The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine on November 29, 1975 · 14
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The Bangor Daily News from Bangor, Maine · 14

Bangor, Maine
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Saturday, November 29, 1975
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16 Bangor Doily News Sol Sun November 29 30 1975 Rai5e$sAcould clinch AFC West Guide Schenck fortunes Tlie Schenck Wolverine bntkelhoD team tourney berth they will be guided by eo-capUdas begins ite 1975-71 season Saturday night as they ReQand Thompson (left) and PH Wyman entertain the Maine Central Institute Huskies at (center) They are shows with cage mentor Ron East Mlllinocket As the Wolverines seek s Marks (NEWS Photo by Jack Loftas) Schenck five set for return to By George Cushman Of the NEWS Staff EAST MILUNOCKET -Cage glory may be returning to this mill town over the next three months after a two-year absence In 1971 and 1972 the Schenck Wolverines took the state Class B title with ease but since then have failed to make a tourney appearance Ron Marks the quiet Schenck mentor told the NEWS earlier this week that “We should make the tournament this year but a lot will depend on whether our small team can generate enough offense to stay with some formidable opponents” Already Marks and his Wolverine squad have suffered a setback with a highly touted newcomer hobbled by an early -season injury Nonetheless after losing two starters from a team which posted an even 500 mark a year ago the Wolverines open their campaign Saturday night with a veteran quintet Marks is expected to go with four guards and a forward in the opener against a potent Maine Central Institute five with his tallest eager measuring in at an even six-feet That gives him his consternation about “size" The Wolverines should line up Saturday with Dave Cassidy Paul Jamo Pete Larlee Relland Thompson 0 SCHOOLBOYS LEWISTON RACEWAY Where It's Happening! HARNESS RACING TONIGHT Post Time 7:30 Heated Grandstand and Phil Wyman answering the opening whistle Alt are veterans with Larlee the tallest and expected to go in the pivot Cassidy is just a half-inch shorter and probably will work underneath on offense with Jamo whom Marks describes as a “good shooter” Both Thompson and Wyman are both steady scorers with the latter billed as the five’s top rebounder Also being considered for a starting role is another senior Rick LeVasseur who goes over the six-foot mark by an inch and a half and may be the best rebounder on the quintet The injured player hobbling around with an ankle cast for at least the next two weeks is sophomore George Hobbs who suffered torn ligaments during the first week of practice He is the tallest player on the squad and stands in at 6-2 and won’t be ready for action for maybe a month The only other senior on the quintet is Paul Nicholson who is up from last season's jayvee five and measures out at 5-10 Vi and is just under the 150-pound mark He should see some action in the backcourt Rounding out what Marks hopes will be another tourney team are juniors John Boynton Mike LeVasseur and Rod now hear ret NOW HEAR YSl Families all over Eastern and Northern Maine are cutting down on high heating bills by converting their fireplace to a heat converting PIIFfn III furnace with ULull III A rrarkling fire in the fireplace on a cold winter night i an undeniable raurce of enjoyment and comfort However ita value a a heat soarre ran he very deceptive A hunting fire generaim a large flow of air through the hrarth and up the chimney The aourre of lhi flow ia usually the air in the houae which hae already been heated by the furnace Thu while the fire ia heating the immediate area by radiant heat it ia roofing the real of the houae by expelling warm air out through the chimney A heat transfer unulyaia ahowa that the net re-aulla ia a heat loaa If the inaidcoutaide temperature difference la greater than 30 degreea Thua If your thrrmoalul la art at 67 degree and the outaide temperature ia below 37 degreea a fire In the (Ireplare will rauae your furnurr to burn more fuel than It otherwiar would DON'T BE FUELISH CUT DOWN ON THOSE HIGH HEATING BILLS THIS WINTERl Stop in for a demonstration at our showroom 4 miles east of the Bangor-Brewer bridge on the Bar Harbor Road We re open from 9 to 6 Monday through Saturday and from noon until 6 pm on Sunday Or Call Die Energy-Condous American In Your Araa Id Willis Bonus Laltaman UMOtl 7 AS-5003 Augusts I MHIascIwt Mail tot FUEGO HEATING SYSTEMS BON 1 1-29 PX BOX 666 BREWER MAINE 04412 NAME 1 ADDRESS CITYTOWN TEL ZIP- ( ) OUR HOME DOES HAVE A FIREPLACE ) ) OUR HOME DOES NOT HAVE A FIREPLACE MacLeod and sophomore Dave Nisbett Marks goes along with most other Class B coaches in naming Ellsworth Orono Dexter and Nokomis as chief challengers for the class diadem But don't count the Wolverines out of it! SCHENCK SCMIOULC NOv 70-MCI Dec 5-ot Nokomis Dec t2-ot p excroft Dec U — PCMS Dec tO-Mottonovacook