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l&—The Daily Collegian Friday, Oct. 9, 1981
When a team is on top, people are
hungry to take that luxury away.
And that is what women's volleyball
coach Russ Rose doesn't want•to happen
tonight and tomorrow at the Princeton
International Invitational. The Lady Li-.
ons are the big honchd.s . in the East, and
Rose hopes to hold on to.that honor there.
"Personally, I think we are going to
win," Rose said. "But winning is not
based on what I say, but how the girls
"If the girls think they are going to
walk through the tournament, well, I
tend to differ. Everyone gets up for Penn
State we are the team to beat."
The 15-team tournament will feature
two teams from Canada McMaster
and Queens Universities and Florida
International, in addition to the predomi
nantly Eastern lineup of teams including
Georgetown, Temple and Rutgers.
The Lady Lions will start working
toward tomorrow night's•"championship
finals by battling Hofstra and Delaware
lit 6 and 9 tonight, respectively. Penn
State will then go against Queens at 10:30
.tomorrow morning and Maryland at 1:30
:tomorrow afternoon before entering the
playoffs at 4:30 p.m.
Even though they are playing teams of
lesser caliber compared to last week
end's matches with Southwest Missouri,
tklahoma and Nebraska, Rose-said the
lady Lions cannot take things too lightly.
.~: "We still have to go in there with the
same attitude as we did last weekend,"
Rose said. "We have to go in and play
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hard. You never know what might hap
pen if we don't play well.
"And you don't look for excuses you
either play well or you don't. It's that
simple. We could easily go in there and
destroy teams. I hope we do."
—by Pete Waldron
The ice hockey team opens its exhibi
tion season 7:30 Sunday evening at the
Hersheypark Arena against the Hershey
But the Lions learned yesterday they
will be without the services of junior
center Glen DeStefano for an undeter
mined amount of time. Doctors confirm
ed that DeStefano tore a ligament in his
right knee in a collision during practice
last Tuesday and will be out 6-8 weeks
plus a rehabilitation period.
Chances are DeStefano won't see ac
tion again this season.
• Replacing DeStefano will be junior
Wayne Powers, who played junior varsi
ty last year.
According to tri-captain Joe Battista,
first-year coach John Shellington is read
ying the team for the season.
"Coach Shellington's done a good job,"
Battista said. "He's drilled us into the
ice, so we should be in better shape than
Penn State's other captains are senior
Randy Fardelmann and sophomore Brad
Battista is optimistic about the team's
"There's a good feeling in the locker
room," he said. "The team has more
potential than ever it's just a matter of
putting it together by game time."
Next weekend the team hosts the Ju
nior Penguins for two games, and on Oct.
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Lady Lion tennis
The women's tennis team is in Wash
ington, D.C., this•weekend for the Tennis
The Lady Lions, who will be led by
Carol Daniels and Linda Learmonth in
singles, should battle William & Mary for
the tourney crown. The Indians snatched
second place from Penn State last week
at the Eastern Intercollegiate tourna
ment, as Penn State finished third and
Other Lady Lions playing singles this
weekend are Sue Whiteside and Bessie
Paragas, while the doubles teams will be
Liz Campbell-Susan Dißiase and Donna
The baseball team, rained out of its
final home game of the season Wedne
sday, returns to action Sunday.
The Lions will take the field at Lock
Haven for a 1:00 p.m. double-header.
Lady bOoters on road
The nen's soccer team, 3-3-0, will
travel to i4ew York this weekend to play
St. John Fisher tomorrow and Rochester
Rochester is ranked sixth in this
week's Mid-Atlantic Women's Intercolle
giate Soccer Association poll, while St.
John Fisher: is not ranked in the top 10.
Penn State is fourth in the same poll,
falling from second after its losses to
No.l Cortland and N0.2-ranked Hartwick
Lax alumni return
Imagine what a football alumni game
for 109 years of
would be like
Can you picture guys like Franco Har
ris, John Cappelletti and-Jack Hain
turning to go against the ebrierit den of
Well, this homecoming weekend will
not feature an alumni football game, as
great as it sounds. But there will be an
alumni game. The men's lacrosse team
will meet a group of former Penn State
stars at 11 a.m. Sunday at Pollock Field.
"It's a chance for the alumni to come
back and play competitive lacrosse
again," Penn State coach Glenn Thiel
said. "Neither side will be playing like
it's for the national championship. But
it's always a respectable game."
Some of the big names in men's la
crosse will be returning for the contest
names like Richie Caravella, Keith Mc-
Guire and Jack Berry, • who were to
men's lacrosse what Clark, Millen and
Fusina were to Penn State football in the
Also playing on the alumni'side will be
Paul Sullivan, John Farrell and Kevin
Curran, who were part of last year's 9-2
team which finished 12th in the nation.
The current Lions will be led by co
captains Billy Turri, Joe Guterding and
Ken Panzer. For the Lions, the game will
serve as a tuneup for the Penn State
Invitational tournament next week.
"The tournament is what we've been
gearing for," Thiel said. "It will give us a
chance to see what we've really got."
