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Tliursday, December 2. 1971
THE KINGS MOUNTAIN HERALD. KINGS MOUNTAIN. N. C.
By GARY STEWART
Notes and comments on the Kings Mountain Invita
tional Basketball Tournament, coming up this weekend
at Kings Mountain Community Center:
Imagine how powerful a team you'd have if you could
choose an all-star team from the four clubs participating
in the KM Invitational. From all four teams combined the
top ofiensive performers from last year are Gardner-
Webb’s George Adams (27.8 scoring average), Elon’s Tom
my Colo (23.2), St. Augustine’s Curtis Pritchett (20.9),
B.trber-ScoL'ia’s John Steele (19.5) and Gardner-Webb’s
Henry Boyd (18.6). . .
Elon’s 6-9 junior center, Larry Trautwein, appears to
be the deadliest shot in the tournament. The All-Carolinas
Conference standout led the Carolinas Conference in field
goal accuracy last year, hitting 60 percent of his shots.
No oLhei player in the touiiiaiiieiH can niateh that mark,
but St. Augustine’s Pritchett can come close. He hit 59
percent of his field goal efforts. . .
As far as accuracy goes this year, however, no player
• can compare with Gardner-Webb’s Adams, a Kings Moun
tain High product. Adams is averaging 36 points per game
and is hitting close to 70 pie-cent of his field goals. G-W
Coach Eddie Holbrook says ine All-American is off to his
best start ever. . .
I ans attending the tournament are likely to recognize
several of the participants. No less than si.x players played
their high school 'oaskctball in this area. Gardner-Webb
has Adams, Don Elliott of Dallas and A1 Graves of Oherry-
ville, St. Augustine has Farley McGill of Gastonia and
Barber-Scotia has Larry Garvin and Eidc Bynum of Gas
tonia. . .
One of the familiar faces in the crowd Friday night
during the opening round will bo former Kings Mountain
High coach Bobby Hussey. Hus.sey, now head coach at
Belmont Abbey College, says he’ll bo on hand to scout
Elon, which plays the Abbey twice this season. . .
Trophies which will be presented following Saturday’s
championship game are on display in the window of Wil
lie’s Jewelry. Trophies will be presented to the champion-
vhip (onm riinnnr-iip most va'nahle nlaver and fivo mem-
ber.s of the all-tournament team. . .
Four Unbeaten Teams Play In Invitational
By GARY STEWART
Herald Sports Editor
Four undeleateJ college ba^et-
ball teams, Including two that can Tommy Cole and 6-1) center
averaging over 100 points per Larry Trautwein, delealed Lenoir
lar.ie, edme to Kings Mountain’s U'liyne 86-74 in the fitials.
ing won it.s cwn Civitan Turkey event underway Fridtty at 7 p.m.
Classic last weekend, the Fight- The winner will meet the G-W
ing Christians, led by All-Amen- St. Augustine winner Saturday at
9 p.m. for the tournament champ-
ion.shv,;-. Tito two Friday lasers
3,000 seat community center this
weekend lor the Kings Mountain
Invitation il basketball tourna
Gardner-Webb, Elon, St. Augus
tine and iBarbor-Seotia are enter-
K.VI’.s Ada.m-t, who is averaging
3(> iXiinls jKT game .so far, will
be honored between g.imes Fri
day niglit. .Mayor Ja-hn .Mass has
pr,',;laimcd Friday anti Stiturday
as George Adams .Vcliicvcment
ed in the event and all four iiave Days ami the mtiyor will make
proved strong during eat iy-sea.son
Gardner-Webb, 3-0 and Bar
ber Scotia 2-0. are 'scoring over
too points per game and the Bull
dogs led by Kings Mountain All-
American George Adams, ere
averaging 130 points per contest.
Elen, thf 10th ranked NAIA
team in the nation, is 2-0, hav-
a .'iiecial prc.sonlation to the O-.'i
.sensation prior to G-W's 9 o’cloek
game against Ft. .Augu.stino.
.411 tour participating coaglies
agree tliat the Ic.uinamcnl is a
wirie-f. cn tiiian. I he l-a.-ni art
so evenly malclied, il ap.neirs
play for third place Saturday at
(fardner-Webb, the fifth-ranked
.N'AI.4 team in the nation, hasn't
h.ad to work up a go<xl sweat in
winning ils fir. I three games. The
Euildog.s have roultd Piedmont
1.37-41, Verhees 149-8.3 and U.NC.
