Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona on November 5, 1969 · Page 104
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Arizona Republic from Phoenix, Arizona · Page 104

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I t t'- CITY Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 El MAIL The Arizona Republic 65 For state jiico title Glendale stands in Matadors 9 path ASU'S Tom Delnoce By DICK SMITH Arizona Western goes for all the marbles Saturday night. The Matadors invade the Valley for the third time this season. They seek a 14th straight win and the state junior colege football championship. On the spot in a last ditch attempt to derail the Matadors is Glendale, which shook off a four-game losing streak to claim back - to - back victories over Mesa (8-0) and Dixie (48-6). Glendale, 1-2 in conference and 34 season, has never beaten Western. Phoenix (4-4) hosts Mesa By KEARNEY EGERTON More about A-State title hopes Continued from Page 63 Wes»ern eastern Phoenix Glendalt Mesa W L PtJ OPP W L PH Opp n ii 4 i ? «i p 12 34 47 4 4 155 128 12 20 33 3 A 110 12B 03 0 54 2 5 62 108 SATURDAY'S GAMES Mess Community at Phoenix, College Arizona Western at Glendale Community Eastern Arizona at Taft, California Utah is 3-0, but plays just six league games, so a loss to Wyoming, Arizona or Brigham Young probably would knock the Redskins out of the race. Wyoming could finish 6-1 by beating Utah and New Mexico- But if the Cowboys and Sun , Devils deadlock for the crown, A-State would be the likely choice by virtue of its lop- Bided victory over Wyoming. 'Representatives of the Sugar Bowl and Sun Bowl witnessed Saturday night's contest, and ASU surely now resides on their lists of prospects. But there's no doubt the Dog entries PHOENIX GREYHOUND PARK '• (Fo For Wednesday, Nov. 5) 'FIRST RACE S-T4 GR 1 tj.A. Vlck 8 Sweeta Lou Here Come Da inkababe - -Judge 5-2 Return Flash Quick Baby 7-2 Clear Passag Bnbillage 9-2 ' .SECOND RACE Park CR GR 2 •".Arizona bred prefered ' Mjss.Dior 9-2 Nis;s White Gal 8 .'Mae 8 Kay's Spider atta Bon'za 10 Donna Diane SWfcrSJSr .. Happen Hutch 10 feuWW' G,L.'s. Laylna Rambler.Ed 5-2 9-2 Jungle Hare 8 5-2 O.B.'s Loup , . 6 " Ron's Fawn Girl 8 . Carried Back 7-2 _ _ Roadrunner GR 3 ,_5 8 n ffJoiS 019 I Tee's Frltzy JO Zip Tray. 6 Devils must continue winning, and winning big, to stay there. New Mexico isn't exactly sprinting back along the comeback trail, but the Lobos have taken a few halting steps. They surprised Kansas, 16-7, earlier this year,. and nipped San Jose State, 27-24, last week. That's two more victories than, they managed last year. Against San Jose State, the Lobos showed some staying power, scoring all 27 points in the second half to wipe out an early Spartan lead. Or as an ASU scout put It with tongue in cheek: "San Jose got overconfident." EXTRA POINTS —Inlured center Tom Delnoce sat out yesterday's .practice with a knee iniury suffered in the Wyomino game. His status for the New Mexico contest is undecided. Delnoce, who played most of th* Wyoming contest on the inlured leg, is hopeful he can begin working out later this week. Aside from Delnoce, the Devils emerged from the Wyoming same in reasonablev good physical condition despite the fact it was one of the more physical contests of the year. The Sun Devils were established by national rating services by at least a three-touchdown favorite over New Mexico. Saturday's contest is an afternoon affair. INDIVIDUA RUSHING Won, AWC Ya f4V .Jitch, EA 131 547 hite, PC 12< 485 iaids, M ord. PC esa lanfaanT PC 93 95 80 8 394 344 337 332 282 INDIVIDUAL PASSlNS Galvez, Glen. Vasquez, PC Hall, Mesa Doherty, PC Gudlnas, AWC Gawaldo, AWC Bettts, EA Hume, EA A» Comp Yds 89 87 48 33 43 42 26 32 20 8 1 2 TD 5 (2-5) in the last conference game for each. The only other battle matches Eastern (5-1) at perennial California power Taft, which beat Glendale (44-21), and lost to AWC (18-14) and Phoenix, (17-16). Western's Sugar Bear Hinton upped both his state lead in rushing and scoring. Sugar Bear now holds a 202-yard lead over runnerup Phil Hatch of Eastern in rushing, after ripping off 99 yards in 26 carries against Phoenix. Hinton has 749 yards for a 6.2 average, while Hatch — who moved into second this week — has 547 for 4.7. Hinton has scored 10 touchdowns for 60 points. Hatch climbed to third with 48 points, one touchdown back of Phoenix' Dave Lord. Lord didn't se« action this week and neither did teammate Dan White, who slipped to third in rushing. White has been out of action for two games. Glendale's Dick Galvez had another 100-yard-p!us game and remained the passing leader. The little freshman has 640 yards — hitting 53 of 124. Mesa's Tom Altemus took over the receiving lead, and has 19 catches for 228 yards. 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