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aC--Aug. 13, 1972 Sunday Gasftte-Matl --ChirltHen, W»t vrtlnli Major League Averages AMERICAN LIAGUE Kansas City Boston California Nwv Fork MinnesoU Chicago Oakland Cleveland MilwaukM Detroit Baltimore Tnett St. Louis Houston TEAM IATTING At R H HR RBI Pet JJ75 39* «07 51 375 .757 3532 432 903 78 401 .254 WOO 332 891 60 305 .216 3471 378 858 61 352 .247 3524 375 858 *6 355 .243 AH , nt , 3498 399 834 7* 369 .238 ( a " 8nM 3629 414 858 3537 316 819 3507 330 812 64 310 .732 3470 365 801 86 34? .231 3471 374 3520 331 NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING Groza Rebuilding Career and ABA Team . 07 389 ,?3«| ch 'CaOO ;., iCincinnati Ru* Oak Sehoinblum KC Piniella KC B»rry Cal Car«w Min Otis KC Braun Min O.Allen Chi Flsk Bos C.May Chi Thompson Min Blltlner Tex Grlcti Bll Klrfcpatrldc KC Munson NY McMulltn C»l R.Oliver Cal Brians Mil Blombero NF Rol»s KC Whlt« NV Murcer NY Griffin Bos H»rper Bos M«yb*rry KC Aparicio Bos E.Rodrigi-ez Mil Plnson Cal F.Alou NY Epstein Oak Billings T«x CNtmbllss Cle Hirrah Tex P.Kelly CW Dirwin Mfn R,Smith Bos Brahamer CM Alomar Cal Htlse Mil Frt«h»n Dot Sa»tt Mil Rekfwntt CW Ca* D«t B.Robinson Bal P«trocelli Boi R.Jtduon Oik No thrup Del Biylor B»l G.N«rri« Cle FtstrzemsM Bos MeCraw en F»rraro Mil Barxlo o»K Tovir Min Clarke NY B»ll Cle Melton Chi Cater Bos Klllebrew Min RWIenmund Bal Mtddox Tex Fo»e Cle Fart Tex Theobald Mil J.Powell Bal M.Stsnley Det Duncan Oak McAuliffe Oet Cardenas Cal D.Johnson Bal Herrmann CM O. Nelson Tex Patek KC D.May Mil Stanton Cal Compane is Oak F.Howard Tex Morales Chi A. Rodriguez Del Unter Cle Ltnoud Mil Bufard Bal Autrbach MM Andrews Chi W. Morton Det A.Jonnson Cle Lovltto Tex Blair Bal Mldiael NY Sdwal KC Duffy Cle E.Brlnkman Dfft Randle Tex Btlanger Bal Sodtrtiolm Min 26 .277 38 .277 57 .776 75 .275 21 .274 38 .273 28 .267 13 .267 57 .246 42 .265 27 .262 17 .267 10 .262 46 .261 62 .260 34 .260 INDIVIDUAL BATTINO 200 or more it bats AB R H HR RBI Pet 428 72 137 15 i3 .320 301 42 95 8 391 52 120 9 269 ?2 82 5 359 41 109 0 376 51 114 8 245 26 74 2 358 68 108 28 293 53 8« 18 369 65 110 10 55 .298 386 44 112 4 33 .290 223 72 64 2 16 .787 301 45 84 9 33 .286 259 34 74 7 31 .284 34? 37 97 5 35 .784 347 30 98 8 25 .282 405 42 114 14 52 .281 293 42 82 15 46 .280 211 22 59 9 35 .280 354 39 99 J 45 .280 369 54 103 7 332 66 106 18 561 34 100 1 372 63 10J 10 340 32 94 10 240 22 M 0 201 13 55 2 333 40 91 5 213 22 X 3 321 46 87 18 325 28 88 3 265 28 71 4 307 43 82 1 266 41 71 7 344 37 92 15 310 49 82 11 359 36 94 3 424 43 111 ! 214 15 56 0 280 40 73 6 392 46 102 13 208 25 54 7 318 35 82 V 390 38 100 7 355 40 91 11 347 51 94 21 289 » 74 6 21» 23 54 8 372 43 95 8 276 37 70 2 284 33 72 4 225 10 57 2 384 50 97 11 393 39 99 1 364 41 90 1 293 20 72 4 208 22 51 7 282 29 69 8 313 40 76 19 256 36 62 5 240 26 58 0 315 26 76 6 276 30 66 10 2oo 32 64 I 303 37 72 15 283 29 68 12 319 33 75 15 268 31 63 5 38? 