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Tigers Can't Be Fooled I MIAMI Fla (AP) — Nebraska's Guy Ingle' isn't too fast but he's small That's the joke around Cornhusker football camp Opponents haven't bad C t -- r e e a f- 0! NoiSiol - 622 P Ot P' w IL ' ' 'tit 4 k it7 '""( f -4"0 ' 0‘ It 411y ' swouppwrA: - -: 0041 'w"aw ir"-------"'smar'Priss'"T'"" 1" — :4if -- '- e t 4 '''''' --''-'6 --- — z“ l AsooLogoaintha t3t1 Y mdmok' ' ' irnP0rod41(4 )1 m i w I e Ai O ot t ORANGE LINEBACKERS—Lineback ers Richard Picou (left) of LSU and Bob Terrio of Nebraska will have the same :thing in mind Friday night when the r Tigers and Cornhuskers meet in the been vve tnougm mere mignL iStrategy Borrowed by Mentor be a drop off at quarterback when Texas lost James Street but if anything Texas PASADENA CALIF (AP) John Ralston borrowed a :bit of Woody Hayes' stragety Sunday barring Ohio State :writers from a heavy Stanford workout that included :some scrimmaging The Stanford coach whose 'Pacific-8 kings are 11-point — underdogs against the Big - :Ten champions in the Ron rt len tno a lovma Bowl Friday said be would close practices to Buckeye B :Close practices to Buckeye R Nivriters the rest of the way 1 s 1 so' s or 1 --- "We'll practice Monday ''' : Tuesday and Wednesday but By THE A S S 0 C I A T E D 4theY will be of a secluded PRESS 'nature" Ralston said "You -will have trouble finding us" THE NEW York Nets won RALSTON DID s e one ' and lost -one -r ay n woud permit West Coast New York tripped Kentucky -writers who were barred ' previously by Hayes from ' Ohio State drills here to Gsc 0 ' Attend the remaining Indian Lagers workouts "There will be a gate list for writers except those from Solumbos" he said " Ralston liked the closed n lourneys 'practice Sunday as his In 'dians 8-3 headed into the home stretch for their game Louisiana Tech McNeese plan against the Buckeyes State and Northeast State -9-0 open play in tournaments 4 ! "ME TEMPO was much tonight in Lake Charles and at Newport News Va LENNY FANT'S Northeast i ALL-STATE :From Page Two-C ers who has signed a grantIn-aid with Louisiana State 1Tniversity scored 70 points ':and had several runs Of over 50 yards He stands 6-3 and -weighs 190 : MARK SPEYRER of 'stay-ette a 6-1 170-pounder was picked as the first team -punting specialist ' Rounding out the first team backfield with Rogers are 'running backs Darby Usey of West Jefferson and Chris -Ezzell of Brother Martin ' : The offensive line consists -of terminals Gregory Brown 'Capitol and East Jeff's John -Burks with West Jeff's Anthoy Marciante and Robert -Warner of Bogalusa at the guard posts Philip Moses of Sulphur was named the best center in the Quad-A ranks Turning to the defense where Delaney starred for afoly Cross Harris and David King of West Monroe nailed :down the terminal posts -South Terrebonne's Ken Ceti-ac joins Delaney at the tackle :posts while Fletcher and Allan Danos of South La:fourche are the guards 4 RIMEL AND Rodney Zeno 'of West Jeff were selected to :the linebacking posts with :deep backs Duncan Al Dor- -sey of New Iberia and Bak- er's Steve Johnson gaining J3JUL LIC Mt V 1110 Nual LiCh 4 Basketball teams from 'le- 4 HYMEL AND Rodney Zeno —Suit of Shreveport and Bos 'of West Jeff were selected to sier City High School will be :the linebacking posts with among cagers to see action deep backs Duncan Al Dor- tonight in the -special triple- sey of New Iberia and Bak- header at C e n t r a I High er's Steve Johnson gaining School's gym in Natchitoches :all-state honors The Jesuit Flyers (7-8) will Holy Cross' Delaney was a ' meet St Mary's of Natchixepeater from last year's toches (14-3) in the 5:30 all-state first team and was o'clock opener Bossier (14-3) m instruental in the success of and Many will collide at 7 the Tigers this season with o'clock -Ilis all-round standout play :Cenac the 236-pounder from H 0 S T NATCHITOCHES South Terrebonne had over and Robeline will take over 50 unassisted tackles recov- the court at 8:30 o'clock ered one fumble Jor a touch- Among Jesuit's standouts 'down and three during the are Danny Stroud (185) Aeason as well as throwing Mike PaSCIllier (128) Louis iquarterbacks for losses on Q u I n d I e n (99) and Tim numerous o c c a s i o n s and Mitchell (95) blocking a large number of "asses: -4i 4 FOUR C By MBERT MIZELL For Rose Bowl Drills— THE SHREVEPORT JOURNAL SHREVEPORTBOSSIER CITY LA many laughs over being whipped by a pass receiver with such unawesome physical credentials INGLES IS 5-foot-9 and weighs 158 pounds—about the size of Bubba Smith's left leg "Don't let that fool you" better" he said "When you get your practices down to one a day it always pleases the players" Stanford had been practicing twice daily