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Tuesday, December 4, 1979
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Tuesday, uecemuer 4, Souffiern Cal, led by White, land 3 on UPI All-America team United Press International NEW YORK The University of Southern California, where high-quality football players are as plentiful as the sunshine, Monday placed three members on the 1979 United Press International All-America team. Leading the way for the Trojans on the 24-member team were Heisman Trophy-winning running back Charles White, offensive guard Brad Budde and linebacker Dennis Johnson. The Trojans were the only team in the nation with as many as three players on the first team. Nineteen teams had at least one player on the first squad. Texas, Oklahoma and Notre Dame each placed two. Defensive tackle Steve McMi-chael and defensive back Johnnie Johnson were chosen from Texas, running back Billy Sims and linebacker George Cumby were chosen from Oklahoma, and offensive tackle Tim Foley and running back Vagas Ferguson were chosen from Notre Dame. It marked the 17th year in a row in which Notre Dame has placed one player on the UPI first team All-America squad. Rounding out the offensive unit were split end Ken Margerum of Stanford, tight end Junior Miller of Nebraska, offensive tackle Greg Ko-lenda of Arkansas, offensive guard Ken Fritz of Ohio State, center Jim Richter of North Carolina State, quarterback Marc Wilson of Brigham Young and kicker Dale Castro of Maryland. Others named to the defensive squad were ends Hugh Green of Pittsburgh and James Stuckey of Clemson, tackle Bruce Clark of Penn State, middle guard Ron Simmons of Florida State, linebacker Ron Simpkins of Michigan, defensive backs Ken Easley of UCLA and Roland James of Tennessee and punter Jim Miller of Mississippi. Margerum, Castro, Simmons and Green, all juniors, are the only underclassmen on the team. White, Sims, Clark, Johnson, Easley and Green were repeaters from last year's team. The team was selected by a vote of college football writers, sports editors and sportscasters from across the nation. Cleveland Crosby, University of Arizona senior, was chosen as one of three ends on the honorable mention defensive unit. The first-team offensive backfield is one of the most explosive in the history of the UPI All-America voting. White led the nation in rushing with 180.3 yards a game and scored 18 touchdowns; Sims, the Heisman Trophy winner last year, rushed for 136.9 yards a game and scored 22 TDs; and Ferguson rushed for 130.6 yards a game and scored 17 TDs. Wilson, the nation's leader in total offense, passed for 3,720 yards and threw 29 touchdown passes. U i lie Arizona lu'puom' Basketball Monday's CoHw Basketball Scores EAST Albnoht 83, MoWenOurg 61 Allegheny 63, Queen 40 Army 104, Lvcommg 8? Bioomsburg Si 70. MansdekJ Si. 65 Branaeii 63. Bam 62 Bryant 62 Barnnglon 48 BuHalo SI. 93, Houghton A3 Canuius 113, Mercyfturst 84 Cornell 66, Rochester 58 Delaware St. 1. W Chester St 7? FrrMln & WarshH 90 El-iaOe'htowrt 57 Giasstwro St. 72, Rutgers -Camaen 66, OT K-ngs. Pa 107, Oe'aware Val. W Maine 75, C W Post 49 Manst 96, Hartwick 87 Maryland 56, Penn Slate 55 Millersviiie SI. 60, York 55 N Y Maritime 119. Cathedral 85 Pittsburgh St 83. Middleburv 69 Rulgers 65, Drenel 67, OT 5t Bonavenlure 77, Oh U. M Si. Josepb s. Pa SB, Loyola (Md.) 46 SOUTH Auburn 90, Texas Wesl 51 " Brevard 79 Cecil Coi 74 Col ot Charleston 77, Coastal Carolina 65 Concord 59, W Virginia Weslevan 58 Davidson 