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The Indiana Gazette Thursday, October 8, 1992 — Page 18 C J THURSDAY HOCKEY NHL New York Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. VOLLEYBALL HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Matches at 6:30 p.m. unless noted otherwise Apollo-Ridge at Springdale Elderton at Armstrong East Saltsburg at Purchase Line Homer-Center at Blairsville United at Portage Connellsville at Derry Knoch at Indiana Punxsutawney at DuBois Penns Manor at Marion Center, 7 p.m. GOLF COLLEGE at Clinton Country Club IUP in Pa. Conference Fall Tournament SOCCER HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Derry at Greensburg Salem, 3:45 p.m. Elderton at Valley, 4 p.m. Hempfield at Indiana, 7 p.m. Armstrong East at Brockway HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Indiana at Norwin, 7 p.m. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS Richland at Armstrong East, 4 p.m. Indiana at Norwin, 4 p.m. GOLF HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Blairsville at Bishop McCort Greensburg Salem at Derry, 3:30 p.m. Eiderton at Riverview, 3:30 p.m. TENNIS COLLEGE WOMEN IUP at Edinboro, 3:30 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Derry, Indiana at Section Doubles St. Marys at Punxsutawney, 3:30 p.m. CROSS COUNTRY HIGH SCHOOL BOYS AND GIRLS at St. Marys Punxsutawney in Elk Co. Invitational FOOTBALL JUNIOR HIGH Indiana at McKeesport, 3:30 p.m. Deer Lakes at Apollo-Ridge, 4 p.m. Derry at Norwin East, 4 p.m. ligonier Valley at United, 4 p.m. Purchase Line at Marion Center, 4:15 p.m. Penns Manor at Saltsburg, 7 p.m. Punxsutawney at Clearfield, 7 p.m. BASKETBALL JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS Games at 4 p.m. unless noted otherwise Latrobe at Derry, 3:45 p.m. Homer-Center at Penns Manor Hollidaysburg at Punxsutawney Marion Center at Purchase Line United at Saltsburg Laurel Valley at Conemaugh Valley Blairsville at Bishop Carroll Eighth Grade Kiski Area al Indiana, 3:30 p.m. Seventh Grade Kiski Area at Indiana, 4:30 p.m. FRIDAY BASEBALL National League Championship Series Game Three Atlanta at Pittsburgh, 8:37 p.m. FOOTBALL HIGH SCHOOL Games at 7:30 p.m. unless noted otherwise Portage at Purchase Line, 7 p.m. Indiana at Punxsutawney Conemaugh Valley at Saltsburg Greensburg C.C. at Apollo-Ridge • Redbank Valley at Armstrong East GOLF COLLEGE IUP in ECAC Tourney at Colgate University HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Armstrong East at Freeport Richlond at Elderton, 3 p.m. Norwin at Indiana, 3 p.m. TENNIS HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Derry at Mount Pleasant, 3:30 p.m. Indiana in WPIAL Section Doubles Tournamer SOCCER HIGH SCHOOL BOYS Mt. Carmel at Calvary Baptist, 4 p.m. JUNIOR HIGH BOYS Elderton at Armstrong Central, 4 p.m. VOLLEYBALL COLLEGE WOMEN IUP in East Stroudsburg Classic HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS Mt. Carmel at Calvary Baptist, 4:30 p.m. BASKETBALL JUNIOR HIGH GIRLS Indiana at Norwin-West, 3:45 p.m. Armstrong Central at Apollo-Ridge, 4 p.m. Springdale at Armstrong East, 4 p.m. Apollo-Ridge at Elderton, 4 p.m. MIDDLE SCHOOL GIRLS Armstrong Central at Apollo-Ridge, 4 p.m. HOCKEY EAST COAST LEAGUE Exhibition Wheeling at Johnstown, 7 p.m. THURSDAY 3:30 p.m. — Golf. Las Vegas Invitational. ESPN 6:05 p.m. — Nittany Lion Hotline. WDAD-AM 1450 7:25 p.m. — NHL hockey. Islanders at Penguins. KBL. 1160 WCCS. KDKA-AM 1020 7:45 p.m. — College football. Colorado at .Missouri. ESPN 8 p.m. — Panther Sportsline. WDAD-AM 1450 8:30 p.m. — Baseball. AL playoffs. Athletics at Blue Jays. Ch. 2.10 12:30 a.m. — Motorcycle racing. AMA Camel Pro Series. ESPN FRIDAY 3:30 p.m. — Golf. Las Vegas Invitational. ESPN 7:30 p.m. — NHL hockey. Devils at Flyers. ESPN 7:30 p.m. — High school football. Indiana at Punxsutawney. WDAD-AM 1450, WPXZ-FM 105.5 S p.m. — Tennis. Swiss Indoors. KBL 8:30 p.m. — Baseball. NL playoffs. Braves al Pirates. Ch. 2, 10. 