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2D -June 13, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail - --Cria'lesfori. v.esi Virginia Angel Gives Ump the Devil '·: Jerry Remy of the California Angels stomps and argue J with · umpire Jim Evans Saturday after being called out on a steal attempt ; in the first inning. Umpire Evans signals that Remy is being thrown ' out of the game at Detroit. (APWirephotoi Jones Learns Golf Has No Shortcuts .CHARLOTTE, N.C. ( A P ) - It has taken several years, but Grier Jones said he has learned that "golf is the kind of game in which there are no shortcuts. · "The only shortcut is the practice and work." ' Two years of hard work, while in the grips of a deep, dismal slump, paid off Saturday when Jones one-putted 12 times on his way to a 65 that staked him to a one- stroke lead in the $250,000 Kemper Open. "It's a funny game," Jones said. "You gel a couple of three unders and you're just playing along and the birdies start to come. I got some good breaks and everything was going good." Jones then recalled his struggles of the last two years. "Mostly it was a learning process," ho said. "When I came out on the tour I didn't know much about the golf s w i n g . I got where I did by natural talent and desire. I could hit it straight but I didn't know why I hit it s t r a i g h t Then when something went wrong I didn't know what to do. . "It's been a lot of work and learning, but now if something goes wrong, I have an idea how to correct it." But that doesn't mean he's counting on the victory. "If I play well and swing well, I'll win. If I don't play well, I won't win. I hope to win. But if I don't, I'll get over it. I'll just go on to Atlanta and start practicing for the U.S. Open." A six-foot putt for birdie--his third in a row--that hung for several anxious, tantalizing seconds on lip of the cup on the l l t h hole before finally dropping. It made the difference in his three-round total of 20ij and the 206 composed by chipper Joe Inman. · Jones--a former n a t i o n a l collegiate champion, the 1969 rookie of the year and winner of two titles in 1972 but a slump- ridden struggler since 1974--stood still in his tracks for a few seconds when his birdie putt on the llth came to rest, hanging on the rim of the hole. He took two strides forward to tap it in, and the ball fell. "That's what the hole is there f o r , " Jones grinned later. His seven-under-par effort, the best of the hot, humid, hazy day. gave him an 11-under-par .total after 54 holes over the 7,160-yard Q u a i l Hollow Country Club course. Grier Jones Joe Inman Mark Hayes Tom Weiskopl Tom Purtzer Charles Coody ton Hinkle J C Snead Bob Murphy Lou Graham Jim Dent Roger Maltbie Don Dies Gory Koch Terry Dichl Jerry Hoard Bob Dickson Forrest Fezler Bob Wynn John Mahaffey Mike Hill Gary Groh Peter Oosternuis Mason Rudolph Homero BUincas Ray Floyd Jerry McGee Larry Zicqler Al Geit:erger Dan S.kes Wally Armstrong Bruce Lietzke Tom Kite Gibhy Gilbert Jack Ewing David Graham Dennie Meyer Perry Leslie Gay Brewer Rex Caldwcll Tcrrance Dill Grey Powers Tommy