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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - April 26, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Wana Bowling Roundup by Moose Clayton Independent league comeback deadlocks Aba series High Point Enterprise Friday april 26, 1974 5b by the associated press american league East w l pct. Go Dallas furniture has the Lead at 26-6. Woodmen of the orld at 211 a-1012 Are in second place and Shaver Edrick Oil at 19-13 is in third place. Dallas furniture took All team honors with a Fine 1018 High game and a ver it Good team set of 2877. Bud messers 259 was the ugh game of the night. De West had the High series of -18-236 649. Fredy Newby had a Good night with a game of 248 and a646 series. Bud Messer had a Good night with a game of 248 and a 646 series. Bud Messer had 622 and Billy Crisco 217 614. Other Good games were by Butch Brooks 237, Eddie Simpson 220, Bobby Skidmore 218, Randall bean 214 and Chuck Roberts 212. Monday Industrial patrician furniture is on top. Silver Craft furniture and Phillips Foscue Are tied at 75-41 each. Patrician furniture had 910 for the High team game and their 2515 was Good for the High team set. Garland Mannsz 236 was the High game and Richard Kennedy 571 was the High series. Two Hundred games were rolled by Milford Payne 212. Clarence Castevens 222, Richard Kennedy 221, Jim Henry 202, Floyd Bosworth 207, Bob Cecil 213, l d. Bazen 210. And Garland Manns 201 St 236 City league Carolina Container company has spread its Lead of the league by a whopping 14 Points at 93v2-381 Over Thayer Coggins inc. At 79 2-52 2. The �?o5�?� aces Are in third place with 782-53v2. Carolina Container had 1022 for the High team game and a very Fine set of 2903 and took All the team honors. Jack Rose rolled away to a Fine 266 for the High game. Red Morgan started off easy with a 203-245-218 666 for the High series of the night. Jack Rose did it All in one game 266 647. Danny Poteat had 213-222 628chuck Niles 234 618 his first six Hundred series Ever Bill Morgan 205-223 602. Other Good games were by Don royals 237, Clarence Castevens 230. John Collins 222-215, Tom Kemp 211-218, to Embler 202, Harvey French 215, David Farrington 210, David Cockran 207, a too tie Ingram 203. Howard Hunt 203, Dick Davis 204, Harold Bass 212, Bud Messer 210 and rav Comer 211. High Point classic . Electroplating is the Leader with 84 2-511 z Over All state amusement with 83-53. . Holds Down third place at 78-58. H s. Roofing rolled the High team game of 1029 while . Electroplating had the High team set with 2889. Larry Everhart had 258 for High game and Val Dabbracci had a Fine series of 246 688. Following Yogi were ten other six Hundred rollers Claude Jenkins 238 652larry Everhart 258 648,Charles Ruddock 240 636butch slate 237 632�, Charles Johns 213 623danny Linthicum 222 621quot Tootie Ingram 238 618harold Clark 257 615bill Marlowe 223 612bud Messer 226 608 and Dave Tucker 231. Men s Carolina league Lampart tables Are the leaders at 84-44. Spare parts Are in second with 80-48 and Kirby s Bunch with 75-53 Are in third place. Amos hosiery took All the team honors. High team game of 1056 and High team set with 3085 Billy Crisco took All individual honors 234 for High game and 585 for High series. Jerry Johnson had 211 583ray Comer 203 560fred Newby 209 575raymond Isom 232 583ermon Rush 221 554jim Rickert 202-203 576. Good games were rolled by Charles Ruddock 204, Bud Messer 203, Bob Chapmen had his first 500 set. 6th annual City tournament or or division the winning team in the or or division was the team by the name of Quot done to worry bout Sun composed of the following bowlers Bobby Stroud Mark Smith Ronnie Collins and Glenn Lowe. Their score was 2277. The doubles were won by