74, VMI 73 E keniuov 84 N Caro-Chanotte 79 Erskme 93 Central yVeS'evan 67 Francis Marion 95, S. Caro-Aiken 93, OT Franklin 84, Georgetown, Ky. 78 Furman 88, Rollins 73 Georgia 12?, Whtllier 62 Gramblmg 75, Miss. Va'iev 6S JC. Smith 88. Barber-Scotia 75 James Macson 80, George Masort 66 LaSaiie 82. Alabama 80 ' Longwood 91, Si Paul's 85 Louisiana Si 104. New Orleans 71 Marsriaii 65, Morehead St 64 Md-E Shore 89 Bowie St 61 Marymount 88. Wm.Jewell 66 Mercer 90, Charleston Baptist 67 N Carolina 93, S.FIonda 62 N Carolina Cent 93, El.tatwrh City St. 90 Presbyterian 83. Limestone 63 RadfofO 85. Lincoln Memorial 69 RitAmond 132. Bueteld Coi 69 Roanoke 77. Wash & Lee 67 SanVorfl 83 Georgia Southwestern 62 ' S,Aoma 61, McNeese Si 58 - S. Carolina 79, S Carolina St 78 Town St. 64. N.Caro -Wilmington 62 Tranjeca Naiarene 94, Oglethorpe 81 Jroj 'St. 98, Berry 79 Virginia 76, Ranooioh-Macon 55 Vorhets 99, Allen 85 1 Wheeling Col 64, Fairmont St 6? William & Mary 68, Chns Newport 50 Wimrtrap 60, Newoer'v 57 v MIDWEST Alder son-BroadOus 99 Wavnesourg 90 , Benedict, 81. Morns 65 Cent. Missouri 95, Colorado Mines 77 Heidelberg B0, Rio Granoe 60 ' Illinois St. 66, W. Kentucky 55 Indiana Cent 77. Olivet 73 lows 113, Colorado Si 66 Jot Carroll 67. Witbertorce 56 Kantat St 72. Portland St 57 Lincoth, Mo 7B Fisk Tern. 60 Mfhaesoia 65. Fresno St 49 NeqratU 82, E. WasNngton 68 Narfh-Park 101, NoMr- Central 66 Northwestern 50 Normem ill 57 NiflfMjSSOuri 84, Park, Mo. 54 Norr Dame 87, Iowa St 77 Oklahoma 87. Los Angeles Lovoia 82 OrtiahrVrna City 69. Arkansas. St. 66 0al Roberts 75 Kansas 72 Purdue 03, Butter 60 Qwnc Col 66 Chicago St 50 South Hlmois 94, Vaicara so 06 Toiedo 04, Massachusetts 74 Vjnteonas 85, Wabash Vay 74 William Penn 99 Midland Lutheran 77 Wis. -LaCrosse 105, St Mary's 73 Wnghr $t. 93, CamDbeliv.iie 79 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 65, Centerary 53 Arkansas Col 66. Cent Arkansas 55 Ark-MoattceHo 66. Ouachita BaDt 63 Arkansas Tech 52 So Arkansas 40 DaHas Baot 02, Austin College 62 Henoerson 64. Harding 67 Henaru 89, Coi o the Oiarfcs 75 Howard Payne 105. St Edward's 81 N. Tenas St 66. Southwestern 65 Souftiern Methodisi 123, Texas Lutheran 90 Texas-Arlington 81. Rice 80 Trtas Tech 111, S Dakota St 75 Writ Cot 109 View 09 FAR WEST A Fore 44 Montana 43 Amion 72. San Jose St 70 A-won St 78, Houston 65 Colorado 83. E Montana 63 Denver U B6, Rochmonl College 45 Fort Lewis 78. Chaoron St 76 H& Mexico St. 73, Angeio Si 62 N Arlfona 85, S. Dakota 76 Pperne 85, Idaho St 72 Washington 00. Idano 7t Washington Si 61, Wis -Parade 46 Weoor St. 74, Midwestern 56 Notre Dame tops Cyclones Republic Sports Wires SOUTH BEND, Ind. Tracy Jackson scored 20 points Monday night, including six in a second-half surge that carried Notre Dame (fourth, both polls) to an 87-77 college basketball victory over Iowa State. Kentucky 57, lona 50 ANCHORAGE, Alaska Kentucky's Kyle Macy, the Phoenix Suns' first-round draft choice after last season, picked up the slack to lift the Wildcats (fifth AP, sixth UPI) to a 57-50 come-from-behind victory over lona in the finals of the second Great Alaska Shootout tournament early Monday morning (Arizona time). Louisiana State 104, New Orleans 78 BATON ROUGE, La. - DeWayne Scales, Rudy Macklin and reserve Willie Sims scored 20 points each as Louisiana State (fifth UPI, sixth AP) and raced to a 104-78 victory over the University of New Orleans in a non-conference game. North Carolina 93, South Florida 62 ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. Al Wood scored a career-high 34 points to lead North Carolina (eighth AP, seventh UPI) to a convincing 93-62 victory over South Florida. Purdue 83, Butler 60 WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. - Joe Barry Carroll scored 27 points as Purdue (ninth UPI, 12th AP) scored the first 16 points of the game and rolled to an 83-60 victory over Butler. Virginia 76, Randolph-Macon 55 CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. Ralph Sampson pumped in 23 points, and Garland Jefferson added 16 more as Virginia (13th, both polls) used an 11-point burst to blow past Randolph-Macon 76-55 and win its third game of the season. Oral Roberts 75, Kansas 72 TULSA, Okla. Antonio Martin hit a layup off a feed from Calvin Garrett to give Oral Roberts what proved to he the winning basket as the Titans upset Kansas (19th AP, 18th UPI), 75-72. Iowa 1 13, Colorado State 66 IOWA CITY, Iowa Seven Iowa players ripped the nets for double figures as the Hawkeyes raced past Colorado State for a 113-66 non-conference win. Arkansas 65, Centenary 53 FAYETTEVTLLE, Ark. U.S. Reed and Scott Hastings combined for 39 points to pace Arkansas (20th, UPI) to a 65-53 victory over Centenary. Washington 80, Idaho 71 SEATTLE Andra Griffin and Lorenzo Romar combined for 20 points in the second half, leading the Washington Huskies to a come-from-behind 80-71 victory over the University of Idaho. Hoosiers still first Republic Sports Wires Preseason favorite Indiana, an impressive 80-52 winner over Miami of Ohio in its opener, retained the No. 1 position in the Associated Press college basketball poll and the United Press Interna-tional Board of Coaches ratings after the first week of the basketball season. Duke's Blue Devils, who beat Kentucky earlier in the season and captured North Carolina's Big Four championship last weekend, moved up to No. 2 in both polls after a No. 3 AP ranking and a No. 6 UPI ranking. Notre Dame was tabbed fourth in both polls. The Fighting Irish were third in UPI and fifth in AP in the preseason. The first four positions were the same in both polls. AP poll llndana'?B 1-0 l.Hfl 2Duelifli 3 0 I m 30h.oS' i7) 1-0 1.0:7 4Not'eDarre(1) 1-0 907 5KentuCkyi5) 3-1 874 6 Louisiana Stale 10 866 7 UCLA 2-0 706 8 North Carolina 1-1 647 9bl Jon s. H Y. 2 0 571 lODePaui 0-0 560 11 Syracuse 1-0 559 12 Purdue 10 542 13Vrg.nl4 ?-0 5U U Lou'Sviile 1-0 475 15 Oregon State 2-0 259 16Marauetie 10 216 17 Georgetown, DC 1 0 200 18 Brigham Young M 174 19 Kansas 10 144 20 low 1-0 101 UPI poll 1 Indiana (25) 2 DuKe (21 3 Ohio State (2! 4 Noire Oame 5. Louisiana Stale 6 Kentucky 7 North, Carolina 0 UCLA 9 Purflue 0 DePaut 11 St John's 12 Syracuse 13 Virgima . 14 Oregon Stale 15 Louisville 16 (t.e)Marouette 16 M-ei Georgetown 18 It' Brtgnam Young IB (tie) Kansas 20- Arkansas 1-0 429 3-0 379 1-0 350 1-0 709 10 260 3-1 263 1- 1 197 2- 0 J97 10 146 0-0 144 20 130 10 128 2-0 100 2-0 70 10 1-0 10 1-1 10 10 U.S. near top RajfJerS hi yvui iu yyni competition Raiders 42, Saints 35 Oakland New Origans JI- 0-35 Continued from Dl FORT WORTH, Texas (UPI) Bart Conner, Kurt Thomas and James Hartung Monday maneuvered the United States men's gymnastics team into striking distance for the world championships team title -and said they earned every point they were awarded. '.'You see other scores and look at our scores and it's relative we deserve our scores," said Conner, whose, 58.75 points after six compulsory exercises was the second-best total behind Alexandre