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101) --June 13. 1976 Sunday (/azette-Mail LOCAL SPORTS Complete through gamei of Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM aATTING AB R H H R H B I P c t '.amai C i l / I8SJ 268 533 28 VI 287 "Jf« Y o r k 1305 24J 483 33 2V5 268 Bcitm 167? 223 4J4 47 207 .264 T l x a i 1770 lit 467 31 227 .264 D e t r o i t 1713 205 151 29 1W 263 / / i n n c w ' a 1 7 9 4 2 2 2 4i6 3 0 2 0 8 260 Ovi-lana 1742 205 4« 2i ISi .255 W . l A ^ u ' p e 1624 176 404 23 172 245 ChGiiJO 1740 192 429 29 174 247 O a k l a n d 1891 242 442 37 215 234 C d l i l o m . a 1373 197 426 17 132 223 B a l t i m o r e 175! i ? 9 398 30 161 226 I N D I V I D U A L B A T T I N G 100 or more at bats AB R H H3 RBI Pet 't.rKac KC 202 33 73 3 29 361 l./nn Bdi G Brett KC Qostcck A/.m L"P!ori? Dot Core* A/in Sia.jo wdct P.i!e. KC Hnr'jrove Je Munion IIV B'jnds Cal Cirly Cle B Bell Cle YounT Mil Pmiella flY Chambli',-, Morton Del Money Mil Otis KC Riven MY BeMrajcr Bal Randolph NY Garr Chi Harr.ih Tc Wyneijar Poaueiie K.C R White NY Lemon Cni Fisk Bos north 0,ik Kwdi 0,ik Lerano Mil M u n n i n r j C l e Garner Oak B Downing Gricn Bal "fmy Cat "'« Sos A Johnson D Grieve Tex D Evan; Bos Dent Chi Bochte Cal G Scott Mil Sharp Mil Mayherry Henerick Cle D Thompson J.Spencer Chi Gamble NY Pelrocelli B Yslnemski Randle Tex Hible Win Cowens KC Burleson Bos Burroughs Te Ashby Cle Ford Win Beniqucz Tex Bradford Chi Orla Chi A.Rodriguez Bumbry Bal Randall Min F.White KC Aaron Mil Muser Bal C.Mny NY Braun Min DeCinces Bal D.Duncan Bnl Bando Oak L.May Bal Chnlk Cal Etchebarrcn Snikes Cle Hnncy O;iK RoJackson Cal Sundberg Tex C.Washinijtn Srnalloy Mm P Kelly Chi Baylor Oak P.Garcia Del Sutherland Mi Porter MM McKay Min Cnmpaneris Slnglelon Bal Dully Cle J.Thompson Brohamc-r Chi Kulper Cle Doyle Bos ReJackson Bal G.Nellies NY 8 Williams O Howell Tex L.Stanlon Cal Melton Cal Blair Bal Veryier Del C.Moore Mil R Torres Col B.Robinson B 1 ex '(Y ill Y m C 1 e Chi )et IS C e Tex hi OS Bos s ex i Det 1 il Cal ol X Oak 1 111 Oak 1 Dot il ol 3ak 1 Bal 15! 21V 142 187 201 177 161 178 214 135 169 196 180 136 219 154 191 205 193 187 174 181 181 171 119 207 121 171 213 163 138 215 195 126 149 231 168 176 192 177 196 205 183 115 204 186 128 171 121 125 172 143 204 205 161 206 142 199 179 no 200 197 135 140 153 125 121 121 138 132 III 193 159 183 123 154 III 112 139 211 149 113 213 110 120 148 125 199 176 139 130 121 177 Mu 117 191 158 189 125 182 155 130 101 125 108 22 33 20 28 32 22 30 38 79 29 24 30 22 16 23 21 77 38 35 23 26 19 23 15 12 36 11 31 37 20 16 29 12 18 25 30 26 17 24 22 18 21 20 9 34 27 11 24 15 12 2.1 19 34 27 22 29 15 31 20 15 24 17 22 12 16 6 II 15 14 10 10 26 19 19 6 15 8 16 15 28 19 21 30 13 II 16 7 21 17 12 12 9 14 12 16 25 18 28 6 15 10 10 17 16 4 55 76 47 61 64 56 SO 55 66 57 52 60 55 4! 66 46 57 61 56 54 50 52 52 49 34 59 34 48 59 45 38 59 53 34 40 62 45 47 51 47 52 54 48 30 53 48 33 44 31 32 44 36 51 51 40 51 35 49 44 27 49 47 33 34 37 30 29 29 33 31 26 45 37 42 28 35 25 25 31 47 33 75 47 24 26 32 27 43 38 30 28 26 38 31 24 39 32 38 25 36 30 25 19 23 16 4 2 2 i ! 