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9D --June 20, 1976' Sunday duetto-Mail Charleston, West Virginia By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Complete through games of Friday AMERICAN LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet a«as City ' 2052 317 601 33 290 .293 New York 2026 267 543 42 246 .268 Detroit 1946 239 521 34 221 .268 Texas I97 268 521 33 24B .264 Boston 1914 257 504 55 237 .263 Cleveland 1942 239 505 29 216 .260 Minnesota 2010 238 520 30 224 .259 Milwaukee 1849 202 165 36 197 .252 Chicago 1997 212 498 32 190 .249 Baltimore 1972 216 457 40 198 .232 Oakland 2073 260 478 42 231 .231 Csl.forma 2099 217 477 19 200 .227 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 100 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pet Del McRse KC ;· Brett KC . eFiore Det Coquette KC Bostock Min L.ynn Bos Munson NY 8 Bell Cle Patek KC Carew win Sraub Del Carty Cle Lemon Chi Piniella NY RiMiller Bos Otis KC Horton Det Hargrove Tex Wynegar Min Brye Min Chambliss NY Belanger Bai Rivers NY .V.yney Mil R.While NY Yount Mil Harrah Tex Bo.ids Cal Fisk 80S Manning Cle Garr Chi North Oak Lezcano Mil Cooper Bos Dent Chi Randolph NY Petroce'ii Bos Gamble NY A.Johnson Det Remy Cal Ruai Oak Howell Tex J.Spencer Chi Grieve Tex Rice Bos P.Kelly Chi D.Evans Bos Grich Bal A.Rodriguez G.Scott Mil Randle Tex Kekich Tex Boihte Cal Sharp Mil Mayberry KC Hendrick Cle OThompson Bumbry Bal B Downing Chi Ystrzemski Bos L.May Bal Braun Min Garner Oak Beniquer Tex Hisie Min Cowens KC Burroughs Tex D.Duncan Bal Aaron Mil Chalk Cal F.White KC Burleson Bos Fcrd Min Orta Chi Muser Bal Ashby Cle Sutherland Mil C.May NY Singleton Bal Duffy Cle Kuiper Cle ReJackson Bal Haney Oak Randall Min Spikes Cle Sundberg Tex Bradtord Chi Bando Oak C.Moore Mil RoJackson Cal C.Washing tn Smalley Min Baylor Oak DeCinces Bal Porter Mil J.Thompson Det Campancris Oak P.Garcia Det Etchebarren Cal Brohamer Chi McKay Min B Williams Oak G.Netties NY Doyle Bos Melton Cal Blair Bal Veryzer Det L.Stanton Cal R.Torres Cal Mason NY B.Robinson Bal 219 38 78 243 37 85 216 36 75 135 20 45 144 21 47 186 25 60 240 31 77 217 36 69 174 33 55 226 35 70 202 26 62 189 26 58 150 13 46 146 16 44 100 15 30 227 46 154 21 46 42 60 191 17 57 101 13 30 243 30 72 206 27 61 223 36 66 219 31 64 231 41 67 207 23 60 202 25 58 211 31 60 190 35 54 243 32 69 206 23 58 224 39 63 162 17 45 113 16 31 224 20 61 195 27 53 140 13 38 140 17 38 199 20 54 236 32 64 170 21 46 207 31 56 200 25 54 217 26 58 195 33 52 132 25 35 204 27 54 172 30 45 19 57 24 55 218 211 166 23 43 157 23 40 220 22 56 118 9 30 225 36 57 210 32 53 131 11 33 156 24 39 152 19 36 197 29 49 12 181 25 45 12 157 17 39 1 214 12 53 2 198 21 49 0 227 34 56 S 220 31 54 229 29 56 127 11 31 140 9 34 202 19 49 153 16 37 179 24 43 221 32 53 230 27 55 126 12 30 158 17 37 133 14 31 133 18 31 198 22 46 155 14 36 200 17 46 140 24 32 114 8 26 158 12 36 