Ditiatin's 58.90. '. "Whether the scores' wefe high or low, we performed very well," said Conner, 21, of Mor-, ton,. Grove, 111., and the University of Oklahoma. "Ours were deserved." .Thomas, 23, the gold-medal winner in the floor exercises at last year's world championships and assistant men gymnastics coach at, Arizona State, trailed Conner by .05 for third place. Hartung was close' behind at 58.15. Their performances, combined with Larry Gerard, Tim La Fleur and Peter Vidmar, gave the Americans a total of 289.35 . going into Wednesday's optionals. Russia led at 293, followed by Japan at 290.60 and the United States at 289.85. The team title will be decided Wednesday night. Conner, 21, of Morton Grove, 111., was given 9.9 scores just short of the perfect 10 in the vault and horizontal bars. "They had a high-powered offense. They give up some points, but thev score a lot of points too. We jus't didn't keep the ball away from them enough." The victory kept Oakland's playoff hopes alive in the AFC West. New Orleans fell a game behind Los Angeles and needs help from the Atlanta Falcons next- week when the Rams visit the Falcons to get into the playoffs for the first time. The Saints must hope Atlanta beats Los Angeles, that they beat San Diego next week and also beat the Rams in the final game of the season to make it. O Chester 3 cais trom S'aDer iBreecn Kick) NO Gaibrea'n 2 rjrt (Veoram,an NO GaiDreairi 17 oa from Mailing lYeoremian luck) NO Wuncie 1 run IVepremian Kick) NO Chuoi 78 Dass from Wanniny (Veoremian kick) Oak Whithngion 1 run iBreecrt kick) NO-Bwwion 19 pail interception (Yeprerrvan kick) Oa van Eeghen I run 'Breecn kick! Oak Ramsey i; pass from Siawer iBreech k.ckt Oak B'ancn 66 pass trom Starrer :Breecn ktckl Oak-Branci t pass Irom S'aoier lBreecn kick) A-4S.S4I First downs Rjsnes-varos Passing varris Return yards Passes Punts f umbtes-lost Penaities-trarctt 36-142 164 26 43 2 3 40 NO It 32-148 142 96 12-23 I 5-32 2 1 9-101 INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHING Oakland yVtiitimgmn 14 6 van fcegnen 14-49 New Orleans. Muncie 21-128 GalDrealn 6 18 PASSING Oakland. Stabler 26-43-2-29S New Orleans 12 23 I1SS RECEIVING Oakland, Branch 7-126, Casper 6-53 New Orleans. Gaioream 7-106. Muncie 3-B. ASU Continued from Dl his spectacularly errant dunk attempt. "I was so open, and I wanted that basket so bad, I jumped too high," he said. "I was a little shocked when the ball went up almost to the roof. But we kept our cool and played a strong keep-away game there at the last. "They were so hot at first, it kind of worried me. But at halftime, our coaches pointed out that all Houston's points were coming from way out and all ours were from in close, and that in the long run, we should pull away. And that's exactly'the way it turned out." ASU's three big men, Lister, Williams and Kurt Nimphius, played their height advantage to the fullest and wound up with 48 of the Sun Devils' points. "I feel like we can learn something from all this," said Houston's Lewis, who wears sport coats that look like table cloths in a pizza parlor. "We'll have to play other big teams on down the road, and we just can't shy away from them like we did in some instances tonight. They wound up intimidating us." Juice Williams led the Cougars with 16 points, but 10 of those came in the first 10 minutes. "You can't live with outside shooting altogether," Lewis said. Lafayette Lever scored only two points for ASU, but Wulk praised his backcourt leadership. "Lever