Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on August 24, 1975 · Page 90
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 90

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, August 24, 1975
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--August24,1975 Suudtn- ·tt^itU-ClKttMB* MUM HM4 fi/ BULLDOGS Dunbar's veteran forward include for 1975, from left: 6-3, 260-pound Bob Buchanan, 5-11. 190-pound David Petts and 5-10, 160-pound David Gibson. J Dunbar Hit By Injuries; Line Shows Depth, Size STANDARD CONSTRUCTION CO. NBNLATMHI COtSBtVES «KY · SAVES MONEY IS YOUR NOME SWEATY-MAFTY-COU? · RESIDENTIAL · COMMERCIAL · INDUSTRIAL INSULATION FOt AIR COMITIONHK HEATING DEALER FOR U. S. FIBER PRODUCTS APPLICATION INSTALLATION BLOWN-IN INSULATION WORK Don't let the energy crisis put you out in the cold. Insulate now while you con save. Standard Construction Company can probably cut your fuel bill in half. Fire resistant, moisture resistant--eliminates sounds noises by 51 % ADD TO YOUR PRESENT INSULATION AND SAVE MORE. C « 1LUSF « FREE ESTIMATE 925-9282 5619 MatCORKLE AVENUE SOUTH EAST It's already been a long season for Delmar Good. And. his Dunbar Bulldogs don't open their season for 12 more days! "We've already been bitten by the inju- · ry bug." Good, beginning his 19th sea; said. "Even before the season started we had three guys out and one of them won't be back." ; First, regular offensive guard and place-.kicker David Gibson caught an elbow in the eye. while playing basketball. Next Nick Johnson, who lettered at half- Jback and linebacker as a sophomore, was · hit in the eye with a rock. For a while doc- i tors thought he might lose the eye. .',Then came the crowning blow. Tom 6-3. 260 pounds, while 'little' brother Greg, a junior, goes 6-3, 240. Blending in with the Buchanans will be guards Bob Hickman and Gibson and center David Petts. Jerry Mallett returns at his end position. Providing depth for the front line will be returning lettermen Danny Cavender, Harry Pickering and Steve Casio. Sophomores Gary Gist and Rick Bernard are expected to help out, too. . The question mark offensively and defensively, however, is in the backfields. "We're short in number and experience when it comes to the backfield," Good said. "I'll tell you right now, those sopho- · Lamb, a two-year regular at offensive tac- more backs are going to be playing for us. ·ikle and defensive guard, tore up a knee in ^a"wrestling tournament. The damage · didn't heal effectively and Lamb is lost for ,' the season. · "Luckily we got Gibson and Johnson "back." Good said. "But 1 sure do hate to .lose Lamb. I was depending on him." Fortunately, the injury occurred -i where Dunbar has depth. ' "Our strength this season will be our ·- lines." Good said. "We've got pretty good!. sized boys there and we have some depth, ; too." ·· Leading the way are the big, big Buch'" anan brothers. Bob. a senior, stands in a* They need experience, but we don't have anyone else." Leading a talented group of sophomores--"The best group we've had for a while," says Good-are backfield performers Brian McGill. Mark Mason, Rick Messer and Timmy Cowan. They join holdovers Mike Greenhowe, Nick Johnson and Donnie Garrett in the offensive backfield. Garrett, junior Rodney Pruden and Cowan will be the quarterbacks. "We can put a line in there," Good said. "We can even substitute without hurting ourselves there. But the backfield. . .well, we don't even have enough to start with, much less substitute." fr Bulldogs Dunbar DELMAR GOOD 19th Year: 97-71-13 1974: 3-7 in 1975 SCHEDULE Date -- Opponent ('74 Score) Site Sept. 5 - Hoover (0-8) Home 12 - Pt. Pleasant (dnp).... Away 19 - Hurricane (6-13) Home 26 -- St. Albans (13-17)...Home Oct. 4 - Sissonville (20-12) Away 10 - G. Washington (8-20).Home 18- Nitro(0-7) Away 24- DuPont (20-6) Away 31 - Barboursville (7-27)...Home Nov. 8 - South Chas. (13-12) ....Away- Home games 8 p.m. RETURNING REGULARS 'Pliytr Pos. Yr. '·Bob Buchanan T Sr 'Greg Buchanan T Jr 'Donnie Garretl 2 Sr 'David Gibson G-K Sr 'Bob Hickman G Sr yerry Mailed E Sr 'David Pells C-Lb Sr ·.bill Wilkinson DG Sr Other Ltnirm*n .Pliy«r Poj. Yr: -.Steve Casto G Sr ·.Danny Cavender G Sr ·Mike Greenhowe RB Sr .Nick Johnson R3-LB Jr :Harry Pickering T Sr Top Prosipects ·Playtr Pos Yr. ·.Rick Bernard C So .Timmy Cowan QB So Gary Gist T So Tim Lmkenauger E So Mark Mason RB So :flrian McGill RB So Rick Messer RB So HI. 6-3 6-3 t-e 5-10 5-10 6-2 5-11 5-10 Ht. 5-11 5-10 5-10 5-10 5-11 Ht. 6-0 6-1 5-10 5-9 5-10 5-11 5-10 wt. 260 240 MO 160 155 200 190 190 Wt. 190 185 150 155 165 Wt. 195 150 205 145 165 165 .155 HEIGHT SENIORS Ravenswood Rebuilding -1 COACH: Fred T a y l o r ( 1 0 t h y e a r . '10" First published in 1969 and continuously revised since. 1600 Pages-135,000 Entries Large, Readable Type 4,000 Illustrations and Maps Clear Definitions Thousands of New Words. Thi American Heritage Dictionary of Ihe English Language is c completely new dictionary--new in content, new in format, new in wealth of information it offers. It presents not only words and theii · meanings but also extensive notes on how to use them. These illuminating notes are prepared with Ihe assistance' of a select panel of more than a hundred of America's most notable wrilers, editors and public speakers. ROSE CITY PRESS 1974 RECORD: lr1 -. TOP RETURNEES: Bryan Canterbury ;-(C-LB. Sr.. 5-10.205). Gary Blair (DHB-E. V-'Sr.. 6-0.170). Greg Davis (LB-G. Sr.. 5-10. ·Q75). Mark Gorman (T. Jr.. 6-0.194). Mark ^··Adkins (T. .Sr.. 5-11. 200). Jeff Stafanov IjFB. Sr.. 6-1. 190). Bob Searls (LB. Jr.. ··-6-0. 210). Mark Holley (QB. Jr.. 6-4. 165). : ~ TOP NEWCOMERS: Greg Keffer (HB. -1JR.. 5-8. 175). John McCoy (LB. Jr.. 6-0. ;-':180). James Morgan (HB. Jr.. 6-0. 170). ·^Bob Snyder (G. Jr.. 6-0. 170). / : OUTLOOK: After a most successful ^1974 campaign. Coach Fred Taylor finds - his team in a rebuilding year. The Red '/Devils were 10-1 last year, losing only to ; eventual state Class AAA champion Slone- · wall Jackson in the playoff semifinals. » "I feel with experience we could end up 1 a decent team." said Taylor. "Our defense ^should be the bright spot, and on offense f we'll throw the ball more. We have only I .eight seniors on the squad, but do have an ". 'excellent group of juniors." Only one of; fensive regular returns (Bryan Canter-.bury) and four on defense (Canterbury. ''Greg Davis. Mark Gorman and Gary ·Blair). '.. Ravenswood. a triple-A school for only ' t h e second year, is looking for a 10th * game. The Devils have open dates on Sept. 15 and 26. RAVENSWOOD ivq y, Poca, A , Sent 11 Hurricane. A.; 19. Warren Local. Olio. H; Oct. 3, Clarksburg Liberty, H 10, Seen- "cer. H. 17. Magnolia N«* MarSinsville, H; V. Poini oioatra! 4 .ii" RiQiev, A, Nov 7, Sissonville. H. 8 Coaches Win 100 l" Eight coaches have won 100 football -- games at Kanawha County high schools: *, Joe Sawyers. Sissonville. 154. Harry '. Douglas. DuPonL 127. Mickey McDade. 1 Catholic. 126: Sam J/eRose. St. Albans. ^ 124. Rocco Gorman. Charleston. 118: Paul '· (Pop) Workman. Clendenin. Ill: Roy Wil- · liams. East Bank. IK. and Frank Vincrnt. Clendenin and Charleston. 100. f C 813 VIRGINIA STREET E PHONE 3 4 3 - 5 1 3 5 LOOK TO MURPHYS FOR VALUES Quaker State Havoline Valvoline or Multi-G 60 with purchase of Maxi oil filter at reg. price. $3.07 Quart Each I-WAX PASTE KIT CHOICE HARMONY FLOOR MATS Sprinl No Buff Wax IB Ozs 2.17 YOUR W Y N N S CARBURETOR CLEANER ROADPACER HEAVY DUTY MUFFLER 15 8 ! 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