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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 40

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- St»tf Photo by Liwrtnce Pierce Marshall's Mike Bailey Rips Off Long Gain in Scrimmage Fancy-Stepping Freshman Wound Up With 174 Yards at Oakes Field MARSHAL Frosh Tailback Mike Bailey Gains 174 Yards in Scrimmage By Bob Fretwell Freshman tailback Mike Bailey from Big Creek High School stormed and squirmed for 174 yards Saturday night to highlight a Marshall University football scrimmage at Oakes Field. Bailey carried 21 times and ripped off the longest gain of the scrimmage -- a 34-yard burst up the middle -- to ignite a heretofore sluggish offense. Shortly after his 34-yard scamper, Bailey rammed 12 yards for the first touchdown of the scrimmage to cap a 65-yard march by the No. 1 offense against the No. 2 defense. The No. 1 offense, quarterbacked by sophomore Larry Berkery from Sarasota, Fla., followed with two more successful 65-yard drives. Sophomore tailback La- SaHe Smith from Logan scored from the 12 and Berkery swept in from the 15. Smith gained 71 yards in 12 carries and sophomore fullback J.C. Felton from Grjeensburg, Pa. powered out 54 yards in 10 attempts. * * * ED HAMRICK, from Herbert Hoover High School, provided the only scoring before intermission with a crowd in the neighborhood of 1,000 looking on. He kicked field goals of.45 and 32 yards. The No. 1 defense did not allow any points. '"The defense is ahead of the offense," Marshall coach Frank Ellwood said after the'scrimmage, conducted in sweltering temperatures. "But that's natural at this stage of the game." Ellwood said Bailey's versatile running --'.up the middle and on wide sweeps -continued a "fine fall by a fine prospect. His statistics tonight tell the story. ' '.'Felton showed good power," he continued,-and the Marshall coach rated Berkery slightly ahead of freshman Herman N 7 elson from Mobile, Ala. in the quarterbacking sweepstakes. Of the 12 first downs generated in the first half, nine came with Nelson at the helm. Included were 28.17 and 25-yard completions for first downs to speedy freshman flanker Piay Crisp of Lima. Ohio. Berkery accumulated the major playing time after intermission and directed the three touchdowns. On defense, freshmen Rod Gibson and Paul Kuzio grabbed interceptions and sophomore Ken Lawson recovered a fumble. \ The Herd, facing its season opener Sept. 6 at Akron, will stage another scrimmage Wednesday night at Fairfield Stadium. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS Rushing. Mike Bailey 21-174, 1 touchdown; LaSalle Smilh 12-71, 1 touchdown; J.C. Felton 10-51, 1 touchdown Passing. Herman Nelson J-10,52yards, I interception; Larry Berkery 3-12, 30 yards Punling: Al Hall 1-45 Receiving; Ray Criso 3-70 SCORING PLAYS FG Ed Hamrich J5 FG Ed Hamrick 32 M'f.c Bailey II run (Ed Hmrick kick) Laiaiie Smilh 12 run (Ed Hamrick kick) Larry BerKery 15 run (Ed Hamric* kick) Karen Prof fit Miss Charlie Karen Sue Proffit. Ifr-year-old beauty with brown hair, was named "Miss Charleston Charlie' 1 for 1976 at Watt Powell Park Saturday night. She was chosen from a field of 13 participants in a contest sponsored by the Charleston Pilot Club. She represented radio station WKAZ and succeeds Rhonda Taylor of Charleston, who wore the crown this season- Karen attended West Virginia University last year after graduating from Hurri- I cane High School. She will be employed by Haddad's of South Charleston starting Monday. Her parents are Mr. and Mrs. Charles Proffit of Hurricane- Hits 100 Targets VANDALIA. Ohio (AP» - Breaking 