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   Lebanon Daily News (Newspaper) - November 1, 1965, Lebanon, Pennsylvania                                Red Devils Defeat Dutchmen 208 To Cloud LVC Day By TINY PARRY m TV i Sporlg Editor The Dickinson College Devils marred tVip fi ball phase of the annual Lebanon Valley progranv by defeating the Dutchmen Stadium field on Saturday to the dFsani some four thousand of them back for the annual festivities The Red Devils recovered quickly from earlv fortune to strike for their first touchdown mid way through the iirat frame and tacked on the first of two held jroals booted by their placekkkinjr specialist Dan Krcy to grab a 100 lead in that fi4 period second touchdown in thi second stanza to fashion a 170cushion for the first half and after the Dutchmen hit the Scoreboard for eiKht points m the third chukker the visitors closed out the sconnK with Frey s second threepointer in the closing chapter h With the win the Carlisle col Dally Ntwi Ubtnon Pt Monday Novtmbw 11965 1 T s of LVC alumni mis Lebanon Valley Girls Lose Season Finale The Lebanon Valley College fiirls field hockey team con cluded its campaign on Salttr nioniing hy losing a lightly eouleslcd yjnne In Dickinson College on Ihe home field Jaeld Wallers elub finished with a 4H record following Ihe 32 setback nt the hands of tin1 Carlisle team Sue Ellen Kauff mail and Julie Looker notched Ihe LVC goals while Oaroiyn Press Rally Klower and Sue Tnnlall lallieil for Dickinson I sliinon Valliy State Hunters Make Early Haul On Rabbits HARR1SBUKG AT Tliejlmrvs brought the rabbits Into Pennsylvania dame Commisitho opon sion says liunUrs iW Number of cuilonliiil rub In nnrlli central niii hunters saw Permsylva lot of wild hits on Ilic of Iheitmkoys but dry noisy leaves kept Ihe hinls on the nlert making a close approach diffi Itnil Hie commission said small ne season Saturday hi the northwest section the slate Ihe kill was estimated ui 25 per pent frnm H atn A commission spokesman snid irinjnicked iliiasmls and bob sunny skies and mild in iilniiiful numbers were Dickinson Tindall FlrSS Fillcwr f lOWil Urr McNeil OR i R o L it c t Rll II LI I B Cllll IP B RP II G alves Looker Ankrmn Nlxcm KMldllllll Cessrw Snilsli lliir McPiul CuniniLiuj logians hike their lead in the 67yearold ISgame series to eleven victories against seven for Lebanon Valley and one tie li also gives them a 51 season record in the MAC Southern College Division while the loss drops the Dutchmen below even keel again at 23 all in MAC play It was also their second home loss in three starts The Red Devils were dealt a blow on the first scrimmage series of the game following the opening k i c k o f f when Bob Hoerner intercepted a pass on the Dickinson 31 They recovered quickly how ever to stave off what looked like a real early break for the Dutchmen by taking the ball on downs on their own 28 That early defensive stand appeared fo Inspire them for their second offensive series of he game loo as they reeled off an eightplay offen sive that covered 72 yards and was climaxed by a 44 yard pass play from Dennis Waehler lo Boh Averfoach for the games first touchdown Frey added the bonus point with the first of two PAT placement boots A fumble recovery by Joel Rhone on the LVC 24yard line gave the Red Devils a break near end of that opening period and they cashed in when Frey booted an 11yard field goal The Dutchmen then threaten ed in the second stanza in mov ing to the Dickinson 25 but were stopped at that point when Dick Kalzenbach intercepted a Vaszily aerial and returned it 45 yards to the LVC 40 Decker Intercepts Then it was Lebanon Valleys turn to check another Dickinson threat as Bruce Decker inter cepted a Wachter pass on his own one The Red Devils came right back however when KaUcn off a first down to the Dickin son 30 and two plays later ran to the 19 bul a holding penally checked the Dutchmen momen tarily Undaunted however they came hack lo the 19 on Vas xilys pass Padley amt from