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Arizona Daily Star from Tucson, Arizona · Page 27

Tucson, Arizona
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Wednesday, September 8, 1993
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Tucson, Wednesday, September 8, 1993 ffbf Ariiona Dailn Slar Cats to start hitting harder in practice Section D Page Five By Anthony Glmlno The Arizona Dally Star The Arizona football team Is expected to take more chances this week and that's Just In practice. Coaches didn't need to watch last week's game film five times to notice that the UA's 24-6 victory over UTEP was of the lackluster variety. r But why? Well, the memory of 1991 still lingers, and that's when the Wildcats suffered a multitude of injuries, many of them in practice. Not wanting a repeat of that, Arizona backed off from contact drills in preseason, holding only one scrimmage In which many of the top players saw limited or no action. n "So, we took a conservative approach in the physical part of the game during two-a-days," said offensive coordinator Duane Aklna. "And that has possibly jumped up and bit us." The lack of live hitting kept the UA mostly healthy and rested. Witness the success of linebacker Sean Harris, who didn't hit at all because of an injured hand. But it has its trade-offs. "When you sacrifice scrimmage time, you sacrifice opportunities to grade your guys on tech- UA FOOTBALL NOTES nique, effort and execution," said defensive coordinator Larry Mac Duff. No matter how many times the UA coaching staff has to hold its breath, more contact in practice might mean more aggressiveness, more execution, on Saturday against Pacific. "We're going to have to live on the edge," Akina said. "Hopefully, we won't lose anybody in practice, but we think it's big enough of a red alert that we're going to have to get after each other." It appeared that most of the breakdowns came along the offensive line, which needs to be more physical, more consistent. The return of right guard Warner Smith should help. He said he was ready to play Saturday following recovery from a sprained knee. "I desperately wanted to play, but they didn't want me to," Smith said. There were other breakdowns on offense. Sometimes running back Ontlwaun Carter didn't find the right hole, other times quarterback Dan White didn't put the offense into a better play. Just as credit Is shared for success, everybody must take a part of the blame. "We've got to be able to run the ball," Akina said. "We cannot live on the throw alone. Dan White has some physical skills, but he's not ready to carry this football team on his right arm." Mac Duff said his defense was also lacking in intensity at times, although Aklna would be thrilled if his offense needed only one touchdown per game to outscore the other team. "We just have to start carrying our weight around here; I'm the first to say that. And we will, if it drives me to my grave," Akina said. Running back Chuck Levy (sprained knee) has been running the steps at Arizona Stadium and is scheduled to return against Illinois on Sept. 18. The status of junior college transfer corner-back Shawn Parnell should be decided this week, according to Mac Duff. Parnell, who had been listed as a backup, has eligibility problems related to his junior college courses Cornerback Mike Scurlock (back) did not practice yesterday. Claudius Wright was his replacement ... Arizona ranks third in the nation in total defense, having allowed 153 yards to UTEP. The UA's rushing defense (minus 8 yards) is first in the country. Pac-10 Continued from Page ID said. "But if you think the Arizona schools have nice athletic facilities, they can't compare to Michigan's." ! And if you think Arizona quarterback Dan White was under pressure playing in his first game in four years against UTEP, consider Wazoo senior quarterback Mike Pattinson. He made the first start of his collegiate career against the Wolverines (19 for 33, 138 yards, one interception, one touchdown). The Cougars were thrilled to es-. cape Ann Arbor with no serious injuries. At least they've played the toughest game on their schedule. Bill "Groucho" Walsh took 13 true freshmen to Seattle for Stanford's opener against Washington. But the Cardinal's problem