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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - October 29, 1976, High Point, North Carolina By pin shins take Wijtyk Shinn. There a photographer working at the Enterprise who is known to some of his intimate relations As Hawk. The Why is another Story but Hawk sometimes helps me make these picks for the Atlantic coast conference football season. But Hawk has a problem two really he always wants Points and Duke saying he can t bet against the Blue devils. But be turns right around and has All kinds of bad things to say about his team whenever they lose after the last two weeks performances by Duke i can to say i really blame him by reasonable standards. Duke should not be As bad As it has shown lately. A couple More games like the one against Maryland and there won t be enough Points to even get a bet with Hawk the Blae devils will be Back Tell Agata this saturday along with other members of the conference. It will be a Boac reference game Aga Laet Long time rival Georgia tech la Durham. Elsewhere. Corollas to at Wake Forest re Tacky at Mary Load state at South Carol Ina Virginia is. Vii at Norfolk and Clemson at Florida state. All Are i so games except a 7 31 game la Florida. The standings wont change much with the one conference game this will be a week for teams to try to improve their Overall records that s something Hawk and i can stand too. What with a split Over last week for a season of 25-13-3. Here s a carious evaluation of this saturday s crop. Carolina 9-1, i at Wake Forest Ltd 3-5 new in t necessarily better Carolina showed that in beating East Carolina and if the situation arises you can look for the same ingredient to be put in the mixture again the ingredient is a 20-year-old football that two tar Heel Hooters found in the equipment room and used to kick East Carolina you can bet they la have it As part of Standard equipment this week still it s not a Good thing to depend on Field goals As your main source of attack with the defense holding though a team does t need As Many Points the thing about Wake is it gets wins Over unc when it urn t supposed to coach Chuck Mills denies his team was looking past Virginia in that loss rather he says the team took Virginia too lightly. That a something that won t happen this week and ifs another Honor for safety Bill Armstrong already picked for one postseason ail Star game it has been announced he will also play in the Hula bowl. That does t have anything to do with tomorrow s game though. Wake Forest by just a nod. 24-17. Georgia tech 3-3-1 at Duke 3-3-1 a tech had an unbeaten freshman team in 1973. So it should have meant a blossoming of Talent this season. Things did t Start that Way. However and coach Pepper Rodgers has had some disturbing moments since september the yellow jackets Are Back on target now it seems and May be catching Duke at a Good time. It will take a Superior Job of motivation from the players and coach to snap Back from last week s lots a sunday workout followed that defeat As Mike Mcgee tries to keep from letting the season slip away. Quot we can t let one disappointment set us Back from having a great he says. Quot i Don t think we will. Well find out saturday. Techs running backs Are As Good As any Well see this season with the exception of Pitt. And they re an improving team Quot assistant coach to Forte goes a step further in calling the yellow jackets the fastest team on the Duke schedule. Now that tech has dropped the Wishbone and gone to the veer the opponents have been in trouble Dukes in trouble again tech is the pick 21-14. Stale 3-4-1 at South Carolina 5-3 a being an Independent us must impress any bowl scouts hanging around the gamecocks have played some Good games even in losing efforts it should be a Good offensive show Between state s Johnny Evans and us quarterback Ron Bass. Runners Are abundant with Ted Brown facing off against Clarence Williams in other words the defences of both teams will literally have to have their hands full to Stop the other team s attack and the 50,000-plus fans expected to Stop a by will keep the chill off what May be a Cool afternoon. A Point in favor of the gamecocks is the artificial playing surface. A difficult Choice but South Carolina has a lot Riding on the outcome. For that reason give the gamecocks a 35-28 pick to win. Kentucky 4-3 at Maryland 7-0 a Kentucky students have come up with something new in boating. They made one out of Cement that really will float. A school with people that smart should have them working on ways to beating the fifth