Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on June 27, 1976 · Page 63
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 63

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, June 27, 1976
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4F-June 27, 1976 Sunday Gazette-Msil --Chcrltston, W«t Vlrglnlt ALL-STARS Chmara Pleased With Squad; North 'Not Showing Emotion' ByS.J. Easterling Players participating in the North-South football game July 3 closed out the first week of practice with a controlled scrimmage Saturday and South coach John Chmara express a lot of pleasure with his team's response. "Our players have good spirit and they w a n t t o p l a y f o o t b a l l , " C h m a r a said."We've had a good week of practice and we're just about to get our timing down. I'm really happy with the attitude of these players," North coach Wayne Jamison wasn't as pleased. "Our players aren't in the same frame of mind as the South players," he said. "I really don't know what's wrong, but they just aren't showing much emotion for the game." Players from both teams are staying at the West Virginia State high rise dorm, eat together and. naturally, do a lot of talking about just which team will win the game. Tempers, in some eases, are running a little short and Saturday's scrimmage even produced a fight between a South and North player. "This thing could build up to a grudge game," one South player said after the practice. "We're both doing a lot of talking and today there were a lot of cheap shots taken by both teams. "I'll say this, the game will really be interesting." * * * CHMARA REFUSED to single out any individuals which have caught his eye, but it's been said he's exceptionally pleased 'with the play of Dunbar's Jerry Mallett, · Sherman quarterback Terry Spangler, "South Charleston's duo of Mike Miller and ; Dan Polcari, Bluefield's Donnie Jackson and Stonewall Jackson's Walter Easley among several others. "It's really hard to single out any indi- Terry Spangler Sherman Quarterback viduals because they have all looked good to me," Chmara said. "All 30 players will be seeing all the action they want in the game and I've been pleased with all 30." Chmara has his players up at 5:30 a.m. each morning for an hour of running before breakfast. "I think we'll be In good shape for the game," he said. "Maybe all the running they've been getting has helped them get into the right kind of attitude to play this game." "We'e still got a long way to go before the game," Jamison said."We're going to practice hard this afternoon (Saturday) and rnabe by next week we'll be ready." Jamison has lost a few players by way of injuries. Rivesville's Jim Underwood is out until Wednesday with a neck injury, but is expected to be ready for the game. "Really, for some reason, the northern schools just don't get as excited about this game as the southern schools do. We have some excellent players that aren't playing in this game." * * * IT'S GOING to'be a banner day for great sporting events on July 3. The Jerry West basketball classic will kick off the day when the West Virginia All-Stars meet an All-Star team from New York at 2 p.m. at the Civic Center. Tickets to the game are on sale the the Civic Center ticket office. The North-South game is scheduled for 7:30 p.m. at Laidley Field with a large crowd anticipated. Approximately 3,000 ticket have already been sold for the game. Locally, tickets are on sale at the Sport Mart, Red Jones Sporting Goods, Pro Sport Shop, Bill Miller Sporting Goods, Spartan School Supply and the Civic Center ticket office. FOR SOME of the players it's a last chance to show college coaches they have the ability to make it in college football. 'There are some exceptional players here."said Bluefield assistant coach Tom Ferrell. " Take Jerry Mallett, he's got everything you'd ever want in an end. He's tall, has good weight,can run and can catch the ball. They say coaches are staying away from him because of the operation he had on his finger, but they haven't been here watching him in practice or they'd know just how great he really is." Dan Polcari is another. "That fella can hit as hard as any I've seen." 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