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Page IB The Annlston Star, Wednesday, Nov. 13, 1988 i ' IT s- ? c t! Nil A standings AH Tint. $T CASTIRN CONFMINCC Atlantic Dtvitian W L PC CI York 4 4 00 -x.iMMphia 4 tOO - ,fw Mwv 5 4tt I'l Bttstan 0 I Wwlrirton 2 I 230 3 ..ivr.ik.Ha . 2 f .222 3'1 Contra! CNvliian LW'lUtt 1 WO - CfevHand J 1 175 ) Atlanta 4 4 6X 3 ChKu 4 4 490 3 Vtiiwauka 3 4 47? 4''i litdwa 1 100 W1STIRN CONFCREMCI MMwnt Divlitafi W L PCt. GB Utati 4 2 .790 - Lr.vr 7 3 W - HuuiMli 7 3 W -r udiMk 4 3 447 Vt SAnkuo 2 290 4 VManw 0 7 000 5' Pacific Dtvitian L A Lahart 7 770 OokMit Stat S 4 994 2 Huriiand S S 900 2V) PtKKTNK 4 9 .444 3 Seam 4 9 .444 3 L A ClvfWk 4 4 .400 J j Sacramento I 0 111 4 Cleveland IX Boston 102 Phtiadatohla 130. Washington HO DtroH n, Chertont 3 Indiana KH MWwauMt f I L A Lafcart 110, Naw York f Oanvar 141, Ntw Jar? Portland 129. Saattt MM Chicago 1 14, Sacramanto fO Charter! at Boston, 7 30pm. Cleveland al Philadelphia. 7:30 p,m L A Lafcan al Miami, 7 30 p.m. New York al Detroit, 7 30 p m. Oanvar at Dallat, 0 p m. Washington at MHwaokee. 30pm Atlanta at San Antonio, I 30 p.m. Houtton at Utah, 0 3D pm New Jeray al Phoenix, 9 30 p m. Chicago atLA Cllppari to 30pm SeaHle at Golden State. W 30 p.m. Ttwrtdayt Garnet No Milwaukee at Boston, 7 30pm. Charlotte at Philadelphia, 7 30 p m Washington al Indiana, 7 30 p m ANanto at Oailai. 0 pm San Antonio al Utah. 9 30 pm. Seattle at Phoenix, t: X p m. New Jersey at L A Clippers. 10 30 p m Houston at Portland, W 30 p m NBA boxes MHarttarUCem. CLCVILANO(IM) Sanders 4 HI 3-3 II Nance 714 0-10 22, Daugherty 7- 2-2 14, Harper 7-13 44 10. Price -l2KH2m Ehto 1-300 Z Williams 7 44 10. RoHinsl-IOOZValentineO-ll-21 Totals41-70 32-30 114 BOSTON tltt) Paxson I3 M 12, McHale 7-13 40 20. Pariihl544l4, Johnson 2 7 236, Aingell-19 , 4-4 30, Lewis 2-500. Lohaut M 1-29, Shaw 77 ' 004, Acres 1-7002, GrandlsonO0 1-2 1, Rivas 1MHM0 Totals 41-CS 1023 102 Cleveland 20 24 32 30-114 Boitew 24 23 30 2S-W2 Point goals -Atnge 2 Fouled out Oaughern Rebounds -Cleveland 40 1 Nance 12). Boston 37 (Parish 101 Aunt -Cleveland 29 1 Price 9), Boston 21 ( Johnson 4) Total fouls -Cleveland 21. Boston 24 Technicals MtHale. Ainge, Daughertv. A-19,239 PHILADELPHIA (1301 BarklevOISlI 1227. Robinson 1 1 19 00 22. Gmnsli-I4 44 I Cheeks 24 004, Hawkins 4-14 S-S 17. Anderson 15-21 3H Brooks 1-200 Z Wingafe27MA WetpO-2000 Thornton 0-1 tWO Totals 91-99 77-31 130. WASHINGTON (103) Cattatoe 10-14 3-4 73. K Ing 7-14 2-2 14. Feitl 1-3 00 Z Colter 1-2 00 Z Matone 9-10 00 10. Jones 1 1 00 2. Preuley 1-01-23. Williams 9-14 2 2 20. Cackles 4-1911 9, Grant 3400 4. Alerie 1-4 00 7 Totals 47 1039-11 KD 37 27 37 29-130 30 J 27 t0-W3 3-Point goal-Anderson Fouled out-None Rebounds-Philadelphia 94 (Berkley 13). Washington S3 (Catledge, King. Williams 9) Assists-Philadelphia 25 (Robinson 7), Washington 25 (Matone 7) Total fouls-Phtle-delphie 15, Washington 74 A-7. 137 i, N.C. DETROIT (99) Mahotn 4-0 7 7 10, Dantley 14 4-4 4. Latmbeer MJ 5-S 19, Dumars 10-14 44 36, Thomas 2 10 2-3 4, Rodman 4-900 12, Johnson 4-17 11 13. Salley 2 3 12 4. Edwards 00 12 I Totals 3M4 29-75 99 CHARLOTTE 193) Tripucke S-17 1-1 II, Rambis Ml .73 4. Huppen3 SIH4. Hoitonl42 24. Red971 I 19, Chapman I1 34 11. Kemptan 44 7-3 10 Bugues 04 04 a Cut eton 1 7 00 Z Green 70 00 M. UewisOIOOO Totals 41-94 11 14 93 2 14 is mn 29 17 21 24-93 Fouled oul-None Rebounds-Detroit 96 (MarwnlOKCrlotw50(Rarnbis14) Assists -Detroit 10 (Thomas I). Charlotte 20 (Hotton S) Total touts-Detroit IS. Charlotte 71 A- nm Al MILWAUKEE 191) - Cummings 973 1 2 19. Krystkowiek 500 4. Sm ?