Independent from Long Beach, California on November 30, 1969 · Page 56
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, 49ERS r (SIGH) 32| Rally Subdues Fiery CSLB · ·' - ·'.:. */ : ' . *X " . .£· Jill McCOBMACK Staff Writer SAN DIEGO -- If college football games were four m i n u t e s shorter, Jim vStangeland would be a happy man today. Slangeland wouldn't he particular, either. The four minutes could be taken off the start of a game or (he finish. It was in botli lime spans Saturday night that Stange- State Long Beach football land saw his aggressive Cat team give up the points that denied the 49ers an upset and- presented San Diego State with a 36-32 victory. In the.first four minutes of the game, the unbeaten PCAA Staudings Over-All WLT.PP PA . Lang Pacific 2 2 0 122 94 Fresno St. 1 3 0 72 125 S. Barbara 1 3 0 57 131 San Joee St \ 1 0 34 47 LMAnsslts 0 4 0 6 143 6 4 0 162 M/ 2 8 0 152 345 0 9 0 - 67 3?; Saturday'* Results San Diego St. 3, Long Beach 32. Valley St. *1, Cal 51. L.A. 6. Aztecs lacked up 14 points without ever -bothering to give the ball to the Cal State offense. S t a n g e 1 a n d's batt- lers, however, were able to overcome their early generosity until former Lakewood High and Long Beach City College-gridder ,i Del Pifer scored on a-one-yard run to give the Aztecs their lOtli win of an unbeaten season. . . Ca! .Stale impressed a .San Diego crowd of 31,415 by battling Hie Aztecs nose- to-iiose before dropping Us third contest in 11 outings. Had it not been for the first and last four minutes of the game, Cal : State would have easily handed COLD SHOULDER Georgia Tech's Gene Spiotta gets shoulder from Georgia's Billy Darby and goes spinning to ground. Spiotta gained 15 yards on play and helped ,: Tech to .6-0 upset over Sun Bowl-bound Bulldogs. -AP V/irephaio Knicks Prove They're Human, Finally Lose NEW YORK (UPI) -Jimmy Walker and Eddie Miles, taking up the scoring slack for injured star Dave Bing, combined for 51 points Saturday night lo help Detroit beat New York, 110-98, and snap the Knicks' record National Basketball Assn. winning streak at 18. The Knicks, who lost for 1 " only the second time in 25 games this season, looked flat t h r o u g h t h e first three quarters but still managed to hold a 78-75 lead going into the final 12 minutes of plaj' before Walker and former New York players Butch Komives and Walt Bellamy sparked a fourth-quarter surge that saw Ihe Pistons - : ' ' I ''··· TELEVISION NFL Football: Rams vs. Washington, p, e d s k i n s, 10:15 a.m.; New York Giants vs. Green Bay, 1 p.m., both KNXT (2). AFL Football: Oakland Raiders vs'. New York Jets, 10:30 a.m.; Boston Patriots at Miami Dolphins, 1 p.m., both KNBC Big Ten football (tap* replay), Purdue vs. Indiana, KTTV (11), 1:30 p.m. College Football highlights, KABC (7), 4 p.m. RADIO Rams vs. Washington Redskins, . KMPC, 10:15 a.m. Lakers vs.' Chicago, KABC, 7 p.m. outscore New York, 35-20. Walker, the game's leading scorer with 27 points, hit six crucial free throws in the final five minutes of play to offset every Knick comeback attempt. Komives. who finished with IB points. 12 in the second half, hit on two consecutive three-p o i n t plays and Bellamy scored all of his six points in the final quarter to pace the Pistons' comeback. The Knicks, who have lost both of - their games this season at home, are now 12-2 · at - Madison Square Garden and show a perfect 11-0 record on trie road. the Aztecs 'their first loss in two years. . San Diego won the toss and super quarterback Dennis Shaw w l i i p p . e d his troops 67 yards in seven plays for a touchdown, the score coming on Shaw's 14- yard pass to Tim Delaney. A mixup on the ensuing kickoff caused 49er Bobby Green to fumble and the Aztecs set up shop on the 40er 20. Another Long Beach City alum, John Kafka gained five yards before Shaw wliipped a 15-yard pass to the leaping Delaney and when Al Limahelu " added his second conversion the Aztecs were breezing, 14-0. From that point, however, until halftime, the 49ers were in complete charge, offsetting Shaw's one-yard scoring nui with four scores by tailback Leon Burns and one by split end Billy Parks. That left it .12-21, 49ers, at halftime and Cal'State should have started for home. Guessing that Long Beach would play conservative football in the'final hah", as the 49ers have shown a preference for doing all season, San Diego's defense overwhelmed Cal State in (be second half. San Diego offered a classic example of its poise while working toward the win. Cal State did an effective job of taking away the pass and Shaw showed his class by having his club get the yardage on the ground. The