Aaron Dale Hayes Dave Hill Randv Erskme Ocb Lunn Eddie Prarcc Jim Simons Frank Cor.rlCT Di'n January Geo'tic Cadle Marion Heck Gil Morgan Dick Lot: George K mid son Jim Masscric Arnold Palmer Tom Jenkins Mike ' Morlcy Art Wall Johnny Jaccbs Gene Littler Randy Glover Rod Ftmicth Nate Starks Billy C.lsDer Andy North Allen Miller Steve Verin'o Bruce Fleisher Dill Rogers Steve Melnyk Bruce Devlin 71-69-45-205 70-69-67-204 69-69-69-207 71-70-67-208 68-68-73-209 68-70-71 -209 65-7J-70-209 67-73-69-209 74-67-68-209 70-71-68-209 68-6B-7J-2IO 70-69-71-210 68-74-68-210 72-70-69-2I1 71-72-68-211 71-74-66-211 70-75-66-211 69-72-70-211 71-70-70-211 48-72-71-211 73-67-71-211 69-69-74-212 72-69-71-212 44-73-73-212 72-67-73-212 73-67-72-212 72-69-71-212 74-67-71-212 71-49-73-213 71-70-72-213 70-73-70-213 73-72-68-213 70-71-73-214 70-71-73-214 70-74-70- 214 72-72-70-214 72-72-70-214 74-70-70-214 73-72-69-214 68-73-73-214 72-70-72-214 72-71-72-215 73-70-72-215 74-71-70-215 73-70-73-216 76-68-72-21 71-73-72-216 7071-75-216 70-71-76-217 73-70-74-217 72-70-75-217 71-73-73-217 72-72-73-217 73-72-72-217 72-72-73-217 75-70-72-217 70-74-74-218 74-70-74-218 71-72-75-218 74-70-74-218 71-74-73-218 75-70-74-219 73-72-74-219 69-76-74-219 75-70-74-219 73-72-74-219 73-72-74-219 70-75-74-21? 73-72-74-219 71-73-76-720 74-71-75-220 73-72-75-220 74-71-76-221 71-73-81-225 French Driver Haller Killed in Crash; Two Porsche Cars Lead Le Mans Race LE MANS, France ( A P - The Le Mans 24-hour auto race passed the h a l f w a y mark Sunday with two turbocharged Porsche 936's still holding tightly to first and second places. Eighteen of the 55 starters dropped out since the endurance contest began at noon Saturday, including all the American entries and a French Alpine Turbo which set the fastest lap times and was among the top three cars for much of the time. The race was also marred by the fiery death of French driver Andre Haller. The Alpine held the lead at first, but dropped out with a broken piston. The first-place Porsche was driven by Belgian Jacky Ickx and Dutchman Gijs Van Lennep. In second was the Porsche of Reinhold Just and Jurgen Barth of West Germany. The Renault, driven by JeanPierre Ja- bouille and Patrick Tambay. entered the pits about 7 p.m., EOT, Saturday with what was first described as gasket trouble. It never returned to the race. Two Mirages, meanwhile, moved up to third and fourth spots with Frenchmen JeanLouis LaFosse and Francois Migault leading Derek Bell of Britain and Vern Schuppen of Australia. Ball of Flame Haller was killed when his Datsun slid across the long back straightaway, plowed into yards of guard rail and exploded in a ball of flame. He died in a hospital shortly afterwards. Haller, who owned a beerhall in Strasbourg. France, was in his second Le Mans race. He had been sharing the driving with Frenchmen Claude Buchet and Luc Favresse. Mallett, Young Lead Dunbar To 6-3 Win Jerry Mallett hit a two-run homer and J e f f Young won his third game in four tries to lead Dunbar to a 6-3 victory over Cross Lanes Saturday at Dunbar in Big League action. In other Big