Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 16, 1974 · Page 49
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 49

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 16, 1974
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CHARLIE KING MGHCHAS.OfFKE KING SIZE LOANS UP TO 1 0,000 Cagers to Play 12 Home Games JOE IE ROSE MCR. ST. ALIANS OFFICE Whether it's for a lot of "small" monthly payments taking a big bite of your pay check or a need for new furniture, a safer car, or a/iy worthwhile reason, see Charlie King or Joe LeRose for a . . . Helping Hand. Capital ^^·Mhtfl^HHI ^^^fe^M^B^^^^H^M^^^I ·JMB^H ^B^r^p^B^B^Bjj^MVBiHiHBF H Hi B^^BAM 61 Uee Street Chas. 343-4801 Twe Convenient Le4*tU*i Open Evenings ly Appointment 87 Main Street St. Albans 727-2966 MORGANTOWN - A 12-garae home slate, two mid- season tournaments and a visit to National invitational Tournament champion Purdue highlight the 1974-75 basketball schedule announced today by Dr. Leland E. Byrd. West Virginia University Director of Athletics. The Moutaiieers will play 2f games next season iaclud- iig two in the Utah Classic and two in the Presidential Classic at Washington, D. C. The schedule shows 12 games in Morgantown, 13 on the road and one in Charleston. Teams visiting the 14,000-seat Coliseum this year include Villanova, Rutgers, Davidson, Pitt, Penn State, Virginia Tech, George Washington. The University of Pacific. St. Francis (Pa.), Lehigh, Illinois State and Georgia Southern. * * » ON THE ROAD, the Mountaineers of new head coach Jocdy Gardner will face an- I r\^r Now Thru Toes. June 18 w - g: !_·.--9 4 STEEL BELTED RADIUS WMVWAIT USE YOU* IA*K AMERICA*!) 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SERVICE SPECIALS STABILIZE ALIGNMENT '11.88 UPPER OR LOWER BALL JOINTS $33*88* MSTAun * CMtTSm ntOMKTS S43.8S FRONT OR REAR HEAVY DUTY SHOCKS INSTALLED 5 16.88 FRONT REAR IRAKE SHOES INSTALLED $31.88 MOTOR OIL 10W30110W4O 63 20W30W 51* VE THE RIGHT TO LIMIT QUANTITIES' SILICONE IGNITION WIRE SET TON HYDRAULIC JACK other array of top-notch opponents including Purdue (under former WVU mentor Fred Schaus). Duquesae, Virginia, Syracuse. Pitt, Penn State, Virginia Tech and Richmond in addition to four teams in the two mid-season tournaments. The ajumal game in Charleston will be played on Wednesday, Jan. 8, against Massachusetts, an NIT visitor the last two seasons. Pairings for the Utah and Presidential Classics will be made later. The other participating teams were announced last Thursday. The Mountaineers open the season on Saturday. Nov. 30, against Georgia Southern in the Coliseum. Two more home games with Pitt (Dec. 3) and Villanova (Dec. 7) follow before the team takes to the road against Purdue on Dec. 11. The Utah Classic on Dec. 13 and 14 rounds out the December portion of the schedule. Following Christmas break, the Mountaineers play in the Presidential Classic on Jan. 3 and. 4 before the Charleston appearance against Massachusetts. West Virginia will also play five home games in January and three in February before the home and regular season wind-up against Illinois State on March 1. WVU Schedule D»tt, Opponent Site Nov. 30, Georgia Southern Home Dec. 3, Pittsburgh Home Dec. 7, Villanova Home Dec. 11, Purdue Away Dec. 13, Utah Classic Army, Utah Salt Lake Dec. U, Weber State, West Virginia) City Jan. 3, Preiidentia.l Classic (American Washington, Jan. 4, u., Boston U., George Washington, D. C. west Virginia) Jan. 8, Massachusetts Charleston Jan. 11, Penn State Away Jan. 15, Virginia Tech Home Jan. 18, U. of Pacific Jan. 21, Duquesne Jan. 23, Lehigh Jan. 25, George Wash ngton Jan. 27, Rutgers Jan. 29, Virginia Feb. 1, Davidson....... Feb. 8, Syracuse Feb."12, Pittsburgh.. Feb. 17, Richmond... Feb. 19, Penn State Home · Feb. 22, St. Francis (Pa.) Home Feb. 26, Virginia Tech Away March 1, Illinois State Home St. Albans Men Catch Sailfish Two St. Albans men recently caught two large sailfish simultaneously while fishing off Acapulco, Mexico. Melvin Hunter caught a 9 foot, 7 inch sailfish, and W.H. Smith caught a 7 foot, 4 inch sailfish. Another fisherman in the party -- Gene Cole of Beckley -- alsahad a sailfish hooked at the same time, but his fish got away. Hunter's fish weighed 155 pounds, while Smith's weighed 110 pounds. Tennis, inc., Applications Being Taken Tennis, Inc., is continuing to take applications for its second two-week instructional period which begins June 24. Classes for intermediates will be conducted at Horace Mann J u n i o r High, John Adams Junior High, and St. Albans High School. Classes for beginners are scheduled for Watt Powell Annex, John Adams Junior High, South Charleston, Herbert Hoover, Andrew Jackson Junior High, Hayes Junior High, Nitro High School, and Hurricane High School. Deadline for enrolling is Thursday. Further information can be obtained by calling 348-6864. YMCA Cage Loops to Open South Charleston YMCA girls and boys basketball leagues will begin at the South Charleston YMT Vs P.M. June 18, at Jackson Park. , Busing will be provided from Montrose, Staunton. Village and Richmond grade schools. Fee is $5 for Y members and S8 for nonmembers. Registration can be made by calling South Charleston YMCA at 768-2101 or 768-2732. George Burgy is director of the league. 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