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2D --June 9. 1974 Sunday Gazette-Mail Charleston, V\es: Virginia 6 Goes Like Superman/ Current's Jockey Says --Staff Photo by Lewis Raines. 'Â· GOLF-IN CHAMPION BOB LEMLEY (RIGHT) ACCEPTS TROPHY 'Â· Chairman Dottie Lowery Makes Presentation as Barry Rollison Looks On Lemley Wins With 75 'Bob Lemley fired a 75 to win the championship flight of the Kianwha Valley Golf-In at Edgewood Country Club Saturday. ' John Slack had a 75 for second place and Bob Thaxton and Pug Lowery tied for third with 76's. The event was played from the gold tees, making the course 7,000 yards long. "A lot of people found out Hager, Fish Gain Finals of Center \Top-seeded Mickey Hager will meet Kenny Mullins and top-seeded Lynn Fish will oppose Beverly Weber in the 18-and-under finals of the Center Tennis T o u r n a m e n t at 1 p : m. today at Watt Powell Annex. -Boys' and girls' finals in all age groups and all consolation matches will be played this afternoon. ; In Saturday's play in the 16-and-under division, Kelly Kruk defeated Sherry Shores, recent champion at the No. 1 position in the girls state high school tournament. Kruk will face Jamie Baisden in today's title match at 2 p.m. . Â· ..' Saturday's Results Championship Round '- '18-and-Under - Mickey Hager d. Don Fleming 6-0, 6-0; Ken Mullins d. Bill -Duncan 6-0, 6-3; Lynn Fishd. Kim Thomas 6-0, 6-3; Beverly Weber d. Terri Miller 6-3, 6-4; Don Fleming d. Rick Reuben 6-1, '. 6 '' 4 ' Â· "16-and-Undcr -- Mark Lelevred. John Wines 6-0, 6-0; John Lynn d. Greg Godby 6-3, 6-0; Richard Damous d. Dan Gold- f a r b 7-5, 6-1: Dart Meadows d. Rick Johnson 6-0, 6-0; Mark Lcfevre d. John -Lynn 6-3, 6-3; Dart Meadows d. Richard .Damous 6-2, 6-4; Kelley Kruk d. Sherry " .Shores 6-0, 6-2; Jamie Baisden d. Robyn '.Hamb 6-3, 6-0. '. 14-and-Under - Peter Ward d. Ken Sil' -verstein 6-0, 6-2; Bob Koleske d. Dan '.Cowan 6-1, 6-1; Mark Holstein d Peter _Wrd 6-2, 6-4; Cindie Fish d. Susie Black .7-6, 4-6, 6-0; Anne white d. Cindie Fish .6-0, 6-1; Kim Tyree d. Lynn Shores 3-6, 7-6, 7-6; Bob Jacobs d. Robert Koleske .4-6, 6-3, 7-5. .. 12-and-Under - Bud Vredeveld d. ..Gregg Goldman 6-0, 6-0; Robbie Robertson d. John Prokity 6-2, 6-3; Vickie Thax- .ton d. Keith Druk 6-1,.6-3; Emily Ward .d. Laurie Lewis 6-0, 6-0, 10-and-Under Final -- Jimmy Lewis d. Geoffrey Smith 6-1, 6-7, 6-4. Consolation Results 18-and-Under -- John Simms d. John B a r r d e f a u l t ; R i c k Reuben d. Jim Simms 6-1,6-3; Steve Taylor d. Jim Rose 6-0, 6-4; Terri Miller d, Nancy Norcross 4-6, 6-4, default; Don Fleming d. Steve .Tylor 6-1, 6-2; Rick Reuben d. Bill Dun- .can 6-2, 6-3. 16-and-Under-- J e f f Smith d. Don Deutsch 6-1, 6-1; Matt Call d. John King 6-3, 6-0; Rick Johnson d. Ken Haynes 6-3, 6-2; Dan Goldfarb d. Jeff Smith 6-2, 6-2; Matt Call d. Greg Godby 6-4, 6-2; Matt Call d. John Wines 6-0, 6-0; Dan Goldfarb d. Rick Johnson 7-6, 6-2; Cathy Mullins d. Dede LaFoMette 6-4, 7-5; Sandy Boswell 6-0, 6-1... 14-and-Under -- David Solomon d. Frak Baer 6-2, 7-6; David Solomon d. Dan Cowan 7-5, 6-3; Ken Silverstein d. Earl Melton 6-2, 6-3; David Solomon d. Jeff Barnes default; Ken Silverstein d. Gregg Burton 6-2, 6-1; Louisa DiTrapano d. Piper Kelly retired (injury); Chris Tassos d. Piper Kelly 6-1, 7-5; April Robertson d. Susie Black default; Chris Tassos d. Louisa DeTrapano 6-1, 7-5. 12-and-Under -- Laurie Lewis d. Mick-' ey Tyrec 6-2, 6-3. 10-and-Under - Krista Koleske d. Lynn Byard 6-0, 6-0; David Call d. Jimmy Lane default. Today's Championshp Pairings 1 p. m., 18-and-under-- Mickey Hager vs. Kenny Mullins; Lynn Fish vs. Beverly Weber. 2 p. m., 16-and-under -- Dort Meadows vs. Mark Lcfevre, Kelly Kruk vs. Jamie Baisden. 3 p. m. -- 14-and-under -- Bob Jacobs vs. Mark Holstein, Anne hitc vs. Kim Tyrec: 4 p. m., 12-and-under -- Bud Vreweld vs. Robbie Robertson, Vickie Thaxton vs. Emily Ward. 5 p. m. Â· lOand-undcr Melissa Ellis vs. Kathryn Gillis. Consolation Pairings 1 p. m. -- Lynn Shores vs. April Robertson, Chris Tassos vs. Cindie Fish, Peter Ward vs. Dave Solomon, Ken Silverstein vs. Bob Koleske. 2p.m. -- Dan Goldfarb vs. John Lynn, Richard Damous vs. Matt Call, Gregg Goldman vs. John Prokity, Robyn Hamb vs. Cathy Mullins. 2 p. m. -- Dan Goldfarb vs. John Lynn, Richard Damous vs. Matt Call, Gregg Goldman vs. John Prokity, Robyn Hamb vs. Cathy Mullins. 