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2C--Aug. 27, 1972 GOLF Sunday Gnutt?.Miil Charleston. W«jt Virginia Jack Advances; Lee, Arnie Fall By Bob Green PINEHURST. X.C. ( A P ) -Jack Nicklaus handily defeated two opponents and Frank Beard upset Lee Trevino Saturday to gain the semifinals of the rich U.S. Professional Match Play Championship the featured half of pro golfs first double-header. In the S10U.OOO Liggett . Myers Open, a regular .stroke- PC A champion Dae Stockton 3-' and-1 in the other quarter-final i match. ! Nicklaus vs. Bios I That set up the following! .semi-finals: Nicklaus vs. Bies and Beard vs. Hiskey. They'll go off in the morning! today, followed by the 78 men' stil! in the LM.'then the win-' ners of the morning round will meet for the Title in the after-' noon. i McGee. who had tied with pla - voff for the last calls for finals of the $150.000 total purse- with S-10.UOO to the winner, along w i t h the final round of the LM event carrying a ?20.000 prizu to the winner. Beats Bt-man, Wadkins Nicklaus, the top of eight seeds in the match play, built a 5 up lead through seven holes b e f o r e eliminating erratic Deane Beman Hip in the first round, then crushed rookie Lanny Wadkins 5-and-3 before ;; vast gallery that journeyed to. the Carolina sandhills In the afternoon. ; The veteran Beard, slump; ridden all season, scored a 1- and-1 decision over British Open champion Trevino in the; afternoon's second round, short ' ly after national television coverage had broken away. Longshot Don Bies, "who had to survive a playoff to get into tiie- Ifi-man bracket lor the match play, stunned third-seeded Arnold Palmer 5-and-4 in the morning first round. Then got by rookie Len Thompson 2-and- 1 in the afternoon. Babe Hiskey. another non- seeded player, whipped former PRAISE a par 72 (m lhc G . 98!i -' ard course. Zicger eagled the par five final hole for a 70 and Gra-i ham. a rookie who won the 1 den-eland Open two months! ago. closed with a 68 ' Fir^t Rouna JOCN Nicklaus defeated Dea/ie Beman, ) up. Lanr.y Wadkins defeated Miller Barber 2 ,ind I Don Bies dffeated Arnold Palmer, J nnd ·:. I Leonard Thomoon defeated Jerry, i up. I Lee Trevino defeated Dewitt Weaver, 2| and i. I Fronk Beard defeafed Paul Moran, 1! uc. Babe Hiskey defeated George Archer, 1 up. Dave Stockton defeated Bcb Bsrba- ross.i. 1 up, 19th hole. mere Second Round Nicklaus defeated Wadkins, 5-and-3. Bies defeated Thompson, 2-and-l. Beard defeated Trpvino, 2-and-l Hiskey defeated Stockton, 3-and-l Semifinal Pairings Nicklaus vs. Bies. Beard vs. Hiskey Jerry McGee Lardy Ziegler David Graham Hale Irv/in Ken Still Jim wiechers J.C Snr.vf Joe Carr Dick Lotz Ken Fulto Don Iverson John Schlce Lou Graham Hemoro' Bl.mcas Bobby ,','iifc.'ie[| 71-40-72-212 70-72-70--212 72-72^8--212 70-72-71--213 71-70-72--213 72-49-72--213 7i.73.49--213! 72-71-71-- 2U 70-7^-70--214 74-71-49--JM 69-72-74-215 72-71-72-215 72-72-71-213 73-71-71-215 72-71-72-215 71-72-72-215 71-74-70--215 72-7J-69--215 74-69-73-216 OLYMPICS Russia and East Germany Strongest Threats to V. S. MUNICH (AP) -- Russia and among the Yank giants is 7- will be the 1,500 featuring Iron Curtain brother East Germany will be the strongest Carolina State, but the key man challengers to the favored could become nimble 6-foot-6 United States when the race for gold medals begins today at the 20th Olympic Games. Boris Jermakov, a Russian tol shooting. However, American swimmer Mark Spitz is poised