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--Sept. 10. 1972 BASEBALL standings * Sunday Gazette-Mail Charltiton. Wwt Virginia PITT BEATEN Mtvrdty'i RMuIti Cleveland 1, Boston 1. lo innings Baltimore M, Milwaukee 1-0 Minnesota at Kansas City Oakland at Texas New York at Detroit California at Chicago American League East W L Pet 71 60 .M SfturMy't N«w York 3, St. Louis 1 San Francisco 2, Cincinnati 1 Chicaoo 7, Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh », Montreal 3 Houston at LOT Angeles om»r cKX» not scheduled i Boston Detroit Baltimore New York Cleveland v,lw»uke« Oakland Chicago Minnesota Kansas City California Texas n n 70 62 63 44 71 81 West 7t S4 75 58 M 65 65 66 62 71 JO 8] Sunday's Games All Times EOT .541 .533 .522 '.400 ,J71 .564 .304 .496 .466 .376 10 Tt J'.i 11W 16V, Pittsburgh Chicago New York St. Louis [Montreal [Philadelphia IcincinnaN I Houston Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco San Diego National leagu* iast W L Pet. to 47 .647 74 41 54B 6t «4 64 7) 6i n t IS West S2 52 75 SS 71 62 63 n 59 76 JO 42 .515 .474 ,4S» ,36* Jil? .564 .534 .467 .437 .379 GS 13 17', 23 J5 31',; 23'J 31 Florida State's Huff on Target; Tar Heels Down Richmond, 28-18 Football Scores 71 Punts CHICAGO All Times EOT (Reuschel 6-7) at Phila- NEW YORK (Siottlemyre 13-14) at D*-|d«w'i«""(ReynoldjTl'2T. i:35"p.m. « J, c ^ *'" 2:3 ° p ' m ' I Sl - Louis (wlse '*·") ·' N ** York Oakland IHoltzman 15-11) at Texas' (Seaver 16-11 ), 2 0 5 p m I Hen* 10-11). 2:30 p.m. I piHsburgh (Klsor. 8-5) at Montreal Boston (Paltin U.12) and Curtis »-6) at (Torrei 15-9), 2-15 p m Cleveland Dunning 4-2 a.nd lopei 0-01, 2, 1 C i n c i n n a t i (Grimsley 12-7 and p ?, , .... . ., JMcGlothlin 7-4) st San Francisco (Reber- Minnesota (vVoodson 12-13) at Kar.sas'qer 3-3 and Marichal S-15). 2. 3 p.m. C J,, (5p l. = ' 1MO)l 2:3 ° p ' m . Atlanta (Reet) 11-13 and Niekro 12-11) iVIIwaukee (Brett 6-10) at Baltimore at San Diego (Corklns 5-8 and Arlin 8-15) [Primer 18-8) 2 p.m. a 2 4 p m California (May 8-10) at Chicago (Woodi Houston '(Grillin 4-3) at Los Angeles J -'" (Sutto,-, 15-9), 5 p.m. Kingman's Homer Trips Reds, 2-1; Bags 20th 'ITTSBURGH (AP) - Gary ff threw touchdown passes of and 54 yards Saturday to :e Florida State, the nation's t Downs hcs-Yards sing Yards jrn Yards ECS Is iblw-lost allies-Yards i-ranked m. to a tsburgh. Florida State Pitt 12 17 35-69 55-187 242 71 »1 87 H-24-1 7-21-2 7-38 8-3? 4-2 3-1 3-23 3-25 college football 19-7 victory over Huff, the nation's total of-[goal that gave the visiting Sem- fense leader in 1971, completed inoles a 3-0 lead. 11 of 24 passes for 242 yards in the opening game for both teams. Neither side moved the Gains However, Momentum Pitt's wishbone ball! gained momentum under the I direction of quarterback John ii^ibiid oiuc uiuvcu me DalJ'Tj^-- t. i j » * in the scoreless first quarter. |S*? a JLi W fe replaced starter n 'Bob Medwid. Hogan gained 28 yards on two keepers and led a 67-yard touchdown drive that ended with a 15-yard pass to Rod Huff's second pass of the game was