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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 23, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Golf notebook a Jim Pettitte team of Jerry and Joe Piper combined talents for a three Over Par 75 saturday to take first place in Willow Creek country club s annual father son tournament. The pipers won Low Gross in the m and Over age division trailed by or Lloyd and Scott Higgins at 77 Jim and Joe Dorety teamed for Low net honors in the division winning a scorecard playoff Over Bill and Steve Spillers. The two teams deadlocked at 72. In the nine Hole Competition Lor sons 8-i3. The team of Bob and Martin Bundy posted a 4i to take Low Gross. Or. Lloyd and Brett Higgins took second with a 42. In net Competition. N c and Clark English won with a 36. Followed by Jack and Kirk Climard at 37 two More events Are on the Willow Creek Calendar this month a scotch foursome is slated the 25th. And Stag Day is the 29th. Jamestown Golf association staged a cat fight sunday at Jamestown Park with eight foursomes participating. The team of Don o Briant Ralph Wyrick. J c Finch and Phil Wood took first place with a score of Sej a under Par 65 in second place at 66 were m o York. John Seymore Garland Kinney and Mike Slover. Another Hole in one was also recorded Over the weekend at Jamestown Park. Ken Wilkens acing the l3th Hole with a seven Iron shot. The Ball hit a couple of feet behind the Hole and backed in for his first Ace Ever. It helped stake him to an 89 for the Day. Wilkens was playing in a foursome with Don Schroeder Jim Shepherd and John Snyder Twenty two teams matched skills Over the weekend in Oak hollow Golf association s member guest at the City course. The team of c l. Beck and j w Wilson won the Best Ball Competition with a a 6-Hole score of 135 Bill Hoover and Henry Weaver wrapped up second place in the championship flight with a 37 total Bud Kivett and Buster Stewart placed third at 138 in the first flight Larry Varner and Stan Kinney won first place with a i4i total followed by two teams tied at 143 the teams of Harold Hoover Chuck Hartman and Jim Neely Walter Poff shared second a second flight honors went to Murray Gerr and his son. Marty who teamed for a l49 score Wayne Mabe and Dick More took second place with a j54 total followed by Rob Poston and David Woodside at 155. Oak hollow course manager Nick Gettys is looking Tor a Little help from cart Riding golfers carts parked too close to greens and tees have been creating a damage problem so reminder lines have been painted on the cart paths to let golfers know when to keep carts on the paths. When a cart Driver reaches the first White line. The cart must remain on the path until the second line is passed Quot we have to Start enforcing keeping the carts away from the greens and tees a Gettys said Quot or else Well have to go Back to what we did last summer. Restricting the carts to the paths at All times and nobody wants to do Jackie Harris finished third in colonial country club s Harvey Rice memorial tournament Over the weekend but he would t take a first place finish for his opening round Harris off set one bogey with seven birdies for a course record 65 Over the Par 1\ layout saturday. He followed with a 73 on sunday. Charlie Welborn won the Handicap event with a 128 total his 16-Handicap whittling scores of 82 78 Joe Teague finished second at i29 with 70-73 and a 7-Handicap. Harris who plays to a four Handicap finished at 130 William Bell posted rounds of 79-78 with a 13-Handicap to take fourth place at j3i fifty players competed in the tournament Nadia stars Over russians perfection becomes routine Nadia Comanici is Frozen in air by the camera during her performance thursday on the balance beam in the women a gymnastic final. Nadia right insert it received another perfect score for her Effort the girl she replaced As the olympic Darling Olga Korbut is shown at upper left. I a Montreal a of finals kept a wary watch on the russians. The Queen watched the Princess and most of the rest of the world watched Nadia it was the Farewell performance in the xxi olympic games by the Little girl who has won the hearts of the world and 4-Yearold Nadia Comanici made it a Beauty so outstanding it even overshadowed a couple of major rows entering around the troubled russians with perhaps one billion people watching on television the Lithe Little 88-Pounder, Ponytail in place racked up her sixth and seventh perfect scores a the perfect to that before these games never had been awarded a and collected two More Gold medals. Gut of the gymnasium she remained As stoic As Ever i am not surprised. I knew if i persevered i would do the romanian schoolgirl said before