wasn't youth, it was speed. ' "They say speed kills, and speed is what killed us," center Glen Cavan-aughsaid. ... The Huskies should be even better this weekend at Ohio State, although they'll have a tough time recreating the emotion from the Groucho Game. Tailback Beno Bryant and receiver Joe Kralic return afer serving one-game suspensions for accepting unearned money from summer jobs. Former Washington coach Don James was at Saturday's game. He even popped his head in the UW coaching booth to ask about Stanford's defensive alignment after quarterback Damon Huard hit Mark Bruener for a 66-yard touchdown. James has been very visible since his resignation last month. He sat in the press box during the Huskies' second preseason scrimmage, and he talks to new coach Jim Lam-bright regularly. James even has a weekly call-in show on KJR radio. . . . UCLA coach Terry Donahue is being criticized for poor play-calling in the Bruins' 27-25 loss to California. Trailing by two points with 20 seconds remaining, the Bruins had a second-and-10 on Cat's 28. Instead of playing for a field goal redshirt freshman BJorn Merten had made kicks from 30 and 36 yards earlier in the game Bruins quarterback Wayne Cook tried to hit JJ. Stokes across the middle. The ball was intercepted by Eric Zomalt, and UCLA's threat was over. Donahue was asked why he attempted a risky pass. "Six-foot putts are easier than 16-foot putts," he said. "To get a high-percentage (field goal), we thought we needed an extra 10 yards." The reasoning may be sound, but after last year's eighth-place finish, UCLA fans want victories, not logic. The defeat becomes more significant when you consider the Bruins' upcoming schedule. They'll have this weekend off, then play Nebraska, at Stanford, at San Diego State (Marshall Faulk on five days' rest?), Brigham Young and Washington. It's possible UCLA will be 0-6 entering its Oct. 23 game at Oregon State. However, the Bruins' defense, which allowed Cal tailback Llndsey Chapman to rush for 160 yards, should improve with star linebacker Jamir Miller returning from a one-game suspension. ... Houston quarterback Jimmy Kllngler provided USC with some bulletin board fodder. In a conference call early last week, Kllngler scoffed at USC's football mystique. Then, after USC's 49-7 victory, Cougars coach Kim Helton defended Klingler. "When an adult says it, it's stupid. When a young man says it, it's ego," Helton said. "But in a sense, it's the truth. There was no OJ. Simpson out there. Did you see one? I didn't" Klingler may get an "A" for accuracy, but he gets an "F for timing. It wasn't the smart thing to say with the Trojans coming off a 31-9 loss to North Carolina the previous week. sr. LEGAL NOTICE $ - APPLICATION FOR AUTHORITY OF US Mortgage Corporation of Delaware, Inc. TO: ARIZONA CORPORATION COMMISSION Corporations Division P.O. Box 6019, Phoenix. Arizona 85005, (or) 402 West Congress. Tucson. Arizona 85701 PURSUANT TO THr- PROVISION OF SECTIONS 10-110, 10-111 and 10-118, ARIZONA BUSINESS CORPORATION ACT, THE UNDERSIGNED CORPORATION HEREBY APPLIES FOR AUTHORITY TO TRANSACT BUSINESS IN ARIZONA. FIRST: This application is: -X- (1) An original application pursuant to A.R.S. Sec. 10-110. (2) An application for new authority pursuant to A.R.S. Sec. 10-118 as a result of: (a) A change in the corporation's name as set forth In the second paragraph. (b) A desire to pursue in this State different of additional purposes than those set forth in the corporation's prior Application for Authority as more fully described in the ninth paragraph herein. . SECOND: The name of the corporation is: US Mortgage Corporation of Delaware, Inc. THIRD: If the name of the corporation does not contain the word "association' , "bank", "corporation ", "company", "incorporated or "limited" or does not contain an abbreviation of one of such words, then the name of the corporation with the word or abbreviation which it elects to add thereto for use in ARIZONA is NA FISCAL YEAR END: April 30. FOURTH: It is Incorporated under the laws of LEGAL NOTICE Oe 3yy are FIFTH: The date of its incorporation is January 4, 1979 and the period of its duration is Perpetual. SIXTH: The address of its principal office in the jurisdiction under the laws of the state or