21 71 4 271 24 45 3 227 14 S3 7 349 51 M 2 368 44 85 0 369 39 65 7 246 30 61 8' 437 52 100 S 223 19 51 6 211 20 48 2 425 48 96 7 294 24 66 1 204 22 45 7 .322 37 71 3 370 33 II 1 341 42 79 5 229 26 50 7 299 25 45 6 251 17 S3 1 351 32 74 5 247 20.52 1 258 25 54 2 239 IV A 2 355 24 72 3 249 29 4» 2 21 .193 209 30 39 1 14 .167 261 22 44 11 37 .164 New YorK San Diego Htn 47 .314 49 .307 33 .305 y, '^'B.Williams Chi j£ iodines' Pun" J, -Si Mota LA 43 ''""I Baker All Garr Atl Buckner LA Sanguillen Pgh M.Alou StL Stargtll Pgh Let SD Brock StL A.OIiv«r Pqh Clemente Pgh Hebner Pgh i Watson Htn Torre SIL Carty Atl Santo Chi Simmons StL Staub NY L.May Htn Stennett Pgh NEW YORK (AP) - Alex j Groza is helping build a new basketball team 20 years after he started rebuilding a career that had been shattered by involvement in a betting scandal. "At least we know we have 18 players," Groza said the past week after drafting play- AB R H HR RBI fet ers as the general manager of 3765 4851052 82 460.279 the San Diego Conquistadors, 3575396 »38 49 3w ,2« wno will start play in the -^American Basketball Association this season. In 1952 all he had was hope and determination after pleading guilty to a conspiracy charge in connection with shaving points in games involving the University of Kentucky where he was an Ail-American. "I made a mistake but I didn't put myself on a shelf and hide," Groza recalled. "I went out into the public and people accepted me." Man Gave Him Hope 3766 507 983 10 3734 443 965 100 418 .2i8 363J 459 "?4 89 423 .257 3578 384 9C2 67 357 .252 3581 477 884 67 437 .247 3441 462 878 1C4 «20 .240 3549 331 830 42 309 .234 3372 331 779 49 295 .230 3437 356 775 70 330 .226 3635 339 814 74 314 .224 INDIVIDUAL BATTINS 200 or mor* at bait AB R H HR RBI Pel T Perez Cln W.Parke LA Rose Cin Russell LA Tolan Cin Hldtman Chi Morgan Cin W.Davis LA Wynn Htn Gaston SD C.Jones NY E.Williams Atl Ca denal Chi Kessinger Chi ·X -^ISpeler SF « '~j? Bench Cin '? -if?!Alley Pgh *' -25* I Helms Htn . if -iS Hutton Phi '* ·?, Casl. Pgh ,? ·££ Singleton Mtl 31 -" 4 Sizemore SIL Garvey LA Edwards Htn Bonds SF H.Aaron Atl McCarver Mtl Beckirt CM Maddox SF Fucntes SF DvRadcr SF Hunt Mtl Millar, Atl Valentine LA Falrlv Mtl 378 79 133 412 67 140 249 41 84 239 41 80 267 42 88 275 34 89 399 63 129 247 29 79 377 43 120 371 42 118 340 55 107 251 35 79 440 55 137 411 62 127 256 47 79 264 43 81 406 56 124 393 55 120 215 29 65 317 40 95 393 48 117 212 30 63 411 65 121 215 23 63 352 44 103 278 27 81 437 70 127 256 28 74 417 56 120 247 46 71 20 .254 18 .253 54 .253 24 .252 23 .246 25 .244 30 .245 37 .245 52 .243 19 .242 8 .245 24 .241 35 .239 ~iT .139 53 .238 39 .234 53 .235 21 .235 31 .234 28 .234 X .233 22 .233 23 .23 29 .230 30 .229 18 .229 24 .229 15 J2\ 39 .226 15 .224 19 .221 18 .220 20 .219 29 .219 19 .218 26 .217 14 .211 35 .211 22 .211 23 .209 14 .209 32 .203 Milne Doyle Phi F.Robinson LA Evans Atl D.Roberts SD