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7D--Sept. 10, J972 ^Sunday Gasette-Mail ChsrltJton, Wt»t Virslnla . By Bo6 Bafor --Staff Pholo by Ferre.ll Friend OLD RIVALS ED TUTWILER (LEFT) AND BILL CAMPBELL They Played Together in Muscular Dystrophy Benefit Tourney Major T. A am 10 Tutwiler r League Averages Kansas City New York California Minnesota Chicago Oakland Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland Baltimore Texas TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet 4410 498 1U4 66 473 .259 435S 545 JIGS iC2 5C7 2jj. i-'insrjurq 4470 -94 1127 81 465 .25? St. Louis 4471 404 1096 71 373 .245 Houston "57 45J 1078 82 429 .242 Chicago 4384 491 1052 92 458 .240! Atlanta NATIONAL LEAGUE TEAM BATTING AB R H HR RBI Pet I 47U6 612 1309 102 582 .278 4584 509 1205 64 464 .263 Leads Golf With a 71 -*» *HTI . Bill Campbell was the last golfer to win the U. S. Amateur at match play (in 1964). But Bill does not favor the U. S. Golf Assn. decision last week to change the 1973 Amateur back to match play. "In fact, I was the one who started the move to make the change to stroke play in 1965 and I could do so in good grace because I won at match play in 1964," Bill commented when asked his opinion on the USGA decision. "The basic question is: which is the best way of determining the best player? I felt that going to four rounds of stroke play is the fairest test, and I still feel that way," Campbell stated. "I myself would not have voted to change back to match play. But I respect the decision of the USGA and I will be happy to play in the U.S. Amateur no matter how they run it. I would play even if it were a blind bogey or on the Galloway system." said Bill, who has competed in the Amateur 29 times. The Huntington insurance executive said he was forewarned of the change during the recent Amateur at Charlotte. "Harry Easterly Jr. (of Richmond, Va.) is chairman of the championship committee and he has been consistent over the years in favor of match play," Campbell related. "He tipped me off, as a matter of courtesy, that the change had been made because he knew that I wouldn't like it." Campbell said he realized that the USGA has its reasons. "One good justification is that it would increase the field from 150 to 200," Bill noted. "Golf traditionalists also feel it will reestablish the uniqueness of the U.S. Amateur by returning it to match play."' (The Amateur was held at match play from 1895 through 1964.) "But 18-hole matches are like Russian roulette," Campbell feels. "One bad round and you are out. And the Amateur at match play is too much of an endurance contest. A player gaining the finals will have to play ten rounds in six days, with 36 holes all of the last four days. Members of the .Meadowbrook U-am this year are Betty Bom ling (» handicap), Marie Hall (11), Helen Tattersall (12) aad Louise Lambrcch.s ( H ) . Playing for Kanawha are Jackie Tondreau (10). Dee Hull (10), Tina Evans (12) and Loretia VandeLinde (13). The Berry Hills team is composed of Betty Mar key (9), Priscilla Payne (10), Pinky Bock (11) and Doris Belcher (12). The Sleepy Hollow gals are Cathy Payne (10), .lerri Long (12), Marian Patchell (13) and Doris LeHose (13). Kepresentinsj Edgewood are Ann Bird ( 1 5 ) , Ruth Bonham (1G), Betty Mat^ thews (19 and Nancy Payne (21). * * * State Open. Pipestem