there VasyJIy uncorked a lonj pass to Dennis Cannon in he end for he lone LVC touchdown Oasnon reached up lo make a Rreal catch too virtually clutching the hall from Ihe grasp of twit Dickinson de fenders Pete Partley ran for a twopoint conversion to pad the LVC score hut the Dutch men were then finished for the day In fact they were called upon to stave off a subsequent Dick inson threat as Winslow Phillips and Lipinski i w Daily NtWS Pliolo HIPS OFF YARDAGE Padley LVC senior hack 35 rips his way for a against rutftfwl Dickinson opposition during the Lebanon Valley Day jfame at the L1IS Stadium on Saturday The Uel Devils the LVC ground game well in check however in chalking up a 208 victory for their eleventh win in a 19game series that dates back to Dun Cham bers b0 helps his ball carrier with a block on Dick Lipinski 10 hut Tom Phillips 2F moves in to slop the run Score hy Dickinson J LrlKiiion Valley 1 1 I rlunrm Valley KViilluiiiM oukoi Dickinson Flower Tin IHI Siihsliliiliotis nirkinon Shisicr lltnkWiillir IMiannn Villey Hfllinan Swrs 1iiriiniiiw 1 Kflley 1 JV Scon Dickinson Lebanon Valley 0 Hershey Bears Drop Two Close Decisions In Weekend Defeats bach returned a Fasnacht punt from behind his own goal line to the LVC 4 but were stymied again when Ernie Jones fum bled going into the end zone and the ball went over to the Dutchmen on a touchback took turns lugging the leather lo the LVC seven Larry Painter staved off that threat by pouncing on a fumble at that point but Dickinson was back in business shortly there after when the Dutchmen were forced to punt A Lipinski pass to Rome put Ihe Red Devils on Ihe eight and three plays later Frey boot ed his second field goal for the final score of the game A Circus Catch The Dutchmen refused to fold however and moved into a threatening position when John Grabusky grabbed a Vas zily pass with a circus catch on the Dickinson 19 The Red Devils then checked that threat as John Bierly led the blitzing defense to take over the ball The Dutchmen came back again on runs by Fasnacht and another Grabusky catch on tht Dickinson their last ef fort a long aerial lo Grabus ky intheend zone just missed storing when the ball fell from his grasp whilebeing closely guarded The llcrt Devils qutrushed the Dutchmen with 178yards to 50 but Lebanon Valley showed advantage with 142 yards through the air while the Red Devils netted 108 Sets Dickinson Record Ry TINY PARRY Executive Sports Editor The Hershey Rears dropped lose back to back over the weekend to slip pre cariously close to the AHL Eastern Division dungeon with a 251 card for the season to date They bowed to previously wlnless Buffalo by a 31 count at the Hershey Spurts on Saturday night and were nipped by a 32 count in Rochester on Sunday night In the Saturday night affair he Rears appeared lo belak ng a leaf from the Iehti State football book in winning the sta listics bill losing on the score board as they oulshol the Bisons by a margin but managed only one tally Chadwick A Stalwart They were thwarted repeated ly by Ed Chadwick the iormei Hershey goalie as the redhead rose io the occasion lime aftei time with a magnificent per formance from start to finish to play the big role in his team first win of lie season afle four straight defeats He Kivfn some protec tion by undermanned Bi sons dressrd only thir leen players lint for the must part did a veritable floralio At The Bridge act In ing the relentless Hershey Dickinsons defense held the Dutchmen at bay again how ever to force a punt and re gained possession of the ball on the LVC 44 Wachter and Avcrback Dick insons leading pass combo went into their act for a 20yard gain that moved the ball to the LVC six but then lost the serv ices of Wachter for the day when he was hit hard by Den nis Tulli while unleashing a pass after retreating some dis tance trying to locale a receiv er The pass was incomplete but Wachter was carried from the field on a stretcher and hos pitalized for Xrays It was later learned they Pro Ice