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Daily Gazette (Newspaper) - October 10, 1970, Xenia, Ohio 6 the Xenia daily Gazette saturday october 18, colonels nets Choice in East by Mike Recht associated press sports writer Indiana made the Eastern division race in the american basketball association a closed affair Las season but the departure of the pacers this year has thrown open the doors to the Kentucky colonels and the new York nets. Indiana has been moved to the West after finishing 14 games in front of Kentucky and then grabbing the Aba title and both the colonels and nets who finished fourth 20 lengths behind figure to be much improved. T the question is whether spar Kling Rookie Dan Issel and vet eran Forward Cincy Powell will make a bigger difference to the colonels than the additions of at the division title is the Virgin superstar Rick Barry and shrewd new coach Lou Carne Secca to the nets. Issel replacing traded Gene Moore at Center had a great Exia Squires who will have to make up for the loss of Barry and Armstrong and Ira Harge and Gary Bradds traded to Carolina. That leaves an almost Hibi Tion season As Kentucky s completely new lineup of out top draft Choice from the University of Kentucky. Powell 6 foot-7, brings a 20 Point a game average from Texas in the Trade for Moore. The backcourt is Well endowed with Darel Carrier and Louie Dampier who finished 1-2 Gars and the Pittsburgh con in three Point goals and com Dors. The floridians could be a bind for 49 Points a game last dark horse the cougars and season. Joining them will be 1969-70 Rookie of the year War Ren Armstrong acquired from Virginia. The nets of course landed Thoren Back from last season super scorer Barry who was after naw owner Ned Doyle dissatisfied with the move of the Washington franchise to Virginia. Although the nets still Lack the big rebounded up front bar by at least gives them More. Filled in while came Secca completed his obligation at St. John s University. The other team with a Chance standing Rookie Charlie Scott of North Carolina Aba jumper Ray Scott former All league Doug Moe and holdovers Larry Brown and Jim Eakins. In Back of them Are the new floridians the Carolina Cou a 15-Yard touchdown run by Lewis Hensley with 11 seconds Eft in the first period was nullified on a motion penalty and from that Point on it was a losing quarterback Herb Beck scored one touchdown and passed to Jeff Mason for a two Pointer and Rick Paxson danced 60 Yards on a partially locked punt return for Beavercreek laurels. Dick Coffey who must be a favorite passed to Tim Lipovsky for 27 condors will be fighting to avoid the cellar. Florida has Only two players and one starter Center skip cleaned House of the 23-61 club of 1969-70. Gone Are such stand outs As Don Freeman and Don sidle. Replacing them will be Larry Point punch. Hell team with ones Denver s great scoring backcourt scorer Levern tart a guard Mack Calvin and Tom Washington from Utah and 24.2 scorer. Rookie Jim Ard of Cincinnati could help on the boards. Carnesecca also promises to add More stability and savvy to the team which was coached last season by York Lares a who fans irked at Brown Cleveland Ohio a Paul Brown s desire to beat the Cleveland Browns sunday May be intensified by a cold recep Tion from Cleveland Jans when he Steps into municipal stadium for the first time in eight years the fired by owner Art Modell after the 1962 season leads his expansion Cincinnati bengals info the game memories of a 31-24 exhibition win Over Cleveland. The game was televised Back to Cleveland from Cincinnati however and Brown Drew the ire of Browns fans when the to cameras showed that lie did not meet Cleveland coach Blan Lon Collier after the game for a handshake. From Warren Davis from Pittsburgh. Carolina goes with Harge and Bradds along with Bob Verga a 27.5 scorer. Pittsburgh has a new coach in Lack Macmahon but the same old cast that finished with he addition of Simmie Hill from he floridians and top Rookie Trike Maloy of Davidson who Las been overweight and under in Pressie. Brown who forged Browns in 1946 and was Niclaus Trevino play Virginia water England a Jack Nicklaus was thinking about Lee Trevino to Day. was also playing him for the Piccadilly world match play Golf championship. The two americans advanced to the final with 35-Hole semifinal victories Friday Over the Par 74, Wenc Worthi course. Nicklaus the reigning British open Champion beat . Open Champ Tony Jacklin of England 5 and 4, while to Tell my settles tie question new York a the National