Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on October 30, 1968 · Page 67
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Phoenix, Arizona
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Wednesday, October 30, 1968
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1 P in ! 66 The Arizona Republic Phoenix, Wed., Oct 30, 1968 Scotts Outcassed, But They're Deadly By BILL NIXON Northern Arizona Bureau FLAGSTAFF Northern Arizona's Lumberjacks might well outclass Hiram Scott College's Scotts in overall team personnel here Saturday, but you can't blame NAU coach Andy Mao Donald for fearing the Nebraskans. They have a stout passing game. And enemy passes in seven games this season have scored 14 times on the Logger secondary. PLUS THE FACT NAU will be minus two starters, defensive line standout Ed Duley (broken jaw) and tight end Steve Maier (sprained ankle i. Leading the Hiram Scott (5-1) attack is stringy (6-3, 180) quarterback Ken Kinsey, who to date has completed 67 passes in 135 attempts for 1,-145 yards and 12 touchdowns. His chief receiver is split end Walt Krause, who somehow found his way west from Philadelphia, Pa. Kinsey is a Massachusetts product. HIRAM SCOTT, for the historians in the crowd, is a private institution located in Scottsbluff, Nebr., and named after a frontier character who was a fur trapper. The Scotts are currently in their third football season, establishing a respectable 15-6 record, including this year, under head coach Dick Beechner, a disciple of Nebraska's Bob Devaney. The only loss this year in sifc games was a whopper, 720 to NAIA No. 1 ranked mm SaOS Denver Q-Back Briscoe Maryland Grants License learned nayer ot week ri- , vv New Mexico Highlands. In the other five games the Scotts averaged 36.8 points in beating College of Southern Utah, Cameron, Okla., State, Northwest Oklahoma, Panhandle A&M, and Westminster of Salt Lake City. DO THE HIRAM Scott administrative leaders want a winning football program? The answer is affirmative. The athletic director is Forddy Anderson, former Michigan State basketball coach, who bolted the Big 10 to build the athletic program. While having only 1,800 students enrolled this year, the football program has four fulltime assistants for coach Beechner. NAU coach Mac Donald has two fulltime assistants for a school of 8,000 enrollment. Mac Donald will show films of NAU's 20-15 loss to Montana State at this noon's Townjack luncheon at the Elks club. He's still irritated that the controversial touchdown by NAU, first one of the game, was edited out of the game film by Montana State. fitter Cage Violations Bared "How can you be so strong for law, order and respect for authority and then shout those terrible names at the football officials?" Cubs Crack Giants, 7-5 Chicago's pacesetting Cubs banged the Giants, 7-5, in Arizona Instructional League baseball yesterday the 21st victory of the season in which the Cubbies have had only seven losses. In other games the Dodgers beat Seattle's winless Pilots, 3-2, and the Angels beat the Braves, 3-2. Today's 1 p.m. games schedule the Dodgers and Pilots at Tempe, and Cubs and Giants at Phoenix Municipal Stadium, and at 2 p.m. Braves and Angels at Mesa. NEW YORK (AP) - Mar-lin Briscoe has more trouble reading defenses than being the first No. 1 Negro quarterback in major league football. He obviously, however, is doing a good job of both. Briscoe, a rookie from Omaha, read the Miami defense perfectly last Sunday, changed plays, ran a quarterback sneak 10 yards for a touchdown that lifted Denver past Miami, 21-14, and yesterday was named the American Football League's offensive player of the week by The Associated Press. THE 10 - YARD RUN climaxed a day on which Briscoe relieved sore - shouldered Steve Tensi with Miami ahead 14-0 and rallied the Broncos to their third victory in four games. He scored the first touchdown, on a 12-yard dash, and set up the second with a 24-yard pass. "I haven't thought too much about being the first Negro quarterback," Briscoe said but added: "It makes me work that much harder, knowing I have to prove myself because I am the first. It might be a stepping stone for others to get into the pros as a quarterback instead of being switched." AFTER BREAKING 22 records at Omaha, Briscoe went to Denver as its 14th draft choice. "When we signed him," said Coach Lou Saban, "we told him he would be given a chance at quarterback. That's all that was said. I don't care made his first start, then re- what he is as long as he gets the job done." The youngster, however, pulled a hamstring muscle on the first day of practice in July and fell behind John McCormick, Jim Leclair and Joe DiVito when it came to finding a replacement - for Tensi, who broke his left collarbone in an exhibition game. Saban, meanwhile, switched Briscoe to the defensive back-field. "Playing defense was okay," Marlin said from Denver before going into a team meeting. "But I got that itchy feeling to get out of there and start playing quarterback. I felt I could do the job. I just wanted a chance to prove I could." SEATTLE DODGERS 100 100 m 2 ill OOS 000-1 Prlca and Stinion; Bonoy, Plckttt (6), Semlnoff (8) and Straley, Slocum (7). ST. LOUIS (AP) - The Na-tional Collegiate Athletic Association placed the basketball teams of La Salle College, Florida State University and St. Bonaventure on probation yesterday for NCAA rules violations. Arthur J. Bergstrom of Kansas City, assistant executive director of the NCAA Council, said the teams may not play in postseaso" games while on probation. La Salle of Philadelphia was put on probation for two years, Florida State and St. Bonaventure for one year each. La Salle was penalized, Bergstrom said, for improperly terminating athletic scholarships, for