The Ogden Standard-Examiner from Ogden, Utah on October 6, 1971 · Page 32
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9O^ pgden Standard-Examiner, Wednesday, October 6, 1971 TgP PERFORMANCE ^•^ ' - , ' | Bob Berry Wins I Award for Play YORK (AP)/ — fruffrating, that's all," ; muttered. "It's Bob It'jras, indeed. The quarterback for the Atlanta Falcons had^'ust completed 13 of 23 pas- seafHibr 309 yards and three touchdowns against Detroit's usually stiff defense— but the Lidfe had still won 41-38. Bespite the outcome, how- evai;, Berry's brilliant individ- uaJKperformance won Mm honors-today as the National Foot- BANQUET GOES FflDAY FOR E£MONTE MEN *.* !-The El Monte men's golf association will conduct its annual awards banquet Friday. iThe event will be held at the Chuck-A-Rama Buffet, •with a social hour at 7 p.m. to'be followed by dinner. rThe association will present awards for the year aifd elect officers for the 19.72 season. Ajjpling, Greatest White Sox Ever, Receives Release CHICAGO (UPI)—The Chicago : White Sox have released Luke-Appling, who was named the "-"Sox greatest all-time performer in 1969, from their coaching staff. The announcement by General ~ 'Manager Stu Holcomb Tuesday said Appling would be repfeced by Jim Mahoney. 37. a coach- with the Sox Asheville, N.Ov. farm club. , Agpling's career as a player. ball League's Offensive Player of the Week. He edged out quarterback John Brodie of San Francisco and Minnesota running back Dave Osborn for The Associ- ated'Press'weekly award. BIG LEADS Berry repeatedly drove the Falcons back within striking distance after Detroit had taken big leads Sunday, but in the end it was a 13-yard, fourth- quarter Srrol Mann field goal that gave the Lions their margin of victory. "It's the same kind of frustrating day as the last one was," Berry said, recalling his aerial barrage a week earlier when he hit 15 of 22 passes for 301 yards and a touchdown, only "to end up sharing a 20-20 tie with'Los Angeles due to a last-second, 47-yard field goal by David Ray of the Rams. "Sometimes you wonder what you have to do to win." he sighed. "I surely can't remember-putting 38. points on the Scoreboard and losing." The 5-foot-9, 189-pound, six- year veteran from Oregon began his valiant but futile fireworks against Detroit with the Falcons already trailing by two touchdowns when he tossed 4 a 13-yard scoring strike to Jim Mitchell. So-YARD BOMB In the second quarter, the 29- year-old Berry connected on a 56-yard bomb to Ken Burrow, then teamed up with the rookie wide receiver again in the third period, this time on a. 25-yard- ippery Carpet' Causes Concern MIAMI (UPI)—The firm| Reese called Biltrite and said which manufactures the Orange Bowl's poly-turf said it would dispatch representatives to, Miami today to find out why the •'football field played more like-the surface for a National Hockey League game Sunday. The slipping 'and sliding over the : " poly-turf • was '^visible in films of the Dolphins loss _to''the i New Yrrk Jets Sunday, and : the i Dolphins, the city .-of'--Miami, I Notre Dame, and the manufac- turers—Biltrite Inc.