- (H) 4. Moncr lal 9 S4 1 1, Pressey H 44 19. Pierce 49 00 0. Breuer 34 00 4, Roberts 1 7400, Grayer 4-13 l-l 11 MokeskiOO 1-7 I, Davis 00 04 0, HoHord0-1 00 0 Total; 3400 1023 91 INDIANA (105) Person 917 0-1 It Williams 9-11 5-5 15. SmiH4-7 74 a Fleming - 2-270, Miller 44 1-7 II, Gray 2 3 00 4. Frederick 3-500 4. Long 4-01 19, Tisdale 34 349, Skiles 14003 Totals 44-74 14 21 105 Indiana 27 23 19 22- 91 31 23 21 24-10S Point goal-Miller 7, Pressey, Skiles Fouled out- None Rebounds Milwaukee 47 (Cummings 9), Indiana 49 ( Tisdale 9) Assists -Milwaukee 19 (Pressey, Moncrief 5). Indiana 33(Fleming 10) Total fouls Milwaukee 2Z Indiana 25 A-0.U0 At New Tart lA. LAKERS (110) A C Green 717 54 19. Worthy 14-74 11 29 Abdul Jabber 5-13 2-7 1Z Johnson 9-10 7-7 25. Scott 4141 2 14. TTwmpson 13 1 21 Woolridge 0-5 00 0 Campbell 24 2 2 4. Rivers I I 00 2 rotals 45-94 125 110 NEW YORK 190) Newman 920 2 2 21 Oakley 5-11 2 2 1Z E wing 7 15 34 1 7. Jackson 4-22 24 14. G Wilkins 4-11 44 17. Walker 24 1-1 9. Butler 11 1-2 1 Tucker 74004. Strickland ) 37 74 S Green 00 0-70 Totals 3993 17 23 9 31 20 24 29-110 34 10 30 14 90 3-Point goals -Newman 2, Scott. G Wilkins Fouled out-None Rebounds-Los Angeles 41 (Johnson 12). New York 54 I Oak -ley.Ewng13 Assists-Los Angeles 21 ( Johnson 13). New York 17 (Jackson II) Total fouls -Los Angeles 19 New York 21 Technical-New York illegal defense A-19.991 Al Denver NEW JERSEY (104) Berry 5-13 34 11 B Williams 4-13 1-3 13, Hinson4-14 57 17. Bag ley 4412-2 10. McGeeO-17 24 70. Conner 414 00 11 Shack Word 7-50-7 4. HopsonO-l 14 1, K Williams 7-14 74 14 Totals 44-99 14-32 106 DENVER (141) English 917 72 20, Cooper 4-5 11 9. Schayes 7-3119. Lever 9-1 1 00 ft Adams 7-14 00 IS. Davis 10-15 00 20. Turner 9 0-2 4. Rssmussen 11-152774. Lane 54 4-9 14. Hughes 3-5 00 0 Engelstad 04 2 2 2 Totals 43-106 12-19 141 21 21 30 24-M4 33 39 37 33 Wi 3-Point goafs-McGee Z Hughes Z Adams Fouled out None Rebounds New Jei sey 40 B Williams 13). Denver i Cooper 9) Assists-New jersey I5( Bagley 9). Oenver 43 (Lever 101 Total fouls-New Jersey 21. Denver 24 A- 9.443 PORTLAND (125) Bryant 77 00 A Kersey 13-73 1-3 27. Duckworth IMS 5-4 77, Drexler -70 0-9 74. Porter 49 ll 17 19. S Johnson 74 7-7 4. Young 34S5H.Neall 2007. Anderson 74004, Jones OII7l.FerreifaOOO00 Totals44-9333-39125 SEATTLE I M4) CageS-97 1017 McKey11 1 17. Lister 3-5 17 7 EHis9l32Z Lucas 1-20-2 2. McDamel 7004. A Johnson 24004, Potynice 541 2 2 H Tlwwtf 6-1 0 I 11 Srhoene 14 0-2 2, Reynolds 717 9-10 11 Totals 4049 2333 104 24 24 32 43-179 24 74 37 79-104 yPotntgoel-Eltit Fouledout-None Rr bounds-Portland 47 (Duckworth II). Seattle (Polyntce 7) Assists-Portland 30 (Porter. Drelr), Seattle DfLutes 91 Total fouls -Portland 16. Seattle 79 TechniceH-McDaniel 7 leierted). Seattle Coach Bickerstaff Cage. LKter. Seattle 3 Wegal defense A-10.954 Al SacrarnenNk CaW. CHICAGO (114) Grant 4444 IZ Sellers 24 7 7 A Cartwrioht 0114470. Vincent SO 2 2 IZ Jordan 14-200032. CorimeeO 1-2 11 Pippen 54)00 10. Peson 7 040 Haley 00000. Neaty 00 1-2 1. PerdivOI 040 Totals 4974 14-14114 SACRAMENTO (901 McOey 710 04) 14 Ptnckncy 7-14 00 14 Thompson 7 12 4-4 It K Sr 4- 1-2 9. O Smith 7 1700 14. Wtttmanl9001 Pressley 34 1-27. trieme 14041 retarsen 1-700 1 Del Negro 74 1 1 IS TotoH 97 7-9 10 k Sacramanks 24 27 36 2S-1M 91 B) 24- 90 jolntgoals-PaisonZ WitSman Fouled oul-None Rebounds-Chicago 44 ( Jordan III, Sacramento 32 (McCrey, Thompson 4) Assnts -Chicago 33 (Jordan 01. Sacramento M (bet Negro 7). Total touH-Chicago 17. Sacramento 14 A-I 517 sporTView Todav BASKETBALL 6 p.m. N. Carolina vs. Missouri, ESPN 7 p.m. Denver Nuggest at Dallas Mavericks, WTBS-17 8 p.m. Syracuse vs. Indiana, ESPN 9:30 p.m. Chicago Bulls at L.A. Clippers, WTBS-17 10:30 p.m. N.Y. Knicks at Detroit Pistons. WWOR-9 MISCELLANEOUS 10:30 p.m. SportsCenter, ESPN 10:30 p.m. Sports Tonight, CNN mm i n in za ten Umgo 4 ( m W DO Mm or ill hi wi iw NATIONAL CONFIMNCI Km . N V. IMnll 1 S t m SI Ml winwuin i i m m m nm l t jo m m immhiiui o mm xa mm i m o w mm Cnlcago w 1 0 to za m mnmum I 4.0 to at it DMroM 1 t . HO Ml Ml iKtpt an i i i ana , On lav 1 w 0 Ml m mi MoOriam i o no no m L A Ratnt 7 S 0 SB 300 ZB ten Frwcfteo J t 0 SO Ml n AMMO o XT) an M0 LSU's Archer admits wanting a Tide win o V. Tvnoa Ojav IS CtodmnmOMIMM DMroM tf. Qrmr Oay t MknoooM It IndHmpom 1 OWWO I, MM Vortl AM , OT CMM 9. nthluoll f KMX CHV 27. MMW M NawOrtMmcl Owwrl ten Otoge m Lot Anavws mmrm M wimihiio a mm ycth an it or A Nan )Z Lai Angmn Rwdar, Now Cnolond 0, Miami 3 Top Twenty Tha Top Twanty aamt m fha Atiociatad Preu' colMga baihalbatl poll. wlHi llrtl-placa von In pwanmam. tot) points batad on lIHJ I4-IH4-IIHI IO--;5-4M record mrough Nov. 10 and IMI miH ranking Collegi ;e schedule Racord PH Pvi IDuMl I 0 1770 lOoorgatarn 141 fr 0 1100 1 J MIcNgan (II 0 1100 1 4 0Manoma III 0 109 S $ Norm Carolina 1- 0 m 4 ISyracuM 2- 0 aM 0 llowalll 0-001 7 I Nv -Lot Vagal II) 0 OH W llllnori fr 0 OH W.Arliona - 0- 0 SOI II II VHIano 941 II Louitvltll fr I Ml 4 13-MriMlurl 2- 0 111 14 MGaorola TocK fr 0 410 IJ IS Florida fr 0 111 19 MONO Slal 0 HO II ll.Florloa Stal fr 0 770 II U N Carolina Slal fr 0 174 10 lI Tampla ' fr 0 141 I ID.Indiono M 13? Olnart racalvlng voNn: Loyola AAary-mount 4; TannOiia OS; Cannactlcut 74. Stanford!, NwWaiilco44; GaorgiolS; Waff Virginia S; xavlar, Ohio 30. North Carolina Charkrn 17; Wichita Stata 23, Pittsburgh II, Nolr Ooma If; Maryland 17; Houston 14, Brlgham Young 11, Arkansas II; Taxas-EI Paso II; Alabama ; DPul ; UCLA . Louisiana Stat I; Clamson 7; Mamphls State 7. SoiATwm Mississippi 4; Auburn S; Soultiarn Mtfhodlst 9; Kantucky 4; Utah 4. South Caroilno 3; ProvManc 1; Kansas State I. Oogon Slate I; Purdue 1; Vanderbilt 1 College scores AST AoW n Southampton AJtantoMnll, Drew 41 Mean a MIT 71 Bentteyo, aVandeltaS BaoMhMtt.Qa0mM16 aVMBatkorl 71 SprlngftaU at Buffalo St tt Hartwicfc 47 Cettfornia. Pa 79, St. Vincent 47 Cfrthollc U to, John Hopkins JV Cheyney 79, Eattem al Coast Guard Ml N Y Maritime 9 E. Connoctlcut M. FHtffturg St 71 Geneva O, Wash. A Jeff Groan Mountain 71 New England Coll. 9 Hutaon H St. Joioph'., Maine Sa irtfltana. Pa Tff, Mercyhurtl 42 V lMoyne U, Oewago SI 71 Mount St. Mary. N Y at IM i Utiman 49 Mount Union 97, Thlel 79 N.Y. Tach 95, YonX, N.Y. 40 NYU ft Hunter 75 New Haven 94, Mercy, N Y 71 Pan Weil Chester 49 Pblle Pharmacy 97, Peon 31 -Herrfeburg PMla TemHe aft Kiitztown 5 Plymowtti St. tS, iohnaon St 59 Rnode l Wand CoH a BrWgewater.Mass ttccnetter 75. Naiaretn, N Y 73 Strantanal FCXMWadtson 57 Shtppensburg M (kietm CoH. 77 St. Anetm41. Franfclln Pierce S3 St MlcnaeJ'i 97, Mau Boston ll St- Row 79. King's. N.Y at Stony Brook KMX New Patti St. Urslnui 77. Albright S3 Utfca IX Blnghamton St a W Connecticut 9a, ManhattanvHte 44 W Virginia Tach 94 Concord IS, OT Wayneitwrg 9J. West Liberty 77 WMiMl LrcomingeS SOUTH 8aredlct 79. Johnson C. 3rnrth77 Cnrlstophar Newport 45. Salisbury St 40 Coll ot Charleston 79. Llrrmtone 49 Feyetwvllle St 74 Coker 45 Flagler M4, Embry-RltMIe el Ftorfda Souftern 97; Edward Waters 70 Francis Marion Sft Claflin 47 Geawgetown Ky. 57, Centre S3 Guilford 9ft Ferrum 92 rtarripSydney 77, Va Wesleyan 75 Lincoln Memorial 10ft Shaw 71 Mary Washington 104 Lyrchburg 102 MslwHst 101, Newport News 92 Mllltgan92 PkfcevllleB N C Greemboro 79, Mount Olive 49 Oglethorpe 91, Toccoa Falls 47 Ptetffer , Belmont Abbey SS Presbytarlan 9ft Mars HHl 44 MIDWEST Albion 17. TrSfale 44 ' Atrna 97, Goshen 90 AuguitanaS.D. 90. Briar Cliff 77 Beraa 91, Iridtaroa-SouthaHt 44 Bethel, Ind Ms, Fort Wayne Bible SO Black HHIs St 9ft Chadron St 74 Capital 79. Urbana43 Defiance 95. Ohio DorreMcan 74 Eureka 72, Concordia. Ill 41 Ferris St 119. Spring Arbor al Franklin eft wabber 77 Hastings 41 Peru S3 Heidelberg 49. Huntington 57 ind -Pur -Ft Wayne Oft Grand Valley St 71 Kearney St 11, Nebrat4utOrnaha 73 Lawrence 93, Trinity, III M Marycrest aft William Perm 99 NE Illinois M St AmbroMll NE Missouri 9Z Missouri Vol. 77 NW Missouri St 91. TerktoM Nabraika Wesiyn 77, Dordt 74 Norln Dakota 77, Jamestown 51 Northland 77, Michigan Tach 71 NWhwestarn. lowa 91, Mount Marty 74 Oakland, Mich. 49. ManchesMr 45 Rio Grande 10ft Bkrfnon 93 S. Dakota St 71, Dakota SI 47 SE Missouri 1 ll Missouri Baptist 94 Saginaw Val. St 94, Grand Rapids Baptist F4 Shawnee St 71 Cedarvllle 47 SI Francis, IH 43, Dubuque 49 Taylor 79. HHhdale 71 Trtfln 71 Wrknigtoa Ohio 41 . Upper lowa 9Z lowa Wesiyn 44 ' Wellington. Mo. 70, Mac Murray 45 Wetlrnar 9ft Buano Vista 04, OT rVH -MMwaukae 04 iWnoH Tech 73 Wts Xshko8h 133. Lakeiand SI WH.