Play Be fin Friday Don't forget about the following tournaments coming up: WEST VIRGINIA OPEN: A pro-am is scheduled Thursday followed by the 54-hole State Open Friday through next Sunday at the South Hills course near Parkersburg. San Snead shoots , nnt for his 16th Open title! Other pros entered include Barney ! Thompson, Billy Capps. John Fletcher. Linden Moade and Roy Shreves. Entries total 7.S so far and aridilional entries will be accepted up until lee-off time Friday. Entry fp? is $25 for amateurs and $35 for pros. Send if (o tournament director Dave Smith, c/o South Hills Golf Club. P. 0 Box j 3325, Parkersburg, 26101. John Gains No. 3 i iSpot On Team I John Williams, former West Virginia closed tennis champion, will play No. 3 spot on the Middle Atlantic professional team which will compete in the national team championships Sept. 14-17 in San Diego, Calif. Williams advanced to the semifinals of the recent Middle Atlantic tourney at Ocean City, Md., before losing to Ian Crook- (emien. a New Zealander who his college tennis at Crookenden won the and the No. 1 team PIPESTEM INVITATIONAL: A 54-hole tournament Friday through next Sunday at the Pipestem Resort golf course. Iefty Bob Johnson is defending champion. Other Kanawha Valley entries include Tom Mollencop, Dr. Jack Shamblin. John Kelly, Bob Thaxton, Dick Foutche, Dave Walters. Norris Brown, Hobie Hannah, Jack Shamblin Sr., George Gay, Denny Booth! W. T. Cruze. Matt Kennedy, H. A. McNeer, Mike Cuervo and Homer Bobbins. The entries through last Wednesday totalled 56. Entry fee is $35 if a player stays at the Pipestem Resort and $40 if he doesn't. BIG BEND INVITATIONAL: A 3fi-hole tournament, on Oct. 7-8 at the Big Bend course near St. Albans. Entry fee is $20 and the first 176 entries will be accepted. A free practice round Oct. 6 for all contestants. 504 1047 125 477 '237 4379 422 1030 76 39: .235 4349 459 1005 105 433 .231 Cleveland recalled. "We both beat college players in the semi-finals. But w e were fortunate that the weather was cool all week." (Campbell beat Tutwiler l up in the 1964 finals in a classic match of West Virginia players for the U. S. title.) j Tutwiler said he agrees with Campbell. "I think the USGA 46oe 6-6 1207122 5 8 i . . 2 i Ed Tutwiler nf Indianapolisj is making a mistake going back to match play," Tut said 4529 583 1170116 £38 '.tss' sllnt a one-unrier par 71 round! Saturday while practicing his putting before the Muscular " " STATE EMPLOYES TOURNAMENT: This is a tourney for state government employes Sept. 30 and Oct. 1 at Meadowbrook j Recreation dub. The entry fee of $20 is being accepted by Mrs. ' Dotty Talbott, Local Government Relation Division, Slate Tax Department, State Capitol, Charleston, 25305. 25% OFF STORM SASH REGLAZINC THIS WEEK ONLY SEPT 11 THRU 16th GENERAL GLASS COMPANY 213 BROAD ST. Los Angeles Cincinnati D.Allen Chi Carew Min SchPinblum KC Rudi Oak Piniella KC Otis K c Berry Cat C.May Chi Mayberry KC Pinson Cal E.Rodriguez Mi Fisk Bos Munson NY Murccr NY Braun Mi n F.Alou NY Chambliss Cle Epstein Oak Klrkpalrick KC Thompson Min White NY Roifls KC McMullen Cal R.Oliver Cal Bllttntr Tex Grich Bal Scott Mil Darwin Min Griffin Bos r-rlqgs Mi! Freenan Opt Yastrzomsk 4390 398 1012 76 36i .231! Philadelphia 4311459 991 85 «.', .228 (Montreal 4378 418 977 54 383 .22! N-i« York INDIVIDUAL BATTING ; S a n Diego 275 or more at ba!s ! AB R H HR RBI Pel! ·AO 82 144 33 102 .317! 