—by Keith Grolier
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There aren't many teams in =the
country that could lose five fumbles
against Southern California and still
take the No.l-ranked Trojans to the
final two seconds before losing.
Or lose the football five more
times against nationally-ranked
lowa State and still come away with
Not only did Oklahoma do that, but
the 1-1-1, 10th-ranked Sooners are 3-
point favorites over the 3-0-0, third
ranked Texas Longhorns for tomor
row's nationally-televised Red River
The series began in 1900 but has
been played in Dallas since 1929. ,
Of Division I-A football teams,
Oklahoma ranks last in turnover
margin. The Sooners have turned
over the ball 14 times while forcing
only two turnovers.
Last year's clash, a 20-13 triumph
for Texas, produced 14 giveaways,.
eight by Oklahoma, six by the Long
So from the same corner that gave
you Northwestern (0) over lowa (64)
last week, the pick is. . .oklahoma
The second Upset Special, howev
er, Yale over Navy, did come
through, and the week's score was 49
right, 14 wrong and a tie for a .778
percentage. For the season, it's 218-
Against the spread, the score was
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18-14—.563, making it 70-67—.511 for
the year. .
Arizona at Southern California
(favored by 21): Marcus Allen, who
set two national rushing records last
week, goes after his fifth consec
utive 200-yard game. . :Southern Cal
Boston College at Penn State
(202): It's homecoming in. the Nit
tany Valley, and the old grads will
like what they see... Penn State 31-
Pitt (6 1 / 2 ) at West Virginia: The
two • best quarterbacks in the East
(Pitt's Dan Marino, the Mountain
eers' Oliver. Luck) square off in this
brawl between undefeated neigh
bors. Marino suffered a mild shoul
der strain last week aria is listed as
questionable. . .Pitt 27-17.
Wake Forest at North Carolina
(20 1 / 2 ): The Tar Heels must do it
without Kelvin Bryant, perhaps for
the rest of the season. . .North Caro
Michigan (18) at Michigan State:
Bo Schembechler didn't like the
Indiana game (38-17) because there
was too much offense. The Wolver
ines are "still not playing defense
the way I want it to • be," he said.
•Until now,'that is. . .Michigan 35-3.
Southern Mississippi at Alabama
(no line): 'Bama ended Southern's
unbeaten dreams last year 42-7.
Even with the loss of injured quar
terback Ken Coley, history will re
peat. . .Alabama 24-10. -
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Carter homers Expos over Phils
MONTREAL (AP) Gary Carter's two-run homer in
the third inning triggered the Montreal Expos to a 3-1
victory over the Philadelphia Phillies last night and
gave them a 2-0 lead in their best-of-five series for the
NL East Division title.
The teams left this chilly city after the game for
Philadelphia, where the defending World Series cham
pions will send right-hander Larry Christenson against
Ray Burris today in an effort to prevent elimination.
Right-hander Bill Gullickson blanked the Phillies on
three hits through the first seven innings and was
credited with the victory, although he needed help the
last two innings from reliever Jeff Reardon.
Trailing 3-0, the Phillies rallied with two outs in the
Lonnie Smith, who has at least one hit in 25 straight
Harriers travel to Paul Short Invitations
By TONY SMITH
Daily Collegian Sports Writer
Despite the men's cross country tea
m's relatively easy victory last week at
the Penn State Open, coach Harry
Groves sees some stiffer tests in the
One of those tests might be taken at 11
a.m. tomorrow, when the Lions compete
in the Paul Short Invitational at Bethle
It is a test the Lions are expected to
pass, if one judges by rankings alone.
The Lions are ranked eighth in the coun
try by Harrier Magazine.
Consequently (barring the acceptance
of late entries by other teams), they are
the highest-ranked team in tomorrow's
race, since the only other rated team
participating will be Villanova (20th).
Groves, however, suggested that one
should not overrate the accuracy of the
rating system at the beginning of the
"You can't get carried away with the
rankings this time of year," Groves said.
"They're so damn iffy. You can't really
tell how good anybody is, with the excep
tion of teams like UTEP (University of
Texas at El Paso, the defending national
Groves explained that at the beginning
of the season, and at two-week intervals
the rest of the way, Harrier Magazine
prints its top 20 collegiate cross country
teams. The voting at the beginning of the
season is rather speculative and based on
the results at last year's nationals.
Still, the Lions are coming off of an
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games, doubled into center field and came home on .a
single by Pete Rose.
Bake Mcßride, who had snapped an 0-for-20 slump
with a first-inning single, then doubled into the right
field corner, with Smith stopping at third. At that point,
Montreal manager Jim Fanning brought in Reardon,
who intentionally walked Mike Schmidt to load the
Reardon, who had allowed four earned runs in his last
35 2-3 innings, worked a 3-2 count on Gary Matthews and
then retired the outfielder on a foul pop behind first base MILWAUKEE (AP) Lou Piniella lined a fourth
to Warren Cromartie to end the inning. inning homer and Reggie Jackson added a two-run blast
The Expos took a 1-0 lead on an unearned run off in the ninth, leading New York to a 3-0 victory over the
Phillies starter Dick Ruthven in the second, to the Milwaukee Brewers yesterday as the Yankees took a 2-0
delight of a crowd of 45,896 who turned out on a night in lead in the American League East Division
which the temperature dropped into the upper 30s. championship series.
impressive showing last Saturday. Their
team score was 40 points, as compared to
133 for the , second-place team (Greater
Rochester Track Club). Lions Alan
Scharsu, Jeff Adkins, Dwight Stephens
and Gary Black all placed in the top 10.