Dec 14-Ororo Jon J— at Dexter Jon 3— Jon Bapst Jon 0— Penquls Jon 10— Nokomis Jon 17— ot PCMS Jon 74— el Penquis Jon 3S— at Mottonowcook Jon 31— Poxcroft Fob 4 — Dexter Fob 7— at John Bapst Feb 13— ot Orono Co-champs head all-NE grid roster DUDLEY Mass - New England Football Conference co-champions Boston State and Nichols College each placed six players on the 1975 conference all star team selected this week at the league's annual meeting Plymouth State placed four players on the team while Bridgewater State and Framingham State each placed three and Curry College and Mass Maritime each had one Conference all star’s as voted by the coaches were: ONtasivo Turn Rich Dries bough Nichols and Von Slaughter Boston State tackles Chuch Tobey Bridgewater State and Marty Power Nichols guards Mark Veicdvec Framingham State center Pete Lleneck Nichols and Mike Bogart Boston State ends and flankers Pot Scrims Boston State quarterback Steve Washkevlch Bridgewater Bill Benson Framingham Gary Boyle Plymouth and Art HbOSU -Boston State bocks Tom Williams Plymouth Slate kicker Defensive TOawi Bob Oaigle Nichols Steve Marsh Framingham Tom Alonardo - Boston St and Rich Moran Curry interior linemen Mike Heckenson Nichols Mike Falcon Bridgewater State Ron Butterfield - Moss Maritime and Bill Stump! Plymouth linebackers Robin Carrera Plymouth John Levandowski Nichols and Mike Grassia Boston State halfbacks and safety Honorable mention: (Offense) Pole Coyle Nichols Pred Quinlan Plymouth State Bill Larson Framingham State Bill Creonti Boston Stoto Bill Hay Plymouth State Ron Stanley Bridgewater State Joe Johnson Boston Stats Robart Harris Mass Maritime Pete Marshall Mass Maritime Jamie Fish Plymouth St Dale Baker Maine Maritime Glen Townsend Framingham St Bob Weaver Boston State Charles Harrow Mass Maritime Dennis Aqulor Plymouth St Don Leonard Nichols Tom Fair Curry Sieve Nelson Plymouth St Mike Keefe Nichols Mark Fran coeur New Haven Marty Do to Boston SI Paul Trinque Brldgewotof St- John Delaney Nichols MMAy Loreye Framingham and Bob Smith Curry Defense: Bill Nixon Bridgewater It Mike Fauvetl Mass Marltlfco Wally Logro Plymouth St Skip Clpana Plymouth St Mike Kelly Plymouth St Frank DeRosa Nichols TM Kelley Framingham Frank Chlampa Boston State Bob Johnson Boston Stole Bill Leahy Bridgewater Rich Kllekts Plymouth Nick Vallis Plymouth Tony Mortall New Haven George Lay Maine Maritime Gary Niland Framingham St Steve Romanskl Boston 11 Mika Beatrice Boston St John LOprestl Boston St Al Campea Boston St Jon Coins Curry Robin Russell Main Maritime Gery Burdick Framingham SI Frank Dente Boston St Paul Killing er Boston state) and Oen Kaoft Moss Maritime By the Associated Press Now that Los Angeles and Minnesota have won diviaional titles can Oakland be far behind? The Rams with their 2(H) victory over Detroit last Thursday locked up their third straight National Conference West crown and at the same time enabled the Vikings to clinch their seventh Central championship in eight years Like those two NFC powers the Raiders seem to have a long-term lease on an American Conference playoff berth They have won a spot in seven of the last eight seasons and with a little help from a friend can make it eight of nine before the sun goes down Sunday Oakland leading the AFC West is 8-2 with a five-game winning streak going And all four of its remaining regularseason games are at home Runnerup Kansas City is 5-5 If the Chiefs lose in Baltimore and Oakland downs Atlanta the Raiders once again own the AFC West In the rest of Sunday’s National Football League action it's Pittsburgh at the New York Jets Houston at Cincinnati the New York Giants at Dallas Minnesota at Washington-Kansas City at Baltimore New Orleans at Cleveland Amy Alcott team! wins best-ball MANILA (AP) -Teen-ager Amy Alcott the 1975 Rookie of the Year on the United States pro golf tour led a foursome that combined for a best-ball score of 11-under-par 61 Friday and won the $1000 top prize in an 18-hole women’s international tournament The 19-year-old Miss Alcott’s team— including two men and one woman all amateurs— collaborated for two eagles and seven birdies over the par-72 6440-yard Manila Golf and Country Club course Three other teams posted 61s but Miss Alcott’s group won the first prize in the $5000 event on the strength of its two eagles A team led by Sandra Post of Canada also combined for a 61 including 11 birdies and was awarded second place Sandra Palmer of the US headed a group that shot a 61 with one bogey two eagles and eight birdies and took third place Next also with a 61 was a squad led by American Sue Roberts Groups headed by Americans Debbie Austin and Donna Caponi Young wound up fifth and sixth respectively each with 62s Kan Francisco at Philadelphia Chicago at Green Bay and San Diego at Denver On Monday night it's New England at Miami Coach John Madden seems to believe 0 T Hi NFL justifiably that Oakland’s entry into the playoffs is a foregone conclusion In fact he