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FINAL O 0 The Arizona Republic Tuesday, February 21, 1981 C4 NBA College basketball i ; Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. CB Boston 42 1? .778 . Philadelphia 34 19 .44? T , . New York 33 JO .423 Va New Jersey 26 29 .473 16' . Washington 25 29 463 17 Central Division Milwaukee 32 21 .58? ' Detroit 30 22 .577 I Atlanta 28 27 .509 4 ' Chicago 21 30 .412 V ' Cleveland 20 32 .385 10'i Indiana 14 37 .302 IS WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah 32 22 .593 - Dallas 29 26 .527 3' San Antonio 25 31 .446 I Kansas City 23 30 .434 6" Denver 22 33 .400 lO'i ' Houston 21 33 .389 11 " Pacific Division - Los Angeles 34 II .654 - Portland 37 23 .582 3'j ' Seattle 28 24 .538 6 Phoenix 24 30 .444 II ' Golden State 24 31 .436 IV ' San Diego 17 37 .315 18 "'" SUNDAY'S RESULTS " Philadelphia 101, New York 97 " Detroit 142. San Antonio 140. ""OT " ' Seattle 132, Denver 120 ' ' Indiana 106, Utah 104 Milwaukee 113, Chicago 103 ""' Boston 107, Portland 101 ""- MONDAY'S GAMES " ' ' No games scheduled TUESDAY'S GAMES Philadelphia at New Jersey, - S:35p.m. Portland at New York, 5:35 p.m. ' Cleveland at Atlanla, 5:40 p.m. Phoenix at San Antonio, 6 30 ' ' p.m. - Detroit at Kansas City, 6:35 p.m. Utah at Chicago, 6.35 P.m. Milwaukee al Houston, 4:40 "pm. - Seattle at Los Angeles, 130 p.m. Denver al Golden Stale, 1:35 '.p.m. '. Continental Association EASTERN DtVIStON W L OW PIS . Puerto Rico 22 14 78Vi 144'a ... Albany 22 16 77 143 Bay State 19 14 74 a 131' Lancaster 14 18 47 115 . Sarasota 13 22 46V 105' Toronto 14 21 61' 103' WESTERN DIVISION Wisconsin 23 10 IIW ISO' 5 Wyoming 19 16 73 '4 I30" Louisville 18 17 tt'i 1??' Detroit 17 15 44 115 Ohio 16 II 47 115 Albuquerque 9 25 57' 2 79 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Ohio 173. Louisville 117 Detroit 122, Albuquerque 119 Lancaster 115, Bay Slate 10? Puerto Rico 130, Toronto 122 Wyoming 101, Wisconsin 90 MONDAY'S RESULTS Toronto 132, Puerto Rico 120 Soccer MISL EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet. GB Cleveland 19 8 .704 Baltimore 20 11 .645 1 Pittsburgh II 10 .443 I'i New York 13 17 .433 7Vj Memphis 10 17 .370 4 Bullals 9 18 .333 10 WESTERN DIVISION Kansas City 14 11 .593 -St. Louis 17 12 .586 -Wichita 14 14 .500 T'2 Phoenix 12 14 .462 3J Los Angeles 12 17 .414 S Tacoma 9 71 .300 t' SUNDAY'S RESULTS Phoenix 6, Buffalo 3 Baltimore 4, Memphis 3 Pittsburgh 3, St Louis 2, OT Kansas City 5, New York 2 Los Angeles 3, Tacoma 2. OT MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S GAMES No games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Pittsburgh at New York. 6:05 p.m. Buffalo at Tacoma, 8.35 p.m. NASL Indoor STANDINGS W L Pel. GB Golden Bay 14 S .436 Chicago 15 9 .675 -San Diego 1? ( .400 1 Cosmos 13 10 .565 1" Tulsa 10 15 .400 Si Vancouver 8 13 .381 5 i Tampa Bay 7 16 .304 7v SUNDAY'S RESULTS San Diego 10, Cosmos 8 Vancouver 9, Tulsa 7 MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S GAMES No games scheduled WEDNESDAY'S GAME Tampa Bay al Vancouver, 1:30 p.m. Sports menu TUESDAY PRO BASKETBALL - Phoenix at San Antonio. COLLEGE BASEBALL -Texas-El Paso at Ariiona, 2 P COLLEGE TENNIS - Men: U.S. International at Grand Canyon, 2:30 p.m. JUCO BASEBALL Ariiona State JV at South Mountain Community, 3:30 p.m. DOG RACING Phoenix Greyhound Park, 7 JO p.m. Men's scores WEST Cal-lrvlne 97, Pacific, Calif. 44 Denver 51, Santa Ft 49 Great Falls 75, Montana Tech 74, OT NW Natarene 83, E . Oregon 74 New Mexico 49, Air Force 48 S. Oregon 62. Pacilic, Ore., S7 SOUTHWEST Abilene Christian 97, Texas AM 75 Alabama St. 88, Prairie View 70 Arkansas Coll. 44, Cent. Arkansas 49 Arkansas Tech 75, Harding 73 Coll. ot the Oiarks 43, Ouachita Baptist 60 Henderson SI. $9, Ark.-Monli-cello 55 Lubbock Christian 69, E. New Mexico 65 Midwestern 17, Oklahoma Christian 77 Sam Houston SI. 77, Howard Southern Arkansas 76, Hen- drlx72,20T Texas-El Paso 62, Colorado SI 55 Texas Lutheran 60, E. Texas Baptist 54 Texas-San Antonio 76, Her- din-Simmons 43 MIDWEST Chicago St. 102, Marycresl 93 Cleveland SI. 85, Wis.-Green Bay 48 E. Illinois 10, Ind-Pur-lndian-apolis 56 Evansville 61, Detroit 59 Franklin 109. St.Joseph, Ind 98 Kansas Newman 100, Mid-Am Naiarene 87 Loyola, III. 75, St. Louis 64 Mich -Dearborn 98, Mary-grove 79 Marymount 1 13, Bethany 17 Maryville, Mo. 77, Greenville, 111.61 Millikin 4?, Blackburn 61 Missouri Western 70, Benedictine 63 Northern Michigan 15, Wis.-Parkslde 77 Oral Roberts 105, Butler 100 School of the Ozarks 74, Baptist Bible 62 S.F. Austin 75, E. Texas St. 72 Spring Arbor 71, Albion 67 SW Missouri St. 55, Western Illinois 52 Weslmar 73, Northwestern, Iowa 67 Xevler, Ohio 48, Oklahoma City 59 SOUTH Alabama 74, Mississippi 45 Appalachian St. 69, E. Tenne-see 44 Armstrong SI. 92, Georgia Coll. Baptist, SC. 16, Augusta 69 Belmonl-Abbey 40, Catawba 58 Carson-Newman 59, Sewanee 45 Cent. Florida 81, Rollins 67 Columbus 7 1, Georgia-SW 48 Delta SI. 90. N. Alabama 80 NHL Standings WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPtsGF GA NY Isles 37 22 3 76 744 215 Washington 35 22 4 74 235 183 NY Rangrs 33 20 I 74 243 228 Philadelphia 37 18 9 73 254 211 Pittsburgh 13 47 S 31 189 278 New Jersey 13 43 S 31 I7S 354 Adams Division Buffalo 39 14 4 44 250 199 Boston 34 20 4 75 262 201 Quebec 32 2? 4 70 274 210 Montreal 28 28 S 41 733 224 Hartford JO 32 I 48 220 249 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Minnesota 30 26 5 65 767 248 St. Louis 23 32 6 54 218 245 Chicago 33 3? 7 53 711 234 Detroit 7? 3? 7 51 27' 754 Toronto 21 34 4 48 228 295 Smythe Division Edmonton 42 14 5 89 339 25? Calgary 25 22 12 4? 