to pursue an unprecedented seven first places. A record 10,000 athletes from a record 122 nations will strain, mentally and physically, for a record 195 gold medals in a record 22 sports. The United States whipped Russia 45-29 in golds at the 1968 ".ames in Mexico City and the foot-4 Tom Burleson of North Ed Ratleff of Long Beach State. May Lose Dash Track and field, when it gets world record holder should bag rolling Friday, will feature Munich's first gold in free pis- races at each distance with the · - · · · · second time in 40 years. Russias' Valery Borzov, unbeaten in Europe for two years, has hit 10 seconds flat in the 100-a tenth of "American Jimmy Hues' record of 9.9 set in the 1968 Olympics--and is the choice against U.S. speedsters Robert Taylor, Eddie Hart and Rey Robinson. Borzov and Jamaica's Don Quarrie. a U.S. trained sprint- Yanks also were No. 1 in total er, are hot choices at 200 meters. Quarrie matched the world mark of 19.8 at the 1971 Pan-Am Games. 'Americans are Bowcli'ii Likes What He Sees In Second WVU Scrimmage MORGANTOWN-^-West returned for a touchdown " Virginia Umversty Coach Bobby Bcr|]ie Ga] . ffa one Kern- Marbury was the Bowrien praised his football . ""'""" u a l l l l n led the sc i ua d squad's defensive play following ln P assin g completing 6 of 101 the second intra-squad scrim-: throws for G2 yards, with mage of the season here Satur- interception, day. "We had a stand; We held them. I like t h a t type of defensive play." Bowden said. Some (i,0()0 fans braved the 90 degree heat to watch the play. Tom Geishauser j --AP Wirephoto I WINNING BATTERY CELEBRATES LITTLE LEAGUE VICTORY I Catcher Chang Chi-Hsiung Lifts Pitcher Chen Chih-Shun Taiwan Wins Little League Title for 2nd Year in medals with a 107-91 edge. In four years, East Germany has muscled-up as an international sports power and has wall to-wall contenders housed at Olympic Village. Track Starts Friday Track and field, the "centerpiece of Olympic presentations, won't begin until Friday and another expected U. S. domination of swimming should headline the first week of action, springboard diving opens today with seven dives and the 12 highest scorers advance to Monday night finals. The U S hopes go with air force Capt. Micki King of Pontiac, Mich., Janet Ely of Albuquerque, N.M., and Cynthia Potter of Houston, Tex. Spitz gets the first of his seven gold medal changes Monday night in the 200-meter butterfly The former India University great recently broke the world; record with a 2:01.53 clocking. The Carmichael, Calif., swimmer will later splash through t h e 100-meter butterfly, freestyle events at 100 and 20( meters and three relays. He is world record holder in all four ndividual tests. U. S. Cagers Play Czechs Shane Gould, a blonde Aus- ralian, held five world records earlier this year and is a solid choice to score triumphs in freestyle events of 100, 400 and t,500 meters. longshots here with Larry Black, Chuck Smith and Larry Burton. Blacks' 20.0 is the best time ever among the Yanks. Americans are favored in the 400-meters with Vince Matthews John and Smith, Wayne Collet capable of a sweep. Dave Wottle of Canton, Ohio, is coholder of the 800-meter world record at 1:44.3, but has jeen bothered by knee prob- :ems. Finland's Pekka Vasala turned a 1:44.5 last week and could pull a stunner. Ryiui Vs. Keino One of the Munich classics American Jim Ryun in a race against defending Olympic champion Kip Keino of