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you like to haven <m«rterb«ck who has Completed 162 ot 111 passes for 2,012 yards and ,20 touchdowns and three running , backs who have, carried ?45 times for 4,841 yards? Thai's what The Associated . Press AU-Amerlc« learn, announced Wednesday, has In Hcisman Trophy winner Pal Sullivan of Auburn, • ihe quarterback, plus runners Ed 'Marinaro of Cornell, Greg Pruitt of Oklahoma and Lydell Mitchell of Pehn State, " ;The AP All-America team wjjll appear Thursday Dec, 9, on The Bob Hope Special NBC- TV', 8-& p.m. CST. Breaking down the running 'backs, 1 Marinaro carried 35$ limes for a record 1,881 yards, Pruitt 1& times for 1,478 yards arid Mitchell 229, times'for 1,484 yards, Prtriti arid Allt- chell-each have one regular, season game left. ' , / ^.IVIarinaro also is major college football's all-time leading groundgatner with 4,715 yards. Mitchell has established an NCAA'record by scoring 28 touchdowns while Pruitt has a shot at the standard of 9.63 yards per" carry. He needs a super effort , . .- •, THE BRA20SPORT FACTS, FreepoH, Texas, yfti<4 S'«",»'"*'.,» ' SPORTS Thursday, December 2,1971, Pages Should the running game suffer a relapse, Sullivan can crank "up and unload to his favorite Auburn target, split end Terry Beasley. The speedy red-head caught 55 passes for 846 yards and 12 touchdowns. Doug Klngsriter of Minnesota is the light end. Forming the interior line are tackles Jerry Siscmore of Texas, and John Vella of Southern California, guards Reggie McKenxic of Michigan and Royce Smith of Georgia and center Tom Brahaney of Oklahoma. Even such runners as Marinaro, Pruitt and Mitchell probably would have a lough time running against the Ail- America defensive line-ends Walt Patulski of Notre Dame, Long of Toledo and middle guard Rich Glover of Nebraska. Patulski, a monstrous 26S- pounder, reportedly could be the first pro draft pick if the Buffalo Bills continue at the bottom of the National Football League. Jacobson won the Outland Trophy as the nation's best interior lineman. Glover is the reigning Lineman of the Week for his aa tackles In Nebraska's 35-31 victory over Oklahoma and Long, a 24- year-old Marine veteran, won the Navy Cross for gallantry beyond the call of duty in Vietnam when he single- handedly wiped out an enemy machine gun nest The linebackers are Dave Chancy of San Jose Stale, Jeff Slcmon of Stanford and Mike Taylor of Michigan with Noire Dame's Clarence Bills, Tennessee's Bobby Majors and Tom Myers of Syracuse in the secondary. Adams, Hughes want official in press box • c , _. . x . j • and 'Sraylie Gebhart of m Saturday's Vmdup against^,Georgia Tech. tackles Larry Oklahoma State^ , ; Jaeobson* of Nebraska and Mel HOUSTON <AP) - Houston Oilers owner Bud Adams and Oilers head coach Ed Hughes have television on their minds LAST CHANCE TO SAVE BIG ON NEW ONLY 1 NEW 1971 MAVERICK GRABBER AND 2 NEW 1971 PICKUPS LOT USED CARS 69 VOLKSWAGON 2 door red 70 LTD 2 dr bard top, medium green 69 FORD GALAXIE 500 4 dr, No. 3898 67 FORD GALAXIE 4 dr, two tone blue 67 CHEVROLET 4 dr, Bel Air, blue 69 DODGE DART 4 dr custom, blue 68 FORD PICKUP No. 8541 Black 70 FORD GALAXIE 4 df, black ^69 CHEVROLET PICKUP 68 FORD TORINO wagon 65 FORD GALAXIE 2 dr, black 69 FORD GALAXIE 4 door, No. 