100 straight targets. Britt Robinson, of Tahoka. Tex., won the Clay Target Doubles Championship Saturday in the foal events of the Grand American Trapshooting -- Stiff Photo by Lawrenct Pl«rc« Pass Defender Ken Lawson Makes Save Ball Just Tipped Away From Flanker Ray Crisp (87) ARE A SHORTS Landry Helps Lions Christen Stadium PONTIAC, Mick (AP) - Greg Landry passed for two touchdowns in a 21-poinl Detroit fourth quarter Saturday and the Lions christened their 155.7 milli^i stadium with a 27- 24 National Football League exhibition victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. The Lions scored two of their touchdowns in a two-minute span in the dosing minutes of the game to overcome a 17-13 deficit. But the Chiefs narrowed the margin 27 seconds after Detroit's final score when Mike Nott threw a 50-yard touchdown pass to Andy Hamilton. Seconds earlier, Detroit linebacker Charlie Weaver had intercepted a Nott pass and returned it 38 yards to set up Jim- miA I/VIA*?' nnA_wo "***· ·"··*»·* *^»»» «*A into the fourth quarter and ended a drive that began at the Cardinal 43. - The turning point seemed to be when Lem Barney recovered a Kansas City fumble on the Chiefs 38 for Detroit. Five plays later, Landry hit tight end Charlie Sanders with a 35- yard scoring pass with 4:34 remaining to give the Lions their first lead. Landry had hit rookie wide receiver Dennis Franklin with a six-yard touch- downpass earlier in the period. Kanus City 7 10 . 0 7-24 Detroit o i 0 21-77 KC-Po*l»k 3 run ISttnenxl Kick) KC-FG Slcnerud 34 Det-FG M»nn 2* KC-C. Thomas M p«jnt return (Stene- rod kick) Det-FG Mann 24 Del-Franklin 6 pau from Landry (Mann kick) Del-Sander] 35 piss from Landry (Mann Kick) Del-Jones 1 run (Mann KC-Hamllton (Stenerud. kick) kick) 50 pass Irom Nod ChMi It 37-170 177 · 14-2M 4-41 2-2 UM II 33-130 171 If 15-344 7-41 2-1 First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumble s-lost Penalties-yards INDIVIDUAL LEADMS RUSHINC-K.nsas City, Kinney 4-37, Podolak 7-11, Miller t-24. Detroit, Taylor 13-35. Hooks 4-B, Landry 5-7t. RECEIVINC-Kansas City, Hamilton 391 Pearson 7-SO. Detroit. Sanders 5-13, Franklin 5-72. PASSING-Kansas City, Livingston 7142, 75 yards; Cook 6-1K, 70; NOH 1-2-1, 50. Detroit, Landry 15-35-a 102. Bear Nip Cards CHAMPAIGN, 111. (AP) - Clifton Taylor scored twice in the fourth quarter Saturday as the Chicago Bears grabbed a last- minute 14-13 National Football League exhibition victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. Taylor scored twice from the two-yard line, the second time with only 30 seconds remaining in the game, and Mirro Roder added the extra points to give the Bears their second victory in three preseason games. Chicago began its final scoring drive with two minutes left in the game and the ball at the 50-yard line. Quarterback Gary Huff hit wide receiver Bo Rather with a 30-yard pass to put Chicago at the Cardinal 20. Officials then charged St. Louis with a personal foul and the ball was set at the 11 yard line. Taylor then carried to the eight and Roland Harper ran for a yard and caught a Huff pass for five yards to set up Taylor's two-yard scoring run. Taylor's first score came 1'A minutes CINCINNATI (AP) - Ken Anderson connected for three first-half touchdown passes to lead the Cincinnati Bengals to a 27-10 National Football League exhibition football victory over the Green Bay Packers Saturday night Anderson completed 15 of 21 passes in the first half before giving way to Bengals rookie Tom Shuman at the beginning of the second half. He also scrambled for 36 yards primarily in the Bengals first scoring drive which