until Sunday "We geared up our tempo a little and even scrimmaged State cagers are in the Fort Eustis Christmas Invitational in Virginia Louisiana Tech will play Quachita Baptist in the Mc-Neese Holiday Invitational Mc Neese takes on St Leo of Florida Scotty Robertson's Tech Bulldogs boast a five game winning streak Tech has enjoyed a six-day layoff for the holidays and will call on Mike Green with a 197 average and a 153 rebounding skein to lease the team The Bulldogs will host Southeastern next Monday night NORTHEAST HAS been winner of only one of its four outings the win coming in a 77-60 game with Mc Neese Fant's Tribe will play the University of New Haven Conn tonight Two Local Cage Teams Play Tonight Orange Bowl at Miami Fla Picou along with Mike Anderson and Shreveport's Louis Cascio gives LSU's nation leading defense one of the top college linebacking corps around BOSSIER'S LEADERS in 4b says Nebraska Coach Bob Devaney "Ingles has been tremendous as good as any body for a three-year career with us" Ingle caught 34 passes for 603 yards this season good for eight touchdowns His eight plays near the goal line" Ralston explained Ohio State scheduled a single workout today at East Los Angeles College after taking Sunday off to visit Marine land of the Pacific Barry On Sidelines 114-108 in the American Basketball Association Sunday night but it was costly because star Rick Barry got hurt again The high-scoring forward who - sat out earlier this season with a bad foot sprained his right ankle in the second quarter and is expected to be lost for about a week BARRY HAD 13 points before he left with 9:20 to go In the period Elsewhere in the ABA Utah slammed Virginia 135- 119 Texas topped Pittsburgh 124-116 Memphis tripped Indiana 109-106 and Carolina turned back the Floridians 122-114 IN THE ABA Saturday It was Indiana 115 Floridians 92 Kentucky 126 Texas 122 New York 104 Carolina 98 Air Force 'Rusty' In Grid Drills NEW ORLEANS La (AP) — Air Force was "a bit rusty" and both the Falcons and Tennessee encountered a troublesome virus Sunday as the two Sugar Bowl teams got clown to serious business preparing for their battle here Friday The two Air Force sessions were the Falcons' first practices in more than a week Tennessee had resumed work Saturday shortly after arriving here "Our think intensity was good and the effort level was high" said Coach Ben Martin of Air Force "But from a football standpoint we were a bit rusty" The Falcons practiced Sun day without reserve fullback Jim Johnson who was hospitalized Saturday night with an intestinal virus A similar virus had starting offensive tackle Frank Howell a n d sophomore defensive back David Allen of Tennessee on the sick list They were expected to recover in time for Friday's game elude Raymond (The Flea) King (169) and Billy Gibson (97) career totals are 78 recepLions and 1212 yards NOT BAD for a gridiron midget "I'm not super slow " claims Ingle& "I rim the 40-yard dash in 46 seconds of course that isn't super fast either" The Omaha boy received a big share of his football education through television spending Sunday afternoons watching the great pro play By DENNE H FREEMAN DALLAS TEX (AP) — Notre Dame Coach Ara Parseghain had a telephone conversation with Texas Coach Darrell Royal the other day and put these kind words into the receiver: "Darrell I think you have a better football team than you did a year ago" Parseghian didn't say what Royal's answer was but it gives you the idea that the psychological mills are already grinding for the New Year's Day rematch between the Longhorns and the fighting Irish "TEXAS IS improved at tight end and in the offensive line" Parseghian said "And that Eddie Phillips performs as well as any guy we've seen We thought there might Street but if anything Texas is better Awesome is also a good word" Royal has already stated that Notre Dame should be OUT OF RACE SYDNE Y AUSTRALIA (AP) — The 33-foot American sloop Spirit withdrew from the 630-mile Sydney to Hobart yacht race Sunday The yacht was believed to have rudder - trouble 10 r i -i t ' ic ' L PrttkT NEW ORLEANS (AP) — J D Roberts interim coach of the New Orleans Saints of the National Football League since midseason when Coach Tom Fears was fired was made head coach today the Saints announced ROBERTS 3S was signed a multiyear contract No HOWEVER MARTIN ex- a plained "That is exactly being off nine days and that's '''" why we are having two-a-- days We did a bit ' coaching than normal" more Southwest Cagers In TournalTients By United Press International Half the Southwest Conference is involved in far-flung tournament activity this week but unless there is an about-fitce the league's record against outsiders its prestige will continue