High Point Enterprise Newspaper Archives Aug 26 1976, Page 73

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High Point Enterprise, The (Newspaper) - August 26, 1976, High Point, North CarolinaHigh Point Enterprise thursday August 26, 197g 7c changes Are expected in West coast football los Angeles a Ricky Bell and Joe Roth Are Back to shoot for the Heisman trophy but otherwise football in the Pacific-8 conference this year won t resemble last year s version very much. Four new head coaches three of them under 35 years of age May change the Offen Sive appearance of the league. The new look con Ference gets National television exposure Early when Urcla plays Arizona state on sept. 9. That game Between 1975 s no. 2-ranked Sun devils the fiesta bowl winners and no. 5-rated Bruins winners of the Rose bowl could be an old fashioned shoot pm up in Tempe Ariz. It s Asu s Veteran Frank Kush against Urcla s first year 32-year old Terry Donahue who replaced Dick Vermeil now with the National football league s Philadelphia Knoll rest swimmers honoured the Knoll rest swim learn has been honoured at an awards banquet. Knoll rest was undefeated in the regular season of the City swim association and won the City swim meet. Medal and ribbons won at the City meet were presented by Chip Tinsley and Mark Kellam who were coaches for the winning learn. Following that the coaches awards were presented 10 the following boys and girls 8 under Johnny Schroeder and Deeann Belt 9-10, Doug Belt and Angie sanniota 11 12, Bert Alexander and Karen Smith. 13-14, Andy Cox and Donna Dumont and Barbara Eaton 15-18, Ted Williams and Beverly Sheppard. Trophies were presented to the outstanding boy and girl swimmer in each age group this year s winners Are 8 under Keith Errico and Julia Atkinson 9-10, Doug Mackey and Molly Kueny 11-12, Steve Bumgarner and Christine Lenger 13-14, Kevin Combs and Marlene Mcdowell 15-18, buddy Wilson and Carol Shacklett two trophies were presented to the top boy and girl swimmer of the year. This year s recipients were Molly Kueny and Steve Bumgarner. Leather look jacket so easy to take with its supple softness this imported polyvinyl Chloride zip front shorty is incredibly leather like. Expensively detailed with four Novelty pockets and Side tabs. Lined in Long wearing Nylon. For less than the s100 to Price of real leather. Available in sizes 36 to 46. Priced at Only a must item for Back to school 110 e. Kivett formerly 110 e. Washington Tel 888-9971 70 years of continuous service 10 this Community 3 Days Only Date goes Here exc tit col the very finest Rich delicate appear Ance combined with real durability. Easy to use great hiding Dower water Wash up and a scrub Bable finish. The Best from Colony paints 75 eagles. The other coaching changes Jackie Sherrill 32, 1 at Washington state replacing Jim Sweeny John Robin son 41, at Southern califor Nia taking Over for John Mckay former Mckay aide Craig Fertig 34, at Oregon state replacing Dee Andros now athletic director. Bell Southern Cal s 214 Pound tailback who rushed for Yards last year will run behind a Veteran line which includes big Marvin Powell and Donnie Hickman. Two fullbacks and excellent blockers also return Mosi Tatupu and Dave Farmer. They mowed Down the opposition so Well for the 8-4 trojans last year that Bell came within six Yards of modern finish in modern colors choose from hundreds of shades in a Latex finish Worth scoop Latex fast and easy Roll on a Chat of newness. Good hiding dries in minutes. Lowder Supply co. High Point Thomasville adj de Marinaro s Mcaa single season Rushing record. Urcla was 9-2-1 last year using ground eating offence and a cat Quick Young defense. And most of it returns this year including running Back Wendell Tyler safeties Oscar Edwards and Pat Schmidt linebacker Raymond Burks and tackle Manu Tuiasosopo. Gone is first team All America quarterback John Sciarra. Roth California s passing wizard an honorable men Tion All american last year was overshadowed by Sciarra. Roth who hit 126 of 236 passes for Yards last year lost top receiver Steve Rivera to graduation and the san Francisco 49ers, but he still has Wesley Walker fullback Tom Newton will do most of the running. At Stanford the Quarter Back Battle resumes where it left off last year. Coach Jack Christiansen still has t decided whether hell use Guy Benjamin or Mike Cor Dova a decision he failed to reach All last year when the two were alternated. Cordova was no. 1 most of the time but Benjamin played the last three games. The statistics Cordova 106 completions 231 attempts Yards 11 touchdowns Benjamin 79 completions 135 attempts Yards 10 touchdowns. Oregon state s ebullient Fertig out of the Mckay Mold has quarterback problems. His Choice will either be Sophomore Jeff Kynaston. Impressive in Spring drills or last year s no. L Man Kyle Grossart who missed Spring drills with a broken ankle. Whoever it is hell be throwing to Fleet Lee Over ton. And whoever it is hell probably Call More than his share of Surprise plays. Fer Tig is an imaginative coach. Washington coach Don James Calls 1976 a rebuilding year but the rebuilding will be a lot easier with people like Robin Earl Robert Gaines Scott Phillips and Charles Jackson. Earl a 250-Pound fullback averaged 4.7 Yards a carry last year. Gaines played sparingly but the track Star turned his Only two pass receptions into touchdowns. Two of his blocked pulls produced touchdowns too. Phillips a senior caught 33 passes last year and has 85 in his three seasons. Jackson is an impressive Middle guard. Oregon s Don read has 34 Letterman Back including one of the top passers in the conference Jack Henderson. His no. 1 target will be split end Greg Bauer but it la take More than passing for the ducks to improve on their 3-8 record. Sherill. In his first year at Usu inherits a 3-8 Over All and 0-7 conference team. His quarterback experienced John Hopkins. Tailback Dan Doornink is also Back. The Pacific-8 title Chase with lilo Rose bowl berth the top prize again appears to be a Case of Southern Cal is the rest of the conference. Robinson says hell have his quarterbacks throwing the Ball to his backs a lot More than did Mckay. And Bell who averaged 3u carries per game May wind up catching the Ball More than the four times he did last season Urcla even without Sciarra will resume using its veer to offence with Jeff Dankworth throwing to flanker Wally Henry and tight ends Don Pederson and Rick Walker. It la be an explosive offence similar to the one which rolled up 414 see changes on Ioc Magna Vox he clearance Model american 25" Diagonal color automatic color solid state automatic Fine tuning Reg. 779.95 ,95 with Trade tape deck record changer am pm stereo Model 6324 Early american stereo Reg. 369.95 195 19" Diagonal table color . 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