1160 WCCS. KDKA-AM 1020, WOWQ-FM 102.1 BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS-Namcd John Ziegler adviser. MILWAUKEE BREWERS-Named Ken Califano director of scouting. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Announced (hat Tom Lasorda. manager, and Fred Claire, executive vice president, will return next season. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DALLAS MAVERICKS-Signed Brian Howard, forward, to a one-year contract, and Steve Bardo and Walter Bond, guards. Latrobe mulls 100th anniversary event LATROBE (AP) — Latrobe .should proceed with its celebration of football history even though the first paid player took the field three years before a Latrobe game in 1895, an NFL spokesman said. Mayor Oland Canterna is wondering whether to mark the 100th anniversary of a professional football game with a parade, banquet and a gridiron matchup in his community. The National Football League is marking its centennial this year, but it won't stand in Latrobe's way. "Latrobe has a great history and tradition of football," said league spokesman Greg Aiello. "If Latrobe wants to celebrate and feels it is appropriate, I wouldn't discourage it." The mayor and others in Latrobe have been planning to mark the anniversary of a September 1895 game between the Latrobe YMCA and the Jeannette Athletic Club. John Brallier received $10 and had his expenses paid to play for Latrobe as a replacement for the team's injured quarterback. Brallier led the YMCA team to 12-0 victory and earned Latrobe the NFL designation as "the birthplace of professional football in America." But the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, received an account ledger of the Allegheny Athletic Association, which showed that the club paid $500 to William "Pudge" Heffelfinger to play in 1892 against the Pittsburgh Athletic Club. He, too, earned his pay and led the team to victory. Joe Horrigan, curator at the Hall of Fame, said the organization officially recognizes the earlier game as the first time someone was paid to play. He tried to smooth over the discrepancy, giving Latrobe credit for its part in early pro football. "The whole region played a significant role in the history of professional football," Horrigan said. "Latrobe's mark was significant in that the Latrobe Athletic Club was a very early professional team and a powerful pro team." The city's ties with pro football continue. The Pittsburgh Steelers use the St. Vincent College campus in Latrobe as its preseason training site. The Steelers plan to recognize the centennial of professional football on Nov. 15 prior to their game against the Detroit Lions at Three Rivers Stadium. 'Prime Time 7 splitting time Continued from page 16 now battling to win the National League title again," he said. "I think that's where the focus ought to be and I think too much attention is being paid to one individual." Braves manager Bobby Cox had said Tuesday of the football-baseball doubleheader: "It's a possibility." Schuerhoiz told CBS that he expects Sanders to stick to baseball for the next two weeks. "Deion told me yesterday that this is all just a rumor so far. Secondly, when we made these arrangements for Deion to be on our postseason roster, his agent, Eugene Parker, and Deion himself told us he would be a full-time baseball player," he said. "In the eyes of baseball