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Lafe fe6 oosfs WM ey Oyer By JERRY McDAMEL Tlie Valley Vikings, trailing almost all the way, hit West Mesa with a fourth quarter blitz to down the Mustangs 59-53 Wednesday night at the West Mesa gym. The win, Valley's se enth of the season against a single loss, strengthened its hold on first place in the Dist. 2AAAA stand Cactus Bowl Fine. But WAC Champ Needs an Option i i One of the biggest mistakes the Western Athletic Conference could make would be to promise to send its champion to the Cactus Bowl Phoenix hopes to get approval to sponsor starting next year. 6 For the WAC to say it would send a host team would be fine But to commit its champion would be foolish.

If the Cactus Bowl receives approval-and it should this time around it will probably start off on better footing than El Paso Sun Bowl, which is the third oldest in the nation This because the Arizona State stadium can seat more than 50,000 -hile the Sun Bowl can hold but 30,000. The Sun Bowls guarantee is currently $85,000 for each participant and it hopes to up this to $100,000. ARIZONA STATE'S TAKE from the Peach Bowl in Atlanta on the other hand, is expected to be near $200,000, similar to the figure Wyoming took home from the Sugar Bowl three seasons ago. But ASU will have to share some of its money with the league office, something Wyoming didn't have to burden itself with. But the publicity Wyoming and Arizona State reaped for this region by going to another to play is worth unaccountable value.

And this is what must not be sacrificed by committing the league champion to any bowl in this region. If the Cactus Bowl wants a WAC team, it would not be hurt by taking the league runnerup in years the champion has the Thursday, January 14, 1971 D-I -4 i -i i i '4 ifc i Z. t- tafc ings with a 3-0 record. Writ! rVrrtni.n T) Wheeler led the way for the turnver afte5 The fmal: Mesa, hitting 12 points each. The Vikings with 19 and 17 points, 1 .11 10 a leading, 41-38, but the ikings I season record.

They are 1-4 in four timely field goals for strait points from Gap 6 Suva and Wheeler were never t.r,.. p' i VandfTKritt Valley coach Dick Fox said headed after that, of his team's fourth quarter ef- West Mesa dld manage to draw IVoplps within two at 51-49, but another; samhei fort: I guess we just decided to hustle." live-point burst did the Mustangs K. MhrHer Hustle the Vikings did in that fourth quarter, with a tight Rich Espinosa and Art Casias 2-4 13 7- 1': ii HO Oil I--31 II a i press that forced one Mustang 1 shared scoring honors for West i'ui. WKT MKS1 Man Tm While I an- nps g. Total i ii 3-4 (1-9 i 15-2(1 17 10 20 10 0 1 0 2J 63 21 i 12 iJ Ravens, Journal Scoreboard By TOM STINK Manzano High deliberate offense Rarely using the fast break, Manzano put its ball control offense into gear as it consistently backed a with a solid! defense and superb rebounding worked for the eood shot.

Itnaid as it bumped off determined Rio off as MHS hit nn a nor nf college basketball uranne men si-h in a Dist. their sho whi tiiP Kavcnt shot a 35 per cent. i gvir .4 ,5 l.jf''. ,1..... i I 2A.AA clash Wednesday night at the Rio Gym.

The Ravens stuck with Manzano in the early going and with 6:00 left in the first half held a 15-14 lead. But the Monarchs ran in seven straight points before Rio could score again, and wi-dened their lead to 27-21 at intermission. The Ravens were outscored 14-6 in the third quarter and the game was out of their reach. Ohio Sfate 81, Virginia 74 Norfolk fct. HI.

Hampton Institute 106 C'Jiumbia 80, Oeortiown, D.C. Mianu. Ohiofil, WcMcru Mich. Kntuckv State Knoxvilie 90 Miirrny. Ky.

W), Oral Roberta 8t Hotbtra 71, Iona til mi Jfi. Wak( Forest Rl Duqucsre III, St. Prams, Pa. 71 Kem Stale 78. Ohio Hi ti7.

Matir.at'an 40 ,9, peppul Union Coll. Y. M. King's Point, N.Y. 5t Navy Washmnton K- Lee 53 Methodist McMurrv, Tex.

75 Bradley 88. Drakt? 85 Niagara K8, Fairfjelrl 74 lljlaiie 8H, Florida Slate C9 Toiocio 71, Marshall (9 Penn fi2. St. Jejrfi'p Pa. 58 Rice 90.

Texas-Arlington ti3 Loinsvilie 73. Davton Adeiphi 68. St. Anselm lrf, Lamar Tech 88 Memphis Stale 113. St.

