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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, High Point, North Carolina Xii High Points new Public Golf course at Oak hollow got off to a successful Start saturday morning by the size of the crowd but one wonders just How Well the course held up during the Busy weekend. Assistant pro Joe Swofford seems pleased with the stamina of the Young Complex. A we had close to 150 golfers saturday and around 180 sunday a said Swofford a but the course stood up pretty Well. There was a Little wearing out with the carts along the ropes but that was expected. We Hope to have cart paths soon. A i dare say we did no to hear five people say anything bad about the course and everybody just raved about the greens. Its keeping us but every Silver lining has a dark Cloud. Blair Parks course is slowly strangling due to sewer line construction on the front nine and the new course opening. A maybe 150 play out Here in a said pro Walter Poff. A and that a stretching it. Its a shame Thev had to dig up the course in the Middle of the it is a shame because Blair still has a lot to offer to golfers when it is not being dug up but sewers hold a certain amount of importance in life too. Anyway Poff says the Back nine is in pretty Good shape and although the greens could be better its All playable. A a Tim Cook of it. 5 in High Point placed first in the championship flight of the Randleman civitan tournament held last weekend at Green Valley. The tournament helps raise funds for a scholarship to a Randleman High school senior. Roger Cook also of High Point was the runner up. Other winners include first flight a Mont Gilmore second flight a Earl Wall third flight a Bobby Coleman and fourth flight a Bob pipes. Nell Routh manager of Green Valley estimates that $400-$450 was raised for the scholarship fund. It Willow Creek country club finished its annual member member tournament sunday with three teams tied for first place at 124. The teams Are the following George Stewart Clarence Hustrulid Tom English Bob Latta and Ross Caudell Ray Wesson. Upcoming tournaments at Willow Creek include a scotch foursome May 14 and a dog fight May 20. Emerywood is holding a scotch foursome club championship monday May 8. It Ieie James Kenan of Greensboro shot a bobo�?138 to take first place in the Friendly civitan open Golf tournament sunday at Longview Golf course in Guilford College. The non Handicap event was sponsored to raise Money for the boys Home at Lake acc maw a new Campus at Huntersville. . And Aid the mentally retarded and physically handicapped. Ben Hodges won the first flight while David Page. Jack a Leary and John Meriden on won the second third and fourth flights respectively. A a a it seems that holes in one Are As easy to find As a loophole in your income taxes. Art Wall a professional golfer holds the record. 38, and the last one he made was in 1967. Holes in one on the Amateur level Are even More unusual but Mike Scheperle of Lincoln University and Tim Downey of Rockhurst both had aces on the same course the same Day in College Competition monday afternoon. Kind of gives you an idea of How Golf is developing. Derby trials hold finals Louisville by. A key to the mint returned to the races and took jockey Braulio Baeza straight to the winners Circle while Phil Rubbicco got some extra and unwanted Steps out of no be Hace. Key to the mint charged to a 2-length Victory tuesday in the $22,400 Derby trial the final prep for saturdays Kentucky Derby at Churchill Downs. And behind him swerving badly in the final sixteenth of a mile came Joseph r. Strauss no be Hace Winner of five straight races including the Louisiana and Arkansas derbies. Trainer Elliott Burch said a decision on whether to Send Paul Melton key to the mint to the Derby would be reached thursday and that Mellon a head of the River fifth in the trial probably would Start in the Derby. The race was key to the mints first Victory in Only three starts As a 3-year-old and it was his first Start since being injured March 15. Trainer Homer Pardue said no be Hace reacted to the whip in a similar fashion after a Layoff once before. No be Haces last Start before the trial was april i. Pardue also said he was confident for the Derby which was expected to get c. E. Nicholas or. Neale third in the trial and will get the fourth place finisher a. E. Reinholds big Brown Bear. Draper cools Young tigers the High Point Enterprise there s Only one Way out of a trap Dick Siderowf Miosis Loose at Pinehurst a wire photo panthers Waltz by Elon 11-2 Host to Pembroke tonight by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Elon College the student baseball fans at Elon Arentt like some of those around the Carolinas conference. Unlike the ones at Pfeiffer for example who take Delight in tormenting opposing teams Elon fans Are willing to recognize excellence in the other Ball club and Are not above taking the Home team lightly to task when it contributes to the Aid and defense of the enemy. Such was the Case tuesday afternoon As High Point College and Pitcher Rick f o e i b e r waltzed by the fighting christians 11-2 to maintain their hold on first place in the league and second place ranking among the country