|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
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|Paper||Southern Utah University Student Newspapers|
The Thundcrbird Monday, February 6, 1984 Lady Birds bow to Mesa on road Potent Maverick offense overpowers womens team by Orin Allen The SUSC Lady played a critical game Saturday night in Grand Junction, Colo., losing 8 to a much improved Mesa Maverick basketball team. They are a better basketball team now than they were at the beginning of the season, said Coach Boyd Adams. We cant keep going on the road like this, constant travel wears a team down to the point where it is difficult to win, even against teams you should beat. We are hoping that doesnt happen. We got really behind the beginning of the second half, that was where Mesa established their lead, said Adams. Mesa shot 62 percent from the field in the first half and 60 percent for the game. We played their kind of game, run and gun. We didnt play our kind of game. stated Gwen Thomas. We really miss the presence of Paula Burgoyne, said Adams. The Lady lost the services of starting center Burgoyne for at least two weeks, possibly the entire season. Burgoyne and SUSC trainer are fearful that further play and the possibility of reinjuring her back might put the centers health in jeopardy on a permanent basis. They went inside on us in the second half and it was hard for us to stop them. said Adams of the loss to Mesa. We really didnt play that bad but these road trips really affect us. 95-7- ot 95-7- 8 Present This Coupon For One V 0 Steak and Shrimp Special Buy One and Get One Free Lisa Stolk played her best game of the season, noted Adams. The senior forward from Parowan led the scoring for the Lady hitting 19 from the field) and grabbing seven points rebounds. Gwen Thomas contributed 18 points, and Lisa Ballantyne added 13 points and had six rebounds. Mesas guard Becky Garcia led all (8-1- ) 3 5-- 8 scoring with 22 points, topping her average of 19 per game. We cant overlook Western State. You always have to worry about each team, Adams warns. The minute you start to look past someone youll end up getting beat. "We have to regroup for Monday nights contest, Adams states. The Lady came up with one of its better defensive efforts of the season back on January 12 when the Birds stopped Western State College 66-4- 6 at home. If we can apply that kind of defensive pressure again over there, we should win, Adams said. If we can get a split on this road trip, we still have a good chance at making the playoffs. Adams said. are now 6 in RMAC The Lady standings, and 7 overall. Today they return home to host Southern Colorado Feb. 1 1 and Colorado Mines on Feb. 13. On Feb. 18 they travel to Northern 5 they host Adams State Arizona, and Feb. and Ft. Lewis respectively. Sullivan's La Tajada Room (Salad Bar and Lounge) 86 South Main 586-676- 1 One coupon per table Womens Athlete of the Week our Woman Week this week. Lisa is a ward from Parawon. Lisa points and 7 rebounds in Lisa Stolk is 95-7- Athlete of the 60 senior forscored 19 a 'losing effort 8. 5-- 9-- STATE BANK OF SOUTHERN UTAH 26 North Main Street, Cedar City Your home town bank 23-2- FREE TRIP TO MAZATLAN, MEXICO Mens athlete of the week Bryan Olson a 6 11 junior from American Fork scored the last three points in overtime to help SUSC upset Mesa. Bryan, were lucky to have you on our side! Last year we took over 5300 students in 8 weeks from 112 colleges and universities. We need reps, from your campus that are willing to work during their spare time in return for a free trip. The trip for SOUTHERN UTAH STATE COLLEGE is MARCH HOYLE INSURANCE 23. For more information call Marty or Lori on our toll free watts line at See you in MAZATLAN. James Hoyle, agent, Terry Hoyle, agent 164 West Center, Cedar City ON-CAMPU- STUDENT S EMPLOYMENT ANNOUNCEMENTS College Students, if you need help with paying off your student loan, let the Utah National Guard help. We can pay off up to 90 percent of your loan. In addition, undergraduates may qualify for a $4,000 scholarship. For more Information call: 586-485- SUSC Center is Early Intervention accepting applications for a 50 percent time teacher to work with handicapped preschoolers beginning March 1 Experience andor education in Early . Childhood or Special Education required. Hourly wage position. Salary negotiable depending on experience. Application forms and further information available from Virginia B. Higbee, SUSC Box 587, 1 552 West 200 North (rear of building), or call 586-794- 9 during business hours. PERSONALS Dear L, Dear L You got no complaint, you are what you are; and you ain't what you aint. Youre not a male, L, its easy to see. Quit wishing for something that never will be. Kathys roommate. Kathy and her Roommate Yea, but you sure suckered into it didnt you? We got your money and you got sponged. Nothing like a little innocent fun. Who would have thought the first personal to Kathy would lead to her thinking someone (God forbid) was actually after her! Poor Don! And this hurt his pride sol To the luscious mysterious redhead In Hi hows history 121 at 10 a.m. it going? Well heres the scam. Ive been hoping to meet you for about 3 weeks now but so far I've had no prime chances. So answer me a few questions: 1) Who are you? 2) Where would I be most likely to run into you accidentally? In other words, where do you hang out? (If you're in to hanging out, that is). Sincerely, ? Fan. Scott: With is this a preposition? Ooh! could be! Skip: I've heard of journeys, but this is ridiculous! L Hate Don you say thats truly absurd. Don is my bud so chew on these words: Hickory Dickory Dee, why do you caio about me? suspect who you are, but Im not sure so far, though you sound like a joker to me. Kathy Harold S. Im excited! don't have any pianos to move, but have you seen those purple panties?! Page 15 Are you still hiding? Come out and play! Youre losing respect with each passing day. If you werent so craven (do you wear men's pants?) for Kathys affections you might stand a chance. So tell us your name, stand up, show some class or keep right on sneaking and be called candy ass! Western Waters Fly Tying Hand tied flies, best prices In Southern Utah. Call John Martineau at 586-048L Solution to lodcty 1984-8- 5 Academic Year The Department of Resident Living is seeking qualified applicants for the challenging positions of Head Resident at Manzanita Court and Resident Advisors in both Juniper hall and Manzanita. Interested students would preferably have previous residence hall living experience, a willingness to serve students, work irregular hours and a minimum 2.5 cumulative grade point average. Application packets with all the details are available at the Resident Living Office located in the main lobby of Juniper Hall. Deadline for aplying is March 2, 1984 for Head Resident and March 9, 1984 for Resident Advisors. Starting Date: July 1, 1984 for Head Resident, September 10, 1984 for Resident Advisors.