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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 16, 1976, High Point, North Carolina 10a High Point Enterprise saturday october 16, 1976 Randleman quarterback Tim Routh la gets Protection from his line to look for possible receivers during Friday nights game against Ledford. Panthers trying to break through Are Mark Frazier 14 and Ken Lakin plenty of time 52 while Tiger Ricky Russell 80 goes crashing to the ground. Randleman gave unbeaten Ledford a run for its Money but the panthers survived 6-0. Photo by Sonny Hedgecock it Bowling a by Vola Stutts secretaries the yearbooks Are now out. If your league has not received any please Call Juanita Myers chairman of the ways amp Means committee the books Are free. High Point lanes Twilight me disco ladies holds first spot with a in fc-i1 record Peppis pizza Den and Jean s team share second with a 13-7 record. High team goes to Peppis with a 791. High team series goes to Mcdonalds with a 2241. Mary Price has High individual game and High individual series with a 211 game and 558 series. Bowling 200 games were Hazel dipper 210. Bowling 500 series were Barbara Mullins 557, Pat Houser 534, Helen Adams 511 and Jenny Hagar 510 picking up splits for the night were Mary Poteat 3-8-9, Carol Ferguson 5-7, Hazel dipper 5-7, Imogene Garret 4-5-7 amp 5-7, Ann Greeson 2-7, Norma Parham 2-10. High average is held by Barbara Mullins with a 175 Confederate Yankees the easy rollers and the has beens Are tied for first with a 16-4 record followed by Piedmont package with a 13-7 record. Piedmont package took High team game with a 813 and High team series with a 2377 High individual game for the ladies goes to Kat Nance with a 208 for the men Mike Adams with a 206. High individual series for the ladies goes to Jenny Hagar with a 562 and Mike Adams 547 for the men Bowling 200 games were Russell Lovern 201, Bob Jarrell 202, Elmer Archibald 202, Jenny Hagar 200 Bowling 500 series Kat Nance with a 531 picking up splits for the night was Ann Chambers 6-7-10, Elmer Archibald 5-10 amp 2-7, Cynthia Patterson 5-10 crazy Queens team #5 holds first place with a 14-6 record a three Way tie for second Between the rhinestone cowgirls. Alley dusters and team 07 with a 13-7 record. The rail splitters took High team game with a 456 and High team series with a 1316 Barbara Bonfield took individual High game with a 216 and High series with a 554 High Point lanes i lighters classic Peele amp Schuler increased their first place Lead with a 18-2 record Byrd s food mkt is in second with a 13-7 record and Lloyd s aligners with a 11-9 record is in third High team series goes to Peele amp Schuler with a 2400 Susie Dixon took High individual series with a 587 Bowling 200 games for the night were Susie Dixon 226, Mary Price 200, Wanda Joyner 213, Brenda Peele 215 Bowling 500 series for the night were Mary Flynn 507, Mary Price 557, Debbie spell 504, Elimor Dawkins 516, Shirley Hole son 503, Brenda Peele 524, Harriet Smith 503 picking up splits for the night was Peggy Whitt 4-5, Laverne Miller 5-10, Joyce Workman 3-10 High average is Mary Price with a 175 Ledford from on it to set up the Only score of the game. Five plays later David Rush fired a Long pass to Rick Callicutt for a 70-Yard score and the panthers seemed to be off and running the tigers were held to seven Yards after they took the kick and Ledford made use of the break by running the same pass play As before this time Rush passed to David Cantrell who made the catch and another touchdown holding was called on Ledford though and the Ball was pushed Back to the 50-Yard line where Callicutt was forced to punt on the next play Randleman continued to run Auman off guard and tackle but to no Avail As the half ended with the tigers just Over the mid Field Stripe a fired up Tiger defense made it hard for Ledford to do anything the second half and Randleman found itself in the same situation until the fourth Quarter in that period. Aumann a running attack began to take its toll on the panthers and Randleman soon found itself on the Ledford 12-Yard line to throw the panthers off guard coach Charlie Gregory sent in freshman quarterback Billy Cranford to Lead a passing attack against Ledford although most of the passes looked on the Money Randleman receivers could t find the handle and on fourth Down Page a Ledford intercepted the Ball in the end zone to bring it out to the 20 again the panthers found themselves immobile but Callicutt was sacked heavily by Randleman s defensive line As he booted the Ball away. Roughing the kicker was called against the tigers giving the panthers another Chance. The game seemed to be wrapped up All Ledford had to do was run out i 33 remaining on the clock but As Steve Pope hit the line Randleman s defense hit the Ball and recovered it at the 44 Yard line Cranford again tried to rally a passing attack but there was too Little time and too Many Yards for the tigers to get on the scoreboard knights from Page 9a Yard punt return Clark