intercepted by linebacker George Feher and Pitt's new wishbone offense was ineffective. In the second period, Ahamet'half. Huth with 55 seconds left in the As kin. a freshman from 1 The lead was shortlived, as Cyprus, booted a 44-yard field;Huff hit wide receiver Barry Perry The Associated Press Dave Kingman's 25th home run of the baseball season following a one-out walk to Jim Ray Hart in the bottom of the ninth inning gave the San Francisco Giants a 2-1 victory over the Cincinnati Reds Saturday a! San Francisco. It was the third loss in a row and fourth in five games for the Reds, who started play seven games ahead of Houston in the National League West. Kingman's Mast camp on an 0-2 pitch and was only (he third hit for the Giants off Don Giillrtt (8-8). Jim Willoutjhbv (5-2) \v?s the ., ,' '. ., ,~. '-.vj.r- M winn'n.f pitcher for the Giants Morgan C out homer in the ninth inning. Then Baltimore's Don Baylor and Dave Johnson rapped home i runs in the nightcap to back Doyle Alexander's two-hit shutout pitching. PITTSBURGH 8. MONTREAL 3--Al Oliver and Richie Hebner cracked two-run homers and Rennie Stennett hit an inside- the-park homer for the Pirates. Chicago Cubs 7. Philadelphia 4 --Rick Monday and Carmen F a n z o n e hit run-producins doubles lo break a sixth-inninjj tie. Rick Reuschel. with relief help, picked up the victory. bunt single. John Bench's single and Tony Perez, sacrifice fly. Results of other games: Cleveland 2. Boston I-- Graig Nettles drilled a home run with ope out in the 10th inning to give Gaylord Perrv his 2flth vic- torv. Perry is 20-15. The defeat ended a four-game winning streak for the Red Sox. who arr contending with Detroit fo- the lead in the tight American League E?st race. CINCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO sb r h hi ab r h bi II 3 n o 0 Rends cl 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 Fuentcs 2 b 4 0 0 0 The Reds got their only run in;K! cc 3 o i I ,",,' v \\\ I the seventh on Bobbv Tolan'5i T , p T z -.L b 2 ! ? 1 fl. * I ° ° ° Menke 3 b 3 0 1 0 Maddcx p r 0 1 0 0 Gercnimn rf 3 0 0 0 Kimjman Ib 3 1 1 2 Chaney s s 2 0 0 0 Matthews r f 3 0 1 0 Gullr-tt p 2 0 0 0 DvRjder c 3 0 1 0 Wilkjhby p 2 0 0 0 Total 27 1 3 1 Total 26 2 3 J Onp out when winning run scored Cincinnati 8 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 -- 1 SanFrancisco . 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 -- 5 E--T.Perez. Dp-Cincinnati 1, SanFran- Cisco 1. LOB--Cincinnati i. SanFrancisco 6. HR-Klngman (25). SB-Henderson. S--Willoughby, Gullctt. SF--T Pprpz IP H R ER BB SO « 1-3 3 2 2 6 8 1 3 1 1 3 3 Smith with a 71-yard scoring pass on Florida State's next play from scrimmage to end the first-half scoring. Askin kicked a 23-yard field goal in the third quarter, and Huff hit Joe Goldsmith with a 54-yard touchdown pass in the last period to close out th« scoring. Florida stal* 0 W 3 6-lf Pitt 0 7 0 0- 7 FS-FG Askln 44 Pitt-Hutti U pass from Hogan (Whit* KIQC) FS--Smilti 71 pass from Hurt (Askln kick) FS-FG 13 Askin FS-GoWsmim S4 pats from Huff (pass