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11 Nov 1972

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11 Nov 1972

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Pittsburgh North Hills News Record (Newspaper) - November 11, 1972, Pittsburgh, PennsylvaniaTiger Fie volleyball champs the kind of action that won the Section championship for the North Allegheny girls volleyball team. Pictured in an inter squad practice session last week Are Jeanne Farinelli 31 and Karen Roy 25 on the left Side of the net Val Fawcett 40 and Betty Young 52 on the right. Tiger ettes win Section Crown the North Allegheny girls volleyball team closed its season last thursday undefeated with a 10-0 record for both varsity and Junior varsity. The Victory gave the Tiger ettes the championship title in Section 4 of the Wygal Opial. Other teams in Section 4 Are North Hills Knoch Hampton Richland and Deer lakes. Miss Lin Faranello has coached the Tiger ettes to their winning season. Consistent serving by Betsy Young. Karen Roy and sue Fagan the Jav Captain and the sets and spikes of Jeanne Faranello sue Murray Val Fawcett and Jackie diesel the varsity Captain have led the team. Playing As a together team has made them the undefeated. The girls were scheduled to scrimmage against the Pitt volleyball team at Pitt tuesday. Then a on to Section playoffs. A y swimmers place in aau 6 a meet the North Hills y Fco pm team was among 20 teams participating in an aau developmental a meet last weekend. The meet a sponsored by the Bethel Park Wim club and the Young men and women a hebrew association at their respective pools. Winners from North Hills y included girls a and under 25-backstroke a 1 Chris Zeleski 4. Amy Beth Walters. 50-freestyle a i Chris Zeleski. 25 Breas Troke a 1. Lisa Lamarrc. 25-freestyle a 3. Chris Zeleski 6. Michele Mathis. 25-Butterfly a 3. Chris Zeleski. 100-individual Medley a 5. Chris Zeleski. 100-Medley relay a 1. Chris Zeleski Lisa Lamark Gretchen Moran and Sara Durstein 3. Laurie Bria Michele Mathis Amy Beth Walters and Cindy Connell. 100-free relay a 1. Sara Durstein Michele Mathis. Gretchen Moran. Chris Zeleski 4. Kim Mathis Andrea King. Lisa Lamark. Amy Beth Walters. Girls 9-ii 50-Freestylgj 4. Leslie Nyswander. 200-free redly a 1. Jolly Dale Laura Barber Stephanie King and Leslie Nyswander. Girls 11-12 50-Butterfly a 5. Beth Moran boys 8 and under 25-freestyle 6 Jim Fedako. Boys 9-18 50-freestyle a 5, John Smith. 50-Butterfly a 3. John Smith. Boys 11-12 50-freestyle a 3. Dave Faller. 50-breaststroke a 3 Gary Gustav Faller. 200-free relay a 6. Jerry Zeleski. Gary Gustavson Dave Katz Dave Faller. Boys 13-14 100-freestyle a 4. Rob Hanlon. 100-backstroke a 3. Rob Hanlon. 100-Butterfly a 2. Rob Hanlon. 200-individual Medley a 4. Rob Hanlon. 100-breaststroke a 1. Chuck Gilbert. 200-Medley relay a 2. Dan Foley Rob Hanlon Chuck Gilbert Ray Gilbert. Boys 15-17 50-freestyle a 3. Rick Durstein and Casey Campbell tie. 100-freestyle a 2. Casey Campbell. 100-Butterfly a 2. Rick Durstein. 200-free relay a 4. Jim Luchene Andy Mccafferty. Rick Durstein Casey Campbell. North Boros football league Rimini a Mauri treaties w l t w Green tree �00 no i cowboys t while Oak s t 0 Avak 0 no som toys 4 10 a von Worth 0 Bellevue 3 10 division Champ a Monroeville no ice ten Bellevue Gree tree Avalon mites w Hite Oak Penn Bills Avon Worth no i cowboys a division Champion son. 100-breaststroke a 6 Gary Gustav son. 200-Medley relay a 6 Jerry Zeleski. Gary Gustavson. Dave Katz and Dave Sparky the cat the electric Sparks from a cats body when the fur is under friction Are probably caused by the Peculiar dryness of the hair which is free from the oily substances common to the Coats of animals. Coach Bradley a Story continues one Day two years ago while entertaining Feather merchants in a game of hide and seek in the catacombs of the Avalon elementary school 1 came upon a Dusty Book Small by measurement being Only 4 by 6 inches. It was lodged Between two Granite blocks where the mortar had fallen into decay. The title was simply a myths of ancient i put the Book into my pocket continued to be amazed with the munchkins and at the end of the morning sat Down with a Bologna Sandwich and my Dusty