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9C--Aug. 27, 1972 Charltston, W«t Virgini International League Averages Good Frosh Crop Boosts Tech's Hopes n,TM^ 1 *" 1 W '" lamS StaU^ff"^*^!!^'^^^^ 6 TM^ in 5 1Ude Daleba( ' k could h a v e a ' hance t o i M f i - a l l t«am defense along w i t i x k n l s start to ha MONTGOMERY--As snmmw elDacK - m tne "V1AC. He at- Railenas from Ceredo-Kenova; nlav. "The fiirnnwitinn will HP u vrtw nu..-.: H«r n nc n i-,.- , ,.^ _,,.,, ,._.i .i_. _n MONTGOMERY--AS summer 'draws to an end, preparations (Includt «am« pliyed Au*. 21) Club Baiting Club Louisville Charleston Toledo Rochester Peninsula Syracuse AS R H HR RBI Pet. ·1335 i8? 1205 61 . .280 Whillock, Tol. 6 4 54 46 24 ii t.tJ\f. , DiLauro, Pen 3 1 47 44 15 34 i.oo Corf^renCC. Parker^ Tide. 12 9 1 3 3 1 5 4 58112 2.70 2 52 47 32 36 1 iJX *? 6 '° 79 80 " SS ' 257 """"-'SO", KI irn? 5J? ml 52 47 ° -MSISpicer, Til. 4079 472 1014 89 429 .249lAAiller Roch 4093 538 1004 100 495 .2*5l*nnnr-4 4071 485 993 46 44 "INDIVIDUAL BATTII/G 39 ' 'Atorp' riSi' Player and Club AB R M HR RBI Pet |Pi?tle sjr '7 3 4 0 2 .353 Bauer, Tide. ... . . . A»l«l|7 11V1I1 VJII ITUIIU ........ _TM. . x t ^ ,, a x u, At West Virginia Tech, coach Terry Murphy from RobXn,*-. 7 Vn » 6u 6 75 |-gCh«Me Cobb has kept himself j David O'Neal from Spicer, Tol. . . 2 1 M A? n in ioe DUSV nrpnarincr fnr rVni 1070 ..i ;,,_ »^_-. · 2 2 58 62 12 20 25 47 ' s i i d e i a 60 29 4 . « ° ' ° " Barski, Tol. Labov, Pen. Bumbry, Roch. Torres, Syr. Kopacz, Char. LaRussa, Rich Mason, Lou. Cooper, Lou . _ .... . . . .,,.. Nelson, Lou. .. 250 42 78 4 24 .312 Conains, Roch. 344 51 107 7 41 311 423 52 130 7 45 .307 2 69 60 29 49 3'l3 S 129 106 69 80 3.21 S 112 111 44 91 3.21 58 3 20 1 9 .345 381 73 130 5 38 .341 33 3 11 1 2 .333 438 61 137 10 62 .313 34! 58 107 9 36 .314 . 217 24 68 1 35 .313 . 4 8 4 81 151 9 75 312 Glass, Tide. Lou. Brown, Pen. Zlsk, Char. . . . 382 70 116 20 75 .3*4 for the QB position are Lester Tharp from Grecnbrier East; busy e i n g fo campaign' Lai year Cobb's Closler, Syr. Hambriaht, oy .. 4 10 6 0 1 28 '32 9 18 5i5i 6 6 109 87 33 64 3.22, » 11 177 162 80 120 3.2s! 6 2 88 70 61 10 6 3 100 62 34 2-6-1 record, which was an improvement over the previous ,,,, in which the Bears ,. - iu7J w °n 2, lost 15 and lied 1. « 'M ail- Cobb has a fine crop of fresh-'siv 6 3 loo 62 34 91 s.'sslmen this year. In the 4 \ ?2 % $ 7, 3-34 !2 quarterbacks, one 9 9 167 191 63 130 3^42 6 8 119 123 35 90 3.48 p;Riley, Rich. 6 7 88 72 38 57 3.48 . . . 401 76 121 10 57 .297 464 72 137 9 75 .296 Doltnsek, Pen. McKinney, Syr. Evans, Lou. . Go99in, Char. Theodore, Tide. -^.- lt . tJ , i u . 70 ran*., »yr Comer, Tol. .. 179 27 53 5 25 .296 Burton, Lou Gallagher, Lou. 336 40 99 3 37 .295 Freeman, Ri Sands, Char. .. 193 3t 57 12 41 .295 Manz, Roch' 395 45 116 2 40 .294 Stickels. Syr 362 45 106 1 18 .293 Garland, Roch. 6 are . the 199 35 60 4 28 166 20 50 3 20 .~.,,,uuu, ,,,,,.,, 220 35 66 7 30 .300! Lohlink, Lou'. 3 2 41 45 25 33 ill! 244 37 73 14 46 .299 Prondorf, Syr 1 · - - - -- ' . 437 80 130 13 85 .297 ' ' Bears. Last year's quarter Spring. Michaels , Pole, Lou Pazik, Syr. Syr. 1 4 64 to 28 64 3sji , . "f'"'5- »iu;ii.«;ia TOI 2 6 ^66 54 35 s5 xssjplayed every game, grabbing M distinction of having the _ ... 