was a steadying influence," Wulk said. "No doubt about it. "I can't say that this game will be decisive as far as our season goes. It's just one of 26 games. But it's got to help our confidence. It was easy to see that our players were delighted with a win on the road." The defeat left Houston with a 1-1 record. The Cougars clipped Arizona, 74-72, in their opener. UofA Continued from Dl tion to have to win it like that. Maybe we took these guys lightly. I know we can play better than that." In addition to 13 points from each Smith, the Wildcats got 1 1 points and 10 rebounds from forward John Be-lobraydic, 10 points from forward Ray Donnelly, 9 points from Nehls and 8 points from forward Ron Davis. "Our production from small for ward was better tonight," said Snow-den. "Donnelly and Davis both piayed well." Williams had 19 points and 8 rebounds and Rank 16 points and 10 rebounds to lead San Jose, which evened its record at 1-1. "I thought we played well enough to win," said San Jose Coach Bill Berry, who was an assistant at nationl champion Michigan State last season. "We made some mental mistakes, and I think that's what beat us. That and turnovers-" Coach's son sparks NAU FLAGSTAFF Northern Arizona University freshman guard Joedy Gardner, playing in his first college game, came off the bench' in the second half and led the Lumberjacks to an 85-76 victory over South Dakota Monday night in the Skydonme. Gardner is the son of NAU Coach Joedy Gardner. It was the defense of the younger Gardner that brought the Lumberjacks back from a 16-point deficit, 59-43, with 13:09 to go. Gardner made a steal and scored seven of his 11 points during the comeback stretch. "Joedy made the difference," the older Gardner said. "I've got to say it even though he is my son. We had not been denying South Dakota the ball on the wings. Joedy started playing defense, and pretty soon the-others picked it up." Gardner did not play in Saturday's season opening overtime defeat to Cal State-Fullerton. NAU's defense, which allowed the Coyotes to score easily inside, was only one of its early problems. The Lumberjacks fell behind quickly by a dozen points. They shot only 35 percent in the first half while South Dakota hit 57 percent of its shots. Then when the game was on the line, young Gardner went to work on Coyote point guard Barry Glanzer. Glanzer keyed the offense with his nine assists, but Gardner cut him off at the point, forced two turnovers and twice tied up Glanzer. "Someone on the bench pointed out to me that he was always going to his right side," young Gardner said. "I cut him off from the right, then Larry (Johnson) got him from the left." Johnson scored a career-high 24 points and had six assists. Mark Stevens and Wayne Wharton scored 19 and 16 points respectively. Stevens had a career-high 16 rebounds. NAU plays again Thursday night in the Skydome against Doane (N'eb.) College, with tipoff slated for 7:30 It's official: UofA accepts Fiesta bid By Dennis Swibold Republic Staff TUCSON It's official. The University of Arizona has accepted a bid to Fiesta Bowl 9. UA and Fiesta Bowl officials made the announcement Monday at a news conference in the Arizona Stadium clubhouse. The Wildcats (6-4-1) will meet Pittsburgh (10-1) in Tempe on Christmas Day. Fiesta Bowl president Don Dupont announced that if the bowl is not sold out within 72 hours, the nationally televised game will be blacked out in Phoenix and Tucson. Fiesta Bowl officials expect more than 60,000 fans to watch