Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 72
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September 10, 1972

Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 72

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Hardman Johnson Baker The stories appearing in this football section were written by members of the sports staffs of the Charleston Gazette and Charleston Daily Mail. The staffs include: Gazette--A.L. Hardman, executive sports editor; Fretwell Wells Easterling Smith Skip Johnson, sports editor: Bob Baker, assistant sports editor; and Bob Fretwell, Danny Wells and S.J. Easterling, staff writers. Daily Majl-·Bill Smith, sports .editor; Don. Haeer. Hager Walters Landon assistant sports editor; and Keith Walters and Chuck Landon, staff writers. Follow the progress of your favorite teams throughout the season in the Gazette and Daily Mail sports sections.. "We Care' Tirestonc VOTE FOR THIS OUTSTANDING SERVICE VALUE NOW All work done by automotive experts... Hurry in this week! FRONT DISC BRAKE RHINE 1. Install four new front brake pads 2. Repack outer front wheel bearings 3. Inspect calipers and rotors 4. Inspect rear axle brakes ALL for only Most compacts and standard size cars Rotors machined and calipers rebuilt at extra cost if needed. Tirtttont CHAMPION A full 4-ply tire AB , people s choice WHITEWALLS and OTHER SIZES ALSO AT LOW f LOW PRICES! 4 WAYS TO CHARGES 6.00.13 Blnckwdlls Plus S1.61 F.E.T. and tire off your car. FIRESTONE STORE WASHINGTON AT DICKINSON PHONE 342-4185 OKU MOM. THRU FBI. 7:30 **-6:OOPMSAT7:30A»l 5=00 P.M. FIRESTONE STORE 164~4th AVENUE MONTGOMERY, W. VA. PHONE 442-2413 OPEN MOH. THRU SAT. «40AM-5H)OP.M. TOP FLITE TIRE 101 LEE ST. EAST ACROSS FROM CIVIC CENTER PHONE 344-2326 OPEN MOM. THRU FRI. 8:00 A.M.-5:30SAT.8:«OAM.M.T(, 1:00 P.M. WW Hopes Orange Gets 'Fat'Early SYRACUSE, N.Y.-Syra- cuse had some tough raps'last Let Us Make This Year A Sensational One... We have the very late$t styles in formal wear... Sizes 4 to 52 For Immtdiate Fittinjs BRAND NEW STYLES JUST ARRIVED · Western Style Tux Jacket · Prince Grey · Adventurer in Blue and Whit* · Crushed Velvet in Red and Blue ALSO · Single-Breasted Block Tuxedos · Single Breasted White Dinner jackets · Single Breasted Tom Jones · Single Breasted Brochadei · Cut-A-Wayj · Strollers · Tails · Double Breasted Edwardians in Black, Brown White · Double Breasted Brocades in Gold, Black, Blue · Flare Pants in Black, Grey, Brown, Grey Striped Blue · Ruffled Shirts in Tan, While, Berry, Gold, Green, Blue Orchid Adams Forma 11 Wear Rentals 3ee Frank AdamsFormalWeari Specialists since 7957 114 McFarland St. .Phone 343-2 851 football season. Almost had a losing campaign, as a matter of fact. But the schedule came to a close on a happy note when the Orangemen nosed out West Virginia at Archbold Stadium in Syracuse. The Mountaineers are anxious to get another crack at the Orange--and will when they come to Mountaineer Field next Nov. 18. By that time, West Virginia hopes Syracuse is "fat" enough to give a WVU victory even more importance than it would have a year ago. And from the looks of things now, Benny Schwartzwalker's team may be as good as it was a few years ago when it was ranked near the top in all the polls. THE 1971 campaign was a bitterly disappointing one for all concerned with the S.U. program. Expectations soared l a s t year as it appeared the Orange would field its strongest squad since the nation championship club of '59. But even before the season h a d u n f o l d e d , problems began. Greg Allen came down with hepatitis the third day back. In the third quarter of t h e o p e n i n g game, A l l America Joe Ehrmann went down in a heap and was c a r r i e d f r o m the field. Neither he nor Allen played again. It was a year of complete Get More for Your Savings Dollar WITH OUR NEW "UMBRELLA PLAN I// Start your "UMBRELLA" with our 5 % % per annum $5,000 minimum one year certificate then under your "UMBRELLA you can add to your savings with other deposits of only 51,000 at a time and still get 5 % % on all your savings. Savers who open the one year certificate accounts can add another one thousand or more and receive 5% percent per annum on that one too--just so long as you do not withdraw the $5,000 "UMBRELLA", that additional one thousand will earn at the rate of a whopping 5%% per annum, --if you need money, withdraw the $1 000 and don't disturb the "UMBRELLA". Come in and ash the folks at First Federal Savings how you may t a k e advan- t a g e of the " S A V INGS UMBREtLA." "THINK FIRST WHEN MONEY MATTERS Phone:343-5505 AND LOAN ASSOCIATION 231 HALE ST. Sunday Gazette-Mail

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