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t SOUTHLAND COLLEGES NOWHERE TO GO-Long Beach State running ??-c- Ch-uck Benbow finds little running room in Wichita State's defense and veers to his right to find maneuvering room. Wichita won, 35-21. AP Wlrepholo Wichita St. Defeats Long Beach 35-21 WICHITA, Kan. (UPI) -Quarterback Jim Andrus passed for three touchdowns, ran for another and gained 207 yards in total offense Saturday to lead Wichita State to a 35-21 victory over Long Beach State. Wichita (4-4) scored four touchdowns in the first quarter and dominated play. The Wheatshockers held Long Beach to only four yards rushing and allowed the 49ers to cross midfield only twice in the first half. Long Beach crossed midfield only five times in the game, including two on touchdown drives in the fourth quarter with the game beyond reach. Andrus, who hit 10 of 18 of his passes for 165 yards while playing three quarters, directed touchdown drives of 74, 44 and 40 yards. Mickey Collins scored on 34 and 23-yard passes from Andrus in the first period. Andrus scored on a 16-yard run with 7:06 left in the first quarter to give Wichita the lead for good at 14-7. Wichita led 28-7 at halftime and 35-7 after the third quarter. Jeff Haney scored the first touchdown with less than two minutes played after Long Beach kicker Woody Tressler fumbled a pass from center on the 49ers. Andrus passed 32 yards for his final touchdown to Bryan Hanning after Wichita intercepted a pass by Jim Freitas in the third quarter. Freitas, fourth leading passer in the nation with an average of 18 completions and 207 yards per game, hit 13 of 30 for 142 yards and was intercepted four times before being benched in the third quarter. Chuck VanLiew scored Long Beach's two touchdowns tete in the fourth quarter on 1-yard runs. The other Long Beach score was by Tim Cunningham on a 1-yard run in the first period. Beach score was by Tim Cunningham on a 1-yard run in the first period. SCORE BY QUARTERS LBS-VanUew 1 run (Byrd pass Long Heach St 7 0 0 W-21 wl" "ttoomganj Wicftlta SI 28 0 7 o-.n W Maria.. I Ml in . . ... LBS LBS-Clrnnlnnhi.m 1 ,-r "...' - lu.nvS. ?? w ,rom Andrus Rushes-yards 51-113 4S-M8 (Van Vleet kick) Yards passing 259 in) iir.:S.J'?f J? p,!s ,rom Andrus Return yards 57 58 (Van vleet kick) Passes 23-50-5 11-24-3 ws-Hannlng 32 pass from Andrus Punts 9-26 6-41 IVan Vleet kick) FumWes-lest o'l 3- LBS-VanLlew 1 run (pass failed) Penalties-yards ... 10-94 6-67 Helix, Gerhardt Score Victories in Mt. SAC Prep Cross Country Helix of La Mesa won the team sweepstakes race and John Gerhardt of Costa Mesa upset Chuck and Frank As-summa of Eisenhower in-the fastest time of the day in the Boys High School Division of the Mt. San Antonio Cross Country Invitational held Saturday on the hilly 3-mile course at Mt. San Antonio College. Gerhardt took a 20-yard advantage on a hilly portion of the course just past the l'-mile mark that Chuck Assum-ma couldn't quite make up over the final half-mile. Gerhardt s time of 14:56.3 broke the course mark of 15:33.0 set camci una year uy jvyie liruoer 01 south Hills. TFAM VCCKTIVEC. ItJmwin UAL-1. Gerhardt (CM), 14:56.3 (course record, old mark. 15:33.0. Gruber, South Hills, 1977); 2. c. As-sumnio IE), 14:57.3; ). Rose (H), 15:01.7; 4. Young (CM), 1S:06.4 5. Keller (H), 15:09.6; 6. Nelson (Burbank), 15:15.6; 7. C. Kester (Artesla), 15:21.6; 8. Anderson (ivt), 15:25.4; 9. Avery (BV), 15:28.7; 10. B. Kester (Artesia), 15:29.7; 11; Cleves (H), 15:30.6; 12. F. Assummo (E), 15:31.9; 13. Buhler (FV), 15:32.2; 14. Perez (K), 15:32.4; 15. Daley (F), 15:33.5; 16 T. Downs (S), 15:35. 