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SPORTANGLES By Fred Mendell Sunday's facetious column about women who want to learn the facts of football didn't help them, I fear. But the Chicago woman who Is conducting the classes for women who want to be able to discuss the game intelligently with their mates offers a 10- week couirse in football, and I couldn't cover a minute part of the course in one column. I fully sympathize, however, with all persons — and they aren't jnst women, who can't follow the ball, can't distinguish between a tailgate anil a tailback, and think football is just a tangle of arms and legs and not in the least entertaining. Seriously I would offer the suggestion, that since the intent of teams is to keep the other team from following the ball, there are more entertaining things to watch than the ball. Forget the ball. Watch the line, the pulling guards, the crashing tackle, the center who must first, snap the ball and then take a blocking assignment. Opposing teams "key" on line play to find t h e ball, and a spectator can do as well, with practice. Inner-working Exposed In Eightnian Styling Seriously, also, I would suggest that any person who wants to get a quick football education, attend the Central Christian-Galva high game at 7:30 p.m. Thursday night at Trinity's Pritchard field. These teams will be playing eight-man football, a cut-away mode! of the big game — exposing the. working parts. You can see the block that springs a runner. You can see the disastrous result when a blocker fails to hit. his man. Usually someone gets spilled before they reach the line of scrimmage. ' In KC or Oakland, in the End It Was... Hutchlnion Newi The Same 01' A's OAKLAND (AP) - Lanky Jim Palmer pitched the Baltimore Orioles into the World Series for the third consecutive season Tuesday, beating Oakland 5-3 on a seven-hitter with the Robinson boys, Brooks and Frank, supplying the offensive punch. Palmer, 10 days short of his 26th birthday, completed the Orioles' American League championship playoff sweep for the third straight season. He also hurled the clinchers in playoff sweeps against Minnesota in 1969 and 1970. Undefeat In Playoffs The Orioles, who have never lost a playoff game, took command when the Robinsons started connecting against Diego Segui and four Oakland relievers. Baltimore had nicked Segui for a run in the first but it was a cheap price for the A's to pay after the veteran right-hander loaded the bases with none out on walks to Don Buford and B o o g Powell sandwiched around a hit by Paul Blair. Frank Robinson struck out on three pitches but Ellie Hendricks' long fly ball got the run home. Reggie Jackson tied the score for the A's with a long home run in the third that set off a booming display of owner Charles 0. Finley's fireworks behind the center field fence. It, was still 1-1 in the fifth when Buford opened with his second single. Blair bounced into a force out but Powell walked. The runners advanced on Frank Robinson's infield out, giving the Orioles men on second and third with two out. Played Percentages Here Manager Dick Williams decided to play the percentages and ordered Segui, a right­ hander, to walk the lefty-swinging Hendricks and pitch to Brooks Robinson, who swings from the right side. The ploy didn't work. Robinson ripped Segui's first pitch for a single to center, scoring two runs and putting the Orioles in front to stay. Sal Bando, captain of the A's narrowed the gap to one run with a sixth inning homer that set off the Finley fireworks again. That was too close for the Birds and they padded their lead with two more runs in the seventh thanks to a double and some aggressive base running by Frank Robinson. Powell opened the inning with a walk against reliever Rollie Fingers and then Robinson, hitless in the series so far and burdened by a 3-for-19 slump T T T • • T Bucs Move 1-Up Good Lines Essential To Success/id Tearn Six times out of ten, when a