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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Catholic High Spartans Local Grid Victors Undefeated Beavers ring CARE Package On Shamokin Visitors By WAIT V Daily News Sportswriler If Norbie Panz shows any sympathy towards Shamokin Catholic after the way his Catholic Hitfh gridders inundated the Red tt aiders Saturday mtflil hci undoubtedly has mailed a CAH10 package to the hard coal area community by now And you can bet the package will return un opened because the Shamokin mentor would certainly be feavCul of finding a 56 150pound halfback the first name of Tom nestled inside the box lie along1 with 2000 fans saw enough of that pack age in the Lebanon High School Stadium on Saturday One of the most rapid ners in the area Care on n sevenplay 52yard three touchdowns for HIP second ihike A pair of Laws neriils ID week running while leadinu the j Hay Carbines and Kitlin wen unbeaten Beavers lo virloryiinstnnneiiial in moving the hall number eight in a 107 noncon 1 to the two Then Laws rolled ferenco wall over Shamokinout for Hie six points The Win stretches JXHSs per1 shimnkiii moved as deep as feet siring to 15 hp in the third Care scored on serlnimane runs t of 26 mid ill rants and highstepped 95 yards with a kickoff return inaccount for with the aid of a pass interference infnulion and n roiifjhiiifi the passer penalty Fred Schumacher then threw Lebanon Daily News Lebanon Pa Monday November 1 1965 By A Toe Milton Hershey Nips Palmyra 76 On Laschs Extra Point By BILL COLL AM News Sportswriter IIERSTIEY Keith Laschs placement kick fot the extra point after Milton Hershey drove 66 yard to knot the game on John McMillans oneyard plunge gave the Spartans a 76 win overPalmyra here in the Hershey Stadium Saturday afternoon in a Capital Ares Conference football game The Spartans held the Palms to just 58 yardf lushing while their own offensive unit rolled to 19 covcry at the Ram oneyar yards spearheaded by the rugged Dalas Estright who iine prevented the Barons froi i i 1 i r A rr nnpi f lan roughshod over the raims and Rams Rocked At The Baltimore Barons might he a newlyformed professional footballtram but the Mary landers handled the local Rams in veteranlike fashion on Sat urday evening in Baltimore The Barons were blanked in the first bill had their offense moving the remainder ofthe way to record a 250 non league win over Hie Rams The local outfit now owns a 27 mark Gary Fricdmanns fumble re hts three TDs He also gained the Shamokin quarterback fora 107 of his clubs 2n4 ground yards on Just nine carries Joe Laws enginecriiiK the club masterfully at quarter back added a pair of sixpoint ers on short keeper plays and hit Frank Kulm with a pass for the other touchdown Shamokin was within minutes of becoming the1 successive shutmil victim of llu Beavers but finally broke the nineyard loss and Care who also starred defensively inter cepted a fourthdown pass in the end zone The Haiders finally marched 75yards on 14 plays for their tallv The arm of sophomore Pete Avellino and i III yard from punt formation by third Hjn Chesney were Ihe keys to the advance Irocopio circled riuhl end for the final five A Dnily NEWS Photo r This is one of the shorter gains registered by halfback Tom Care of Catholic High during Saturday nights game with Shamokin Catholic in the LHS Stadium Jerry Malasheskie 20 and John Shannon 81 collab orated to bring Care down at his own 