reached pay dirt again from two Yards out and Tuttle had still another Lunback this time on an interception for 21 Yards into the end zone Stanley Transou broke Loose from 45 Yards out for the final North score the knights have a 6-1 record this season with their Only loss being to Lexington in the first game this year the loss was the fifth by Mooresville wingless in the conference Yankees not afraid of big red machine Cincinnati a ask Sparky Anderson who la win the world series and you la get a Nice Placid a i done to ask Billy Martin. And Duck a a we re Gonna beat their Butts off a says Martin the feisty manager of the new York Yankees who used to throw plenty of punches As a player and in t pulling any punches now. A a who safari of the big red machine a he said of Andersons Cincinnati reds who began today the defense of the championship they won last year against Boston. Anderson rarely one to display emotion is being very pragmatic about this Best of seven classic perhaps exceptionally Low key As if the slightest Ripple of superiority talk might come Back to haunt him. A i think the series will go seven games a he said on the eve of today s opener. A the games will be Low scoring and Martin conversely loves to make Waves tidal Waves. A i Don t buy All that National league superiority Bull a he said the Day after the yanks on Chris Chambliss dramatic ninth inning Home run won the american league Pennant by beating Kansas City 7-6. A when i played we used to hear about what a great team the Brooklyn dodgers were. Then we d come up against them in the world series and beat their cans but what about the big red machine that rolled Over Philadelphia in three straight games to win the National league Flag while the yanks were going Down to the wire in five games against the royals a a a we re Gonna Start with the Windshield wipers a Napa a three Way tie for first place Between the headhunters sports pers and boo boo bombers. The headhunters took High team game with a 442 and High team series with a 1258 Harry Ashwell took High individual game with a 223 and High series with a 542. Mix masters the movers with a 18-6 record holds first place. The a amp m s with a 1712-62 record is in second followed by team 03 with a 17-7 record. The Tippy toes took High team game with a 695 and High team series with a 2092 Rick Ratliff took the High individual game with a 234 and High Seres with a 626 for the ladies Ann Clayton had High game of 201 and Ida Wyant and Ann Clayton share High series with a 556 Bowling 200 games for the night were Lindsay Spaugh 204. Rick Ratliff 212, 234. Ann Clayton 201, de rider 222. Bowling 500 series were Rick Ratliff 626, Ida Wyant 556, Ann Clayton 556. Picking ups its for the night were Melinda Ratliff 5-9, Lindsay Spaugh 5-7-8, Harry Williams 5-7, Rick Mann 4-10, Jeanette West 4-5-7 go getters a tie for first place Between the s o d s amp Jive five with a 17-3 record. A tie for second Between the Happy rollers amp Lucky �?o13�?� with a 13-7 record the Happy rollers took High team game with a 809 and High series with a 2375. Ann Clayton took High series with a 598 and Barbara Benfield had High game of 235 Bowling 200 games for the night were Carol Linthicum 203, Donna Benfield 213. Mary Flynn 202, Ann Clayton 201, 216 and Phyllis Martin 211 Bowling 500 series for the night were Ida Wyant 522, Helen Adams 531, Dee Poston 535. Carol Linthicum 517, Mary Flynn 547, Donna Benfield 523. Phyllis Martin 541. Splits converted Lowana Ferguson 4-7-10. Juanita Myers 6-7, Polly Copple 2-7, Denise Kimmons 5-7, Elsa Bledsoe 3-10, Opal Witcher 3-10, Wanda Wright 5-10, Mary Flynn 5-10. Nadine Rowland -5-7, Jeanette Boyd -5-10. Dee Poston -3-6-7-8-10, Diane Gibson 3-10. Mick Bouldin 5-8-10. Brunswick senior citizens the senior citizens Are still turning out for Bowling some scores this week were Blakely age 66. Had a 133 game Katie age of. Had a 69 game William age 82, had a 69 game Hazel age 70, had a 73 game John age 68. Had a 144 game and Robinson age 76. Had a 72 game Gutter dusters a tie for first place Between the hit miss and the rolling stones with a 15-5 record close behind Are the a Belles with a 13-7 record the hit miss took High team game and High team series with a 582 game and a 1692 series. Marvin beam had a 190 game for High individual game and a 498 for High individual series. Splits picked up were Dot Mcgee 5-7 and sue Sheek the 5-10 and 5-7. Happy Days leading the league is the i wires with a 12-8 record tied for second with a 11-9 record Are the Penny loafers and the mama s amp Papas High team goes to the Fonzie amp the nerds with a 872 and High team series goes to the i wires with a 2422 Jerry Hopkins has High individual game with a 216 and High individual series with a 516 for the ladies Diane Falkowitz and Carolyn Hill share High game of 172, and Sheila Parks has High series with a 453 Richard Sparks turned in a 505 series i pointers with an 11-5 record the bad news bears holds first place followed by the loner Les with a 10-6 record third places goes