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8C -- Aug. 27. 1972 Sunday Gazettr-Mail Ch»rl»ston,, Dawson Doubtful But Gabriel Ready For Game Toniffht Major League Averages Gty The Assncimcd Prrx.s' Len Dawson is a i l i n g and Roman Gabriel is mending. So don't be surprised if they swap complaints when t h e lyis Angeles Rams and t h e Kansas City Chiefs meet in a pro football exhibition game today. Dawson, 37. a 15-year status symbol for the Chiefs, came down with the flu Ihis week and his status is d o n h l f u l for the National Football League headli-1 ner at Kansas City. ' Gabriel, sidelined by a col-|hi- s first s t a r t i n g assignment at ot,s KC lapsed lung in mid-July, got-quarterback for the Giants Bri "' n v " n back into action for the first a p a i n s , Npw R n p , a n d " n f s l time last weekend as the Rams T , ., , - . - , . , , dropped a 34-9 decision to Oa- J o h n s o n ' l h e f " a n f s Nr kland. He appeared ready to 1S sidelined with a shoulder sep- play. " aration. The Los Angeles-Kansas City Bobby Douglass and game will be played tonight with N i x w j n s h a r e sipnal c a ,, j n R Mc/wuiipn c«i d u t i e s for Chicago, and A M E R I C A N LEAGUE I TEAM BATTING | AB R H HR RBI P e t 1 1112 «4 1009 58 4!3 ,7W Pittsburgh -,770 4fl* 1004 90 J50 ttaiSt Louis yna ill 7-S4 71 398 .248 j Houston 4C17 360 984 67 333 .Z-lSJChlcaqo ,1724 413 ?*1 74 391 .2-!5i Atlanta 1864 «9 943 86 418 244 Los Angplej .101: 459 950 115 433 .237 Cincinnati .«8? 4?9 9H 98 410 .236JSanFrancisco .!8'7 ./. 90S 65 344 ,J34| Philadelphia .-|9S7 371 751 W 343 .2.13! MontriMl 3374 4:1 3/9 78 382 .277; San Di«Jo V1? 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It is one of four games on Ba ' Coach Dan Devine may take-5,^" ?« loda'ys pre-season c a r d . Den- the opportunity to look at rookie iGr^h^ai" 3 ' ver plays at San Francisco.:quarterback Jerry Tagge. thei A D a r r = i o SDS New York Giants at New Eng- Packers' first round draft choice.! Briefs'MI? land, both in the afternoon, and: In games Friday night, De- H asr TM^ T ^ s Chicago and Green Bay play a i t r o i t shattered Washington's Darwin win night contest at Milwaukee. j three-game winning streak 23-jsratt h MM D e l Cincinnati's Bengals play the! 11 at Detroit, and Miami madei^^ r b l i s s c '« Philadelphia Eagles in Phila-lit 'wo in a row by knocking off'Ben cT " delphia Monday night to c l o s e l A t l a n t a 24-10 in the Orange'l'^TM a " out a five-day weekend that in-jBowl. eluded 13 games. Bitten By Flu Bug o'^'J 10 ""! Dawson, who was bedridden as late as Thursday, was one ofj several Chiefs smitten by thejPurTt flu bug. But Coach Hank Stramivnni said Dawson's case was the most severe. If Dawson isn't able to play, M i n __ F G ^^ rem - m Stram probably will call on the. .. M i n --warned 14 Passing yarrh Return yflrds Atlanta Miami . fl 17 75-95 39-U9 84 93 57 27 11-2M 11-73-2 8-40 6-41 4-3 3-2 5-« -1-55 IPetrocelli Bos 'Cash DPI McCraw Cl» Mafldox Tex Alomar Cal B.Robinson Bal Tovar Min Fos:~e Clp 51 131 77 I4R 76 175 * 1(V, 53 135 n 123 57 153 31 86 XI 93 57 100 3 107 419 45 123 1S4 .1? 109 V3A 35 81 375 it, 106 299 44 84 360 26 73 3«3 43 110 397 31 W 415 61 115 361 34.1100 434 76 150 359 51 99 374 35 103 447 45 123 338 49 9? 292 29 79 423 70 114 323 45 87 348 54 93 312 45 33 385 40 10? 313 45 82 437 S3 114 311 33 81 324 30 84 3-M 33 89 392 39 101 420 48 108 397 48 107 :51 39 90 371 5? 95 2o3 13 66 304 35 76 ?81 35 70 474 49 118 439 40 109 4M 60 100 355 36 68 44 .320; Cedpno Htn 59 . 