3 1 3 7 6 3 3 0 2 6 7 8 II 3 0 1 .2 4 6 0 5 I 7 0 5 3 4 2 3 5 0 8 3 7 6 1 0 5 0 6 8 1 4 5 3 ID 1 5 0 4 8 3 9 0 4 6 7 1 0 1 2 D 0 1 3 1 10 9 0 0 0 0 2 1 2 1 3 7 1 0 1 0 0 2 0 4 2 0 0 3 7 6 3 0 3 1 1 3 2 1 19 348 17 347 18 331 17 326 23 318 30 316 2: 311 27 309 37 308 26 308 27 308 17 306 16 306 18 301 40 301 33 299 32 298 38 798 25 .290 13 239 10 287 12 287 24 237 26 287 15 236 25 .285 16 281 22 .281 7 .277 36 276 18 .275 19 .274 30 .272 16 270 15 .268 13 .268 26 .268 20 .267 34 266 20 .266 17 .265 24 .263 28 .262 5 261 37 .260 26 258 10 .256 22 .257 21 .256 17 256 34 .256 15 .252 33 250 29 .249 16 .248 42 .248 23 .246 35 .246 8 .246 14 .245 21 .245 17 .245 5 .244 7 .243 18 242 12 .240 16 .240 II .240 20 239 15 .235 4 .234 32 .233 29 233 13 .230 12 .228 9 .227 5 .225 9 .223 7 .223 20 .223 B 221 15 .221 25 .221 9 .218 7 .217 11 .216 8 .216 12 216 17 216 9 .216 16 .215 II .215 18 .215 12 .212 16 .205 22 .204 24 .203 27 .201 12 .200 27 198 8 194 14 .192 13 188 II .184 6 .148 PITCHING 4 or more decisions Lillcll KC Foucault Ti-x Travori Mil C Carroll Chi Fitlrych Del J Brown Clo Bushcy Cle Garl.irid B,il Kern CIl' Wood Chi Lylc NY Willoiujlibv Bos Gossoije Chi Tjnan',1 C,il P Dobion Cle Brewer C,il WGimpbeli Win UrnbdryiT Tex Leonard KC Bird KC HolUman Bal Miller Del D Alexander Bal D.Roberts Del Pallin KC Tiailt Bos D. Hamilton Chi Blue Oak Dlylcven Tex G Perry Tex Palmer Bal M.Torre* Oak Cleveland Boi Ross Cal Jenkins Bos Sl.lton Mil Hunter NY E: Fiyueroa NY Singer Min R Mdy NY l-it:morris KC Oahnsen Oak Fingers Oak Briles Tex Eckcrsley Cle Todd 0.1H D.E'lis NY Colborn Mil Vuckovicn Chi Hood Cle Grimslcy Bal Forsler Chi Splittorll KC Goltj Min Kirkwood Cal Wise Bos Bare Del BrOMrg Mil Ryan Cal Laxton Del Runic Del Decker Min Coleman Det E. Rodriguez Mil Pole Bos Bibby Cle Deterson rex J.Hughes Min Uarr Tex Drags Cal B Johnson Chi Cuollar Bal P Mitchell Oak IP H BB SOW L ERA 33 20 19 35 3 1 1.09 29 21 7 15 5 2 1.52 78 66 32 51 7 2 1 72 49 38 13 28 3 2 1.82 49 38 8 27 4 1 1 84 78 64 23 3B 5 2 2 17 28 19 10 11 2 3 2 2 0 49 42 15 19 5 0 220 48 33 24 48 5 2 2 22 54 51 11 30 4 3 2 24 J3 40 13 25 4 4 2 30 30 28 13 14 1 3 235 86. 68 31 62 5 3 239 112 91 31 111 fl 4- 2.56 84 71 21 45 6 5 2 6 8 20 20 6 16 3 1 2 70 53 4 1 29 26 7 2 270 79 75 24 45 6 4 2 73 93 81 28 56 5 2 2 BO 79 74 15 48 7 1 2 84 97 100 35 25 5 4 2 86 36 30 20 36 4 3 2.97 60 52 22 17 3 3 298 74 55 22 24 5 4 3 0 ] 23 24 B 19 1 6 3 04 82 91 20 37 7 3 305 29 28 13 19 2 2 3.07 107 116 28 54 6 6 3.09 114 122 39 86 4 7 3.32 92 Bl 24 53 6 4 3.33 116 105 49 51 6 7 3.33 100 86 45 44 6 6 3.33 53 54 18 19 3 2 3.40 71 84 16 42 3 7 3.41 92 88 23 62 5 6 3 . 4 1 99 91 34 43 7 3 3 44 125 93 26 71 7 5 3.46 93 85 35 43 6 4 3 . 4 7 76 66 33 36 5 1 3 52 68 49 28 3B 4 3 3 57 80 93 1 7 29 7 2 3 59 52 49 1? 30 2 2 33.59 47 42 15 41 3 5 3.61 74 76 14 34 5 2 3.63 57 47 26 49 3 5 3.75 43 39 17 13 6 4 3.77 72 60 33 25 5 4 3.86 74 65 22 35 3 7 398 40 42 20 25 4 1 4.05 31 38 10 10 1 3 4.06 48 51 14 16 1 4 407 45 51 19 35 1 3 4 14 89 97 35 33 S 6 4.15 88 88 28 55 6 2 4.26 69 76 17 35 1 6 4 . 2 6 67 76 15 29 4 3 4 . 