to team #4 with a 7-9 record team #4 took High team game with a 640 and High team series with a 1712 Bill Fiedler took High individual game with a 234 and High series with a 610 for the ladies Ann Cothran had a 169 game and a 452 series. Charles Causby turned in a 221 game and a 519 series. Morning glories team #1 and team #5 Are tied for first place with a 11-5 record followed by team #12 with a 102-52 record team #1 took High team game with a 563 and series with a 1608 Linda Foster had a 177 game for High individual and Carolyn Richardson had a 482 series for High individual series Union Cross Baptist Larry amp the Angels holds first place with a 11-5 record the saints hold second with a 9-7 record a tie for third Between the Rollin pins and Brunswick Trotters with a 8-8 record the Holey rollers took High team game with a 687 and High team series with a 1893 High individual game and High individual series goes to r c. Walden with a 258 game and a 548 series. Margaret Godfrey had a 221 game for a 498 series and Bill Holden had a 519 series High average is 173 held by r c. Walden Rama from Page 9a this year and against Ohio be coming into your living state Texas and Nebraska in 1977. Which one of those games would you bump a that was abcs problem. And that football fans is Why Alabama and Tennessee will rooms around 3 30 p.m., Edt it also did t Hurt that Tennessee a stadium has lights because the Kickoff was rescheduled around the time the world series game should end in Cincinnati gained 90 Yards. A a it a really Nice to win again a Roy Boyles coach of the Bison remarked a the kids played Well. They went after people real Well tonight. We just made a lot of mistakes and were penalized More than usual but i feel that was because we were being Overly aggressive Quot the Bison were penalized 94 Yards. Central took the opening Kickoff and moved 67 Yards in nine plays to take an 8-0 Lead Marks scored from the eight and quarterback Greg Goode ran the Point after Over. Artis Williams carried for the major gain in the drive a 30-Yard run on a pitch from Goode a we got moving real Quick a Boyles added a and we should have scored a couple More times we were Down there but penalties moved us Back a i feel films will show our downfield blocking was Good against Smith and Marks ran like a truck Kearns also had a Good game a he said the Bison moved Only to the Smith 30 in the second Quarter and held an 8-0 Lead at halftime. Smith threatened once in the first half after blocking a Central punt and taking Over at the Bison 20 the eagles picked up a first Down at the eight but could get no deeper than the six i against the Central defense which formed a Wall to Stop Smith for four plays. It was t until time was running out in the third Quarter that the Bison got it moving again but fumbled the Ball away at the six after moving from their 35 Smith punted out of the situation but Central came charging right Back to score on a four Vard run by Marks a 28-Yard pass from Goode to Darrel Mclean set up the touchdown the very next time with the Ball Central drove 65 Yards in nine plays. This time Jake Hagler ripped off the midget football my league standing Marks from Page 8a final 25 Yards on a run around left end Hegler had carried 21 Yards on the third play of the drive quarterback Ronald Garrett connected with end Darrell Mcclellan on a 42-Yard pass play which put the eagles in scoring position with time running out in the game two plays after the pass tailback Kevin Washington crashed Over from the two with 33 seconds to play for Smiths Only to now the Bison turn to Reynolds a team Boyles considers the Best on the Central schedule. A Reynolds is the Best team in be seen this season. We will have to play a Good game to stay with Novice tourney scheduled the High Point Novice Winter warm up is scheduled for nov. I at the j. Brooks Reitzel Tennis Center. The tourney will feature mensa and a omens singles doubles and mixed doubles. To meet qualifications the player must be listed in the local Telephone directory the prospective player must also have not reached the quarterfinals of a City or sanctioned tournament the tourney is also open to juniors. Deadline for entry is oct. 29 entry Blanks can be attained at Reitzel Tennis Center and Emerywood country club Hedgecock Armstrong Bentwood Cedro Oakview Allen Jay Goldston Mon to leu w l s 0 i j 7 i i i 0 vote no Abc Issue november 2 Bio scientific medication works quickly for hours to vicious Helling even personal membrane itching breakfast club with a 14-6 record the pin busters hold first a tie Tor second Between the Alley Kitten and the muffins with a 12-8 record High team game goes to the Alley Kittens with a 580 and High team series goes to the Road runners with a 1640 Laverne Fidler had High game with a 180 and Beverly Jamison had High series with a 469 Amanda Banegas rolled a triple score of 115 Martha Asbury picked up the 5-7 no you can gel fast Long lasting Relief from the torture of itching. 