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June 30, 1974

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 37

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IftC 2 Road Raees Planned Today The Kaaawba Valley Track Club will sponsor three and 10-mile road races at 5 p. m today beginning in front of Morris Harvey's Eddie King Gymnasium. Entry fee is $1 and anyone is eligible to compete. Trophies will be awarded to the winners. THIS WEEK'S Can There Be 2 Track Halls of Fame? Ca# toert be t«o tjraek; fieM Halts of Farce i» ifce Minnesota Chicago Bwton Cleveland California OaXlar-j Kanids City Baltimore Milwaukee Ne* YorK Detroit ky THE ASSOCIATED MtESS HATH rfFritoy AMuEjRlCAM LEAGUE TEAM tATTlUG AS K H KM Ml Pet c ; 2590 344 726 55 325 .280 2518 2V Ml 4» 2» .278 Houston 2497 308 672 46 279 J69 Cincinnati 2428 336 459 65 318 .268 Pniladdphia 2388 289 624 64 261 .261 Montreal 2490 312 677 54 276 .261 Atlanta 2484 338 6*3 60 313 .259 SanFranUsco 2448 307 633 51 286 .259 Chicago 2386 278 608 47 258 .255 Neiy York. 2320 303 587 62 288 .253 San Diego * 2423 273 598 46 262 .247 2418 255 593 49 237 .245 INDIVIDUAL IATTINC 135 «r mw« at bats R Smith StL AB R H HR Rll Pet Garr Atl SUE CAR SERVICE VALUES r KHHHNT OVERHAUL 1. Replace brake linings on all four wheels 2. Arc lining for perfect contact with drums 3. Rebuild all 4 wheel cylinders 4. Turn and true brake drums 5. Inspect master cylinder 6. Repack front wheel bearings 7. Inspect brake hoses 8. Install NEW brake shoe return springs 9. Add super heavy duty brake fluid 10. Road test car. Any parts hot listed above, extra. , GUARANTEED 30,000 MILES OR 3 YEARS 269 42 107 165 23 59 219 43 76 163 22 55 141 23 46 236 36 77 175 22 57 246 17 80 243 43 78 205 22 65 219 35 69 235 22 74 143 23 45 284 33 88 26 56 38 80 30 67 28 81 45 76 » 87 36 54 244 34 73 232 30 69 196 39 58 203 27 220 32 24J 205 250 43 305 35 186 25 264 32 265 34 220 183 264 222 269 253 290 187 Drum- type brakes Alt AMERICAN CARS nctpt huvry em; hiwy ciri tAi 110. ^GUARANTEE ; We guarantee our brake lining (or Kthe .s|tccifiel number of miles or Ityears from date of installation. l"iwhichever comes first. Adjusl- |~ mL'iils prorated on mileage anil bnseil »n prices current at time of \ adjustment. Tircstone PRECISION ALIGNMENT OUR EXPERTS DO ALL THIS: Set caster, camber and toe- in to manufacturers' specs. Carew Min Hargrove Tex R.Jackson Oak Stanton Cal Maddox NY McRae KC Brohamer Cle B Robinson Bal Ystrfmski Bos Braun Min Randlc Tex Oliva Min Blomberg NY Rudi Oak Orta Chi Money Mil W.Morton Det Rotas KC D.Allen Chi Burroughs Tex Fisk 80S Hendrick Cle Piniella NY Bando Oak Gamble Cle Tovar Tex Spikes Cle P.Kelly Chi Grich Bal A.Johnson Tex Petrocelli Bos Wohltord KC Scott Mil Hisle Min Campaneris Oak 269 D.Evans Bos KHenderson Chi C.May Chi Chalk Cal Brigys Mil Brye Min Darwin Min Cooper Bos Rivers Cal Herrmann Chi Freehan Det Sundberg Tex Kaline Del Schaal Cal Otis KC Bcniquez Bos Ellis Cle Murccr NY Harrah Tex Lahoud Cal D.Nelson Tex Grieve Tex Mayberry KC r.Davis Bal Valentine Cal Mangual Oak Soderholm Min J.Powell Bal Sudakis NY Belanger Bal F.Robinson Cal Porter Mil Dent Chi G.Brett KC EIRdrgez Cal Lowenstoin Cle Carbo Bos Yount Mil D.Doyle Cal Sutherland Del Guerrero Bos Blair Bal E.Williams Bal Healy KC Baylor Bal ' R.White NY Munson NY R.Oliver Cal Tenace.Oak B.Beil Cle A.Rodriguez Det 246 Santo Chi Kubiak Oak Chamblii'.