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5D--Sept. 3, 1972 Sunday Gatette-Mail --Ch»rl«»ton, Wtst Vlrtlnli- .._ Marbury Gets Along As 'Minority Man' International League Averages SHERMAN MORGANTOWN - He is a minority man's minority man. That's Kerry Marbury, West Virginia University's speedy football tailback. He is black. He is married. And Kerry is a small-sized football player. All three minority traits could present problems. First the question of race. "I'll tell you straight," says Marbury, "if I had wanted to be away from whites I'd have gone to Grambling or somewhere like that." Sixty of his teammates are white. And every time that Kerry touches the football, he comes into contact with Bemie Galiffa, a white quarterback. "I don't really think about it that, way," Marbury explains. "I'm just out to play football and I respect each guy out there for what he can do. "I try to be friendly with everybody that I can and I get upset when they don't like me," he says. But he gets upset more when fans ask about certain teammates or new recruits and tag on 'Is he black" to the conversation. "I don't like that." Marbury stresses, "so 1 just answer that 'he's a football player.' " Period. Overall Kerry finds little fault in the race relations at WVU. "We have a couple of rebels I guess, but there's nothing so unusual about that. Some guys have had it harder than other®. We just have to understand that and accept them." MARBURY IS a member of a minority group in another way. He's a married college football player. "I guess that lets me study more." he suggests, "because we don't have to live in a dorm." Is he hard to live with during the season? "1 don't think I change much during the season," he replies. "I very seldom gel discouraged and moody about playing. You can't get discouraged much about something you like to do." One job that Kerry's wife Di-j bigger than me." ane does face, however, is Running as the outside thre; Club ! Louisville , Charleston ! Toledo I Rochester Peninsula 'Syracuse ! Tidewater Richmond CLUB BATTING 1. Gamble, TMcdo. 9, MatrMeV. ... AB R H HR RBI Pet. esler, 8; Mangual, Peninsula, 8; Cibeil, 4608 635 4)67 650 44C6 524 4436 SSI 4377 499 4348 571 4293 516 4111 441 1286 66 584 1140 116 400 1136 85 483 1133 88 498 1087 94 453 1069 106 528 76 .279 Roc^P'ler, 8; Evan*. Louisville, £ .260, Homers--Zisk, Charleston, 25; Ho"lV. .258'Toledo, 24; Walton. Syracuse, 23; Ron- .255iriquei, Peninsula, 17; McKlnney, 5yr»-.CaplUl'ra .248;cuse, 16; Manual. Peninsula, 16. ,,,,,,,,. gOOne Tide Trounces Van, 47-28; Adkins Leads Nicholas Win INDIVIDUAL BATTING Pliyir and Club AB R H HR ~ ' - - ' 17 4 6 0 409 79 141 54 6 18 91 6 30 Barskl, To | Bumbry, Roch. ! Torres, Syr. I Laboy, Pen. :C09gins, Roch. i Mason, Lou. Zisk, Char. . | Cooper, Lou . lLaRussa, Rich. ! Kopacz. Char. j Nelson, Lou. Fuller, Rich. McKinney, Syr. Comer, Tol. jSpaU, Tol. Sands, Char. Theodore, Tide. iGoggin, Char. Evans, Lou. Brown. Peri. . Knox, Tol. IDolinsek, Pen. . Gallagher, Lou j Guerrero. Lou. |Torchl«, Lou. I Morales, Tide jLeon, Tol. Hahn, Tide