471 56 149 0 390 53 123 8 514 81 160 19 492 59 152 11 4/0 67 141 1] 5 10 17 7 2 19 6 27 2 - ..«Mw:25_!? a l u i;. d a y !° ca P lure first P Iace ! Dystrophy Assn.' benefit '"tournament V'sieepv"Hollow ~ So ^' I33!M "l:Ln t tnefRS"ur2:nr l a[ ! ^ ^ "^^^ ^^' '" U ' S AnWr TM tch ^ SanFrancisco 4541 567 1101 128 4474 426 10/.9 EC ,__ . 43-5 W '°31 9" ,?. ·" 7! : S1C ' C Py HollOW Golf Club. 4505 419 lo'is 94 389 .m 1 Tutwiler, who won the West IN 2 D 7. V o?m*r..,flIJs NG : Virginia Amateur title U times 66 .311 64 .30? Harrah Tex Harper Bos Apariclo Bos R.Smith Bo s U.Jackson Oak Billings Tex P.Kelly Chi Alomar Caf Perraro Mil B.Robinson Bal Cash Del Northrup Det ·ovar Min Petrocelli Bos Bayior Bal Maddox Tex Bell Cl e G.Neltles Cle Brohamer Cle Campansrls Oak Clarke NY M.Stanley Det Slanlon Cal A.Johnson Cle Ford Tex F.Howard Det Herrmann Chi J Pnwoll Pal D.May Mil McCraw Cle Unser Cle Cater Bos Michael NY Killebrew A^in McAuliffe Det D.Nelson Tex Bando Osk Fosse ClP Cardenas Cal Patek KC A.Rodriguez Dot Theobald Mil D.Johnson Bal Blair Bal Andrews Chi Duncan Oak W.Horton Det Duffy Cle Lovitto Tex Auerbach Mil Schaal KC Buford Bal E.Brinkman Det Soderholm Mm 357 38 107 468 76 159 428 50 127 416 53 122 279 20 81 3?" 63 110 438 48 126 502 50 U4 334 33 95 282 29 80 4 363 38 102 4 398 J6 111 2.1 324 40 90 8 487 46 135 .i 479 67 132 7 412 45 113 3 432 34 118 9 495 48 135 17 305 30 83 3 367 60 105 499 6! 135 449 J5 171 390 36 105 357 49 96 ISO tl Ii BOS 365. 56 41! 316; B.Williams Chi tu '-lie Clincs Pgh -- Oavalillo" Pgh Mold LA '^oniCedeno Htn 35 ·" -8 .297 75 .297 46 .293 26 .290 53 .290 Lee SD A.Oliver Pgh Baker Atl Stargcll Pgh Buck-ncr LA 313 45 84 464 80 124 338 35 ' 0 394 61 104 417 60 1)0 414 37 109 3-0 SO 92 530 59 139 293 16 7,', 467 44 124 3E5 42 93 366 34 93 J57 63 116 444 53 112 286 30 72 294 40 74 378 35 95 445 54 115 445 40 110 534 69 130 461 57 112 380 39 92 331 38 80 338 31 81 351 36 B4 301 28 72 297 19 71 40? .15 o 444 45 106 32-1 35 77 350 27 83 318 32 75 329 25 77 368 45 86 335 34 78 427 55 99 464 5* 108 395 37 91 484 24 109 454 53 102 521 57 117 321 39 72 327 27 73 414 JO 92 51 100 37 . 82 35 iS 22 70 19 63 43 102 34 74 43 79 34 90 25 52 451 371 297 322 290 471 344 378 441 277 PITCHING 11 or more decisions 45 .286 Walson hln 82 .287!_jmo Chi 39 .284 ,-i.me Lm ~1 .;s.i,_.:emente Pgh 31 .2Pi|Brocn SIL 63 .279lHebner Pgh 40 ,278i Simmons. _IL 41 .277 .Sanguillen Pgh 47 .2761 i.r'erei Cin ' 50 .274.' T o r r e SIL 32 .2731 Morgan Cm 68 .273|Slenhctt Pgh 25 .2721 W.Davis LA 43 . 2 * 1 ! Cardenal Chi 76 .271 L.May Hln y, '5'g|Kcssinger Chi 51 jJrt'w.Parkrr LA JJ -yZ\ Russell LA J9 -MS '·'"·Milan Chi TM '£! lolan C,n 46 .267 Si "Blelon Mil 67 '264l Wy " n Hin i. 263, Helms Hln "?. .2,3 Lu2inki Phi 22 . 2 6 2 ! H u l t o n Phi 55 .I.'SlrUPnti-; SF 58 .255 E.Williams Atl 53 .255 valentine LA 31 .254 Edwards Htn 27 .254;DvH,-)dcr SF 65 .252 Madoox SF A B 507 82 173 277 47 94 317 53 107 328 53 108 481 96 158 430 73 155 307 43 99 495 79 156 373 53 117 435 67 136 343 42 107 486 68 151 407 55 125 560 90 171 312 58 95 542 71 164 356 54 108 506 el 152 457 51 137 445 55 132 478 65 141 488 III 141 284 32 82 536 70 154 457 80 131 511 76 145 500 64 141 381 39 107 353 38 99 308 56 86 531 73 147 427 64 118 3»8 58 110 485 64 134 470 98 129 H'HR RBI PCIJ before moving to Indiana, was are both against the move. * Women Golfers^Vie for Blubaugh Bowl 32 .252 9 .252 H.Aaron Atl Bench Cin urcurrt Chi Carbo StL !5i-cmore SIL ! Henderson SF Fainy Mil iMillan All Mimrr NY i j* -i,y McCarvrrr Mil I' -ii-lGaslcn SD iJ ,,*;Montanez Phi j j -;;jlHum Mil JO .239i F -l'ob,nson LA 75 236'C.JcnPS NY 15 . 