.V iicvillo 99-88. Adam.s, of cnur.se,
lia.s been tlte leader. The K.M sen
ior is liitling clo.se to 70 percent
cl his fi( 1(1 gc.il attempts.
Bulldog 00 ich Eddie nolliro(ok,
wtio iX'ir.ls to Elon as the tourna-
men'. iavorile, will .start Adams,
lliat tile one that gels llic breaks sc vcn-foolcr iicnry B.iyd, Dennis
U'lll he i'k' Ainncr. Lei’,incus, Ic. liartl 'I homa.s' and
■Elon cind DaiiieiLScolia get tiie 3'orv .vpagnol.a ag-oinst St, Augus
tine-. That’s tile same lineup that
li d the Bulldogs to a 20-4 record
Holbrook, liowever, fias u strong
bench and lie lies used it often
llius far. Sevc-n-footer uen Long
and 6-9 freshman Kirby Thurston
Iiave been G-W’s lop two revserves
SI. Aiigastine is led by 63 for-
winds iiirtis Pritchc-tl and Will
iam Hcming. Prilclielt, wlio aver
aged over 20 p.iinl.s and 13 re-
bc^unds pc g.i-me Iasi year, wa.s
selected in tliis ycar'.s AilJ.4 draft.
Baibcr-Srolia, wliich finished
1,3-3 last year and lianded .■i-ar.l
ner-Wetob one of its fouf“cfcieat.s,
is paccti by guarcLs Jolin Steele
end Lairy Garvin and forward
Eric Bynum. Garvin and Bynum,
beth s</pIicmorcs, played their
hign .school basketball at Ga.s-
Klon ciaclicd by Bill Miller, i.s
llic' defending .sea.son and touriia-
inc.il e li-.impion in the l arolinas
.:onl('renc<> and t li e Fighting
Ohrislian.s arc picked as tiic lop
team in the again iliis year.
Cldc was nanicsl I lie mast valua-
hie pi lycT in the- t'arolinas loup
la.st year and Miller won coaivli
(>l tile year honors.
Friday's (.jiciiing mind will )c
T.chligi II d by .4dam.s inalduip
Willi St. .Vugustinc'.s I’nlclaMI-
Eolli arc regardid as being .iin ing
lihe top 6-3 (ogers in llic country
and liotli arc expected to gii liigli
.11 next year's pro dra t.
Tile dr.ors to tlic community
center will open n: I'li nig.it- at
6 o'.lock. Tournament <;[iici,il.s
urge fans to purclia.se tiicir tic-
kcis in advance in irder to avoid
•St inding in line at the d<x>r.
11. la Is are on sali> in Kings
Mountain at F.M D ug and Her
man I’i.ilock Grocery.
To Ba 25-55
Kings Mountain High School
opened its 1971-72 basketaall
campaign here Tuesday night,
splilting a twinhill with Besse
mer City of the Little Five Con
The KM girls won tlieir contest
38-27, but the Mountaineers were
blown off the court, 75-55.
Kings Mountain’s boys never
led in losing their tliird straight
game to the Ycll,.'.v Jac'Kets. EC
won both contests over their 3-A
foes last year.
'Reggie Wideman, a senior
shai'pi;'h..otcr, led Coach .4ce Par
ker’s club with 30 points and Lai
ry Camp, a junior, added 16. Si-n-
ior Thco .Fmilih, a lanky 6-1
standout scored only eight points
but controlled both backboards.
re:some.' City rushed to a 17-7
lead after the first period but K.M
outscored the Yellow Jackets 20-
Adams - Pritchett Battle Will
Be Opening Night Highlight
trailed by only 30-27 at inleimis-
Local fans who have never seen Elon’s Tommy Cole sicn. •
perform are in for a real treat. The All-American guard i.s
one of the finest outside shots anywhere and his coach,
Bill M Her, tags him as a definite pro prospect. . .
At least four players participating here are already
being eyed by the pros. They are Adam.s, Cole, Pritchett,
and Boyd. Gardner-Webb will have the only two seven-
footers here, Boyd and freshman Ken Long. . .
If there are those of you who think Gardner-Webb
will lie up the creek when Adams graduates, you’re in for
a surprise. Coach Holbrook has an outstanding group of
freshmen recruits and one frosh, 6-9 Kirby Thurston of
Florida, could very well be the next Adams. . .