154 16 35 159 16 36 125 15 28 215 28 48 10 121 19 27 139 20 31 Oak 227 30 50 155 21 34 233 31 51 156 12 34 152 16 33 148 16 32 222 23 48 137 17 29 29 27 28 174 19 36 214 27 44 14 32 137 128 134 156 16 38 11 34 189 176 135 10 26 138 6 26 101 108 30 .356 24 .350 19 .347 18 .333 18 .326 21 .323 41 .321 22 .318 25 .316 24 .310 34 .307 35 .307 19 .307 18 .301 10 .300 43 .300 33 .299 33 .299 28 .298 10 .297 43 .296 17 .296 26 .296 35 .292 28 .290 18 .290 27 .287 27 .284 28 .284 21 .284 13 282 7 .281 20 .278 IB .274 19 .272 11 .272 19 .271 26 .271 27 .271 13 .271 37 .271 27 .271 25 .270 36 .267 30 .267 18 .265 26 .265 15 .262 21 .261 31 .261 15 .259 0 .255 24 .255 5 .254 40 .253 29 .252 11 .252 11 .250 17 .250 38 .249 39 .249 21 .248 31 .248 7 .247 35 .247 30 .245 47 .245 4 .244 18 .243 15 .243 18 .242 17 ,240 36 .240 23 .239 16 .238 25 .234 10 .233 13 .233 19 .232 14 .232 21 .230 24 .229 6 .228 7 .228 9 .227 9 .226 .14 .224 34 .223 13 .223 12 .223 24 .220 8 .219 26 .219 19 .218 11 .217 20 .216 12 .216 12 .212 12 .212 11 .211 8 .209 26 .207 23 .206 13 .205 29 .201 8 .193 14 .193 13 .188 11 .185 6 .149 6 .148 Travers Mil Lyle NY Fidrych Det Foucault Tex Gariand Bal Wood Chi D.Hamilton Chi Buskey Cle J.Brown Cle Gossage Chi W.Campbell Min C.Carroll Chi P.Dobson Cle Kern Cle Killer Det Leonard KC Umbarger Tex Hoitrman NY Bird KC Tiant Bos Tanana Cal Palmer Bal Blue Oak Briles Tex G Perry Tex Pattin KC Jenkins Bos D Roberts Det Slaton Mil Cleveland Bos Fitzmorris KC Ross Cal D.Alexander NY E.Figueroa NY Fingers Oak Blyleven Tex Hunter NY Todd Oak R.May Bal Colborn Mil Singer Min Wise Bos D.Ellis NY Grimsley Bal M.Torrez Oak Ryan Cal Vuckovich Chi Eckcrsley Cle Goltz Min Broberg Mil Kirkwood Cal Forster Chi Splittorft KC Ruhie Det Pole Bos Coleman Det J.Hughes Min B'bby Cle E.Rodriguez Mil Bare Det Decker Mm P.Mitchell Oak B.Johnson Chi Drago Cal Cuel'ar Bal PITCHING 5 or more decisions IP H BB S O W L ERA 96 74 40 59 8 3 1.59 54 46 13 35 4 4 1.83 5B 43 10 28 5 I 1.86 32 25 7 17 5 2 1.93 56 46 17 20 6 0 2.09 . 56 51 11 30 4 3 2.24 43 36 18 26 2 3 2.28 30 23 10 12 2 3 2.35 86 74 25 45 6 2 2.39 95 76 36 66 5 4 2.54 56 42 29 28 7 2 2.56 52 44 15 29 3 3 2.56 90 76 24 46 7 5 2.60 55 41 26 49 6 2 2.60 39 30 23 38 4 3 2.75 111 103 34 74 7 2 2.75 89 84 27 49 7 5 2.82 105 109 36 26 5 4 2.83 84 78 15 51 7 1 '" 99110 23 43 B 4 2.88 2.98 118100 31 121 8 5 3.04 125 110 50 54 7 7 3.09 107 116 28 54 6 6 3.09 87 86 17 41 6 3 3.19 101 87 25 59 7 4 3.21 24 29 10 19 1 7 3.28 100 93 27 67 5 7 3.32 89 73 24 32 6 5 3.34 115103 35 52 8 4 3.35 53 54 18 19 3 2 3.40 86 99 18 30 8 2 3.44 83 94 19 55 4 8 3.46 64 58 24 17 3 ' " 102 93 39 50 7 3.50 4 3.53 48 44 15 43 3 5 3.54 121 130 40 95 4 8 3.62 141 108 32 73 8 6 3.64 47 42 17 15 6 5 3.64 76 59 31 44 5 3 3.66 82 73 24 38 3 8 3.70 82 74 36 41 5 2 3.72 76 77 19 31 5 3 3.77 78 65 35 27 6 4 3.78 53 55 15 16 I 4 3.86 103 98 46 45 6 8 3.93 102 69 73 113 5 