High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives May 18 1974, Page 9

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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - May 18, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Panthers Advance to area playoff Ausley showers Hrc to win meeting of the minds on the Mound pc coach Chuck Hartman 3delvin idol 13 Chuck Sharp talk Stow photo by Ari Richardton Courtney races to Colonia Lead fort Worth. Tex. It of it a a Trio of superstars moved into Contention but it was a self styled scrambler a Wintus Indian and a former football player who led the Way today into the third round of the $250,000 colonial National open. Deacon to quit chargers san Diego a Veteran defensive end David a Deacon Quot Jones denied accusations of drug use Friday and said he did no to expect to play for the san Diego chargers next season. A i Don t think that ii play another Down of pro football in san Diego Quot the 13-year National football league Veteran said on a radio talk show. A but i will play another year of football because i want to prove to the people that Deacon is a football player and not a drug he said he thought he would be traded. Nil commissioner Pete Rozelle fined Jones seven other chargers general manager Harland Svare and owner Eugene Klein a total of $40,000 last month for alleged violations of the league s drug policy. A the Only thing in a guilty of is being on a 2-11 team Jones said referring to the chargers 2-11-1 record. A i will not pay the $3,000 Fine because i m not guilty. Anything that i have taken in the ranks of professional football was prescribed to me by the team physician. A Jones has filed a suit against the chargers alleging breach of contract. A even Ben Hogan can t hit All the greens on this course you be got to be Able to Chip it close and make the theorized Chuck Courtney recognized As one of the Tours top scramblers. Courtney stripped four shots from colonial s begrudging Par 70 Friday and moved into a one shot Lead at the Halfway Point of pro Golf s first designated tournament. A non Winner this year Courtney s 36-Hole total of 70-66�?136 was Good for a one stroke advantage Over first round Leader Hale Irwin a former University of Colorado football Star. And Rod curl a personable Wintus Indian. Irwin suddenly erratic after a spectacular 65 thursday carded four birdies Lour bogeys a double bogey and nine pars for a two Over Par 72. Curl shot a 67. And the two were tied at 137. Jack Nicklaus Lee Trevino and defending Champion Tom Weiskopf made bids for the $50,000 top prize. Weiskopf with a 68 that propelled him into fourth place at 138 Nicklaus despite dumping a wedge shot into the Lake near the 18th Green shot a 69 Atter an opening 71 and headed a group of six at Par 140. Nicklaus is one of the a designated Quot players required to appear Here. Trevino matched Nicklaus 69 but said a i should have shot 85. I hit it bad really bad. I in Gonna practice til dark Midnight if there s a full recollected 14 pars Friday in route to a two Day total of 141, but said a they came out of the River the traps the Trees the Ball washers and even one woman a Arnold Palmer was the major casualty among the designated players who failed to make the 36-Hole Cut. Missing the 146 Mark by a single stroke with 74-73�?147. Fort Worth Tex. A second round scores Friday in the 1250,000 colonial National open Golf tournament on the 7,142-Yard, Par-70 colonial country club course a denotes amateurs Chuck Courtney Rod curl Hale Irwin Tom Weiskopf Dan Sikes Julius Boros Larry Hinson Charles Coody Jack Nicklaus Lee elder Gary Brewer Mason Rudolph Bobby Nichols Orville Moody Lee Tevino Hubert Green Bob Menne Steve Melnyk Dave Stockton Bruce Devlin j c Snead Gary player David Graham buddy Ailin Tom Watson Andy North Ken still Homero Blancas Rik Massengale Bert Yancey Larry Nelson Dale Douglass Chi Chi Rodriguez Rick Rhoads Frank Beard Don bins Bruce Campton Richard Cranford Pat Fitzsimons Larry Ziegler Billy Casper Jim Dent Roger Parker Bob Payne Kermit Zarley Mike Morley Artie Mcnickle Ber Greene Ross Randall 70-66-Iii 70-67-137 65-72-137 70-68-138 71-68-139 69-70-139 68-72-140 68 72-140 71-69-140 71-69-140 72-68-140 74-66-140 68 73-141 69-72-141 72-69-14 68 73-141 73-68-141 72-69-14 70-71�?141 71-71-142 74-68 a 142 74 68-142 73-69-142 74 68-142 73-69�?142 72 70-142 72-71-143 74-69-143 71-72-143 68-75-143 70-73-143 73-70-143 72-71-143 73-71-144 69 75-144 72-72-144 71 73-144 72-72-144 71-73-144 70-74-144 68-76-144 74-70-144 75-69-144 71-73-144 71-74-145 72 73-145 75-70-145 71 74-145 71-74-145 by Paul