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t College scores, schedules At Twrf By KEARNEY EGERTON HOUSTON issouri yoming .... _. . Caro ...... To gon ........ 13 rado St. .. 7 ....... N! IS^At* Stanford N. 22-At Notre Dm H. CAROLINA 'I.e. State ..19 . Carolina .. 14 'erbilt .. " 17 Virginia 63 So, Miss. ! A ech B^ "."•".:{ 14 Tennessee ... 4 38 ciemson T: 'mi' irn at Irmlnghi Ciernson I Miss. St. N. 8—xAt L N. is-Mlam N. Auburn at . Birmingham ARIZONA 7 Wyoming. .... 27 Kansat, St. ... 45 fan "Jose"St. jl 30 Wyoming . . 14 N. i-AtJi. Mex. N. 15-At Vex. (El Paso) N. 22—xColo. St. N. 27—xArizona ARKANSAS ,19 Oklahoma St...O STO..v::::."l ii .. ..I'fami. t'. 15-At fic'state ' 22—xWyomlna 29-xFlorlda It. ILLINOIS 18 Wash. St. .. 6 Missouri ... 'owa St 'Northwestern Indiana Ohio State .. Purdue • .!—W 6 .!?!?* 1 . . 1*-At Wisconsin n— towa INDIANA 51 Kentucky . 14 California 7 Colorado . 17 Minnesota . 41 Illinois '' Wisconsin ., Mich. St . 6—Iowa ... 15-At N'wstern N. 22—Purdue IOWA 14 Oregon State 61 WasTi. St. ... 17 Wisconsin".'.' 31 Purdue 19 Mich. St B Minnesota ... ; I. 8—At Indiana i. 15-Mlchlgan 22—At Illinois „ IOWA STATB %J 3? ^rfl cuse ••• '* 'ake. Forest MM •"' N:£# 'Uko AROLINA ST. 'ake Forest " lo. Caroline Aaryland ... .iaml ... . Carolina ., 'Irginla iuke 5—Houston j2—At Fla St. 29-Penn St. TENNESSEB Alabama ., 14 UTChattnsa 0 Auburn . .. 19 Memjphis St . 16 Ga. Tech .... ( Georgia ..... 3 8—So. Carolina N. 15—Miss, at , Jcksn, Miss. B«n- Ke ' & Vander :.^ AS n, ss. entucky rb t •ex. f °Te'c1, ;:. \ ^ ::;:::;: I 14 w NORTH TEXAS ST. 40 SW Louis "3 Memphis Loujsfina" 6 St. 15 J—M Tex. A&M 6—At Arkansas 6L T s E u XAS . A * M 35 p Nebraska ... 14 ^TeSaVTectT.'tf 6 TCU 16 13 Arkansas".'.'.'. 35 Barrett will be presiding judge NORTHWESTERN 10 Notre Dame 35 « USC Purdue Ohio St 35 .. 8—At Minnesota . 15— Indiana N. 22—Michigan St. TEX. CHRISTIAN 35 Purdue 42 0 Ohio St 62 6 Arkansas — 24 17 SMU ... 19 i* Texas AS.M .. " Miami (Fla.) 1 Baylor 1 8—Texas Tech 15—At Texas 22—Rce "He finally went too far with his kooky views —he said that ASU's football team is the opiate of Tempe's squares." NOTRE DAMH Northwestern ue Ilinois lorao ansas St. .. ex 31 N. Mexico 14 16 At Vanderbllt.. 13 Texas A o Notre Di 7 Ufa 8 Boston College orce ... 1 62 TCU STAT . H .. 0 flWSffV 14 !?&"•• 3 ^.. rado Oklahoma lssourl . 15—Purdue 22—At Michigan AUBURN 57 Wake Forest...0 19 Tennessee ....45 44 Kentucky ... 3 53 Ciemson . 0 17 Georgia Tech 14 21 •n N . S y^ TA . TB 13 34 Iowa ... . 59 Qkjahoma 38 29—Alabama at Birmingham BAYLOR i Kansas State 1 2 1 ! K: il-ftlb 0 r^', st N. 22—At Colorado ^ KENTUCKY 30 Indiana 58 10 Mississippi .. 9 Auburn . 44 OKLAHOMA 48 Wisconsin .. 2 37 Pittsburgh 17 Texas 42 Colorado ... .. 21 Kansas State 5! 37 Iowa St 14 N. ,8-At Missouri N. 15—Kansas. N. 22—Nebraska N. 29—At Okla. St. OKLAHOMA STATB 0 Arkansai ... " 24 Houston ,... 17 Texas Tech .. 2 Mlssour 0 Georgia — 17 West va 24 Boston College 28 17 Florida 18 26 Pittsburgh 0 Notre Dame 23 yanderblit .., 22 37 26 N. 14 Colorado 0 Arkansas 14 Tampa '"'%»:•': S «n 8 Miami o Kentucky A fe ' S 10 "" BOSTON COLLEGE 21 Navy 14 28 Tulane 24 6 Vlllanova 7 Army 16 Penn N. 8—Bi N. 15—V,... N. 22—Mass. N. 29—At H. Cross BRIGHAM YOUNG 22 Colo St 20 St 10 13 % so U.T.E.P: .... 