2 3 7 : F o l i Mil 3' .236^ G "wa Phi 32 .234; B onds S F 61 .234|A:|f.y Pgh 22 .233 Mnlpndli StL 21 .ZMjOnvii- fhl « .232 ! Evans All K 2 - O j c o b c r t SD 29 ·2j|! D Rober| 5 SD 46 '325: Monday Chi 18 '224' DflRader Htn 30 '223l Fl ' r fiosi NY j " 2 2 2 Menkp Cin 42 2 2 2 ' Mrralf"; SD £4 ^221 ! D.Thomas SD 29 .219; Age*- NY 22 .217.Lum All 18 .217:Bailry Mil 25 .?17|Stahl SD 31 ,Z14:Mpl/gpr Hln 22 .209 Jeter SD 41 .204! M.Pr-rrz All 37 .188: Jorgenscn Mil Mcnrv Phi I T.Martinez NY IP H BB SO W L E R A i Day MM 92 47 23 63 8 4 1.75:',,, nrtl _, ,.. 2 3 6 1 8 2 6 2 1 6 7 1 8 8 1.90 j b l"^0 ^ 133 88 25 94 9 4 1.9.1 £' n 9 man \F 2 0 5 1 7 1 36 4 9 1 5 6 l - W J C o r K p ' n f 26? 177 M 1 S R 1 9 7 2.02' n_' r ,..Jfi ' »i\/ 452 40 124 475 55 130 323 34 87 492 56 131 500 64 133 350 35 93 313 30 83 385 36 102 420 54 111 397 63 104 470 71 123 410 48 1C7 280 40 73 376 44 98 392 56 102 374 37 97 455 41 117 296 44 76 337 29 86 318 27 81 454 57 115 39? 50 99 314 38 79 312 31 76 453 39 113 510 56 127 542 98 135 794 25 73 304 31 75 387 26 94 378 62 93 'B9 74 12D 352 36 86 374 59 91 489 64 119 312 28 75 381 40 91 312 32 74 440 43 104 369 49 87 12 326 37 76 443 50 103 280 30 65 557 76 127 304 23 69 453 32 102 331 42 74 483 48 107 285 20 63 The four low handicap women golfers at each of five area tourna- clllhs al1 com P plin S this month in inter-club matches. They opened at Sleepy Hollow Friday and will go next Friday to '^ -TM | the only goiter in the huge 21627 !338 player field to break par. "I'm .?·_$! glad I came for " -^iment," said Tut. so ..Is! Tying for second place with 74i Kana w n a- The gals move to Berry Hills Sept. 23 and finish no i'jirounds were present State Ama: U P Se P^- 3() a ' Meadowbrook. 32 .312 teur Bill Campbell of Hunting-! " Mr «- -lames McGraw of Kanawha Country Club started 6a1o7 l o n and Frank Sexton of Hun-! 'he matches in 1954 and they have been a lot of fun over 48.305 tmgton Dr. Jack Shamblin of the years," remarked Mrs. Priscilla Payne. "Reginald Blue- South Charleston was next with haugh, head of the old Blubaugh Bakery, donated a sterling bowl (the Lynn Karen Blubaugh bowl) thai goes to the wiii- j ning team each yrar." SEVEKAL PROS tonic jiarl in- The Kanawha ladies won tlie bowl from 1955 through 1960. Edgewood took it in 19(1 before Kanawha reclaimed it from Hills won in 19(58 and 6IOOO , 78 !29? s 14 4 6 .5 2 5 6 13 78 30 3 6 ? 18 I I 1 IS 6 6 13 (i 17 5 1 1 21 3 5 1 18 37 5 11 20 5 5 4 5 · - 76 | . 78; .,78 86.284 the low score among the 36 -282 w jth fl T\ 55 .2811 WRn 3 '·'· 30 78o "We raised 52,650 Tor the 74 : 277 | Muscular Dystrophy Assn. 28 276 6 '«"«," saitl tournament dircc- 63 ^2761 tor Frank Pava. "We hope to Q -^: make it an annual event." ** -2'4; Championship Flight 36 .269iEd Tutwiler 47 .266 Bill Campbell 76 .2661 Frank Sexton . . . 25 .266|Dr. Jack Shamblin . 35 .265 Jim Ward 38 .265: Dave Carter , 52 -264i Dave Gillispie J9 · J6 2, First Flight 97 .262 Carl Long 30 .261 Bob Farreri ' . . 