A-17,«! CHAPEL HILL, N.C. (AP) North Carolina's Tar Heels struck for two quick touchdowns and went on to defeat lichmond 28-18 Saturday in the football opener for both teams. Richmond will play West Virginia next Saturday at Morgantown. The victory enabled North Carolina to become the 30th major college to win 400 football games. The Tar Heels have an all-time record of 400 wins, 294 losses and 48 ties. North Carolina scored early in the opening period on a two- yard run by tailback Tommy Bradley after Greg Ward had intercepted Dave Young's pass on Richmond's 47 and ran it to the 28. Richmond ·. is No. Carolina 14 7 7 0--21 UNC--Bradley 2 run (Alexander kick) UNC--VWnovic 35 run (Alexander kick) UNC--Klis* 4 run (Alexander kick) Rich--Edwards J5 pass from Young (kick failed) UNC--Hite 2 run (Alexander kick) Rich--Harris 4 pass from Young (pass tailed! Rich--Edwards 6» pass from Knight (pass failed) ! A-31JOO. ullrtt (L.8-8) Willghby (W.5-2) T~2:09. A--6,! ST LOUI5 *b r h HI IVo Hole WVU freshman r u n n i n g back Artie Owens (24) looks for an opening, but the. Villanova line--tough all day on the Mountaineers--barred the way. WVU won 25-6 as Frank Nester booted six field goals. (AP Wirephoto) NEW YORK ab r h bl VnrL- \1nl r T Ct I mil* 1 i Brock If 3 0 0 0 Aqff cf 3 0 0 0 tork .VlPls .i. M. LOUIS I--isizemore 2b 4 o 0 0 Bosweii 2t 3 1 1 0 Gerun hurled hi'less bal'i^^ 1 "-" 3 c ' ° M ' lner " 3 o i o Melendft pn i o 0 0 Kranpool Ib 3 0 1 0 New Martinsville Throws Book at Sissonville, 21-6 Han for the first five then was rescued innings and bv reliever Torre Ib Simmons c RHti 3b Carbo rf 4 0 0 0 Marshall r t 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 WGarrett 3b 3 1 1 0 3 0 0 0 Grots c Tug McG'-aw in the eighth inning. St. Lou : s starter Bob Gih^riS!S,"% " ' " ° ° r ' (15-101 was the victim nf unearned runs as a rr.mlt r\ a pair n f prrv* by Lo" Rrrr 1 ?. st T °L.o'uis BALTIMORE '2-R. MItAVAU- N « w Y ° rk KEE i-n--The Orioles won theVnuiT^fr 3 0 0 0 nh Hudson p 3 1 2 1 Harrclson ss 3 0 1 J 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 29 1 3 1 Total 27 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 00 0 0 x-- 3 Bv Dnn. Hill vantage. Bock's 12 yard pass tc The Blue Eagles of New Mar-T? steve Dills highlighted the idrivG tinsville Magnolia High played, Dni5i a rangy senior end WM it "by the Book' 1 m posting a a thorn in the Indians' side for sweep for the conversion boosted the New Martinsville lead to 21-6 at halftime and ended the scoring. Associated Press Writer COLUMBIA, S.C. (API-Underdog but opportunist Virginia used two fumble recoveries and a blocked punt to stun the University of South Carolina, 24-16, Saturday night in a collegiate football game.' The defense, led by end Billy Williams, set up most of the Virginia scoring opportunities, a n d quarterback Harrison Davis and split end Dave Sullivan book advantage of the chances. | One fumble gave Virginia the sail on the Gamecock 33 and in :wo plays the Cavaliers scored, with Davis hitting Sullivan on an 18-yard pass. Another fumble set up