leaving for a Black sea vacation with a haul of three Gold medals a women s All around balance beam uneven parallel bars a a Silver for the team and a Bronze in the floor exercise Nelli Kim of Russia who collected golds in the floor exercise and vault along with her second perfect score of the games was a Btl in More outgoing and giggly High Point i Enterprise Page 3b Friday july 23, 1976 i Haven to quite realized it she said Quot maybe tomorrow or the next Day it will come to me i m slow about these things sometimes a they evenly divided the golds in thursday night s final events in women s gymnastics. But Kornelia fender of East Germany and the american men swimmers continued to grab them All miss Ender won the women s too meter Butterfly in world record time of i of i3 then headed for the dressing room Quot i changed my suit and there i was a she said she was Back on the starting Block again and again she won in world record time. Legion Dandy dozen champs by pail Shinn asset late sports editor Asheboro High Point s a Dandy dozen still has some Heads shaking in disbelief Over its american legion baseball accomplishments this year no matter As Long As the team keeps winning there May be a whole lot of shaking going on thursday night was the latest example of what ouch a Huck Hartman has been Able to Mold from 2 High school age Ball players Post 87 wrecked Asheboro s chances at advancing in future play with an easy i0-2 Victory that makes High Point the area 3 Champion. High Point won the Best of seven series four games to two and now will face the Winner of the Charlotte hic Kory series for the Western championship that series is still in Progress with Charlotte Palmer Back at glory site holding a three to two advantage in games the next series will begin with High Point being the Home team sometime next week there Are five fewer players than allowed on the High Point roster and that is one of the things that keeps people wondering How the team keeps winning so me Imah passed Hartman in Tho stands last night and asked what would happen ii one til hts players got Hurt Quot Well. We have a lot of Guys who can play a lot of positions a was Hartman n serious reply no doubt he would have said the same thing it he had Only nine on the squad the largest crowd of the series announced paid of j,-165 turned out on yet another muggy evening to try to keep Asheboro alive but five runs by High Point in the first inning did Moi Tai damage Steve Myers who had pitched 12 innings in the same Park on monday night. Went in distance giving up Only foul hits he struck out six and walked one after we scored the five you kind of forgot about the Job Myers Hartman noted but he pitched Well he did t have a Good curve Ball and the one Glt of one he did throw got hit out of the Paik a but after coming Back like he did on the third Day. I think he deserves Hartman was also frankly somewhat surprised at the Success of his club so far. We got super performances from our pitching in All but erne game a he said. And when you do that you will be in most series i think our pitching can stay with most the offence was clicking again against a weary Asheboro staff despite Terry Thompson s Homer in the sixth that scored the Only Home team runs. High Point did most of the pecking batting around in the first did the Job starter Chub Little could last Only two outs in that Frame before Thompson came in to pitch until the seventh for one of the few times in the playoffs Lead off Man Greg Mebane was t a Factor on the bases but All the other regulars either got a hit or scored Johnny Suggs delivered a two run triple to Cap the first Asheboro contributed to its downfall with strange Fielding letting in runs in the fifth sixth and seventh getting our bats going has been a plus for us All around it picks the players up in the Field Quot Hartman added a we were hitting Good coming into the series but Asheboro stifled our bats the first three games pretty Good then we added that to our pitching and kept going i think our team deserves a Little rest so i Don t care if the next series starts on tuesday or wednesday. Everybody is enjoying themselves right now Quot almost everybody the overflow Asheboro crowd had the steam taken out of it after the first inning and Little trouble developed in the final game Asheboro coach Darrell Rich was just Down a they beat us and outplayed us All the Way and we congratulate he said publicly but privately he was burning at some Calls he thought his team never got in the series Asheboro went past this Point last year but now it s High Point s turn High i Atn a Joo of 300 10 a 4 too 002 too a j 4 $ v and William Umi Tom Pic 11 la a he v in t a Lettig Thor port Burt Smith scored