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FRIDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1!)S, C-6 THE INDIANAPOLIS STAR WEDNESDAY 7 THURSDAY 8 TODAY 2 SATURDAY 3 SUNDAY 4 MONDAY 5 TUESDAY 6 Kalamazoo at Ice 7:30 p.m. Ice at Peoria 8 p.m. o SCOREBOARD "41 . ice Fort Wayne at Ice 7:30 p.m. ice Portland at Pacert 7:30 p.m. Ct? Philadelphia at Pacers 7:30 p.m. For scores call 633-1200, from 4:30 p.m. to 1 a.m. Colts at Miami 1 p.m. IP SPORTS ON THE RADIO WIBC-1070 AM. 5:15 a.m. Sports Update WXTZ-103 FM, 6:15 a.m. Don Hem Sports and Comment. WYlC-1110 AM, 10:45 a.m. College Repct : WYIC-1110 AM, 2:45 p.m. Cclleoe Report. ; WIBC-1070 AM, 4:45 p.m. Sports Update WIBC-1070 AM, 6:10 p.m. Colts Update With Bob Lamey. WHJE-91.3 FM. 7 p.m. Sports Sporhght. WHJE-93.1 FM, 7:45 p.m. Boys Basketball. Madison Heights at Carmel. CABLE TELEVISION ESPN, 6 a.m. Bodies in Motion. ESPN, 8:30 a.m. Sportscenter. ESPN, 9 a.m. Big West Basketball: Loyola vs. Cal-Santa Barbara. ESPN, 11 a.m. Getting Fit ESPN, 11:30 a.m. Basic Training Workout. ESPN, Noon Bodies m Motion. ESPN, 12:30 p.m. Bodyshapmg with Cory Everson. ESPN, 1 p.m. 88 NCAA Division I Women s Soccer Champ. USA, 2 p.m. Professional Golf: J.C. Penney Classic. Second Round. ESPN, 3 p.m. Senior PGA Tour: GTE Kaanapali Classic. ESPN, 5 p.m. Tennis: Nabisco Masters. USA, 7 p.m. College Basketball Tournament. Temple vs Missoun. HBO, 7 p.m. Inside the NFL 13. TBS-17, 8:05 p.m. NBA Basketball: Boston at Cleveland. USA, 9 p.m. College Basketball Tournament: Arizona vs. N. Carolina. ESPN, 9:30 p.m. Sun Belt Basketball: Richmond vs. Old Dominion. TBS-17, 10:30 p.m. NBA Basketball: Utah at LA Lakers. ESPN, 11:30 p.m. Sportscenter. f USA, 11:30 p.m. Pro Golf: J.C. Penney Classic. NBA STANDINGS (x-Late game not included) EASTERN CONFERENCE ATLANTIC DIVISION W New York 9 Philadelphia 10 Boston 8 New Jersey 7 Washington 4 Charlotte 4 L 5 6 7 9 8 10 CENTRAL W Detroit 11 Cleveland 9 Atlanta 9 Milwaukee 6 Chicago 6 PACERS 2 L 3 3 6 6 8 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE MIDWEST DIVISION W L Dallas 9 4 x-Denver 9 4 Utah 9 4 Houston 9 6 San Antonio 5 8 .Miami 0 12 PACIFIC W L i-.'LA Lakers 10 3 "Portland 7 7 -"- -Golden State 6 7 Phoenix 6 7 Seattle 6 7 I LA. Clippers 6 8 x-Sacramento .... 2 9 THURSDAY'S RESULTS Charlotte 109. Philadelphia 107 Atlanta 127, Washington 115 TODAY'S Milwaukee at New Jersey. 7:30 p.m. Portland at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Washington, 8 p.m. Boston at Cleveland. 8 p.m. New York at Dallas. 8.30 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Detroit 114. PACERS 111 Houston id. Dallas 89 Boston 133. New Jersey 100 Utah 107, Chicago 93 Philadelphia 114. Portland 106 LA Lakers 110. Seattle 106 San Antonio 105. Miami 101 New York 135, LA Clippers 128 OT NFL STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA x-Buttalo ..: 11 2 0 846 273 189 COLTS 7 6 0 .538 290 239 New England .....7 6 0 .538 217 2 NY Jets 6 6 I .500 277 279 Miami .'.5 8 0 . 385 229 278 Central Cincinnati 10 3 0 .769 395 261 Houston 9 4 0 . 692 326 294 Cleveland 8 5 0 .615 221 206 Pittsburgh 3 10 0 . 231 245 343 West Denver 7 6 0 . 538 272 279 Seattle 7 6 0 .538 247 265 LA Raiders 6 7 0 . 462 246 269 San Diego 4 9 0 .i:A 177 278 Kansas City 3 9 1 269 191 234 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA W L T Pts GF GA NY Giants 8 5 0 .615 266 258 Det-oit 14 7 4 32 104 92 Philadelphia 8 5 0 .615 314 275 Toronto II 14 1 23 89 106 Phoenix 7 6 0 .518 303 305 St Louis 9 10 4 22 81 84 Washington 6 7 0 462 291 324 Minnesota 8 13 4 20 83 99 Pallas 2 It 0 .154 213 317 Chicago 6 16 4 16 102 128 Central Smvthe Division y-Chicago II 2 0 846 269 152 Calgary 17 4 4 38 110 63 Minnesota 9 4 0 .692 327 185 Edmonton 15 8 3 33 115 98 Detroit 3 10 0 . 231 168 265 Los Angeles 17 9 0 35 142 106 Tmpa Bav 3 10 0 .231 223 325 Vancouver 11 12 5 27 92 85 Green Bay 2 11 0 .154 182 262 Winnipeg 9 8 4 22 86 84 West THURSDAY'S RESULTS New Orleans 9 4 0 692 282 199 Minnesota 4, Boston I San Fran 8 5 0 .615 310 236 Detroit 7, Quebec 3 LA Rams 7 6 0 .538 324 267 Montreal 2, Philadelphia 2, tie Atlanta 5 8 0 . 385 225 270 St. Louis 8. NY Islanders 0 ; i-clinched division title V-clinched plavoff berth SUNDAY'S GAMES COLTS at Miami, 1 p.m. Buffalo at Tampa Bay, I 0 m. Dallas at Cleveland, I p m. Green Bav at Detroit, 1 p m. New Orleans at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Phoenn at NY Giants, 1 p.m San Diego at Cincinnati, 1 p m. ' San Francisco at Atlanta, 1 p m. ..Seattle at New England. I p m. ' , Washington at Philadelphia, I p m. ' NY Jets at Kansas City. 4 p m, Denver at LA Raiders, 4 pm, ' "Pittsburgh at Houston, 8 p m. ' MONDAY'S GAME ' .Chicago at LA Sams, 9 p m. : HS RESULTS ' SWIMMING .'. BOYS ,.Avon 103, Zionsviiie 67 Kokomo 92, North Central 80 Roncaili 84, Washington 81 Southport 92, Center Grove 79 . WRESTLING Beech Grove 38, Lawrence Central 72 Carmel 36, Lebanon 19 Chatard 45, Tech 25 K Oeaf School 35, Park Tudor 32 ' Decatur Central 49. Perry Meridian 11 ' Franklin Central 42. Greenfield Central ; Hamilton Southeastern 39. Tri-Central 27 TANK McNAMARA L4SAPHOC? f?UM6f? -T46P?e'5 ) IOO UJAY IVfc CAW 9TOP J AIR Pet. .643 .625 .533 .438 .333 .286 GB Strk Home Road W1 4-1 5-4 L1 9-2 1-4 W2 6- 3 2-4 L2 3- 4 4-5 L1 2-3 2-5 W2 3-4 1-6 Strk Home Road W1 4-1 7-2 W2 4-1 5-2 W3 6- 0 3-6 L1 5-3 1-3 L4 3-1 3-7 L1 2-4 0-8 1Vz 3 4 5 DIVISION Pet. GB .786 .750 1 .600 2V2 .500 4 .429 5 .143 9 Pet. .692 .692 .692 .600 .385 .000 GB Strk Home L1 7- 3 Road 2- 1 1- 3 1- 3 3- 3 1- 5 0- 6 W2 W1 W1 W1 L12 8- 1 8- 1 6- 3 4- 3 0- 6 1 4 8"2 DIVISION Pet. GB Strk Home .769 W2 4-0 .500 312 L2 6- 1 .462 4 W1 3- 3 .462 4 W1 4- 2 .462 4 L1 3- 3 .429 4!2 L2 5- 1 .182 7 W1 2- 4 Road 6- 3 1- 3- 2-3- 1- 0- Cleveland 99. Milwaukee 96 Denver at Sacramento GAMES Golden State at Denver, 9 30 p.m. Houston at Phoenix. 9:30 p.m. LA Clippers at Seattle. 10 p.m. Utah at LA Lakers. 