Shinn associate sports editor Greensboro Roger Ausley has wanted to pitch the a big game Quot since he transferred to High Point College two years ago. He has come close in that time but most of his wins have been Over the Small fish of the College world. No More. Early saturday morning the senior right hander capped a Panther comeback which had started Early Friday evening. Coming in with one out in the first inning. Ausley went the rest of the Way As pc overcame a 3-0 deficit to whip Pfeiffer for the second time of the night 10-4 to win the District 26 playoff and Advance to area 7 play next week in Greenwood . High Point won the first game 8-6 As Delvin idol picked up his fifth win of the season without a loss. Thus it was a five game series for the panthers who lost on opening Day before struggling Back in the double elimination tournament. For Ausley it was his third appearance in three Days. How did he do it it might have been an Arm Shower after his Start last wednesday a game he wound up losing to Elon. A last night thursday i turned on the Shower As hot As it would go and let it run Over my Arm Quot a weary but smiling Ausley said. A i did that for about 15 minutes and i think it helped keep the Arm Loose. Plus it was hot Ausley was a Little hot at terms official Carmichael cup winners l Tbs Hoe Point Enterprise sports saturday May 18, 1974. Section b application Blank Enterprise Golf classic june 8-9 and 15-16 name age As of june i address City phone average score or Handicap division sub Junior Junior classic women. Preferred starting time Circle one or two 7-8-9 12-1-2-3 same starting time will be used saturday and sunday All entries must be mailed or delivered to sports department of the Enterprise Greensboro . Apis the Atlantic coast conference officially announced today that Maryland has ended North Carolinas three year hold on the Carmichael cup. The terrapins actually clinched the cup Symbol of Overall supremacy in acc athletics by winning the league track meet tuesday. They edged North Carolina in this years tabulation 72-704. Seven Points Are awarded for a first place finish in any league sport six for second Etc. Times too. He relieved in the first game but lasted just two thirds of an inning when an error Hurt his chances. That burned him because he Hadnot pitched badly in the inning. But there he was again in the second when starter Lew Lyon failed to get by the opening inning. Ausley had another gimmick he used to Stop the Falcons on four hits and one earned run the rest of the night. A new grip for his fastball. A i started throwing with the seams Quot he said. A i had done that in practice but it had never worked in a game. And Chuck Sharp the Catcher called everything i wanted to pitch. A i did t feel tired at the last. I tried to loaf on things like ground balls to save my High Point had to win both games to take the District title and it took another Home run boost to pave the Way. Nobody got any in the first game but in the fifth inning of the second game Danny Goins socked his 15th of the season tying the school record and putting pc in front for the first time 4-3, he was chosen most valuable player in the tournament. He hit five homers in the series. Pfeiffer tied it in the last of the Frame on an infield hit by Earl Coggins it he had four in the game a wild pitch and a throwing error by Ausley. But the panthers never trailed As Otis Foster untied it again with his 14th Homer of the season a two run shot to Center in the seventh. Actually High Point went ahead to stay with a run in the sixth when Ronnie Smith reached on a fielders Choice stole second went to third on an error and scored on a single by Bob Dupree. A when we got the 5-4 Lead i just tried to get the Ball Over the plate Quot Ausley offered. I be been looking for this win since last year. Now i got both teams were Short on pitching although Pfeiffer had played Only two games in the winners bracket. Idol went seven innings in the opening game before giving Way to Ausley. Burke Suter who had pitched thursday afternoon finished up. Pfeiffer a Glen Phillips took the first game loss. He was relieved by Bobby Martin who also pitched in the second game. Claude Bernhart also worked for the Falcons who end their season at 29-8. High Point is 29 8. The panthers had a 7-1 Lead in the first game before Pfeiffer crept Back with three in the seventh and two in the eighth. A we got As mentally prepared As anybody i be seen Quot pc coach Chuck Hartman beamed through a group of Well wishers. A we came to play. We gave too per cent and i Don t know what else you can do. A