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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 35

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·C -Jim*-SC fide. Perfection] PlazaJi WASHMCTON at MORRIS STS. (i«l Mtt tf ClMrkslan High) HOURS: MM. t hi., I a.m. to 9 p.m. TIKI., Ht4., Thar. I a.m. I* * p.m. $·1.1 a.m. I* 5 p.m. SAME DAV SERVICE SPECIALS TUNE-UP Scyl. -. '« '· i 8 cyl. $32.95 FRONT END ALIGNMENT AMS2.00 MUFFLERS Install In Miiutes While Host 1964 to 1972 1095 Chewlets I /. Each A tm tabled SHOCKS Lifetime Guarantee 7" | ». installed MONROE GRIPPER BRAKE RELINE DRUM WHEEL $0095 ( 39 ! Mitl American Cars TONY'S TIRE SERVICE Walhinjlm Morris Sli. 312-S183 Tolecc. S 'acus Richmond.. Storen to Quit As ABA Head? MEMPHIS '.A?; - American Basketball Association Commissioner Mike Stores is considering givmg up his post to become presideat and general manager of the \ Memphis Tanis. the Memphis PressScimitar reported Saturdav. Lot-obi's Edges Tape Shack, 9-8 Lorobi's scored seven runs in the third inning to grab a --narrow 9-8 win over Tape - Shack in senior Babe Ruth action. K. C. Evans had a home run ; "and Freddie Lee smacked two ^ hits for Lorobi's. Lorobi's is ·. now 8-3. Tap* Shack 014 200 1 - 8 7 3 Lorobi's 207 000 x - 9 6 0 , Shurfcaugh. Polcari, Harnjo" and , Hudson; Campbell. Ma/nard. Evans and Jeffr.es. Hitting- Tape Shack . ^ Harmon home run. Monk 2-4. Hannon_-.'*... oush home run; Lorobi's - Oeameriny - ··· " ome run ' E»ans home run. Lee 2-4 Frisbees Promotion Backfires on Braves . P««iuck,«* m RlcasooftB .-ie 23 arv2 ; ). Toneos a TEAU BATTING A* K M Tft 285 475 !»5 2S4 «» W61 238 479 i?« 2« 474 ..UK M« 45* .1737 Ml 417 ..!80! 208 424 . !S5i 179 417 706 716 *» 678 *M 647 5*7 73 7? 89 64 74 58 76 68 3b HB «»t PoL H? 40 240 .255 15 42 243 252 16 33 216.244 »0 40 233 243 17 44 215 J4I 5 « 218 .240 6 45 187 .235 2C 24 162 .225 A*M*M,C**r Ml Kioias. »»' .80 E«Mae, Pa*« U3 Kaa/r«tte.Men....36 6reaz«aJe. Rich 157 Baitar. Rocb JK Kv-fto. Koch 185 Hc*e'. Roch 60 Goggio. Pawt «« BUcK»ell, Pa*i 122 8ia#, Syr !75 TEAM FIELDING f» PO A E Of PB 60 1490 589 52 59 62 Tidewater 59 1491 646 RKh«ter 63 1553 621 65 Richmond 57 1422 577 61 14 61 5 65 4 42 8 Toledo 63 1586 665 75 50 13 Mempfns 61 1517 619 73 57 8 Syracuse 61 1569 558 84 52 6 Pawtucket 57 1426 591 82 51 2 TEAM PITCHING IP H R ER BB SO Memph.s 5052.3 448 206 163 229 404 Rochester 5172/3 409 22 181 242 363 Syracuse 523 473 237 198 213406 Tide*ater 497 499 259 197 260 341 Charltiton 49*2/3 433 240 209 23* 303 Toledo 5282/3 468 261 224 243 386 Richmond 474 433 247 201 261 323 Pawlucket 4751/3 468 275 226 278 372 INDIVIDUAL BATTING Batlv AB R H 2b 3b MR Sanders. S y r 74 3 9 0 1 0 Rice. Paw 208 34 75 12 0 12 Htw», Char 1 5 0 U 5 2 1 5 3 5 DiHard. P a w 3 5 5 12 1 0 0 Nordtiagen, Rich 1 2 9 1 6 4 4 5 2 5 Monzon, Mem 83 21 28 0 1 5 J Stearns. T o l 1 5 1 5 1 1 0 Nordbrook. Roc 139 13 46 5 1 9 Lynn. Paw 151 . Syr 183 Bannister, Tol 217 Puig, Tid 41 Biitner, Mem 169 Johnstone. Tol 146 Bennett, Syr 92 Prince, Syr 53 Andrews, Roc 240 BoisclairlTid 140 Watts. Roc 117 Oeidel, Syr 121 Mongual. Mem 194 Stillman, Roc 147 Down, Mem 62 Parker, Syr 201 Ftowtri, Char 226 Campanit, Char.. ..1M Scanlon, Mem 120 C. Howard, Char. ..14| Garcia, Tol 105 Matchlck, Char 102 Jackson, Rich 146 :taiger, Tid : .. 