Sladt. Syr. Bushman, Char. Teledino. Syr. Wallon, Syr. G. West 2?, Ph-.vaod !4 RAINELLE - Quarterback uchdown pass to David Eg- leading 8' eston w ' tn s ' x mulutes re " 4 42 6 18 I 3 6 30 2 13 363 57 117 10 45 228 27 72 I 38 417 81 130 25 83 515 86 160 10 78 364 41 113 9 37 474 68 144 II 45 82 4 25 23 55 3 20 42 83 16 53 iO 63 6 31 36 65 38 61 75 147 81 131 449 87 139 15 91 459 53 136 374 47 111 254 34 75 364 42 107 427 48 125 178 24 52 238 28 49 247 40 71 380 54 107 463 77 1JO 356 61 100 421 61 118 388 interesting name of Heavy Pow- ^ es ( a 20-14 come-from-behind Thar^r %"?" ffi ErmG L j»TM 3nrf TM ke C a r u t h J C " kick ^ h ' S third Successive : · ^ Richwood 2.57.- Parker. T.dewater, 273; ers scored two touchdowns each extra point. vicior} over mcnwooa. 266 180 273 208 215 204 493 440 4 12 44 9 78 10 63 7 I 7 3 2 2 3 3 12 1 13 57 86 22 71 63 108 23 Kazmarek, Tide. 188 21 52 3 [Joseph, Char. . HO 45 93 14 Watts, Roch. 186 19 51 6 Correll, Lou. .. 369 62128 10 65 |Pfeil, Lou 474 62 129 Sharon, Char. 383 65 104 Howe, Char. . . 345 68 99 McDonald, Tide. 340 42 92 91 I Aaron, Rich. . Thornton, Rich. Etheridge, Tid*. |Cabell, Roch. . 'Molinaro, Tol. . 'Mangual, Pen. . Gamble, Tol. . Barry. Rich. 'Didier, Rich. . ;jata, Tol. i Scrivener, Tol. [Johnson, Roch. Estrada, Roch, Baker, Syr. .. Brown, Tide. .. Cotton, Tide. Matchick, 1 41 47 53 44 39 13 28 2 44 . 63 3 36 16 54 0 31 14 45 0 33 0 19 0 14 crushing ,away. hitting by "My speed helps me get into the secondary fast," says the Carolina, W.Va.. native. "And most of the defenders hack there aren't that much Blessitt, Tol. Fazio, Roch. . . . Schneck, Tide. . Taveras, Char. Hosley, Tol. '. Pacheco. Syr. . Repoz, Roch. . Carthel, Pen. . Pena, Tol. .. . Gosger, Tide. Rodriguez, Pen. Kelly. Rich. .. Grayson, Syr. . Kennedy, Roch. Alcaraz, Char. Hunler, Lou. Murpny, Rich. . Howard, Char. . Miranda, Pen. . rosier. Rich, . Brooks, Tol. Hacker, Pen. . Sanders, Tol. . Pacfwa, Syr. . Frazier, Syr. Pichardo, Tide. Brand, Pen. Eckenrode, Roch running Kerry for the rest of the season.iwaS^Rich^' "Even the big guys get hurl,"^ 1 ^; pTM*- the Mountaineer junior theoriz-Jco U M Z er! eZ Tide" :h ' es. "I don't think I get anyi K f n n e d V'. TM*-. - . . ,, " , / iFitzmaurice.Rlch. more injuries than anybody jKoib, char. g] se ·' j Booker, Char. WVU RUNNING BACK KERRY MARBURY He's a Member of Three Minorities 337 36 135 25 36 320 38 8S S!7 77 137 339 40 90 512 87 135 418 36 110 354 47 93 342 27 90 100 10 26 244 32 63 178 16 44 179 20 46 438 56 112 156 14 40 153 13 39 Roch. 429 48 109 324 37 82 232 23 58 12 2 3 442 51 110 423 41 105 24 46 141 17 35 1 6 219 37 54 13 45 313 27 77 269 35 66 436 70 105 423 44 102 325 33 77 167 17 44 367 34 84 249 38 62 409 50 93 291 29 .46 243 34 55 151 15 34 340 37 76 255 38 57 301 32 67 31 1 7 552 44 55 51 90 22 37 29 49 24 40 20 10 67 28 40 52 68 VAN--Sherman H.gh nf Seth ball opener Friday night. a high-scoring battle After Braxton twice tied the :2*!"'Ru'ns"b«ited"TnrEvans', l "Lo'g'isvi 1 iie, ·»; ove1 ' ^oone County neighbor game and finally went ahead by 24Siwaiton. Syracuse, M; zisk, Charleston,;Van here Fridav night., 47-28, 20-14 in the third quarter, Rick: Loulsv.lle. 78; Theodore.,.