3618, black 67 MERCURY 4 dr, green 64 MERCURY STATION WAGON, 68 FORD PICKUP 115 wb No. 1136 66 FORD FALCON STATION WAGON air conditioner 69 CHEVROLET 2 door hardtop 69 VOLKSWAGON air conditioner, tan 69 FORD LTD 4 dr, maroon '1250 1 2500 '1900 '800 •975 '1400 '1000 '2200 '1500, '1800 '800 1 1900 U200 700 '1250 '800 '1500 '1250 '2000 these days. After watching an apparent touchdown catch ruled dead at the one-yard line In Sunday's 37-24 loss to Cleveland, Hughes is ready to suggest putting an official In the press box with an instant-replay handy, "There's too much money involved in some of their decisions," Hughes said. "There's a lot of money Involved for each player when it causes him to tow his Super Bowl share. "1 don't «* why they couldn't put art, official on a television camera and let him overrule derisions on the field if they turn out to b* wrong. Adams was upset about an attempt to black out Oiler telecasts back to Houston when the Oilers played In Cincinnati two weeks ago and last wc«k against the Browns in the Astrodome. "Last week we were supposed to be the second gome ot a national doublebeader, that's why our game was at 3 p.m.," Adams said., "put they pulled.w'ott and put Oakland and Baltimore oo." Adams said the Oilers' game at Cincinnati was shown only in Houston and Lufkui instead of the Southwest regional hookup. "Because of our lackluster play, we're lucky Just to gel them to bring u» back in here." Adams said. scout Namath UAI.U8 (AP) ~ "We're Namath's type of team on defense." Ermnl Allen, special assistant to Dallas Coach Tom landry, says New York Jet quarterback Joe Namath "Goes for the bomb and lakes his chances/' And Allen adds: "We've been giving up the big play on pass defense, That makes us Namath'* kind of team," Namath is expected to start Saturday in a National Football League game against the Cowboys In Texas Stadium. "Namath always has that flair where he gets 350 to 300 yards." Allen says. "But he also has some Intercepted, He's not consistent like a John Bitxiie. He only has n 40 per cent or so completion average." Allen says "Namath has the No, J rtIcA»<- In professional football. He can setup and throw the ball faster than anyone," Allen says Dallas' No. t quarterback, Hogcr Staubach, Is making fail »tride* in hi* release Arizona State raps USC in major cage upset * ByASSOCIATRDI'HKSS "I'm not concerned whether we look good or bad," declared Maryland baikelUII coach Uefly Driwell, "only whether we win or low." Drleiell's Terp», ranked sixth in The Associated t'rw pro-season poll, looked something Ic»» than good against Brown Wednetday night, but dtd manage to defeat the Bruins 100-83 In one of the key garnet on the opening night of the IWJ-7J college basketball season. In the night's major up»et, third-ranked Southern Cat, which lo*t only two games— both to UCLA-last year, fell before iwrankwl Arizona .Slate 9&-7B at Twnpe, Arli. In other ganu* Involving (h« Top Ten. No, 4 Marque*!