to slide downward After four weeks of play conference teams have won 26 and lost 31 games and not all of the competition has been of the top-ranked variety either MONDAY DECEMBER 28 1970 J D Roberts Up From the Ranks ers make their offensive moves "INSTANT REPLAY helps me study the pros' techniques" he says "They are experts You get an idea of how it really should be done" Ingles will put his moves on display New Year's night display New Year's night against Louisiana State in the - - Orange Bowl It's on NBC-TV and starts at 8 pm EST "LS11's defense is really tough and quite a challenge" S said Ingles "Their rushing t Ara Praises Psychological MillsGrinding "mighty ' mad" by kickoff time The defending national champion Longhorns owners of 30 consecutive victories defeated the Irish 21-17 in the 1970 Cotton Bowl Also Notre Dame fell to Southern California in the last game of the regular season "WE'RE JUST sorry we couldn't come in here tmdef e s ted " P arseghian said "Texas held up its final game of the season" Parseghian said he has noticed some changes - ever so slight in Texas' famed triple option Wishbone-?: "You can see some refinement evidenced in their blocking" Parseghian said "Also they have a new fullback delay and a tackle trap "NOBODY IIAS solved the Wishbone for 30 games Some people say "Well Texas has the personnel to run it' I don't share that view I think you have to congratulate Texas' coaching staff for coming up with' such an innovation and staying with it They know it better than anyone else and that's why they haven't been beaten" Texas doesn't arrive in Dallas until Tuesday Notre Dame came in Saturday and worked on the Cotton Bowl artificial turf for the first time that night J D Roberts Will Coach Saints in '71 '4 details were announced He was unavailable for comment Roberts brought to New Orleans from Richmond Va where he was coach of the Atlantic Coast League team won his first game with the Saints in November but lost the following six TIIE SAINTS were 131 when he joined them and finished with a 2-11-1 record Roberts an All-America at Oklahoma formerly scouted for the Saints and the New York Jets and was an assistant coach at the University of Houston Auburn the US Naval Academy Oklahoma and the University of Penver ROOKIES OF YEAR NORWALK Conn (AP) — Ted Hayes Jr a 30ear-old from Georgia and JoAnne Gunderson Carner a 30-yearold from Rhode Island were named today the 1970 professional golf tournament Rook lea of the Year by Golf Digest magazine - bdut r defense Is quick and tough and their secondary makes a guy like me work hard" INGLES SAID ' you "can throw a blanket over the best five or six teams in the lea ' !4' -1 ff '4 2g HAPPINESS IS THE WINNING - TOUCHDOWN — Rd Sherman (13) Raiders wide receiver is grabbed by the teammate Jimmy Warren (20) after Sherman scored Oakland's winning touchdown on 87-yard pass play from In Blue and Gray— - tars to Stress Battle Battle MONTGOMERY Ala (AP) --- Fifty-four college seniors representing schools in the North and South-demonstrate' their football skills tonight in the first Blne-Gray football lights - ' fame ever played under the 'ALWAYS BEFORE the in: - Raiders and Colts-: tersectional all-star show has been staged ' on the sh last I I - i Saturday in December R was ' u a s Ex tr moved to Monday Might this year to avoid television con- flict with the pro playoffs ' An independent n e t w o r k a nugged Grid Gal will televise the game across the nation Kickoff time is B 6:30 pm Channel 6 Shreve- y JACK STEVENSON pass from B 'wt ' OAKLAND (AP) -- Don the second pla The emphasis on passing in Shula a fellow' who should Smith fumbled pregame workouts by Blue and Gray coaches alike point- know foresees a rugged bat- fill recovered ed to a wide-open scramble tie all the way when the 19 m the seem( with the cimce a touchdown Oakland Raiders collide with The Raider Baltimore's Colts next Sunda bomb on almost any play v shortly before ' AS THE N o r t h 's head i:amte he American Football 22-yard pass coach Bobby Bowden of West Conference championship Lamonica to F ' Virginia analyzed it "In an - Brown sent the all-star game of this type you Shula left the head coaching to stay in th have to be able to throw the job at Baltimore this year to with a 50-ys ball and catch it if you want take over the Miami Do!