The Daily Courier from Connellsville, Pennsylvania on September 26, 1970 · Page 7
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Connellsville, Pennsylvania
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Saturday, September 26, 1970
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v 'w^j!|i SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 26, 1970 THE DAILY COURIER, CONNELLSVILIC, PA. PAGE SEVEN \ t Everson Golf World Series' Field Complete The field has been completed for the annual 'World Series of Golf" held by the Everson VFW Golf League. Four of the top long-hitters in the district will play Sunday at Linden Hall Golf Course, Dawson, starting at I p. m., for the 'Series' title. John (Big K) Konieczny, defending 'Series' champion and Linden Hall ( Club Champion the last two years, will be going against three other winners of events held district, and the 'Big Five' annually in the whose champions meet in the 'Series' at the end of the season. Opposing Konieczny will be Gene Dzambo, winner of the Everson Polish - American Club Open, and Everson VFW Open; Billy Levendosky, winner ot the Everson Invitational, along with junior championships .at Linden Hall and Pleasant View Club, Norvelt; and Ed K o v a l i k , winner of the Mount Pleasant Kosciuszko Club Open. Pete Byble of Scottdate, a member of the Duraloy Duffers Golf League, has donated the winner's trophy for the Series All four will receive awards from the organizations they represent in the event. In a tuneup match for the 'Series' in which he will be holding the favorite's role Konieczny defeated defending champion Gene Dzambo, 3 an( 2, and gained one of the final berths m the Everson League title tournament. This sets up a final pairing b e t w e e n K o n i e c z n y and Johnny Kowalczyk of Connellsville, who eliminated Walt Sigut. Konieczny fired a two-under- par 70, to defeat Dzambo, gom| out in one-over-par 37 anc playing the back nine in three- under 33. Big K dropped in birdie putts on the uphill three (250, par 4) from four feet away and a taprn at four (450, par 5) to take a two-up lead. Dzambo got one .back at six (380, par 4) when Konieczny he hit par and bogied. D z a m b o missed a chance to pull even on the 'long eighth (510, par 5) when he three-putted, 'wife both ending up at par. Bui Dzambo got a tie at nine when he parred the 395-yard, water hazard, doglegged layout (par 4), while it was Konieczny ' turn to three-putt, and he took a bogey five. This left both with 37 at the halfway point. Konieczny regained a one-up lead at 10 (400, par 4) when he dropped in a 10-foot birdie putt, both parred 11 and both birdied 12 (420, par 4), with Big K sinking a 30-foot putt. Both birdied the uphill 13th (550, par 5), Big John putting in from four feet from three. and Dzambo Konieczny hiked his lead to three when he parred the 14th (200, par 3) amd Dzambo took a bogey four, and then parred the downhill 15th (510, par 4) while Dzambo, hit a five. Konieczny closed out the match at 16 where both Mt par four on the 425-yard layout. This , left Konieczny with a three-up lead and two to go. Both parred 17 and 18, with 'Big K 1 completing a 33 round and Dzambo at par 36^ Kowalczyk got'the other final berth when he 'defeated Sigut, one up. The match see-sawed on the front nine as tihey traded wins on the iirst two holes, halving three, trading four and five, then Sigut going one up on seven when he hit a bogey four and Kowalczyk hit out of bounds. Both birdied eight and parred nine, leaving Sigut with one-over 37 and Kowalczyk two over at 38 after nine. Kowalczyk got one back at 10 with a par, and went one up at 11. Both parred 12, but Sigut evened the match with a bird at J3. Kowalczyk parred 14 and 15 to go two up, both parred 16, then Sigut cut the edge to one when he parred 17. Both got pars at 18, leaving Kowalczyk N still one up and'the winner. He dosed with one-over-par 37 for a 75, and Sigut had 40, to finish with 77. The First Flight final pairs Bob Levendosky and Bernie Luczka, Tom Dzambo has already won the second flight, and Joe Suitor is waiting to play the winner of the John Surniak and Steve Eberharter match in the third flight. There were no other -matches to report. The scores: LINDEN HALL PAR: OUT 444-534-354--36 IN 454-534-434--36--72 JOHN KONIECZNY: OUT 443-445-355--37 · IN 353-434-4S4--33--70 GENE nZAMBO: OUT IN .. .. 