* overpowered St John'*, Minn. W 50. No. J Ohio Slate |t*X by Georgia Tech at AlUnta MM. No, 7 Houston defeated Stanford 87 67. Florida, (itaytitji at home, upended No 9 Uwtovill* 7U«8 and No. 10 Kentucky turned back Nor- thw«tern tw>*j. No. » UCU. No, t North Carolina and No. » Ik-ach Stale did not play. "Tt» young player* *trv probably a (jute bit tight." conceded Drtateit, spiking about hb Uiveup, Ooc ot thaw heralded sophomore Tom McMlllen. scored 18 polnd and grabbed 10 rebounds, but was not overjoyed by hi* performance. » "I wasn't very nervous, but 1 became a little frustrated," the ft-fooMi, former Pennsylvania high school liar *»ld, "It seems like I always have a game like that my first game of the year," Southern Cat, considered a threat to dethrone UCLA at Pacific 8-and NCAA- champion*, ran Into a fluting shooting performance by the Sun Devib, Ariiooa State sank $0 per cent of IU field goal attempt*, with llhea Taylor scoring 22 and Dili Kennedy adding It. Paul Sloval chipped in with IT poinU and 13 Southern Cal. meanwhile, could nil on only a per cent o( iu »hoU Marqvrtle proved ic» much for liltl«St. John'*, Mian Jim Chonen, the Warrior'* pivitfman, *cornl 74 pttftbt, grabbed 17 rebound* ant) blotknl tit »ho4*. prompting ra»*» from hi* taseh, Al Mctiutrr Luke WlUp, Ohio State'* I, (MMirvd W V) potato «fld 13 rrtxxjndt lt> tfntl the llocirjo Uuard Eton Gerhard added I* early In the wcoml lutlf, bul then came on to pull away from the imJiant, FlorluVt Jerry Hoover tank Iwo frw ihrow* with 13 MXwtNlf tefl loglve Ute Oalow lltetr upset. Tony Miller of Florida wa* hl((h «rorer with A ». Adolpti Itupp got victory No R19 of hi* coaching career a* »• II junior Jim Andrew* scored 37 point* to power Kentucky over Northwestern. Forwanl Barry Moran *me<l M for the lonrn. In otter K»m«* invoiving teanw amonit lite Top T»»«»ty, No II JacMonvitle uv«r-f wtwlnml ItiKsyw UO-73 at 7> fool cenitr l)»vjtl llrent Mforvtl X) pMol.* a"*J itrflWxxl 13 rtouutttti ami guard tUroki Fos wnk 13 of IS feW goal arir(«|)lj f«r M poinu, ,Vo » Sooth Carolina'* (ive iiarten each tctxrd in Jowbk ItKurr* lo trod the i;4nw%'oi-t» pa.il Auburn M-4,1. and Wayne Crabkf tcv^vd 36 4?xl HeturytC WU/norr «<|dctl 31 at No i lopped Nt*rr trtih (or agaimt SUn/«U. loading wU> *• H Kan«4.» np pu*nt:t <n>< tut to »y 71 W *H't»*> , Xt» U I'riw (o 4 J* 9 k*4 4tti v«is«r«l to <W *7 (rmmph o»<t t'4 . Raiders strike blow for SWC Bj .\SSOOATKD PHKSS Texaa Tech *truck a mJgWy lick for Southwest Con/crcncr basketball prestige Tbunday night. The Ked HaJdcn ituAned Western Kentucky «WH at Lubbock behind the r, points by Greg Lowery and the IS rebound pcrfomvanc* of a towering « (ool-lO Junior college transfer, lion Kkhanbon, The Utlltoppen wvrv the third ptace team in tbc NCAA piayofls !M< year, In other games involving SWC ClUtK. MiMiMippi UfJM-t Texas in Austin, T*'T1, Arkansas edged "Georgia Southern SO 91. and Texas Christian rattted for an fl-7t victory over Oklahoma City DQ the road. cage prestige r feUnit Jl (Nr 1 l!jf1 ex! thr w<uetHt tviU JCK) (hf luluft .H«!M>«ut i we wen? ready to play " A crowd of 7.i3 |4M bravn! *l<rt, mow and coW ram to watch (he I male Scoter ict) (he wwtnl f! to {»»<:* No It VilUntn « la a ?» k5 !!;%tmi<v »ifh XI Ihr , a junior trawler from Comptan, Calif , popped In IS point* bnUdv* ht« said th< Hed Raiders were "rrally looking forward to playing against Western Kentucky. I told pwpte I IsUwd to before the game to conn; on out because t "I Mrit pitiwil with njr rebounding," <wkt Tevh Cwch OraW Mjtm, who noted Trvh outrcfaunifcd it*, SA-3S "liktordnen and Nxcwra did a good Job on the