Age* NY Colbert SD Bowa Phi DgRade Htn Money Phi Montanez Phi Bailey MM Henderson SF Fregosl NY Day Mtl Morales SD D.Thomas SD M.Perez Atl Lum Atl Foil Mtl Maxvlll StL T.Martlnei NY Menke Cln Stahl SD Jptcr SD Crosby SIL Jorgensen Mtl Klngman SF PITCHING » or mor* decisions IP H BB SO W L ERA 160 118 27 33 13 4 1.69 747 179 55161 18 10 1.82 190 146 52 125 15 5 1.84 76 69 19 40 4 6 99 64 19 71 5 230 I9i 57 171 16 8 66 52 15 67 5 4 Kline NY G.Perry Cl« Palme Bal Lindblad Tex R.N*lson KC Hunter Oak Kaat Min Corbln Min Wood Chi Lollen Dct Fingers Oak 51 ay back Oet Odom Oak Hand Tex Holtzman Oak CoJaman Dot McOlothen Bos R.Woodson Min AltMnder Bal Cuallar Bal P.Dobsen Bal McMaily Bal N.Ryan Cal Timnwman D«t 133110 35 77 7 9 2.77 215 143 50 141 15 6 2.04 113 94 20 6410 2 2.06 99 81 39 49 6 6 2.27 262 223 4213519 11 2.30 2.31 2.32 61 49 20 49 4 5 2.34 116 101 52 43 9 4 2.40 123 88 69 79 » 6 2.40 200 168 35 104 14 9 2.43 196144 801581211 2.43 84 69 23 70 5 4 2.46 142 125 6» 97 9 10 2.49 71 53 21 34 5 6 2.51 168 135 51 90 12 9 2.52 195 162 4912313 11 2.53 178 157 47 88 11 10 2.72 173103 102 198 12 10 2.75 3 4 6 11 377 89 107 14 4*4 55 120 10 385 77 107 19 232 19 64 254 27 70 416 54 114 355 57 96 396 47 107 382 43 103 395 49 106 381 60 102 25 225 20 60 3 361 30 96 252 28 67 313 46 83 322 43 85 285 36 75 234 31 62 256 27 67 437 84 114 339 56 88 266 26 69 382 46 99 328 45 85 398 46 103 294 23 76 357 45 92 370 34 95 281 29 72 2!9 20 73 328 56 82 220 31 300 22 75 282 32 70 14 286 47 70 15 J42 26 59 276 38 67 398 63 95 404 42 96 401 50 95 380 38 90 368 43 87 335 44 79 289 37 68 285 27 67 264 21 62 244 26 57 346 35 80 389 27 89 268 25 61 341 26 77 231 21 52 236 17 S3 303 30 68 232 25 52 255 20 57 220 22 49 260 31 J7 5 4 19 11 0 11 12 5 4 2 7 2 7 5 19 23 6 3 7 6 5 0 10 55 10 1 4 7 31 0 17 10 10 11 I I 5 0 3 3 1 7 I 1 0 6 5 5 0 8 S3 .352 76 .340 19 .337 9 .315 37 .330 47 .324 38 .323 26 .320 « .318 30 .318 8' .315 30 .315 32 .311 64 .309 42 .309 43 .307 64 .305 57 .305 25 .302 47 .300 67 .298 36 .297 73 .294 23 .293 63 .293 38 .291 34 .291 26 .289 61 .288 ' 44 .267 51 .284 48 .283 63 -278 27 .276 35 .276 64 .274 51 .270 26 .270 44 .270 S6 .268 80 .268 30 .267 44 .266 29 .266 21 .265 32 .264 22 M3 22 .263 29 .262 60 .261 55 .260 25 .259 27 .259 37 .259 37 .259 25 .259 16 .258 26 .257 19 .256 47 32 .250 24 .250 18 .25 47 .248 50 .24 22 .244 33 .243 84 .239 15 .238 68 .237 36 .237 43 .236 39 .236 29 .235 30 .235 19 .235 12 .234 27 .231 24 .229 33 .226 25 .226 ALEX GROZA Former Kentucky Star broke, went back to Kentucky Groza. a player and parti in search of a job and met _ owner of the Indianapolis club!man who was to give him hope, of the National Basketball As-j "I was hired at General Elec- sociation when the scandaljtric in Louisville," said Groza CHESS Fischer Has White Pieces In Six of Last 11 Matches Metzoer Htn 342 55 75 23 Hundley Chi J.Crui StL Concapcion Cln Harrelson NY E.Hernnndz SD Boswcll NY 455 60 98 283 20 60 241 20 50 272 24 55 320 43 63 252 20 * 226 16 40 B.Robt tun Pgh 21S 14 31 22 .225 10 .225 30 .224 16 . 