treasure. At this Point let me digress. There was an exotic fragrance about the Book a perhaps the fragrance of crushed Olive leaves but that is of no matter. The Book contained the stories we have heard before a of zeus the fiery Chariot and the mighty one chained to the Mountain. But there was one chapter that puzzled me. The chapter was titled in Large spectrum tint feeling incomplete in my knowledge of the myths i began to read. The following is an approximation of the account in the Book from above the heavens came a Golden Streak when the morning stilled against the Dew on the Eastern Hill. An Echo came from deep within the bowels of the Earth or from the heavens a a. Waa the cry resounded both melancholy and Majestic. Zeus heard the cry and saw the Flash grow Bright until upon his shoulder this most unusual Bird settled and immediately a Rainbow formed about the head of zeus. Alt that Day zeus sat amid the playoff football the football season has now boiled Down to the playoffs in the City league. Opial and the air. The air has created the most confusion. After Hampton Defeated Riverview last Friday evening 14-0, the Talbot had a 8-2-1 record. Deer lakes and Knoch played saturday afternoon to a 8-6 tie giving the lancers a 5-2-2 record. The lancers had tied Apollo Ridge by an identical score in the opening game of the season. Sunday Hampton coach Gerry Isenberg was notified by air officials that Hampton had won the championship of the Southern division of the air and would meet Leechburg in a playoff Friday evening. Leechburg finished behind Freeport in the Northern Section but undefeated Freeport was going on to Opial playoffs so Leechburg moved into the air playoffs. Monday the Hampton team practice against the Leechburg offensive plays. Hampton Defeated Leechburg 14-0, in the regular season. Monday evening the air committee and coaches met to decide playoff details. The decision was made whether Hampton or Leechburg would be the Home team in the game at Kittanning High Field. The Exchange of tickets for Sale at the schools for the game was settled. Then just As the meeting was about to break up someone questioned the method used for years to determine Section champions. So the group sat Down again and using a modified Gardner Point system began to prefigure standings. And. To. Deer lakes and Hampton were exactly tied in Gardner Points using ties correctly. So the whole season for both teams traditional games close out season the Bellevue and Avalon 110-Pound midget football teams met last saturday in a final game of the season that was t decided until the last 30 seconds. Bellevue managed to score the Only to of the game in those waning seconds and gain a 8-0 Victory. The game was strictly a defensive one through the first three quarters a pass interception by Jim Stebler and two Fumble recoveries by Jim Sporrer aided by plays by Hurley. Mike Shannon. Zack Haddad and Diemert. Held Avalon in Check. In the fourth Quarter fighting the clock i Bellevue took Over on its own 45. A pass from Jackson to Jim Shannon was Good for 23. Jackson passed to Greer for 8 More. Than a few plays later with 30 seconds left Jackson ran the last 8 Yards. The try for extra Points was no Good. The 90-Pound teams met after the bigger teams and it looked like an instant replay. Bellevue won again by the same score. On the Kickoff to Avalon. Doug Duffy hit the return Man with a tackle that caused a Fumble which Cotton recovered Oliver and Mazzarese also recovered fumbles. Rich Zack Carr Blackburn Negrich. Voltz and Bill Stebler played great defensive Ball for Bellevue. A 33-Yard run by Rich Bauer. 27 and 23 Yards runs by Mazzarese helped set up the Only to for Bellevue. Kevin Meyer quarterback ran the Ball in from the 8. Bellevue Colts fans will Honor the players and coaching staff at a banquet sunday nov. 19, at 6 . At islam Grotto 725 Allegheny ave. North Side cowboys meet the Blue and White 110-Pound teams of the North Allegheny cowboys met in the traditional season finale a Traynor Field last saturday. In a Well played hard fought game. Blue Defeated White. 