40yardline during the first quarter Care later scored three touchdowns to pace a 407 victory ice on a fiveyard run by Tuny Procopio pass from Avellino to J o h n Shannon added he extra point Shamokin completed seven of I SHAMOKIN CATHOLIC iincr Himitt 11 iin ENDS Shannon Nolan Checcht Solid T pass ui wain yf mnrh yards through the air but SS of those came in Ihe final period The Haiders also notched ifi of their 93 yards overland in the second half The Beavers air yardage totaled 57 on a four forscvcn card LCHS which Is making a habit of icing its games early scored the first five times on the offense Mike Smith had a pretty 68yard punt return into payclirl recalled Because of a clip but he Beavers proceeded to drive 5fl yards on 14 plays for the first score Laws At Controls s Laws operated the bell y fceries beautifully during the inarch keeping seven lime s himself while otherwise send much Sullck TACKLES Forclieskle Crzybowskl Golumolskle Damurosls Homlak GUARDS Moroi Mallzewskl Dero mndlMaaaskle Karpinskl CENTERS Klassen Klicks McCarthy BACKS Avcllno Roslnl Procopio Ma Uasheskle Hobkoskle W Chesney Davis Fetzko Merges Rovlto Bar vitskl R Chesney Tlrnm Callahan Chrisllano CATHOLIC HIGH ENDS F Kulm Garganes Schumach er Kunder Griffiths Elben TACKLES V Hellrvan Troy Memml Jorfl Miller Gerace i GUARDS Horncy Carroll Weaber Flshor Ccreslnl CENTERS Brown Breckenmaker Rish BACKS Laws Care Rakow Golem bewskl Snillh Lnzorcik P Kuhn Lonaenecker Wlllman Schleoel Krause P Hodman MazzonI Score by periods Shnmokln Catholic 00 Catholic Hicih 719 7 SHAMOKIN CATHOLIC Scoring Touchdown Procopio iyd Point alter touchdown Shannon pass Irom Touch Teniple 31 Delaware 22 WilkcsliA Juniata 2fl 7 Waynesbiirg fi CATHOLIC HIGH Scoring downs Laws 2 1 yd Kuhn 23 lllg Charlie GoleillbeWSki inside jyd pass Irom 26 50ytt Dave Rakow outside Laws i scored from the one LCHS was Riiilly of holding on the PAT attempt but Laws Bcrcencd to Rakow on the fol lowing play to add the conver sion tlie hard way The second trip covered fiS yards oil nine maneuvers A 13yard pitch down the mid die by Laws lo Smith was a key play but a rollout pass to Kuhn who inside the grab at the H accounted for the final 2i yards Golcmbowski pounced on si Raider fumble at the visitors 35 lo set up the third TD Three i across Ihe finish line nine sec milh 3 Officials Referee Soudersi Umpire Glllliam Head Linesman Gasserl Field Judoe Bcnnelts First Downs SC 14 CH 11 Passes Complelcd SC 7 CH 4 Passes Attempt ed SC 25 CH 7 Passes Intercepted by SC 0 CH 1 Penallies Inflicted SC 30 CH 100 Fumbles losl SC 1 CH 0 shlnq Yardnue SC 93 CH 254 Pass ing Yiirriane SC 9B CH 57 Puntlno Average SC 3333 CH 2335 Curtis Turner Victor In 500Mile Slock Race HOCK1NGI1AM NC Al1 i Veteran Curtis Turner yippcd IVI College State Dickinson 20 LEBANON VAL M3Y 8 Moravian 14 Albright fi West Chester tO I Juckncll 3B Hofstra fi Edlnhoro 35 Shippenshiirg 26 ise But Lose 3918 To Governor Mifflin BT SHUTTER Furnian 27 15 The Governor Mifflin Mustangs of SbiliihRlon von the game on Saturday nighl ut the Cedar Crest Falcons upplicd the surprises even vhile going down to a 3918 dc Diexel 14 Westminster 32 feiiysbiirg 40 Indiana14 California 114 Jrovc City 21 PMC fi Clenvllle 6 Lafayette 20 Slippery Hock 7 Clarion 3it Geneva fi E Stroudslnirg 33 Millcrsvillc i Allegheny IS Ifi ycoiniiiK 27 Susquehanna S emi Jl Harvard JO tie Syracuse 51 2X Lock Haven 21 Pitt 13 Haverford Ifi Mansfield 7 Alfred K2 