-Sktvons Pt 49. St Norbert 54 Wootter KB, Martetta 17 SOtJTMWST Arkansas Tach 41 E Central U 43 Concordia Lutheran 9ft TrMty. Tex II E Tees Baptist KH. LeTourneau 77 Henderson St tX John Brown 71 Mendrl 01. S. Narene 74 Oklahoma City l H OaMas 99 PaittMntlfci St aft Atfama St 41 5 IIS Baptist Christian 4ft South western. Texas 79. Mary Hardin-aytar 73 Texas Aftl n Tews Lutheran (7 Texas Wesktyan eft Austin Cat 75 Waytand Baptist 91. McMurry 73 PAR WSST Cat BaptW 134 West Coast Christian 33 Cal Lutheran W7, Los Angeles St Ml Christian Heritage 94 Point Lome 77 Fort Lewis 93, Colorado Mines 90 Lewis-Clark St 97, Sheldon Jackson 74 New Mexico St 12. Simon Fraser 40 Southern Cal Cott Oft Master's 74 W NewMexico07. Sul RouSt 47 Western St , Cote 99. Concordia. Nab 42 TOURNAMENTS Dixie Rotary Classic Garo'ner-WebbOft lmbrofce St 74 TMrd Ptaot GMnvHIe SI 02. Llvione 73 L N Y 59. Ttktrd P Pratt 57, N Y Poly 49 NE Oklarioma 75, Pittsburg 74 Oklahoma Christian 49. BeniesvWe rtedgar WanoVs Clasatc liLwel mm SemMnafsof : Bog Appkt NIT at New York (tear CeroNm vs. Mlsaourl, Indiana vs Iryracuse). PrktaVe Nov. 35 Finals of: Bk) Appa) NIT at Htm York. First round of: Central Fidelity Holiday Claesk: at RkJuiMtA Va. (Bayior at Rich-mend; Alabama vs. Arbjona St.); Century Cjfeme Daasic al Ttiii iiMi. U. Texas ABM at Centenary; Orehe vs. NW Louisiana); Costs Light Oaaslc at Fresno. Cat. (Idaho St. at Fresno St.; Pm American vs. San Francisco). Fleet Qmlr at Provtoonca. R I. (Niagara at PiuvMaitut; South tlananis vs. FalrfliM); Freedom Bowl Classic at Irvine, CaM (Georgia St at Cai Irvine. Texas Christian vs. Marytand), Great Alaska Shootout at Anchorage (Kansas at Alaska-Anchorage; CaMMiila vs. Florida. Kentucky vs. kvia; Salon Hal vs. Utah); HawaH TipOff Toumamont a Honolulu (Montana St. at lla.aill; P4piil vs Teaasl; Hornet Clot-sic at Montgomery, Ala. (OMpttit Christian at Aseoama St.; AubunMcntgoman' vs. Paul Oumnl; Wash. (WaaVngten St. at Ooruaga; E Washington ys. Idaho); Investors Classic at Cnarlot-tasyWa, Va. (Dartmouth at Virginia; Kent St v. Marouerlel; LapcMck Memorial Tournament at Nosy Vara (Lang Island u. at St. John's; Nut mmUK n vs. Brlgham Young); Maul Classic at MeuL Hawaii (Memphis SI at Cnamlnao, MIctHgenvs. vandarbilt, DePeut vs. Nev.-Las Vage; Otdahoma vs. Ohio St. I; San Juan Shootout at San Juan, PH. (VII-lanova American CoH. PH.. S. IMnok vs. Tolaoo; Oavtdaon vs. SW Ten St.; S Cardl-no St. vs. Puerto Rtcan Nationals). MetanWWl4 at Army, Marshall at pi at Christian oVofhers, Clarton at Cleveland St. ; Llmeslone at Coastal Carolina. Cal-Santa Barbara at Cotorado, Rloa at Detroit; mmum Cot man at Florida A4AA; Florid Mnyjlel at Fo. Iioariojlluiiol; Cant. Florida at Flartts St.; N.C.-Wllmington at Ogorgla SotrTnam; N.C.-AahevMS at Gaorgla TarJi. gduoatJaduMoivlllylrnmnw Madden at Honolulu. CanoandsA N.v. at Lanw; MarW a LSU; CNcago St. at Loyola. I , M -tonem Share at Miami Fla , Maes at Mies. VWep St.; Modoar Evert at Monmouth, N J ; Kidar at Oulgort, Mount St Maryfc Md. at Samtard; Dltaware at South-amCal; NE Loutslan at S. Utah; Teniiessee TarJi at Tennessee; W. Caroun at w. Kentucky. CMrnploneMias al 'cMUrl Fidelity Hall, day Clesslc; Century CeHunM Classic; Coon Light Classic; FaM Classic; Freedom Bovr! Classic; Great AMtM Shootout. Hawaii Tip. CT Tournemant; Hornet Clastic; Inland , Northwest Classic; Investors Classic; LapcMck Memorial Tournemant, SarnOlnels of: Maul Clastic; San Juan First round Of: New Mr, PreMOIOn . NAV (Li n) ok St. at Akron; Ark.