Kenya. Then, there's the one they call "The Impossible Race," a 5,000-meter chase where longhaired Britisher David Bedford and the Finnish pair of Lasse Viren and Juha Vaatainen will run against American record- holder Steve Prefontaine of Coos Bay, Ore. U.S. heavyweight Duane Bobick, a 208-pound sailor from Bowlus, Minn., is a strong hope for a gold medal in boxing competition. As usual, the bulk of competition will come from Russia and Soviet bloc nations. Pa. (AP),score in their other two innings for ni yards and one touchdown. Brian Chilos carried the ball 15 times for GO vanls and three tliouchdowns. j Taiwan scored a 0-0 victory The squad will participate injover Hammond Lid., and won r e c e i v e d another scrimmage next Satur-)its second straight Little two day, in preparation for the Sept.!League Baseball championsip. interceptions, one a 42-yard pass 9 home opener against Villano-j I-in had a homerun from Chuck Fiorante which WILLIAMSPORT ·Lin Hsing-Jui collected three! at *° a 'Is and Chen Chih-Shun hurled j Ev . er y member of the Taiwan a four-hit shutout Saturday as n"TM^.lTM'^ ^^ Powers Home Run Taiwan opened the scoring MOTOCROSS RACE the 'bottom of the third, used Lin's double, sin- SUNDAY, AUG. 27-1:30 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE Practice 12 Noon Phew 9 2 5 - 4 5 4 4 or 935-9012 Fcr Parthtr Information 5 CLASSES-3-7 LAP HEATS TROPHIES GIVEN TO 1 jt 5 PLACES Admission 2.00, Children 50' under 6 Free AMA SANCTIONED TtOPHIIS FOI JUNIOIIVINT. 1« YI»«S * UNDII ROCKY FORK RACEWAY Rou r fork Rood CW T v l c r T j l f f Ml. Mer-ory Guide )pm 1-640' ! .'7 Eun. I 1 A WIDER FASTER TRACK errors to push across |St. Albaiis Jr. 'Players Called i\vho relieved starter John j Davis in the third inning. : Taiwan's final run came on ·Lin Chen Man's RBI single. | Hammond's only threat came j i n the first and final innings. | Mike Rozgony doubled to lead as Chen finished the game with a strikeout. Earlier in the day, San Juan, Puerto Rico scored three las inning runs to gain a 5-5 tii with Pearl City, Hawaii, in a consolation game. 4 Nominated For All-Time WVU Football MORGANTOWN - Three members of the 1971 West Virginia University football team and one from the 1970 squad have been nominated for future- consideration on the WVU All- Time Team, director of athletics Leland Byrd announced Saturday. Dr. Byrd made the announce Davidson said the players;went to third on a ground out. £hmild_bring_light_practice gear .[However, he remained stranded ·¥*¥¥¥^^ML^jtj^^p MM t ¥¥ ^j 'SPEND A HAPPY LABOR DAY WEEKEND" J ' ^ * * * * * * */ * ^ * * * * * * * * * * * * * * * WITH THE CHARLIES AT WATT POWELL PARK SEPT 1 thru SEPT 4. PLAYING RICHMOND BRAVES IN A FINAL FOUR GAME HOME STAND FRIDAY SEPT. 1,7:47 P.M. "AIR NATIONAL GUARD NITE WITH ANTABULOUS FIREWORKS SHOW IMMEDIATELY FOLLOWING THE GAME OVER 100 AERIAL BURSTS AND EIGHT FIELD PIECES it GET YOUR TICKETS IN ADVANCE! SAT. SEPT. 2, 7:47 P.M. "TEAM PICTURE NITE' EACH CHARLIE FAN WILL RECEIVE AN "8x10" TEAM PHOTO FREE! · . , St. Albans Junior High eighth)off the game, but wascutdown ' 'and ninth grade football candi-jat third on a fielder's choice. In ' |dates should report to the school I the sixth, Rozgony singled tojment following a recommenda- t iat :f p.m. Monday, coach All lead off the inning, reached! tion from the WVU All-Team Davidson announced. i second on a passed ball and committee which was composed of Louis Meisel, Neil Shi-eve, A. L. (Shorty) Hardman, Mickey