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Logansport Pharos-Tribune from Logansport, Indiana · Page 13

Logansport, Indiana
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Friday, October 7, 1977
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UmwimnJ...;...!!. Dave Kinder \ Changes A lot of changes took place in the Honor Roll lists this week. Even though there weren't many good scores this week, there were 12 changes on the lists. The men's scries list had the biggest-turnover. Keith Taylor took over the top spot in the men's series with a 653 .series. It is one better than Jim Lowes' G52. Doyne Wolford has (he third and fourth spots with scores of C41 and Kffl. Helmut Richter and Jim Anderson entered the list with 633 series, while Phil Bauer kept his name on the list with a G:i2. Bauer, Charlie Hamm, Ron Harmon, Jim Higgins and Bob RothgeD were all bumped from the list, Four dunces were made In the women's series list, Flo Heath and Dorc- y Weatphal had the high series for the week with MO'g wht< . tie* them for fourth on the Itst. Freida Mann's 586 is good enough for sixth, while Diane Quillen gets her name on the list for the third time with a 572. Quillen rolled a 236 game lo take over second position on the ladies' list, while Flo Heath's 224 is good enough for a fourth place tie with Joyce Weaver. The only other change was a 221 by Cinda Guthrie which took Die last place on the list. Dorothy Wcstphal, Jan Baldwin and Quillen had games bumped from the list, while Judy Smith, Baldwin. Weaver, Mann and Karen Peterman were knocked off the series list. There were no changes In the men's game list. The high score of the week was a 247 by Keith Lef fert. Terry Bever was the top junior bowler of the week with a 200 game and series of 549 and 550. Gwendolyn Myers converted her first seyen-io split in the Monday night Rebels League. Honor Roll Men's Games Bob Kennedy Link Rivers BobRothgeb Doyne Wolford JeflGoltry Jim Popejoy Bob Kennedy Bob Walker Chuck Carbaugh Ron Ratten Men's Series Keith Taylor Jim Lowes Doyne Wolford Doyne Wolford Larry Ledger Bob Walker Helmut Richter Jim Anderson Phi) Bauer Bob Kennedy Bob Kennedy Women's Games 279. Joyce Rusk 269 Diane Quillen • 268 Linda Brown 267 Flo Heath 267 Joyce Weaver 257 Pat Stephens 257 Mariene Girton 255 Judy Smith 254 Geneva Leazenby 253 Clnda Guthrie Women's Series 653 Joyce Rusk 652 Bonnie Hosteller 641 Diane Quillen 638 Flo Heath 638 Dorothy Westphal 634 Freida Mann 633 Diane Quillen 633 jane Bowyer 632 Diane Quillen 626 Dorothy Pursch 626 WJ roue in The Pti»ro»-Tribunf, Lagaiaport. tod.—13 Winamac Ends 2nd ':•,(. . • .. ' ' '" i " In League Meet 267 236 234 224 224 223 222 222 222 221 623 601 595 390 590 586 581 574 S72 571 •J ^ Dumped Royals' Hal McRae throws a body block .on Yankee second baseman Willie Randolph to break up a double play in the 7th inning last night, (UPI) NORTH 'JUDSON-Winamac' finished- second in the Northwest Hoosier Conference Top Ranked Reitz Takes Close Game EVANSV1LLE. Ind. (UP!) Defender Morgan Jones knocked down a pass in .the end zone with nearly three minutes left to help preserve a 17-10-hjgh school football victory for top- ranked Evansville Reilz against city rival North Thursday night. ' • The victory was the seventh without a loss for the Panthers while loth-rated North lost 'for the firsi time in seven games. Ron Brown scored both Reitz touchdowns, one in the first period and the other in the third and both on short runs. Bob Stephenson kicked both extra points and added a 22yard field goal, '•-..