a 24- yard field goal by Billy Maxwell. opener on Terry Growler's two-i s _K^^OOI HR - Carb ° 1 7 - SB-ASM.' Gal Netters Want More Prize ppool- Gibson [L,15-10) Hudson Gentry (W.7-8) McGrsw Savp--McGrflw , 1 : 5 9 . A-20,558. BOSTON IP H r s 1 1 0 0 1 7 2 - 3 3 1 1 3 1 1 - 3 0 0 0 0 0 (221. WP-G.bson. T- R ER BB SO 3 1 3 4 0 0 1 1 21-6 triumph over Sissonvillejthe Saturday afternoon at Joe Saw- iSix yers Field. "The Book" in 5-11, 180-pound senior quarterback Brian Book. The thre?- year regular riddled the Indians' leaky pass defense for 193 j yards and two TD's to lead the i undefeated Welzel rn,,T,t;-,ne --Billie Jpan King, who won th? women's title of the U.S. Open women mav Boston Saturday, says boycott all next year unless there is an increase in their share of prize money. Mrs. King, who now has won the V.S. title three times, earned $10.000 along with her crown. She said the money wasn't D,\Aay"cf enough and can't compare with srali'V the men's top prize of $25.000. ?R5 r °^" "Thp women weren't going to F»r e r V s"o S play here this year because of [on¥o% c the money." Mrs. King said. "We had a meeting about a week before thp t o u r n a m e n t and about 35 or 40 of us voted u n a n i m o u s l y not to play because the money was lousy. "Thp onlv reason we showed CLEVELAND ab r h bi iti r h bi H^rnftr r' 4 n n n Hnr«r *· i n n f 4papcin ss 4 0 1 0 Brohamr 2b 5 1 i 6j Ystrirokl Ib 5 1 1 0 Chmbliss Ib 5 0 1 0 RSmitti rf 4 0 1 0 Fosse c S 0 j 1 Petrocflli 3b 2 0 0 0 GNettles 3b S i l l Pis* c 3 0 1 0 Lowwstn I f 3 0 0 0 iOglivif I f 4 0 0 0 Bell cf 3 0 1 0 ''-r'ffin ?n 3 0 0 n Heidmnn ss 3 0 2 0 ·McGlottin p 3 0 0 0 GPfrry p 3 0 1 0 : Ccopfr ph 1 0 0 0 PftPrs p 0 0 0 0 Total 33 1 4 p Total 35 2 10 2 One out when winning run scored 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 -- 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 -- 2 IP H 6 9 1 1 - 3 1 1 10 4 1 T 2:59. A-4,694. First downs Rushinq Yda. . . Passing Yda. Passes Passes Had Ini. Fumbies-lost Punts Yards Penalized The Statistics N. Mar. 1-44 S-65 entire afternoon, snagging] passes for a total of 77 j yards. Sissonville fought back after the kickoff with HB Bobby Henson slanting off left tackle on a well executed trap play to place the Indians at the Magnolia 29. Henson ground Countiaus.j out gains of 5 and six yards, and a personal foul penalty set up Dana Boggess' four- yard jaunt to paydirt for the onJy Sissonville tally. The P. A. T. try was wide and the score stood at 13-6 with 9:58 remaining in the half. vllli IS I 0 0-}1 I* . 0 6 0 0 -- 4 Forbes 10 o«ss from Book . - - - kick) NM--Rayburn 2 run (kick felled) Siss.