Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on January 15, 1982 · Page 10
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Portland HOUSTON (AP) - Portland coach Jack Ramsay says better defense and sotae big offensive plays were the key to the Ttfll Dialers' vltitdry over Houston. Rockets coach Del Harris, and player Robert Reid cite something else—carelessness. "We Have opened up our offense in the last few games. But what has happened is we have got a little careless at times on defense;" Harris said. "What happened tonight was we got a little careless," Reid said Thursday night after scoring 14 points and collecting 9 issitfts as his team lost ill- 100. -. • > "If we missed a shot, our/guys were crashing the boards and there were a number of long rebounds which Portland took and converted into layups. For some reason, we had a lot of two-on-one and three- on-two fast breaks (against us)," he added. Ramsay said: "We played better defense against Houston tonight than we did last week. We hfid some big offensive plays tonight. Our execution Was gdodi We had some high percentage shots and we made them." Mychal Thompson, Jim" Paxson and Kelvin Ransey scored 22 points each as the Trail Blazers .improved their National Basketball Association record to 20-15. Ramsay noted the performance of NEWS-HBftALD, Frld»y, Jfl ALL SMILES —- San Francisco Forty Miners; quarterback Joe Montana, left, poses with head coach Bill Walsh. They have a reason to smile: Montana led San Francisco past the: Dallas Cowboys in the NFC title game and will lead his team in the Super Bowl against the Cincinatti Bengals in Pontiac, Mich., on Jan.. 24. (AP Laserphoto) Kite challenges rookie for Hope golf lead PALM ;SPRmGS, Calif. (AP) — An obscure Japanese rookie had the lead but golf's biggest money-winner last year, Tom Kite, was in a threatening position after two rounds of the five-day Bob Hope Desert Golf Classic. ,:.';•• •.:;•-.-'•; • ',:','-•" And Kite, who last season had one of the most consistent records in the game, had but one thought in mind — winning more - -.often.-.; :•:';'::" ; :\v.-. ; ••••":;•••':'••.'• v VI want to: improve this season," Kite said. "But even if I don't, if I play just like I did last nr year';* I ought -,t<r- just' fait into more victories than I had. :v;"That's 'my goal, one of : ;iny goals, this year. Win and win often.".. ."••;,- ••-. ' i; .'.'-MMO-- •'• ^Kite i( .who topped the 1981 'moneyTjiyinning list andv toofcrrthe ... Vardon Trophy for the low stroke average on the tour, was in the top 10 finishers in 21 of 25 starts and finished the season with a string of 18 consecutive events in which he placed eighth or better. But he Avon only one individual title. ; He's in position again. A 6-uhder-par 66 Thursday at tough Eldorado gave Kite a 134 total, 10 under par, and lifted him , to within ,twol stroke^ of the surprise leader, long-hitting Jet Ozaki. • -:' : J:;.y^ •'•'.-.. •'!>•Ozaki, younger brother of former Japanese star Jumbo Ozaki, used his vast distance off the tee to birdie all of the par-5 holes on the way to a 68 at Bermuda Dunes. Thai gave him sole Cdritrolofthe36-h61eieadatl32. Journeyman Rex:. Caldwell, ; who shared the first-round lead with Ozaki, shot a 69, also at The format for this, the only 90- hole event on the tour, calls for the 128 pros to play one round on each of four desert courses, each day with a different, three-man amateur team. After four rounds the amateurs drop out and the field is cut to the low 70 scorers for the pro-only windup Sunday at Indian Wells. ... Most of the celebrity amateurs, including , former President Gerald Ford and the host