was capped by a 13-yard pass from Anderson to Essex Johnson. The standout from Augustana College also completed a 29- yard touchdown pass to Lenvil Elliott and also hit Bob Trumpy for a 16 yard scoring pass in the closing minutes of the first half. The Packers scored twice in a quick and spectacular fashions. Chester Marcol kicked his first field goal this season-a 52-yarder--with four seconds left in the first half and then Steve Odom ran 100 yards with the second half kickoff. Stabler Gtide* Raiders ATLANTA (AP) - Oaklands's Ken Stabler connected for a touchdown pass and engineered another first-half scoring drive white the Raiders defense throttled the Atlanta Falcons Saturday night in a 22-7 National Football League preseason victory. Stabler, the NFL's Most Valuable Player a year ago, struck early, connecting on a 41-yard scoring bomb to wide receiver Morris Bradshaw in the end zone after 11: 42 to help Oakland to its third consecutive exhibition triumph. Stabler then guided the Raiders on a 67-yard scoring march in 10 plays with veteran Pete Banazak blasting over from six yards out 5:17 into the second period. Stabler went to the air only twice in the drive, including a 25-yarder to Frank Pitts. George Blahda's second extra point made it 14-0. The Raiders added a safety and a 33-yard field goal by Blanda in the first half and another field goal by Blanda of 28 yards with 26 seconds remaining in the game. Johaion Gaides Skins Reserve quarterback Randy Johnson completed seven straight passes to spark the Washington Redskins to a comeback 23-14 victory over the Cleveland Browns Friday night. Terry Bradshaw hit on three touchdown passes, including 49 and 59-yard bombs to wide receiver Lynn Swann, as the Pittsburgh Steelers downed the Baltimore Colts 31-10 Friday night. Linebacker Frank LeMaster ran two intercepted passes back for touchdowns as the Philadelphia Eagles topped the New England Patriots 24-10. 0 10 1 14-31 7 0 3 0-10 run (Linharl kick) pass Irom Bradshaw Pittsburgh Baltimore Bal-McCauley I Pit- Swam 49 (Gerela kick! Pit-FG Gereia 41 Pit-Stallwvth 17 pass from Bradshaw (Gerela kick) Bal-FG Uneharl 34 Pit-Snann 54 pass Irom Bradshaw (Gerela kick) Pil-Slallworlh 35 nail trcm Gilliam (Gerda kick) A-32.WI INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING-Pitlsburgh, Bradshaw .4-29. Pearson 3-17, Harris 6-15. Bleier 4-13. Collier 4-13. Baltimore, Jones 5-50. Mitchell 18-31, McCauley 9-20. RECEIVING-Pmsourgrv, Swan 3-il9. Stallworth J-87, Fuqua 4-35 Lewis 2-34. Baltimore, Smith 3-54, McCau'ey 6-46, Carr 1-46. PASSING-Pittsburgh. Bradshaw 14-200 254 yards. Gilliam 4-7-1, 5!. Baltimore, JoneslS-27-1,171. " ° " 0-14 7 0 10 6-23 Phipps (Cock- 4 pass Irom Phipps 45 pass Irom Kilmer 10 pass Irom Johnson Cleveland Washington Cle-Holden 12 pass from roll Kick) Cte-McKinnis ICockrolf kick) Wash-Jones (Moseley kick) Wash-Nelson (Moseley kick) Wash-FG Moseley 20 Wash-Brunei I run (kick (ailed) A-15,513 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHlNG-Cleveland, Pruitl 13-33, Poole 7-21. McKinnis 7-19. Washington. Nelson 15-59. Denson 5-24, Thomas 7-9. RECEIVING-Cleveland, McKinnis 3-12, Holden 2-24. Washington, Nelson 4-41, Abramowicz 3-21. PASSING-Cleveland. Phipps 7-9-0. 93 yards; Cureton 3-8-1. 21; Sipe 1-7-2. 