runner is caught behind the line, some linesmen failed to block with enough power to be effective. The other four times, however, the backfield men are just too slow in getting the play developed — the pass thrown, the exchanges made or they have over-exposed the ball. Seven times out of ten, when a runner breaks loose for a long gain, linesmen and down- field blockers have executed their jobs with superior skill. And again, there remain those threo other times when a ball ra'-ne- S p es his hole blocked, and picks another, shakes off ticklers and keeps going. Only Hacks and Ends Eligible Heceivers Probably the one thing which confuses more persons than anything elsr; is the fact, the team on offense can not use hands — with the exception of tV ball carrier himself. He can ward off tacklers as best he can with his one free hand. The defense — short of holding — can use hands to push blockers out of the way, shove them to the ground or throw them aside to get to the ball carrier. One other play, confusing to many persons who see basketballs thrown in all directions and to all players. In football only ends and backfield men are eligible receivers of a forward pass. Tackles, guards and centers not only are ineligible to catch a ball — they're asking for a yardage penalty if they even move down field on a pass play. The passer must stay behind the line of scrimmage. The lateral pass may be a downfield maneuver, and linemen may be down field, but the pass must be thrown laterally or backward, and after the ball is tossed, it is up for grabs should the intended receiver miss. If there is not an in-air catch on a forward pass, the ball is dead. PITTSBURGH (AP) - Rich Hebner turned from goat to hero with an eighth-inning homer in support of surprise starter Bob Johnson, giving the Pittsburgh Pirates a 2-1 victory over San Francisco Tuesday in the third game of the National League playoffs. The triumph, in which the Pi rates beat Giants' ace Juan Marichal, gave Pittsburgh a 2-1 lead in the best-of-five series to determine the National League pennant winner. Hebner lashed a 1-2 pitch from Marichal just over the outstretched glove of right fielder Bobby Bonds for the decisive blow in the tense, dramatic struggle with two out in the eighth inning as 28,322 fans rained a stream of paper from the stands. Former Royal A self-proclaimed "dud" who had posted only nine victories during the regular season after being acquired from Kansas City, the 28-year-old Johnson was named to start after Murtaugh's original choice, Nelson Briles, reinjured a strained thigh while warming up. Johnson was permitted 10 extra minutes to warm up, delaying the start of the game. He then went, out and matched Marichal pitch for pitch through eight innings, allowing just five hits while striking out seven and walking three. But when Vic Davalillo hit for him to start the eighth the score was still knotted 1-1 with Marichal having allowed just three hits — including Bob Robertson's fourth playoff homer. Marichal, who won 18 games for the Giants during the regular season and pitched the pennant-clincher in NL west on the last day of the season, struck nut Davalillo and got Dave Cash on a grounder to short but then Hebner broke it up. Quick Redemption It brought quick redemption for both Johnson and Hebner. Johnson had said prior to the opening of the playoff series that the 1971 season had been a total disappointment for him. "If you can't win 15 here," he said frankly, "You gotta be a dud. I'm proving myself a dud." But he wasn't a dud in this one, and neither was Hebner, although he opened the door for the Giants' lone run in the sixth inning. Ken Henderson opened the inning with a single for the fourth hit off Johnson and Tito Fuentes followed with a bunt down the third base line. Hebner came in quickly to field the sacrifice but then threw wildly to first and Henderson raced around to score. The drama built later in the inning when, after Willie