League games, David Tale scattered four hits to lead Fas Chek to a 12-5 victory over host Ml. State. Jeff Ehman and Robby Johnson collected two hits each as FOP trimmed Elk District 3-1 at Elk District. In Senior Babe Ruth action, South Charleston's JAM's Kyle Key hurled a one-hitter a n d . with the 16-hit backing by his teammates, beat host Hurricane Gravel- Putnam 16-0 in five innings. South Charleston Garage edged visiting St. Albans Loro- bi's 3-1. Key fanned 11 batters and Tim Perry banged three hits for IAM. South Charleston IAM J23 81--14 IS 0 Hurricane Gravel-Putnam 000 00--0 1 3 K y l e Key nnd John W i t h r o w , MiKo Snodgrass ( 5 ) ; Grant, Gobel Id), Barley 14) and Meeks; S.C. lAM-Jolm Withrow 2-J inc. homer, JeM Pickering 2-4 inc. homer, Robert Sylvester 2-3 inc. triple. Tim Perry 3-4 inc. double, Steve Jones 2-3 inc. homer. Bill Withrow homer. St. Albans Lorobi's 001 000 0-1 3 1 S.C. Garage 001 110 x--3 7 1 Noal and Adams; P. Polcari, D. Polcari, D. Polcari (5) and Wall; Hitting: S.A.-Kceler 1-2; S.C. -- Parkins 2-3, J Miller triple, S. Miller 1-2. Dig League FOP 000 201 0-3 t 1 Elk District 010 000 0-1 S 1 Ehman, Gilllsple (4), Beane (7) and Feazell; Burdette and R. Scott; Hitting: FOP-Johnson 2-3, Ehman 2-3; Elk--Burdette 2-3 inc. double, Douglas two doubles Cross Lanes 010 JOO 0-3 1 3 Dunbar 110 330 x-6 6 I Flanagan and Henson; Young and Mallett; Hitting: Cross Lanes--Flanagan 2-4 inc. triple. Surface 2-3, Cook double, Myers double, Henson double; Dunbar--Chambers double; Pruden 2-3, Mallott 2-run homer. Fas Che.k 301 205 1 12 9-3 Ml. State 100 102 1 5 4-6 Tate and Orlandr; Kitchen, Hudnall ( 4 ) , Bledsoe (7) nncj Minifies. Hudnall (7), King (71. Hitting: Fas Chek -Marsh 2-3 inc. double, Snodgrass 2-3 inc. double. Green triple, Mt. State --Hudnall double, O'Neal double Big League Eastern Division Team W L Team W Ctios Northeast 6 Charleston Central....? Fas Chek 5 0 Upper Kan. Valley....! 0 Kan. Central 2 Kanawha-Boone I 3 Mt State 0 Fastest Field At Riverside RIVERSIDE. Calif. (AP) - The fastest field of drivers ever assembled for a stock car race at Riverside International Raceway will compete Sunday in the inaugural metric distance NASCAR Grand National race, the $124.925 Riverside 400. The speed ranges from David Pearson's record-setting 11!.437 miles per hour qualifying lap recorded Friday to the 103.656 m.p.h. speed set by the 35th fastest driver Saturday, Bill Polich. Average speed for the field is 106.608 m.p.h. Hall of Fame Track Summary High schoolboys 120high hurdles. 1. Garnett Edwards, Welch (139, meet record). 2, Bob Pnil'ips. Cameron, N C !U 3); 3. Mike Renlro. Parkersburg (14.9): 4, Rnn- dyMcCleao, Parkersburg (14.9); 5. Jim Knight. Ravenswood (14.9), 6, Garcia Chavis, Greensboro, N.C. (20.1) High school girls 880 run; 1, Mary Rawo, Camp Hill, Pa (2'26 3); 2, Janet Basslord, Hunlington East (2:34 5) High school boys 880run: 1, JohnDotson. (1:56.3, meet record) 2, Tim Koon, Fairmont West (1:57.31); 3. Steve Carnohan, Huntington (1:57 7); 4. Tim Nichols. Parkersburg South (1:58); 5, Paul Davis, Cleveland (1.58 1); 6, Dave Esklns, Durham, N.C. (2.00) ' invitational 880 run: 1, Andy Johnson, Michigan ( 1 - 4 9 5 meet record): 2, Phil Barker, Furman (1:53.4); 3 Wayne Wise, Soringlield. Mass. (1:54 41; 4. JohnCav- Is U S Army ( 1 : 5 4 . 