3 1 4 ! C l i n c s P(jh 91 .314' Davaliilo Pqn 52 313 B.Williams Chi 53 .309i Gsrr All 57 .303; SakPr Atl 44 .30l'Mota LA 35 .301! Buckner LA INDIVIDUAL BATTING 250 or more at bats AB R H HR RBI Pel 431 89 148 19 63 .343 261 43 88 278 44 93 11 .337 ISanguillon Pgh 48 .298fM.AIou StL A.Oiivpr Pgh Watson Hln Simmons StL Stargell Pgh Santo Chi Brock Stl Clpmwne Pgh Torro StL Cin 18 .281 ID .261 48 .230 30 .278 a .177 26 .277 you live in Manhattan, ask Jerry Lucas. He has already memorized the first 500 pages. Remember how you used to count cows, sheep and hogs as 22 [335 v p ur parents drove along the 457 73 is? 25 87.333Jhighway. You were pretty good, '" """ - «2.32* huh? Forget it. Lucas was the all-time herd counter. He can tell you the exact day he counted the most cows, and many there were, and between which of T.Perpj Russell LA y '^''iMorgan Cin J' ,,»:w. 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Sodprholm Mm shared quarterbacking duty with Dawson in a 23-17 'loss lo' k i l * ,,. , Baltimore last week. It was the: "{£$ n run (Yror ' mifl " Chiefs first defeat in four; games in the pre-season. First town Gabriel got to play slightly Pa'ijno ^'rd, more t h a n a h a l f against O a ; TM f n v * rtte kland. hi.s first game a c t io num" .".".'.. since training opened. Though L ,,,,,, lo .. his passing wasn't particularly Penalties/wo 1 ! impressive--he completed five 296 33 73 294 33 77 331 36 81 267 37 65 405 51 98 427 53 103 346 47 83 A 67 io 04 314 ,;?jSzemore StL · Beckert Chi 22 9 .: 19 .249 21 .243 ingleton Mtl Edwards Hln Henderson SF E.Williams AH Doyle Phi Maddox SF H.Aaron II DvRader SF Fairly Mil Hutton Phi D.Roberts SD Pgh .240! Hunt Mil Lion, 13 28 25 82 82 2: 43/3 14,25,0 3 40 638 3 8 54 7/61 3 0 ° '° 0-- li 0--S3 marches that set up field goals for David Ray. Washington of eight for 65 yards-the long! °J'"»_ F6 KniQh) ,, time Ram star directed three DM-Barnes i j pass rrom (Mann kick) Dfl--FG Mann 40 ; Del--Owens (50) pas? from -. , . . . . . . (Mann Kick) Denver, which has yet to win,I DOI-FG Mann 50 *»Ynortc tA allnrn^to no\i/lA7 ?ao Wash--C. Taylor (1) pass from Juraen- CApcLLi) ui diiuiiidic ucWiy-ac- sen (Kniqht kick) quired quarterback Charley; ^I'sj 4?? M a n n 12 Johnson With Steve Ramsey ~ ' against San Francisco which will be without back Ken Willard out with a sprained knee. 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It cut ketball schedule that included my study time in half." 31 games a season and numer- "Tower Office" Jous a ji. s t ar anc i post-season af- His ability to store things In,, . his "tower office" apparently r a , . , worked. He was Phi Beta Kap-l In ^ years as a pro player, pa at Ohio State despite a bas-ILucas says he has performed Jhis magic before small private 1 ! audiences. He says chess star ! Bobby Fischer once called him I a "warlock" after seeing him I work at a party--but he didn't i -M-V| | -consider himself a professional Are r mimed T niciaa p n p e arance Johnny Carson show got him the chance t o . perform in his own TV special for kids. "Magic is fun for everyone, but especially for children," he said. "It can be educational. There are hundreds of games uled Sept. 1-4 at North Charles- j involving letters, words and ton has been divided into two numbers that I can teach them Two Flightsj In Tourney The Labor Day Open slow- pitch softball tournament sched 17 .243 30 .261 35 .261 33 .261 42 .260 66 .260 21 .2*0 4B .259 59 .258 31 .256 50 .255 30 .251 29 .251 28 .251 30 .249 50 1248 47 .247 22 .246 39 .245 34 .245 15 .w45 26 .244 93 .242 55 .241 75 .240 394 263 454 303 277 429 111, 167 -126 364 292 307 22 269 r, p r r v Cl Sunday', G»m« Denver nt San Frnncisco, 4 p.m. Los Angles af Kansas City, 9 p.m. na- K aa1 Min tional tnteuision I Paul Tex New York Giants at New England 1| Hunter O*k l ' "* 297 31 64 507 66 109 324 43 65 255 20 48 262 19 47 30 .234 30 .234 28 .234 17 .232 17 .231 35 .231 17 .231 45 .231 36 .230 23 .228 26 .221 67 .220 19 .219 28 .218 13 .216 24 .215 26 .21.5 18 .201 12 .186 30 .179 he was a tyke of 10 Lucas, the 6-8 star of the New York Knicks of the National Basketball Association, is in the city during the off-season preparing for a three-hour television special in which he'll perform tricks of magic and play alphabetical and numbers games for children. The special will be carried on the ABC Television Network the day after Thanksgiving. Eyes TV Career Lucas already has made . - ' J i · * 4j "~*' ·*· " t* his mind to pursue a career mj Middletown : television after he quits · JERRY LUCAS Amazing Memory tion. All the while, though Lucas says his interest has been magic. "Over the last 20 years I have made a thorough study of magic, illusions and the use of alphabetical and numerical systems. Right now, I can do more than 100 tricks with cards. "When I was a kid back in bored P ro 'with the normal routine--riding I in autos, riding my bike, walk- up flights, director Raymond Tabor announced. There will be a championship night for teams that have won or finished second in a league or tournament this year, or par- .. , , , I have maybe three-four j ing to school . By thet i me I was *flr.Q as an antn/n nrnHimtJx;o « -r ,_ _ * _ i _ _ . i _ _ i j._ j ____ i __ ,,. __ years as an productive player," he said in an interview. "I am 32 and physically I feel and perform as good as I ever did. But, let's face it. My time to quit is coming and I'm going to be on the lookout for the signs." A native of Middletown, Ohio, and an All-American at Ohio State, Lucas ranks No. 7 on the VBA's career rebounding list-a total of 12,000 for an average 9, I had started to develop mental games of my own. "I started memorizing things. Like how many steps there were in a flight of stairs, or how many paint strips there were to a mile of highway, how many fence posts there were in this field or that field. "This phone led to poles, counting tele- trees, cows, horses, lamp posts. I counted everything I saw, and I tried to 213 165 59 151 17 6 1.B6 770201 57 178 19 17 1.96 113 94 20 64 10 2 2.06 ' · 94 36 78 6 5 2.09 Brevw LA 238 163 58 154 16 7 2.11 TOWMOTOR imich-travJ»:S" c p"5!."' Gr " n B " v "' """'"""'S^ Monday's Gam» iw'ood Chi at Ph.lanelphia, I! p.m. iCorbin Min Tiant Ro r . 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Champion Phi ] Slow All rr)e- ! Santorini StL of 18.2 per game--and high up remember everything when I on the scoring list with an aver- came back to that spot. age of 19.1 over a period of "I found this helped me with nine years. school and college work. Memo- He's paid a sizeable stimlrizing became a snap because I yearly for Uhis kind of produc-ihad developed an alphabetical CHESS Fischer 'Drawing' His Way In World Championship Play By Edward Foy USCF-rated tournament. We Challenger Bobby Fischer ap- would guess that about 50 play- pears to be "drawing" his wayjers will compete. The highest- to the