Mays was thrown out attempting to bunt, Willie McCovey was walked intentionally. Johnson then struck out Bonds on a 3-2 pitch but walked Dick Sietz on a 3-2 pitch, loading the bases. The count also went to 3-2 on Alan Gallagher but Johnson reached back and got him on a grounder to short. Another Giant Threat The Giants threatened again in the eighth when Mays singled with one out and stole second. Bonds then walked on a 32 pitch one out later. And when the count went to 2-0 on Dietz, Coach Don Osborn came out to the mound for a conference. Johnson immediately went back to work and got Dietz to hit into a force out. At that stage, Murlaugh obviously thought it was best to pinch hit for the guy who had bailed him out for eight innings and Johnson was out of the game when Hebner cracked his homer. Dave Giusti then came on in the ninth and set the Giants down in order, leaving the Pirates only one victory shy of clinching their first National League pennant since 1960. The Giants were expected to come back with their other ace, 16-gamc winner Gaylord Perry, in Wednesday's fourth game while the Pirates go for the clincher with 15-game winner Steve Blass. Perry beat Blass 5-4 in the opening of the playoffs before the Pirates battled back to tie it 9-4 in the second game as Robertson hit three homers. SAN FRANCISCO PITTSBURGH ab r h bl ab r h bl Hendersn If 4 1)0 Cash 2b 4000 Fuentes 2b 3 0 0 0 Hebner 3b 4 12 1 Mays cf 4 0 10 Clemente rf 4 0 10 McCovey lb 3 0 10 Stargell If 3 0 0 0 Bonds rf 3 0 10 AOIIver cf 3 0 0 0 Dietz c 3 0 0 0 BRobrtsn lb 3 11 1 Gallagher 3b 3 0 1 0 Sangullln c 3 0 0 0 Hart ph 1 0 0 0 JHerndz ss 3 0 0 0 Spcler ss 4 0 0 0 BJohnson p 2 0 0 0 Marichal p 3 0 0 0 Davalillo ph 100 0 Kingman ph 1 0 0 0 Giusti p 0 0 0 0 Total 32 1 5 0 Total 30 2 4 2 San Francisco .0 0 0 001 0 0 0 — l Pittsburgh 01 1 OOO tlx- 2 E—Bonds, Hebner, Fuentes. LOB—San Francisco 8, Plttsburah 4. HR— B.Robertson (4), Hebner (1). SB—Mays. S—Fuentes. IP H R ER BB SO Marichal (L, 0-1) 8 4 2 2 0 6 B.Johnson (W, 1 0) 8 5 1 0 3 7 Giusti 1 0 0 0 0 0 Save—Giusti. WP-Marlchal 2. T-2:2«. A—38,322. 1045-71 M.34pcd b071r cziceeziss047 sss vssv agate Tuesday's M»|or League Llneicorei By The Associated Preti National League Playoffs Game Three San Francisco 000 001 000—1 S 2 Pittsburgh 010 000 01 x—2 4 1 Marichal and Dietz; Johnson, Giusti (9) and Sangulllen. W—Johnson, l-O. L—Marichal, 0-1. HRs—Pittsburgh, Roberlson (4), Hebner (1). / Individual Leaders In College Stats TOTAL OFFENSE G Ydt. Yd.PG BM *. once again — yon can't help but improve your knowledge of football, if you watch Central Christian and Gaiva playing the eight- man game, Thursday. This, I believe, will be the only eight-man game in Hutchinson this season. Marlnaro, Corn 2 Huff, Fla St 4 Bunce, Stanfd .4 Plummer, Prln 2 Ferguson, Ark 4 Slxklller, Wash 4 Strock, Va Tech 3 Tagge, Neb 4 Curry, Minn 4 Longmlre, Utah 3 RUSHING OFFENSE . G Yds. Yd.PG Marlnaro, Corn 2 506 253.0 Jones, Duke 3 469 156.3 Jauron, Yale 2 298 149.0 Green, Ariz St 3 Nswhouse, Hou 4 Moore, Ore 4 Prultt, Okla 3 Mitchell, Pa St 3 Amundson, Iowa St 3 B|orklund, Prln 2 FORWARD PASSING G. Alt. Com. Yds. Cm.PG Slrock, VaTech .3 106 56 725 18.7 Huff, FlaSt ....4 107 67 1026 16.8 Longmlre, Utah .3 100 50 578 16.7 Reaves, Fl 4 138 66 704 1 6.5 Ferguson, Ark ...4 105 65 857 16,3 Sunderman, Iowa .4 127 62 708 15.5 Plummer, Prln ...2 48 29 414 14.5 Bunce, Stan 4 109 57 909 14.3 Sullivan, Aub 3 7? 