hockey league will try a new Way of breaking end of season ties this year eliminating last year s controversial goal scoring system the nil Board of governors ruled wednesday that ties in the standings at the end of Hie regu action schedule would be settled in giving the advantage to the team with the greatest number of victories. If clubs have won the same number of games the Board ruled the tie will be broken by he highest number of Points earned among the competing earns in their own games Over the season. Should the tie still exist it Shen would be broken by the team with the Best record in its own division. Thrashed american Stockton 7 and 6. Dave fan fare adult rec programs begin mrs. Phyllis Schafer Xenia Parks and recreation director reminded today that the Winter recreational programs o r adults begins monday. On monday night at 7 o clock Here will be volleyball for men at Shawnee school gym a n c lie ladies slim antics class will be conducted at Central Junior High beginning at wednesday the Shawnee gym is open for fun night with fam ily hour from to and men Only from on. Jogging exercising and basketball Are the activities. On thursday at 7 . Volley Ball classes for men and women will be held at Central Junior High. Wayne upsets beavers in key Wol test 20-14 by Mike Ungard Gazette staff writer Beavercreek Paul Martin and his Beaver Creek beavers must some idea of How Gen. Custer Felt at the Battle of the Little big Horn. Warriors from the Wayne tribe massacred the beavers last night Ai Frank Zink Field 20-14. It was the first loss in five games for Beavercreek while Wayne is 3-2. F War is hell and last year a sneak air attack accounted for Wayne s 18-14 upset of the beavers. Last night Wayne s quarterback again passed in the final Quarter for the of deciding touchdown. The loss knocked the beavers out of first place in the Western Ohio period with a 15-yarder. V u 11 Back Arnie Jones possibly the Best two Way performer in the Western Ohio league scored the yardstick b w first Downs. 11 16 Yards Rushing 119 133 Yards passing 41 passes attempted 9 12 passes completed .-4 61 passes intercepted by 03 fumbles 4 0 4. 39 110 Yards in the second period and on a three Yard run. Salvatore Spalla who sounds like an italian opera Singer scored a two Pointer and made a Good villain in the Beaver Creek death scene. Sal was crushed on the open ing Kickoff return of the second half by Mike Sedlar of Beaver Creek. Yet he returned to the game and made a vital 10-Yan run on Wayne s 60-Yard drive for its second touchdown. also caught an important 17-Yard pass in Wayne s 78 fwd drive for the winning score. Martin fought they said i Wayne could Arth to he it at on Beck s our Yard score. The beavers had three 15 Ard penalties during the final minutes and Walhay s winning catch in the Corner of the end zone was perfect with Eft in the game. West intercepted a pass from Logan War the end of the game to Stop the last Beaver threat. Lewis Hensley rushed 65 Yards in 14 carries for the leavers followed by Brian Waltzer with 54 Yards in 10 Arries. Chuck Anderson had coach Paul Martin of Beavercreek confers with his quarterback Herb Beck in second period action against Wayne. Western Ohio league standings teams w Troy Xenia .3 Beavercreek .3 Wayne .3 Fairmont West .2 Springfield North .2 Fairborn Baker .1 Centerville .1 Stebbins .1 Fairmont East .0 league l pts. Of. 0 04 33 118 70 74 42 66 40 34 46 73 67 62 so 66 104 45 130 56 3fl season w l pcs. Of. 5 0 148 1 168 111 85 48 2 116 39 78 54 60 46 73 98 86 66 118 45 177 58 96 Timothy t wins futurity Lexington by. A Timothy t., deprived of Victory in the first heat when an Acci Dent ahead of him forced him to break stride captured the next two heats decisively to win the Kentucky futurity. The Victory Friday gave Timothy The third leg of trotting s triple Crown. Driver John Simpsonjr. Held the son of triple Crown Winner ares off the Pace in both of the Linal heats and made his move at the turn for Home. Timothy Hen sailed past the leaders turning in Good times 4-5 or the second mile and 2-5 for the third. High school Grid scores Western Ohio league Xenia 32, fal Horn Baker 12. Wayne 20, Beavercreek 14. Cd Iberville 32, Stebbins Springfield Orth 24, Fairmont East 20. Troy 12, Fairmont West Al. Dayton a Quilban Laoue Benbrook 42, Valley View 18. Jel Fonson 61, Xela Wilson 0. Dixie co twin Valley North 14, Carlisle 36, Preble Shawnee 0. Darby league Grcen Clew 14, Madison South 0. 