24 14 .224 16 .223 31 .219 62 .219 23 .215 27 .215 18 .207 20 .202 I 18 .197 12 .190 17 .177 25 .174 Robert Fischer won game 13 in his drive to win the chess championsip of the world. He now leads Boris Spassky by 8 to 3, a rather formidable margin with only 11 games left. Fischer needs 4% points; Spassky needs 7 points. And Fischer will play he white pieces in six of these inal decisive contests. The Russian champion started last week quite auspisciously, catching Fischer with a prepared variation and crushing the American challenger in his own pet "poisoned pawn" variation of the Sicilian Defense. This is recognized as a dangerous line for black; hardly a master will use it in an important garni except Fischer--and neither wil Fischer in the future withou some overhauling. The champi on's spectacular victory in the llth game last Sunday undoubtedly gave him quite a lift--and game Fischer was won J newer LA J.Perry Min Lonbom Mil Drago KC Slctacrt Bos R.May C*l L.Allen Cal Tldrow Cl» Ti«nt Be* Blue Oak Stottlemyre NY Blylcven Min P.Wt»«m NY Keklch NY HamiKon Oak Bradley Chi Spllttortt KC C.Wright Cal Wlleox Cle Sanders Mil Patfln Bos Seettwct! rxf Hedluno KC DalC»"ton KC E.Fisher Cal Lodcwood Mil .Behnsen Chi Basman Tex Brebera Tex Curtis Bos Roeker KC Panther Tex Let Bos Parsoni Mil Culp Bos Brett Mil R.Clark Cal l Tex ]64 141 42 48 11 10 2.79 144 131 41 95 10 6 2.82 164 182 35 100 8 13 2.88 154 150 44 97 10 7 2.91 129 105 54 103 5 8 3.00 71 45 41 40 3 7 3.03 144118 42 66 910 3.06 75 48 32 54 5 4 3.11 95 78 30 73 4 7 3 1 2 117175 57 Mil 13 3.12 197 175 47 148 10 14 3.15 174196 31 671211 3.17 156 149 44 71 10 11 3.17 ?S SI 23 40 « 5 X?2 1»4 163 il 154 12 9' 3.23 153 143 45 94 9 I 3.29 143 155 59 63 13 6 3.31 121 H« 59 77 6 11 3.33 63 59 21 31 1 8 3.41 157 14B 43 941010 3.49 74 6t 26 51 8 4 3.54 94 85 34 39 4 5 3.63 93 94 21 57 5 4 3.69 81 72 3i 32 4 5 3.76 104 87 51 73 6 9 3.78 181 169 49 114 1512 3.87 1W1SS 34 63 4 8 4.17 143 122 72 102 5 10 4.20 98112 27 72 6 6 72 78 24 44 S 6 4.38 69 76 36 36 S 7 4.41 53 47 2230 6 3 4.42 150 144 52 74 9 10 4.44 105104 53 52 5 8 4.46 93 83 29 52 5 9 4.52 101 90 51 56 4 9 4.63 97 97 45 45 3 Marshall Mtl McGrjw NY Nolan Cln Carlton Phi Sutton LA Grlmsley Cln Matlack NY Osteen LA Carroll Cin John LA Blass Pgh Gibson StL Spinks StL Bryant SF McAndrew NY Ellis Pgh Kison Pgh FrisPlla NY Hooton Chi Caldwell SD Stone SF Jenkins Chi To ret Mtl Klrby SD Downing LA Moose Pgh Brandon Phi Hand* Chi Stoneman Mtl Arlln SD Seaver NY Barr SF Norman SD Olerker Htn P.Niekro Atl Pappas Chi Bllllngham Cin J.Ray Htn Brlles Pgh L.Walker Pgh D.Wilson Htn Simpson Cin PITCHING » or more decisioni IP H ·· SO W L E R A 45 31 20 53 7 5 1.11 74 SS 35 59 10 3 72 53 23 66 157 137 29 82 13 3 2.01 232 164 5723218 6 2.09 184 128 35 134 13 6 2.10 135 129 37 53 10 4 165 136 49 10710 6' .... 