i Ursinns 0 nela Valley 49 California 2L Up sal a 28 Gallaurict 9 Pcnn 17 Mnhlcnhcru 14 lohn Carroll 21 Thiei 7 DctiLsoti 111 Carnegie 13 Xavicr Ohio 35 VilUnovst 0 East Dartmouth 20 Holy Cross 20 Kates 10 Boston U 30 los Coll IL Cornell 20 Yale 17 Buffalo Rnwilnin both quarterbacks deep am about 20 yards apart With this formation Li g h t and Mettlej could citherpass or run as the latcralled the ball frequently To many spectators it Jookec like the Falcons were runnin With Kstrighl running the Spartan defense glitteriiiR it was just a matter for Millon Hershey lo act a sustained drive in motion This they did le in Iho third period follow j the Palmyra score and cli axcd the drive on the first lay of the final period Palms Score Palmyra go t on the score card first near the midpoint of ic third period Jim Anderson itorcepted a Millon Hershey ass thrown by John Duffy at ic Palm 48 and raced it back o the Milton Hershey 33 before e was halted to set iip the aim score The Palms then moved to the Spartan 20 when Ander son hit DOUR Jeillnj on a third down pass that moved the ball lo Ihe Milton Her shey one Ceilings eaten was almost a story hook affair The pass was high and wobbly and at least three Spartan de fenders appeared to have the situation under control and would either knock the ball down or intercept Somehow Gelling withered in among the defenders and pulled the hall down Anderson hucked across eat in a TriCounty League fiom a nine man offensive line ame played at Albright Sta dium It was pretty well conceded that the Falcons were the un derdogs hut they stunned he crowd of more than 3000 as they took the opening kickoff and scored and then early in the second period unveiled a spread formation that puzzled even Ihe officials as they moved the pigskin for two scores usinf Ihe spread Tlie loss for the Falcons leaves them with an 04 record in play while sporting a 26 record overall The Mustangs moved into second place in league a 31 record and stand B2 forHhe sea son Although the score was rather decisive the statistics were a lot closer as both teams registered 14 first downs while the Mus tangs racked up 290 yardsrush ing and passing and the Kal In this formation the Fal cons went from heir own 42 to the Mustang six where hey again went into a TTerry Light scored from one and a half out on a keeper The try for the bonus was blocked The Mifflin Mustangs cam right back with a score as the started from their own 37 an in 12 plays went the K3 yart with Williams tallying from yards out The try for the bom was wide Kims 90 Yards Huckleberry stunned the Fa cons as he took the second ha kickoff on his own 20 cut to the left and behind fine blocking wcnl the SO yards to score Kleppinger again lallied the bonus oh a kick Using the spread the Falcons marched from their own 3S to the visiting where they yield on the next play to give the Palms the lead fi0 CAPITAL AREA CONFERENCE Saturdays Score MILTON HERSHEY 7 PALMYRA t W 6 Middletown MILTON HERSHEY PALMYRA Mechanicsburg Lower Dauphin HERSHEY Cumberland Valley SusQuehanna Twp Fridays Card HERSHEY at Mechanicsburg Card Lower Dauphin at PALMYRA Cumberland Valley al Twp L 0 2 2 2 3 4 I 5 umbles The P a I ms lost he all three times via that route Defensive play stood out for e Spartans and it was a pass nterceptlon by Harold Sandoe yard from scoring in the opening period following a 64yard drive on eight plays The Hams with regular half back Tom Bowman filling