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H TheArtrta Republic CITY Fbwaix, Itot, Oct n, IM Ik" A n j. (fP Boos Prompt Parilli to Excellence Texas Western: A7o. I Defense -Advertisement- Going to the Dotjs NEW YORK (AP) Texas Western has takes over as the No. 1 defensive team against rushing amor majv college NEW YORK (AP, Babe lootDaa teams. (Pir.g Pong) PanHi has bounced Statistics released yesterday by fee NCAA Service Bureau back again. snow Texas Western, iuca damped San Jose State for a loss of AP Win BEST EFFORT Babe Parilli, Boston Patriot quarterback, has been chosen offensive player of the week in the American Football League by Associated Press. He completed 13 of 22 passes for 250 yards last Sunday as the Pats whipped the San Diego Chargers, 35-17. Redeeming himself for what he termed his "lousiest game," Parilli completed 13 of 22 passes for 250 yards and three touch downs last Sunday as the Boston Patriots whipped the San Diego Chargers, 35-17. For that performance Parilli, the 36-year-old veteran of 13 pro campaigns, was selected yesterday as the Offensive Player of the Week in the Amer ican Football League by The Associated Press. For his first against San Diego, Parilli re ceived nothing but sympathy as 106 yards rushing last Saturday.' Lions, Track Personnel Stage Charity Program At Greyhound Park By W ALLY DWYEJt !has limited the opposition l-V most ratifying part of the 1966 Fall meeting at Phoenix orey- f f I 134.1 yards a game. .hound Part -ul take place tonight iMlHCr VX)HC11 , Ifi the annual Charity Night performance tere the 33 Lions , Wyoming is second with a Cluhi ct the Valley ct the San nd the tridt management and per-r1 r . !2 1 averare followed hv V.nh'Jsotu Bet together to help the Lions' Sight Conservation Program. UI1I11C UUCSl igan state at 461. ' ! Two public clinics for young! Southern Mississippi is Xo. athletes are planned in the Val-jin defending against the pass, ley Saturday, Don Ilaskins, basketball coach at national champion Texas Western, will be the featured instructor at an elementary school basketball clinic at Phoe- : " l m at . a I Tw.rfnrman Allege irom v.w a.m. to u : a.m. ne win De joined Dy ASU's Ned Wulk and local high allowing only 58.6 yards a game. South Carolina is second at 72.3 followed by Tennessee at 79.2. (Mr This marks tSel twellth straight have even provided eye surgery year the track for people of all ages, eedtf ma?-l Lions Clubs, in appreci-event ard ion to the Greyhound Park fans durine the nast nave paruoiwicu m ?. . ... ul cial occasion the past 11 years. JJ 11 years. pive awav 21 tuncevs in a al drawine lowing the eleventh and final race. trade has raised . ,7 than $120,- spey11 arawuig inuucuiicijr u WALLY more 000 for the Sieht 1 Conservation pro- incidentally, don't think-that if gram. you come to Greyhound Park to- Tonieht. the yu'H expected to make MoMonmM j a aonauon. iui true. iui&. i nunni j 1 i i i the Chargers rolled to a 24-0 scuwl "u y scnooi victory while he admittedly l003 who iU discuss funda" "stnnlc ihn nlar-i" nut " h- c.u icwuuqueb DAYK IltCKS Rick, Reggie Really 'In' j What are ex-Arizona State centerfielders Rick Monday and Reggie Jackson "in' for (in, that is, the Arizona Winter ! instructional League)? c Says Monday: 'ji "They (Kansas City A's management) told me they didn't care if I came down here and hit .500 or .100. The main - thing is to learn something out of this league. j '' .' "I've been carrying my hands too low going into my swing, and Al Dark told me to put more crouch in my stance at the plate." I, Says Jackson: p ;"Fly balls hit over my head, that's what I'm working on. it's something I've always found hard to do. 1 have to learn to run to a spot to make the catch. 