Fairleigh Dickinson, a team expected
to give the Lions trouble, tied for a
distant third (154). Fairleigh Dickinson
will also be competing at Bethlehem.
Another easy victory tomorrow, per
haps? Groves implied that a win for the
Lions was possible but that an easy win
was unlikely, largely due to the presence
Lady Lions meet rival Maryland at invite
By CLINT LOPER
Daily Collegian Sports Writer
While the majority of the Penn State student body is drinking,
mingling with alumni, wreaking havoc on Beaver Stadium and
generally enjoying tomorrow's Homecoming festivities, the
women's cross country team will be in Bethlehem for its third
stop on a four-city tour.
The team's travels have taken it to such exotic places as
College Park, Md., and Charlottesville, Va. In eight days, the
Lady Lions will be appearing at Bucknell. And tomorrow the
Lady Lions have a starring role - in the Paul Short Invitational at
Archrival Maryland will be among Penn State's seven
opponents and should provide the Lady Lions with their best
competition. Penn State edged the Terrapins two weeks ago,
but in that meet, Maryland,-was without its best runner, Jean
Bad news for Penn State: Whiston's probably back.
"We'll have our hands full with Maryland," Penn State coach
Gary Schwartz said.
of the Villanova Wildcats
"I think Villanova will be a surprise to
a lot of teams out there," Groves said.
"They really don't have any heavy upf
ront runners, but they have a group of
high-quality runners who possess the
capability of scoring in bunches."
Among those runners include Ross
Donoghue and Kevin Dillon. Groves said
Donoghue and Dillon are probably the
two top runners for the Wildcats, al
though he put more emphasis on team
depth than on individual stars.
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Ruthven lasted only four innings, giving up three hits
and three runs, two of them earned. He was relieved by
Warren Brusstar, Sparky Lyle and Tug McGraw, who
kept the Expos in check the rest of the way.
The Phillies have now lost seven straight games at
Yanks 3, Brewers 0
The only other team that could make life tough for the Lady
Lions tomorrow is Rutgers. As a team, it's not that great, but it
does have one runner, Nancy Seeger, who's very good.
Seeger finished second at the Lady Lion Invitational earlier
this year, defeating all Penn State runners by at least 10
Schwartz is looking to strengthen his lineup.
"The four people that we have in two through five, we need to
move them closer to Heather (Carmichael), and solidify six
and seven," he said.
Right now there are four or five runners shifting in and out of
the six and seven positions. Carmichael, Patty Murnane, Heidi
Gerken, Sue Miley and Doreen Startare form a fairly consistent
top five when they're healthy, but spots six and seven are up for
"Somebody needs to establish themselves," Schwartz said
The freshmen have picked up the slack, though. Gerken and
Miley, both in their first year, have been in Penn State's top
four in all three meets and were the fastest Lady Lions at
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So what will the Lions' team strategy
"Our goal is to match up well with the
other teams," Groves said. "We like to
make sure that our fifth man is ahead of
their fifth man, and our sixth man is
ahead of their sixth man.
"Of course, when our fifth man finishes
ahead of their second guy, that's even
Looking at things from an individual
perspective, Groves said that it could be
a race between Scharsu and Jim 0'
Connell of Syracuse for first place.
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Unser ruled winner
of 'Bl Indy 500
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) Bobby
Unser illegally passed cars during a
yellow caution period in last May's
Indianapolis 500, but he was de
clared the winner over Mario An
dretti yesterday after a special U.S.
Auto Club appeal panel ruled a one
lap penalty was improperly as
sessed after the race.
The penalty against Unser
"should have been called during the
race. If any other conclusion were
reached, the officiating of an event
such as this would be nothing short
of chaotic," panel chairman Edwin
Render wrote in a 23-page opinion
released at USAC headquarters.
Unser beat Andretti across the
finish line by eight seconds, but the
penalty cost Unser one lap and
dropped him to second place when
the official standings were posted
the day after the May 24 race.
Unser protested the USAC deci
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sion, and the three-member panel
conducted hearings on the appeal
during June and July.
Unser, elk hunting in northern
New Mexico when the panel's ruling
was announced, told his car owner,
Roger Penske, that he was "ex
tremely happy to become the sixth
three-time winner of the world's
greatest race. This has been a goal
for me since I began competing at
Indianapolis in 1963."
Andretti, at his office in Nazareth,
Pa., said the reversal was "stun
ning" and that he was "just too sick
to even think about it."
Andretti, who won the Indy race in
1969, said, "I'll never be able to
swallow this. It's totally unjust, it
Render, a University of Louisville
law professor, and former USAC
President Reynold MacDonald
signed the majority opinion .
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