Steve Mccollem and Kavir. Craven with a score of 1236. Ricky Frazier won the singles with the score of 617. The All events Champion was Glenn Lowe with a Pintail of 1776. Bantam division the winning team in the Bantam division consisted of Ralph Hubbard Amy Joyner Tammy Bowman and Ronnie Bowman. Their score was 1790 the doubles were won by Allen Newby and David Farrington or. With a score of 1044. Terry Wood won the singles with a score of 493. The All events Champion was David Farrington or. With a total Pintail of 1478 a beat the coach tournament the a beat the coach a tournament will be held at to . On april 27. There will be a banquet following this at which time the winners from the City tournament and the leagues will receive their trophies. High Point Bowling association the High Point Bowling association had its annual meeting at High Point lanes conference room with a Good attendance. A doubles event was rolled with red Morgan and his partner David Rose winning first place after which the business meeting was held. Officers for the year �?T74-75 were elected. Don royals president Ralph Carter Secretary treasurer Paul Gammons assistant Sec-treas., Gray Kanoy 1st vice president and Harry Williams 2nd vice president. The directors that were elected were Tom Prangley Marvin Emerson Butch slate Jimmy Weir Vernon Clayton Dick Davis Charles Johns and Tom Kemp past president. May 24th is the Date for the annual banquet and awards. This will be held at the Thomasville woman a club 6 30 . Tickets May be purchased from any Board member or at the desk at High Point lanes. Terre haute. Ind. Of a a that was a pretty Good trick a a said Indiana i acers coach Bobby Leonard. A it was said Utah stars coach Joe Mullaney. The differing viewpoints came after the pacers 91-89 Victory Over the stars thursday night in the sixth game of their Best of seven american basketball association Western division finals. The deciding game will be saturday night in Salt Lake City. The a a tricks a Leonard referred to is Indiana s comeback to even the series 3-3 after losing the first three matches. A i Don t know if we can come All the Way Back and win the Leonard said. Quot we will have to play a lot better Ball than we did tonight. A it would be the first time anyone in this league has been Down 3-0 and won the next four. I think it probably is the first time anyone had been Down 3-0 and come Back to even tie the a we just shot atrociously Quot Mullaney said. Quot thirty eight per cent for the game just in t like us. That a not going to happen to us Many nights. Quot i just Hope it does t happen again saturday Baltimore new York Boston Milwaukee Detroit Cleveland 9 to .600 a to 8 9 8 .563 .529 .538 .400 .313 Texas Oakland Minnesota California Chicago Kansas c West to 9 7 .625 .563 .533 .529 .400 .400 i i 12 3 a 3 it Bruins a big line cuts Loose Chicago a Boston s big line anchored by Phil Esposito finally came front and Center thursday night and the Bruins waltzed off with a 5-2 Victory Over the Chicago Black Hawks to tie their Best-of-7 semifinal Stanley cup series at two games each. Esposito and line mates Ken Hodge and Wayne Ashman All scored and the Bruins noted More for their offence protected a two goal Lead in the final period with a picket Fence defense. Quot the big line was terrific tonight a a crowed Bruin coach Bep Guidolin. The previously had t scored As a threesome in the current series. Hodge was the one who made the key goal thursday night. The Hawks had taken a 1-0 Lead on a goal by pit Martin but Boston tied it on Greg Sheppard a seventh playoff goal. Then with nine seconds left in the first period Hodge connected for a 2-1 Lead which the Bruins never relinquished. Esposito boosted the Lead to 3-1 at 10 29 of the second period and Cashman