world chess champion-jscoring West Virginia resident ship. The American whiz has gained a draw in the last five games and now needs only two points to win the title from Russian champion the state tourna- 184 175 51 71 14 9 2.63 118 96 59 93 5 5 2.47 15,1 153 39 58 11 6 2.67 199 168 63 140 14 7 2.76 157 150 52 92 7 4 2.80 130123 24 7 5 1 1 6 2.82 2-19 209 51 160 18 10 2.88 202 169 80 139 10 9 2.90 52 47 13 36 4 7 2.91 701 173 «1 17915 9 2.91 168 143 45 105 7 11 2.93 155 134 44 139 10 8 7.95 115 87 53 83 6 5 2.97 132 118 31 66 5 7 2.99 222 187 106 169 10 13 3.03 171 140 45 95 10 10 3.04 109 88 39 7J 5 8 3.04 156 155 76 90 13 9 3.09 721 199 31 125 12 10 3 1 3 116 120 39 75 4 6 3.16 176 170 38 87 12 7 3.16 134 129 30 82 12 5 3.22 78 72 20 53 6 5 3.23 168162 n i f t s ' S « "J'understand that only two grand-iDr. Nolasco, Don Griffith and 38 71 9 B 3:351 masters were competing. I Mark Smith. It should be a good iw iTM 1 i i! xil! After 11 r o u n d s . Walter show. 'i'l 1 ?? TM !? ?'? -H'jBrowne was in first place, but · J O i j : V j l ^ i J . j / _ _ * 1.M142 57109 4 9 3.58 Bent. Larsen, the 'So '45 M "10'7 3'68 2 |master, has already 1ln s9 « So I 7 3 3 - 77 ?!- carnes - Some of lhe Players who away Spas sky. Spassky, whose Russian counterparts have come up with wild stories of electronic devices about the hall, needs 4Vi points to retain his title. The w o r l d championship match in Reyjavik has oversha- will be recognized as the 1972 state champion. Charles Szasz, de-fending title-holder, will be on hand, although right now he is somewhat nut of practice. It can he- expected that a sizeable number of players from the Bliipfipld-Welch-Norllifork arra will attend for the 1 first time. The Charleston area should be well represented with such play- dowed the U.S. Open in Atlantic!ers as Dave Marples, Joe Bar- Ity, which ended Aug. 25. We ker, John Scherer, Joe Norton, IW OV 40 HU 4 / J.// , . ,, , 142135 63 w s 8 3.86|would normally be competing 132 ns fSWs I'll are in Iceland." specifically Fr. Lombarhy (Fischer's second). Evans, and both Byrne broth- Watch fnr Dr. Jnlm Ki»r- other grand-j nan's story of the 1972 W. Va. lost two) chess classic following the tournament. Dr. K i « r n a n ticipated m ment There will be a first flight for all other teams. TABOR POINTED OUT the two flights are necessary because of the large number of teams. Last year the tourney attracted the largest field of any state slow-pitch event. "In addition." he added, "having two flights will give teams that haven't won a better opportunity to win a tourney." Jackets will be awarded to the winner of each flight, and trophies will go to th° runner-ups in each flight. Tabor said the tourney reserves the right to seed any teams. It will be played on three different fields and will be doubled elimination. Entry fee of $40 must be in by Aug. 29. oCntact Martin Tabor Sporting Goods at 342-3671 or Tabor at 343-3418. Bobcats Boast Ttvo Pairs Of Brothers BUCKHANNON-Good things! sometimes come in pairs, even football players. At least this is what West Virginia Weslyan coach Ralph; Bouch believes these days as he : dwells on the likes of the two to help expand their mental abilities. Learning doesn't have to be dull." Lucas wouldn't: say how much he's getting for the special, but the adding machine in his brain almost surely could have been heard throughout Manhattan. Meantime, where did that deck of cards go? 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