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Tyrone Dally Herald, Thursday, September 4,1986 Tyrone At Huntingdon, &-A Home For 2nd-Week Grid Assignments By LE.il SLOTHER Herald Sports Writer Their traditional backyard scrap out or the way now, Tyrone High and neighboring Bellwood-Antis get down to the business of handling the rest of their schedules this Friday night, gearing for tough conference tests as they join district scholastic grid teams in second ; week assignments this weekend. The Golden Eagles, hoping to put together their first winning season since 1982 and off on the right foot with a 7-0 shutout of the Blue Devils, tackle long-standing rival Huntingdon in a Big Eight and Central Counties Conference clash at War Vets Field, while the Blue Devils try to rebound from the Tyrone loss when they host Southern Huntingdon in their first Mid-Penn and Inter-County Conference test. Both games also have bearings on the District 6 and Western Conference ratings. Huntingdon opened with a 7-0 win over backyard rival Southern last week while Tyrone was clipping B-A by the same count at Gray Field. Friday night's Tyrone - Huntingdon meeting will be the 55th in their series. It's one of few a Golden Eagles opponent has a wide edge as Huntingdon commands a 32-19-3 spread, though Tyrone has won three of the last four — all shutouts. Last year at Gray Field it was 12-0. Bellwood-Antis and Southern Huntingdon will be lining up for the 22nd time when they jump into the Mid-Penn and I-C football conference waters in the 8 p.m. matchup a't Memorial Field/Since the series was resumed in 1984 following a five-year break, B-A has won three straight games, including a 34-7 romp enroute to a 12-1 season last year, and has opened a 14-7 lead in the series. Tyrone head coach Tom Miller appeared generally satisfied with the Golden Eagle's opening performance, but is looking for improvements. "I was disappointed that we TAHS Girls Split, Boys Lose Pair In Cross-Country Meet Tyrone High's cross-country teams opened their regular-season schedule yesterday at Martinsburg with the Lady Eagles topping host Central 2831 and bowing to Lewistown 33-24 and the boys' team losing to Central 30-26 and Lewistown 39-21. Tyrone's Lee Hayes led all runners in the boys' competition with a winning 17:08 time, while Chris Dutrow cracked the top 10 finishers with an 18:53 for 8th. Beth Dutrow (24:26) and Theresa, Webb (24:31) posted the 4th and 5th' best times in the three-team girls' meet. GIRLS SUMMARY - Christa Marinos(L). 23:24; R. BushiC). 23:48: C. AlbrighUC). 24:16; B. Dutrow(T), 24:26: T. Webb(T), 24:31; M. SolIenberger(C), 24:42: J. Bair(L), 24:46; A. Fossclman(L), 24:49; N. Henry(L), 24:56: N. FedelHTl, 25:07; T. PlummerlL). 25:15: K. Kimmel(T). 25:36; S. NolanlLi, 26:55: A. BearleyiL). 27:20; H. KlinfiemaniTi, 27:28; S. Kirkpatrick(T), 27:46: K. Lockett(L>.28:18. BOYS SUMMARY - L.. HaycsiT). 17:08; J. PagerlL). 17:45; M. WallacelC), 17:58; M. Lightnerll), 18:02: M Golomb(C), 18:08; M. Bearley(L). 1B:10: W. Stewart(L), 18:16; C. Dutrow(T). 18:53: M. Lynn(L), 19:09; M TerryiL). 19:15; S. KlingemaniT), 19:20: A.TinkeriL). 19:38. OTHER TYRONE TIMES: C. Fink. 18th, 2:13; T. Branstetter, 21st. 20:52; A. O'Brien, 26th, 21:55; J. Owens, 27th. 22:01; MBarlett,28th,22:15. couldn't punch in those first two scores," he said, referring to a couple of early thrusts deep into B-A territory which produced nothing. "We graded as well as could be expected for a first game as an offensive unit. . .maybe a little better than I'd expected. Defensively, we were steady. "We threw the ball ten times in the first-half and none in the second, but I have a lot of confidence in our passing game. I think you can expect us most of the time to throw 15 or 20 times a game. We didn't throw in the second- half against Bellwood because we didn't have good field position," he