El Paso Herald-Post from El Paso, Texas on November 15, 1971 · Page 20
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ection C—Page Two EL PASO HERALD-POST, Monday, November 15, 1971- Sullivan, Marinaro Roll...So Do Huskers, Okla Auburn QB Hurls Win Over Ca. U. By JOE CARNICELLI UPI Sports Writer The days dwindle down to a precious few—for the Heisman Trophy balloting-and .for the national title. The Heisman race for the honor of being named the nation's "outstanding college football player" seems to have developed into a two-man battle between Auburn's Pat Sullivan and Cor- •'nell's Ed Marinaro. And both took giant steps Saturday. Sullivan took a giant step forward as he threw four touchdown passes to lead fifth-ranked Auburn over sixth ranked Georgia 35-20 in a battle of unbeatens. And Marina- Marinaro had been Averaging 210 yards a game. ro took a huge, step backwards as he managed "only 177 yeards as previously unbeaten Cornell fell to Dartmouth 2414; "IF PAT SULLIVAN doesn't win the Heisman Trophy, there's one -hell of a great fbot- • ball player somewhere else in " the country," said Snug Jordan, the Auburn coach. Vince Dooley, Georgia's head coach, agreed"We were simply beaten by the best I've ever ; seen," said •Dooley. "Sullivan was a superman having a super day." Marinaro, the NCAA rushing record holder, meanwhile, ran into a stone wall set up by Dartmouth. Marinaro carried 44 times for his 177 yards and broke through only once,' racing 48 yards for a TD after Dartmouth had a 17-7 lead. UTEP-NM Statistics SCORING UTEP .-.-7 0 0 <—13 New Mexico 711 U 7-49 /IM—Henry 23 run. (Hcrtshorna TUTEP—Atkins 1 run (Brahm Kick). NM—Letulioasenoa 1 run (Hartshorne kick). NM— Ubarrere pass 35 from Lona. (Hartshorne kick). . NM—Lona 2 run (Hartshorne kick) NM-Lona 8 run (Hartshorne kick). NM—Lona T run (Hartshorne Kick). UTEP—Gibson 14 PCJSS from Kelthlev. (Pass failed). NM—Boone 15 run. (H'a rt s«i o r n e kick). Attendance: 15,650. UTEP 15 105 177 ,26-14-] 148 14-38.7 1 4-42 TEAM STATISTICS 'First Downs Rushes-Yardage * passing Yardage Passes Return Yardage Punts Fumbles Lost Penalties NM 36 90-518 127 4-S-l 60 2-24.5 . 9-108 -• INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Alt Net H Letulloasenoa, NM "19 120 1 Henry, NM 18 ,102 1 Boone, NM 0 69 3 Dllter, NM 11 «> 0 Atkins, UTEP ...;..,........« 43 1 McCall, NM « -29 0 Fuller, NM 5 23 0 Altemus, UTEP 2 21 0 Korcltz S 21 0 PASSING alt cp n yds td I Keithley, UTEP ....23 14 1 177 1 30 Una, NM 440 I'M n 35 Boone, NM 2 1 1 13 013 Crolao, UTEP 3 00000 PASS RECEIVING N Yds T L Alter™:, UTEP 4 67 0 23 Curran, NM 2 60 0 34 Lobarrere, NM .il 35 1 15 Smlth.-NM • 2 32.0 19 O'Neill, UTEP 1 30 0 30 Gibson, UTEP 2 26 1 14 Anderson, UTEP .-...221 0 11 Hatch, UTEP 2 10 07 . PUNTS 'No. Yds. Ava. L Kelthlev, UTEP ..;...,4 US 38.7 47 Boone, NM 2 49 24.5 33 PUNT RETURNS No. Yds. Boone, NM - 2 20 KICKOFF RETURNS No Yds Reed,. UTEP 4 137 Berry, UTEP ....1 11 Koroltz, NM ........2 W INTERCEPTIONS .No. Yds. Galnes, NM ...• .1 0 •Washington, UTEP ....,.........! 23 DEFENSIVE-STATISTICS UTEP — Perea 4 tackles, 15 assists; Klmball 6-8, Chavando 3-10, Croft. 3-13,, Holmes 4-14. .. , NM — Blonchard 2-8, Bradshaw 2-5, Dibbles'£2, Price 7-1, Flstzgerald 3-1, Ratzlaff 3-3, Fredenbera M., NEBRASKA and Oklahoma, the nation's No. 1 and 2 teams, rolled along their merry unde- f e a t e d way toward their Thanksgiving Day showdown. Nebraska scored two touchdowns, and a safety within three minutes of the second period en route to a 44-17 rout of Kansas State and Jack Mildren manuevered Oklahoma's "wishbone -T" for seven first half TDs as the . Sooners bombed Kansas 56-10. In other games involving the top 10, Michigan (3) edged Purdue 20-17, Alabama (4) dumped Miami (Fla.) 31-3, Penn State (7) crushed North Carolina State 35-3,, Notre Dame (8) downed Tulane 21-7, Arizona State (9) romped past Wyoming 52-19 and San Jose- State upset 10th ranked