The Sentinel from Carlisle, Pennsylvania on November 3, 1972 · 15
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The Sentinel from Carlisle, Pennsylvania · 15

Carlisle, Pennsylvania
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Friday, November 3, 1972
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Loy Tops Leaders In Open SAN ANTONIO, Tex (UPI) Bobby Ii)y was hoping the 65 he shot Thursday might be a turning point in his professional golfing career, which up to now has been something less than sensational, and tee Tevino was hoping he could do something for all of those people cheering him on. Ix)y, an easy going fellow who seems unbothered by the fact that his career as a touring pro has netted him but $115 thus far, shot the seven-under-par 65 Thursday to assume the lead after one round of the $125,000 Texas Open, r. . That put him one shot in front of Dan Sikes and two shots in front of Orville Moody, Mike Hill and two other guys about as well known as Loy tour rookie Tom Watson and second-year man Larry White, a little-known product of the University of Houston. "I sure could use the money," said Loy. "And if I win here who knows what might happen." Loy, whose $115 was won in a satellite tournament at Shreve-port, La., earlier this year, was one of many who riddled the 7,011-yard, par-72 Woodlake Golf Club course. One of those who had to settle for a one-under-par 71 was Lee Trevino, who only last week picked up and left midway through the third round of the Sahara Open and later said he should be fined for doing so. Trevino was three over after the front nine, but knew he had to do better. He rallied to birdie four holes on the back nine and stay in the chase. Friday, November 3, 1972 Junior Football The Evening Sentinel 15 Moving Time Mets' relief pitcher Danny Frisella, who was traded to the Atlanta Braves along with starting pitcher Gary Gentry, has his wife, Pam, try on his new team hat at their Bayside, Queens, home. The Mets obtained second baseman Felix Millan and lefthander George Stone in the four-player swap. Bisons Lose 28-14 The football season ended on a dismal note for Carlisle's Baby Bisons as Steelton-Highspire handed them a 28-14 loss last night in a game played at Carlisle. The Bisons, who have now lost three straight, finished the year with a record of five wins and three losses. Steel-High, behind the running of tailback Adam Hatcher, who gained 130 yards and scored three TDs, moved into a 16-0 lead during a first half in which the Bisons were held to only 27 yards total offense. When the Carlisle offense finally untracked itself in the second half, the Rollers had an insurmountable lead. Breaks also played a part in the Steel-High win. The Rollers' Scoreboard! JV Football 'Carlisle 14, Steel-High 28 Mechanicsburg 0, Milton Hershey 22. Cumberland Valley 22, Palmyra 0 9th Grade Football Jr. High Football Boiling Springs 0, New Cumberland 12 Mechanicsburg 14, Camp Hill 8 Girls Field Hockey Carlisle 0, Camp Hill 1 Carlisle In Flag Tourney Carlisle Recreation elementary flag football league will participate in the first annual central Pennsylvania tournament. It will be held tomorrow at the William Penn High School Field, Harrisburg, according to the following schedule: 10 a.m., Carlisle vs. Harrisburg; 11:15, Lebanon vs. Hershey; 1:25p.m., Carlisle vs. Hershey; 2:30, Lebanon vs. Harrisburg. On Nov. 11th the tournament will continue with Hershey meeting Harrisburg at 10 a.m., and at 11:15, Carlisle will play Lebanon. Because Hamilton School is presently leading the Carlisle league with a perfect 4-0 record, it has been selected to represent Carlisle in this tournament. ' All boys playing for Hamilton should be at the school tomorrow morning at 8:30. Reuben Smitley, Carlisle's recreation director, said that transportation is needed, and any parents who can drive .shold do so. Kings Take Over NHL West Lead By United Press International Chants of "We're No. 1" filled the Forum Thursday night and they weren't for the Los Angeles Lakers. The chants, last heard in the Forum when the Lakers won the National Basketball Association title last May, were for the Los Angeles Kings, who moved into first place in the National Hockey League's West Division with a 5-2 triumph over the Boston Bruins. The victory, a club record sixth-straight for the Kings, pushed them ahead of the idle Chicago Black Hawks by a point and marked the first time since March 23, 1968, that they have been in first place. The Kings took advantage of a five-minute fighting penalty assessed to Boston's Wayne Cashman to score four goals in a three-minute, 50-second span of the third period that buried the defending Stanley Cup champions. Cashman was handed the five-minute penalty at 7:57 of the final period for being the aggressor in a fight with Don Kozak, who drew a two-minute penalty. Ralph Backstrom, the Kings' 