All-Americans Cole and Adams, along with ABA draft
Ipick Pritchett will probably occupy the spotlight this
Fwoekend but let's not fail to recognize four outstanding
coaches who have agreed to bring their fine clubs here.
G-W’s Holbrook, Elon’s Miller and St. Augustine’s Harvey
Ifoartley have coach of the year awards galore to back
them up and Barber Scotia’s A1 Coefield is certainly on H at halftime,
the way to makinj a name for himself. He coached the
Sabres to a 13-4 record last year and handed Gardner-
Webb one of its four defeats. . .
Although it would be hard to m.ake him admit it, G-W
Coach Flolbrook might have his best team ever this year.
1'he Bulldogs, ranked fifth in the nation, have ran rough
shod over their fi'-st three foes. Holbrook says he won’t
ho happy with this season unless the Bulldogs win the
District 26 championship and play in the national tourna
ment. . .
Gardner-Webb’s Tony Spagnola, who looks somewhat
like Broadway Joe Namath, is undoubtedly one of the
most underrated basketball players in the state. Spagnola
doesn’t get too much publicity and he might not score a
lot of points, but he’s always making the key plays that
win basketball games. . .
Elon’s Miller, a former standout basketball player at
the University of North Carolina, is the onlv one of the K. Mtn.
four head coaches who played professional basketball. Lovelace
.Miller’s in his 12th sea.son as head coach of the Fighting
Christians and has a 207-131 record. Miller’s assistant
coach, Tony Radovich, who is in his second year at Elon,
played on North Carolina’s undefeated national champion
ship team in 1937. . .
In Friday night’s opening games, look for a di.sciplin-
ed offense from Elon and run-and-shoot tactics from Bar
ber-Scotia, Gardner-Webb and St. Augustine. Elon doesn’t
freeze the ba'I but the Fighting Christians don’t take fool
ish shots, either. . .
St. Augustine Coach Heartley is the older brother of
k former N. Cl. State guard A1 Heartley. Coach Heartley, in
Jhis first year at the St. Augustine helm, won no less than
10 championships ns a high school coach and' he’s hoping
his success will rub off on the Mighty Falcon.s. . .
Tournament direciors urge fans entering the commun
ity center Friday and Saturday to enter into the gym,
rather than the downstairs doors. Fans who have advanc
ed tickets will enter a separate door and wdll not have to
stand in line. . .
Ronnie Culbertson’s 381 scries
was the high mark in men’s
bowling action Monday night and
C hai'iliy Tignor’s 341 set led the
ladies’ league on Tuesday.
Culbertsen’s set, which inClud-
rd a 144 game, led Cub’s Paint
Co. to a 2-2 split with Alliert
liiai'kett’:: team. Eii,?k Vincent led
Eraekett’s ouf.'it with a 126 lino
an-^ 349 set.
Mull Ramsey’s 366 set led his
team to three wins cvit Childer’s
kRco.'ing. BTl Muliinax' hod a 123
' fine and K-anny Blanton added a
The Yellow Jackets started fa-t
‘again in the sixund half and leil
l.ttle doubt a.< to whi'.h team was
thcstrongei. The Jackets out.scor-
ed K.M 11-2 in the first iJiree min
utes, running their lead to 42-29.
By the end of the third quarter
it was 57-36 and the E(? lads
cruised to victory in fTie final
Kings Mountain's top scorer
was junior guard Mike'T'hci.mbs,
wtho dropped in 21 points. Ben
Brown was the only other .Moun-
tainter in double figures with 10.
Kings Mountain’s girls, playing
fer the first dime under boys
rules, got off to a slow start but
finished strong., Be.sscmer City
led by 4-2 at the quarter, and 12
During his high scliixil and rol-
hgiatc ha.sketfc.ill career, Gard-
iierWi lb Al'’-A.TiorJjan George
Adam.s h.1-: faced and conquered
man> louih thallenges.
llu.s Friday at 9 p.m., when
.'iardiK |■-V\l'.,l) b.ittl(>s 8l. .\ugu.s-
'me in tne opening round ol thc-
.Gr.g.r. .Mounlain Invilalioiial,
.4(l.ims will face .still ancjther
t(/Ugh challenge. That’.s when ho
goe.s into head-lo-liead battle
wi.il .St. Augustine’s line 6-3 gun-
m-.' Curtis Fiitchott.
lilt .11.1, ,1 .sonioi from lilack-
stene, Va., averaged over 20
points and 1.3 ro.iounds per game
I'list year and he lias Hie hon.ir
ot being the only player in the
K.M Invilalionai Hvil ha.s boon
-selocK'd hy a nroh'.svionaI ha.<-
ketaall team. He was drafted in
this year's AE.4 hardship draft.
