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10 THE DAILY ITEM Sunbury, Pa., Mon., Oct. 13, 1975 fj M 0 SCORES FOR WILDCATS - Quarterback Chart Hellenbaeh eludes South Williams-pert player as he skirts end to score Mif- Pottsvilfe SHAMOKIN - Wiping out an early 16-0 deficit, the Crimson Tide of Pottsville High. (5-1) came from behind to edge (2-4) here Saturday night, 20-16. The triumph over the 1974 cochampions of the Eastern Conference kept Pottsville in the thick of the battle for the '75 conference title. Craig Davis, a two TD scorer for. PottsviOe, plunged over from three-yards out with 1:03 left in the game to give the SchuylfciM Couiwians the 11th hour victory. Lourdes tried two desperation aerials in the final moments of the game but both were incomplete. The outcome served a s revenge for a 21-20 Shamokin Area High come-from -behind victory over Pottsville here Friday night, Oct. 3. PotisvSle will face Mount Carmel in the Memorial Stadium, Pottsville Friday night, Oct. 17, while Lourdes wifl meet unbeaten Shamokin Area (6-0) the Robert L. Northwest CATAWISSA - The Nor-thwest "Rangers (1-5) used first and third period TDs here Saturday night to blank the Southern Columbia Tigers (1-5), 12-0, In a "B" division Susquehanna Valley Football Trojans, Bulldogs win HEGINS Unbeaten Upper Dauphin High romped to its sixth straight victory and Berwick (5-1) prepped for its key game with Shikellamy this weekend with a 30-14 victory over arch-rival Bloomsburg baturaay. Upper Dauphin whipped Tri-Valley, 36-0. Quarterback Todd Gittings completed six of 11 passes for Upper Dauphin and three went for touchdowns. Gittings fired to Jim Miller for 62 yards and to Jim Mahoney and Sam Gentile for 35 and 23 yards, respectively. Miller returned a punt 90 yards for another TD, and Gentile caught another pass for a 33-yard TD. Doug Thompson scored the winners' other touchdown on a Bison harriers score LEWISBURG - Bucknell'a harriers (10-0) will put a perfect record on the line here Saturday in the Bucknell Invitational tourney. With Larry Hager setting the pace with a first place finish at 25:16 on the soggy 5.1-mile course, Coach Art Gulden's Bisons whipped Gettysburg College's thinclads, 19-44, Saturday. BU booters ROCHESTER. N.Y. - Scott Strasburg's second-half goal shattered a 1-1 tie and ave Bucknell (5-1) a 21 triumph over the University of Rochester soccermen here Sunday afternoon. Strasburg tallied the game-winner after taking a pass from Rob Kun, whose first half ffrul Lipd th trnr Rochester's Spiros Pavloi tallied the losers' goal. The Bisons had a 26-1 shots on goal and 9-2 corner kick advantage over the losers, Rochester goalie Tom Bourme had 11 saves, while Bucknell'i Ted Peterson and Paul Sinen-berg had three and four taves, respectively. BukcneU and Penn State will collide in a key tilt on the BU occer field Tuesday at I p.m. Both team art nationally upends Lourdes Kemp Memorial Stadium here Saturday night, Oct. 18. Lourdes started out as if it intended to hand the visitors a second straight defeat. "Bill Oberosler tallied' on a three-yard run hi the first period to give the Red Raiders a 6-0 advantage. The TD climaxed a 63-yard drive. In the second period a 25-yard Bob Bleistein 25-yard field goal and a 16-yard pass play for a TD plus a Bleistein PAT upped the Lourdes lead to 16-0. Bleistein kicked the field goal after Lourdes recovered a Pottsville fumlble and couldn't move the ball. Quarterback Larry Basso flipped to haMback Kevin Lazarski for the final Lourdes TD. . The Crimson Tide got on the