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I ID -Ju!y27,1975 Sunday GazetteMail CHESS Fry 'si 919 Western JFin Replayed Move-By-Move Passero's Score 4th Best Some notes from the Kanawha Valley Golf Assn. Tournament: Jim Pas- se'ro's 294 total was the fourth best winning score since the KVGA switched to a 72-hole stroke play format 10 years ago. Dick Young still holds the record with his 281 score in 1966. The winners and scores by years: 1966 - Dick Young 281 1967 - Ken Bowen 292 1968 - Tom Mollencop 297 1969 - Toby Lawson 297 1970 -- John Spence 2% 1971 - John Spence 295 1972 -- Bob Hunter 223 (cut to 54 holes by rain) 1973 - Dr. Jack Shamblin 298 1974 - John Spence 290 1975 - Jim Passero 294 Passero is one of a group of 12 golfers who play every Saturday and Sunday at Sleepy Hollow. "We draw names out of a hat to see who plays with whom. We have good matches and it helps to keep your game sharp," Passero commented. The 12 are Passero, Kenny Bowen, Bob Thaxton, Jack Shamblin, Max Egnor, Steve Rule, Evans Harbour, Bill Taylor, Charley Price, Gus Belcher, J. G. Anderson and Jim Adkins. Bastian Comer Passero made a great shot on the 125-yard 10th hole at Kanawha Country Club Friday. His ball was on the back fringe with two hogbacks in the green between him and the cup, 40 feet away. Instead of attempting a very tricky putt, Passero took his sand wedge and pitched the ball to within two feet of the hole. He made his par. Marion Bastian did a good job as the starter and scorekeeper for the Kanawha Valley tournament. Bastian, who is retired, put in long hours every day and didn't get to eat his supper until 10 p.m. Charleston is fortunate to have men like Bastian and Clark Young available to keep scoreboards. You can't have a tournament without them. The youngest player in the KVGA was 16-year-old Richard Harmon, a member of the George Washington High golf team. Harmon did all right, making the cut in the championship flight. But the Kanawha Valley is losing a fine young golfer because Harmon's family is moving to Alexandria, Va. The KVGA players took up to 5% hours to play 18 holes and the last groups didn't finish until almost 9 p.m. the first three rounds. "We should start at 10 a.m. so we won't have to finish in the darkness," suggested Hank Comer. "We also could let more than 72 golfers enter. Most fellows take a week's vacation to play in this tournament anyway. And we should have three flights so that guys with higher handicaps will have a chance to win," Comer added. I think Comer has some good points and I'll add my own suggestion: open up the Kanawha Valley tournament and let non- club members play in it, too. It's a good tournament now but it would be so much better if Big Bend and other public course golfers could compete. It would produce a true local golf champion. But this argument has been going on for years, and nothing has been changed. Maybe some day By Edward M. Foy Many if not most chess columnists publish games regularly, a practice which we discontinued quite a few