7 4.06 46 51 20 26 4 2 4.11 60 52 27 52 3 5 4.15 98102 31 61 7 3 4.21 45 41 34 13 1 5 4.34 79 89 20 38 2 6 4.42 52 63 21 38 1 4 4.47 96 106 37 37 6 6 4.48 72 83 24 42 5 3 4.58 58 60 27 22 3 4 4.78 66 80 34 37 2 5 4.86 68 75 27 38 2 8 4.98 34 49 14 18 2 3 4.98 28 23 17 15 I S '" 65 81 30 34 3 5 5.02 5.07 54 59 45 33 2 6 5.27 51 67 10 30 3 3 5.40 70 80 26 36 3 7 5.79 25 32 11 15 I 4 5.96 61 83 31 16 3 7 6.02 Softball Standings North Charleston stand- First'rJIvision Second Division T _,_ «/ i Team.. .,, W L Hensen Trucking... Roto Rooter Five Corners Gunnce's The SI'and St Francis 14 5 Sportman. "in o Tic Toe Tire. , 9 K.V.D 5 11 City Wide 5 n PMC 3 13 IBEW 2 14 Hoyer Brothers... .20 0 14 6 .14 6 7 5 8 7 5 11 3 12 Church Softball Standings Men East .' Team Central Prcsby Oakridge Starcher Randolph St. .. Trinity Me'h.. St. Marks Asbury West .W ..13 12 ..10 8 5 4 .3 0 L 2 2 3 5 t 10 9 12 Team Grace Emmanuel Bream Calvery Christ Meth Trinity Luth B'Nal Jacob St. Paul W 14 1! .9 ....6 .... ... 1 Ml L 1 2 4 3 9 11 10 Women St. Marks 13 2 Emmanual 5-4 ? Cer , tr8 |... i i Morris Mem 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet Cincinnati 2214'378 645 67 363 .291 Philadelphia 2017 333 577 48 314 .284 Pittsburgh 2071 240 546 46 230 .264 Chicago 2073 253 541 39 232 .261 Los Angeles 2243 268 580 43 250 .259 Houston 2151 243 552 28 217 .257 SanFrancisco 2234 226 567 28 206 .254 St. Louis 2163 232 542 28 216 .251 San Diego 2034 247 503 29 233 .247 New York 2219 247 537 53 233 .242 Atlanta 1975 233 473 34 220 .240 Montreal 1861 207 436 36 199 .234 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 100 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI PCI 163 24 57 2 15 .350 209 32 72 10 228 34 78 14 212 53 72 3 Cin McBride StL A.Oliver Pgh G.Foster C- Grifley Cin W.Robinson Morgan Cin Rose Cin Herndon SF Cey LA Cardenal Chi W.Crawford StL G.Maddox Phi Madlock Chi Garvey LA Montanez Atl Andrews Htn Boone Phi R.Allen Phi Torre NY Cedeno Htn D.Cash Phi Buckner LA Johnstone Phi Schmidt Phi Russell LA Cabell Htn Gross Htn Oltice Atl Geronitno Cin Monday Chi Zisk Pgh Luzinski Phi Fuentes SD Milner NY E.Hernandz SD D.Parker Pgh Kranepool NY J.Mangual Mil Tyson StL Stargell Pgh T.Perez Cin Reitz SF Swisher Chi DoRader SD W.Davis SD Brock StL Wintield SD Tolan Phi Concepcion Cin J.Cruz Htn Henderson Atl Trillo Chi Ivie SD Harris StL Simmons StL Joshua SF Watson Htn Cnaney Atl Bowa Phi Lacy All Mailhews SF Sanguillen Pgh Grote NY Murcer SF Baker LA Foli Mil Bench Cin J.White Mil Milbourne Htn J.Morales Chi Sizemore LA Lopes LA Foote Mil Rosello Chi Tavcras Pgh Kessinger StL Speier SF Stennett Pgh Kingman NY H.Torres SD Carter Mil Jorgensen Mt! D.Thomas SF Royster Atl M.Perez SF Millan NY Wynn Atl Pocoroba Atl W.Garrelt NY R.Metzger Htn Mackanin Mil DaRadcr SF Yeager LA Unser NY Ferguson S1L C.Johnson Htn R.Smith LA McCovey SD Kendall SD Harrelson NY Parrish Mtl Hebner