444-544-354--37 453-445-434--36-73 JOHN KOWALCZYK: OUT 454-444-544--38 IN 454-534-444--37--75 WALT SIGUT: OUT 544-534-444--37 IN 564-446-434--49--77 CHIP SHOTS . Konieczny, who . . Big John is defending champion in the event and has been playing his usual goo pressure- golf again this year has to be rated the favorite for Sunday's "Everson World Series of Golf."\Big K has been playing competitive golf over 40 years, and is always at his best when it' comes to playing mateches. There doesn't seem to be any weaknesses in his game . . . Gene Dzambo should also be rated close to the'top. Every so often Gene encounters the putting "yips" but the res) of his game is always on target . . . Ed Kovalik, who has one of the straightest golf games you would want to watch, wil] be handicapped by not having played Linden Hall too often (Pleasant View at Norvelt is his'home course), and he may find the. greens hard to read . . Billy Levendosky Jr. came along great this year, winning the junior championship at Linden Hall and Pleasant View's club championship, along with the Everson Invitational. But he may find his lack of experience in this type of play hurting 'him. Congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Ron Misiewicz, proud parents of a new daughter. Ron works in The Daily Courier's Scottdale branch office and each week takes this column to The Courier's sports desk. The league appreciates R o n ' s service in this respect, and extends its best wishes to parents and daughter . . . Jack Soliday of C onnellsville continues to play good golf. Last week he was two-over-par at 74, with rounds of 36 and 38 . . . There was a fine turnout last week for the Everson VFW Open Tournament, with the players later enjoying another fine dinner prepared by Mrs. Jean Lewandowski. Thanks also to Cokie Pogwizd and Bob Sand- zimier, who handled scoring duties; Bill Grzywinski and Fred Eberharter, social and refreshments; and John Surniak, prizes. scored There were 57 birdies by competing the 81 golfers . . Chuck Queer shot a five-over-pair 77, but missed his chance to win-the tournament putts . . . a 76, with three-putter away . . members winning p r i z e s included Bill O'Neal (most when he took 40 Mark Wasko had one hole being a from four feet . Pleasant View bogies) and prize) . . . Connellsville Joe Testa (door Jack Yeager of competed a n d Bob Bellush Pleasant Kos- brought along as his guest his brother-in-law, Jim DeBolt, a high school golf coach in New Jersey. Jim picked up a couple of prizes, for having the least number of putts over the 18 holes (25) and hitting the most pars (13) . .1 of "the Mount ciuszko Club League was also a double winner, having highest gross score (122)'and winning a special door prize . . . There were also a couple of new winners. Mike Young, of the Screw Bolt League, and Sam Spicola, Connellsville Knights of Columbus League player, were first and second low net scorers, Mets Run Themselves Out of Contention NOT THIS TIME!" -- Mount Pleasant quarterback John Shaw is halted by Norwin defender in attempt at end run during their game last night at MPHS Stadium. Mark Savasta of Norwin moves in at right. Norwin stopped three scoring threats by Vikings, then got two touchdowns in fourth and won Foothills Conference game, 13-0. N This was first win in three games for Norwin, with Mount Pleasant showing identical record. Shaw completed three of seven-passes for 40 yards. (Courier Photo) Norwin Surprises Mount Pleasant 13-0 Offhand, it would have to be ailed a mild upset. But mild ir not, the