180 Dednces, Roc 169 Gosger. Tid 170 ..107 ..148 ..193 ..134 Galliher, Roch.... 0. Brown, Rich... Carter, Mem Motion, Roch Kazmarek, Tidw.. Martin, Tol Mashore, Mem Morales, Mem Kenney, Syr. Cummings, Pawt. B. Stearns, Syr..., Croswell, Tidw Shopay, Roch Ayala, Tidw ..214 ..169 ..182 ..159 ...121 ....99 ....76 ..131 ..148 Blanks, Rich 186 Gilbreath. Rich 183 Silicato, Tol 184 Fiore, Roch 156 Hallums, Tldw 197 Fuller, Rich 12! Foreman, Rich 162 Coleman, Pawt 118 Mertno, Char 4f Kelly, Mem 119 Gallagher, Rich 78 lorg, Tol 212 LiRussa, Char Ki Essian, Tol 21 Wissell, Tol 173 Beall, Rich 177 L. Howard, Rich 112 Hampton, Tidw 153 C. Brown, Mem 162 Santana, Tol 79 Whitfield, Syr 216 3 34 If 5 16 21 1 13 24 41 39 4 29 31 14 8 30 13 20 10 42 24 10 29 34 23 21 25 13 t 24 12 30 24 14 20 26 36 11 17 34 16 20 13 12 II 19 22 26 29 0 12 15 1 5 0 1 5 6 13 11 2 8 14 7 1 4 5 3 4 11 12 3 8 i t 7 I 8 2 3 13 4 6 5 6 6 5 2 9 7 13 3 a 5 1 6 10 12 46 24 46 27 39 12 49 7 10 15 30 5 24 40 8 24 29 11 12 22 29 19 9 .75 51 27 4» 0 5 16 41 46 41 14 26 16 35 18 37 6 18 33 48 SC Pet. 11 .976 23 972 !9 .971 M .970 21 .968 13 .967 23 .963 23 .961 W-L ERA 38-23 2.90 37-23 3.15 36-25 3.41 19-40 3.57 M-31 3.7» 27-36 3.82 33-24 3.82 2037 4.28 RBI Pet. 5 .375 50 .361 36 .347 2 .343 33 .341 .337 2 .333 17 .331 26 .324 32 .322 26 .318 4 .317 28 .308 23 .308 10 .304 8 .302 24 .300 24 .300 26 .299 24 .298 31 .294 22 .293 20 .290 27 .289 U .281 2 .211 24 .283 21 .277 3 .276 11 .275 9 .274 19 .272 22 .272 14 .271 20 .271 15 .270 33 .269 30 .369 10 .269 20 .266 31 .266 27 .264 8 .264 4 .264 14 .263 4 .263 12 .260 14 .257 18 .253 11 .251 17 .250 24 .250 16 .259 17 -.248 32 .247 17 .2463 .245 9 .244 9 .244 30 .241 18 .231 3 .238 26 .237 20 .232 21 .232 18 .229 15 .228 6 .228 30 .222 M 31 W 17 U 30 1? 28 12 32 17 24 18 X' 8 12 3! 39 1! 24 23 34 M 2f Frazier, Syr 192 20 37 Didier, Pawt 57 5 11 Ostrosser, TiO» 172 20 33 Ho»ley, Roch 104 15 20 Saferigot. Tol 95 6 18 KMfd, Char IN H It Coletta, Tol 44 8 8 Tofchia. Pawt 39 Lyttle. Tidw 56 Clark, Tol """.113 Nolan. Tidw 51 « 4 » C 0 3 2 * 0 9 0 ! 9 5 1 1 0 7 0 0 4 2 1 3 0 1 0 1 4 0 0 3 0 2 1 3 0 0 0 1 3 7 5 9 i 11 1 2 1 6 S 0 0 1 5 0 0 1 LEADERS Mttiftf Average-.361,Jim Rice, Pawtucket. RBIs-SOJim Rice, Pawtucket. Homeruns-12 Jim Rice, Pawtucket. 12. Otto Velez, Syracuse. Pitching Earned Run Avge.-1.84 Dennis Blair, Memphis Strikeouts-88 Don Carrithers, Memphis Wins-8 Scott McGregor, Syracuse INDIVIDUAL PITCHING J9M * .206 29 .20* 3 3K K .290 8 .200 U .»7 »2 .197 15 .1*4 u .m 15 .W3 3 .193 9 .!