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THE GETTYSBURG TIMES. FRIDAY. OCTOBER 12. 1979 J g S P fin «" s KA Cteta. left, and Gettysburg's John Schulieis near the 'l^^ betwe * n "* «*· scho « Is - CWaa fin * h «l second Warriors woe the key BML meet. (Times Photo) BML Cross Country Warriors Win The Big One Thanks to overall team strength and a large, enthusiastic group of supporters. Gettysburg High defeated Big Spring. 21-35. to remain unbeaten in Blue Mountain League Cross Country action Thursday. If the Warriors, now 11-0" defeat Camp Hill Monday, they would win the league championship. In other meets. James Buchanan defeated Bermu- tfian. 20-37. Xew Oxford beat Scotland. 16-51. Susquenita beat Littlestown. 25-31. and Greencastle defeated Big- terville. 17-47. In two Riri's meets, Gettysburg defeated Big Spring lfr-53 but lost to Chamberstiurg 26-29. Greencastle beat Biglervilie. . "It was just an excellent total team effort." said Gettysburg Coach Jim Laurit- .sen. "I thought the score would be closer than that but we just had too much team strength. "I'd like to personally thanks the fans (125) tha't showed up to cheer for the team. I think their support really helped." The Warriors' Todd Jones won the meet with a record time of 15:47.3. Big Spring's Rich Clelan was second but then Gettysburg swept-the next three places to win the meet. Rob Cooper was third. John Schulteis finished fourth, and Jay Schmitt placed fifth. Capturing the first two places. James Buchanan went on to defeat Bermudian. Rod Timmons finished first for the Rockets. The Eagles" Bob Weaver placed third for Bermudian. "Bob Weaver ran a really strong race and the team is really looking forward to running Shippensburg and Northern next week." said Eagles" coach 'Larry Redding. Winning the first four places. Xew Oxford easily- downed Scotland. George Klunk captured first place for the Colonials. "It was ar good effort. Everyone ran as a group and Scott Hoffnagle ran the best race of his life." said Xew Oxford Coach Mark Stripe. Susquenita's Dave Kiner finished first to lead the Blackhawks to victory over Littlestown. Dave Strickler had the best Littlestown finish, coming in third. Scott Mowen finished first in a time of 16:27 to lead Greencastle to victory over Bigierville. Kevin Randall of Greencastle was second in a time of 16:47: Scott Palmer, also of Greencastle. was third, in a time of 17.45: and George Oyler of Biglerville was fourth in a time of i7:55. The Canners' next best finish was turned in by Keith Heyser who finished seventh in a time of 19:01. Gettysburg's girls split a pair of races with Big Spring and-Chambersburg. Colleen Xavin of Chambersburg won the dual meet race in a time of 19:53. Karen Bender of Gettysburg finished third for the Warriors and broke a school record in doing so. Bender's time was 20:37. Margaret Weikert set a course record in a time of .20:52 but the Canners still lost to Greencastle. Deb Wilson of Greencastle was second in a time "of 21:55 and Greencastle's Theresa Gray bill placed third in a time of 21:59. Gettysburg Looking For Second Victory · -Judging by records. Gettysburg College U-l i would appear to be a good bet to win its second game of the season when its hosts Moravian 10-4; "this weekend- After all. the . Bullets are coming off a 50-6 rout of Dickinson, a team which defeated the Greyhounds earlier this year. Gettysburg Coach Barry Streeter. however, isn't taking anything for granted"There is no "way we'll judge another team by its record." Streeter said" -Just because we won one ball game doesn't mean we have the right to jump to conclusions." This game, which will highlight Parents Weekend, at Gettysburg, is only the second-meeting between the two schools. The first was last year when the Greyhounds carried off a 17-7 decision in a game played in a steady- downpour. "We were once 0-4 and I thought we had a pretty good team Streeter said. "So we have no reason to take this game lightly. 