Joseph's, Ind. 97 N. C. State 9J. Duke 89 Denver li3, Kpkik tit.

Cloud 63. aniline 57 Wesiern Illinois MarMvirrav 73 Led by leaping Leonard Waites, the Monarchs cleaned the rebounds at both ends of the court and took a 37-20 edge over the Ravens. Waites topped the Manzano scoring list with 12 points but mini-Raven Norman Jojola took the game honors totaling 13 markers. The victory evens the Monarchs record at 3-3 in district play and bumps them to 5-4 on the season. Rio Grande falls to 0-4 in the league and 1-6 for the season.

Kush Will Stay With Sun Devils pi Tech Invitational championships. I Tennessee Slate (), Lmcoin. Mo. 81 MANZANO lK l.ronard H'allra a Mike LuiKrn 3 Gary MrAIKtrr 3 hogr 1 hompton 2 opportunity to play in a bigger bowl elsewhere. High Inside With Journal Sports Editor LeROY BEARMAN That would have been New Mexico this past season and such a worthy opponent as Arkansas might have been the op- ponent as the Razorbacks were uninvited this year.

The year before Arizona State and Utah both had 8-2 records when ASU shaded the Utes for the league title, but both were uninvited. Georgia with a 5-4-1 record got to play Nebraska in the Sun Bowl. And Georgia playing a bowl that year was as ridiculous as 6-5 Alabama playing in one this season. WAC teams being uninvited in recent years plus Arizona State's almost being snubbed this year are major factors in favor of the Cactus Bowl being approved by the NCAA's extra events committee. BUT THE BOWL itself would be better off without a tieup.

There will be years when it might prefer a major area inde-j pendent such as Utah State or Air Force or the Missouri Valley's newest entry New Mexico State as a host team. Or there might be a year when it doesn't want a host team at all it might have a chance to bring in a pair of big names from other areas. From this vantage point Arizona State and New Mexico ap-; pear to be prime bowl timber for next season. Another WAC team or two could develop into that caliber also. So if it's a WAC team the Cactus Bowl wants, there will, no doubt, be a worthy one around.

But don't tie up the champion in case another more prestigious opportunity knocks. After all, the kids who will be seniors on New Mexico's club next fall made a vow when they were sophomores. It was Sugar Bow I or burst. A tie up with the Cactus Bowl would provide the needles to make that dream bubble burst. EXTRA POINTS: Most reliable sources say that up until the morning Lloyd Eaton was named Wyoming's assistant athletic director the decision had been made to fire the Cow- boy football coach who had been named Man of the Year in the state only two years ago The assistant AD's post was created at the last minute Arizona has hired its third black coach, football assis- tant Willie Pette, a former Wildcat star halfback in 1956-59 Basketball assistant Albert Johnson was the first black mentor at the Tucson school, and he was followed by Willie Williams, who serves as head track coach UA football coach Bob Weber is still looking for another grid aide since Cecil McGehee and Chuck Purvis recently resigned from his staff Colorado State's 6-9 rebounding fool Mike Childress was recently a.sked if he enjoyed going down the floor one-on-one with a foe and driving for a layup "I guess that's okay," was Mike's reply, "but what I really like is going down one- on-nobody." When Las Cruces held a fund drive for a German measles charity, anyone donating $10 or more could have their favorite Aggie athlete come out to pick up the money Milton (Roadrunner) Home got 90 per cent of the requests Rio Grande 76, Union.

Ky. 75 Kvansvilie in4, So. Illinois Sacrajeiito St. Wi. Univ.

of Mexico 73 Boise St. 90. Coliepe of Idaho 77 So. Dakota Teen Hi), Southern St. 63 played Wednesday night in the Rio gym, 51-14.

(Journal photo by Barry Aguilar) GOT IT! Leonard Waitcs, No. LM, of Manzano, won this rebound battle with Steve Garcia of Rio Grande. The Monnrchs also won the came, PHOENIX, Ariz. OP AdTtm 1 Phoenix Gazette reported thatlLT.T.iili""u Frank Kush had withdrawn his JVlIHiK KC'IKNIL HASKirTBALL Vl 1 Valley 59, West Mesa j3 1 Manzano 51, Rio (iran1p 44 1IK.II St HOOI, WKJ STL1NO Saiidia 4i Kldorado 6 Maiizano 25, Dei Nurte 17 name iiuiii cuiiMiieraiion as wm 4 11-0 coach of the Green Bay Packers lfjflg" 44 National Football League team. 7," LI in a storv from Houston Kodriouei 1 ir Unfair Act? where the NCAA is meetmg, the L7T.J T' lXTl TeSllinQ newspaper quoted Kush as say vnnian 9 14 Rio Grandf 9 12 6 1', 14 Palpably Probably MANZA VO 25.