28, Cert Arville 0. Southeastern 27, triad 6. The Plains 27. Jonanthan Alder 16. Ron Smith at Columbia new York City Ron Smith 5-10, 170 Pound quarterback began or action sept. 25 with the Columbia University freshman football team. is the son of or. And mrs William r. Smith or. Of 36 e. Adams St. In Jamestown and a 1970 graduate of Green View High school. Ron was instrumental in the rams 7-2 season last year and was honorable mention As an a1i-Dvl quarterback. Aba Aba Cage results exp Lillior by the associated press Fri Ray x Rei ulu Aba can Connill in. Chicago h 107, 108 Only Culet afia no questions football player new Jersey and time is called. Is the time out charged to team Dimaggio the wort Tat Tattmar be m Granmo. Who it i cont armm c b b d i t de with much of the defensive Success of notre Dame teams for ave eral years Uila now is a. Head coach at a Southern shool. d from South Bead and xxx jowl up runt Triy e Omant fam Othneil area Miamisburg a Park Kilts 6. Charni Nade 47. Columbus North 0. Peinl Valley 21. Easl Clinton o. Springfield Shawnee 46, Graham 0. Colonel White 12, Roosevelt 0. Brookville 13, Oakwood 12. Eaton 12, West Carrollton 3. North Mont 10, Vandalla Bulter 7. Trotwood 33, Northridge 16. West Muton 42, Tipp City 20. Northeastern 34, Northwestern 12. Marion local 21. Parkway 6. Waynesville -14. Ing 14. Sidney 4fl, Pellet Antalne s. Greenii Eville 21, Urbanna a Indian 27, West Liberty Salem 6. Sci Bienville 42. Dayton Roth m. West Tellerson 28, tears Valley a. Once Nnoli Mueiler 49. Cincinnati pit cell 18, shove the Ball Down our throats Ike they Howard Moe Ankney a for Mer Xenia in his fourth year As Wayne coach said after tire game we now have a goal if beating the one team Wayns is never beaten. That s Xenia next the beavers made enough mistakes to 1 o s e the game Wice. Chuck Anderson recovered a Wayne Fumble in the first period and Hensley seemed o score Only o have the pen Alty further hampered the ally further hampered t h beavers and then Coffey who played both ways intercepted the first of three Beaver passes Lipovsky scored with left in the first half and then Beavercreek marched 66 Yards with a key pass interception by Joe Casebere Good for a first Down at the Wayne four Yard line. With less than a min Ute in the halt Walhay another two Way standout intercepted a Beck end zone pass try. Brian Logan fumbled a punt try and the beavers were hurting in the Lafe stages of of third period until John Marsh got to a Steve Libert punt partially blocking it Rick Paxson covered it and romped 60 Yards in front of the pleased beavers Tor a store with left in the third period. Mason s Rcw lion tied it 8-8. Jones capped a 60 Yard March at for the second Wayne score on a three yarder but the beavers marched 61 Homecoming show tops at Beaver the Beavercreek and Wayne marching bands High lighted excellent half time shows at Frank Zink Field Belore the crowning of Cindy As j970 Beaver Creek Homecoming Queen. Wayne s Baad saluted the beatles Elmer Bernstein Burt bae Haraclio and Johann s. Bach and Tatien bandmaster Philip Workman s Beavercreek band directed by Bill Shoup a senior at bus performed up up and away while doing fancy swing Era marching r o u tines. The Beaver ettes guided by Brenda Gordon Captain and mrs. Gwendolyn Bailey adviser also entertained with their famed kick line Rou tines. Grid co captains Jim Pandzik and Mike Serrer presented the Queen s bouquet of roses after the 1969 Queen Hollis Ashworth crowned Cindy Rabe. An added attraction was the pregame Parade featuring outstanding floats from various class groups and organizations at Fie High school. It was the largest Parade Ever at a bus Home coming. Moto Cross scheduled Lynnville 0. More than a dozen of the top european Foto Cross Drivers will be on land for the inter am racing event to be held at Honda Hills i arc sunday oct. 18. Sportsman scrambles and Moto Cross instructions will be on saturday proceeding the biggest motorcycle racing show Ever hold in Ohio the course is located 30 Miles East of Columbus on 1-70. Coach blasts nil penalty a the in toned football league s encroachment Rule is unfair a hell and should be amende during kicking situations say Cadi Norm Van Brocklin Hie Atlanta Falcons. Van Brocklin said the intent of the ruling was to Kee some helpless quarterback from getting clobbered by a Lini under the Rule the d tense Lias no option. Jefferson bomb cadets to Fumble recoveries for he Deavors. Jones rushed 51 Yards in 13 Ries and Coffey hit six of 12 Moses for 91 Yards and two cores. Ankney was concerned bout the breakdown in his team s punting game but has to be Happy about. As