-- Bo99«s 4 run (run failed! Mongolian Boxer Loses Silver Medal MUNICH (AP) - Mongolia's B a k h a a v a a Buidaa w a s stripped of the silver medal in the lightweight division o: Olympic judo after being dis qualified from the Games for The Indians thwarted another!using "dope substances." passes and set up Dave Rav-' ithreat when ° n fourth and onei . The medical commission of burn's two yard jaunt to seal' at ttle sissonvi He 14, Book was; tn e International Olympic Com R E R B B s o ' t h e Indians' fate early in thd pushed back attempting toi^f.. , a " noi i nce J. J Saturdfl y , | '] penalty marred game. | sne ak for the first down. jft ^ISif^^anT" £ s " A f t e r defensive end Gregj Sissonville then came alive! international Judo Federation FIRST GAME ; bl e at^hTNPw Vrrtin^llp 15 ^":' hehind the running of junior QBlsaid it had accepted the IOC MILWAUKEE BALTIMORE ! ° le ^ t»e J\e« _Mai_tmsville 4-,| Roger Pritt The Indians ad-commission finding. State Scholastic New Martisville 21. Sissonville « ! C h a r l e s t o n 33, Greenbricr East 8 ' Sistersville 36, Bishop Dona-' hue 19 Park. Catholic 26, Buffalo Put-; nam 2 Buckeye Ohio 50. Warwuod 7 Mullens 20. Sophia 0 Marsh Fork 0. Van 0. tie ! Weirton Madonna 16, Burgettstown 8 St. Marys 15. Frontier 6 Gilmer 25, Tygarts Valley 0 Huntington 13, Logan 6 C-K 41, Matewao 20 Big Creek 22, Oceana 20 N. Martinsville 21, Sissonville 6 State Colleges j Bluefield State 38, Concord 6 West Virginia 25. Villanova 6 Glenville 35, Northwood, Mich. 24 L Shepherd 56, W.Va. Wesley an 8i I W.Va. State 22, W.Va. Tech 131 · West Liberty 21, Salem 9 Fairmont 28. Wayncsburg 19 East Florida State 19. Pittsburgh 7 Lehigh 44, Hofstra Univ. 13 NY Tech 7, lona College 6 Shippensburg 28. Bloomsburg 14 Syracuse 17, Temple 10 West Virginia 25, Villanova 6 South Alabama 35, Duke 12 Auburn 14. Mississippi St. 3 Maryland 24, N. C. Stale 24, tie Newberry 27, Emory Henry 9 Xavier 26, Morehead State 7 Virginia 24, South Carolina 16 Appalachian St. 7, West Ky. 6 Clemson 13, Citadel 0 East Carolina 30, Va. Mil. 3 Fayetteville 45, Federal City 14 Grambling Col. 6, Morgan St. 0 North Carolina 28. Richmond 18 Tennessee 34, Georgia Tech 3 William Mary 31, Furmar Univ. 7 Midwest Akron 13, Kent State 13 Dayton 18. YoungsUnvn 13 Ashland I t , Franklin Col. 7 Concord. Moorhead 31, Moorhead State 14 East Michigan 26, Wise., Oshkosh 14 Evansville 47. Indiana Cen. 14 Glenville State 35, Northwood Mich. 24 Hardline Univ. 40, BetlieJ Minn. 0 Kansas St. Univ. 21. Tulsa 13 Missouri 24, Oregon 22 North Dakota 48, Montana St. 2s NE Missouri St. 42, Cent. Methodist 0 Northern Illinois 21, Illinois St Univ. 7 North Michigan 24, Wise., Whitewater 14 Ohio 26, Cent. Michigan 21 St. John's. Minn. 21, Wise., La- 1 South Dakota 35. Montana 0 So. Dakota State 73, East Montana 0 Valparaiso 40. Wabash 17 Washington St. 18, Kansas 17 West Michigan 28, Long Beach St. 20 William Jewel 12, Culver- Stockton 7 Southwest Tarleton 24. McMurry 14 Far West Prairie View 16, Hayward State 0 Colorado 20, California 10 San Diego State 17, Oregon State 8 Washington 13, Pacific Univ. 6 Wyoming 30, Idaho St. Univ. 14 NFL Exhibitions Atlanta 44 Cincinnati 14 Pittsburgh 10. Washington 10 r "TM»« CPCIBTC CAklCI SPORTS FANS! I BET YOU DIDN'T KNOW Brought to you by , I I I I I One of the most fantastic I football games ever played was! a little noted game in 1969 be- · Itween Villanova and DelawareB in which V i l l a n o v a made anTM I u n b e l i e v a b l e come back. .