The print. (Oregon City, Oregon) 1977-1989, December 02, 1987, Page 16, Image 16

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    Turkey trot awards prizes
Guest Columnist
Mark Borel
taff Write
by Steven Ziolkowski
Contributing Writer____________________
Football needed
at Clackamas
As wintej arrives and
Christmas gets closer,' it
becomes football season. The
college bowl games start in a
couple of weeks and last until
January. The NFL playoff will
soon be upon us, and then of
course in January comes the big
one, the Super Bowl to end the
football season.
The only problem with foot­
ball season is not the number of .
games or the length of the
season. The problem that I
think should be dealt with by us
first is. the lack of a football
program at Clackamas Com­
munity College.
The last season Clackamas
fielded a football team was in
1978 under head coach Bill
Hargadine. Athletic director
Dale McGriff held the head
coaching reins from 1974
through 1977, and posted a
6-3-1 record in 1976, and a
14-14-1 record is his three year
tenure a coach for the Cougars.
The Cougars played in a in­
dependent league, so they were
not able to go to the playoffs,
but they did finish second in the
league. The Cougars played
their home games where the soc­
cer field is now, on Saturday
afternoon, and received surpris­
ingly good support, drawing
over 750 people a gaiTA\
Mt. Hood an£o<b^ reasure ■
Valley were th '^jnly other
Oregon Corr /jyxity Colleges
with footb^ /programs, but
soon dr'^xw their football
progr'
after Clackamas
dro\^/theirs. Since there were
c ^/two teams in Oregon for
thzCougars to play, this meant
a lot of travel for Clackamas,
but the cost of a football team
per player compared to some of
the other sports currently here
at Clackamas proves that finan­
cially a football team here
would be feasible.
With the amount of good
high school football players in
the state, the major colleges just
can’t handle all of them. A
community college would in-
crease in enrollment and a good
high school player would be
able to carry his skills and
dreams farther by coming to a
two year school for the first two
years. In fact 60-75 young men
would benefit, as this is the
amount of players that would
be able to play football after
high school, and receive finan­
cial help while doing it.
Clackamas football ended
after the 1978 season for political
reasons, not for financial
reasons. Let’s apply some
pressure to the administration
here at Clackamas to bring back
football, and show them that a
lot of us do want to support our
college football team; we don’t
want to watch, and cheer for
some other college team Saturday
on TV.
Talk coming out of Mt. Hood
Community College is that they
are very close to getting football
back. Maybe if they do, some
people here at Clackamas will see
the light, and follow suit and do
the same.
But let’s not wait for what Mt.
Hood might do. Let the ad­
ministration know that we want
football back, and e’re not going
to be satisfied until we get it.
d. $200 or BO. Melissa 654-3047 or
CCC ext. 422._____________
K-2 COMPETITION SKIS (180cm),
Salamon 505 bindings, poles, all $80.
Skies (132cm), Tyrolia bindings,
poles, all $40. Ski boots size 10:
Kastinger $10, Lange $20. Locking car
rack $20. New weight set $25.
632-4084.
ELECTROLIFT BOAT LOADER CO.
will lift aluminum, fiberglass or wood
boat up to 16’ in length. Call David Feb
654-2107, PO Box 22886, Portland, OR
97222. ______________ ,
FOR SALE 26 inch 10 speed men’s
mountain bike. Dunlap tires. Almost
new (only been used twice!). $100.
Phone: 657-6784 after 5:30pm.
ARTLEY CLAIRÎSE't slightly used, but
excellent condition, $125. Cali632-7086.
ANTIQUE 1900 BUTTERFLY
DROP LEAF TABLE -- SOLID
MAPLE. Newly refinished. $150 or
best offer. Phone: 654-3776 after
2pm.
_________________
FOR SALE: Yamaha Flute - very
good condition. $125. Contact Nancy
at ext. 422 or 656-77Q8.
UPRIGHT PIANO - 1907 Well­
ington. Includes antique piano stool.
Excellent condition. Beautiful tone.
$650 or best offer. Phone: 654-3776
after 2pm._______________
FOR SALE: Queen size waterbed. Pad­
ded rails, mirrored headborad, linen in-
WALNUTS, English, dry, unbleach­
ed, field run, 5# increments. Delivery
optional. $.65 per pound - cash.
657-0104, Delores.
TWO 8” DISK DRIVES with power
source. $150 OBO. Call Neale 657-8400
ext. 247. __ ______________
GOOD DEAL! 16 ft. fiberglass canoe
for $500 OBO. Contact Neale at
657-8400 ext. 247.__________
NEW brilliant wedding set ensemble.
Certificate of Appraisal at $2200.
Let’s make a deal. Call 657-8990, best
time 7-8._________________
FOR SALE: Thunderbolt Kayak,
medium-volume, fiberglass, floatation
bag and spray skirt-included. $350
OBO. Don Paul ext. 315.
STUDENT BOOK MART. Buy and
sell your textbooks. It’s easy... 1. Fill
out a “Book For Sale” card. 2. Set
your own book price. 3. Post your ad
on teh Book Mart bulletin board in
Community Center. For more info
stop by Student Activities or call ext.
247.
■
Turkey trotters turned out in
droves for the annual Clackamas
Community College five
kilometer race. Individual men’s
first place went to Alan Knoop
who ran a breath taking 14
minutes, 44.7 seconds. Individual
woman’s place went to Mary
Grout, flying in at 22:25.5.
