jut* 16. l*74 Cox Outstanding Performer of AAU Meet Â»xwasiudgÂ«dthe OxÂ·Â«Â· tem^t!Â· 4ate- wtÂ«i*ahetvcÂ«fSSkct.1 Â«crMpH.MMkHMtafti.ii feH,7iMteft.BMkAHton4 MM.TM divkiM with vicift. KTM*.ameiaberoftheKana- bours.34niu Steve Cox was judged the Outstanding Performer of the State AAU Track and Field Championships Saturday at the Hurricane High School Field. Cox, a member of West Liberty's West Virginia Conference track and field championship team, set a meet record in the mile run and just missed another in the 880-yard run. trtes, 1$JJ seeMfc to erase hfc yctr-Â«U ra*rt Â«f 4:23.! tttf capture* tke kalf Bile U 1:58.8, a teÂ»tÂ» ef a seewd off the meet stMfaril Steve Whaley, the Hurricane High School coach of basketball and weightmen in track, joined in the record-setting spree. Whaley wtmHscted his pro- tege, Phil Gregory, ia tke sk*t |M Â«i* a hetvc Â«f SS kct, 1 HftiwMkobc- Ike few with a Vwt Â«f 1S7 Basketball to Open St. Albans Program West Virginia INVITATIONAL STOCK CAR RACE SATWOAY INCUT, JWKtttii 40 LAP FEATURE-S600.00 TO WIN n MtACTKE 7:00 P JI.-RACM6 AT 8:30 ML CHARLESTON SPEEDWAY C* 0Â«l II. tO EÂ«l !Â· IUUM-2 Mfei Â·Â» CcMÂ«c't Ciwk The St. Albans Recreation 'Department announces the opening of the summer recreation program. Activities start at 7 p.m.. Tuesday at Highlawn Elementary School with the first game of the college division basketball league. Basketball stars such as Mike D'Antoni of the Kansas City-Omaha Kings, Curtis Price. Tex Williams, Tom Neal, Rogert Hart, Windell Morrison, Bob Wesley, Red Holmes, and other outstanding players will compete. On June 24, the full summer recreation program swings into action with the opening of su community playgrounds. The playgrounds are located at Blair Street, Alban, Highlawn. Hansford and Belvil Elementary Schools. They will open week days from 9 a.m. to noon, and 1 p.m. to 4 p.m., with Belvil being open in the evenings from 6 to 9 p.m. Other activities scheduled to begin Monday, June 24, are junior high basketball, directed by Frank Smith; men's volleyball, directed by Mike Sidebottom; and women's slimnastics, directed by Janette Carter. Registration will be held at St. Albans High School Gymnasium at 6 p.m. on June 24-26. ^"i I COUPON KING SIZE SPRING CUSHION MART DIVISION OF THE O.CJNURMY CO. WHITEWALLS BELTED 900 Â· 2 Rayon Cord Plies * 2 Rayon Belts ANY SIZE LISTED C78-13(7.00), C78-14 (6.95), Â£78-14(7.35), F78-14(7.75), (8.25), 078-15(8.25) H78-14(8.55), H78-15(8.55)...$22 All prices whitewall tubeleu plus Fed. Ex. Tax from 2.00 to 3.19, depending on tire size, and trade-in tire of f your car. FREETIRE MOUNTING*ROTATION WITH TIRE PURCHASE. BRAND CODE 1481. 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Muffler Guarantee Free replacement against blowouts and rustouts (everything except abuse) for as long as you own your present car, charging only for clamps, if needed. Offer valid to original purchaser only. Presentation of sales invoice required. FREE! 7 RAG DO-IT S YOURSELF / TUNE-UP \ BOOK J J^J RAC TUNE-UP GAUGES Â· Compression Tester Â· Vacuum Fuel Tester TOP CARRIERS BAR TYPE 3TURTLE WAX 94(1: ^18025. Super Hard Shell Wax.. $1.44 16075 MOTORCRAFT MOPAR . DElc Â°TUNEUP KIT BASKET TYPE EACH DUNBAR VILLAGE-lOth Street at Dunbar Toll Bridge Bobby Ball. George Crummel aod Pawl Rktaaotd also set records and Oscar Jones tied the ICO-yard dash standard with a 9.* clocking. Ball's record of 22.1 came in the 220-yard dash. Crummel ran the 120-yard high hurdles in 14.3 and Richmond high jumped 64. Woody Sharp swept the RUNNING EVENTS 100-yard dash: 1, Oscar Jones (9.S, ties meet record); 2, George Crummel (10.0); 3, Bobby Ball UO.O); 4. Sam Jones (10.1); 5, Tom Pridemore (10.3) 220-yard dash: 1. Bobby Ball (22.1. meet record); 2, Oscar Jones (222); 3, Tom Pridemore (23.6); 4, George Crummel (23.7); 5, David George (23.9) 440-yard dash: 1, Don Courts (53.1); 1 Dave Hamon (55); 3, Richard Harper (57); 4, Rand Dean (1:00.7) 890-yard run: 1, BruceCox(l:58.8); 2, Don Jernigjn (2:00.5); 3, John Welch (2:02); 4, Tom Jackson (2:02.5); 5. John Dotson (2:07.3) Mile run: 1, Bruce Cox (4:18.3, meet record); 2, John Welch (4:25.9); 3, Steve Carnahan (4:31.8); 4. Scott McMillen (4:36.2); 5. John Frazier (4:36.6) Masters mile: 1, Woody Sharp (5:29.6); 2, Sob Fretwell (5:45); 3, Ray Harmon (5:49); 4, Jim Jones (5:49.7); 5, Tom Sharp (5:50.7) 