Longview Daily News from Longview, Washington on November 7, 1992 · 26
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D4 The Daily News, Longview, Wash., Saturday, Novembei 7, 1992 Bills get the nod over Steelers Family Circus Davc Goldberg H' The Associated Press Buffalo fans are down on their team because it's not winning by enough. Marv Levy is down on the fans. "Some of them impress me as if they might have been ready to surrender the day after Pearl Harbor," he says. "But we're not. All of this is relevant for the Pittsburgh Steelers, who come to town with surprise the same record as the Bills, 6-2. They're rewarded for this by being 6V4-point underdogs to Buffalo. But look at it this way. If the Bills start slowly Sunday, some of those Pearl Harbor guys are likely to start their routine. So there goes the home field advantage. Two theories on this game. 1, After underachieving and still winning against the Jets and Patriots, the Bills will be up to show the upstarts that they're still the AFC's best. 2, Bill Cowher's Steelers will look at this game as the one that proves their legitimacy and play that way. A little of both. BILLS, 20-17. Raiders (plus 6tt) at Philadelphia Does the soap opera continue? This might be the best thing that can happen to the Eagles. When the silver and black arrive, the silver and green may forget that they're angry at each other and get angry at their opponents. On the other hand, maybe the battered Eagles aren't very good. EAGLES, 13-10 Miami (minus 6V4) at Indianapolis So how far does Steve Emtman run this time? Revenge, revenge, revenge. DOLPHINS, 24-14 Minnesota (minus 6) at Tampa Bay Dennis Green is half-season coach of the year. Sam Wyche tried for a while . . . But he isn't. VIKINGS, 24-6 San Diego (plus 6V4) at Kansas City The Chargers aren't good enough to win five in a row. The Chiefs aren't bad enough to be 4-5. CHIEFS, 13-3 Dallas (minus 6V4) at Detroit What a difference 10 months make last January, the Lions beat the Cowboys 38-6 in the playoffs. It might as well have been 10 years. COWBOYS. 38-6 The Pacific Northwest Floor Hockey leagues are taking applications for teams in advanced, recreational and youth (ages 14-18) divisions. Contests will be played at Everett Community College, starting Nov. 16. Cost per team is $295. For more information, call (206) 355-6958. People interested in taking a bus to the next Seattle Seahawks home game Sunday against the Washington Redskins should contact Kay Green after 5 p.m. at 423-9259. The bus service, which costs $24-$28 per person, is available all season. The bus originates in Vancouver and stops at the Kelso Safeway about 9 a.m. for Sunday day games. The fourth annual YMCA Walleyball tournament will be held beginning at 8:30 a.m. on Nov. 21. Teams must have six players, including at least two women. Cost is $10 per person, and includes t-shirts, food and door prizes. Teams that register after Nov. 14 must pay a late fee of $10. For more information, callKathy at 577-0085. Men's and women's alumni basketball games between R.A. Long and Mark Morris grads will be played at R.A. Long Dec. 21. Players who graduated before 1987 will be eligible to play. A KAWASAKI Whatever your idea of a Good Time is, Kawasaki can supply the power. Especially now during the Power Up for Fall Open House at your participating Kawasaki dealer. Check out the Bayou'" 400 4x4 and the full line of Kawasaki ATVs. They can make the tough jobs easy and every job fun! FREE! power J9 ONGVIEW HONDA YAMAHA KAWASAKI 1113 Vandercook 636-1 220 nie rroonsXy Kawasaki ATVs are lor off-road use only and recommended for operation by persons at kpast 1 6 years old Obey the laws and regulations lhat control use ol your ATV Never ride on public roads or nawwnem Avon excessive speeds and stunt driving KawasaKi also recommends lhat all ATV riders lake a raTtrimng course. For more information, see your dealer or can the ATV Safely institute at I-800-44-4700. WARNING ATV's can be hazardous to operate Be sate wear a helmet, eye profecnon and protective clothing Never carry passenger or ride under the influence of drugs or alcohol Be etlra carelul on aitlicult terrain. Local Notes Anyone interested should call R.A. Long (577-2738) or Mark Morris (577-2752). Mint Valley Golf Course's daily winter rates are in effect now through March 31. Cost weekdays is $9 for 18 holes, and $7 for nine holes. Weekend rates at $10 and $8. Passes for unlimited winter golf, through March 31, are $125. The R.A. Long Booster Club's fall sports awards banquet will begin at 6 p.m. Dec. 1 in the high school cafeteria before moving to the auditorium. Paul