2 8 62 72 27 34 3 5 4 . 3 1 45 41 34 13 1 5 434 93 67 70 104 4 7 4 . 4 5 46 34 22 36 0 4 4 63 62 68 20 34 4 2 4 . 7 4 50 54 43 30 2 5 4 80 66 80 34 37 2 5 4 36 28 23 17 IS 1 5 502 49 52 24 17 2 4 5 11 27 35 13 13 2 2 5 27 56 73 12 21 1 3 543 53 54 25 33 2 6 5 . 4 3 3 0 31 1 8 9 1 3 5 6 4 23 29 II 15 1 4 5 . 7 0 56 63 19 28 3 6 5.88 52 73 30 12 2 7 6.71 36 56 7 22 1 3 7 12 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING A B R H H R R E I P c t 1933 244 576 56 331 27! a 1773 302 513 43 234 2W Mil 215 50! 42 208 345 2013 215 529 26 155 .263 2037 247 535 39 22? 263 1832 22i 482 35 205 .256 \1K 231 504 25 205 256 O 1797 224 447 26 2 1 1 249 ITO 229 493 49 215 247 r/26 153 476 24 133 247 1660 150 391 31 133 236 1745 210 4i3 33 725 234 I N D I V I D U A L B A T T I N G 100 or more at bati AB R H HR RBI Pet Pljti 134 22 49 10 22 364 Hfrnflo?! Sf 7 W.Br.dfr StL V/,r'j-jn Cin Gnff V Cm Fi';';' 1 .* 1 PN i 0'ivf.f Pyh Pv,f Cin 0 FO'J'-r Cm Ov L A Afidr'v/; H!r, P A M f ' i r"'l tt C r a w f o r d STL t Hfrnandz 5D Montane/ $F Torre- N V Guryev LA PuttPH LA Grm Hln 0 MrtfltJS/ PM Jchrnf-jnc' Phi Scfirnat PHI But- nor LA O.'OffiO Hfn Z.ik PyM Mrjcllori*. Cr.i CtirrJonal Oi MilniT MY Ol'icc in 1) G'lih P'l! DuP.Kler SD Jf/-iri;u3l WH Tclan PHI Mo/ida/ Chi T Pert'/ fin Stroll Pgh Hcit/ SF Lufimt.i Phi 0 Parker Pijh W Davi-, SD Puerile-, SD Wml.eld SD Krd'ifjrjOrji NY GiTfjnimo Cm Cobell Htn Trillo Chi Concepcion Cin Gro'e NY Henderson All Swishcr Chi Seller LA Murctr SF Foil Mtl Simmons SIL J Cnj; Hln Watson Hln Bowa Phi Joshua SF Brock SIL Speil'r SF H. Torres bD Harris StL Lopes LA J. Morales Ctii J. White MM Milbourne Htn (vie SD Sannuillcn Pgh Lacy All Stennelt Pijh Vejyer LA favcras Pgh Chanov All Kossin'jcr SIL DdRader 5F Kirigman NY Millan NY Matthews SF D Thomas 5F Rosctlo Chi drier Mil Bench Cin Wynn A t i Mack.inin Mil W.Gfirrett NY R ML't:jer Htn Pocororjn wall Jorcjrnscn Mtl Roysler All Unscr NY C.Jyhnson Htn Parriih Mil H.irrclson NY Kendall SD Ferguson LA Hchner Pgh R Smitn SIL HecCru; StL Howard Htn Thornlo'i Mil D Evans All f 4 or C.Mel/'JCr SD l-'reisleben SD Lavelli; SF Ajiodaca NY Zoctiry Cm Gullett Cin R Jones SD A Foster SD Afall,ick NY Houyh LA Lonlioro Phi Ran LA Msvsmilh All Lockwoocl NY Molhtl SF Mo.'itetusco SF Christenson Phi G Nolan Cin J Richard Htn Bnrr SF Seaver NY Bontinm Chi Castwick Cin Lolich NY Kulhve.'i All /aniora Chi MtGraw F 1 '!! K.l.lt Phi Frvman MM Caiulelaria Pi|h Slanhiiusc Mil Rogers Mtl John LA Kison Pijh Reoker Prill J Niexro iltn Shorten LA Spill nor SD McGlctnen SIL P Ni(:kro All AndL'jar Htn '.^terkcr Hln Hraboskv SIL StrlTi SD Carnlhers Mtl Koosm.in NY Weed Pnl C u r l ' S SIL Mrdich Pgh Falcone SIL C.i.-llon Phi Den v StL Reuss Pgh McE'iancy Cin Hasmussen StL Drossier SF Bur'is Chi iicaia Cm Hooton LA R Rcuschel Chi C.iKlwell SF Warlhen Mtl S.'.hen'l.in Mtl BarlOA Hln Marshall LA Bilmijham Cm Cosgrovc Htn Siilton LA ' Grillm H'n S.van NY NornMn Cm Ha: : cki SF Mcrel AM WDv MM Reoko Chi C.rc.l SiL Morion AM P Rfuschel Chi Dirc\ Cm E Sosa All German Chi Wervmeistr SD ill 16 40 1 3 360 134 21 47 2 II 35! 