Hockey EASTERN HOCKEY LEAGU8 Knoxville 6 Charloltc 3 Juhnslown s Now Hflvfn 1 Fight Results By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TOKYO VitKriile Oirmlo Ulv Ar iriillnv nulpoinlfil MiluiKir i Siki a Jilin 10 KINGS10II Jiniilr1 Cirl 187 Jnfnnicn nnil LOiiiurul Slewarl Jiiniiiica IS ilrfw CIIINUNGMAI Tlioillcul fl Pimllp Klf Miriya TliaiMnil ouipiiitilid Si 10 New York let fullback Mat Sncll was named Kookic of tin Year in Ihc AKI in NOW LOANS BY MAIL CALL OR WRITE No Need to leave Your Home Borrow of ABC This Easy Convenient Wayl BORROW and per MONTH RCPAYMrNT SCIICOIHT tOMOW 152940 REPAY 3000 4500 6000 Lirr ACCIDENT A HEALTH INSURANCE AVAIU8LE fro 2799037 350000 1074 J fclfc fcWUI AB C PLAN CONSUMER DISCOUNT Co LOANS to 77L Cumlnihmd St Lebanon Pa i liolf ol Ktynclal lo yoor rcnTMnunily were negative and the Dickin son passer was suffering only defensive from muscle spasms of the Dutchmen back Red Devils Beat Clock The mishap failed to daunt the Red Devils however as Dick Lipinski Wachters suc cessor turned right end on a keeperoption play for the sec and last Dickinson touchdown to beat the halftime clock by just 17 seconds Frey then added his second PAT placement and Ihe Red Devils took a 170 lead to Ihcir dress ing room LVC Queen Crowned Halftime ceremonies included the crowning of Jeanne Kathar ine Nixon a freshman from Philadelphia as the Lebanon Valley College Homecoming Queen who was introduced along with her court and their escorts during the midgame program Following several punt ex changes in the third period the Dutchmen moved into Dickin son territoryon Pete Padleys fiierly Rome Rhody and Jones were defensive stalwarts who kept the LVC running game in check while bach and Jones paced the Dick inson running game Wachters early passing to Averbach was a factor of course and Aver bachs touchdown catch was his eighth of the season and the 12th of his career for a Dickin son record It tops the former mark of eleven set by the present Dick inson coach Wib Gobrechl John Pasnachl was again Ihe LVC workhorse as a ball car rier with BO hard earned yards in 19 carries against a rugged Dickinson forward wall Bill Hohenshell honored aft er the game as the LVC Most Valuable Senior was again a The liisoiis finally changed the complexion of the first pe riod dominated by the B ears when Dave ireen connected on a 15fpoter to finish off a three man sortie They tacked on a second goal late in the middle stanza when Alain Carons short shot trickled into the net during a scramble Ione llershey Score The Hears finally finished one of offensive efforts early in the third period on llruce Drapers angle shot with the Bisons shorthandtMl but that was iKilli the Ixginning and the enl of their scoring The Bisons added an unneces sary tally hithe closing seconds of the game when Mel Pearson hot Ihe puck into an open nel ifter Hershey goalie Claude Du oiir had been yanked in a last ditch gambleto tie Hie score Rochester Rallies Tti Win In Ihe Sunday night he Rochester Americans VKllied o nolcli their fifth wii inseven starts to grab a fourpoint lend n the AHL Western division They scored early on Red Armstrongs goal but Mike Nykoluk then knotted the count or the Hears in the same pe The Bears then edged into a 21 lead on Gary Doruhoefers unassisted tally early in middle stanza and that scon stood for nearly twenty utes Brian Conacher started the Rochester comeback with a re bound shot early in the closing chapter and Eddie Shacks blis tering 40fooler became the win ning goal later in the period The Bears lost goalie Claude Dufour midway through the first frame with an injury the right knee and Andre Gill took over for the remainder of Hie game Jaltirdayr GOAL Chadwick DEFENSE Jackson Cuslinian lafrfn iere ClHfvrirr FORWARDS Mflnyk Green Pearson Den Sulclitle Caron Ed wards Carter HERSHEY GOAL Dufour DEFENSE Keller Ms henryYonosik TUESDAY Only FORWARDS Nykotuk Ubriacu Conacher Rivers DeJurdy Sldnkiewlez Cliiw Giltierl Drarxr Rrltrte Sloan Linesmen Foreman