people, a full-time baseball player is with the team for the duration, so we don't expect him to play football." Asked whether he would go through another year of the football vs. baseball dilemma, Schuerhoiz said, "We'd prefer not to. ... We want to keep him in baseball, but we'll have to examine whether or not we'll go through this again next year. "We'll try to be as persuasive as we can be and say this is the best career. Hopefully, he'll stick with us and that will be the end of it." INDIANA PACERS-Signed Kenny Williams, forward, to a two-year contract, and Sean Green, forward. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES-Signed Daren Engellant and Johnny Pittman, centers; Reggie Fox, guard; and Joe Wylie, forward. NEW JERSEY NETS-Signed Chucky Brown, forward, to a one-year contract. NEW YORK KNICKS^igned Eric Anderson, Terry Dozier and Louis Jeter, forwards, and Gary Waites, guard. SAN ANTONIO SPURS-Signed Mark Wade, guard. Continental Basketball Association COLUMBUS HORIZON-Traded Duane Washington, guard, and a 1993 fourth-round draft pick to the Rockford Lightning for Alex Austin, forward, and Richard Morgan, guard. ROCHESTER RENEGADE-Signed Van Usher, guard. ROCKFORD LIGHTNING-Signed David Caldwell, center, and Andy Toolson, guard. TRI-C1TY CHINOOK—Signed Jarrod Davis, guard. FOOTBALL National Football League DALLAS COWBOYS-Activated Jimmy Smith, wide receiver, from injured reserve. DETROIT LIONS-Released Mike Hinnant, tight end. Activated Thomas McLemore, tight end, from injured reserve. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS T Activated Kimble Anders, running back, from injured reserve and placed him on the practice squad. Signed Darrell Malone, comerback, to the practice squad. LOS ANGELES RAMS-Waived Paul Butcher, linebacker. Activated Darryl Ashmore, offensive tackle, from injured reserve and placed him on the practice squad. MIAMI DOLPHINS-Signed Stephen Braggs, defensive back. Placed Chris Green, defensive back, on injured reserve. Waived Doug Pederson. quarterback, from the practice squad. Signed Chuck Carsweil, defensive back, to the practice squad. NEW YORK GlANTS-Released Ted Popson, tight end, from the practice squad. Added Aaron Pierce, tight end, to the practice squad. PHOENIX CARDINALS-Signed Bill Lewis, center, to a one-year contract. Waived Rob Baxley, lineman. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS-Placed Kelly Stouffer, quarterback, on injured reserve. Signed Rusty Hilger, quarterback. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS-Waived Alonzo Highsmith, fullback, and Brian Blados, offensive lineman. Signed Todd Harrison, tight end. HOCKEY National Hockey League PHILADELPHIA FLYERS-Signed Dominic Roussel, goaltender. to a multiyear contract. QUEBEC NORDIQUES-Signed Owen Nolan, righi wing, to a four-year contract. International Hockey League SAN DIEGO GULLS-Signed Scott Arniel, center. OLYMPICS USA BASKETBALL-Named Amy Early public relations assistant. SOCCER American Professional Soccer League APSL—Announced that the Vancouver 86ers will join the league for the 1992-93 season. Continental Indoor Soccer League CISL—Announced that Charlotte will join the league for the 1993 season. COLLEGE COLLEGIATE TRACK CONFERENCE-Reelected Robert Vives. Albany State, president. Elected Mike Barnow. Pace, vice president and Ron White, Albany State, secretary. Announced that addition of Adelphi and Mercy and that Fairleigh Dickinson has dropped out. KENTUCKY-Named Micki King Hogue assistant athletic director. KENTUCKY WESLEYAN-Named Rick Kestner men's volunteer assistant basketball coach. MERRIMACK—Named Ed Kelley women's asssitant basketball coach. PLAYOFFS American League Wednesday, Oct. 7 Oakland 4. Toronto 3. Oakland leads series 1-0 Thursday. 