17. Hamblln (MV), 15:37.); 18. Ponce (K), 15:38.7. TEAIW-1. Hell 101 (78:08.0); 2. f.,0"!U!'JK 73.0); 3. Elsenhower, ilJVkiS31: Kr" lSD. '5' (79:47.9); 5. Costa Mesa, 164 (79:29.51; 6. Fountain Vatley, 171 (80:08.0); 7. Marina, 195 (80:44.8); 8. Westminster, 196 (81:04.8); 9. Newbury Park, 215 (81:16.0); 10. Skyline (Oakland), 217 (80:54.8); 11. Monte vista (SOI, 218 (82:10.2); 12. Bonis Vista (SD), 231 (81:34.3). INDIVIDUAL SWEEPSTAKES: IND. -1. Webb (LP Kennedy), 15:06.6; 2. MedWn (LA University), 15:11.5; 3, iein l3:'.v; 4. epiner (BA), i'SS,.." ,eAc.h' '"' Bron lAlto Loma), 15:38.6; 10. B. Shlplev jpa sopn;, 15:44.5. TEAM T Ranrhn Alamltos, 81:23.6; 1 Corner lilo 267 SMS.!" " oishop Amat INDiyiDUAL-1. Harrlng iklS',",?0!' !fi8J:?-3' 189 181:411.2); 7. Redlands, 196 (82:24.1); 8 ,1Sr,cA.Jlf) El Dwado 2 "gjteJ0. Slml, 232 (82:50.8). . 0Tt!S1 INDIVIDUAL TIMES-Pe-ters (Bishop), 15:29.0; Varley (Craw- ,??, ,15:29.3; Woodland (La M-L; Ranlck (Sherman Ind -T. Martin (San Morlno), SS2SE,e"?Jf mont), 15:39.9. ,.E,, TEAM TIMES-Tustln, 81:22.4; Villa Park, 81:28.0; Valhalla Ml Walnut, 81:32.7; Bishop, SS) Agouro, 82.SS.3; University tlnliCt!' (5D), 82:35.7; Burroughs (R), 82-494; ij.ju.1, a. mos li-ennoKJ, 6. K. (SD), 82:357- Burraiinht Vpi . ie i Morales (Camarlllo), 15:33.8; 7. Carr NmltLnbrlSioSh.'K?-'1 (Mlra Costa), 15:34.5; 8. Dull (Hun- HlTs, 8590. 1 '" U4R D"" ATCOA Automotive Training Corporation of America ATCOA is offering technical courses to automotive mechanics in order to upgrade and improve your earning power. These courses are offered at ATCOA's new training facility located near the Carson Mall. Space is limited to 12 registrants per course. Curst Date Time Basic Auto Electric Hoy 14-18 Evening CIS. Constant Injection System 'VW,Por,Hiicedes, Volvo, Saab, Until. Hoy 14-15 Da, MPC-IFC Fuel ln. Svs. Wor. Key 16-18 . Day VW Type 1 Air Cooled ' Manual Trans Hey 21-23 pay VW Air Cooled Tune-up & mission Control Kpy 21-23 Eenlng VW Babbit Manual Trans rfov 30 Pgc 1 Day Calif. Snog Installers Hoy 28-D.ec 2 Evening Interested in becoming a mechanic? VW Pre-Apprentice training begins November 14. Honda Pre-Apprentice Training begins Nov. Call for information on the above courses at 639-9610 Cal Lutheran Makes It Six in a Row John Kindred put on a passing exhibition as Cal Lutheran beat U.S. International University, 45-22, at Thousand Oaks. It was Cal Lutheran's sixth straight win and seventh in eight games, and the 45 points is a season high. USIU is 1-7. Kindred hit 25 of 33 passes for 378 yards and four touch-downs-30, 32, 79 and 6 yards, and his teammates tacked on 84 rushing yards for a 462-yard day. Harry Hendrick caught four of Kindred's passes for 151 yards and three touchdowns. - John Dohle kicked and passed Cal State Northridge to a 19-0 win over Cal Poly Pomona at Pomona, The senior conventional-style kicker hit on field goals of 35, 47, 57 and 38 yards. The 57-yarder, aided by a wind, broke a school record (55 yards, Jose Ballina, 1973). Dohle also hit 5 of 10 passes for 200 yards. Northridge is now 5-2 over all and 1-0 in CCAA play: Cal Poly is 0-6 and 0-1. Reid Myers' third field goalof the game midway through u. ty-1 yu bvc neuianus a sual. victory over v.vwu.io,. usuianua iuuk a io-u ieao in me iirst period but Omrlpntal fnro-aH a 9lio i . quarter on the passing of Tom Hamilton, who completed 27 Redlands is 4-2; Occidental 3-3. With quarterback Joe Davis leading the way, heavily favored San Diego State routed Tulsa, 41-7, at San Diego Davis passed for 124 yards and two touchdowns as San j-.v.6 uiiuiuvcu us recora to tj-l, wmie the Golden Hurricane was losing its fifth straight and seventh in eight eames. San Diego jumped to a 13-0 lead in the first quarter on a fi.varH mini ratiin, V,,, rM Dr.,.: j-t. . o ',r; uj "" "lauiis ana a uavis-to-Konnie bmith 21 -yard scoring pass. Tulsa quarterback Bill Blankenship passed for 178 yards o S' T ,T "r5t ume m tnree games. San Diego tailback David (Deacon) Turner sat out most of TnA OQYta unfit n ) J u:. 