Roger said he Felt Good when he was warming up. I went with him instead of the others because of that and because he can get the Ball Over the plate. He said he Felt first game Pfeiffer pc a r h by a guns 3b 5 110 Brill 3b Mrtin lf.p.2t> 4 0 0 0 troll do Raines of myrs la Fry by eco fast c Clown 2b Brno it p he pin pm a bran of Phlps p 5 12 1 Goins of 3 112 St Rob 3 111 with in 2b 5 0 3 2 Brm fld is 4 0 0 0 so thru 1 0 0 0 a pref 1 0 0 0 shr pc 1 0 0 0 idol p 5 2 2 0 Asly p 0 0 0 0 Suter p a r h by 2 10 0 3 10 0 4 3 10 4 12 2 4 0 0 1 4 12 1 4 13 2 0 0 0 0 3 0 12 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 As Good As he did when he pitched the first game. A this was a pretty Good rebuilding year Wasny to it Quot in District 29 play which ends today Pembroke plays methodist College for the right to join High Point Francis Marion and West Liberty state in area play. Pembroke has beaten methodist once. The braves Are the Only undefeated team left in that tournament. They Are defending champions. Second game pc Pfeiffer a r h by a r h by Pond giants play sunday Winston Salem a Pond giants will Host the Greenville s. C., mets in a doubleheader sunday at Finch Field. First game in the no league twin Bill begins at 1 30 pm. Frazier Heads Aba All stars new York apr guard Walt Frazier of the new York kicks led the voting for the 1973-74 National basketball association All Star team while Forward John Havlinek of Boston and Kareem Abdul Jabbar of Milwaukee made the squad for the fourth consecutive year commissioner Walter Kennedy announced saturday. Completing the team were Forward Rick Barry of Golden state and guard Gail Goodrich of los Angeles. In the voting done by sports writers and broadcasters in 17 of the leagues cities Frazier received 15.291 of a possible 17 Points. Only the new new Orleans franchise did not get a vote. This was the third time the a Nicks Veteran was selected to the squad. He was new Yorkus leading scorer averaging 20.5 Points per game finished fourth in the league in assists and was named to the Aba All defensive team for the sixth straight season. Havlinek Bostons All time leading scorer led the celtics to their 12th league championship and first title since 1969. Jabbar the 7-foot-2 Milwaukee giant earlier was chosen As the leagues most valuable player award Winner for the third time in his five year pro career. Goodrich fifth in the league in scoring with a 25.3 average made the elite squad for the first time in his nine year pro career. And Barry among the top to in scoring free throw percentage and steals was voted to the first team for the third time. Named to the second team were forwards Elm Hayes of Washington and Spencer Haywood of Seattle Center Bob Mcadoo of Buffalo and guards Dave Bing of Detroit and Norm Van Lier of Chicago. Each member of the first team will receive $500 and each second team Choice will get $250. 28 8 9 8 too 320-6 012 iox�?8 Coggins 3, Brumfield 2, Caldwell Brumfield Raines Myers Fry Pfeiffer 13, totals 37 6 to 6 totals Pfeiffer. Ooi High Point. 103 e it Nye. 2b Nye. So a Roberson. Lob pc 9 pitching summaries in h r Erbb so Phillips l,4-3 2 2/3 4 4 3 6 1 Martin 3 1/3 4 3 3 3 0 Bernhart 2 11000 i dolt w,5-0 7 8 4 4 7 2 Ausley 2 3 1 2 0 2 i Suter 113 1 0 0 0 2 Brill 3b troll do Goins of str la with in 2b Brm fld is Smth of Dpree of Sharp c Lyon p Asly p 3 2 2 0 a guns 3b 3 0 0 0 a bran is 5 2 2 3 rns of myrs la Nye of 3 2 12 5 111 5 0 10 3 2 11 2 0 11 4 110 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 totals 33 to to 8 psf c Lei 2b Mrtin 2b,p Brno it do cd Dell 2b Wisn p totals 4 2 4 1 2 10 0 3 0 0 0 4 0 11 4 0 11 4 0 10 110 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 4 7 3 pc too 221 320 to Pfeiffer 210 010 000 �?4 e a fast 2. Roberson Ausley Myers Caldwell Noggings Brumfield 2b a Worthington. Burrell 2, or a Goins Foster so a Terrill Smith lob pc 5. Pfeiffer 8 pitching summaries in h r Erbb so Lyon 1332210 Ausley a 6 i 8 2 3 4 2 1 3 4 Wilson a 2-2 6 1 3 9 8 6 5 6 Martin 2 2 3 i 2 i i 0 now Well keep doing this till we get it Hight Umpire makes Point while a pc a Bob Dupree 4 listens in staff photo by Art Richardson Pamlico to Brush up tradition Baltimore of the painting of the Pamlico weather vane a Preakness tradition whose origin stumps even trivia experts will by continued today after the 99th running of the triple Crown classic. Tom Ennis a member of the tracks maintenance staff will climb atop the replica of the old members clubhouse before the race is run and take along an assortment of paints. As soon As the result is official Ennis will paint the winning owners colors