PFI. NORTE 17 Ashe Not Invited To Africa Net Meet ing he had decided to remain as coach at Arizona State University. Kush was interviewed by Packer officials at Chicago last week after coaching the Sun Not Sun Manzuno listed lirsl: it Alex dec. by Krndvidcz: llli Waller Nlin dpi'. Tony Sala.

10.7; 4 Kerrv Bebumn rtpr. by Jerry Minrhes, 94; 11 Cat Krvnold der. David Jtirrensen. ViH ron Croiir dee. Keith 1 illrry.

ID 5i 114 John interink der. by Tom Cooley, Ift. dav inin wccrI-r-i i hiv naTid lliMmll are. Jelf Baker, S-; SOUth! HI Hill lliuve der. Denni, Kushins.

KlJi: score that would have won thci would be resDonsible fo- thp'Devils to an undefeated season game the officials nacht not final decision of MIAMI tff It's not generally known and those who know don't pay too much attention but victory in the Super Bowl awarding the' IJ'ace nin ine game would: Associated Press Po11- Africa (Pi AmPriran Korrrn1 157 rir "re. by Louij Green. 111. Vlllld American egrO )iaKOrleu David Carter; tennis star Arthur Ashe will not Am" tvid Lasa, Un i Heavyweight Rii-k Hanry pinned (iary oe invited to take part in the i.n. Manr.no mnun ra 1071 Soilt AfripQ mateh.

44i Manzano next meet AmCa Hichiand Friday ln 4AAAA man at Man- Lnamnionshins in Anril pvon ino. score and awara the score' Duncan explained. "They can assess a 13- Dallas vard nenaltv Imm tho rmmi! a.i ti Oi hunday between the though Australian Aboriginal Kandia lited lirit: UMl Osrar Whilaker Cowboys and Baltimore Colts! the infraction took are toZ Tp5 XtX KeiUSe could be awarded to either team; and eject the plaver. committmR a pabablv SrTft QfonJ ff A because of a "palpably unfair "But if it is a clear-cut case! act? unfairjl Mand IOr Anthem dec. Murk i'ennnnre, (7 Joe Hnvln player hvonne Goolagong will was dee.

by Diiane Fisher. 4m: 114 I'hil MrClrllalid der. l)aid Villa. participate. Tournament organizer Owen r-nmni, Adieiierirer pin.

i where the player has interfered! Duncan said wi Its not generally known with what would have been the! smile because it's so hard to winning points, the referee But, then, it is in thP rules and it not paid much attention i 1 i jun lliiaK Orr. i Williams said that Ashe, who Mike frl: 140 Joel (niton ninnctt 11- Virr I was prevented from taking part I-4H: 1.7! Jeff NEW ORLEANS tf The five starters of the Florida State University basketball team refused to stand while the national anthem was played before the FSU-Tulane game Wednesday night. CPt! II T-v I I.U to because it's never happened. But it Ls in the rules ui iuhi year tournament because the government refused him an entry permit, "has not was Her. bv Terry Sickier.

ICS Dar tioodier pinned Mike Rarfield. 1K7 'hnek Vauehn pinned Thonia Heavyweijlit hn hi(e pinned rrMA i i I Midla now 4 0. Sandm applied and We do not intend nnl tram mBtrb. SI ai over Fldorado. WA Co-Leaders Try Luck on Road 'TmL 1010 i inviting him at this stage." He! Tiilanp (iffifials that tho fivp According to the rules for Sudden Death in the event the teams are tied at the end of the regulation 60 minutes, the first team scoring wins.

The winning score can come either on a ABA Standings ireiusea to elaborate, all Negroes did not want to recognize tne anmem. lie ee 1 ia quested the anthem be played; Dill talO DrODDlHSf i i a i i sajfij, iit'tu nuai, luutnuown Jv The while his team was in the locker Associated Press Tn other conference nmpt Jacksonville Beats Stall or inai paipaoiy uniair atl. Tnvw D. U' i. College Football room.

And what is a palpably unfair! Virginia i K' n'urkv INew Vork Tulane apreod, the game went Vft. 7 .413 JACKSONVILLE, Fla. cf 17283 SDectators who until them ib I Western Athletic Conference ion Saturday CSU faces Utah and on without incident and Tulane AR Fast Division lost 27 1 1 24 19 27 19 JO 18 29 Weit Division 14 l.i 17 26 16 29 r. i At i luiiudii. lite auut'i viMH i I won it 88-69.

