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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - July 30, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Pc High Point Enterprise sunday july 30, 1972 time out Sil him Pettit chiefs dump giants a a Hwy a a of Quot a or re Quot a or 7 f win a a i a go Jim it was just like old times. The tube lit up with the usual Brand of commercials that characterize the sweaty arts. There was the usual drone of meaningless statistics. And there was Good of obnoxious Howard Conseil. The heat outside the apartment cried otherwise but the television decreed the opening of the football season Friday night that is. If you done to count the coaches All America game which was played several Days earlier and with it come the Joys and agonies of americans True National pastime. Still ahead of me is that magnificent moment on some fall morning when there la be that certain crispness in the air that literally screams a football a still ahead of me Are those less than ecstatic moments when my wife will slip on my old football shoes. Dig in at the television set and dare me to try and turn it to another game. Football season is an exotic mixture of sights sounds and feelings. No two games Are Ever alike. Each has its own Aerial atmosphere. Some of the games will be unforgettable like last year s Nebraska Oklahoma thriller. Others will be very forgettable like. I forgot. Rut each will have a certain flavor to it. When the pros and collegians clash in the annual All Star game it signals the beginning. With it comes a solid month of Reading ratings magazines assimilating information on personnel systems and schedules. And i love every minute of it. The High schools Aren t far behind when that first football flies at Soldier s Field in Chicago. Light Ratiee gets under Way the second week in August with Contact work beginning on the 15th. Prior to that Many of the North Carolina coaches will be attending the annual coaches clinic at Greensboro highlighted by the East West basketball and football All Star games. The Cage contest is slated for tuesday night at the Greensboro coliseum and the football game will be played thursday at Greensboro High stadium. A third prep All Star game is also slated this week the annual boys Home game saturday at Greenville better known As the North South game. As usual a Large contingent of local players will be making appearances in these contests wrapping up their prep careers before going on to colleges throughout the country. The North South game features the largest number of area Grinders nine and also one head coach High Point centrals Roy Boyles will direct the North squad which is hoping to avenge last years 21-7 defeat at the hands of the South. The North leads the series six games to three. Area Grinders playing at Greenville Are High Point Central fullback John Barker and tackle Joe Bagman Trinity bark Ricky Foster Randleman halfback grog Foxx High Point Andrews defensive Back Ron Johnson Thomasville quarterback Alan Richardson and tackle Ray Hawkins Allen Jay end Norman Kennedy and Lexington quarterback Jerry Partee. Almost overlooked in the emphasis on football though is the fart that the North South features an All Star cheer leading squad too. Four area girls Are on the North squad. They Are High Point Central s Ann Harris Central Davidson a Jenifer King High Point Andrews Linda Sears and Allen Jay s Vicki Lynn Whittington. Of course the West games Aren t exactly lacking in Talent with the likes of High Point centrals James Betterson Andrews Herbert Cole. Thomasville. Ricky aughtry and Southern Guilford a Dale Dolezal appearing in the football game. Andrews Lee Foye. Headed to Wake Forest on a Cage Grant should be in the basketball spotlight quite a bit. The East West football game also features a couple of local coaches although one will be on one Side of the Field and the other will be across the turf. Richard Kemp formerly of Elizabeth City will direct the East but Kemp is now head coach at Ragsdale. Southern Guilford coach c. K. Siler is an assistant on the wet squad. Coach and player alike they re All Good. They be there if they weren t. Canton Ohio a Kansas City backup quarterback Mike Ivingston ran 39 Yards for one touchdown and passed for another saturday rallying die sputtering chiefs to a 23-17 Victory Over the new York glints in the annual pro football Hall of Fame game first of the regular National football league exhibition contests Livingston a fourth year Man from Southern methodist replaced regular i on Dawson late in the second half and sparked the chiefs from a 10-6 halftime deficit. Soccer style kicking Jan Stenerud who missed a Field goal that would have give on Kansas City a playoff Victory Over Miami last year in the longest game in pro history converted All thee of his Field goal ones. goals were 37, 13 an. La Yards in the nationally televised game played in Coni overcast weather before 19,302 in Fawcett stadium. The game was part of the Hall of Fame enshrinement ceremonies. Earlier in the Day Lamar Hunt Ollie Matson. A irk a Trice i and ence Chicago a Pat Sulli Are Barker were inducted Van Heisman trophy win into the adjoining shrine. Ner from Auburn was named Livingston picked up Hie saturday most valuable player for the College All stars in fridays 39th renewal of the mid a Ummer football classic at sol Field ready at Pocono chiefs old Podolak drives for five Yards in Hall of Fame am Victory Over giants Pat Sullivan is voted All Star game s my a Wirf Rholo chief after Dawson a native of nearby Alliance Ohio failed chiefs a de Dawson a native i of nearby Alliance Ohio failed to move them in the first 28 City a Only scoring behind Dawson were two Stenerud Field goals for a 6-9 Lead. Livingston gained More Yards an his scoring keeper play than he rubbed for during the entire 1971 season. His burst shot Kansas City ahead to stay 13-lf Lite in the third Quarter. Running Back