explained. "I expect a typically tough Tyrone Huntingdon football game down there Friday," he offered. "They (H-don) run. a slot-I and have a real good tailback in (Sean) Hoover. He gained over 1,000 yards last year and started with over 200 this year in the game against Southern last week. He'll probably get the ball about 20 times at least. He's a slashing type runner with good speed. He's their punch. We'll have to stop him. "Up front they're not as big as some of their teams of the past. There I think we'll match up with them, size-wise,"he added. Miller indicated the Golden Eagles' lineup would probably remain intact this week, though senior end Steve Weyer was scheduled for a check-up today for possible head injury after complaining of headaches and missing Wednesday's practice. Bellwood-Antis catches a team like itself on the rebound from a 7-0 opening loss when the Blue Devils go against Southern Huntingdon. Like Huntingdon (Tom Gibboney). the Rockets have a new head coach in Brad Best. "Bellwood is another very physical football team, not much smaller than Huntingdon," says Best. "They are a very sound football team that likes to power you both ways." N.L. Division Leaders Win: Mets, Astros Move Closer ByFREDMcMANE DPI Assistant Sports Editor When' the Ne\V York Mets and Houston Astros joined the National League, they barely knew how to get to first base. Twenty-five years later, they're virtually home free. The Mets and Astros moved closer to a silver anniversary showdown in the NL playoffs Wednesday night by increasing their leads in their respective divisions. New York boosted its lead to 20 games over second-place Philadelphia in the NL East by downing the San Francisco Giants, 42. Houston, meanwhile, stretched its lead in the NL West to eight games over second-place Cincinnati by taking two games from the Chicago Cubs. The Astros won the completion of a suspended game Tuesday. 8-7. in 18 innings then won the regularly scheduled contest 8-2. A quarter century ago when the two clubs first joined the NL as expansion teams, the Mets compiled the worst record in baseball history (42-120) and finished 60'j games out of first place while the Astros finished 32 games under .500 and were 36'^ games out of first place.. At New York, Bob Ojeda sparked the Mets to victory by pitching a three-hitter to raise his record to 16-4. Ojeda pitched his seventh complete game and gained his 10th victory against two losses in his last 17 starts. The left-hander walked one and struck out seven. "Everyone said when 1 went around the league a second time, things would get tougher," said Ojeda. "But I've pitched better since June. "Really. I think I'm pitching at the top of my game, but this team can score runs in so manydiffereiitwaysj, ' r'h'ave to ; be''moiV"suc'c'ek'sfuriiv the .wonlost column." , ' . . At Chicago, Billy. Hatcher's solo homer with one out in. the top of the 18th gave the Astros their victory in the opener. In the nightcap, pinch hitter Dickie Thon hit a three-run homer and Denny Walling added a two-run blast to help the Astros to victory. Mike Scott allowed only three hits and struck'out 12 over seven innings to get the victory in the second game. Scott increased his NL leading strikeout total to 253. Elsewhere in the NL, Pittsburgh topped Cincinnati 5-3 in 10 innings, Los Angeles downed Montreal 5-3. St. Louis beat Atlanta 5-3 and San Diego defeated Philadelphia 7-5. Pirates 5, Reds 3 At Cincinnati, Sid Bream delivered a two-run double with two out in the 10th inning to give Pittsburgh the victory. Johnny Ray led off the 10th with a single off John Franco, 5-5. One out later, R.J. Reynolds forced Ray at second. Tony Pena walked before Bream doubled to the right-center field wall to score Reynolds and Pena. Rookie Barry Jones. 