net results was a hocker. It was another case of win ning the battle, but losing the war, as Norwin scored twice in he fourth quarter and hung a 3-0 surprise setback on Mount 'leasant, in their Foothills Con- erence game at he MPHS field. The loss also ruined the home )pener of the Vikings, who had plit two previous road games, and marked an unsuccessful de- iut at home for Joe Arrigo as lead coach. Both teams now stand 1-2. Norwin had previously lost to ionnellsville and Kiski Area, vhile Mount Pleasant lost to jatrobe and beat Greensburg- 3alem. All the statistics were in favor f Mount Pleasant. The Vikings ed in first downs, 16-4;'rush- ng yardage, 235 to 119: and passing yardage, 40 to 17. MPHS completed three of its seven passes and Norwin had one completion in nine tries. Norwin also intercepted two passes, and recovered two of the four Mount Pleasant fumbles. Halfback Doug Lauffer scored both t o u c h d o w n s for the Knights, both in the fourth, after they had battled through three scoreless periods. Mount Pleasant missed three chances to score early in the game. In the first period, they moved from their own 35 to the Norwin one, where the Knights dug in and held on downs. Another drive ended on the 17 where the Vikings fumbled in the second quarter, and a pass intercepion killed a third bid in the third quarter. A fumble and pass interception set up the two Norwin scores. End Jerome ered a Viking 'Bounty Hunters 9 Go at Schmucker's A strong field of late model Heading the list of local tock cars is expected at entries are Paul Fess of Mount chmucker's Speedway, " near Pleasant, Roger Watt o f respectively. Sam was also lowiL atro be Airport, tonight for the Labrobe and Dan White from net scormc leader and second L'^,,,,,,^ onnnoi "·Br.nnHT Tlimfore'f'iViaTnninn all nf wlhAm are net scoring leader and second flight winner in the Connellsville KC tournament -- prize day outing last Sunday at Pleasant second annual "Bounty Hunters Invitational." The race is the given an excellent chance of richest of, the fall season and winning. Valley CC Sam played a lot of 'golf this summer with some of the Junior carries a $4200 purse. The winner's share of the 70-'TM% J 1 ®. i · (Nr'/vn i-l_ «*» n-mrl--~,n illdlvlllK U Time trials begin at 6:30 p.m., fastest 25 qualifiers le 70-lap feature, positions League members,- picking up fS acS T/finish irom * special consolation i \ · * i - i iQriver nrsi acrosa me iiiutui a.jnmt Aic/\ i«nin.rWi TMi iVm Jhnw a few pointers to improve his Y\r , event. AISO mciuaea on uie snow game, and he expects to be, w 111 be a regular, full program one of the new members in I ^ ver 50 of % to P duit track-of'Cadet Division races, the Senior League next summer. ! st .f s of * e Tri-State area will! Sehmucker's Speedway plans -attempt to crack the 30-carjto continue Saturday night stock starting field. In addition, aticar action into October as long The 'World Series committee and the of Golf' Everson League extends its appreciation to Pete Byble of Scottdale, who has donated the big trophy that will be awarded to 'the 'Series' winner . . . It's a real honor to play in the Series, an event hat does much to bring added interest to area golf competition . . Augie Oalanti, John Lowther, Jim Nicola, and John Dursa, Greensburg -Mends of Cokie Pogwizd, were l a t e arriving at the tee for the VFW Open. They didn't win anything, and got the job of picking up all the flags from the course, ;ince they were the last foursome around . , . Lowther finally beat his father-in-law (Dursa) for the first time in five years . . . Gene. Dzambo said a year ago that par ,is no good if one wants to win the title in this league. Gene had 19 putts on the front nine, which cost him the match . . Bill Levendosky, Andy Knapp, Nick Waller and Daily Courier Sports Editor Jim Kriek played a round this week, and had to battle the heat and humidity, 'in addition to par. Jim is starting to get off the tees in good form and