years ago. But we have a game which we believe should be of unusual interest to area chess players. How we got hold of the game of an area player in a tournament played in Cincinnati in Sept. 1919 and published in the Philadelphia Public Ledger Nov. 9,1919, is another story. Sufficient to say. we are greatly indebted to Mrs. Alice N. Loranth of the'Cleveland Public Library, Jack 0'- Keefe and Don Thackery of "Michigan Chess", and Robert Stowe of Minneapolis. About the tournament and John W. Fry's opponent. The 76th annual U. S. Open scheduled next month in Lincoln. Neb., is a direct descendent of the annual Western Chess Assn. tournaments which began in 1900. Edward Lasker in 1919 was probably the strongest chessplayer in the U.S. after Frank J. Marshall. He won 1919 tourney and lost only to Fry. He also wrote the still-famous "Lasker's Chess Strategy" Western Chess Assn. Cincinnati, 1919 Two Knights Defence U.N. Race Won By Royal Glint ALTLANTIC CITY, N.J. ( A P ) Dan Lasater's Royal Glint led from wire to wire Saturday for a Site-length victory under Jorge Tejeira in the $100,000 United Nations Handicap on the grass at Atlantic City. Fry White 1. P-K4 2. N-KB3 3. B-B4 4. P-Q3 5. N-B3 6. B-K3 7. P-QR3 8. N-QR4 9. N-B3 10. P-R3 11. B-QN5 12. Q-Q2 13. B-R4 14. PxB 15. B-N3 PxB PxP 18. 0-0 19. QR-Q1 20. P-QN4 21. NxN 22. KR-K1 23. K-R2 24. P-KN3 25. P-Q4 26. N-N1 27. Q-K2 28. R-KB1 29. Q-KB2 30. N-K2 16. 17. Lasker fry Lasker Black White Black PK4 31.R-B P-B3 N-QB3 32. R-B5 P-B5 N-KB3 33. KPxP PxP B-B4 34. NxP NxN P-Q3 35. PxN P-K6 B-KN5 36. W-B3 P-K7 W-Q2 37. R-K1 Q-Q3 B-Q5 38. R-K5 QxQP 0-0 39. R-K4 Q-R2 B-K3 40. QxP R-B1 B-N3 41. R-K8 Q-KB2 P-QR3 42. RxR.Ch KxR BxB 43. Q-K5 Q-Q2 P-QN4 44. Q-B6,Ch K-Nl BxB 45. R-K2 R-N3 P-Q4 46. Q-K5 K-B2 NxP 47. P-N3 K-Nl QR-Q1 48. Q-K8,Ch QxQ Q-K3 49. RxQ,Ch K-B2 Shoney's Big Boy Commissary and General Offices have moved to a fine new facility crt 312 21 St. in North Charleston We Thank You! OUR NEW LARGER AND MORE COMPLETE FACILITIES WILL ENABLE US TO CONTINUE TO PROVIDE THE FINE SHONEY'S QUALITY FOOD AND SERVICE TO OUR EVER GROWING RESTURANTS. WE THANK YOU, THE SHONEY'S CUSTOMER, FOR YOUR LOYAL PARTONAGE AND WOULD LIKE TO LET YOU KNOW, WE REALLY APPRECIATE THE I, PRIVILEGE OF SERVING YOU. - QN-KB250. R-QR8 NxN P-KB3 R-Q2 KR-Q1 P-K5 P-N4 R-N2 P-KB4 R-KB1 R-B3 51. RxP 52. P-QR4 53. PxP 54. R-N6 55. P-R5 56. P-R6 57. P-N5 58. RxP 59. R-B1 60. K-N1 K-K3 K-Q4 PxP R-N2 P-R4 P-R5 R-N6 R-R6 K-Q5 R-R7,Ch K-K6 S Commissary and Main Office 312 21 St. Charleston, W. Va., 32512 346-0738 And Black Resigns. SAVE FACES NEXT TO 84 LUMBER ROUTE17$T.AIBANS,W.YA. Phone 722-2811 SALE THRU SUN. * * PGA Tournament Coming Up atEdgewood You'll save a pocketful of these Famous Faces when you buy at 84! Edgewood Country Club pro Barry Rollison is busy with plans for the State PGA Tournament for pros at Edgewood Aug. 8-10. It will be preceded by a pro-am on Thursday, Aug. 7. "We've got 10 sponsors for the tournament and we want more," Rollison said. He hopes to have 25 state pros and