^ ^ ^ wfaft-g 41 . game Watsolli Doddridge'S ' " ,, .353 Brumbzy, Roche^er? 1 ^'; Tv^dino*' sy*' regular-season winning streak ground gainer of the night, maining in the game here Fri- .34s!«cuse, {«,- Bushman, ' Charleston'. 15: this coming Friday night at :scored and his teammate by the day night to give Greenbrier -Ajj| Sharon, Charleston, 13; CabeM, Rochester, TT/j n ri«M . . . . . _ _ __ * C T ° 322j Pitching (150 314i --Garber, Cha ""Charleston, 2.57; Parker. fidVwater. "7.73; ers scored two touchdowns each extra point. TDn , ,.,,,. Charles. [or t(le S h errnan Tide and L a,.. Braxton, after two success- ! West came from a 14-6 deficit ton itch i4xi- 'cSipaTM! 1 "charfes'ton''''^'- 20 P' cke ^ U P -~ vs ~d s rushing ful kicks by Denver Baker, in the final period with Floyd sko'k, Louisviiie, i4-7,' parker^Tid'ewateri'and Caruthers followed with 82. elected to go for a two-point 'Jones who was the leading '^Vik^-Mon^ur^en'ns'uia, ,«.-i Bat X v Halstead caught three conversion after its third TUS her with 75 yards in 14 caf- 29 .302 McKee. Charleston, 140; Garland, Roch-passes for 151 yards and scored touchdown and failed. ir i es getting the first score of ·2VV !es t Pr 134; Raziano, Tidewater, 128; Naqy,, . , , , . , , -- » , , , . , . . ! llca clujl o m *- * llal o^-un? in ·SiLouisviiie, 123 . ,a touchdown, and quarterback Gary Nottingham passed forthe period prior to the tie-break- :29«j92? a |?os, Pon TOWO""s^NTw Louisville''l* 311 ^ 7 Hendricks completed six one touchdown and scored anting pass. ·""'-·' Freeman, Richmond, 77,- bilion, Rich-iof nine passes for 163 yards, other for Braxton. . including two for touchdowns. Watson gained 136 yards on 21; cratlTvLt " s 'J * itw On defense, Roger Doss had carries for Doddridge Andyi west--Gary Gwinn i? run (run failed) 11 tackles, Ronnie Rolo 10 and Cook of Braxton carried' 21 i R^^F^O^M*("n'win Dewey Thomas nine. times for 84 yards. ! ftStSSS I^U^^'paV*,TM Se(h 7 J7 7 t_47 Statistics Were nearly even: .Charlie Parker (Jones run) ... - van o o 14 14--js First downs: Braxlon 13, Dod- L IP H ER SO 6RA,Sclr. Halstead 44 o a f s from Hcndricks ^.-Unn in va ,.H: rnchino- Rrav ! o 14 12 i u 054 Nei'.on kick) 'mage id; yarns rusning. rsrax- \ o 47 35 4 48 0.77! seth-Larzo 9 run iNei«on McM ton 187 Doddridee 151- oassine'! 8 60 39 10 S3 l.SOj Spth--Hendricks 4 run (Nelson kick) n - j - j ,, ,, 6 , J ,' f aa; ""67 94 64 18 105 1.7J: Seth--Caruthers 55 Bass interceotion JJOOdridge 2-8 for 4o V3rdS, j 3 74 59 14 70 1.95itk-ick tailed) Rvavtnn 1 B (nr 9^ -iror^c- rofii^n i 6 104 90 23 83 1.99; seth-carutners 5 run (Nelson kick) niaxion J-a tor ^4 yards, return ! 97 71 23 6! 2.11 Selh--Larzo 5 run (Nelson kick) 3 163 131 41 103 2.26. Van--unavailable (run good) 22 73 2.5i: Van--unavailable (run failed) 19 25 2.55' Selh--Arvon 3 pass from Hendricks " 140 2.57;kick failed) 257] Van-unavailable (run f,iilpd) 2.46i Van--unavailable (run aood) ··J'fjmond. 69. ·J»5 Saves-Colpaert. Charleston, 21; House.! 