43 539 14.3 Starks, Tulsa 3 80 43 447 14.3 506 995 978 468 903 899 668 793 789 592 440 583 562 413 405 395 256 253.0 248.8 244.5 234.0 225.8 224.8 222.7 198.3 197.3 197.3 146.7 145.8 140.5 137.7 135.0 131.7 128.0 In Juco Grid Poll Fort Scott No. 1; Garden City 20th Fort Scott, Community Junior College remained in first place in the weekly National Junior Coliege Athletic Association football poll, after scoring a resounding 62-14 rout of Hutchinson last weekend. Another Kansas team, Garden City, moved Into the Top 20. The Broncbusters, who defeated Highland 57-7 last week to move their record to 3-1, are tied for 20th with Lees McRae College of Banner Elk, N.C. Mesa Community College of Arizona, Grand Rapids, Mich., and Kilgore, Tex., remained in the second, third and fourth spots respectively. Ellsworth College of Iowa Falls moved into the top five with a big 35-7 win over Marshalltown Community College. Top games this weekend: Fort Scott vs. Pratt; Mesa, Ariz., vs. Arizona Western; Eastern Arizona vs. NMMI; Phoenix vs. Glendale; Northeastern Oklahoma vs. Independence, Kans.; Hudson Valley vs. Boston State; DuPage vs. Illinois Valley; Juliet vs. Rock Valley; Triton vs. Thornton; Gulf Coast vs. Holmes; Chowan vs. Ferrum; Lees McRae vs. Hortford; Ellsworth vs. Waldorf; Grand Rapids vs. Air Force Junior Varsity; Normandale vs. Austin; North Dakota State School of Science vs. Valley City; Kilgore vs. Cisco; Navarro vs. Rlinn; Tyler vs. Ranger; Baltimore vs. Anne Arundel; Potomac State vs. Marshall Freshmen. • • • • 4 • Junior College Ratings First Place THE TOP TWENTY Record Point* Votet 1. Ft. Scott, Kans 2. Mesa, Ariz 3. Grand Rapids, Mich 4. Kilgore, Tex 5. Ellsworth College, Iowa Falls, Iowa 6. Gulf Coast, Perklnson, Miss 7. Northeastern Oklahoma A & M, Miami ... 8. Tyler, Tex 9. Ferrum, Va 10. Arizona Western College, Yuma 11. Phoenix, Ariz 12. Hudson Valley Troy, N.Y 13. Potomac Stalo, Keyser, W. Va 3-0 14. Normandale, Bloomlngton, Minn 15. Navarro, Corslcana, Tex 16. Wlllmar, Minn Jollel, III North Dakota Slate School of Science, Wahepton 19. College of DuPage, Glen Ellyn, III 20. Lees McRae, Banner Elk, N. C Garden 011/, Kans Others Receiving Voles: New Mexico Military 4; Note: Only teams belonging to the NJCAA and In good standing are Included In these ratings. The Top 20 with first place votes In parentheses. Points are awarded for first ten picks on basis of 18-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1. going into the game, smacked a line drive to left. The ball landed perhaps two feet fair and banged up against the wall. As the 240-pound Powell chugged around third base, heading for home, Robinson rounded second. Powell slid home safely and Robinson pulled up at third on the play at the plate. That finished Fingers and Darold Knowies relieved for the A's. With pinch hitter Andy Etchebarren at bat, Knowies uncorked a wild pitch that bounced perhaps 25 feet away from catcher Gene Tenace. Robinson broke for the plate and slid home safely with Baltimore's fifth run. Reggie Homers Again Jackson sent the fireworks man back to work again in the eighth with another booming home run and when Mike Epstein followed with a single, there was some hope for the A's. But Palmer got Bando to rap into a double play and then retired Angel Mangual on a bouncer. In the ninth, Palmer finished with a flourish, striking out. Tenance, Epstein and pinch hitter Curt Blefary to end it. in a hurry. The frustration of the A's might have been best, shown by the so-what reaction to two young fans who raced on the field with one out left, and tore right back off without stirring a guard. The victory was the 14th straight for Baltimore. The Orioles finished the regular season with an 11-game string of triumphs. That streak parallels the one the Orioles took into the 1970 World Series when they beat Cincinnati in five games to take the world championship. BALTIMORE OAKLAND ab r h bl ab r h bl Buford If 4 13 0 Campnrls ss 4 O 0 0 Rcttenmd If 0 0 0 0 Monday cf 3 0 0 0 Blair cl 5 12 0 RJackr.on rf 4 2 3 2 JPowell lb 2 2 0 0 Epstein lb 4 0 10 FRoblnsn rf 5 111 Bando 3b 3 111 Hendrcks c 10 0 1 Mangual If 4 0 0 0 Etchcbrn c 2 0 0 0 Tenace c 3 0 0 0 BRobinsn 3b 5 0 2 2 DGreen 2b 3 0 10 DJohnson 2b 3 0 2 0 Hegan ph 10 0 0 Belanger ss 3 0 10 Segui p 2 0 0 0 Palmer p 5 0 10 Fingers p 0 0 0 0 Knowies p 0 0 0 0 Locker p 0 0 0 0 TDavIs ph 1 n 1 0 Grant p 0 0 0 0 Blefary ph 1 0 0 o Total' 35 5 1? 