on the Blouse of the jockey aboard the horse which stands on the weather vane. That will occur a few minutes after Kentucky Derby Winner cannonade and 12 opponents go to the Post at 5 40 pm Edt. One hour of television coverage by lbs will begin at 5 Ledford sets Spring banquet Ledford has scheduled its Spring banquet for tuesday May 21 at the school. Tickets for the banquet will be available at the school office monday. The Enterprise cup will be presented to Panther athletes at the banquet which is set for 7 . Foyt Good bet for pole spot Indianapolis a Veteran a. J Foyt looked like a Good bet to hang onto the pole position for the Indianapolis 500 today. The 1973 Winner. Gordon John cock admitted As much after a vital practice session was rained out Friday. The stubby Phoenix ariz., Driver was one of la with a Chance in today s final scheduled Day of qualifying to Knock Foyt off the inside front Row starting position. The Speed to beat was the 191.632 Miles per hour average the texan posted in last saturdays qualifying runs. John Coeke a car sporting the controversial big Turbocharger used by teammate Wally Dallenbach in qualifying last saturday was not Able to get out of his garage. A we really needed to run. Johncock emphasized. A this rain does no to help one bit. The car Hasni to been handling Well All week. A this big Turbocharger had t been tested on my car so i have no idea what the effect will Johncock won the ram plagued race last year after 332 it Miles. The forecast for the final scheduled Day of qualifications included a 50 per cent Chance of More rain. Rain has plagued the 500-mile race and qualifications regularly since 1967, when the race was halted after 27 laps and restarted the next Day. Drivers besides Johncock who had a shot at the pole or one of the other two front Row spots included 1969 Winner Mario Andretti 1972 top Rookie Mike Hiss and Salt Walther. Bruins demise is exaggerated Denton West Advance Denton and West Davidson advanced into the second round of the Davidson county baseball tournament Friday. At the expense of East Davidson and Central Davidson. Denton which competes in a 1-a conference stopped 2-a East 4-3 in to innings Ronnie Covington singling in Joe Don Henderson for the winning run. West downed Central 6-1, using a third inning to break it open. Tonight a round finds West Davidson going against Lexington at 6 . With Denton facing North Davidson in the Nightcap. All games Are being played at North Davidson Field in fridays opener East outhit Denton 9-6, but the raiders were Tough when it counted. Chris Baker paced Denton with three hits. Mickey Hoover had three singles for the eagles and Jeff Loflin was credited with a Home run. Phil Poole a three hit pitching kept Central Davidson in Check while Bill Butts hammered a single and a triple to Lead West s batting attack. Danny Verner collected two of centrals three safeties. Denton 4, e. Davidson Denton too 003 too 1�?4 6 3 pc Davidson 002 too too 0-3 9 i or a Loflin. We a Smith. Up a Tobin. Vav Davidson 6, c. Davidson i w Davidson 00s too 0�?4 4 2 c Davidson too too 1�?1 3 i 3b a Butts a Varner Pool. Apr pools. Up a Koontz. Philadelphia a a Philadelphia flyers official said on radio Atter tuesday night s Victory Over the Boston Bruins in their Stanley cup playoff a let me be the first to say that the Bruins Are Well that was a mighty live Corpse that thumped the flyers 5-1 thursday night. The Best of seven National hockey league series is now 3-2 Philadelphia with game 6 on the flyers spectrum ice sunday afternoon 2 05 . Edt. Should the battling Bruins tie the set the seventh and deciding game is tuesday at Boston gardens where the flyers have won twice in seven years. Philadelphia officials Are making sure they leave no Stone unturned for sundays crucial game. The flyers Arentt exactly anxious to again test that Boston gardens hex. So not Only will the pre game National Anthem be replaced with the team s Good Luck song Kate Smiths rendition of Irving berlins a god bless America Quot but miss Smith will be there in person to sing it. In games where a god bless America Quot preempted the Star spangled Banner the flyers Are 36-3-1, including their Victory Here tuesday night Over the Bruins. A a we re going to need More than Kate Smith Quot said flyers coach Fred Shero. A if we play like thursday night or maybe a Little better we can beat them there sunday Quot said Bruins coach Bep Guidolin. Quot never beat us in the seventh game and that a True in big Black letters. Well be drinking the Champagne and they won

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