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Eckerd drugs Martin said a then we re Gonna take off the wheels then we re Gonna work on the Radiator then the Carburettor we re Gonna work our Way right through to the Trinity from Page 8a Back Craig Holley threw a 45 the second with establishing Yard completion to William Smith to set the bulldog squad up for their Only touchdown at the Trinity 14 five plays later Jackie Hoover crashed Over his right Side from two Yards out but the Pat was wide leaving the score 6-0 with seven minutes left in the first Quarter. Trinity took the ensuing Kickoff and moved from their 18 to the Thomasville 34 in 9 plays. That Monkey that Wall made reference to must have sneaked on the Field at this Point As senior running Back Eddie Hutto seemed headed for pay dirt on an inside reverse he broke two tackles but lost control of the Ball on the five Yard line and fumbled Trinity recovered but gave up the Ball on Downs a that was a big play for us Quot Wall said. A if Hutto Nan t fumbled we would have sacred by i thought our kids bounced Back real Well from that Trinity did Bounce Back Well As four series later they gained Possession on their two Yard line after a Brilliant goal line stand held the Thomasville squad four times from the four from the two. Trinity put together a 98-Vard March spearheaded by quarterback Tim Gulledge. Gulledge who gave Thomasville fits All night with the pass or option run was personally accountable for All 98 Yards he rushed for 54 Yards and connected on three passes for 44 Yards with the score coming on a 27-Yard scamper around left end the Point after was blocked by a hard Rushing Jeff Henderson of Thomasville and the teams ended the half tied at 6-6. Trinity who moved the Ball Well in the first half seemed to have difficulties in Ragsdale from Page 9a Danny Sellars then pushed the Ball Over from the two Lopez a Rick was Ture and Ragsdale had a 7-0 Lead six minutes later the tigers scored again on a two Yard blast by Pate the drive covered 73 Yards in la plays Lopez s kick was wide and the tigers had seen their last Points of the evening. Cummings Lone score Carne on a four Yard run by Booker. Huffman a kick was no Good the final score 13-6 any consistency. Brown Felt that this was largely due to the improved second half play of both defensive ends and tackles a your tackles and ends played a lot better in the second halt and kept Gulledge from being As effective As he was in the first both teams saw second half drives stopped on penalties. Thomasville moved to the Trinity 21 Early in the third period but a personal foul and a Prisant defensive play by Trinity s Walter Ashe stopped the drive from there Trinity moved to the t Ville 15. But a delay of game and two clipping penalties moved them out of Thomasville territory. Late in the fourth period Thomasville found itself backed against its own goal line after Gulledge who does the punting for Trinity had set one Down on the one Yard line running backs Scottie Richardson and Holley of Thomasville moved the Ball out to the 25 before punting to Trinity and setting up the dramatic finish Trinity took Possession on its own 25 with 1 59 remaining Trinity going for the win saw a first Down Gulledge pass fall incomplete on second Down a Strong defensive Rush sacked Gulledge for a five Yard loss and on third Down Gulledge a pass was intercepted by Thomasville John Harper on the Trinity 42 Harper moved the Ball to the Trinity 23 with i 04 left. After three running plays. Holley tried to pass into the end zone for the score but it fell incomplete and Bowers nailed Down the Victory with the 21 Yard Field goal on fourth Down. Brown pointed to the blocked extra Point As being a big Factor at the time it did t seem that important but if Trinity had been leading 7-6 when he had to punt late in the game it probably could have run the clock the win puts Thomasville at 7-0 and tied for the conference Lead with Lexington the jackets Are also 7-0. The bulldogs from Thomasville travel to Kannapolis next for Trinity the heartbreaking loss dropped it to a 4-3 and left Wall concerned with the rest of the year Quot i Hope we can Bounce Back from this we really put a lot of Effort into the game and we take on Asheboro next and the comets always play us Tough a the last thing you need is Anomer lecture on How much Good the 55 mph Speed limit can do. What you really need to know Are the facts. Fact of even xxx by slowed Down to 55, wed save As much As eight and a half million Gallons of gasoline a Day. P act. In 1975,9400 fewer people were killed on our highways than in 1973, when Speed limits were allele 55. The Point is the 55 mph Speed limit Isnit simply something we can take or leave. Its a Law. With tickets and fines and All the rest just like any other Law and its my Job to make sure it gets the Chance to work. Not just because its a Good idea. But because itis the Law. A a a Public service of i newspaper the u s department of transportation and the advertising Council

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