Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia on September 10, 1972 · Page 92
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Sunday Gazette-Mail from Charleston, West Virginia · Page 92

Charleston, West Virginia
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Sunday, September 10, 1972
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Homer Criddle Second Year At South Charleston S.C. Linemen Griddle Key 11 SEAMLESS GUTTERS Completely Installed r "·*'·"' Count-down spout in footage OTHERS CHARGE YOU EXTRA FOR ACCESSORIES IN ADDITION TO INSTALLATION WE DO NOT! ( estimating ordering A i by phone only I __*U !»8«E p| f C r Made of Beautiful White Acrylic enamel-aluminum. NEVER NEEDS MAINTENANCE. WHATSOEVER! NOW 1$ THE TIMC TO 5«VI MONITI GUTTER-TITECO. (a Div. of Alum. Bldg. Prod. Co. Inc.) 2141 MacCorkle, St. Albans, W. Vo. 'h. 727-9363 -as or NITE · BANK TERMS · Head coach Homer Criddle is hoping to build a strong r u n n i n g attack at South Charleston High School this fall and he" thinks he might have the linemen to do it with. Linemen? Yes linemen. "A running attack can only be as good as the line in front of the ball carriers," explained Criddle. "And I think we've got some pretty good linemen this year." Some of the players Criddle is expecting to open holes for the running back include Bill Potter, 6-0.180. Chuck Miller, 5-9, 210; Tim Kinder, 5-9,180, and Craig Billiard, 5-10, 155. "I don't care how good, the backs are, they can't go anywhere if you don't have a strong line," said Criddle. "and that's what we've been working on." We've got some aggressive blockers." Last year, the Black Eagles concentrated more on passing mainly due to the strong arm of quarterback Randy Paulev. "SINCE PAULEY is gone, we'll change a few things around,".said Criddle. Criddle is counting on junior Phil Ruddle as the Black E a g l e s ' n u m b e r o n e quarterback. "Ruddle is a good ball handler and passer," said Criddle "He's pretty well rounded." Criddle Is counting on building the Black Eagles' STENORETTE; LOWEST-PRICED DICTATING/TRANSCRIBING SYSTEM AVAILABLE. The new, portable, cordless Stenorette Versatile^ Mark VIII dictator/recorder. So small it fits into your briefcase or pocket. | Use it anywhere. On a plane, in your car, at home after hours. Get your ideas down immediately, before they're forgotten forever. Then, at your convenience, your secretary snaps the compatible 45-minute cassette into her Stenorette Together, the Versatile Mark VIII and the Versatile V comprise the most compact, most economical dictating/transcribing system available anywhere. See them now and ask for a free demonstration. Versatile Mark VI11 JQAQff Versatile V J nAM LAIRD OFFICE EQUIPMENT Atlas Bldg. Quarrier St. Ph. 346-5353 36F Lineman Miller Frames Coach Criddle. Bill Miller running attack around Bill Miller, the lone returnee in t h e S o u t h C h a r l e s t o n backfield from last year's team. "Miller should be one of the top running prospects in the county," said Criddle. Other players who are expected to see duty in the South Charleston backfield include fullback Kim Dolin, 5-7, 165, and Jeff Beverly, 5-10,160 and halfbacks Roy Ruddle, 59,155, Mark Conover, 5-9,145, and. Larry Roberts, 5-10, 160. Heading up the defense are Potter, Milliard, Jim Kidd, Chuck Miller, Carl Paul, John Polcari, Tim Kinder and Larry Parsons. "We're not very big, but I'm loping we'll be mean enough to make up for it," said Criddle. Only two South Charleston players weigh more than 200 rounds including Chuck Miller jnd sophomore Tim Snead, joth 210-pounders. Safely Only Score On Sept. 12, 1947-25 years ago--an East Bank football layer named Jim Hix tackled he Oak Hill punter in the end wne for a second quarter afety. It was the only score of East Bank's 2-0 victory. SOUTH CHARLESTON AT A GLANCE Coach: Homer Criddle 1971 Record: 5-4-1 1972 Outlook: The success of the Black Eagles apparently will depend on how well the team's offense conies around. Since that is where the team lost most through graduation. The Eagles should be strong on defense. 1972 Schedule _ t 1971 Score Sept. 8 DuPont, home 14.45 Sept. 15 Hurricane, home [[[[ '.16-12 Sept. 22 George Washington, away .'" '30-26 Sept. 29 Sissonville, home ] ^22-24 Oct. 6 Stonewall, away ', [' ^14.43 Oct. 13 Hoover, home." 13-0 Oct. 20 St. Albans, home .'"'.' .'12.44 Oct. 27 Catholic, away '.'.'.'.'. .14-0 Nov. 3 Nitro, home [ .12-28 Nov. 11 Dunbar, away '.'.'.'.'.'. .28-2$ JOIN THE W TODAY! Many athletes use the Y facilities for both on and off season training and physical fittness. You, too, | can go in training! Get your individual or family membership now! Start your fitness program and have fun, too! JOIN NOW-CALL 344-3437 Sunday Gazette Matt

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