- to move it" phins and it was that team 1u4nback of 1"1 vsoE Bowden brought his own quarterback Mike Sherwood to Montgomery with him to share the passmg chores with Frank Harris of Boston Col- lege Paul Dietzel of South Carolina directing the South's strategy did the same Tommy Suggs of South Carolina will call the signals when Bill Garden Is Rumored For All-Frazier NEW YORK (AP) — A Philadelphia lawyer says a Muhammad Ali-he Frazier heavywegiht championship fight is set for Madison Square Garden although a spokesman for the arena calls the statement "premature" A news conference however is reportedly planned for Tuesday at the Garden to announce the big fight Bruce Wright a lawyer for Clover lay Inc which handles Fraizer said the bout was set for March 8 in New York "NO PAPERS have been signed yet" said Wright "but I can't see it not coming off with all the work we have done in the last three weeks It's not critical for me to be in New York Tuesday but Frazier will be there I am very satisfied with everything" The New York Daily News reported the fight arrangements Sunday night But a Garden spokesman said he did not know of any contract signing thus far and said negotiations are continuing Houston's Astrodome also has been bidding for the TODAY'S NEWS TODAY-WITH TODAY'S PICTURES country:and II is" one o1fty-iday 'night doing his stuff them I figure if Ohio State! with 'short ''physical assets and Texas get spilled earlier' He's prepared though New Year's Day then we watching all those pro playoff might be playing for No)" games on TV end learning The Cornhuskers'' small new' moves to throw at the wonder will be out there Tigers - - - A CoLis quarterback Daryle Lamonica in fourth quarter at Oakland Sunday At right is tackle Art Shell (78) and guard Jim Harvey (70) with quarterback George Blanda (16) at left Raiders defeated Miami Dolphins 214 (AP Wirephoto) Montgomery of Arkinsas isn't in the lineup jr: SHERWOOD WILL eatitain the Blue on offense lineman : t Jay Wallace of Missouri on defense Montgomery and linebacker pick Kingrea of rrulane 4111 'c tileSouth cap- tains - " Shula Is Expecting Rugged Grid Game OAKLAND (AP) -- Don Shula a fellow who should know foresees a rugged battle all the way when the Oakland Raiders collide with Baltimore's Colts next Sunday in the American Football Conference championship game Shula left the head coaching job at Baltimore this year to take over the Miami Dolphins and it was that team which fell 21-14 Sunday to Oakland in a National Football League opener THE YOUNG Dolphins 'Who reached the playoffs in ' 1970 after a last-place - in 1969 scored first before the: 54401 in Oakland's Coliseum PAUL WARFIELD took a 11101LIC 11-1 LIU 114I0 rocas slithered but of bounds and officials awarded it to Oak- 01114 I I Sainic Arrannp land 0 Saints Arrange Two Exhibitions Get Big 1 SAVINGS During 1911 - - CIIICII-UP SALE NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Saints have announced preseason home games against Philadelphia and Houston next year THE GAMES will be played Sept 4 against the Eagles and on Sept 11 against the Oilers At the same the Saints announced that season football tickets would not change in price still Of per ticket ' 941 is111-' pass from Bob Griese on the second play after Charlie Smith fumbled and Bill Stanfill recovered' at the Oakland 19 in the second period The Raiders tied it up shortly before halftime on a 22-yard pass T from Daryle Lamonica to Fred Bilentikoff Brown sent the Raiders ahead to stay In the third period with a 80-yard - touchdown runback of Griese's only intercepted pass L a m on é a unloaded an 82-yard bomb 'to Rod Sherman in the final quarter and even though the Dolphins did col! led another touchdown on a sevenyard pass from Griese to Willie Richardson it came too late After that touchdown Miami almost got away with an onside kick but the ball r LAMONICA AND Brown each were presented game balls by their teammates who now look ahead to their fourth title game in as many years The past three were for the old American Football League or divisional championship 7 WRESTLING MUNICIPAL AUDITORIUM TONIGHT 8:00 PM a21 - -DANNY HODGE Main Event (far U S Tag Title) Cowboy Bill Watts s& Billy Red Lyons Vie Waldo von Erich & Karl von itChinfif First Main EVnt (For Wends Jr Heavyweight Title) Danny Hedge vs Chuck Kerbs - 'Second Event - Duke Mysrs vs Bah Ramstsall First Event - Frank" Da !fan vs Aida Segni $250-ites $200 Gen Adm $130 Chiirkort riooshior SI15 other soots $100 Cell 4224371 oftorttoort Moo for real 4 : 1 4 ft A A A A et 0 e 4 T tt ft ft T A It A ft A — bi Mr1 fa se ' " ut 'T4 e131 4NV Ti th : 'pr 'Of 'ati tfol :1-Cc '4r1L he A :71 -1J4 50 1 41 -p u 'ru 1V4 -E2 4 -of :Ca -Bu lou :se ' 4 sult -xi :do So -Sac At jot 4 4 I 'of :de e r :in! :Ce So 50 er do iQlJ ::Pg 4 617'S PICTURES olp ) 1 z e ght doing' his stuff t ' physical assets pared though all those pro playoff 1 TV and learning !s to: throw at the i - ' iit i 1 --- t 4 - 4 I ' i t' r":t 1 c -2 41) lit oi '' 4 4 i ‘ -7 - 0 " 4i ' 1 '44''11Pri '-'''''' '' 0 3' i ti 4 -' 44 04 ' k '' f t " ' '1 ! 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