|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
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|Publisher||Digitized by J. Willard Marriott Library, University of Utah|
|Paper||Utah State University Student Newspapers|
2 Student Life Friday December 10 Page 1977 SPORTS p m m the Spec omght at trims the women s basketball team Will open their season as thev host Weber Mate FSl' will be previewing a team that returns Marters Rain Shirlev Ratlv Montgomery and Jerrv McMahan H honored Tuesday aluable plav f r for the v fu st soph'itii-tmost t'niv ors'Cv 'O v gam over torv 1 'Vhi of in his vani atoreii athlete at the annual ier from Granite Hgh in Salt like Citv season official inhumation of LSI’ s of won three The ler i Snv Ags Bruce Cower Head tar cr canu s an i set a fast offensive pace during the final 7 '' R ip f ‘ 1 tl t ''t’dMin U was one of several honors evening ( dber pr uninent aw ards w ent to senior hnebac ker Pun Elder Most m r wed senior Mfensii e guard Jim Hough Hustle award and the to center Curt a team autographed football an H ’eba ker Maude Nelson both seniors the ’uded senior quarterbui k Keith Mvers ’ yv-’- t ir f r hs i 48 grade point average in Biology r” r sae'v Dave Parkn Cleanup tu klint s nhomor" o'tensue lineman Mike Losmark Scout learns - ha iu‘ i Uxtii"- as the team s MM’ Pri lal athletes during the r led mdiv a - s s i i i professional volleyball fame In audition to the starters ’each Manlvn Weiss has brought to Utah several transfers and I outstanding ini lude Sherry Red wine who had a 2b point average ind Rose at Nan Jac into in ’I transfers eas Mibrurn who was all Region and averaged 20 points a game at Dixie last year The freshman awaid winner from Clearfield I’tah and Brenda House the iirl Xthlete of the Year ' in t olorado last ear Ji Mth N SI L Seated U t b r ii and State twill last war 2 tin gcies will ugun haw 38-8- tu ii nt K a t tl v sy a' Carev Dorinda include Women Sport Magazine national u Si The freshman si oret M id w oh lei the last I''iliits p r L '!-- c It i iii t Midwestern State Universitv of Wichita Falls Texas vour household name in college basketball school with a5m student enrollment that play s good basketball and located in themiw of the Texas plains does not have a chance to get its desenn eeognition in the football crazy lone Star State The Midwestern State Indians are currently the number one rated basketball team in the NAIA division They have only recently I I placing Division schools of the NCAA but have played quite a fe° i international teams 0 and finished strong in the NAU Mist season the Indians went Tournament Midwestern returns four of their starters from last ywr I "heir season began with wins over national teams from Scotland and Portugal in an international tournament gainst national competition Midwestern won their own Thanks giving Invitational by beating Pittsburgh of Kansas 8M1 and 8 This past Monday against Division I Northwest Oklahoma and on Tuesday to Menuhis competition they lost to Missouri Mate 4 Individually the Indians lack the big man they had a year ago Last seasons leading scorer and rebounder 610 ' Ron Taylor is now placing for Texas A&I This leaves Coach Stockton to play a three forward offense and they have adjusted well to it The man to watch is Henry (Yawford the 6'5 forward In four game ( i aw ford is av er aging 20 points and 13 rebounds a game and he is a from last year leaHr He is an honorable mention The man that plays the post is Nat Iunn and is the same height as Mike Santos He is quick and scores well 114 points a game) The guards are Tom Hutson and Alfred Mark Hutson is the team's quarterbai k and assist leader He had 194 assists last year nine more than i s ar Williams Alfred Clark is the scorer Already averaging 1J surds a game and he is a great perimeter shooter Lipiff will be at 7 p m in the Spectrum The starters again will be Mcstun Boless and Blair Martieau at the forwards Oscar Williams Keith Mi I Xinald at the guards and Mike Santos at center for the i: 24-1- 86-6- 81-7- 3 78-7- t’ agues loading av ei eat i oiiti rti battle tomorrow season tonight against Weber Parros named football AAVP JP rc - USU-AAidweste- Women open amg 10 i I tMt'S Hus game will tie one you won't want to miss ffn ia! has already guaranteed an Indian vu tore IS vr Va‘e st In c l’ recognizing Parros as the club is )a:i I ! alt r iaho state Wetter State an i I or St hnei s MVP Snyder pt jNMfylAJa aised the young sophomore Rick showed us what he was made of when he was forced to play h 2 il He was the s(i si r with a Yai t ired rib said Snvder o'wav s me guv we got the ball to in the crucial situations and he del the wors rd he cough' the bail well too all season - w viJd up s - brst fall war on the varsitv with Ho yards Per - istc f e tltb tvs! season t Ual by an Aggie runner And he sntje ’ we line full ame against Penn State without j f the i ib g 'Me md hei ausp injury the preceding week against Sa'i Dice MaV I' ’n'' Ui'i't r‘ ent Nr A statists al listings Parros ranked 16th in running 136 2 yads a game and 24th in rushing 103 2 is a gaii ur With still two vears a head of hun Parros is eighth on career rushing list with 1235 yards His most productive games ' e a’ Weber Mate 181 and at Memphis State 177 ime of the pleasant surprises during the 1977 season was the ' level pinent of sermr linebacker Dan Finer the most unproved w inner He started almost from obscurity" said Snyder of the Fast Palo Alto Calif native ' When our leading tackier Kelly Stroich broke his neck against BYU Dan had to fill that linebacker spot He did that and then some He improved his game everywhere and his pass " defense m particular really came along Ilder s 108 tackles led the 1977 Aggie defensive unit In recognizing 261 pound Jim Hough as the ’’Hustle award" winner Snvder announced the Aggie senior from UMirada Calif has been invited to represent Utah State m the 53rd annual Shrine East-Wegame Dec 31 in Palo Alto Calif ' ' 1 Midwestern EVERYONE READY BUT YOU? STUDENT LIFE'S Classified ski sale will get your ready Buy sell trade ski i A equipment all next ! -- as a week for only $200 DEADLINE: TODAY NOON $200 will place your Ad Dec 5 7 & 9 st all-st- Final Run for fun Bowler of the week tomorrow Final Fall Run for Fun Saturday December 3 1000 a m We have had good responses for our two fall runs for fun and many requests for more Come and join the fun every one a w inner this Saturday The course will cover six miles starting in front of the HPFR building Dress for the weather and bring your friends -- jog-gin- tt ‘iliBflim Mario "610" Giordano is originally from Plattsburgh New York is living in Logan at 561 H N 7th E Gio has had a high three game series of 640 and a high game of 252 He is currently studying photography & pottery to obtain his bachelor of fine arts degree He works in the Hobby Center and is a free lance professional photographer on the side Gio enjoys music skiing baseball and would like nothing more than to win regionals (Classification) ( Last Name) Bring or mail this (First) Address (City) (State) ’'TUXiTf IJ£e CLASSIFIES Box 1249 Lngan Utah 84322 Utah Ml University UMC 0 (Zip) LIFE coupon to STUDENT along with two dollars to reserve your space in Student Life's Specie Classified Ski SALE!