230 240 Vancouver 23 33 4 5? 239 755 Winnipeg 21 27 10 52 251 278 Los Angeles 19 30 12 50 254 277 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Chicago 4, St. Louis 5 N Y. Islanders S, New Jersey 4,OT Buffalo S, Hartford 2 Detroit 4, Toronto 2 Philadelphia 3, NY. Rangers 3, OT Edmonton 7, Pittsburgh 3 Winnipeg 4, Washington 3, OT Vancouver 5, Calgary 2 MONDAY'S RESULTS Los Angeles 3, Minnesota 2 TUESDAY'S GAMES Buffalo at Philadelphia, 535 p.m. Montreal at Quebec, 5:35 p m Edmonlon at St. Louis, 4:35 p.m. Toronto al Calgary, 7:35 p.m. Boston at Vancouver, 9:05 p.m. KINGS 1, NORTH STAR 3 Los Angeles Minnesota 3 4 1-3 0 3 0-3 First period 1. Los Angeles, Taylor 12 (Smith, Simmer), 9:21. 2. Los Angeles, MacLellan 22 (Nicholls, Wells), 10.14. Penalties Min, Plell 2:04. LA. Taylor, 12:73 LA, MacLellan, 17:40. First period 3. Minnesota, Ashton, 7 (Plell, Levie), 1:19. 4. Minnesota, Bellows 35 (Broten, Lindgren) 5:28 (sh). Penalties Min, Roberts, 4:36. LA, Anderson (maior-minor), 16:43. Min, Acton, 16:43. Third period S. Los Angeles, Taylor 13 (Smith, Engblom), 14:18 Penalties none. Shots en goal Los Angeles 1S-9-7 31 on Beaupre. Minnesota 1 1-1 1-9 31 on Baron. A 11,76 Transactions BASEBALL National League HOUSTON ASTROS Signed third baseman Enos Cabell to a two-year contract. LOS ANGELES DODGERS Signed third baseman Pedro Guerrero to a live-year contract. MONTREAL EXPOS Signed pitcher Gary Lucas to a three-year contract and won arbitration case with third baseman Tim Wallach. PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Signed second baseman Juan Samuel, pitchers Charles Hudson, Don Carman, Tony Ghelli and Jay Tibbs and rookie Inlielder Steve Jell! lo one-year contracts. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association DALLAS MAVERICKS Signed guard Roger Phegtev lo a 10-day contract. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS Signed forward Charles Jones to a second 10-dav contract. FOOTBALL United States Football League ARIZONA WRANGLERS Signed cornerbaek Lupe Sanchei to a three-year contract; reacquired defensive tackle Mark Buben from Philadelphia tor two undisclosed future draft picks. Cut linebacker Dan Lloyd, cornerbackt Dennis Bishop, Robert Dillon and Donnie Johnson, wide receiver Allondia Hill, running back Theodore Sutton, kicker Kevin Seibel and defensive tackle Monlrandy Taylor. Placed cornerbaek Carl Allen, oflensive lineman Robert Barnes, offensive tackle Nick Eyre, offensive guard Mark Stevenson, light end Tim Wrighlman, and running back Anthony Edgar on iniured reserve. CHICAGO BLITZ Cut safety Mike Spivey. placeklcker David Belts, fullback Darryl Clark, cornerbaek Eddie Ray Walker, center-offensive guard Mike Weston and defensive lackle Larry White. DENVER GOLD Cut linebackers Orlando Flanagan and Dan Niederhofer, guard Ron Hausauer, wide receiver Victor James, tight end Mike Hirn, running back Thomas Lott and nose tackle Laval Short. Placed running back Robert Johnson on iniured reserve. HOUSTON GAMBLERS Cut wide receivers James Davis and Jerry Gordon, running back Calvin France, nose guard Junior Filiege, punter Ken Hartley, quarterback Darrel Jackson, center Steve Jacson, linebacker Mer Krakau and defensive end Ray Robinson. JACKSONVILLE BULLS - Released tight tnds Bo Dennis and Steve Harper, kicker Brian Franco, safely Aaron Mitchell, center Jay Pennlson, linebacker Wilbur Phillips, offensive lineman Joe Robinson, running back John Sklbinskl and defensive end Ted Vincent. Placed defensive back Terry Porter on iniured reserve. Placed quarterback Buck Belue, defensive back Charlie Dean, offensive lineman Warren Gray, defensive end Marvin Dyetl, linebacker John McLean and running back Sam Piatt on the developmental list. NEW JERSEY GENERALS Traded linebacker Steve Doolillle lo New Orleans for a 1985 draft pick. NEW ORLEANS BREAKERS Cut center Brad Johnson, ouard Pete Speros. punter Vince Manalla, offensive lineman Frank Roberts, safely Gay lord Paul and defensive end Mike Ptrko. Placed quarterback Jeff Quinn, running back Anthony Steels, tight end Chris Combs, wide receiver Marion Brown, offensive lineman Rex Burnlngham, linebackers John Andreol! and Steve Doolillle, delensive linemen Jefl Merell and Clint Wemel and delensive back Garrett Chase on the developmental roster. OAKLAND INVADERS Traded offensive tackle Kurt Jonker lo Memphis for an undisclosed draft choice; waived quarterback Mike Livingston, safely Fred Williams, safely Benny Barnes, linebacker Dale Barlhel defensive end Byron Smith, wide receiver Aaron Williams, light end Tom Meher and delensive end Carl Sullivan. OKLAHOMA OUTLAWS Cut offensive guard Sam Adams, punter Rick Engles, wide receiver Mike Calerbone, fullback Rick Moser, kicker Ish Ordonei, tackle Andre Hines and receivers Ron Ingram and Lonnie Kennell. Traded defensive end Joe Gary to the Birmingham Stallions for future drall choice. PITTSBURGH MAULERS Cut kicker Dave Jacobs, tafelies Tim Agee and Derrick Goddard, guards Bobby Hopkins and Gary Smith, linebacker Dave Skutalk, wide receiver Willie Svdnor and center Art Christophe. Placed running back Amos Lawrence and offensive guard Scott Burris on the Iniured reserve list. WASHINGTON FEDERALS Cut defensive backs Greg Butler and Mike Hurst, running back James Mavberry, linebacker Jell Mclnlvre, wide receiver Stan Rome, linebackers Bruce Herron and Joe Wilklns, running backs Prince McCord and Jamie Pope and kicker Greg Porler. HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL Suspended Delroil Red Wings left wing Joe Peterson for two games after his fourth game misconduct pena'ty this season. WINNIPEG JETS Added goaitender Marc Behrend to the rosier. Elon 17, Lenolr-Rhyne 71 Florida 70, Georgia 44 Florida St. 52, Tulane 51 Florida Southern 49, Tampa 48 Georgia Tech 70, Md -Eastern Shore 61 Longwood 43, Atlantic Christian 54 Louisiana St. 15, Mississippi St. 70 Louisville 90. Wright St. 49 Mary Washington 10, Bowie SI. 74 Memphis St. 69, S. Mississippi 47, OT Mississippi Coll. 14, Tenn.