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High Point Enterprise (Newspaper) - September 19, 1976, High Point, North Carolina Ioc Quot High Point Enterprise. Sunday. September 19, 1976 Kings Island Golf scores Miami opens 47-0 Gottfried Ramirez win in net doubles Vason Ohio apr third round scores saturday in the j1soooo Ohio Kings Island open Golf Center in the Par-70. 6,37 Yard Nicolaus go f Canter Andy North Mac my Tendon Tom Weiskopf Ben Crenshaw Mike Hill Danny Edwards Bob e Smith Fred Marti Perry Leslie Gary Brewer Gary Brewer Larry Nelson Bob Zender Bruce Luettke Barry Jaeckel de Sabo alien Miller Danny Edwards Kermit Barley Jack Nicklaus Leonard Thompson David Graham Tom punier Peter Oosterhuis David Linostrom Tommy Aaron son Cerrudo Mason Rudolph Dave Newquist Mark Hayes John Gentile Bobby Cole John Lister Bill Gratien Bill a i Ion Mike Wynn �T�49-66 -201 69-68-67-204 69-0--205 69-09-59�?205 70-64-73 207 66-71 70 207 67-70-71 20 69-69-70-20 71-669-20 67-71 70-20 67-71 70 20 6 7367-20 6869 72-209 69 6-72-209 6 7368-209 69 71-69 209 7069-70-209 66 71-71-209 70-68-71-209 7169 69 209 67 74 68 209 70 67 73-210 69 74 67-210 71 67 72-210 70-66 74 210 726 8 70 210 67-73-70-210 7169 70 210 73-66-71-210 7168 71-210 73-6869 210 6968-73-210 667-75-210 67-72-72 -211 69 71 71-211 68 73-70-211 Rod Funseth Dan Sikes Miller Barber Jim Dent fully Zoe Iier Mike waiters Gary Koch Jim Thorpe d cd Crawford Rod curl Bruce Fisher Dennis Meyer Phil Rodgers Ron Terry Woody Blackburn Jerry Mcgee Lynn Lott Jim Masserio Bobby Wadkins George Cadie Victor Regalado Jack Ewing Mike Mccullough Jim Colbert Steve Melynk Jerry heard Wally Armstrong Bob Wallace Bill Brask Gary Winn Bill Pelham Sandy Galbraith Randy Erskine Don Pooley Terry Diehl Rocky Thompson Lanny Wadams Bob Shaw Greg Powers Rene Garia 69 70-72�?211 72 7168 211 71 70-70-211 69 7369-211 69 69 73-211 73 68-71-212 7071-71-212 69 74 69-212 73 7069 212 75 669 -212 707073-213 726 8 73-213 70 70 73 213 7071 72-213 71 71-71-213 7070-73 213 71-72 70 213 69 72 72 213 72 71-70�? 213 7267-74-213 706 9 75 214 7072 72 214 736 9 72 214 69-73-72-214 72-70-72-214 706 8 76 214 67 72 76-215 68 74-73�?215 71 71-73-215 71-72 72-215 69 74 72-215 70-73-73-216 73 7 0 73 216 66-75-75-216 73 7 0 73 -216 to 71-76-216 71 71-75-217 72-71 74 217 72-71-75-218 77 71 to 218 royals Edge White sox Kansas City a Jim Wohlford s ninth inning single his third hit of the game scored Fred patek from second base and gave the Kansas City royals a 6-5 Victory Over the Chicago White sox saturday night. The royals Victory protected their 5�?~2-game Lead Over Oakland in the american league West. The a s nipped Texas 3-2 in an afternoon game. Patek opened the inning with a single and moved to second on a sacrifice by Buck Martinez before scoring the winning run. The White sox had tied the game in the eighth on Jim Essian s single and a double by Lemar Johnson. Amos Otis bases loaded single in the fifth gave the royals a 5-4 Lead. With one out. Al cow ens and George Brett singled and Hal Mcrae was hit by a pitch loading the bases and setting up Otis two run line drive single to Center. A single by Bucky Dent following a triple by Kevin Bell had moved the White sox into a 4-3 Lead in their half of the fifth Larry Gura. 2-0, the fifth royals Pitcher was the Winner while Ken Brett. 10-10. Was the loser Chicago a r h by banisters 3 111 brohamr2b 3 0 11 Johns Only 2 0 12 Ortado 2 0 0 0 waste mph 2 0 0 0 pm Eliyah 0 0 0 0 Lemont 4 0 10 Spencer pm 10 0 0 hair Storf 0 0 0 0 Garraf kbem3b Dent is Essian Edwn Mac k Brett p Kansas City a r Tibi Wohlf Orlf cow Ensaf gbrett3b Mcra Edh Otist s 0 3 i 4 110 4 110 3 0 10 3 12 2 May Berryle 3 10 0 5 0 0 0 4 12 0 5 12 1 4 2 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 fwhite2b Patekis smrt ionic Fitim Crisp by Knop Mingoria Littell Surap i i i 4 12 1 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 total 35 5 to 5 total 33 6 la 5 one out when winning run scored Chicago 120 010 010 -5 Kansas City 000 320 001�? 