10:30 p.m. Pike 35, Northwest 27 Roncalfi 48, Mooresville 22 Warren Central 47, North Central 9 NHL STANDINGS WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I I Ptl GF GA NY Rangers 14 9 3 31 107 94 Pittsburgh 14 10 0 28 115 108 Washington 12 11 2 26 9 2 91 Philadelphia 10 16 2 22 102 105 New Jersev 8 12 4 20 7 7 96 NY Islanders ... 7 16 2 16 75 107 Adams Division Montreal 15 9 4 34 111 96 Boston 11 10 5 27 91 80 Buffalo II 12 2 24 93 102 Hartford 9 13 I 19 78 88 Quebec 8 17 2 18 95 128 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Calgary 6, NY Rangers 3 Los Angeles 9, Toronto 3 TODAY'S GAMES Hartford at Buffalo, 7 35 p m. Vancouver at AmntDeg. 8 35 p m. Calgary at Edmonton, 9 35 p.m. WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 6, Hartford 3 Buffalo 6, Quebec 2 Ptttsburgh 6, Washington 4 Edmonton 4, Vancouver 2 IHL STANDINGS EAST DIVISION W LOTLPtj GF GA l?t H Saginaw 13 Muskegon 34 Kalamazoo 12 Fort Aayne 8 Flint WEST OIVISION W LOTLPtS Milwaukee 20 4 1 41 133 li)6 Salt Lake City.... 16 II 1 33 107 114 Denver U 10 3 31 U0 137 ICE II 14 0 22 91 107 Peon . ... 6 14 3 15 100 126 THURSDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TODAY'S GAMES Kalamazoo at Fort Wayne Sagnaw at Muskegon Salt Latce at Flint WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Milwaukee 8, Saginaw 7 w v 1 r v s7f mu COLLEGE BASKETBALL MEN THURSDAY'S SCORES State, Big Ten Arizona state 106, Indiana Sta'e 91 IP-Fort Wayne 92, St Francis 71 Purdue 63. Texas Tech 54 St. Joseph's 70, Manchester 46 Taylor 70. T'eyecca Nazarene 64 W. Michigan 92 va'oaratso 78 EAST American Intl 109, Westtield St. IOC Boston College 90, New Hampshire 76 Catholic U !5, Galiauoet 60 Charleston. W Va. 96, Concord 77 Chevney 72, Queens Coll. 68 Forrjham 78. Hotstra 64 Frostburg St 78, Lynchburg S8 Geneseo St 102, Brockport St. 74 lona 77, Hayyan 63 Kings, Pa 71, Wilkes 63 Lovola, Md 118 Lebanon Val 83 Maryland 97. Md -Eastern Shore 53 Merrimack 88. New Hampshire Coll. 77 Middlebury 77, RPI 62 N J Teen 103. N V Poly 43 Penn St 80, Vermont 60 Phila Pharmacy 81. Ursinus 71 S Connecticut 67. Bryant 59 S Mame 88. Va.ne-Farmmgton 63 SE Massachusetts 89. Suffolk 66 Sacred Heart 94, Post Coll. S3 St Anselm 97, New Haven 58 St Joseph s, Maine 106. Maine Man-time 62 Towson St 115, Gettysburg 70 Virginia Union 67, Kutztown 60 West Virginia 61, Fresno St 57 Wheeling Jesuit 92, Aiderson-Broaddus to Yeshiya 72, N Y Maritime 68 SOUTH Baptist Coll 68, Voorhees SI Belmont 92, Carson-Newman 7! Birmingham-Southern 78, Tenn. Temple 6t Campbell 81, Ferrum 52 Citadel 93, N C -Asheville 77 . Clemson 79, Furman 64 Coker 110, Fayetteville St 80 Coll. ot Charleston 67, Francis Marion 47 Mississippi Col 102, Belhaven 79 Mississippi St 113. SE Louisiana 61 Mobile 107, Miles 65 Morgan St 91, Lincoln. Pa. 50 Morris 115. Edward Waters 106 Presbyterian 79, Lander 72 Roanoke 78, Mary Washington 76 Sv Louisiana 96, Louisiana Coll 63 St. Augustine s 83. St. Paul s 73 Troy St 77, Montevallo 76 UCLA 91, Miami. Fia 66 VMI 78, Shenandoah 58 MIDWEST Baker 88, Benedictme.Kan. 78 Carthage 71, Marycrest69 Drury 52, Evangel 49 Ferns St 68 Wis -Parkside 57 Illinois Col 86, Greenville 71 Kansas 98 Seattle 65 Lmdenwood 93, Maryville, Mo, 89, OT Leras 79, North Park 73 Marian. Wis 75, Lakeland 55 Millikin 67, Mac Murray 61 Morningside 69, Briar Cliff 63 Mount Union 72, Wash & Jetf 53 North Dakota 83, N Michigan 78 SW Missouri Baptist 73, Pittsburg SI 60 School ol the Ozarks 74, Mo. Southern 68 St Ambrose 93. Cornell. Iowa 79 - St Louis 83, Bradley 77 Washburn 76, William Jewell 58 Westmar 96, Mount Marty 76 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Tech 130, Philander Smith 76 Harding 86. Union, Tenn 70 Howard Pavne 91, McMurry 67 Oklahoma Baptist 86 E Central U. 78 Ouachita 68, Oa"as Baptist 62 Texas 87. Sam Houston St. 79 Texas-Arling'on 75, Hardin-Stmmons 60 FAR WEST Air Force 94, Mesa, Colo. 69 FuHerton St 59 Utah 57 Gorzaga 75, E Washington 63 Montana St 91, Lewis-Ciark St 82 Oregon 93. whitwortn 67 Weber SI. 80. Bngham Young 78 WOMEN THURSDAY'S SCORES Louisiana Stale 78, Long Beach St. 73 Michigan 65. Toledo 75 New Orleans 57, SMU 52 Northern Illinois 81, Western Illinois 50 Southern Cal 93 North Carolina 75 TODAY'S GAMES Indianapolis at Southern Illinois-Ed wardsville Tourney Purdue at Southern fllinois-Carbondale St Bonaventure Tourney (Valparaiso vs Mt St, M.ary's. Robert Morns vs. St. Bonaventurej Virginia Tournev (Notre Dame vs. Georgetown, Arizona vs. Virginia) Washington State Tourney (Ball State vs. Sam Houstcn Slate. Evansville vs. Washington State! NHL STATISTICS SCORING LEADERS (Through Nov. 27) GP G APtsPim Lemieux, Pit . NiChoils, LA .... Greuky. LA ... Brown, Pit Yzerman, Det . 21 23 37 . 24 28 26 . 24 18 33 . 23 21 26 .23 23 20 60 42 54 32 51 10 47 66 43 23 COLLEGE FOOTBALL 'AT COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS Alabama 7 0 17 - 30 Texas A AM 3 0 7 0 - 10 Aia-Stewart 10 pass from D. Smith (Doyle kick) A&M-FG Slater 49 Ala FG Doyle 39 Ala FG Doyle 42 A&M-W.ison 1 run (Slater kick) Ala-Turner 8 pass from Smith (Doyle kick) Ala FG Doyle 30 Ala hhi 10 run (Doyle kick) A 59, 152 HS BASKETBALL BOYS THURSDAY'S SCORES Goshen ib, Eifriart Central 44 Heritage CVtst.afi 87 Indiana Deaf 30 TONIGHT'S GAMES Avon af Cascaoe Beech Grove af Franklm BreDejf af Laurence North E'Ownstjrg at Danville B'own County at Indian Creek Ca'rtedrai at Manual Chatard at Broad Ripple Decatur Central at Whiteiand Eastern Hancock at New Palestine Franklin Central at Greenfield-Central Franhton at Hamilton Heights Hauser at Lutheran Heritage Christian at Sheridan Lapel at Hamilton SE LeCancn at Crawfordsville Madison Heights at Carmel Martinsville af Warren Central Morton Memorial at Park Tudor Momstcwn at Union County Mt. Vemon at Zionsviiie North Central at Lawrence Centra) North Central tSuiiivan, at Eminence Perry Meridian at Ben Davis P ke a Howe Pfamfie-d at Center Grove SneibvHe at Columbus North Sou'n Decatur at wn.tetand Scutrwestern at Laurel Speeoav at Mooresville Tech at Roncaili Triton Central at Wa'dron Washington at Northwest western Boone at Tn-west Westtield at Ritter GIRLS THURSDAY'S SCORES Avon 55, Speedway 36 Betnesda Christian 47, Indiana Deaf 33 Carmei 56, Northwest 50 Center Grove 69, Warren Central 52 Howe 59, Manual 21 Lebanon 56, Pike 52, OT Lutheran 67, Indianapolis Christian i Mt. Vernon 69, Eastern Hancock 29 New Palestine 66, Shenandoah 39 Park Tudor 50, Heritage Christian 31 Roncaili 60, Greenwood 18 Sheridan 39, Clinton Prairie 37 Southmont 48, Western Boone 36 Tnton Central 49, Mornsfowr. 