-Martin 74 Mississippi Vat. 57, Arkansas St. 52 Morris Brown 103, Morehouse 7 New 46, E. Caroline 55 N. Carolina A&T 17, Belhune- Cookman 79 N.C.-Wilmlngton 45, Campbell Si NE Louisiana 40, SE Louisiana SS Navy 46, E.Carolina 56 Newberry 93. Vorhees 90 Nicholls St. 48, Jackson St. 44 Pembroke St. SI, Wingate 45 Randolph-Macon 72, American 44 SC. -Spartanburg 72, Winthrop 43 S. Carolina St. 65, Florida AM 44 S. Florida SI, Ala. -Birmingham 57 St. Leo 71, Florida Inst. of. Tech 72 SW Louisiana 78, Wichita St. 61 Savannah St. 15, Alabama A8.M62 Shepherd 97, Fairmont 15 Southern U. 19, Texas Southern 75 Tennessee 57, Auburn 54 Tn.-Chatlanooga 63, Davidson 40 VMI44. The Citadel 42 Valdosta SI. 13, Livingston 17 Villanova. Miami 69, Eckerd 65 W. Carolina 48, Furman 15, 20T W. Virginia 48, Virginia Tech 47 William Carey 48. Belhaven 47 EAST BentlevI.SaiemSt.73 Bloomlield St. 40, Misericordia 70 Bowdoin 97. MIT 78 Bridgewater St. 82, N. Adams St. 74 Brockporl St. 75, Ithaca 49 Cent. Connecticut 113, New Haven 103 Connecticut 42, Providence 59 Drew 60, New Jersey Tech 56 Edinboro St. 73, LaRoche 70 Fremingham St. 43, Suffolk 67 FredoniaSt. 71, Alfred 69 George Mason 72, Howard 64 Glassboro SI. 76, Stockton St. 70 Hartford 78. Trinity 63 Houghton 42, U. of Buffalo 41, OT Howard 56, Brooklyn 49 Kutilown St. 10, Md.-Balt. County 43 Lowell 12, Merrimack 77 Manhattan 47,Lafavetle 45 Mansfield SI,Elm!raS6 Old Westbury 98. Purchase 67 Phila. Pharmacy 42, Eastern S6 Phila. Textile 1)4, Lock Haven 18 Pitt-Johnstown 62, Indiana, Pa S3 Polsdam St. 94, Ulica Tech I? Roger Williams 71, Barringlon 43 St. Bonaventure 75, Boston U. 40 St. Thomas Aquinas 99, Ml. St. Mary's 54 St. Vincent 71, Juniata 65 Stevens Tech 10, Yeshlva 67 Stony Brook 84, New Patti 71 Towson St. 62, Delaware 61 Upsala 67, NYU 53 Ulica 55, LeMoyne 50 Wavnesburg 79, Frostburg SI. 69 Wesltieid St. 54, W. Connecticut 47 Worcester Tech 90, Brandels 16, OT TEXAS-EL PASO, 62-55 COLORADO STATE - Dudley 1-8 0-0 2. Benn 6-9 0 0 12, Johannson 3-8 3-3 9, Gray 3-5 0-0 6, Mann 4-8 0-1 1, Strong 7-12 0 0 14. Prins 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 26-54 3-4 55. TEXAS-EL PASO - Goodwin 5-10 3-4 13, Lockharl 1-3 3-4 5, Hamilton 1-4 6-1 1, Reynolds 6-10 5 8 17, Feitl 1-2 2-2 4, Gates 0-3 0-0 0, Smith 4-7 1-1 9, Bailey 0-0 0-0 0, Cunningham 0-1 O-O 0, Allen 1-24-46. Totals 19-4124-31 42. Halflime Texas-El Paso 77, Colorado SI. 24. Fouled out Gray. Rebounds Colorado St. 25 (Strong I), UTEP 32 (Smith, Lockharl, Hamilton, Feitl 4). Assists Colorado St. 11 (Dud-lev 4). UTEP II (Lockharl 4). Total fouls Colorado SI. 34, UTEP 13. A 12,222. MEMPHIS STATE, 49-47 MEMPHIS STATE Turner 3- 9 0-0 6, McCoy 1-2 0-0 2, Lee 10- 19 7-7 27, Haynes 6-14 4-4 16, Holmes 1-5 0-0 2, Bush 0-0 0-0 0, Beclon 5-14 0-0 10, Bedford 3-4 0-24 Totals 29-69 11-13 69 S. MISSISSIPPI Green 10-17 2 3 22, Siler 4 4 2-4 10, Sullies 2-I 3-4 7, Williams 5-12 0-3 10. Tista 2-3 0-0 4, Simmons 0-1 0-0 0, Pope 5-1 4-4 14. Totals 21-53 11- 18 47. Haiftime S. Mississippi 39, Memphis SI. 38. Fouled out Pope. Rebounds Memphis SI. 37 (Lee IS), S.Mississippi 32 (Green, Williams 6 each). Assists Memphis St. 19 (Turner 10), S. Mississippi 12 (Sullies S). Total fouls Memphis St. 16, S. Mississippi 16. Technicals none. A -4,915. TENNESSEE S7, AUBURN S4 TENNESSEE - Woods 3-4 0- I 4, Burton 1-2 3-2 4, Federmen 5-15 0-2 10. While 3-4 0-0 4, Jenkins 3-1 0-0 4. Beaman 3-2 0-0 4, Jones 4-4 1-1 13. Carter 0-0 0-0 0, Naler 4-9 2-2 10. McDonald 0-00-0 0. Totals 26-54 5-f 57. AUBURN - Person 5-10 0-3 10. Turner 5-11 3-3 13, Berkley 4- 7 3-3 10. White 3-6 4-4 10. Ford 2- 4 3-S 7, Daniels 0-0 6-0 0. Strickland 3-2 0-0 4. Cahill 0-0 0- 00. Totals 21-42 12-18 S4. Halflime Tennessee 74, Auburn 33. Fouled out none. Total fouls Tennessee 31, Auburn 14. Rebounds Tennessee 37 (Federmen, Jones S), Auburn 30 (Turner 7). Assists Tennessee 9 (White 3), Auburn II (White 4). Technical - none. A-7,130. , . FLORIDA 70, GEORGIA 44 GEORGIA - Banks 5-9 1-111. Ward 5-13 1-1 II.Corhen2-S 1-2 S, Crosby 5-150-0 10. Fleming I-14 3-3 19. Kessler 0-0 0-0 0. McMillan 3-4 0-0 4, Hartry 1-3 0-0 2. Howard 0-00-8 0, Relney 0-0 0-90 Total J-79-47 6-7 44 FLORIDA - Oelancy 4-7 0-0 1, Williams S-9 3-4 13. McDowell 4-7 3-0 II. Molen 5-11 4-4 14, Greshem 3-1 7-7 13. Leagh 1-i 3- S 4, Lawrence 3-S 1-2 7. Totals 25-54 70-34 70. Halflime Florida 37. Geor- ria 16. Fouled out Corhen, leming. Rebounds Georgia 34 (McMillan and Ward each I), Florida 37 (McDowell 10). Assists Georgia II (Crosby 4), Florida 12 (McDowell 7). Total fouls Georgia 27, Florida 14. Technicals none. A 4,345. Tennis National Seniors Indoor Sunday's (nets at Salt Lake Oty MEN 45 YEAR-OLD SINGLES -Les Dodson, Kalamaioo. Mich., del Bill Franlt, Orange, Calif., 4-1, 4-1. SO SINGLES - King VanNoslrand, Brlghlwater, N Y., del. Jerry DeWitls, Los Angeles, 4-4, f-4 (7-5), 4-3. SS SINGLES Hugh Stewart, Carlsbad, Calif., del. Jason Morton, Tyler, Texas, 7-4, 7-S, 4-1. WOMEN 40 SINGLES - Charleen Mltle-brand, San Pedro, Calif., def. Suella Bowden, LaJolla, Calif.. 4-3, 4-4. 4 3 SO SINGLES - Julie Havward, Newport Beach, Calif., def. Jane Croftord. Nashville. Tenn., 7-4 (11-9), 1-4, 7-4 (7-3). 