Pgh Howard Hln E.Williams Atl Pgh 149 23 50 10 176 49 59 12 253 56 84 138 19 45 1 224 35 73 11 248 34 80 6 177 25 57 4 187 28 59 3 222 26 70 267 35 84 243 23 76 138 13 43 162 24 50 130 22 40 43 140 216 41 66 10 247 43 75 264 32 80 152 30 46 217 49 65 195 25 58 206 25 61 196 18 58 210 33 62 163 19 48 225 46 66 II 222 27 65 202 30 59 202 18 59 163 22 47 125 16 36 164 18 47 199 26 57 133 23 36 14 34 119 241 0 4 5 2 1 173 21 49 8 216 40 61 10 15 68 17 S3 194 22 54 213 29 59 208 31 57 224 45 61 114 14 31 228 36 62 141 15 38 182 20 49 224 15 60 128 20 34 162 16 43 229 19 60 157 13 41 226 25 59 42 58 155 18 40 241 31 62 191 29 49 168 14 43 28 60 161 223 31 236 240 28 61 183 15 46 176 27 44 174 21 43 134 21 33 212 29 52 106 6 26 139 18 34 119 14 29 153 21 37 166 19 40 0 212 27 51 1 233 24 56 0 250 18 60 1 259 40 62 23 117 7 28 155 152 224 16 37 12 36 30 53 179 22 42 ill 211 178 33 41 26 12 26 17 49 31 .344 59 .342 40 .340 22 .336 48 .335 29 .332 8 .326 42 .326 28 .323 22 .322 24 .316 35 .315 37 .315 22 .313 8 .312 26 .309 25 .308 11 .307 34 .306 30 .304 20 .303 23 .303 51 .300 25 .297 23 .296 11 .296 24 .295 17 .294 38 .293 30 .293 41 .292 17 .292 28 .288 13 .288 30 .287 22 .286 11 .286 16 .286 21 .283 50 .282 77 .282 20 .282 28 .278 23 .277 25 .274 44 .272 19 .272 26 .272 22 .270 26 .269 28 .268 23 .266 15 .265 28 .262 2 .261 29 .261 18 .261 22 .260 16 .258 37 .257 8 .257 14 .256 36 .254 23 .254 23 .251 32 .250 18 .247 7 .246 23 .245 7 .245 10 .245 10 .244 7 .242 10 .241 13 .241 21 .240 22 .240 50 .239 10 .239 21 .239 11 .237 12 .237 12 .235 6 .234 10 .232 27 .230 7 .230 20 .229 9 .229 18 .228 9 .226 18 .226 22 .222 18 .222 23 .218 23 .218 18 .216 10 ,213 13 .210 23 .209 15 .207 12 .205 15 .203 25 .203 23 .198 11 .164 113 12 192 26 44 192 13 44 193 25 44 115 10 26 1 177 24 40 7 216 23 48 4 189 26 42 6 156 20 34 6 170 20 37 8 116 12 25 2 155 13 33 0 143 10 30 I 187 23 39 2 188 22 39 I 122 16 25 1 118 14 24 7 Thornton Mtl 148 18 30 5 HecCruz SIL 192 17 38 6 D.Evans SF 152 12 25 2 PITCHING 5 or more decisions IP H BB S O W L E R A 50 39 1819 5 1 1.25 56 39 19 14 2 3 2.09 59 53 19 34 6 2 2.11 50 47 22 28 2 4 2.16 35 19 18 38 3 2 2.29 109 84 27 62 8 1 2.30 130110 15 41 12 3 2.49 88 91 29 36 6 3 2.55 70 59 25 52 5 2 2.57 97 66 35 67 5 5 2.60 100 78 16 46 6 3 2.70 56 36 34 39 7 2 2.72 J9 37 25 15 4 2 2.76 98 94 25 52 9 3 2.76 45 40 18 18 3 2 2.76 103 66 31 75 7 6 2.79 117 94 38 94 7 5 2.83 77 76 23 29 7 3 2.92 42 40 11 28 4 3 2.98 35 34 12 30 4 3 3.06 88 87 12 42 6 2 3.07 116 94 63 79 7 7 3.09 69 63 21 30 4 4 3.10 89 96 22 32 4 5 3.11 77 81 25 62 3 8 3.14 76 78 36 37 6 3 3.18 83 80 29 53 7 6 3.23 60 21 53 6 Freisleben SD A.Foster SD Gullet) Cin Laveile SF Lockwood NY Matlack NY R.Jones SD Rau LA Zachry Cin Mssrsmith Atl G.Nolan Cin Hough LA Stanhouse Mil Lonborg Phi Mollitt SF Monlefusco SF Seaver NY Christenson Phi Easlwick Cin McGraw Phi Kaat Phi J.Richard Htn Kison Pgh Barr