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Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 13, 1976
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Kenneth Doherty (Left) Is Inducted Into Track Hall of Fame He Receives Certificate From Dr. Don Cohen (Center) and Frank Dolson HALL OF Former Miler Joie Ray? 82, Runs to Podium When Called By Danny Wells It was hot and humid during Saturday morning's induction ceremonies for 10 new members of the National Track and Field Hall of Fame on the state capitol grounds. .And for that reason, Robert Ray held an umbrella over his brother Joie's head to shield him from the hot sun as they sat at the main table on the capitol steps. Joie Ray earned his way into the Track Hall of Fame in the years 1915 through 1925 when he was America's predominant miler. Ray is 82 years old and may not be up to sitting in the heat for long spells. Thus the assist with the umbrella from his brother. But when his name was called after an テつキintroduction which cited all his accomplishments, Joie Ray RAN to the podium. It was one of many great and touching moments during one of the most impor- . tant days in the lives of the eight new hall of famers who were present and the families and friends of the two who are dead. DriE BECKMANN*tiie first athlete to be introduced, probably spoke for all the inductees when she said: "I feel like a young Joie Ray Touching Moment athlete with butterflies in my stomach." One of the most interesting talks was By Paul Wallace McCartney to Plav in Coaches' Game Charleston's Ron McCartney and two former West Virginia University football players will play for the East in Saturday's 16th annual Coaches All- America Game at 9 p.m. in Lubbock. Tex. McCartney was a star for Stonewall Jackson High School before playing his college ball at the University of Tennessee. He was recently drafted by the Los Angeles Rams. He will wear No. 57 and play defensive end. The two former Mountaineers are defensive back Charles Braswell and center Al Gluchoski. Braswell. who will wear No. 30, and Cluchoski, who will have No. 52. were two of W V U ' s main cogs in the Peach Bowl victory this past season. Frank Kush of Arizona State will coach the West squad. Navy's George Welsh will pilot the East team. McCartney Gluchoski given by Dr. J. Kenneth Doherty. an articulate man of 71 who has given his entire life to track and field as an athlete, coach, meet director and author. During a convincing lecture on the attributes of track and field. Doherty took issue with one of the best known quotes in sports which is credited to famed Green Bay Packer coach Vince Lombardi: "Winning isn't everything, it's the only thing." "Nonsense," said Doherty. "In track and field, personal development is more important than winning. Winning is not the end at all. It is a means to the development of the individual." Later in the morning, Forrest Towns, who gained Hall of Fame status as a hurdler in the 30s, disagreed with Doherty about the importance of winning, saying it nearly was the only thing. Which indicates the truth of Lombardi's quote wasn't settled Saturday and probably won't ever be. Doherty also noted that with the increasing violence in sports, track and field is "inherently nonviolent." He closed with this statement: "The real worth of any man is best judged by the degree of his adherence to rules that cannot be enforced." K E N N Y MOORE, a distance r u n n e r who writes for Sports Illustrated, gave an unemotional, yet touching talk about his friend Steve Prefontaine. lie hold e i g h t A m e r i c a n distance records when he was killed in a car wreck in 1975. "Ho touched us. infuriated us and challenged us." said Moore of "Pre." Steve's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Prefontaine, came from Oregon to attend the weekend ceremonies. Bob Hayes, who gained fame both as a sprinter and a professional football player, called his induction "an event I will cherish the rest of my life. If I could really tell you how I feel. 1 would be here all day." Other now members to the Hall of Fame who were present included Billy Mills. Hays Jones and Mae Faggs Starr. Another hall of famer. Charles Paddock, was killed in the World War II. He was represented at Saturday's induction by his two sons. Charles Paddock. ,Ir.. and Prisk Paddock M i k e Kniczck of Boston College and Parnell Dickinson of Mississippi Valley will be the East quarterbacks. The University of New Mexico's Steve Myer. the nation's third ranked passer last year, will be the West quarterback. Kemper, Open, World Tennis Match Slated Today The f i n a l round of the Kemper Open from Quail Hollow Country Club in Charlotte. N.C.. will be the big show on the tube today. That's at 4:30 on Channel 8. A doubles match, featuring four of the world's best men tennis players, is planned for 4:30 on Channel 13. Arthur Ashe and Hie Nastase team to play Rod Laver and Bjorn Borg in the World Invitational Tennis Classic. Two shows are set that have Film clips of old NFL games. Channel 8 will have clips from NFL Championship Games at 1:30 today. Channel 13 has a show called NFL