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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - March 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina / 2c High Point Enterprise sunday March to 1974 time out pint. Central looking for improvement Andrews going for third title Golf notebook Dick Carter promised to rapid improvements if elected president of the High Point Golf association for 1974. He was and he did. Some of the improvements involved scheduling of tournaments others were More for a show a such As tee markers with Huga painted on them and a Large a a Welcome Banner at each association sponsored event. But All of them Are designed to prove to the Public that the Huga is alive and if not completely Well / trying to recover from a Case of anaemia. The he Gay a first event of the season is next weekend a two Man 36-Hole Handicap tournament at Blair Park. Entries Are still being taken and Carter is hopeful a Large turnout will be in evidence. As an added incentive Carter has secured a set of tires to be Given away As a prize for closest to the pin on no. 12. Membership continues to be the prime concern of the Huga offices who want to rebuild the ranks to the 300-plus status it enjoyed some years ago. Dues Are $3 per year for the association and another $2 if Cha affiliation is desired. The drive is off to a Good Start with More than too already signed up Matching last years total membership. A a the go celebrity pro am always attracts a lot of interest and As usual a Large number of stars have signed to appear. Among those who will be in attendance this year Are Glen Campbell Roy Clark Archie Campbell Mclean Stevenson colonel Blake on tvs Anne Murray instrumentalist Charlie Mccoy and Demetriss Tapp. Pro am Day is set for april 3. A Wake forests always Tough Deacon Golf team is off to another Good Start one win in one Outing and it looks like another Good season. A we Are More talented at this age level or stage a coach Jesse Haddock noted. A we have players who Are capable of playing the big round but As they mature they will tend to play with More consistency. If our Spring play is like that of this past fall we re in for a Good leading the deacons is Sophomore Jay Haas from Belleville iu., the defending acc Champion. Jay is the Nephew of pro golfer Bob Goalby and was Low Amateur in the go last year. Reidsville Sophomore David Thore also figures highly in Deacon plans. And the Guy to watch May be freshman Bob Byman Eastern Amateur runner up in 1973, who hails from Boulder Colo. A a think three aces in one round of professional Golf is unusual Well it is but not As unusual As you might figure. Jack Ewing Jim Simons and Curtis Sifford each a Pettit on 60 by Carol Wilson Enterprise sports writer the 1974 baseball season appears to be a question Mark for both the Central and Andrews squads at this Point. The red raiders do return la Letterman including five starters from last season when they took their second straight conference title but find their pitching and defensive Talent pretty much untried. The Bison on the other hand return Only one starter and four other Letterman off a team that finished up 3-12 last season. Central coach Macky Carden has reason to Hope his teams record will improve however if some of the Young Talent the Bison have can be developed. A a we re a real Young team with eight sophomores on the squad a explained Carden a but we be got some real Good athletes and we look for some improvement Over last years first baseman Randy co a yesterday by Mike Jones 20 years ago Bob Boyles hit 19 for Thomasville but the a Tommie so other scoring Ace Bozo Younts was held to five As Statesville took a 56-46 win in the Western High school conference a tournament. Luke Livingston hit 16 for Statesville while Bobby Pharr now coach at Salisbury added 14.joe Leach hit 19 to Lead High Point Junior High to a 61-29 rout of Alexander Wilson Junior High in the first round of the state Junior High tourney. The High Point team fell to Hickory 56-43 in the semifinals of the 1954 All Davidson county boys squad were George Veach and Ronald Rickard of Hasty Richard Younts and Bruce Beck of Davis Townsend Hal Lackey and Cecil Hoover of Pilot Charles Surratt and Richard Sechriest of fair Grove Don Hartley of Churchland and Jerry Surratt of Denton. 15 years ago Ann Johnson of Rankin led that club to a 79-67 win Over Ledford in the Central tar Heel tournament championship. Panther Star Brenda Ragan amassed 37 Points in the losing Effort while Linda Berrier had 21.named to the All Central tar Heel tournament team were Johnson Ragan Ann Tracy of Jamestown Hannah Leonard of Ledford Dawn Lankford of Rankin and Louise Trodgon Points Black Bison fell to Salisbury 54-50, losing their Battle for second place and a crack at the state tournament. Tommy Burton had 16 and Richard Carmichael 13 in the loss. To years ago Southeast a Falcons Defeated Northwest 59-52 for the Guilford county Crown As Randy Atkins scored 16 and Randy Yunger added 13. Allen Jay finished third with a 65-58 win Over Gibsonville. Fred Meredith led the Jaybird with 23.northeast Guilford a girls took the Guilford county tournament 43-41 despite a late comeback by the underdog Jaybird. Patsy Johnson led the Allen Jay Effort with 18, and Mickie Tuttle added 12, while Betty Scott led Northwest with 15.north Davidson stayed with a taller Southeast squad through most of their District 5 contest but got blown out in the final Quarter to fall 71-48, Steve Hinkle had 17 for the knights while Robbie Roberts contributed 16. Five years ago David Beaston opened the High Point Central baseball season with a four hitter to Pace the Bison in a 7-1 trouncing of West Forsyth. Tim Caplanides Jerry Cheek and Randy Rogers each collected two hits for Weatherman led Western Guilford to a 66-53 upset of Parkwood in the District 5, 2-a tourney with 17 Jones hit for 30 