•" Despite a 17-3 advantage built up in the first ihrec stanzas. ^Reilze needed a stiff defense lo 'halt a determined North rally which -produced one last period loiidhdown on a pass from Mike Adams i to Jeff Prang;.; and threatened another until halted* with2:41 logo. . Jones knocked down an Adarns pass intended for Stoner. Gray in the-end zone to halt a march that penetrated to the Reitz four-yard line. The play before a fumble had cost North a three-yard loss to the seven, where the ill-fated fourth down play started. ' . ; The other North score was.on- a 30-yard field goal by' Jeff Andrcss. • - ... ." cross "country meet for the second.cbnsocutive year. North'.-.Newton won the meet .•with^.a* points, while the Warriors were second with 45 which was one better than : defending 'champion Rensselaer. Kankakee Valley-was "fourth with 119, while Lake Station and Knox tied with 158. North Judson and West Central rounded out the field with 162 and 236 points respectively. For the third year in a row, the individual winner was Jason 'Manes of North Newton. He loured the two and a half mile course in 12:01. '•Winamac placed three runners in the top 10 including Todd Kaminski, who was second in ,12:23. Mark Reid was fifth in 12:2T; S while Steve Woody was ninth in 12:57. Jon Chapman was 12th. Tom Dayis 17th. Glen Miscnhimer 29th and Jim HaniisSOth. Besides Manes winning the race. North Newton placed runners in the third, sixth, 10th and 15th positions. , Winamac, North Newton and Rensselaer were the only teams to place runners in the lop 10. The .Warriors will dose'out their regular season when Knox visits on Tuesday. Team Summary , florth Newtm 34, Winamac 45. Ren- neb* 46. Kankakte Valley 119. Lake Station 151, Kn» 151. North Judson IK. •WettCentraia. ' TopW. 'Wanes (UN >. Kaminski (W). Moore (NW.Grtohle (R), Reid (Wl, W«Us (NN), Oglt (R), Verbruggle <R), Woody (W), Koch (N'N): 12:01. Kings Win Two Games Bowlmor Lanes Yonks Even Series, 6-2 MEN'S GAMES- Jim Brown 231, Jim LaTourrette 234, Bill Quillen 245, Keith Leffert 247, Don Jones 226. MEN'S SERIES-Rick Rouser 600, Don Jones 613, Bob BahneyG23. WOMEN'S GAMES-Terri Kasch 206, Dorothy Packard 200, Clnda Guthrie 221, Ruth Ann Kirby 209, Janet Lucas 211, Gloria Rite 212, Ann Kemper 217, Diane Quillen 236, Ellie Savini 204, Flo Heath 224, Bev Bccklcy 200. WOMEN'S SERES-June LaOrange 535, Betty -Vlney 534, Cinda Guthrie 540, Judy Smith 553, Ann Kemper SM.lJIane Quillen 572, Ellie Savtnl 532, Flo Heath 590. Myers Lanes MEN'S GAMES-Bob Moss 226, Joe Titus 248, Keith Taylor 234, 226, Tom Overpcck 235. Bob Parish 231, 237, Jim Popejoy 228, Jim Anderson 237, Doyne Wolford 2.44, Phil-Bauer 226, Don Beck 230. Helmut Richler 244. 3 MEN'S SERlES-Tom Overpeck 605, Jim Anderson 633, Ron Conrad 604, Doyne Wolford 641, Phil Bauer 632, Keith Taylor 653, Bob Kennedy 617, Helmut Richler 633. ' WOMEN'S GAMES-Clndy Pentium! 210, Dorothy Westphal 906.207, Terry Raderatorf 213,205, Bev Baker, 212, Freida Mann 311, Louisa Buzbee 205, Shirley Lonning 205, Barb Myers 213. Kay Harmon 214. WOMEN'S SERIES-Karen Peterman 538, 535, Cindy Pen- Hand 531, Dorothy Westphal 590, 556, Joyce Rusk 526, Freida Mann 586, Jan Baldwin 562,528. Brawl Is Featured In Pre-Season Game PHILADELPHIA (UPI) Thursday night began harmlessly enough when author George Plimpton manned the goal (or the Boston Bruins in a five-minute "controlled" game with the Philadelphia Flyers. But the novelty of the night wore off quickly when the real Bruins-Flyers NHL pre-season game began and the contest Columbia Girls Split Columbia and Lincoln split middle school girls basketball games Thursday. Columbia won the 7th grade game 25-14 while .Lincoln took the 6th grade affair'11-10. Missy Myers led Columbia's 7th grade with eight points and Carolyn Moore-was best for Lincoln with, 12. Diane Royer and Julie Gilbert each hit four for Lincoln's 6th grade and Mary Baker got six for; more minutes. Columbia, CftGnde C-BntM* J. Mwodl I Bite IL- H*y*rt.MaG*Ml4,Snlth}. WCndk C-H^n 1, JM It tamck J, ZNk t, IMi iB*r * L-ltort ft Dtrttal, evolved into an out-and-out brawl in the second period, with 17 players being ejected. When the game ended, three hours and eight