4 Total 3.1 3 7 3 Baltimore 1 00 020 200—5 Oakland » 0 l o o 1 0 10-3 DP—Baltimore 1, Oakland 3. LOB— Baltimore 13, Oakland 6. 2B—D.Johnson, F. Robinson, B,Robinson. 3B—Buford. HR—R.Jackson 2 (2), Bando (1). SF- Hendrlcks. IP H R ER BB SO Segui (L, 0-1) .. 4 2-3 6 3 3 6 4 Fingers 11-3 2 2 2 1 1 Knowies 1-3 1 0 0 0 0 Locker 2-3 0 0 0 2 0 grant 2 3 0 0 0 2 WP—Palmer, Knowies. T—2:49. A- 33,176. Somebody Tell Reggie ... . . . that there is always next year. The Oakland A's All-Star outfielder, who did his share Tuesday by rapping two home runs against Baltimore, is all alone, hunched over, in the A's dugout after the Orioles won their third consecutive, and final game in the 1971 American League playoffs to give them the pennant. Jackson stayed In this position, alone, for 10 minutes after the game ended. KU's Easier Injures Knee Playoffs at a Glance By The Associated Press At Baltimore, Oct. 3 Oakland 070 100 O00-3 9 0 Baltimore 000 100 40x—5 7 1 Blue, Fingers (8) and Dunc;yi; McNally, Watt (8) and Etchebarren. W— McNally. L—Blue. A—42,621. 4-0 186 (16) 30 154 — 4 -0 125 ( 1) 3-0-1 120 ( 1) 34-1 65 _ 5-0 67 — 4-1 62 ... 3-2 50 3-0 43 31 34 — 3-0 31 — 3-0 18 — 3-0 15 — 50 14 ( 1) 2-1-1 12 — 3-0 9 — 3-0 9 — . 3-1 9 — 3-0 7 — 3-1 5 ... 3-1 5 — C C. of Baltimore I. At Baltimore, Oct. 4 Oakland 000 100 000—1 6 0 Baltimore 011 0OO 17x—5 7 0 Hunter and Duncan; Cuellar and Hendricks. W-Cu»llar. L- -Hunler. HR— Powell 2, Hendricks, B. Robinson, Baltimore. A—35,003. At Oakland, Oct. 5 Baltimore 100 020 200—5 12 0 Oakland 001 001 010—3 7 0 Palmer and Hendricks, Etchebarren (7); Segui, Fingers (5), Knowlet (7), Locker (7), Grant (8) end Tenece. W— Palmer. L—Segui. HR—Jackson 2, Bando, Oakland. A—33,176. NL Playoffs At A Glance Won Lost Pet. Pittsburgh 2 1 .667 San Francisco 1 2 .333 At San Francisco, Oct. 2 Pittsburgh 002 000 200—4 9 0 San Francisco 001 040 OOx—5 7 2 Blass, Moose (6), Giusti (8) and Sang­ ulllen; Perry and Dietz. W—Perry. L— Bless. HRs—San Francisco, Fuentes, McCovey. A—40,977. At San Francisco, Oct. 3 Pittsburgh 010 210 401-9 15 0 San Francisco 110 000 002—4 9 0 Ellis, Miller (6), Giusti (9) and Sangull­ len; Cumberland, Barr (4), McMahon (5), Carrlthors (7), Bryant (7), Hamlllon (9) and Dietz. W—Ellis. L—Cumberland, HRs—Pittsburgh, Robertson 3, Cllnos. San Francisco, Mays, A—45,562. At Pittsburgh, Oct. 5 San Francisco 000 001 000- 1 5 2 Pittsburgh OI0 000 01x- 2 4 1 Marichal and Diet/.; Johnson, Giusti (9) and Sangulllen. W—Johnson. L—Marichal. HRs—Pittsburgh, Robertson (4), Hebner. A—38,322. Remaining schedule: Oct. 6 at Pittsburgh Oct. 7 at Pittsburgh (If necessary) Big 8 Interviews Two Candidates KANSAS CITY (AP) - Big Eight Conference faculty athletic representatives interviewed two candidates for the post of conference commissioner Tuesday. They are Jack McClelland, Commissioner of the North Central Conference and former Drake University athletic director, and Charles M. Neinas, assistant executive director of the NCAA. McClelland and Neinas were the two choices of a committee named to recommend a successor to Wayne Duke, who resigned to becoming Big Ten Conference commissioner. May Miss KSU Clash LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) Kansas defensive standout Phil Basler injured a knee late in the Jayhawks football workout Tuesday and may miss Saturday's Big Eight opener with Kansas State. The 225-pound senior tackle was taken directly to Watkins Memorial Hospital on the Lawrence campus but the extenent of his injury was not immediately known. Coach Don Fanibrough said if Basler cannot play Saturday he will be replaced by sophomore Don Good. Fambrough said all the players stricken by food poisioning on the trip home from Minnesota Saturday appeared to be recovered, although starting center Mike McCoy is still weak. Fambrough said No. 1 defensive end Eddie Sheats is still not at full speed but will start against K-State barring further problems with his ankle. Sheats has missed the Florida State and Minnesota games. Fambrough said