scoreboard with just three seconds left in the half. Quarterback Bill Flymn Jr., son of Khe Pottsville coach, threw a screen pass to Craig Davis and the play went for 50 yards and the TD. blanks Southern, 72-0 League game. John Jola scored both TDs for the Shickshinny area club. The Northwest halfback tallied with 2:20 left in the first period on a 40-yard run after taking a pitcbout from quar- three-yard run. The winners, shooting for Twin-Valley rushed for passed for a fourth straight Conference title, 172 yards and more than 225 yards. Tri-Valley was held to minus five yards rushing. Halfback Mike G r a y b e a 1 powered Berwick to Its triumph over Bloomsburg. Graybeal carried the baM 42 times for 296 yards and tallied three TDs. Quarterback Aaron Van Pelt aerialed to end Dave Kukorlo for 25 yards and the first Berwick TD. Ralph Palmiero got both TDs for Bloomsburg, one on a pass from Rich Long for 35 yards and the finale on an 80-yard pass-run play from quarterback Gary Fomwald. Gettysburg's Mark finished second. Roddy Bob Braile and Dan Davis finished J-4 for Bucknell In 25:26 and 25:26.1, respectively. Bucknell's Lou Calvano finished fifth in 25:40. while two other Bucknell runners, Ken Prit chard and Lee Edmonds, tied for sixth in 26:26. The Invitational meet will begin at 1 p.m. The list of entries will be announced. victorious ranked and will go all out in an effort to post a decisive victory. West Chester bops Bloom BLOOMSBURG - West Chester used seven past Interceptions and Herb Mills' two TDs to whip Bloomsburg State College (1-3), 26-7, here Saturday afternoon. Bloomsburg scored first early In the second period, but West Chester came back with a pair of second period touchdowns and two more In the third period to win going away. Ken Zipko passed to Barry Staton for 41 yards and the BSC touchdown. Bob Hughes kicked Lhi extra point. (Daily Item Keith Orndorf) flinburg's only touchdown late in the fourth quarter Saturday night in Mifflinburg. South wen the game, 20-7. (See story Page 11.) Ernie Haynes, one o f PotjLsville's speedy halfbacks, ran 29 yards for the second Pottsville TD in the third period- An eight-play, 63-yard drive in the fourth period produced the payoff Pottsville TD . Pottsville recovered a Haynes fumble deep in Lourdes terrain moments before Davis5 second touchdown iced the decision f or the invaders. Oberosler gained 84 yards on 23 carries for Lourdes and teammates Mark O'Gara and Frank Keyack excelled on defense-. Baynes did the bulk of the ball - carrying I o.r O'Gara, a two-way performer for Lourdes, caught two passes for the losers. Score by periods: Pottsville 0 6 Our Lady of Lourdes 6 10 Statistics 820 014 LLHS 17 176 76 4-19 0 1 10 PHS 20 228 140 First downs Rushing yardage Possing yardager Passes Fumbles lost Passes intercepted by Yards penalized 7-13 3 is terback Larry Antonacci. In the third period Antonacci passed to Jola for 30 yards and a touchdown. Both tries for bonus points on running plays w,ere stopped. Southern, with Jim Pratt and Randy Milbrand doing the bulk of the running, reached tine Northwest 20 and 21-yard lines during the game, but couldn't sustain the attack. The Tigers couldn't capitalize upon five Northwest turnovers, including three recovered fumbles and two interceptions. Southern Columbia had a net rushing total of 38 yards and picked up 81 yards in the air. Northwest had a rushing yardage total of 210 and passed for 53 yards. Jim Mazonkey picked up 91 yards rushing for the Rangers. AT THE TRACK II.-mIn mi ev-is-sie ogervH UM M Me t ieo S lOrtOgtl ...I0Q ) 40 NrttMi eoe") K T.