2-2, pitched two innings to earn the victory. Dodgers 5, Expos 3 At Montreal', rookie Ralph Bryant hit a two-run homer and Bill Madlock had three RBI, lifting Los Angeles. Rick Honeycutt. 10-9. went seven innings for the victory, allowing seven hits. Ken Howell pitched the last two innings to earn his 12th save. Bob Sebra. 3-3, was the loser. Cardinals 5, Braves 3 At Atlanta, Terry Pendeton went 4 for 4 with an RBI to support the combined'nine-hit pitching of Danny Cox and Todd Worrell, carrying St. Louis to victory. Cox. 9-11, surrendered seven hits over 6 23 innings. Worrell earned his National League-leading 31st save. Padres 7, Phillies 5 At Philadelphia. Terry Kennedy capped a six-run ninth inning with a bases-clearing double, lifting .San Diego to victory. Bob Stoddard, 1-0, worked two-thirds of an inning to earn the victory. Lance McCullers pitched the ninth for his third save. Mike Schmidt hit a three-run homer in the first inning to stake the Phillies to a 3-0 lead. Schmidt's homer marked the 12th season he has reached that total', tying him with Jimmie Foxx. Only Hank Aaron (15 times) and Babe Ruth (13) hit 30 or more homers in a season more times than Schmidt. Bosox Relievers Tough A t Home By GERRY MONIGAN . UPI Sports Writer Baseball lore states no lead is safe in Fenway Park, and the Boston Red Sox cannot withstand pennant race pressure. This season, the Red Sox are proving both axioms wrong. Entering .Wednesday's game against the Texas Rangers. Boston relievers had not lost a decision in Fenway Park, and the Red Sox owned a 4'--game lead in the American League East. , , Wade., BORR'S RBI Double in the . '•ninth Wednesday kept both intact.' / ; "That's the way this team has been all year." said Boggs. who also hit a solo homer. "Everybody's contributed on a different night." Bob Stanley, nearly broke the string of 19 straight saves by Boston relievers in Fenway, yielding a run in the ninth that tied the score 3-3. Starter Tom Seaver left after eight innings with a 3-2 lead. "I wished it would have been a little different." said Stanley, 6-5. who recorded his first victory since June 30, and the 100th of his career. "I was thinking I might be run out of town." The triumph was the fifth in a row for Boston, which has 32 comeback victories this season, including the last four games. The three-game sweep extended the Rangers' slump to four in a row. Boston pinch hitter Mike Greenwell led off the ninth with a single, and one out later, pinch runner LaSchellc. Tarver scored on Boggs' double to left off reliever Dale Mohorcic. "When it's hit in the gap. you just have to think: 'Score!'" Tarver said. "I was just trying to get a head of steam up. The throw was up the line . and it wasn't that close." Boggs maintained a .0001 lead over Minnesota's Kirby Puckett for the AL batting lead. With the game on the line in the ninth. Mohorcic knew he was at a disadvantage against Boggs. .,-,,•• We,.tried to. Ruess w,here,he was : i going to hit it." fMohorcicisald. "I don't have enough pitches to face a guy like that. "He" knows what's coming. I'm having trouble with my breaking ball, and he probably know* a fastball's coming." Elsewhere in the AL, Toronto downed Cleveland 3-1 and Oakland topped New York 5-3, Minnesota clobbered Milwaukee 11-5, Kansas City edged Chicago 2-1 in 10 innings, Seattle nipped Detroit 3-2, and California whipped Baltimore 5-2. Blue Jays 3, Indians 1 At Toronto. Dave Stieb scattered seven singles over 7 2-3 innings to lead the Blue Jays to- their 17th triumph in their last 21 games. Stieb, 5-10, struck out three and walked one en route to his third straight victory. Tom Henke finished for his 20th save. Lions Kick off 100th Year Saturday Night With Owls UNIVERSITY PARK - Curtain up! Light the lights! It's a long way from Broadway and 42nd Street but Beaver Stadium will have all the glitter of an opening night Saturday, September 6, when Penn State begins its celebration of a century of collegiate