SF Lolich NY Bonham Chi Ruthven Atl Candelaria Pgh Zamora Chi John LA J.Niekro Htn Rhoden LA Rogers Mtl Hrabosky StL Reed Phi Strom SD Swan NY Spillner SD Fryman Mtl P Niekro All Carrithers Mtl McGlothen SIL Carlton Phi Reuss Pgh DORESSLER SF Norman Cin Rookw Pgh Denny StL Mcdich Pgh Koosman NY Falcone StL Curtis StL Hooton LA Dierker Htn Sutnxt LA R.Rcuschel Chi Burris Chi Marshall LA Rasmussen SIL Cosgrove Htn T.Griflin Htn Anduiar Htn Alcala Cin Kirby Mtl Morton At! Billingham Cin warthen Mtl Halickl SF E.Sosa Atl Darcy Cin Garman Chi 3.25 40 38 10 18 3 2 3.35 74 82 23 33 3 4 3.39 69 67 34 40 3 6 3.39 79 80 23 36 5 0 3.40 70 59 25 44 2 3 3.44 46 42 19 35 4 5 3.47 49 41 15 33 5 1 3.49 85 73 29 39 6 5 3.57 72 64 22 56 3 6 3.61 64 69 30 34 1 6 3.66 86 93 31 49 7 4 3.66 93 87 36 63 4 4 3.66 54 52 39 27 2 5 3.67 81 94 26 31 5 6 3.78 89 87 22 57 6 3 3.83 91 89 22 46 7 5 3.84 39 42 13 10 I 5 3.86 44 41 26 31 4 1 3.89 71 75 25 29 6 3 3.91 75 86 23 27 2 4 3.96 86 88 28 43 5 5 3.96 82 85 23 50 6 5 4.03 81 74 34 55 5 5 4.09 76 86 33 27 4 6 4.13 87 90 25 44 5 6 4.14 77 68 34 49 6 6 4.19 102 105 31 59 6 6 4.24 97 100 27 52 7 4 4.27 85 105 37 31 3 8 4.31 62 64 25 39 4 3 4.45 43 46 21 23 3 6 4.53 58 69 36 14 2 4 4.60 30 31 26 19 4 1 4.70 51 45 30 11 2 4 4.70 53 47 28 28 6 2 4.75 36 35 26 20 0 5 4.91 78 104 30 26 0 6 5.03 82 98 28 34 5 5 5.05 54 49 39 44 1 7 5.10 75 87 33 46 4 10 5.47 30 38 9 27 3 4 5.93 39 41 22 15 2 3 6.23 37 48 19 20 2 4 6.57 Tanner Protests Sale of Lahoud LOCAL SHORTS Boulevard Team Needs Two Wins; Road Runners Plan 'Fun'Event Today The Boulevard Recreation team needs only two more wins to clinch a tie for the title in the Kanawha Valley Independent baseball league. Four games are scheduled today. Following are last week's results, the standings and today's schedule: Team.. Independent Baseball standings W L Team ..W L Boulevard Rec's 17 1 west Side 9 9 Poca 12 5 EastBank 8 9 LincolnCo 12 6 Sam'sPlumbing 4 14 St.Albans 9 9 Marmet 0 16 Sunday's schedule: Boulevard Rec's at Marmet; Lincoln Co. at West Side; Poca at Sam's Plumbing; St. Albansat East Bank. Last Week's Results Sam'sPlumbing 2 0 1 0 1 0 2-6 8 6 SI. Albans 010 153 2-1210 1 Godbey and Joseph, Francis; Carr, Wallace and Powers. Hitting: Sam's-Hunt 2-2 including triple, Bradley 2-3 including double and triple; S.A.--Carr 2-3 in eluding double; Harpold3-5. Sam'sPlumbing 010 00--1 4 12 EastBank 650 31-15 12 0 Godbey and Davidson; D. O'Neal and B. Milam; Sam's-Wall 2-2 including double; E.B.--C. Milam 2-4 including double; Reynolds 2-4 including triple; Stone 2-4; Webb home run. EastBank 200 002 0-4 5 3 Sam's Plumbing 204 010 x-9 8 1 Hunt and Davidson; King, D. O'Neal, Hodge and B. Milam. Sam's-Fauber 2-3; Hunt, home run; Deaden 3-3 including double. E.B.-Summers 2-3 including triple; r iP ' e - 333 0,2 2 - . 