2. Washington, Johnson II-U-O, 124; Kilmer 7-12-1,111. Pro Football Games Hatltnal FMlball League ExhIMtlwi SchtMt Friday's Came* Pittsburgh 31. Baltimore 10 Philadelphia 24. New England 10 Washington 23. Cleveland 14 Saturday's G4m*t Detroit 27, Kansas Cltyh 24 Chicago 14, St. Louis 13 Cincinnati 27, Green Bay 10 Oakland 22, Atlanta 7 Los Angeles al Buffalo, 9 p.m. Minnesota at Dallas, 9 p.m. Miami ai New Orleans, 9 p.m. Houston at Denver, 10 p.m. Sunday*) Cam* New York Jets vs. New York Giants at New Haven, Conn., 2 p.m. OT WtrM FMItall Uague Sihirdiv'i Glints Jacksonville 26, San Antonio 19, Philadelphia 11 Memphis 18 Southern California 35, Birmingham Chicago at Hawaii, 12:30 a.m. Canadian Fottball Lttgu* Sunday 1 * Game Ollawa at Saskatchewan, 3:30 p.m. 7 0 0 3-10 7 14 3 0-24 from Plunkett nterceplion return interception return interception return St. Louis " 3 3 Chicago ' 0 0 . StL-fG Bakken 3 StL-FG Bakken 21. StL-Ginn 1 run (Bakken kick) Chi-Taylor 2 run (Roder kick) Chi-Taylor ,2 run (Roder kick) A-19,127 First downs 20 Rushes-yards 44-165 Passing yards 178 Return yards 23 Passes 14-21-0 Punts 7-43 Fumbles-lost 2-0 Penalties-yards 9-51 7 0-13 0 14-14 Btin 12 33-107 99 144 6-14-1 t-M 2-2 5-25 New England Philadelphia NE-Herron 12 pass (Smilh kick) Phi-Logan 43 (Muhlmann kick) Phi-LeMaster 37 (Muhlmann kick) PhirLeMaster 15 (Muhlmann kick) Phi-FG Muhlmann 21 NE-FG Smith 27 A-40,156 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHlNG-New England, Schubert 111. Herron 9-11. Philadelphia, McAlistsr 12-56. James 5-10. Oliver 5-10. RECEIVING-New England, Herron J37, Carter 6-56. Philadelphia, Young 4-44, Zimmerman 2-32. PASSING-New. England, Graff 13-29-3/ 156 ' yards; . Plunkett 10-20-4, 96. Philadelphia, Boryla 4-18-0. 58; Gabriel 4-15-0, '18. SAVE GAS Drive a PEUGEOT Diesel The Car' that cot 37.3mpgon '' a coast-to-coast econony rn. NOT BAD FOR A LUXURY CAR! VILLAGE RENAULT/PEUGEOT AUTO SALES INC. jMMicfafkk ATW,Kii.Cih J25-MZ7 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS · RUSHING-St. LouiJ; Latin 10-44. Metcalf 5-33. Chicago, Taylor 12-45, Harp«r 742: RECEIVING-St. Louis, Gray 2-34, B. Jones 2-31. Chicago, Harper 3-22, wade 151. · PASSING-St. Louis, Keithley 7-14-0, IDS yards; Harl 3-9-0, 43. Chicago, Dougliu 2-7-0, 59; Huff 3-4-1, 43. Green,Miller and Rose All Win Two Titles in Shadyside Tourney Dee Green, Terri Miller and Jim Rose were double winners Saturday in the finals of the second annual Shadyside Tennis Club Open Tournament. Green defeated Russ Rollyson 6-7, 6-0, 6-4 to capture the mens singles. He teamed with Rudy Henley to win the mens dou-" bles. Miss Miller won the womens singles and mixed doubles. She beat Jo Marques 6-0, 6-2 for the singlesand teamed with Jim Rose to win the mixed doubles. Rose joined with Tim Paxton to capture the boys doubles corwn for his second title. StudYiidt Ttnnis Club Optn CM SERVICE Vbry Important Protection at Vtery Inexpensive Prices! Bopra will play Michael's Lounge at 10 a.m. today in the semifinals of the winners bracket. 0--1 «-- u South BMOfliftold ___ .......... _ ....... _iog Btpri Trucking.. ____ . _____ ...... 44} 142 Justice and Bainler; Doss and G PacK Hitting: Bopra-Easterling 2-5 inc HR.3 RBI; Nutter 2-3 inc. triple; Ballard 2-5, 3 RBI; G. Pa* HR, 3 RBI; B - Pf* 2-4 inc. double, 4 RBI; Doss2-13 RBI; Bowen2-2 . CMvwwtO ..... --,-..-- **,,_,,,,,,,,_, M| ·§ 1--1 s i ScpraTrvcklndlM 43g ,-7 M / stura*n Mtah- tay (4), Eftim («) IIM D. HMllty; Dm "Sfpid? "««·· "·pri-mndhr U Eijttrllng ?-] and 4 RBI Mwvn iripM, finn uss Roll roaramenL Wen: Dee Freen 4 Russ Rollyson. 6-7, M, 4-1; Women; Terri Milter d. Jo Marques. 6-0, 6-2; Boys-Matt Call d. Tom Brosig, 7-6, 2-6, 7-6; Girts-- Cheryl Arnold d. Alix Evans. 7-5, 6-1 DvuWtj Men: Rudy Henley-Dee Green a. Bob Deifz-Jeff Mo Graw, 4-1 6-7. 6-2; Women: Karen Fish-Lutfiye Gokcen d Terri Miller-Karen ProKitt, 6m 6-0; Boyi: Jim Rose- Tim Paxlon d. SicK Johnson-Kelly Counts, 6-4, 7-5; Miied: Terr: Miller -Jirr. Rose d. Sam Hensley-Jane Littie. 