1 saw the Mora\ ian-Widener films and I was quite impressed with Moravian's aggressive defense. Their front seven are quite strong. I couldn't single out one outstanding player among them because I fee! they are all good. "I think one of the problems Moravian has had has been getting its offense going. I understand their regular quarterback. Daryi Eppley. was injured last week and will be out the rest of the year. If this is true then Junior High Football Braves Still Undefeated Undefeated Gettysburg Junior High rolled to its fifth straight victory Thursday with a 22-0 triumph at Scotland. ·In other county games. Biglerville and Bermudian played to a 6-6 tie and Littlestown and New Oxford also pteyed to a 6-6 deadlock. The East at Delone game was cancelled. Jji the opening period, the Braves moved the ball to the Sestiapd 1-yard line but fumbled with the Cadets recovering. Scotland attempted to move the ball out but was tossed for a safety by the Braves" defense. Gettysburg took the ensuing, kickorf and marched to the 6-yard line from where Daye Sandoe tallied early hi the second quarter. Wayne Benin kicked the extra point. Late in the half Dick Newman capped a drive by carrying over from the 3. Heflin's conversion kick went wide, his first miss of the season after seven successful boots. Bink Williams, raced 30 yards on a quarterback keeper in the third period for the final touchdown. Heflin added the point on a kick. Next Thursday the Braves put their record on the line when they host Chambersburg Central, probably their strongest foe of the year. Gettysburg · · · ^ 13 T 0--2 ScoUand 0 0 u 0-- V Touchdown*:. Saodoe. Newman, Wj!- lianjs PAT. Hefiin 2. Kicks Safely. Gettysburg Biglerville and Bermudian Springs Junior Highs battled to a 6-6 deadlock on the Canners" field. Brian Blevins scored in the first quarter for Bermudian. The kick for the extra point was blocked by Todd Kane. In the second period Ray Thompson streaked 35 yards for Biglerviile's score. A pass on the conversion try failed. Biglerville (0-2-2) showed improvement with the backs running better and the defense doing a good job. Bermudian is now 1-2-2. they will have to make even more unplanned adjustments. However, we'll continue to work on defending what we know about them despite the new quarterback." Moravian head coach Ed Little will call on Jack Bradley, a junior defensive back, to slip over and run the offense. He will have good support from running backs Daren Eppley t Daryl's brother) and Torn McAnany. Eppley has 160 yards on 61 rushes and McAnany 118 yards on 31 carries. Bradley's top receivers are Paul Tuttle and Eppley. Tuttle has pulled in 10 aerials for 97 yards and Eppley has caught five for 29 yards". Streeter will go with the same offensive team he has used the last two weeks. However, it was verified that running back Jon Scott will not have to undergo surgery but he has been put in a cast and will be out the rest of the season. He injured his right knee in the Juniata game. The Bullet coaching staff made some defensive changes last week and they indicated they will no't change this week. Derailed Offenses Hurt Pro Picker B HAL BOCK AP Sports Writer Getting rained on at the Worid Series can cause rust but since they re not invohed in baseball's big show, what excuse do the San Diego and Buffalo offense* have? What are the odds...oops, sorry. coaunissioner...that the high-powered Chargers and Bills would both surrender a single touchdown on the sasne day and both Jose because they failed to score a poms.' Thai', what happened la*\ Sunday «ith Chicago blanking Buffalo and Uemer shutting out San Diego Those two game* derailed the Pro I'-ckvr a bi' but he'll take the 9-5 which included the Giants' uj»et of Tampa Ba\ -- with the score on ihe button The season's record i? »-28 for .663. The picks. N Y . GIANTS IT. SAN FHANC1SCU 13 !: ihev could handle unoeaten Tampd Ba\. :hi- Giants ~-uu : d aKo beat the winless 49er CLEVELAND 27. WASHINGTON K Tiie patchwork Kedskiife are starting tu co::t- aiwrt at -v -tani-. TAMPA BAY 24. NEW ORLEAXS 10 "Back no.ne ih» dues should recover from :isa! Giant shocks and take it out on the Saints. MIAMI 20. BITFALO IT K.«,:bal! axw:;- ;·!! us the Dolphins don't IOM- at honu- and (ion . :«s- !.* the BilU any where PITTSBURGH 31. CINCINNATI 14 A .wisic fur she Steelers" offense again; '.he do-aiiaim o-: Bvnga : PHILADELPHIA 19. ST. LOUIS lo Why are the Eagles underdogs in this game' Has W - i b e r t Montgomery switched sides? NEW ENGLAND IT. CHICAGO 1U If the Pals defense can control Walter Pay ton. they *!:uu!d *in Bui that's more easily said than done KANSAS" CITY 14. DENVER JU: The Chiefs don't score much, but they don't let the other gu\ do n e'lher HOUSTON 2S. BALTIMORE ~- This sami-'isscheduled for Baltimore. assuming the rain has ,-iuuped and the Orioles and Pirates have finished tht- fir-t t\\ o games of the World Series in the mud there SAX DIEGO30. SEATTLE 17 Dan rout.