3-mile run: 1. Kim Nutter (14:25.8); 2, Dick Douglass (15:50.7); 3, Tom Jackson (16:02); 4. David Kline (16:37.4); 5, Dan Morality (18) Masters 3-mile: 1. Woody Sharp (18:25, meet record); 2, Bob Fretwell (18:53.5); 3, Ray Harmon (20) and Willard Hess 120) 120-yard high hurdles: 1, George Crummel (14.3, meet record); 2, Oscar Jones (14.3); 3, Tom Pridemore (14,6); 4. Chuck Roberts (16.6) 6-mile run: 1, Doug Carder (34:40.4); 2. Roger Backus (35:27.2); 3, Richard Conley (35:45.8); 4, Joe Varian (36:49); 5, Dan Moriarty (39:18.2) Masters 6-milÂ« run: 1, Woody Sharp (41:26.4, meet record); 2, Willard Hess (42); 3, Ray Harmon (43:28); 4, Tom Poole (45:20.2) FIELD EVENTS Shot put: 1, Steve Whaley (53.7, meet record); 2, Phil Gregory (52-7); 3, Matt Fleshman (48-8); 4, Mike Hoover (47-9); 5, Casey Brown (38-3) Discus: 1, Steve Whaley (157-7, mee' record); 2, Matt Fleshman (154-10); 3, Phi* Gregory (139-8); 4, Terry Gribben (129-6); 5, Mike Hoover (129-9) Pole vault: 1, Terry Gribben (12) High lump: 1, Paul Richmond (6-4, meet record: 2, tie Chuck Roberts and Steve Thaxton (6-2); 4, tie Mike Stonestreet and Paul Amick (5-8) Long jump: 1, Bobby Ball (21-6); 2, George Crummel (21-4); 3, Ken Miller (19-V3); 4, Paul Richmond U8-9'/,.); 5, Dave Hamon (18-6 3 ,i) S.A. Cage Registration This Week Registration lor the St. Albans men's basketball league will take place at Highlawn Elementary Tuesday and Thursday. Interested players can pick up applications at the Sport Center, the St. Albans Recreation Center, or from league director T e r r y G r i f f i t h (727-45591. Time is still available for interested people to join the St. Albans Soccer Club or the St. Albans Flag Football League. Tennis lessons are available at St. Albans High School. Also, the Eastern and Western Little Leagues, in conjunction with the St. Albans Recreation Department, are sponsoring Minor Little League Teams. The J. Waverly Curnes Re- creaion Center, located in the basement of the new St; Albans Water Co. office building, .will be operi for summer recreation under the supervision of Debbie Morrison. Mondays and Tuesdays are reserved for elementary and junior high school children, and Thursdays and Fridays are open for high school students and adults. The facility is available for rental to responsible organizations for dances, banquets, receptions, or other similar events. Anyone needing further information should contact Jim Vickers at the recreation center (722-3355). Heck's Wins Twin Bill RICHLANDS, Va. - Bill Godwin and Freddie Doss pitched one-hitters Saturday night, leading the Heck's fast- pitch softball team to 4-1 and 4-0 victories over Richlands, Va. The wins raised Heck's record to 184. The team plays today at Bluefield. Htrt'J 010 111 0-4 12 3 Richlands. ON 010 0-1 1 0 Doss and Payne; Jones and Ballenbur- ger Heck's -- Nutter 3-3, Puck 2-4, Doss 2-3, Parker double, Hastening double HKk's 100 200 0-4 I 1 Richlands 000 000 0-0 1 0 Godwin and Jones; Dewey and Ballen- burger Heck's - Hanley 2-3, Williams 2-4, Easterling 2-4 Stock Car Races Washed Out Stock car racing Saturday night at Charleston Speedway- was washed out. Promoter Bob Morris said pit passes and tickets would be honored next Saturday. Racing is scheduled today at Ona. beginning at 3 p.m. Qualifying is set at 2. Heatwole, Grove Lead at Berry M.G. Heatwole aced the par three. 103-yard 14th hole to give him and his partner George Grove a 13-under 57 and the lead in the Berry- Hills' Spring Invitational Saturday. Heatwole hit a three-wood shot just short of the green and it rolled 40-50 feet into the cup. Joe Holland and Marshall Hawkins are second with 59 and Dr. W.C. Morgan and Dr. C.E. McKay hold third with a 60. Masters division with victories in the 6-miie, 3-mile and mile nuts. TRACK NOTES: Jack Koch, a aaecaber of the Kanawha Valley Track Club, finished second ia the over 40 division of the Saginaw, Mich. Marathon Saturday, covering the 26 miles, 385 yards in 3 hours. 34 minutes and 20 seconds. . .K. V. Track Club has a 10-mile run coming up Juae 30. starting at Morris Harvey College, and the St. Albaai Town Fair 6-mile run will be Julv 6. SUvcr Brand Ctotfus \^^^^!^y^^i FAMOUS BRAND SHORT SLEEVE WASHABLE KNIT SHIRTS A gigantic selection of 4-button, placket front casual knits in cool summer solids and patterns. 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