Furfari, Tony Constantine, Dave Jacobs, Brad Kincaid, Jack Tennant, Dick Polen (ex-officio) and Dr. Byrd (chairman). The four new members are running back Pete Wood, defensive back Leon Jenkins, offensive guard B. C. Williams (all from the '71 squad) and running back Bob Gresham from the 1970 team. All were elected unanimously. These new- members are placed in a "pool" of Post-1970 players--new- players will be added each year--until a Post-1970 team is selected at a later date. . Teams are divided into three 'eras--pre-1930, 1930-50 and 1950 : and 1950-1969. Other members of j t h c Post-1970 pool include linebacker Dale Farley, fullback- tight end Jim Braxton and quarterback Mike Sherwood. All were elected last summer. Wood, a three-year Ictterman iat WVU gained 1.093 yards during his Mountaineer career as a hard-running fullback. The 5-8, ! 190 pounder, from Bluefield I ranks fourth among all-time I WVU rushers. j Williams, who lettered in 1970 ' a n d 1971, earned third team !ail-American honors from the' {Associated Press his senior sa-| son. At 50-10 and 250 pounds, thej · Clifton Forge. Va., native 1 ;played offensive guard for West! i Virginia. Jenkins, a 6-0, 165 pound de: fensive back from Weirton, was a three-year letterman who! provided consistent play for the! Mountaineers at counterback. I Gresham, who lettered in' ; 1968-69-70. is West Virginia's : all-time leading rusher. The 6-0. 192-pound running back from Yukon gained 2,181 yards in his' three-year Mountaineer career.' SUN. SEPT. 3, 1:47 P.M. "HAWAII DAY" FIRST 500 LADIES WILL RECEIVE A VANDA ORCHID! TWELVE FIELD RIPENED PINEAPPLES AS GATE PRIZES!, FLOWN TO CHARLESTON FROM HAWAII ON UNITED AIRLINES More than half the sports see first-day activity in the $1 bil lion Munich Olympics including basketball, rowing, boxing, soccer, gymnastics, weightlifting, field hockey, wrestling, diving, water polo, modern pentathlon, shooting and volleyball. The United States, although having never lost a basketball game in Olympic History, figures to get a stiff challenge from Brazil. Russia, Yugoslavia and Cuba Coach Hank Iba's troops open play Sunday against Czechoslovakia I Soccer football, 10 a.m.. West Germany Iba has the youngest, tallest! unit^'S'A^K; .±°vf HTM: USA team ever. Included!^, p at f sranuberB; and Brazil vs Dcn " Today's Schedule MUNICH (AP) - Sunday's schedule o events in the Oljftnplc Games, Eastern Daylight Time: Gymnastics, 3:30 a.m.--5:45 a.m., worn- ens team compulsory exercises. 6:15 a.m.--8 a.m. men's team compulsory ex ercises. 10 a.m.--1:30 p.m., women's team compulsory exercises. 2 p.m--5-30 p.m. men's team compulsory exercises. Rowing, 4 a.m--7 a.m. ana 9 a.m.--12 p.m., heats. .Basketball, 4 a.m., Poland vs. Philippines, 5:30 a.m. Cuba vs. Egypt; Jem. United States vs. Czechoslovakia. ' 9:30 a.m., Japan vs. Bdazik 11 a.m., Yugoslavia vs Italy. 1:30 p.m., Senegal vs. Russia. 3 p.m., Spain vs. Austria. 4:3C p.m., West Germany vs. Puerto Rico Modern Pentathlon, 4 a.m.~7 a.m., and 9:30 a.m.--12 p.m., riding. Shooting, 4 a.m.--11 a.m., free pistol, final; trapshooting, first round. Wrestling, 5 a.m.--9 aim., and 2 p.m.-5 p.m., freestyle, first rountf. Volleyball, men, 5 a.m., Cuba vs. East Germany; 9 a.m., Poland vs. Czechoslovakia, 2:30 p.m., Korea vs. Bulgaria Volleyball, Women, 10:30 a.m., Hungary vs. West Germany. 4 p.m., Korea vs Russia. Field hockey, 5:30 a.m., West Gedmany, vs Belgium. 8:30 a.m. Pakistan, vs France, Malayia vs. Uganda and Spain v *- Argentina. 