35-year-old veteran, fired in two goals within six seconds to give the Kings a 3-1 lead. Boston's Dallas Smith cut it to 3-2 but Bob Berry and Real . Lemieux scored within two minutes of each other to cut short the Boston rally. The loss left the Bruins in fifth place in the East Division, 11 points out of first. In the only other NHL action, the Montreal Canadiens stretched their unbeaten string to 13 games by ripping the expansion Atlanta Flames, 6-1, and the Philadelphia Flyers beat the Pittsburgh Penguins, 4-2. Marc Tardif had two goals to lead the Canadiens to their ninth victory. After a scoreless first period, Tardif collected his ninth goal and Frank Mahov-lich, Chuck Arnesson and Serge Savard also scored, giving Montreal a 4-0 lead. Tardif and Yvan Cournoyer added goals in the third period after Keith McCreary ruined goalie Ken Dryden's shutout bid with his fifth goal. Montreal leads the East by six points. Whitey Herzog, farm director of the New York- Mets, yesterday was named manager of the Texas Rangers. He succeeds Ted Williams, who resiped as Rangers boss after his young team finished last in the American League. Capital Area Title Tilts Sunday Bv PHYLLIS SHELLEY MECHANICSBURG - The championship game of the Capital Area Midget Football Conference for midget and pony teams will be played here Sunday. The Western Division will host the East at Memorial Park Stadium. Kickoff will be at 1 p.m., with the West Shore Vikings facing the Rutherford Eagles for the pony championship. Both teams went undefeated this season in seven divisional games but Rutherford sustained a 6-6 tie with Pen-brook. Offensively, the Vikings amassed 148 total points while Rutherford scored 106. Each team whitewashed four opponents. West Shore held their opponents to 3 touchdowns to Rutherford's 4. Defending conference midget champs, the Mechanicsburg Chiefs, led by head coach Dave Heckard, host the Bressler Apaches, directed by head coach Tony Radic' The kickoff is scheduled for 2. The Big Red Chief offense has scored 165 points and its defense has given up 6 touchdowns while shutting out the last 2 teams on their schedule. The only loss was to the West Shore Vikings, 8-0, early in the season. The Apaches have scored 190 points in divisional play and given up 22. The only game in which they did not score was a tie with Middletown. At the championship games there will be 3 PIAA officials on the playing field and one with the yard markers. In case of a tie after the regulation game (6-minute quarters for pony and 8-minute quarters for midget) there will be an 8-minute sudden death overtime period after a 10-minute rest. If the score is still tied the net yards from the line of scrimmage, including penalties kept by the fourth official, will determine the winner if the difference is more than 10 yards. Otherwise the number of first downs will be the deciding factor. If that is tied, the game will be replayed the following Sunday. The CAMFC has a strict set of regulations in order to prevent injury and promote keen competition. The pony lads are 10 and 11 years old as of Sept. 1, 1972 and weigh 107 pounds or less with all playing equipment. The midgets are 12 and 13 years old as of Sept. 1, 1972 and weigh 132 pounds (a one-pound growth allowance has been allotted for each new month of the season) or less with all playing equipment. An official weighin is held before each game. The CAMFC has been operating for five years. William Baum is the president and Bob Railing the commissioner. Assistant commissioner in charge of the Western Division is Ken Smith, and for the Eastern Division, Bud Briner. In 1971, the conference expanded to 14 teams from 6, requiring 2 divisions. A conference championship game was held at Susquenita with the Mechanicsburg Chiefs winning both midget and pony crowns. This year, the Carlisle Indians and the Northern Polar Bears were added, making 8 teams East and West of the Susquehanna River. Each team played a 7-game divisional schedule, plus an interdivisional season opener Sept. 10. Herd Harriers in State Meet third touchdown came in the third quarter to end what looked like a Bison scoring drive when a Steelton defender, Drayton, picked off a lateral ten yards behind the line of scrimmage and raced 52 yards for the score. The Bisons, who had looked like they were back in the game, were suddenly down 0. Carlisle's first score of the game came early in the fourth quarter when fullback Bill Thorpe climaxed a 44-yard drive with a six yard touchdown run. Cohick crossed the goalline for the two point conversion to make the score 22-8. Following the Bison score Carlisle's defense seemed to have the Rollers stopped on downs at the Carlisle 45 when punter Adam Hatcher tucked the ball under his arm and took off. Hatcher's run carried him to the Carlisle 3; two plays later he scored Steel-High's last touchdown. Taking over on its