1 -294 · · . . . . . . . .293 .292 .290 .287 40 47 21 43 32 I Jlii ^.rick Gllbrelh, Toledo, 14; Wilshusen ester, 10; Whillock, Toledo. 10. Complete games- Garbrr, 13; Parker, Tidewater, 12; Skok, 10; Montaoue, Peninsula, 10; Rochester, 10. INDIVIDUAL PITCHING Kirk-; .278 .277 Pitcher, Club Ramos, Tide Pena, Roch. Happiness is... j House, Rich. ivnolds, Roch. 8 ·"^Gllbreth, Tol. 5 ·*£;! Colpaert. Char. 14 "'Jefferson, Ro. * ·?'!' Garber, Char. .271 .270 .267 .266 . .265 veale. Char. Spicer, Tol. McKee, Char. Whillock, Tol. 14 4 9 . .. - 6 :! Robertson, Ri. 7 ' 'arker, Tide. 13 ·;SJiWilliams, Lou. 2 ·?"l Moore, Tide. 10 · 26:J ; Bauer, Tide. 0 Burton, Lou. .2631 .2601 .258 i louezada, Char. 1 .258 Koonce, Pen. Neal, Lou. ,^ »- iveoi, LUU. " -SliSkok, Lou. ·f Rich. 11 9 17 61 2 32 6 27 3 29 fl 2 14 7 ,,, Clos'er, Syr. 7 ·^jDILauro, Pen. 4 ·;5, Lemanczyk, To. t ·i^i\ Dettore, Char. II '^tn Gouriepx. Rich. 7 ·%S. Miller, Roch. 7 ·57'] Pirtle, Syr. « '^jo! Leshnock, Tol. ', . .ss. Tide. 7 10'Rlley, Rich. 6 I Montague, Pen. Hambright. Syr. 4 Wilshusen, Ro. 4 Raziano, Tide. 10 .247 41 .246 45 .245, 58 414 171 229 112 188 24 94 8 47 1 316 31 136 11 200 19 265 21 ' 352 41 .241 .241 .237 .235 .234 9 25 ,230i r , nr , 5 54 2271 D 6 28 .227 9 41 .226 0 13 .225 . 16 .224 9 26 .224 .223 .219 .218 .217 .216 .214 0 0 2 13 39 5 33 9 16 2 12 .214 7 22 .213 0 6 ! Miles, Lou. trying to keep her husband "fattened up" enough to play. During the summer practices "I've been losing seven or eight doesn' pounds per day," says Kerry, "though I gain most of it back in time for the next day of WVU's option play, Kerry? ! But he does have limitations.^^' $£_· H "I can't bull my way through;0ei Busto TM anybody. When they hit me I:"* 1 Orbe ' 2C6 24 200 10 6 1 144 . 37 39 34 1 10 24 4 6 .213 .213 .212 .204! .200 19 .196 49 .193 19 .189 13 1 14 7 0 0 .180 .167 .164 Frondorf, Syr. Nagy, Lou. Hood, Roch. Tide. Roch. Magnuson, Syr. Klrkpalrick.Ro. Strarnpe, Tol. Garland, Roch. Kester, Rich. Freeman, Ric. Pazik, Syr. Pole, Lou. Dillon, Rich. Lobb, Rich. Wegener, Pen. Rogers, Pen. Reed. Pen. Glassco. Pen. Gorman, Lou, Moore, Char. Hinton, Syr. Dillman, Tide. Sheppard, Pen. 1 Morrt, Lou. 8 3 79 71 J 47 69 7 148 139 4 56 44 16 49 10 105 94 31 75 9 191 165 58 115 3 57 37 17 5 139 114 46 1 30 33 2 74 21 0 6 7 10 H9 D2 2 56 53 7 156 143 2 104 82 5 106 98 1 53 Stl 7 50 45 6 1S2 125 2 92 70 5 73 46 76 63 5 119 114 43 94 6 73 " 27 61 7 121 100 45 77 B ?! 74 34 57 10 207 210 78 143 2 66 66 25 45 3 1"5 67 ,19 96 12 165 171 63 128 4 64 60 25 65 2.73 t lTM\ WEBSTER 3.'co; back 3.03 vr.rds: Doddridge 100, Braxlon 98. Doddridge scored its first two touchdowns after recovering B r a x t o n fumbles. Braxton fought back to tie the score at. SPRINGS-Half- 7 7 and m4 - ^ter Doddridge's Ihird TD, Braxton reached the surrendering posses- Nicholas 24. Webster fi Randy Adkins picked up 7 7 7 23 LI fro 0-21 90 10 19 8 19 2 4 w 38 3.05J107 yards and scored two touch:l ? 34 '«! ''(lllidowTis and an extra point as Slon 34 83 sxKiNirholas County posted a 24-fi Doddridg« county IT :« iwivictory over Webster Springs' ^oDD-oT'stic 52 105 3.08Jhprp FYjrlav niPtlt Chamoan (H-avv Powell k i c k ) 3? 