161 45 56 II 45 348 197 51 68 'l 37 345 144 '11 49 1 ?6 340 18? V. 63 3 21 333 231 51 77 4 25 333 200 '11 66 II 53 330 203 32 67 10 39 330 1 IB 13 33 0 7 322 109 19 35 4 17 321 156 24 50 4 2! 321 103 14 33 0 12 320 223 22 7 1 2 20 .313 130 13 41 4 II 315 241 32 76 4 34 315 173 24 54 3 20 312 175 17 54 0 11 309 160 26 49 2 19 .304 134 29 41 3 19 306 193 4 1 59 16 47 306 241 23 73 2 IB .303 195 36 59 8 32 .303 205 25 62 7 30 .302 202 23 61 4 30 .302 222 28 67 6 26 302 136 21 41 7 24 .301 162 32 54 4 21 .297 218 38 64 0 29 .294 1 7 1 20 50 4 26 .292 113 20 33 2 II 292 103 14 30 4 19 .291 213 45 62 11 36 .291 192 38 55 8 45 286 155 20 44 7 19 .254 215 14 61 4 25 .284 181 26 51 8 39 .282 142 18 40 4 26 .282 189 26 53 2 23 .280 176 17 49 0 14 .278 196 4 1 54 10 40 .276 182 22 50 4 20 .275 142 16 39 1 16 .275 186 24 51 0 20 274 201 12 55 0 22 .274 205 32 56 3 24 .273 145 12 39 1 11 .269 160 17 43 5 23 .269 172 15 46 2 16 .267 214 26 57 1 21 .266 214 27 57 5 34 .266 158 14 42 4 23 .266 205 16 54 2 25 .263 130 13 34 1 21 .262 218 23 57 5 29 .261 19? 28 52 0 20 .261 157 13 41 0 2 .261 196 25 51 0 20 .260 212 23 55 0 22 .259 i09 7 28 4 10 .257 160 16 41 1 14 .256 133 18 34 0 10 .256 189 26 48 5 18 .254 168 21 42 2 17 .250 132 21 33 0 7 .250 116 16 29 2 18 .250 177 27 44 0 6 .249 129 15 32 3 16 .248 230 IB 57 1 22 .248 158 23 39 7 18 .247 146 13 36 0 10 .247 138 11 34 1 15 .246 189 20 46 0 10 .243 103 10 25 1 9 .243 235 36 57 22 48 .243 186 17 45 1 10 .242 207 30 50 7 30 .242 213 29 51 2 11 .239 134 18 32 1 7 239 155 16 37 4 21 .239 156 25 37 7 30 .237 169 32 40 6 27 .237 171 23 40 4 17 .234 171 25 40 2 17 .234 177 13 41 0 9 .232 113 12 26 0 7 .230 135 12 31 3 11 .230 162 19 36 2 9 .222 191 21 42 4 21 .220 142 20 31 6 22 .211) 175 22 38 2 23 .217 121 9 26 1 11 .215 140 12 30 0 8 .214 175 22 37 6 18 .211 176 19 37 1 14 .210 157 20 33 S 22 .210 168 13 35 5 19 .208 120 16 25 1 12 .208 148 18 30 5 25 .203 139 11 24 1 10 .173 'ITCHING more decisions IP H BB S O W L ERA 39 31 II 25 4 0 1.38 31 29 9 13 4 1 1 44 45 43 16 26 2 3 1.79 35 27 10 13 1 3 1.80 69 54 24 52 5 1 1.94 51 45 17 33 5 2 2.09 115 95 15 36 11 2 2.26 47 33 19 11 1 3 2 3 0 100 78 26 59 7 1 2 . 4 1 48 32 29 34 7 1 259 83 78 19 44 8 2 2.59 82 84 26 32 5 3 2.62 88 59 32 63 4 5 2.66 30 18 16 30 2 2 2.70 39 36 17 16 3 2 2.72 98 80 30 72 7 5 2.75 65 66 19 24 7 2 2.77 91 71 15 43 5 3 2.77 103 82 58 69 7 5 2.95 83 91 18 27 4 4 3.01 100 87 35 85 5 5 3.06 70 71 35 37 5 3 307 37 35 11 26 4 3 3.13 71 76 22 59 2 B 3 15 76 11 27 50 6 6 320 38 35 8 18 3 1 326 33 31 12 29 4 3 327 79 83 16 34 5 2 3.30 75 79 23 44 7 3 335 n 55 20 50 5 4 3.38 40 34 22 13 3 2 3.38 70 59 25 44 2 3 3.44 65 73 21 28 2 4 3.44 62 59 19 27 4 4 3.45 67 63 24 25 6 3 3.49 67 66 34 40 3 6 3.49 64 66 IB 25 4 0 3.50 58 60 28 30 1 6 3.53 73 84 24 28 5 5 3.58 85 77 33 58 4 4 3.60 41 33 24 10 2 2 3.70 72 61 31 47 6 5 3.73 43 37 17 30 3 5 3.74 78 69 28 38 6 4 3.78 47 45 35 27 2 4 3.83 76 79 21 47 6 4 3.87 39 34 12 26 5 1 3.92 71 80 30 24 4 5 3.93 8i 77 28 40 4 5 3.98 65 56 28 43 3 5 4 0 2 32 81 2 1 5 1 5 3 4.04 68 79 20 23 2 4 4.10 82 8.1 21 41 6 5 4.15 2 3 31 9 1 1 1 3 4.18 38 38 20 21 3 5 4.19 2 5 3 2 1 0 6 1 3 4.21 80 96 35 29 2 8 4.24 50 42 25 25 6 1 4 26 79 82 24 40 5 5 4 31 85 S6 24 44 5 4 4.34 51 69 9 23 0 4 441 44 37 35 36 1 5 4.43 30 28 11 14 2 2 4.50 22 27 17 12 2 2 4 50 59 60 24 38 3 3 4 . 