Stanford 13-12. MICHIGAN WRAPPED up the Big Ten title and a Rose Bowl trip on Dana Coin's 25- yard field goal with 43 seconds left. . Terry Davis scored two touchdowns and Wilbur Jackson 'ran 67 yards for another as Alabama beat Miami to set up a battle of undefeateds in two weeks when the Crimson Tide faces Auburn. Lydell Mitchell's four touchdowns broke an NCAA record and led unbeaten Penn State past North Carolina State. Mitchell scored- on runs of one yard three times and sprinted five yards for another score as he recorded his 25th TD, breaking the mark set by 1 Art Luppino of .Arizona in 1954. CLIFF BROWN, a soph quarterback, passed for one score and ran for two others as Notre Dame bounced back to beat Tulane. Charlie Davis ran for 342 -yards—only eight short of the NCAA record—as Colorado ripped Oklahoma State 40-6 and .reserve quarterback Bruce Arthur ran for one score and passed for another -as Toledo beat Marshall 43-0, the Rockets' 33rd consecutive victory. Ties Not For Badgers MADISON, Wis.. (UPI) — Wisconsin coach John Jardine said he doesn't regret trying for a win instead -of a tie in Saturday's-loss to Illinois. The Badgers missed a conversion for two points late in the fourth quarter against the Mini. They -could have gone for an extra'point which if successful would have put them a point-ahead, but on the next series of 'plays, Illinois scored another touchdown and won 35-27. "We're /never going for a tie," Jardine said. "On earlier touchdowns I had''thought of going, for two points but didn't. Here ; I thought the time was .right."' ; SHOP NOW! 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Wanted _ • I lrir«ni<t* : ">•-"' I Nsmt Address Employed by_ Address As» _J.Jst3 places you have used credit: STOPPED!—University of Texas at El Paso Phil Hatch runs into a New Mexico roadblock led by Lobo linebacker Steve Bradshaw (51) in their Western Athletic Conference football game at Albuquerque, Saturday. The Lobos won 49-13. (UPI) In Cross Country- Miners May Send 3 to Nationals Despite a disappointing loss in the Western Athletic Conference Cross Country Championships, U.T. El Paso coach Wayne Vandenburg was still considering -sending the top three Miner finishers to Nationals next week inKnox- ville, Tenn. Vandenburg's harriers dropped their first WAC cross country loss to the Brigham Young Cougars since 1968. BYU won the meet with 66 points, Arizona was second with 67 and UTEP third with 84. OTHER finisher's were Arizona State, fourth, with 98 points, Utah fifth with 98 points, Colorado State sixth with 123 points, New Mexico seventh with 143 and Wyoming eighth with 198 points. Coach Vandenburg said, "It was the same thing that has been bothering -us all year long. We. had three top men but lacked the strong fourth or fifth man." The meet was 'held under conditions -termed "unbelievable" by Vandenburg. "The wind was so strong it was blowing rocks and runners were huddled in and behind cars to protect themselves," Vandenburg added. •"This is no excuse, because everyone had to run under the same conditions." He added that the winds were topping 50-60 miles per hour and it was probably the worst conditions ever for a WAC cross country meet. Leading the Miners individually was John Bednarski, who finished third, despite haying good race." . "not IF THERE was a bright spot for the Miners, it was freshman Larry Brown, who finished sixth. He was the highest finishing underclassmen. Other Miner runners were- Bob Doyle ('15th), -Fernando de la Cerda (28bh), Pete Romero (22nd) and James Kent (42nd). Winning the meet- was BYU's 'Richard Ried in a time of 34:<17, which was some 50 seconds slower than expected. Mor-Tex Takes Slugfest Victory Mar-Tex squeaked by El Co-Co-Mo 13-11 in the Ascarate Softball League. Top hitters for Mar-Tex were Gilbert Borrego, 3-5; Ernie Carreon, 3-4; De'canto Dominguez, 3-4 and winning hurler Johnny Torrez hit 3-4. Other results — Playboys 20, Surety Chevron 8; Royal Knights 20, Follies Bar 9; Ruly's Chevron-15, B&M Machinery 5; ,Roy Lown's 7, T-BIrds 0; Good Luck Cafe 19, J-C 18; Astros 20, Rulv's Raiders 8 and Hawaii Lounge 9, El Paso Sluggers 7. Rod Lover Wins Bologna Tourney BOLOGNA, Italy (UPI) Rod Laver of Australia, won the Bologna open tennis tournament title, by beating Arthur Ashe of Gum Springs, Va. 6-3, 6-4, 6-4. 