put the cover on the Victory with an empty net goal at 19 31 after Esposito had been stopped by Dick Redmond on his empty goal attempt. The series now goes to Boston for a game sunday night and returns to Chicago next tuesday night of a seventh game is needed it will be played in Boston. Montreat St. Louis Philophia Chicago new York Pittsburgh West angelesl3 la 9 10 9 6 Tennis Camp set at pc enrolment for the 1974 High Point College Tennis Camp is close to the cutoff Point according to Camp director Ray Alley. The Camp which is scheduled As three one week sessions june 9-14, june 16-21 and june 23-28. Has approximately a half dozen openings the first two sessions with a dozen spots available the third week. The Camp w hich is open to boys and girls Ages 9-18, is both a resident and Day Camp. Los instructional groups will Houston be separated into beginner. Cincinnati letter mediate and advanced san fran Levels. Atlanta additional information san Diego regarding the Tennis Camp May be obtained by contacting Alley in the athletic department at High Point College. Caraway sets season opener Asheboro a Caraway Speedway opens its 1974 season saturday night with racing events in modified late Model and limited sportsman classifications. Racing at Caraway will continue to be sanctioned by Lascar but the format has been changed to include heat races in All divisions to determine starting positions in the feature events. Time trials will still be staged but the results will be used to determine heat lineups. The first event saturday is a 75-Lap modified race which includes past or present National champions Richie Evans Jerry Cook and bugs Stevens. Lee Wall of Greensboro has been named promoter at Caraway succeeding bub Moody. 8 7 9 8 6 9 6 9 thursdays games Kansas City 6. New York i Texas 4, Boston 0 Only games scheduled fridays games Boston Wise 2-1 at Kansas City Busby 2-2n Milwaukee Colborn 0-1 at Minnesota Blyleven 2-1 Detroit Lolich 0-3 at Chicago Bahnsen 1-2n California Ryan 2-2 at Cleveland Johnson 0-2n Oakland Blue 0-2 at Baltimore Falmer 2-0n Texas Hargan 1-1 at new York Stottlemyre 3-1n saturdays games Boston at Kansas City Milwaukee at Minnesota Texas at new York California at Cleveland Detroit at Chicago n Oakland at Baltimore n National league fast w l pct. 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T-2 24. A�?1,719 braves 3, pirates 2 Pittsburgh Atlanta a r h by a r h by stennett2b 4 110 Garret 4 0 0 mebner3b 4 0 1 Rob Mensi 4010 Roii Vartab 4 0 2 0 Eva Nib 2 10 0 Stargell 4 0 0 Haaron 21 2 Popo Vichr 0 0 0 0 of lice 0 0 0 0 a Parker 4 0 0 0 Bak arct 3 i 0 Ziska 3 0 0 0 dajohnsn2b 3 0 0 0 clinic 1 0 0 0 Murrells 2 0 1 sanguine 3 0 2 0 Oatoic Traver Assi 3 0 0 0 Reed Reuss p 110 0 or Patrik pm 0 0 0 0 Bevacq apr 0 0 0 0 run Andt 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 total Pelt Breit Atlanta e to Johnson i 2 7 i total 25 3 s 3 Ooi of of i of 010 20 3 c Robinson Stargell Dpi Pittsburgh i Atlanta lob a Pittsburgh 4. Atlanta 2 2b-a Oliver Baker Hrh Aaron 5. So a Traver Sfa Murrell in h r Erbb so Reuss l.0-2 7 5 3 3 3 3 r Hernando i 00000 Reed w.4-1 9 7 2 2 2 2 to 50 a�?3,437 Rel opens new season four games Mark the opening of the 1974 Randolph county league regular season schedule saturday with two new teams appearing in the league. New Hope and Southern Pines Are new entries in the eight team Loop. Silver Valley is defending season Champion and new Market defending playoff Champion. Saturdays games All begin at 3 pm have Asheboro at Southern Pines new Hope at Bennett new Market at Capelsie and erect at Silver Valley. Want guaranteed income you can t outlive with a metropolitan fixed income annuity you can guarantee yourself retirement income of approximately 10% comprised of principal and interest