the game in 70,31 1-seat Sun Devil Stadium. UA Coach Tony Mason said that next to a trip to the Rose Bowl, "The Fiesta Bowl is the best bowl in the country. This has done wonders for our exposure, and the team is just delighted with it." NBC sportscaster Bryant Gumbel said Sunday that the Fiesta Bowl could have used more imagination in picking an opponent for Pitt. "Well, we're in it," Mason said. "I think it would have been unfair if a team on probation (Auburn) had beat Alabama and kept us out of the Fiesta Bowl. It would have let another team with a worse record than ours in the Sugar Bowl. Tell the network to check that out." UPI All-America team. Baseball p.m. COYOTES Mn FG FT Rb At PF SI Tr ft Glanzer 19 5-9 5-6 4 9 4 4 2 15 Slatonch 23 5-9 0-0 1 4 2 0 2 10 Nannen 39 8-20 1-3 5 1 3 1 4 17 Mabins 1 0-0 2-2 2 0 1 1 0 2 Wright 26 1-3 0-0 2 4 3 1 5 2 HuH 25 7-10 0-0 1 1 5 1 0 14 Quick 37 7-11 0-1 10 0 4 0 4 2 Bunn II 1-1 0-0 4 0 0 0 4 2 Totals 34-63 1-12 33 19 22 t 22 76 AXERS Wharton 30 (-15 0-0 0 1 3 1 0 16 Stevens 37 7-16 5-7 16 3 2 3 4 19 Bond 18 1-6 0-0 3 1 0 0 1 2 Johnson 34 8-10 8-8 2 6 2 2 2 24 Young 24 1-5 1-2 8 2 0 0 3 3 Rodriauez 9 0-1 J-2 0 1 1 0 2 2 Gardner 22 3-5 5-6 3 4 3 1 3 II Murdock 19 4-10 0-2 6 4 I 0 4 8 Plotts 7 0-4 0-0 2 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 32-72 21-27 44 22 13 7 17 85 South Dakota 4S 31 - 76 Northern Arizona 37 44 - IS FG porcentaot-Sourh Dakota .540. NAU .440. FT percontacje-Sojth Dakota 667, NAU .770. Blocked shots-Wharlon, Bond, Murdock. Tectyttcals none Officials Bob Korle and Steve Chambers. AtttfHlanct-5.185. Orioles talk to KC about Palmer deal Republic Sports Wires The Baltimore Orioles have entered Jim Palmer's name into preliminary trade talks with the Kansas City Royals at the winter baseball meetings in Toronto, it was learned Monday. The Royals reportedly have offered outfielder Al Cowens and a pitcher, believed to be lefthander Paul Splittorff, for Palmer. It is believed that several other clubs, including Philadelphia and the New York Yankees, will also make a pitch for Palmer. A spokesman for the Phillies said that right fielder Bake McBride and possibly even Greg Luzinski would be available- for Palmer. SULARZ DRAFTED - Guy Sularz, who played last year with the Phoenix Giants of the Pacific Coast League, was drafted in the minor-league draft at the Toronto meetings. Nine players, including Baltimore's Andre Mora selected by Cleveland were selected at a cost of $25,000 apiece. NAHORODNY TRADED - The Chicago White Sox traded catcher Bill Nahorodny to the Atlanta Braves for minor-league pitcher Rick Wieters. EXPOS SIGN NORMAN - The Montreal Expos announced the signing of Fred Norman, a free-agent pitcher who played out his option with the Cincinnati Reds and went into the re-entry draft. TIGERS GET SCHAFER - Randy Schafer, a 25-year-old catcher, was acquired by the Detroit Tigers with an undisclosed amount of cash from Montreal to complete the deal that sent Rusty Staub to the Expos in July. Namt.sdMft Pos. ken Marwrum, Slan WR Junior Miller, Neb TE Greg Kolenoa, Ark Tim Foley, ND Brag Budde. (JSC Ken Friti, OhioSt Jim Rilcher. NCSI Ware Wihon. BVU Billy Sims. Ola Charles While, use Vagas Ferguson, NO Dale caslro, Md. Hugh Green, Pitt E Jim SlucKev, Clem E Bruce Clark. PenSt T Steve McMichael, Tex T Ron Simmons. FlaSI MG George Cumhv. Okla LB R Simpkins, Mich LB Dennis Johnson, USC LB J. 3ohnson, Texas DB Roland James, Tenn OB Ken Easley, UCLA DB Jim Miller, Mils P Offense Ht. wt. t-1 