5 3 74 84 22 28 5 3 4.53 58 69 36 14 2 4 4 60 93 90 29 55 6 6 465 30 31 26 19 4 1 4.70 53 55 19 39 2 6 4 . 7 3 36 34 21 22 3 I 4 75 74 82 31 46 4 9 494 52 59 13 21 2 2 496 34 33 76 20 3 5 5 19 40 44 7 20 2 2 5.31 . 1 3 31 1 3 7 1 3 5 4 0 65 88 26 19 0 5 5.40 48 62 18 24 1 3 5.55 35 35 20 13 2 3 560 29 33 9 27 3 4 6 14 37 48 19 20 2 4 6 57 19 27 II 10 0 4 745 Giants' Efforts to Trade Montanez Fall Through SAN FRANCISCO ( A P ) - The San Francisco Giants said Saturday their efforts to swap first baseman Willie Montane?, to St. Louis fell through at the last minute when he refused to sign with the Cardinals. Montanez. one of three unsigned Giants, has indicated all season he wants to be traded to a warm-weather city. Through his attorney, Dennis O'Brien of Philadelphia, Montanez said he would play at St. Louis, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia or New York. . "We had a deal all set with the Cardinals," Giants General Manager Spec Richardson said before Saturday's game. "It was all set, but then Willie said he wouldn't sign with the Cardinals and that he will plav out his option. ^ "We have no recourse at this'point," Richardson added. "We've done all we can to comply with his request to be traded. He originally intended to sign with us in January, but changed his mind and told us he wanted to become a free agent." Giants' Manager Bill Rigney suggested Montanez would no longer be a starter. He has not started the last three games while nursing a sore ankle suffeed when he was hit by a pitch Wednesay. "Rigney can play whomever he wants," said Richardson, "but it doesn't seem logical to play a guy when we can be developing a youngster for that position." Gary Thomasson is currently at first base for the Giants. He entered Saturday's game against the New York Mels with an average of .030 since coming off ,'^e disabled list June 2. '' Public Courts Slated July 10-18; Kanawha Valley Soccer League Opens The annual Public Courts Tennis Tournament will be held July 10 through 18 at Watt Powell Annex, it was announced Saturday. The tournament is sponsored by the Ga- xette. the Diamond and Tennis. Inc. WKEE-FM to Carry Marshall HL'NTINGTON-Returning after a two- year absence. WKEE-FM will be the flagship station for the Marshall University sports network in 1976-77. The announcement was made jointly by Marshall's director of athletics Joe Me- Mullen and WKEE-FM general manager Jim Eblin. The Huntington station returns after having headed the Mb' sports network for three years (1971-72, 1972-73 and !973-74). WVU Eyes $500,000 MORGANTOWN-As the end of the fiscal year approaches. West Virginia University's Director of Development for Athletics Paul M i l l e r a n t i c i p a t e s another record-breaking year of contributions. "In 1973-74 our fans contributed about S320.000 to the scholarship fund," says Miller who joined the athletic