Sorenson, football color commentator for the Washington State Cougars, will be the featured speaker. Cowlitz Soccer Referee's Association's meeting has been ' rescheduled for 7 p.m. Nov. 24 at Mark Morris High School. Rules changes for the 1993 season will be discussed and instructional material will be presented. For more information, call 274-4952 or 425-8806. Rainier Booster Club meeting will be held at 7 p.m. Monday in the high school commons. Longview Babe Ruth will hold a general meeting at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Mark Morris High School in Room All. FOR FALL OPEN HOUSE Come in for a free camouflage cap while supplies last. Enter our Good Time Getaway Sweepstakes for an exciting trip to Universal Studios, an Alaska Fishing Trip or a Major Super-cross Event your choice! Kawasaki Let the good times roll. ir-i SgG O O D TIMES UE1AVW San Francisco (minus 7) at Atlanta (Monday night) Three weeks ago, the 49ers sent Jerry Glanville back to Atlanta with his "California Trophy" dragging behind him. That one was 56-17. This one? 49ERS, 38-17 New Orleans (minus 8tt) at New England The Patriots always try. The Saints (almost always) win. SAINTS, 20-10 Green Bay (plus 9) at Giants It's unlikely Ray Handley can get his guys up for this one after what they did in Washington. Besides (see Buffalo), the Giants have their own Pearl Harbor fans. GIANTS 27-23. New York Jets (plus 6) at Denver Do the Jets have a third straight good effort in them? Yes. . . until Elway gets the ball with 1:30 left. BRONCOS, 23-20 Cleveland (plus 11) at Houston The Browns don't like turf, as in their 30-10 loss in Cincinnati. Houston likes it fine. OILERS, 30-10 Washington (minus 12 V4) at Seattle This is a real stat the Washington offense hasn't scored a touchdown in nine quarters. The streak ends here. REDSKINS, 26-7 Cincinnati (plus 9V4) at Chicago One thing about the Bears. They generally beat bad teams. BEARS, 24-14 Phoenix (plus 5) at Rams Do the Cards have three straight good games in them ? RAMS, 28-21 Last week: 6-6 (spread); 6-6 (straight up) Season: 54-55-2 (spread); 73-37 (straight up) South Kitsap, ranked No. 1 in The Associated Press Class AAA football rankings, was beaten by North Thurston 14-10 Friday in Lacey. The Wolves, now 8-1, were ranked 10th in the nation by USA TODAY. The Rams' win gives them the Narrows League title and the league's No. 1 berth to state. North Thurston, 7-2, will host Mariner Friday at Lincoln Bowl in Tacoma. SK will be at Newport in Bellevue next week in the first round of the playoffs. Longview Ski Club will hold its annual ski swap Nov. 14 at the Triangle Mall. Cowlitz Volleyball Club will hold an informational meeting Nov. 24 in the Monticello Middle School cafeteria. Players ages 14-and-under will meet at 6:30 p.m. Players ages 16-18 at 8 p.m. Parents are urged to attend. For more information, call Bill Marshall at 636-SLAM. The Southwest Washington YMCA's Turkey Trot fun runwalk at 8:30 a.m. Nov. 26 starting at 18th and Nichols on the banks of Lake Sacajawea. Cost is ?2 or $10 with a T-shirt. Runners can register at the YMCA or on the day of the event. For more information, call the YMCA at 423-4770. Penner, UW advance SEATTLE The University of Washington Huskies, led by former Mark Morris standout Erik Penner, defeated Cal-State Fullerton 3-1 in a men's soccer playoff game at Seattle Friday. The Huskies will face Stanford at 1 p.m. Sunday, with the winner advancing to the to the NCAA playoffs. Les Tipton honored EUGENE Les Tipton, who grew up in Rainier, was inducted into the University of Oregon Hall of Fame here Friday. Tipton, a member of the 1964 United States Olympic track and field team which competed in Tokyo, is currently the chairman of the art department at Clackamas CC in Oregon City. Ahmad Rashad, who played at Oregon as Bobby Moore, and Dan Fouts were also among those inducted. John Anderson picked CORVALLIS John Anderson of Longview has been named to the Northwest Collegiate Conference's Olympic Division men's soccer side. Anderson, a junior midfielder at Oregon State University, played his high school soccer at Mark Morris. in Si&'. Osi" by CowtM Synd . "C "Mommy! They gave you a lot of free tissues with your new handbag!" Calvin and Hobbes I'lA HOME.' I'M HOME.' PID I SET A LETTER. TODM MES5ASE. . VES. tTSOM QUICK., LETS I X TUE TABLEJ jnvil PEUPHER Peanuts V MERE YOU 60! I 8R0U6HT YOUR PINNER TEM MINUTES EARLY, Garfield I'VE PECIPEP TO BE MORE COTE ANP CUPPLV t-KOV! NOW Or Beetle Bailey Hi and Lois For Better or For Worse 3 Ofs a Doonesbnry so what's me eLscvon TBILUS CHANGE. 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