-NY North Oak Garcia Mil Coluccio Mil ' Mason NY Borgma'nn Min Pinsdn KC Duffy Cle. G.Netties NY ' McAuliffe Bos Northrup Det M.Stanley Det Killebrew Min D.May Mil Patek KC 60 65 30 72 28 60 73 85 54 76 76 33 63 48 77 183 27 52 269 34 76 270 29 76 231 26 247 35 184 265 65 69 19 51 29 73 28 58 43 83 19 56 18 51 19 40 30 70 10 38 34 64 40 56 50 71 75 40 49 44 61 72 42 47 211 302 204 186 146 256 139 235 206 184 21 263 29 278 42 149 24 183 31 165 21 230 43 273 25 160 19 179 22 173 18 45 162 14 42 163 18 42 198 27 51 237 35 61 187 27 48 196 21 50 154 15 39 210 24 53 246 30 62 191 27 48 208 29 52 264 28 66 26 69 12 50 24 S3 26 46 31 54 29 47 20 43 26 50 14 54 52 43 27 58 247 25 58 149 10 35 240 23 56 266 41 62 202 27 47 203 27 47 200 18 46 144 14 33 179 17 41 242 29 243 30 182 21 240 24 282 28 162 9 250 30 276 33 1 3 15 7 0 10 2 2 8 4 ] 9 5 7 4 7 15 4 18 14 I I 10 3 9 8 3 II 3 12 3 10 I 8 10 2 5 10 2 4 13 1 10 4 3' 3 3 0 4 2 4 3 4 3 9 TEAM «ATT(UG A* R MM* MM Pet 2555 3S3 718 « 370 .281 2429 30 471 41 2«3 .276 2421 299 657 52 276 .271 24S6 317 663 57 2»9 .267 2478 226 645 56 303 .260 2391 38 617 43 270 .258 2231 291 563 31 269 .252 2544 299 636 55 268 .250 2574 295 637 41 261 .247 2429 289 594 47 266 .245 2396 250 575 52 232 .240 2665 292 634 45 272 .238 INDIVIDUAL BATTING 135 v mv* at bats AB R H HR RBI PCI 37 79 11 52 .366 41 113 40 81 47 100 33 80 32 75 13 44 54 84 216 309 233 301 244 229 135 166 33 260 38 26 .398 Gross Htn 23 .358 Garvey LA 44 .347 Bucknef LA 29 .337 orubb SD 13 .326 DvRadef SF 40 .326 Geronimo Cin 16 .326 Watson Htn 24 .325 Brock StL 265 52 85 43 .321 Morgan Cin 257 47 82 21 .317 D.Cash Phi 296 48 94 17 .315 Schmidt Phi 240 44 76 39 .315 Maddox SF 284 44 89 25 .315 Zisk Pgh 216 33 66 52 .310 w.Davis Mtl 257 33 77 18 .306 Reitz StL 254 17 76 35 .303 Stennett Pgh 272 31 81 44 .302 Wynn LA 250 56 74 30 .301 Hebner Pgh 247 38 73 50 .300 Cardenal Chi 259 35 76 65 .300 Bailey Mtl 229 34 67 26 .299 A.Oliver Pgh 271 34 79 31 .299 Helms Htn 238 21 30 .297 w.Crawtord LA 218 36 43 .296 Sanguillen Pgh 229 23 29 .296 u ns er Phi 191 28 25 .295 Monday Chi 264 43 35 .295 Cedeno Htn 292 49 10 .293 Madlock Chi 153 20 43 .292 34 .292 simmons StL 276 34 79 40 .290 Rose Cin 296 46 84 22 .288 Driessen Cin 217 28 61 37 .287 Torre StL 235 22 66 36 .286 B.Williams Chi 232 36 65 20 .286 Singleton Mtl 236 31 66 37 .284 Tolan SD 247 34 69 43 .283 McBride StL 25 .281 CV '.» WB W* Vi 5 0 14 2 4 0 2 3 8 1 17 5 7 4 I 2 19 10 6 8 5 3 3 3 4 7 16 4 9 1 2 5 II 2 27 .366 16 .348 61 .332 26 .328 26 .328 8 .326 19 .325 36 .323 21 .321 29 .319 27 .318 53 .317 36 .313 32 .306 41 .300 25 .299 24 .298 58 .296 32 .296 37 .293 34 .293 34 .292 27 .290 27 .289 26 .288 27 .288 30 .288 57 .288 20 .288 47 .286 22 .284 31 .281 32 .281 46 .280 36 .280 29 .279 This seems to be the case aceordijjg to a letter sent to West Virginia Senate President William T. Brotbertonby Ms. M. C. Davenport, executive director of an Indiana group also trying to establish a track ball. The U.S. Track