-nel 4J secern O-ll ?00l"n-.lm, MO 0'e' . 4 a JM )ot JevJertGhene Done"v- 7 e Set CetM'enPrtftcetGJjrremone )4S, Time I 41 4 OeMrOMMeinvtlPMilna ' TNI0-t!clrntj4V4uc.l V mcpo er': in in Tooiieonieiso ...u roe Vootielly 'Munll J . Timeiwt Oetwese I M) Pew I . 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It's possible for Ohio State and Oklahoma, the 1-2 teams in The Associated Press college football ratings, to meet in a postseason bowl game . . . but it won't be a head-to-head showdown lor the national championship. Since the Big Ten has relaxed Bisons top Leopard By Jeff Ranck jASfUN l-or about 43 eMeei.A hne., rnl.inii .At muiitwss. miv muuwt. yvu probably could have convinced. . "There , were two football 46 to knock the ball loose and coach Sid Jatnieson who . had ' Tex Nov 28 but only sixth-even the staunchest football teams on the field playing pump some ..new life into the words' with Ms unit in the ranked Texas . A&M still has a fan among approximately 5,000 some pretty poor football at Bison, offense that had to this locker room at half-time that chance to be undefeated The a Fisher Field that they were times," commented Curtis, point managed only four' first might have inspired the Bison -Aggies held to a 10-9 haiftime, watching the World Series and '.'But we certainly needed the downs. ' . defense to , some' aggressive iead by stubborn Texas Tech not a Homecoming clash bet- win and I'm happy-for the. Seven plays later, co-captain football in the second half. pulled away after the -inter-ween Lafayette .and Bucknell. ;kids.", .' . Rick Wardrop burst up , the He cited defensive end Dave mission Mowing an -'inter-' In fact, you might have been ,- The Bisons repeatedly . found middle 19 yards for the first Ogden with an exceptional ception at the one-yard line by ' able to tell any one of those themselves up against their Bucknell touchdown: ' Curtis game, luting him with some All-American Pat Thomas an pigskin rooters that they were own goal throughout the first elected to go foe two to put eight unassisted tackles as he cruised to a 38-9 triumph Is seeing a .pitchers' duel and a half while they played "rotten a Lafayette win out of the spent a good deal of time in record-breaking 7 Bubba 'Bean pretty good one at that. football," according to Curtis- range of a - field goal. Quar- the Lafayette backfield. He added a 94-yard scoring' ealloo .ut,.. ..v uuau&b five Lafayette led the winless Disoiis, t-v, on aiong snap u oui center that went off the glove of John Horning and fell into the bleachers at the end of the field. 1 Then, in the seventh inning, -the Leopards- got-some- insurance runs off the toe of An- dre McDaniel whose 37-yard three-run homer gave the home team a comfortable 5-0 lead. If you're confused, you're, not alone for even Bison Coach Bob Curtis was not was not meased rut. i.tiA hn J r,.Vnll Ki,tJw4 vriuu uuc .jya u iwmau jjiojcu on that rainy day gained his first wnen ne win as Juniata beats SU on late field HUNTINGDON Sus- yard, 10-piay drive was a 57- Magley scored on a five-yard quehanna University played its yard pass from quarterback run. Nosal's extra point best game of the season here Hadley Brown to split end Jeff boosted the margin to 14-7. Saturday afternoon, but still Steltz. Still later, Nosal kicked a 41- came away with its fifth loss of tne season. The Crusaders (0-5) bowed to Juniata's Indians (), m- 17 An 3 tMA onal in thp final minutes of the game. -V " Susquehanna, wtucn lea, -o, at ine nan, naa me oeaer oi the statistics, but