in for absent Clark Sillik at quar terback presented a threat of the late late part of thetheir own by chugging 71 yards ourth period that may have aved the day for Milton Her hey Sandoe plucked an Ander on pass from the air at about he Milton Hershey 25 and ru urned it to the Palm 31 before cing downed The two clubs battled for the ame but the Spartans came up with more alert play at he opportune time to tip t h e scale in their favor The Spartns arenow 42 in AC play and53 overall The Palms have a 32 loop mark and have now dropped two CAC tests in a row but are also 53 on the season PALMYRA ENDS Gelling Krtider Crout TACKLES LiBht CENTERS Summers Umberger BACKS Gruber E Whitman T Whit man Yinssl Anderson Dulac Ruth J KreTder Borkert MiLTeK HERSHEY ENDS Glass Cornioert Alexander Wtinberj McCalmonl Welsh GUARDS Rlshell Douthetl Parrlsh Hushes CENTERS Welsh BACKS Duffy McMillen Eslright Hess Sandoe Sllvestri Bailey Wright Lasch Elliott Score by Periods Palmyra 0 0 Milton Hershey 0 5 0 PALMYRA Scoring Touchdown Anderson 1yd MILTON HERSHEY Scoring Touch down McMillen llyd Point After Officials Reed Kurowski Ernjt Marinak First P t Passes Com pleted MH 4 P I Attempted MH P10 Intercepted by MH IP 1 Penalties Inflicted MH I P 10 umbles Lost MH 1 P 3 Yards Rush g MH 191 P 58 Yards Passing MH P 0 Punting AAH P to the Baltimore 14 late in the period The Rams fumbled on a fourth down and a foot situa tion Bowman completed four passes along the way one a 37 yarcler to Roy Krciser The Rams blew two scoring opportunities in the second period before Baltimore hit the Scoreboard The Barons zipped SI yards on three plays capped by Boh John sons iflyard jaunt off tackle Walt ieiitry placeklcked the extra point The undermanned Rams us ing just 1 showed fa tigue hi the second half John son strolled 56 yards on the fi nal play of the thiud quarter for his second touchdown The Rams who also used Dick Yingstand coach Pep Hunsicker at quarterback had four passes intercepted in the final period while desperately attempting to get back in the game Gentry fired a 22yard TD strike to Ray Fleigh and Al Miller returned a pass intercep tion 42 yards for the final score RAMS ENDS Krtiser Pelry Frled mann TACKLES Shultz Snader Spsnslep Low1 GUARDS Ruth Miller CENTER Rose BACKS Bowman Ylnqst Condran Rutgers 0 cons put 24S yards on the board the pigskin to the home team ouds before young Cale Yar boroiish Sunday iind won lhe first annual American 500 slock factorybacked in plays later Care skirted right end to score from the Jli The Beavers traveled fi2 yards on six plays for number four race Care and Smith positioned the Ford ball at the enemy 20 Fro mi Overcoming such handicaps there Care struck off the right as a broken rib and weakening side and slipped off a few tackbrakes Turner look the lead lers to tally again Smith made his first of three PATs CoaslToCoasl Care finished his offensive business on the second half on Ihe 47lth lap and stood off such challengers as Richard Petty Hobby Isaac David Pearson and Yarborough Ainhcrs 28 VMI 12 Columbia fi Vermont K Coast Guard Tufts 7 in total offense The Scoring The Falcons elected o receive Hohart 27 Johns Hopkins H VI Klnxspnrl 5 Union 27 Hamilton 1 Northeastern Williams 2S 28 Princeton 45 Colgate Brown 27 Army 28 Wrcslr Tech 13 Rnslr Poly B Conn 27 Sp rug fid 7 N Hamp Rhode Is K Rochester 14 St Lawrence 13 Maine 42 Colby 14 CW Post 14 Wagner 2 Firstplace money was kickoff lie picked