own 38, the Bisons again came right back when Jake Hodge took a quick pitch around the right side of the Roller line. A good block by Fred Moses freed him for a 62 yard touchdown jaunt, the score coming at 5:13 in the fourth quarter. Carlisle again stopped the Roller offense and mounted an offensive attack late in the fourth quarter, but the two first half Steel-High scores proved too much of an obstacle to overcome. Time ran out on the Bison drive as they neared the fifty. STATISTICS C SH First downs 8 9 Yds. rushing 179 151 Yds. passing 0 34 Passes A-C 0-3 1-4 Total Yds. 179 195 Yds. panalized 35 45 Steel-High 8 8 6 6 - 28 Carlisle 0 0 0 14 - 14 Scoring: SH - Hatcher (34, pass from Jones). Vale, (x-point, pass from Jones). SH - Hatcher (6, run). Drayton, x-point, pass from Jones). SH - Drayton, (52, intercepted lateral). C - Thorpe, (6, run). SH - Hatcher, (1, run). C - Hodge, (62, run). Carlisle High will compete for the first time in the State PIAA cross country meet tomorrow at Penn State University. The Thundering Herd qualified for the meet by capturing third place in the District 3 meet last Saturday at Hershey. Horse Show On Post Tomorrow The Annual fall horse show at Carlisle Barracks will be held Saturday at 10 a.m. at the post riding ring. Sponsored by the Riding and Hunt Club, the show site is located just off Claremont Road, adjacent to the post golf course. The public is invited to attend and admission is free. In the event of inclement weather the show will be held Nov. 11, same time and place. According to Col. Stanley D. Fair , show chairman,the events will include 14 classes ranging from beginners equitation to demanding courses over the hunt field, jumping fences, ditches, walls and other barriers. Children from Carlisle Barracks will be vying for trophies and ribbons. Ages of participants will range from 8-18 years in addition to a new class this year for adult members of the Riding and Hunt Club. Herd head coach Harold Travis said he will enter seven runners in the meet. They are Jeff Miller, Wayne Harper, Quay Snyder, Matt Jones, Jeff Wolf, Gary Bliss and Randy Weigle. The team leaves today for Penn State and will stay overnight at a motel in State College. The top 21 teams in the state will be entered. Coach Travis and his athletes are thrilled over being there. "This has to be the biggest thrill of my four years of coaching, as well as the most exciting and memorable occasion for every athlete on this team," Travis said, adding: "I'm very proud of every boy who gave of himself to make this young, inexperienced team our best team, who gave us our best season." The Herd finished the regular season with a 12-1 record, best in Carlisle's history. The junior varsity had seven wins, one loss. The Herd was runnerup in the Central Penn League, runnerup in the Central Penn All-League run and placed third in the Distirct 3 meet. Of the 17 medals awarded in the all-league run, the Herd won seven. Two members of the Herd team are District 3 championship medalists, Miller and Harper. Over the season Miller won 11 first place finishes and set three course records, at Carlisle, James Buchanan and Central Dauphin East. But the picture looked dim when the season started. The Herd lost nearly all of last year's team via graduation. "The prospect of building a great team around two let-termen and many young and inexperienced underclassmen seemed rather dim," Travis said. "But this team never worried about their inexperience or their youth. They accepted the toughest schedule in six years of cross country running at Carlisle as a team challenge and met that challenge with more desire and enthusiasm than any team before." About Miller, a junior, Travis said: "Jeff Miller was an inspiration to the whole team. He faced many good, experienced runners, and in all races except one, came out the winner." Besides setting three course records, Miller came within four seconds of winning the all-league run at Millersville. Miller has run his last seven races with a pulled thigh muscle. Travis said at the beginning of the season he emphasized the importance of teamwork and this has been the foundation of the team's success. Other members of the varsity team besides those in the state meet are Bill Enyeart, Dwain Ronan, John Wilson, Jim DuCharme, Mark Westbrook, Tim Bowman, Bill Fickel, Mark Crooks and Dennis Clippinger. On the junior varsity were Tim Clippinger, Bob Rush, John Failor, Tony Deskis, Mike Kepner. Gary Folcik, Pat Daniels, Rich Clippinger, John McManus and Scott Eppley. Travis began coaching at Carlisle in 1969 and his four-year record includes 36 wins and 13 losses. His record in the 1969-70 year was 7-6; 1970-71,9-3; 1971-72,8-3 and, this year, 12-1. In Carlisle's first year, 1967-68, the Herd was 2-3, and 5-6-1 the following year. The scoring in cross country is different than in other sports. Team points are