comedian, along with the 'top-name pros played Wednesday at Eldorado. But Lee Trevirio was ainong the Missing. He suffered the recurrence' of chronic back trouble after an opening round of 69 arid told to former PGA champ Lanny Wadkins, Skeeter Heath and Cal Peete. Peete had a 65 at La Quint a, Wadkins 69 at Eldorado and Heath 67 at Indian Wells. of the American tour after completing the qualifying school last year, is one of the longer hitters on the circuit. , . , • , ','Verhoeven had a great game for us," Ramtay said. "He scored 14 points and hit ail six of hie shot! tte hai been struggling as of late, but he had a groat gBme tbrtlghli". , • ' Houston, I&A r wns led by Moses Ma lone with 29 points and 20 rebounds and Calvin Murphy with 17 points, !v ,:. -' "Elvln (Hayes) and Moses got 30 of our rebounds tonight and in the past two games Matenc has gotten 40 rebounds," Harris said. "We probably need a little help from some of the other guys on the boards." . Portland's biggest lead came when it scored the last seven points of the game, capped by a Thomp- son'throw with 15 Seconds left to give the Trail Blazers their li-point margin. ; . "We. held our own inside,", Thompson said. "Anytime you play* against Elvin and Moses it's going to be a tough game. I felt like we did a good job against the two of them.", > • . Malone scored 16 points and snagged 11 rebounds in the first half, Which ended tied at 51. Hbuston's biggest lead was at 66-59 with 7:33 left in the third period. Meyers to sign with Patriots DALLAS (AP) — Ron Meyer, a young and ambitious coach who said he would only leave Southern Methodist University for a chance to direct a National Football League team, was to tell his squad today he is going to the New England Patriots, a source close to the school's athletic department said. Meyer, 41, scheduled meetings with SMU officials and his players today to tell them he will replace fired Patriots Coach Ron Erhardt, the source said; . , ' "Yes, I have been offered the job with the New England Patriots," Meyer told The Dallas Morning News on Thursday. "The decision is up to me. I'll make a decision within 24 hours.'? A news conference was scheduled for 2:30 p,m. CST today at SMU, an athletic director's spokesman said. Paul Ridings Jr. said Meyer would meet with team members at 2 p.m. In Foxboro, Mass., Patriots spokesman Tom Hoffman said today, "We're confirming that we made him an offer and are awaiting his response." ' • \ Meyer met with Patriots officials in New York , Thursday, the source said. The Patriots previously were'turned'down b,y Southern California Coach John Robinson and Penn State Coach Joe Paterno as replacements for Erhardt, who led the team to the worst record in the NFL, 2-14, in the just-concluded season. . , .Members,of the SMU j coachihg staff told the I OrJando-.(J?la.)^entine^Star that Meyer met in 'NewYorkrwith'Patriots'Bresident Billy Sullivan, his son Chuck, the Pats' ' executive vice president, and General Manager Bucko Kilroy. Meyer was supposed to return to Texas immediately 'after the interview but made such an impression in the session that he was given the , job, the newspaper said. Meyer checked into a New York hotel under an assumed name and met wth Kiir,by for several , hours Thursday, hammerjrtg/out details of a four-year contract for an estimated'$YoO','ObQ, the -•< Sentinel Star said. , < Only two months ago Meyer said, '/I would not leave SMU for another college .;, but there is no, secret about my, ambition to conch urine,, Natiorial.FobtballLca'gue.", , . -, , * {',, , In just six years, Meyer brought the Mustangs from a 1 dismal3-8 record in 1976 to the S6uth\ycst,. Conference championship with a-lO-ji mafk'ul 1981 and to .thei'f "highest .,rankiHg,K^;f?rHe;;' Associated Press poll in$0 years'/, ; " fv" i\ ,'X'Kv''", But the 5th-ranked Mustangs coUld not play in the Cotton Bowl because they We're on probation. Meyer was 62-39-1 in nine seasons as> a ^ead coach, first at' Nevada-Las Vegas and then at SMU. He coached UNtV intb.the 1974 Division!!!./' playoffs. • , ' '",' !