40 Zionsviiie 57 Piamdeid 53 TONIGHT'S GAME Triton Central at Waidron By Jeff Millar and Bill Hinds C I r-ll t l, I A-T r - I I V WPtJ HS SUMMARIES GIRLS AT GREENWOOD RONCAILI (Ml - Hue 3, Ouaclen-bush 14. Lauck 10. Duncan 17. Fosncl i, Sanders 3, Scrtemenauer 3, Van Meter 2. Ton's IS 77 !t HO GREENWOOD (II) - Hun) 2, Harnman 2 Cottingham 4, Winer 0. Eck 2, Crouse 0. Hill 5, Sloop I, Cllne 0. Lsche 2. Totals I II Ij Roncaili 16 17 12 IS - 60 Greenwood 3 6 2 7-18 Total fouls Roncalfi 13, Greenwood 20 AT SPEEDWAY AVON (SS) - Farrell 11, Abplsnalo , PhiiiiDS 8, Howard 7, Harmon 7, Scolaro 4, Laughlin 3, Curry 2, Pratt 0, Shannon 4. Totais 19 17-24 55 SPEEDWAY (36) - Cruse 10, T Fisher 10. Lucas 7. Ritchie 2, Smith 0, Woolerv 0, Craney 0, Langsdon 0, Totals' 13 4-8 36 Avon 9 14 15 17-55 Soeeoway 12 7 10 7-36 Three-oomt goals: T Fisher 2 To'al fouls Avon II, SDeedway 16 Fouled out, none. Technicals, none. AT LUTHERAN INOIANAPOLIS CHRISTIAN (1) -Ward 1, Snortnoge 0, Bradley 0, Brantiy 0, Pennington 0. Hiha-a 0, Short 0. Cromer 0 Totals 0 1-9 1. LUTHERAN (67) - Bryant 12. Harper 14, Cnanoier 12, Bovman 6, Gaaiema 2, Schulenourg 4. Cooper 6. Hcnenbaugh 0 Ashpy 1, Ford 2. Myers 8. Totals 31 510 67 Indianapolis Christian 0 0 0 1 t Lutheran 18 8 2? 19-67 Total fouls-Indianapolis Christian 8, Lutheran 9, AT PARK TUDOR HERITAGE CHRISTIAN 131) - Barnes 7. Porter 9, Cooper 7, Cochran 2, Rose-brock 7. Tank 3. Duke 0, Daugnty 0, Cook 0. Beechee 0, Devnes 1. Totals: 10 19-21 31 PARK TUDOR (SO) - Riley 12, Smith 8, Lapp 2, J. Dowden 10, C. Dowden II, Burroughs 0, Mead 2, Zink 5, Bohler 0, Mitchell 0, Canuil 0, Wright 0. Totals 18 14-32 50, Heritage Christian 2 4 7 18-31 Park Tudor 18 14 15 3-50 Three-point gca's-Porter 7, Total fouls-Heritage Christian 24, Park Tudor 20. Fouled out-Burrougns. AT ZIONSVILLE PLAINFIELO (S3) - McCoot 20. A. Smith 23, McMarfin 4. Chatlie 4. Kalb 2, Heckier 0, E Smith 0, Hughes 0, Williams 0. Totals 18 13-16 53 ZIONSVILLE (57) - Wills 21, Peeters 16. Smith 16. Hauser 2, Ingram 2, Vosley 0, Bover 0, Crail 0, Ives 0. Totals 23 11-17 P'amfjeid 13 13 12 15 - 53 Zionsviiie 16 10 18 13 - 57 Tofal touts: Plamf(eld 16, Zionsviiie 14, Fouled out A Smith, Kalb 2-Pomt goals Piamdeid 4-9 (McCool, A. Smith 3). AT DEAF SCHOOL BETHESDA CHRISTIAN (47) - Hawkins 14, Kent 10, Tidball 12, Tern-phn 8, Miller 3 Totals 20 7-17 47. DEAF SCHOOL (33) - Bippus 6, Schriver 14, Michel 4, Sedener 2, Say-lor 7 Totals 11 11-20 33. Bethesda Christian 12 13 14 8 - 47 Deat School 7 12 8 6 - 33 Three-point goals: None. Total fouls: Bethesda Christian 13, Deaf School 19. Fouled out: Schriver. AT SOUTHMONT WESTERN BOONE (36) - Veatch 7, Linton 10, Janssen 3, McKinney 6, Cox 9, Mart.n 1 Totals 14 8-15 36 SOUTHMONT (48) - T Thompson 10. Remiey 7, Pafton 2. Long 10, Moore 10, D'ttmer 9, Rusk 0, Smiley 0. Totals ?2 3-5 48 Western Boone ... 5 9 8 14 - 36 Southmont 9 11 12 16-48 Three-point goals: Remiey ) Total fouls: Western Boone 10, Southmonf 12. AT CARMEL NORTHWEST (50) - Manning II, Rad-chtf 16, Juioert 5, Halloway 0. Moore 10. Surber 6, Tavlor 2, Smith 0, RichDurg 0. Tc'ais 20 6-12 50 CARMEL (561 - Clarke 17. Larson 2, De-Vtt 14, Canaway 4, Kane 2, Snoff 0, Aug 0. Coney 6, Dick 4, Roehm 0, Hulse 7. Totals 27 2-14 56. Northwest 6 6 20 18 - 50 Carmel 13 13 22 8 - 56 Three-point gcais-Radcliff 3. Surber. Total touts: Ncrthwest 16, Carmel 10 Techncal-Carmei bench AT NEW PALESTINE SHENANDOAH (39) - w.ison 11, Bullock 7. Hanson 7, Gi'kison 5. HMeman 4, Klipich 4 Ahite 1 Totals 9 21-35 39 NEW PALESTINE (66) - Hardm 8. Rathmacher 3. Bat, 2, Angel Drake 13, Amy Drake 8. Kleiman 18. Sullivan 6, Sprecher 6. Disbrough 2 Totals 29 7-15 66 Snenardoah 10 7 7 IS - 39 New Palestine 18 15 8 25 - 66 Total fouls Snenandoah 17. New Palestine 25 Fouled out: Bati 3-Point goal: New Palestine 1 (Angel Drake). AT TRITON CENTRAL MORRISTOWN (40) - Carpenter II. Smith 11, Fort 6. Watson 4, Galfney 3. Staples 2. Theobold 3, Toll 0. Totals: 14 II- 21 40 TRITON CENTRAL (49) - Bivens I, Bridgewater 6, Bultman 12, Martin 7, LeMasters 9, Bottom 6, Powell 8, Walker 0, Jones 0, Moore 0. Totals: 21 7-18 49 Mornstown I 9 10 13-40 Triton Central 12 18 7 12-49 Three-point goal-Smith. Total fouls Mornstown 14, Triton Central 19. AT LEBANON PIKE (52) - Weaver 22. Green 14, Smith 10, Brocker 0, Stewart 2, Devine 4, Peters 0 Totals 22 8-15 52. LEBANON (56) - Sloan 30, Baker 2, Wiilnite 12, Kmcaid 10, Hughes 2, Kel-ley 0, Bartlett 0. Totals 24 7-11 56. Pike 8 14 16 12 2 - 52 Lebanon IS 19 6 10 6 - 56 Three-point goals: Sloan. Total fouls: Pike 15, Lebanon 16. Fouled out: Weaver, Hugnes. AT EASTERN HANCOCK MT. VERNON (69) - Davis 20. Mocre 10 D'snon 9 Taylor 8. Wetb 7, Arcner 4, Pedarre 3, Grace 2, M'der 2. Valentine 2, Hendri 2 Ca'v 0 To'ais- 29 10-22 69 EASTERN HANCOCK (29) - Kuhn 9. Grass 6, Comey 5, Fox 3. Davis 3, Sparks 2, Jackson 1, Durham 0, Collier 0 Totals 9 11-31 29 Mt Vernon 16 10 21 22-69 Eas'ern Hancock 11 4 5 9-29 Three-pomt goal Dishon Total fouls-Mt. Vernon 25, Eastern Hancock 21. Fouled out-Foit, Kuhn. AT CLINTON PRAIRIE SHERIDAN (39) - Dickerson 10, AP Falcone 10, AM Falcone 2, K Lyon 7, L Lyon 3, Dunn 3, Ellis 4, Kercheval 0. Totals 14 11-19 39 CLINTON PRAIRIE (37) - V McGraw 1, M. McGraw 2, Swacknamer 14, Joseph 7. Morrison II, Stevens 0, Lenehan 2. Totals 15 7-24 37. Sheridan 8 7 II 13-39 Clinton Prairie 13 11 6 7-37 Tolal touts-Sheridan 