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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - February 20, 1972, High Point, North Carolina In High Point Enterprise sunday february 20, 1972 swimmers All Star banquet set the North Carolina aau All Star banquet will be held at fort Bragg feb. 26, this is a yearly event and All stars in every sport affiliated with the North Carolina aau Are honoured. The principle speaker will be attorney general Robert Morgan. Other guests will be the commanding generals of fort Bragg Pope air Force base and the 82nd airborne division. The follow ing 25 members of the High Point swim team had times in the top five to make them candidates for the All stars Missy Bencini Susan Bland Julie Bulla. Mary Beth Creede Mary Farrington. Susan Koonce Sally Ledford Anne Meredith Molly Millis Christy Myatt Martha Overman trivia Waller ditty Williams Dick Cottam Robert Crowder. Jay Flynn Kelt i Flynn Mark Lovette Alan Post Danny stat . By s Waller. Steve Weatherman buddy Wilson Joi n k Wilson and Ricky Wilson. The swimmer having the fastest time for an event is automatically selected As an All Star. The remaining All stars Are selected by applying Points to positions in the composite of events a a five Points for second three Points for third two Points Tor fourth and one Point for fifth. Toe re Are 56 swimmers on the All Star team. The High Point swimmers selected for the All stars Are Keith Flynn Martha he Man Carol Shacklett Alan Post Missy Bencini Molly Millis and Robert powder. High Point s 11-12 boys Medley relay team made up of Alan Post. Jay Flynn. Dick Cottam and Mark Lovette bring quite an Honor to High Point. On the 400 Yard Medley they Are 10th in the nation. 400 meter Medley a 5th in the nation and 200 meter Medley a 5th in the nation. Illinois upsets buckeyes 64-62 Champaign ii a ii Jenois. Making Good on 34 of 46 free throws upset Ohio state s Rig to basketball leaders 64 12 saturday. The eighth ranked buckeyes linking Only 12 of 28 shots in the Battle from the foul line dropped to a 7-3 record in the hectic conference title race. Illinois is 3-5. The score was tied eight limes in the first half including 15-25 at intermission before Allan Hernyak hit four Field goals fend two tree throws in a spurt that pushed it m ahead Tiss Illinois went in front 53-52 on h pair of free throws a Jim Krelle but the Bucks. With Hor Hyak Jack Wolfe and Mark Vagar combining for six Points gained a 58-53 Edge Andrews gains league title by Paul Kutz Enterprise sports writer Reidsville Andrews red raiders Are the 1972 Central 4-a, District 5 conference champions after defeating Reidsville a rams saturday night. The final score was 73-64. It is the first time Andrews has won its conference in basketball. And Andrews coach George Force was Static. A you name it. We did shouted Force Over the throng of Andrews fans. A everybody i mean everybody did a great Job. All the Guys went in and each contributed their Force who claims he Hasni to slept or intends to sleep during Andrews conference games calmed Down Long enough to admit that the raiders Haven t done it All. Yet a the conference tournament is what it is All about a for e said. A All the teams Are going to be ready for that one. Of course i m glad we won tonight because we will play fourth seeded Morehead wednesday night while Reidsville and Cummings have to Battle it out. A Reidsville Only won by six Points both times they played Cummings and it is going to be hard Tor them to beat Cummings three times in a Row Andrews capped its season in style Center Lee Foye did a tremendous Job by Clearing the boards for 20 rebounds and hitting the bucket Lor 29 inane. It was Foye s Best Effort since the second game in the season when he scored 36 Points against Greensboro Smith. What had worried Force about the Reidsville game was the fact it was being played in Reidsville. The raiders had beaten the rams by just three Points at Andrews and the rams were Hurt by what they considered a Freak Accident when Melvin Watkins fouled out in that earlier game. Force knew Watkins was t going to oblige the raiders and tout out that Early again. Another thing is that Reidsville is the site for the league tournament next week and Force Felt that a loss could have damaged the raiders Coni Denee in themselves. Quot a win is always Good. Ami this one will really help Koree said a this should prove to the Guys that they can win Force has t been All that pleased with the fact that Andrews has t played a