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T.S6 left. SECOND QUARTER Tonly Letullgasenoo plunged across from the one to end a drive of 53 yurds in 9 plays. Hartshorns converted, JJew Mexico 14, U.T. El Paso 7. 11:00 left. Rocky Long passed to Paul Labarrere for 35 yards and a touchdown. Hartshorne converted. 'New Mexico 21, U.T. El Paso 7. 4:22 left. Bob Gaines of New Mexico Intercepted Gary Kelthley's pass on Lobos' '35 • and returned to the 39. In 11 plays. New .Mexico scored with Long running for two. Hartshome convened. New. Mexico 28, U.T. El Paso 7. 54 seconds' left. THIRD QUARTER New Mexico started from 20 after klofcoff and In nine plays, with a 25- yard pass from Long to Ken Smith and a 15-yard penalty on the Miners, keeping the drive going. Long scored on a 8-yard run. Hcrtsttorme converted. New Mexico 35, U.T. El Paso 7. 12:12 left. Don Spriggs recovered Tom Alternus on pass reception on New Mexico's '16. New Mexico went 84 yards In 11 plays. Long scored from one. Hartshorne corv verted. New Mexico 42, U.T. El Paso 7:23 left. FOURTH QUARTER Eric Washington intercepted Bruce Boone's pass on the 15-and Washington returns ball to 35. Six plays later the Mirers were In the end line offer three passes and two draw plays. Keithley passed to Paul Gibson for IS ond touchdown. Pass for two points failed. New Mexico 42, U.T. El Paso 13. 12:00 left. New Mexico 1 after receiving punt on the Lbbos 40, went 60 yards • for' a touchdown in 9 plays. Boone scored on a 15-yard run. Hartshorne converted. New Mexico 49, U.T. El Paso 13. 9 seconds left. Beat Wichita 31-7, Play Colorado Stare Next Aggies Undefeated Against MVC Foes How Top 20 Teams Fared 1. Nebraska defeated Kansas Stote 44-17. 2 Oklahoma defeated Kansas 56-10. 3 Michigan defeated Purdue 20-17. • 4. AI a ba.m a-defeaied Miami (FlaO 31-3 5. Auburn defeated Georgia 35-20. 6. Georgia lost Auburn 35-20. 7. Penn State defeated N.C. State 353. 8. Notre Dame defeated Tulane 21-7. 9. Arizona State defeated Wyoming 52-19. 10. Stanford lost San Jose State 13-12 11. Colorado defeated Oklahoma Stote 404. 12. Tennessee wos Idle. 13. Toledo defeated Marshall 43-0. 1-4. Houston defeated Virginia Tech •5629. • ' 15. (Tie) -Texas defeated TCU 31-0.. • (Tie) Southern Cal. defected Washington 13-12. (Tie) 'Michigan'State defeated Minnesota 40-25 (Tie) North Carolina defeated virgin- la 32-20. 19. (Tie) Florloa state lost to Georgia Tech K-6. (Tie) Ohio State defeated Northwest- LAS ORUCES —New Mexico State had an open date this week before winding up the Aggies' football season, against Colorado State University next week in Fort Collins, Colo. Coach Jim Wood and his aides will come'to El Paso Saturday night'.to scout the Rams who'll play U.T. El Paso. The Aggies' 31-7 victory over Wichita State at Wichita Saturday conluded New Mexico State's slate of games against Lockman Not Cubs Boss Right Now CHICAGO (UPI) —So who would you guess is running the Chicago Cute? Owner Phil Wrigley said today that he hasn't talkekJ to Whitey Lookman in months.. 