Firsl Period Scoring 1 Green Ouelletlc None Saves Chadwick 17 Dufour Second Period Scoring Caron Melnyk Penalliis Keller Jackson Ls franlere Gilbert inaior Saves Qhaduvick Vi Dulour i Third Period Scoring 3 Hcrsliey Draper Slankiewic Mahnney 4 Buffalo Pearson Cushenan Hen allies Jackson Cushenan standout for the and Dave Padley Dan Chambers Larry Painter Grabusky and PeleGiraffa all turned in some noteworthy de fensive play for the Dutchmen in a losing cause LEBANON VALLEY ENDS D Padley Grabusky Palnttr Campbell GuntHer Helms Todd TACKLES Bullard Woodman shelt Giraffa Clumbers GUARDS Morse Anderson Timlin CENTERS Tulll Snell BACKS Vasjily P Padley Fasnachl Mowrer HawK Decker Mead Bollman Axman DICKINSON ENDS Rome Bierly Averhack Ehr llcfc TACKLES Butler OvercJish Morrissey GUARDS r Rhody Delmore Neotilere Tassie Klinser BACKS Jorws Lipinski Eithelberster Frry Phillips PodboyFord Kllpfllfick Cook Scorebv Perioifsr LebanonValley J Dlckinscn 10 7 0 370 VALLEY Touch down 19yard pass from zily points Alter TooclxJown P Padley lr mOC IN SON Scorlns Touchdowns Averbach 44yard pass from Wachter LipinskK 5yard Points Afer Touch Pine Grove Tops Trevorton In League Contest Pine Grove High brought ils Twin Valley Football Confer ence record to 430 on Satur day afternoon ly ricking up it 2H12 victory over Trrv or Ions Ked Devils in V game played in tlie Northumberland County community Coach Ron Rhens Crovers jumped Off o MII early leadand were they ac cnmiilateda 2112 advantage hy the balfway mark Bob Wolfe jiuVior fullbaek scored two of Ihe winners loiiclulowns while quarterback HOD Slupp and Jim Dauberl lialfbytk accoimied for the other sixpoinieis punt return to the visiling 42 The LVC senior tailback reeled down Frey Placertwnls Giwfs Frey 4yvrds Officials Referee Ed Um pire Henry Roselle Linesman Bill Pil chke Field Judse Joe Krall First Downs L 11 D 11 Passes Com pleted L12 D 6 Passes Attempted L W D 17 Passes Intercepted L 2 D 1 Penalties Inflicted L D 35 FumWes Lost L 1 D 4 Rivrrs Saves Chadwick 18 Dulour 10 Al lend ant 484 Sundayi Firsl PerloU I Knrhesler Arm Wallon 1 Hershey Nyko uk IDornhoeferUtiriaco Penailies Ashhee Yanoslk SUiDkow Boyer Second Period 3 Mershey Dorn loeler unassisted Penalties AshlJet Shack Draper Third Period 4 Rocliesler Cnmarli er 5 Rochester Shack Boyer Penalties None Baltimore Hands Elown Boolers First Defeat 31 Klizabelhlown Colleges UlRli flying sixtcer learn wenl down lo its first defeat of Ihe sea son at BaltimoreSaturday when they dropped a tl decision to Baltimore Uniwsily In a non conference contest The Bine Jays only goal came in first period when Bill Zimmerman took a pass from Don Sayer to gel the Jnys on the Scoreboard The Baltimore eleven scored single goals in each of the first second and fonrlh frames lo down Die Jays and post theii HELP TO ELECT G Decbert DEMOdATIC CWIBIDATE K V FOR Only Wftft Six Vwn comuuL ELCcnra MVLMUI t IKS The win enables firove to retain fourlh place in the nineschortl Twin Valley circuit behind Upper Dauphin 701 Malmhof Joint fi 01 and Mil lersburg Williams Val ley Trevorton Halifax TriValley Joint 160 and West Ierry 070 round out the current standings Jine irove with an overall log of campaign on Saturday afternoon ugainsl Williams Valley Iine Cirove W Quarters Grovt 714 B 7M Trevorloo t 6 0 01 PINE GROVE Scoring Touchdown Wolle 3 runback cl rr 4yaril Siupp Wytril runlurk of luriilr Polol Aller flupp 3 Irwn fiflh win in six starts Bill Mattnck tallied in the opening period and Tom Com gave Ihe Baltimore team the g ahead goul in second period Bob Cook added the final score for the winners in the fina quarter The Blue Jays had won eiRh straight decisions before Saturday afternoon Joel Chase had 24 saves fo the Blue Jays the busiest hi been all season TKEVORTON Smllli Collins passartdrun pUylrcrn Snyiior First Downs PG 6 T 3 At tpmptnl PG T17 PG 3 Tv3 PG 3 T B Ysrdi fcy Strlfnnww PG T GnWdhy PG 13 T PG 1 T i Fumhtes Sayer MarKows Stalllhli 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