Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico on November 16, 1963 · Page 20
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Albuquerque Journal from Albuquerque, New Mexico · Page 20

Albuquerque, New Mexico
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Saturday, November 16, 1963
Page 20
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ALBUQUERQUE JOURlN November 16, 1963 Monarchs Use Isaa cson C-2 Passing To Dump Santa Manzano's Monarchs rode the clutch passing of Rick Crump and an alert defense to take a 13-6 upset victory over Santa Fe at Wilson Stadium Friday in a Dist. 1AA contest. It was the season finale for both both teams. Santa Fe finished 4-6 for the year and Manzano at 3-7. In league play both teams are 3-3. Crump threw only six passes all afternoon but comoleted four. His first wax a 15-yard touchdown toss to Walter Gross and the two others set up Manzano's! I I winning tally. ran hare by Walt Ditzen Fe, 13-6 r IN ThE STAMPS n 7 nractzers & r name -yM Chicago Monarchs Score Early Manzano drove 63 yards for its first score with the opening kickoff with Gross taking the pass from Crump for the TI) with 3:26 left in the first half. The drive took 16 plays. Dickie Baldizan broke through the Man.ano line to block the PAT. Santa Fe wasted little time ueen sTl YE yfy HOW . SIMMS first fin-Atis yards rul:u;(t Mirrt p-siiih; total iitft !:f passes int. by fli.-IltVos ii.-t p;i:;, pcr.Ritics auis 12 ir 2-15 4-h 1 1 3-107i 5-471 1M.V.V,' ' i.' HVMWWV'lirAMWHKl-r'' MMflUiy!''1 ""'I 1 I" IH'IIMIII I I I'll. I I IH !..!( I i I ,yJ A I Almm omas him Mark Quarterback Terry Isaacson, the most versatile back to ever don the AFA Silver and Blue, launched a one-man attack on the Falcon football record book, while guiding his team to a stunning 48-21 win over the UCLA Bruins last week. In turning in one of h i s most sensational performances, the Oak Park, 1 1 1., flash rushed for 136 yards in 16 carries, passed for another yards established by halfback Mike Quinlan. Other records already tucked away by Isaacson include: most punts in a career (112), best career punting average 122 yards, scored three touch- (38.8), most carries in a sin- downs, passed for one, and;gle game (26 vs. Kansas ran for sion. a two-point conver- State in '61), most opponent passes intercepted in a single FALCON' MOTOKVATION: Ben Martin, Air Force Academy coach, left, and Terry Isaacson, the sparkplug for the Falcons this year, stand by an old-fashioned plane motor after the champion J,"1 battling almost half us a century of history in a bid d" for an unprecedented third ! straight National Football 4-jo League title, must first win. ; 1 the Western Conference title. 0" Its lone touchdown, mov-l Thev could do it Sundav at mff ,0 'ards 1,1 ei'ht Pla"s Wnglev Field, where the Chi- Wllh Darrell McDonald going cago Bears roam and maul. iover trom the J- A - yard Green Bav has won eight 'Pass P,a-V from Hnan Foulkes straight .since an opening 10 Baldizan which put the game loss to the Bears. The 1,1,11 on ,he 1 vvas the ke' Bears have been beaten only P''1' by San Francisco. " I Fulkes kicked the extra 'in the Eastern race, Cleve- Point but tne Demons were land and New York are the offsides and Foulkes second c:i -leaders with 7-2 records, attempt was wide. St. Louis, still in the runnine. Demons Drive Stopped will tackle the Browns 11V Santa Fe drove 77 yards to Cleveland while San Francis- the Manzano 10 iate in the co invades New York. tirst half but the Monarchs, The remainder of the sched-!pcJ lj' end Robert P e r e a, 'ule shows Pittsburgh at Wash- held the Demons, jington, Baltimore at Minneso-i The visiting Demons drove t ta. Los Angeles at Detroit and 44 yards with second half Philadelphia at Dallas kickoff to the Manzano 27 but CANYON". Tex. (.It ! The American League pre- again the Monarchs rose to Kerbel, football coach of West.ochy Aiouiuain area, sents a three-game program, ithe occassion and Santa Fe's Texas State University, wasj Those were the words of St San Diego at Buffalo, Kansas 'try for a first down fell three hanged in effigy twice early! Joseph's College Athletic Di City at Boston and New York:yards short. Terrv's 258 - yard outburst Kame (2 vs. UCLA in 62), gives him 1370 yards rushing! most touchdowns in a single and passing for the season, topping the AFA single sea game (4 vs. Colorado btate U. in '(i3), best punting aver- AFA arrived in Albuquerque Friday. Martin hopes his cadets won't be as old as the equipment today when they meet the New Mexico Lobos in a homecoming game at University Stadium. (Journal photo by Ray Gary) son record set bv Rich Mavo:age for one season (40.33 in in 1959 of 1357 yards. And19el), and most rushing plays with two games to a career (345). Isaacson is certain to hang Other important records up a record that should stand! that Isaacson is closing in on for