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National League Tuesday, Oct. 6 Atlanta 5, Pittsburgh 1 Wednesday, Oct. 7 Atlanta 13, Pittsburgh 5, Atlanta leads series 2-0 Friday, Oct. 9 Atlanta (Glavine 20-8) at Pittsburgh (Wakefield 8-1), 8:37 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 10 Atlanta at Pittsburgh, 8:37 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 11 Atlanta at Pittsburgh, 8:37 p.m, if necessary Tuesday, Oct. 13 Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 8:37 p.m., if necessary Wednesday, Oct. 14 Pittsburgh at Atlanta, 8:26 p.m., if necessary WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oct. 17 American League at National League, 8:29 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 18 ALatNL, 8:29 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 20 NLatAL, 8:29 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 21 NLatAL, 8:26 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 22 NL at AL, 8:26 p.m., if necessary Saturday, Oct. 24 ALatNL, 8:26 p.m., if necessary Sunday, Oct. 25 AL at NL, 8:29 p.m., if necessary PLAYOFF GRAND SLAMS A list of players who have hit grand slams in AL and NL playoff history: American League Mike Cuellar, Baltimore at Minnesota, Game 1,1970. Don Baylor, California at Milwaukee, Game 4, 1982. National League Ron Cey, Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia, Game 1,1977. Dusty Baker, Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia, Game 2,1977. Will Clark, San Francisco at Chicago, Game 1, 1989. Ron Gant, Atlanta vs. Pittsburgh, Game 2, 1992. 1817 1969 1716- 16 1981 16- 13. 1312 1974 1211- 11 1989 10- 1311- 1111- 1010- 1010- MOST RUNS PLAYOFFS Both Teams - Atlanta 13, Pittsburgh 5, Game 2,1992 - New York (NL) 11, Atlanta 6, Game 2, - Baltimore 9, California 8, Game 2,1979 - Baltimore 10, Minnesota 6, Game 1,1970 - New York (AH 13, Oakland 3, Game 2, - Oakland 10, Boston 6, Game 3,1988 One Team National League - Chicago 13, San Diego 0, Game 1,1984 - Atlanta 13, Pittsburgh 5, Game 2.1992 - Los Angeles 12, Pittsburgh 1, Game 4, - St. Louis 12, Los Angeles 2, Game 4,1985 - New York 11. Atlanta 6, Game 2,1969 - San Francisco 11, Chicago 3, Game 1, - Atlanta 10, Pittsburgh 3, Game 3,1991 American League - New York 13, Oakland 3. Game 2,1981 - Baltimore 11, Minnesota 2, Game 3,1969 - Baltimore 11, Minnesota 3, Game 2,1970 - Baltimore 11, Chicago 1, Game 3,1983 - Baltimore 10, Minnesota 6, Game 1,1970 - Kansas City 10, New York 4, Game 2,1978 - Boston 10, California 4. Game 6,1986 - Oakland 10. Boston 6. Game 3,1988 NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPts GF GA NewJerscy 100243 Washington 100265 Philadelphia 001 1 33 Pittsburgh 001133 NY Rangers 000000 NY Islanders 010034 Adams Division Montreal 100251 Boston 000000 Buffalo 000000 Ottawa 000000 Quebec 000000 Hartford 010015 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L TPU GF GA St. Louis 100264 Tampa Bay 100273 Chicago 010037 Detroit 0100 1 4 Minnesota 010046 Toronto 010056 Smythc Division Los Angeles 100 2 5 4 Vancouver 100254 Winnipeg 100241 San .lose 000000 Calgary 010045 Edmonton 010045 Wednesday's Game Tampa Bay 7. Chicago 3 Thursday's Games Hartford at Boston. 7:35 p.m. Quebec at Buffalo, 7:35 p.m. Montreal at Ottawa. 7:35 p.m. New York Islanders at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. St. Louis at Minnesota, 8:05 p.m. Edmonton at Calgary. 9:35 p.m. Winnipeg at San Jose, 10:35 p.m. Detroit at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Friday's Games New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. New York Rangers at Washington. 