Basler was hurt when blocked from the side during a half-speed drill with about five minutes remaining in Tuesday's practice, which the coach described as the team 's hardest of the week. Four *Cat» Miss Drills MANHATTAN, Kan. (AP) Four Kansas State starters were absent from practice Cliff Branch Top Lineman KANSAS CITY (AP) - Clifford Branch may be the best open field runner in the Big Eight Conference this season. Three times this year, the fleet Colorado split end has scampered lor long yardage and touchdowns on punt returns. One of these came Saturday, good for 59 yards and Colorado's first touchdown in the Buffs' 31-21 conference victory over Kansas State. He also caught three passes for !)4 yards, one a 20-yard reception for a touchdown. Branch's greatest catch against the Wildcats was a 31- yardcr from Ken Johnson in the third quarter on a third and 15 situation that led to the TD that put the Buffs ahead for good. In addition to his pass receptions and two touchdowns, Branch was credited with six punt returns for 106 yards and a kickoff return for 17 yards. His performance earned him the Big Eight lineman of the week selection today on a split vote by a panel of sports writers. One vote was cast for Steve Aycock, Oklahoma linebacker. Nobody knows about Branch more than Johnny Robertson, Kansas State's left cornerback, who was assigned the task of defensing Branch until he was injured with the game still in the first period. Tuesday as the Wildcats concentrated on execution for Satu r d a y ' s intrastate football battle with Kansas at Lawrence. Wingback Mike Creed injured his neck during a blocking drill early in the workout and was taken to the student hospital Fullback Tim McLane and offensive tackle Larry Anding were sidelined with a virus. Defensive halfback Johnny Robertson, who suffered a slight shoulder separation in last week's 31-21 loss at Colorado, was expected to return to workouts Wednesday wearing a special protective covering for his shoulder. "We've had more trouble with viruses this year," Coach Vince Gibson noted. "But I guess we've been pretty fortunate as a whole physically. Most people come away from playing Colorado all bruised up, but we weren 't." He said that was because the Wildcats did not get out-hit by the Buffs. About Kansas, Gibson said "we felt like we got beat last year because we made too many mistakes. So our game plan will be to execute." The Jayhawks won, 21-15, last year. Or vis Returns to Drills BOULDER, Colo. (AP) - Defensive tackle Herb Orvis returned to the practice field Tuesday and the 6-foot-5, 236- pound Colorado standout indicated he would be ready to play against Iowa State at Ames on Saturday. Orvis has been sidelined with a badly sprained ankle and played only sparingly in the closing minutes of last Saturday's Buff victory over Kansas State. Coach Eddie Crowder said sophomore Mark Sens would be brought along quickly to provide depth at Orvis* spot on the right side of the defensive line. Colorado is faced with a shortage of defensive linemen after losing starters Rick Kay and Stu Aldrlch for the season because of injuries. Crowder warned his squad Tuesday that Iowa State "will be sky high" for Saturday's Big Eight contest, and will be out to avenge a 61-10 pasting at the hands of the Buffs here Jast year. Hesston Wins 18-0 HESSTON — Hesston College defeated Central College of Mo Pherson, 184), in a Prairie Junior College Conference soccer match here Tuesday night. Hesston is now 5-1 for the season and 4-0 in PJCC play. Scoring: Hesston — Fred Driver, S goals, 2 assists; Larry Yoder, 5 goals, 2 assists; Keith Yoder, 1 goal, 3 assists; Don Brubacher, 3 assists; Marlon Sieber, 1 goal, 2 assists; Jay Bachman, 2 goals, 1 assist; Steve Mullett, 2 goals, 1 assist; Rich Ours, 1 assist; Dallas Schlcgel, 2 assists; Mike Landis, 1 goal, 1 assist; Ike Stoltzfus, 1 goal. GARY PLAYER'S GOLF CLASS: Make it whiz

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