17S o-4 m 6-1 lit 6-5 Jti t i 7S3 6-3 331 6-3 74S 6 5 204 6 0 MS 6 0 18S 6-1 194 6-1 170 Defense 6-2 224 6 5 241 6 3 25S 6-2 255 6-1 23S 6-0 203 6-lv 220 6-4 230 6-1 1 6-2 182 6 3 204 5-11 113 Jr. Fountain Valley, Calil. Midland. Texas Kansas City, Kan. Cincinnati Kansas City, Mo. Ironlon, Ohio Hinckley, Ohio Seaille Hooks, Texas San Fernando, Calif. Richmond, Ind. Shady Side, Md. Nalchei, Miss. Cavce, SC. State College, Pa. Freer. Texas Warner Robins. &a. Gorman, Texas Detroit Flint, Mich. LaGrange, Texas Jamestown, Ohio Chesaoeake, Va. Riolev, Miss. Secend Team Offense WR Jackie Flowers, Florida SI. TE Mark Brammer, Michigan St, T Jim Bunch, Alabama . T Ray Snell, Wisconsin G Pete Inge, San Diego St. G George Stewart, Arkansas C Dwighl Stephenson, Alabama QB Art Schlichler, Ohio St. RB James Hadnot. Texas Tech RB Dennis Moslev, Iowa RB George Rogers, South Carolina PK Ish Ordonei, Arkansas E John Adams, LSU E Jacob Green, Texas A&M T Doug Martin, Washington T Curlis Greer, Michigan MG Kerry Weinmasler, Nebraska LB Lance Mehl, Penn St. LB Mike Singletary, Bavlor LB Otis Wilson, Louisville DB Darrol Ray, Oklahoma DB Mark Havnes, Colorado DB Mike Guess, Ohio St. P Mike Smith, Wyoming Honorable mentton OffMM Wide receiver Jones, Texas, Monk, Svracuse. Beasiev, Aooaiacrttan St.; Baumgardner, Wake Forest, Collingsworth, Florida. Tignt end none. Tackles Srock, Color ado, Jones, Houston. Guards Arbemik, Mtcriigan; Havekosl, Nebraska; Brock, Alaoama. Center Tabor, Ciahorn. Quarterbacks Schonert, Stanford; Campbell, California; Herrmann, Purdue, Broomed, Tempe. Running backs Redwirte, Nebraska, McNeil, UCLA; Brooks, Auburn. Place-kickers Goodson, Texas; Naber, Stanford. Defense Ends Junior, Alabama, Crosov, Ariiona, Jones, Utah St. Tackles Miiten, Penn SI.; Taylor, Houston. Mddie guards none. Linebackers Puki. Tennessee; Laughlin, Ohio St. Deep backs Skirtings, Ohio St ; Hatchet I, Texas. Punters Brown, Brtgham Young, Sims, Clemson; Stachow-fci, Michigan St. Sporting News Coack: Joan Mackovk, Wake Forest. Offense Plaver position school CnanesWhtte RB USC BiilvSims RB Oklahoma Arf Schlichler OB Ohio St. Johnnv Jones WR Texas Ken Margerum WR Stanford Junior Miller TE NeDraka TimFoiev T Noire Dame Stan Brock T Colorado Brad Budde G USC Rav Snefl G Wisconsin jimRichter c NC. Stale Defense Jim Stuchev DE Clemson Hugh Green DE Pittsburgh Ruion Jones DT Ulan St. Bruce Clark DT Penn SI Otis Wilson LB Louisville .GeorgeCumbv LB Oklahoma. Dennis Jonnson LB USC Roland James CB Tennesssee Don McNeal CB Alabama Jonnme Johnson S Texas Kennv Easlev S UCLA Kickers John Miller P Mississippi Dale Caslro PK Maryland Grand Canyon, still perfect, faces Western New Mexico Grand Canyon College's Antelopes take a 3-0 record against Western New Mexico College at Silver City, N.M., tonight in what Coach Ben Lindsey tabs "our toughest test yet." High-scoring Western New Mexico is 1-1 after beating Santa Ke College, 110-85, and losing to Panhandle State, 98-92. Western returns the same lineup that won the Rocky Mountain Athletic Conference title last season. Though a three-time winner, Lind-sey isn't happy with the Antelopes' performance. "We obviously have a lot of smoothing out to do to get where we want to be," he said. "We're too erratic." OPffN SUNDAYS . 1 nam tin ppm CHRlMMAS 6lfT CEStTliriCATC-! OPEN DAILY : iam -nil bpm SALE RUMS NOW "THRU CHfelSTIAAS1. GOLF i GOLF SHOES ADIDAS K. LEATHER 5 J19'5 iwHUSH KG. J1C95 puppies s? 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