« 14 .192 U .189 » .117 3 .182 5 .179 0 .161 5 .153 6 .142 3 .098 ATLANTA AP - oiiw gumaiek backfired on - the Atlaata Braves Friday night, and Public Relations Director Bob Hope Saturday that it won't happen again. The Braves handed out about 7.000 Frisbees to the crowd at Friday's twi-night doubleheader with the Cincinnati Reds only to have several hundred of them sailed onto the playing field during the games. "This isn't the first time we've given Frisbees away, and we've never had any problems. But we won't give them out again." Hope said. "Several factors worked against us on this thing." he added. He said the toys were supposed to be given only to children 12 aad under, "bat "we didn't go out of our way to not give them to anyone who wanted them. I think they were thrown basically by adults aad teen-agers." Close calls by umpires caused fans to vent their an- .ger by throwing the plastic saucers onto the field, Hope said. In the fourth inning of the first game, after the Reds had jumped to a quick 5-1 lead, hundreds of Frisbees sailed onto the field when Cincinnati players and coaches argued a call. A 10-minute delay resulted. MOTOCMSS RACE Y FORK RACEWAY CKH.IWPHIS 3 Places 100 cc thru open class 4 Place Trophies Mini Jr. Class SUNDAY, JUNE 30,1:30 P.M. IAIN OR SHINE Prattle* 12 Noon Phone 925-5204 Ftrhi1iMrlftf«c*tiM AMA SANCTIONED Rocky Fork Road OK Tyler Mt. or Sissonville Rood '2 mile from Tyler Mt. Memory Gardens--Follow the Markers--Only 6 miles (rom 1-64 or 1-77 Exits 11 miles from Chas. Pitcher IP Lcihnock, Char.... 12/3 Ttkulva, Char 7 Murray, Mem 36 Gibhard, Mem 30 Scott, Roch 44 Blair, Mem 552/3 Wallace, Tol 24 Snook, Syr 14 1/3 Strohmayer, Tid 26 Snyder, Roch 322/3 D. Johnson, roch 60 Martinez, Syr 342/3 Newhauser, Paw...;72/3 Torrealba, Rich ...411/3 LePevre. Mem 47 Grzenda, Rich 2513 Easterly, Rich 392/3 Carrithers, Mem ..992/3 Freeman, Rich 57 Miller, Roch 802/3 Lang, Mem 7 Jim«n*i, Ctar SI 1/3 Sawyer, Syr 7323 webb. Tid 751/3 Sid»*ikl, Ch»r...31 1/3 Willis, Roch 401/3 Sterling, Tidw SO Wegener, Tldw 332/3 Perkins, Roch 121/3 ·air, Char 771/3 McGregor, Syr ....98 1/3 Zachary, Tol 91 1/3 Kirkpatrick, Roch 56 Kreuger, Pawl ....41 1/3 Kouns, Pawt 762/3 Gowell, Syr 551/3 Mitchell, Roch 79 Cram, Tid* 401/3 Brandon, Tol 372/3 Lersch, Rich 282/3 Blake, Syr 281/3 Colpaert, Paw 10 Abraham, Mem...39 2/3 Thomason, Tol 80 T. Moore, Tidw...67 2/3 Gura, Syr 36 1/3 Chrlstenson, Tol..83 1/3 Closter, Rich 55 McKtf, Char 70 Manderback, Tid.. 261/3 Simpson, Char 702/3 Bomback, Pawt ..85 1/3 Skok, Pawt 662/3 Sbragia, Pawl 35 Robson, Roch 28 1/3 Caskey, Mem 631/3 Burton, Pawt 4323 Evenhus, Syr 202/3 Lamb, Char M Juran, Tid 621/3 Neibauer, rich 40'1/3 Paul, Tol 102/3 Santorlnl, Tol 582/3 Mtyring, Char ....Ml/3 Klrby, Tidw 262/3 Pactwa, Syr 48 1/3 Wright, Tol 291/3 Glassco, Mem..; 32 Htmlrix, Char 7 2/3 Cheadle, Rich 401/3 Sekel, Roch 142/3 Timmerman, Tol...8 1/3 B. Moore, Mem...15 1/3 R ER 0 0 0 0 4 4 7 II 5 3 6 8 15 9 2 11 13 7 11 28 44 20 16 55 26 23 4 2 2 45 II IS 47 25 22 52 28 23 1 27 8 24 10 34 8 37 11 15 6 II 3 26 13 25 II 33 18 24 10 7 4 36 15 44 16 22 7 35 17 S3 31 a u 32 75 29 29 14 11 10 15 13 26 11 4 U 27 94 37 33 79 35 31 52 28 19 38 20 14 60 32 27 54 26 20 66 39 49 19 39 19 20 11 32 12 12 . 