gotten by adding the places the individuals won. Thus the team with the lowest score wins the meet, rather than the team with the highest score. CROWNl DISTRIBUTING COMPANY 121 N.PITT STREET BEER ALL BRANDS LATE HOURS SEE OUR DISPLAY NEW PHONE NO. 486-3757 CHRONISTER'S GARAGE MT. HOLLY SPGS. Messiah Hosting Soccer Tourney GRANTHAM The Messiah College is hosting the second annual Christian college invitational soccer tournament here today and Saturday. The tournament is included in the weekend activities of the 1972 Alumni Homecoming of the college. Four college teams will meet in a round robin, with each team playing each other team once. The tournment began this morning. The final games begin at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Participating teams and their season records include: Nyack College, New York, 7-5- 2; Grace College, Indiana, 6-4-1; Northeastern Bible College, New Jersey, 12-0; Messiah College, 9-4-1. Trophies will be presented to the teams in first, second and third place. The best offensive and defensive players also will receive trophies. Nyack College is champion of the Seaboard Athletic Conference, Northeastern Bible College champion of the North Atlantic Conference. Grace College and Messiah College represent the two top independent teams in eastern United States. TURNPIKE RAMBLERS MCSHOOTING MATCHES 1 Ml. EAST OF CARLISLE SPRINGS RT. 944 OCT. 28, NOV. 4, 11, & 18 Raider Booters Face Penn State SHIPPENSBURG - Ship-pensburg State College is at Penn State for its season finale this evening at 7, taking on the No. 2 team in the East. The Lions rank behind the University of Pennsylvania and their 6-0-1 record is good enough to rank them seventh in the nation. Penn State plays its soccer matches under the lights and this has brought about an in crease in attendance. The Francis, largest crowd to attend a Fifty per cent of the team's soccer match this season was scoring has been done by two 6,200 at the Army game, underclassmen, sophomore Horse around at night at Penn National SPECIAL NIGHTS Mondays: Half Fare Night for Everyone. Tuesdays: Ladies Night. Ladies pay only the 150 tax. Thursdays: Senior Citizens (65 & over), College Students, Military Personnel pay only the 150 tax. TWO Daily Doubles Cuinieiss Exactas For Information Call (71 7) 469-221 1 For Dinner Reservations Call (71 7) 469-2235 Post Time 7:30 PM Rain or Shine Interstate 81 Exit 28 at Grantvllie Average attendance has been over 4,000. The Red Raiders go into the match with a 5-3 record and a chance to gain a berth in a postseason tournament. Leading the Red Raiders will be halfback Bruce Brown (Swarthmore), the team's best ball handler. Despite missing four games with an injury, Brown leads the team in assists with three. Goalie Craig Hottenstien (Myerstown) is another valuable asset. Hottenstien has two shutouts this season and a 1.25 goals allowed average. He also has 83 saves. Fullback Mike Belcher (Rosyln) has led the defense all season in a tough schedule. He also does the penalty kicking and has one assist and four goals. Aiding Belcher in the back-field is Bob Woods (Folsom), who turned in a good defensive performance against St. John Doller (Audubon) and freshman Bill Herrlinger (Bethlehem), each with five goals scored. Augmenting them in the front line is Dick Hoyme (Dover) with two assists and two goals. The man to watch for Penn State is sophomore Chris Bahr, who has scored six goals and has seven assists. Andy Rymarczuk also had six goals to tie for the team scoring leadership. Rymarczuk also has four assists. Inconsistency has plagued the Red Raiders this season, but this can be expected from a team such as Shippensburg's which relies heavily on sophomores and freshmen. At times Shippensburg has played poorly, and on other occasions, such as the victory over nationally-ranked East Stroudsburg, and its latest win over St. Francis, the team looked strong. A video tape recording of the match will be televised Sunday at 5 p.m. on WPSX, Channel 3 in State College. The game will also be seen on station WITF in Hershey at 2:30 p.m. Nov. 11. In Scranton, the game will be telecast on station WVIA Nov. 18, and in the Allentown-Bethlehem area WLVT will televast it Dec. 17. 71 PINTO 2 Dr., R&H M695 71 OLDS Custom Supreme 2 Dr. HT.FP, Air '3095 69 CHEV Impala Cpe, FP, White M895 68 OLDS D-88, FP, Air, Blue M495 68, Air, Green '1595 69 OLDS Toro.CPe.FP, Air, Green $2295 70 PONTIAC Bonn. 2 Dr. HT, FP '2950 67 OLDS D-88 4 Dr. FP, Air, Red M095 66 RAMBLER Wagon 5 595 65 CHEV. Impala 4 Dr J550 66 CHEV. Impala 4 Dr $650 64 PONTIAC 4 Dr., FP, White $495 64 PONTIAC 4 Dr. FP, Blue '495 COME SEE ...COME SAVE! 2 NEW 72's LEFT OYER CHAPEL OLDS, inc. 1 70 York Rd. - Rte 74 Carlisle, Pa. In Back 01 Carlisle Plaza - Ph. 249-1 800 BLOCK SHOOT Saturday, November 4 at 8 P.M. at the MT. 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