a total purse of $5,000. The winner gets 20 per cent. Rollison's assistant pro at Edgewood is Ray Thompson, the younger brother of touring pro Barney Thompson of Barboursville. Ray worked last winter at a club in Florida. Barney Thompson took a break from the tour for some practice at Sleepy Hollow last week, Barney made money at the Milwaukee and Quad Cities tournaments, with a couple of 69 rounds. "I'm hitting it a little better now but I still toss a 74 round in three every tournament," said Thompson with a rueful grin. "I tried to qualify for the Canadian Open and I shot a 71," Thompson added. "There were 13 of us who tied for the last five spots and I was the fifth alternate. I didn't think my chances were too good so I came on home. I'll probably try to qualify for the Westchester Classic next week." Pipestem State Park golf pro Bill Robertson continues his hot streak with a ; course record 66 from the blue markers. Robertson had five straight birdies on 9, 10,11,12,13 in his 35-31-66 round. The old record was held by Dr. Jack Shamblin of South Charleston with a 68. Speaking of Pipestem, John Faulconer reports that they already have 46 entries from five states for the Pipestem Invitational scheduled Sept. 5-7. Heck's, Inc. has set the dates of Aug. 9-10 for its second annual Heck's Open Women's golf tournament at the Riverview course near Madison. Women seeking entries may send a postal card with their name, address, telephone number and handicap to Mrs. Myra Freeman, 40 Ash Lane, Madison, W. Va. 25130. Or they may telephone 369-4685 or 369-9835. The entry fee is $20. C. E. Burdette holed out a 150-yard second shot for an eagle two on the 350-year eighth hole at Sleepy Hollow. I enjoyed playing golf with Marshall University basketball coach Bob Daniels at the West Virginia Sports Writers Assn. meeting at Glade Springs near Beckley last week. Daniels hits the longest eight- iron shots I've ever seen. He can hit the eight-iron 190 yards and he says he can hit the two-iron 250 yards. With that kind of yardage, who needs woods? SALE DAYS: SUNDAY, JULY 27 thru SUNDAY, AUGUST 3 Pre-Finished PANELING 4'x 8 'panels y 4 " HARDBOARD: Honeywood, Essex, Kingswood . $5.84 each VINYL FACED: Light or Dark $2.99 each KITCHEN CABINET SALE 10% L OUTSIDE WHITE HOUSE PAINT Primer or Finish $5.22 a ALUMINUM SHUTTERS BLACK 14"x47" $8.99 per pair $9.69 per pair $9.99 per pair $10.84 per pair 14"x51" 14"x55" 14"x59" OUR REGULAR LOW DISCOUNT PRICES ON ALL STOCK CABINETS DURING THIS SALE ONLY! Partial list of Sale Prices: 30'High WALL CABINETS BASE CABINETS SINK BASE 12 18 24 30 36' 24 $26.56 $30.35 $32.88 $43.62 $48.04 Angle $46.79 12 18 24 30 36 $37.30 $40.46 $45.52 $58.80 $63.23 60 $94.83 66 $97.36 72 $102.42 PARTICLE BOARD 5/8"x 4' x 8' $3.44 OPEN SUNDAY 9 A.M. to 3 P.M. (Statistics below include games of Sunday, July 20, except Tidewater at Richmond June 9). TEAM BATTING Ttam pet ab r h 2b 3b hr rbl Jb Tidewater 2592926 3 4 8 7 5 7 1 1 3 18 31310 41 Charltston 25(3073 351 7U 104 24 4 5 3 4 6 113 362 767 