-Pt WuN Assam St.; IVarimaulh, NJ. at Army; Mount St. Marys. Md. at Auburn; IC4M at Auguate; Harvard at boston CnlliBi , Slaneat owteif Groan; James Madison vs tVLt-IHinll at Kanaoht, HewaU; Ltnrty el rooMynCol, Sllppa-y Hock atCanelbndSt.; LeejyetMel Colgatt. N. Cotorado at Colorado St.; Donlaan at ComaM; bucknatl at Qeyton; baptlsl Cad. at Otttwam St.; Citadel al DuM, N.C. OWtlbJibii at Cast Caroline; Aivjerton. md. at I. MIcNgan; Md asNm Shore at Ft. Insntalluiwl; PnnSl.atGaotgiMlon-val at Gaorg Wotrangton. Connecticut vs Harttord at Bsc Harttord ChHc Canter; Georgetown vs. Hawaii Fdlic at Kanaoht, Hawaii. StetsonM Houston baptist; IIKhlc. go at IWnolt; W. Wlnols at Illinois St.. boston U. at Indians St.; MxHent St. at lowa. Houston at low St.; MNtsept at Jackson St . Purdue at Kansas SI ; rlgrslreal Manhattan. S. Cormocticui at MenailMbatti; tan St. at Mevieaol; Oakland CHyat Murray St.; Pann at Navy; Orekjhton at Nebraska; CoH. at Idaho ol Nevada Reno; Brown ot No. t lamp shire; Teus Southern at New Me.ioo St . Voorhees el N.C.-Ashevlao; Columblo at N. Carotin St.; Lautslan Tech et North Tanas; Md. ellknota County et N. Arinna; Bethel, MM. at N. Illinois, Chicago el Northwestern; Capital at Ohio U.; Portland at Oregon St.; Oklatiorne St. at PHtsburgh; FrankUn 4 MeraSetl at Princeton; Enooro at SI. Francis, Pa.; Coppm St. at St LouK; Hurnbok SI. at St. Marys. Cam.; Cent Connecticut SI el SI Peter, Delaware ai Sen OWgo St.; Lander at South Caroline, Tesas Wosletwl al IE Lputstsna; Howard U at Southern Col. NE Loublan at S. Utah; Xavier. NO at SW Loublani, Fen Lawk at TexavEl Paso; hreear at True-San AMonej. Ten Tech at UCLA. Air Force at U S Inlernalionol. s. r St.; ftobartnVjrrketWest at W. Mlchktan. Cent Michi gan at Wtcha St.; Hernoden-Sydney at W0-Horn ft Mary, Sawanae at Mnnthrop; Oregon at wtsconUn, St French. III. at wis -Gram Bejy; SW Missouri St. et Wyoming; Clarion at YoieigttownSt. Sunday. Nov. II CrkvneknjNei at; Mem Classic; New First round of Green Muunlaln Classic at BurHngtorv Vt (MidoSvburyai Vermont; Norwich vs St. ntaotteal't, Vt.). RiolralArkanaas; N. Kentucky otcincin-netl; Ollcago St. at Mama; EvansvUkTaT ootv 3 1 m College schedulr The rraiorataiooaoaa schedule tor the miiakklti otthteaeaon: a aim at Teat, (n) OltwwikvLAiaAsataWtTioTcthansAla Arbjona St at ArUono Tamp. Fat. Flwlok el FtortdaSt.ini Geargla Teth at Cworgla In) Nevan. Las Vegas at Long each St TmantetLSU, (n) ArkantaselMlomc Ft. Mkakslanl w Mktkitppl St at Jackson. 1st. Notre Dam. at Southern Cl Grarnhrlng W vt. Southern U at New at T o St . at Tuba Tiawaiai at Vandereet aetTeasAtM(nl Satardey. Dec. i n elite wall. In) -a kjham Young et Miami, Flo Army vs Navy el Phtaoelphio pttt at Syrecvee .. St. vs. Texas Tach at Tokyo E-wK at pkyed at either 4 a or I p m ST NFL standings AAOERtCAN COatFIPONCI pshm m L T Pd. P PA Seatis Tttamsatikej flsiili ullal II I 0 etl HI 1st Owe) assvj New England t S O SH tt BS Maryviee. Ma Tl MWsaos to OT InPSHBaiuli o 0 0 .SO an no Wasanaistb. Mo I. Phodes J N Jen - I I I alM EXHIBITION Mian 4 f t I AH m f Brisbane. AusJraH. el. Bob St SS OMOrbt Fewjnd HMSMkl 0 Nor, Pork CIW.seH 0 1 0 79) M M Mwewrlaii 01 Askar Norwe, I i BIB 4o M in IteeustkaSernterdll C. stand ISO JBaalt) athsd Islend Hov Sweden 0T PltliOi 10 4) ktf a SO SovwurWNetiorwnmcklahornaSt 41 UCLA t AuthWIe 17 Oenvar 0 I t 990 ZB at Wright St IH. Knevt Oftra Sweden l L A Koidors 0 0 100 21 U San Francisco 37. vvasningtan 71 Ttwrtdey. Nov. ot Memo at Detroit. II pm Itouston at Denes. 4 p m. Sunday, Nov. 17 eVilHelo at CawJonetl I ctm. Clovland at VOMhliigeaa 1p.m. Green Bay at Chtcaao, I pm. KenaasClryatPtttsburgh. 1 pm. Miami al New York Jets. I p.m PltoanlM at PttHadelphk. I pm. Tampa Boy et Atlanta. I p m San Francisco et Sen OWgo. Ipm New England at Indianapolis. 4 p m. Let Aitoott Kama at Oanvar 4 pm New York Giants at New Orleans, o p n Monday, Nov. to Los Angeles ft aiders at Seem, I pm NFL team stats AAeBlttCAN FOOTBALL CONFBPEKCt OFFamc By AUSTIN WILSON AP Sports Writer BATON ROUGE, La. It's Mike Archer's "personal feeling" that No. 7 Auburn will beat 17th-ranked Alabama in their Iron Bowl football game, but the LSI! coach said he would like to see the Crimson Tide win. Louisiana State University and Auburn each has a Southeastern Conference loss. An Alabama victory on Friday would give LSU sole possession of the SEC title. "I think our players had rather win the SEC outright, no matter how ugly it is," Archer said Tuesday. "If Auburn loses, we're