6 e Brohamer lob Chicago 12, Kan Sas City 6 7b Brohamer l Johnson Job Bannister k sch so Dent patek s j Marline of Al Johnson Bannister in r for by so 6 5 2 2 k Brett l 10-10 8 1-3 11 Fitzmorris 12-3 5 3 3 i i Bruno 0 0 0 0 11 a Maori 3 1-3 j i i 2 \ Litten 2 2-3 2 i i 3 i Gura ism 11 3 2 0 0 0 i hip by k Brett Mcrae we min gon t 7 35 a-24 955 gamecocks from Page in left Side from la Yards out almost untouched it completed a 56-Yard drive in eight plays Fusco s try for the extra Point was wide. As the first Quarter was nearing an end. Fusco tried a Field goal from 46 Yards out that was Way Short the Blue devils did t really get Oft to much of a Start on any of their drives As the first two Gamecock kickoffs carried into the end zone and prevented any run Back attempt when Gore scored. Uso already had its to Points. The gamecocks went 64 Yards in nine plays on the opening series with Williams doing most of the damage Long wiggled off right tackle from three Yards out at to 58 and after the extra Point kick it was 7-0. A Duke miscue set up the other first half score Bob Grupp had to Field a fourth Down kicking snap on first Bounce. He tried to run and then pass out of trouble but was run out of Bounds instead giving South Carolina a shot from the Duke 17 after three plays netted Only gains to the la. Parrish set up a Field goal try from the 16 this one was Good counting As a 26-yarder to Complete the first half scoring Duke s defense stiffened after that and got to Bass on several occasions to take away some of the yardage gained by Williams in the total statistical column in fact the gamecocks spent the rest of the half punting except for one Long pass to Philip Logan inside the Duke 20 As time ran out buckeyes from Page 9c Yard. Second period drive Ohio state missed two Point conversion run attempts after each score coach Joe paternos Penn state Kittany Lions on the verge of their first shutout in 106 games rallied on a 15-play. 87-Yard March it was capped with six minutes remaining in the fourth Quarter by freshman Matt Suhey s one Yard touchdown dive. Penn state twice in the second period tailed to score against the Ohio state defense after picking up first Downs at the buckeyes five Ray Griffin intercepted a pass in the end zone blunting first threat and Joe Geise fumbled the Ball away the second time after Penn state s touchdown coach Woody Hayes crunching Ohio state ground game ate up All but one minute 41 seconds of the final six minutes handing the Lions their first loss of the season after an opening game Triumph Over Stanford a week ago. When Penn state got the Ball Back at its 20 after an Ohio state punt rolled into the end zone with less than two minutes to play the Lions had 80 Yards to go and no timeouts left quarterback John Andress picked up one first Down with a 13-Yard pass and ran for seven Yards before stepping out of Bounds to Stop the clock on his next throw however Ohio states Kelton Dansler intercepted with i 14 remaining Miami apr quarterback e j Baker and running Back Ottis Anderson led an awesome offensive display saturday night As the University of Miami opened its foot Ball season by burying defenceless Florida state 47-0 Anderson a Sophomore who lettered last year ran 16 times 76 Yards and scored the first touchdown on an eight Yard run Baker a Sophomore making his first appearance completed All three of his passes for 89 Yards and gained 82 Yards in four carries including 55 Yards for a second half to on an option run. The hurricanes who had a 28 record last year jumped to a 31-0 half time Lead despite heavy substituting by coach Jarl Selmer Field goal wins for Razorbacks Little Rock. Ark. Apr Arkansas placekicker Steve Little booted Field goals of 57. 