8:05 p.m. At Tampa. Fla. Chicago 1 1 1—3 Tampa Bay 520-7 First Period—I. Tampa Bay. Kontos 1 (Zamu- ncr, Creighton 1,4:431 pp). 2. Tampa Bay. Kontos 2 (Tucker, Zamuner), 5:41 (pp). 3, Chicago, Russell 1 (Belfour), 13:19. 4, Tampa Bay, Semenov 1 (McRae, DiMaio), 13:50. 5, Tampa Bay, Hodge 1 (Reekie, Zamuner), 14:09. 6, Tampa Bay, Bergevin 1 (DiMaio, Reekie), 17:21 (PP). Second Period—7, Tampa Bay, Kontos 3 (Reekie), 11:33. 8, Chicago, Noonan 1 (Grimson), 17:06. 9, Tampa Bay, Kontos 4 (Reekie, Grossman), 19:32. Third Period-10, Chicago, Goulet 1 (Graham, Shots on goal—Chicago 8-8-10—26. Tampa Bay 12-5-7—24. Goalies—Chicago, Belfour. Tampa Bay Young. A—10,425. LAS VEGAS INVITATIONAL LAS VEGAS (AP) —Scores Wednesday after the first round of the (1.3 million Las Vegas Invitational, played on three courses all par 36-36—72, the x-7,074-yard Desert Inn Country Club; the y-7,168-yard Las Vegas Country Club; and the z-7,243-yard Tournament Players Club at Summerlin. BobLohr 32-33-V65 John Ross 33-32—y65 PaulAzinger 33-33-266 John Adams 33-33—z66 Thomas Lehman 34-32—z66 TedSchulz 33-33-Z66 DonPooley 33-33-266 MikeStandly 33-33-y66 David Toms 32-34—x66 Morris Hatalsky 32-35—z67 Kirk Triplet! 34-33-Z67 Bill Glasson 32-35—y67 Nea! Lancaster 35-32—x67 Mike Springer 34-33—y67 MOHAWK Wednesday Morning Women — Katby Cornman 195-178-178-551, Janice Coleman 198401, Delores Smith 179-491, Laura Trout 180-482, Ramona Cribbs 188-468, Ruth Liegey 166-457, Lucy Lowman 173-447, Brenda Zimmerman 165-444, Sharon Vanderhaven 1767441 Monday Nile Ladies — Robin Getty 168-178-158-504, Vitki Davidson 1S9-4S5, Mary Ann Pierce 189-492, Cherie Kotzur 188-489, Mary Jo Lovisa 174477, Anna Mae Trtinzo 183474, Sally McCormick 164464, Jill Stoddard 167462, Donna Peter 200468, Doreen Brown 161449 Thursday Morning Earlybirds — Virginia Smith 192-152-211-555, Claire WachUr 193446, Cathy Zurick 191-503, Shirley Friday 167466, Marge Strong 198463, Janet Akers 182458, Lucille Lowman 168449, Sandy Visnesky 156431, Shirley Henry 161430, Becky Sobiray 169428 Coffeebreafcers — Flora Edwards 155-163-206-524, Jane Hill 180416, Luana Coulter 180488, Joan Stancombe 213487, Anna Belle Bennett 163484, Kay Bara 170475, Mary Jo Mytrysak 163475, Mary Ann Tegethoff 169468, Connie Redlnger 161460, Sandi Weber 170456, Shirley Lovelace 172451 PATTERSON Indiana County ABC — BUI Barry 189-236-232-657. Sonny Brilhart 212-611. Jim Bock 261-594, Wally Staplepon 211-565, Rim Kunkle 220-550, Gary Stokes 198-547, Ken Fulmer 235-532, Tony Carney 188-520, Andy demons 197-519, Wally Stapleton, Jr. 183-517 Knights of Columbus — Andy Harchar 187-193-186-566, Silvio Tea 191-559, Ed Maudle 190-542, Frank Ferra 186-528. Nick Kopochick 186-528. Ted Llcb 196-524, John Lazor 192-521, Mike Milner 196-515, Earl Lleb U8-S10, Carl Kologlc 170-505 Inter City Ten Pin — Darin Dunmlre 1*9-184-175-548, Larrt Miller 187-526, Bill Fryc 191-523, Joe Kostryk 186-523, Dan Silvls 190417, Wlb Wagner 192-516, Rick Strong 186-515, Ron Bobcat golfers win 9th straight BLAIRSVILLE — It was another day and another win for the Blairsville golf team. And as has usually been the case this season, the Caruso brothers led the way in the Bobcats' 5-2 victory over Bishop Carroll at Chestnut Ridge Wednesday. Blairsville soared to 9-0 with the win. Malt Caruso scored individual medalist honors with a 1-under par 35 in defeating Brandon Durez, 6-0. John Caruso beat Jeff Homady, 3-2. Match victories also went to Chad McKinney and Dave Bell. McKinney shot a career-best 38, marking the first time he has broken 40 in scholastic play. The 'Cats take on Bishop McCort at North Fork this afternoon. Blairsville 5, Bishop Carroll 2 M.Caruso (B) def. Durez, 6-0 J.Caruso (B) def. Homady, 3-2 Bell dcf. Grimby, 4-1 Kemp (BC) del. Heaslcy. 