<•'. A . , ., . Meyer was,a scout for the Dallas Cowboys and Gil Brandt, the personnel directpr who hired r him,..said,.'"j've'been $ Rpni.jMie'^r'f^n'since^tv, hired him. ... He is an extremely bright coach" and will do a very good job .... he, is h'ighly'j, 1 organized.", -,'"", '. \\>' '*"''<> ';•'.. '.' ,<,, The source close to the SMU athletic depart-^ ment said Meyer was expected to take a number" of his assistants with him to New'Englahd, ' Speculation 'for his replacement ha* already focused on the Cowboys' innovative assistant ••coach «Tohn Mackovic, ,who Has-spent,a year under ToihLandry.; •] "• v >;; '•i 1 !'-,U;'f.''"',, The Sentinel Star also said Nebraska Coach Tom Osborne would be considered for the SMU Job . , . ,,, ' ., NBA By thi Boston Philadelphia New York Washington New Jersey Milwaukee Atlanta,.: .' Indiana'-'-- • Chicago Detroit. ., .. ATiannc uivinvn ' ' - - ; :• W , L 27 8 26 10 • 18 19 16 .19 15 21 Cantral DlvlHon ,.- :25, n. .'-• ..-' -16.' 17':- :••' '<: .17'' 19. ' 15 21 ,- s ...IS.' 22 v :£? '.722 .486 ,457 .417 .694 ,.485 '.472 .417 .405 171 GB 10 11 12': . — ,7' j 8 10 ., 10' j lRI-> San Antonio Denver' Houston Kansas City Utah 23 11 II •''•!» 16 20 13 23 12 22 .26 W L ftt. ,676 '.J86 .444 .361 .353 Phoenix ..... 2). 14 Golden 'State '20 15 Portland •'-• • :.' 20 .15 San Diego 10 25 . ' - Thursday's CamM -New Jersey 130, Chicago 104. 'Washington 121) Detroit 114' Portland 111, Houston 100 Phoenix 90, New York 89 '••• , . Fridiy'« Atlanta at Philadelphia ". Los Anseles at Indiana - -... Chicago at Washington . Houston at San Antonio . New Jersey at . Kansas City •' Boston at Milwaukee- • - Dallas at Denver • . . . • . • Cleveland at San Diego • Utah at Seattle • New York ; at: Golden State S«tvrd*y's GtfflM Boston at Detroit Portland at Dallas , , ... San Antonip at Hpuston ' ;> ••• ;• Cleveland' at Utah v; '••:•_ San Diego at Phoenix Sunday's G*mt Los Angeles at Kansas City Philadelphia at New Jersey Atlanta at Washington , , Chicago at Indiana • ' '•' • Golden Stale at Seattle ' Detroit at Milwaukee Denver at San Oleqo • • .722 .676 .600 .571 .571 .286 6'? i !'•'•• 11 141? 2 4'j 5"! 5') 15''7 Rocketts D (111) Washington 30-0 fc Thompson 9 ^ i n, Pa»son I) 00 ??. Ransey 10 U M. Verwven « 11 H,=Valentine I O-o J. Bales 3 00 1, Gross ? 90 •*, Cvdmundsspn 0000- Totals son-win, ' Paul!] 0 00 0, Jones 0000. Totals 4215 JO 100 ree-p. • out-None. Total fouls -Portland U Hov • 16. Technicals-Portland coach Ramsay • NFL New York r ' Pallas 38. Tampa AimrlcanCMrttrenc* Cincinnati 27, San Diego 7. - National Conftrtnce San Francisco 28, Dallas 27 - . . • - . Suptr Bowl XVI ' Sunday,Jan.M Cincinnati vs. San-Francisco at Pontiac, Mich.;4p.m.', , .'. ' ... . ;•'. Rodeo .DENVER (AP) - Here are • the •'results- following'Thursday'S'events at the National: Western Rodeo: . ' . Bareback bronc riding (first go-round): 1,. Joe Alexander. Marysville, Callf.,-76 points'; 2. Vonte Elms, Salado, Texas, 74 points; 3..Wes', Odneal, Colorado Springs, 73 points: ' Steer wrestling .