7 31 Arizona 21 N. B—San Jose St. N. 15-At Utah St. N. 22—Utah 0 Iowa 41 N. Mexico'! 7 Wyoming .. SOU.t.E.P. ... BROWN 21 Rhode Island . 2 Pennsylvania 13 Yale 13 Dartmouth ... 6 Colgate 6 Princeton ... N. 8—At Cornell N. 15—Harvard N. 22—Columbia CALIFORNIA 0 Texas 17 Indiana Washington LOUISVILLE 24 Drake 17 S. Illinois .. U Davlon 34 Marshall 17 13 N, Tex. St. .. 31 N. ^Cincinnati' N. 15-xWichita St. N. 22—At Memphis N. 27—At Tulsa MARYLAND 'Hawaii -CLA- STATE 37 Iowa 14 Arizona St.... 7 Z USC ... 3" 10 Washington 0 Stanford '".'.'.". 33 N. 8—At California N. 15-Wash'ton St. N. 22—At Oregon PACIFIC 7 M&Sft'V 19 Wake Forest 9 Syracuse 20 Duke 23 .Brown ^ teg 0 !!" 1 0 Prlncet 24 UTEP 24 Arizona St. .. 23 24 Fi. Mexico ... 0 in St* < . 3 N. a—Wyoming K: fc» wr UTAH STATB 7 Wichita St. 17 14 Bw ng Green 6 3 Pacific .... 36 33 Colorado St. . 37 7 uSff hl *.' s ! ; .'.' $ :it- A Y AlrForca . 22—At Idaho f I.M :::;:: * ^H'tu'cW II 10 i? 23 26 wil'm & Maryj8 IfflnlsS't'.''. fl Wl «:.::« 30 N. Texas St. . 31 "8—At Louisville fc!O lo (oKfo) 14 ,:....3o K . 15-xAt' . 22-^ . Loulsv imfiv« M £& st . :."'•;: £ Memphis St. 26 22 CLBMSON 21 Virginia 0 Georgia n tayy .. ... Columbia N. 22—Cornell • PENN STATE 4j Navy^ 2j 17 Kansas St'.'.'.' 14 20 W. Virginia .. q 15 Syracuse 14 42 Ohio. U. 3 38 Boston Coll . 16 15—Maryland 22—At Plttsbrgh 29—At NC State Davidson t Tnn nesse* VIRGINIA mson .... 21 ';• , 0 iam&Mary 15 VIK( Clems ; » 10 '.*.':: ?! u6u::.. ake Forest labama .... S 13 AlabapiL 40 Mary and . N 8—At Duke N 15-At N. Carolina N 22—At S. Carolina COLORADO 35 Tulsa .. .. 3 Penn State . 30 Indiana 14 Iowa State . 30 Oklanoma ... 31 Missouri _ 7 Nebraska .... » N8-At Kansas C4 N 15-Oklahoma St. N 22-Kansas. St. 8 Oklahoma .. _ 14 Duke 12 46 Navy 19 ~ Tulane . .. 26 West Virginia 49 Syracuse 20 8—N. Dame 0 N. C. State 0 Navy 0 N. Carolina .. 12 N. 8—Wake Forest N. 1S-At Tulane N. 22—At Maryland VIRGINIA TECH 13 Alabama ... 17 10 Wake Forest 16 10 Richmond . 17 1 6 .Kentucky ... .7 ... "8-Flor\d7 St. N. 15-Duke at Norfolk N. 22—VMI at Roanoke MICHIGAN 42 Vanderbllt . 45 Washington Issouri chigan St.' nnesota ... 35 Wisconsin ... N. 8—At Illinois 15—At Iowa hlo state IGAN STATE otre Dame Oh \o State . Mlchl -- Penn Brown 8—At Harvard India™ ' :;;; i* ^?. 8—At'purdue 15—Yale 22—Dartmouth .. cita St. 3 Wyoming .. 37 Utah St. 22—At N'western 17 45 Northwestern Illinois B-Mlchlgan S 15-At Ohio St 22—At Indiana WASHINOTOM ST lilnoli gers 17 Princeton 41 Harvard , Chatnoa. 15—Tennessee at Jackson N. 27-At Miss St. MISSISSIPPI N 8—Brown ., ~. „* Dartmou N 22—Pennsylvania Ffa X . a lt^ M ': " 41 C/T 7 N. 8-At Western Michigan SAN JOSB STATE DUKE th Carolina lnla ... ..urgh .... ake Forest ary Ichr , 22—At Syracuse ICHITA STATE Florlda St 'st."' ih So St. so CALIFORNIA ebraska orthw reaon anford itrj Dame . Tech .... l '.-AttaxVA'8,M N. 15-Arkansa$ N.2»-At Baylor io st. noi A nneiote 9EOR9IATECH ^ leyfor'V.V.V. fJ 1 S""" Sjff ^ Wicfflfaif- ••' JS w: Tlx: |:; If 5TANFORP San Jose St . Oregon 3i, Purdgo 24 USC 42 Wash. $t 20 U.C.L.A. ..... 'ash. N. 15-Alr Force ; ZZ-Callfprnla SYRACUSE 14 low« $t. ... 0 Kansas 43 Wisconsin .... 