tournament at Home. But the raiders won in Huch a convincing Way on acids Villers own court that the site should make Little difference in the tournament results. Besides. Andrews had its Side of the gym filled with ardent fans too. The raiders asserted their Power quickly w h e ii they turned to a six Point Lead in the first period but rams Charlie Wilkerson Aud Watkins would not allow Andrews a Chance to take an easy breath. Wilkerson who averages 12 8 Points a game hit for la in the first half followed by Watkins with seven. Both players proved to be Tough on defense and showed that no Plank on their own court was unfamiliar to them. Nevertheless Andrews jumped to a nine Point Lead by intermission when Sammy Durham hit an outside jumper followed by a Layup by Glenn Bethea. Andrews got As far ahead As 14 Points when Foye made seven straight within one minute of playing time. A amp a surge too much for ecu Williamsburg a. Apr William and Mary a indians rattled off five straight Points in the last 2 17 saturday night to break a tie and take a 67-64 Southern conference basketball Victory from fast Carolina the indians had opened a 12-Point intermission margin but the pirates chipped away in the second half to tie the score before going Flat n the final two minutes when the indians Andrews snapper a 6� -60 tie. Outscoring the pirates. 7-4 the rest of the Nebr Foye it Durham Jeff t Armell sparked Thelma a Evans winners with 18 Points followed a Sham by Jerry Fisher with 15 and Sipi e Seward wit 14 Jim Fairley led fast Caro Andrews Lino with in Poms and in rebounds while Al Faber added Teta t. 14 Points. The Victory gave William and Mary an 8-15 Over ail Mark and a 5-3 league record while Reidsville a rams did not go out for the count right then or Ever for that matter. With 1 17 remaining in the game Wilkerson brought his team within four Points of the raiders after Watkins Laid the Ball in the bucket twice in Quick succession. The raiders attempted to slow Dow the bal with Sophomore Johnny Evans controlling the Point. Evans dribbled past the rams press and drove for the Layup. It was Good and the Ball game was All Over for the rams. Durham was fouled and he made both free throws Claude Washington added one More Point and Foye rounded out the night with a 15-foot jumper on the right Side just before the Buzzer. Andrews finished the regular season with a 16-6 record after winning its last eight games in a Row. The raiders have a 5-1 league record. Anthony Bolar and Wilker led the rams with 16 son Points each while Watkins finished with 13. Andrews had four players in double figures. Foyers 29 was High followed by Durham and Evans with la and Bethea s to. Rtt Chw total Reidsville Ort 5 0 to i 0 7 Bolar 12 5 29 i r n j Sii won i 0 2 Scot s i la Rehren 1 i 3 adorn too 2 i s to i 7 Toto i Ort i 0 2 Soi i 0 i 6 i 13 3 i 7 4 0 0 i 0 2 20 i 04 College scoreboard saturday College basketball results by the associated press Randolph Macon at Towson state cancelled. Snow rescheduled or Reft. 28. Oklahoma 80, Oklahoma state 73 North Carolina 99, notre Dame 74 Urcla too Washington 83 Washington my. Coll 74, ursinus 56 Lehigh 67, Delaware 66 Glenville 88, w. A. State 80 i univ of Chicago 62, Lake Forest 35 i Lenoir Rhyne at appalachian state ppd., Snow Fordham 102, Rutgers 90 j North Carolina state Frosh 13, Wake Forest Frosh 76 i Hamilton at Union postponed Snow. Ithaca Al Alfred postponed Snow. St. Peter 77, Detroit 63 Louisville 6�. Wichita state 60 Albany at Cortland n y., postponed i Snow. Alabama 79, Auburn 78 Providence 104, holy Cross 68 Washington a Jefferson 74, cast Western Reserve 65 Bethany 87, Thiel a 74 Hobar 85. St. Lawrence 75 state 84, Wake Forest 76 Lino s 44, Ohio state 62 Uso Schanne 87, Westminster 84 Purdue 92, Michigan stale it Houston 95, South Carolina is a Force 66, Portland 53 Long Beach state 86, Pacific 62 que pm ont. To Detroit Institute of technology 30 Lincoln Christian 97, Greenville 93 Indiana 86, Iowa 79 St Johns n 93, Niagara 90 Baltimore of Canisius postponed Snow Greensboro Coll 94, no Greensboro 90 Penn 71, Yale 62 Tennessee 71, Georgia 68, overtime Jersey City St. 97, Newark eng. 73 eau Claire 69, Northern Michigan is Wayne state 87, Ohio Northern 64 Centre 86, Lambuth 81 Thomas More 60, Bellarmine 55 Hiram 89 Allegheny 77 a in a in Niton 73. Pembroke St 61 Miami 96 Cleveland St 58 Slippery Rock 71, California a 63 Tri state 12, Goshen 67 Georgia Coll 77, Lander 72 w Iliam a Mary 67, East Carolina 64 Bluefield St. 115, w. A. Tech 69 