6nic wiiu a auuuiuer injury. Bruce McLain intercepted two passes and kicked a 29 yard field goal to lead Cal State Los Angeles over the Uni versitv of San Tt'wun fi-fl at Son nioon Cal State L.A., now 3-4, handed San Diego its fifth iwoo miu ocvciiin in eigni games, uai siaie l.a. Azusa Pacific miArfArliooL- n.A n . .v unu , . wiiiv udiiie uii tne n v". t T" v.Il;""' uver al' Mry s at Mor- aga. Gano hit Don Israel and then Steve Miller on 34-yard pass plays, setting up a one-yard scoring plunge by Alex v.:. f .i i i . ' uuny s KicKer, ievin anea. hit field goals of 49 and 35 yards, Azusa is 4-2; St. Mars SCIAC WhlHierl3,LaVerneO La Verne 0 0 0 0-0 Whittier 7 0 6 0-13 Wnl-Chave: 20 pass (rom Terrazas (Warren kick) Whl-Alkfre 26 pass from Terraias (kick failed) Attendance-1,500 Clar.-Mudd 13, Pomona Pltzer 0 Ctaremont-Mudd 7 0 6 0-13 Pomona Pltier 0 0 0 00 CM-Reed 4 run (kick good) CM Bullock 30 pass from Chester (kick failed) Attendance -3,000. Redlands 22, Occidental 21 Redlands 13 0 6 3-52 Occidental 0 4 n 15-21 Red-FGMyer37 Red FG Myer 20 Red Joyce 8 run (Myer kick) Oxy-Goodlow 6 pass from Hamilton (kick failed) Rcd-Prlnceotlo r pass from Con-ley (kick failed) Oxy-Diefele 9 pass from Hamilton (Luloss kick) ,0xj!.7Fr' 6 P"5 ,rom Hamilton (Goodfow run) Red-FG Myer 24 Attendance -3,000 CCAA CS Northridge 19, CP Pomona 0 CS Northridge 3 0 6 10-19 Cal Poly Pomona 0 0 0 0-0 CSN-FGDoh(e35 C5N-FG Dohle 47 CSN-FG Dohle 57 5fi-ya9ione 1 n (Dohle kick) CSN-FG Oohle 38 Atfendance-2,00 NONCONFERENCE San Diego St. 41, Tulsa 7 Tulsa 0 7 0 0-7 San Diego St. 13 6 15 7-41 SDS-Mathls 63 punt return kick failed) SDS-Smllh 22 pass from Davis (Vessey kick) Tut-Johnson 1 run (Cox kick) SDS-Pearson 26 pass from Hal do (Vessey kick) ,.5DS-Jackson 44 Pa interception (Warren pass from Davis) SOS-Bentcn IS pass from Davis (Vessey kick) SDS-Hiii 7 run (Vessey kick) Attendance 28,306 Cal St. LA 9, U San Diego 0 Cal State LA .........6 3 O 0-9 U San Diego 0 0 0 0-0 CSLA-Duckworth 1 run (kick failed) CSLA-FG B. McCloln 29 Attendance 1,500 Azusa Pacific 13, St. Mary's 6 Azusa Pacific 0 6 0 7-13 St. Mary'i 3 0 3 0-6 St.M-FG5hea49 APC-Dutton 6 run (kick failed) St.M-FG Shea 35 APC-DeluzIo 1 run (Grangsr kick) Fresno St. 28, Idaho St. 7 Idaho St 0 0 0 7-7 Fresno St 7 14 0 7-28 FS-Blzile 14 run (Petrucci kick) FS Henderson 43 pass from Jones (Petrucci kick) FS Jones 58 run (Petrucci kick) ID-Wolley 44 pass from Spoon (Fillmore kick) FS-Woods2 run (Petrucci kick) Attendance-13,923 C P SLO 34, Simon Fraser 20 Simon Fraser 6 7 7 0-20 Cal Poly SLO 7 7 7 13-34 SLO-Hodgson 1 run (Fellgkick) SF-Martln 29 run (kick failed) SF-Passaglla 15 pass from Martin (Passaglla kick) ,-slr.0TMBrlln 13 P" ,rom Ansarl (Fellgklck) SLO-Hgdgson 1 run (Fellgklck) SF-House 2 run (Passaglla kick) SLO Jones 2 run (Fella kick) SLO-Pedrick 2 pass from Ansarl (run tailed) Attendance-4,950 WHA Highlights At Hartford: New England 7, Houston 2. Larry Pleau scored his 3rd and 4Ih goals and Al Smith lowered his league leading goals-agalnst average to 1.46 as Whalers moved back into first place, one point ahead of Winnipeg. Att-9,645. At Indianapolis: Indianapolis 6, Birmingham 2. Bobby Sheehan's three Soal hat trick, including two short-anded goals, ted Racers. Att-9,420. College Soccer USF 1, UCLA 0 Pomona-Pitier 5, Golden West College 1 Azusa Pacific 4, Pt. Loma 0 Engineers S Technicians Westinghouse assignments in Iran Continued growth of our electronics program In Iran offers Immediate openings. Must be experienced In specific areas listed. Central Air Data Computer Systems FIELD ENGINEERS Engineering degree preferred with 2-4 years experience In central air data computer equipment used on military and commercial aircraft such as: A24G (F-4), HG180 (707) CPU118A (F-5E), CPU124A (RF-4). 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