Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 3, 1975 · Page 48
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August 3, 1975

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 48

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8D --August 3,1975 Sundav Gazette-Mail Five Charlies On Star Team ASEIVICIOFMT-STOMMC SCOTTi MUFFLERS By A. L. Hardman The Charleston Charlies, host team, will be represented by five of their players as well as their manager in the 20th International League All-Star game at Watt Powell Park here on Monday, Aug. 18. Only the Tidewater fides, which also placed five, will have as many players in uniform that night when the All-Stars clash with the Pittsburgh Pirates, parent club of the Charlies. Of course, the Charlies have already lost two of their appointees to the parent Pittsburgh Pirates, who called up second baseman Willie Randolph and shortstop Craig Reynolds. Both of them will now play against the All-Stars. Other call-ups by parent clubs could also change the makeup of the All-Star roster. But, for the moment at least, the squad will be listed as selected. Rochester will have four players on the 25-man squad announced Aug. 3 by 1. L. President George Sisler. The Richmond Braves will have three and Memphis, Toledo, Syracuse and Pawtucket two each. MUFFLQ/1ULPIPE BQTHFUUY GUARANTEED THE I. L. PLAYERS cast ballots to determine the starting team -- except for the pitcher. They were not permitted to vote for their 'own players. Randolph, the league's top hitter and star second baseman for the Charleston club, got the most votes with 120 out of a possible 154. Tidewater's Mike Vail, an outfielder, was second in the voting with 95 and Rochester's shortstop, Bob Bailor, was third with 88. Others voted places on the team were (with Votes received in parenthesis): IB -- Brooks Pemberton. Tidewater, and Royle Stillman. Rochester (each 56). Pitchers voted to the team (only one al- lowttf from each club) were: Odell Jones, Charleston (118), Mike Flannigan. Rochester (51), Bill Kirkpatrick. Memphis (69), Rich Kreuger, Pawtucket (45), Preston Hanna, Richmond (78), Rick Sawyer, Syracuse (41), Craig Swan, Tidewater (126), and Wayne Simpson, Toledo (110). * * * AFTER THESE 17 players were voted to the team. Manager Joe Altobelli of Rochester, who automatically became the All-Star pilot when his Red Wings won the 19741. L. championship, named the following eight players to round out the squad: Infielder Alvin Moore of Richmond, infielder Terry Hughes of Pawtucket, infielder Taylor Duncan of Rochester, Charleston's Reynolds, outfielder Terry Whitfield of Syracuse, outfielder Bruce Boisclair of Tidewater, catcher Bill Na- harodny of Toledo and catcher Ed Ott of Charleston. Managers Steve Demeter of Joe Altobelli Manager of I. L. All-Stars 0 Charleston and Bobby Cox of Syracuse will serve as Altobelli's coaches. This will be the second time the Pirates have played the All-Stars. The Bucs were beaten by the All-Stars. 14-6, in 1959. ; . THE FIRST All-Stars vs. Major League Club game was played against Milwaukee in 1956, the Braves winning. Since the Braves they have played four other games, winning three of them. The Yankees have lost twice to the All- Stars, the Orioles have won one and lost one, the Indians have lost two while the Washington Senators, the Dodgers," the Red Sox and the N. Y. Mets have each won one game. The Astros and Reds have each lost one game to the All-Stars. Sxcept for 1967, when the league divided its talent and played a North vs. South All- Star game, a major leagu^club has furnished the opposition for the past 19 years. A meeting of .International League directors will be held here at 10 a.m. on the day of the game, President Sisler announced. . S. C. Alumni Game Planned Calling all South Charleston High School football alumni. Former Black Eagles interested in playing in a S. C. alumni game are asked (6 call Eddie Merrill at 346-3945. 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Among the pros already entered are Joe Taylor of Berry Hills, Tom Nichols of Kanawha, Ed Carte of Sleepy Hollow, George Volosin of Sandy Brae. Linden Meade of Chapmanville. Roy Shreves and Doug Ray of Moundsvilie. Benny Varda of Spencer and Jerry Walker. Don Smith and Dave Smith of. Parkersburg. Ray won the 1974 state PGA title with a'three-round total of 198 at Clarksburg Country Club. Nichols was second with 203. "It looks like we will be shooting for a purse of $4,000. The winner will get around commented Rollison. He had con- tacted nine local firms as sponsors. A pro-am will be held at 12:30 p.m. Thursday, with one pro and two amateurs on a team. "Anybody who wants to play in the pro-am can call the Edgewood golf shop." said Rollison. The PGA tourney will start at 9 a.m. Friday with the second and third rounds at 