Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 47
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Sunday, August 3, 1975
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7D -- August 3,1975 Su Steelers Displeased With Performance; All-Stars 'Proud' CHICAGO (AP) -The Pittsburgh Steel- ers are disgruntled, even though they won the College All Star Game. But the All Stars, while disappointed, are proud of Steve Bartkowski's passing. Virgil Livers' record runback and a sparkling defense. "They outhit us." said Steelers quarterback Terry Bradshaw following th 21-14 victory. "The came right at us. They played real sound football." Bradshaw left after the third quarter with the Steelers down 14-7 on a Bartkowski shot to Pat Mclnally in the opening minutes and an All Star-record 88-yard punt runback by Livers. "They outhit us the whole game." said All-Pro linebacker Jack Ham. "I don't think we were ready to play in the first half. We made more mistakes in that half than we usually make in a month." Supposed to be Rout The Stars were supposed to be clobbered by the vaunted Pittsburgh defense, which held the Minnesota Vikings to 17 yards rushing in the Super Bowl game. But the Stars got 19 yards on the ground 104 in the air while the collegians' defense, sparked by Maryland's Randy White and Penn State's Mike Hartenstine, held the world champions to 127 yards rushing. Bradshaw and Joe Gilliam who took over in the the final quarter and drilled two touchdown passes, connected for 160 passing yards. But the Steelers were plainly upset. "Don't want no more of that," muttered Frenchy Fuqua. "I feel like 1 got the stuffing kicked out of me," All-Pro defenseman Mean Joe Greene said. "The lesson was," said Steelers Coach Chuck Noll, "that you have to get ready against anybody or you'll get the hell kicked out of you. At least it was a good learning situation because we got the hell Stones Triumphs With 7-5 1 /2 Jump HANNOVER, West Germany (AP) Dwight Stones of the United States won the high jump with a leap of 7 feet, 5Vz inches Saturday at the Hannover International track and field meet. Tom Woods, another American, finished second with' 7-2%. .John Akii-Bua. Uganda's Olympian, won the 400-meter hurdles with a time of 48.66 seconds, beating Jim Bolding of the United States who was second in 49.33. kicked out of us and we won." The All Stars were clearly disappointed but took consolation in holding the 17-point favorite Steelers to a sevenpoint edge. Offense's Fault "It was the offense's fault," Bartkowski said. "The defense played a whale of a game." The Stars managed only one first down and failed to gain a yard in the second half. "Every time we got something going in the second half, we were called for holding." Stars Coach John McKay of Southern Cal said. "The team played" well, but it made mistakes that an All-Star team is going to make." Livers, a 5-foot-9 Chicago Bears draftee out of Western Kentucky, gave credit to Jackson State's Robert Brazile for a key block on punter Bobby Walden that sprung him for his record runback. The 88-yard dash ecliped the previous All Stars mark 84 yards by Notre Dame's Steve Juzwik in 1942 against the Chicago Bears. Offense Stalls With the All Stars offense stymied in the second half, the pressure mounted on the defenders to preserve the lead. Linebacker Ralph Ortega, who snagged a Bradshaw pass and ran it 33 yards, said the Stars went into a man-for-man coverage and the world champions responded with a "pick" play. "The wide receiver 'picked' the linebacker and that's why the back was wide open when he came out," Ortega said. Gilliam drilled two passes to Rocky Bleier. one for the tying touchdown and another 15-yarder that set up the winning throw to Frank Lewis. "They're smart," Ortega said. "I guess that's why they're world champions." Steelers 20 38-127 160 42 19-30-1 All-Stars 4 18-19 104 109 7-19-1 7-42 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts 7"« Rumbles-lost 1-0 4-1 Penalties-yards 7-92 9-100 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-PHtsburgh, .Bleier 11-41, Fuqua 11-36. All-Stars, Paylon 7-16, Win- Irey 2-7. RECEIVING-Pittsburgh, Bleier 5-41, Brown 3-45, Fuqua 4-38. All-Stars, Burton 1-48, Franm 