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cm «<> The Arizona Republic SO Phoenix, Wed., Nov. 5, 1969 Arizona., Syracuse have common bond By STEVE WESTON ' Bob Weber and Ben Schwartzwalder have a common bond. Both have Excedrin Headache No. 1. That's the one football doaches get from losing when they should have won. Weber's Arizona Wildcats lost to Brigham Young, 31-21, and Schwartzwalder's Syracuse Orangemen fell to lowly Pittsburgh, 21-20, Saturday. ">And though east is east and west is west, the twain meet anyway. Saturday, at Syra- cOse, N.Y. it's the Arizonans vs. the Orangemen. •It's the furthest from home Arizona has ever ventured. And Syracuse is one of the most prestigious teams UofA will ever meet. It may be too bad that Webe£ has to take a 2-5 team—and the '69 Wildcats could become the losingest team at Arizona since 1957 — into a game which could net UA some excellent national publicly. If the Wildcats cannot salvage at least one victory in the three remaining games, Syracuse, Utah, Arizona State, a two-win season would be the worst Wildcat football record since the 1957 team went 18-1. Since then, there have been four seasons in which the 'Cats have won three. Last two-win season (2-7-1 )was in 1949. UA's chances of winning .its third game of '69 at Syracuse rest somewhere between slim and none. The Orangemen' are 3-3 (they had a game with Holy AP Top TVqpty 1.0h!< HIS -hlo State (30) Texas (5) , „ _. Tennessee (2) 4. Arkansas _ 6-0 6-0 fornia 5. Penn State (,1) 6. Southern Calih 7. UCLA 8. Notre Dame f. Missouri 10. Purdue 11. Auburn 12. Louisiana State 13. Florida 14. Stanford 15. Kansas State 16. Georgia 17. Mississippi IB. Michigan 19. Air Force , . . 20. Nebraska (tie) Oklahoma (tie) Others receiving votes tcaliy: Alabama, Florid! Indiana, West Virginia. 7-0 4-0-1 7-0-1 5-1-1 6-1 6-1 5-2 6-1 6-1 *iJ a 5-2 4-2 '1 ,listed atphabet- i State, Houston, Wyoming. 466 752 357 275 232 194 148 140 86 69 78 College statistics Tom Cooley Cross canceled) and have been established an 11-point fav.orite over the,,. Wildcats. Syracuse has beaten Iowa State (14-13), Wisconsin (43-7) and Maryland (20-9). They went from one extreme in a 15-14 hard-fought loss to powerful Penn State to another in that one - point loss to Pitt. Syracuse's other loss was to Kansas, 13-0. Arizona, of course, has played some rough opponents — but things hit rock-bottom at BYU} where Weber thought his club might come up with its finest game of the season. "Morale is as low as it has been," said Weber, "and now we face three teams as tough as any we've played all year. I think we can raise morale to a pretty good level ... the kids realize they're playing Syracuse and there's lots of prestige to be gained from whining — at least we hope for that." CAT NIPS: More lineup changes for' Arizona this week . . . Senior linebacker Tom Cooley, an Arcadia High graduate, has a broken ankle and will miss the rest of the season . . . John 2. 3. I 8. 9. 10. Houston Dhio State . an Diego St. ' " ro — Stanfon UCLA Notre Dame Texas Florida .... Purdue towa TOTAL OFFENSE G Plays Yds. 6 513 3,114 6 560 3,035 6 497 2,961 7 595 3,419 8 604 3,673 7 584 3,198 6 480 2,706 7 571 3,148 7 556 3,116 7 572 3,029 RUSHING OFFENSE - G Rushes Yds. 1. Texas 6 409 2,151 2. Dartmouth ... 6 374 1,948 3. Houston:: .... 6 357 1,871 4. Ohio State .... 6 402 1,844 5. West Virginia . 7 455 2,165 6. Notre Dame ..