ranked team. This is Maryland a Steve Atkins last Chance to get Back in the running for Rushing honors. He dropped out after missing last week s game and if he misses another he won t have enough games left to be counted in Mcaa statistics. The last time Kentucky visited Maryland it won. But that was a Long time ago 1956at that time the terms were on a five game losing Streak now its the other Way around. Larry Dick has recovered enough to sub for quarterback Mark manges taking some pressure off there. Maryland is the Choice 24-21. Virginia 14 is. Vii 3-5 a despite last weeks win Virginia still has a 10-game no conference losing Streak. The cars Are last in the league in Rushing. Nobody has quite figured out How they beat Wake Forest. And they did it without Billy Copeland who is gone with a head injury. A min a biggest weapon is being fifth in the country in pass defense of the Cavaliers go to enough wide option plays they can hang on for a 20-15 win. Clemson 1-44 at Florida state 1-5 a last year the seminoles scored 43 Points at Clemson in a rout. The quarterback has changed but the veer is still around. If you place emphasis on the kicking game Florida state has punted 36 times so far and allowed 33 Yards in return yardage. Favor state 28-10. Mcgee shares Golf Lead Pensacola. Map a Jerry Mcgee if building a new Home in Ohio which should be ready for occupancy in a couple of weeks Quot ifs got a trophy room in it Quot Mcgee said and grinned. Quot and i be Only got one trophy it sure would be Nice to get another one Quot he took a step in that direction with a four under 67 that gave Mcgee a share of the first round Lead in the 1125 000 Pensacola open Golf tournament thursday the event that last year prodded him with the Only trophy he now owns Quot after playing on the tour As Long As i have. I did t think it would happen but i was really nervous on the first tee. Quot Mcgee said Quot in be never been a defending Champion before there s a lot of Pride on the tour play i really wanted to play Well it was awfully important to me i did t putt particularly wed but i played that last nine about As Well As i can play and i will play Well the rest of the Way of i can get that Putter rolling a Little. I will be in the Mcgee who mused Only one Green and did t have a five on his card played his Back nine in 32 a and had to do it to hold off the afternoon challenges of Tommy Aaron John Schlee and Bob Mio Phy. Who matched Moe a Effort on the 6.549-Yard Pensacola country club course and took a share of the top spot Tom Weiskopf. Former Champion Lee elder Grier Jones. Bob e. Smith and manaves were just one stroke Back at 68 u s. Open Champion Jerry Pate playing before his Hometown friends and neighbors could do no better in Mcgee on 76 person advances in is seniors East Davidson s Scott Lambe 16 pushes Oft West s Handy Comer <60� Pinehurst it apr three time Champion Curtis person of Memphis. Tenn., shot even Golf for a 6 and 5 Victory Over defending Champion Harry Welch in the first round of championship flight match play in the 25th North and South senior tournament the match was thursday. Person 66, won the Day s my it one sided match from the Salisbury broadcast executive. A former Duke University football player person won this event three times from 1966 through 1969 and twice won the u. S Golf association senior title he swept the first three holes with fours and was in command the rest of the Way medallist de Ervasti of London ont., Canadian seniors Champion managed a i up Victory Over Clay Felts of Matthews in the first of the Day eight matches play was held up some 15 minutes to allow the greens to thaw which they did under a warm Sun following near freezing overnight temperature Over the 6,450 Yard no 2 course of the Pinehurst country club two former College football players also won Paul Severin of Richmond. Aives takes key win 28-24 East loses on s by Sarah sue Ingram Enterprise sports writer Thomasville a Little bit extra and it would have been the biggest upset of the season in the Central Carolina conference but East Davidson could t get Quot it Quot a the extra referring to Pointe on conversions and so West Davidson took Home a 28-24 Victory from a night of bitter cold football in the match game 78, both teams filled in Blanks on the scoreboard with big plays to thrill a capacity crowd thursday night in the season finale for both teams Loyal fans braved the whipping winds and Bone chilling cold As the heavy underdog Golden eagles a Tbs Bah Point enter Blob sports Friday october 29, 1976 Page 3b a marts tigers rip Jaybird by Larry