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   New Mexican (Newspaper) - November 14, 1975, Santa Fe, New Mexico                                BJ THE NEW MEXICAN Santa he, N.M., Fri., Nov. SF runners in state meet The Sanla Fe High School Demons travel lo Roswell Saturday to defend their Class AAAA cross-country title captured last year in Albuquerque. For the second consecutive season, the Demons will enter the meet as the favorites after compiling a 9-1 record. Asked if Ihe Demons will repeat as state champions coach John Alire said: "We should. The only team lo beat us Evert to play for WTT PHOENIX, Ariz. (API Chris Evert says she'll have to adjust to the World Team Tennis format, tiut the newest member of the Phoenix f, Racquets is ready for something new. "U will fake getting used to." said Miss Evert Thursday following the announcement she had signed a two-year contract with the Racquets. 5 "Concentration is the strongest part of my she said. "The first few mat- ches I'll be testing out con- dilions. Having players on the bench rooting for you will mean j a lot." "This makes her the highest paid player among active placers in World Team Ten- said Racquets President Jim Walker. He declined to reveal the amount of the con- tract, but acknowledged reports of S160.000 might be in the neighborhood. Walker said Miss Evert would play all 44 Racquets matches as the number one singles player. "I think the fact that the lop women are playing team tennis, and if I want to stay on top, I have lo get top 'said Miss Evert in explaining why she joined the WTT circuit. "I've achieved aboul everything there is in tennis, and 1 would like to try everything before I retire." Miss Evert said Krislien Kemmer Shaw, a member of the Phoenix leam, was an important influence on her final decision. "We're jusl like said Miss Everl. "Krislien and 1 call each other all Ihe time. She's in Buenos Aires right now. It's really nice lo have someone on Ihe lour you're close to. "Our tennis styles are very she said. "We've practiced together a lol and done pretty well as a doubles leam. The most important thing is communicalion. I could never getmadatKristien." At the same time Walker announced the signing of Miss Evert, he said Francoise Durr was traded lo Ihe San Francisco Golden Galers as parl of Ihe deal in which Ihe Racquets purchased the draft rights lo Miss Everl. this season was Laguna Acoma, and we were hurting then. We had beaten them four limes prior lo that meet." Granls looms as a threat to the Demons with its one-two punch of individual stale champion Andy Martinez and Gary Louis. "Granls is a tough team with Martinez and Alire said, "bul if our squad keeps Ihe balance il hae had in meets thie- is season we should beat them. If they (Grants) break our balance we'll lose." The Demons turned in their besl performance of Ihe season in last weekend's Dislricl 1AAAA meel in Los Alamos when Ihey placed five of their six men in the top six. David Segura led the Demon effort by running through Ihe Hilllopper three-mile course in Gene Fulgenzi rallied to nail down second place for the Demons, while Paul Graham, John Gage and Kerry Olson finished fourth through sixth respectively. Cage schedules for District 2A NMSD November H 15 Coronadoihomei December 10 Sanla Ke I'ren.ji. 12 lAIAihi 15 Colorado School (or tin- Dcalihi' January 9 DM Mumo 0'. lu Uiilttiai. lfi-17 (iucslj Iiml3liidi.il. 2-' lAIAtai. '23 Coronado'j'. Inviunonal February T Aruona St-hitol for '.he Deafiaj, 1.1 -Santa Fe I'rcp.lu. 14 tSian SANTA FE PREP November 23 Sanla Fc llifiti sophomorcsiai December- S IAlA.ni. lOSMSD-h.. 12 Coronadoiai, It Alliuqui'rquc' Indian .Sclioolial Januaiy lies Momcsiln. y nuke, a i. 10-17 Questa Invilalional, 21 I.AlA.ai. >4 Jcmei Valleyiai. 