minutes after the opening faceoff, the Flyers had taken a 6-2 victory behind a hat trick by Reggie Leach. But only 12 Philadelphia- players were around at the end, compared toeight for Boston. The second period problems began at 4:56 when Wayne Cashman of the Bruins and the Flyers' Paul Holmgren engaged in a fight. Both players were ejected but they chose to continue their altercation in a hallway separating the two locker rooms. The players on the ice became aware-of the trouble almost immediately and poured into the hallway, beginning a .free-for-all that lasted 19 minutes. The. players finally returned to the ice, but the game was stopped again at 8:06 with a general free-for-all breaking. out on the ice, delaying play 20 KANSAS CITY (UPli Aroused by a "clip" which manager Billy Martin said could have ruined his second baseman's career, the New York Yankees invade Kansas City tonight confident they'll overcome the Royals' home park advantage and win a second straight -American League pennant... i Having squared the best- of-five playoffs with Ron Guidry's 6-2 victory over the Royals in New York Thursday night, the Yankees are sending righthander Mike Torres against 20-game winning right- hander Dennis Leonard in tonight's third ,game. Games 4 and a also are scheduled for the Royals' home park, in which they were 4-1 over the Yankees and 55-26 against the league during the regular season. Even Manager Whitey Herzog of the Royals soft-,, pedaled the home field advantage, <,however, with the comment, "we have the advantage but we still have to play the game and we'll need good pitching." "I guess you have to say we are satisfied with a,split in New York," he added without much enthusiasm. • The turning point of the series — and surely the incident which awoke the Yankees in the second game — was Hal McRae's football-like slide into Yankee second baseman-Willie Randolph which sent Randolph head over heals and enabled Fred Patek .to score from second base with the run that ' tied the score at 2-2 in the si^th inning. "That was no slide," snapped' Martin after the game. "That was a clip. That's how a guy can ruin a second baseman's career. The last time a guy did that to me, I look the ball and GUM Tm KANSAS CITY: NEW YORK hit him in the mouth. My second baseman didn't do anything in retaliation because he's a gentleman. 1 didn't always play 'like a gentleman," Fred Palek was on second base with a one-out double and McRae on first after a walk with the Yankees leading 2-1,in the'sixth when George^Brett-hil easily scored fronUhird base. The Yankees, who had taken a 2-1 lead against Andy Hassler in the fifth on Cliff Johnson's homer. Randolph's single: a balk and a single by Bucky Dent, then broke open the game with three runs in the bottom of,, the sixth. ,.-_. .'••}' £ -.-]: Hassler, ^iwginningS'to^ get a routine grounder to third -wild-high after ^holding"- the baseman Graig Nettles. Nettles -Yankees to one liit ""for 4 1-3 threw to Randolph for the forceout but McRae, barreling into the bag like a football player, knocked Randolph : to the ground and rolled over .on him. Patek, seeing Randolph'in no position to make a play. innings, had!', two' out and Thurman Munson on first base via a single with right-hander Lou Piniella the next batter. :'' At that point, Herzog'brought in right-handed reliever Mark, Littcll — the pitcher who threw the playoff-wnning homer to Chris Chambliss in the 1976 playoffs — but Pineilla singled Munson to third" and Johnson followed with a double that put the Yankees' in -front 3-2. Chambliss was purposely, walked and then Brett let Randolph's sharp grounder go through 'bis legs form two-run error whichjgaye.the Yankees a 5-2 lead. Randolph singled home the. Yankees'-sixth run in the eighth; ; L: Meanwhile, Guidry was doing what, came naturally throughout the -season during which \ he was the