9-46. PASSING- Pittsburgh, Bradshaw 14-24145, Gilliam 5-6-50. All-Stars-Bartkowski '' 18-126.. Pittsburgh 0 7 0 14-21 All-Stars 7 7 0 0-14 AS-Mclnally 28 pass from Bartkowski (Mike-Mayer kick) Pitr-Grossman 2 pass from Bradshaw (Gerela kick) AS-Livers 88 punt return (Mike-Mayer kick) Pitt-Bleier rela kick) Pjtt- Lewis rela kick) A -54,562 6 pass from Gilliam (Ge- 22 pass from Gilliam (Ge- Nets, Lakers, Conrads Win Poca League Titles : POCA - The Nets. Lakers and Conrads Barber Shop captured championships at the Poca Parks and Recreation Summer ' Basketball League closed out the year... The Nets defeated the Spirits, 27-23. to capture "the Junior Division title. David Ruecherts led the Nets with 15 points. The Nets were also the regular season winners. Jeff Burford and Rick Cottrill combined to lead the Lakers over the Bulls in the Intermediate Division battle. 25-24 and 50-43. ' Burford scored 13 as the Lakers won the first game and Cottrill added 21 in the final game. Conrads. paced by Danny Mullins 20 points, beat Insurance Exchange, 61-58, to nab the Senior Division for the second year in a row. Conrads and Insurance tied for the regular season .title. Junior Division Tournament Colonels 36, Squires 31. Colonels -- Bill Long 21; Squires - Timmy Hill 10. Nets 36, Colonels 24. Nets Scott McClanahn 17; Spirits39, Pacers 19. Spirits - Brady Lanham 12. Championship Game - Nets 27, Spirits 23. Nets -- David Ruechart 15; Spirits --.Brady Lanham 14 Intermediate Division Tournament. Lakers38, Celtics37. Lakers - Rick Cottrill 17; Celtics -- Randy Duncan 15; Bulls41, Warriors38. Bulls-- Randy Sayre 14, Warriors -Barry Lanham 12; Bulls 38, Lakers 37 Bulls Teddy Barker 15, Lakers -- Tracy Asbury 1 ITLakers 40, Celtics 33. Lakers - Jeff Burford 21, Celtics -- Randy Sayre II; Championship Games -- Lakers 2S, Bulls 24. Lakers - Jeff Burford 21, Bulls - Randy S a y r e l l ; Lakers 50, Bulls43. Lakers - Rick Cottrill 21, Bulls - Randy Sayre 24 Senior Division Tournament Gatens 73, Harris 76 Station 53. Gatens -- Rusty Lloyd 20, Davy Sowards 17, Harris - Bob Matthews 18, Danny Chaney 10, Gary McClanahan 10; Diehls66, Chapmans 61. Diehls -- TimHenson28, Jeff Miller 16, Chapmans -Rusty Sovine 21, Paul Bailes 16; Insurance Exchange won by forfeit over Gatens; Conrads 60, Diehls 59. Conrads - DannyMullins23,.Mike Kelly 19, Diehls - Tirr Henson 20, Randy Sayre 13; Championship Games Conrads 61, Insurance 58. Conrads - Danny Mullins 20, Mike Kelly IS Junior Lewis 15, Insurance -- Billy Joe McClanahan 29, Gary McClanahan 10 Leading Scorers Rusty Sovine 23.5, Billy Joe McClanahan 22.0, Tirr Henson 19.5, Allen Atkinson 19.3, Danny Mullins 19.0 Boulevard Recreation Team Will be the Host Squad in the Eastern Regional. Members of the team are (front row, from left) Reggie Daniels, Steve Lowery, Bernard Bannister, Bill Kreig, bat boy Patrick Terry, Tom Lawson, bat boy George Lawson Jr., Howard Daniels, Eddie Fulks. Back row, Dave Spurlock, Doug Light, George Lawson, Mike Freeland, Watson Terry, Jeff Spurlock, Frank Russell Don Ahner. Boulevard Host Team In Tourney Boulevard Recreation, the host team, and Wheeling, the state champion, will represent West Virginia in the National Baseball Congress Eastern Regional Tournament that begins next Friday at Watt Powell Park. Ohio, Kentucky. Virginia, Pennsylvania, New York and Rhode Island will have teams in the tourney. The top two finishers in the double-elimination event will go to the National Championship Tournament at Wichita, Kan. Boulevard Recreation earned the host team spot by capturing the Kanawha Valley Independent League with a-21-5 record. Leading pitchers on'the Boulevard squad are Henry Lewis (7-0) Doug Light (6-11 and Bill Kreig (5-1), .--. . Mjke ftreeland is.the leading hitter:on' '"" the with a .456 mark. Eddie Fulks shows a .432 mark, followed by Terry Lawson (.397) and Doug Light (.375). Here are the pairings for the Eastern Regional: LOOK TO MURPHY'S FOR VALUES | DIVISION Ol 'HI C C MUCMT CO ·YOUR CHOICE | 41 88 2 BALL JOINTS UPPER OR LOWER · HERE'S WHAT WE DO: · Install 2 ball joints - upper or lower · Check caster and camber · Check toe · Inspect suspension system 1965-72 Fords. Chevrolet*. . Plymouths. 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