Aztecs cut the edge - to 32-27 early in the fourth period w h e n fullback George Brown culminated a 14-play, 97-yard drive with a nine-yard run. San Diego cut the deficit even more with 8:17 remaining when Lon Woocl- ard caught 49er quarterback Shawn McKinney in the end zone for a safety and then San Diego went 5G yards in 12 plays for the winning touchdown after Cal State's free kick. Shaw threw only once on the final drive, for 12 yards to Delaney. Although it had a bad time of it in those two four- minute periods, Cal State scared the daylights out of the Aztecs the rest of the game. The first lime they got the ball, the 49ers went 79 yards in 12 plays and when Burns scored from the two it was 14-6. Jeff Severson, who intercepted two Shaw passes to run his season total to an A'CAA record-tying 15, set up Cal State's second score with liis first steal. The 49ers went 48 yards in six plays with Burns getting his 25th TD of the year from the seven. San Diego ran only three plays and had to punt and State zipped 57 yards in six plays to go ahead, 18-14, on a fantastic catch of a 25- yard McKinney pass by all- America Billy Parks, play- nig in his first game since early October. Burns set things up with a 25-yard run. The 49ers ran it to 25-14 minutes later when Pete Taculog forced Pifer to fumble and Rich Pelligrin recovered on the Aztec 19. Burns roared around left end behind blocks from Scott Childress and Jeff Riggen for the touchdown on Cal State's first play. At thus juncture, Shaw moved his troops 65 yards in six plays with his one(Continued Page S-3, Col. 3) MAKE ROOM FOR LEON Leon Burns rambles through large hoie in San Diego State line for 15-yard gain in first-quar- PIFER, KAFKA STARS ter action Saturday night. Carl Weathers (50) finally slowed down bruising 49er tailback. --AP Wlrcphols Bruins DETROIT 0 . Miles 9 6-i U Barnttt Ccllamy 2 2-J Bradley Oiscr.ger 2 3 - 5 7 Resd MLmore 2-2 10 DBschr Komives S 6-8 16 Frailer Mueller 3 0 - 1 6 RusseM tfoore 6 0-0 12 Riordan Wa*er 9 9-1227 Sllwrlri 0 0 - 0 He-.vin i 'w 2 Bowman I 3-4 Tolils n J8-3S 110 Tolall T T N.YORK O f f ' 2 i 7 7 3-4 17 9 8-10 « A 2-2 10 1 4-» 14 2 J-3 ' 7 ! M I 5 Former L.B. Preps TM p Haunted Stangeland f ' ^ t | e By GARY RAUSCH Staff Writer SAN DIEGO--Call it Montezuma's Revenge when a couple of former Long Beach athletes seal a San Diego State victory over Cal State Long Beach. WiUi 3:30 showing on the giant San Diego Stadium Scoreboard Saturday, .lolm Kafka led Del Pifer over right guard for the touchdown that gave the powerful Aztecs one of their hardest earned victories in many seasons, 36-32 over the gutty 49crs from Long Beach. "They really sluck it to us," said Pifer in the re- Army Ace Moore Snubs Navy, 27-0 j · PHILADELPHIA i.fl -Lynn Moor* was born too late to become a Navy brat so lie did the next bast thing . . . he became a Navy pest. Army's 205-pound halfback described Saturday in the wake of a 27-0 rout of Navy in which he carried 40. times for 206 yards how he just missed out twice on Navy life. Moore's father served in the Navy during World War II--but Lynn wasn't bom until 19-18. Then, when he was a senior at Ponca INSIDE SPORTS · Long Beach City College basketball team defeats Santa Ana, 81-55. Page S-2 · Kings lose at St. Louis, 3-1. Page S-2. · Rams hid to wrap up division title at Washington. Page S-3. · Arnold Palmer, hack in f o r m , leads by three strokes. Page S-3. · Pacific Coast Club wins N a t i o n a l AAU cross country title. Page S-5. · Bllile Jean King wins Stockholm tennis. Page S-6. City. Okla., High School, and leaning toward a service academy, Navy didn't show the interest--Army did. ' "I was definitely more i n t e r e s t e d i n Navy," Moore confessed. "But their coach called me and told me he couldn't visit me because they had lo confine their interests to the larger towns. "But probably the biggest thing was that Army brought me up for a visit and Navy didn't." Moore, whose '10 carries set an Army record, said he was "higher than I've ever been before for a game. I didn't do anything special to get ready. Navy was enough to get me high." Army steam-rollered its way for 449 yards on the ground, mostly from a power-I formation, with Moore scoring twice. In scoring its most decisive victory over Navy since the 38-0 route of 1949, A r m y completed its season with a 4-5-1 record. Navy finished with one win in 10 games, its worst season since the 1948 team failed lo win in nine games. Despite the poor records of the two teams, the usual 102.000 fans packed massive John F. Kennedy Stadium enjoying the annual pageantry it not the calibre of football. iievcd Aztec