Yankees' most consistent Ditcher. Purdue, III Back On Road United Press International Purdue and Indiana resume Big'Ten-football competition on .the road Saturday, with Pur- duels invasionof ^No, 6 Ohio State the headliner,, ... Indiana ^travels to Northwestern, whose last victory was over the Hoosiers two years ago. Notre Dame, ranked 13th nationally, takes the weekend off. The "big plays" could determine outcome of Purdue's battle before 87,000 fans at Columbus,, with the Boilers relying on the aerial artistry of, freshman quarterback Mark Herrmann ' against OSli's grind-it-out rushing game. "You have to come up with the big plays against a good football team like Ohio State," said Purdue Coach Jim Young, who played for the Buckeyes in the mid-1950s "The pass gives you that ability " { Herrmann leads the Big Ten in passing and total offense and Is near the top nationally In four games he has thrown;for •i;224 yards — 23; yards-more than Purdue quarterbacks accounted for all of last season. "You have to go,'with'your strength, and .we've been adapting our offense to fit •Mark's abilities," said Young. ^He's done an amazing job." Purdue, which has the league's-top three receivers, has beaten OSU just seven Pioneer Captures Midwest Conference Patek ss McRae dh Brett 20 Omens rf Otisd Mybrrylb Zdebir Porter c Wathan c FWhileJb Hassler p Uttellp Mingori p TtoUU ibrhbt 3 ! 1 1 2000 4010 400,0 4000 3000 3000 1 TOO 1 QUO 3010 0 0 00" 0000 0000 am Rivers cl Nettles 3b Munson c Jackson M Blair rf Piniellarr Johnsndh Chmbls Ib Rndlph2b Defllbi Guidry p ToUb •brhbi 5000 4000 4130 4110 0000 4 1.1 0 4222 2000 4121 3011 0000 MC104 In all, 42 penalties were called in the second period for 264 minutes. During the game, 55 penalties totaling 296 minutes were whistled. OOH»1«0-J New York WCBOIi-S E-Denl. Bretl, LOB-Kansas Cily 3; •New York I 2B-Palek. Johnson.-HRr Johason. SB-Jackson. SF-Patek. • • — - IP H RERBBSO 'Hauler rL>' ~ -52-3 51303 Lltiell 253131 .MJnwri - -1-300001 Guidry IW) 932237 T-1:M. A-56.230 ' BROOKSTON—Pioneer . won the Midwest Conference cross country meet- here Thursday night. The Panlhers won with 41 points, while Tri-County was -close behind with 46. Defending champion 1 North White was third with 78 points.'Carroll took fourth with 89, while Rossviile was fifth with 115. Frontier and South Newton rounded out,the field with 153 and 186 respectively. Randy Fife of Carroll was the individual winner in 12 minutes. ' Dave Lewellen led Pioneer with a second place finish In 12:17, Charlie Tnbbett was. 'eighth for the Panthers in 13 05, : white Dennis Lank was ninth in 'l3-10 and Eric Minks 10th in 13:12 Brad Jiitchell finished 12th for Pioneer. " Jim - Dowden was tops for North-White m third place in -12:18, while Jim'Wood'was .fourth for Tri-County in 12:34, Pioneer will run in the Delphi Invitational Tuesday. Tev&Sujnfiwy s Pioneer 41. Tri-Counly «. North White ; 7», Carroll m, Rourtle 115, Frontier 153, South Newton!* ' ' Top 10 file (C), Leweta IP), Dowden (NW), >;Wood (TO, Robertson (C), Kytwrz <TC), .Lehman (TC), Trtnbett (P). Unk (Pi. Htaks IP); 12:00. times!iri-27.games : and not since 1967 Indiana beat. Northwestern last year,,, 7-0, marking Scott Arnett's debut as starting quarterback, but the Hoosier defense won It The Wildcats have lost 20 of, their last 21 games. but'Hoosier •Coach Lee Corso. .warned against overconfidence "Northwestern is a good football' team." he said.- "Last week they, played a very.good. Wisconsin team-on virtually even terms until two'bad snaps gol them in trouble." Indiana's Darrick Burnett leads Big Ten rushers with 445 yards in four games; Butler: can take' the undisputed Indiana Collegiate Conferene^lead by winning at southside rival Indiana Central ' In the Hoosier-Buckeye .Conference, Anderson 'is at Bluffl'on, Earlham at Wilmington,. Taylor at Defiance and- Manchester entertains Findlay. Hanover, 3-0-in "the -"HB '-and .the only .unbeaten Indiana college team, left, 'is' at. RoseHulman. ' • In other ihtra-state' games. DePauw is at 'Evansville. -St. 