4 43 17 29 15 59 32 M M 40 32 17 14 72 40 33 62 34 28 32 18 15 67 40 35 24 31 34 24 12 72 39 33 96 44 64 42 41 27 14 16 75 40 32 38 24 23 11 11 34 22 6 62 37 35 27 14 21 32 19 56 37 17 22 47 23 I t 40 32 12 13 9 7 12 JO 22 14 U 17 80 45 43 31' IB 7 BB SO 1 3 1 I 17 33 3 35 12 24 24 47 9 13 9 10 22 12 15 13 28 55 14 35 4 8 15 35 22 31 9 21 26 27 40 88 26 42 49 60 I 5 10 41 22 64 32 61 15 » 15 24 26 35 22 27 7 10 13 33 38 69 22 66 14 43 24 36 52 36 20 39 36 62 5 30 15 30 16 21 9 19 5 6 23 31 27 60 45 61 8 24 43 69 26 36 27 43 22 13 38 47 48 50 27 60 20 30 26 26 28 48 30 53 9 17 17 13 31 41 27 15 3 6 24 42 19 25 22 18 20 29 37 37 ' 20 22 1 3 43 28 II 14 6 5 24 14 W-L ERA 0-0 0.00 1-0 0.00 3-2 1.00 4-3 1.20 4-1 1.43 5-0 1.84 1-2 1.88 1-1 1.88 1-2 2.08 3-2 2.20 5-3 2.25 4-1 2.34 0-0 2.35 1-3 2.40 2-1 2.49 4-2 2.49 1-1 2.50 6-5 2.53 4-2 2.53 6-1 2.57 1-0 2.57 3-1 2.43 6-1 2.69 5-3 2.75 2-4 2.87 2-1 2.90 ' 4-5 2.93 0-1 2.94 1-2 2.92 3-5 3.01 8-3 3.02 6-5 3.05 3-4 3.05 0-2 3.05 3-5 3.17 3-2 3.25 6-4 3.30 2-3 3.35 3-5 3.35 4-0 3.45 0-2 3.49 0-1 3.60 3-1 3.63 2-7 3.71 3-6 3.72 2-2 3.72 5-6 3.78 1-3 3.93 4-7 3.W 0-1 4.10 6-3 4.20 7-4 4.22 4-4 4.32 1-3 4.37 1-0 4.45 6-4 4.55 · 1-4 4.74 0-0 4.79 M 4.M 2-8 4.9) 4-1 4.91 0-0 5.06 5-4 5.37 2-3 5.50 1-2 5.74 2-5 5.77 0-0 5.83 1-1 6.19 04 7.04 1-4 7.14 1-2 7.36 0-0 7.56 0-3 9.97 Lightning Shakes Up Carol Jo CANDIAC, Que. ( A P ) Carol Jo Skala, visibly shaken /by a lightning storm which interrupted her round, nonetheless managed a two-under-par 71 Saturday to take the secon- dround lead in this stop on the Ladies Professional Golf Association tour. , Mrs. Sakala, of Shingle Springs, Calif., had a 36-hble ' total of 139, seven under par on the 6,300-yard Candiac Golf Club course. That gave her a one-stroke lead over Joanne Garner and Judy'Kimball, tied for second at 140. Donna Caponi Young, who shot a 69 to tie Miss Garner for the best round of the day, was next at 141. Mrs. Skaia was among a number of players still out on the course when play was delayed for 45 minutes late in the afternoon by a severe electrical storm and torrential rain. She took shelter with a number of other players in a rain shed near the 16th green to wait out the storm. "I'm a nervous wreck," she said after completing the round. "We were in the shed when lightning hit just outside--so close, it sounded like a bomb went off." .Despite the scare, she managed to par the final two holes for a one-stroke lead going into Sunday's final round of this 54- hole LPGA event. Carol Jo Skala Joanne Garner . Judy Kimball Donna'-Caponi Young Sandra Palmer Betsy Cullen Sandra Post Shelley Hamlin M.urle Breer Chris Repasky Jocelyne Bourassa Kathy McMollen Carol Mann Clifford Ann Creed' GauleyCager Staubach Inks Headed West Lon S Contract ·68-71-13? 71-69-140 ··· 68-72-140 ·- 72-69-141 68-74-142 68-74-142 71-71-142 70-73-143 70-74-144 74-70-144 72-72-144 67-78-145 72-73-145 .' 