- 7 447 2,067 7. Oklahoma .... 4 382 1,656 8. Utah ..-. 7 376 1,838 9. Toledo 7 393 1,727 10. Cornell 6 324 1,471 Avg. 519.0 505.8 493.5 488.4 459.1 456.9 451.0 449.7 445.1 432.7 Avg. 358.5 324.7 311.8 310.7 309.3 295.3 276.0 262.6 246.7 245.2 . . . Eggold replaces Cooley, defensive safe- tv Justin Lanne returns to a starting lob, Steve Wolfe moves ahead of Greg Woodward In the secondary and John Black returns to a second unit position . . . Gary Klahr and John Naegle are waging a aood battle for starting defensive left end iob, and Rich Crossman returns to- the first unit as quick tackle, pushing Joe Hannasch down to second -team. Jim Sherman moves over to center (Doug Rothery has an Inlured hand) and Larry McKee takes over Sherman's offensive guard duties ,. . . And, Jack Ashbv replaces Henry . Harrison as split end. That'll free Harrison to help at tight end as second teamer Clarence FergersOn has a bad ankle. UNIVERSITY OF ARIZONA (Seven-game football statistics) 2! 4. 6. 9. 10. .FORWARD PASSING OFFENSE * Att com. Pet. Yds. Avg. San PINO St. M3 135 .556 '- =lorfda .... 285 161 daho . 343 168 Jo. Tex. St. 311 150 itanford 'urdue .. Hchmond liMU Davidson : lorlda St. 259 1X6 223 123 261 128 261 152 240 153 208 112 .565 .483 .482 .564 .552 .490 .582 .638 .538 2,021 2,232 2,085 2,028 1,961 1,810 1,80? 1,749 1,717 1,467 336.8 318.9 297.9 289.7 280.1 258.6 256.4 249.9 245.3 244.5 !AFL STATISTICS LEADING GROUND GAINERS 1 AV8. Att. Yards Gain TDS E^ouson .IK «7 s.l & Boche Little, Den 12S 637 5.1 Phillips, Cin 84 490 5.8 Snell, NY 126 483 3.8 Booier, NY 92 432 4.7 Posf,-SD 94 432 4.6 Holrhes, KC 92 403 4.4 Kilck, Mia 108 391 3.6 Granger, Hou 127 380 3.0 Garrett, KC 86 376 4.4 Smith; Oak .: 99 374 3.8 • 9 DS Gardln Lewis Hustead Reynolds Harman Humphrey McKee Black priscoll Linstrom Paske Linstrom Paske Drlscoll Gardin Arnason Sherwood Gardln McKee RUSHING 154 NYG 21 2 1 IK 30 8 1 1.0 -6.0 67 -9 0.1 10 -2 -0.2 PASSING »K1'W 1 B P S6 M f p 44 0 .470 O 12 6 1 1 0 0 RECEIVING NO. 24 20 17 13 10 YDS. 396 226 77 LEADING PASSERS Ava Att. Com. Yds. TDs Gain NY ... 225 119 1,746 10 7.76 Ashby Harrison Reynolds Hustead Lewis Hurley Gardin McKee Linstrom 1 0 Arnason She 2 2 1 SCORING TD Pat(l) Pat( 0 19x22 0x0 6 nvn rtvn 6 if o° I o LVD ndrnqiii, n i .... 413 Cook, Cin 80 Wyche, Cin ... 102 52 Larnonlca, Oak . 282 145 Livingston, KC Tensl, Den .... Griase, Mia Tallaferro, Box Hadl, SD Kemp, But . .. 790 790 8 9.88 7 7,75 Sherwood Lewis Ashby 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0x0 0*0 oxo oxo 0x5 oxd 126 65 139 61 251 121 219 106 1,223 236 112 1,544 184 90 1,056 1,937 22 6.87 905 4 7.18 979 8 7.04 1,695 10 6.75 9 5.58 Miller Black Lsnne INTERCEPTION RETURNS 18 09 f? TD 6,54 5.74 PUNT LEADING PASS RECEIVERS Biletnlkoff, Oak Alworth, SD ... Haffner, Den . Denson, Den .. Welfs; Oak .... Sau«r, NY .... Garrlwn, SD . Maynard, NY . Reed.JHqu .... GarreH, KC ... Reed. Yds...Ga?n TDs Gardln Stevenson Woocjward I?" .. 37 .. 36 513 13.9 529 14.7 16.3 537 16.3 518 16.2 674 " 482 588 |? 626 22i4 357 12.8 .. 29 .. 28 ,. 28 ... .. 25 .277 11.1 Black Team KICKOFF 48 YDS. 1856 TD 0 0 0 TD •l LEADING SCORERS J.Turner, NY o Stenenid, KC 0 Blands, Oak 0 Denson, Den., 8 Mubmann, Cin 0 mf* S ellte £rr«tn<c ::::::::::;:::: 7 P» FGf PAT K.I w 1 , G; It 56 48 Gardin Stevenson Arnason Humphrey Lewjs McKee nold tead Reynolds Huste '1 1 o'( Blocked") TD o TEAM STATISTICS First downs Rushing yardage Passing yardage B&,#* ni ; «MK. |u e te vardai " -- 8 - s: Fumbles lost Penalties ? 