18. Clinton Prairie 16. Technical-Dickerson. AT CENTER GROVE WARREN CENTRAL 52) - Brown 2, EmDerton 0, Jeffries 0, Leabell 4, Lindsev 9. MacGuire 5, PoPD 0, Porter 12, Puyear 7, Warner 13. Totals 19 14-22 52 CENTER GROVE (69) - Vanden-berg 15, Zoss 21, Bnkmanis 11, Sohroe-der II. Lee 2, Baker 6, Yoder 2, Her-ron 1, Be 0 Totals 28 11-25 69. Warren Central 11 10 15 16-56 Center Grove 8 21 16 24 - 69 Three-point goals: Schroeder, Baker. Total fouls: Warren Central 19, Center Grove 19. Fouled out: None. AT HOWE MANUAL (21) - Pruetf 19, Wright 0, Huskins 2, Allen 0, Walker 0, Berry 0, Rosa 0, Rudolf 0, Edwards 0, Johnson 0. Totals 6 9-18 21. HOWE (59) - Cross 17, Moore 6, StuDPS 13, Given 10, Perrv 2, Webb 2, Kates 0, Turner 5, Vendoza 0, Davenport 2, Thomas 2. Totals 26 7-11 59 Manual t 3 2 10 - 21 Howe 23 16 9 11 - 59 Three-pomt goals: None. Total fou's: Manual 11. Howe 19. VA -T. Iil iS " ' l W V I WW HE'LL OAVE eODf?EC? 12. FiK'bT Rie Or RjCUNb BOYS AT HERITAGE CHRISTIAN DEAF SCHOOL (30 Mokris 0. Kutcha 8, Rooerts 5. Noel 3, Bvrum 6. LaFever 5, Rohm 0, Dowdy 2, Bates I. Totals 12 6-13 20 HERITAGE CHRISITAN (87) - Langford 20, Greenwood '8, Earl 13. Baker 15, Scotts 4. Langtord 13. Bucher 2. Johnson 1 Totals 36 15-21 87 Deaf School - 2 7 9 12 - 30 Heritage Christian 23 23 26 15 - 87 Three-point goals None Total fouls: Deaf School 18, Heritage Christian 12. Fouled out: Roberts. COLL. SUMMARIES MEN AT RENSSELAER MANCHESTER (46) - Slraver 0. Ei-chenauer 0, Tibby 4, Dodd 13, Walter 4, Yoder 11, Light 0, Hullmger 12. Miller 0, Hasty 0, Haney 0, Nichols 0. Totals. 20 6-8 46 ST. JOSEPH'S (70) - Slunda 5, Evens 6, Brown 3, While 4, Alicea 12, Steineman 16. Eckerf 10. Gates 6. Redmond ?, Grace 0, Kosky 3, McDowell 3. Harper 0, Austria 0. Totals 26 12-16 70 Haittime- St Joseph's 36 Manchester 20 Three-pomt goals-St Joseph's 6 lAij. cea 3, Eckert 2. Stunda). Tofal tculs-Manchester 14, St Joseph's 13. Fouled out none. Technicals- none. AT ST. FRANCIS IPFW (92) - Fo 2, Van.lvelt 7. Davis 21, Sergent 13, Bow 9, Bowurcidr 4, Bard 16 Roland 13, Buliard 3, Long 1, Carter 3. Tea's 38 9-'2 92 ST. FRANCIS (71) - Plat! 12 Schroer 4. Knapp 19. Boiienbacher 9, Norrts 15, Bo-bos 10, Nauert 2 Totals 26 18-21 71 Halt'ime- IP FW 46 St Francis 39 Three-pomt ooais- IP-FW 7 (Vamtveit, Bard 4 Buliard, Carter), St Francis iBol-lenbacher). Total touts- IP-FW 12, ST, Francis 12. Fouled out- none. Technicals- none BELMONT CLASSIC AT NASHVILLE, Tenn. TREVECCA NAZARENE (64) - Halliburton U, Coffman 12, Green 4, Carney 3, Stamps 0, Jones 16, Mayo 2, Suddeth 13. DrawhornO Totals 24 14-25 64 TAYLOR (70) - Wayne 6. Chandler 4, Bushur 22, Newhouse 4, Sorrell 9, Miller 12, Dean 3, Teagle 10 Totals: 20 21-33 70. Ha'itime-Trevecca Naiarene 29, Taylor 23. Three-point goa's-Trevecca 2 (Jones, Suddeth), Taylor 9 (Bushur 5, Wavne 2, Sorrell, Deanl. Total fculs-Trevecca 77, Taylor 20 Fouled out-Sud-deth. Technicai-Taylor coach . AT KALAMAZOO. MICH. VALPARAISO (78) - Ford 8-71 1-2 70, Stevens 3-12 1-2 7. Becher 5-9 1-1 II. Smith 0-2 1-2 1. Anselm 410 3-4 12, Jones 9-19 0-1 21, Towery 1-2 0-0 2. Harris 1-3 2-2 4, Blum 0-3 0-0 0, Charleston 0-0 (M 0, Massa 0-1 M 0. Totals 31-82 9-14 78. W. MICHIGAN (92) - Holmes 2-7 5-10 9, Judge 3-6 6-8 12, Baumgardt 7-11 3-4 17. Stanback 4 5 7-7 16, Brown 8-8 1-2 22, Parker 4-5 M 10, Johnson 1-5 0-1 2, Hav rilla 1-4 0-0 2, White 0-1 0-0 0, Warner 1-1 0-0 2, Brawley 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-53 27-32 92 Halftime-Valparaiso 41, W, Michigan 39. 3-point goals-Valparaiso 7-25 IFord 3-9, Stevens 0-3, Smith 0-1, Anselm 1-4, Jones 3-5, Harris 0-2, Blum 0-1), W. Michigan 8-12 (Holmes 0-1, Stanback 1-2. Brown 5-5, Parker 2-3, Johnson 0-1.) Fouled out-Stevens, Anselm Rebounds-Valparaiso 40 IFord, Anselm 6), W Michigan 43 (Holmes 10). Assists-Valparaiso II (Anselm 3i. W Michigan 15 (Judge 5) Total fouls-Valparaiso 24, W Michigan 13. A-1.681. AT TEMPE, ARIZ. INDIANA STATE (91) - Harris 1-4 2-2 4, Bird 9-20 1-2 24. Gross 0-2 (M0, Vickers 3-6 2-2 9, Brown 6-16 0-0 16, Boles 2-2 0-0 4, Launtien 9-14 6-4 37, inman 0-2 0-0 0, Liles 0-10-0 0. Akincla 0-2 2-2 2, Futch 0-1 0-0 0, Choatfam 0-1 0-0 0 Totals 30-71 13-14 91 ARIZONA STATE (106) - Austin 3 10 3-4 12, Edwards 8-9 5-6 21, Becker 7-10 5-4 19, Redha.r 4-5 0-0 10, Wheeler 6-13 7-8 22, Anaerson 1-5 0-0 3. Williams 8-11 3-7 19 Totals 37-63 23-31 106 Halft,me-Anzona St, 45 Indiana St 40. Three-point goals-Indiana St 18-34 ILauntzen 8-11, Brown 4-11, Bird 5-8, Cheetham 0-1, Inman 0-1, Vickers 1-2), Arizona St. 9-20 (Wheeler 3-10, Austin 3-5, Redhair 2-3, Anderson 1-2). Fouled out-Gross Total fouls-Indiana St. 25, Arizona St. 13. Rebounds-Indiana St 35 (Harris, Bird 6 eachl, Arizona SI. 39 (Williams 8) Assisfs-fndiana St. 18 ( Vickers 7), Arizona St 21 (Austin 6). A-4,075. TRANSACTIONS BASEBALL American League NEW YORK Y AN EES Named Mitch Lufcevics director of minor league operations ana Kevin Rand minor league head framer Extended the contract of Brian Sabean, scouting director, through 1990. OAKLAND ATHLETICS Agreed to a three-vear contract with Dave Henderson, outfielder. Named Merv Retten-mund hitting instructor and Art Kusnyer bullpen coach. Southern League CHATTANOOGA LOOKOUTS-Named Jim Tracy manager. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS-Piaced Jeff Graver, guard, on the injured list Activated Jay Humphries, guard, from the miured list. Continental Basketball Association CBA-Suspended Charley Rosen, Rock-tord coach, for four games and Jim Lam-pley, Rockford forward, for one game as a result of their behavior in a Nov. 26 game at Rapid City. FOOTBALL National Football League PITTSBURGH STEELERS-Piaced Bry-an Hmkle, linebacker, on the miured reserve Re-signed Tyronne Stowe, linebacker. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK RANGERS-Sent Simon Whee'don, center, to Denver of the Inetr-nafionai Hockey League. COLLEGE JACK SONVILLE-Promoted Marty Cross to men's associate basketball coach M i DDL E BUR Y-Named Tim Whitehead assistant hockey coach. PRO TENNIS SOUTHERN CROSS CLASSIC Af Adelaide, Australia Singles Quarterfinals Jana Novotna 15), Czechoslovakia, def Tine Sheuer-Larsen, Denmark, 1-6, 6-0, 6-3, Radka Zrubakova (3), Czechoslovakia, def. Rachel McQuillan, Australia, 6-3, 6-2; Mar-a Strandlund, Sweden, def, Catanna Lmqvist (4), Sweden, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, Jana Pospisilova, Czechoslovakia, def. Dianne Balestrat (6), Australia. 6-1, 4-6, 6-1. Doubles Quarterfinals Maria Linostrom and Catanna Lindo-vist, Sweden, def. Kate McDonald and Rennae Stubbs, Australia, 61, 4-6, 6-1, Sylvia Hanika and Claudia Kohde-Kilsch, West Germany, det. Tine Scheuer Lar-sen, Denmark, and Maria Strandlund Sweden, 2-6. 6-2, 6-2. MASTERS TOURNEV At New York Second Round Stefan Edberg (5), Sweden, def Boris Becker (4), West Germany, 7-6 (7-5), 3-6, 64, PGA BICENTENNIAL CLASSIC At Melbourne, Australia First Round Par 72 Fred Couples. U S 31-35-66 Mike Colandro, U S 32-35-67 Jumbo Ozaki, Japan i...., 32-35-67 Peter Senior .. 33-35-68 Rodger Davis 33-35-68 Ben Crenshaw. U S 32-36-68 Hale Irwin, U S 36-33-69 Jim Benepe. U S 34-35-69 Craig Stadier, U S 33-37 - 70 Scott Verplank, U S 34-36- 70 Howard Clark, Britain 36-34 -70 Ian Baker-Finch 35-35-70 Haiime Meshiai, Japan 37-33 - 70 Graham Marsh . 34-36 - 70 Brett Ogle 36-34 - 70 Ronan Rafferty, Britain 33-37-70 Brad Hughes .. 34-36- 70 Craig Parry ... 33 38-71 Mike Reid, U S 35-36- 71 Mark McCumber, U S 34-37 - 71 Dan Pohl, U S 36-35 - 71 Scott Simpson, U S 33-38 - 71 Paul Foley 36 35-71 Steve Elkington 35-37-72 Ken Trimble .. 34-38 - 72 John Cook, U S 16-36-72 Jetf Sluman, U S 36-36 - 72 Peter Fowler . 34-38 - 72 Mike Harwood 35-37-72 Greg Norman 35-38 - 73 Roger Mackay 35-38 - 73 David Graham 35-38-73 Lyndsay Stephen 35-38 - 73 Wavne Grady . 33-41-74 Jet Oazki, Japan 38-36-74 Bob Shearer 36-38 - 74 Johnny Miller, U S 36-38-74 Peter Thomson 37-37-74 Ossie Moore 36-38 - 74 Terry Gale 35-39- 74 Gordon B'and Jr , Britain 36-38-74 Wayne R.ley 38-36-74 Jeff Woodland 38-36 - 74 Jack Nickiaus. U S 35-40-75 JC PENNEY CLASSIC At Largo, Fla. First Round Par 72 Jay Haas-Patty Sheehan 33-37-65 Larry Rmker-Laune Rinker 31-35-66 Larry Mire-Martha Nause 33-33 66 Steve Jones-Jane Crafter 34-33 -67 Scott Hoch-Beth Daniel 34-33 - 67 John Mahaltev-Chns Johnson ... 32-35-67 Brad Faion-Jody Rosenthal 33-34 - 67 Buddy Gardner-Debbie Massey 33-35-68 Morris Halalsky-Donna White ... 36-32-68 Roger Maltbie-Joanne earner .. 33-35-68 Mike Sullivan-Sally Little 35-33-68 Dan Forsman-Oottie Mochrie ...35-34 -69 Tom Byrum-Laura Davies 34-35-69 Mark Brooks-Heather Farr 34-35-69 JC Snead-K Postiewait 34-35 - 69 BRIAN TENNYSON-M Boiarlh 33-36-69 John Huston-Amy Benz .34-35 - 69 Dick Mast-Lynn Adams 33-36 - 69 Keith Ciearwater-Cmdy Ranc ...32-37-69 Calvin Peele-Liselotte Neuma ... 35-34 - 69 Donnie Hammond-Tammie Gren 34-36 - 70 Gary Koch-Deb Richard 36-34 - 70 Robert Wrenn-Rosie Jones 35-35-70 D Eicheiberger-Sandra Palmer 36-34 - 70 Kenny Kno-Jan Stephenson 35-35-70 Gary Hallberg-Vicki Fergon 35-35-70 Carence Rose-Shirley Furlon ... 36-34-70 David Canipe-Cathy Morse 34-36 - 70 Mike Huibert-LORI GARBACZ .. 35-36 - 71 Bill Glasson-Nancy Brown 36-35 - 71 PGA TOUR QUALIFYING At La Quinta, Calif. Second Round Par 72 Robert Thompson 65-68-133 John Adams 70-66-136 JackKav 66-70-136 Don Shirey 70-67-137 Perry Arthur 69-68-137 Mike Cunning 72-66-138 Gus Ulrich 68-70-138 J L.Lewis 72-67-139 Clark Dennis 67-72-139 Larry Silveira 71-68-139 Karl Kimball 68-71-139 Ronnie McCann 73-67-140 Tim Robinson 72-68-140 John Morse 68-72-140 Brad Bryant 73-67-140 John McComish 70-70-140 JOEL PAOFIELD 72-6 140 Jetf Hart 70-71-141 Robin Freeman 72-69-141 Jetf Maggert 74-67-141 Nolan Henke 77-69-141 Ted Schulz 72-69-141 Tommy Brannen 72-69141 Webb Hemlzelman 71-70-141 Greg Twiggs 71-70-141 Tony Grimes 72-69-141 R'Ck Pearson 69-72-141 Charles Boiling 70-71-141 Mike Springer 74-67-141 Doug Weaver 72-69-141 JEFF COOK T2-75-147 PRO GOLF MILLION DOLLAR CHALLENGE At Sun City, South Africa First Round Par 72 Ken Green, U S Don Pooley, U S Mark McNulty, S A David Frost, S A Fulton Aliem, S A Ian Woosnam, Brit Ch p Beck, U S Bernhard Langer, W G 33-34-67 31-36-67 35- 36-71 36- 35-71 37- 35-72 36- 36-72 38- 36-74 37- 39-76 NBA SUMMARIES AT MILWAUKEE CLEVELAND (99) - Nance 4-16 3-3 11, Sanders 4-7 1-2 9. DauOherty 6-11 10-12 22, Harper 10-19 7-9 28 Price 2-11 5-6 10, Ehio 3-4 2-2 9, Williams 2-9 2-4 6, Valentine 0-2 0-0 0 RoMms 1-2 0-0 2, Hubbard 1-1 0-0 2. To'als 33-84 30-38 99 MILWAUKEE (96) - Cummings 10-17 0-0 20, Krystkowak 1-5 M 2, Sikma 7-12 8-8 22, Moncnef 310 810 14 Pressey 0-5 1-1 1, Pierce 8-15 4-5 20, Roberts 2-6 0-0 4, Breuer C-0 0-0 0, Humphries 6-9 1-2 13, Mokeski 0 0 0-0 0 Totals 37-79 22-26 96. Cleveland 23 23 17 36 - 99 Milwaukee 27 24 13 32 - 96 3-Pomt goals-Harper, Price, Ehlo. Fouled out-Sanders. Rebounds-Cleveland 54 (Daugherty 12), Milwaukee 51 (Sikma 91 Assists-Cleveiand 24 (Price 9), Milwaukee 24 I Pressey 8!. Total fouls-Cleveland 22, Milwaukee 27. A 14,215. AT ATLANTA WASHINGTON (US) - Catledge 10-19 4-4 24, King 6-13 1-2 13, Feitl 01 0-0 0, J Malone 7-18 2-2 16, Walker 7-11 2-3 16, Williams 9-20 11-11 30. Eackles 3-6 8-12 14, A'ane 1-1 0-0 2, Colter 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 43-93 78-34 1'5 ATLANTA (127) - Levington 4-7 2-4 10, Wilkins 12-22 11-13 36. M Malone 6-14 11-12 23. Rivers 4-10 2-2 II, Tneus 8-15 5-6 21, Battle 5-12 2-2 12. Carr 4-6 0-0 8. Koncak 1-2 0-0 2. Webb 0-1 2-2 2, Bradley 1-2 0-0 2 Totals 45-91 35-41 127. Washington 32 29 30 24 - 115 Atlanta 32 34 31 30 - 127 3-Point goals-Williams, Wtlkins, Rivers. Fouied out-Walker. Rebounds-Washington 55 (Catledge 16), Atlanta 53 (Levmgston 12). Assists-Washington 19 (King 61, Atlanta 22 (Rivers 11). Tolal fouls-Washington 31, Atlanta 25. A-12,279. AT CHARLOTTE, N.C. PHILADELPHIA (107) - Anderson 14-20 2-3 30, Barkley 9-17 13-18 31, Gminski 7-13 9-9 23, Hawkins 