staff that year. "In 1974-75 contributions increased to $404.000. This year we expect gifts to the Mountaineer Scholarship Fund to total about $500,000." Mountaineer fans can still contribute toward that unprecedented goal by mailing their checks to: Mountaineer Scholarship Fund. P. 0. Box 877, Morgantown, 26505. Basketball Registration F i n a l r e g i s t r a t i o n for the St. Albans YMCA Basketball Camp, which will feature Marshall coach Bob Daniels and Fairmont coach Joe Retton, will be at 8:30 Daniels a.m. Monday at the St. Albans High School gym. More than 100 players already have registered. Closed Tournament June 21-23 The West Virginia State Junior Closed Tennis Tournament will be held in Huntington, June 21-24 at Ritter Park. Age groups include 13,16,14. and 12 with both singles and doubles. Separate tournaments will be held for boys and girls. Entry fee is $5 for singles and $6 for each doubles team. Applications may be sent to Steve Hatten, 1122 13th St., Apt. C, Huntington, 25701. Checks should be made payable to the Huntington Tennis Assn. YWCA Fitness Classes The YWCA will offer a variety of fitness classes this summer i n c l u d i n g yoga in both day and evening hours. Cost is $10 for members and $13 for nonmembers. Water exercises for swimmers and non- swimmers will be offered and the physical fitness studio will be open all summer. All classes will rin in four two-week sessions beginning June 28. More information and a summer brochure can be obtained by calling 346-0597. Soccer League Opens The soccer season is here. The Kanawha Valley Soccer League got in its first week of competition last week at John Adams Junior High School's football field and it went over with a bang. Four teams competed in the a d u l t league w i t h the Azars of Montgomery beating the Cheetahs of Carbide. 3-0, and the Hustlers of Charleston trimming the Twin Cities of Nitro-St. Albans, 1-0. The adult league is composed of individuals 18 years of age and older and many of them come from Europe, the Mid East, South America and Nigeria. Registration is s t i l l open to any individual or team wishing to participate, according to community recreation director Mike Dueley. This week the Twin Cities will play the Cheetahs on Monday and the Azars will play the Hustlers on Thursday, both at 6:30 p.m. Other organizations sponsoring teams in the league are Bronco Junction and John Adams Junior High. Teams interested in joining the league should contact John Huzzey at 348-3092 or Dudley at 348-6865. Froggie Young Retires BECKLEY-Robert "Froggie" Young has retired from coaching after racking up a 70-30-3 football record in 11 seasons. Young coached at Wirt County, Calhoun County, and Beckley High Schools and Beckley Park Junior "High. Young coached Wirt County to an 11-0 record and the Class A football championship in 1966. He was a great football player at Beckley High School under Jerome Van Meter and at West Virginia Tech under Ray Watson. At Tech, Young was a four-year letterman as a running back, a three-year all- conference selection and captain of the team in his senior