27 Sanla Fe llifih sophornoroMai February 7 Jcmei Vallcyh'. .vUMJ.ai. 21 IA1A December 5 Sanla Fe I'repiai. 6 Jemczihi. 12 NMSDial, 13 Dulceihi. 17 l.afiuna January SC'ubaiai. lu Coronadoihi, 151617 Northern Rio (lrar.de Tour- nament. 21 Sanla Ft Prepchi, 22 NM- Culia Invitational. February 6 [Julceiai. 7 Menaulihi. 11 I'oron.icloi a DULCE November DeccmlHT UlAIAiai. January Col.iilu. 9 -Sanla Fe 10 NM- SDiai. 151617 Northern Itio Grande Tourniuncnl. H 27 Pagosa Springs, Coloiai. 29-30-31 Cuba In- vitatiunal February 6 lAIAihi. 13 Navajo 14 Cornnadoiaj. 21 Sanla Fe Prep: a i. 28 F.scalanlei h i {Scoreboard DEMON RUNNERS Pictured above is the Santa Fe High School cross-country team, the defending state champion in Class AAAA. Included aredeft to right) Dennis Mares, John Gage, Gene Fulgenzi, Coach John Alire, Kerry Olson, Paul Graham and David Segura. (photo by Walter K Lopez) NBA Eastern Conference AUanllc Division W.L Pel. Apodaca, Lobos in benefits Gov. Jerry Apodaca and the University of New Mexico Lobos will par- ticipale in basketball benefit games Sunday in Sanla Fe. The governor and his all- stars play the College of Santa Fe at p.m. in the CSF gym. Proceeds from the game will help finance a scholarship at the school in Apodaca's name and equipment for sludent use. Coach Norm Ellenberger will divide into two squads for a scrimmage at Sweeney Gym. The Capital City Lions Club, sponsor of the game, will use the funds raised for ils charitable projects. Apodaca's squad, composed mostly of state employes, includes per- sonnel director Glen Gares, Paul Romero. Steve Gonzales, John Gasparich, Jay Quintana, Jim Macias, Jack Ortega, Frank Quinlana, Carl Pearson and Mike Banks. The Apodaca-CSF meeting will be preceded by a city league game between Knighl's Book Slore and Music Villa. The opener starts at Tickets lo (he Apodaca benefit are and will be sold at the door. At Sweeney there will also be preliminary ac livilies. Ellenberger and his players will be available for autographs at Among the Lobos making the trip are former St. Michael's High School standouts Gordon and Ronnie Robinson. This is the third con- secutive year the Lobos are appearing in Sanla Fe. They drew 500 spectalors on their first trip. The number of fans increased last year and is expected to do so Sunday. "We had 1300 people last said Dave Ward, third vice-president of the Lions, "and this year we anticipate more than double lhat number." Tickets are and may be purchased from any club member or at Ihe door. Saturday's SF Downs entries First RiM MDN (IslHalfDD) lEagleSlreaklQualci 2ALillleTipsy lChacon! 3 Plata Liberty 1 Miss Do Bar Deck S Moon Money SBubblingTwist 7 Rocket Blake BLongOnLookslHobby) 9 Canape Dial 10 Sassy Be Good Purse 1800 350 yards 120 120 120 120 120 120 117 120 120 120 Second Race (2nd Hill 1 Eddie Juan RunninGaliOronal 3 b Glory 6 Sherd Moon Charge Lil 7 Dial Me First i B 8 -logo i Hobby 9 Modeller Race 10 Mr. Lucky Charge i LL'rioslei Purse 050 yards 119 116 119 119 116 119 119 Purse ISO yards Final fall season weekend Sanla Fe Downs wraps up ils second fall season Ihis weekend wilh 10-race cards scheduled on Salurday and Sunday. Saturday, a