30 .261 Second Flight 28 .;61 Ed Garretl 47 260 C. G. Roberts 55 .259 Third Flight 29 .257 B - Cunningham 32 .257 C. A. Smith 31 .255 Fourth Flight 39 255' Terry DalPorto . 56 .753 Darrell Allen 17 .53 Fifth Flight Paul Sflnna .... Vince Painter Sixth Flight Buck Mavnard .. . Bob Neumeyer 44 -249 Seventh Alight 33 .248 John Kpenan 26 .247 Charles Titlow 23 .246, E ig h t night 67 .246j J. R. Gordon 111 .245.W. Conley 30 · J4 4! Ninth Flight 35 .243' JO"" Nelson 83 .243 Gene Grass 30 .240: loth Flight 45 239 M. Nichols 15 237 "· E- Quails 33 .236, ,, P.'r Flight .. ,,,,! D. Light G. W. Estep Hollow was champion first title in 1971. Dolphins, Vikings Play on T,V. The Associated Press The Miami Dolphins, hoping: to break even in their pre-sea! son tour of the National Foot: ball League, entertain the Minnesota Vikings today as the pros complete their exhibition schedule. The regular NFL season opens next Sunday. The Miami-Minnesota game, lc Ul l i v e SCllGGUlGQ te!evised lOQ3y, Meadowbrook captured its BOWLING ,1 CBS beginning at 6 p.m. The Dolphins, losers in the Super Bowl to the Dallas Cowboys last January, have won only (wo exhibitions while los-i |ig three. The Vikigs, figuring, to be a power again with Frank: Workshop and Open Meetiiio r i Tarkent ? n back at quarterback,; *· I Z5 iare 3-1 in Planned for Ladies Today By Bob Baker 75! The C h a r 1 e s t o n Women's 80 Bowling Assn. will hold a work-;" " . . . shop for all league presidents: 1 " *e Midweek League. pre-season play. j The Vikings had their best of-i 'fensive effort last week in roll-' ., , , ing up 399 yards on 72 plays in the men keglers was a nifty.a 26-14 victory over Houston, by Harold Stump j Miami bowed to ( ion Coach 55 .252 4.1 .250. ' 32 .249 23 .249 and secretaries at 4 p m today 1 David Boiarsky rattled off a D , on Sh , ula was P le a^d with the! 5° at the Boulevard Recreation 244 - 677 series j n the Good Pel- P la y . of r unn'"g back Mercury; 'Center 'tows League. Terry Lilly W as' Morrls - wno K aln ed 111 yards H A buffet dinner will be served ha PPy wi ^ a 255-675 score in on j 0 , carries, including a 79 at 6 p.m., CWBA secretary Luthe Nitr ? plant League and;y a r d touchdown. ! ; Grille Lookabill said. Mike Majchrzak rolled 268-662 in An open meeting for all the His ' n Hers League. women howlers in the Kana- " M y league got off to a very good start. We have 16 teams SJ 82 i wha Valley will follow at 7 MI p.m. today at the Boulevard, M' Mrs. Lookabill added. es ! Two ladies got the season Pro Football at a Glance By The Associated Press National Football League E*hibitions Friday's Results Buffalo 34, Philadelphia 17 and ciidn t have a blind, which L San Franc isco i?,_ LOS Angeies u Lyle N Y Palmer Bal R.Nelson KC Kline NY Hunter Oak Kaat Min Tiant Bos G.Perry Cle Corbin Min Wood Chi Paul Tex Odorn Oak Tidrow Cle R.Woodson Min Coleman Det N.Ryan Cal Cuellar Bal Lindblad Tex Lolich Det Coiborn Mil Holtzman Oak P.Dobson Bal Fingers Oak Alexander Bal , Timrnerman Det 148120 40 c88 8 1 0 2.B ! HootoTrM ., :. L ^,i ,in m c - i i n o I n tic nuuloll l_nl 311 25 326 23 402 57 368 47 287 219 63 189 19 15 :.13 : 140109 50 71 8 7 2.13 327 276 57 l«o 24 12 2.23 137 118 44 93 7 6 7.23 161 128 69 64 '3 4 2.2.' 