Points but Andrews fell to Western Alamance 75-65 in District 5, 3-a play. The a raiders fell behind Early and could not come Back despite shooting Over 60 per cent in the second celebrated coach Charlie Gregory a birthday with a 61-54 win Over Trinity in District play. It was the tigers 23rd win of the year As they were led by 6-3 Center Gary Richardson with 23 Points. Hie is the Only Bison with starting experience while Catcher David Freeman second baseman Buck Tate and Pitcher Shannon Bethea All saw some action in the 1973 season. A a we be also got some Fine Young prospects a said Carden. A a we la be counting on two Sophomore pitchers to help out. John Davis and Robert Evers. In the infield William Washington is a senior shortstop who Hasni to played varsity before but is an outstanding athlete. Mike Williams and Johnny Suggs Are two other sophomores that Vil see action at second and the Outfield positions Are not yet settled according to Carden. A a we re a Little unsure of our outfielders right now a he commented. A none of them have played before and we re looking for someone who can catch the Ball and be a Good defensive Outfield candidates include Mike Mccullom Andy Stewart Thomas Lee Tom Proctor and Clark Gibson. A the Outfield right now might be one of our weaknesses a said Carden. A the infield is coming around pretty Well defensively. Of course the key to the whole thing is going to be the pitching. Our hitting is one of our stronger Points and if we can get some Strong pitching. And avoid the defensive lapses that hit Young teams we should do Andrews coach Hugh Gordon also feels that pitching Bison Netter. Beat Parkland the Central Tennis team got their season off to the. Best of starts Friday taking an easy 8-1 Victory Over non conference foe Parkland. The Bison lost Only one doubles match in taking the win. Winning singles for Central were Bill Utley Smith Anderson Ronnie Clinard Mike Doobrow John Mckenzie and John Probert. Clinard and Utley combined to win one double match for the Bison while Jim Cole and ted Cudd took the other doubles win. Central will Host Greensboro Grimsley tuesday. Excitement for Sale immediate automatic delivery 10 blinking lights detail the fascinating Regency Moni Toradio scanner s search for the action signals of police fire civil defense and Marine radio. And that s excitement because you hear what s happening a. While it s happening. Automatically. Its the now radio a. A come in and tune in the live sound of the City. A i age i to a a a a. Be psf ,1 it in f a i a Eno Adion radio May be the key to his squad. According to Gordon that is the main question Mark in the Raider game. A we have the potential in our pitching staff but you can to really Tell until you get into a game a said Gordon. A we have two pitchers Back from last year Rickie Brad Burry and Brett Thomas. Both saw some action. We Are going to need improvement Gordon May have doubts about his pitching but he feels the raiders will be Strong in the hitting department. A a we be been hitting the Ball real Well in practice a he said. A a we re hitting it Long and Sharp and i guess that a one of our strengths at this defensively Andrews returns two infielders and two outfielders As Well As Catcher Donnie Davis. Shane Wright and Jack Powell return in the Outfield while Roy Andrews is at third and Roy Dixon at second. A a we be also got some other boys vying for positions a said Gordon. A David Draughn at first Randy Mccaslin at where they play Bison schedule March 12wait Forsyth. Home 17wast Forsyth. Away 19 North Forsyth. Away 225.it a. Away 26dudle a. Away 29grimsle a. Home april 2pag a. Away 5andrew Saway 9andrew a. Home 11east Forsyth. Home 19dudle a. Home 23grimsle a. Away 26pag a. Home 30 Reynolds. Away May 3east Forsyth. Away 7north Forsyth. Home 105.it a. Home 14andrew a. Home Raider schedule t March 12durha 15.grimsle 19durha a. Home 22raosdal a. Home 26.west 29reidsvill a. Home april 2morehea a. Away 5william a. Home 9central Home 11cumming a. Home 17 Parkland. Away 19west Forsyth. Home 23. Reidsville. Away 26morehea a. Home 30 Williams. Away May 7cumming so a a away 10parklan a. Home 14 Central. Away shortstop Bubba Saunders in the Outfield and Ricky Marsh at second base have All looked Good in a we should be adequate defensively continued Gordon. A i think our Fielding will improve As the season goes on. Overall we think we re fair to Good in All areas except hitting which is above the raiders have set the conference title As their goal again this year and while Gordon is unsure of the Type of Competition they will be facing in District seven he feels they will be a definite Factor in the race. A a we re pretty much an experienced team a he said. A we have 24 players on the squad and even those that Arentt starting have some kind of playing experience. We also have pretty Good Marquette wins in regional Terre haute ind. Apr Maurice Lucas poured in 18 Points and a grabbed la rebounds to Lead ninth ranked Marquette past Ohio University 85-59 saturday in the opening game of the Mcaa Mideast regional first round playoffs. Second ranked notre Dame met Ohio Valley conference co Winner Austin Peay in the second game of the nationally televised basketball doubleheader. Marquette led 37-28 at the half As Ohio refused to Wilt against constant pressure. But the warriors outscored the mid american conference Champion bobcats 22-9 to take a 59-37 Lead with 12 43 remaining in the game and were never pressed in winning their 23rd game against four losses. The Victory gave Marquette a berth in thursdays Mideast regional semifinals at Tuscaloosa ala., the fourth consecutive year the warriors have advanced to that level. Freshman Maurice a a boy. Ellis and Earl Tatum each added 16 Points for Marquette while Ohio a Sophomore guard Walter Luckett scored 14 to Lead the bobcats. 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