20-0. In the opening moments Steve Farringer scored on a 55-Yard run from scrimmage. In the second period Greg Garrity scored on a 15-Yard run and Tim Roos went Over for the two Point conversion. Garrity did it again with a 50-Yard scamper for the final to in the last Quarter. Defensive play was sparked by Roy Mitchell and Dave House who recovered White fumbles. Marty Wrigley had a pass interception for White. Blue finished the season with a 8-1 record head coaches Ralph Brierl for Blue Bill Wilson for White Billy Baun for Little Blue and Dave Graf for Little White and their assistants have fielded four Well coached Well disciplined representative teams this year. A Cowboy All Star to Pound team composed of boys fron Blue and White will play a bowl game with the Blacl mites of Monroeville. The mites Are reputed to be the Best in their weight class in this area. The game will be played at Monroeville Junior High school Field saturday nov. 18, at 1 . Northgate state champs Northgate harriers admiring individual trophies while they wait for state championship trophy to arrive. The eight Northgate runners participated As a Bellevue Section team and two Independent Avalon runners who finished in the first 10 of the Opial class b match. In the group Are Dave Rieg 15, left top Row Dave Nelson 15, Ron Rahall 14, John Manzella 17, All of Bellevue Section and Kim Burke 17, Avalon Bottom Row Tim Chlasta 17, John Bloomer 16, of Bellevue and Jim Morgan 16, of Avalon Section. Larry Rahall 17, is also a member of the championship Bellevue Section. Rainbow. The universe was still the sea and Earth at rest. Zeus however grew restless and Shook the Bird from his shoulder that evening. The Bird flew into the heavens the Light playing Blue on its powerful wings. Quickly the Bird became a speck of paint in the sky while the Rainbow around zeus began to Bend to be pulled into the Clouds a string of colors behind the Gwak until at last there fell a darkness around the universe. To this Day there has not appeared from above this strange Bird spectrum feathered. But some Day it will appear in the Golden morning or blazing red of afternoon or perhaps in purple evening plumage and to this future time or place will be opened the secrets of Graceful Power strength with dignity. Crowns Are on line hinged on the 2-Point safety that Deer lakes was Able to score in a 2-0 Victory Over Hampton in the regular season. And Deer lakes was declared the Winner of the Southern Section. Meanwhile the City and Opial playoffs were continuing As scheduled. In the City league Allegheny Carrick and Allderdice were in a three Way tie for first place. Using a Gardner system Allderdice with the highest number of Points was Given a Bye. Carrick and Allegheny were scheduled to play thursday morning at three Rivers stadium. Winner of that game will meet Allderdice for the City championship at noon saturday nov. 18, in three Rivers stadium. None of the greater North Hills teams Are involved in Opial playoffs. Midland which Defeated Bellevue in the Battle of the undefeated will play Chartiers Houston for the class b title at 1 30 . Today on the Montour Field. In class a a first round games were played last night Between Peters township and Beaver Albert Gallatin and Washington. Winner of the latter game will meet Freeport which Drew a first round Bye Friday nov. 17, at 7 30p.m. A Norwin. The Winner of that second round game will play the Winner of the Peters Beaver game for the championship at 11 . Saturday. Nov. 25, at Pitt stadium. Class a a is More complicated. Beaver Falls and Hopewell were scheduled last night in the final game of the season. The schedule for playoff games will depend on who won that game last night. If Beaver Falls won Beaver Falls will play Gateway next Friday at 5 . At three Rivers stadium and Jeannette will meet Kiski area at the same location at 8 the same night. Monessen. Which will have a first round Bye will then meet the Kiski Jeannette Winner saturday nov. 25, at 1 30 . At Pitt stadium. The title game Between the Winner of the Gateway Beaver Falls game and the Kiski Jeannette Monessen Winner will be played saturday dec. 2, at 1 30 . At Pitt stadium. However if Hopewell eliminated Beaver fails last night a then Jeannette will play Monessen next Friday at 5 30 in three Rivers and Gateway will meet Kiski area