93 8 147 151 2 17 19 Knox, Tol. Leon, Tol. .. Morales, Tide. Torchia, Lou. Tepedino, Syr. Walton, Syr. Watts, Roch. Hahn, Tide. . Bladt, Syr. . Jata, Tol. .. Ptell, Lou. . Sharon, Char. Aaron, Rich. . 240 37 69 2 28 .288 216 22 62 5 38 .287 . 167 23 48 2 18 .287 393 59 112 13 56 .285 1 2 17 19 7 12 3.71 12 9 147 129 73 109 3.73 3 2 89 96 27 57 3.74 2 2 12 12 5 3 3.75 8 139 144 n 130 3.76 Kirkpatrick. Ro. 9 9 173 181 44 104 3SO Magnuson, Syr. 8 - - - - - - - Holdsworrh, Tol 7 Lobb, Rich. 7 140 140 41 62 3.86 4 87 95 31 65 3.83 2 2 69 70 45 33 3.91 168 17 47 1 Is 2;| Moore,' Char. 7 6 n TM * 5 ' 368 51 102 3 34 .277 Wegener, Pen. 5 10 105 . 363 58 102 22 80 .281 Hinton, Syr ' 5 15 2.PS| Moore, Char. 7 6 W is 51 37 434 73 120 12 45 .276 87 9 24 1 14 .276 Dillman, Tide. 5 Carman, Lou. 11 58 4.03 Dale back could have a chance to monill u^m defense along w i t h d t n l s start to have other inter- t^mDt^dMi~n«^'anrt'«,"mnW nT^'iTr vf Ce £ edo : Ke TM va: .P la - v - "The competition will be a better pass defense. Last year ests and the athletic program *7n^^^ wm- faa,i w i t h mexpen- suifers. Sports should be the ^ O v a i d s a n d t y . Danny Sears from Montgom-the team as a uml." Freshmen once on both teams, especially rallying point for the student r^^ ' d ° WS from wi " also have a !;' hance al the the offensive u n i t . " ' body, the school and the com- rnm, I.A'C «·-,"» , u '1°^ Pf ma ' lent one ITMTM "''.n- overall depth than we schools' in the conference will be COBB HAS M t t H to choose last year. In the spring Cobb have had in the past. Most of stronger than last vear We om in the backfield. Marvin worked with Dave Blackburn the pi-i-sonnel will he inexpert- piobablv won't run "into' a n y Moore from Green brier West and Jim Nesselroad. but the job rtu-ed. with half the squad weak teams in the conference and Richard Boone from Green- is still up for grabs. i,,.in s f,. ( . s |in u .n. ll.,w fast ih.-y We will improve along w i t h t h e make for a backfield From the offensive unit of last adjust from high school to other teams " at o u a r l e r h a r t " ri, If ? e ,l° SS ° fJT ? mseaSOn - Cobb wil1 h a v e U:lvo l '°"' W |)la - v "'" '"''l' (M "'- W h a t lies in store for the I'I72 at quarterback, Chancy has made the need foriEads at tight end: Dwight Stull »'im just how far we go." Golden Bear Football t e a m - wide receivers acute. Eric Ford;and Don Lucas as tackles: and Asked if he thought Tech was only time can t e l l . W i t h the it-iCecil Tominack and Denver going through a cycle in its ii.iprovement of last year's "-'Barker as guards. I n ^ t h e back- a t h l e t i c programs. Cobb said, team and the molding of a new Va. prospects said Cnbb. secondary include Don Dean from Pocahontas; Mike Miller from he has most pass attempts and the from East Bank. Ohio: Robert Dawson from Sis- a starting spot, sonville; Jack Bodner from According to Cobb, many Martinsburg; and Dave Bailey;freshmen will be playing. "We from Winfield. In the linebacker!will go with a freshman quarter-; spot Cobb has Dorsey Long'back, some defensive backs ' from Logan and Steve Hess'and a linebacker." He added Defensively he Bailevs and P r i c e at "We are in has Chuck of general quarterback this year, it prom- run in ises to he an exciting season Stu- and hopefully a winning one. that a good fast freshman half- . 