many seasons. Broke Quinlan's Mark Isaacson's 136-yard rushing performance also gave h i m are( most touchdowns in single season (needs 2 to tie old record of 12), most points in one season (needs 25) and WT Coach St. Joseph's to Buy Portable Is Hanged Qym poor jor ijse in Auditorium muTTigy "We feel that now we can! "We had hoped to play ouri Cordova said the floor go ahead and schedule some; big home games at either a!wouM cosf $13 nnn "We are sure the investment is a sound jmost yards rushing in o n e ping the career record of 1371 j season (needs 181). Best in History Whether the fabulous Mr. Isaacson can reach these additional goals in two more games remains to be seen, but one fact is certain Terry Isaacson is the most out standing football player in Air Force Academy history. joe (,f the best teams in the: high school gym or the Uni versity of New Mexico. But both the public school and at Denver. Arnold Scores 30 in NMMI Win Prep, College Meets Today That's when Crump engi neered the payoff TD drive one, AD. said the St. Josephs' "If and when we do university idml nistrations Thursday. rector Rudy Cordova as heD0,-n miormea mat tneir build our own gym the port- Kernel, in his fourth season; announced Friday that theiiacnities were unavailable so!able floor will be moved to as head coach, has a 4-3-1 rec-'eollege will buy a portable! decided to purchase theithe new place so actually we Two runnine nlavs faiW tn:ord after running up a 9-2 marK basketball floor and plav itsilur lmmeuiaieiy niveau 01 won t be losing any money. nam and with third and in ! last year. ;home schedule at the Civic; waiting until next year, said St. Joseph's plays only; ;! Dummies were found on the Auditorium. ICordova. seven of its 17 games at r-i 11 1 a a 1 t . i . n . . 1 r 1 : j u ipass play which covered 33: Horary nagpoie ana ai me en-. ..This doesn't mean we're! Cordova said ne would not nome dui coraova saia ne ivards to 'the Santa Fe 40. The trance to the fiold house whlchiabandoning our plans to build knw until next Monday ,'hoped to get between 12 and jtwo combined again on t h e has KerbeLs office. One had a our own on the campus i whether the portable floor15 next year. uo oacK u- (: ( i,. r u-ou d be aval able lor tne iseuer scneauie I The harriers will be out in'following play and ' force this morning as Western Cross went 28 yards to the 1 ! Athletic Conference champion Bijr Tally New Mexico entertains the Air! The Monarchs picked up a' this time:Slsn wnicn rean: uo Vd We r, 'south you motonnoum. to iai Joe Kerbel." There was no official eom- Kusw LLh tfi .New .Mexico Force Academy before the state;first down at the 1 on a fourth Military Institute's fabulous,nigh school cross country cham-i and inches situation and then au, iu.wm muicu lite luuui-ipjonsmps. 1 pat morris bulled his w a v downs and personally account-j ew Mexico and Air Force over for the touchdown and ed for 282 yards Friday to mect jn a return dual at lCVtook a pass from Crump for power the Dist. 4A champions this morning. Air Force won! the conversion with 56 see-to a 61 -ft victory over El Paso still hope to have ouriu'oulcl De avauaoie ior nu n cvm in i wn nr ihrpp first home game Dec, years," said Cordova. Will Seat 5200 ment from the athletic depart-i The prespnt gym at the co, ment but one man in the de lege seats 600 people while the partment, who preferred to re-LHi4nrinm h n l h .mnnH jmain uniaentinea, saia tins 13 not imponant enougn iori comment. A couple of kids did it. It certainly is not the feel- Parkland. ;w u i V, V . ,r mg of the school or the area. :U a 1 a -v iavu1' w ":ilcai &ama re goi a goiaen op-iT r 0 hv ., Arnold's 30 points makesCoach Hugh Hackett's Lobos:p0rtunity midway in the final I him the state's top scorer with -can't use freshmen, who help- j quarter when a Manzano punt! . , n 186 points, three more than the. ed them win the WAC title, !wcnt for 0nlv 3 yards to the! MirflPQ ilnPTIQ 133 he registered in winning against the AFA. I Monarchs' 48. LiUUI UCO lCtO the title last year as a junior.j And Hackett's ace varsityj Foulkes hit McDonald on a'0! Q His scores came on runs of Performer. John Baker, has;15.vard Dass after cettinff two l.fl OP ilP7.9f)n 5200. Ford Signs Dual Pad; Hurler, Pitching Coach NEW YORK lift Whitey, "We asked John to return, Ford, the New York Yankees' aiong wjth Jim Hegan and southpaw ace. signed a dualFrarit rrntti .. pYt,iainPH . 1 ;u !