Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on October 12, 1967 · Page 108
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 108

Phoenix, Arizona
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Thursday, October 12, 1967
Page 108
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AP Wlr«phot* LINEMAN OF THE WEEK — North Carolina State's Terry Brookshire is Associated Press' Lineman of the Week. Brookshire led a pressing defense in the defeat of second-ranked Houston, 16-6, last Saturday. Boys' Club Tab AltStar Team BOSTON (AP) - The Soys' Clubs of America selected 13 present and former major league baseball players yesterday on their Alumni All- Star team. The players were all former Boys Club members. They in eluded: Pitchers, Bucky Walters, Sal Maglie; catcher, Bill Dickey; first base, Mickey Vernon; second base, Danny Murtaugh; third base, Brooks Robinson; shortstop, Rabbit Maranville; outfield, Joe DiMaggio, Jimmy Piersall, Ben Chapman; manager, Joe Cronin; coaches, Jim Hegan, Jim Wilson. Angotti Leads Flyers PHILADELPHIA (AP)-Center Lou Angotti has been named captain of the fledgling Philadelphia Flyers of the National Hockey League, it was announced yesterday. rib PUB Lit, ]\o IntorfopHon* hi 5 Pantos BULLDOG Axer Defensive Backs EmBarrassed By BILL NIXON Northern Arizona Burean FLAGSTAFF — It's downright embarrassing this year for Northern Arizona University's defensive secondary. They haven't intercepted a pass all season (5 games). Good - natured kidding by teammates this week may spark Jim Fuller, Bruce Branstrom, Al Circosta and Craig Ballew to dissect the passing game of Western Illinois University's Leathernecks here Saturday afternoon. Speaking out so he could be heard by the secondary members of the defensive unit, linebacker Bob Smith, also co-captain, commented, "We've had three pass interceptions this year ... and all by linemen." 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The 1966 Lumberjacks, who included Fuller and Circosta in the secondary, picked off 19 enemy passes in 10 games, including six Pnwnlx, Tnnfs., Oct. 12, 19«t The Arizona Republic Quaker •!•!• MOTOR OIL in one game. Circosta, who will start at right cornerback Saturday if Chick Harris isn't ready, led the team last season with 5 interceptions for 131 yards. One went for 70 yards that beat Idaho State in the final minute. Meanwhile, Coach Andy MacDonald is concerned that ing Leathernecks lightly. Other than their battle with Western Illinois In Flagstaff, the players have been Invited to two other weekend events. Saturday night at 6:30 o'clock they will attend a wedding ceremony at Our Lady of Guadalupe church in Flagstaff. Senior Quarterback Ted James will wed Miss Virginia Lent of Tucson. Sunday at 4 p.m. the varsity team members will be guests of the Flagstaff Town- jacks for a steak fry at Fort Tuthill. 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