(first go-round): -.1. Case'y Me Peak, Valentine, Neb., 4.3 seconds; 2. Doug; Janke, Kellfville, Okls., ,4,5 seconds; 3, Ted Reed, Saugus, Calif,, 4.6 seconds. • . Steer wrestling (second go-round): 1,'John-. W, Jones Jr.,:Morro Bay, Calif.,3.6seconds; 2. - Dennis Bonsall, Burweil, Neb., 4.6 seconds; 3. (lie) Oanny, Tprrlcellas, Sapulpa, Okla.cand • Doug Hanover, Bryan, Texas, 4.7 seconds. ' Steer wrestling (average): 1. Doug Janke, Kellyville, Okla., 9.4 .seconds; ?. Mike; Tomlinson, Oklahoma City,'10.6 seconds; 3. Roy Duval, Checotah, Okla., 11.0 seconds.; • , Call roping (first go-round): 1. Roger Davis, Elk City, ,0kla., 9.2 seconds;- 1. • Mike Tomlinson, Oklahoma City, 9.3 seconds; 3. Doug Johnson, Peyton, Colo,> 9.4 seconds.'.': -;. Calf roping (second go-round): 1. Jlie) Raymond Hollabaugh, Stamford, Texas, and Kim Gripp, Midland, Texas, 8.5 seconds;-3. John W. Jones Jr., Morro Bay, Calif., 8.6 ' seconds. . -..-•-•..' .-> ...-.Calf roping (average): I. J.D. Tadlock, Frisco, Texas, 19.3 seconds; 2, .Rayniond Hollabaugh, Stamford, Texas, 19.8 seconds; . Mike Tomlinson, Oklahoma City, 20.4 seconds. Barrel racing (first go-round): I. Martha Wright, Stephenvllle, Texas, 15.6 seconds; 2.•« Julie Doering, Athena, Ore., 16.0 seconds; 3. Sue Keklch, Belen, N.M., 16:2 seconds. Barrel racing (second go-round): 1. Debbie Miller, Iowa, La., 15.7 seconds; 2. Martha.-Wright, Stephenvllle, Texas, 15.8 seconds; Sue 1 :Kekich, Belen;N.M,, 15,9seconds.'-' • :.-. -r. Barrel racing (average): I. Martha Wright, Srephenville, Texas, 31.5 seconds; 1. Julie Doering, Athena, Ore., 32.1 seconds; 3, Sue Keklch, Belen, N.M., 32.2 seconds. Team roping (first go-rqund): I. Rick Marron, Hoiiister, Calif., -and Roman ( Figueroa, Sonoila, Ariz., 6.0 seconds; 1. Matt Silyeira, Nipomo, Calif,, . and George Richards, Humboldt, Ari(., 6.5 seconds; 3.' Dennis Moles, Oakdale, Calil., and John • Miller, Chandler, Art?., 6.» seconds. Team roping (second go-round): I. Bret, Beach, Gilbert, Ariz., and Clay O'Brien, Gilbert, Ar|i., 6.0 seconds; 2. Jim Rodriguez, Fresno., Calif., and John Pabooiian, Fowler, Calif., 4.2 seconds; 3. Fred Davis, Tomfistane, Aril., and Ron Graves, Dogglas, Aril, 6.6 second.s. Team roping .(average):, I. pavls and Graves, 14.0 seconds; 2. Peeps Norell, Rifle, Colo., arid Shawn Madden, tusk. Wyo,. ,u.l seconds; 3. J.B. Whatley, Tarzan, Texas, and Gib Bell, Dryden, Texas. 17.6 seconds. Saddle bronc riding (firs.) go-round): 1. Sterling Wines, Ruby Valley, Nev., 78 points; 2. Butch Small. Pubpis, Idaho, 73 points; 3, Hank Franzen, Sidney, Mont., 71 points. Bull riding (first go round): I Ken Wilcox, Greenbrier, Ark., 85 points; ;. Rusty O'ppnnell, Big Spring, Texas, 75 points; 3 Parrel Hoss, Wild Horse, Colo.. 74 points. Scores' . DrexeJ76,LehigtiS . Ogqiiesne7?,Pitlsbyr9tiM y Cross 67 ornan.- , CM' Washington 76, Rhode islano 71, OT ftpfsirat), Lafayette 55 LaSaiie7»,Rid«f'0 Niagara 87. Brockport SI. 71 Austin Peay «. E: KeniiK»y 60 Bridsewater 7}. PiflMflWn « James Madison H. Towson St. 48 UoviSi*nTf«t) 40, 5 Mississipol 58 Murray St. 7rM«eneadS ; « io Wn » e-cafo/ma rt «tiiH Clincn VaM 'I Illinois St. 81, Indiana SI. 63 Indiana 81, Michigan 51 McNeese St. 83, Wls.-Parkside 73 -Minnesota 61, Iowa 56 Northwestern 61, Wisconsin 55 OhioSt.51,|llinpis50,OT Purdue 53,'Micigan St. 47 r-St.Xavier 71, Roosevelt 61 . Wichita St. 69, Creighton 56 •---:• SOUTHWEST Tex.-Arl ington 75, Tex.