Adams a Kings .Mountain pri'p
pr...lu( t, and his Gardner-W'i h'.i
teammate.s ari' well aware of
i’ril.'lu'll’.s ability on a basketball
volua'ile player in tlie Carolina.s
Coniereirve l,i.s| year.
A Salur.iay gtme helwcen
Gardnc r-Wi .h ancT Elon w,.ul.i
certainly bo a liiriller as .Adam'--
w.,i!ld m.o.st likely go a-.ig;n.sl
Elon’s fine 6-9 centei, l.aiiv
'liaulwein. I'.tiiMwein won Hie
t aroLiias Conlereiiee field g lul
title last yeai, liilling over 60
|.er.-em c. bis sbot.s.
An Eloii-Gardner-Vteli'j game
would ala, i.it two former all-
.star teammates togethi-i. Cole
and Ad.am.s lieloed lead the West
liign .s ho il all stars to a victory
ovei tiip Ea.sl squad in Greens-
hir.) their .'eiHor ycar.s in high
s: :k, ,1. Ci l. . itti identally was
H-,.‘ m vaiua. le player in that
Til kel- lo." the tournament arc
eti stile ill Kings .Mi uiilain at K.M
Drug and Herman Blalock Gro-;
<er, ; in Gastonia til fhe Sports
Center: and in lindihg Siirings at
f:ai li.eiAVi lO C'oilege's atllletic
COMING HOME FRIDAY — Gardner-Webb basketba’J All-Ameri
can Georgs Adams, above, will be coming home Friday to lead
his teem into action in the Kings Mountain Invitational basket
ball tournament. Adams is averaging 36 points per game and is
hitting nearly 70 percent oi his iield goal attempts.
Behind the scoring of Deborah
Crockett, Carolyn Mitchem and
Jane Lovelace, the Mountainettes
came back to lead by 21-18 after
three periods ana Coach Blaine
Froneberger’s la.ssies put the
gai.ire on ice with a li-point
Crockett, a junior,
lassies with 15 pcint.s and .vlitch- lege teams in K'orth Carolina will
cm, a senior .All-Conference ixu- ije competing here Friday and
former, added 10, Lovela'ce scared Saluiday in tlio King.s Mountain
only six points but her two bur- invitational basketball lourna-
kets off a fast break broke tlie
game open ecrrly in the final
chapter. Melba Jack.son wa.s Be--
semer City's tep scorer with 11
FG FT PF TP
2 0-0 4 6
4 2-3 4 10
6 3-8 5 15
If national basketball polls
ai-e a true indication of a leam’s I'he King.s Mountain event,
led the K.M strength, tiro two best small col- wliich will be played in lire 3,000-
-seat community center on Cleve
land Aveni.e, will begin Friday
at 7 p. m. when Elon takes on
Barber Scotia. Elon is the de
fending champion in the Caro-
linas Conference and Barber Sco
tia, whicli was 1.3-3 last year, i.s
o.if to a 2 'J start.
iGarilner-Webh's Bul!d:j;;s, 3-0
and fresh from a cli.ampiunship
in the Aslioville Ti; off tourna
ment, are ranked fLlli in the
Continued on Page Four
’Gardner-Welrh, 2t)-I a j-ear ago,
nation and Elon, 2-0 anil winner battles .St. Augustine at 9 p. m.
cl its r .vii f .vilan Tu.'key cia.ssic.
is r-anked 10th. They're the only
N'orlli Carolina teams r.aleil in the
lop ten and they’ll lie joined here
by .St. Augustine and Barlier- Sco-
330 set for the losers.
Quality Sandwich won three
games over Billing Heating be
hind Bob Ramsey’s 152 line and
346 series. Terry Hipps’ 115 line
and 309 set topped the losers.
Mrs. Tignor’s 344 set. which in
cluded a 132 game, led Plonk
Brothers to a four-game sweep
over Cleveland Radiator Service.
Pat Panther’s 102 lino and Becky
Earnett’.s 266 .set led the lasers.