a Small colleges. Foelber tossed a six hitter at Elon for his fourth win of the year against two losses and retired the last 17 straight batters to More than make up for a shaky Start. Meanwhile pc toyed with three Elon hurlers for i5 hits an raised its league record to 7-1 with two More conference games remaining. Now the panthers turn their attention to an 8 of clock meeting tonight at Finch Field against no conference Pembroke a team which handed the panthers one of their six season defeats. Dwight Inge an infrequent starter for the panthers will be making his third Start and trying for his third win tonight. That will leave either Bill Heg land or More probably Ron Slingerman to go against Elon on thursday night when the christians travel to Finch Field. Sammy Durham. Going to acc Andrews Durham signs Grant Andrews football Star Sammy Durham has signed a Grant in Aid to play at n. C. Central. The six foot 170-Pound senior starred for Andrews last season As a tailback and defensive halfback and was called upon to run Back kickoffs. Durham was among seven recipients of football awards for the red raiders and was named the player with the most desire. The Raider athlete has lettered three Yeats in football two of which were played at High Point Central As a quarterback lettered two years in basketball and is running the 880-Yard dash in track this year. A Durham is not Only a Well rounded athlete a said Andrews coach Bob Boswell a but he is also a Fine person. He a just a great Young Man to Boswell expects that Durham will be used in some defensive position for n. C. Central. Foelber struck out to and gave up five of his hits in the first three innings when Elon kept the right hander in enough trouble to keep action going in the Panther bullpen. But High Point scored four in the first two in the second one in the third and three in the six to turn things into a rout. The sixth was highlighted by a two run Homer by Ron Slingerman his 12th of the season and first in several games. For the game he knocked in four runs. Second baseman Bob Worthington hit safely his first three times up. Robbie Cecil and Foelber also had three hits apiece. Pc is now 24-6. Elon is 14-5 and 5-5 in the league. Panther coach Chuck Hartman praised Foelber a performance explaining that it took him the first couple of innings to get in the Groove. Lenoir Rhyne wins Golf title Salisbury a Mark Stephens of Lenoir Rhyne has won the individual title in the Carolinas conference Golf tournament shooting a final round 74 for a 36-Hole total of 146. Lenoir Rhyne won the team championship with a 601, to it Ping presbyterian by to Points in tuesdays Windup. Atlantic Christian was next at 615. John Winn of presbyterian was second in the individual race closing with a 72 for his 147 Over the Salisbury country club course Billy Potter of Atlantic Christian was next at 149, followed by buddy Roberts of presbyterian and Dwight Ledbetter of Elon who were tied at 150. A the did no to have his rhythm at first a Hartman said a and that comes from not pitching on a regular rotation. He started getting his Slider Over and had every thing going for him. One of his problems Early was that he was getting behind on the hitters and he throw what he wanted to. A once he got in the Groove he pitched a Beautiful game. A this game helped us in a couple of ways. First it is Good to have an easy game so we can play some of our other players who Haven t had much Chance to Plav. Also it was Nice to get out in front for a change. In a going to go Back to look up just How Many times we be gotten behind lately and had to come Back to Elon started Bill Schultz who had a 6-0 record a Day earlier than his turn in an Effort to set the panthers. He was pulled for a Pinch hitter after throwing two innings and facing 18 batters. Things Arentt expected to be that easy tonight against the 17-6 braves of District 29. Center fielder Paul Dunlap is leading the club in hitting with a .388 average in his Lead off spot. Right fielder Pete Preston is hitting .333. Randy Myers who shut out the panthers in the first game has been out with a pulled muscle and there is a question whether he would be Able to pitch tonight. Phil Gray who played his High school baseball at Randleman will Start at shortstop for the braves. He is considered one of the top All round shortstops in the state according to opposing coaches. Pinehurst n. C. A Tom Draper is a 58-year-old chemical Salesman from Boca Raton Fla., whose 235 pounds feature a prominent paunch. He shuffles along on a Golf course hitting Woods clubs to the Green while his Strong Young rivals use Irons. But he managed to keep the Ball in play and sink just enough putts to win a surprising number of matches from players less than half his age. He astounded Pinehurst a modest but knowledgeable galleries when he won the North and South Amateur tournament at the age of 50. Since then he has joined the senior ranks and last year he won the Urga Western and great lakes senior titles. But Tom Isnit ready to limit his play to the senior set just yet. The old boy was among 32 players who moved into North and South third round match play this morning with the winners going to a fourth round action this afternoon. Draper tamed