-San Antonio 69 Tulsa71,Drake54 FAR WEST FresnoSt.'74,PacificU.,40 , •: . ,Gortzaga'70,U.SarjDfegoiil •• , ', 1 Nevada-Las Vegas 68, Colorado St.'54 St. Mary's Cal,, 62, Portland 60 San Diego St. 78, New Mexico 62, San Jose St. 56 Utah St. 49 •' - UC-lrvine 50, F.ullerton St. 49 'UC-Santa Barbara 71, Long Beach SI, 59 Washington 75, Stanford 70 ' .Washington St. 57, California 55, OT Briefs By The Ajioclited Press • • , . GOLF PALM SPRINGS, Calil. (AP) - Jet Ozaki, a- Japanese rookie on the American pro tour, put together a-4-under.par 68 (or -a 132 folal and took sole possession of the second-round lead |n the Bob Hope Desert Classic.' - Ozaki held a 1-shot lead over-Rex Caldwell, who shot a second-round 69. ' . JOHANNESBURG, South Africa (AP) South African Mark McNully shot his second straight 67 and took a two-stroke lead with a 6-. untier ; par 134 after. the second, round of .the.:' 5105,000 Lexington PGA Championship. Denis Watson' had a 71 and moved into a second-place lie with. David Feherlyol Ireland at 134. Feherty' fired a' second-round 70. -TENNIS NEW YORK (API - Second-seeded John . McEnroe defeated No. 3 Jimmy Connors 6 2, 75 in the second .round, of the 5400,000 Volvo Masters tennis championships. 1 •" In other matches of the eight-man, round- robin tournament,: lop-seeded Ivan Lqndl of Czechoslovakia -crushed Guillermo Vilas ol Argentina' H/i-l; Eliot Teltscher downed Roscoe Tanner 4-6, .6-1, '6-4, and- Vitas Gerulaltls beat Argentina's Josa : Luis Clerc 7.«.»•), • . : CINCINNATI (API 1 - Top-seeded ?Tracy. Austin, No. 2 seed Sylvia Hanika of. West Germany and No. 3 seed Pam Shriver, all are out of the 5150,000 Avon Tennis Championships in Cincinnati, All were ousted.- two on the court and one on the examination table. Austin was forced to withdraw after suf fering lower back' pains while warming up for her afternoon match, Hanika. lost to 7.6, 6-4, and Shriver was beaten by Kalhy Rlnaloi 76, 6-4. No. 4 seed Bettina Bunge' became llw TUU player left in competition after reaching the semifinals by defeating Leslie Allen, «-3, 76. GRINPELWALD, Switzerland (AP) 'Canada's Gerry Sorensen bettered her own record lime in ' capping a sensational doubleheaaer downhill viciory on the toughest, longest course of the women's World Cup ski circuit. . ' Sorensen scored her secono straight triumph in ?4 hours with a clocking: of '2 mingles, 14 hundredlns seconds, a new best time. She edged West German Irene Epple. the new leader in the overall World Cup Standings, by four-lenins ol a secono. FOOTBALL CANTON. Ohio (APy - Lynn Swann. the Pittsburgh Sleelers' big play receiver deeply involved in nis city's civic and charitable Of fin >*• "as been named the 198 1 NF L Man of the Year. The Pro Football Hail ol Fame, which ad ministers the annual award lor sponsor Miller Hiqh Life Beer, announced tha> Swann had Ofin selected over iwe other finalists - qvarlerback Archie Manning of thjl. New Orleans Saints, wide-receiver Jerry BuHer of the Buffalo Bills, rynnmg back William An drews of the Atlanta Falcons ano quarterback Son Jaworski of the Phiiaoeipnia Eagles. Cluo and dorse racing's Hall ol Fame ana an outstanding polo player, died of a heart attack while playing polo. He was 72. Bostwick was the first steeplechase Irainer' lo have his charges earn over SI million in a year (1962). As a sleeplechase Irainer, his horses were voted Jumper ol the Year on six . occasions-Oedipus (1950,'SI) Neil (19S5;'57, '581 and Ancestor (1959). : . : TUCSON, Ariz, -|AR). ~ University of Arizona track coach Willie Williams was lound fatally shol in'what police termed an apparent suicide. Williams, 41,.starting his ,)3!n season as • track coach at Arizona, had been hamed to coach sprinters on-the 1084- U.S. Olympic learn. He was found with a single shol in his right temple lying in an equipment shed al the school's new track (acidly, said campus police : Sgl. Sam Ragland. "He was still clutching" a ,38-caliber revolver special, Ragland said. BOCA RATON, Ra, (AP) - Jules Bender, the leading scorer on Long Island University's basketball team that won 43 straight games in Ine 1930s, died ol cancer Wednesday al the age of 67. ,- .