· .Delaware led 33-7 with just 10" I m i n u t e s to go in the game. .1 .Villanova then not only scored I 129 points in 10 minutes to winB 36-33, but. had two ofher touch- · · downs called back in t h a t B time-!. . .Th.-.t v. v. really a be-i Ilieve-it-nr-notgame. · I I 't How mony hit* if it ponibl* I for a baicball taam to get in S 9 innings and still not win?.. I I .Did you know a team can got 5 a* many as six hiti an inning I dnd net » o c r « -- t o , it wouldE bo po»iblo to a team to got I 94 hits in a 9-inning gam*, _j and looso 1 -0: I Here's one football record B t h a t w i l l p r o h a h l y never b e B J b r o k e n . . .Amns A Ion 7,0 S t a f r p TM · was a football' coach for 701 ·that's right--70 consectivej ·years! He started out as coach I ·at Springfield in 1890 and 1891. · I. .Then he coached at. the U n i - B Crosse 0 ijversity of Chicago from 1892* St. Thomas Col. 6, SW Min- · thrush 193^. . .He was at Col-B · l o n r . nf nesola 3 Sissonvlllei 8 1J8 : 0-4 o- : 2 ; 3-3 | Terpg Gain Tie RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Marylnd's Terps, behind 24-10 in the third period, roared back on the running of Louis Carter and the passing of Al Neville to gain a 24-24 tie with North Carolina State in an Atlantic University of Wyoming Cow- Coast Conference football game boys combined short passes Saturday night | and Quit* openers t ' " A crowd of 31,000 saw Statei h ° Stat ? University quarterback Bruce Shaw firej nc * H:on {f ren :? football season first-period touchdown passes °P^ er he .f Saturday of nine yards to Willie Burden I **» vasito T s surprised Wyom- and 51 yards lo Pat Kenney lo iU1 ? ^ seorm ? £ -*? 11 th . r( ? gain a 14-3 lead. j minutes gone mthe first period, ,. . , , . i on a 10-yard run by fullback Maryland had gotten on thej jim witkowski. Wyoming Wins, 30-14 LARAMIE, Wyo. (AP) -- The I lege of P a c i f i c from 1933 through 1946. at Susquehannal -- from 1947 through 1952 and at 2 · Stockton from 1953 to 1 960! · I I I bet you didn't know. tho splendor of Fall if moit e-eo Book fired two first half TD , 4 0 0 0 Bulortf I I 3 0 2 0 Coggins c f 3 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 4 o 0 6 4 0 0 0 " ble at the New Martins\ n b i ' t h e Eagles struck seiftly. 3 0 0 0 ! Bill Forbes, a driving : vanced to New Martinsville 30 Buidaa became the sixth ath- i i 3 o ; o j o o o 3 0 0 0 3 O 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 4 o o o l n n n n H n r . . 19 ^' but ' he drive was halted ^ yetjlete and third medalist of the croT," "! 2 ? ? ? P « ,w ' j Ra y° ur n npped,another fumble with guard Dan- current games to fail the com- £ r .r. ll?v . r ' i l l l i o f f the yardage in a 68-vard nv Allm this Hmo ri ft m» th«i m ,-eri^v j-^:_-»_.* yardage in a 68-yard {ny Allen this Jime "doing the mission's doping test. honors for Another Sissonville bumble sat Tofal LOB- 30 1 4 1 'oo o o °JL 0 _° |up the sec °nd New Martinsville: BOOK AGAIN unlimbered his 27 5 4 2 ! tally. 