football in a first-ever night game against the Temple Owls. Kickoff is 7:00 p.m. Coach Joe Paterno, who has been around for 37 of Penn State's 100 years and has won 187 of the Nittany Lions' 600 plus victories, unveils a club that has 50 lettermen and 17 starters back from the team that woundup 11-1 in 1985, one win away from a National Championship. ' The Lions had plenty of problems with Temple in Game Two a year ago, escaping with a 27-25 triumph. Penn State's chief tormentor last fall was Owl running back Paul Palmer, who finished 1985 as the number two rusher in college football with an average of 168.4 yards per game. Palmer has a season high against the Penn State defense of 206 yards (on 30 carries). The return of Palmer, who has already established 15 Temple records including 3,029 career rushing yards, gives the Owls reason to believe they can present problems for any defense in college football. "Offensively, we can be as potent as any football team in the country, if we can keep the offensive line healthy," Temple coach Bruce Arians says. Paterno expects the Owls to arrive in State College with upset on their mind. "Some of the people we play early felt that we were lucky against them last year," Paterno said. "Temple, Rutgers, BC, East Carolina, all those people think were were lucky last year and now they believe they can beat us. We're going to have to beat them, they're not going to give it to us. We've got to be mature enough to understand that." And how does Paterno view his 1986 Lions as they head into the opener? "I think it's a good football team," he said. "We have a good kicking game we have an experienced defensive team coming back that can run and has proven it can play defense. The offensive line should be stronger. The problem is the schedule.and how good we're going to be...We've got a tough row ahead of us and we've got to be awfully good. We've got to be really good to have any kind of a decent record." One of the biggest questions surrounding the 1986 Nittany Lions is the opening day starter at quarterback, a job seniors John Shaffer and Matt Knizner both covet. "I think we've got a great quarterback situation," Paterno said "We've got two kids who are both capable of taking this fdotball team and winning games. Whichever one plays will do really well The squad has great confidence in both of them. They have great confidence in themselves. Both came off very strong spring per- %"haffer S took the Lions to an 11-0 mark at the starter last year and pushed his personal winning streak (dating from seventh grade) to 54-0 before the Orange Bowl loss to Oklahoma. ,••,-» Knizner was Shaffer's backup last year and saw his most significant service in the West Virginia and Oklahoma games. Against the Mountaineers, Knizner was six of eight for 51 yards and he was eight of eleven for 90 yards in the Orange Bowl. In last year's game at Beaver Stadium, Shaffer completed 15 passes, the best showing by a Penn State quarterback in the Temple series, for 220 yards as the Lions rolled up 485 yards of total offense, also their best total ever against the Owls. While Palmer's rushing exploits attracted the major attention, Penn State had three runing backs turn in excellent afternoons against the Owls in i985--fullback Steve Smith with 96 yards on 13 carries, tailback D.J. Dozier with 81 on 13 tries and tailback David Clark with 61 yards on 16 attempts. Penn State has won eleven straight games in its series with Temple, which dates from 1931. The Nittany Lions have also captured 18 of the last 19 games in the rivalry, a streak interrupted only by a 7-7 tie in 1950. Temple recorded its last victory over Penn State in 1941 by a count of 140. PENN STATE - TEMPLE NOTES: Paul Palmer's 206 yards rushing (on 30 carries) in 1985 was a record for the Temple-Penn State series and represented the fourth best single game