Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 60
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 60

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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From Kelley's SANSABELTII The No-Quit-Knit Slack For The Man Of Action SANSABELT E No-Quit-Knit* Slacks by Jaymar ii Now! S a n s a b c l t II Is' ': W a s h a b l e , Too! T h i s ; J means t h a t in addition;: . to all the creat colors : : and p a t t e r n s y o u ' l l see In t h i s n e w ? »Jaymar collection, you'll cut your clean- ·: ing bills, as well. And don't forcct the:-: oilier great advantages of Saunbelt II j New, hidden, elastic waistband t h a t s trims your waist flat and keeps your A s h i r t i n . I n c r e d i b l e c o m f o r t , ? : fabulous fit. Try on a pair o f ? Sansabelt II today! % from $26. « S a n s a b e l t II o f Dacron® polyester KELLEY'S 108 West Wash. St. MEN SHOP Open Mon.'til 9 P.M. Ph. 343-9416!; Work Cut Out, Mann Believes "We have our work cut out for us early in the season," Sissonville second-year coach Forest Mann admitted. The popular Mann is banking on an off-season weight and c o n d i t i o n i n g p r o g r a m to provide some cushion for a 10- game grind without a built-in break. "Physically, we're stronger and quicker than last year," Mann said. "We have the kind of players who are not afraid to throw their bodies into a game." For instance. Mann pointed to durable Bobby Henson, a 5- foot-10, 175-pounder, who doubles as a running back and as a defender in the secondary. Others on the Sissonville squad are equally dedicated. Mann isn't blessed with the strapping physical specimens longtime coach Joe Sawyers o c c a s i o n a l l y b u i l t powerhouses around. Neither are this year's Indians puny. Sissonville showed it had a great deal of heart last year, despite a string of injuries that robbed much of its potential, by winning the close games. Mann's goal now is to close the gap on teams such as DuPont and Nitro, both of which showed,too much class in 1971. This year, Mann would be s a t i s f i e d w i t h c o n - sistency--maintaining control o f t h e b a l l i n l o n g e r stretches-which allows the defense to gain its breath. "I hope our defense can limit opponents,'' Mann said. "Offensively, we won't be the kind of a team that continually breaks off long gains." Forest Mann Second Year At Sissonville Ends David Smith and Tim Stone, both. offensively and defensively, offensive linemen David Bryan and Chuck C a v e n d e r a n d d e f e n s i v e specialist Dick Aldridge will anchor the lines. Linebackers Bob Lynch and Cavender are veteran hands at putting the hurt on opponents. Quarterback Roger Pritt will engineer the attack, with lalfbacks Dana Boggess and Henson and fullback Lynch rounding out the backfield. SISSONVILLE AT A GLANCE Coach: Forest Mann 1971 Record: 4-6 1972 Outlook: Increased physical strength and quickness may enable Sissonville to surmount the crippling injuries it sustained last year. .1972 Schedule 1971 Score Sept. 2 George Washington, home 22-20 Sept. 9 New Martinsville, home DNP Sept. 15 DuPont, away Q-32 Sept. 23 Summersville, home DNP. Sept. 29 South Charleston, away 24-22 Oct. 7 Charleston Catholic, home '.. 14-6 Oct. 13 Ripley, away .:' .8-21 Oct. 20 Nitro, away ' ^Q-27 Oct. 28 Herbert Hoover, home .0-6 Nov. 3 Poca, away 3(5.9 Per Month Winning Team at Every Game! · Conn · Selmer · Bach BAND INSTRUMENTS YOUR CHILD CAN USE A NEW CONN OR SELMER BAND $ INSTRUMENT FOR ONLY IT'S THE EASY WAY! Come in to Galperin Music Company now. The staff at Galperins has many years of musical experience. This experience qualifies them to help your child select the instrument that will make him happy. Mere's How Calperin's Trial Plan Works: (1.) Select the instrument. Both the school band director and our educational consultant will help you with the selection, if you desire. (2.) Make a small payment, SI0.00, for the first month's use of the instrument. (3.) You continue to make the same small payment, $10.00, each month as long as you wish to keep the instrument. . (4.) At the end of any month you may either: (a) Return the instrument in good condition with no further obligation, (b) Purchase the instrument by paying the balance due in full. You will receive credit for all previous payments, (c) Continue on a trial purchase basis. Your regular monthly payments apply in full towards the account. You may still return the instrument at any time with no-further obligation provided the instrument is free of damage other than normal wear and tear. 204 CAPITOL STREET MUSIC CO. CHARLESTON Sunday Gazette-Mail

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