206 167 59 110 13 13 2.49 15 6 2 6 1 10 13 0 63 0 71 5 87 24 79 1 53 9 51 9 52 0 8 36 .333. 54 .223 18 .232 33 .228 17 .227 77 2.5 38 .224 47 .222 16 .221 21 .219 Birdie Flight thought was good for a holiday weekend," noted Nitro Plant 9ojstarted in fine fashion by rolling L^ag" 6 secretary Victor Thomp- 4 i600 series. Tootsie Bryant post-50 "- 'TM{ied a 231-622 score in the Kings : Buzzv Reynolds was high with iand Queens League and Carolyn ! 24 t 918 for four games in the 585 j n |','Gibson turned in a 245-601 series: Trios ^League. Right behind! i in the Carbide Ladies League. " ' Saturday's Gam All Times E Atlanta at Cincinnati, 8 p.m. Kansas City vs. Green Bay at A New York Jets at San Diego, 11 p.m. Oakland al Dallas, 9 p.m." Sunday's Games All Times EOT Baltimore at Denver. 3 p.m. 28 .218 71 .216 21 .215 25 .213 25 .185 .. . - -- -. . 33 .184 SD 296 24 52 0 12 .182 PITCHING 11 or more decisions IP K SB S O W L ERA 76 39 2? 66 8 6 1.1. l 100 70 45 83 14 5 Bowling Scores were Fl- ank Sheets with 248-893 j £' ev «l? n , d " N f* York G i a n t s ' ' p- and Rick Quesenberry with 234! 1 2 TOP SCORE reported among 823 -- - ------- --^-- __^_ ---- ^...^ __ . ° ______________ _____ _ PARK FREE 1 HOUR Painter's Lot with 2.00 purchase ALTERATIONS FREEATCOYLE'S! MEN'S KMT SLACKS 12" Pick several pairs of these easy-care men's knit slacks ... they're perfect for right now and on into Fall. Belted models and no waist band to choose from. Solid colors, stripes and patterns, straight and flare leg, and all at a tremendous money-saving price! Hurry! MEN'S WEAR, Main Floor Men Bowler League ! Gene Crews, 915 Venture Sheets. 915 Vonturp ono IAA 70 ion _· n o sn '·'"·-"«» '»"i iuv /u 43 BJ 4 :. I / n ' ' ' C|MV -j".-*,·=». T i- W I M _ _ I f TM nn %ffilV3 I' : .^_: s " NY .!.'*? ? " * S V7I'I«* Hnflman. 915 Venture . 2 3 4 1 7 0 8 9 1 8 4 1 5 1 7 2 . £ 2 N c | a n Cin 231 139 131 MO !6 13 2.5? j r°Hlon Phi 1 3 7 1 2 1 39 90 7 5 2.« i Ma lack NY 229204 .14117 1 6 1 1 2.63; 8CR NY 245 302 60 150 15 15 7.64 Blass Pgh . Kiion Pqh 171146 29 89 14 5 2 0 5 ' p a u l Nicla ' " 5 Venture 293210 7 7 2 7 2 2 3 8 2 0 9 i j i m Bailty, Kings-Queens , 66 56 18 48 7 4 2 1 7 : s l s n Audruzis. Nitro Plant 135106 34 6910 S 7 1 9 Frpli McCartney, Belle Works 227163 4 3 1 6 7 1 5 9 2 37 John Oamous, Belle Works 239183 5 7 1 4 0 1 2 9 2'38 Paul Hermansdorter, Mixmasters 234-532 Messersmith Cal McNally Bal Lonborg Mil · Drago KC Blyleven Min Blue Oak R.May Cal Bradley Chi Hand Tex lothen Bos Wilcox Cle DslCanton KC Slayoack Det C.Wright Cal Spliltorfl KC Hamilton Oak F.Peterson NY Stottlemyre NY J.Perry Min Kekich NY Siebert Bos Lockwood Mil ' Pattin Bos Curtis Bcw Bahnsen Chi Ryerson Mil Parsons Mil Bosmart Tex Panther Tex Gosolewski Tex Rooker KC Broberg Tex Hedlund K C R.Clark Cal Brett Mil Culp Bos s, a TI. JO i A ?'«' l ' I D S O n b t L 84 68 26 40 5 8 2.76, iv,rm|a v f i n 148 120 4 0 C 8 8 8 1 0 2.a' Ho oTon Chi 129 97 53108 6 9 ' 3 5 ' S ,?,TT on L. 217 197 61 109 13 14 2.86 : sioneman MM 183148 5 9 1 2 2 1 2 f 2.« ; n'.,"'"^ n . M " 204 203 43 104 10 15 2.9? | , 0 ' hn V.A 236212 6 3 1 7 9 1 2 1 6 3.00 R'vinl SF 122100 37 91 5 * 3.02: n,.', cp 169 134 6 7 1 4 2 8 10 3.08' 51,^1 Chi 221 194 61 175 13 If 3.14;5o»mhnn 1 4 146111 89 9 4 1 0 1 1 pin, pnh 111 98 40 88 6 5 .1.?3,r," s ,"Vj? 147135 68 87 7 1 7 3.2.1: Uiipr w v 122123 26 70 6 6 3.30, 1 £ s v " "I 73 ·:· i, n c * i -s rappas Lni 78 24 64 J 6 3.j; . . 