'J- I? Willie Mays Was O-for-15 . . . Once J? "I don't really feel oriented at the plate right now, because J my school schedule keeps me out of most of, the weekday games." Monday and former A-State third baseman Sal Bando joined jthe A's major club at the tailend of the season, and Rick Recalled his first big league hit. It was off Jim Palmer of Baltimore (and Scottsdale). I had gone 0-for-14 or O-for-15 after coming up, He told me Hi' doubled, ifnd I got a telegram from Mr. (Charles) Finley, gillie Mays had gone O-for-15 when he first broke in." It"- If pi DIS 'N' DATA Like rugged action? Check that Sherman Memorial Five-Goal polo tourney opening Saturday at Scotts-ldale Polo Club . . . and ask the hosts' Bob Clapp . . .he was knocked from his mount, kicked in the face and, says club ftl member Ernie Humphrys, faces a dental bill of $3,500 . . . Basketball Yearbook, 1967, rates Tucson Rincon's 6-5 Dave ' posh among the 100 top preppers in the nation ... top 20 lubs include UCLA as No. 1, Duke, Kentucky, Texas Western 'jjollowing, with New Mexico 17th and Colorado State 18th . . . 'All-Americas include T-Western's Bobby Joe Hill and would ftbu believe UCLA's Lew Alcindor? ... : ASU 52-Point Choice Over Lobos? .This note on the fallacy of comparative scores and point spreads in football: Arizona State 30, Texas Western 26 . . . Texas Western 51, New Mexico 3 ... so ASU is a 52-pOint Choice over New Mexico in their Nov. 19 match in Tempe? . . . Xet's try another sequence: ; San Jose beats Oregon, 21-7; Oregon beats Air Force, ,il7-6; Air Force beats Washington, 10-0; Washington beats Ohio State, 38-22; Ohio State beats Wisconsin, 24-13; Wis-Jconsin tics Northwestern, 3-3; Northwestern beats Oregon ;; State, 14-6; Oregon State beats Arizona State, 18-17; Arizona State beats Texas Western, 30-26 . . . On this basis, make San Jose a 75-point choice over Texas Western . . . final: Texas Western 20, San Jose 0. Houston Suspends Seven Freshmen Clubs Vie Tomorrow TEMPE THE game-Arizona vs. Arizona State occurs Nov. 26 in Tucson. The "Big-Little Gam e," matching freshmen of the two schools, comes off Saturday at 8 p.m. at bun Devil Stadium. NEITHER TEAM has an im pressive record, but state prestige is always at stake. It also gives fans a preview of what to expect on next year's varsity. Coach Bill Kajikawa's ASU Sun Imps are 1-1 and Arizona's Wildkittens 0-1. The Imps were trounced by tan, uaiu. ju, 49-ia, but re bounded for a 44-12 triumph over the New Mexico freshmen. The Wildkittens lost to Texas Western's frosh, 21-19. THE CONTEST wil, give Valley fans their first view of the state's most sought-after high school player of a year ago, Art Maione. The former Eloy star, nampered earlier by injuries, wm start at left halfback. Tickets at stadium booths are priced at $1 for adults and 50 cents for children. TWO GAME SUN IMP STATISTICS RUSHING TC Williams 14 Hill 11 AAalonn 12 Ferrara 9 Olmos 1J zeiders 8 Powell 2 Imsland 2 ASU Tnt. 7fl OPP Tot. 93 RECEIVING Hill Maione Olmos Powell Boellner Miller Yeats ASU Totals OPP Totals PASSING Zeiders Sterr Imsiang AUS Tot. OPP Tot. YG 11 90 57 39 39 17 1 0 "360 532 C9 5 2 1 1 1 1 J 13 26 YL 3 1 10 1 4 14 0 J5 48 49 NO 114 89 47 38 35 3 1 -15 312 463 TD Aw 1 8 8 1 3.9 4 2 2.9 .4 YO 89 93 23 16 10 7 3 239" 408 TD 2 1 0 0 0 J 3 3 Alt Comp 1 25 10 0 7 3 