an early drive which reached the Ju- niata five and failed to nroduce a score turned out to be the difference in the final outcome. The Crusaders' first TD came with 1:03 left in the first half on a three-yard run by fullback Paul O'NeilL Jim DeSantis kicked the extra point. The big play of the 90- Wilt bars trade LOS ANGELES (AP) - Jack Kent Cooke says he wants to deal Wilt Chamberlain but Wilt says he won't permit any sort of trade. In fact, Chamberlain's attorney says the matter may wind up in federal court with the National Basketball Association defending an antitrust action, similar to actions taken recently against the National Football League and the National Hockey League. Vilas advances lermo VUas of ArgenUna ad- vanced into the quarter-finals of the 175,000 Madrid Grand Prix Tennis Tournament with a 6-4, 6-3 triumph over Nikki Pilic of Yugoslavia. Palmer leads PARIS Arnold Palmer of the United States took the lead after the first round of the Lan-come Trophy invitational golf tournament with a three-under-par 69. Irwin victorious VIRGINIA WATER, England American Hale Irwin, the defending champion, defeated Britain's Peter Oosterhuis 9 and 8 over 36 holes in an opening round match of the Piccadilly World Match Play Golf Championship. Elder grabs lead INZAI, Japan Lee Elder of the United States shot a four-under-par 67 and took the first-round lead in the 1300,000 Tah heiyo Club Masters Golf Tournament. Glue-fingered Former Iliiwis receiver Rex Smith caught 11 passes for 190 yards in the 1932 game against Iowa. Get Your Supply Of NO HUNTING NO TRESPASSING SAFETY ZONE SIGNS ; From MEL-CO PRINTING Phono nUiM 71 N. 8th Stv Sunbury the rule which, required Its champion to play in the Rose Bowl and all other conference members to stay home, No. 1-ranked Ohio State conceivably could meet runner-up Oklahoma in the Orange, Sugar or Gator Bowls, say, but it would mean that some other team had (1) beaten out the Buck Bucknell's head mentor over the previously unbe at en T .f....tl. T J IP C I uatyvue iveoparus, xa-a. n - vuufiv vl, ncu yia.M Lafayette punts gave the Bisons nera posiuon at tneir uwu uiict aim uiie-yaiu unes ouu a tuuprc iui.-u Bison penalties and mdscues kept them with their back to the wall the entire first half, - AA.mU t Fortunately though the Leopards weren't much better as they could only manage five points despite the B is o n s ' sloppy play. . . It wasn't utnil 3:52 of the third period that either team realized thev were in a football ..m a rrn.. n;.A AwnMnA unj gaanc. iuc jdidvu uhciidc uau nnr aca.!!! pnrw eoiir and hpv were forced to punt from their The Indians scored the first time they had the ball in the third quarter. Following a busquehanna punt, Juniata got thp hall An ite Aum AR Aftor . : ' the first play gained nothing, tne Indians used a little razzle aazzie to score. split end George Oravec took the ball on an end around from muMnrkijr cnmi u ni ijuaivEiunm uwii, in a 5 is j , stopped and tossed a pass to halfback Doug Frank, who 5Si?liSJLaM NOSal S PAT tied the SCOre. Juniata s Dave Cortazzo in- tercepted a Crusader pass and returned the ball to t h e visitors' 22. Six plays later, Flyers stay By Th Associated Prs$ Bryan Trottier spent the weekend playing hockey like he was shot out of a cannon. The 19-year-old New York Islanders rookie climaxed a four-goal, three-assist weekend with a goai and 'one assist against he Boston Bruins Sunday nipht after scoring three goals in his second National Hockey Lea-me game against the Los Angeles Kings Saturday night. . ... "I'm