Csc Man 97, George Washington 79 Kent state 75, Western Michigan 69 Alma 90, Calvin 66 Hope 89. Albion 86 Princeton 91, Brown to Pfeiffer 90, Atlantic Christian 87 Campbell 71, Elon 66 Kentucky 95, Florida 68 Florida St 108, Georgia tech 50 Kinos Pont 82, Stevens tech 69 Western Montana 104, Rocky Mountain 89 Northern Montana 102, Eastern Montana 93 a a a Campbell rally tops Elon 71-66 West captures or tourney title 17 22 14 70 -73 to it 12 22-64 andr 14 red vile 14 Jayvee game Andrews Legrande it will Powell 8. L Johnson i. T Jot Tho Hamlin 6, i slay 2, Flake 0 Robert . Virv a a Al it id to Reidsville Percell 8, Ellison 19, i in i s slip pm to til 11-12 and t-5. Jones 14. Mecan 12. Brown to Driver 2 state tops Wake 84-76 Elon College. N. C. It api a Campbell came from behind in the second period to defeat j Elon 71-66 n a basketball game a 7 saturday night. Elon held a 35-31 halftime dad but ear in in the second period the camels put together a string of eight straight Points while tile fighting christians went scoreless and Campbell retained the advantage he rest of the Way. Campbell had five Pla ors a double figures headed by Jim Waicus a if Iii and Dan Gaither with 14 As the camels ran their record to 16-9. Elon now 17-6, was led by i Jiffy Ross with 20 Points followed by hobble Heiklin with Raleigh no. Aim a Tom Burleson was held to on in 17 North Carolina state outlasted 15 Points and to rebounds. He scrap v Wake Forest to take was double and triple teamed a a a a a a a a a a a a a a a an 84-76 Atlantic coast Confer by the deacons which brought ence basketball Victory Satur foul trouble for Wake s John Day. Orenczak Early in the second state was sluggish in the first half half and was unable to pull both teams shot Over the 50 away from the determined Dea per cent Mark. State hitting for cons. The Wolf pack ended the 53 or cent and Wake for 50 per first half with a hard fought 12 cent. Point Load 40-28. The Victory lifted states the deacons made the going record to 13-8 Overall and 4-5 in rough for the Wolf pack in the the acc. Wake Forest dropped second half with guards Willie to 7.5 Overa a and 2-7 in the Griffin and Sam Jackson hit Ting from outside. For the game. Wakes Giffin and state s Joe Cafferky shared seer no honors collecting 24 Points each. State put a new wrinkle in its offence against the deacons Cafferky moved from his regular guard position to Low Post and new starter Steve Srno ral . Stat took Over the role of play maker. I tout f the Wolf pack a High scorer by Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Lexington remember Dennis the menace of comic strip Fame you know the mop topped kid who was always in someone a hair West Davidson has its own version of Dennis the menace in Dennis Snyder a lanky raw boned Forward with the shooting touch of fete Maravich. And he was in Trinity a hair All saturday night scoring 23 Points to Lead the dragons to a 70-60 Victory Over the bulldogs in the finals of the Davidson Randolph conference tournament before 3.300 fans at Ives Egton Myca. Snyder who set a West Davidson career scoring record in fridays semifinals Victory Over Eastern Randolph was voted the tournament s most valuable boys player. Two other dragons also made a 11 tournament Center Garry Hairston and guard hike Yarborough. Trinity Scarson ewings and Eastern Randolph s Harvey Brown rounded out the team. Southwest Randolph captured the girls championship breaking away rom a 15-15 halftime deficit to Down West Davidson 34-23 and earn a berth in the District tournament next week at Western Guilford. Southwest Brenda Lanier was voted girls must valuable player in the tournament. Teammate Deanna loaded was voted to the All tourney team As were West Davidson s Sharon Snider and Kathy easter and Randleman Susan Russell. The boys game was close until the last three and a half minutes of play when the dragons streaked from a 59 57 Lead to a 63-57 Edge on a 20-foot Snyder jumper from the Corner and a pair of Hairston free throws. A couple of key steals by Yarborough in the last three minutes and two missed one and one opportunities b Trinity helped turn the contest in West s favor. The bulldogs went without a Field goal the final three minutes and 37 seconds while West salted away seven free throws and a fast break Layup by Reserve guard Steve Young. Although the contest was close rom the opening tip. The bulldogs never held the Lead. The score was tied four times All in the third period and the last at 41-41 on Ricky Foster s eight