60 3.13"^ . lad m 8" 1 - BRAX-Dennis Richardson 1 run (Derv 3.211 Adkins scored on runs of five v»- saier kick) 3-^'anH ·}·: V Q,. r l c POOD- John Stover 3 run (Heavy Po- 333,ana .la \aicis. W , M k i c k ) 3 -3 5 i Pal Rosanno scored the other, BRAX-.Denver Baker ? p«$s from Gary 3.36(, , , , , , ,, · , . , -Nottingham (Denver Baker kick) 3.39;tOUCftdOWn for the Grl7.zlieS and; BRAX-Garv Nottinqharn 7 run (run 33 -^!gained a total of 99 yards. : I S TODD- Rick watTM i run (Heavy PO- 3.44 Tony Aleshire scored W e b s - ' " « " . " ' ' KING EDWARD IMPERIALS 9 13 190 179 10 141 154 2 71 44 4 7 146 9 182 189 4 i (11 117 10 103 102 3.52 75 123 3.55 ler's touchdown on a 90-yard return. Aleshire gained 95161 39 44 3Js9jg4 yards from scrimmage. 146 144 60 65 3.70; n . fefe^ VVebstCr'S 25075 107 3711 On 42 8° 3 7 t i ' j / c pound tackle Luke McKinney 9146153 62 134 s^made 14 individual tackles. 9 122 1J9 52 91 3.84: 9 151 134 45 US 3.87J Ni , ho |,. s u n «_14 9 157 165 48 88 3.90 fi'-V,," ? 5 5 t" c ir« nn A7 f.n 7 0*j "Eosur 6 D 0 Q-- 6 9 m 1(10 W 69 400 Nich-Adkins 5 run ( A d k i n s Pass) 52 6v 4.r», weoster-Aleshire 90 with kiekoff return 31 33 4.04l ( r w f a j | e d ) Nich--Adkins 35 run (pass good) Nich--Rosanno (run good) 7 69 73 31 33 10 110 95 50 60 4.09 6 59 67 27 35 4.17 14 187 202 86 B5 4.14 4 66 76 31 44 4.23 9 Ii6 137 69 115 4.25 6 96 94 46 40 4.31 8 94 05 45 70 421 5 8 .162 .000 0'Bri"n, Rich. Renitf, Svr. Crosby, Taylor, try to push away." Head 0 0 6 0 0 LEADERS . h .. ., Batting (400 at bals or morel--Brum-l SrS","! 1 ." by. Rochester, .345; Zisk, Charleston, Syr. Tide. nn-i Beard, Rich. ·"·"iLamb, Char. Lou. Stickels. Svr. notes that "Bemie (Galiffa, QB) 1971, defenders found him run-.stay free from serious injury, he I Brumby. Richest?;Ti4i, Evans 'Louf,: Doddridge 21. Braxton 20 BUTTON--Doddridge County? 71 83 34 38 ^ijnipped Braxton County, 21-20, i n i j ' 121 124 62 io l«i|a well played and exciting fool- 4^67 HMG PIER a n d E S T A U R A i N T E SHOP* SNACKBAR* · COMPLETE TA · ROD REEL RENTALS "Tht Cemplttt Fomilf Pitr" ATLANTIC BEACH, H.C. 28512 K«n Bradley, Mgr. Phen* 919/726-3176 13 108 1!0 54 59 » 117 130 61 61 2 .12 55 22 27 14 137 172 71 83 8 94 100 2 47 57 2 IB 16 9 125 138 7 85 107 3 38 47 5 80 84 5 44 J3 0 39 ii 1 14 21 4 6 9 4.71 480 4.88 4.98 500 5.11 50 37 74 41 540 23 22 5.45 49 39 5 51 77 27 5,5? 24 13 5.54 10 14 5 63 practice." But "weighing r^jiWbolh inside and out con-could well add another minorityl* 1 ^;*-TM!"^. "'^~^, 7flJ C JJ S 5? e , et i llg u ^°\ e ? , IflO the 5-10 speedster just can't 'stantly. In only three quarters .quality to his list. Although helcooper. Louisviiie, 239.