a little over my head," fa.d the young center, who with lhwmate Billy Harris helped the Islanders tie the Bruins, 3- 3. He was drafted last season, but played a year of junior hockey to sharpen ,his skills fore trying to make the profes- sional ranks. FREE FOOTBALL GUIDE Jot Namath Is a 'winnir says, "La-Z-Boy when I want to relax. Bader't will iv you 1 comfort demonstration and a frei FOOTBALL GUIDE." . LA-Z-BOY . RECLINA- ROCKER' ' h feomc4 SkK toot Cef.Wiom-yertHjertrKi. n eyes for, the Rose Bowl trip and (2) undoubtedly moved ahead of them in the ratings. -... Both teams boosted their records to 5-0 Saturday, Ohio State with a 49-0 rout of winless. Iowa, Oklahoma by defeating' fifth-ranked and previously unbeaten Texas 24-17 on fullback Horace Ivory's tie-breaking 31- s, get 1st own 32. ' ; It took Mark Strzelecki's i , i 1 I . , , i. n . , jamne lacKie ac tne BUCKneii wuoi.ii wjiij unun imiKu uix tackle for the conversion and tne Bisons went aneaa, 8-o. iue uiaou ueieuse yiaycu : .u khif Vn? wns" .ure oewiiu uou, ucuig called upon several times to halt Lafayette drives. With about nine minutes remaining, a Dave Delbello pass was reflected off an intended Lafayette receiver and picked - to by safety Tom Murray, The Bisons kept the ball on the ground and moved to the Lafayette four. On third down and eoal from the three. Kerrv p j iu CnM ihn oiiuw sraiicu ki cuu iw iuo sr nnrt RnrVmpll tnurndown. Horning's kick was good and yard field goal.- . In the fourth quarter, SU's Mike White intercepted a pass, and the - Crusaders went 79 ,,c In thrai, nlivi jaivm ui uinj uuvc jmo. The first two plays got only six yards. 0n third down, Rmwn tWw a hnmh tn ;tpit7 m threw a bomb to Steltz. who caught the ball in stride and went 73 yards for the ncn.ii. .jj.j l. muuiuumi. ucoauus nuueu uic extra point. On Juniata's next play. Tony Pb8tia0' SU defenSiV end' rpmvprpd a fiimhlo nn thp J-.T7 where the drive was stopped, and DeSantis tied the game, 17-17, with a 30-yard field goal, v vhwbvuo icauiaj vuc x. vnbeaten in NHL Elsewhere in the NHL Sun-' couver Canucks J-0. day night, the Philadelphia Fly- Reggie Leach scored two ers topped the upstart Califor- goals to lead Philadelphia to its "'a Seals 4-1, the Buffalo Sa- third straight victory. Don bres bombed the Toronto Maple Saleski and Bobby Clarke had Leafs 8-3, the Los Angeles the other Flyers scores, while & loppea uie ivew xorK Rangers 6-4, and the Chicago Black Hawks blanked the Van- AA,iLftJw i . VYeaTneNy trims OT1TWBfv .. .,.. , u l i i , , ' Montour Vo-Tech High its fifth straight football defeat," 13-6, nullum iuruij wwiiime- here Saturday afternoon. Cra'g Wallace ran 40 yards (" 1AJ',J "J JD ul9 i Sttf kicked the extra point. Early in the second period, ' a Paul Richie to Joe Kurta yard touchdown . dash in the c!n-:n5 minutest - However, as the ratings now stand, a 1-3 postseason pairing is possible and Ohio State could meet; third-ranked Southern California in the Rose Bowl for the fourth year in a row. The Trojans kept pace by defeating Washington State 28-10 in a Pa- victory the Bisons had their first win all but wropped up, 15-5. . " . . lurtis said it. was defensive sa.u mat me aauiuun oi lauuc Don Reh has greatly helped to solidify the Bison defense. BuCKneU hOStS ' BOStOn . . . i o. university in Memonai on- sz-o, no. 8 Michigan tripped diUm Saturday, a team Curtis tied-for-15th Michigan State 16-6 calls - possibly ' the "biggest and ninth-ranked Penn State nhvsical teamwewilLseealLromDed owr Nn-ift Wpt vir.