from age 65 for men for As Long As you live. Even if you live to 110 an annuity is today s outstanding income bargain. And the younger you Are when you Start your program the More your an nutty builds up for you Over the years. Now is the time to get started. Take the first step today. Call a or use the Coupon below a to get your copy of an informative Booklet that explains what annuities can do for you g. I. Quot Pelt Quot Schultheiss Ciu phone 885-2014 or 885-2011 341 South Wrenn St. High Point. N c. Please Send me the Booklet a the annuity today s greatest income Hame. Address City state. Zip mall to addr6 above 44 22 4 o metropolitan life where the future is now metropolitan Ilia new York. N y. Television log Long Range report Rosy for pay to by Jay Sharbutt a television writer new York apr a private study commissioned by 35 companies including two television networks and three Cable to firms forecasts a Bright future for the struggling pay to Industry just la years from now. The report by the Stanford research Institute estimates that by 1985 pay to will be in 30 per cent of a projected 83.3 million Homes equipped with to says economist Kenneth Penchos the study a author. Although two factions the National Cable television association and the National association of broadcasters Are in a bitter struggle Over what pay to should be allowed to offer they agree on one thing. They say the report fifth in a seven part sri study on Cable tvs a future paints a far Rosier pay to picture than they anticipate. A i must say i done to think anybody really expects that Many pay to Homes in 1985,�?T�?T says Robert Resor an Nab spokesman. But he could offer no estimate of his own neither could Ralph m. Baruch head of no tax a pay Cable committee and president of Viacom inc., a to syndication firm that says it also operates to Cable to systems serving 277,000 subscribers. A i think they the sri figures Are Over optimistic Quot he said. Asked for his estimate he laughed and said Quot Well in All honesty when i put my glasses on and try to see that far ahead my vision gets clouded and in a not trying to evade your question Quot i just think the study is highly it would seem so. Although the Federal communications commission says it has no figures on pay to systems the Nita estimates there Are about 45 such systems now serving approximately 55.000 subscribers. They pay extra fees on top of the Basic monthly fee they re charged for a conventional Cable to Hookup that gives them additional commercial to channels and a limited amount of noncommercial programming there now Are about eight million conventional Cable customers by acc estimate and. By Industry estimates a total of 66.2 million . Homes equipped with one or More to sets. To grow from 55.000 pay to subscribers to nearly 25 million by 1985 appears a pipe dream of magnificent proportions but or la a Penchos contends the figure is realistic and not just a Guesstimate. Ltd in or t a Quot a it . It Quot a a a a i huh it hurl.,ii, 11 thursdays games san Francisco 8. Montreal 2 Atlanta 3. Pittsburgh 2 los Angeles i. Philadelphia 0 new York 5, san Diego 2 Only games scheduled Friday s games Chicago Keuschel 0-0 at Atlanta Morton 1-2n new Vork Seaver 0-2 at san Francisco Bryant 0-0. N Cincinnati Gullett 1-1 at St. Louis Curtis 1-2n Montreal Renkol a at los Angeles Messersmith 1-0n Philadelphia Carlton 2-0 at san Diego Kre Selben 0-0n Houston Dierker 2-0 at Pittsburgh Rooker 0-2n a 00 . 2 news weather. Sports 3 news i observing Eye 8 Abc news 8 eyewitness news Al 6 o clock news 12 news 6 30 . 2 3 news 1 zoom 8 anything you can do 8 to 12 Abc news 7 00 . 2 beat the clock Gibbs news i you the deaf 8 to truth or cons 0 to Tell the truth 12 what s my line 7 to . 