40 SINGLES - Dorothy Cheney, Sanla Monica, Calif., def. Sheila Evans, Indianapolis, 4-3, 3-4, 7-S. 45 DOUBLES -Bob Duesler, Newport Beach, Celif.-Jim Nelson, Corona Del Mar, Calif., def. Franli-VanNot-lrand,4-4,4-2 MEN SO DOUBLES Seth Peter-.ton, Alameda, Calll. -Whitney Reed, San Francisco, def. Rupert Rickten-Hugtt Dltiler, Berkeley, Calif., 7-4 (7-4). 7-S. 55 Doubles Ed Kauder, Beverly Hills, Callf.-Klne Lambert, Santa Ana, Calif., del. Clint Ar buckle, Maraia, Calif.-AI Martin, San Francisco, 4-1. 4-7 WOMEN 40 DOUBLES Havward-Ellen Bryant, Corona Del Mar, Calif., def. Bowden-Dorolhy Matthiessen, Pasadena, Calif., 4-3, 4-4, 7-S 50 DOUBLES Crolford-Charlene Grafton, Pen-sacola, Fla., del. Kathy Henry, Hinsdale, III. -Georgia Turner, El Ceion, Calif., 7-S, 4-4. 40 DOUBLES Cheney-Betty Brink, Mill Va'iey, Calif., def. Evens-Merge Mahonev. Bedford, N.Y 7-4 (7-S), 4-1. On deck e ii i Pro basketball AN ANTONiq Phoenix vs. San Antonio p m By ' Norm Frauenheim Tim 6:35 p.m. Sit HemisFoir Arena, Son Antonio. Latest lint Son Antonio by 616 . Notes The Suns have dominated the Spurs thus (or. Phoenix is 3-0 in the five-game series, ond the victories hove been by big margins. One of the Suns' live rood victories happened at HemisFoir Arena on Dec. 4. ... The Suns snopped their ttreok of 14 successive road losses Saturday night with a victory over Houston. The Suns' overall road record ogainst the Spurs is 7-9. . . . like the Suns, the Spurs have had a difficult season. Lost year's Midwest Division champions are six games under .500 ond eight games behind division leader Utah. During the last two weeks, the Spurs have been more successful on the rood than they have been ot home. They won five straight on the rood before returning home Sundoy and foiling to Detroit in overtime for their fourth successive home loss, the most sine 1979-80. ... Suns coach John MacLeod indicoted that rookie Rod Foster will continue to start at guard instead of Kyle Mocy. MacLeod said he was happy with Mocy's ploy in the bst two games. ... A key matchup tonight could be between Foster and Spurs guord John Lucas, who was playing in the Continental Basketball Association when he signed in December. Lucas, whose NBA career has been plagued by a series of drug-related problems, continues to start despite the return of Johnny Moore. The Suns also will have to stop forward Mike Mitchell, who hod o career-high 47 points Sunday. . . . Tonight is the fifth of six rood games for the Suns. The sixth game is Thursday night at Kansas City. They return Friday night to Veterans Memorial Coliseum against the Denver Nuggets. Injuries Phoenix: Forward-center Rick ftobey (flu) and forword Mourice Lucas (strained right coif) probable, ond guard forword Alvin Scott (groin) questionable. San Antonio: Center Artis Gilmore (thumb, groin) ond Moore (index finger) probable. Probable starters PHOENIX (24-30) PPG Pos PPG Larry Nance (4-10) 17.8 F 20.5 Maurice Lucas (6-9) 163 F 6.0 James Edwards (7-1) 13.7 C 16.4 Waller Davis (6-4) 20.1 G 27.S Rod Foster (4-1) 7.1 G 11.0 SAN ANTONIO (25-31) Mike Mitchell (4-7) Fred Roberts (4-10) Artis Gllmore (7-7) George Gervln (4-1) John Luces (6-1) College basketball standings Pac-10 Conference Al Garnet W L Pet. CB W L Pet. Washington 11 2 JM4 II S .743 Oregon State II 2 .144 - 18 S .783 Oregon 9 4 .692 2 14 9 .409 UCLA 7 S .53 3' 14 I .434 Stanford 7 i .538 4 18 ( .493 California 4 8 .333 6' i II 11 .500, Ariiona State 4 I J33 4'1 9 13 .409 Southern Celif. 4 9 .308 7 9 17 Mi Ariiona 3 I .273 7 4 IS .244 Washington State 2 10 .167 8Vi I 14 J64 Big Sky Conference Conference Overt! W L Pet. W L Pet. Weber St. I 2 .800 17 4 .739 Montana I 3 .727 30 4 JJ33 Montana St. 4 S .545 17 17 .500 Boise St. S S .500 14 4 .404 Idaho St. 4 4 .400 10 17 370 No. Ariiona 4 7 J44 II 11 .471 Nev.-Reno 4 7 344 II 13 .451 Idaho 3 7 JOO 8 IS 348 Atlantic Coast Conference N. Carolina Duke W. Forest Maryland Ga.Tech N. Caro. St. Virginia Clemson Conference W II Overal L Pel. W L Pet. 0 1.000 73 1 .951 4 .600 71 5 .545 14 5 .500 16 6 .455 16 .400 19 5 S 7 7 8 7 .300 14 9 9 .1)7 12 II .808 .783 .696 .696 .704 .409 .52? Atlantic 10 Conference w Temple 14 St. Joseph's II G. Washngln 8 W. Virginia 7 St. Bonvnlre 6 Massachstts 4 Duquesne 4 Rutgers S Rhode Islnd S Penn St. 3 Conference L Pet. 0 1.000 3 .714 .571 .500 .429 .479 .400 J57 .333 314 Overal W L Pet. 20 7 18 S 13 10 13 9 12 10 II 1? 8 16 II 12 6 18 i 17 .909 .783 .545 .591 .545 .47) .333 .478 .250 .227 Big East Conference Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. G'rgelown II I .917 23 2 .970 Syracuse 10 2 J33 17 S .775 Villanova 9 4 .727 13 10 .545 Boston Col. 4 4 .WO IS 8 jM St. John's 4 6 .500 15 I .452 Providence 5 8 .315 13 10 .565 Pittsburgh 4 8 .333 14 9 .550 Connecticut 4 308 12 II .572 Seton Hall 1 12 .077 3 14 J33 Big Eight Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. Oklahoma 1 .900 22 3 .480 Kansas 7 3 .700 14 7 M Nebraska 4 4 .400 14 .609 Iowa St. 4 4 .400 14 t .409 Missouri 4 4 .400 IS 10 .400 Colorado 4 4 .400 13 10 .565 Oklahoma St. 4 4 .400 17 11 .572 Kansas St. 4 4 .400 12 11 .572 Big Ten CWllraWCaJ OWfetV W t Pet W L Pet. Purdue 11 2 144 13 S .783 Illinois 11 2 J44 20 3 470 Indiana 10 3 .749 17 4 .739 Ohio Stale 7 4 .S38 14 J09 Michigan 6 6 .500 14 8 .636 Minnesota S 7 .417 14 8 .634 Norlhwstrn 4 9 .308 II 1? .478 Michigan St. 3 t .750 10 12 .455 Wisconsin 3 .750 7 14 J33 Iowa 3 10 .331 10 13 .435 ECAC Metro Conference Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. F. Dickinson 9 4 .492 IS AH Lone Island I 4 .447 14 9 Mt Rbl. Morris 3 4 .447 12 11 .577 Marisl 7 5 .5)3 11 11 .577 St.Frncs.Pe. 7 S .S83 11 12 .478 Loyola 8 4 .571 14 II .50 Siena 4 7 .44? 