- .-...• Transactions By The Associated Preu BASEBALL American League SEATTLE. MARINERS-Sent Gary Gray, lirst baseman, lo Salt Lake City ol Ihe Pacific Coast League. FOOTBALL Natlml Football Ltigue NEW-- -YORK GIANTS-Announced the •L'signatioh ol Jim Williams, strengthening rind conditioning coach. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS.-Signed Robert Bolar, defensive end',- Derrick Martin, cor- •nerback; and Ron Jones and Tyrone Justin, defensive backs. HOCKEY • National Hockey League ' QUEBEC NORDIOUES-Recalleo Lee Norwood, delenseman. from the Freoer.clon 6 xpress ol Ihe American Hockey League COLLEGE ' MARYLAND- Named. Bobby Rost • to football coach. ST.LOUIS-Announced the resignat ;-i Won Ekker, head basKetuall coach, elf,- • .June 30. GENERAL lif. fAPl - Eowarc Braflley 68. New Mexico 5J. 6] RofidaSI.75,Stlo«i574 .. NAPA, Calif. (Ted) McNully, a former quarterback for ih? New England Patriots and mo. ana Univer sily, was killed when his car ran off a rural road into a ditch ana struck a barbeo wire fence, the California Hignway Patrol iaio He was 30. McNully of Larkspur. CaM, was decapitated when his head broke through a car window ano was sliced a, me fence. Of !;cer Jonn Muff said. McNully was crafteo ou> of collese in 1973 by the Cincinnati Bengals PALM BEACH, Fit. (API - George H "Pete" BOStwick. a member ol the Jocke* Sports on TV Friday ' iVENINQ 6:00 CD SUPER BOWL IX .HK1HUOHT8 "1975: Pittsburgh Steelers V§. Minnesota Vikings" 6:30 (D SPORTS CiNTiR O NBA BASKETBALL Atlanta HawKs vs. Philadelphia 76ers 7:00 CD COLLEQC BASKETBALL REPORT QD NBA BASKETBALL Chicago Bulls vs. Washington 7'30 CD COLLEQE FOOTBALL ",198? Senior 69^1, preview" : ' ' ••- '" '' : '" ' (D FI8 WORLD CUP SKIING "Men's 9Q'Meter Jumping" from St. Nizier. France. 9:30 ©SPORTS CENTER 10:00 (D CQUfOE BASKETBALL San Francisco 91 Pepperdine (Sports. Center at halltime.) Bos- 12:00 (T) GOLF "Pro Celebrity Series" Bruce Forsyth and Lee Trevino vs. Michael Medwin and Fuzzy Zoeller ; 1:00 CD SUPER BOWL IX HIGHLIGHTS "1975: Pittsburgh Steelers Vs. Minnesota Vikings!' Saturday MORNING 5:00 ® FLYING DISC "1981 World J-rlsbee Championships: Canine Competition" CD SPORTS CENTER 7:00 CD COLLEGE BASKETBALL San Francisco at Pepperdine 9:00 CD SPORTS CENTER 9:30 CD COLLEGE BASKETBALL REPORT 10*00 CD BEST OF THE NFL "ie/7 AFC Sudden-Death Playoff: Baltimore Colts Vs. Oakland Raiders" 10:30 CD THEIR DEEDS AND DOGGED FAITH A retrospective |ook at some NFL Hall of Famers. , , r 11:00 CD SPORTS CENTER PLUS AFTERNOON 12:00 O SORTEO DEL MUNDIAL CD COLLEGE FOOTBALL "Senior Bowl" from Mobile, Alabama. 1:00 O COLLEGE BASKETBALL Rice at Baylor 1:46 CDDEPORTESDEQALA 2;30 O FUTBOL INTERNACIONAL Cobre Uoa (Chile) vs. Penarol (Uruguay) • 3*00 0 BOB HOPE DESERT CLASSIC Coverage of the third round 01 one of golf's top events (live from the jndian Wells Country Club In Palm Springs, Calif.). CD SPORTS CENTER PLUS 3'3Q CD NFL QAME OF THE WEEK "AFC Cnsmplonshlp Game 1 ' 4:00 WIPE WORLO OF SPORTS The Harlem Globetrotters In exhibition at Walt Disney World (from Orlando, Fla-); World Cup Poyvnhill Skiing (from Kitebuehl, Austria) CD COLLEQE BASKETBALL Cincinnati at l-ouisville ~ SOCCER MADE IN OER> |Y New York Cosmos vs THE IN AMERICA! MOC ^~^^^^immf^ r poot* mav not b«f»activM|inown, Factory Impirlecli comMrt it $100,00iM up. HiM MUl In El Fill Jixpi . Levls & wranglers Penlm jeans • Belts • western Hats Shirts • Boot Polish t son Whfrf Th« Best Sells Per kess! GO'EVERYWHERE 1003 Avtnut P Dtl Rio 776*9313 ton vs. Boston College OWRESTLI

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