102 31 56 330 47 400 716 126 22 32 356 26 314 643 111 16 47 292 40 296 728 98 12 46 263 38 349 737 106 30 50 313 48 347 694 109 19 66 292 74 Rochester 254 3018 Syracuse 2467 2902 Richmond 2466 2607 Pawtucket 2353103 Memphis 233 3167 Toledo 227 3059 TEAM PITCHING Team ERA W-L Rochester 2.6753-39 Tidewater 2.8356-38 Memphis 2.8948-50 Charleston 3.1850-47 Toledo 3.4641-57 Pawtucket 3.3735-60 Syracuse 3.5954-38 Richmond 3.7338-46 Fuller, Roc 215 298 Sanserino, Cha 213 122 Navarrete, Mem 205220 Deidel, Syr 193 249 Down, Mem 192 224 Skaggs, Roc 191 47 Rogodzinski, Tol 190 42 Erickson, Paw 179 67 Koegel, Cha 176 74 Dancy, Tol 173 110 Creech, Mem 136 59. Cox, Tol 118 34 5 15 42 0 1 21 1 11 2 19 2 19 0 7 0 1 2 0 1 0 2 4 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 143003 CGShO IP H R E R 20 8 798 681 316 237 28 15 781 674 284 246 10 871 767 351 280 12 811 705 350 287 7 820 819 399 315 6 819 754 366 307 9 784 76U 374 313 8 692 670 334 287 26 30 24 22 22 13 INDIVIDUAL BATTING Name Avg. AB R H2B 3BHR SB Parker, Syr 395 38 6 15 1 31 36 41 21 28 39 17 14 40 44 25 45 13 24 28 16 35 34 32 10 38 20 13 32 22 35 22 22 Yancy, Syr 371 62 Bernhardt, Syr 362 138 Randolph, Cha 332 213 Vail, Tid 321 296 Armas, Cha .' JOJ 30« Moore, Ric 307 267 Reynolds, Cha 302 377 Valentine, Mem 302 324 Gonzalez, Cha 300 10 Nolan, Ric 298 228 stillmaa Roc 296291 Pernberton, Tid 294 309 Hodges, Tid 290 193 . Duncan, Roc 288 22V Reinbach, Roc 287 232 ' Senn, Tid 286 84 Breeden, Mem 284 1Q2 Eoisclair, Tid 282316 OH, Cha ...280282 White, Mem 280 207 Asseltine, Ric 279 269 Merchant, Paw 278 266 Theodore, Tid 276 174 Cox, Mem 276 348 Ayala, Tid 275 102 Kenney, Syr 275 189 BaKer, Paw 272331 Martin, Tol 271 177 Andrew, Paw 269 130 Moreno, Cha 269 286 Zeber, Syr 267232 Flora Roc 267 86 Staiger, Tid 266 290 ClarK, Tol 263224 Sanders. Ric '.263 236 Foster. Tid 262 168 Hughes, Paw £62 286 Whitfield, Syr 262 248 Andrews, Tol 261 307 Shupe. Syr 261 188 Giggle, Tid 259 205 Nahorodny, Tol 258 283 Coletta, Paw 255 2J3 Stearns, Syr 253 182 Murre", Ric 252 163 Harlow, Roc. 252 290 Garcia, Roc 250280 Hutto. ROC 23 226 Kleven, Tid 246 113 M«cha,Cna_ 244 325 Conigliaro, Paw 24* 69 Fritz, Tol 245 188 Reg Thomas- Tol... 245 200 Tepidino, Ric 245 159 DeJohn. 7id 243 251 Santana, Tol 243325 Belloir. Ric 2W 75 Vatchick. Roc 235 159 Monzon, Mem ..238 320 Flow?rs. Paw 233 32' Augusthx, Oil 238 151 Hickey. Roc '37 114 Dineea Syr 236 225 Vazquez, Paw 235 1E3 3ann:s!er, Tol 233 210 0 Johnson, Mem 232 120 PiChariO. Syr 231 247 McGrew. Rot 230 161 G«ach.Rfc 230217 Avites, Paw 230 165 GOCby, Paw 230256 Bean, Ric 230 100 Breece, Mem 273 238 DMOt, Ch* 227 US RMw, Ol» 21». 32 . V Cromartie, Mem 21S8 25 ? 'Kori»ko, Paw 215 51 ? ' ScnnecK, Tol 2lSfl« ' 0 1 1 4 7 4 5 3 2 0 0 1 2 0 2 2 0 0 3 3 3 1 0 0 4 0 2 3 0 1 2 1 1 2 0 3 5 2 1 3 3 49 5 3 53 9 1 73 12 3 62 9 0 U, 9 1 41 5 1 73 7 3 70 9 1 56 11 1 29 3 0 9 0 1 0 6 36 49 5 15 39 1! 2! 