'throwing arm to pitch strikes of Buidaa, a favorite with the crowd, won the silver medal Monday. Lightweight Ken Okada, of i"n winning run 0 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 -- 1 o o o o o o o i l -- 5 i loose ball on 5H. Bflanqfr DP--Milwaukee Iwaukpp A, Baltimore H R - OLBrnwn (4). Cro*l Guard Mark Goddard fell on a 13 yds to Dills and 46 yards to^. tant ° n ' Ca " f " w , h ,° ] °st to_ the the Sissonville 23., 2Bl!ISix plays later Rayburn plunged! Bob Wilt. With 52 seconds un is because we took the ac l l c ' SB B u m b r y - "s-cownns;' Be^n fl er V ,!° ve '' w i t h 52 seconds left in the'Forbes gathered in his second with the PC HUSO we took the ac- OBril . n i first quarter to propel New Mar TD toss from Book, this time the strongman from Mongolia in a . . .preliminary round Monday, remaining described Buidaa as the man lion loo bte for it to have been put in effect. I know I won't be hero next year and a lot of other girls won't unless thp money is on pas-." A record I-UiR.', jammed the IP H 31-3 4 r V f l l l T 1 R , E R j B B s o l U n s v i i l e 1 1 0 ?! 0 0 1 Oi into an early 13-0 ad- from 11 yards out. Rayburns'j "strongest arms' 1 divisions. in SECOND GAME MILWAUKEE BALTIMORE rir? r h bi ab r h bi u- ,.- , -~ . " " ~ Auertwcti *s 4 0 0 (1 Rettpnmri rf 4 0 0 0 \\est Side Tennis Club to see.i':fba;n_ : D 3 o i o Blair ci thp Men's doubles REVENGE Palmer, president of !the IJF, said the IOC fi dings iwere final. Palmer said no sil- ; ver medal be awarded in Scoreboard earlier when Steve j Mike-Mayer booted a 24-yard field goal. E. Carolina Hands VMI 30-3 Beating LEXINGTON, Va. (AP)Junior quarterback Carl Summerell threw three touchdown passes as East Carolina University overcome a fumbling start to easily defeat Virginia Military Institute 30-3 here Saturday in the 1972 Southern Con- r erence opener for both teams. Summerell went to work after two Pirate fumbles had paved the way to VMI's only score on a first quarter field goal. Dropping back from his own 17, he launched the scoring with a stunning shot to flanker Tim Dameron, who hauled the ball in at the VMI 40 and raced B I | TdfT«Tull/ displayed JnE Schwabe-May'i new »«l«c-B Ition of Hlck«y-Fre«mpnS clothet for man. Now U *h«B Itirn* to ·· our selection inn the teoion'i frethett colors, | · patterns and styles. That'll* Schwabe-May on Quarriar,B -home of Hickey-Freemensj clothes.. .hand-tailored tofitB you and your way of life. · · By the way: Let us know · if you enjoy reading our col- B umn! · I semifinal matches f i n a l . t w o ^ ' V and Mrs. L" h ^ sd '', King's win. "I don't know for ERodrge? sure if they came to see us but erVtTp 3n I'm sure the women's play has ^"^s p Uie same entertainment valu ^L"? Dw as the men's." Mrs. King said. ToM , 4 1 1 0 4 0 0 0 Davis Ib 4 2 4 0 " 0 0 0 Belangpr ss 0 1 0 0 3 0 0 0 Baylor I f 4 2 1 2 3 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3 b 4 1 1 2 ' 3 0 0 0 Gricfi s s 4 0 3 2 ' 3 0 1 0 OJohnson 2b 3 1 1 1 ? I) 0 0 Robles c 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Alfxanov p 4 0 c C ' 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 i Glenville Rallies to Win Over Northwood, 35-24 Fast-Pitch Soflball | At Point Pleasant Sepl. 15-17. Fast- pitch double ellmnaitlon $25 entry fee.i Deadline Wednesday. Call Ralph Miller! at 675-1436. | I C U S T O M U C O ' C L O T H C S Any Make Any Model I XORTmVOOD. 