- vhouldget the Chargers' attack rolling again this «eek again-' th» Sea- hawks. OAKLAND 14. ATLANTA lu- The double t!«ht end o-- fense works -- when Ua-.e Casper and Raymond Che-t-'- are the tiaht ends DETROIT21. GREEN BAY 17. The Lions' v us: ,- a , ion K building again. The Packers should provide ihe release for DALLAS 17. LOS ANGELES 14 Sundav a-gnt- The signing of John Duiton provides an e:nolK.na; h:t for the Lowboy^. MINNESOTA 20. N.Y. JETS 17 -Mundav nigh;. The Jets play better at home out their inconsistency dooms them. 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P* HKS Becker's Lawn Garden PAGE n^ Sports Briefs Bridgman Named Captain PHILADELPHIA (APi -- Philadelphia Fivers coach Pat Quinn has named center Mel Bridgman captain of the National Hockey League team. Bridgman. 24. succeeds Bobby Clarke, who was named a player-assistant coach with the team. The move was announced Thursday. Bridgman is the Flyers" fourth captain in their 13-year history. Lou Angotti was the expansion club's first captain, followed by Ed van Impe and then Clark in 1972. A first-round pick in the 1975 amateur draft. Bndaman had 24 goals and 35 assists last year. He finished second only to Behn Wilson in team penalty minutes with 184. McCullough Takes Lead COLUMBUS. Ga. i AP i -- Mike McCullough ripped a 5-under-par 65 for a one-shot lead after the ftrstroundbf the S200.000 Southern Open Golf Tournament. Defending champion Jerry- Pate and Eddie Pearce were tied for second after each shot 66s over the hilly, par-70. 6.91yard Green Island Country Club course. Two Tied For First PORTSMOUTH. Va.: AP i -- Australian Jan Stephenson and American Shelley Hamlin shot 3-under-par 69s to share the first-round lead "in the SlUO.OOO LPGA tournament in chilly, mid-50 temperatures with a slight wind. Both Stephenson and Hamhn boeeyed the 17th hole and both missed short birdie putts on the 18th to finish one stroke in front of Amy Alcott and Joanne Carner over the 6.100-yard Elizabeth "Manor course. Nancy Lopez Meilon. the leading money-winner on the LPGA tour this year with a record $193.750. experienced her worst roundfbf 1979. a 7over-par 79 DESIRES POSITION AS CONTROLLER - CPA AUDIT MANAGER i ACCOUNTING MANAGER - FINANCIAL ANALYST \ CALL 301-797-7649 \ Red River Rivalry Continues Saturday By The Associated Press Texas has the defers^*? aixj Oklahoma the offene A::d boih ha', e yards of e:no!:oiuii intensity for their annua! "Battle "of Big D footb«s : game Saturday*. "Texas si.-jjph ha- :."~ finest defense :n the cojr- try.' said Oklahoma Cuai -. Barry Swiizer as he prepare- to play Texas in Dailas Oklahoma's high-power--j offense has proauced 45 ? points and 442 yards a go.-:.-The Texas defence nv -.r. while. hat. allowec wv. '.'j~i yard- and M\ po:fii- ·,,,-·: game thus far Bo'h schools fo.'Ke .: !· ·".: -.Red R:ver rivalry u::c*fj-r. for the 22na n.-ne. Tr..ri ranked Oklahoma ;.- 4 j ; : r. _ No 4 Texas is 3-u "They won't be tre be=i ··:- fen-e we ve faced tr y^ar out iheir defene :- :ne.r pride." -ays Sooner Oef--:. sive back Mike 3aob Te.xa- lead-; ir.f- o: e-a .-t-rse? 43-27-3 but -.he t^a:::- are tied 16-i-! -:r.ce WorJj War II. There's htiit prob:e;r. ge: ting them reaay for :h game. ""We have a lot o: --ar^t.--- fr-j:r. Texa« " ^.;a Bars The only Ok!ah«:nan on '.rt- Tex« 'i-a: - j i - tight end Ste\ e Ha!: S'Aii/er says there's "no other inatehup this year h*ie i; :.-: toilegiate footbal! Sijir.e 72 (M0 fan- are ex- pec led so w lines- the na::on- a!!y tele-i :sed metiaKS :n the Cotton Bowi. In other games :n\o'.\:r.d !"e Top Ten teams No 1 -vu»hem Cal p'a;. - ho-* ;o .-icsnford. No 2 Alabama ·· i -- K'onca. Kar.sa- pla_ - N 5 Nebra-K«. No o Washington tackles Ar^ona .v.a:«. No 7 Houston play : Texa- AM. Indians -.:-::No o Ohio Stale. N j J Florida Stale ss host 10 M.--;--!pp! Slate and No ;«,i Notre Dame play s A*r Force K--ewnere. it t. M.nnf-ot«i .:! No !! Michigan. No U \rsa::-a- at Texa Tecs No I'i LSL a: Georg:a Wake --"ore-: ai No. 54 Nortn Caro-ina Oklahoma Slate::: N-J 15 Mi^-ours. No. !6 B"i U ^i'. L ;ah State .Mary Ir.a 2: N" 17 North Carolina State \ anaerbili at No !8 Auburn No !9 \lichiaan State at W:«- con-:n and Hhno!