13 II .54? Wagner 2 10 .147 S 18 .717 St.Frnct.NY 1 11 .043 2 20 Ml ECAC North Atlantic Conf. w Norlheastrn 11 Canisius 7 Boston U. 4 N. Hmpsnire S . Maine 4 Niagara 3 Vermont 3 Colgate I Conference Overal W L Pet. .133 .696 .545 .506 II 10 .524 Pet. 1.000 20 4 .727 14 7 MO 12 10 .34 13 9 .300 .273 .111 .591 I 14 364 7 17 .297 5 IS .240 ECAC South Conference Conference Overal W L Pel. W L Pet. Richmond 7 I J7S 17 1 .700 ' WmiMary 4 3 .$71 II 11 .500 Geo. Mason 4 4 .500 18 S .71? Navy 4 4 .500 20 7 .740 J. Madison 3 4 .474 17 II .571 E.Carolina I 7 .125 4 19 .173 East Coast Conference Bueknell Drexel Rider Lafayette Delaware Hofslra Towson American Lehigh Conference W L Pet. I? 1 10 Overal W L Pet. .925 20 3 .170 .749 14 I Mt 543 13 10 .565 538 13 10 391 .455 10 11 .474 .417 10 13 .435 7 14 304 4 18 .1)7 4 18 .182 .250 3 S9 .250 Ivy League Princeton Brown . Cornell Harvard Penn Dartmouth Columbia Yale ranee Pet. Overal W L Pet. .700 14 7 M? MO II 11 .500 .400 12 4 .571 MO 12 10 .545 I 13 .500 .400 300 300 J41 9 13 .409 4 16 .273 M 373 Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference W L Pet W N.Car.AiT 7 1 J75 18 Howard 4 3 .447 12 S Caro. St. 4 3 .44? II Md.-E Shre 3 4 333 4 Delaware St. 7 '6 .250 14 B -Cookman 2 7 .22? 6 Florida AIM 0 0 iuO I Mid-American Conference Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. Miami, O 13 I .929 19 4 .826 OhioU. 10 4 .714 16 7 .696 Toledo t 5 .443 IS I .45? BwlngGreenS 4 .571 IS 8 Ail E.Michigan 8 4 .571 II 12 .478 Kent St. 4 8 .429 11 II .500 N Illinois 4 8 .429 9 13 .409 C. Michigan S 9 35? 10 13 .435 Ball St. 3 II .714 4 17 .241 W. Michigan 2 12 .167 4 18 .232 Midwestern City Conference W Oral Roberts 9 Loyola. III. xavier.o Butler Evansville St. Louis Detroit OklhmaCily 2 Pet. 318 .636 .543 .5)3 .417 .417 .364 .18? Conf. Overal W L Pet. 16 I Missouri Valley Conference Illinois St. Tulsa Wichita SI. S. Illinois Creighton Bradley Indiana St. Pet. .917 346 .492 .462 .442 7 .454 8 333 IS 8 14 9 13 11 II 1? 11 13 8 15 7 15 Conf. Overal W L Pel. 19 4 .667 .65? .609 .54? .478 .458 .34) .286 22 2 15 8 14 10 .824 .917 .452 .583 W.Texas St. 3 10 .731 Drake I 10 .091 13 II .547 13 10 .575 12 II .527 8 15 .348 5 17 .227 Ohio Valley Conference Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. MoreheadSI.9 2 ill 19 S .792 Tenn. Tech 9 2 316 IS 8 452 Murray SI. 7 4 .636 14 9 .609 YngstwnSt. 7 5 .5)3 15 9 .625 Austin Peav 4 7 .364 10 13 .435 Middle Tnn. 3 8 .773 10 14 .417 E. Kentucky 3 8 .773 3 15 .348 Akron 3 9 .250 8 16 333 Pacific Coast Athletic Conf. w L Nevada-LV 14 1 UC-lrvine 10 Utah SI. 10 Fresno St. 9 N.Mex.St. 7 FullerlonSt. 7 San Jose SI. 4 LengBchSt. 5 UC-S.Brbra 3 II Pacific 0 13 .447 16 8 .443 18 7 .500 II I? .500 16 9 .35? .3)4 .000 Southeastern Conference Conference Overal Kentucky II Auburn 10 Alabama 9 Louisiana St. I W L Pet. W L Pet. Florida Vanderbllt Georgia Tennessee Miss. St. Mississippi 3 II 2 II .784 28 .749 16 .443 16 .415 IS .538 12 .479 II .429 14 .479 IS .214 3 .154 7 Ml .577 IS 348 15 318 Southwest Conference c w Houston 12 Arkansas 11 So Methodsl 9 Texas Tech I Texas MM 5 Rice 5 Baylor 2 10 Texas 2 10 Tex.ChrlsIn 2 11 Overal Pet. W L Pet. 1.000 73 3 .91? 21 4 .492 21 4 .467 14 9 384 12 12 .500 344 f 14 391 4 17 4 17 .167 .167 .154 Metro Conference W L Pet W I Pet. MemoWsSI. 9 I .900 19 4 J824 Louisville 9 1 318 17 f Mt Va Tech 7 4 434 15 7 442 Tulane 4 4 M$ 14 7 494 FlertdeSt 5 S 540 13 ( 419 S. Carolina 4 4 400 11 12 473 S. Mississippi 7 I 300 II I? .478 Cincinnati 0 II .000 3 21 .125 Conf. Overl I Pet., 4 .750 II .57? 12 .471 17 .761 13 .435 II 350 17 327 W L Pet. OePaul 19 2 .905 SW Louisiana 14 4 .777 Texas-San Antonio 14 4 .727 Nicholls St. IS 4 .714 Stetson 16 7 496 Dayton 14 f 434 Pan American 13 8 414 Marquette 14 I 434 Notre Dame IS 10 400 Baptist 10 I? .455 New Orleans 10 12 455 SE Louisiana 10 14 417 Ulica 10 IS .400 Campbell 9 15 37S N.C.-Wilmlngton I 15 348 Tennessee St. 8 IS 343 Monmouth 4 14 373 Brooklyn 4 13 .250 Georgia State 5 18 .217 E.Woshlnglon 421 .140 U.S.Inlernalional 2 23 .040 Dogs Greyhound handicap Tuesday at Phoenix Greyhound Park By Frank Spinka Special for The Republic FIRST RACE'- Bandera Officer (8), Burr Troubles (5), Brock's TS (?). SECOND RACE JR'S Sherry (2), Salvor Hardin (1), Gem's Tag (7). THIRD RACE - W't Doris Fly (2), Bandera Blukln (4), Gem's Cargo (5). FOURTH RACE Ebony Blaie (S), Gem's Zack (4). Melissa H Read (I). FIFTH RACE Watercress (3), Tangerine Pirate (5), Tina Turtle (4). SIXTH RACE - JW Top Tood (2), RVB's Smoky (1). Bohneley Dawn (5). SEVENTH RACE - Ousl Rush (3), Penrose Ernie (4),SSKIssy(l). EIGHTH RACE - RVB'S Katie (3), Sweet Savage (D.Wondra (5). NINTH RACE - Sgl Ester Haus (4), Private Benlamen (7). Clay Woody (3). TENTH RACE - Zambellis (3), Good Technician (7), Fire Fly Star(l). ELEVENTH RACE - Dark Manon (3), April Blossom IS), Blown Budget (6). TWELFTH RACE - Central Plaia (6), DM's Hydie (3),WD's Springs (I). EST 8ET - Zambellis 3 In the 10th. TUESDAY'S ENTRIES Morning-line odds by Frank Spinka FIRST 550 YDS, GR. B. Runroader 8 Burr Troubles 5 7 Brock's TS 9-2 Texas Crude 10 Newhouse Wallop 9 M's Arrow 13 WD's Cotton Leaf 4 Bandera Officer 7-2 SECOND - 440YDS.GR. A. Salvor Hardin 5 2 Tangerine Knight 4 JR'S Sherry 4-S Brandy Biue 14 Herb's Pal Scamp 9-2 Gem's Tag 8 Middle C 12 Chief Thief 9 THIRD SS0 YDS, GR. O. Mixed Up Mike 4 Gem's Cargo 8 W's Doris Fly 7-7 Bandera Blukin 9-2 JBWBIanlon 1? Mabel Whin 7 Strawberry Gal 10 Frivolite 9 FOURTH - SS0 YDS, GR. C. Ariiona Bred Exclusive Melissa H Read 7-2 Ebony Blaze Red Dasher 10 Gem's Zack DQ's Utah 13 Sam's Pick Jungle's Laughter 4 Tare Lee 