53 and 20 Yards As the 12thranked Razorbacks Defeated Oklahoma state 16-10 saturday night. The Arkansas defense led by end Johnnie Meadors needed Little help the Razorbacks recovered three fumbles intercepted two passes and stopped the cowboys at every turn the Razorbacks had lost to Osu three straight years Arkansas was forced to play conservatively on offence because quarterback Mike Scott elevated to the first team when Ron Calcagni was injured last week was making his first Start. Scott did not attempt to pass in the game. Woodlands Tex. Apr top seeded Brian Gottfried and haul Ramirez wasted a two set Lead but finally Defeated determined Sherwood Stewart and Fred Mcnair 7-6. 6-3, 4-6, 4-6. 75 saturday to gain the finals of the $100,000 . Professional doubles championships Gottfried and Ramirez had dominated play in winning the first two sets and Stewar Mcnair had rallied with the next two sets. Then Lauda a. Union nips Smith 14-13 Richmond. A a Robert Gibson s one Yard run at the end of a 75-Yard drive with 6 38 left saturday night gave Virginia unions panthers a 14-13 Central intercollegiate athletic association football Victory Over Johnson c. Smith s Golden bulls the Golden bulls now 1-1, had gone ahead 13-7 in the final period on a Lour Yard run by Ernest Williams the games top ground gainer with 127 Yards on 126 carries a amp to edges . State Greensboro no. Api a North Carolina a amp to trailing until Ronald Scott squeezed in from the a Vard line in the final seconds of the fourth period took a 15-14 Victory Over South Carolina state in a College football game saturday night . State scored first but not until the third Quarter when Kenny brow n rambled 45 Yards with a pass from Jesse Prather Prather went in from one Yard out later in the third for state s other score giving n c a amp to a 14-0 deficit in the fourth Quarter it took Maryland just two plays to set up the Atkins touchdown after defensive Back Doug Harbert picked off a Dan Kendra pass and returned it 36 Yards to West Virginia s 35vard line manges then threw to White for 20 Yards and Atkins scored a play later the Only scoring of the second half came with 7 07 left in the game when the terms a Mike Sochko kicked a 23-Varri Field goal wingless from Page in hitting Hawkins with a 44 Yard pass to set up the touchdown Pete Conaty booted a pair of Field goals in the second Quarter of 34 and 31 Yards and added another in the third period from 24 Yards out state rallied in the third Quarter with Brown scoring touchdowns on runs of 20 and 14 Yards but East Carolinas potent attack out of the Wishbone formation ground out 80 time consuming Yards on its Way to another touchdown that put the game out of reach from Page 6c Lauda said Quot it s now just a matter of letting the skin grafts heal properly and to be on guard for any infection. Quot i plan to improve my health rest for awhile and get ready to really be on form at the Glen and the Canadian later this month there will be a meeting in Paris of grand prix racing s sanctioning body concerning appeals Over a number of rules infractions and penalties assessed this season some affecting Hunt and the tight Points race. Quot what they do will determine How the rest of the season is run by Ferrari a said Lauda one of two Drivers for the italian Marque Quot if they do not change the Points i will Lead by Only five going into Canada and i will have to attack. Quot i will have to go for the win. Quot when Canada is Over then we will see where we Are for the Glen. But five Points is not enough with Hunt in his first season with team Mclaren always has done Well at the twisty 3 77-mile Glen circuit. Of his close rival a personal Friend despite the heated sometimes controversial Points battled Lauda says Quot first he is a very Good competitor and a Good Driver. And he has a Good car with the Mclaren a very Good car. That combination should go As Well at the Glen As it has at every race this year. Quot James has been very Good at Watkins Glen in the past and the Mclaren went very Good there last year with Emerson Baker from Page 6c in ahead of Petty for fifth. Petty who has