L i k e e a t W e s t Golden Two 'out of season to compete for Warriors EAST STROUDSBURG -The -The calendar reads fall, but two East Stroudsburg State spring sports teams will be in action this weekend. The ECAC golf squad, fresh from an appearance in the Lehigh Valley Collegiate golf tournament, will compete in the qualifying round for the Eastern College Athletic Conference Conference (ECAC) golf champ champ i o n s h i p s a t B u c k n e l l University. Making the trip with Coach George Ockershausen will be Jim Cotner and Jim Schaeffer, r e g u l a r s on last spring's t e a m , Bruce E x l e y , Tom Suess, Rick Weidick and Jerry Mistal. Exley was the team's low scorer in the Lehigh Valley tourney with a two-day total of 159. Mistal was next at 163. The Warriors placed fourth of Pocono Downs entries FIRST RACE 5'/i -Fu rf on g s -- Purse SMW Horse Jockey 9. Magid Siar A, SelrfomrEdgc ,3. Lady Forshir D. Banjainin 7. Brudstar V. Milligan 1. A^ore To Come AA. Cunningham 2. Code-A-Game W Baird Odds 7-2 4-1 5-1 3-1 6-1 SIXTH RACE 4- Furlongs -- Purse $1,700 Horse Jockey Octds 6. Mission Queen D. Otreson 5-2 7. Deans Lee w. Duhon 3- 4A. Boslon Jimmy D. Lauciria 49, 49, Dr. Allan S, D. Placke 6- 5A-" Swedish Prince D. Laucirica 43. six teams with a total of Lehigh was the winner with 771 with Lafayetle, 771, second. second. The ESSC tennis team will travel to Hider College for the ECAC Division Two tennis championships starting today. Competing for Coach Charlie Wolbers will be Bill Zceh, a highly-touted t r a n s f dent, and Pete Villano, a Pennsylvania Conference champ champ i o n , in doubles, and Langley and Ed Burkholder singles. The Warriors placed second in the same tournament two years ago with Fred Straus and Dave Kozlowski winning the doubles title.