another Young Tiger in tuesdays second round. He bounced off the ropes to win the last five holes for a i up Victory Over Tom Case or. Of Greensboro a member of the Wake Forest University team. Draper came up with a Birdie and four pars to out steady his erratic Young rival. But Wake Forest still had three Strong players in the Field a defending Champion Eddie Pearce of Temple Terrace Fla. Jim Simons of Butler pa., and loge Jackson of Roxboro. Pearce and Simons faced an afternoon match if successful in morning play. Jackson turned in tuesdays bid Surprise a 2 and i Victory Over Vinny Giles of Richmond va., last years runner up and a Walker cup Veteran who three years in a Row was second in the . Amateur. Top contenders still around included or. De Updegraff of Tucson Ariz. Dale Morey of High Point and Jim Gabriel sen of Atlanta in the upper bracket. In the lower half the chief threats included Canadian Amateur Champion Dick Siderowf of Westport Conn. Bill Harvey of Jamestown Joe Inman of Greensboro Gary Sanders of Anaheim calif., and Kurt Cox of san Antonio Tex. Second round matches were close for the most part. Seventeen of the 32 went at least 17 holes Over the 7.000-Yard no. 2 course of the Pinehurst country club. Pc track win tops season High Point Elon 4 1 i Ioos la is i tit too oooo its Folb a Schultz. K. Smith wittingly to nod Coble Foelber end lip degretto. She Pei i a a Foelber is l a to Spencer a a it topped the season off for us a High Point College track coach Bob Davidson smiled enjoying the after math of the panthers third straight Carolinas conference track championship. A it was a big exciting win a he added. A we were fortunate to go into the meet with our two injured boys a Carlvin Steed and Erie Noren a healthy again. We came through like we thought we would if everyone was High Point tallied 95 Points in the conference meet tuesday at North Rowan High school track far ahead of second place Catawba with 64 Points. Presbyterian scored 47 Points for third place followed by Atlantic Christian with 26, Elon with 23, end Guilford with 17. Steed the High individual scorer in the meet was named the outstanding performer. He swept victories in the 100-Yard dash 9.9. 220-Yard dash 22 2was on the winning 440 relay team and placed third in the Long jump. High Point swept All but one running event the 440 to dominate the meet. Gene Hiatt coach of year by Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Trinity a a like the pet milk boy it makes me Happy a Trinity coach Gene Hiatt said Early today after learning he hid been voted Davidson Randolph conference boys basketball coach of the year. Hiatt was selected by vote of the leagues coaches after his bulldogs stormed to a share of the regular season title then took District tournament honors and placed third in the state 2-a tournament the Only tourney defeat a one Point Squeaker to the eventual state Champion. Southwest Randolph a Jack Castelloe was named or girls coach of the year. Trinity posted a 22-6 record for the season Hiattt a Overall coaching record for boys and girls basketball at Trinity is 121-51. He recently announced his decision to retire from coaching. A 1958 graduate of Trinity High and a 1962 graduate of High Point College Hiatt teaches ninth Grade physical education and in his to years at Trinity has coached baseball track and football in addition to Das netball. He also served As athletic director. A ifs a Surprise to me a Hiatt said of the Honor a and i feel really fortunate. Of course it goes right Back to the kids though they did the Job. If you done to have the material you can to get the Job Hiattt a successor As basketball coach at Trinity was chosen late last week former Trinity athlete Wayne Kennedy. Kennedy is a 1963 graduate of Trinity and a 1967 graduate of High Point College. He began his coaching career at colonial Beach va., where he has posted an 80-46 record Over the past five years. Kennedy will serve As assistant football coach As Well As head basketball coach. Larry Wall currently assistant football coach and head baseball coach has been elevated to athletic director. Other first place winners for the panthers were Joe Meek mile run 4 21.7 Bob Phippen 880 1 55.5 Mike Turmala three mile run 15.05 Noren 120 High hurdles 15.0 and 440 intermediate hurdles 55.7 the mile relay team of Meek Bob Hagelgans Noren. And Phippen 3 25.5 and the 440 relay team of Steed Hagelgans. Noren. And Terry Oldaker 43.5. High Point also nailed Down five second place finishes. Tubby Smith was second in the triple jump As was Mike bog Don in the javelin throw Lloyd Davis in the mile run. Hagelgans in the 440 and 440 hurdles and Meek in the 880 the panthers now enter the District meet next tuesday at Winston Salem state where stiff Competition is expected from the rams and from North Carolina Central fresh off a Brilliant performance in the Penn relays. A Well try to get our men up one More time a Davidson added. Shot put Levier c so. Do cum Tov of c us. N o1 Jurney Tuff of i 4>j. Tang jump Smith acc 2j i. I melt Jun Smith acc 4m, pm vault Brown cd ii i Jov us a l la a acc a. Am met of 4 let. 440 a t i i it pm ii 3, ooh Steep hot. In he to an he ii. My Imp ass to s Teo hip no 440 cd Heron he is 7. Three