211 196 74 79 15 9 3.32 188 174 £9 124 11 10 3.35 Darker Htn Jenkins Chi . ,. ,, h 85 87 25 48 4 * .1.38.^0,." MM 221248 40 8 8 1 4 1 4 3...2i K °. r £" MM 2 2 3 2 1 9 66 9 7 1 3 1 4 ^··'^ n n7r??m 188171 57 7 4 1 2 1 4 3.48 · " ',' . x,,"" 1 1 7 2 1 6 9 73 7 8 1 0 12 3.49;^'^.^ .. 191192 5 5 1 2 0 1 2 1 1 3.52 ''.jrTM, 0 . A t 1 4 0 1 1 4 64 89 7 1 1 3.53 2,n,i, ?h' 204 192 57 126 14 12 3.61 : ? ' " n ^ n i 174151 37 87 9 6 3.701^^' /D 219 228 61 139 17 15 3.77 , %TMfTM ^A 89 110 17 39 3 8 3 .8.1 , ° r ' '£? , P « hn 190 174 62 103 11 12 3.93 S" r ^ SDDK , 144159 43 74 7 9 3.94 j Bunion Phi 82 88 43 43 5 8 4.28, . r y N Y 1.3 78 1M 5 12 107 111 38 U, 109 105 S5 61 107 98 36 41 Corkins SD Marichal SF a 9 4 m Frisella NY 410 4 51'Cleveland SIL 6 1 0 '^'iMcGlothlin Cin » » 5 8 Race Caplured By Susan's Girl NEW YORK (AP) - Susan's Girl, the 3-1 second choice, closed with a rush along the rail and won the $112,800 Beldame Stakes by one length at Belmont Park Saturday to take a big stride toward '.he 3-year- old filly championship. Summer Guest, the 5-2 favor- Sui(_n.er Guest, the 5-2 favor- Schuelrr Atl Simpson Cin J.Ray Htn K.Reyr:olds Phi 'Suii.-t: Cia Rcuss Hln Rwd Atl Morton Mil Jarvis All Koosman NY J.Johnson SF McDowell SF Roherts Htn Twitchcll Phi T.Kelloy Atl Santorinl StL Chamotnn Ph! Ston* All Carrithir« SF SAlrn^i Phi G'»i' SO 214 192 69 98 16 6 2 48 Pob Suencrr, Columbia Gas 133 98 59 93 g 5 2 6 3 ( H f l r r v Basharn, Electr.ic 225187 6 9 1 6 8 1 5 9 ?',"8' rGn Ronk, Electric . 1 7 3 1 7 0 45 6512 7 2 75 Ror ? S" 1 '*' Blvd. Friday .. 191171 7] 115 9 1 2 2 7 8 Oliie McLane, Sat. Coupl,-s 183159 5 1 1 5 0 1 1 8 2 7 Hershel Workman. Sat. Couples 219185 8 7 1 4 6 1 0 1 1 7 83 S hirl ?V Ramsey, Sunday Couples 199191 53 7 6 1 5 1 0 j'ss'Alford Parsons, Viscose 167155 3610611 5 286 J - Barnell, Viscose 173142 67 n !1 6 7 88 Gene Cinfel, St. Albans Cily 15.136 34 73 6 8 2'90' Hfl vmiin Haynes, St. Albans Cily 93 84 23 61 7 6 2 90 Jflcls Sweeney, St. Albans Major 179171 59109 8 7 2 9 1 l W a l l v Thompson, S.A. Major 150148 28 87 13 7 2 93 Don Ronk, Midweek Ill 88 43 74 5 8 2.98l v i r 9'' M"*' Natural Gas . . . . 219189 6 4 1 9 9 1 6 1 1 2 C Q ; ^ Hague, Natural Gas .. . 165163 24 6612 7 30o' B l n Smith. Sat. Foursome . . . . 209199 46 11C 15 7 3 06 Cuddy Thomas, His 'n Hers 277241 6 0 1 7 5 2 0 1 0 3 1 2 ' J s m f ' 5 Deelpr, His 'n Hers . 1 9 2 1 8 7 3 6 1 2 5 1 0 8 3 ' l 4 , Charles Cole, Friday Couples 209177 8 9 1 0 2 1 5 9 3 U 1 Donald Kinq, Monday Mixed 222 18° 108 1«9 10 14 ,l'l5 IM * n foiling 230 games or betler: Jimi 191174 5 5 1 1 8 1 0 1 7 i)20 Hfly:on 2-'3, Charley Powers 236, Ellis' 2 2 5 2 1 7 5 5 1 5 3 1 4 1 4 3'23 lt;r w 233, Wood.; Oxley 234, Lou Spra-l 242221 4 2 1 4 2 1 2 1 1 3 23 dlin fl 7M ' BiM Graley 237, Amos Harper) 5 54 19 33 6 5 3',9 243, Howard Codv 2«, Rick McCartney 1 165155 42 77 10 8 3 3 3 ' 2 3 1 , Roy Grose 231, and Gene Stone 246 ' 139 \4t, 42 89 7 e 33l'i Women 164139 55 ini 6 1 4 346 Bowltr League Scor» 160158 35 9813 7 3'49 Virginia I.egg, Business Girls .. 174 160 71 132 B 9 3 57 Belly Engle. Dunbar Strikettes 89 93 34 57 5 6 363 Snirle y Turner, Dunbar Strikettes 152139 69109 6 8 366 : L o u Bi * s ' Thursday Coffee 215180111141 818 3'68 Carolyn Goff, Saturday Couples . 