is looking beyond that “The next road trip is to Miami' he says referring to Super Bowl x In previous years the playoff sites were selected on a rotating basis with an Eastern team at home one year a Western team the next year and a Central team the year after that This year though the home-Held advantage goes to the winningest teams Oakland with its overtime triumph in Washington last Sunday has the second-best AFC record behind only Pittsburgh’s 9-1 Miami leading the East is 7-3 “That victory ’’ Raiders’ Suard Gene Upshaw said of ie squeaker against the Redskins “should go a long way toward helping us get the home-field advantage Now all we have to do is IV - 3 W ii rf 1 ' v ' ! mm cf stsWWW " Kilmer gets nod against Vikes WASHINGTON (AP) — Bill Kilmer will start air quarterback for the Washington Redskins against the Minnesota Vikings Sunday even though his arm still hurts him Coach George Allen said Friday Kilmer who suffered a mildly separated shoulder against the New York Giants three games ago sat out an overtime loss to St Louis but played in the overtime defeat to Oakland last Sunday “Kilmer's arm is bothering him there is no 3uestion” Allen said after ie closed practice "He’ll have o live with that for the rest of the year I think ha'll start” HOMELITE XL at a new low price "nW$99?9 HOMELite AUTOMATIC OILING LIGHTWEIGHT FAST STARTING WITH 10" BAR AND CHAIN EXTRA CHAIN FREE An extra chatn will be Included with any Homellte chain saw purchased at no axtra cost OR on models XL2 Super 2 150 AO and SEZ you may choose a free car ry case FOR THE PRO AND THE MAN WHO WANTS TO CUT LIKE ONE OFINFRI NIGHTS 'TIL CHRISTMAS CROPLEY& JEWETT Atete St 4492571 Open Deify l-J-JO bucksport Win the rest of our games at home” The Steelers who battered Houston's Oilers around last Monday night would no doubt like to pick them up dust them off and give them a friendly pat of encouragement on their way into Cincinnati Pittsburgh leads Cincinnati by one game in the AFC Central Division while Houston it two games back So a Steelers victory over the staggering Jets and an Oilers' triumph would give the defending Super Bowl champs some breathing room St Louis losing 32-14 to Buffalo on Thanksgiving Day had its NFC East lead trimmed to one-half game over Dallas And the Cowboys can shave off the' other half by downing the Giants who gave them a surprisingly tough time in New York earlier this year before succumbing 13-7 But Dallas has to look back as well as ahead One game behind the Cowboys is Washington 6-4 and struggling to stay in the playoff picture The Redskins have lost their last two games on sudden-death overtime field goals Now their goal is to stay alive by killing Minnesota's bid for a perfect season A victory by the Colts over Kansas City would not only enhance Oakland's playoff chances but their own as well They are 6-4 on a five-game winning streak one-half game back of Buffalo and one behind faltering Miami The Dolphins with Bob siaeltn 1 quarter Earl Morrall Monday night Griese sidelined go with 41yearold quarterback against visiting New England Morrall isn't new to this sort of “step in suddenly and do the job” role He did it in 1972 and guided the Dolphins for more than half of their perfect season Plan your next banquet at the JkblUon Special packages are now available that include a one hour all you can drink open bar We have 4 function rooms seating 15 to 300 persons Make your next banquet an affair to remember ftebUion 427 Main St Bangor Call 945-5663 yi SAVE ?79?? -555ISS YARDMAN SNOWBIRD'S EXCLUSIVE SUPER CHUTE DISCHARGE Snowbird's Turret Action Discharge The Super Chute always throws snow straight out The Interior of the chute doesn't get In the way the chute Itself doesn't get In the way This raducas the Incidence of clogging and lots you throw more snow farther with the same horsepowei throw os far as 40 There are evOn more operational advantages— the upper chute can bo rotated 240 to let you pick any direction you want for throwing snow and the deflector can bo moved to direct snew up and down The three Independent sections give you more flexibility than with any othor snowthrowor 79w Electric Starter with All Models f 4 FREE Model 7090 Model 7100 Model 7200 5 hp 24" Swath 7 hp 26" Swath I hp 26" Swath 399’ 464 524 Available At These Dealers: BANGOILm L Coffin Coh 72S Broadway CARIBOU— Nelson A Gagnon Inc 31 Horschol Street D0VER-F0XCR0FT- I Word Co ELLSWORTH —Shepard Hardware 14-18 Main Street FORT KENT — Soucy Supply 30 East Main Street HOUITON —Duff's Service Station MATTAWAMKEAG —Wyman Hardware MILFORD —Thornton's Sport Shop MILO— Rubloe's Rower Equipment 48 Rim Street OAKLAND — Xockletl Brot 171 Wotor St ORLAND — Farnham's iqulpmont Star Route PRESQUE ISLE —Jordan Nursery A Garden Supply VAR BUREN-pu Step Sport Shop 364 Mein Street WATERVIUE — Unlvenal Tiro Co M tin Stmt WEST ENFIELD-s A Davis Garage Distributed By ML COFFIN Co Inc VI Broadway Bangor

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