SEC champs, and we beat them, head-to-head." LSU beat Auburn 7-6 with a late-game touchdown drive. LSU is coming off a 44-3 defeat by Miami. Archer was asked which team would win if Auburn and Miami played. "That would be an exciting football game," he said. "I would have to take Miami, because they can do more things on offense. "We held Auburn to 6 points, and we held Miami to 44" "Miami is the best college football team in the country, and they have been for the past five years," he said. A tie for the SEC championship means the Sugar Bowl selection committee picks the team to represent the conference against Florida State. The other team goes to the Hall of Fame Bowl to meet Syracuse. ) LSU dropped to No. 16 in the poll after the loss to Miami. "If Auburn wins, I think we all know what's going to happen," he said. Archer said his LSU team will practice early on Thanksgiving Day, take the rest of that day off and report back for meetings and practice on Friday for Saturday's regular season finale against Tulane. "They get to see about an hour and a half of the Auburn-Alabama game," he said. "I guarantee you all the coaches will be watching." He said defensive tackle Clint James and linebacker Verge Ausberry were able to discard their crutches on Monday, but both were doubtful for Saturday's game against Tulane. Starting tailback Eddie Fuller re-injured a hip-point bruise in the Miami game and is questionable for Saturday, he said. There's no danger his players will take Tulane lightly, Archer said. "I think we'll be ready to play. This group that's here has played them three or four years, and they know it's been competitive every year," he said. "They're 5-1 against the SEC the past two years, and our players know that," he said. 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Allen's Portland State team will have the home-field advantage this Saturday when Jacksonville State travels to the great Northwest. The Vikings aren't unfamiliar with the trip since they played the Division II championship game in Florence. But Allen thinks it will be easier for the Gamecocks than it was for his team, because they won't have to deal with the time change. "I think it will hurt, but I think it is harder to go East than it is West," Allen said. "Everyone of our coaches were tired at gametime. I would rather fly West than East, because of the time change.. "Bowie State had to fly out here and I thought they played great. It is always a factor when you have to travel. I certainly think it is an advantage for us playing at home." SINCE PORTLAND STATE can't get many local teams to play them, they have had to play a nationwide regular-season schedule. Most Division II teams play a totally regional schedule, but Portland State has played Indiana University in Pennsylvania, Texas A&I and Eastern Illinois, as well as Division I-AA schools like Idaho, Southern Utah and Montana. "We've always played the Division I-AA teams in this area because the other teams won't play us," Allen said. "It has hurt us. Idaho was No. 1 in I-AA and Montana was 16th." Portland State's two losses were to Idaho 27-18 and to Texas A&I 29-22. Eastern Illinois tied the Vikings 31-31. Portland State started the season at 1-2-1 before winning-its last eight games. "We got a lot battered early," Allen said. "We got a lot hurt against Cal-Poly and Texas A&I. But after we got healthy, we started playing good football. Our players have pointed all year toward getting back to Alabama." Even though Portland State's goal is to win the national championship, they aren't overlooking Jacksonville State. Actually Allen thinks the Gamecocks and the other two teams in the lower half of the Division II playoff bracket Texas A&I and Tennessee-Martin will be their biggest obstacles. "I think Jacksonville State is very comparable to Troy State," he said. "They have a great defense and I think their offense is coming on. Their defense runs like Troy State, maybe even better. Our strength on defense is our line, because