2 wild world of animals i wilderness journey 1 no people 8 Lassie a wild world animals to 12 to Tell the truth 8 00 . 2 dirty Sally i Washington week 8 the Brady Bunch to to 12 wild science 8 30 . 2 Good times inc this week 4 8 $6 million Man i to girl with something 0 00 . 2 four portraits i i Hooray for Hollywood o Hee Haw o Brian Keith 12 girl with something Ochi . 8 the Odd couple 112 Hollywood squares 10 00 . 8 Tomaio it to 12 country comes Home i 1 00 . 12 ii news 8 news 0 to 12 news. Weather. Sports i too . 2 cd movie 8 Abc entertainment 40 4 141 4 12 tonight 8 30 six million Dollar Man Ysl?5r� to 9 30 the Odd couple 10 00 Toma Bilio %.m. To now 7 00 . Pm the Happy Jester o Popeye to insight 12 Arthur Smith 7cio . 2 3 Bailey a comets 8 capt. Noah o Stop. Look. Listen to Tidsville 12 circus 8 00 . 2 ii hair Bear Bunch 8 bugs Bunny 8 12 Budville to vision on 8 30 . 2 3 Sabrina 8 Yogi s gang o to 12 Adams family 8 00 la. 2 3 Scrooby Doo 8 super friends 8 to 12 emergency plus 8 30 . 8 Iii 12 Inch High 10 00 \.m. 2 3 my favorite Martian 8 Lassie s Rescue rangers 8 i la 12 Sigmund and. 10 30 . 2 3 Jeannie 8 Goober 8 to 12 Pink Panther 11 00 . 2 3 Speed buggy 8 the Brady kids 8 to 12 Star trek 11 30 . 2 3 Josie amp the pussycats 8 Mission magic 8 to Butch Cassidy 12 scrunch 12 noun 2 3 pebbles amp bamm barn 8 superstar 8 Wally s workshop 8 to jct sons 12 30 Imi. 2 3 fat Albert 8 movie to 12 go 1 00 . 2 3 children s film 8 soul train Iii wrestling 12 one step beyond 1 30 . 12 an american trip 2 00 . 2 saturday matinee 3 movie 8 wrestling 8 Fox 12 baseball 2 30 . 8 roller Derby 3 30 . 8 Golf 1 00 . 2 lbs Golf 12 other people 1 30 . 3 wrestling 5 00 . 2 survival 3 gun smoke 8 w Ide world sports 8 eyewitness report to today s health 12 other people 3 30 . 2 Aba this week 8 survival to Wilburn Bros 12 untamed world capsule views of today s evening programs 8 . 12 2 dirty Sally Pike rushes to the defense of a pretty Young card dealer who is accused of cheating but she admits she is guilty because of a desperate personal situation. 8 the Brady Bunch 8 a a Marcia gets Marcia a new Job in an ice Cream parlor gets her into problems at Home and with her boy Friend. 12 wild science Peter Falk is on camera Host narrator of an encyclopedia Britannica 12 special. An exploration in four sections a animal behaviour mind and body Flok Wisdom and the universe a of the unusual developments in science and primitive Folk cultures. 8 9 . 2-nba basketball Chicago meets Milwaukee the girl with something extra Quot a Zircon in the Sally and John arrange a Date for Jerry with an Ultra sophisticated lady then try to Groom him for the event 9 30 . The Odd couple Quot last tango in Edward Villella. Premiere Dan eur of the new York City Ballet guest stars As himself in a situation in which he Felix and Oscar become involved in a performance of Quot Swan Brian Keith Quot the pineapple or. Jamison discovers Little league coaching is a Tough task especially when a girl wants to be on the team. To . Toma convinced that a zealous prosecutor is framing a murder suspect Toma takes on the District attorneys of fice and his own department in a search for the truth 12 country comes Home Johnny Cash hosts the first network to special to originate from the newly completed grand Ole Orv House in Nashville. Tenn. Guests include Roy Acuff Bill Anderson Chet Atkins june Carter Cash Roy Clark Tennessee Ernie Ford and Kris Kristoffer son 11 30 . 8 wide world entertainment Quot in concert guests Are Loggins and Messina the Pointer Sisters Bachman Turner overdrive and Graham Central station. 12 Midnight 2 late movie a Sayonara a with Marlon Brando. An american flyer Breaks off his engagement with an affluent american girl and Falls in love with a japanese Singer

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