—want to know what happened. The analogy to ice .might not be precise,-'since the artificial turf reached a temperature of 112 degrees during-.the- game, but it. was slippery enough to be i a factor in the 14-10 Jet win. The films of the game reviewed Tuesday,showed players slipped the company was sending some experts down from Massachusetts to take a look at the $205,000 carpet. The poly-turf installed just over a year ago carries a five-year guarantee. The theories on what caused the extra-suck surface Sunday ranged from the fact that it may not have been vacuumed to the use of a-high schoolfloat which Thursday night spewed carbon • dioxide on the sidelines to simulate smoke. The manufacturers buying any of the theories just yet. "We don't know for sure what happened. It's the first,'time this has ever happened on poly- turf, either in the Orange Bowl Weber Wildlife Federation To Conduct Meeting Tonight The Weber County Wildlife Federation membership drive will culminate tonight with the giving away of an expensive trail bike. Persons with a $2 membership will be given a chance to win the trail bike as a door er. Brodie completed .14 of 28 passes for £62 yards and three touchdowns against the helpless Eagles in the 49ers' 31-3 breeze while Osborn rambled for 93 yards and added 65 on five pass receptions, scoring a touchdown in the Vikings' 19-0 smothering •fv^syj-u-Lg o V-C*A\_\,I. n*7 ** t"*"j —* * — coach and manager spanned 41 of- Buffalo. years. He was a favorite of Also earning Chicago fans when he played shortstop for the Sox and holds the'.^American League all-time consideration were running backs Marv Hubbard of Oakland. John Brockington of Green Bay and NEW YORK (AP) — Cornell, with Ed Marinaro, and Washington, with Sonny Sixkiller, dominate this week's major college football statistics. The Big Red lead in total of- 'ense with a two-game average of 517.5 yards gained, and in rushing with a per game average of 425.5 yards. Marinaro, :heir star halfback, is a major the'American .League au-ume UMH^"" ^ w=«« „,• •. • batting average for shortstops Charley Harraway of Washing- - _^ „.. ^ J , _i • i j.1 L«_ li-.^. "\Tniif V/\T"l- I -.IQYlTO at -588. He was voted into the Baseball Hall of Fame in 1964. ton. plus New York Giants quarterback Fran Tarkenton. MOTORCYCLE SPORT AND THE MEN WHO , being the nation's indi- idual leader in total offense and rushing. Although Sixkiller, the Huskes' ace quarterback, ranks AND NOW;THEREAI. THINGI ;• KCPX and IRVING GRANZ in association with ROBERT STIGWOOD &. MCA, lNC.presents ANDREW LLOYD WEBBER & TIM RICE'S ^ JESUS CHRIST SUPERSTAR CONCKRT PBCSCNTAT 'OF THE ROCK OPCWk Cn»tof5a,lncluding Yvonne Elliman *nd others of th« oriflinal cast album, •full orchestra and choir. Entire production undersupcrvlsion of Andrew Lloyd Webber and Tim Rico TUES.,OCT. 12 - : : 8 P.M. SALT PALACE I Tickets: 4.50 - 5.5O — 6.50 now on salt at Salt Palace Box Office. Mail orders accepted. Mickey's Music, Brigham; Sears, Logan. I pleiii tnelost jtlf-iddnuBO'. itamptd invilopi.^ Joseph E. Levine presenis a MtkcMicSeis Film starring JacK Nicholson • Candice Bergen % ' i "Carnal Knowledge" is one f of the best movies ever!" t —liz Smith, Cosmopolitan §: <•- 5-- Mike Nichols, JackMchoteoa Candice Beigen, Arthur GariunkeL AnnMargretand Jutes ftiffer. Gimal Knowledge. "Carnal Konwledge' is brilliant. A feast of a film!" —Judith Cristr N.Y. Magazine Show times 7:15 &. 9:30 tAST THREE DAYS Phons ;393-2276 Watch f»r BHIy Jack Tuesday snuwcu uia^cio aii^jj-v. and slid 59. times on the big. rug I prize' at the federation's regular monthly meeting. The meeting will be held, tonight at 8 in the Utah Power & Light Co., auditorium. All sportsmen are invited. Merti- RON MOORE, Jon Fister and Tim Timmerman (left .to right) will be competing Saturday, in.:*he 2nd annual-Sueka- wa-Kump-Fletcher-RusseU'memorial football', game featuring graduates of Ogden and Ben Lomond high schools. The contest is set for 3 p.m. at McAllister Field at Ben Lomond High. Admission will be by $1 donation. Two Schools Dominate College Football Stats —33 slips for the Dolphins and 26 for the Jets. WON BY POINTS But football games are still won by points, not slides, and Dolphins coach Don Shula put it bluntly Tuesday: "Something's got to be done about it. We've got six more games on it. Miami city manager Mel Eagles Stretch Record to 4-2 KIMBERLY, 'British Columbia (UPI) — The Salt Lake Golden Eagles ran their exhibition" record to four wins, two losses and' one tie by blanking the Kimberly Dynamiters, 7-0, here Tuesday, night. Playing without regulars Guyle Fielder and Dennis Kassian, the Eagles jumped off to 2-0-lead in the first period on goals by Bob Ellett and Bill Inglis. berships will be available at the meeting. Officials of the federation point out a membership- also entitles the holder to use the organization's rifle range and recreation area at the foot of Liberty Divide and participate in other activities during the year. Edd Wright, vice president, ssid . an outdoor film also is planned for the meeting along with reports on fish and game. or anywhere else, whatever weren't caused it, we'll make sure the " field is set for Saturday -night's game," a company spokesman' said. Saturday night the »Hum- cans of the University of Miami face the powerful Irish of Notre Dame. Irish coach Ara only sixth in total offense -and 14th in passing, his team', rant ed llth in the nation by the Associated Press, took both passing and scoring honors in the statitics released Tuesday by the National Collegiate Sports Services. IN FOUR GAMES The Huskies completed 70 of All AMERICAN UOr il/NCHfON SWISS STEAK Tastad Croon Salad. French Fnov Roll and - 79* our regular low pride i tc 14. oiat iiciiiyci^rv, ia a .incij f i i lie iiuacvico \,vit±±si** i.**** > \> «•actor in Cornell's statistical 136 attempts in four games for lAnnrc Koiner fho niifinn'o inr?f. ^ ?(\A *\ \rArd avPrp.^P TnGir a 304.5 yard average. Their scoring lead is based on a^per game average of 49.8 points, 9 J /2 ahead of Michigan and 10% in front of Oklahoma. DRIVE-IN 9 MIN. SO. OF OGDEN ON I.VTERSTATE JS. Box 7:OO 'Sweden" 7:30 "Monique" 9:TO "Women" 10:4O RATED X PROGRAM NO. 1 I \\fi5i AVCO \\-b.y EMBASSY PICTURES HEAVEN IN COLOR monique ...enjoys both ways (X) AJiAYaiEMBJISSTRaZASE/inCOU)!! Bonu; Hit Program No. 1 "WOMEN OF THE WORLD" Rated X ORIENTAL FOOD SMORGASBORD _ SPECIAL - ONLY | HT j CRAB LEGS (reg. price) r^>~**~^^"r***^'**'* f *~* f<JV * J ~*^ f * jnJ ' chld'n always TOc peryr. to TOyrs. BLUE OX SMORGASBORD 54185. 1900 W., Roy 773-3842 Parseghian phoned Shula Tuesday to ask about the surface. "I told him I really don't know the answer. We'd slipped on it before, but never the extent we did Sunday," Shula said. -*-*• • National General Theatre] "One of the most important pictures of the year!" —SHOW M COLUMBIA PICTURE presents A BBS PRODUCTION THE FUNNMT CO-HIT OF ALL GODFREY CAMBRIDGE • ESTELLE PARSONS Cut Yourself in for a slice! * 4 • • 44 <t 4 ^ i A ij • * 4. • • \ 4 4 4 4 4 t 4 4 4 4 HIGHWAY 91 ON WAY TO ROY •» PH ?94-2566 THEY THOUGHT THEY WERE TOUGH. 'til they met. THE BRIDE OF SATAN! lit »how. LAYTON 96 NO. MAIN "WHAT BO YOU SAY TO A NAKED LADY" "(X) plui "TH£ STATUS" (H) Box 6:30, «how 1 p.m. Special kid* ihowj Sat. 1 p.m. Lndi*i' Nit» Thurtday'i Open Week ends. "RO Y Continuous 1-p.m. ±\.\S A. Opeil 6 . 4S , p m _ THEATRE Weekdays. WALT DISNEY'S "PINOCCHIO" "BANANAS" Tuesday is Ladies Night WALT DISNEY POOOUCTIOW Scandalous JOHN ^^ noiwur Regular evening 8 p.m. Matinee Thuri. and Fri. 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