35» u 7Jville Sisle rallied Park. Catholic Trips Buffalo BUFFALO - Psrkor^hurg C a t h r l i r scored a touchdown in every q u a r t e r to defeat Buffalo P u t n a m . ?fi-2. Saturday night. Tim Realty scored twice for'the visitors. ^tt"'^ B n f f a ' o Putnam's points camo ri^nv on a .safety in the first no^'ior 1 AO'IVET w-hen Low s Hypes of the Bis- ons tackled a ^rkorsburg Cath- f'rt'ni.r 3b olic runner in the end zone. v'v,Tc 2t Buffalo defensive standouts g, 1 ^" were Jimmy Moore with 17 tackles and Greg Porter with eight fackles 7 Tr)t " 1 T» « i T 'i · Pittsburgh Buffalo Putnam is open next Men»r»»i weekend. n F.rJ.?:i w . P«rk Othijlle « Stiff. Putnam 3 A Milwaukee e 0 0 aaltimerc 2 0 0 1 0 1 4 0 x -- « E--ThPOTMld, D.Jonnwn, E Rodrigu*?, Ofiri^n. 0 D --MiiwsukfH* 1. Balhmore 1 LOS--Milwaukee 3, Baltimorp S 28-- -,r- C h B Rr-b'nsnn HR Blvlor [101., D Johnson ( S ) . SB--Duviv IP H R ER BB SO Fir 5 ! Dnwns * 7 4 4 1 2 Rusftirw Yard? I 4 4 0 0 2 Pass-nq Yards 0 0 0 0 0 PflSSPs 2 0 0 1 1 Punls .--Losl RrMt (L.iS-111 1 md"r fW.A-81 9 2:C8 A- 12.344. PITTSBURGH flb r h bi MONTREAL ab r h b Penalties-- Yards 4 0 0 1 Jorq*n;n c' ' 0 0 0 Fr SMrrx'l ih 4 1 1 0 MCrv(»'- c BRobrKn Ib 1 0 0 0 W(XX)5 rl ; . ' i J Bailey 3b . 1 2 1 1 Torres 2b - ' 0 0 Stonpmfln p 4 0 1 0 Renko p 4 1 1 0 Fairey prt Day pti 3 1 1 0 1 0 0 2 1 1 3 0 0 The ru 0 0 0 o o o and o o o with the passing j ° J § son to carry Glenville to a s 1 0 0 ° ^ n "°P enin S victor}-, avenging a 1,000 CASH PURSE $200 PER CLASS Rider has option of Trophy or Money - MOTOCROSS RACE SUNp AY, SEPT. 10-1:30 P.M. RAIN OR SHINE Practice 12 Noon nf farl Mlo Anderson was 9 for 13 passing "»»« 525-1544 »rJ35-J012 For Further lnf»ri»itio» ·' ,,..._ ' _ ,. ^ifor 214 yards. Allowav eained ft.1 SCLASSiS-3-7 LAP HEATS 1 snuffed a socond half rally by '"a? i Northwood tc post a ,5-24 victc! ^ Mich.--Glen- Alloway went over from two from behind yards out and Facemyer lead here scored on a five-yard run. j and then Two third-quarter touchdowns . :by Northwood cut the Glenville N)r ,K. : lead to 28-24. Northwood missed^ ,J* ;all extra point attempts, howev-: 127 ler, and the placements of Jay, " 3 .7, 2 Chambers kept Glenville in the 4-2 lead. Anderson lofted a 74-yard touchdown pass to Steve Buf- the final period to win fc Glen. 18 m 3-3 1 0 9 8 ' ] 3X 3 7 3 20-19 loss to Northwood last sea- scored the game's *--V qpnv?n ft- ! Mfoni-r * 10 7 Total 0 3 1 0 4 0 0 0 0 -- * 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0-- 3 ··t,r f J^L^ r ^ Q f-.-first touchdown and after"JVorth- . AOHW (12).i wood had rallied to take a 12-7 H R ER BB so!lwd, Glenville erupted for three } I I \ ||second quarter touchdowns. on for a .Ift-yard touchdown, HR-Siern,t! 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