a Hole in one recently at Sandy Ridge Golf club. Drilling a 4-Iron shot into the cup on the i72-Yard no. 3 Hole. It was his first Ace. And he finished with a 75 Smith was playing in a foursome with Bobby Alsobrooks. Ernie George and Bill Chandler All Are from Greensboro. . Thrower an angry yank set of people with new concepts and fresh the entire american sports system is archaic and too attuned to professional Spectator sports he added a i outgrew the system in High school a i knew More than my he also said Quot television in the olympics is superficial and ignorant. All they Are interested in is catching Olga Korbut in a pratfalls or doing other things just to make Money. They Are not interested in educating the audience a a fall the sports federations Are reactionary. They re Only concerned about maintaining their position of control a it was ridiculous for the african nations to pull out of the games just because new zealand was playing Rugby in see . Thrower on so Montreal a Mac Wilkins is a towering bearded discus thrower in Pursuit of an olympic Gold medal and he is the angriest yank in the olympic Village a i would like to see East tier Many win All the medals a maybe that would shake up our people a bit a he said i hate Dalliance and inefficiency it irks me to see potential wasted the 6-foot-4 University of Oregon graduate who has a toss of 232 feet 6 inches pending for a world record checked into the . Headquarters thursday after six Days of private training with teammate Al Feuerbach in three Rivers Quebec he immediately started dropping bombshells the us. Olympic committee is a Quot joke a he said a laughed at by the Ioc and other countries and should be replaced by a whole new Windsor. Ont a it was i955 when a Young Golf pro named Arnold Palmer tackled the Weston Golf and country club course at Toronto and wound up with the Canadian open Golf championship his first tournament Victory he Lias since won 60 other tournaments and has became a legend some of the legend perhaps has worn off in recent years As palmers game slipped and winning became a thing of the past hut today Palmer is out to try to recoup some of Ilia glory As he takes on the Essex Golf and country club course As a lust round runner up in tile 67th Canadian open Palmer sinking a pair of a Hoot Birdie putts on the last two holes fired a four under Par 66 thursday to pull within a stroke of the Lead owned by Little known George Burns Burns 1973 Canadian Amateur Champion who has been on the so tour for less than a year had five birdies and no bogies to tie the Essex competitive course record Jerry heard who was six under at the final tee. Dou be bog led the last Hole to Diop into a tie with Palmer Tor second in the $200,000 tournament Jack Nicklaus was right on their heals with a 67 along with area favorite Mike Hill of Jackson. Mich. Buddy Altin Dick Crawford and Bobby Wadkins a it would mean a great Deal for Many Palmer said when asked what a Triumph could mean at this Point in his career a the Canadian open was my first tour win to win Aga i see Palmer on 4b russians better Cage team than 72 Smith Mont heal a can the United states basketball team beat the soviet Union my regain the olympic Crown it wore until 1972�?T�?T coach Dean Smith said he a not sure a the russians Are a tar better team than they were in 1972 they Haven been beaten in a world championship since 1968 they have most of the same players Back who won in 1972. And they be been playing together for tour More Smith said the russians have changed from a pattern team to a running team they be become More americanized the russians have looked awesome in running away from three foes in the preliminary round of the olympic tournament Smith has t let his players watch them do it he said he Hustles them out of the Arena alter every game they play and forbids them to watch the other teams games on television that Rule was put in after some of the players watched puerto Hico lose badly to Workman up in or. Golf Jamie Workman of High Point is leading the Meadow Lake Junior Golf tournament after two Days with a 152 score John Mckinnon of Thomasville is second at 154 and Todd Veach of Winston Salem third at 155 Twenty five players Are entered in the three Day event which is for All area players Between 13-18 Yugoslavia earlier this week the next Day. They were almost upset by the puerto Picans the close Call arid a second Tough game with Yugoslavia have chastened hts players a bit Smith said a i think die players realize How Good the International teams Are they re confident. But they know they have to be at their Best to smashers win net play robbers tie the men s summer league of the High Point Tennis association is in the third week of six weeks of play in the second session the smashers Lead in standings with a 3-0 record. The fibbers Are second at a pm drop shots Are tied there overheads bring up the rear at 0-3 in thursday s action lob Liers and drop shots tied at three Fisher i Defeated Spaugh 0-5, 5-1, 5-0, Moreland Dpi Defeated Rich 5-4. 