2 ) ; 5, Dave Williams, Michigan ( 1 - 5 8 ) ; 6. Larry Krichko, Allegheny Junior College ( 1 : 5 8 4 ) High school girls 2M dash: 1, Lynn Maxwell, P.iducah Tilghman, Ky. (25.3. meet record); 2, Cindy Sneiton, Du- Ponl ( 2 6 2 ) , 3, Delores Easten, West Charlotte, N.C. (213); 4, Frances Clark, Paducah Tilghman, Ky. (27); i. Robin Bennett, Buckhannon-upshur (27.3); Nancy Phillips, Herbert Hoover (28.6) High school boys 220dash: 1, Otis Melvin, Fayettoville, NX (21 3. meet record); 2, William Joyncr, New Bern, N C (21 9); 3, Davis (22); 4, Brad Batten, St. Albans (22.1); 5. Danny Youngblood (22.2); 6, Mike Ahwash, Charleston (22.8) - Invitational 220 dash: I, Mike Tyson, Charleston (21, meet record); 2, Mike Shine, Penn State (21.1); 3, Calvin Alston, East Carolina (21.3); t. Anderson (22.1); 5, Keith Amos, West Virginia University (22.4); 6, Hamll Grimes, Kentucky Slate (23.1) ·'Masters mile I. Paul Bowman, Kanawha Valley Road Runners, -58.1, meet record); 2, Jorry Jones. Char- lOltesvll/e, Va. Track Club (4:58.8); 3, Al Anson, Kana- wM Valley Road Runners (5:068); 4, Bryant Bowman, Ksndwha Valley Road Runners (5:16.4); 5, Echols Hans- ·Barger, Kanawha Valley Road Runners 5:l«.);«. Bob FrtiKvell, Ksnawha Valley Road Runners (5:22.8) · High school boys shuttle hurdle rflsy: 1, DuPont (Jeff ·Brownlow, Jose Thompson, Malcolm Mar n, Kevin Me- DWWI, 55.4, rwct record); 2, Co urnhuj W«r-'{U.»), 3, flecKlcy (57.J*. Parkcrsburs («·":·») ?""'»·» High icfcolMrlt 40 relay: ), Clnclnn.. .Woodale 'Michelle G»|Whcr, Oarlene Suggs, KaiiAGillam, ·bblc DiaeW"".! mel!l rKord; } ' P "" a ' 1 Tl 8h ' man Ky. 1 4 9 7 ) ; 3. Bryan Station. K y (50.2), 4, Boyd County Ky (50 2). 5, DunMr (52.9): 6. Herberl Hoover 1 5 2 9 1 High school boys mile run: 1, Dave Felice. State College Area, Pa. (4 22.4). meet record); 1. Dave Bowman, DuvalU 23 9) 3. BillPosey, SI Albans 14:28 6), 4, Dave Goodrich, Columbus West (4 31 91. 5. Mai Jones, unal- (ached (4:39.1) I n v i t a t i o n a l shot p u t - 1, Tom Anderson. Maryland (59); 2 John Stov.ird, Chicago TracK Club (55-8'); 3, Phil Gregory, West Virginia University (50-10); 4, Chuck Mocney, west Virginia University (49-1); Cecil Ward, Kentucky Bluegrass Track Club (45-3) High school boys shot put: 1. Howard .Stuart, Glasgow, Ky 160-1 '·:). meet record); 2. John Leon, Brooke 154-10); · 3, Jackie Potter. St. Albans (54-6 3 ' 4 ) ; 4. Mike Miller, Scuth Charleston (53-2-ii) Invitational long jump: 1. Neville Sinclair, Maryland (23-6 1 .-:. meet record); 2. John Davenport, Maryland 123-1); 3 Billy Etcheson. East Carolina (22-7 1 i); 4, Ken Brauman, Florida Track Club (22-2 3'4); 5, George Jackson, East Carolina (2M"3): 6, Terry Creamer, West Virginia University (21-9) Invitational women's 440 dash: 1, Dawn woodrltt, Euclid, Ohio, (59.5. meet record); 2, Cindy Shelton. DuPont (60 5); 3, Polly Ruckncr, Soyd County, Ky. (60.8),,4, Sandy Smith, Duke university (62 9); 5, Stephanie Austin, · Marshall University (64.1) Invitational mile run- 1, Jim Peterson, Georgetown Unlv ( 4 - 1 1 . 