a threat to terminate scholarships for poor performances and for permitting the freshman coach to make token cash payments to players for outstanding performances. Bergstrom said in six cases athletes working off campus were paid for hours they did not work. "The income from this outside source, when coupled with institutional financial assistance, exceeded the students-athletes normal educational expenses," Bergstrom said. FSU was cited for providing paid sight-seeing trips to Panama City for two prospective basketball players, Bergstrom said. He added arrangements for the trips were made by basketball coaches. Also, Bergstrom said, FSU coaches organized tryout sessions for prospective players and conducted out of season practice. GIANTS CUBS MO 01 0015 t 401 011 Mx 7 10 COLLEGE STATISTICS (i) (7) FosMo, Stilt (5), Slbltv Impelllacco: Burks, JtCTuez Plummtr. Ktraoipn U). INSTRUCTIONAL LIAOUf . - STANDINGS , Cub Jl 7 Dodgers 17 11 Giants 17 11 Angels 17 11 Braves 19 Pilots 3 25 and and .750 .607 .407 .607 .371 TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Ydsm 1. nixson, smu a 3 2. Cook, Cln a 280 3. Hanratty, N.Darne i 223 4. Sherwood, W.Va. a 239 5. Plunkett, Stanf'd a V9 0. Anderson, Colo. 4 235 7. Bryant, Ohio U. 4 205 (. Summers, Wake For. . 4 265 9. Havem, Pitt 6 24 HE GOT THE chance against Boston Sept. 29 and almost turned a certain defeat into Denver's first victory. The following week he verted to the No. 2 man when Tensi returned. Then came Sunday and Tensi's sore shoulder, and the 5 - foot - 11 rookie was back beating the Dolphins. What has been his toughest problem since switching back to quarterback? "READING defenses," he said. "It's getting better every week, but "I've been a quarterback here only a month and it's difficult to learn to read defenses in that time." In gaining the weekly award, Briscoe was named over Len Dawson, who engineered Kansas City past San Diego for its sixth straight victory; Billy Joe, who scored three touchdowns in the last 11 minutes as New York defeated Boston; Alvin Reed, who caught two touchdown passes for Houston against aS Buffalo, and Paul Robinson of ;sa Cincinnati who gained 159 yards on 17 carries in a loss jJ to Oakland. .107 to. Hart, Duke 4 237 1,290 1,287 Chisox List Games CHICAGO (AP)-The Chicago White Sox announced yesterday their 1969 American League home schedule which includes 11 games in Milwaukee. Of 30 night games slated, 10 will be in Milwaukee. The Sox will play a day game with Baltimore in Milwaukee on Labor Day, Sept. 1. Women's Golf Finals Todav RUSHING OFFENSE G Rushes Yds. 1. Morris, W.Tex. St 7 167 1,114 2. Simpson, 5 191 3. Moss, Toledo 7 194 4. Johnson, Mich 4 160 5. James, New Mex.St. ..6 127 6. Envart, Oregon St 4 173 7. Bookert, New Max 7 161 (. Owens, Okla 5 152 9. Quayle, Virginia 4 93 10. Keyes, Purdue 4 104 FORWARD PASSING G Art. Com. Pet. Yds 1. Hlxson, SMU 4 291 144 .564 1411 t B m v. M T S 37 sherWood; w:v.V . IS ii? Association ot Arizona, S&h.on IJ3 m m iS3 bal1 tourna" 4. H a n r a 1 1 v, N.Oame ITient . 4 174 102 .580 1 J17 7. tavern, Pitt .... 4 177 93 .525 1,314 Yesterday's results: Betty Poleske- 8. Good, Ga. Tech ... 4 183 93 .504 1,266 Nancy McVety def. Dorothy Sheeler- 9. Pharr, Miss. St. .4 174 90 .511 1,043 Irene Porsens, 1-up. Grace-Tyrrell-Bob-10. Henderson, Wash.St. bie Schneoo def. Ann Williams-Mary 4 165 89 .539 1,130 Hcrnbake, 3 and 2. The team of Betty Polenske and Nancy McVety will meet Grace Tvrrell and Bobbie 662 Schnepp this morning in the cnampionsrup finals of the Central Division, Women's LAUREL, Md. (AP) - Ka-thy Kusner, the Olympic equestrienne, was reluctantly granted a jockey's license yesterday by the Maryland Racing Commission in compliance with a court order. She is the first woman ever to be licensed to race horses on the flat at a major track where betting is legal MISS KUSNER SAID she would not seek a ride until Nov. 26 at Laurel. She said she has commitments until then with the United States equestrian team. The 27-year-old show ring rider from Monkton, Md., had been denied a license by the Maryland Commission and she appealed to court. Circuit Judge Ernest A. Loveless on Sept. 26 directed the commission to license her after ruling it had turned her down because of her sex. D. Eldred Rinehart, commission chairman, in accepting Miss Kusner's application and $5 fee, stated: "UPON THE ORDER of the Circuit Court for Prince Georges County which substituted its. judgment for that of the commission and the stewards who are familiar with the qualifications of jockeys, the Racing Commission this date will issue a jockey's license to Kathryn H. Kusner." The commission twice turned down Miss Kusner's application for a license. The second was after stewards had watched her work a 4-year-old thoroughbred at Pimlico. The Commission, basing its decision on a report by the stewards, said subsequently: "We find from the evidence that the applicant lacks sufficient strength to control a mount and for this reason would create hazardous racing conditions for other jock eys if her application were granted." IT SAID MISS Kusner "is not presently sufficiently skilled to ride in competitive flat races as a journeyman jockey." Miss Kusner is 5-foot-4 and weighs 103 pounds. Judy Johnson, the onlv oth er woman ever licensed as a professional jockey and now a horse trainer, had sided with the commission in refusing to license Miss Kusner. "There's a lot of difference between galloping on a jump- Arizonans 'All-West' Arizonans Tom Robson and Jim Moyer earned places on . the All-West baseball team for players in Class A leagues, announced yesterday by the National Association of Baseball Writers and Topps Chewing Gum Co. 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