The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, October 31, 1984, Page 7, Image 7

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Szanto to protest Edmonds game decision
By Christine Warner
Of The Print
Clackamas Community
College Soccer Coach Janos
Szanto will write a letter of
protest to the soccer league
regarding the team’s game
against Edmonds Community
College last Saturday.
The game is under protest
because of the fact that after
Clackamas had received and
scored a goal on a penalty
kick, the referee changed his
mind after evaluating the goal
with a sidelinesman.
Brian Gorsek, starter, said
there was a hole in the net
where the ball went through,
which raised the question of
whether or not the goal should
be counted. All players admit­
ted the ball was in, even those
on the Edmonds team.
Gorsek scored the first goal
and was out later in the first
half because of an injury. The
score was 1-1 at the half. Then
Edmonds scored another goal
in the first part of the second
half, making the score 1-2.
Then Clackamas scored the
penalty kick, but the referee
called it back, leaving the
score 1-2. Before the end.of
the game one player and two
starters for Clackamas were
out due tq two injuries and
one red-card.
The team’s next game is to­
day against Linn-Benton
Community College in Albany
at 7 p.m.
Running duo head for
final x-country meet
By Rodney Fobert
Of The Print
With one more meet to go,
Marilyn Wynia, girls cross
country coach, has great con­
fidence in her runners. Only
two girls make up the women’s
cross country team, Julie Siler
and Mo Schrader, but they
have done quite well as in­
dividual competitors for
On Oct. 20, the girls com­
peted at the Highline Com­
munity College Meet. Leading
Cougar runner Siler placed se­
cond in thé meet with a time of
20:18. Schrader, still troubled
by a knee injury, finished 24th
at 32:50.
On Oct. 27 the Regional
Championships, which includ-
ed all Oregon community col­
leges, was held. Siler crossed
the finish line in third place at
19:23, and Schrader placed
19th with a time of 24:18.
The final meet is the Nor­
thwest Athletic Association of
Community College (NW
AACC) Championship in
Spokane, Wash., on Nov. 9.
Community Colleges from
both Oregon and Washington
will participate.
“If Julie (Siler) puts her
mind to it, she can win,”
Coach Wynia said when asked
how the girls would do. Wynia
added Schrader is battling
knee problems which makes it
difficult for her to run up to
her full potential.
COACH JANOS SZANTO (center) watches Steve Enos (far right) maneuver with the ball.
There IS an alternative to compulsory
military service. If you have moral,
ethical, or religious objections to
participation in any war or military
training, you can be a conscientious
objector. One can be a CO regardless
of one's religion: an agnostic or atheist
can make a CO claim based on deeply
held, personal beliefs. The Central Com­
mittee for Conscientious Objectors is
an organization engaged in a
nation-wide effort to inform
people about Conscien­
tious objection and re­
lated peace issues.
We are also registering conscientious
objectors with our CO card. This card
simply states: “Because of my beliefs
about war, I am opposed to partici­
pation in the military.” Should the dra'ft
be reinstated, and this is becoming
increasingly likely, a CO card could
provide important documentation of
your status as an objector. For more
information, write to:
P.O.Box 15796 i|Jk
Philadelphia, rTTp
PA. 19103 LZXL
The Print
Wants Your
For more information call 657-8400, ext. 309.
310 or stop by Trailer B.
Clackamas Community College
Wednesday, October 31, 1984
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