8 a.m. next Saturday and Sunday. "We are going off early to allow members the use of the course later in the morning." Rollisonf explained. "Edgewood members can call for tee-off times Saturday and Sunday starting at 9:30 a.m." The Edgewood course will play about 7.150 yards for the pros. "We are going to put the tees back on the slopes and let the best man go after it and get it," Rollison said. "The course is dry and players will get a lot of roll on their drives. We are hoping for some rain to soften it up. we also are letting the rough grow," he added. * * * Belden Medalist in Junior League Steve Belden of Edgewood averaged 72.2 strokes per round and was the over-all medalist in the Kanawha Valley junior inter-club golf league. Jeff Geisler of Sleepy- Hollow and Lantz Hess of White Oak shared the 15 and under division medalist award with 78.2 averages. Sleepy Hollow was the team winner and received the Johnny Javins perpetual trophy. Edgewood was the runner-up and got the Nell and Mel Carpenter perpetual trophy at the league's awards banquet Thursday at Meadowbrook. the sportsmanship award went to Ed Burdette of Sleepy Hollow. The most improved golfers were Scott Milam of Sleep Hollow in the 16 and over bracket and Ed Meador of White Oak in the 15 and unders. The medalists and their averages for each club, with the 16 and over leader listed first and the 15 and under listed second: Berry Hills. Brent Sears 80 and Bobby- Wolfe 87.2: Edgewood. Steve Belden 72.2 and Chris Reed 84.2: Hawk's Nest, Randy- Arthur and Kevin Richmond Kanawha. Steve Basham 96.8 and Mark Alexander 83.2: Meadowbrook. Richard Harmon 77.4 and Joey Estep 88: Sandy Brae, Wayne Warden 83 and John Lucas 82.6; Sleepy Hollow. Ed Burdette 73.2 and Jeff Geisler 73.2: and White Oak. no 16s and Lantz Hess 78.2 The winning Sleepy Hollow team included one girl: Anita King. 16. of Hurricane. Miss King recently shot a 93 from the white tees at Sleepy, said pro Ed Carte. * * Three Stale Women in L.S. Amateur Chip shots: three West Virginia women will be competing in the U.S. Women's Amateur Championship Aug. H-16 at West N'ewton. Mass. They are Nancy Bunton of Huntington and Karen Murphy and Sue Vail of Wheeling. Another woman golfer .h.as different plans for this month Lissa Tutwiler Mohler will be married to Clarence Blyler Kugler IV at the Beckley Presbyterian Church Au. 23. They will live near delphia The Heck's women's open will be held next Saturday and Sunday at the Riverview Country Club near Madison. Women wishing to enter can contact Mrs. Myra Freeman. 40 Ash Lane. Madison. Sleepy Hollow members are proud of two large windows worth $600 donated to the club house by area contractor C. W. Moore. The new pro at the Glade Springs course near Beckley is Fletcher White, who ca to the state from Atlanta. Nicknames Big Thing With Cincy WILMINGTON. Ohio (AP) - The Cincinnati Bengals have more nicknames than a Damon Runyon short story. Nicknames seem to be a passion with the National Football League team as much as they are to Charles 0. Finley and his Oakland baseball team. But the Ben- gals come by theirs naturally, unlike the A's. whereof a player doesn't have one, Finley has been known to find one. Currently in Cincinnati, there is the Rattler. Hercules. Mad Dog, Suki, The Express. Boobie. The Mad Punter, Chico and Big Daddy Dirt Pile. The fascination of Bengals nicknames is fed in some part by the army of newsmen covering the team. It is backed up by headline writers. "Nobody goes by their real name around here." said veteran fullback Doug Dressier, known as Chico. "If you don't come down here with a nickname, you get one fast." Dressier., fair and blond, was not tagged with a Latin name because of his appearance.,It was his college T-shirt. Chico State. Calif. Florida A M's "Rattlers" nickname followed defensive back Ken Riley to the team. Muscular l i n e m a n Pat Matson is "Hercules" or "Herkie." thanks to his dedication to weight lifting which also is his off-season occupation. Bob Maddox is "Mad Dog" because of his aggressive manner as a reserve defensive end. The name fits. Last year, he blocked a punt against Detroit and recovered it for a touchdown without missing a step. O f f e n s i v e tackle Vern Holland is "Suki." and halfback Essex Johnson is "The Express." Fullback Charles Clark will not answer to anything but "Boobie." He got his nickname as a toddler and kept it. "If someone calls me Charles. I don't answer." glowered the 250-pound running back. Kicker Dave Green battles the monotony of long trips by carrying on conversations with truckers via his portable citizens band radio. His code name is: "The Mad Punter." Six-foot-five veteran defensive end Ken Johnson showed up for practice once in gaudy, new clothes that clashed. 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