- vpar ." ' year. Summaries: Score by parlodi: ' Bucknell o o 715 0 5 tAF Lafayette Statistics BU 10 First down 14 33-48 166 19-37 I 3-344 1-1 11-130 Rushes vordt 43-122 Possino yardage . 33 passes (comp-ott-int) 3--0 Punti avg 4-27. J 2-1 9-99 fwI", " lost goal With 3:41 left, Nosal split the uprights with a 24-yard field goal to win the game." Sus- quehanna had the ball two more -times before the game ended, but both Umes passes were intercepted by the In- dans. , Stpltr had a hip dav as a - - --o --j - V5 . n.amm8 llve aenais lor 10a yaras. me tTUsaaers nost Aiongnt Saturday at 1:30 p.m Summaries: Score br periods: Suiouehonno 0 7 0 1017 o 10 3-20 Jumoto o V'M'a v'SL rushing V-rd. Tost rushinn SU . 16 180 4 174 7-21 186 2 I O IS jc ii V 19 140 4)6 IIS 3 2 35 t""' BOin'd pin9 FUmbi"1f,'c,pl"' by pc.,,!,lo, ' raises Dave Hreckosy tallied for Cali- fornla, which suffered its first loss in three starts. i e, VO-tech Unit . . J",M cl0CKea r a yaras and auuuier weauieriy ijj- ine paT play S drive a 77-yard nirJ, riu.;..t.i j enfj steve GotshaU for i 43- yard TD late In the second ' . Columbia-Montour will play at Southern Columbia Saturday night. IS BACK FRIDAY AND SATURDAY 5 to 10 P.M. Dine - Dance - Enjoy Complete Prime Rib Dinner ' NOW ENTERTAINING GEMINI A Super Group ' . REMEMBER ? Monday Night GALS' NJTE Entertainmint Nightly Monday thru Saturday' 9;00 to 1;3C A.M. . PHONE 743-1111 Rtt 11 4 15, Shamokin Dam Sunbury-Sellnigrovo Highway good 1 1 cific-8 Conference game as Ricky Bell rushed for 217 yards,, and one, touchdown and Danny Reece returned five punts for 133 yards, including a 64-yard scoring Jaunt The 24 teams are set for a.,' Big Eight conference meeting -Nov. 22 when Nebraska travels to Norman, Okla The fourth-' ranked Cornhuskers . blanked Kansas 16-0 Saturday as Mike1 : Coyle kicked a field goal 'in ' each of the first three periods; and Terry Luck threw a 26-yard TD pass to Brad Jenkins " in the fourth quarter. . The 5-6 teams are scheduled , mi . ciw . co;m , rn a 4-varder in th firt miar. ter. - Elsewhere seventh-ranked Alabama "Swamnort Wachi ncrtnn . . 1 . . . elnia .19-0 in th.ir v Eastern showdown. omaii game-season open SELINSGROVE - Despite generally inclement conditions the kill of squirrels was "fa:rjy good" on the opening day f the small game season Saturday. Regional game protectors ', said the gun pressure was ".ihehtly below normal." The protectors, including David L. Myers of Sellnsgrov? Elysbur Ernest r LeWisburj and - r iTh , . I Donahoe of Danviiu. Rni - a , . "a"v'"' saia n0 acciaents were rennrtpd Sportsmen were reminded ' tj,at hawk d .. Dror.Ptv1 ,,, -..Ci:,.... protected species under fpdprai regulations and may not be Throughout the season for squirrels. eTouse and wrwWt huntine is leeal from i . . until sunset, mere is on prr-ontu- to this rule, however. On Wednesday, the first day of the1-waterfowl season, only bow-" and-arrow devoteees and those hunting on regulated shooting grounds may hunt before noon.- Fulkscale hunting mav be resumed after the noon hour. .. SU harriers -lose twice HUNTINGDON - The Sus- Hutriianna university cross ,C0iunt7, team (43) lost inanciuiar meet wiih s Francis and host Juniata" here, Saturday afternoon. Juniata and St. Francis each' WM y 21-34 uures- Juniata aiso trimmed jacK MctoUough of Juniata finished the 5.5-mile course lira-m 32:49. The first SU runner across the line was Jeff Yoder, who finsihed third In 33:55. Dan Ditzler of Susquehanna came in 10th. The Crusades, will meet Dickinson fa Carlisle Wednesday afternoon. k

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