county in which it is incorporated is: Corporation Trust Center 1209 Orange Street, Wilmington, DE 19801. SEVENTH: The address of the proposed known place of business in Arizona is: 51 West Wet-more, Suite 6, Tucson, AZ 85705. EIGHTH: The name and address of the proposed statutory agent in Arizona is: CT Corporation System 3225 North Central Ave., Phoenix, AZ 85012. NINTH: A brief statement of the character of the business which the corporation initially intends to conduct in Arizona and the purpose for which the corporation is organized is: US Mortgage Corporation of Delaware will conduct a mortgage broker business in Arizona, and the transaction of all lawful business for which cor porations may be incorporated under the Arizona Business Corporation Act. TENTH: The names and respective addresses of its directors and officers are: SENIOR OFFICERS: H. Robert Nagel President 55 Hadd on-field Road Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (609) 779-6540. David A. Goldberg Senior Vice President 55 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (609) 779-6543. Terence W. Edwards Senior Vice President 55 Haddonfield Road Cherry Hill, NJ 08002 (609) 779-6491. David L. Bemer Vice PresidentAssistant Secretary 55 Haddon- If you have it, use it, If you don't have it, get it Call 88-EXTRA for details and start saving TODAY! LEGAL NOTICE field Road Cherry Hill, NJ 0B002 (609) 661-3072. DIRECTORS: Robert D. Kunisch President and Chief Executive Officer, PHH Corporation Office Phone: (410) 771-2481. H. Robert Nagel President, PHH US Mortgage Corporation Office Phone: (410) 771-2481. ELEVENTH: The aggregate number of shares which it is authorized to issue, itemized by class, par value of shares, shares without pi vaiue, ana series, ii any, wiinm a uictss is. iuu SHARES, Common CLASS, No SERIES, $1 Par TWELFTH: The aggregate number of its is shares, itemized by class, par value of sh Value. issued oar value of shares. shares without par value, and series, if any, within a class is: 100 SHARES, Common CLASS. No SERIES, $1 Par Value. THIRTEENTH: The amount of its stated capital, as defined in the Arizona Business Corporation Act is: $100,000. FOURTEENTH: The application is accompanied by a copy of its Articles of Incorporation and all amendments thereto, duly authenticated within 60 days of delivery of these documents, by the E roper officer of the State or County under the iws of which it is incorporated. FIFTEENTH: Has any person (s): (a) serving either by election or appointment as an officer, director or trustee, incorporator of the corporation, (b) controlling or holding 20 of the proprietary, beneficial or membership interest in the corporation, served in any such capacity or held such interest in any corporation which has been placed in bankruptcy or receivership or had its charter revoked? YES NOX LEGAL NOTICE If your answer to the above question is "YES", you MUST attach the following information for each such corporation: 1. Name and address of the corporation. 2. Full name, including alias(es) and address (es) of each person or person (s) involved. 3. State (s) in which the corporation: (a) Was incorporated. (b) Has transacted business. 4. Dates of corporate operation. 5. A description of the bankruptcy, receivership or charter revocation, including the date, the court or agency involved, and the file or cause number of the case. SIXTEENTH: Under penalties of law, I declare mat i win comply witn tne provisions ot a.m.s Sec. 10-128.01. Under oenalties of law. I declare that I haun ay- amined this application and to the best of my knowledge and belief it is true, correct and complete. US Mortaaae Corooration of Delaware. Inc. Bv: Is! H. Robert Naoel President By: s David L. Bemer mssi. oecreiarv, I. C T CORPORATION SYSTEM, having been designated to act as Statutory Agent, nereby consent to act in that capacity untir removed or resignation is submitted in accordance with the Arizona Revised Statutes. 