449 59 123 4 40 .274 Dillon. Rich. . 3 8 0 65 104 14 47 .274: Crosby, Syr 339 37 93 1 39 .274 Re«J, Pwi 5 66 76 24 3X 4.0! . . 8 139 128 63 112 4.14 3 9 111 97 68 68 4 14 6 8 111 117 52 57 4.22 '.'.""«'" 'ij'~"i-._, ' "TM *" '-* ' "" .*,-. i rvciru, rt?n. 9 14 182 196 64 80 McDonald, Tide 323 38 88 8 44 .272|Renilf, Syr. 5 11 102 99 SI 55 Hcwe, Char. . . 3 6 5 (8 99 14 52 .271 Morel, Lou. 7 5 1 1 3 1 1 0 47 75 4 M JoserHl, Ri-Char. am 41 84 12 62 .271 Britlon, Pen. 7 8 1 1 1 1 0 2 79 66 4 3 f Brown, Tide. .. 144 13 39 0 19 .271 Lamb, char. 4 7 90 9J 44 3» 4 4 Bushman, Char. 318 54 86 1 24 .2?o|o'Brien, Roch. 5 8 81 89 39 45 4~44 Correll, Leu. . . 3 4 4 57 119 in «0 .268 Sheppard, Pen. 4 6 69 61 56 40 4'57 Cabell, ROCh. . 493 74 131 8 59 .266 Rogers, Pen. 2 5 49 57 21 28 459 Etheridse, Tide. 297 35 79 2 39 .266 Taylor, Tide. 6 2 35 44 20 23 463 Robles, Roch. . 289 22 77 5 29 .266 Glassco, Pen. 0 4 54 65 31 38 467 154 19 41 2 16 .266|Beard, Rich. 6 1 3 1 3 2 1 6 3 49 80 470 407 35 1C8 0 31 .265|Blosse, Tol. 5 9 1 2 5 1 3 7 84 74 511 Fuller, Rich. Gamble, Tol. .. Barry, Rich. . Molinaro, Tol. Matchick, Roch. Sanders, Tol. . Baker, Syr. ... Didier, Rich. . Scrievner, Tol. . Mangual, Pen. . Cotlon, Tide. Fazio, Roch. . Taveras, char. Blessilt. Tol. . Estrada, Roch. . Thornton, Rich. Collins, Tol. . Pacheco, Syr. . Rodriguez, Pen. 336 45 89 14 43 .265 329 39 87 3 33 .264 401 47 105 11 58 .263 23 1 6 0 2 .261 409 51 106 0 31 .259 318 26 82 2 35 .258 225 30 58 4 22 .258 476 77 122 13 49 .256 153 13 39 0 14 .255 232 23 59 2 29 .254 4J1 49 106 1 42 .252 326 36 82 7 34 2.52 151 15 38 6 11 252 107 19 27 11 23 .252 327 37 82 8 51 .251 135 17 33 1 6 .248 393 41 97 17 60 .247 Carthel, Pen. . 299 25 73 7 37 .244 Hosley, Tol. .. 400 55 97 23 63 .243 Pena. Syr-Tol. 261 34 63 10 44 .241 RepoZ, Roch. . . 2 0 0 33 48 11 47 740 Gosger, Tide. . 427 68 102 9 56 239 Grayson, Tol-Syr. 180 17 43 6 26 239 Kennedy, Roch. 357 34 83 3 28 232 Johnson, Roch. 161 15 37 3 17 230 Miranda, Pen. .. 148 15 34 0 13 230 Hunter, Lou. . . 378 43 86 4 52 .228 Kelly. Rich. . XO 31 68 2 30 .227 Alcaraz, Ri-Char. 360 34 59 9 24 .227 Howard, Char. 210 33 47 7 35 .224 Eckpnrodp, Roch. 85 15 19 2 11 224 ~ ' ~ ' - 238 36 53 8 24 .223 . 271 29 60 0 9 .221 . 386 48 84 4 30 .218 . 243 4? 53 12 37 .218 Brooks, Tol, Hacker, Pen. Frazier, Syr. Paclwa, Syr. .. . Picnardo, Tide. 170 22 37 0 9 218 F«.S. V ££: ::l" II II t i* 'TM . Tide. 47 i 10 o i .213!mile championship auto race. 1 17 .209 X T L n r.\. T iU«^ U- . 1 1 Frontino, Char. 3 5 73 81 37 37 s!?9 Snvder, Lou. " - -- ·- Grill Tol. Cloninger, Rich. 0 Makowski, Tol. 0 5 40 42 19 24 6.08 3 30 43 28 19 6.90 1 8 H 6 7 7.38 1 3 2 3 1 9.20 Wynne, Pen. 0 0 12 90 7 9 12.75 Jerry Grant Tops Magic 200 Barrier ONTARIO, Calif. (AP) Jerry Grant drove a lap at 201.414 miles per hour Saturday to become only the second driv- ·$£ er to ever crack the magic 200 barrier on a closed course. He did it in official qualifying f ,1 r, . . . _ * . "^ o the Sept. Hermoso, Pen. . . 282 29 59 , ,, lm Brand, Pen. ... 