20 Maryland ... Penn st»t» .. N. N. #-to. Vlrjlnlf WYOMIN9 Arizona .... 27 Air Fprse .. 39 Colorado St, . 37 Tax. El Paso 40 BYU . ... \t San Jose St. , 14 ASU ,..,.,... N. 5-At Utah N. 15-At N. Mex,. N. 22-xAt H&ustcm YALB 15 Connecticut 40 Colgate .... V Brown 41 colymbi* .. 17Cpmo,l! .,.. ?1 ^artrn«)tl» N. JwPtnn»ylv»n, N, U-A» Prlncetn •«m« 'Janes' tourney set The fourth annual "Beat the Champ" golf tournament will be held by "The Janes" Nov. 17-23 at courses around the state. Leila Turner, current Women's Golf Association of Arizona champion, and three participating club titlists will play a championship round at Mesa Country Club on Tuesday. Any contestant who during the tournament week shoots a net score lower than Mrs. Turner's net score on Nov. 4 will be declared a winner and receive an award. Established handicap players may enter the event at their home course or other club on payment of $1 entry fee. Sports briefly Folley to fight Joiner Zora Folley, 37-year-old heavyweight from Chandler, returns to the ring Wednesday night in Las Vegas, Nev., in one of the few bouts in the week's sparse boxing card. Folley, once a top contender who fought Casius Clay for the title in 1967, will meet Billy Joiner of Cincinnati. Yomiuri wins Series NISHINOMIYA, Japan (AP) — The Yomiuri Giants, Central League champions, captured the Japan Series yesterday by defeating the Hankyu Braves, Pacific League pennant winners, 9-2 on three home runs, including a grand slammer by first baseman Sadaharu Oh. The victory gave the Japanese version of baseball World Series to Yomiuri 4-2. Devlin defeats Trevino MELBOURNE, Australia (AP) — Australian Bruce Devlin won the $4,000 first prize in the Dunlop International Golf Tournament yesterday after a cliffhanger finish with American Lee Trevino. In a sudden death playoff Devlin holed his second shot from 15 feet. Cardinal 500 postponed MARTINSVILLE.Va. (AP) The $28,000 Cardinal 500 NASCAR national championship modified race at Martinsville Speedway was postponed because of rain yesterday and will be rescheduled for next Sunday. Turf Paradise will have some changed faces in official positions when the Phoenix horse racing season opens next week. Chief among Individuals In new capacities will be A. R. (Sport) Barrett as Turf Paradise presiding judge, Charles lies as racing secretary. Others changing jobs or making debuts include James Wallace and Jim Martin as assistant racing secretaries. The former also will serve as paddock and patrol judge, while Martin's duties include clerk of scales and patrol judge. Stewards include Noel Chilcutt and Barrett, with Clay Puett representing the State of.Arizona. Dee Morgan is new track superintendent, Ruby Dobbins the new horsemen's bookkeeper. Henry Mills again will start the races, with W. D. Stockton serving as patrol judge and assistant clocker and Harvey Duncan as clocker and tuner. E. R. Hinshaw, D. V. M., will be track veterinarian and Arland Ward works as assistant clerk of scales and jockeys room custodian. James Hines will call the races, and P. J. Mullen returns as mu- tuels manager. Bob Tryon will direct publicity and public relations, with Jim Price as assistant. Ken Baker will plan special