5-16 I I 12, Wingale 0-3 2-4 2, Thornton 0-0 0-0 0, Welp 0-1 0-0 0, Brooks 2-4 0-0 4, Henderson 2-4 0-0 5, Myers 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 39-80 27-35 107. CHARLOTTE (109) - Tr, pucka 11-22 3-4 25, RambiS 4-9 0-0 8, Hoppen 5-5 2-2 12. Holton 5-12 0-1 10, Reid 8-15 0-1 16, Chapman 8-15 3-4 19, Kempton 3-5 2-5 8. Cure-Ion 0-1 1-4 1, Bogues 5-4 0-1 10, Tolberl 0-0 0-0 0 Totals 49-90 11-22 109 Philadelphia 23 23 33 21 - 107 Charlotte 35 24 22 28 - 109 3-Pomt goals-Hawkins. Henderson. Fouled out-Anderson, Rambis. Rebounds-Philadelphia 46 (Gminski 15), Charlotte 55 (Ramois 9. Assists Philadelphia 21 (Barkley, Gminski, Wmgate 4), Charlotte 29 (Holton 15) Total fouls-Phiiadeiphia 25, Charlotte 26. Techmcai-Hoppen. A 21.716. LATEST LINE COLLEGE FOOTBALL Favorite Points Underdog Saturday Army x 10 Navy SYRACUSE 4 Pittsburgh MIAMI-FLA 24 Byu Oregon 2 HAWAII Oklahoma St y U1 Texas Tech NFL Sunday Favorite Points Underdog Buffalo 7 i.... TAMPA BAY CINCINNATI 13 San Diego NEW ENGLAND 3' i Seattle CLEVELAND I0i Dallas DETROIT 3 Green Bay NY GIANTS 4' Phoeni Colts 2 MIAMI PHILADELPHIA 3" Washington San Francisco 7 ATLANTA MINNESOTA 4 New Orleans LA RAIDERS 2 Denver KANSAS CITY 2 NY Jets HOUSTON 10 Pittsburgh Monday Favorite Points Underdog LA RAMS 2'7 Chicago COLLEGE BASKETBALL Favorite Points Underdog Navy 2...: YALE OLD DOMINION 4'i Richmond SAN DIEGO ST 5 Cal-lrvine GATOR BOWL TOURNAMENT At Jacksonville, Fla. Favorite Points Underdog JACKSONVILLE 1 Southern Miss TOURNAMENT OF CHAMPIONS At Charlotte, N.C. Favorite Points Underdog Missouri 2lz Temple N CAROLINA 2 l Arizona AMANA HAWKEYE CLASSIC At Iowa City, Iowa Favorite Points Underdog Georgia 9'j Long Bch St IOWA 28 Brown AMERITAS CLASSIC At Lincoln, Neb. Favorite Points Underdog San Jose St 8 Army FIRST BANK CLASSIC At Milwaukee, Wis. Favorite Points underdog MARQUETTE 7 Rice APPLE INVITATIONAL At Palo Alto, Calif. Favorite Points Underdog STANFORD 20 Cornell Colorado St 7'i Pacific NBA Favorite Points Underdog Milwaukee Hi. ..NEW JERSEY Portland 13 MIAMI CLEVELAND 8 1 Boston Detroit A'i .. WASHINGTON DALLAS 6 New York DENVER ll'n.... Golden State Houston 1 PHOENIX SEATTLE II LA Clippers LA LAKERS 9 Utah x at Philadelphia, Pa. V at Tokyo, Japan Home team in CAPS (C) 1988 TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC. HORSE RACING TURFWAY PARK 1- Dancelel (Miller) S6 20 3 80 2 60, Chris's Bouquet (Allen) 25 60 13 10; Romantic Movement (Wilburn) 4 20. Scratched-Reddy's Rose. Pert Patsue, Special Finesse, Informed Opinion 2- Margaret Hall (Soto) 113 80 5 80 5 20, Cariba Key (Millerl 3 60 2 80, Plenty Of Sunshine (Seton) 8 60 Scratched-Lol O' Magic, Henrietta's Girl, Lady Sweetness, My Mabel Enacta 19.10) paid 144.20. Daily Double (1-9) S49.00 3- a Got The Willies (McDowell) S3 40 4 80 3 60, a-Fme (Woods) 3 40 4 80 3 60, Hokum (Allen) 10 80 Scratched- Julie R., Shes My Style, Indiantown Maiden, Star Duck, a-Coupled. Exacta (1-51 paid S56 40. 4- Leonard's Lad (Wilburn) 138 20 11 80 7 00; Monte Ruisenor (Garcia) 4 20 3 00; Ocaia Wizard (Woods) 4.00. Eiacla 16-2) paid SI47 20 5- Emperor's Starlet (Bruin) tt 80 3 40 2 60; Persweet I Jenkins) 3 80 3 20; Semin-oii (Allen) 3 80. Scratched- Whettiower, Rank Teller, Peaceful Lady, Princess Elanore Trilecta (11-3-7) paid 1118 00 6- Sammy Five (Wilburn) S43 00 15 00 9 00, Sumner County (Deeganl 6 60 4.60, Hailay's Pride (McKmght) 600. Electa 18-6) paid 1227 60 7- Moonshine Mishap ( Bruin) $3.60 2 80 2 20, Amoeraia (Garcia) 9 40 3 80, Kitchen Kitlen IGreen) 3 00. Scratched-Song Unsung Exacta (2-8l paid S43 60 8- Torpedo Special (McKmghtl IS 60 2 60 2 20, Bashaver (Garcia) 2 60 2 20; Prince Pete (Allen) 3 60 Scratched-A Big Kahuna, Life Time Rebel Exacta (7-II) paid SI3 00 Pick Six ( 1-6-11-8-2-7) No Winners. 5 Win Consolation paid S283. (6 Tickets) Carryover S5.094. Pick Three (8-2-7) paid 1491.80. 9- Capt. Bold (Pennlsi) H 60 5 00 3 80; Lu Chano (Cox) 5 60 4 80, Tiger's Finest (Miller) 3 40 Exacta 12-8) paid S45.60. 10- Fabulous Gaelic (Vernier) J46 00 15.60 880, Someone's Blue IVidal) 10.40 5 20, Lunar Zone (Bryan) 3.60. Scratched- Gyrus Hill, Cliff Notes, Liberty Valance, Our Royal Fencer Daily Double (2-12) paid S2S4 40. Trifecta (12-2-6) paid S2,358.40. Attendance 3,012. Handle i 1.243, 526. BASKETBALL NOTES Teams needed for 3 on 3, half-court, cail-your-own-fouls, double-elimination tournament at Brookside Church, Saturday Dec. 3, at 2 p m For information call Ira Johnson at 353-2936. BOWLING LEADERS ALL STAR Men: Don Smith 631. Women Terry Milli 636. BEECH GROVE Men: Duane Harrington 677 Women: Lynda Lynch 508 CLERMONT Men: Joe Smith 824. Women: Donna Sheets 523. COUNTRY-Men: Jim Overton 845. Women: Jill Shannon 567. EXPO-Men: Paul Ruth 682. Women: Joann Hauck 567. 421-Men: Randy Long 630. Women: Sandy Abernathy 548. GREENFIELD Men: Ron Fannin 651. Women: Inez Fink 585. HINDEL Men: Bill Crays 627. Women: Betty Schelske 575. LYNHURST Men: Bill Nocholson, Dennis Brennan 626. NORA Men Kevin Garrison 605. Women Mary Jo Baughman 548. PLAINFIELO Men: Jetf Hunter 677. Women Shirley Cagle 597. SOUTHERN Men: Guy Selke 623. Women Linda Thompson 667. SPORT Men: Charles Maestri 699. Women- Mae Chew 522. STARLITE Men: Larry Johnson 667. Women Roberta Dillon 610. WESTERN-Men: John Kraner 677. Women Patti Waits 600. WOODLAND Men: Dan Gardner 625. Woman Donna Cox 573 PRO BOWLING BUDWEISER TPC At Taylor, Mich. Sixth Round 1, Walter Ray Williams Jr., Stockton, Calif., 6-2, 9,020. 2, Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N Y,, 5-3, 8,992. 3, Ted Hannahs, Zanesville, Ohio, 5-3, 8,970 4, Philip Rm-gener, Big Spring, Texas, 4-4, 8,926. 5, Bob Handley, Pompano Beach, Fla,, 7-1, 8 921. 6, Roger Bowker, Ocaia, Fla.. 4-4, 8,885. 7, 8rian Voss, Seattle, Wash,, 4-4, 8,884, 8, Del Warren, Lake Worth, Fla, 4-4, 8 883. 9. Joe Berardi, Wellington, Fla., 6-2, 8 856 10, Wayne Webb, Beaumont, Texas, 3- 5, 8.755. 11, George Pappas. Charlot'e, NC 5-3, 8,737. 