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SIATFFniTflM Tucson, Sunday, November 8, 1987 Section E Page Seven Qhr Arizona Xlailn Slur yes s a i a uvnrivii UTEP ends 20-year lest Transmissions COMPLETELY OVERHAULED AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSIONS AILUWLUWfKIUi 5283 E. 22nd Overhaul includes parts & labor, re- Phone Day or Night moval & installation, written warranty, 7Qfl C497 free road test. U" JtZ 0M0"0"0FREE TOWING IN CITY LIMITS W0VERHAUl$OO"O' BBSS at Utah WAC Burnett, Runyan had scoring passes to six different receivers. He completed 23 of 39 passes for 385 yards. Runyan's effort broke the Wyoming record of four touchdown passes in a game, shared by four others, including Burnett. The victory, the sixth straight for the Cowboys, improved their league-leading record to 5-0 and 7-2 overall. The Lobos, whose offense consisted of quarterback Barry Garrison's passing arm and a blocked punt, is 0-6 and 0-8. Linebacker Clay Orrison returned a blocked Wyoming punt 37 yards for a touchdown and Garrison had a two-yard scoring run. Kicker Rick Walsh gave New Mexico its only lead with a first quarter 18-yard field goal. "nwrrr . ui MiiJMiiiiwnMnTwmTTO The BIG Di fference In Small Copiers Is by Scott Lieber, as the Miners dominated the offense. UTEP tight end Arnie Adkison caught 10 passes for 200 yards, most of them coming on third-and-long situations. The Miners punted just once in the game. UTEP quarterback Pat Hegargy completed a 33-yard pass to Barry Parker on the first play of the game, and moments later found Adkison for a 24-yard scoring pass. The Utes jumped right back when Clifton Smith returned the ensuing kickoff 98 yards for a touchdown. Midway through the first quarter, Utah's Clarence Fields intercepted a Hegarty pass at the Utah 23 and then quarterback Chris Mendonca scored on a two-yard keeper. On the conversion attempt, the snap from center was fumbled and Utah led, 13-7. In the second quarter, Harvey scored on a 4-yard run to cap an 88-yard drive and put the Miners ahead, 14-13. The Associated Press SALT LAKE CITY John Harvey rushed for 202 yards and three touchdowns as Texas-El Paso defeated Utah, 30-24, yesterday in a Western Athletic Conference college football game. It was Utah's first loss at home to UTEP in 20 years. The victory improved UTEP's record to 5-1 in the WAC, 7-2 overall, and kept the Miners in the running for the conference title. The loss dropped the Utes to 2-4, 5-5. Harvey's 202 yards gave him 1,068 yards for the season. He scored on runs of four, five and 19 yards. UTEP overcame a mistake-ridden first half to win. Utah led, 21-14, at halftime after the Miners turned the ball over five times on four interceptions and a fumble. But all Utah could manage in the second half was a 38-yard field goal SHARP -V. JTA. The SF-7I0O Super Sharp Quality In a small business copier Where Copies COSTLESS 622-3373 4355 S. Santa Rita Ave. In The Tucson Business Park 4000 S. 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Mike Perez passed for 435 yards, most of them to wide receivers Guy Liggins and Kenny Roberts, and had three touchdown passes for San Jose State as the Spartans beat Pacific, 42-17, yesterday to clinch a berth in the California Bowl. San Jose, leading the Pacific Coast Athletic Association football race with a 6-0 record, is assured of at least a tie for the title and has beat Fullerton State, the only team" with a chance to share the crown. Thf Spartans, 9-1 overall, will play the Mid-American Conference champ, either Bowling Green or Eastern Michigan, in the Dec. 12 bowl game at Fresno. Perez completed 20 of 36 passes and opened the game's scoring with TD passes of 16 and 65 yards to Liggins in the first quarter. Liggins had 188 yards on eight catches. Roberts had 171 yards on seven catches, including one for a touchdown. Liggins became the first player in San Jose history to gain more than 1,000 yards receiving in a season, raising his total to 1,091. Perez threw a six-yard TD pass to running back James Saxon in the second period. Saxon threw an 11-yard TD pass to tight end Bill Klump on an option play in the final quarter. Aztecs lose, but Santos gets record The Associated Press PROVO, Utah Todd Santos of San Diego State became the NCAA's career passing leader yesterday against Brigham Young, which had refused to give him a scholarship. Despite Santos' record efforts, the Aztecs lost, 38-21. Santos set the record with one minute and 36 seconds to play with a 23-yard pass to Ron Slack. That gave him a career total of 10,632 yards, pushing him ahead of Fresno State's Kevin Sweeney atop the NCAA Division I-A career passing list. With 16 seconds to play, Santos threw a 13-yard scoring pass, his first of the game, to increase his record total to 10,661 yards. Santos, a 6-foot-2 senior, completed 19 of 38 passes for 248 yards in the game. Sweeney passed for 10,623 yards from 1982-86. 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KocIki) tUOed to match Thursday November 12th 7:30 Tip-off J eau.pped vehicles. tnStaiiatm f? (3- och ci ""o 1 Twjr-yjt: TLT'TfU ALL SERVICES FOR MOST CARS AND LIGHT TRUCKS i M fm Ml Sitlf AS CAiM V rvtqq rtf. FrvPM HmK sad iw hrepgnt OMers Mniw luewWi IW I nowlld tf Woj tatreit Srtj?," 1 hKmwmhK .s WiC Intatxaonilimt fnmi n Ms s an in,, Vl,MaM,J.ljaM-J i..Litwtcr ini ji li ' trme-m Bar ir.w pitin.KT.ii SureuM rnixm Get your tickets early and avoid same night lines. feBM aH I ea mM whiiwhi elftea raaom euanne tr eener at a iftwtul nni TUCSOamtLl WIIH0T El CON Mt I THCRKTDtLE 1ST IVE. WETM0AE WB.H0T t BRDWT SHOPPiUfi CENTER J710 W. Ml 00. N. 1ST I GRiNT MI-116S J5HI6I 1114070 7444717 1214411 m.-r :nwtot i i al Sji tatam am 74 Ha. I S CaltartaaeMm (H Sflvta HU.UU Buy your tickets in advance from the McKale Center Ticket Office Monday-Thursday 9-4. Tickets are only $3.00 - General Admission Seating Santos also set the WAC career total offense record in the second quarter, passing former BYU quarterback Jim McMahon. McMahon, now with the NFL's Chicago Bears, had 9.723 yards total offense from 1977-81. -

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