10 a.m., India vs. Nether- ands, Kenya vs. Poland, Australia New Zealand and Britain vs. Mexico. Boxing, 8 a.m.--12 p.m., and 2 p.m.--« p.m., first round bouts. Ight, under _, . - . . , . . . . _ ,- _-roup B. Diving, 8 a.m., women's 30-meter pringboard qualifying, first three dives. 3 p.m. Next four dives. Wafer polo, 5 a.m., Yugoslavia vs. Canada, Hungary vs. Netherlands and Spain vs. Japan. It a.m. Mexico vs. Cuba, r i i i i i SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brought to you by ... I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I Games brought out a host of VIP's--among them three West* German chancellors, the secretary general of the United Na-|| tions, and Prince Rainier and Princess Grace of Monaco. I urn(ft Charleston Welshtllfllng, 8 a.m., flywel 14.4 Ibs Group A. 2 p.m.. Grow Old Fighter Schmeling Receives Most Applause MUNICH, Germany (AP)--The opening of the Olympic! Here's a pro football oddity ... Quarterback Bobby Douglass of the Chicago Bears had the greatest day of his career the dav he played with a broken wrist mi iiis t h r o w i n g hand! . . . On Nov. 22, 1970 in a game against Buffalo, he threw l o u r touchdown passes to lead the Brears to a 31-13 victory . . . After, X-rays revealed he'd been n playing with a broken wrist, but oddly, that was the best game he ever played in the National Football League! Did you know that the United States won every summer Olympics from 1896 to 1936 . . , And only two other countries beside the U. S. have ever won the summer Olympici in modern times . . . Germany won in '36 and Russia won in 1956 and 1960 . . . The U. S. has won all the others. Here's a little-known ('act about infieldcrUick Allen of the White Sox . .. When he was in high school in Wampum, I'a., his high s c h o o l , basketball team won a state championship even though t h e r e were only .')0 boys in tin; entire school! . . . Allen led the team in scoring and rebounding. I bet you didn't know . . . as long as men want the finest in wearing apparel, Schwabe-May will continue to serve them . . . with Mickey-Freeman, the name that has signified perfection in clothing for over seventy years. Stop in and see our super- looking collection of Fall suits and sportcoats from Schmeling, who lost his title to Joe Louis whom he had | Hickey-Freeman. beaten earlier, is Uie only German ever to hold the heavy- 1 weight crown. He has become a living legend to his country- But it was an old fighter, Max Schmeling, who got the most electric applause from bystanders as he left the stadium. , T , Max, Max," several in the crowd called as a grinningi| C U S T O M I Z E D ' C L O T H E * Schmeling pushed his way through. · Every Day Is DOLLAR DAY at BOND! TICKET OFFICE OPEN DAILY AT WATT POWELL PARK PHONE 346-0734 At Bond Industrial, We Loan THOUSANDS of $ $ $ $ Everyday To Deserving People, _^^ Like Yourself, For Every Imaginable PurposeT _ If You're A Homeowner, You May Qualify For A BIG CASH LOAN From BOND TO CONSOLIDATE ALL YOUR BILLS! TIlA EVBAM«|!B* I a««i B__. _ ·_ ·· M · ···*··.» __ MON. SEPT. 4, 1:47 P.M. CLENDENIN LUMBER SUPPLY COMPANY DAY 3 BIG GATE PRIZES!! HOURS MONDAYS 'Tit 7 P.M. TUESDAY WEDNESDAY THURSDAY FRIDAY ·m.s.p.i. SATURDAYS The Friendly Loon People At Bond Will Loan You Cash, Fast, For Any Worthwhile Purpose!* · School Tuition Expenses · Furniture Appliances · Back-To-Scfioo! 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