Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on August 14, 1970 · Page 88
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 88

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mam n\\t: Hints Reaves adept at 'passes' By KEARNEY EGERTON FLORIDA'S JUNIOR quarterback, John Reaves, is one of the nation's leading offensive players. Not to mention one of its leading offended players. College football's most successful 1969 passer, Reaves didn't like what he didn't see on Street and Smith's Football Yearbook preview of the top 15 QBs: His name. And he promptly sounded off, picking apart several of the listed 15. To wit: "Jack Mildren of Oklahoma? All he did last year was hand off to Steve Owens," Reaves was quoted in a Southern newspaper. And of Joe Spagnola, Arizona State: "Joe who?" As for Ohio State's Rex Kern and Notre Dame's Joe Theismann, Reaves declared simply: "Quarterbacks from Ohio State and Notre Dame always seem to make that list." John Reaves may not be on the magazine's list. But the magazine definitely is on John Reaves' list. At Colorado State, assistant coach Andy MacDonald has tired of hearing about the Wishbone-Y and other triple- option offenses. Says the former Northern Arizona U. grid boss: "We've had a triple option for a long time: The dive, the quarterback getting caught on the option, and the fumble." And yet another football offense, this one tabbed Denver's "Cha-Cha" attack by the Broncos' irrespressible publicist Moon Mullins: 1-2-3- kick! Arizonans with appointments in the near future are advised to heed a footnote to the composite Western AC football schedule on the back cover of the league's brochure: "All times are local times. The State of Arizona is not on local time." * *. * Add a 12th preseason exhi- Yumans triumph WELLINGTON, Kan. (AP( — Yuma, Ariz.,defeated Stamford, Com., 12-10, by choking off a rally in the last inning last night in the third annual Senior Babe Ruth Tournament of Champions. Wellington defeated Brookfield, 111., 5-3, in the opening game. Stamford had scored three runs and had runners on second and third when Bob Robustelli lined to Greg Benjamin, Yuma center-fielder, for the final out. MM \O> J—10 « 1 711 300 X-1I 13 4 Summer GOLF RATES SAVE50 % ON GREENS FEES June 1 through August 31 Special Rates! Week Days 9 holes $1.85 18 holes 2.50 Saturdays, Sundays ft Holidays 9 holes $2.25 18 holes 3.00 SPECIAL ELECTRIC CART RATES Any day 9 holes $3.50 18 holes 5.00 Call to.reserve your tee time. NORTH COURSE 933-1551 SOUTH COURSE 933-0171 LAKES WEST 933-8254 afinQty n 1 bition for the Phoenix Suns — Sept. 24 vs. Cleveland at Baldwin-Wallace College, Berea, Ohio. It's a record number of tu- neups for the Suns, who'll need the time to blend a new coach (Cotton Fitzsimmons), two trade acquisitions (Mel Counts, Clem Raskins) and a handful of rookies into something formidable. And on another front the club's broadcast team is now official: Joe McConnell, Rod Hundley. * * * Give the Arizona State Prison a break (no, not that kind) — take your softbait team (fast pitch variety) there for a game on Saturday, Sunday or holidays. ASP's athletic director, Jeff Martin, is attempting to complete his schedule (all home games this season) and promises a steak dinner for visiting teams. ASP's number is 868-5831. "Oh, stop complaining! The words In this aria make just as much sense ta the words in those Cochise College cheers you find so inspiring." On this date ONE YEAR AGO Jim Palmer hurls no-hitter at Oakland. FIVE YEARS AGO South All-Star basketball team beats North at Flagstaff, 96-95, In overtime. . TEN YEARS AGO Sf Louis beats Dalla* In NFL exhibition, 20-13. TWENTY YEARS AGO Phoenix scored six runs in 9th Inning to wlnlsfate American Lesion title from Tucson. 7-4. More about North-South cage stars Continued front Page 55 hut somehow managed to make it to the Class AAA state tournament. "I really think we've finally jelled as a team," he said. "The first couple of days last week we wondered, but the kids have done a tremendous job." "We're as prepared as we can be," added Budenholzer. Both starting units will play the first quarter and then, under ASCA All-Star rules, must be pulled for a new unit in the second quarter. Going for the North in round two wiU be Mike Wegener and Greg Wolf (both of East), Tom Lantz (Coconino), Steve Henderson (North) and Jim Irvine (West). The South will come back with Ric Bryce (Pima), Don Baker (Tempe), Monte Davis (Flowing Wells), Larry Shorty (Eloy) and Jim McClellan (Westwood). Alternate for the North will be injured Fred LeSueur (West) while Sam Young (Tucson Sahuaro) holds that position for the South. In the second half both benches are allowed free substitution. r\r.< t • •• -iw CITY Phoenlt, Fri., Ang. 14, '.,•{. MAIL The Arizona Republic 57 Prep All'Star football teams poised FLAGSTAFF-Like the lull before the storm, things have quieted down on the campus of Northern Arizona University as the 22nd annual North- South All-Star football game nears. Kickoff is set for 2 p.m. tomorrow in Lumberjack Stadium with the South given a gentle nod to take its second consecutive victory. Tickets for the clash are still available at the gate and at NAU's ticket office. Central's Ray Laing of the North and McClintock's Karl Kiefer of the South both report their teams ready to go and team members from both squads are anxious for the starting gun. This was highly apparent yesterday as players lounged in the activity buildings and their rooms, or strolled around campus. Laing and Keifer have cut workouts down to polishing and one-a- Touring cagers defeat Polish WARSAW (AP) - Tom McMillen of Mansfield, Pa., scored 20 points last night to pace the U.S. Olympic basketball training team to a 78-67 victory over the Polish national team. day drills, leaving players with much time on their hands. An added attraction for tomorrow's football game will be a 3,000-meter steeplechase, scheduled for halftime. Dale Torrence of West will coach the North squad which includes Ray Crouch, West; Abel Arebalo, Glendale; Emory Gall, Cortez; Ken Lyon, Moon Valley; Joel Snyder, Cortez; Don Tate, North; and Ed Zuck, Central. Running for South coach John Coleman of Tucson Sahuaro will be Ernie Aguilar, San Manuel; Jesus Flores,, »Graig Nielsen;" Westwood; Pueblo; Skylar Jones, Coro- Gary Pierce, Mesa and Gary nado; Bill Mead, Yuma; Smyth, Rincon. 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