Rich Milbradt came within 13
seconds of his predicted time at
15:57.8 and Dian Connett tied
within 13 seconds of her predic­
tion at 23:13 even. In the
predicted women’s walk Terri
Meininger came within 14
seconds of her predicted time at
ROOMMATE WANTED: 3 bdr, tri­
terei Gladstone home, 200 mo. plus
Bemey, 21:49.8 with a predicted
20:58 and a 51 second difference;
Mike Brady, at 22:30.9 with a
prediction of 23:30 and a 30 se­
cond difference; David Dickson
running an 18:44.3 with a
predicted 20:00 and a difference
of 1:16; Dena Dumolt, 21:40
even with an 18:00 prediction and
a 3:40 difference; and Paul Kyllo
at 28:03.9. Total team prediction
was 110 minutes.
Team members were awarded
pumpkin pies for coming in
closest to their predicted times.
Individual runners placing first in
men’s and women’s and best
predicted individual times for
men’s and women’s walkers and
runners received^turkeys.
State Champions
THE CLACKAMAS CROSS Country team jokingly poses for the camera in a team shot only a
mother could love. The Cougar runners won the Oregon State Championship and placed third
at the Northwest regional meet.
utilities. 655-5956.
HELP WANTED: Caring person for
2 little ones in nice home part-time
«hrs. and days flexible. Hidden Springs
area. Call am 656-7149.________
$18,000 for working 2 days per
month? The G1 Bill has been renewed
this year for part-time National
Guardsmen. What a way to pay for
school! Sgt Andy Green 657-2027.
HELP WANTED - Student to live in
with elderly lady. Room/board/wage.
656-8043 or 655-3998.__________
TYPISTS - Hundreds weekly at home!
Write: PO Box 17, Clark, NJ 07066.
United Jersey Bank - First Colonia,
505 Inman Avenue, Colonia, NY
07067
___________
CARTOONIST WANTED: will pay
cash for 25 plus Illustrations depicting
Religious Humor. Eve 657-1211
FULL AND PART TIME HELP
needed for Counter, Salad Bar, Prep
and Bus Postitions, all Shifts
available. Apply Monday-Saturday
2-4pm at:
Sizzlers Resturant
18925 SE McLoughlin
Gladstone, OR 97222
** ★★★ ** ★★★ *** ★ ****
Help Wanted
30:14.8. Bruce poulin led the
men’s predicted walk with a 2:42
difference at 26:08.4.
Trotters were not permitted to )
wear watches as they circled the
campus twice, starting and
finishing at Randall Gymnasium.
Runners and walkers alike
gathered in the corridors during
pre-race time. Frank Harlow
took first place for most creative
head gear. Just prior to the race
he returned to the locker room
for socks to keep his hands
warm.
Best team predicted went to the
“Misfits” whose predictions were
within 2 minutes and 6 seconds of
actual times.
Team members were Norm
WANTED- Football players for CFL,
Concord Football League. Full contact
no pads. Interested call Mark MWF at
ext 309 or 653-1134.
RIDE WANTED: To CCC
Molalla (Shadydell-Feyrer Park
M-F, anytime before 8am. Will
gas. Contact Vince Maurer - 829-2529
leave message.
FOR SALE - ’71 Daisun pickup truck
- runs well. Dependable transporta­
tion, good gas mileage. $1000 OBO.
Days ext. 309/310, evenings 777-3093;
ask for Beth.
TYPING/WORDPROCESSING
resumes, term papers, manuscripts,
etc. Fast professional results on Laser
Printer. Experienced secretary and
teacher. Milwaukie/Clackamas area.
659-9935.
FOR SALE: 1971 VW Bus, very good
condition, rebuilt engine, excellent for
camping $2100 or best offer. Don
Paul ext. 313.
1977 BUICK ELECTRA LIMITED,
4-door sedan. All options...
LOADED!!! $1195. Phone: 659-6147
after 3 pm.
Motorcycles
FOR SALE: 1981 Yamaha 650cc
Special motorcycle. Excellent condi­
tion very low mileage. $1500 OBO.
Don Paul ext. 315.
1976 HONDA 750 full dress 29K miles,
exellent condition. Call 657-6784
anytime after 5:30pm or before 7am -ask
for Bobbi. $950 OBO.
I
D50 Illuminant, 2 degree observer
Animals
P
PUREBRED
SPRINGER
SPANIELS! Cute, cuddly, lovable
puppies! 4 males left. Born 9/27/87.
Tails docked and dew claws removed.
$25, perfect family pet and bird dog.
Walt and Karen Hamilton - 630-2330.
-I
78 DODGE Aspen Premier Special Edi­
tion - 318 AT PS DB Cruise control, low
miles, new tires, tilt wheel, rear defrost,
remote mirrors, bucket seats, AM/FM
stero/cass, lovers - mags. Only $1800,
OBO. Call Jay 653-9816.
’67 BUICK SKYLARK,
power, $600. 266-2952.
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losts
of
Density
ON 10/19/87 my 1974 Capri, was stolen
from the college between 8:45am and 12
noon. It is burgundy with yellow and
orange flames on the front. I am offer­
ing a $200 reward for any information,
leading to an arrest and conviction, all
info will be kept confidential. 630-5038.