4 ,3 Marniei""!.! «" 10 ° 3 ~ 8 14 Knell and Oakes; Clark and Stewart. Hitting: Poca- Persinger 3-3; Knell two double; Oakes double; Crowder double. McGhK home run. ^ ^ ( _ ,, , Marmet::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::" MO «« °- McGhee and Oakes, Crowder; Keeney and Clark, Karney Hitting: Poca-Crowder, double and home run; Smith oouble. Marmet-Vealey triple. Boulevard Rec's '« »» »-' ' West Side 100 302 0-6 II B. King, D. Light and G. Lawson; S. KightandP. Hill. Hitting- Boulevard--T. Lawson two home runs; B. Bannister 2-4 including home run; E. Fulks home run; G. Lawson 2p3. Wcst-R. Arthur home run; Hill home run; Walker home run. Tabor 2-4, Jones 2-3. Boulevard Rec's M L Mn L 0 r ", 'S WestSide *M 000 0-4 B G Monk and B. Kreig; Long, Hammer, and R. Arthur. Hitting: Boulevard-A. Hughes 2-4; B. Bannister 3-4; W. Terry 2-4 including home run; C. Waldron 2-4; M, Hairston 3-4; E. Fulks 2-4. West-R. Arthur home run; P. Hill home run. Fun Event Kanawha Valley Road Runners has a "fun" event coming up at 2 p.m. today. It'll begin at Morris Harvey College and involve four-person teams: a runner, a swimmer, a byclist and a strong-of-back individual. The first person will run, the second swim the Kanawha River, the third bicycle and the fourth push the cyclist in a wheelbarrow. Summer Programs The North Charleston Community Center is offering the following summer programs: Basketball league for 18-and-over from June 21 to Aug. 20.; Girls' basketball league for ages 14-18 from June 21 to Aug. 20; Basketball league for men over 30 from June 28 to Aug. 27: free adult tennis lessons starting June 28 for six weeks. To participate in any of the above activities, contact Charlie Stephenson at 348-6884. National Tourney July 24-27 The 10th annual National Baseball Tour- nament will be held in Louisville July 24-27, involving teams from West Virginia, Ohio. Tennessee, Indiana, Illinois, Missouri, Georgia and Kentucky. Three age divisions-9-11,12-13, and 14-16--will compete. Additional information can be obtained by contacting C. F. Schildt, 406 Breckinridge Lane, Louisville, 40207. Pinch-Hitters to Meet The Charleston Charlies' pinch-Hitters will meet at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at Watt Powell Park. Ida Haynes Bowls 553 Ida Haynes bowled a 254 game and 553 series to lead the Mountaineers Bowling League last week. Pat Boggs rolled a 206-515 score, Janet Edens had a 504 series and Patti Pritt had a 200 game. Riverside Dates Changed MASON-The Riverside Golf Tournament dates have been changed to July 10-11 instead of July 11-12. Girls Team Seeks Games The Bill's Creek girls softball team is seeking games. Teams may call manager Sam McCormick at 755-2291 or 755-7119. Four Weight-Lifting Records PARKERSBURG-Four state records were broken last week in the West Virginia State High School Power Open at Parkersburg Community College. Dana Bee of Parkersburg broke the bench press record with a lift of 235 pounds in the 148-pound division. Kevin Kapp of Sistersville set a dead-lift record with a 405 l i f t in the 165-pound division. Jeff Godwin set two records in the 198-pound class with a 470 deadlift and a record-total of 720. West Virginia Tech football player Rick Boone (center) receives fwn 1 A an award as the outstanding athlete at Tech from donor A.