74-71-145 PARENTS of Kanawha County High School Juniors and Seniors! * Wondering About Your Youngster's Future? *Does Your Son or Daughter Know What He/She Wants To Do? *ls He Or She College Material? *Do You Think An Academic Program Tailored Just For Your Son or Daughter Would Help? Experience-Based Career Education (EBCE) can give students a unique opportunity to learn about careers and about themselves. EBCE students spend their school year finding out about careers and pursuing high school academic subjects at more than TOO sites in Kanawha County. Each student has an individualized academic program that is coordinated with his or her career exploration. Parents of past EBCE students say, "It's the best thing that has ever happened to my daughter." It's been a wonderful experience for my son." "I wish I had had this opportunity when I was Jn high school." EBCE is operated by the Appalachia Educational Laboratory in cooperation with the KanaWha County Board of Education. There is no cost^Seniors who complete the program receive their diplomas from , their home high schools. · ; j Your son or daughter is eligible if he or she is a junior or senior in good standing,at any of the public or private high schools in Kana- iwha County. -- · ' · ' - . : Studentsare being interviewed now for the 1974-75 slhoolyear. For information, you or your student can call EBCE at 344-8371, between 8:30 a.m ; and 5:00 p.m. Or write: Experience-Based Career Education Program Appalachia Educational Laboratory, Inc. · ' · . · ,, . " . . ' ; · · · f-O- Box 1348 Charleston, V(e»t Virginia 25325 GAULEY BRIDGE-Jerry Blackwell, who played guard for the Gauley Bridge Travellers last season, has signed a contract .to attend the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay. The 6-0, 165-pound Blackwell averaged 20 points and over 11 assists per game. He shot Over 59 per cent from the floor and 72 per cent from the foul line. "Jerry is one of the finest freshman guard prospects a v a i l a b l e . He should play a tremendous amount of basketball for liWGB over.the next four years," Green Bay coach Dave Buss said. DALLAS (AP) -The Dallas Cowboys signed quarterback Roger Staubach to a con- t r a c t S a t u r d a y f o r a n u n a n n o u n c e d n u m b e r of ·years. Hank Schramm, president and general manager of the National Football League c l u b , said S t a u b a c h w a s signed to "one of the longer multi-year contracts." but did. not specify the length. The announcement stopped any talk that Staubach might be one of the players negotiating with the new World Foot- bal.l L e a g u e . om»oirn INI i u:s Borg-Warner Chemicals, a rapidly growing multi-national organiza- zation, seeks achievement oriented software EDP personnel with 2-5 years experience to implement an increasing MIS service role. Excellent advancement opportunities including new systems exposure. 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