dressing room, relieved in that Die game didn't last another few minutes. "Those guys were so psyched up the first half, they didn't do anything wrong," praised the former Lakewood High tackle and Long Beach City College light end. "I couldn't have, lived it down, if we'd have lost. "Siangeland is going lo give Coryell fils for a few years al Ihis rate," Pifer added, echoing Ihe feelings' of his teammates. "I just hope Boston U. isn't as tough." Pifer gained 74 yards on 21 carries while Kafka, who turned out for Ihe 49ers 'in 1987 but broke his collai- )xne the first day of practice, added 58 on 11 tries. It was (heir thrusts in the CSLB f r o n t wall t h a t spelled Ihe difference IIP- twccn victory and defeat. ''We needed a score right, there and since ilicy wore s h u t t i n g off Ihe pass, we stayed on the ground, explained the former Jordan High and LBCC fullback. "They really threw us off the first half with llieir three-man rush: we didn't know what to do. "But coach Coryell got us together at halftime and told us our mistakes and it was a different ball game. "Who handles their defense?" asked Kafka, who Pifer calls the best clutch player we have." Though excited over his Aztecs' 10th win of the season, Don Coryell called for riuiet in the dressing room. (Continued Pg. S-6, Col. a) Georgia Tech 6, Georgia \ t Fresno 36, Harbor 13. Florida AM 34, Tampa Navy Army 8 0 » 1-- « I) ( 14 7--27 28. Army--Moore 5 run (run failed) Army-Mssclelle 6 pass from Wall tlen- "Army--Moore 1 run (Jensen vrck) Arm"--Andrzeicrafc S run (Jensen kick) A--107,000 Detroit ... .......... n J7 M is-- us New York ........ M 27 !7 «-- » Fouled cot -- none. rotai fouls -- Dttroil, U; r.'t* Yo.-f, Alt. -- D.500. Horse Racing--Caliente, 11:30 a.ni; Semipro Baseball--Rockets vs. L.A. Phillies, Blair [·'ield, 1:30 p.m. Auto Racing--Women's Figure-8 stocks, ?. p.m.; .NASCAR sports, 7:30 p.m., both Ascot Park: Pro Basketball--Chicago vs. Lakers, Forum, 7 p.m. Georgia Georgia Tech Ttcli--V/iU!ams I A-40.1M r-tnt Do-.vns Rushing Yardas* Passino Yardase ? elurn Yardaga JSS25 Punls Fumbles Lost Yards penalized Navy 103 4.1 r-j 1-33 How Top 10 T-'arerl United Prcis mternatTMial 1. Texas (9-5) KrJ no* plav. 2. x-Penn Srate (10 G del. No. Carcli- r.i Stale., 3-8. 3. Arkansas (9-0) did roi Play, -i. x-Scutlwrn California (9-0-1). 5. x-MhiQjri (9-11. 6. x-Oriio Stale (R-1). 7. x-LouIsiana Stale [9-U. a. x-M:ci-,;gan (3-?). *,. x-No!r« Dame (8-1-1K '0. x-UCLA (l-l-n. x -- Sessort compie'.td. Gil Stale L.B. Falls in i\CA A Water Polo By Al.l.FA' WOLFE UCLA played lethargically in the first half, s e e m i n g l y content "freeze" the b n l l w i t h Irol ladies, then exploded for three goals in the second half to crush California. 5-2. and win the first XCAA water polo championship .Saturday night at Ihe Belnionl Plaza Olympic pool. A packed house of 1,300 s;iw (he Bruins, seeded .\o. 1 in Hie two-day, eight-team tournament, become the first of 52 NCAA sanctioned teams to win the championship, which was organized this year. The Bruin strategy was apparent from the opening sprint for the ball as UCLA controlled Ihe tip ;:nd immediately went into its "slow-down" offense. The first score of the match d i d n ' t come until Torrey Webb, UCLA co- captain and lop goal scorer, connected on a 10-foot strike with 2:14 left in Ihe first quarter. Lance Dilloway of Cal knotted the score at 1-1 when he isolated himself to the right of the UCLA goal and beat the lunge of Bruin goab'e Kevin Craig, .fim Ferguson of UCLA and Pete Asch of Cal penalty goals in the second period for a 2-2 halftime deadlock. In the third period. Cal's Mark Evans missed consecutive lob shols spanning a two-minulc period. It may have been an omen. For UCLA the third period was a carbon copy of the first with the Bruins failing lo penetrate the stubborn Cal defense. However with only three seconds left in the period, Webb .fed reserve Scott Massey who rifled a 25- 'foot shot pact goalie Mike Morgan. Then it happened. Holding a slim 3-2 lead, the Bruins failed to revert to their "slow-down" tactics and swept lo two lightning-fast goals in (he final period. Webb, the hero in UCLA's 3-2 opening tournament victory over TJSC, (Continued I'g. S-3, Col. 8) Fresno . . . . . 36 Harbor . . . . "13 -·';..Story on Pago S-3 Georgia Tech 6 Georgia . . . . 0 Story on Page S-4 Auburn . . . 49 Alabama.... 26 Story en Page S-4 Oklahoma . . 28 Okla. State . 27 Story on Pag« S-l Penn State . . 33 N.C. State... 8 Story en Pag* S4 Tennessee . . 40 Vanderbilt , 27 Story on Pag* S-4 Boston Coll.. 35 Syracuse . . . Story on Page S-i

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