season. Summer Cage League Any team interested in playing in the South Charleston summer b a s k e t b a l l league may call Bill Walton at 768-6135 or Jim Fout at 768-8556. Wesleyan Signs Gridder BUCKHANNON-West Virginia Wesleyan football coach Kent Carpenter has announced the signing of Jimmy Taylor of Bowling Green. Ky., to a contract to play football. The 5-10, 170-pounder was a running back for Bowling Green High School's 9-2 team. Softball Standings Charleston Churcfi M East W-L Presby M-l Central 11-2 Oakridge 9-2 Starcher 7-5 Randolph Si -i-9 Trinity Meth 3-8 St. Marks 2-9 Asburv 0-11 Wor S:. Marks 11-1 Morris Mem 8-3 Centra! 7-4 Bream . 7-4 Christ Meth 7-5 i Recreation Assn. en West , Grace Emmanuel Calvary Trinity Luth Christ Meth 8'riai Jacob St. Pauls tien Emmanuel Starcher B'nai Jacob Trinity Luth. Presby W-L 11-1 10-2 9-3 6-7 . ...4-8 3-8 1-9 ,.5-5 .4-6 .2-7 .2-8 .0-10 0 HARLESTON AREA EDICAL C ENTER CHARLESTON, WEST VIRGINIA This is the third annual public report on the financial condition, activities and programs of the Charleston Area Medical Center. During the past year, CAMC cared for a record number of 36,765 inpatients (40 C of whom Hue outside Kanawha County); provided 284,385patient days and 3,711 babies were born at CAMC this year. (Further statistical information is shown below in Statistical Highlights for 1975.) BALANCE SHEET CHARLESTON AREA MEDICAL CENTER Year Ended December 31 . 1975 ASSETS ( T R K K N T ASSETS C.-ish ................................... ( 'rrt i l i c ; H ( ' ^ ;unl I inn 1 d f - | M M I ............... I'.-ttiont Ki'i'i'ivoblfs. k'ssiillnuanct'liirliissi's ..... S i ' t i l c i i i i ' i i l m i n i u m s dui' u n d e r I bird - p a r t y roimburseiiH'iii prn^rnii! ................... OihiT riTciv.ililcs ......................... Siipplii's imi'iilnry ........................ Prepaid I'Xpi'iiM. 1 ;- ........................ T ( ) T A I . T K H K N T A S S K T S .............. * INVESTMENTS AND O T H K R ASSETS ( ITI i t i l M H 1 ' - M i l d H U H ' d l ' p i K I I - M.'irkt'liihk 1 st'curilit's ;it O't I )rpnsit ;i.nd Miiulry ;KTIMIIHS I'KOI'EHTY. PLANT. AM) K ( ) C I I ' M K N T Land R u d i i i n s ^ ;ind I m p r o v e m e n t ( ' n n s t n i i ' t i n n in prioress A i i n w a i i c i ' l i i r d i ' p r i ' c i a l i i i i i I . I A H I I . I T I E S A M ) AC(T.Ml'I.ATKI) K(H a : i U l K N T U A R I I . m K S Nutc p;ty;tli[f to hiink A c n u m t s [ u y a b i r . - i n i l e t h e r l i . - i h i l i l i o s S e t i l e m e m n n i i n i t i t d n r under Mi'tlii'iiid :ili(l n t h o r pp!!r:int Ki]]|lcyiTOm!?MS.-i!iin ;md p;n m i l Mxf.- A d \ ; i i H T I m t i i t h i r d p ; i r t v p;i\nr^ Curri'iii m ; i t i ! n t i i ' » l IntifMi'mi d r h t · r n T A I . l T K K K N T I . I A R I I . I T I K S D K r e K K K D I N C O M K . S I ' K C I K I C I T K P O S K K I A D S I . O N C - T K K M D K H T lc.