Dawalt special to the Enterprise ignoring freezing temperatures on the coldest football night of the 1976 season Randleman demolished Allen Jay 49-12 thursday night at Allen Jay stadium the powerful tigers were too much for Allen Jay in the Early going As the visitors ran up a 21-0 Lead in the first Quarter from that Point the Tiger defense held the Jaybird in their own territory most of the time while the Randleman offence continued to invade goal at the Jaybird five and Jinan scored again on the next play to give the tigers a 27-6 Lead the tigers scored first Tim Auman was again die slur for the tigers As he scored 32 Points on five touchdowns and one run he amassed 2uu Yards on the ground and had several Long kick returns he left the game Early in the third Quarter a he s just a great football player Quot Randleman coach Charlie Gregory commented a i thought our whole offence played Good football the Jaybird took the opening Kickoff but fumbled on their second play from scrimmage and Kevin Karlow pounced on the Ball for the tigers at the Jaybird 18 from there it took Auman two carries to reach the end zone Allen Jay started again rom its 41 and marched to the Tiger 36 before another Fumble killed the drive. Randleman took four plays to score As Auman executed a 49-Yard run to give his team a 14-0 Lead after the handle in ans third touchdown was also scored by Auman As he capped a five play 61-Yard drive with a one Yard scoring plunge Allen Jay got on the Board in the second Quarter As Craig Greer pulled off a 51-Yard sprint to reach the Tiger end zone. After the two teams exchanged punts Randleman started its fourth scoring drive with 3 33 left to play in the first half. A 39-Yard pass play from quarterback Tim Routh to Wingback Danny Hutchins gave the tigers a first and Ragsdale out in volleyball Ragsdale got some bad news in volleyball thursday and some Good news in Tennis the volleyball team was eliminated from state playoff action by Greensboro Dudley 15-7, 13-15, 12-15, 15-12, 15-8 the doubles Tennis team of Susan Foster and Jean Wilson Are playing today in the second round of the Central 4a tournament at Tanglewood and Sandra Whicker is playing in the singles finals in the third period and again it was Auman. This time from one Yard out for a 35-6 Lead Randleman next touchdown was a 17-Yard pass play from Routh to halfback David Callicut the final Tiger score was a three Yard dash by Scott Brown the Jaybird scored with Only eight seconds left in the game As quarterback Mike Burdette hit fullback Keith Yarbrough on a screen pass that covered 32 Yards Allen Jay ends its season with a 1-9 record while the tigers now 6-3 will end their season next thursday night in Randleman against Denton. Scoring summary Randleman ii i ii 7 a 4 All jay0 a 0 a a ii r Auman la run Cobb a pm r a Auman 4v run crib it air r Auman one run Cribbis kick i a j Grier is run run Lilied Jauman live run Yauman run a Auman one run kick Lilied r a Callicut la past from route or bbl pfc a Brown three run Cribbet kick a j a Yarborough i rom Bur or be i failed matched the Green dragons in touchdowns but not in extra Points Quot we played our hearts out lauded East head coach Howard Hayes afterwards Quot we did t Lay Down and quit when we could have our Guys just really sucked it up and played football but West is big and Strong and tremendously Quick i still say they re one of the Best in the league Quot West head coach Joe Young whose team finished the season with a 7-3 record but did not earn the conference s Only berth to the state playoffs was less enthusiastic about the final game. Quot a 7-3 record is not bad for some places but it is for us Quot Young said Quot i never really got excited about this game tonight until we got on the bus to come Over Here i was t surprised about the score because we never play Good against West had 95 Yards in penalties thursday night while East had 15. But penalties were not a Factor in the contest. Big plays were. Troy Bauernfiend made the first one when he recovered East s Only lost Fumble of the night on the Eagle 22-Yard line. And four plays later West scored on Tim Myers six Yard run on a pitch out. A bad snap on the attempt left kicker Dale Griffin takes Jamestown Griffin Junior High seventh and eighth Grade team scored two touchdowns and conversion Points thursday night and held on to hand Jamestown its first defeat of the season Ray Carter threw strikes of four and five Yards to Frankie Gill and Greg Dye respectively for the 16-12 win. Gill led the Griffin defenders with two interceptions Terry Wood Harry Gray Billy