164 14* 45 64 13 8 2.25 6* 58 19 34 S 4 2.32 138 125 33 91 9 5 261 169 157 48 78 12 6 2.61 176 !4» 54 124 12 6 2.65 118 M 59 93 5 5 2.47 155 117 54 82 9 5 2 «7 99 79 26 55 8 3 272 117113 22 46 10 5 2.75 96 71 45 73 S 4 2.81 47 31 11 3 1 4 7 2.83 157 129 41 97 7 9 2 8 7 102 99 36 65 5 5 2.89 108 87 38 72 5 7 2.90 225 184 44 141 15 10 2 92 172 142 71 84 13 7 2.9! 199 169 92 153 9 1 2 3 0 2 140 130 49 88 5 4 3.02 146 140 25 97 8 6 3.07 61 48 21 42 5 4 3.08 141 133 32 60 9 7 3.12 176 151 72 120 9 9 3.13 1»4 134 96 126 8 13 3 17 1/5 154 55154 12 9 3.19 107104 26 SO 4 5 3.20 133120 57 96 6 8 3.24 152151 32 7311 6 3.31 201 183 23 110 10 10 3.35 133140 22 52 I 7 3.44 144143 37 82 7 10 3.48 74 58 29 43 10 4 3 50 111 121 26 74 II 5 3.50 74 75 29 34 4 5 3.51 152 1)2 35 99 7 8 3.52 101 88 39 56 7 4 3S4 Cleveland SIL 173168 4810812 8 359 Koosman NY 118103 35 109 8 7 3^65 Wise StL- "· · -- . _- H I M - j i i _ j'gjMarichal SF Singer LA Gentry NY H , Women's Softball Tourney Planned "J'Reuss Htn '·^iReed Atl McGlothlln Cin Mo ton Mtl Santorini StL Stone Atl jSchiwIer Atl j Roberts Htn IT.KMIev Atl i McDowell SF McAnallY Mtl POINT PLEASANT-The fifth champion Phi i « fi L n'Grwf SD annual open women s soltballu.Johnson SF tournament will be held hm^rTimm'SF Sept. 1-4. at Harmon Park. Guiiett cm Entry fee for the double elimination tournament is $25 plus, two new Dudley SB12-L balls. ! Entry fee must be in by Aug.! 25. An open drawing will be held Aug. 26. ; Mail entries to Wallace Smith Jr., 1419 Kanawha Street, Point; Pleasant, 25550. McGowen-Bale Duo Leads Golf The member-guest team o Hugh McGowen and C. D. Bal shot a fil to take a one-shot lear in the fairway flight of l.h Sleepy Hollow memher-gues golf tournament Saturday. Earl King and R. R. Hudsoi were second at fi2. with Noble Holt and Gordon Murray thjrc at 63. Green flight first round leader-, were Darrell Allen and A. H Belcher at 59, followed by Evans Harbour-Shade Preston. Marion Bastian-W. Shaffer and Glenn Carr-Hobie Hannah at 64. Pinch Hitters To Meet Monday The Charleston-Charlies Pinch Hitters Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday in the conference room at Watt Powell Park. Purpose of the meeting is ;o elect new officers and to disci'$s the program for (he Hof Stove League for the fall-winter season. 176 179 42 83 1012 3.68 137 142 36 57 4 13 3.74 119108 39 78 4 1 1 3.76 134 125 59 93 5 8 3.83 73 77 26 44 9 6 3.95 86 74 36 71 3 6 3.98 131 135 X 19 5 5 3 98 67 63 2S 72 3 6 3.99 128 107 57 118 8 9 4.01 158 173 48 8 11 4.10 95112 30 51 5 5 4.14 HI 108 37 33 5 10 4.30 Bl 86 24 40 6 7 432 78 97 26 42 4 8 435 117109 S3 79 4 6 4.37 14? 173 46 S4 9 91 95 47 45 5 128 115 65 94 8 '7 94 42 5? 1 1 ? 