\V. i Of* h A f*t Orndorff (right). Athletic director Neal Baisi is at left. Boone, a JL \5\^tl' SM. V~s O graduate of Greenbrier East High, played offensive guard and was a place kicker on the Tech grid team. Indiana and North Carolina Lead Way in Cage Recruiting ^ B'nai Jacob ^ Presby Christ Melt] 7 OAKLAND (AP) - Oakland Manager Chuck Tanner has filed a protest with the American League against the California Angels' sale of Joe Lahoud to the Texas Rangers, an action which, in effect, protests Commissioner Bowie Kuhn's ruling Friday against the A's. In a telegram Friday to league president Lee MacPhail Jr., Tanner questioned the sale of Lahoud, an unsigned player who was sold by to the Rangers before the June 15 trading deadline. Kuhn has blocked the sale of three Oakland players--Joe Rudi and Rollie Fingers tQ,tfie Boston Red Sox for ?1 million apiece and Vida Blue to the New York Yankees for $1.5 million. "Texas bought Lahoud from California and nobody stopped that deal," said Tanner. "Therefore, I have filed a protest wilh the league on all Texas and Cali- forniaJ^ames." ROANOKE, Va. (AP) - Defending NCAA champion Indiana and Atlantic Coast Conference perennial contender North Carolina led the way as college basketball's traditional powers grabbed a good share of the top high school talent in this year's recuriting campaign. The annual survey by The Roanoke Times made for The Associated Press showed that Indiana and North Carolina each signed four of the top 40 high school players. The top 40 is a compilation of nine scholastic All-America teams, two recruiting services, and the opinions of some of the country's top college coaches. It was a bonanza year for Indiana, which graduated four starters from its undefeated team. The same was true for North Carolina, which lost only first-round draft pick Mitch Kupchak, a member of the United States Olympic team. The Hoosiers got Glen Grunwaid, a hot- shooting 6-foot-9 forward from Franklin Park, 111.; Ohio's Player of the Year, 6-5 Butch Carter from the traditional basketball hotbed of Middletown; 6-10 Derek Hoi- comb, a raw-boned ce er from Peoria, 111., and Mike Miday of Canton, Ohio, whom one coach termed "a 6-7 Kent Benson." North Carolinas' quartet of prospective stars included its home state best, 6-4 John Virgil of Elm City; Indiana's Mr. Basketball, guard Dave Colescott; 6-10 Steve Krafcisin of Oak Lawn, 111., and 6-6 Mike O'Koren of Jersey City, N.J. Many of the country's other powers also did well. North Carolina State got three premier plays--guards Clyde (The Glide) Austin of