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Page 18 Tfie Thunderbird Monday, November 7, 1983 The Thunderbird Classifieds have everything you want! '' ( '' 5 , y?y S'' V' t 586-888- fall fashions ' u'W) I :jz SpEciAlizES In Perms & HaIrcuts FREE EAR PIERCING NOT INcludid) EXptKES opcN 106 Mon. tIiru Fri. by ChERRiE MANAqsd LyNNE 76 East Center (Pioneer Square) MHIer 86-42- 9? Homecoming Flowers Boutonnieres Corsages B ouquets Flower choices include: Roses, Carnations, Daisies, Orchards, etc. t ? f 4 : SUSC quarterback Jeff Hookano fires a pass in a recent Thunderbird home game. Hookano engineered a key touchdown drive to help SUSC defeat Colorado Mines Saturday. D dumps Mines, road Two defensive touchdowns aid SUSC in first Southern Utah State College turned in constant defensive gems Saturday to beat Colorado Mines, in Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference football action at Golden, Colo. Defensive back Babe Malafau scored two touchdowns, one on an interception return, and the other on a fumble return that gave SUSC the victory late in the game. The win was the Thunderbirds first victory on the road this year, and upped SUSCs season will face Western New mark to The Mexico in the years final game th s Saturday at noon in Thunderbird Stadium. The SUSC defense came up with its first big play midway through the initial period. After the drive that carried them Orediggers staged a down to the line, SUSC made a e stand that slammed the end zone door shut. Offensively, however, SUSC could not hit paydirt. Three drives were stopped short when Kirk Hafen passes were intercepted deep m Oredigger territory. " SUSC got on the scoreboard early in the second quarter. Rick Harrisons punt pinned line. the Colorado squad inside its own After a sizeable gain, Mines quarterback Mike Scherrer got bold and passed up the sideline to Casey Brown. Malafau stepped in front of the aerial, picked it off and returned it 18 yards for a 21-1- wC0UpON (STud r v l by Paul Husselbee HaIrcuts $6.00 N N V,T- - " a i T-Bi-rd The Hair Care Beauty SaIon 4 4 f l 0 Come See Men & Womens fS ' TV-- K CedaR City, Utah 84720 t) Jj. rti :X- - ' Smoots Ladies app&Rel 19 noRth roam -- 11 V s 4-- goal-lin- coffin-corn- five-yar- d 21-1- 6 victory of season touchdown. Andy Parrys conversion was good and SUSC led Mines came back and evened the count when Scherrer threw to Brown for a touchdown. Tom field goal for a Kane later booted a halftime advantage. Coach After a scoreless third quarter, Don Conrad turned to reserve quarterback Jeff Hookano, who immediately led SUSC to a touchdown. Hookanos second pass went to Rob Edwards for 40 yards, bringing SUSC down to the Oredigger line. Two plays later, Hookano pitched to tailback Curry Ancar, who fired a scoring a strike to Jim Ginnetti, giving the lead. Scherrer passed to Dave Zimbrick on a scoring play to put Mines back in front with 7.49 remaining in the game. defense put the game away However, the minutes later. Mines was again threatening when Doug Howell stole the ball from an opposing ball carrier at the line. Howell carried the ball upfield, but ran into a wall of Orediggers at the line. Turning around, Howell alertly pitched the ball back to Malafau, who scored easily. Safety Scott Henderson sewed up the victory with less than a minute left when he intercepted a Scherrer pass at the goal line. 10-- 7 d 14-1- 0 d Depth, experience aid women hoopsters Coupon C ustom Built Goodness PIZZA SALAD BAR SANDWICHES SPAGHETTI by Scott Ball Open Daily 11 00 A M Lunch & Dinner (Closed Sunday) Taking an advance look at the 1983-8- 4 season, things look good for SUSCs womens basketball team, Thunderbird Coach Boyd Adams said. According to Adamr, SUSC has almost everyone back from last years team. The Lady Birds were overall and in RMAC play in 14-1- 1 9-- 9 1982. The Drinks Are On Us with a purchase of any Med. or Large Pizza 124 South Main Cedar City, Utah 84720 586-390- 0 Expires Nov. 15, 1983 Adams said he feels this years team will be much stronger. After a years experience, everybody knows my coaching and they know each other better. I feel that with the incoming freshmen we will have more depth. SUSC returns guard Gwen Thomas, as well as frontliners Paula Burgoyne and Lisa honorable mention Stolk, who were selections. addition, the Lady Birds will have Annette j Turley, transfer student from Utah State, and six freshman standouts. The frosh class includes Amy Wright, Denise Muir, Pat Roundy, Kelly Hadfield, Jill Reynolds, and Leslie Magnusen. Ill really be looking for help from the freshmen, Adams said. SUSC will play its first game Nov. 28 against Idaho State at Pocatello, Idaho. Since the volleyball team has been eliminated from postseason play, seven members of the volleyball squad will join the hoopsters in plenty of time for the final game. The basketball players who played for the volleyball team include Burgoyne, Stolk, Reynolds, Magnusen, Lisa Ballantyne, Sally Gines, and Anita Green. The Thunderbirds will entertain Western New Mexico Dec. 1 in the first home game, of the. year....