'So, he added, Lock-man -isn't the new manager for the Chicago Cubs. General manager John Holland said he hasn't hired Lookman as manager of the Cubs. BUT NEITHER Wrigley nor Holland would; say that Leo Durocher was the'manager of the Cubs. Their comment stemmed from an exclusive story by United Press International columnist Milt Richman Saturday that Lockman has the job... Wrigley early had saM that Durocher might or might not be the manager for the team in 1972. "I plan to talk to Durocher," he said. "We'll get -together when he. returns to Chicago. "I have no idea if Lockman would talfee it if it was offered." The last statement indicated how close Wrigley was to the Cubs. Lockman has been on the Cub's staff as minor league manager andcoach for some years, and if a guy on the staff gets an offer of the top job, he takes it. Missouri Valley Conference opponents. The Aggies: were undefeated, They won not only from Wichita State but from North' Texas, West Texas and -Drake. THE AGGIES, accepted for Missouri Valley Conference membership this year, are not eligible for the championship. If they had been, they would .have won the title and played in the Pasadena Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., Dec. 18. The Aggies did their finest bit of defensive work of the season against Wichita. They held the Shockers without a single yard in passing. JOE PISARCIK, labelled the best sophomore quarterback in the country by coach Jim Wood, flipped a 46-yard scoring pass to Jack Westberg. Ron (Po) James plunged over for two touchdowns, Pat McTeer hit a 38-yard field goal besides four conversions. New Mexico had '447 yards in total offense but the defensive unit got the greater amount of credit. Wichita made only 105 yards and ail that on the ground. Holding the Shockers to that low yardage was an' Aggie record. Bliss Women , In Turkey Shoot pairings were set today for the Fort Bliss Women's Golf . Assn. Turkey Shoot,, which is slated to get underway tomorrow at 8:30 at the Fort Bliss Golf Course. No. 1_8:30-Murt Welndienlwr llene Sharp, Fern Clem; 8:30—Carole Folsst, Ginger Clements, Hope Pearson; 8:40 —Elolse. Cook, Hazel Sanders, Francis Whltver; 8:45—Marshell Leak, Sunny Loom Is, Doris Savoge; 8:50—Louise Alfrey, Alfrlda Dunwoody, Ruby Mash•burn; 8:55—M a r a e Omuhndro, Edna Miller, Millie White; 9:00^-P h y II is. Hayes, Estelle BocknowsW, Catherine McCulloh; 9:05—Ina Peterson, Gene Wren, Margarate Sherrod; 9:10—Doris McFarland, Isabel Fobes, Jackie Palmore; 9:15—Les Simmons, Era Crocker, Caroyln Miller; No. 10-8-.30-.HeId! Kelley, 'Betty Robinson, Cole Dlnardo; 8:35—'Betty Gordon, Ruth Holiday, Foye Glessner; 8:40^-June Fort, Jean Summers, Chris- dia Gordon; 8:45—Mary Hoff, Jan Irish, Ester Webb. PO JAMES topped .the Aggi« rushers with 93 yards in 23 carries. Ralph Brown had 61 yards in 18 totes. Sophomore Jack Collins was unable to play because of an ankle sprain. Brown, was 'oh fhe receiving and of six Pisarcik passes, .totalling 69 yards. Pat McTeer averaged 48-(Kyards on two punts. One'was a:school record of 67 yards. The lone disma! spot tor fee Aggies was tackle Grant Foster breaking his. arm and being lost in. the final game. Wood said, "our defense contained their running game and ' we felt we had to do that to have a. chance of winning." : Hobbs Tops N.M. Prep AAAA Poll Hobbs, which will-go" after its second - straight Class AAAA football championship in the playoff action next weekend, was the unanimous choice as the No. 1 team in the final United Press International Class AAAA prep football poll. -;-. ' ',.'.". ;. • : •' The Eagles, who disposed of their last 'possible.-, threat, in District 4A by.blasting Roswell 51-0, were named to the, top spot for the third, .consecutive week on each ballot. • Carlsbad, which finished a tight second to Hobbs in Disk 4A, was tied with Albuquerque's West Mesa; the District 2A champion, for secodspot on the poll. -.--..,: TEAM POINTS 1. Hobos 9-1-1. 80. 2. Tie West Mesa 9-1,63. Tie Carlsbad 10-0-1,63. 4. LCMayfleld 8-1-1, S9. 5. Farmlngton 9-0-1 54. : «. Clovls.<-4,28.: • 7. Highland 7-3, 23'6. 8. Roswell 4-6,21. . . 9. Artesla 7-4,18. 10. Tie Los Alamos 7-2-1,14. . Tie Eldorado 6-4,14. . ' . . Cther teams receiving votes was Manzano 2Vi. EL PASO SOUND CENTER 3215 ALAMEDA AVE. 542-1697 4501 ELECTRONIC CALCULATOR Pocket size with cord-free capability. 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