4 ) : 2. JimViliella, West Virginia University (4:14.4); 3, Joe Tinius, western Kentucky (4:19.7); 4, Rick Horton, Malonc, Ohio Track Club (4:28.7) High school girls high jump: 1, Michelle Langan, South Nuckingburg, N. C (5-4, meet record); 2, Deborah Williams, Bryan Station, Ky. (5-4); 3. Mary Chewing, Harrisburg, Pa. (5-2), 4, Kelly Barbour, Barboursville (5-2)5, lie Becky Swiney, Herbert Hoover, and Sandy Doug- lasi Parkersburg South (5-0). High school boys 440 dash: 1, Steve Davis, John Adams. Ohio (49.6); 2, Jeff Miller, Ravenswood (50.5); 3, June Marlin, Greensboro, N.C. (51.1); 4, Greg Cobb, Nltro (515); 5, Danny Bogelbach, George Washington (SD.ai Invitational nolc vault: I. Harry Wooddcli. Morchacad Slate 114*).- ], Clifford Miller, West Liberty (14-6) InvJlallwial 'M d'Sl: '· Mik « T vson. Charleston (9.4, mcel record); 7, Carter Suggs, Eatt Caroll?f'j'9.5!; 3, Mel Aveinathy, Kentucky Slate (9.4); 4, K» i Amos. -West Virginia University (10); 5, Herb Flower. West 'Liberty (10); 6, Hobert Phillips, Northfork, ;f.'-2) With this weekend s endurance contest one-third over, two Mirages were running a steady fourth and fifth. Jean-Louis Lafosse and Francois Migault of France led Derek Bell of Britain and Vern Schuppen of Australia. Last year's winning cars, the British Mirages entered by Harley Cluxton of Phoenix, Ariz., were running steadily clinging to a meticulously organized plan. Cluxton said before the race lie was "totally confident" one of the ears would win. a view- shared by many experts here. In sixth was the Lola of Britons Alain de Cadenet and Chris Craft, who were running third over-all here two years ago before an accident eliminated them. Then came the closed Porsche Carrera Turbo of German Rolf Stommelen and M a n f r e d Schurti of Liechtenstein. For the first time in its history, the race was open to NACAR stackers and IMSA cars, but they did not fare well. The Dodge Charger of Hershel McGriff, Bridal Veil. Ore., lasted only 30 minutes before the engine blew, Mike Keyser's IMSA Chevrolet Monza went out with a broken drive shaft a few minutes later and Junior Donleavy's Ford Torino was only limping along. The second Chevy, of Chicagoan Mike Keyser. abandoned the race after 90 minutes with a broken drive shaft. John Greenwood of Troy. Mich., ran as high as eighth overall before two tires blew on the left side, crumpling the rear suspension. It limped into the pits and the damage was repaired before the team found the rubber fuel tank had disintegrated. McGriff's fuel tank would not fit the car and Greenwood's "Spirit of Le Mans 76" was wheeled awav. management Opportunity Bright of America is looking for a National Sales Manager to hire and work with reps, distributors, and key accounts, Excellent salary, incentive, and fringes. Send resume or letter along with salary history to Bright of America, Personnel Office, Summersville, W.Va. 26651. HiQfi School boys 100 dash: 1, Otis Molvin, North Carolina 1 9 5 meet record); 2. William JOync-r. New Bern, N C 19.SJ: 3. Sari Batten, it. AlDans (9.9); 4, Kelvir H.iflcn. Bluclield (9.9): 5, Rov Hairston. Cleveland (10) High Schoolgirls lOOdasn: I, Lynn Maxwell. Puducah Tilghman. Ky. (109. meet record); 2, Kathy Goldstein, Parkersburg (11 3). 