61 9 79 8 18 4 3S 4 76 12 4 23 7 50 11 94 11 95 12 9518 82 11 45 114 19 57 98 18 3 1 68 10 8620 91 13 56 8 66 7 81 13 24 6 29 6 89 15 79 14 58 10 75 16 74 12 48 1 96 21 28 9 52 5 90 16 48 6 35 4 77 8 62 10 23 3 77 14 59 9 62 9 44 75 6 30 65 16 29 80 20 0 14 0 8 2 29 5 37 55 3 9 54 6 42 3 33 HR 39 43 49 46 60 48 41 47 RBI 1 2 0 14 5 3 4 9 0 0 2 3 1 1 3 4 0 9 1 10 18 2 3 4 3 0 0 17 0 25 2 0 1 0 3 22 35 37 20 26 20 44 23 32 16 36 SO 8 17 23 31 11 22 46 77 13 3 36 2 10 27 34 53 20 43 30 45 23 51 45 57 16 37 23 50 12 33 25 59 17 23 23 53 49 II W 1 7 0 58 10 11 0 26 « 11 0 1 6 40 5 39 1 31 2 22 4 31 6 38 1 9 3 16 3 25 10 43 6 21 1 13 4 21 3 18 7 52 2 14 0 16 14 51 6 21 1 7 6 39 1 25 2 19 6 44 2 14 10 53 2 16 4 21 9 54 4 25 2 18 2 16 16 41 2 26 1 16 4 11 1 21 2 22 3 26 2 17 7 37 3 S 9 29 4 20 1 12 0 15 6 34 0 5 1 li 6 31 2 2' C 11 3 li 0 1? 4 58 5 20 2 20 0 56 2 15 5 26 0 13 3 20 1 11 2 24 1 II 9 8 3 25 2 2 t 21 Batting Leaders Average .332 Randolph, Charleston; Slug Pctge .491 Nahorodny, Toledo; At Bats 377 Reynolds, Charleston; Runs 57 E. Valentine, Memphis; Hits 114, Reynolds, Charleston; Total Bases 154 J. Baker, Pawtucket; Doubles 21 J. Cox. Memphis; Triples 7 Vail, Tidewater; Homeruns 16 Nahorodny, Toledo; RBIs55 Vail, Tidewater; Walks 66 Monion, Memphis; Strikeouts 106 Fuller, Rochester; Stolen Bases 40 Dilone, Charleston. Individual Pitching Name: era w-1 »v ip h r *r bb JO Montague, Mem 1.254-4 171051 1 3 1 0 1 5 37 Clay, Syr 1.351-0 0 6.2 5 1 1 3 4 Minshall, Cha 1.451-3 7 1928 Bair, Cha 3.12 6-Tol 1.837-5 1 1 0 8 9 2 37 22 31 27 Diorio, Mem 1.S8 1-2 Atkinson, Mem 1.99 2-1 Holdsworth, Roc....2.08 1-6 Jones, Cha 2.0812-6 Contreras, Tid 2.15 3-4 Manz, Roc 2.16 4-1 Flanagan, Roc 2.30 7-3 Newhauser, Paw.... 2.42 4-5 Albin, Mem 2.44 3-1 Sawyer, Syr 2.49 9-7 Willis, Roc 2.49 8-7 Swan, Tid 2.5212-5 Riser, Toi 2.60 1-4 Sekel, Roc 2.65 1-5 Pirtle, Syr 2.69 5-1 Riley, Mem 2.70 1-1 Laxton, Tid 2.70 6-1 Bernard, Tid 2.79 8-6 Wegener, Tid 2.80 4-1 Espinosa, Tid 2.87 4-4 Sartlett, Tid 2.92 0-1 M Barr, Paw 2.95 4-4 Lanq, Mem 2.93 5-9 Ross, Paw 3.00 2-5 Jimlnei, Cha 3.01 4-3 Galasso, Roc 3.07 7-5 Thomason, Tol 3.10 1-3 Bair, Cha 3.12 6-S Hernande!, Tol 3.14 1-2 Kirkpatrick, Mem..3.15 9-5 Kreuger, Paw 3.156-11 Mand'rbch, Tid 3.16 4-5 Guidry, Syr 3.20 6-5 Cram, Tid 3.24 2-1 J Fresman, Ric 3.25 2-6 Gebhard, Mem 3.43 4-3 Sadowskl, Cha 3.46 6-9 Ruthven, Tol 3.479-10 Keener, Mem 3.48 5-2 Morlan, Cha 3.48 5-7 Stein, Roc 3.49 4-1 Kouns, Paw 3.57 3-2 Sleohnson, Ric 3.86 0-0 McGregor. Syr 3.89 6-7 Wright, Paw 3.97 0-5 Paul, Tol 4.04 2-3 Herr.»i:, Tol 4.13 3-6 Aase, Paw 4.154-10 87 Soencer, Paw 4.22 1-1 021.123 13 10 12 Kammeyer, Syr 4.226-8 098.0116 52 4 6 2 5 St°rlhs, Tid 4.24 6-8 0 114118 66 54 40 Clemen;. Paw 4.57 1-3 245.147 27 23 21 0 Hiil, Tol 4 . 6 5 6 - 7 094.2100 51 4 9 3 9 lacoMe. Ric 513 5-5 073.072 43 « 40 DJchnscn. Roc 5.31 2-1 540.249 30 2 4 2 1 Enyart, Mem 5.532-1 537.240 2 5 2 3 1 9 CajK«y,Ch3 5.75 2-1 240.2 47 33 2« 20 Kewel, d» .,, S.n M 0 4.2 5 3 3 3 Aixtenn, Ch: 5« 14 036.2 40 29 24 21 Johnson, Syr 5.972-1 137.243 25 25 11 Cheaile, Syr 6.101-5 048.260 34 33 34 Uncford, Cha._. 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