Pat Herndon’s 113 line and 297
led West Efnd American to three
win;-; over .Amoriian Legion. Edna
Bowen had a 99 line and Ethel
Tigncr added a 271 set for the
Jen-nv Oates scored a 117 line
and 337 set to lead Oates Shell to
a 2-2 spl'i't with Drew's T<ax. Mar
garet Wilson led Drews with a
124 line and 307 set.
GOOD OPENER — Kings Mountain High senior Jane Lovelace
stood out in the Mountainettes' opening 38-27 win over Eeasemer
City here Tuesday. Lovelace scored cnly :i.;t points b"t played c
qoed floor game ond her two field goals in the fourth quc.t.r
iced the win ior the locals.
a"iin.s| Hie Eiillilogs last year but
F/ddie 11 il'orook's men played one
of their better games and won ii.v
'■Buit tliat was one of our -iiest
nights of Hie .season,” slate.-.
Coach Holbr.xik. ' ".’rit 'lietfs the
be.st .sha.;ter wo went up again.-;!
lost year and I’m sure lie’.s even
.Adams, who is averaging 36
points per g:imp and is liilling 76
pereent of Ids field goal alteinpl.s
has led the nalionally-fiflh rank
ed Diilldogs to three impre.s.sive
vicloiies. Gardner-Weoh is aver
aging 130 points per ga.me and
ha.s been hi id to under 100 onij
once, that a 99-88 victory over
UNC-.A.sheville in tile final-- ol
the A.sheville Tipaff TouriiamenI
Gardner-Webb and .Adim.s will
be favored to win over .St. Augu.s-
tine and the Bulldogs are a slim
choice lo win the tournament
title. Rut lloi'.irinik knows it will
"Any of rile four teams is eapa-
blo Ol winning it.” he .says. “I
think wo lia.'p <a.s good a slir)! as
anybody. But it’s going to be
liHigii and Hie ti am tlial wins il
will certainly de.serve il.”
Adams, who is e.xix'elcd to go
high in next year's pro draft will
be playing beloie tans w.a< saw
IHm Ici l King.'-' Mountain High
Sehool to a 4.3-2 twe-year re.ard
a few seas.ins ago. Adams will iie
honored with a .sixxial presenta
tion beiween games on Friday
'■George is off lo his be.st start
ever,” llolorook s,iys. lie’.s u.sual-
lly a late starter hilt he’s better
at tliis stage tlian h“'s ever been,
lie’.s shooting the ball real well
from lire culs.de and he haiidle.s
the ball good for a mon his
Iriday’s opening eontesl. be
tween Elon and Rarbei-Siotia,
will also feature an .Ml-.American
porfonner. That would be Elon’s
6-3 gua.-il Tommy Cole, the most
For KM Tourney
BOH.ING SPRI.NG.S, .\. C. —
Will.ing their newly won Ashe
ville Tip-Od Tournament crown,
Hie Gar.lner-Wehl) Rulldo-gs rid
ing Hie crest cf a .3-1) rieord. are
no'.v priiiaring for Hie Kings
.M iunlaiii Inviloliona) Friday and
Saturday night.s in King.s .Moun
tain at ttie Kings Mountain Civiie
deiili r. The Bulldogs will meet
St. Aiigu.stine Friilav night in the
.-('ion.I game of tlie rrpening dinV
hie lie.nder. The lirsl game pairs
El 111 College and Bir.ier SecHa at
'i I ’doeU.
Tile Bulldogs vvhiiiped CNC
Asiie.ille 99-88 in l.he finals ol
the A.sheville loiirnnmeiil. All
,\meriran George Adam; lei Hie
Eullilogs to two t.ournameni win.s
averaging 3.3.3 points an.l wa.--
nar.ie 1 Hie 'm(,: l vale 'hie jil lyei
ill the t-iirnamenl. IIe:r> Rey.l
fill .sop'iom'Ore, wa,- alro named
t) till' team an.I Dennis Di'taiii'-
Te'-e's f- r the Iniifparcent are I .s, .3-! I gu.ard. wo-i tin lie i
Continue J on Ptt;;c Four iContinacd Ou page I-our/ >
Adams Wins Most Valuable Player
Award Second Time At Asheville
For Hie seconil lime in three liiit lie di.ln'l clierLsh tile win for
years. George Adam.s rd Gardner long. We liaie an even tough-
Wei h won the most valua.ile er tournament coming up this
. ... player award in last weekend’s weekend in King.s .Mountain,” he
court. IriLhelt did lii.s thing once Asheville Optimist Tipolf tournii- said. ' We’ll face three teams that
e.ri ;d win tlie Disiri,-I 26 HHe,”
he .said oi Finn, .SI. Augustine and
Tile Kings .Mountain
FCOii d 73 . jinl.; and liauled
down ,32 rep.ounds to lead tlie .Adams and Henry Boyd of
Bulldogs to Ihe lournamem rliam- 'iiardnei-Wel.ii, Jim Pheasant and
pionsliip, Gardner Welvb whipped Mike N'anney til L’.N'C-.Asheville
Vnihees liri-sj and I'X.'.A.she- and Pete .lohn.siin cf Vorhees
ville 99-88 to claim their secind were named .to Hie all lourna-
Htle in lhre<‘ years. merit team and Dennis De.Sanctis,
The two victories gives tlic Bull- GAV's point man. won Hie sports-
dogs a perferl .3-0 rccird head- m.'inship Iropli.v.