expects to keep right on playing until the snow flies. Andy had a fine par 36 on the front nine. Waller has gotten rid of his duckhook, but has now picked least two drivers from Detroit, Mich., Marv Parenteau and Ray Nece, have promised promoter Paul Schmucker they will have their cars in the pits. as the weather permits. With most area tracks a l r e a d y closed, many new faces should be on the scene dcring the brief autumn season. Tierney recov- fumble at the Mount Pleasant 44, and three plays later, from the 39, Lauffer took / a pitchout from quarterback 'Doug Plank and raced around end to score. George Hempel kicked the extra point, and Norwin had a 7-0 lead, which turned out to be more than enough. Mount Pleasant started 10 get another drive going, and quarterback John Shaw fired a pass long downfield. But Lauffer, playing defensive back as well as on offense, intercepted at the MPHS 46, angled to his right and outian everybody for the second 5-core of the game. Mount Pleasant halfback Phil Grimm injured his ankle in the second half, but was released after treatment at the Frick Hospital emergency room. The lineups: MOUNT PLEASANT-- 0 Ends-- Kostelmk, Isola, Fullman; Tackles -- Echard, Miller; Guards-- Farzati, Iwamec, Hudak; Centers -- Brown, Patula; Backs -- Shaw, Blanda, Gorinski, Grimm, Hall, Eckels, Foriska, Throm. N O R W I N -- 13 Ends -- T i e r n e y , Selchan; Tackles-- Savasla, dorona, Koper, Lyons; Guards-- Freeman, Chunlla; Center-- Lynch; Backs --Plank, Yuhas, Tray, Hempel, Blair, L a u f f e r , Wichrowski, Vance, Lehman. Score by quarters: Mount Pleasant 0 0 0 0 -- 0 Norwin 0 0 0 13-13 Norwin Touchdowns -- Lauffer 2 (39, run; 46, run with intercepted pass); PAT--Hempel (kick). THE YARDSTICK MPHS NHS 16 ... First Downs .. 235 .... Yards Rushing .... 119 40 .... Yards Passing . . . 17 7-3 Passes, Completions 9-1 1 .... Interceptions by 4 Fumbles .. . 0 2 . Fumbles Lost . 0 Sfeefers 7 Sunday Opponenf: Denver Leading Toughest Division By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer The Denver Broncos, of Denver beat Buffalo easily Miami. Kansas City plays Bal,last week while the three other f rt jpowerhouses all went down to w defeat. to an early lead in what is considered the tough- Broncos are in a strong hold that lead unday as they play host to the S teeters, routed last ton last week super bowl champions, the Kansas City Chiefs, the Oakland Raiders, who lost only one (regular season game last year, and the San Diego Chargers. up a slice. Nick used three different putting styles--left and right handed, and one-handed . . . Chuck Queer shot a 67 at Linden Hall last Sunday, the best round since Big John Konieczny set the course record of 66 back on May 25,1966. kickoff for 25. quarter series, In one third Little carried eight consecutive times to move Denver from its own 47 to the Buffalo three-yard line. Bill Thompson; ,the AFL punt return champion last year, also had quite an opening ^day as he brougnt back'four for 83 yards, including a 45-yard gallop. In other American Conference action Sunday, the New York Jets play Boston, Oakland meets San Diego and Houston tackles timore in a Monday night game. National Conference action finds Minnesota meeting New Orleans, Dallas playing the New York iGianls, St Louis meeting Washington, Green Bay testing Atlanta and Chicago hosting Philadelphia. In inter-conference play, San Francisco meets Cleveland, De troit meets Cincinnati and Los Angeles plays Buffalo. HAM and TURKEY SHOOT OCT. 4th i P.M. BULLSKIN TWP. FIREMEN Take 982 and turn left at Durbir. Secretarial School Major League Standings National League East W.' L. Pittsburgh New York Chicago St. Louis Philadelphia Montreal 85 81 81 74 71 70 72 75 75 83 85 87 Pet. GB .541 ... .519 3 J /2 .519 3% .471 11 .455 13 .446 15 x-Cincinnati Los Angeles Sain Francisco Atlanta Houston San Diego West W. L. Pet. 99 59 .627 85 71 84 72 83 83 95 75 73 62 GB .545 13 .538 14 .475 24 .46825 .395 36V2 By