5 2 9-2 9 8 FIFTH 550 YDS, GR. C. DoMaMee 9-2 Tangerine Pirate 4 Grump 8 Tina Turtle 7-2 Watercress S-? Gem's Damsel 13 RD's Knight Boy 10 Bandera Bellboy 9 SIXTH 550 YDS, GR. A. RVB's Smoky 5-2 BohnaleyDawn 4 JW Top Tood 4-5 TV Pedro II Motor Mover 9-2 JR'S Tray 14 Miss Ektora 9 Speedy Deck 8 SEVENTH -SSO YDS, GR.B. SS Kissv 4 Zelfie 13 Agile Abe 10 Irish Guy 7 2 DustRush S-? DW'sSlidenSam 9 ? Penrose Ernie 3 JR's Nevada Neb 9 EIGHTH -660 YDS, GR.B. Sweel Savage S-? Wondra 7 2 Gem's Spade 13 Flood Warning 8 RVB's Katie 6 Rink's Sunny Sis 10 Xianna 9 Rena Benoe 9-2 NINTH -S50 YDS, GR.B. Donley County 13 Quorum 9 Fancy Robin 7-2 Slim Troubles 10 Clay Woody 9-2 Private Beniamen S-? Sgt Ester Haus 4 Kitty Ruth 8 TENTH SSO YOS.GR. A. Fire Fly Star 9 ? JR'sTonlo 8 Good Technician 7-2 I Is 6 Zambellis 6-5 Spot Fire 14 Jelson 9 All Natural 10 ELEVENTH - SSO YDS, GR. C. From Mars 13 April Blossom 6 Kristine Espanto 10 Blown Budget 9 2 Dark Manon -2 Gem's Janet 9 Cimeron Cindy 7-2 Near Perlect 8 TWELFTH - 70? YDS, GR. C. WD's Springs 4 Ebb's Story 10 Flood Reliel 9 2 Central Plaia S-? DM's Hydie 8 Verify II ?-? Fireball Lady 9 Flicker Of Fire 13 College basketball Overal Pet. W L Pet. .933 23 2 .920 .714 14 9 409 .667 .720 .471 440 ,400 10 IS .400 3 !S .348 8 IS 348 2 23 .080 370 .777 494 48? 10 .545 1? .478 385 340 778 .409 .248 .241 9 15 375 Southwestern Conference Conference Overal W L Pet W L Pet. Alabama SI. 9 2 313 19 5 .792 Alcorn St. 10 3 .749 17 8 480 Southern I 3 .777 14 9 409 GrmblneSI. 4 4 .500 14 10 .583 Miss. Valley 4 7 .442 12 12 .500 Texas So. 5 7 .417 8 IS 348 Jackson St. 4 I 333 8 14 .344 Prairie View 0 12 300 I 22 .043 Sun Belt Conference Conference Overal . W L Pet. W L Pet. Va.C'nwIth 10 2 333 20 4 333 S. Alabama 8 4 447 19 5 .792 Ala.-Birm. 8 4 467 20 I .714 O. Dominion I 5 41S IS 9 475 S. Florida 7 5 .583 13 10 .565 W. Kentucky 4 9 308 10 IS .400 Jacksonville 2 10 .147 II 14 .458 NC-Charl. 2 10 .147 9 14 340 Western Athletic Conf. Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. Tx -El Peso 10 2 .133 2? 2 .917 BYU 9 2 311 14 7 495 New Mexico I 4 447 20 7 .741 Colo. SI 4 S .545 12 II .577 Wyoming 4 4 .500 13 II .542 S Diego St. 3 7 .417 14 10 .5)3 Utah 4 7 364 10 13 .435 Hawaii 3 10 .231 9 IS 375 Air Force 2 10 .167 7 15 318 West Coast Athletic Conf. Conference Overal W L Pet. W L Pet. SI. Mary's 4 2 .750 II 13 451 San Diego 5 3 4?5 14 9 409 Gonioga 4 3 .571 15 45? Sanla Clara 4 4 .500 17 I 480 Loyolo 4 4 .500 II 12 473 Pepperdine 3 5 375 12 12 .500 Portland I 4 .143 10 13 435 Independents APTop 20 The Top 20 teams in the Associated Press' 1983-84 college basketball poll, with first -place voles In parentheses, total points based on 20-19-18-17-16-1S-14-13-12I1-10-9 6 7-6-5-4-3-2-1, and record through Sunday, Feb. 19. Team (first-place volts) rec pts 1. North Carolina (61) 23-1 1,239 2. Georgetown (I) 23-2 1,169 3. Houston 23-3 1,097 4. Kentucky 20-3 994 5. DePaul 19-2 ,)7) 4. Illinois 20-3 643 7. Nevada -Las Vegas 73 ? 841 8. Oklahoma 72-3 618 9. Texas-El Paso 22 ? 726 10 Tulsa 77-2 452 11. Arkansas 71-4 400 17. Memphis Stale 19-4 SS9 13. Purdue 18-S 468 14. Duke 71-5 34? 15. Wake Forest 18 5 769 14. Syracuse 17-5 733 17. Temple 20-7 718 18. Washington 18-5 709 19. Auburn 16 6 155 20. Oregon Slate 18-S 151 UPI Coaches Top 20 The United Press International Board of Coaches Top 20 college basketball ratings through Feb. 19 (first-place votes and records in parentheses): Team (first-place votes) 1. North Carolina (40) 2. Georgetown 3. Houston (2) 4. Kentucky 5. DePaul 4. Illinois 7. Nevada-Las Vegas I. Oklahoma 9. Texas-El Paso 10. Tulsa II. Arkansas 12. Purdue 13. Memphis Slate 14. Washington 15. Oregon Stale 14. Syracuse 17. Temple 18. Auburn 19. Duke 20. Illinois Slate College baseball Wildcats 5, Miners 4 roc pts 23-1 478 23-2 578 23-3 534 20-3 441 19? 404 20- 3 376 23-2 310 22-3 302 27? 298 22-2 197 21- 4 184 16$ 177 19- 4 141 18- S 72 1)5 57 17-5 48 20- 2 47 16 4 40 21- S 39 19- 4 34 TEXAS-EL PASO abrhbi Heist cf 4 110 Greer ss 4 0 10 Goodwin rf 4 0 11 Pontes dh 3 120 L. Phillips 3b 2 0 0 0 Hock lb 3 0 11 Zehr 2b 4 10 0 Stalhastf 2 0 0 0 Adair H 20 10 Franks c 2 110 M. Phillips ph 10 0 0 Belamc 10 00 Totals 32 4 8 3 ARIZONA Ralston 2b Hale 3b Millay If Cooper dh Wine lb Lincoln ct MacArlhur is Anderson c Trafion ph Englee O'Donnell Ph Coveney rf) Totals abrhbi S04 2 4 110 4 0 11 3 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 2 0 0 3 110 2 110 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 10 3 0 0 1 32 5 9 4 Taxas-EIPase Ariiona 000 401 100 010 111 - 4 10? - 3 Game-winning RBI Ralston. E Phillips; Magrane. DP UTEP 1. Ariiona 1. 2B - Hale. SB Goodwin: Millay. SB Franks; Ralston, Lincoln. S L. Phillips, MacArlhur. SO IP H R ER BB Texas-El Paso TafovaL,0-l 8Vi 9 5 4 2 3 Ariiona Blankenship 4 5 2 7 1 1 Magrane W,4-1 3 3 2 0 2 2 HBP Lincoln, Coveney (by Tafoya). WP Tafoya; Blankenship, Magrane. PB Anderson, Engle.t-2:34.A-38I. Latest Line Home ham In capital tetter NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION Favorite feint Underdee NEW YORK 4 Portland NEW JERSEY V Philadelphia ATLANTA I Cleveland SAN ANTONIO 4'4 Phoenix KANSAS CITY 7 Oetroll CHICAGO Pick'em Utah Milwaukee Iva HOUSTON LOS ANGELES 9 Seattle GOLOEN STATE 4' Denver COLLEGE BASKETBALL Favorite Point Underdo Villanova 11 PENN JACKSONVILLE Pick'em South Alabama VIRGINIA 9'4 Cfemwn GEORGETOWN 12 St. John' 'Bradley t'4 DRAKE Favorite Buffalo QUEBEC Edmonton CALGARV Boston NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Coals Even- Vt 7-Flal l'A-2 2-Flat UndardM PHILADELPHIA Montreal ST. LOUIS Toronto VANCOUVER UNITED STATES FOOTBALL LEAGUE Favorite ARIZONA Philadelphia Washington OKLAHOMA New Jersey New Orleans TAMPA BAY LOS ANGELES MICHIGAN Under do Sunday t Oakland 1 MEMPHIS 3'4 JACKSONVILLE 3 Pittsburgh 2 BIRMINGHAM 3 4 SAN ANTONIO 10' a Houston 4 Denver Menday 7 Chicago Sports scores 258-1212 Arizona Downs Fourth day of the 63-day meeting Monday, February 20, 194 Clear and fast 10001 FIRST, S l?furlongs. Purse 7,700 4YO 4 up Claiming t5,000. Last Horse and Jockey WIPP V, Sir Fin Odds North And South (Steinberg) 8901 Tigara (Guerre) 6411 First Favor (A.Sanchei) 8)06 Rachy's Rev (Lkata) 9002 Be Cautious Babe (Dahl) 5104 Wildmoor (Davidson) 8901 Chely Chief (Parker) 8806 Kims Charm (McMullen) 9102 Pro Motive (Middleton) 7907 Via Intuition (DeSilva) Bridge Of Allan (Roteluik) Mutuds - (1) North And South l First Favor 10.70. Winner - Ch. g Leslie Boren. 