The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 5, 1971 · Page 17
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'PIGSKIN PICKS' Another Student Sweeps Contest : For the second straight i •week a Weber State College student has won the Ogden Standard-Examiner's Pigskin Picks contest/ . He is Andy Simmons, 1409 Marilyn. Drive, Layton. His selections were Weber State 24, Boise State ,17; Nebraska 42, Utah State 7; Washington State 21 Utah 7, and New Mexico .28, BYU 14. For winning he received an official game football. Runnerup was O. B. Cano, 4435 S. 225 East, who picked them Weber State 28, Boise State 16; Nebraska -41, Utah State 20; Washington State 34, Utah 13, and New Mexico'21, BYU 14. He received four reserved seat tickets to Saturday's Weber State-Portland State football game. 'Two tickets to the same game went to Arlen G. Stokes, 2252 W. | 6000 South in Roy,, "for third place with guesses of Weber State 21, Boise State 10; ; Nebraska 35, Utah/State 13; Washington State 31, Utah 21, and New Mexico 21, BYU 10. FOURTH CONTEST The season's fourth contest is under way this week. It involves three games: Portland State at Weber State, BYU at Utah State and Utah at Texas- El Paso. • A Pigskin Picks box v/ill appear nightly through Friday on LKJciL -lU^ULlJf ulAww^ii j. **M*. j ~..j -„--_-_-the . Standard-Examiner sports [third place. ANDY SIMMONS Student Winner pages. Write down in the box what you think will-be the correct scores. Clip it out-and mai to Pigskin Picks, Ogden Stand- .ard-Examiner, P.O. Box 951 Ogden, Utah'84402. An official.game football will once again-go to the winner, while the runnerup will receive four reserved seat tickets to the Oct. 30 Weber State-University of Montana football game. Two tickets to that game will go for Lobo Stars Take Honors For WAG Football Play DENVER (AP) — New Mexi- Conference Defensive Player of ;L/.C.U.1 YJ_*A*» \«*- f - - YIT^V ^,,.^,-J co coaches say Herman Fred enberg is probably the most consistent player on the Lobo roster, but bis performance against the Brigham Young University Cougars was not just good—it was superior, and earned him the Western Athletic Tourney Set At Riverside the Week Fredenberg, a 6-foot- 217- pound linebacker, made nine unassisted tackles, four assists, dropped t v e quarterback twice for losses, and intercepted two passes—both of > which led to scores in the Lobes' 14-0 victory. A teammate, quarterback Rocky Long, won -the league's offensive honors. _ Fredenberg, who is probably the only member of the Menc- 'mini Indian tribe to play major, college football, intercept- The Utah Golf Association- sponsored Riverside two-man | co carried ^ e ball in for a 7-0 best ball golf tournament will j.half time lead, be staged Saturday. ! In the third period he_ interfere will be shotgun star* | ceptedn™Darned je Jgto at 8:30 a.m. and 1 p.m.^ and £^f£ p ^ ys later. ' openings still exist in both the Leon F u u, e r, New- Mexico s morning and afternoon groups, defensive coordinator, said the fee is $10 per person | performance was "probably the pro shop. The Riverside Men's Golf sociation will stage-its annual! red and-blue tournament Sun-l day with a shotgun start at 2 p m The winners will be guests of the losers at a steak fry following the tournament. Contestants can make their own pairings or call the pro shop for a partner. Entry fee is $2.50, plus green fee and the reservations deadline is Friday. Also the men's final event of the'season will be a banquet Oct. 15 at the Blue Ox in Roy. Next year's officers will be elected at this banquet. The social hour wiU begin at 8 p.m. with dinner at 8:30. Reservations must- be made at the pro shop by Oct. 14. Gale to Play On Sunday? CHICAGO (AP)-Halfback' Gale Sayers will attempt a second comeback Sunday and if it is as successful as his first comeback two years ago, the Chicago Bears' problems on offense might be ended. . Coach Jim Dooley Monday night announced Sayers will see action against the New Orleans Saints in Soldier Field and hopes the move "will give the team a needed lift on offense.' Sayers underwent surgery on his right knee in 1968 and then came back to lead the National Football League in rushing in 1969 with 1,032 yards. Last year Sayers was troubled with an injured left knee. 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