4 70 113 128 41 48 4 12 4.78 shocked the challenger. But the next eair drawn ; and then game 13 (and with the black oieces). So, psychologically, the ,wo grandmasters are right jack where they were last Sunday before play began in game WVU Net Play Set Labor Day M O R C A N T O W N , (AP)The eighth a n n u a l W e s t Virginia University Open Tennis for Tournament Labor Day is scheduled weekend this year on the WVU campus, athletic officials said Saturday. The four-day affair, set for Sept. 1-4, will be sponsored by the WVU Athletic Department and staged on the year-old lay- kold courts adjacent to the WVU Coliseum. Tournament play is planned for men's singles and doubles, senior men's singles and doubles and junior singles and women's singles. Deadline for entries is Aug. 29 for singles and Aug. 30 for doubles. Pacers Drop Suns In Independent Play The East Side Pacers defeated the West Side Suns, 81-71, in the first game of the Charleston Independent basketball championships. Jerry Harrises scored 24 points and Russell Ray added 21 for the Pacers. Curtis Brock and Harlan Ray had 19 points each for the Suns. Dimbar Junior High (IJjjBoosters Will Meet 11. Except that now Spassky must outscore Fischer by at least 3 games in the next 11, as compared to needing at least 3 more won games than Fischer in 14 games. Actually, the challenger is better off now than a week ago. THE LOCAL* CHESS players are not just watching; they,are playing, too. Last weekend 49 players took part in the Kanawha Valley Open at Morris Harvey College. John Scherer (the last of the old guard!) and 1 Pat Radcliff each scored 5 to fl to tie for first place and a spli of first and second place prize money. Joe Barker, Joe Norton, Pau! Bricker, and John Brewster tied for third place, with identical to 1 records. (Jim Sutherland may have scored 4 to 1, also; we are not sure.) Anyway, the first four of these players tied for "best Class B" performers, while Sutherland was the "best Class C". James Black and Mi' chael Fortner, each 3 Mr to 1A, were the best "D" and "E" players, respectively. Connelly and Mayo, 3 to 2 each, were the best "unrated" players in the :ourney. Don Griffith and Dan Lowder handled, quite efficiently, the edious but important duties of ournament director. Schoolboy champion Norton halted Joe Sarker's determined drive for yet another tournament conquest by winning their 4th round encounter--only to lose to Radcliff in the final session. So Norton and Barker each ended up with 4 to 1 records. We do not know much about co4ournament winner- Radcliff (from Parkersburg we thing) but a little research showed that he tied with John.Richardson (5 to ]) for second place in last year's state chess tournament. Also, Radcliff defeated still formidable Dr. Siegfried Wertham- mer in that event. Apparently, the Fischer-Spas- "By a man named Hank Disco who told me, 'I'm .not hiring you for what you did, I'm hiring you for what you can do!" In 1956. Groza returned to Martin's Ferry, Ohio, and ran his mother's tavern. But he stil. was looking for a chance to ge back into basketball. "There was never any doubt in my mind that I want to gel back