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Lydell Mitchell Gets the TD
LYDELL MITCHELL, Nittany Lion halfback, waifs to
see if fhe referee will raise his hands, crediting the sopho
more with a touchdown. The ref soon did and the Lions
began the long road back from a 14*0 deficit to edge a
determined Syracuse team, 15*14. Mitchell carried 11 times
for 31 yards in the narrow win.
Penn State's defense-mind
ed soccer team found just
enough offense to do wn
George Washington last
Saturday, 1-0. Herb Schmidt's
hard-nosed booters got a third
period goal from Hick Allen
to win their second game in
Allen took a pass from
veteran Glenn Ditzler and
kicked the ball home for the
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money, even outside the big winner will receive a $lO prize,
business world. Gregg, a 9th Ass bonus is offered to anyone
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SnUtOUT Win Gap. Pa., is this week's winner ceeds will go to the United
in the Daily Collegian’s football i und.
onlv goal in the nigged battle contest, but he had to be pretty
at Washington, D.C. accurate to do it.
The lineups: He tied with Lewis Stranzl
Penn Slate Pos. G. Washington with a 27-5-1 record, and then
Mace g Hernandez won the tie breaker by picking
Sears LF Rosenblatt T ctt
Gnffm RF Rosenberg - Kentucky point
Phillips lh ogu spread exactly. A total of 11
Mesner ch Kitt persons followed closely on the
farmci ol "TrS heels of Gregg and Stranzl
Gatto IL Lspr.rta With 26-6-1.
Allen cf Kaplan Entries for this week’s con
sSSwn OR Marmon test must be taken to the HUB
Substitutions - Rymarczuk, Klim,
Score by quarters
Scoring summary: Allen (assisted by ss
Ditzler). 1 =
Officials: Sutherland, Durkan. f=
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Ben’s Cheap Shots Show Thin
Ben Schwartzwalder lost more than a football
game last Saturday—he lost his cool.. And in a big,
angry, cheap way.
Penn State whipped Schwartzwalder’s Syracuse
club m one of the most stirring comebacks in memory,
scoring 15 points m the final quarter to win by one
tally. A win like that is
always going to draw
some reaction from
the losing coach, but
Schwartzwalder went one
better. From his actions/
and statements of last
qualifies for the presi
dency of “The Bitter
Losers Club Central
New York Branch.”
Speaking al lhe fool- MCKEE
ball writers' luncheon at the New York University
Club, Schwartzwalder started with an indirect attack
on the officials implying that Penn State got the ad
vantage of a lot of calls. Then he got worse.
The Syracuse coach tried to excuse his tactics by
saying that he was only repeating questions asked by
his players after the game. He relayed such alleged
questions as “Why does it seemingly always happen
that three of the officials for our game with Penn
State come from Pennsylvania and there’s never a
New York official?” (Three of Saturday’s officials were
But Schwartzwalder couldn't stop there. He went
Gregg Wins Prediction Contest
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By DON McKEE
Collegian Sports Editor
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on to accuse Penn Stale coaches of cursing on the side
lines and he accused the officials of making an incorrect
call on specific plays.
He even went so far as to mention State’s offensive
captain, tackle Tom Jackson, by name and accused him
of illegally holding Syracuse middle guard Ray White,
“on almost every play.”
State head coach Joe Paterno issued a statement
Monday expressing disappointment at Schwartzwalder’s
attitude. He said in part, “it’s disappointing that a lead
ing member of our coaching profession would resort to
this type of attack after such a great game by two
But last night, when Paterno saw the full extent
of Schwartzwalder's remarks, he had more to say.
“Ben Schwartzwalder owes Tom Jackson an
apology," Paterno said, “and if we don't get one I'm
going to report him to the Ethics Committee of the
American Football Coaches Association.
“He has insulted a fine young man who played
a fine football game."
In response to Schwartzwalder’s accusation that
Penn State coaches, “ran up and down the sidelines
screaming and cursing.” Paterno said that he and de
fensive line coach Jim O’Hora were the only State
coaches on the sidelines.
“I’m not going to even waste time to dignify such
an accusation. You can just ask the officials if either
of us cursed.”
No official reported any such action on the part
of Penn State coaches, and the head official heard no
questions from Syracuse players.
Edward Myer. Haddonfield, N.J., was the referee
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(head official) for the game. ‘‘l heard nothing from any
player during the game,*’ Mycr said, “except when I
heard something when the interference call was made.
“I was late getting off the field after the game
and even then heard no complaints.”
Officials for the Penn Staie-Syracuse game were
assigned, as usual, by Asa Bushnell. commissioner of
ihe Eastern Collegiate Athletic Conference. George
Shiebler, Bushnell's assistant, said, "Assignment of of
ficials is definitely not made on a geographic basis,
He said that in 1968 and
1967 no Pennsylvanians
officiated the Penn State* 1'"" ~ ’ %r y- 1 ’*" 7 ”"
Syracuse game. State won K
both contests. B
So what Ben Sch- ®
wartzwalder was trying
to do last Monday was
use the news media to
pull a “psyche job” on his
beaten players. He has an
open date this week and
one of the best ways to
keep a team “up” for
two weeks is to tell them
that they’ve been robbed
of a win.
The Syracuse plavers
o BEN SCHWARTZWALDER
last Saturday it was of their dignity as playeis.
And the officials didn’t do the stealing their own
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