field of six quarter horses and thorough- breds, Ihree-years-old and up, malch slrides over 870 yards in the featured race of the day. Sunday, Paquila Pislola, an impressive winner over six furlongs last Sunday, leads a field of eight thoroughbreds in a five-furlong allowance sprinl. Olhcrs in Ihe field expected to give Paquita Pistola a good run Manila. Completing Ihe field arc Crowly Jill, Ihe enlrv of Sure Charming and Curragh's Pride, Bounding Gail. Greal Pleasure and Impress Me. Heading into Ihe final weekend of aclion, the Capital City Irack boasls a 16.2 per cenl lolal handle increase over lasl season's fall session. Through 14 days of racing thhus far this fall, the Downs reports thai h.is gone through (he parimuluel wagering machines as compared to in 1974. New QB's due LUC die IH3L UUL winners Fair Cookin Total attendance also shows at NMS RACE Rocket Blake RACE Kipper's Boy 2 Klccl Cab 1 Show LAS CRUCES (API Money SECOND Hrerooz :i SEVENTH RACE Mexico Slale football coach Jim Lucky Larrv 2 Bradley says he'll be playing Hy Doctor No 3 freshman Mike Bozich RACE Iransfer Blain Miller al quar- lerback Salurday when Juanna Mi- Quick S Aggies hosl Norlh Texas NINTH RACE Bradley says he's shopping Fly (or a quarterback who can Pclly DuhkyC'ounk'ss -1 spark Ihe Aggie wishbone al- Mr Rcpards FIFTH Jnv y TENTH RACE tack. For The Sailmjj H "Our offense hasn'l Days Duly moving consistently and it is '2 marked increase. A tolal of lurf palrons have made their way Ihrough the Santa Fe Downs lurnsliles as compared lo during Ihe same period laslseason. Daily averages show lhal fans have wagered Ihus far Ihis year, also .up over last season's and comparative figures. Highlighting Sunday's card will be the retiring of 11-year- old Be Gorgeous. The horse will be retired in ceremonies following the seventh race, a S2000 claiming event over one- mile and one-sixteenth. (Quiniela) 1 Pelly Larceny 118 2 Go Fly Deep (Chavez I 121 3MajorPanila iMarlinez) 11B J Camplown Hobo 109 5 Ourrcdwaler (West) 109 116 7llackRcinlllobby> 121 BCorvelUValdezI 116 OMr.RegardsiLUriostel 117 Purse no yards (Qulnleli) I Tarn Bar Deck iCheslcrmanl 115 2Slar Kllcka (Martinez) 111! 111 4 Comarunnin (Hobby) 110 n Juan Hoy (West) 105 G Won For Ihe Money (L Urioste 1 112 7MagicChargeriLcirtockeri ill (Qulnlela) 1 Drive Away (Hobby) 2Glory Phantom (Chavez) 3 Bold Saying (Lcidecker) 4 Wandering Juan 5 Call Me Quick 6 Roan Man's Runner (Cheslerman) IT70 yards I) u I a I n 6 ;l B o i l o n 54 Philphia 5 4 N c w Y o r k 48 Central Division Washington 6 2 Atlanta 53 N.Orleans 6 5 Houston 35 Cleveland .1 it Western Conference Mldwesl Division Detroit 5 5 Milwaukee 5 5 K.C 35 Chicago 3 6 Pacific Division G.Slate 7 2 L.A. 75 Phoenix 4 4 Portland 4 5 Seattle 4 8 Thursday's Results New York JOB, Houslon 102 Washington no, Boston 107 Golden Slalc 98, Chicago 87 Phoenix IOC, Seattle 103 Friday's Games Philadelphia at Boston Washington at Atlanta Buffalo at Milwaukee Phoenix at Los Angeles Chicago at Portland Cleveland at Sealllr- ABA East Division W.. L. I K c n I u c k y 7 l N.Y. 04 S t. L 0 u i s 6 5 Virginia I It West Division 7 2 7 3 5 3 2 7 607 .7511 .625 515 .375 333 778 .583 .5011 .444 .333 N V 1 s I a n d 8 4 4 20 Atlanta 6 8 1 13 NYHangrs 510 2 12 SmyUie Division Chicago 9 4 5 23 St. Louis 6 6 4 16 V a n c v r b B 3 1 3 K C. 4 9 2 10 Minn. 6 Wales Conference Norris Division Montreal 12 3 2 26 I. .Angeles 12 j 1 25 Pitts e 1 r o 11 W a s li n II u f I a 1 o Toronto B osIo n Calif. 