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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 9, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Hopta sets women s tourney the High Point Tennis association is holding a women a singles round Rohin beginning thursday oct. To at the new Oak hollow Tennis courts. The tourney is divided into five divisions and is a come when you can event. It will run eight weeks with one session scheduled per week. A registration fee will be charged and All participants should bring a can of balls. The schedule for the event is intermediates advanced intermediates and advanced thursday 9 a m. Beginners Friday to a m. And advanced beginners Friday 9 a m. In addition Oak hollow Tennis pro Hector Villarroel will hold a one hour instruction session for beginners at 9 a m. On Friday and will be present for corrective instruction during other times. For additional information players May Contact Bonnie Herman. Raider girls defend title High Point Andrews regular season champs in volleyball will defend its Crown in the conference tournament thursday at Andrews starting at 2 30 . Andrews finished the season with an 8-2 record followed by Greensboro Page 7-3high Point Central 6-4grimsley 6-4dudley 2-8and Smith 0-10. Griffin 7th-8th ties Trinity defense dominated until the fourth Quarter tuesday As Griffin a seventh and eighth tied Trinity 6-6. Both scores came in the fourth Quarter. Trinity struck first and then Ben Bell gathered in a 25-Yard pass from John Wilson to tie the score for Griffin. Griffin is now 2-1-1 for the year and will face Ferndale next tuesday at a. J. Simeon stadium. 49er defense credited och ring held for with winning 2 games pea Golf High Point Enterprise wednesday october 9, 1974 3c brother of sooner of san Francisco a about this time a year ago John Brodie was the starting quarterback for the san Francisco 49ers and the National football league club was being criticized for being All pass and almost no Canadian team loses finale Prague apr team Canada �?T74 played out the string tuesday night dropping a 3-1 decision to the czechoslovak National team in Canadas final game of the team s european tour this season. Players treated the loss casually As they hurried to clean up late details before flying Home today. Coach Billy Harris said he was not disappointed with the defeat a because both teams played Good he told a news conference after the game the czechs deserved the Victory. He had coached Sweden against Czechoslovakia six times during his career As coach of the swedish National team and a i always found it harder to beat the czechs than to beat the the game obviously meant Little to the canadians still weary mentally after losing their eight game International series to Russia. The czechs rated second in Europe behind Russia started quickly with goals by Jiri Bubla and Ivan Hlinka within the first to minutes. The final goal was produced by Julius Haas Early in the third period. Bobby Hull got credit for Canadas Only goal late in the second period although it was obvious Tom Webster knocked the puck into the net after czech goaltender Jiri Crha bobbled hulls hard shot. Crha replaced starter Jiri Holecek in the first period after the Veteran International Star was nicked As he stopped a shot by Hull. He retired for stitches near his Eye while Crha finished up. Canada also used two goalies. Don Mcleod gave up two goals in his 25-minute stint and Gilles Gratton was beaten Only by Haas. Both goaltenders played Well Harris agreed and had no Chance on the shots that beat them. Panthers tie in soccer Davidson High Point College had never fallen behind in a soccer match this season until tuesday afternoon at Davidson College. The undefeated purple panthers trailed on three occasions but rallied each time to finally tie the wildcats 3-3 for a 5-0-1 season record. Davidson got the first goal with 33 minutes gone in the first half but Bill Redfern scored off an assist by Paul Goehle Only 28 seconds later to tie the score at 1-1. The wildcats who recently tied Carolina 1-1, took at a 2-1 halftime Lead with their second goal with just two minutes left in the half. High Point evened it at 2-2 in the first 12 minutes of the second half on an unassisted goal by Doug challenger but Davidson went out ahead 3-2, 18 minutes later. The panthers tied the score at 3-3 As Gary Downing scored off an assist by Hunter Brett. The game was even All the Way