we're healthy and ready to go. But having a good defensive line doesn't always help against a wishbone team. "THERE ARE NO breathers in the lower half of the bracket. All four teams have a great chance of going all the way. Other than North Dakota State, Sac State (Sacramento State) won't even be challenged in the other half of the bracket and we beat Sac State." Kickoff this Saturday is 3 p.m. CST. ' yVubltlrri Continued from Page IB NHL standings AM Timet T WALES CONFERENCE W L T PIS OF OA NV Rangers II 1 1 S 07 10 Pittsburgh W W 0 10 1 4 waslwkjlon 3 20 70 44 PMIeoelphi 11 I I 01 01 New Jersey I W 1 12 NY Islanders 1 II 1 14 S H Adams DMsfctn, Montreal 12 I 1 77 1 11 Boston 7 5 23 I 4 Buttalo 0 12 1 W IS 3 Quebec 7 12 2 14 7 Herttsrd T II I IS 07 77 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Harris Division W L T PH OF OA 1140 II S 4 2 00 71 Toronto I II I II 11 O SI Loots 0 0 1 If 14 71 Chicago 4 11 4 I 1 101 Minnesota 4 11 1 II 00 07 SniyMa DivitAan Calgary 14 4 3 11 4 54 Lm Angeles U 1 0 111 tf EornoMon 11 7 1 24 ft Vancouver n II 1 23 11 74 Winnipeg 3 21 7 confidence came into play. "We've got to keep Alabama off balance and we will try to do that with the running game," Danley said. "The games when we've kept the ( opposing) defense off balance is when we've been successful. Most teams come in with a plan to stop our passing game, thinking if they stopped the passing game they'd stop Auburn. They didn't worry about the running game." Opposing defenses are more concerned about Auburn's running attack thses days. "We took it personally, especially when we faced a good running team like Georgia had," Danley said. "They looked at our defense and they goverlooked our running game. We wanted to prove ourselves. Now we've gained a little respect and confidence." Danley, a 6-foot-3, 210-pound sophomore whose 468 rushing yards last season was tops on the team, said the running attack will play a key role Friday. "IT WILL BE very important," he said. "I think the running game coming on has opened the passing game back up. Now teams have to stop both things, they can't just load up on the passing game. We complement each other. We're a balanced team, now." That balanced attack will be tested against a Crimson Tide defense that is among the best in the country. Alabama is allowing only 83.2 yards rushing a game and only 281.8 total yards an outing. "It's definitely going to be very difficult going against them because of their people up front," Danley said. "Their overall team speed makes it difficult to get outside on them and it's tough to go inside against them because of their size. "The biggest challenge will be keeping (Derrick) Thomas, (George) Bethune, (Keith) McCants and those guys off (quarterback) Reggie (Slack) . We've got to do a good job of blocking for him and give him time to pass. I think that's where our points are going to come from, the passing game. "But I think the running game will be important, too." Lot Angeles 4, PMIadelphla 1 Washington 4 New York I slender 1 1 Vancouver 4 Butteio 2 Alabama Continued from Page IB Boston at inonlraal. 7 pm Quabac at Hartford. 7 35 pm Naw Vortt Kangari at PtthjlMrgh. 7 35 pm Chicago Toratfg, 7:35 pm Loa Anoaan at Datroil. 7 36pm Naw Vorti. UlandK. at Wiaintngton, 05 pjn. EfrTWtfon at Mkmautm 35 pm Maw JarwVY Catoary- f p m t 7. 35 p.m. Montraal at Quabac 7:35 p m Edmsntoi at St. jo. 35 p m BASBB4LI CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Aaread to larrnt with Ron Kittle, oiAtleKMr -designs ted hitter , en a hvo-yeer contract. OAKLAND ATHLETICS Announced that they wW not oner a contracl to Don TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Announced II wel pkk up Hie osthon on Ih contract otErnl Whitl, catcher, through me no season. Nomad eat Sow HOUSTON ASTROS-Named Boh rst bate coach IMalaon taJstant general ntenager PecHTc Caest Leeaue TUCSON TOROS-Nemad Bob Sumner ASKBTBALL GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Traded nana Wliltpejod, carder, to the San Antenlo NEW