5-2 Myers I BC) def. Dick, 4-2 McKinney (B) dcf. Cadwallader. 7-1 NOTE: Blairsville received an additional point for winning team medalist honors. 255-281. Dress For Success In 7OO Shops Eagle Brand All Wool and Wool Blend SPORT COATS For Fall and Winter 1/2 Price Regular Price $150.00 NOW $75.00 Sizes 36 to 48 Regulars, Longs, Shorts 4700 s IN STORE TAILORING SERVICE! 700 SHOP DOWNTOWN INDIANA and KITTANNING See us for all your FALL CLOTHES Open Thurs. & Fri. 10-9; Mon., Tues., Wed., Sat. 10-5 Straw 187-51!, Hank Fores! 182-599, Kevin Smyen 177-918 International - Keith Neal 193-199-165-557, Andy demons 2*2-551, Homer Woody 200-548, Kevin Anselmo 248-539, Mike Lezanic 199-537, Darin Dmunlre 181-537, Dang Hoyle 207-533, Ed Loreili 2W-532, Wilson Kantz 193-524, Charlie Akers 1H-517 Marion Center Women's Handicap — Eva Lingenfelterr 154-235-182-556, Lori Sawyer 192-517, Erma Griffith 188-528, Doris Glasser 191-498, Jane Hill 167-487, Paula Griffith 193-482, Helen Uasure 186-479, Bonnie Slater 196-468, Jackie Pinner 197-44$, Helen Patterson 113-444 ELKS CLUB Saturday Night Mixed Couples - Bobb Lukeas 139-234-154-527, Paul Lezanic 178-519, Avanell Lezanic 178-470, Gary Brown 168-167, Vallie Wilson 195-143, Jim Grossman 156-427, Ron Hozak 170-414, Buck Leasure 155-396, Jeff Debar 143-395, Dorothy Brown 142-365 Renwick wins, 'Cats fall short SIDMAN — Blairsville distance . ace Justin Renwick scored another ' first Wednesday. - ' But unfortunately for the Bobcats, •'• they suffered another loss, this time ' a 21-34 loss at the hands of Forest Hills. Renwick led the way with a time of . 17:42, 66 seconds in front of his nearest competitor. "Justin ran an excellent race again today," said Bobcats coach Dan Cunkelman. But the Rangers collected the next four places to all but shut out Blairsville (2-8). Shane Volpe (19:50) placed sixth, Bryan Bialas (20:20) eighth, Nate Cobler (20:31) ninth and Josh Gwinn (20:34) wound up 10th. In the girls race, Jessica Soltesz came in 5th among 11 in 27:11. The Bobcats run at Westmont-Hill- . top next Tuesday. Forest Hills 21, Blairsville 34 l.Renwick (B), 17:42.2.Ferchalk (FH), 18:48. S.Carpenter (FH), 18:59. 4.Neff (FH), 19:40. . S.Faber (FH), 19:41. e.Volpe (B), 19:50. 7.Turr - geon (FH), 19:54. S.Bialas (B), 20:20. S.Cobler • (B), 20:31. lO.Gwinn(B), 20:34. Blairsville Girls Result 5.SolteS2,27:ll. . Walters wins football contest Connie Walters of Homer City won the fifth edition of the Gazette's weekly football contest. Walters correctly picked 16 of 20 games and wrote in 38 points for the tiebreaker (Laurel Valley 18, Conemaugh Valley 14 for 32 total points). Each weekly winner receives $200 in Football Bucks. Contest Scores Latrobe 27, Indiana 7 Brookville 33. Armstrong East 0 '. Richland 14. Apollo-Ridge 0 Homer-Center 7, Blairsville 7 Derry 15, Elizabeth Forward 12 Marion Center 42, Conemaugh Township 0 Purchase Line 50, Northern Cambria 8 Hollidaysburg 24. Punxsutawney 7 Saltsburg 30, Purchase Line 21 United 28, Windbcr 15 Blacklick Valley 35, Penns Manor 0 Laurel Valley 18, Conemaugh Valley 14 IUP 44. Lock Haven 0 Penn State 38, Rutgers 24 Maryland 47, Pitt 34 Stanford 33, Notre Dame 16 Syracuse 15, Louisville 9 Vikings 21, Bears 20 Dolphins 37, Bills 10 YEAR-END CLEARANCE INVOICE SALE! OLYMPIC TOYOTA 349-9100 four Hometown Money feopk Need Help With REMODELING EXPENSES Or CONSOLIDATING YOUR BILLS? Stop In Or Call For Fast and Friendly Hometown Service! 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