Wendell have took a seven Yard pass from Livingston that jumped the c chiefs into a 20-10 Lead Early in the final period. Tanglewood play reset Dier Field. Sullivan a quarterback drafted by the Atlanta Falcons was the overwhelming pick of sportswriters and broadcasters who reported the game won handily by the super Rowl Champion Dallas cowboys 20-7. It was Sullivan a last Quarter performance pitching the stars on an to Yard drive that recited in their Only score that won him my honors captured last year by Richie Harris a defensive lineman from Grambling who Plard with Philadelphia of the nil in 1971. Sullivan was held out of a game he completed five of lion the first three quarters Asel hand moved f Boh Devaney the Nebraska coach who guided the to Byard line where a Hose to go with his of n Quad Houston a Bob new House Terback ferry Tagge. Cracked Over for the touch when Sullivan entered the Down. Pat Sulli Van voted games Best Newhouse a Swift Stocky Back from Houston who was drafted by the cowboys and Tom Myers a rugged defensive Hack from Syracuse picked by new Orleans followed Sullivan in the my balloting. Tommy Casanova of Psi a defensive Back John Mendenhall of Grambling a defensive tackle Mike Siam of Villa Nova a wide receiver and Nebraska Stagge also received votes. The cowboys upped the professionals margin in the series to 28 9-2 in capturing the a Fly a ninth consecutive Victory Over the collegians. The pattern of the game was established Early when Dallas throttled the All Star offence effectively after tagged a opening play Jaunt of 17 Yards. Mount Pocono a. Apr a 40-car Field that features two current champions and a three time former titleholder in the first two rows will take the Green Flag sunday for the $98,-000 Pennsylvania 500 Stock car race. Roger Mccluskey of Tucson ariz., who captured the Stock car Crown of the United states Auto club Sac three times in five years qualified a winged Plymouth for the pole position at a Lap Speed of 148.177 Miles per hour. That a about a mile an hour faster than the tracks Best previous performance by a Stock Sedan. The old Mark of 146.127 mph was held by Butch Hartman of South Zanesville Ohio. Who holds the other front Row berth beside Mccluskey. Hartman who won the inaugural Pennsylvania 500 last year and edged Mccluskey tor the Sac Stock car title drove his Dodge Charger at 147.444 mph. The third starter will be Wally Dallenbach of n. Brunswick n j., who Cut his driving Teeth in Stock cars before switching to the More powerful Indianapolis Type cars qualified Mcclus Skevo a backup Plymouth at 147.309 mph. Lurking beside Dallenbach in the second Row is three time Champion Richard Petty from the Rich National association for Stock car Auto racing a grand National circuit. Petty 35, has won More than $1.3 million in career prize Money and is the undisputed King of the stockers in the South. He qualified a Stu nosed Plymouth roadrunner at 147.292 mph but a Day later was being clocked at 148.5 mph in practice. Despite the credentials of Mccluskey and Hartman Petty was being tabbed the favorite to collect first prize Money of about $15,000. Two other Drivers were being Given a Glt a gtd Chance to can amp a trouble. Al Unser qualified a Ford in 7th starting position at 145.141 mph. Ranlo Stott Winner of the july 16 Sac 200-mile Stock car race at Michigan International Speedway put his winged Plymouth in 5th position at 146.551 mph. Mccluskey Dallenbach Caner and 9th place starter Gary Bettenhausen were among the 33 Drivers who participated in saturdays 500 mile race for Indianapolis cars. A Field of 40 cars will Start sunday. Notice change in hours White House restaurant 2409 s. Main St. Starting monday july 31st Mon. Thurs. 6 am-8 pm Fri. Amp sat. 6 am-9 pm closed sundays we re now open for breakfast at 6 am Clemmons n. C. A semifinals matches in the $25 000 Tanglewood Tennis classic were postponed because of rain 1 saturday and were rescheduled for sunday receding the ii Nav. Aba to test olympians Greensboro . Apr August 14. Greensboro on aug the . Olympic basketball 15 and Ruffalo n y. On aug. Tournament officials Caid sin team has scheduled a five City 16 Gles semifinals were scheduled exhibition tour featuring a the cougars did not Anta Start at 12 30 p m. Sunday. Kame against a squad of for flounce the opposition for the with doubles following about 2 Mer olympians and another games in los Angeles Ajuis a m. Or 2 30 pm. The final against an american Basket Ville and Buffalo. Brown said were Iet to Start at 5 p m. Bail association All Star team he was in the process of select semifinal opponents in the 1� toughen itself up for the tag the Best Aba team he could singles Are unseeded Steve games in Munich. Get together for the greens Faulk of Covington. La. Announcement of the tour Boro game. Agr tact four seeded Bob Hewitt came saturday from the Caro pm of South of Ica and third seed Lino cougars. The game against de r in Pattison of Rhode a the Aba All stars win he against Dick Stockton seeded played on the cougars Home sixth of port Washington v floor in Greensboro and the y. Ara team will be led by Cou semifinals doubles matches Gar coach Larry Brown. So end Faulk and Tan Pletcher o the tour is scheduled to Start Australia against Hewitt and on Augustio in Dayton Ohio j Pattison and Jim Mcmanus of against a team of past ohm Berkeley. Calif., and Jim of plans. That contract is to be borne of Salt Lake City against nationally televised. Other the Colombia team of Ivan to game will he in i is Angeles Lina and Jam Velasco. Ion August 12, Ifni Siville by. On Uke to really relax. I too putt All Day. $1 of every wednesday during August Arnold Palmer putting course open to am to 11 00 pm 106 w. Springdale ave. Across from roses i Vahigh Pooh to a mag wheel headquarter 2508 s. Main Check our prices on. Remington 4 pay polyester Cord White Wall tires a73-13 �?~21.05 fed. 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