off the boullono Yarboroughs secondplace South at his five received a couple of bundle was springing blocks and was off lot Yarbornugh and the third ancL Washington the races j fourthplace finishers Marvin The final LCHS touchdown 1 Panch and G C Spencer came al the start of the fourth drove Fords Dvdson wbo immediately started their final scoring jaunt on iary Williams racked up and putthe ball in play on llieirinis thirdscore as he went ovei own 31 Ken Smithfleet junior tackle for the final 34 yards halfback electrified the homeKunning a rather team by taking a handoff on a fullback Klep ftrsl play and breaking betweenJpingor he bonus tackle and guard on a quick scorc 39 0 12 opener on Ihe left side culling to the oulside and racing 05 yards to the home teams four yard marker Only a shoestring Last CC Score The final Cedar Crest scorc came against the Mustang sec tackle prevented Smith from gooiul string as the spread was ing all the way again put into use The score was a rather unusual one as Terry Light was the deep man in the spread Light latcraled back and TRICOUNTY LEAGUK Saturdays Seen Gov Mifflin 39 CEDAR CREST II Tht W CATHOLIC HIGH 4 Virginia I i Governor Milflin 3 2 2 llnkp I Lancaster Catholic 1 7 CEDAR CREST 0 IOrest 11 j Card v Wilson Joint IS Lai L 0 1 I 3 3 4 T p Terryc Glass blocked the try for the extra point tor the Spai tans andas it turned oufthis was to make the difference in the contest Spartans Take Over The Spartans then moved for the game winning scores Estright picked up40 of the ifi yards and twice kept the drive alive with yardage on big plays and it was he who moved the hall to the Palm One on a sixyard run from where McMillen snuck over with the Spartan In first half it was a gruelling game of defense am Palmyra fumbles The Spartans had a golden opportunity set up by a shor Hint when they won posscssiot of the ball on the Palms 28 Plie Spartans moved to th aim four but there the drivi iicd and Lasch missed a fieli oal try from the 14 The Palms were held on th but picked up 90 yard through the air Several times the Palms ar pearcd to have something star Partially Blocked Punt Leads CD East To Win Over Hershey Trojans Central Dauphin East partial belli Kalpli Gishs 55yard jy blocked a Hershey High punt run to the Panthers 30yard in the fourth quarter in subur slripe to help set up the score ban HarrisburK Saturday nitihtj for Hershey Several plays and then drove fiO yards in six later the Trojans were on the Mich SI49 plays to come from behind amlj CD Fast nineyard stripe jiiiinois 21 down the Trojans 7li in a mm John then faded back JMJaml 0 23 13 47 Tech 35 Clemson 2fi tiiLv V W Va siCATHOLIC HIGH at Lancaster Catholic kenlncM iS j Saturday Card Citadel 21 llkhmonrt flj wjison joint CEDAR CREST jlary 3 Aulnirn 28 Florida 17 Vmderhill 13 Tulane n Maryland 27 So Car U 38 Hmprin Sdny 13 Miss 23 St Fla St 7 Va Tech K Ala HI Miss SI 7 Memphis St 27 W Tex St 12 Midwest Ohio 11 Notre Dame 29 and hit Ted Tinea in he end and Hie Trojans led J0 The try for the point MUS uiie toV i CAL1 league gridiron contest It was Ihe sixth loss in eighi outings for Ihe and in juryriddled Trojans but auain the Hershey eleven was never out of the contest and nipped by a toe The Trojans appeared to bo ror thrir final ronference lest on their way lo their third vic tory until the stalking Panthers got the break that aroused the1 stealthy cat GUARDS Aflcr the Panthers put Hie CRNTFRS dark ball in play