117 I 1-112 1 4 1-4 500 112 6 3 1 2-l'?-l 740 117 4 5-1 3-12 3-!? 40.60 120 7 4-hd 4-1 4? 3.50 11? 11 8-W? 4-17 5-2 980 117 3 4 12 5 2 6-no 8)0 117 S 9 2 6-1 7-nk 410 11? 7 7-1 7? 8-1 640 117 10 II 9-hd 9-12109.10 II? 9 10-1 lO-'IO S 8540 117 3 2-1 II II 34.20 :45 4, :57.3, 1:04 nn inn Ain m Tinkra inn im m 6, By Forli-Vesla Owner A Trainer - I0O02-SECOND, 6 furlongs. Purse 52.500 3YO mdns. Fillies. Claiming 5,000. Last Horse and Jockey Wl PP Vj Sir Fin Odds )202 Braten Linda (Dillfach) 118 6 1-1 9101 Harlem's Rhythm (Sellers) 1I3 5 4-12 8301 Little Dickens (Reid) 118 11 2-12 Jig's Cowgirl (LaGrange) 118 2 5-3 880? Never Miss Baby (Grabowski) 118 1 6 7 8301 Thelma's Choice (Steinberg) 118 3 3-17 7401 Jusla Lit Slow (Lowry) 113 4 10 4 950? Sheia Sensation (Guerra) 118 7 9-17 8301 Bob's Purse (KuK) 11) 9 8-12 )40l Golden Strok (DeSilva) 118 4 7-1 4802 Renee's Streaker (Hlrdes) id io It 1- 3' l-'j 370 2- hd 2-2'j l??0 3- 1 3? 610 4 12 4-2 4-3 5 1 4-1 7-2 8 4 9 3 10 5-2 7-1 8-2 9 1 10-6 II 300 ,3940 470 4 10 6 40 98.00 7670 Eased 83 10 Tlm..J -ALA .CO 1 1-14 1 Mutuels - (6) Braien Linda 9.40, 580, 4.80. (5) Harlem's Rhythm 18 20, 7.80. (ID Little Dirkens 4)0 QUINELLA (5,8) Paid S93 10 Winner - Br. F. 3, By Braien Brother-Bay Reason. Owner Ernie Davidson. Trainer Brooks Claridge DAILY DOUBLE 114) PaidS74.70. 10003- THIRD, 6 17 furlongs Purse t?,700 4YO 8 Up Claiming S4,000 Last Horse and Jockey Wl PP ' Sir Fin Odds Valley Clown (Smith) 114 7 1-hd 2-1 1-nk 6 40 8898 Ernie (Hirdes) 117 5 2-1 1-hd 7-nk 170 8508 Fleet Back (Lieata) 115 3 5-12 3-2 3-nk 2 80 9411 Coloma Sunrise (F.Gamei) 117 4 7-4 5-2 4-112 7 70 6308 Maior Torchy (Malgarini) 117 6 6-17 4-12 5-2 8 40 8308 Distimeforsure (Ditlfach) 170 2 4-1? 7-4 6-4 4.90 9105 Atoll Doll (Lowry) M04 8 3-hd 6-1 7-1 43 80 8511 Unotwo (Steinberg) 114 1 8 8 8 1300 Time: :?3 ,:44 ?. 1:102, 1:17. Mutuels - (7) Valley Clown, 18 86, 6.00, 4 00, (5) Ernie 3 60, 2 40, (3) Fleet Back 3.70. QUINTELLA (5,7) paid S77.40. Winner - B G 5 Hill Clown-Lady Kabu Owner Jill A Marlm. Trainer Melanie McDonald 10004- FOURTH, 6 furlongs. Purse S7.500. 3YO mdns. Fillies. Claiming J5.000. Last Horse and Jockey Wl PP ' Str Fin Odds 880? Bet Me Luielle (Hirdes) 118 1 8)02 Saucy Plum (Guerra) 11) 11 9104 Late Rally (Lowry) 1)3 ) Forever Brilliant (Powell) 11) 10 8802 Speedy Al's Gal (Steinberg) 118 2 6802 Moslem Princess (F. Martinet) 118 4 9104 MissSutyT.(Ford) 118 4 8904 Seagoing Way (Thomas) 118 7 HelenS (Koyle) 118 5 Cupids Reward (Renleria) 116 3 9S02 Chrisli's Dancer (Rowland) 118 9 Time: 32.3, :44.0, :S8 3, 1; Mutuels - (1) Bel Me Luielle 12.40, 5.40, 3 00; (8) Late Rally 2 40. QUINELLA (1,11) paid $169. Bel Honor. Owner Gavlord Brukelta Trainer 3- hd 2-hd l-no 5 30 4- hd 3-1 2-nk 30)0 1- 12 1-12 3-2 .90 S 3 S-hd 4 1 1) 40 4 2 6 4 S 3 620 2- 1 4 2 6 hi 12 40 9 4 7-hl 7-3 19.20 8-hf 8-1 6 4 11540 7-hf 9-4 9-5 7.10 10-4 10-4 10-9 1930 II II II 69 60 II? (11) Saucy Plum 1500, 4 40 40 Winner - Ch F 3 Sibirri- Dennis Ward. 10005-FIFTH, 6 17 furlongs Purse S?,700 4YO & Up. Claiming S4.000 -Last Horse and Jockey Wl PP ' i Str Fin Odds 8803 Louial (Grabowski) 120 7 9407 Sail Home First (Chapman) 120 I 9705 All American Flag (Thomas) 117 3 9305 Wish N Spin (Sanchez A) 114 6 9404 Onaeagle(Kuli) 117 7 9708 Will Somers (Dahl) 114 8 8405 Captain Moon (Lawrence) 120 5 9007 Traveling Paul (Parker) 114 4 ?-hd 1-1 1-31? .70 4-3 5 3 2-13 7 20 4- 2 3 2 3-no 28.80 3 1 ?-l'24-l'. 10 00 5- 2 4-12 5 3 . 7.40 7-1 7-3 4 5 20 60 I-1 12 6-12 7 800 8 3 Eased 590 Time: :7? -44 4. 109 3. 1:14 Mutuels - (7) Louial 3 40, 2 40, 2 40. (1) Sail Home First 4.70. 3.00, (3) All American Flag 4.00. OUINELLA (1.7) paid S13.40. EXACTA (7-1) paid S74.40. Winner - B H 4, Jalullah-Ledy Louiac. Owner - Trainer Bilt Strange. - 10006 SIXTH, 4 furlongs. Purse S3.000. 4YO 4 up Claiming 55,000 Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP Sir Fin Odds 9706 Prioe And Proof (Powell) 117 7 2-1 1-lvj 1-4 9 60 8005 Charmhersweet (Lowry) MIS 2 6-12 5 1 2-12 240 9708 Si Santane (While) 120 5 3-V 3-?" 3-2 8 40 8907 Li'l Pole (Ford) 120 4 1-12 ?-hd 4-nk 690 9306 Top General (Rowland) 117 3 7-1 7-12 5-12 3 40 9306 Smgglown (Renleria) 120 6 5-12 6 2 6-nk 8 80 9206 Ancienllaboo (Jackson) 115 10 4 ? 4-hd 7-1 7870 9306 tClaudus (Ortiz) 117 6 8 3 8 ? 6-7 15 20 8907 Slorey N Miller (Ditlach) 11? 1 9 ? 9 3 9 4 1360 9504 Ima Early Light (Dahl) 120 9 10 10 10 6)0 Time. :?? 1, :44 4. :56 4. 1 09 2 Mutuels - (7) Pride And Prool 21.60, 8 40, 600. (21 Charmhersv-eet 4 00. 3 00, (5) Si Sanlana 580. OUINELLA (2,7 Paid 440.40 EXACTA (7,2) Pa d $150 30 Winner - B G. 5, By Earls Erma-Proven Effort. Owner - Shirley & Ben Lipson. Trainer John Soto. 10007-SEVENTH, 1 118 Miles. Turf. Purse 13,900. 