with Davidson holding a narrow 38-35 advantage on shots taken. Davidson goal keeper Rick Slagle had 18 saves while Peter Ranney had 15 for the winners. Ranney a senior Tennis Star for the panthers was starting his first soccer game Ever against the wildcats. Run. But this is 1974. Brodie has retired heir apparent Steve Spurrier has suffered a shoulder separation and now the 49er offence is All run no pass and headed for few victories. San Francisco is the no. I Rushing team in the National conference of the nil but last in passing. More importantly they Are trailing the los Angeles rams in the pfc West. The 49ers will carry a 2-2 record into monday nights nationally televised game against Detroit but most of the credit for those two victories goes to a stubborn 49er defense and opponent miscues. A we hoped to have a solid running game now we be got it a said Don Heinrich who coaches the 49er quarterbacks. A but some tia to lined to our Jamestown rips Lexington Jamestown the Jamestown seventh and eighth Grade football team blanked Lexington tuesday 27-0, As Maurice Pate scored two touchdowns. Pate tallied on runs of seven and 50 Yards. Also scoring for Jamestown were Scott Shipley on a one Yard plunge and Kevin Sanders on a 57-Yard scamper. David Cleek and Alan Rawlston were top defensive players in the shutout. Jamestown is now 3-1 on the season and hosts Albemarle next tuesday. Carmel Calif. A Jeff Vanwagenen of Phoenix. Ariz., led a Field of 175 hopefuls after the first Day of pea regional Golf tryouts by firing a course record 66 at the Rancho Canada country club. Vanwagenen shot nine Hole rounds tuesday of 34 and 32, leaving him five under Par on the 6,400-Yard, Par 71 East course. Ray Leach of Novato Calif was second with rounds of 36 and 32 for a first Day score of 68. And Ray Carrasco of Huntington Beach Calif was third with a 36 and a 33 for a first Day score of 69. Others who ended the first Day in the top to were Dick Mcclean of Carmel 34-35�?69 Roger Maltbie of san Jose Calif., 34-35�?69. Rex Caldwell Lompoc. Calif., 31-39�?70 Terry Florence Charlotte. . 3535�?70 George Kelley Pebble Beach. Calif. 33-37-70 Forrest Hatalski 33-37�?70, and Tom Purtzer Phoenix ariz., 37-33 70. Figure keeper Dallas a the Central hockey league announced tuesday that Bill Adler a recent graduate from Southern methodist University has been appointed to the position of league statistician. Adler is a native of Philadelphia and graduate of Temple University. He received a masters degree in psychology from sum this summer. Another Davis coming Sallisaw okla. A football opponents of Oklahoma who think they Are having trouble handling quarterback Steve Davis had better look Over their shoulder. There s another one coming. He is Joe Davis a younger brother who is a Little taller and a Little faster. In the words of his highly successful older brother a the throws the Ball Joe is the Junior quarterback of Sallisaw s 4-0 no. 2-ranked class 2a prep football team. At 5-foot-lt, he is an Inch taller than Steve. He does the 40-Yard dash in 4.6 and he likes the Wishbone which Oklahoma uses to Success. A looking at Joe i see a lot More going for him than i had going for me Quot says Steve. A a he a taller he a a Little faster and he throws the Ball better. He has everything a the offence is suited to his abilities. Oklahoma is suited to his abilities. Our offence in High school was not too quarterback oriented. So Joe has a much better Opportunity than i did to play somewhere such As Oklahoma. A i in really impressed with his mechanics in operating the Wishbone. And in a not saying that because he s my brother. He does things More closely to the Way we do than at of than anybody Ive Ever seen in High Joe gives his older brother thanks for helping him. A when Steve went to of he let me look at his notebooks on the Wishbone a the younger brother said. A i got to see things in those notebooks that i never would have seen otherwise. A Steve has helped me learn the Why and How of the Wishbone he has helped me understand what to look Perry Lattimore coached Steve and is now coaching Joe. The comparisons to Steve Are inevitable. A i Call Joe Steve and Steve Joe a he says with a laugh. A a in a always getting mixed up. They even look break the Monotony get into a. A fiotanu�?~500 Tony Sinnett says get Nito botany Soo fashion a Feil uni you Bule the would the Cut. The detail. 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