6 7 2 14 410 3 11 C Adams Division n :i i 2 :i 7 s 3 n 7 G 2 16 6 10 2 14 35 57 74 72 79 71 33 47 48 51 49 52 63 Denver Sao ADI Indiana Utah .175 .600 .545 .083 .778 .700 .625 .222 Thursday's Results Los Angeles 4, New York Islanders 3 Chicago 5. Philadelphia 5, lie Montreal 5, Pillsburgh 4 Detroit 6. Kansas Cily 3 Boston 6, Minnesota I) WHA W.L. TPUGFGA East Division Cinci 8-10164545 N.England 7 6 1 15 44 43 Cleveland 5 C I II 39 36 Indapolis 4 8 0 B 41 44 WeslDlvlikm Houslon B 5 0 16 47 46 S.Diego 552124139 Phoenix 690124360 Minn. 56111 3 9 4 B Denver 391 7 40 58 Canadian Division Quebec 12 5 0 24 Winnipeg 10 40 20 Edmonton Calgary Toronto 7 B 2 16 1 15 1 7 73 57 57 27 65 67 49 47 54 60 Ninth Rice CLMSl.iOO (1st Half BIG Q) 1 Tippy Tudor 3 Cyclone Annie tValdezl 4 Dusky Countess 5 Cyclone's Flame (Orona) 6 Maggot (Chavez) 7 Go Rojo 8 Jim Tiger 9 Boy Joy (Mnnloya Purse 5 furlongs 121 121 no 118 116 lie 121 121 116 Thundiy's Result San Anlonio 124, Virginia 100 Friday's Games Kentucky at Denver St. Virginia al Richmond Indiana alUlah Saturday's Game New York al San Anlonio Sunday's Game Indiana al SI. Louis NHL Campbell Conference Patrick Division W.L T PlsGFGA Philphia 11 2 5 27 85 46 Thursday's ReaulU Tnrnnln 11, DcnverB San 3. Cleveland 1 NFLSunday'sGamts Los Angeles al Allanta Green Bay al Detroit Dallas at New England Philadelphia at New York Giants Kansas City al Pittsburgh New York Jets al Baltimore Miami al Houston Minnesota at New Orleans Cleveland al Oakland Washington al St. Louis Denver at San Diego Chicago al San Francisco Monday's Game Buffalo al Cincinnati, n StiUi Race MDNCLME.7SO (Quinlela) 1 KlcclCabiPachccoi 2 Kipper's Boy (Chavez) 3nrcrooziOronai 4 Namemego (l.eideckcr) 5Soolinuoulin (Quate) G Hull's Rcau (Chcslcrman) Purse 1800 furlongs 115 121 107 115 121 121 Seventh Race CLM (Qulnlela) 1 Shaikh Jhana il.cidcckcri 2 Lord Larry (Chavez) aSlalelyAlfairiValdczi 4KilliganiLCrioslci 5 Gene Flare (Oronai GWeldy.lr iBUnoslei 7GasCapilal (Chcsletmanl Eighth Rice Pune furlongs 121 121 116 121 in 115 121 Pune Tenth Raw CLM (2nd Hill BIG Q) 1 Days Duty iQualc) 2 3 Royal Hawk (Chacon) 4 Sugar Prince (Clark) 5 Swecl Mose 6 Sir Burr (Hobby) 7 Junior Bo Dale i Pachccoi B Polly Poona (Martinez) 9 Top Sailing 10 Miss WiseGal (Chcstcrman Purse II, 100 imlle 121 121 121 121 121 121 121 115 12J 115 PITTSBURGH (UPI) Joe Gasparclla, a former quar- terback for Notre Dame and Ihe Pittsburgh Steelers, has slepped down as head football coach al Carnegie-Mellon Universily. very difficult to run an offense without a quarterback. I definitely think we need some kind of spark." Bradley said. NMSU. which is 5-4 on the season, has lost four of its last six games, all by wide margins Bozich. 6-fool-2. 200 pounds, rushed for more than 1.190 yards as a senior al Chicago High School. Miller. 6-fool-l, 180 pounds, signed oul of Ruidoso High School wiih Washington Stale, bul transferred to NMSU. He passed for yards his senior year at Ruidoso. The North Texas State squad is 5-4 on the season, with upsets over highly rated Houston. 28-0. and Ter.nessee. 21-14. Lasl week North Texas Slate came from behind to defeat Poly-Pomona 27-17. ('.SI xlarlcr still FORT COLLINS. Colorado Slate coach Sark Arslanian says he may not decide unlil game time whether first string quarterback Mark Dnscoll will start in the Rams' Western Athletic Conference game against Arizona Salur day. 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