«ciirroni n \ i t i i r i i n s AaT.MU.ATKl) KQl )TV rn(li'i«n:itod Ilisianiitod Inr i!U'dic;i! r e n t e r development STATEMENT OF REVENUES AND EXPENSES CHARLESTON AREA MEDICAL CENTER Year Ended December 31, 1975 Bills paid by: Workmen's Compensat i \ V e l f o r e l M e c l i c n i c l l Patient Pay Government Agencies Miscellaneous Sources I'nitecl Mine Workers WHERE MONEY COMES FROM: Professional Fees Depreciation HOW \ 1 Q \ K V IS SPENT: ----4 -X Funds Designated for Medical Center Development Charity. Contractual Adjustments and Bad Debts . N K I ' K K V K N T K S K K P M I ' A T I K N T S K H V K ' K S l|wr:itini:expenses. HIM: Salaries and waces Supplies nml ntliiTPvpenses. inoludinj: interest expense Prnlessiiinal fees Depreciation O t h e r n p e r a t i n g revenues I N C O M K i l . O S S i Kl'lievennelrcMii pattern services Vnnnper.uinc revenues lilii-!^ K X C K S S O F K K V K M ' K S O V K R K X I ' K N S K S . . $ 1.M7..17S f u n d s deMpnnled Inr medical center development 11.937 ..iiSi KXfKSS OK KFAT.NTKS OVKR KXl'F.NSK.S AM) KfNDS liKSKiXATKl) N)K MKlllCAl. CKXTKR HKVKI.OPMKNT \ M I K K K M ( i . \ K Y C ( ) M K S K K d M - Dnllar a m i ' t i n t "I c h a r n \ prnvided. a m o u n t "i p a i i e n t bi!l u r i n e r i n l l hvra'.ise-nt i n a b i l i t y t n n a y . a n d . i n n n i n t rlednctefi line in L ' l A C r n m e n t agencies ann third partic nut payinc i h e i r l a i r - h a r e ni ros;s .SceCh.in H I I O \ \ M O N K Y IS Si'KNT A n n n m i s p.iid i phy.-iri.in? liirservices rendered lor p,itiem i M r e t h n i n s h t h e .Medio.il C e n t e r S.ilarv reimbursements Inmt Sure and Federal rnnlr.irts. parkin;: lot income :md medical records tees, tor example. -^ -- l ' t i r i - s ; r i c ! e d c o n l r i r n i i i i n s n n i i n i i - r e s ! incnnn'.lorex.in-.pli-. The CAMC Hoard ;t Trustees lias carefully d e t e r m i n e d t h a t a re.isunnlile operating sain is necessary t'nr the replacement and renovation ol obsolete h t i i l d i n g s and tor the development , _ nl'nevv services and facilities. M u r i n g the past ye.ir. t h e C h a r - ·^ lesion Area Medical Center added 150 new beds to replace obsolete facilities, renovated and upgraded several p a i i e n t and service areas, replaced very expensive obsolete equipment in a mim her of .irons s u c h . is Kndinlogy and Laboratory and nc|iiired several pieces of property needed for f u t u r e developments. C o n s t a n t l y ehnnging medical technology and advances in medical science force the Medical Center to constant I y update to provide! he host p a t i e n t care possible t o the people we serve. 1975 Statistical Highlights "Admissions .'56.765 Patient Days 284.385 Surgical Procedures 18.899 Babies Delivered 3.711 Radiological Examinations 153.542 Laboratory Procedures 612.501 Emergency Visits 72,638 Outpatient Visits 159.075 '·id'- nt T A M C in pa lien is live mil side K a n a w h a Cnunlv Board of Trustees Don 1. ftrnwine Robert F. Baronner W. Gaston Caperton Vincent V.Chaney Sherman E.HatfieldJD PaulHinkle J. William Martin Thomas R.PooleJD Thomas G. Potterfield, William A. Rice Stanley H.Rose, Jr. Harold Solinger, MD Stanley Silverstein JohnD.Smallridge John H. Thomas DealH.Tompkins Henry B.Wehrle, Jr. A

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