4 p. m. -- Terri Miller vs. Kim Thomas, Don Fleming vs. Rick Reuben, Sherry Shores vs. winner of Muliins-Hamb, winner of Sollornon-Ward vs. winner of Silverstein-Koleske, winner of Tassos- Fish vs. winner of Lyn Shores-Robertson. Eajjles Win Twice The Eagles defeated the Parrots 14-6 and the Eagles topped the Cardinals 15-4 in western girls softball little league action Saturday. S. C. Boosters The South Charleston athletic boosters club will meet at 7 p.m. Monday at the high school. Elections of the new officers will be conducted at this meeting. IMMEDIATE OPENINGS THE FIRESTONE TIRE RUBBER CO. Due to recent promotions, we have immediate openings in the Charleston, Montgomery, and Huntington area in the following positions: (1) RETAIL SALES MANAGER (2) SERVICE MANAGER (3) OFFICE AND CREDIT MANAGER ADVANTAGES OFFERED 1. Opportunity for rapid advancement. 2. Bonus based on performance. 3. Liberal retirement program. 4. Annual paid vacation. 5. Liberal insurance program covering employees nna dependents. ELIGIBLE APPLICANTS 1 High School; Business School or College Graduate. 2. Successful record and present or prior sales experience. 3. Must present good appearance, have good speaking voice and be aggressive. Interviews will be conducted by appointment. Phone Mr. A. R. Garten, 342-4185 to arrange for personal interview. 'j. An Equal Opportunity Employer this wasn't a pitch-and-putt course," said Barry Rollison, Edgewood pro. "We got a lot of c o m p l i m e n t s on the course." Gillispie, Mann Card 69s Dave Gillispie, principal of Washington District Junior High and Forrest Mann, coach at Sissonville, fired 69s for low net honors in the Kanawha County coaches and principals golf tournament at Sandy Brae Saturday. Other low net scores were Larry Woods 71, Brook Watkins 71, and Jesse Kitchen 71. Low gross were Ben Lepley with a 70, Joe Cowley 74, and Harry Markham 75. NEW Y O R K ( A P ) - " I asked him to run and he goes like superman," said little Miguel Rivera Saturday after guiding Little Current to victory in the 106th Belmont Stakes and the second of three jewels in r a c i n g ' s Triple Crown. "I don't care now if I die," the 30-year-old native of Puerto Rico added in exultation. "I have done it for Puerto Rico." A telephone call was waiting for Rivera when he strode into Belmont jockey quarters, his face covered with dirt and the fawn-and-brown riding silks of the Darby Dan Farms sullied. It was a call from his long-time friend Angel Cordero, who rode Cannonade to victory in the Kentucky Derby and who later disclosed that he had given Rivera $3,000 "save" money--a practice frowned upon by racing authorities. Cordero. barred from riding Cannonade in the Belrnont because of a seven-day suspension for interference in a race May 30, watched the race from his home on television and immediately picked up the phone to call his victorious friend. "Angel said it was beautiful. He said he loved me," Rivera said. "I said, 'I love you, too.'" The two jockeys, longtime friends, talked animatedly in Spanish for about 10 minutes before Rivera was pulled away for photographs and interviews. Rivera carried in his arms a 36-inch trophy of a ic-ckey holding a saddle. "The people of Puerto Rico brought this to me--even the racing commissioner was here," Rivera said. "They knew I was going to win and so they had this .trophy made up and they brought it to me." Rivera said that he was never doubtful that he would win the race, although he broke out of the gate last in the field of nine and trailed until the quarter-pole. "My horse was running smoothly." he said. "He is nice to ride. All I have to do is tell him to run and he starts to move." The winning jockey, eighth after a mile of the 1 Vis-mile route and fourth at the quar- terpole, said it was at the quarterpole that he began making his move. He shot to the front approaching the one- eighth pole. "CHARLIES" AT WATT POWELL PARK SUNDAY, JUNE 9: "TOLEDO MUD HENS" 2:00 P.M. "DISTRICT 29-0 LIQNS CLUB" HAVE THEIR DAY AT THE PARK PAWTUCKETREDSOX MONDAY, JUNE 10: Doubleheader 6:30 P.M. .., "KNOT HOLE FAMILY NITE." YOUNGSTERS TM' ADMITTED FREE ON KNOT HOLE CARD! LADIES PAY JUST $1.00! 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