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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
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3D -June 13, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston. Vieil Virginia Red Wings Killed Charlies? Give the Charleston Charlies a split in the 10 games t h e y have played w i t h the Rochester Red Wings, instead of their 1-9 losing record, and they might be right up there in the International League race - or at least a lot better otf than they are right now. I t ' s sad to reflect on the nine games Joe A l t o b e l l i ' s team won from the Charlies- no less than five of t h e m b y o n e r u n m a r g i n s . N o o n e could ever believe the tough luck Mana g e r T i m M u r - taugh's gang has end u r e d i n t h o s e g a m e s w i t h t h e W i n g s -- t w o o f which went into extra i n n i n g s . . . Hartman Speaking of the Charlies, their last game in Rochester, in which they lost 9-8 in 14 innings, won't soon be forgotten. Not only was the start of their long bus ride from the New York citv delaved until after mid- night, but they had to nurse that s t i n g i n g defeat -- a game which they literally handed to the Wings on a silver "platter - all the way home but the bus broke down on the Southside Expressway, about a mile from the ball park, at 9 a.m. and the players were not in any mood to take their problems lightly. Trainer Red Hartman. looking like the last man on the moon, took charge of the bus until help came from Greyhound. Red is finding out that there are many extra duties demanded of a minor league trainer these days. And it's not the easiest job in the world, especially w h e n the t e a m is l o s i n g . . . "Seems this 'senior citizen' business may be okay," w r i t e s Ed Shockey, who retired from his job as assistant a t h l e t i c d i r e c t o r at West Virginia U. last month. He sent out thank-you notes to all the folks who came to Morgantown to pay him honor at a testimonial dinner May 24 at which time he and retiring ticket manager Tom Grayson were honored . . . Property Owners Still Bucking Marshall The Shank brothers -- Dick and Joe -- who run a tire service on the property next to Marshall U., where it has been proposed that a new $10 million field house be built -- say they're not about to surrender their land to the project. It will take a court order to get it, they say, although admitting that they are strong Marshall supporters. And M.U. isn't getting too much sympathy from the Board of Regents. Chancellor Ben Morton said he was flabbergasted when he learned that it would cost a million bucks to operate the elaborate air conditioning system called for in the plans. Amos Bolen, a Hunting- Ionian who is a member of the board, agreed with the Shank brothers that they shouldn't give up their land and suggested that a new field house in that area would wipe out the 20th Street business section. And so it goes. Not many people are looking favorably upon building anything these days, it seems, which doesn't paint a rosy picture for the proposed Kanawha County school board bond issue coming up in November . .. Speaking of Marshall reminds that one of the recruits Coach Bob Daniels has signed is the son of a Brooklyn, N.Y., cab driver. He's 6-4 Greg Young, one of a family of 12 children, who is coming as a junior college transfer . . . If both Joedy Gardner of WVU and Daniels say there is no good basketball talent in W. Va. high schools, why is it that DuPont's Will Johnson and Oak Hill's David Jasper are getting such high praise for their performances last season . . . Reds on TV Next Two Monday Wights The Cincinnati Reds are getting to be regulars on M o n d a y n i g h t T e e - V e e , h a v i n g b e e n b o o k e d f o r A B C ' s g a m e s o n both June 14 and 21. against the Cubs and Dodgers, respect i v e l y . A n d t h e y have agreed to start their games a h a l f h o u r l a t e r ( 3 : 3 5 p.m.) to accommodate the boob-tubers . . . Jerome Anderson, who was a member of the NBA champion Boston Celtics this past season, will be home in M u l l e n s next week to instruct at a Mullens basketball clinic, starting on June 21. Jerome, f o r m e r WVU s t a r , didn't make the scene very often for the Celtics, but will share in the playoff loot, just like all the other p l a y e r s . Way to go. Jerome . . . the Civic Center's s u m m e r ice skating instructional period begin Monday and pro Vicky Fauver will Fauver welcome skaters of all ages to the C.C. arena. The sessions will run to July 31 and will provide valuable instructions for everyone interested in improving their talents on the ice ... Everyone was proud of Carl H a m i l l . Jr.'. son of the f o r m e r Weirton High School coach. Carl Hamill. Sr.. for the way he handled t h e N C A A Division I I I baseball games recently. He was one of the u m p i r e s in the "World Series', there. Carl once coached basketball at South Point, 0.. but is now a principal at Strasburg. 0. His father is a member of the W. Va. Sports Writers' Hall of Fame and is now 'in retirement . . . George "Duke" H e n s h a w . who went to Florida State as an assistant on new coach Bobby Bowden's staff, sends regards. "Even though I am a thousand miles away. I'll always consider myself a 'Mountaineer.' " he writes after spending several years there as player and coach. Good luck. Duke . . LYTHAM. England ( A P i -- Beth Daniel, the American women's amateur golf champion, led the United States to its ninth straight victory over Britain in the Curtis Cup Saturday. The Americans won by H ' z B ' z . Since the Curtis Cup was inaugurated in 1932. the United States has won it 15 times and Britain only twice, with two matches ending in ties. Miss Daniel. 19. of Chariestown, S.C.. was the only player in the two-day, match- play event to play in four matches and win them all-two foursomes and two singles. She holed a putt from eight feet to finish off a 3 and 2 win Saturday over Dinah Henson, one of Britain's most experienced Curtis Cuppers, and made victory certain for the United States. That gave the Americans 9*2 points, which meant they could not be caught. The event started in steady rain Friday morning but finished in sunshine on the 6.109- yard, par 36-39-75 Royal Lytham and St' Annes course. The U.S. team won two foursomes and lost one Saturday morning. When the final series of six singles started in the afternoon, the British needed to win all of them to take the Cup. They managed to win three. Miss Daniel, playing in the fist match, soon showed the 7.000 spectators that the British would not win. She won the first two holes in par figures, and was never challenged. The American was three strokes over par at the turn bo: two holes up. and she won the lOJh ancwvent three up. Miss Henson pulled one back at the 13th. but the slim American girl virtually settled the argument with a birdie four on the 428-yard 14th. She was on the edge of the green in two and down in two putts. That made her three up again, and she halved the next two holes to win the match. Barbara Mdntire. the U.S. nonpiaying captain from Colorado Springs, Colo., had warm praise for Miss Daniel. "It was a great performance (or a girl of her age. to come to Britain for the first time and go out first in all four series of matches, foursomes and singles, and play as well as she did." Miss Mdntire said. Donna Horton. Jacksonville, F l a . . crushed Suzanne Cadden 6 and 5. and had the best card of the U.S. team in the singles matches-one under par at the turn and two under for the 13- holes played. ain Foursomes Beth Da^.e 1 Cridrlcslor.. S C. ana Cir$1 Hill. Cc-'O'a^o Springs. Colo, Ceat Ar.r Nancy Lose;. os*eli. N V.. arc Barbar,-) Sa.vs* Cr u ;a vi'/a. Cai-!., scat V a r ^ McKeria a.-.fl inn Slan! i ar.d 2 Dinah MC-rio-. aiC T?i;weri Perhirr, Spat Ca'oi Se.xjvt Sc(i.:kiy. _ P a . ar,c Nan'.y Sing!" 3»'. h . Carifi cca' D:rah Henssn i and ' Dttorar-,c/. Bc'r.ichar., Pa . oca! jo^.ny Lee Sr-.'t^. 3 3 r C ? TKWC-I Pcrkir.i tea! C-^ay Hill, 1-up Vary Mc v '.c" r ,a seat Carol Sernpie. i- " j o l i a Crtsrhalgh bear Nancy Sinv 2 0;.r-na Morion. 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