0 .0 PAYLESS CASE8WAY LUMBER STORE OF TEMPE NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS AFTER THE FIRE Mon. Hmi Fri. 8 to (7i I SOUTH RURAL ROAD • ' "t ' . 8 f o 3 Back honors garnered Steve Owens Associated Press Steve Owens, Oklahoma's great tailback, wasn't satisfied with the 189 yards he gained against Wisconsin, or the 104 against Pitt, or the 123 against Texas, or the 112 against Colorado, or the 105 against Kansas State. He told coach Chuck Fairbanks before Saturday's game with Iowa State that he hadn't put it all together yet, that he had to prove to himself he was a good runner. He wound up proving it to everyone. All .Owens did was carry the ball 53 times — one short of the major college record — for a school record 248 yards and four touchdowns as the Sooners got back on the winning road 37-14. That performance earned him recognition as college football's Back of the Week from The Associated Press. "I'm really glad we don't have to face Owens any more," sighed Iowa State's Johnny Majors; "If you don't have to play against him it enhances any team's chances. Owens is the man who keeps everyone honest. When he just pounds and pounds that middle he opens up the outside game and the passing game." Fairbanks agrees. "If there's a better tailback in the country I'd like to see him," the Oklahoma coach said. "I haven't yet." Owens, a 6-foot-2, 215-pound senior from Miami, Okla., has gained 881 yards this season and scored 17 touchdowns and is within reach of more records. He needs 164 yards to break the career rushing mark of 3,388 set last .year by Mercury Morris of West Texas State. And he's one short of the three-year touchdown standard of 51 by Army's Glen Davis in 1944-4546. With four games left, the one- season record of 24 touchdowns by Arizona's Art Luppino also could go. Usually, Owens • carries the ball so often and gets so beat up that he can't unwind until midnight. Saturday, though, he said he could have carried another 50 times. He may have to against Missouri this Saturday in another key Big Eight scrap. Bowling Tips By Don Carter Steal nifls Hulls Bullets rap Warriors MOVE LEFT FOR 5-7 Picking a split never is easy, but I recommend a method of shooting for the familiar 5-7 that will give you a reasonable chance. Merely move your feet five boards to the left of your normal starting position (see illustration), then aim at the same spot on the lanes that you've been us* ing for your strike ball. You'll have a tendency to roll the ball 'inside"—to the left—of the spot, but if you can go over it, you'll come close to sliding the 5-pin against the 7-pin. Associated Press BALTIMORE - The Baltimore Bullets ran off two streaks of 15-3 and romped to a 124-105 National Basketball Association victory over the San Francisco Warriors last night. The Philadelphia 76ers won the opener of the Civic Center doubleheader 113-109 as Hal Greer stole the ball from Chicago's Chet Walker in the closing seconds and sank a field goal at the final buzzer. Baltimore, playing most of the game without Wes Unsold, last year's most valuable player in the NBA, rallied behind substitute center Leroy Ellis in the nightcap. Ellis scored 22 points while connecting,on 10 of 29 shots, was credited with four assists and grabbed 11 rebounds while battling big Nate Thurmond to a