IRA MILLER UPI Sports Writer PITTSBURGH (UPI) -- Run, Tommie, run. Don't run, Tommie, don't run. But Tonnmie didn't and then he did, and so the New York line today in their hopes repeat the miracle of 1969. The finish came swiftly I x-Clinched Div. Title Friday's Results Pittsburgh 4 New York 3 Philadelphia 5 Chicago 3 Montreal 7 St. Louis 5 Houston 7 Atlanta 4, 12 inns Los Angeles 9 Cincinnati 3 San Diego 7 San Francisco 4 Today's Probable Pitchers St. Louis (Brites 5-7) at Montreal (Wegener 3-6), 2:15 Chicago (Decker 2-7) at Philadelphia (Lersch 5-3), 2:15 New York (Seaver 18-12) at Pittsburgh (Blass 10-12), 2:15 Houston (Dierker 14-12) at Atlanta (Stone 11-10), 2:15 p.m. Los Angeles -(Button 14-12) ait Cincinnati (Gullett 4-2), 2:15 San Diego (Coombs 10-13) at San Francisco (Marichal 11-10), American League East W. L. Pet. GB x-Baltimore New York Boston Detrbit Cleveland Washington x-Minnesota Oakland California Kansas City Milwaukee Chicago 102 90 84 77 75 70 West W. 95 86 81 62 62 54 68 74 80 82 86 L. 61 71 75 94 95 .654 .. .570 13 .532 19 .490 .478 27 J / 2 .449 32 Pet. GB .609 .. .548 9 1 .519 14 .397 33 .395 33% 56 100 .359 39 x-Clinched Div. Title Friday's Results Detroit 3 New York 1, 1st New York 8 Detroit 3, 2nd Chicago 5 Milwaukee 1, 1st Milwaukee 3 Chicago 2, 2nd Boston 5 Washington 1 Minnesota 1 Kansas City 0 Ball 9 Cleveland 7, 13 inns Oakland 6 California 0 Today's Probable Pitchers Milwaukee (Pattin 13-12) at Chicago (Weaver 1-2), 2:15 p.m. Baltimore (Palmer 20-10) at Cleveland (Paul 2-7), 1:30 p.m. Detroit (Kilkenny 7-6) at New York (Peterson 18-11), 2 p.m. Oakland (Blue 2-0) at California (Murphy 15-13), ll p.m. Minnesota (Perry 23-12) at Kansas City (Johnson 7-12), Boston (Gulp 16-14) at Washington (Belinsky 0-0), 7:30 p.m. Jeannefte Out Of 'A' Running Jeannette was knocked out o: the Class 'A' running last night when Swissvale hung a 7-0 setback on the Jayhawks in their Mon-Yough Coach Joe Conference game Mucci's Jayhawks fumbled at the 15 in the third quarter. Mark Antolik recoverec and ran to the 10, from where Pat Doyle scored on the firsl play from scrimmage. Brentwood Tops Albert Gallatin Brentwood took a night off from Mon-Yough Conference action to whip Albert Gallatin's still winless Colonials 22-6. Brentwood is now 1-2 and AG stands- 0-2-1. Brentwood held a 22-0 lead before Albert iGallatin got on the board in the fourth. Wayne Krays plunged one yard, Jeff Lovda went six yards, and Bob Silk caught a 21-yard pass from Tom Lazungo for Brentwood touchdowns. AG missed being blanked when Stan Boskovich caught a nine-yard pass from Bert Bowers. The score: Brentwood A. Gallatin 14 0 0 8-22 0 0 0 6 - 6 i Base-Running Mistakes Ruin Comeback Attempt; BUGS' Magic Number Three with him in the seventh and the Mets tied it. By FRED McMANE UPI Sports Writer Miracles just don't happen every year. Mets are facing the end of the The New York Mets sadly to found that out Friday night. , The Mets, who stood the ri _ Ibaseball world on its ear a year when they went on to n a 1'ong fly field and then getting out trying to steal third for the from the National League's East Division race when they lost to the Mets lost to the Pittsburgh ga ^ * betofid^SM* Pirates S JI Pir-ates 4-3. | on jy gj x g ames remaining and With five games to play, the Pittsburgh's magic number for Pirates took a 3 1-2 game lead clinching the division title is over both the Mets and Chicago only three. Cubs, who were tied for second.) The evening was not only a It appears only a complete total loss for the Mets but also collapse could cost Pittsburgh for the Chicago Cubs, who are the National League's Eastern tied with the Mets for second. Division pennant. .The Cubs lost to the Philadel- New York's base-running boo-,^ 3 Phillies, 5-3 and also seem .mow to have little chance of boos upset even the Mets normally unflappable manager, Gil Hodges. "Any Mme a man's on second overhauling the Pirates. In other NL action, Los Angeles whipped Cincinnati, 93; Montreal nipped St Louis, 7- - T. 1 J I ' -.