.7 JT UP.1! had mostly booed the visitors! of officials for the National "7" 1 l0p sp Arizona is at Arizona State. lr1 from New York City. Football League, says such an thls! WAC statistics after the Carolina Pitl.sburiTh Fiorniiaiii Ctali Iriimra Denvr-r Texas BUFFALO i.T) The State University at Buffalo announced it is dropping intercollegiate football because it has been losing money over the past five Quaker Win Again Zh, anthing that would lst two league games, Wy om- 1 12' 14': ing leads the pack in team of r-T pomis wnne aughn Wedeking: prevent your opponent from, Gtlmore easily beat the ij -ih ic uLl I UTEP Coach Don Haskins will Wednesday's Results Krtiturkv 133. Kioriilians 117 Only ((Mile foliriluirct fense with a 90-points per game average, while co-leader LTEP c7 in iv, i iafi i o.n ui. rkiiu i- gave Ulliri, Jd.JHTS D-HI.

Mahonpv 1p1 Manhatlnn uilh 1H' ov a nine I take his Miners to Albuaueraue With the purpose of offsetting n.ints -f NBA Standing: PHILADELPHIA Pcnn's Reasons. Dave Wohl and Steve Bilsky, Dr. Robert L. Hotter, the held in check through most of university president, said the the game, rescued Penasylvania university decided to drop foot-Wednesdav night as the bal1 "because of insufficient fi-fourth-raked Quakers held off nancial support, xth in the re-cross-town rival St. Joseph's 62- cent Past and in the foreseeable Sfl in thp sppitnrt n.nmp of future." dii.Ksiiiiv me a Jair oi seven- footers, Manhattan Jaspers usedj I A plaver coming off the odluJUdy lur mtlr Ilrsl tops in defense, allowing op-i sidelines to tackle a player from1 counter with the New Mexico poncnts only 60 points per game.

I the opposing team who has l)bos- whlle Wyoming hits the Sharing individual scoring broken into the clear and is roarl ,0 meet rtah Friday night; honors in WAC play are CSU's heading for a touchdown. Young Saturday. I Rick Fisher and New Mexico's Clever ball handling a iSj NHL Standings passing attack in a game. Fat A nlaver nrpventinir thn ne Miners, undeteated in two basketball doubleheader. fensive team from snanDintJ thelleaguo games and 8-5 overall, It put an end to football at the university after 63 seasons.

Atlaniir rtntion H'n Lost Il'Itm i(j Cfntral UivtMnn CiDtinrmt 1 19 2'! Willie Long, each with 23.5 points per game average. Long, however, is high man in all games with a 22.4 scoring They didn't attempt a field Nw goal in the first eight minutes rt. and tried only 23 in the entire PH. fiF fi 29 7 6 142 ISJ inn is is 46 no 20 3 4,1 145 11 .2.0 20', ball to begin a play by Con- Stt to the two Utah teams first, tinually charging into the center stopping Utah 80-56 and BYU 66- In the first game, 13th-ranked Villanova scored the first seven points and went or. to clobber DpP.Ull game.

Jacksonville's 7-foot-2 vouvr Ags Sign Gridder 'DriortothesnaD. ln oacK-to-baCK games last average, followed bv Jcrrv (Jilmore blocked six of them. 'EhX t. Tnntinuallv rallinf Hpfpnsivp weekend. Cit'Vt 41 20.6.

Thp OnnL-nrc nnii' linhpnfon The Dolphins led 28-11 at the1 14 24 4 32 11 ir.2 23 4 30 115 14.4 7 23 7 15j West Dlvbioa 2 I IIH 92 11 10 12 50 114 11(2 13 19 36 99 114 oruihs oi Wyoming with a bv! average. signals in a manner designed to I Wyoming's Cowboys, led LAS CRUCES (UPI) -New Mexico State University officials W(i-rn nnfrrnre Mitlursl Otvision through 12 games, saw a point lead evaporate as St. Joe's Louis half. Wll roo rfiimirne in CSU's senior center nlav I PWladelphl draw the offensive team offside. center Jerry Brucks with a 20.6 As soon as a palpably unfair point per game average and vi mi iniiiuuj lU Via i announced tne signing of an all-: 14 19 Ml 113 sophomore Mike Moody led a Jacksonville put four men in 1 .0..3 20 11 33 116 123 30 Hi 21 conierence junior collegejPhwm, aci is perpeiraiea, ine omciaisi guard wune uooerson wun a frnnt rnurt Cllmnea nlt II 21 I 30 117 146 socond-half surge.