at 8 . The title game Between the winners of those games will be held saturday nov. 25, at 1 30 in Pitt stadium. Sideline Sam suffers Complete breakdown it Isnit very often that we have to apologize for this is one of those rare instances. The poor old boy just blew his transistors trying to figure out How the decision was made Between Hampton and Deer lakes for the Southern division air championship. He alternated Between sorrow for the Talbot and Joy for the lancers until his system got completely reversed and All we could get out of him was the 99-verse poem a curfew shall not ring now that had to be programmed during a previous ownership it we did get the mechanical monster second hand then too we used him rather hard on election night and so he got behind in his regular duties and that put extra Strain on his nodules and noodles. At least he tells us that a what they at any rate we be had to Send his main parts to Washington d.c., and Are advised that he will not be Back in action for two weeks. At that time hopefully we will be Able to turn out the statistics about the football season Sam always provides at the end of the season. At this Point. Bradley said the writing became too faint to read except for a few scattered words in a few lines of verse ending a the Gwak returns a this Story is certainly incomplete. The my jury remains. A later that week the fateful a myths of ancient Greece week we took the Avalon playground youngsters to the Avalon Park for a nature walk. A the Sun slanted through the Trees and we listened for the morning sounds to my amazement we heard the faint cry Gwak. A imagine my astonishment i can Tell you no More. There is a Rumor vague whisperings. A number of Avalon children will testify that they saw High in a tree at the Park a Bird which the kids describe As Bradley is the first to admit that most readers will not believe this Story team victorious a i wish i had that Dusty Book in which i read Gwak. Then i could substantiate my Story. However mysteriously that Book has disappeared from my top left desk drawer. There remains though a fint scent of crushed Olive leaves. A Bradley Points out that since Northgate has taken this Bird As its Symbol the team has not lost a match a two years of Rainbow glory. A do you wonder if the gods on mount Olympus sent the Rains which washed out our meet with North Allegheny is it possible that the mighty ones decided that another clash of titans was not Good for the serenity on the Mountain a Bradley claims that there is not the thickness of a Sheet of paper Between the reality and the fiction in this Story. And the facts remain. Because Bellevue and Avalon although one Northgate District have separate football and basketball teams in the Opial the District cannot enter a merged Cross country team in Opial Competition. So coach Bradley separated his Northgate team into a Bellevue and an Avalon Section and entered both in Opial finals. The Bellevue Section came in first a Avalon Section fourth. And then in the state finals the Bellevue Section tied for first place with Annville Cleona a school near Harrisburg. Unfortunately not anticipating such a conclusion. I a a had just one first place trophy. In a flip of a Coin to decide who took the trophy Home and who waited for a duplicate. Coach Bradley called he lost that a something his team has t done since the arrival of the Gwak. Now paint average room Wall a ceiun0 Ion a Phokim 231-4234 see Quot the Butler aviation co for a fast reliable air taxi charter service a connecting flights to greater Pittsburgh Airport a Complete flight training a aircraft sales amp service Butler Graham Airport phone s86-2soo 20�? saturday sunday nov. 11 -12, 1972�?news record believes in it the Gwak exists ask any member of the Northgate Cross country team and he will Tell you so. Members of the Bellevue Section of the team who tied for first place in the state championships last week Are the Gwak a most avid supporters. What a a Gwak you wont find it in the dictionary or in any current books on mythology. Northgate coach Chuck Bradley is the Only source extant that it Ever existed. In old Book Northgate team firmly 1 f

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