Moe left the Field he was greeted by his father Ben Mother Jane and brother or Don. It was an Ankney ight. Ben the former Xenia High coach said this is too lard on the summaries Beaver Creek e n a Jordan oae Ebere Brumley Freese sweat Sedlar tackles Saguier Joe vols Man Nier guard j. Pandzik. Britton Noble centers Koog Ler. To Fatah Fleshman Beck Bah War Hensley scorer Mason. Logan Anderson Rudy Pendleton Marsh Paxson. Wayne ends a Walhay 0 t n e r. Lipovsky Fielding Dieckhoff h n h a guards a Elk. Hitches Bohsancurt Center backs Cohey Jones Spalla. Stafford West s. Ubert sullies. By quarters Beavercreek 008 080 Wayne Lipovsky 27 Yard pass from Pat spa a Beavercreek Paxson 60. Yard punt Pat Mason pass from Wayne Jones three Yard Beavercreek Beck f o u r Yard Wayne Walhay 15 Yard pass from Nauty Jane goes Lebanon Nauty Jane riven by Paul Ford of Washngton c. H., won the open Ace at Lebanon raceway Fri a night in for the fast St Lime of Hie fall meeting. Eddie Dewine of Xenia was kith in the sixth race with oily Dagmar. Pat Campana o tenia was fourth in the fifth Ace with Over dream. Keith e. Wisecup drives Roy 1 flush and Paul Ltd Amoco has lonesome Pete in the sixth Ace tonight and Linda Moo has Queen Molly in the Sev Orville Arnett has Willi night and Jim Williamson o am Slown has miss Noname n the tenth. Summaries 1. Hey Roger Carr 28.00. 20.80. 5.60 Nohle fury Crowe 7.20, 4.20 Bobby Baron Woods 4.80 2. To Molly Myers 7.00, s.40. 3.00 polls Pride Sal Tarth Walt 2.bo h d s into Stults daily rouble 14-4 Enid Alft to. 3. Edge Roberts 10- 20, s.20. 4.40 Vancy s Best Louiso 7.ro. 4.00 Royal Sand Piper 5.80 4. James e. Morgan 4.20. 3. 80, 300 dutch. Creed Arnold 3.20 m i t z i rambler Lono 8.60 5. Dan Frisco Carey 6.20. 5. 20, 4.40 Shane Hoell Tav Lort 3.60 Kepper s Wanda k. Creamer or 3.80 0. Prime Bloom Farring Trai 4.00, 3.40. 2.bo a dried a Spenso cot is . 3.00 truly grateful Harry 2.80 7. Dave Blarr Orphal 3.40. 3.00, 2.co Virgil con Over 3.f10 Stiar Iodate dragon i lodgers 4.20 b. Nanty Jane Ford 7.60, 5.40, 4.80 dark diver Farring Ion 3-.60. 3.20 Cheskie Vic Crowe 5.20 2.-iis. 9 Marvalo Sanders 32.00, 12.20. 4.40 tee Irene Thomas 3.10. 3.00 Gray e dream Jones 3.80 10. Harmony chips Long 11. 40, 5.60. 5.20 Glorias Choice 4.40, 4.60 jimmys girl Morgan mul Al handle sports pages 6-7 Jefferson twp. Just Ike All the rest of its Dayton suburban league games this All the Jefferson Broncos had another Laugher Friday night As they destroyed Xenia Wilson 61-0 at Home. The Broncos scored with ease every time they had the Lall and did t Fumble in run Ning their record to 4-0 in Del Lay and 4-1 Overall. Wilson is now 1-4 and 0-4 in league play. Jefferson kept its shutout string of four games intact when Wilson s Ernie Sheeler iad a 47-Yard touchdown called Lack in the fourth period on a clipping penalty. The cadets Lave yet to score in Del play. Walt Wingard was a real error for the Jeff s gaining 213 Yards on the ground in three periods. also scored four Nuch Downs. The cadets called on Sheeler and Kevin Lattner to carry the Ball most of the night but did t generate much of an of the yardstick jew Downs 10 3 Yards Rushing 313 38 Yards passing 48 19 asses attempted 6 13 asses completed 2 4 passes intercepted by 01 tumbles 3 5 Umbles lost 2 1 units 0 7 Yards per punt 0 17 Yards penalized 85 30 Mclain sent to Washington Cincinnati and team. Summaries Wilson ends j. Koskul Richberg Hoe tackles b. Goody Cox guards r. Price Kuntz Paulyk Krueger. B. Thomas Center j. Goody backs b i a n t o a Brinson. Hryonak Lattner Sheeler Smith. D. Thomas. Jefferson ends Pullen. Shyne tackles Mayo Hau guards line Sci Gilbert Cen ter Allamby backs gee Harrison Aub Rey. Wingard. By Jefferson 21 Al 19 Wilson 000 0 Jefferson Aubrey 7-ya.rd Pat grooms Jefferson Aubry 32-Yftrd Pat grooms Jefferson Wingard 26-Yard Pat grooms Jefferson Shyne 27-Yard pass from Pat grooms Jefferson Wingard 44-Yard Pat grooms Jefferson Wingard 36-Yard Pat grooms Jefferson grooms 37-Yard Pat grooms Jefferson Wingard 25-Yard Jefferson gee 7 Yard hold class for Hunters for Young Hunters Ages 10-15, who plan to participate in the special Early Upland game sea son on Ohio wildlife areas on oct. 31 or nov. 7, a Hunter safety class is being held this sunday at the Greene county fish and game association on Union re. Hunters must have attended a safety course of this nature before being allowed to Hunt. The Only other scheduled classes will be held in Hamilton county and Preble county later in Hie month. 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