events, with Fred Jones handling operational duties. Evelyn Painter is reservations director; Bob Drake, grounds superintendent; Joe Butler, stall head; Arnold Seyfarth, chief of security; R. S. (Skipper) Hooper, concessions head, and Harley Singleton, photo finish operations. Doris Martin is Turf Paradise assistant secretary-treasurer, Lee Mumm the Arizona Downs auditor. Mrs. Painter, reporting a Small College Top Twenty ThWsJ&l^^ ball poll fared Saturday: 1. North Dakota State, 8-0, beat North SwJfe***' "•'• "? Ark8niM t^^ftttwe^'Mft state, 5-Z, lost to Hay- 7'.~Deiaware,~£lr beat Rutgers 44-0. 8. Akron, 6-2, beat Central Michigan 9-6. 9. New Mexico High ands, fro-1, beat Western State, Colo., 37-0. 10. Humboldt State, 6-1, lost to Chlco State 20-10. 11. Arkansas State, 5-1, beat Lamar 12. East Tennessee State, 6-0-1, did not play. State Tf-1 V 4. Stat9 ' *•'•'• IOSt t0 McNwse 14. Northern Arizona, 6-a, beat Weber 5*9TO 21'l9i 15. Wlttenbera, frp, beat Bucknell 4S-9. 16. Abilene djrlstlen, 6-1, beat Eastern New Mex co 42-13. 17. Western Carolina, 74, beat Eton 1718. Tennessee State, 4-1-1, lost to South- 19. 'Indiana, Pa., «-l, beat California, Pa., State 46-6. 20. Colorado State College, 7-0, beat Southern Colorado 41-20. ' Cubs to play Braves today The Cubs will have a Winter Instructional League game today at Scottsdale Stadium, 7400 E. Osborn Rd., against the Braves starting at 12 noon. ROOF, TIL£ Guaranteed For Life! At A Price You Now Can Afford... 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Installation of escalators to all levels has increased spectator interest. 258-5930 CITY Phocnfe, MOB., Nov. 3, 1869 MAIL * The Arizona Republic 45 B!ttT'S AUTOMOTIVE & TRANSMISSION SERVICE 250 N. 7th AVENUE MOTOR OVERHAUL | 75—8 CYLINDER 150—6 CYLINDER Includes liming chain, rings, rod bearings A mains, flasket*/ grinding valves A labor— COVERS MOST CARS • loan Gars • Towing with motor er transmission ajverMvl 252-2363 AUTOMATIC TRANS. OVERHAUL FREE FLUID WITH THIS AD Parts and Labor All work guaranteed 6 Months or 12,000 Mile* COVERS MOST CARS 90. IjAII work guaranteed] 6 Months or 12,000 Miles Transmission SMI Job Inc. front pump and 0411 rear ««•' 9OU & labor USE YOUR MASTER CHARGE BANKAMERICARD TRANSMISSION SPECIAL Adjust Bands, Adjust Linkage, Clean Screens, Changs Fluid. Reg. $12.50 NOW Enjoy Bil Keane's Family Circus each day in Women's Forum SEE EXPLOSIVE ACTION 1969-70 November 4-8 p Phoenix Madison Square Garden Don't miss the intense competi- l-ion of tune-up No. I, initiating another thrilling season of Arizona amateur boxing. Here's your chance to witness 10 amateur bouts on Tuesday, November 4 for only $2 for a reserved or fl.50 for general admission seat. The skirmish will include all types of boxing styles and methods as the athletes prepare for the Arizona State Championship tournament, January 13, 14, 15. Come and root, cheer and support your favorite Golden Glover. For $2 reserved seats call The Phoenix Gazette 271-8600. General admission tickets will be available on fight night at the Gar den for $1.50. Sponsored by Optimist Club of Phoenix and The Phoenix ^•"^d A^A ^^^fr ^L? ^^^^ ^^B^H B^_* ,1

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