12, JON O'DROBINAK, Hammond, Ind., 3-S, 8,724. 13, Hugh Milier, Everett, Wash, 6-2, t 709. 14, Butch Soper, Tustin, Calif., 2-6, 8.663. 15, Rowdy Morrow, St. Louis, 35, 8 647. li. Marc McDowell, Madison, Wis , 4- 4, 8.590, 17, Leroy Bornhop. St. Charles, Mo , 3-5. 8,558 18. Tony Westlake, Ed-mond, Okla., 4-4, 8,542. 19, Harry Sullins, Sterling Heights, Mich., 4-4, 8 523 . 20, Ron Bell, Akron, Ohio, 3-5, 8,514 21, Steve Wunderlich, St. Louis, 35, 8.492. 22, David Waswo, Kansas City, Mo.. 4-4, 8.466. 23, Randy Pedersen, Santa Maria, Calif., 2-6, 8,437. 24, Bob Chamberlain, Auburn Hills, Mich., 2-6, 8,377. ALL AMERICAN FOOTBALL WRITERS ASSOCIATION ALL-AMERICA TEAM OFFENSE OB - Steve Walsh. Miami. RB - ANTHONY THOMPSON, Indiana, Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State; Tim Worley, Georgia. OL - Jake Young, Nebraska; Tony Mandarich, Michigan State; Anthony Phillips, Oklahoma. Mark Stepnoski, Pitt; Mike Utley. Washington State. K - Chris Jacke. Texas-El Paso. WR - Jason Phillips, Houston; Clark-ston Hines, Duke. DEFENSE DL - Tracy Rocker, Auburn; Wayne Martin, Arkansas; Mark Messner, Michigan; Tim Ryan, Southern Cal. LB - BrodericK Thomas, Nebraska; Carnell Lake, UCLA; MIKE STONE-BREAKER, Notre Dame; Derrick Thomas, Alabama. CB - Deion Sanders, Florida State; Markus Paul, Syracuse; Donnell Wool-ford, Clemson. P - Pat Thompson, Brigham Young. EAST-WEST SHRINE GAME The coaches and rosters for the 64th annual East-West Shrine Game, to be played at Stanford Stadium on Jan. 15: EAST Head coach - Mike Gottfried, Pittsburgh, Assistants - Jimmy Johnson, Miami, and Dave Currey, Cincinnati. Offense Quarterbacks - Mike Elkins, Wake Forest; Jay Gruden, Louisville. Running backs Cleveland Gary, Miami; Daryl Johnston, Syracuse, Lewis Tillman, Jackson St. Wide receivers - John Ford, Virginia; Andre Rison, Michigan St.; Mark Stock, VMI; Naz Worthen. North Carolina St Tight ends - Walter Reeves, Auburn; Wesley Walls, Mississippi. Offensive line - Bob Kratch, Iowa; Tom Ricketts, Pittsburgh; Mark Step-noski, Pittsburgh; Jeff Uhlenhake, Ohio St , Dave Williams. Florida. Brian Williams, Minnesota, Joe Wolf, Boston College. Defense Defensive line - enns Parker, west Virginia; Andrew Stewart, Cincinnati; Rhondv Weston, Florida. Linebackers - Eric Hill, LSU; Eric Lindstrom, Boston College; Jeff Lage-man, Virginia; Mike McCray, Ohio St.; Jerry Olsavsky, Pittsburgh; Wes Prit-chett, Notre Dame. Defensive back Eddie Johnson, Penn St.; Robert Massey, North Carolina Central, Louis Oliver, Florida, Markus Paul, Syracuse, Donnell Woolford, Clemson. Kicker - Mike Gillette, Michigan. WEST Head coach - Larry Smith, Southern Cal Assistants - Ken Hatfield, Arkansas, and Pat Jones, Oklahoma St. Offense Quarterbacks - Rodney Peete, Southern Cal; Steve Taylor, Nebraska. Running backs - John Harvey, Texas-El Paso; Joe Henderson, Iowa St.; Aaron Jenkins, Washington, Eddie Johnson, Utah. Wide receivers - Erik Affholter, Southern Cal, Hart Lee Dykes, Oklahoma St.; Robb Thomas, Oregon St. Tight ends - Paul Green, Southern Cal; Todd Millikan, Nebraska. Offensive linemen - Feddie Childress. Arkansas, Jerry Fontenot, Texas A&M; Bobby Sign, Bavlor; Andy Sinclair, Stan, ford, Joe Toftiemire, Arizona; Mike Utley, Washington St.; Mike Zandofsky, Washington, Dave Zawatson, California. Defense Defensive linemen - Matt Brock, Ore-gon; David Edeen, Wyoming; Wayne Martin, Arkansas, Steve Vandegrift, Missouri, Jim Wahler, UCLA, Linebackers Leroy Etienne, Nebraska, Carnell Lake, UCLA; Tracy Rogers, Fresno St., Tony Tolbert, Texas-El Paso. Defensive backs - Steve Atwater, Arkansas, Eric Coleman, Wyoming, Darrvl Henley, UCLA; Falanda Newton, Texas Christian, Rodney Rice, Brigham Young Kicker - Rick Walsh, New Mexico. HS FOOTBALL AP ALL-STATE TEAMS Class SA OFFENSE - QB: Andy Stephens Bloomington North, 4-1, 175, Sr , rb TANK ADAMS, Ben UJVIS, s-T, 11, Sr RB. Ritchie Thompson, Marion, 5-10. 18c Sr.; RB Von Ganaway, fw North, s 165, Sr., OL: Denny Evans, Chesterton, 4'j. 750. Sr.; OL: Jay Edwards, Marion 5 255. Sr., OL: Mark Minch, Crown Point 6 7, 254, Sr. OL: ALVIN HOLLIDAY, Howe, 4-3, 2J5, Sr.; TE: Tony McGee Terre Haute South, o-s, 275, Sr.; WR Bernard Redmond, Elkhart Central. 5-6 150. Sr ; WR; SCOTT McGOWAN, Be Davis, S-lt, I6S, Sr; K: RUSS HARPOLO, How. 54. !. Sr. DEFENSE - DL: TODD SMITH, South. nort. 6-4 240. Sr.; DL: Eric Jones. Por tage, 6-7, 235, Sr., DL: DAVID HILL, Law- rence Central, 6-3, 215, Sr.; LB: Mixe Krabbe, Marion, 6-5, 220, sr.; LB Tern Burton. SB Adams, 6-4, 210, Sr.; LB Em Jakel, Valparaiso, 61. 278, Sr.. LB: MARK HUGHES, Lawrence Norm, 235, Sr. B Shawn Stephens, Terre Haute South, 5- 10, 175, Sr.; B Dan Rosenoaum, LaPorte 5-10. 178, Sr , B: TANK ADAMS, Ben Da vis, S-4, 178, Sr.; B Rhett Bailou, Crowr Point, 5-11. 170. Sr.; P: Mark Smith. Koko mo, 6-7, 195, Sr. HONORABLE MENTION (Area players) OFFENSE - QB Mike Neu, Perry Meridian; Jay Simala, Carmel, Brad Greg son, Southport, Kent Bntt, Ben Oavis, RB Andre Dyson, Lawrence Central, Milt Washington, Lawrence Central Charles Miles, Broad Ripple; Jeff Marble, Howe. OL: John Hebert, Carmel, Paul Knight, Lawrence North, Chris Gollmer, Carmel, Jose Johnson, Washington; Jack Smith, Perry Meridian; Scott Julian, Warren Central; Roland Terrell, Manual; Tony cox. Lawrence Lenrrai. TE: Ryan Herrmann, Carmel; Dan Thompson, Center Grove, Darren McWii liams. Ben Davis. WR: Jason Hansman, Carmel; Rodney Carter, souinpori; sieve smitn, south port; Brian Lazear, Warren Central. OEFENSE - DL: Ron Hubbard, Ben Davis; Bo Schabel, Ben Davis; Doug Tharpe, Ben uavis; Dana Hurt, warren Central; Todd Green, Carmel; James Cote, Manual; Tony Henderson, N. Cen tral, Todd Leach, Lawrence Central. LB: Rob Barnes, Ben Davis; Aaron Shelby, N. Central; Milt Washington, Lawrence Central, Joe Coffman, Carmel B. Demetrius Dowler, Ben Davis, Todd Richards, Lawrence North; Damon Watts, Lawrence North; Steve Peoples, Howe, Carl Hams, Lawrence Central. 