and Field Hall of Fame. Inc. group located in Angloa, Ind.. is trying to set up a project similar to the National Track and Field Hall of Fame being organized by a Charleston optometrist Ms. Davenport expressed concern of the fact that local organizers are calling their hall "official." "We are not aware of any association or governing body in the United States or els- where that has the authority to designate any Hall of Fame as the official one for any sport. Some place we have been informed that the proposed Charleston Hall of Fame has the distinction of being designated as the official Track and Field Hall of Fame, and we are concerned about this because in our opinion no organization could be designated in that capacity," Ms. Davenport wrote. Cfcortestaa oigaaiziers cite support from seven amateur sports ojrgaaizaUoos to justify their ciaini to otfkiaUty. However, dose reading cf letters from those organizations indicated more encouragement and support than official sanctioning. From the groups came such words as: ·· "The AAU supports ef- forts to -establish the Hall tf Fame t Ckartestoa/' » "We joifl the aatioa's track and field leader in supporting the project." NCAA) *· "The executive committee of the United States Track and Field Federation unanimously endorses the National Traek'and Field Hall of Fame to be located in Charleston." » "The complete endorse- fw«i aad cooBeratioe f row ed witfe ike gwenpwaJ to ft- ESSKfeU** M^w«lrtrt?*«£ SStoTSSoSetesAsMi" artfeeltfcat people shoaMbe forced by taxation to support our efforts." The Charleston backers have sought $1.5 million from State Track Coaches Assa. I* regards to funding each project Ms, Davenport wrote, "We do not feel thai it will be necessary for us to ask the state or anybody conced- the state legislature. MONEY FROM IDEAS! INVENTIONS WANTED PATENTED OR UNPATENTED If YOU have an id*o or on invention (patented or unpatenKd) that you hove Had in mind for tome line--perhaps NOW it the time thot you should coll on us for an appointment »o that we may evaluate your ideoi in reipect to the needs of manufacturers and marketing companies throughout the world. We are diligently seeking new ideas that have profit potential. Your idea may well be the one that we are looking for!! Take the first step and call us now for immediate action. Keep in mind that our initial CONSULTATION is FREE!!! Also, we will s»nd you our free booKItt "Thr«« Words Thit C»n Op^n * Goldtn New World for You"!! ments OPEN SUNDAYS Family Buffet from 11:30 to 3:30 ma E« DM* A*. OH PWiM. N. M01I PHONE (312) 827-2170 Gentlemen: Plejse send me youi Iree tnfoimition concerning yout assistance to inventors I understand that I am under no obi nation. 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Billingham Cin Segui Bos · 54 54 24 46 4 4 3.64 Reuss Pgh Holtzman Oak 116139 25 51 8 9 3.65 Rulhven Phi LaGrow Del 105 113 38 32 5 7 3.75 DaRoberts Htn Wood Chi 153 138 44 81 12 9 3.76 Sutton LA C.Wrighl Mi! 134 146 24 41 7 9 3.76 Freislbn SD Haryan Tex ' 74 77 29 42 6 3 3.77 Reuschel Chi Jenkins Tex U5 138 21 87 9 8 3.78 Hooton Chi Tanana Cal 126132 47 68 4 1 1 3.84 Ell is Pgh. Kobel Mil 72 79 23 38 3 6 3.86 Greif SD Medich NY 125 133 37 65 8 6 3.96 Renko Mtl Clyde Tex 74 33 27 28 3 4 3.00 Hardy SD Palmer Bal 39 94 44 40 3 8 4.01 Bradley SF Kaa! Chi 106115 31 49 7 6 4.05 Bonham Chi B Johnson Cle 67 67 37 34 3 4 4.16 D.Wilson Htn Bahnsen Chi 127 133 53 60 7 8 4.17 Curtis StL Tid'row NY 77 90 21 41 4 4 4.19 Harrison Atl Albury Min 79 72 42 43 3 7 4.20 R.Jones SD Slaton Mil 112 119 50 54 7 B 4.33 Torrez Mil . 