--- - ' The Lourdes Knights open u'" K'fJ"11 iHouk "The others aereed the 1963-64 city basketball!" oa Friday at a salary;- . lhe others aSreed .,.uo n!ht .hn tv estimated at $60,000. ;but Sam wanted more money. Tickets Available For AF Game Slightly less than 4000 general admission tickets remain to be sold for today's New Mexico Lobo-Air Force Academy football game. The tickets will be on sale at UNM's athletic ticket office in Johnson Gymnasium from "We feel that this gives usjR.,n lintil om tnf1v Bnfl an opportunity to , chedulebeginning at n noon at Uni. are a long way from a sellout," John Dolzadelli, UNM athletic business manager, said. "There are a lot of good seats left." All reserved seats for the game were sold out Wednesday, marking the first time they had all been sold prior to game time. Since all of the reserved seats were sold, more than 4000 general admission tickets have been purchased. 10 against Highlands University our, mat u wouia aennneiy oe, some iidim; suiuuia versitv Stadium. "We 1 1 T 1 ; . . . M l-i n Ik a r a n Y T reauy uy jan. 1. we tan unci mem b un St. Joseph's second home'guarantee and sli11 operate in game is scheduled for Jan. 2;u,c ia .B,aiu against Ft. Lewis A&M Ernie Smith, who compiled a 13-5 mark at St. Joseph s last year, will be back to guide the Dons again this year. He has all five of his returning lettermen back. The college opens the season Friday in the Highlands Invitational tournament in Las Vegas. 68. 49. 43 and 59 and a 24 yard oen aDed with llu part or tnis yarrjs rushing and Santa Fe pass from Quarterback Doug week. ;had a first down at the 3L Crowell. Arnold carried thej Twenty high schools are ex- But once again Manzano stall-ball only eight times for 236 pected to compete in Class A ed the drive as two runnine yards and a 29.5 average, and and B meets at the new cross plays gained nothing and two'travel to La Joya. The 35-year-old Ford, whojWe felt his demands were un- caught two passes for 46 yards, country course east of Juan passes fell incomplete. On thej Coach Ron fybor has fourjenjoyed one of his best sea-' reasonable." NMMI registered a second Tabo road and the Manzano last pass Foulkes hit Steveilettermen and three starters'sons in 1963 while winning 24 j The offer came as a dis-ptate record as tackle Pete' High campus. Bone, who was all alone at; from last year which eom-iand losing only seven replacedjtinct surprise to Ford, who Johnstone kicked seven of nine! El Rito will defend its Class the 18, but Bone dropped it.jpiled a 15-17 record. Thejjohnny Sain. Sain was releas-lhad nursed an ambition to extra point attempts to break a B title against nine other! The Demons got their handsi (nights came on strong towards!ed because of a disagreementjeoach but not until after his record held jointly by Ed Bell schools at 10:30. Silver City; on the ball with 1:49 left in the end of the season and are 'on terms. pitching davs were over. of rarmmgton and Ron Morton d e fen d s its Class A title the game after a fumble by of Carlsbad. Johnstone has hit against nine oDDonents also at Crmnn at the Manzano 38 hut 40 of 45 this season, breaking n, the old mark of 35 of 41. I ?MWI 7 77 El fil r rtr. 0 0 n NMMI Arnold 68 run (Johrutonf i kick' 1 NMMI Subcr 41 run (Johrutonf , NMMI . Croitpll t run (Johnston? NMMI Arnold 24 Diss (kick failed v-vm "" LJon 2 " ,,IMW11 kick 1 j underway today with a special ; "' jujji m unci J Soccer Season Opens At University Today The soccer season at the University of New Mexico will get on the first play Amos Romero intercepted F 0 u 1 k e's pass and the Monarchs ran out the clock. expected to have at least as It is believed Ford is the! "At first, I thought it might good a club this vear. ! first active player ever to be too much for me," Ford Rav Pineda, Max Sandovalitake on the additional duties; said. "It's tough enough to and Sal Muniz are the three; of pitching coach. lettermen starters from last! The decision to offer the Igame scheduled in recognition : an( f Manzano Man Gross, 'kirk fulled SK MiDonnId, 1 run (kick failed) Man Morns, 1 run (Morns puss from Crump) Sil NMMT - Arnold 49 run (Johnston. 0f TJNM'S 39th homecoming. sSllVer City KambleS 4J run (Jonnstrmej Game time is 10 a.m. at; M run (.TnVirtrn 'Zimmerman Field, between the! SILVER CITY (UPI) - i Student Union and old sta-fver City romped to a 46-0 in- dium, with the Latin American -tersectional prep football vic- Detroit Lions rookie fullback !team competing against the jtory Friday over Duncan, Ariz. Nick Ryder and All-Pro tackle North Americans. Six other! Gary Waller, Kenny Wagner Roger Brown hail from thelgames are scheduled during and Leroy Fields each scored NMMI Arnold k:cn i NMMI Arnold k;ck Ancnd&r.ce 1000. same home town, Nyack, N.Y.-the season. Sunland Race Entries two touchdowns for Silver City. i Waller's scores came on a 42- yard run from scrimmage and a 45-yard return of a recovered fumble. The victory gave Silver City a season record of Sunday F.ntrlrf 112, Bcttt'j Folly 114, Warren s Chubby j 8-2. first Race, CI. S To. ft r, 1 117. Impudent 115. ! Tan .. 1-1 H.U DAILY IMJl'BLE , -'ir y u ii xoy hojo ear 1 M. It MS. U9, Dutcliman s Gold 122. Blackie Queen l-'g'ht 116. New Creek 115. Dhabut 114. Wh:rl Me Home 114. Krack S. 114. 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