4A OFFENSE - QB: Rick Mirer, Goshen, 63, 210, Sr.; RB: Michael Allen, Ham. mond, 5-11, 170, Sr., RB. James Davis, Rushvilie, 6-0, 188, Sr.; C: Doug Chiiders. Lafayette Harrison, 6-0, 203, Sr., G: Scott Golarz, Hobart, 63, 255, Sr.; G: Reggie White, FW Wayne, 6-2, 220, Jr.; T: Jason Horn, McCutcheon, 6-6, 225, So.; T: Steve Moan, Greenwood, 63, 260, Sr.; TE: Dennis Gerber, Boonyille, 62, 190, Sr.; WR: BRIAN GLESING, Franklin Central, 5-6, 140, Sr.; WR: Nick Rudolph, Goshen, 5-10, 170, Sr.; K: Mike Ulinski, Munster, 61, 185, Jr. DEFENSE - DL: Adam Mitchell, Jasper, 6-3, 203, Sr.; DL: Hellar Armbruster, Culver Military, 6-2, 210, Sr.; DL: Jason Franklin, Concord, 64, 225, Sr ; LB: Rich Pernn, Goshen, 5-10, 180, Sr., LB: Brad Myers. SB St Joseph's. 5-11, 173. Sr.; LB: KEVIN JOHNSON, Franklin Central, 5-10, 175, Jr., LB Rob Kemp, Munster, 62, 213, Sr., B. Dan Zanolla, Hobart, 6-1, 175, Sr.. B Jason Ahlbrand, Jasper, 61. 170, Sr , B Barl Cock, Columbia City, 6-0, 165. Sr , B Jim Jablonski, Floyd Central, 5-11. 170. Sr , P Allan Biggers, Mich City Eiston, 6 1, 190, Jr HONORABLE MENTION (Area players) OFFENSE - RB. Eric Kelly, Franklin Central. OL: Claude Mickie, Northwest. K Steve Kneger, Plamfield. DEFENSE - DL: James Hogan, Greenwood LB Bill Lott, Northwest. B Brad Reed, Greenwood, Todd Co-chenour, Mooresville, Laron Moore, Franklin Central, P: Steve Krieger, Piainfieid. 3A OFFENSE - QB: Ken Dilger, Heritage Hills, 6-6, 215, Sr, RB: Todd Marks, New Palestine, 5-11, 185, Sr., RB. Chris Noone. Elwood, 6-0, 180. Sr; C: Scott Nagle Northridge, 6-0, 193, Sr.; G Mike Gwmn Hamilton Southeastern, 5-11, 195, Sr.; G John Hurley, Evansville Memorial. 6-0 202, Sr.; T: Brad Bolly, Cnarleslown, 62' z 260, Sr., T Andy Waller, Washington, 6-8 265. Sr.; TE Kevin Etter, Benton Central 62, 180, Sr.; WR. Scott Ramey, N Montgomery, 63, 172, Jr., WR: Klint Arnold Heritage Hills, 62, 180, Sr.; K: Bra: Green Tipton, 6-2, 185, Jr. OEFENSE - DL: Steve Shine. Macona guah, 6-6, 185, Sr.; DL: Dan Jaisie. Bates-ville, 60, 190, Sr ; DL: Lance Wildoner. Eastbrook, 6-3, 265, Sr ; LB Tobi Kerns. Crawfordsville. 6-0, 200, Jr. LB: B J Dethridge. Whiteiand, 60, 178. Sr ; LB Jason Eaves, Lawrenceburg, 6-2, 187, Jr., LB: JAMES COMPTON, Beech Grove, 6 8, 185, Sr., B: George Montgomery, Calumet. 6-2, 185, Sr.; B Jeremy Tully, W Lafayette, 6-1, 170, So.. B: Mike Guidry, Wabash, HI, 185, Sr.; B: Mike Goodman, Sullivan, 5-10. 193 Sr.; P: Jim Powell, NorlhWood. 60. 195, Sr. HONORABLE MENTION (Area players) OFFENSE - QB: Kenny Scott, White-land, Andy Tingle, Roncaili. RB: Kevin Greene, Hamilton Southeastern, Stan Lawrie, Roncaili; Weylin Stewart, Brebeuf. OL: Eric Altherr, Cathedral; Doug Downey, New Palestine; Jim Roeder, Roncaili; Mike Garrett, Zionsviiie. WR Scott Miller, New Palestine; Mike Hathaway, Beech Grove; Scott Molme, Mt. Vernon (Hancock). K: Mitch Fedak, Cathedral; Chris Pur-vitis Beech Grove. DEFENSE - DL- Kevin Newbold, Cathedral. Davin Isakson, Zionsviiie. LB: Shane Bntt, Lebanon; Javier Zu-luaga, Roncaili; R.J Ciadella. Brebeut. B. Dave Eison, Cathedral, Scott Miller, New Palestine. P: Greg Hobbs, Brebeuf. 2A OFFENSE - QB David McClain, Western Boone, 5-10, 158, Sr.; RB. Billy Morton, S. Spencer, 5-9, 165, Sr.; RB: Greg Gutierrez, Triton Central, 6-0. 715, Sr., C: Andy Baker, Rochester, 5-10, 180, Sr., G: MIKE BEYER, Speedway, 6-2, 220, Sr.; G: Todd King, Glenn, 62, 240, Sr.; T: Steve Stillwell, S. Spencer, 5-11, 200, Sr.; T: Todd Brooks, Rochester, 6-2, 205, Sr.; TE: Matt Bowen, Greencastle, 6-6, 185, Sr.; WR: Troy Martin, Western Boone, 60, 179, Sr.; WR: Joe Pitty, Delphi, 5-11, 165, Sr.; K: Jeff Boshears, Tri-West. 5-9, 150, Sr, DEFENSE - DL: FRED LEKSE, Sitter, 63, 235, Sr.; DL: Rob Helsel. LaVille, 6-2, 270, Jr.; DL: James Hubert, Tell City, 65, 225, Sr.; LB: Curtis Brown, Delphi. 6-2, 218, Jr.; LB Dan Patrick, Knox. 5-10, 175, Jr.; LB: David Pena, W. Noble, 5-9, 180, Jr.; LB: Ben Comer, Danville. 6-0, 190, Sr.; B. Troy Martin, Western Boone, 60, 179, Sr.; B: Jason Morgan, Monrovia, 5- 11, 170, Jr.; B: Kevin Lusk, Triton Central, 6-4, I8S, Sr.; B. Bruce Bear, Tri-West. 6- 0, 160, Jr.; P: Kerry Ingram, N.Judson, 6-3, 180, Sr. (Area players) HONORABLE MENTION OFFENSE - QB: Jim Bear, Tri-West; Keith Ducker, Triton Central. RB Alan Lucas, Danville; John Guilfov, Scecma; Travis Hollingsworth, Western Boone. WR: Steve Hiland, Tri-West. K David Dobbs. Triton Central. DEFENSE - DL: Phil Fletcher, Monrovia; John Williamson, Danville; Rick Wathen, Tri-West. LB: Scott Atwood, Tri-West. B' Rori Chaney, Tri-West. P: Keith Ducker, Triton Central. 1A OFFENSE - QB: Chris Rigg, Whiting, 5-11, 175, Sr., RB. Brett Law, Sheridan, 5-II, 180, Jr.; RB: Mike Pugh, Winamac, 6 0, 185, Sr.; C: Jerry Teipen, S Putnam, 5-10, 180, Sr.; G: Kurt Connell, Eastern Hancock, 6-0, 183, Sr.; G: Todd Hartman, Bluffton, 6-0, 205. Sr.; T- Cary Gutwein, W. Central, 64. 235, Sr.; T: Mark Parmer, N Decatur. 6-2, 245, Sr.; TE. Aaron Kiser, Pioneer, 63, 215, Sr.; WR: Adam Vender-weilen, Laf. Catholic. $-10, 175. Jr ; WR: Josh Parker, S Decatur, 5-9, 150, So.; K: Matt Cotfel. Bremen, S-ll, 175, Sr. DEFENSE - DL: Rusty Calloway, Frontier, 63 185, Sr.; DL: Oavid Figg, Dugger, 65. 270, Sr.; OL- Jetf Berens. Jimlown, 5-10, 70S, Sr.; LB: Matt Coffel. Bremen, 5-11, 175, Sr.; LB Todd Harris, Sheridan, 5-10, 165, Sr.; LB: Bill Dunlap, Fairfield, 5-8, 180, Jr.; LB: Andy Town-send. Wes-Del. 62, 215. Sr.; B Brian Beard, Tecumseh, 5-8, 160, Sr.; B: Tracy Shidler, Winamac, 6-1, 175, Sr.; B: Richard Moren, Bremen, S-9, 165, Sr.; B: Brett Partlow, Sheridan, 5-11, 170, Sr., P: Chris Kintner, Eastern Hancock, 6-2, 165, Jr. HONORABLE MENTION (Area players) OFFENSE - QB: Shaun Urban, Sheridan. RB: Tony Dclph, Sheridan; Grant Deiph, Sheridan; Chris Spegal, Eastern Hancock. OL; Randy Weaver. Sheridan; John Hess, Indiana Deaf. TE: Sean Byrum, Indiana Deaf. K Brett Law. Sheridan. DEFENSE - DL: Terry Michaud, Sheridan DB. Matthew Dray, Indiana Deaf.

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