Prospector from El Paso, Texas on September 20, 1977 · Page 11
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Pokes ambush Miners September 20, 1977/The Prospector/Page 5 Most people envision cowboys as big, tough characters, but the 'Pokes from Wyoming relied on the small and swift to turn back, the UT El Paso Miners, 27-17 last Saturday in Laramie. A 64-yard sprint by Wyoming's -fleet halfback Myron Hardeman broke the Miners' hopes of victory in the high country. UT El Paso had closed the 'Pokes' lead to two points late in the final quarter when Hardeman broke away from the Wyoming 36-yard line. Wyoming turned a Miner fumble' irito the first score of the game; a 22-yard field goal by Dan Christopulos. A shanked punt by the Miners' Jerry Walker led to Wyoming's first touchdown; a five-yard scamper by quarterback Don Clayton with 2:01 left in the first quarter. The Cowboys went into the locker room with an 11-0 first half lead. The Miners drove 72 yards in one play for their first score of the con test; an aerial from freshman quarterback Mike McCall to wide receiver Bubba Garcia. A 43-yard sprint by halfback Latrail Jones and a safety resulting from a mishandled kick return resulted in Wyoming taking a 19-7 third quarter lead. A Miguel Alvarez 30-yard field goal and an 11-yard scoring strike from McCall to Garcia brought the Miners back to life in the fourth quarter. Coach's point of view: "The. most,positive thing I saw was some young people played and played well. John Lopez, Terrence Prevost, Keith Young, Mike McCall and Leon Jones were outstanding. Jimmy Ybanez did a super job on the specialty team. Garcia played a good game despite double coverage on him. Off en sively we accomplished more this week in the field position part of the game. The defense played a fine football game. The goal line stand was the high point of their game. Keith.,Black and Elroy Stoglin did some good things for us. Wyoming was GAME STATS First downs Net yards rush. Net yards pass. Total offense Att.-Comp.-Inter, Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Wyoming 14 257 76 333 15-6-2 4-2 8-84 Miners 17 144 151 295 26-12-2 3-2 6-76 more consistent offensively and defensively the we were." Michael had high praise for McCall, saying that the freshman had really improved from last week. Two face-mask penalties and one ^ personal foul penalty shortcircuited the Miners on important drives. Michael assessed these penalties as being in the nature of aggressive football. The coach's final comment on the performance of the Miners was "more people competed with more intensity." UT El Paso travels to Stillwater, Oklahoma this Saturday to take on the Cowboys of Oklahoma State University. The'Pokes fell Sun Devils convincing The Arizona State University Sun Devils have a disastrous 1976 season behind them. Also behind them is a stunning 35-3 victory over Northwestern University in the Devils opener last Saturday. The Utah Utes opened their 1977 season against a much more potent opponent than Northwestern. The Oklahoma Sooners stampeded the Utes 62-24 last Saturday in Norman, Oklahoma. Colorado State remained unbeaten with a 20-16' victory over the Hawaii Rainbows in Honolulu over the weekend. Besides UT El Paso and Utah, both New Mexico and Arizona went down to defeat last week. Texas Tech drubbed the New Mexico Lobos, 49-14 in Lubbock. Arizona has yet to win a ballgame this year. The Wildcats fell to the San Diego State Aztecs, 21-14, before a home crowd and a television audience. The Brigham Young University Cougars were idle last Saturday. They resume action this week against Utah State in Logan. As of the second week of the season there has been just one game pitting conference opponents against each other, that being the Miners-Cowboys contest. Overall records show Colorado State in first place, followed by Wyoming, Arizona State and Brigham Young with one win, no losses apiece. Schedule for this week: Arizona vs. Iowa at Iowa City; Arizona State vs. Oregon State at Tempe; Brigham Young vs. Utah State at Logan; Colorado State vs. Northern Colorado at Ft. Collins: New Mexico vs. Colorado at Boulder; UT EbPaso vs. Oklahoma State at Stillwater; Utah vs. Houston at Salt Lake City; Wyoming vs. Michigan State at East Lansing. FAMILY PLANNING INSTITUTE "Problem Pregnancy •Birth Control .'Counseling 544-6454 Collectable* Gifts Creations of artists and craftsmen who are proud of their »ork ARTIFACTS 6310 N. Mesa (Chula Vista Shopping Cntr.) STUDENT GOVERMENT POSITIONS NOW OPEN Student Activities Coordinator Supreme Court Traffic Court Attorney General Public Defender Clerical Assistant Research Assistant FACULTY-COUNCIL COMMITTEES COMMITTEES POSTS AVALABLE 2 Academic Achievement Graduate Affairs 2 Library, Archives, & Museum Physical Facilities Public Affiars Research Student Conduct Student Loan & Finance Student Organizations & Activities Student Publications Student Welfare & Grievance Teaching Effectiveness Undergraduate Curricula Union & Bookstore University Entrance Apply Now at »:^^ C to Arkansas, 28-6, last Saturday. Oklahoma State is led by 1977 Heisman Trophy candidate Terry Miller. Miller is a tunning back. Coach ' Michael had this to say about the 'Pokes' star: "Terry Miller has the extraordinary ability to run inside effectively and to turn the corner when he has to. He's a 100 per cent football player. He can run, block and catch extremely well." Michael also had high praise for OSU quarterback Harold Bailey. Bailey makes the Cowboys' offense an • explosive one. According to Michael, Baitey "runs like a deer." Tne Cowboys operate with a triple-option Houston veer offense. Ruggers capture fall season opener The UT El Paso Rugby Club opened the fall season with an 18-3 victory over the New Mexico State Ruggers. Despite some key injuries and a few inexperienced new faces the UT El Paso club overcame a troubled first half of play and tallied 12 markers to NMSU's none in the second half. Doug Park toed throught the goal post all the first half points with a penalty kick and a 30-yard left-footed drop kick to give> the El Paso ruggers a 6-3 halftime lead. Forward Doug Long broke loose to score the first try of the second half. Doug Park added the two-point conversion. Winger John Archueleta broke a tackle and sped across the goal to score UT El Paso's last try. Park added the conversion sealing the fate of the NMSU ruggers. The UT El Paso club faces two tough opponents . this Saturday as Rice University Rugby Club travels to El Paso along with Odessa Basin Rugby Club. Both matches will be played at Veterans Park in Northeast El Paso. Match time for the Rice game is set for noon. Men and Women Hair Styling—Freedom Styling with UTEP Student or Staff ID OPEN SUNDAY DISCOUNT £ 544-9550 2430 N. Mesa DEADLINE EXTENDED Applications are now being accepted for the following staff positions of the Prospector for the fall term of 1977. All applicants must be UTEP students in good academic standing and meet the requirements as listed below. The Student Publications Board (composed of faculty and students) will interview applicants Sept 28. Deadline for making application 5p.m., Fri., Sept. 23 POSITION Headframe Editor ($100 per Headframe) (4 issues) Entertainment Editor ($15) Major Staff Writer ($15) Assistant Advertising Manager ($13+15% Commission) MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS* 1) successful completion of 30 semester hours of academic work. 2) successful completion of a news editing or magazine production course, or equivalent experience. 1) good academic standing 2) successful completion of a course in news editing and news reporting with a minimum grade of "C", or equivalent experience. 1) successful completion of a reporting course or equivalent experience. 1) good academic standing. * may be waived by the Student Publications Board in cases with extenuating circumstances. TO APPLY, OR FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACTTHE —Director of Student Publications—I 204 Union West, UTEP

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