Action, on at 3 today. Channel 8 will also bring back the sports quiz show. Sports Challenge, at 6 p.m. Sportsman's Friend will be on at 1:30 on Channel 13 today. Channel 13 and ABC will bring us the Cincinnati and Chicago game at 8:30 Monday on Monday Night Baseball. Friday is a big day for Channel 13 beginning at 9 p.m. with Olympic Visions, the Friday Night Movie. The movie will feature athletes on and off the field in the 1972 Olympics as seen by five internationally famous movie directors. Also Friday, Channel 13 will have early- round action of the U.S.. Open Golf Tournament from the Atlanta Athletic Club. On the same show. ABC will have film from the personal l i b r a r y of the late Bobby Jones. TORONTO i APi - Defending champion JoAnne Carner fired a two-under-par 70 Saturday to move into a three-way tie for the lead after the second round of a $60.000 Ladies Professional Golf Association tournament. Tied for the lead are Judy Rankin. leading money winner on the LPGA tour this season, and Jane Blalock. winless this season. They also shot 70s on the 6.095-yard Cellar Brae Golf and Country Club course. Jj'io Jjdy Jon S PJ1 Bradley Jo inn Prentice D.TII-.T Copcni You'll Carol V.inn Gerd.1 Soytin Marfleli Wikiin Be!!! Stone Jitfv ; nir.i!l LCu'i- Bruce S.v::.M Pest 72-70-142 72-70-142 72'70-U! 73-70-143 72-71-143 73-7!-144 70-74-144 71-73-144 72-73-145 72-73-145 73-70- US 75-70-145 73-72-145 72-73-145 74-72-146 74-72-146 75-72- 14? 74-T3-U7 73-74-147 72-75-147 Third Round of U.S. Open Scheduled Saturday Jolmcock Earns The third round of the prestigious U.S. Open steals the limelight from the rest of Saturday's afternoon shows beginning at 4:30 on Channel 13. Channel 3 will have the Greatest Sports Legends at 1:30 and either the Cincinnati- Philadelphia or Los Angeles-Montreal game on the Game of the Week at 2 p.m. Channel 8's lone show is CBS Sports Spectacular at 4:30. Channel 13 will start things with the Roland Marti!) Fishing Show at 2 JO. ABC's Wide Worldaf Soprts, featuringfie finals of the NCAA lacrosse, CT { international diving championships and U.S. Open reports, conies on at 3. ABC has been awarded the rights for the 1980 Winter Olympic Games at Lake Placid. N.Y., the Associated Press reported Friday. In a wire to ABC, the International Olympic Committee said its decision had been made after the IOC financing committee "had given ample opportunity to the other American networks to niake an offer." Pole for Race M I L W A U K E E ( A P ) - Gordon Johncock and Mike Mosley turned in identical qualifying speeds Saturday, but Johncock earned the pole position for Sunday's 27th annual Rex Mays 150-rnile race for Indianapolis cars. Johncock, the 1973 Indianapolis 500 winner, was awarded the pole by virtue of having made his qualifying run at 127.660 miles an hour before Moslty did it. WVU Cagers to Play 11 Games in New Loop MORGANTOWN-West Virginia University will begin competition in the new eight-team Eastern. Intercollegiate Basketball League (EIBL) this year by playing 11 of its 26 games against league oppo- n e n t s , a c c o r d i n g t o W V U A t h l e t i c Director Leland Byrd. Dr. Byrd. who is also president of the EIBL. has announced that the Mountaineers may meet four league members twice--Duquesne, Pitt, Penn State, and Massachussetts. WVU will travel to play two other league members once during the year--Villanova and George Washington. West Virginia plays host to EIBL member Rutgers in the schools' only regular sea- U.S. Cagers Make Promising Debut CHAPEL HILL. N.C. (AP) - The United State Olympic basketball team made a p r o m i s i n g debut S a t u r d a y n i g h t in a scrimmage against the Spanish national team. Although no official score was kept, the Americans compiled a 111-86 advantage in th first 40 minutes of the 55-rninute drill. Coach Dean Smith used all !5 players on the squad, and all of them contributed to the scoring. A d r i a n Dantley of Notre Dame. Scott May of Indiana and Steve Sheppard of Maryland were among the scoring leaders and North Carolina's Phil Ford was the outstanding playmaker. After less than a week of practice. Smith had apparently succeeded in instilling his style of play. Players who normally shoot 20 times a game for their college learns were passing up shots to feed their teammates. son encounter. In all. West Virginia will play 12 home games, one in Charleston, nine away, and four more in tournaments. The 1976-77 home card begins on December 1 with Virginia Tech and later features six weekend games, including a January 29 event with Duke and a February 19 clash with Notre Dame. WVU's annual Charleston game matches the Mountaineers against William Mary on Monday, Feb. 7. West Virginia opens its season in the f'iall of Fame Tournament in Springfield. Mass., on Nov. 26-27 along with Harvard. Syracuse, and Massachusetts. The Mountaineers will also compete in the famed Kentucky Invitational along with Bowling Green. U t a h , and the host W i l d c a t s on Dec. 17-18. Members of the EIBL will meet again in post season tournament scheduled for early March. 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