uneDacker for the 1971 Awir 12 27 3 27 104 151 are supposed to call a con- Aftor inn (fart una narrnu-nH cn I avifir Division I.OS Antie'es 21 19 FTam-isco 27 2't Childress is third in league scoring with a 22.5 average, but has once again jumped out in front of all rebounders, pulling down an average of 14.5 per game. Long is second. ference. "3. L00l.D3U "am.Mark Farrell.

a 6 19.4 mark, also are undefeated after conference victories over Arizona State, 89-81, and Arizona, 91-65. the goal against five Jaspers, He did it well, to the delight of neanetaaya Brinltt CTScafO Bullalo 2 Toronto 1, CalUornla 1. tie PltUburtth 4. hnt 1 Orly (aiiiea MhtHllilrd siirned 54 'j 7, 220-pound linebacker "If it is not a clearut case of a player interferring with a VSIC1T r. 'r -1 .4.7 .4 to anut.

aim oiu maue lour straight free throws. niui i.uou auer visiting tne i 31 campus last week. ednesdav neuiu in Bowl Defense of '50's Put Cowboys in Super "We develoPl our theories, In Landry's Coordinated The Coordinated Defense thus up on the linemen the tackle nn tr, fh 1 in the 1950s ith the NewiDofcnse, the" 11 defensive I attacks the Run to Daylight ir'Srr Coach Hank Stram iansas the line and the end a step back, title the Cowboy defenders nr r-v mil it you city unets won me iYork Giants and they've been re-pla-vcrs eaC" are assigned scheme because that was built allowed just one morel ive in a thing it becomes a touchdown in the final 25 nuar-1 takes Players capable Super Bowl last year with the Offense of the '70s. Now Coach In actuality, those two defenders then are cheating a step fined manv times since" I 1 premise mai ail ll mem- uneu many umes since, Landry nns )h jMimm.lhr. nf unit i 'Tom Landry of the Dallas explained Tuesdav before the r.

nllf Inner t-r mnM nMJ 1ttfvrl 4,. nH 1 i tersof play. discipline. It difficult to tell a' That reality will be evident player like our Bob Lillv tn hniH u-Knn toward the strong side of the; rll t0 uPale Cowboys' secret workout. "What some instances three men at the attack while the runnine back I A 'e1' "s- we ve ailpmPlJ to ao is destroy'point of offensive attack.

I veers off veers off to gaps created bv offensive formation or the: been copied only bv one other. lUoa when knows if he; Colts Sunday, and whether thev anticipated point of attack. The team the San Francisco 49ers. can Pursue toward the ball car- win or lose l'ikelv will determine ne leet we control all run- sucn movement. Sinr nni nritl 11 4 1 I end is a step off i ii me vauns uKuriiae, an ine nun to juayngni tneory.

innovation by Landry that The Run to Daylight theory radically departs from the was the contribution of the late me line ot coacned by Landry protege Dick' can make the tac- whether Landry's Coordinated I 'ea! an addmona iscnmmage for the purpose of Nolan ueense beEins to be rnniprl ac defensive theories employed by jvince Lombardi to the sport and other pro clubs, that will be the I Landry's response to that was to s.v. s. wrniRie tne "ilex seeing the offensive dan. Every guy has a hole position taken by the members; take shape from plugged and we just stand and of thp Tnuhnvs' frnnt fmir in movement! "It's a hard thing to sell -it -You have to make themistram's 1 formation was after a better doesnt come easy," Landry, believe that if they control an ithe chiefs' victry last year. wait fnr tho Kali nai tlsVUu, i- i i-AHidiiicu.

piayers nave area they're never Pointy tn he "If we v. win," said Landry, ey ine cowooys- operations take the standard "Read and against the Baltimore Colts React Defense" and substitute Sunday in Super Bowl V. the "Coordinated Defense." v. s. ou diguing wu.n me merits of been taucht to hit got to come to one of us or on the weak s.p nf thp i f'1 1.

i lo nn, read and wrong. That narticularlv riif. "There'll prooaniy De more ao goes ncu durinu the vAiyviuiiv iiiui it Hiii limine it ttnf tr another" Uffn i iS uuiicuuwnen react, so what we an0ltier- 'offensive formation play head you consider that in the stretchl against their basic lose, instincts. I stages and we had our doubts; you know there won't be.".

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