206 28 43 2 16 209 Fernandez, Syr. 180 22 37 6 20 .206 Vclazque?, Rich. 137 11 28 i 21 206 Piljmaurice, Rich. 336 39 67 12 49 199 Kolb, Char Coulter. Tide. . Kennedy, Tide. Wnlselh, Rich. . Booker, Char. Damaska, Pen. Maduro, S»"-. . . . Bryan!, Lou. Del Orbe, Tide 191 20 36 3 19 .18« . 176 U 33 4 12 .188 244 19 45 0 17 .184 . 82 6 15 0 6 .183 . 182 10 31 0 11 .170 - . 2 5 2 4 0 3 .160 . !2S 8 20 0 11 .156 . 32 2 4 0 4 .125 6 0 0 0 0 .000 Leaders BATTING: (350 or more at bats) Bumbry, Roch., .341. RUNS: Cooper, Lou , 81 HITS: Cooper, Lou, 151 TOTAL BASES- Not only that, he roared around the 2.5 mile Onatrio Motor Speedway twice at speeds in excess of 200 mph. Grant's brilliant effort in one of Dan Curacy's Offenhauser- powered Olsonite Eagles gave him temporary possession of the pole position for the 700,000 race. The only other official closed h°° P i C 2, : j coul 'se clocking above the 200 Isaac's AMONG RETURNING PLAYERS AT WEST VIRGINIA TECH ^JJ5j^5f' r °ad (Left) and Linebacker Rejrjrie Billups Grant Petitt as tackles, and Keggic Billups and Gary Smith as line-backers. In the secondary there is only mil- returning starter--Mark Redden. The whole secondary was lost due to the gradutions of and Mjke White. Don Crock, Gary Tominack, and Gene Tuckwiller played in the secondary last season so aViy one of them will he able to take those roles this season. Mike Gibson, a transfer from WVU. will be trying for a position in the backfield. Dennis Young, a Concord College transfer who played outstanding spring ball, and Gary Facemyer will be considered for running back spots. Buzz Hill, who is returning from service, will be another possibility at defensive back. Punting will probably come from the foot of Sterling Lewis while Wayne Price will have the place kicking duties. This year's team includes six seniors and four juniors, the rest being freshmen and sophomores. Many of last year's freshmen dominate the speciali- ty teams: goal line defense with Dave Blackburn and Don Williams; the punlin and extra point team with Dean Misch, 1 Blackburn and Williams. 1 LOOKING FORWARD to this season, Cobb said, "we must eliminate mistakes and improve the kicking game from last year. The offense will depend Photo upon the efficiency of the backs and the blocking' of the line. Defensively, we must improve Reading Saddle-Mate PARTS TOOL CARRIER Three stondord sizes to f i t most p i c k - u p t r u c k s . L i f t - u p l i d s h a v e s e l f · locking braces with safe- t y l a t c h . Sliding t r o y with adjustsble removable dividers. Deep stor- a g e c o m p a r t m e n t f o r larger tools. $140°° TOOL MATES 48" to 107 Vz" LONG STEWART EQUIPMENT Co., 1916 Bigley Ave., Charleston-346-0868 INC. : M.insual,'201.104 ',,'«'!" i""' ,' · · - ' · · " " · "«""«n Char., 2.10 ««.. O L (154 InnSO. ilm dl Individual Pitching !r«anr'c Pitcher And Club W L IP M BB SO ERA 1 4 wao nn n o c^ wa S «n a 2.66 , . Reynolds, Roch. 8 House, Rich. 4 Colpaert, Char. 14 Grabcr, Char. 13 Gilbrcth. Tol. Jefferson, Ro. Bolin, Lou. 6 Veale, Char. . 4 McK», Char. I SO ERA . . o 38 3i ii M 0.951 mile tn-oval course, steeply R! r. o o ? 7 ^ i^ j^banWand"builtTo^eed' ' in 87 if £ J;gl Nc vcr Missed Beaf 3 154 119 45 99 2.'lOI 4 3 68 56 38 64 6 2 85 59 57 55 1 45 37 9 47 ...,, 2 73 67 32 ii 2.47 7 U1 US 62 137 2.63 The engine never missed a t," the 37-year-old Grant 2.2o!said after the 10-mile qualifying which averaged 199.600 Fischer Sued for $1.75 Million REYKJAVIK!