JERSEY NETS-Stgned Roy Meiaon. cents. -SorweroV to . mutnyaar con. tract. Boxites USA AMATEUR BOXING FEDERATION Named Howard Duncan technical FOOTBALL GREEN BAY PACKERS Waived Dale INOIANAPOLIS COLTS-Signed Jamas Prusn, wet receiver. Waived Don Thorp, MIAMI DOLPHINS-Welved Tony Franklin, c4erelcar PHOENIX CARDINALS-Signed Jestk dark, h Heat a, and Greg Lather, defensive back. Waived - Moore, luttoeck. Placad Lonnw Young and Trent Curtis, setelies. on SAN Diego CHARGERS Resigned tampa Bay buccaneers Placed Donate igwabuBie, piaceklchor, on tniured rater s Signed John Carney, plecaklcker. LPGA-Nanvad William Blue conv HOCKBY NEW YORK ISLANDERS RecelHd Owlet &ypt , aMHjama from SprlnQflaM of NEW YORK RANGE RS-Sent Mate to Omar of Via Mtarnp' SAN DIEGO SOCKERS-Sajnad Steve BRADLEY Announced that Lake Jack. am. carder, k okpuie to ptor baaweoee FULLER TON STATE-Annauncetf In reTAjnaNattat Fran OavtrvAOA, aonttnt eat- VERAAONT Named John Taoguo an n tthnt atplne ailing oeachatj Bruce Crenmer and OM Spencer nerosc ektmg vand has been effective on misdirections and traps. Alabama does indeed' plan to run the ball. "We'll have to do both," said Alabama' senior quarterback David Smith. "If we have to rely on one or the other, that puts us in trouble. We have to run it when they don't think we have to and run it where they don't think we will. We have to try and keep them off balance." The Tigers have been dictatorial when it comes to the fun. They allow a galling 68.3 yards rushing per game, a national high. Alabama left guard Larry Rose says those statistics are impressive, but built at the expense of woefully inept opponents. "IT'S NOT HARD to get great averages against Akron," said Rose. "Don't get me wrong. They're a good defense. Probably the best in the SEC. We'll have to play one of our best games offensively and defensively. If we do that, we'll beat Auburn." .. But not even Georgia and Tim Worley, the SEC's top rushing offense and top rusher, could crack the Auburn armor. The Bulldogs gained onfy 70 yards rushing and were repeatedly stuffed on critical short-yardage situations by linebacker Smokey Hodge. Alabama is also coming off a game in which it failed to crack the Southwestern Louisiana goal line twice on fourth-and-1 attempts. If the Crimson Tide couldn't pick up a measily yard against the Ragin' Cajuns, then how can it realistically hope to convert short-yardage situations against the mighty Tigers? It's no secret Alabama likes to go over the left side of its line in the crunch. Center Roger Shultz has developed into possibly the SEC's best. Guard Larry Rose and tackle John Pruhmorgen are experienced and Howard Cross is widely considered to be the SEC's best blocking tight end. Shultz says it's a matter of carrying out your assignments. "Our gameplan is for the offensive line to block," said Shultz. "If we don't block, we're not going to move the ball. Whenever the offensive line doe well, the ball is moving. We've got to do our jobs." And Shultz says it's important to send a message to the Auburn defense early. ' "WE'LL DEFINITELY have to establish the run," said Shultz. "As an offensive line, you like to run a little more. It's kind of the macho thing to do. I think it's important to run against them early, so maybe they'll start to feel like maybe they're not this special, great team they think they are. " It's a psychological defeat to get the running game going." Running back David Casteal,. who is the Tide's designated leaper of tall buildings and line pileups, says it's not impossible to believe Alabama could run up some decent numbers against Auburn. "It's a possibility if we execute, hold onto the football and keep their offense off the field and block," said Casteal. "Our offensive line has to have a good day. Then we can accomplish some of the goals we've set. If we don't do those thingsthen we very well could lose." f Price, Quality & Service 831-8514 1850S. Quintard 831-8514 Anniston, Alabama :

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