4YO 8. Up Claiming S)2,500 Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP Str Fin Odds 9509 Somerset Jet (Ditlfach) 117 3 7 2-12 1-nk 9 40 7007 Johnny Home (Llcala) 120 6 6-12 4-2 2-hd .80 9209 Draconic Runner (Powell) 114 5 4-2 3-12 3-nk 8 90 9509 Racing The Wind (McMullen) 120 7 2-112 1-hd 4-7 7 90 9209 Olympiad Host (Koyle) 114 1 3-hd 5-1 5-1 6 00 6304 Tim's Turn (Steinberg) 120 7 5-12 6-2 6-3 500 4810 Ecologia (Smith) 114 4 1-hd 7 7 13.70 Time: 34.1, :49.3, 1:14.4, 1:40.4. 1:53.2 Mutuels - (3) Somerset Jet 20 80, 6.00. 3.60, (6) Johnny Home 2 80, ? 40, (5) Draconic Runner 3.40. OUINELLA (3.4) Paid 61840. EXACTA (3.4) Paid 474.10. Winner - B. G. 4, By B. G. 4, By Ter-Chl-Berio-Ledv Somerset. Owner Myron Abrams Trainer Lee Bovkin. 10008-EIGHTH, 4 furlongs. Purse S3.400 3YO Claiming sJO.OOO Last Horse and Jockey Wl PP Str Fin Odds 1-1 700 ?-!? 1000 3-17 8.10 8007 Fastest (Steinberg) 120 4 Pi TT 7908 Safarain (Renleria) 111 3 7-1 2 2 9207 Electric Moment (Parker) 114 1 7-3 6 ? 9109 Reckon He Will ( Guerra) 111 8 6-? 4-1 4-no 320 9109 Nicky Vic (Smallwood) 120 S 3-hd 3-1 5 1 630 8711 Silermaclue (Sellers) '109 4 8 7-3 6-nk 4 30 7810 Nibbler (Smith) 114 7 4-hd 5-1 7-6 9.50 9510 Orbits Sugar (Powell) 109 7 6-1 8 8 10.40 Time: :7?.l, :44 4, :56 4,109.2. Mutuels - (6) Fastest 600, 4 20, 3 00 ( 3) Satarian. 9 40, 4 40 (I) Electric Moment, 4.70. EXACTA (6-3) paid 59.40. Winner - Ch G 3 Faslen-One For Gail. Owner - Sarival Farms. Trainer James Frey. PERFECT SIX (7,1,7,7,34) no winners. Consolation four out of Six paid 4I76.20 to 30 winners. Total Carryover 117,594.00. 10009-NINTH, 7 furlongs Turf. Purse 113,500 3YO 8. Up F8.M Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP 'j Str Fin Odds The President's Day Handicap Silk Pviamas (Marlineil 113 7 7-7 9210 Brown Tiger (Steinberg) 110 9 4-hd 9010 Our Prolo Call (Ford) 115 3 2-hd 4710 Simple Dynasty (Culberson) 112 4 9 9210 Right Dividend (Powell) 111 2 3-2 409 Hv Mount (Smith) 107 5 4-12 9210 In Doubt (Kuti) 113 3 5-1 9210 Coiill (Belville) 115 I 8-4 8710 Tryln Tryst (Llcata) 11? 4 1-12 Late scratch To B. Positive. Time: :24.,:47.3. 1:13 , 1:25 1 Mutuels - (7) Silk Pyiamas 5.60, 3.40, 3.40, (10) Brown Tiger 3 00, 7 40, (3) Our Prola Call 4.80. EXACTA (7,10) Paid 119.70. Winner - Ch. F 4, By Queen's Hussar-Silk Slocking Owner - Ray Stark. Trainer John Gosden. 10010-TENTH, One Mile. Purse 17,500. 4YO I Up. Claiming 17,500. Last Horse and Jockey Wt PP "i Sir Fin Odds 2- hd I ? 3- 12 ? -IMi 1-hd 3-1 8-17 4-nk 5- 1 S-l 6- 17 6-hd 7- 2 7-1 9 8-1 4- 129 180 1 70 9.40 27 70 8.10 600 17.10 32 00 34.40 9312 Defendant (Smith) 118 6 3-1? 2-2 1-hd 3 00 9711 Jr. Meyer (Lowry) 110 3 1-13 1-hd 2-112 4 90 8905 Easier Sandy (Davidson) 115 2 7-hd 6-17 3-nk 4 60 8911 Dr. Felix Starr (Orlit) 115 5 10 7-17 4-1 8 50 4507 Sir Arn (DeSilva) 115 7 4 1 3-12 S-hd 3500 8705 Bucky's In Luck (R Garnet) 118 10 4-2 4 2 6-no 7 40 8508 P. Town Willie (Sellers) M13 9 8-12 4-12 7-2 17 10 8507 Or. Judicale (Guerra) 115 I 5-1 7-128-hd 3210 931? Prancing Royally (Rowland) 115 8 9-4 9-2 9-7 930 7602 Swap The Buck (Hirdes) 115 4 2-hd 10 10 22 60 Time: :?3 7, :46 4. 1:1? 1. 1:25 1, 1:38 3 Mutuels - (6) Defendant 8.00. 4.20, 3.00: (3) Jr. Meyer 4 60, S 40; (?) Easier Sandy 470. TRIFECTA (6.3,7) Paid 1331.80. Winner - Ch. G. 10, By &de Door-Miss Pally Bee. Owner - O.R. or Victoria Jeter. Trainer - Mike Gray. five pound apprentice allowance claimed Attendance 6,300. Mutuel Handle 1460,463. (c) 19)4 by Daily Racing Form, Inc. Workouts CLEARANDFAST - 2 FURLONGS -FIRST FIRE 242h, Hail Star ?64b. 3 FURLONGS Continental Homes 38b, Donna Patricia J7?h Dinkv (tie 36 lb. Double Jack 36 lh. Fantastic F.'gure 36h, From Kefir 3h Fare Budo 364h, Hammy 353h, Little Elmer 361h, Light House Point 37 A'waV&lrlin: SNB Thi"n' orld ...1ULLC?NGS T Bu,h Ns,ive "h' Drum Seouence 484h, Deans Desire 474h, Darlenes Folly 48 1h, Gaylitic 48?hg, Guard Proud 47 lh Prarie Princess S?b, Protee 474h, Prime Craft 474h, Swahilly Dilly 494H, s" Jagar 49h, SIZZLED 464hg, Tee Pee Porta 48 lh. Walk Away Renee 47 3'fURLONGS - ALZAN 594h, Delaware Bay 103?b, Damaseu Doll 101h, Chars Brat 1022D, Eagles Beauty 101h, Hay Cat 103b Jim's Outlaw 100 Ihg, Operation 102hg, Start Thinkin' 104 lb. Speedy Gem 101 4 FURLONGS-Golden Ribel 116h. ' Feature race6 SANTA ANITA Sir Pele. ridden by Rafael Meta, won the 1135,625 San Luis Obispo Handicap by I'A lengths. Time lor l1 miles (lurl): 2 27 2 Paid 810.80, 15.74 and 14.70. BOWIE Judge McGuire, ridden by Carlos Mendota, won the 185 450 General George Stakes through the disqualification of American Artist. Paid 810 40. 16.40 and 13 70. OAKLAWN Robin's Rob, ridden by Pat Day, won the 150,000 added Martha Washington by a length. Time for 6 furlongs: I Wa. Paid 15 40, 13 70 Tennis U.S. Women's Indoor First round at East Hanover, NJ. JoAnne Russell, Naples, Fla., def. Claudia Montiero, Bratll, ' 4-3, 4-3; Andrea Leand, Brooklandville, Md., def. Barbara Potter, Woodbury, Conn., 4-3, 4-3; Pam Casale, Fairfield, N.J., def. Eva Pfaff, West Germany, 4-2, 4-2; Carting Bassell, Canada, def. Ginny Purdv, Indianapolis, 4-1, 4-0. Martina Navralllova, Dallas, def. Nancy Yeargin, Atlanta. 4- 3. 4-2, Sylvia Hanika, Weil Germany, def. Beth Herr, Daylon, Ohio, 4-1, 4-0. College women WESTMONT COLLEGE 4, GRAND CANYON 3 ' SINGLES LeSage, WC, def. Bolan, 7-S, 4-1; McCutchen, WC, def. Silva, 4-2, 4-3, Rogers, WC, def. Rabe, 4-2, 4-1; Alfano, GC, def. Denig, 4-3. default; Vind, WC, def. Sweigarl, 4-1, 4-0; Toohev, WC, def. Aro, 4-1,4-1. DOUBLES - McCutchen-Roger, WC. def. Bolan-Alfano, 4- 4, 7-S; Silva-Rabe, GC, def. Vind-Toohev, 4-2, 4-3; Sweigarl-Aro, GC, won by default. v adw

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