5-3 Taylor it Dsa Defeated Haworth 5 2. 5-3. Wade l Defeated Wagner 2-5. 5-i. 5-0 Errico Jordan Ltd it Defeated Muier Galloway 5-2,5-3, and Boles Howell ds1 Defeated Mcfadyer Matheny 1-5. 5-4, 5-2 smashers Defeated overheads 4-2 yesterday the results were Clark its Over Hoover 5-1, 5-2, Schadt o Over Matheny 5-4. 5-2. Rule of Over Summerville 5-0, 5-0 Cramers Over Melcoch 5-2, 5-3, Saunders Hanser its it Over whited Mes 5 2. 5-4 and Godwin Taylor s Over Schenk liar Well 5-2, 5-3. Both the russians and the americans have earned spots in the semifinals if they can win there they will meet next tuesday for the title the russians present some Tough problems for the americans one is their sophisticated Quot match up zone defense which combines some of the aspects of both the Man to Man and the zone playing against it requires i see russians on 5bi 1 59 26 in the 200 meter freestyle the triumphs came Only 25 minutes apart and gave her four golds and the amazing East germans victories in All but one of the women s swimming events held Brian Goodell a 17-year-old from Mission Veijo. Calif. And an american relay team also set world records in winning in the 400 meter freestyle and the 400 meter Medley relay remaining unbeaten in these games the american men now have won All nine swimming events competed set world records in eight of them collected six More Silver medals and three Bronze. Overall the United states now has a leading collection of i3 Gold i0 Silver and five Bronze Russia is next with 912-7 East Germany has 9-7-6 and Romania primarily on the verve and fire and Grace of Nadia has 3-2-2 the russians who already have had a modern Pentathlon competitor kicked out of the games for cheating swept the medals in individual Saber but continue to be embroiled in controversy Tom Gompf. Manager of the american diving team said by had been approached by russians earlier this year who proposed a Deal to him through which the soviets would have received judges voting support for their female springboard diver Irina Kalinina in Exchange for a Promise to have russian judges Back Phil Boggs of the United states in the men s event Gompf said the russians came to him because he had been a judge in the 1972 olympic games in Munich he said he made it Clear the Deal was not accepted Gompf later said he was misquoted but the associated press stuck by its report and said it refrained at comp s request from naming the russians involved the International swimming federation governing body for olympic aquatic events said its members feel further explanations must be made by the individual who made the statement because the information is insufficient at this time and it added Quot the Bureau has set up checks on their judges to guard against prejudicial judging a the swimming federation. Through its president or Harold Henning earlier in the Day had threatened disciplinary action against the russians who wanted to pull out their water Polo team because it had no Chance to win the Gold medal or Henning called it poor the russians later changed their minds and decided i see Nadia on so Montreal api olympic medal handing through thursday a com Peiton user e de Many Romania w Germany Japan Poland Canada bulgar i a Ort b Ltd Italy Hungary pfc the ind Clee to of Enmark prance Portugal Belgium ran Austria Australia a id sit Bro Tat note duplicate medals awarded some event i. Buy i get one at a Price super Quality. Super dial he relay team 4h Columbia so the High Point swim club s 400 meter relay team finished in the fourth position thursday in the Region three senior division finals which qualifies them for the National Junior olympics in Memphis Tenn aug 22-24 the 400 meter relay team consisted of Jay Flynn Allan Post Mark Lovette and Dick Cotta in in the men s 200 meter individual Medley Dick cot Tam of High Point finished in the eighth position Allan Post finished fourth in the Consolation race Jay Flynn captured tile seventh position i the too meter backstroke. Mark Lovette finished in the sixth position in the men s too meter Butterfly the High Point swim team s women finished seventh in the women a 400 meter Medley relay. The team included Carol Shacklett. Penny meet non Martha Overman and Michell Feroe p a in one it of these Blank 45 minute 8 track cartridges now at the regular Price get a second of half price1 a the Mas. 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