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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 10, 1974, High Point, North Carolina Golf notebook pro football loses i St in Charlotte by Jim Pettit Linda Marsh is the 1974 furniture City ladies Golf association tournament Champion posting a 161 total in the 36-hold event played Over colonial country club and Willow Creek courses. Maxine Palmer was runner up in the championship flight with a 163, two shots behind Marsh. Diana Crews swept Pion ship flight with Richardson at 153. Low net honors in the Cham a 151, followed by Eileen in the first flight Phyllis Goodman was the Winner posting a one stroke Victory Over Becky Linthicum. Goodman had a 36-Hole score of 186. Barbara Hutchens won Low net with a 151, eight shots better than runner up Gay tester. In the second flight Glo Spaugh was a playoff Winner Over Sharon Hurst. The two deadlocked at even 200. Millie Marsden a 151 was Good enough for Low net honors in the flight. Kat Walsh took second at 159. Martha Habig chalked up a 214 for first place in the third flight nipping Jane Cox by one stroke. Goldia newtons 166 took Low net one shot ahead of Myree Lemons. Linda Marsh the tournament concluded the Fulga s season. Play will resume next March. Lois Green has been elected president of the association for the 1975 season. Other officers Are Sharon Hurst vice president Martha Habig Secretary Jane Cox treasurer Louise Darby Handicap chairman and Linda Marsh rules chairman. High Point Golf association will hold its annual meeting thursday oct. 24, at 7 . At the Moose Lodge on n. Main Street. # officers for the 1975 year will be elected during the l business session which will follow a Steak dinner. Members planning to attend should sign a list posted at Blair Park. Improvements continue at Oak hollow Golf course where grading has begun on the much needed cart paths. No completion Date has been set due to the uncertainty of weather conditions this time of year. The new putting Green is nearing completion. Quot we be got a pretty Good stand of grass on it now Quot course manager Nick Gettys noted Quot and possibly it la be in use in about a finals of the Oak hollow Golf association match play tournament Are scheduled sunday and trophies will be presented to the winners following completion of minds. Willow Creek is hosting a member member tournament this weekend. Jack Holbrook and Lew Hayworth teamed to win the Spring member member and will be competing again. George Bullard teamed with Paul Richardson Dugan Ritchie Daisy Stephens and Elaine Talbert to fire a score of 12 under Par for first place in a cat fight sunday at colonial country club. The team of Les Burge Roy Taylor Van Springfield Derwood Huneycutt and Jean Pons took second at la under winning a scorecard playoff. Third place went to the team of Ralph Rice George Hofmann Miles Talbert Robin Fulp Jean Mcadams and Odis Sanders. A member member is set oct. 19-20 at acc. Bill Davis and Aden Pons Are defending champs. Green acres Golf course near Randleman will be the site of the Randleman Lions clubs annual Golf tournament proceeds of which will go to the Blind. Tournament dates Are oct. 26-27 entries can be made at the Green acres pro shop. By Jim Pettit Enterprise sports writer Charlotte draw up a list of reasons Why 25,132 people filled american legion memorial stadium to capacity wednesday night and you a have a textbook of human behaviour. Some came out of insatiable curiosity about the new game in town. Some came to unleash hostile feelings. Some came to drink. Some came to boo. And some just some mind you came with the Hope that the Charlotte hornets of the world football league might turn out to be a really first class professional team. The curious the hostile the drunk and the Rowdy went away Happy. The hopeful went away trying to evaluate Charlottes 27-23 loss to the powerful Memphis South men. The hornets formerly the new York stars Are not a bad football team nor Are they a really Good one. They did manage to generate enough excitement to keep the fans interested but they also displayed enough flaws to keep the coaching staff Well stocked in Gray hairs. But Charlottes Welcome was enough to soothe any ruffled feelings Over the teams seventh defeat of the season against nine wins. The crowds Roar drowned out pre game individual introductions and obviously elated the hornets. A it was a great thing for the players a Hornet coach babe Parilli beamed. A a in a very Happy about it. We be never had that Many people cheering for us defensive tackle John Elliott a former new York Jet Star and one of the teams few familiar names agreed. A a the crowd was just great a he said. A it was the loudest in be played in front of in years. We sure As hell Haven to heard anything like it this year. The players were really overwhelmed. I Hope we played As Well As they the hornets held the vaunted South men now 13-2, to an 8-8 deadlock at intermission and after falling behind 11-8 on a 28-Yard Bob Etter Field goal in the third period rallied to go ahead Isil that was the High water Mark for Charlotte As Memphis took the following Kickoff marched 63 Yards in la plays and went ahead to stay 19-15. They scored again on their next Possession grinding 97 Yards in la plays. Charlotte added some excitement in the closing unites by mounting a scoring drive of 61 Yards then recovering an onside kick but a David Thomas pass interception at the South men a 12 put a lock on it. Sex Penn state quarterback