3. Angela Gay, Bryan Station, Ky. ill J , J, Frances Clark, Puducah TilghTian. Ky. (11.6); .S. Sandy Wellman, Boyd County, Ky. (M.S) Future Olympics boys 60 dash- I, Randy Allen (7.4, meet record); 2, Gary Patten (7 7); 3. Roger Townsend ( 7 7 ) , -1. Brent Walker ( S ) ; 5. Antonine Reed (8); 6, Troy Nelson ( 8 1 ! Future Olympics girls 60 flash: I, Dionne Wilson (7.6, meet record); 2, Duriecf Robinson 17.81; 3, Jerri Moore (7.9); 4, Johnctla Ford ( 7 9 ) ; 5, Stephanie Burroughs ( 8 ) ; 6. Paula Estep (8) . invitationaU40 dash: 1, Mike Shine, Penn Stale (47.1, meet record); 2, Randy Williams. Kentucky State (48.2); 3. joe Wiggins. Eastern Kentucky (48.7); 4, Charles Mos- ei, East Carolina (49). 5, Bruce Hollman, West Virginia University ( 4 9 6 ) ; 6 Bryan Robinson Eastern Kentucky ( 5 1 8 ) High school girls 110 low hurdles: 1. Stella Johnson, West Charlotte, N. C.1N.4, meet record); 5.. Katny Goldstein, Parkersburg (14 5); 3, Theresa Logan, Bryan Station, Ky. (14.7); 4, Cencille Oabbs. DuPont (15.1); 5, Cindy Boggs, Puducah Tilghman, Ky. ( I S . 9 ) ; d, Teresa Pipes, Herbert Hoover (16.1) Invitational high jump: I, Charles Ourant, Western Kentucky 17-0',*, meet record); 2, John Tierce, Virginia Tech(6-10); 3, Amarway Campbell, Beckley (6-8); 4, Lee Schuler, North Carolina (6-8); 5, kirk Halrston, Martinsburg (6-6); 6, Chuck Roberts, Dunbar (6-2) invitational miracie mile; 1, Wilson Walgwa, Texas E Paso !3'58 3, meet record), 2, Steve Foster. Florida Track Club (3:59.9); 3, Jell Jirelc, Illinois (4:00.8); 4, Reggie Macafee, unattached (4.01.1); 5, Tom Dulls, Western Michigan (4:04.7); 6, Steve Lacy (4:04.8) High school boys two mile: 1, EricHolmboc(9:47.8); J, Brad Bulla, Greensboro. N.C. (10:14) Invitational two mile run: 1, Paul Stemmec. Penn State (8'519); 2, Alex Kasictv West Virginia University (».24 5); S'cvo Lacy, Wisconsin (9:25.2) Invitational girls 880 relay: !, Eastern Kentucky d-46.7. meet record); 2, DoPonl High School/1:S) invitational mile relay: I, Keri'ucky Slat (3:10.4, meet record); 2, Eastern Kor.rucky (3:16.7fce'. John Adams High School. Cleveland (3-l«.l) ' Automotive values. ROAD GRAPPLER ON SALE THRU JUNE22. BIG SELECTION USED TIRES when you buy 1st steel- belted Road Grappler at reg. price plus F.E.T. ea. and trade-in tires. ROAD GRAPPLER ·miELESS ft'IIITKW.M.1. SI/E A78-13 C78-14 E78-14 F78-14 G78-14 H78-14 G78-15 H78-15 L78-15 ItECL'LAII I ' K I C K K.U'ir $40 843 S47 S50 S53 S57 S55 860 S64 SAI.K I'HIC'K J.M) run: S 16 $ 21 S 19 S 22 S 23 S 23 $ 25 $ 28 S 32 I'l.l'S K.K.T. E A C H 1.86 2.12 2.41 2.56 2.71 2.93 2.79 2.99 3.31 V. i r i l ' I K M l l - !\ i ! l f i FREE MOUNTING SUPREME RETREADS ANY 13"- '13 1-1". 14 15"- 45 F A C T O K Y U . K A H A N C K S T K K I . T K A C K I I K I . 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