had poor Luck in ibo events and never performed Well actually ran his Best race to Date even leading one Lap for his first Lead Ever in the series. The first wreck of the Day involved five cars and sent James Hunt to the Hospital for a Quick checkup. He was not injured the wreck started when David Pearson tried to Bull Between two cars but found the door closed when he put on the brakes he found himself in the Middle of a pack of cars spinning to avoid him Johncock Rutherford Hunt and Scheckter All experienced damage in the resulting pileup and Hunt spun his car into the Blunt end of the front Straightaway guard rail. Two laps later on Lap la Al Hulbert got sideways coming out of the fourth turn and brushed the Wall resulting tire problems slowed him Down for an eighth place finish the third wreck of the race started when Foyt nudged Bobby Unser from behind going into turn one on the 39th Lap Foyt got by but Unser spun into the guard rail As Rutherford Baker and Petty All Slid through the turn and missed him Bobby Unser who finished Lith and Foyt seemed to be the class of the Field until that Point. There were 25 Lead changes among seven Drivers in the competitive showdown Foyt had much better Luck in the indy car race although runner up Johncock protested that a j. Illegally passed cars during a caution period Vandy from Page in first Field goal. On Vandy s second touchdown drive Wright picked up a big first Down at the three on a third and six situation the games key defensive play came when Vlandy linebacker Randy Sittason intercepted a Mcglamry pass on the Wake Forest 43 Wright scored the decisive touchdown six plays later. After Vandyn a last touchdown Wake Forest drove to the commodores 32 a 50-Yard Field goal by rely was Short with 7 22 remaining. The match came Down to the final set where Gottfried Ramirez took a 4-1 Lead breaking Mcnair in the fourth game. The eventual losers escaped two match Points in the ninth game to break an off form Gottfried on Mcnairs net shot Between Gottfried and Ramirez. Tho match then appeared headed for its second tiebreaker when Mcnair took a 40-love Lead on his serve in the 12th game. Then Ramirez Gottfried pulled it out on two errors by Mcnair and a net shot cutaway by Ramirez to bring up a third match Point Gottfried who did not play to top form in the match then got the match Point with net shot put away. Quot if we could have got to the tie breaker i think we would have won. Because we were returning service Well a Mcnair said. Quot but i m not disappointed. I m proud of Sherwood and in a pleased with us that we did no to quit. We re working it All out Quot Ramirez said the matches Between the two teams Are getting tougher. Quot the last two times we re played we beat them easy the first time and they beat us easy the next time this was t Stewart and Mcnair got off to a slow Start in the match Quot that s been a Stewart said. Quot we just Start out slow thinking no one can break us in the first set. Then after we get behind we get All fired that a the Way it worked in saturdays match Stewar Mcnair handed Ramirez his first service break in the tournament in the fourth game of the third set to get the advantage. Stewart Mcnair then pounced on Gottfried in the fourth set breaking the former Trinity University state in the third and seventh games. In the other semifinal match Allan Stone and Phil Dent finally disposed of Ismail Elshafei and Brian Fairlie 7-6, 7-6, 6-7. 63 to earn the right to face Gottfried Ramirez in sunday s $30,000 final. I a Welcome to your town. Food Stamps Welcome 111 these prices Good All week Quantity rights reserved Smithfield is j smoked picnics la. Save 31 per Pound u8da Choice beef round Steak 27 Tull Cut Bone in la. Save Bot per Pound us a Choice top round or Bottom round Steak or roast. La $147 Golden St of Armour Star turkeys la. Save 22c per Pound lean tender cubed Steak 47 la. 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