109 92 41117 7 8 372Dolah Ramsey, Sunday Couples . 115101 49 87 5 8 37_l H ' l e n Phillips, Saturday Mixed . 157166 44 48 515 3'78 L 9 u:sfl Chapman, Sunday Mixed 59 59 18 39 4 « _ w . N i d a Richards, Fallout . 7 1 7 7 1 4 5 6 1 4 5 1 3 1 3 SSO 1 ! 0 " 5 ' p W H ' Tr 'Ol 122139 39 60 7 6 3 83 Suo ' v ""5aw, Trios . 138120 55 92 5 8 3 85 Fay( ' ' it;ln - Women's Classic 113 102 .13 t", 8 5 398 l Charlotte Crum, Women's Classic 215-574 83 73 39 4 6 1 0 9 3 00 B( ' !V Psulrv ' Columbia Gas . . 517 125119 47 69 2 1 ? 4 0 1 Marv Haber, Mixmasters 100 102 78 67 8 7 4 ,'4 Jn Cal'Me, Vcnlurolte 164)50 71146 911 40- B irb '' r ' Oden, TC Classic . 186 157 571021013 4 1 1 Charlye Jones, TC Classic 138130 57 78 315 42j I J o s n Gordon, TC Classic 148 l£2 49 4s 6 13 _'32 lMi "' y Allen. Kings-Queens 91 92 42 5 3 1 1 7 4 jji Dorothy Moore. Blvd. Friday 133 126 41 124 8 1 1 4'j.. Glenna Grim, His 'n Hers .. 6 « 6 8 T 8 5 6 8 6 4 T 1 Vsl( ' r ' e Smith, Sat. Foursomes 1« 133 75 1CS 8 8 4^7 R ° mni a Lively, r*nut 179209 5410611 7 /47 June Warhoftig, Tu«. Early Bir* 114121 45 94 3 B 4 49"Bflty Lore. Tuesday Matinee 1MH4 62 55 S 7 4 C 5 Doris Smith, East Siders 107112 37 S« 6 10 46fl S h i r l P V Harless. East Sidrrs . 12 144 40 52 4 lj 4 92 Carolyn Gibson, CnrbiD* Ladies 100127 40 5» s 10 si»! J8n *' Cregor, Carbide Ladies Jones. Vert. Strikette 587 232-4C8. 235-5981 202-542 590 i W1-587J 234^00 i 228-424 232-583 222-548 202-547 244-639 223-4121 2M-604! 234-6161 2-4-5941 212-560 1 235-650 255-5951 731-590' 224-572' I . . . 5-3: . . . 553 . . 517 .. 5111 .. 478 . . 455 . 487 449 200-502 210-547 201-531 236-592 464 508 208-588 24,'..580 J10-574! 5TO! ..4551 ?04-599J 527. 210-5041 87100 42 4 8 . . 90 BO 4« 14 2 9 570l Car '" vn Gihson, vpnt. Strikctte - ' itc, finished second Ipri0h over Chou Croute. (MOPE) 487 711-567 200-540 536 211-525: 554 '·10 ». op t , t'7^ ! Phyllis Meltnn.'r.irk ' lrrl\n~l' -- -----'^ I nrona Stacy. Friday Couples s,fl Varqaret Prn;e. Marday Mixed s'l6 by nne iWr ' r "'^ M rn j 1 . 1 "' 1 7 , 1 '' 0"me; or betfrr: .lo cindfeiter nt. Fave Perdue }io! : Charive Jo^ei 218 Jovrf Lavender 214.i and Bonnte C^rri* 227. DYNA KANAWHA VALLEY'S UNIQUE AUTOMOTIVE SPECIALTY SERVICE CENTER B U S A T W ° R K H E L P I N G ° "V T FAITH CONFIDENCE BACK .NTO AUTOMOTIVE REPAIR SERV.CE. Our Technicians and equipment are second to None! Due to this fact we can give you fast effective ice for less money. An example of this is our electronic front end alignment for only $9.95. serv- Watch Us Work On Your Car Via Closed Circuit TV! Relax and Enjoy A Cup of Coffee In Our Air Conditioned Waiting Room! For your convenience, you con watch us work on your car or watch your favorite TV program on Lolor IV while you wait. A" deportments of Dyno Automotive, Front end alignment, Tune up. Exhaust systems ond Brote work ore under the direct supervision of Jim Stover, a well know Noscor racing driver. All electronic dyna turning equipment is handled by Don Costo, on expert who is the best in the business. let the slaff of Dyno Automotive take professional care of your car's service needs. For an appointment or frro nick UP ond delivery call Rondo ct 34.3-5*81. END o BRAKE WORK, WHEEL BALANCING , EXHAUST Virginia St. W. at Ohio Avenue NOW UNDEP NEW OWNERSHIP! y

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