twurtte We »crr thai** Uxr mato thing " Trxii ' ChrbUad «w«n»«o« an tarty-tt-pvtttf'tkflctt'Uo bltjicr , ihc CMrf ( m ih«ir backyard Th« Horned truilcd O-w 4t tuliUme Jim Kcrjfutvw «rornl potou for itw Horned and nude a key frrr that helped TCU fata the (rad tlulch runiun' OUT Use or Ok MtM vttw «>lh X} iUw itil («« Irrv la give Ark.4(iMi in ffar IwM to UTI *« In IBOJ«W. Wmtrtn it at itdylnr, Mxr ti at . K 4! SMU jr*l Truu W^iryiA a 41 TCIAI DEER PROCESSING 3-BROTHERS Tom Jordan hit lw Ircv throws with II M( a» MU.«l**lppl I. \V\\\ \^ OK HI \ NO\\ and pick up \our purrhiiH«>«« on (Jiristmas K\r... Dixir at I'lanlalitiii Dr. ;»«-.->•> CARROLL MOTOR CO. EST COLUMBIA Rockets downed by Cleveland By ASSOCIATED PKKSS "What the hell, let's fly first class," Bill Fitch said recently — and hU Cteveknd Cavaliers have been doing just that ever since. Mr. Sporfsmon..JMr. Everybody, Here's a Christmas Suggestion List from Your Sports Good Center, For Example Hunting Knivt* Variable Telescope* <90x) Retractable Telescope*, Piu.oculars Walkie-Talkles I'Way Radios Travel Clocks Opera Glasses ' with carrying handle Puck Calls Rifles Shavlag {flu Hand Warpers AU Wool Blankets Thermal Blankets Gloves, Hats Carpenter Overalls Permanent Press Coveralls A Insulated Thermal Underwear Union Suits iron Pots and Pans Truck and Home Gun Rac Heaters Hammocks Sleeping Bags Tool Kits Tent* Luggage, Radio* Rain Suits Sweat Shirts Chest Waders Overshoe Boot* Press Jacket* Cowboy poot* Back Pack* Velveteen Shoe* Blue Jeans ,.,ANP MANY, MANY MORE ITEMS TOO NUM6RABIE TO MENTION, COM! BY, BROWSE, AND USE OUR LAYAWAY PLAN, li nun Mnuif GMVES ARMY-NAVY STORE FBEEPOIT And if the coach al the suddenly rampaging National Basketball Association club keeps his word, it'll be riding in the front o( the plane (or the rest of the season. The Cavs, pulling within a game of,idle first-place Baltimore in the Central Division, reeled off their fifth consecutive victory Wednesday night as Charlie Davis came off the bench lo pump in II fowlhquarler points and power Cleveland to a 116-HO triumph over Houston. In other action, Chicago beat Cincinnati 109-101, Atlanta defeated Detroit 117103, IXM AngeJei belted Boston 124-111, Philadelphia slipped by Seattle 10248 and Phoenix bombed Portland 13S-I03 Last Saturday night, following a victory In Atlanta - the Caw' third in a row Fitch decided to splurge a little and fly the team home first class An NBA ruling require* (irslclass treatment only on flight* of two hour* or more — the Atlanta-to-Cleveland run is less than that — but Fitch was feeling expansive. "I told them," Fitch Mid of his players, "that if they won five In a row they'd go first clau aU season. I'm ready to take them tint class if they're ready lo meet the challenge." They met it against the Rockets with balance. Butch Beard ted the Cavs with 21 point*, John Johnson and Bobby Smith bad 2Q apiece, Davis had 19 and Austin Carr W While Rick Roberson baukd rebound*. ^ W nnouneinj* THE OPENING OF OUR ALL NEW MEAT MARKET MEDTORO SMITH, With 12 YMH EXPERIENCE, Says, "H« will cut th« B«el to please the People," All MEAT IS U.S.DA GOOD OPEN 6 DAYS A WEEK ALSO FRESH CUT MEAT AVAILABLE 24 hr$, OPENING THURSDAY, DEC. 2nd G & G DRIVE INN CLUTE

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