following Ihe pimt they moved lo the Hershey J3 Indiana 21 Mich 50 Toleuo 7 llowa SI Minn ID Navy 3 Nrlhwstrn Purdue Crn 7 Iowa 17 across to Mettley who after a Jjbit of dodging passed 11 yards Liglu who scored untouched jiThe bonus try was blockedand othe final scoic ended Using the spread Light com pleted 10 of 22 passes while Mettley compicled four of six JBolh men also picked up yard Ilieh iMeily then carried as they ran the ball keep Ihe next each gaiiiinsing the startled Mustangs alert two yards tallying the touchj Next Saturday afternoon the down on the last twoyarded put Falcons bring their season to ting Ihe Falcons on the boardclose as they entertain the Wil wilh less than three minutes son Joint eleven in a TriCoun gone in the quarter Mustangs Bounce Rack The Mustangs snapped back in a hurry as Edgar Huckleberry took the ensuing kickoff on his own 22 and carried to the Cedar Crest l0 yard marker Fro in here it look the Mustangs six plays to score wiih bruising full cdonly to lose the ball throng ebanon Valley Blanks 4uhlenberg Harriers The Lebanon Valley College arriers pulled up on even keel t 55 for the season with a lean sweep 1550 victory over Vtuhlenberg as one of lhe sev eral athletic events on the an nual Lebanon Valley College Day program on Saturday The first eight runners to cross the finish line on tlie LVC Annville course wore the home school colors as the Mules plod ded home in the next four posi ions Dick Williams led the LVC pack home in 23 minutes 17 seconds and was followed by Dave HimnielbergerTim Dav is Harold Giles Lcrby Frey Leslie Bush Jim Waring and Tom Micka all in Blue and White jerseys in that order DarreirFntzeTom Ferguson Ralph Grimes and Pete Porton then finished for Muhlenberg and after Dick Pell and Carl Sabold interrupted the Muhl enberg finishes Bob Christy be came the fifth Muhlenberg run ner to finish Hunskkcr Deiner Raaer Mayer Arnold Welk v ENDS Butz Smith Fleigh Crlzmsnlsh TACKLES Woody Takovich Swindle GUARDS Woods Dayton Bonnett Bass CENTER Younger SACKS Gentry Rinkus Johnson Wrlsht Hamilton Austin Durham Mil ler Thompson Shanks Davidson Tay lor Bowrnan Hawkins Bar tels Fredricks Score by Periods ebanon Rams 8 0 Balllrnore Barons 0 7 BALTIMORE Scoring Johnson 2 69yd run 54yd Fleinh 52yd pass from Miller pass Point After Touch down Gentry First Downs Leb 8 Bult 11 Completed Leb 10 Bait Passes At tempted Leb 38 Bait 21 Passes Inter cepted by Leb 0 Bait 5 Penalties Inllid 25 Bait W Fumbles Lost Leb 1 Bait 6 Rushing Yardage Leh 35 Bait 227 Passing Yardage Leb 102 Bait U Puntina Averaw Leb Bill 334 Central Pcnn Football League Saturday Lancaster 14 SteelHigh 7 John Harris 39 Willismsport t Stindlnis John Harris Lancaster York William Penn Cedar Clifl Slellon Highspin Wllllamsport Central Dauphin LEBANON Reading Fridays Card 0 1000 833 714 M7 571 500 335 216 143 ON SteelHigh at Cedar Clllf Saturdays Card John Harris at Lancaster York al Wllllamsport Reading al William Penn ly contest GOVERNOR MIFFLIN ENDS Armpreister Kelley Miller Soltis Shearer VVildoner TACKLES Wetwr Lilly Bowman Blankhorn Werlsy Egolf GUARDS Schneider Hain Kellen Tierger Keen High Stourtt PeJZino CENTERS BACKS Trojans returnto this Friday night whnvN St t travel lo MechanirsniirpNpnvaskji Ifi Day ton J3 HERSHEY vt B e s ll Ohio U 7 Klinger Reichert Drobnick Williams Berger Huckle berry Guislwite Kleppinger J Rutti Lash Linn Emore Kochard M Ruth Weidnsr CEDAR CREST Gill Stierk Heagy Suchaenk