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Pgh Maxi account yet 7 P ACHING 4 or rr.-.-e d*ei»ions IP H BB SO W L ERA 102 42 39 64 9 2 1:32 25 18 7 15' 4 3 1.75 107 82 38 75 '5 4 2.01 87 74 29 59 9 3 2.16 41 21 16 29 6 2 2.16 ' 90 67 24 76 8 5 2.18 138103 39 97-7 2 122 136 125 30 51 10 5 2.30 66 59 15 28 6 3 2.31 98 96 18 37 4 4 2.47 46 46 16 23 5 1 2.51 129 111 34 64 11 2 2.57 106 87 41 72 11 3 2.62 104. 87 33 77 5 5 2.68 53 41 29 26 5 4 2.68 103 92 32 58 9 4 2.71 49 44 10 27 3 3 2.74 108 91 42 53 4 6 2.82 38 36 20 22 3 4 2.84 143 141 5V 60''9 6 2.89 92 96 27 43' 7 5 2.92 '141 124 63.114.9 6 2.94 ·139118' : 49-'98 8 6 3.04 35 34 13 16 3 3 3.06 126 121 34 92 8 4 3.14 90 76 26 54 5 4 3.19 55' 60 18 24 1 7 3.25 107 98 37 73 7 6 3.26 109 95 40 68 6 4 3.2 ·90 89 28 '41 7 3 3.30 85 67 35 42 4 4 3.38 103 90 49 83 6 6 3.39 113-109 53 53 4 8 3.49 100 90 43 67 8 3 3.51 53 50 29 21 4 3 3.57 101 116 39 33 6 7 3.63 118102 .34 113 4 6 3.64. 59 62 10 27 5 3 3.66 75 79 27 40 3 5 3.84 89 78 .39 57 5 8 3.84 98 99 33 45 7 6 3.86 103 103 39 38 6 5 3.92 '100 83 55 75 2 6 3.95 93 105 29 28 5 7 3.97 117 107 33 71 6 6 3.98 83 79 37 57 6 3 3.98 106 115 31 73 6 5 4.22 100 123 26 57 3 6 4.23 75 77 22 45 3 6 4.28. 79 78 40 50 3 7 4.31 91 86 43 49 5 7 4.32 56 70 25 28 6 2 4.34 99 107 35 56 5 7 4.4J 99 100 43 92 6 10 4.44 77' 83 39 43 3 6 4.44 88 94 39 36 4 7 4.48 106 122 41 41 6 9 4.49 105 116 39 66 4 12 4.60 83 98 36 38 7 5 4.66 34 32 22 23 3 4 4.72 104-109 47 60 4 8 4.73 111 112 36 69 3 8 4.78 82 110 31 « 5 7 4.83 36 44 13 17 4 3 5.00 61 81 18 22 2 6 5.25 64 85 37 18 1 7 5.91 61 83 32 33 2 10 7.04 35 58 7 15 1 5 7.57 9 : t I CHESS Soviet Union Leads Olympiad; U.S. Fourth DRIVE IN TODAY FIRESTONE STORES CURLESTM dWRMCTM AT DICKINSON) J 9 J10C 4/-4 1 55 lORTMNElY 14S4thX¥E. 442-2413 CHARGE IT! BBS 11 By Charles W. Szasz After 10 rounds, the Soviet Union leads the finals of the 2lst Chess Olympiad at Nice. France, with 30 points, followed by Yugoslavia and Bulgaria with 26 and 25Vz points respectively. The United States, after losing its initial finals match with West Germany. 2-1 Vz. scored match victories over Sweden. Rumania, and Finland, but lost to the Soviet Union and Bulgaria to move into fourth place. The U.S. team drew with Hungary in the sixth round. 2-2. * * * LAST WEEKEND, the Huntington Open was held at the Huntington YMCA. Bill Payne of Huntington and Joe (Marvin) Barker of Charleston emerged from a strong field of 41 players to share first placg honors with 4% points eacnT Dennis Funkhouser of Charleston and Paul Harless and Jack Molino of Huntington turned in 4-1 record to tie for second place. Other area players competing were Donald Griffith and Ken Steckert. 3V Z - 1'V. Steve Gerrard. Bernard and Tom Connelly, 2-1. 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