^-- A New York movie maker served formal notice on Bobby Fishcer Saturday that he is the American seclusion observing the Sabbath I City federal court. It is part of of his Worldwide Church of God. a triple-barreled legal assault Stein served papers in the suit planned by Stein to tie up Fisch- brought by movie maker Ches-ier's assets in the United States, title chess match with Soviet Cramer crossed a holel lobby, jences with Fox. OPEN DAILY 10-10; SUNDAY 1-7 SUN., MOM., TUES., WED. WHILE QUANTITIES LAST /· -- -- · - " - · · I VIM.MUV-* ·_» v»i.iv,v* a. i IVMVJJ .luk/u j . i tllUco W iLll ]C U \ champion Boris Spassky. ICramer did not immediately in-j Fischer leading 10'i to 71^ From the American camp at form Fishcer. and two points from virfor'C AUTO SERVICE SPECIALS the same time, cams news of a possible fresh protest in the offing about seating arrangements in the playing hall. While the controversy bubbled, it was an off day at the two points from victory "Do you think we would stands to gain five-eights of wake him up for that?" an j total prize fund of around : aide saifl - quarter of a million dollars The suit requires Fishcer or a "We are getting near the end representative to appear within and I don't want to see that 20 days before Judge Constance money wind up in a Swiss ' --^ -- -..« --« « « j ·-* "^»«i ^, u wugt; vviiaia'iii,*; I I I U I I C V W J I I U UL chess board. Fischer was in i Baker Motley in a New York bank," Stein said THE PLACE TO BUY NEW GUNS, Hunting Season Opens Sept. 9th in the Following Counties: Boone, Fayette, Kanawha, Lincoln, Logan, Mmgo, McDowell, Raleigh, Wayne, and Wyoming. Come in today and pick up a free copy of the 1972 hunting regulations. ABSOLUTELY THE LARGEST AND MOST COMPLETE STOCK OF NEW AND USED SHOTGUNS AND H I G H - P O W E R E D RIFLES IN WEST VIRGINIA! WE HAVE THE HARD- TO-GET GUNS: WIN- C H E S T E R MODEL 12's, MODEL 37's, Model 97's, 410 PUMPS, REMINGTON 10's AND 3 T s , SMITH AND WESSON AND COLT. BRING IN YOUR OLD GUN OUT-TRADE THE BB. EASY CREDIT TERMS 4-FULL-PLY NYLON CORD BLACKWALLS 9 5( MOUNTED F R E E NO TRADE INS HEADQUARTERS FOR ALL YOUR HUNTING NEEDS! BBJHAS ALL THE FAMOUS BRAND NAME NEW GUNS AT THE BEST PRICES · Browning · Remington · Colt · Marlin · Smith Wesson · Roger · Colt · Savage Winchester · Harrington-Richardson · Weatherby | BB STOCK A COMPLETE LINE OF BB ALSO HAS Cn r , e - B u c k -- Browning Hunting nnd Pocket Knives, Truck Gun Racks, Gun Cases, Hoklcrs, B-B Guns, Pellet Guns, Cleaning Kits, Game Calls, Binoculars, W a l k i e - T a l k i c s , Scope Mount',. R i f l e Sling/,, Gun Racks, Shell Belts. SHOP BB FOR GUNS AND FIND THE UNEXPECTED · COLT AIMS · WINCHESTER MODEL 92-CAL 25-20 · ANTIQUE MOUNTAIN RIFLES · CIVIL WAR MUSKETS · ARTILLERY LUGER · AMERICAN EAGLE GERMAN LUGER Cal. 30 · SMITH WESSON MODEL 39 · SMITH WESSON MODEL 19-2", 4", 6" · FOX STERLINGWORTH (D-B) · CUSTOM BUILT 458 MAG. RIFLE w/DOUGLAS BARREL · LC. SMITH-PARKER (D.B.) · WE ALSO HAVE INEXPENSIVE MILITARY DEER RIFLES Discuss Your Hunting Needs With The Pros In Our Gun Dept. 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