··*. VM U L WM..L AJ-LJJU^U. *_*(, .l^njlJkiOj * base with none out, he should's; Houston beat Atlanta, 14 in '"12 innings and San Diego tag 'the base immediately , Hodges said. Of the attempted topped San Francisco. 7-4. steal, he said: I Tim McCarver and Don "Agee ran on his own-- he Money led to Chicago's down- had no order. It was a gamibleifall with back-to-back home pl a y.» 'runs in the sixth inning and The Pirates took a 4-2 leadl^ck Wise protected the margin into the ninth but the Mets TOth a five-hitJter. Tommy quicMy scored when pinchhitter Ron Swoboda wialked and Agee lined a double to leftceoter. Then Joe Gibbon took over Davis runs with a al of Chicago's homer and a double Claude Osteen pitched a six- for Pirates Joe Foy on four pitches Eddie Yost, the Mets' third base coach, went out to speak to Agee. Cleon Jones, the next batter lined deep to Roberto Clemente in right field. Agee held second. "I thought all the way it was going to fall in there, 1 ' Agee said "That was the only reason why I didn't go back to tag up. It was a matter of judgement. I guess my judgement was bad Tom Haller led a attack with three hits each. Ron Fairly's three-run homer with two out in the ninth inning enabled the Expos to win their 70th game of the season. Last year in their initial campaign they won only 52. on that play." Gibbon then Shamsky and struck out Art catcher Manny Sanguillen got Agee trying to steal third for a game-ending double play. "I thought I had a pretty good jump," Agee said "I figured he was going to throw him a breaking ball, and if he throws him a fast ball, I figure he'll hit it. He threw him a fiast ball and he missed it." G i b b o n said "I couldn't understand Hodges' move running in that situation," but it turned out not to be Hodges' move. Agee's ninth-inning lapse overshadowed Willie Stargell's perfect throw that nailed Ken Boswel at home to end the eighth inning with what was also ait that time the tying run. Boswell, trying to score from second on Bud Harrelson's single to left, was cut down by 20 feet It looked like everything happened to us tonight," said a dejected Hodges as he sa4 slowly sipping a soft drink and pausing for reflection as he answered reporters' questions. Mudcat Grant, the third oi five Pirates' pitchers, faced only one batter--Jones in the seventh--but got him to hit into one of the Pirates' four double plays and then they snapped a 2-2 tie in the bottom of the seventh Jose Pagan singled off losing pitcher Deain Chance, the third of four pitchers used by the Mets, and John Jeter ran for Mm. Jeter took second on a wild pitch, was sacrificed to third by Gene Alley and scored on Matty Alou's third hit of the night, a line single to left. In the eighth, the Pirates scored 'again on Sanguillen's single, Bob Robertson's walk and a single by Stargell. Pittsburgh took a 2-0 lead before Bob Moose's wildness he walked the leadoffi batter in four straight innings'- j caught up TING MATCH SUNDAY, SEPT. 27 HAMS and TURKEYS at 1 P.M. INDIAN HEAD BALL FIELD Saltlick Twp. Volunteer Firemen Agee, c£ NEW YORK--3 AS 5 1 0 4 4 4 2 3 0 0 4 1 1 0 1 0 0 0 Swoboda, ph 0 Garrertt, 3b Foy, ph Jones, If Shamsky, rf Clendenon, lb Boswell, 2b Grote, c Singleton, ph Dyer, o Harrelson, ss Koosman, p Marshall, ph Frisella p Rranepool, ph. Caspar, pr . Chance, p . McGraw, p H Bt 2 1 PITTSBDRGH-^ AB 4 30 3 9 3 Alou, cf . . . Cash, 2b . . . 4 Clemente, rf . . . 3 Sanguillen, c . . . 4 Robertson, l b . . 3 Stargell, If . 4 Pagan, 3b 2 Jeter, p r . 0 Hebner, 3b 1 Alley, ss ....... 3 Moose, p . . . . 2 Giusti, p ....... 0 Grant, p . . 0 Oliver, ph 0 Cline, ph . 1 Lamb, p . . 0 Gibbon, p ........ 0 H BI 3 1 41 4 10 4 New York . . 000 002 001--3 Pittsburgh 100 100 llz-- 4 DP-- New York 2, Pittsburgh 4; LOB-- New York 10, Pittsburgh 7 2B -- Cash, Aigee, 3B-- Alou, San- guillen, S--Alley. 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