ing into Hie King.s .Mo ntain In- Adam.s now has played in 10
vitaiiornl Fi iday and .Saturday tourn.imenls diirin’' his Gardner-
■al KM’s .3,(i'll) .seal community Wel-,1) t ireer and he's been .select-
renter. The Biiidogs ate aierag- ed to Ihe all-tournament team in
ing 1.30 poinl.s per game and every one.
Adams is hilling 71) per cent of Gardner-Wei,ii will see ils first
his field goal at.tempt.s.
sAdams hit 11 of 20 shots trem
the floor and seven • f eight
from Hie linil line for .3.3 markers
in .Saluiday’s ehampionsliip win
over C.N'C-Aslieville. He a. om-
piished Hie feat desnite getting
into early foul trouble.
Gardner'Wclb Coach Eddie
Hnihr ok was elated w Ih liis
a ' on in the KM Invitalinnal Fri
day at 9 p. m. against .St. Au-
gi.Stine, I-.liin and Bai'"',cr Scotia
gel till' event under way at 7
p. m. T'ckets, wliiclt are .Sl.,30
for .students and 82.0') for adults,
arc on sale in Kiiws .Mountain
at KM Drug and Herman Bla
lock Grocery. Tickets are al.so en
sale at Boping .borings Dr g,
Sultio’s Drug in Shelby and the
team’s tournament championship .Sports Center in Gastonia.
Till! two losers jilay for consola
tion lionors Saturday at 7 and
'the winners play for tlie cliam-
pionsliip at 9.
Tliou,h a ehampionsliip match
between Gaidiier-Webb and Klon
would he ideal, noilhei coach Ed
die Holbrook of the Bulldogs nor
|..ill Miller of the Fighting
Christians is looking past his
opening night foe.
"This i.s a big tournament,”
says Hoi'hrook. "Any team is cap-
a.lie of winning it and it’s going
to sliow all of us e.\actly how we
siaiul in District 26.”
‘Holhrook ha.s previously stal
ed that Ills team’s goal is to win
the District 26 title and play in
Hie national tournament. Gaid-
nerWelvh, Flon and Bather Sco
tia played in the district tourney
last season and are eyeing a re
Ihe liigliliglit of tliis w'eekenil’s
tournament will he tlie appear
ance of two All-American.s, Gard-
nerAVei.li's George Adams and
Elon’s Tommy Cole. Adams i.s a
native of King.s Moentain and
will be honored with a sTiecial
presentation prior to Friday’s
.game with St. Augu.sline.
'.Many oilier jikiyers participat-
in,g here won all-star lii.nors last
year and several are being eyed
by Hie pr;i,s. Gardner-Webli’s
seven fool Homy iioyil. like
Adams and Cole, is consiik'red
a 00(1 pro prospeel.
.St, Augustine's Curtis Pritcli-
etl and William Fleming were
I'.oth ail'Conferenre pp; formers
last year ard I’ritclielt was se-
le. ted In the ABA drart. Finn’s
6 9 center Larry Trautwein j- ined
teammate Cole on the A!l-''aro-
linas Conference team and Tra"t-
wein led Ihe eonferenee in field
Bai'i''!' .‘t'oHa is led bv Hie
P'-es «' J-i'in Sleeie. .Marvin
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DEC. 3 £ 4
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7 P.M.—ELON Vs. BARBER SCOTIA
3 P.M. — GARDNER-WEBB Vs.
7 P.M. — CONSOLATION GAME
9 P. M. — CHAMPICNSHI? GAME
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