8 Frank T. Stephens Frank T. Stephens, Ass't Vice President (Signature of Statutory Agent) Publish September 6, 7 and 8, 1993 The Arizona Daily Star LrfjB 1993 Arizona Women's Volleyball Scream ln ' to the top Schedule Poster Night Arizona Wildcats vs. Washington State Cougars Friday, September 17 7:00 p.m. in McKale Center FREE volleyball poster for first 500 fans! Autograph session following match! McDonald's McGrowl Towel Night Arizona Wildcats vs. Washington Huskies Saturday, September 18 7:00 p.m. in McKale Center FREE Bear Down McGrowl Towel for first 500 fans! For more information Call 621-2411 NEWSPAPERS li V-.. Oi IF"(0)ottIbailfl ARMED SERVICES PAY Military displays consisting of aircraft, equipment & vehicles on the UA Mall. Open to the public from 4-7 p. m. Military football ticket discount: $5 economy tickets with any valid military ID card, (limited supply) Firearms & satellite communications displays. Military police dog demonstrations. Army Band salute during pre-game. September 11 7:07 p.m. Kick Off Arizona Stadium Arizona vs. Pacific For information, call 621-2411 N E W S P A P E I S MOTOROLA 8000H GET A ROYAL ELECTRONIC ORGANIZER WHEN YOU SIGN UP FOR A YEAR OF US WEST CELLULAR SERVICE. mil Services Provided by National Telephone Specializing in cellular, paging and long distance needs 4619 N. Oracle Hd. In The Tucson Auto Mali rr J ACTIVATION I REQUIRED imvE&tELLULAR 887-3626 HOURS: MONDAY-FRIDAY 8:30-6:00 SATURDAY 10-2 LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Seizure and Intent to Forfeit: The Office of the District Director of Customs, Noga-les, A2. August 31, 1993. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 607, Tariff Act of 1930, notice is hereby given of the seizure of the following merchandise to wit: Case 93260500046, Date 050693, 39 Cellular Telephones, 19 Telephone Accessories, Bond Amount $835.00. Case 93260500054, Date 060393. 151 Cellular Telephones. Bond Amount $3100.00. Seized at MesaPhoenix, on the date(s) shown for violations of: 19USC1595a(c); 18USC549. Unless claim therefore is filed in this office in accordance with Section 608, Tariff Act of 1930, said merchandise will be declared forfeited on September 29, 1993, and will be disposed of as provided by law. Anyone claiming any of the above merchandise must file claim therefore and post the prescribed bond in the amount noted above with this office within 20 days from the first publication of this notice. sBarbara L. Silvia for District Director Publish September 8, 15, 22, 1993 The Arizona Daily Star m LEGAL NOTICE Notice of Seizure and Intent to Forfeit: The Office of the District Director of Customs, Noga-les, Az. August 31, 1993. Pursuant to the provisions of Section 607, Tariff Act of 1930, notice is hereby given of the seizure of the following mercnandise to wit: Case 93260100218, Date i 061993, 1977 Chevrolet Nova VIN: 1X69U7L 124750, 1 Horse Trailer, 1 Ruger .22 1 Cal Pistol 15-76413, 1 Intra Tec 9MM PistoJ 0011365, 1 Jennings .25 Cal Handgun 244463, 1 Ruger .223 Cal Rifle 188-52419, 2 . Ruger 7.62 Rifles 18602921 18602075, Ruger .22 Cal Rifle 23455960, 10 Magazine, ' 6672 Rounds Various Ammo, Bond Amount $565.00. Case 93260200109, Date 051793, 1 22 Cal Pistol 301942, 49 Rounds Various . Ammo, U.S. Currency $15,416.00, Bond Amount $1553.00. Case 93260900077, Date 052593, ? Coin Sets, 6 Coins, U.S. Currency $16,463.00. Bond Amount $1741.00. Seized at Douglas , Tucson, Arizona, on the datefs) shown for violations of: 22USC401; 22USC2778: 21USC841: -21USCB46: 19USC!595a; 21USC881. Unless claim therefore is filed in this office in accord-ance with Section 608, Tariff Act of 1930, said merchandise will be declared forfeited on Sepc tember 29, 1993, and will be disposed of as provided by law. Anyone claiming any of the above merchandise must file claim there ore and post the prescribed bond In the am un -noted above with this office within 20 days from the first publication of this notice. sBarbara L Silvia for District Director Publish September 8, 15, 22, 1993 - 4 The Arizona Daily Star ;., i Attention: EXTRA! Card Members EXTRA! SPECBAL SAUSAGE SHOP Tucson's Largest Selection of Homemade Sausage Unsliced 1 12 lb. chunks Summer Sausage Garlic Salami Jalapeno Salami Jalapeno and Cheese Salami u LB. Reg. $3.99 Prices good thru 9-15-93 AUSACE HOP 1015 W. Prince 888-1701 Hours M-Fri. 8-5, Sat. 8-4, Closed Labor Day . This offer is available this week only with your EXTRA! Card. Become a member today and enjoy saving at more than 1 000 locations. EXTRA! 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