rushing total ever against the Nittany Lion defense. Penn State's Curt Warner owns the Lion mark for single game rushing yards against the Owls, 117 yards on 22 carries in 1981. *** Penn State coach Joe Paterno, who is in his 21st season as skipper of the Nittany Lions and his 37th as a member of the Penn State football staff, is one of three active college coaches who has won more than 80 percent of his games. Since becoming Penn State head coach in 1966, Paterno is !87-'44-2 for a percentage of .807, which ranks him behind Barry Switzer of Oklahoma (.831) but ahead of Tom Osborne of Nebraska (.805) among the current Top Three in college football. Paterno is also second (to Bo Schembechler of Michigan with 196) in victories among active coaches. He ranks 14th in total wins and ninth in winning percentage among all-time Division 1A head coaches. In season openers under Paterno, the Lions are 17-3 including a perfect 10-0 at Beaver Stadium .Last fall, Penn State opened with a 20-18 victory over Maryland at College Park and defeated Temple 27-25 a week later in the home opener. The Lions last lost on opening day in 1983 when Nebraska defeated them in the inaugural Kickoff Classic. In home openers under Paterno, Penn State is 19-1, with only a loss to Cincinnati (14-3 on September 10, 1983) to blemish an otherwise perfect record. • »•• D.J. Dozier charges into the 1986 season needing 983 yards to become Penn State's all-time rushing leader. Dozier is also bidding to become the first back in the history of the school to lead the Lions in rushing four consecutive years. He currently ranks fifth on the all-time list with 2,416 career yards, 223 behind John Cappelletti in fourth place. AuguRtani (B.D.~) •East Texas State Sioux Faila 35 Livingston FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 5., 19B6 St. John'* (H.f.J .... ZS Tona 6 Siena 21 •Brooklyn College ... 14 Wagner 28 •William Faterson ... 14 SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 6, 1986 •Abilene Christian ... 31Northern Colorado ... 7 •THCAS-EL PASO ...... 7 Salem 7 VANDERBILT 7 Tiffin 14 •Plymouth State 14 •Northern Arizona ... 7 HOUSTON 14 N. W. Louiaiana ..... 7 Tenn.-Chattanooga ... 7 WYOMING 10 Mayville State 14 Mt. Senario 14 Central Florida 14 RUTGERS , 14 Ohio U 14 UTAH STATE 7 Westmar 21 •Northwestern (Minn.) 14 •Saginaw Valley 21 •Weat Virginia State 14 Morris Brown ........ 14 •WILLIAM & NARY 20 COLORADO STATE U. ... 14 •Kentucky State ..... 7 Olivet (111.) 6 Butler 14 •Boston U 13 Rhode Island 14 •Franklin 2O •NORTHWESTERN 21 •John Carroll ....... 7 Western New Mexico .. 14 Boise State 14 Wayne State (Mich.) . 14 •District of Columbia 6 Ferruo .............. 14 Honaouth 13 Tuekegae 6 Lincoln (Mo.) 7 Montana State 14 •New Mexico State ... 20 South Carolina State 21 Johnson C. Smith .... 6 •Colorado Mines 14 Slippery Rock 14 •Augsburg ........... 7 Chico State 14 Portland State 14 8. W. Missouri 26 LOUISVILLE 7 •?erria State 21 St. Cloud State 21 •Alabama State 7 •Lebanon Valley 7 So. Connecticut 14 •Davidson 14 No. Carolina Central 20 •St. Olaf 20 Trinity (Texas) 7 •Howard U. (D.C.) ... 14 Morebead State 20 •James Madison 14 Prairie View A & M .. 7 MISSISSIPPI 13 Pace 14 Brockport State 6 •FLORIDA 24 Ball State 14 •Tennessee Wesleyan . 0 Wis.-Superior 7 •Hanline 20 Alabama A. & M 14 Missouri Western .... 21 Wayne State (Nebr.) . 14 •S. E. Missouri 14 St. Joseph's (Ind.) . 7 •Central Missouri ... 7 AIR rORCE 31 •Akron 24 •ALABAMA 28 •Alma 28 American International 28 Angelo State ......... 24 •ARIZONA 28 •Arkanaaa State 31 •Auburn 28 •BAYLOR 28 •Benidji State 28 •Bethel 21 Bethune-Cookman 24 •BOSTON COLLEGE 21 •Bowling Oreen 31 •BRIOHAM YOUHO 35 •Buena Viata 35 Carleton 31 Central (Ohio) State . 35 Cheyney 24 •Clark 1? COLGATE 21 •COLORADO 24 Concord 31 •Cornell (Iowa) 31 •Dayton 24 Delaware State 14 •Delaware 28 DePauw 21 DUKE 24 Duqueana 21 •Eastern New Mexico ... 