1 3 0 0 35 53 13 26 NG 183 56 0 239 408 TO f 3 3 4 5 5.2 Avq 17.8 46.5 23.0 16.0 10 0 7.0 3.0 18.4 15.7 Pet. .400 .429 .000 .371 .491 Marichal Hurt hi Car Crash SAN FRANCISCO (AP)-Juan Marichal, the San Francisco Gi-! ants' star pitcher, leaves today for his home in the Dominican Republic to recover from a whiplash injury suffered in an automobile accident last Friday. The injury was disclosed when Marichal's attorney asked for continuance of a hearing before the board of permit appeals, in volving a greenhouse he erected at his San Francisco home. PARILLI WASN'T much better later in the season when the Patriots opened at home against Kansas City. The Chiefs quickly built a 17-0 lead and then Parilli had the ball knocked out of his hands after he had apparently crossed the goal line for the Patriots' first touchdown. Boston's boo birds immediately went to work and that, says Parilli, is what made him bounce back. "That Kansas City game was the turning point," he explained. "I heard the fans booing me. I couldn't miss it. But I told myself if I let them bother me I would be defeated. So I decided to keep on firing the football no matter what." PARILLI WENT right to work and so did the Patriots. They tied the New York Jets the following week, then whipped defending champion Buffalo before knocking off the Chargers and climbing into Eastern title contention just one-half game behind the Jets. Parilli got the job done against San Diego with a pair of 53-yard scoring strikes to Larry Garron and a 14-yard touchdown pass to Gino Cappelletti. "Our game plan was to fake a run and throw," Parilli ex plained. "We put the first pass play to Garron in just for this game and probably won't use it again this year. "ON THE SECOND pass to Garron, Tom Yewcic noticed that Dick Degan (San Diego linebacker) was limping and we figured he couldn't keep up with Larry." Parilli figured correctly and he came away with the Offensive Player of the Week award over Garron and another team mate, fullback Jim Nance. Nance, the league's rushing leader, gained 108 yards on the ground in 25 tries. Also nominated were running backs Bert Coan and Mike Gar rett of Kansas City, fullback Billy Joe of Miami and two los ers, flanker Lance Alworth of San Diego and Joe Namath of New York. COAN SCORED four touchdowns and Garrett gained 91 yards in 11 carries in the Chiefs' 56-10 victory over Denver. Joe led the Dolphins' ground attack in a 20-13 triumph over Houston by grinding out 63 yards in 15 carries. Alworth scored touchdowns on plays covering 42 and 66 yards and caught seven passes in all for 177 yards in the Chargers' loss to Boston. Namath completed 19 of 32 passes for 272 yards as the Jets bowed to Oakland 24-21. An elementary school football clinic is scheduled from 3:30 p. m. to 5:45 p.m. at ASU's Goodwin Stadium. Four local high school coaches will be on hand. The two clinics are presented by the Arizona Junior Sports Camp at no charge. TOTAL DEMNSff . - ... Pmr YM. Am. 1. soutlwni MISS. r m 1111 t Ten M 377 j$ 1SS 1 liiu.p 3Si 1,(U5 174J1 Vpl , , 35 175 3; I Miami, Fla S 3U tl Ul W Nomina 404 1.104 Muni , nates all iu profeenoyeT, track, its ; personnel and greyhound J MS m J eir salaries, the greyhound own- d ' dof rushing oeNs their purse wmnings and the n C0"Sandsany , r " v-aw. concessionaires their profits to the!made w " Rran(lstanas- tJEoVJEJ"- S iinnfru-thi. unHrf..i J Your patronage at Greyhound . Southern Mist, i 201 27 i 4 gram. 5. ScracuM 4 20 41 41, ! 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