into basketball," saic Groza. "After all, it's all I really know. It's my life. The chance came in 1959 when a friend, Bruce Hale, then coaching at the University of Miami in Florida, told Groza to apply for the coaching job at Loyola of New Orleans. But before that, the coaching job at Bellarmine in Louisville opened up and Groza took it. New Life "Bellarmine was the beginning of a new life for me," said Groza, now 45 years old, "I'll always be grateful to those people." .Groza left Bellarmine in 1966 for a job in industry, but he didn't completely sever his ties with basketball, serving as a scout for the old Oakland Oaks of the ABA. Then he sport full manager of the ABA Kentucky got back into the time as business becoming San Diego's general manager, he was named assist- Colonels, and 'a "month before ant to the president of the Colonels. SOUTH CHARLESTON AREAS ONLY EXTRA MONEY WORKING THIS SUMMER AT 4-HOUR PART-TIME JOBS IN THE EVENINGS AND ON SATURDAY. CALL MR. ERIC 348-4809 11 a.m.to 12 noon n sky match enced the has strongly influ- increased sale of chess sets and books locally. A new book about Fischer is '"'The Games of Robert J. Fischer" by Wade and O'Connell. Included are 748 games plus articles. There is a paperback copy of Frank Brady's "Profile of a Prodigy," a book to be updated by the author, with publication date set for next January. Then there is that collection of Fischer games by Fischer, himself, and Evans. For the beginner, there is a paperback copy of "Bobby Fischer Teaches Chess" by Fischer, Mosenfeder. Margulies, _ . ... The Dunbar Junior High Ath- 'sl'so 29 37 7'5 looi letic Boosters Club will hold its »' 6 . 8 f s I I \v\monthly meeting at R p.m. Tues/o HJ J5 Ji j (J ^ ·"! - - 62 78 20 37 3 7 - liw'day in the school cafetorium. FAD'S ug, Sale Is NQVI WE'RE HAVING OUR CLOSE-OUT SALE "GOOD BUY"'72s VOLUME SELLING MEANS SAVINGS TO YOU.' WEST VIRGINIA'S LARGEST VOLUME CHRYSLER-PLYMOUTH DEALER CHRYSLER PLYMOUTH 131 MacCorkle Ave. South Charlesfon-744-3401 Kanawha City Savings Loan Guarantees To Increase Your Savings 43.55% By 1977. Time .s money and it's worth even more at Kanawha City Savings and Loan. As of July 15, 1972 Kanawha City Savings and Loan will be compounding the interest on lts S YEA3 Savings Certificate. This lets you earn interest faster than ever before. For example, if you invest $1,000.00 in a 5 Year "Accumulator" savings certificate at 7%%, you'll have $435.57 in interest at the end of 5 years .GUARAN- T EEp ! Open your savings account at Kanawha City Savings and Loan and give.your money a well deserved raise. Your savings earn an average return per year of 8.71% on the "Accumulator" Plan. Come in and discuss this plan with us or ask about our five other savings plans. KANAWHA CITY SAVINGS LOAN 40th St. MacCorkle Ave. Charleston, W. Va. 25304 Check Below rjOpen o "5 Year Accumulafor"Savings C«rt. 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