31 •Eastern Washington ..21 •Edlnboro 24 Elizabeth City 20 Emory & Henry ........ 17 •Eureka 14 •florid* A. & M 24 •Fort Rays State 31 •Fresno State 42 rullerton State ...... 21 •Funan 35 •Hampton ............. 21 Hastings 31 •Billsdsle 24 Huron 14 •Idaho State 31 •Idaho 38 •Illinois State 31 •ILLINOIS 42 Indianapolis 28 •Indiana State 28 Jackson State 24 Juniata 35 •Kutztown 1? Lenoir Rhyne 21 Livingstone 21 Luther 21 •Hacalester 21 Maine 28 •Marshall 31 Massachusetts 17 •McNeese State ....... 28 MEMPHIS STATE 14 •Merchant Marine 21 •Mercyhurst .......... 42 MIAMI (FLA.) 27 •Miaai (Ohio) 31 Millsaps 35 •Minneeota-Duluth .... 28 Minnesota-Morris ..... 21 •Miss. Valley State .. 31 •Missouri-Rolls ...... 24 Morningaide 28 Murray State 24 •Muakingua .. 31 Nebraska-Omaha 28 •NEBRASKA 35 . *ltobra*ka Uesleyan ... 35 •Bevadk-Reho ......... 31 Newberry 24 Nicholls State ....... 24 Norfolk State 31 •NORTH CAROLINA STATE 24 •North Carolina ..... 35 North Carolina A & T . 24 North Texas State .... 24 •North Dakota State .. 35 N. E. Missouri 24 •N. W. Missouri 31 Northern Iowa 31 Northwood (Mich.) .... 14 Oklahoma State 24 •OKLAHOMA 24 OREGON 24 •Pacific (Cal.) 28 •FENN STATE 31 •Rhodes 31 •Rice 24 •Richmond 24 •Roaa-Hulman 35 St. Thomas 21 •SAN DIEGO STATE 21 •Savannah State 28 Sswanee 24 •Shepherd 21 •South Dakota 35 •So. Arkansas 24 •So. Illinois ..• 21 •So. Mississippi ..... 31 •So. Utah Stats 28 Stephen F. Austin .... 21 •SYRACUSE 21 •Tenn.-Martin ........ 28. •Tennessee State ..... 21 •TENNESSEE 31 •Texas A. & 1 35 •TEXAS TECH 31 Toledo 14 •Towson State 42 •Tulsa 35 Upsala 21 •Valparaiso 26 •VIRGINIA TECH 28 •Virginia Union 35 •VIRGINIA 17 •Wake Forest 24 •Washington State .... 31 •Wash. £ Jeff 21 •West Georgia 17 •West Texas State .... 31 •West Virginia 55 Western Connecticut ..24 •Western Kentucky .... 21 Western Michigan 14 •Wheaton 35 •Wichita State 31 Wide&er 21 •William Fenn 24 •Winston-Seism 24 •Wis.-La Orosse 42 Wis.-Oshkosh 21 Uia.-Platteville 24 Wis.-Stevens Point ... 28 Wls.-Stout 14 •Vie.-Whitewater 24 WISCONSIN 21 FLORIDA STATE 21 Guatavus -Adolphus Sea Houston State .. •Jacksonville State •Youngstown State .. •St. Paul's 14 14 14 14 0 EAST CAROLINA 21 7 14 21 14 21 The Citadel •Fayetteville State •Southwest Texas ... Northern Michigan .. •Eastern Illinois North Dakota 14 •Mankato State 7 •Ashland 13 •S. W. Louisiana .... 7 U. C. L. A 14 •SAN JOSE STATE 14 Sacramento State .... 14 TEMPLE 14 Laobuth ............. 0 Lamar 21 New Hampshire 14 MacMurray 14 ' *S. W. Minnesota .... 20 LONG BEACH STATE .... 20 Bowie State 6 •Samford 14 California (Pa.) .... 14 Waahburn 14 Bishop 14 Austin Peay State ... 20 N. E. Louisiana 14 Ft. Lewis 14 •Alcorn State 20 MISSISSIPPI STATE ... 14 Lane 13 Middle Tennessee St. 20 NEW MEXICO 7 Texas Southern ...... 14 KANSAS STATE 14 •Kent State 13 Buffalo 7 Tennessee Tech 14 •Keen 7 Fiodlay 21 CINCINNATI 14 (an State 7 ' CAROLINA 14 Appalachian State ... 14 Nevada-Las Vegas .... 14 Ohio Wesleyan 7 Liberty 14 Troy State 21 Northern Illinois ... 7 •Coast Guard 14 Gardner-Webb 14 •Eastern Michigan ... 13 N. E. Illinois 14 San Francieco State . 14 •Norwich 14 Iowa Wesleyan 14 Virginia State 14 Winona State 6 •Ripon 14 •Loraa 14 •South Dakota State . 21 •Grand Valley Stata . 13 Dubuqua 14 •HAWAII 20 Morgan SOUTH •CHICAGO 21 CINCINNATI 26 •GREEN BAY 20 LOS ANGELES RAIDERS .. 17 LOS ANGELES RAMS 20 MIAMI 24 •MINNESOTA 20 •NEW ENGLAND 23 •NEW ORLEANS 1? NEW YORK JETS 26 PITTSBURGH 23 BAN FRANCISCO 24 •WASHINGTON 1? MONDAY, NEW YORK GIANTS •KANSAS CITY 24 HOUSTON 17 •DENVER 16 •ST. LOUIS 19 •SAN DIEGO 23 DETROIT 17 INDIANAPOLIS , 17 ATLANTA 16 •BUFFALO 24 •SEATTLE 17 •TAMPA BAY 14 PHILADELPHIA 16 ER 8, 1986 —- 1 ~ 22 - 19 Romano's Cafe 2068 Columbia Awu. • Tyrone c d Bull Pen Restaurant & Lounge Tyrone Shopping Center

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