standstill. Greer knocked the ball from Chet Walker's hands and then raced down the court for a basket to insure Philadelphia's victory in the opener. Archie Clark, only 2-for-10 from the field in the first half, finished with 22 points after a 16-point output in the second half to spark the 76ers. by Boozer eased the pressure for the West Coast team. Lucas Lee Thurmnd Mull Ins Williams J. Ellis Lewis Attles Gambe* Portman Shluetr Total* SAN FRANCISCO BALTIMORE G F T Johnsn 1 0-0 2 Marln 40-08 Unse d 7 9-10 22 Lousnry 10 8-8 28 Monroe 3 5-5 11 L.Ellis 4 3-4 11 Davis 1 0-0 8 SCOtt 2 2-3 6 Carter 7 1-1 3 Manning 2 2-2 6 Quick 00-00 38 27-33 105 Total* 8 8-11 J. 11 4-5 2i 0 0-0 3 2-2 10 3 3 0 SEATTLE Boozer Clemens Mschery Murrey Rule Snyder Thorn x Tresvsnt Wilkens Wlnfieid Totals . DETROIT 23 Bellamy 4 Bins 24pischger o HBrtstor) 12 Komives 9 MLmore _ . o Miles _ 0-0 4 Moore 4 1M119 Mueller 0 0-0 0Walter 41 34-38 1U Totals Total foul: -• uls-Detroit 27, Seattle 38. out—Snyder, Tresvant. 04 0 Tucson's mayor backs the *Cats TUCSON (AP) - Mayor James N. Corbett yesterday proclaimed this "Wildcat love power week" in Tucson and announced he would go to Syracuse with the University of Arizona football team Friday. "Tucson is a good sports city and we can prove this by showing that we can support a loser as well as a winner/' he said. "With this support I believe we can turn a losing team into a winning team. 4* 24-13 124 San Francisco 24 24 30 27—105 Baltimore 28 31 4J 22—124 Fouled out—None. Team fouls—San Francisco 26, more 25. _ , Balti- A—5,091. .Love Walker Bo'rw'nkl Hasklns Sloan Weiss Wesley Kau'fmn Tucker CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA 'Clark 94-422 5 8-9 19 1 W 2 9 3-4 21 10 1-2 21 2 0-0 4 2 1-1 5 3 6-9 12 12 4-6 28 Greer 3 2-2 8 Imhoff 3-5 13 Cungnam j 4-5 10 Wasgtn 6 6-7 18 Guokas u* 00- Totals 4225-34109 Totals J Jones 2 Jackson .OHetzel TO 1-2 21 0-0 4 _Wl 5 442iii 2 11 Safer grid helmet used DES PLAINES, 111. (AP) If the incidence of head injuries in football is lowered this year some credit might be given new helmets being worn by thousands of pro, college and high school players. Air pads, fluid cells, two McCormick lost to Antelopes * • Charles McCormick, former all-conference basketball pick in Arizona junior college ranks, has been lost to the Grand Canyon College Antelopes before the season even started. Head coach Ben Lindsey said McCormick sustained serious ligament damage to his left knee during a practice scrimmage. He underwent, corrective surgery Monday. - "We will miss him greatly," Lindsey said. "He was the one player who could do every thing." ( Gary Ernst, 6-5 post player, •is expected'to be switched to forward to! fill the void. ' types of foam cushions and a rugged plastic shell make up the five protection systems in the new helmet. The headgear, called the Micro-Fit helmet, was developed by Riddell, Inc., of Des Plaines, 111. The helmet is fitted individually to each player's head by use of a small air pump inserted at five inflation points on the outside unit. Only two shell sizes are required. The shells are made of Merlon polycarbo- nate, produced by Mobay Chemical Co., Pittsburgh, Pa. Each helmet contains 12 air pads. The company said the helmet prevents the force of a blow to the head from being concentrated on a single point. Fouled out—Chicago, Sloan. 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