'Joseph's jt Franklin and Wabash at Valparaiso: Ball State takes the week off from Mid-American Conference play to entertain Illinois State while Indiana State travels to wmless Drake for a Missouri Valley loop scrap ISU is M m theMVC. - A 16-game winner after barely making the club in spring training, Guidry limited, the Royals to three hij$. The- Royals scored their first run off him in the third on a walk, Frank White's single and Patek's sacrifice fly on which centerfielder Mickey Rivers! throw; to the v plale'"was Taoth weak and off-target. Guidry wound up striking out sev.en and walking three and was' .in command throughout. -.'" Torrez finished the^season- with a 17-13 record for the Yankees but was ineffective in September. Leonard is a strong right-hander who struck out 244 batters in 292 innings but he had a 19.29 ERA in two playoff appearances against the Yankees last year. Martin said Ed Figueroa will start Saturday's fourth game but was undecided on his pitcher if a fifth game is necessary. Herzog said Larry Gura will start Saturday and Paul Splittorff Sunday. Berry Girls Are Victors In Golf •'.WALTON—Cass defeated Eastern twice in girls' volleyball '•hereThursday. . Cass won the. junior varsity match 15-12. 15-12 and the varsity 15-0,15-2. • Karen Dixon and Lauri Wilson had eight points each for the JVs while Kim Layman led the varsity with 17. ' Cass is now 8-2 for the year and will be in the Logan tourney Saturday meeting Rochester at l p.m. . Cass Girls iris* Past tster , MONTICELLO-Logansport 'handed Twin Lakes a 197-233 girls' golf defeat at the; Tjp- pecanoe Country Club "'here. Thursday. It ended the regular- season" for the Berries, Their record': was 9-2, v " "^ Judy Pollitl of Logansport was the individual winner with' a 44. Mary Sabatini shot a 49. while Kerry Bower had a;51. Kala Olson shot 53 and Amy Pollitt56 v Diane Hughes lead Twin Lakes with a 56, while Darlene Wyant shot'a 57 and Janice Jones a 59. Theresa Lotz fired a 61. The Berries will be in the Huntington Regional on Monday. Stimmtry , L-J. Pollitt M. SabaUoi 49. Bower Si. OtoonSS; TL-Hi#*s58. Jones », Wymt • Cass defeated Rochester 87-84 in girls swimming Thursday. The Kings captured only four of the "blue ribbons, but had enough 'backup help for the close victory. •,•'•Kelly-Layman captured two of the blues' in the 50 free and the 500 'free. Alice Moore won the diving for the Kings and 400 relay team won. It had Janet Bowman,-Dede Cuthbert, Alice Moore and Layman. Brenda Walters toolrtwo first ' places for Rochester in the 200 IM' and 100 free. Other Rochester/ winners included Penny Davis in the 200 free. Christina Graham in the 100 fly, Christa Spencer in the 100 back and Jill Stewart in the 100 breast.-.' .Cass will host Logansport on Tuesday. Summary JOO Med Rd-Rochester (Spencer, -Grahun, Walteri. Davit), Roeh, Cm I-W.7 m fYe*-D»ris IK), BowniD iC;, nwey (Cl. Garter (C), Loper (R) IM-Willers <R>, ShrhwjC), WtthKtU <B>, Difts (C), Guy <C> 2:»,«B ft Fne-Uymn (C >. GRata (C), Pettr <R),aMMw» <C>, W«mrHR>» 00 Diving-Moore (C), Pierey (C), RoblMOOlC),0'Btenis(RI,Kta{R) 135. I«Fty-Grtl>«m<R>.D«1»lk>, Moore C),Htt»<ClfGuy<Cn:».lO. M Frife-IWfeni <R>. «M (0. Bowfun .(C), Shrader (C), Wwner (R) l-MM: •'••.' ' " ), Peter (B). Dilu .. tat-Samcer (B). Shrtver (C). <Cl, Nek <R>, Downhour (Rl ' 1: 14 117. 1« BnMt-JMwirt 00. CHpe (R), Hademn (R), Ftary (C), Vivrkki 1C) {•oat. 400 Ret-Cai (Bewrnm. Cuthbert, 4*11 M.7M44M ^^^^B f BOWL BOWL BOWL BOWL BOWL BOWlg "Scerw for car, hone, fi^hcdtkindbmuen SATURDAY NIGHT'S FAMILY NITE MIY 4 GAMS BOWLED MYERS LANES z 753-A331 «00«OTAICTIPI« | •OWL BOWL BQm BOWL BOWL BOWL IND, H.S. 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