Bungardner. Dye and Larry Mckee were also defensive stalwarts for Griffin Morris Exxon car Center is now open specializing in a tune ups a Brake repair service a air conditioning repair service a full line of mechanical service a tires a batteries Road service 2101 n. Main at Westchester phone 869-4090 Harold g. Morris a owner Snider backing off and Holder Scott Yarborough forced to take a sack from East s Ricky Maynard in the first fouled up conversion of the night. There were More to come two other first half drives by the dragons were stopped when Butch Denhardt intercepted a pass and Tim Whitley recovered a Fumble but West scored again before halftime when Yarborough never broke stride As he ran under Snider s 29-Yard touchdown strike. This time Myers ran around left end and went in standing up for the crucial two Point conversion for a 14-0 Lead at intermission. East came out roaring in the third Quarter driving 65 Yards and scoring on Derick Apple s 19-Yard, tackle breaking scamper. But he was stopped on the conversion and the scoreboard stayed 14-6 West took the following Kickoff and used up the rest of the third Quarter moving Down the Field the highlight being a 34-Yard pass from Jody Shoaf to Jan Myers. On the second play of the fourth Quarter the dragons took it in with Bill Butts going off tackle one Yard for the score East then came up with its biggest play of the night As Whitley took the Kickoff at hts own 17-Yard line zigzagged through a mass of defenders and left Charles Crouch diving at his heels for an 83-Yard return his touchdown made it 20-12 after the eagles were denied the conversion. The score did t stay that Way Long though because four plays later Snider hit Yarborough again with a 54-Yard bomb and Jay Temple was All alone in the end zone to receive the pass for West a final two Points of the night East scored twice More an Apple s 36-Yard burst after Danny Tharp threw the Block to Spring him and on Scott Lambe s dive Over on the keeper with i 06 left in the game the eagles tried an on sides kick but the Ball went backwards two Yards. West took Over at the East 38 and ran out the clock Myers led All rushers with 103 Yards. 75 in the first half before he pinched a nerve in his Back. Butts had 81 and Snider 49 Apple had 76 Yards and Lambe added 61 As the eagles rushed for 171 Yards and passed for 84 West had 233 on the ground and 157 in the air scoring summary w division Sio is is e Soavi How 0 0 i i is to Nyiri i run fun #h#9 to Yarborough w rom Sulpar or re run eds Appl is run run flirt to bum i run Iron allowed in Flay of kick of return run a it and to Yarborough is past from a Dor Timpl pot from Jimdar to a Appl u run Fariad de Lamb i run Amiad All american end at North Carolina in 1939 40. Beat John Dottle of Southern Pines 2 and i and Sam mar Tan. Former Columbia player from Glenside pa., beat Des Sullivan of Myrtle Beach s c., i up other results Nett Croonquist Edina. Minn. Beat John Morrell. Charlotte 2 and i. James Mgley. Glen Cove. N beat Arthur Lefelar. Glen Ridge n. J ,4 and 2 James Kayser. Hilton head Island. S Beat ame Prada. Pinehurst. 2 and i Ernest Hirschoff. Syracuse n a. Beat de Johnston. Richmond. A3 and 2 today s quarterfinal pairings Kov Asti Croonquist. Quot Ingley Ramaci. Severin Kaiser. Person Hirs Ehoff Emily Millis is new coach at Trinity Trinity Emily Millis will take Over As the new girls basketball coach at Trinity this year she reports to work today. Taking Over the teaching and coaching duties previously assigned to Linda English a former girls coach at Allen Jay before she came to Trinity English resigned both positions. Millis graduated from High Point Central High school and from High Point College she will teach ninth Grade physical education and coach a Spring sport in addition to basketball boys club hosts wrestling the High Point boy s club Are bringing some bigger boys to town saturday night in the form of professional wrestling entertainment. Air plane spinning and crab holding will begin at 8 of clock vote Kathy Derrick for Register of deeds paid Tor by Dunn boringl0 a a let s be Progress adi"1 simple As Idle vote yes nov. 2 l to a he 4 Benr to in i turd t Alm no c in just received Large shipment of cd radios As much As 50% off Model 123a Pace was h69y5 now $84 we All cd radios Are adaptable to 40 Channel now have Motorola cd s in Stock All with Power Mic. Cd by Pace Pearce Simpson amp Motorola your Complete cd Headquarters for cd radios accessories and antennas bobs to sales amp service 906 Lindsay St. Call 885-4721

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