Tom Sherman scored Charlottes first touchdown on a one Yard sneak. Running Back Don Highsmith notched the other two from eight Yards and one Yard. Memphis a scoring came on Wal leading rusher j. J. Jennings one Yard plunge and on quarterback Danny Whites two touchdown passes to wide receiver de Marshall covering 13 and 19 Yards. Jennings finished the evening with 104 Yards in 17 carries but was eclipsed by teammate Willie Spencer who had 109 Yards in 17 carries. No Hornet running Back averaged More than three Yards and the team could get Only 69 Yards Rushing for the night. Quot it was really a Well played game on the part of both teams a Memphis coach John Mcvay said generously. A the thing that made this one great is the Way we won. It was a Tough game against an excellent football the hornets chief flaws were an ineffective pass Rush Memphis quarterback Danny White had time to hit on 9 of 18 for 127 Yards and poor defense against gives nod to Andrews Smith Quayle announces tax South men sweeps. Despite the weaknesses though the hornets made up for a lot with enthusiasm. Sherman was Charlottes biggest threat As he connected on 12 of 27 for 142 Yards but lost two interceptions. It was the first meeting of the year for the two squads. A a they re the Best team we be played Quot Elliott stressed. A a they re As Good As any team around but we play them again and i think we can beat the High Point Enterprise by $ q. Quayle economic advisor Superb it amazes me How Many people it takes to come to an executive Type decision in Washington whenever there seems to be a crisis on the horizon the Congress and president manage to have every Halfway intelligent person in the country flock into d. C. To give their opinion on possible solutions. This leads to a lot of half wit solutions. Why does no to the government use the Quentin Quayle quickie solution method. Ifs really a very simple policy when i come upon a personal crisis i myself alone just one person try to come up with answers. When i hit on what seems to be the sout Timon Hemet 44-7 47-si itt 147 96 in i j-77-1 4-50 6-41 7-1 4-1 5-35 3-31 i first Downs Rushe Vorch Pastina Vorris return North posses punts fusty is lost pm Notts words Emonts. Chorizo. T morn terrines i run Marshall Doss rom White Chart Sherman i run Ford run Momy of Etter to chord Mia Smitti 4 run those foiled merry Mots hoi i la Doss from White Wallace Doss from White Mem mors to 11 \9 Doss from White Hornev run Chart Foo Hamim i run Barnes Doss from s her Mon a�?75.133 Northeast Falls to Thomasville Northeast a seventh and eighth Grade was routed 28-0 by Thomasville Junior High wednesday. The visitors were led by James Burton with two touchdowns on runs of 37 and 14 Yards. Also scoring were Sterling Welborn and John Burton. The win raised Thomasville record to 3-0 in the triad Junior High conference. Savi up to 50% this Weik final clearance Sale Bio lot 75 to l80 suits now 39 Clarin doubt a knit sport coat �?T60 "sist1 29 �?~80 a is kor 39 our 60 to 65 Coats now $20 curiae double knit suits Sion now it 59 sic lot >85 to >95 suits now prep schedule Hurt Day a games Ledford at West Davidson Friday games Morehead at Andrews Central at Smith Albemarle at Trinity Concord at Thomasville Randleman at Southwest Randolph Allen Jay at East Davidson Southern Guilford at Northwood Forest Hills at Central Davidson Ragsdale at Northwest Guilford Stoneville at Denton finest double nil 25 11�?� 30 Quot Quot now 19�?� Wrights clothing Stoke downtown Greensboro a a Hiah Point wit i Salem a a Roli l Lur Denton City limit there is an area town being eaten by football fever. See Page 2-c. Enterprise sports writer Carol Wilson gives you an inside look to a towns reaction to its first winning team in years. Best i try it. It May work it May not. If it does no to i move on Down to number two. If that does no to work i try number three. And so on. The Best Way to show you what i mean is with an example. When i reached a personal financial crisis i chose As my number one solution an of Teal to my Public. That did no to work. So now in a moving on to something else. I intend to impose a five percent surcharge on All football teams averaging More than 21 Points per game. Now this might seem a rather random number to pick and there Are those of you who will say that 21 Points is not really your above average teams. This May be True. But i feel we must share the Burden and do our part to remedy this crisis. In other words put up or shut up. Now read Ledford at West Davidson neither team can afford a loss As both have playoff Hopes going into this Central Carolina conference Battle. Last week Overall w l pct. 8 2 .800 42 15 .754 the panthers won a close one and the Green dragons lost the same Way last week. Despite injuries West should have the manpower to Down Ledford and keep its title Hopes alive with a 28-22 win. Morehead at Andrews the red raiders really got Down to business last week showing themselves to be a Strong division 7 contender. Their chances should improve this week As Morehead provides the second conference win for Andrews. Go with the raiders 21-6. Central at Smith the Bison May make the trip to Greensboro for nothing Friday night. Smith has had trouble with its Crosstown foes but wont have the same problems with these out of town guests. Central will fall 22-7. Concord at Thomasville As unpredictable As the South Piedmont conference has been this season a Quayle on so Section c thurs., oct. 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