- at No 2u Purdue Southern Ca! Coa-..-: Jo-: Hobm-on ·« to.icerr.e'j A.,' Stanford s a.r attack a."or^ other ihmg- "They pass the ba-l «:.; have good quarterbacks ar.o good receivers." sa:d Rob-son "And. as usual they 'hard to figure oat Wnea ire played Army, you wonderec if Stanford e-.en realized it was a real gajiie. Then they came back and p!a\ed gooc against UCLA Stanford losi 10 Tuiane ar.c Army, then beat San Jose State and Boston College before upsetting UCLA "27-24 iast Saturday to put the Car- d;naii PaciU mark at 1-u Southern Ca! is 5-0. 2-0 in the conference Florida's team j- r:dd!ed ·A ith 'nanes for the Alabama game "If we had a healthy team :-ome momentum going and haan t missed pan of our spring and fail practice work, there would be room for a :oi of special feelings." rionda Coach Charley Pel! ia;d But with the problems we re concerned with, we don t have time for special fee: ings " Geoffrion Receives Ovation By The Associated Pres"Boon: Boom" Geoffr:-..-: :naae a. lot of noise through the years in the Nations: Hockey League. Thursday night, they mace some noise for "mm when ine onetime Montreal star returned to coach the Cana- diens. "I was very movec bv the ovaiion." sa;c Gc-offrion-. whose real name ;s 3e.-n:e and who played bn:hantly for Montreal in the 1950s ana 1960:-. Hi:, coaching wa up to h:- play m« standa-ds as me Canadiens opened their season with a 3-! -. ictory o\ er tht Atlanta Flames. Elsewhere in the N H L . Boston beat Wmmpea 4-u. Minnesota stopped Hartforc 4-1. Buffalo defeaiea Washington 63. Pmiadeipma turned back the New York !-- landers 5-2 ana St. Louis and Colorado played to a 3-3 tie While being the first \ ic- tvry for Geoffrion w i t h MwUreal. :t was actua-iy h:s luoth in the NHL He recorded 59 victories with the Flames ana 40 as the coach of New York Rangers NHL Hockey Bruins 4. Jets U Al Secord scored 40 second- into ihe game to trigger Boston over Winnipeg, last year's champions in ihe now-defunct World Hockey \ssiic;auon Sabres 6. Capitals 3 Danny Gare scored two goals and assisted on another to pace - Bcffa'o over Washington. The Sabres scored twice in the opening three minutes, then added two more goals within 29 sec- onos to go ahead for gooc :n the second period. North Stars 4. Whalers 1 Brad Maxwell. Bobby- Smith and Steve Payne scored fimpenod goals, powering Minnesota over Hartford". Gary Edwards was outstanding in goal for Minnesota, blanking the Whalers until 14 -15 of the final period. Flyers 5. Islanders 2 Goals by Paul Holmgren. Brian Propp and Al Hill in an 81-second span of the second period led Philadelphia past the New York Islanders, the victory was the itrst for the Fivers over the Islanders in two seasons. Blues 3. Rockies 3 Ralph Klassen capped a three-goal rally in the third period to help St. Louis gain a tie wren Colorado. Until the Biues erupted for the final three goais of the game, the Rockies had delighted a home opening-night crowd of 12.815 who had come out for Coach Eton Cherry's debut. Green Likely To Continue , BALTIMORE i AP · -- Dallas Green, "who moved into 'the Philadelphia Philhes dugout for the final six weea* of the 1979season. will almost certamiy continue as manager, the Associated Pr.s has learned. The "Phi'liei are exoeczed to announce Green s fiiiltiir.? appointment at a news conference shortly after the World Series, a source ciose to the team told the AP Thursday. - Green was persuaded by Phiiiies'-owner. Ruly CaT- penrer and personnel director Paul Owens to leave his job as head of the club's farm system and become manage- after Danny Ozars was fired in Atlanta Aug. 20. The Associated Press reported last week that the job -···as Green's in 1980, if the former major league pitcher wanted 10 continue as field boss. Apparently Green decided he wanted one of the 26 most coveted jobs In sports. Green accompanied Owens to Baltimore where they talked with at least four teams about potential trades. Although neither Owens nor Green would confirm or deny the appointment, a source close to the team said it was 98 percent certain. NEW CAR TOYOTA Inc. Waynesboro. ON NEW TOYOTA'S! ·ALL CARS \H STOCK MUST GO! -ON THE SPOT BANK FINANCING. 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