6-1, 6-0 Easterling Leads Bopra COLUMBUS, Ohio - S. J. Easterling drove in seven runs Saturday to lead Bopra Trucking to a pair of wins in the Michael's Lounge Invitational fast-pitch tournament here. Easterling had a home run and three RBIs in the first game as Bopra ripped Sooth Bloomfield. 16-1. Easterling capped the day with four more RBI as Bopra roiled to a 7-1 win over Cleveland. Freddie Doss was the winning pitcher in both games. He tossed a one-hitter and a rive-hitter. He helped himself in the first game with three RBIs. Other leading hitters in the opeaer were Eddie Ballard, George Pack and Bob Pack. All three had three RBIs. Open Bass Touraament SUMMERSVTLLE-The first West Virginia Open Bass Tournament will begin at 5:30 a.m. today and will continue until 4 p.m. here at Summersville Lake. The tournament is being cosponsored by Coast to Coast Sporting Goods in Ansted and Professional Bass Lures of Charlotte, N.C. The total weight of bass caught per person will decide the winners. First place winner will get COO cash, $500 in merchandise and a trophy. Second place gets $300 cash. $300 in merchandise and a trophy. Third will get $200 in cash and $200 merchandise plus a trophy. Pep Rally awl Borfre A pep rally and bonfire will be held at DuPont High at 7:30 p.m. Thursday beside the Little League field. All. DuPont students and fans are invited to attend the rally before DuPont's opening football game at East Bank Friday night DiPwt JjHtar Metttag The DuPont Junior High Sponsors Club will meet at 7:30 p.m. Monday at the school cafeteria for the election of board members. All boys interested in playing football for DoPoot Junior High are asked to report to the football field at 9 ajn. Monday. SJLJMferfflfhFMfWI All eighth and ninth graders that are » n terested in playing football fof St. Albans Junior High School are asked to meet at the school at 10 a.m. Monday. Carbide Retirees to Bowl All retired Carbide employes and their spouses are invited to attend a meeting at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Dunbar Bowling Center. A Carbide retiree bowling league will be organized at the meeting. Persons may call Dorsey Fields at 768-2257 for more information. . Bowliag Leagues to Opea Collett Taylor is secretary of three bowling leagues, which will begin their seasons this week.The SS Sportsman League will start at 8:30 p.m. Tuesday, the Elks 202 League at 8:30 p.m. Wednesday and the State House League at 8:30 p.m. Thursday. Glen Dawson, John Gappa and Hugh Turner are presidents of the three leagues. RMgeway Shows hi Trapskatt VANDALIA, Ohio-Charles Ridgeway of Boomer, with 96 of 100 targets from the 24-yard line led West Virginia shooters in the Grand American Handicap at the 76th annual Grand American Trapshooting Tournament Friday. Other West Virginia leaders were John Mitchell of Charleston with 96 targets from UK 22%-yard line and Dennie Asbby of Smithers with a 93 score from the B%- yardline. · Eft GMi BttketBtf The Elk Yellow team edged the Green squad by one game to win the Elk District Girls Basketball League championship. Elk Yellow fatted with a 7-3 mark, while Elk Green was 6-4. Elk Blue was third at 4-6 and Elk Red fourth at 1-9. Darlene Moles led all scorers ia the league with a final mark of 14.6 per game. Beverly Chambers was second at 11.4, followed by Haifa Fotcoe at 10J. . Drum type American cars. (Luxury cars extra) Includes all parts listed. If you prefer NEW wheel cylinders, add $6 each. IO-POI NT BRAKE OVERHAUL All our customers are very important to us. 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