Richmond, Va., and Brian Walker of Lebanon, Ind., plus 6-5 Charles ( H a w k e y e ) Whitney of Hyattsville, Md. Maryland, Louisville, UCLA and Kentucky, all familiar names in college basketball, each signed two players off the list. Louisville got two hometown boys from Male High, Darrell Griffith and Bobby Turner, each a 2,000-point scorer in his career. ROANOKE, Va. (API - The nation's top 40 high school basketball players and where they're going to college: Mike GmlnsKl, 6-11, Monroe, Conn.; Duke; Ja- warm Oldham, 6-11, Seattle, Wash,, Seattle; Ed Scheurmann, 6-11, Pittsburgh, Pitt; Ricky Brown, 6-10, Atlanta, Mississippi State; Jim Gra- zlino, 400, Farmingdale, N.Y., South Carolina; Derek Holcomb, 6-10, Peris, III., Indiana; Staurt House, 6-10, Detroit, Washington State, Steve Krafcisin, 6-10, Oak Park, III., North Carolina; Lavon Mercer, 6-10, Metter, Ga.. Georgia; Glen Grunwaid, 6-9, Franklin Park, III., Indiana. Gig Sins. 6-9, Redondo Beach. Calif., UCLA; Reggie Johnson, 6-8, Ellenwood. Ga« Tennessee; Jonathan Moore, 6-8, Charleston, 3.C., Furman; Johnny Parker, 6-8, St. Louis, St. Louis; James Wll- kes, 6-8, Los Angeles, UCLA; Mike Brooks, 6-7, Philadelphia, LaSalle; Albert Jones, 6-7, Houston, New Mexico Slate; Mike Miday, 6-7, Canton. Ohio, Indiana; Craig Sheilon, 6-7, Washington, Georgetown; LaVon Williams, 6-7, Denver, Kentucky. Sylvester Williams, 6-7, New Haven, Conn., Providence; Bill Bryant, 6-6, Washington, Maryland; Greg Johnson, 66, Cincin all, Cincinnati; Johnny Nash, 66, Long Beach, Calil., Arljona State; Mike O'Koren, 6-4, Jersey City, N.J., North Carolina; Butch Carler, 6-5, Mid- dietown, Ohio, Indiana; Levi Cobb, 6-5, Chicago, Illinois; Stan Walker, 6-5, Bca- vcrton Ore, Washington; Charles Whitney, 6-5, Hyaltsvllle, Md., N.C. Slate; Darrell Griffith, 6-4, Louisville, Ky., Louisville. Bobby Turner, 6-4, Louisville, Ky.. Louisville; John Virgil t-t. Elm City, |j", Norlh Carolina; Rich Brannlnc, 6-3, Huntington Beach, Calif., Notre Dame, Jo jo Hunter. 6-3, Washington, Maryland, Clyde Auslin, 6-2, Richmond, Va., N.C. State; Brian Walker, 6-2 Lebanon Ind N.C. State; Dave Colescott, 6-1, Marion, Ind., North Carolina; Tyrone Ladson, 6-1, New York, Kansas State, Ronnie Perry, 6-1, west Roxbury, Mass., Holy Cross; Jay Shidler, 6-1, Lawrencevidc, til.. Ken- lucky. DWECTFRWrUOKYO,MPWI FRIDAYEVEMNG, JUNE 25th TH[ BATTLE OF THtCHAMPIOHS 15 ROUNDS IHAMMAD ALI WO«IDHE»VYWECH BOXINGCH4MPION ANTONIO INOKI JAPANESE REbllNO CHAMP ION Presented IT I j wKca UJKflZ At The Chorlejf on Civic Center 8:30 p.m. Fri.-June25 TICKETS $10.00 Araktfen'tSeys.CrmCenter.lWs . How to earn an instant rebate of up to $250 on a 1976 Wheel Horse. First, make your own deal on the B-80 or A-70 with your local Wheel Horse dealer. He's in a bargaining mood these days because he wants to move merchandise. He'll listen to your offer. 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