w to Tum no a he h of. Mout la i a pain Mach hog Eimont. Naran. In Locum i tvs 400 Bate h in porn Steep. Oleo Fuff nor an. Hoot gout 4 5. Tom scoring High Point t5 g of Vij Ai. Prtt Oytt on 4. Allonge Chron on 24. E in 23. Guilford >7. Section d wed., May 3, 1972 merger hearings continue Washington a Heads of the nations sports associations who already have spoken out against the proposed merger of the two professional basketball leagues were scheduled among the first to testify today on a Bill to allow the leagues to merge. The on again off again Senate antitrust and monopoly subcommittee hearings Are chaired by sen. Sam Ervin d-n.c., also a foe of the merger. Today a witnesses some of whom May not be heard include Walt Byers of the National collegiate athletic association Clifford Fagen National federation of state High school associations George Killian. National Junior College athletic association William Wall National association of basketball coaches of the United states and William d. Murray american football coaches association. Also scheduled to appear is the very Rev. John p. Raynor president of Marquette University. Marquette s warriors were staggered in mid season when a11-american Cen or Jim Chones signed a professional contract then the team was temporarily disqualified from the Mcaa tournament when Forward Bob Lackey refused to immediately sign a document testifying to his Amateur standing. Panther netters dominate unc a Grea Seball Back in style Williams has hairy Story by the associated press does Pitcher Gaylord Perry of the Cleveland indians use his hair to put a a stuff on the ball0 Only his manager knows for sure. A a he a a cute Pitcher All right a says Texas rangers manager ted Williams who s pretty sure. A i think he doctors the Ball up every now and whatever Perry was doing with the Ball was Way Over the rangers Heads tuesday night. He allowed just four hits and had 12 strikeouts before leaving in the eighth inning As Cleveland took a 4-2 decision an exasperated Williams was still trying to Wash that Man right out of his hair after the game. A ifs the first time in be seen him a said Williams. A i kept hollering to the umpires about him going to his hair. I done to know what you have to do to get them to go out and look at it a Perry who a heard such distress signals from National league opponents before his off season Trade to the american this season firmly insists that he never uses that Greasy kid stuff. A i heard Williams hollering at the Umpire but it did t bother me a said Perry. In the other american league games the Baltimore orioles whipped the Chicago White sox 3-0 the new York Yankees Defeated the California Angels 5-0 and the Kansas City sea Grea Seball on 2-d High Point College found no. 19 to be a relatively easy Victory tuesday afternoon As he purple panthers took a 9-0 Tennis Victory from the University of North Carolina at Charlotte. The win pushed the Panther record to 19 7. And was their 10th shutout of the season and second straight this week. The panthers completely dominated play with the 49ers winning Only two games below no. I singles Peter Ranney captured no. I singles with a 6-3, 6-4 win Over Bruce Dawson while Hector Villarroel won at no 2 Over Jim Curtis 6-0. 62. Mike Smith downed May Palmer Bob Weber topped James Fulbright and Tony Liege blanked James Culbertson by identical 6-0, 6-0 scores. Javier Sanjines the panthers no. I player teamed with Ranney at no. I doubles for a 6-1,6-0 win Over Dawson and Curtis while Villarroel and Smith whipped Palmer and Fulbright 6-2. 6-1 at no. 2. The panthers won no. 6 singles and no. 3 doubles by default As unc Charlotte played Only five players. High Point hosted Elon College this afternoon in the final conference match of the season the panthers have one regular season Duel match left that coming next tuesday when they Host Virginia tech. The Carolinas conference tournament is set to get under Way Friday Here in High Point. Most of the matches will be played on the College courts but some first round matches will be played at High Point Central. A a today a match Wasny to much of a Challenge in that unc Charlotte is very weak but i was pleased with the Way we played a remarked Panther coach Ray Alley. A sometime Young players have a tendency to get Sloppy against weaker Competition and lose games on their own mistakes. I think the scores below no. I singles in an indication of How Tough we played and Well need this kind of Effort against Elon and in the Ungles Peter Penney pc be Bruce Dew Ion 1, 4 4, Hector Vilter Roei pc aet Jim Conn t.0, 4-2 m a Smith pc pet vey Pelmer 4.0, to Bob aet to pc pet Jem Fulbright to 4-0 Tony Meg pc pet Jeme Curnert on. 4-0, 6-0 pc won by pet putt. Doubles Levier Semmes a Penney pc it Delton Curtis 6-1, 6-0 vie pro Smith pc pet Pelmer Fol bight -2, 4-1 pc won by Pete ult. Siena gets coach Albany n y. A William j. Kirsch basketball coach and athletic director at the Junior College of Albany has been named head basketball coach and director of athletics at Siena College in nearby in Jumonville Siena announced tuesday. Kirsch replaces Eugene Cul Nan in the two positions. Culnan resigned earlier this year

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