foot jumper for the bulldogs with 3 54 to go. Snyder a 12-foot jumper from the Baseline with 3 33 remaining put the dragons in the Lead to stay. West forged an eight Point Lead 51-43 before the Quarter ended but the bulldogs led by ewings Steve Hurley and Foster Cut the margin to one Point 53-52, with six minutes to go in the game. That was As close As Trinity Ever came. Snyder s 23 Points led the dragons. Hairston added 18. Yarborough la and Doug Grosson ii. Foster s 16 was High for the bulldogs. Ewings banked 12, Hurley la and Gene Hutchens to. A this one really feels great a West coach Freddie Mcmahan said watching his players receive their individual awards. A a we be had so Many runner up trophies this year that winning Dis one feels very special. We weren i satisfied and i m sure Trinity want either when we both tied for the regular season championship. So this one Means a lot to a there s nothing that beats bulldog coach Gene Hiatt said a but in a proud of the Way the boys played. We made mental mistakes at very crucial tunes and that was the difference. Arid Snyder was red hot tonight. He shot As Well against Man to Nian pressure As he did Over the zone. There s not much you can do when someone s having a night like that. I m proud of the boys though and tuesday the District tournament starts a whole new season a Blue White club meets monday con rat High Blue White club will meet monday at 7 30 pm in the school cafeteria. Officers for the 1972-73 school year will be installed at the organizational meeting. Wake for a 71 stat 84 Cut or vol to or Royal 644 i of 2 Holdt 7 2 2 0 4 4 24 Burleson 5 5 7 0 o i 0 Cafferky 19 4-5 Jackie Payne o rent Hoeger Lark cd Hook Kelly totals 9 Kouts 5 nut 1 Coder 2 Dwyer croon 33 19-11 76 totals j 4 it i of out aah a Forest. 1 of j 17 2 of 3 0-0 0 0-0 c 44 16 21 84 28 48 a 76 48 44-44 Orencia state i a�?8, Forest 18 . We install Alcoa maintenance free gutters and downspouts Call us about no Ruit no work no worry no scrape Alcoa gutters amp downspouts. They re the ones with the baked enamel armature finish made extra Strong to last and last Alcoa engineering and know How make them the Quality system you la wont for your Home. Coll us now for a free Home estimate. Uffman 762 n. Main St. It wry my Mumbai Tei. 882-8147 Washington s 4. Birthday a 18 of j suits values to 92 50 46.22 sport Coats values to 20.00 32.22 dress amp sport shirts values to 7.50 2.22 trousers values to 20.00 12.22 vests values to 14.00 7.22 top Coats values to 70.00 47.50 shoes values to 29.95 12.22 Canvas shoes values to 7.50 2.22 notice Toyota amp Dat Sun Gar owners we have in Stock at special prices tires to fit your car 600 x 12 600 x 13 615 x 13 560 x 15 600 x 15 White amp Black Walls wholesale tire company West led 19-15 at the end of the first period and by As much As seven Points 29-22, in the second Quarter before the bulldogs Cut it to two 31-29. At the half. West a third Quarter eight Point margin was the largest of the second half until a he dragons pulled away by As much As la. 70-59. On Jackie Hunt s two free throws with 1 03 left. West a Sharon Snier hit a pair of free throws with 2 seconds left in the second Quarter to give the dragons a 15-13 halftime Lead but Southwest clamped Down on defense in the second half holding West to two Field goals both in the fourth period i to win going away. Me Nna woo Ell led the Iii ors with nine Points and a a Mem n l inner a ded eight. Sharon Snider was High for Vest with nine. Southwest was top seeded in the girls division of the tournament. Trinity carried the no. I seeding in the boys. Both West Davidson teams were second seeded. Girls West Davidson 7 8 3 6 a 23 Southwest Randolph to 3 8 13 a 34 West Davidson 7 8 2 6 a 23 Southwest Randolph to 3 8 13�?24 West 23 Church 3, Snider 9, easter 3. Hartman 1, by Winkle 5, Pressley i Shoat sink Owens. Southwest 34� Lanier i. Scott 7. Wooden 9, Needham 4, d. Lanier 6, King hid Harpster. West Davidson Trinity boys of la 13 20 14 la 19-78 16 a 40 West 70 a Grosson to Yarborough 11, Hairston la Snyder 23, Hunt 6, Young 2, Foster Webb k. Hairston Mcdade Lanning. Trinity 60 a Hutchens to Ewing 12, roster 16, Hurley la Smith 3, spell i Coltrane. Suits and sport colds our entire Stock of famous name Brand suits reduced now during our annual do Aranco a a a Here s some of the values a finest double knit Slacks 25, or Douf Lekht 135 27 # Doublet nit 175 25 w a a you Hie k n 11 s24,s x lot $90toiioa double t

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