- Evans. Louis-i The Charleston High School afford to lose weight at all if he! of ^^ contest, he collected 29l|missod three and a half gamesipa ccz ; cnarS^Me^GoVirn, ^ri^Sponsor's Club meeting Monday is to stay healthy on the field. V^ds f a new WVU single game:last year, Kerry rushed for 890 to " ciouJ g? es _ Coope , Loulstfllle 3I; Zlsk jhas been moved to the Southern u -" '·' ~ J J "- -J - c ~ "- "" nT J ' -- - - ;Kitchen Restaurant. Prospective members are asked to at- Parking at home football THEREIN IS his third cation for being a minority man's minority man. Kerry is simply a small man in a big man's game. He answers that question with one effective weapon--speed. A 9.6 sprinter with lateral movements to c o m p l i m e n t his straightaway quickness, Marbury can often avoid the more Doctor Says Grass Best For Football Ry Chuck Ratliff MORGANTOWN, W. Va. (AP)--Dr. K. Douglas Bowers Jr., who patches up wounded West Virginia University fool- ball players, says good old] grass, rather than an artificial; field, is still the best football playing surface. In the September issue of the West Virginia Medical Journal, the WVU team physician says bluntly "the best playing surface, wet or dry, is a well- cared-for natural turf, such as in found at Penn State." West Virginia's Mountaineer Field is clad in Astro-Turf, and Bowers, like all college football physicians, has had plenty of practice putting ripped and! shattered knees back together. ' "The very nature of the game of football is such that injuries will never be eliminated," he says, although rule changes and equipment improvements are constantly made to further enhance a combatant's chances. Noting that the "argument continues to rage as to which type of playing surface provi- desless chance of injury," Bowers implies the heralded advent of the artificial turfs as God- sent knee-savers was premature. Create Problems ' ' T h e y have seemingly created as many problems as the'/ have apparently solved." He says the key to lessening] the number of crippling injuries is a "marriage between the playing surface and the type of shoe" worn by the players. "Multiple combinations exist," Bowers says, "such as artificial turf of different varieties with differct style soccer shoes, natural turf with the old type football shoe, natural turf with modified soccer shoes, etc." He says efforts are being made to achieve optimum improvement in the controllable factors of an injury, like thej type of playing field, equipment and the conditioning of players. But "even then, we will have to realize that occasional severe injuries will occur," and the knee will continue as the "major joint most vulnerable to in-: jwy." ' Fipld 'yards 'a new WVU single gameil'asl year, Kerry rushed for 890 t0 "- 2 "f ,. , , ,, , ,, - , . , has 1 Lieiu. , ,. . . . p . Y, i , r- ,i iiTTrrr . , Doubles--Cooper, Louisville, 31; Zisk,',,. , .rushing mark) and scored three yards. So the WVU record for Charleston, 28,- Brumby, Rochester, 2a;Kitcl qualifi-'times as Iho Mountaineers wonl'nishing in a single season, seti^^Vreff'Lmfe linority 43-33. But a leg injury resulted:by Bob Gresham in 1969 atiui», a.' ' ' ' ' 'tend. from that leg effort '·jury and affected! 1.555, seems within reach. Triples--Brumby, Rochester, 14; Goa-i ·«, ,~ ,. , Bin. Charleston. 12; Cooper, Louisville,'games Will be dlSCUSSed. pays S 1OO a month. If you're going on to a four-year college next year, take a look at the Army ROTC Two-year Program. It's worth an extra $100 a month. 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