Harter Kern Leicht nf liis thrnn nrniin Ho wpnl Schreihpr Culp 01 His mice stoics in GUARDS B Lignlr Hinkle Pyles Me Wis M oack Williams tallying Ihe TACKLES Kent St S Okla St ID ill from W yards out On thef T for Ihe extra point R ic h CENTER iUeilv broke Ihroiigh and hloek two he Sputhwcst Chris Ill Ruin CD EAST skirled ENDS Love Forkcr Knlovin ACKlES Kcltfr Harlnick Wise right end for 13 yards and Ihe wiost ArnialiviniT cnrirn flicl Pierce GUARDS Roolinq Fahnpstock Georpp equalising SCOIC Ultlv I ltLCLCRNTERS Keim Bow then stepped into Ihe hero rolei er by splitting the goal posts Sccrp by Periods Wfk Colorado 13 Texas Tech 27 SMUlll San Jose St 27 Arkansas lil Houston 40 Ariz St 28 Oklahoma A RUT the game winning point Trojans Kcciner Fumble In the second period the Tro fHcrshry iCD East I HERSHEY 060 000 Scoring Touchdown yrt oint Jtllpr Touch j TIPIUO yil H Vll lans look ilic lead afterrccov CD EAST scoring Touchdown HOP J ering a CD Kast fumble on Hershey 14 lo hall an early Panther threat The Trojans moved Sfi yards f i i with be big play of the rirne Atlrniplrri H 11 CDE H S CDE 3 N Chattanooga 7 Tex Western 20 Far West UCLA 10 Air Force 10 Utah n Colo St Wash St li Ore Oregon 17 Com Inlprceptrd hy H0 CDE 1 Fumbles losl H 3 3 Yds Passina H 90 CDE 7i Rushing H 120 CDE 170 Mnnl J3 U Pacific 7 Wash 41 Stanford K Ulah SI 31 Brehm Vnj 21 No 21 Mont St 12 Linfield Pacific 6 smothered After the Falcons were unable lo move the Muslangs scored again as they starlpd from the visilins 41 A roughing the kiek er aided this drive as the cons had lh Muslancs bottlrdj at their 37 with fourth and 7 Edgar Huekleborry lallicd Ihe Tl on a nineynrd sprint around lefl end Trygve kieked the bonus as the Mus tangs led 136 at the riuartcr Scott Guistwitc Junior half back scored the third Mustang tally from 17 yards out as Mcily blocked the try for the e x t r a point Liohl Mcttlry Mplly Uhlpr Womrr F Gill Kissinger Smith Nel son Cnnroy 7ck Scorff by Prriods Governor Mildin 13 UU 639 Cfdar Crest A A 0 GOV MIFFLIN Toucliriowns Williams runs 3 31 Huckle ninp yarrt run and 80 yard kickoff return Gulstwilo 17 vard run Points Allrr Touchdowns Kleppinger three placements CEDAR CREST P7 yard run ll yd pass Officials Referee Robert Lacey Um pire William Horine Head Linesman Harry Forrcd Field Judge Andy Stopper First Downs CC 14 GM 14 Passes Completed CC U GM 7 Passes Attempt ed CC 53 GM 17 Passes Intercepted CC 0 GM 0 Penalties Indicted CC GM Fumbles Lost CC 1 GM 0 Punting Average CC GM Falcons Spread Out At this point the Falcons went MOSCOW UPI Doctors said that Valcry Rrnmel world record holder in the high jump is progressing smootlily fol lowing injuries suffered in a motorcycle accident on Oct fi and Ihal he will soon be given inlrj Iheir spread which hadcrutches and released from the Terry Joe Mettley j hospital Doily NEWS GREAT CATCH Geihnf dark shirt in center somehow came up with he most spectacular play of the game when he snared a wobbly Jim Anderson pass on this play in the third quarter on the Milton Hershey one yard stripe to set up the that jrave the Palms a shortlived lead apainsl the Geilini wiw surrounded hy Spartans pave Plaint J2 and Keith Laschhut somehow he twisted and squirmed and came up with the hall Milton Hemhey took thf ensuing kickoff and then marched to the winning scores 76 in a CAC tmi played at the Herehey Stadium Saturday afternoon   

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