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y DEC 161988 ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH FRIDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1988 SPORTS FOR THE RECORD I T Vi . Ml r NHL Standings CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division W L TPtl. GF OA Detroit BLUES Toronto Minnesota Chicago 17 9 11 U 11 18 9 16 38 127 114 21 W 24 100 133 23 94 114 20 125 152 19 Smythe Dlvlilon W L TPtl. 6F GA Calgarv 21 5 Los Angeles 20 11 Edmonton 18 11 I, Winnipeg 13 10 Vancouver 12 15 5 47 136 83 1 41 170 130 3 5 5 39 154 128 31 122 29 109 119 106 WALES CONFERENCE Adams Division W L TPtV GF GA Montreal Boston Hartford Buffalo Quebec 19 9 12 12 13 15 12 17 44 131 104 32 103 95 27 107 102 26 107 132 10 20 22 111 149 Patrick Division W L TPts. GF GA Pittsburgh NY Rangers Washington Philadelphia New Jersey NY Islanders 17 11 16 12 15 12 14 17 11 14 7 21 2 36 141 131 4 4 2 5 36 127 34 108 30 126 , 27 101 2 16 89 127 THURSDAY'S GAMES Hartford at St. Louis, night - Washington at Philadelphia, night Edmonton at Boston, night Montreal at Quebec night ., Toronto at New Jersey, night Pittsburgh at NY Islanders, night Buffalo at Minnesota, night Vancouver at Calgarv, night " WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS NY Rangers 2, NY Islanders 1 Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 4 'Edmonton 8, Toronto 2 ; Chicago 4, Hartford 3 Winnipeg 4, Buffalo 3 TODAY'S GAMES (St. Louis Times) Los Angeles at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Calgary at Vancouver, 9:35 p.m. SATURDAY'S GAMES . Chicago at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Quebec at Boston, 12:35 p.m. .New Jersey at NY Islanders, 6:05 p.m. Detroit at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m. Edmonton at Hartford, 6:35 p.m. NY Rangersat Montreal, 7:05 p.m. Philadelphia at Toronto, 7:05 p.m. Winnipeg at Washington, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Minnesota 7:35 p.m. NHL Summaries ' - (WEDNESDAY) :, Blackhawks 4, Whalers 3 Hartford . 11 03 , Chicago l I 14 First Perlod-1, Chicago, Savard 13 (Murray, Valve), 6:13 (pp). 2, Chicago, Graham 12 (Larmer, Sa- 1: 1 vard), 10:42. 3, Hartford, Dlneen 16 (Ferraro, Jennings), 12:19. 4, Hartford, Babych 2 (Young, Tippett), 16:38 (pp). Penalties-Martin, Har .. , , (high-sticking), 1:21; Tippett, Har , . (hooking), 6:03; Jennings, Har, double minor (roughing), 15:31; Sutter, Chi, double minor (charging, . . roughing), 15:31; Graham, Chi (holding), 15:45; Turgeon, Har .- (hooking), 17:39. " Second Period-5, Chicago, Presley 6 (Pang), 13:24 (sh). 6, Hartford, C.Wilson 10, 17:36 (pp). Penalties-:' Samuelsson, Har (roughing), 8:31 Larmer, Chi (holding), 12:38; La-douceur, Har (roughing), 15:40; i . Martin, Har (roughing), 15:40; Manson, Chi (roughing), 15:40; Graham, Chi (charging), 15:40; Konroyd,Chi (high-sticking), 15:40; Dineen, Har (Interference), 18:34. Third Period-7, Chicago, Presley 7 (Manson, Thomas), 2:17. Penal- - ties- Quennevllle, Har (hooking), i.r ,4:36; Jennings, Har, major (fight- Tng), 5:59; Sanlpass, Chi, maior '' (fighting), 5:59; Martin, Har, double -.-. major-game misconduct (high-" sticking, fighting), 10:05; Murray, Chi, double minor-major (instigator, fighting), 10:05; Dineen, Har (slashing), 19:49; Manson, Chi (slashing), 19:49. - Shots on goal-Hartford 10-13-3-26. Chicago 18-10-12-40. Power-play Opportunities Hartford 2 of 3; Chicago 1 of 7. Goalies Hartford, Liut, 5-l(H (40 shots-36 saves). Chicago, Pang, 8-9-3 (26-23). A 14,279. Referee-Kerry Fraser. Linesmen-Dan Schachte, Brad Lazarowich. Oilers 8, Maple Leafs 2 Edmonton 4 3 18 Toronto 1 1 0-2 ,Flrst Perlod-1, Edmonton, Carson 26 (Lacombe, Adams), 2:10. 2, Toronto, Laughlin 5 (Fergus, Secord), 5:38. 3, Edmonton, Carson 27 (Kurrl, Huddy), 8:49 (pp). 4, Edmonton, Buchberger 4 (Joseph, Messier), 11:07. 5, Edmonton, Tlk-kanen 19 (Kurri), 14:21 (sh). Penal-ties-Salming, Tor (tripping), 7:29; McClelland, Edm (tripping), 13:59. Second Period-6, Edmonton, Kurrl 22 (Messier), 9:31 (pp). 7, Toronto, CMczyk 17 (Osborne, Gill), 13:57 i (pp). 8, Edmonton, Tikkanen 20 (Kurri, Carson), 16:47. 9, Edmonton, Kurrl 23 (Tikkanen), 19:47. i Penaltles-Muni, Edm (Interference), :13; Osborne, Tor (elbow- 1 ing), 8:59; Beukeboom, Edm (trlp- ping), 10:38; Messier, Edm, maior-game misconduct (high-sticking), 11:19. i Third Period-10, Edmonton, Acton f 8 (Tikkanen, Kurrl), 16:32. Penal- ties Kordic, Tor, malor-game i misconduct (cross-checking), :22; McClelland, Edm (unsportsmanlike conduct), 4:15; Curran, Tor, ml- 1 nor-mlsconduct (unsportsmanlike ; conduct), 4:15; Salming, Tor (hold-', Ino). 9:07; Lacombe, Edm (hold- j Ing), 10:18; Adams, Edm, miscon- -duct. vi: b; gi , lor, misconaucr, 10:18; Marsh, Tor (unsportsmanlike conduct), 19:12. Shots on ooal Edmonton 6-12-12 30. Toronto 10-15-5-30. Power-plav ODoortunit es Edmonton 2 ot i Toronto 1 of 6. Goalies-Edmonton, Ranford, 10-3-1 (30 shots-28 saves). Toronto, Reese, 0-1-1 (18-" lll.Wregget (0:00 third, 12-11). A-16,056. Referee-Bob Mvers. Lines-men-Ray Scapinello, Ron . Asselstine. Jets 4, Sabres 3 Buffalo 1 2 0-3 Winnioea 1 1 First Period 1, Buffalo, Hogue 7 . (Hartman, Maguire), 10:24. 2, Win- ' . nioeg, Hawerchuk 13, 13:57 (sh) , Penalties Kyte, Win, maior-game ' misconduct (h ah-st ck no), 11:20; Buffalo bench, served by Sheppard (too manv men on ice), 15: iy. Second Period 3, Winnipeg, Ashton -11 (Eiynuik, Hawerchuk), 5:53 . (pp). 4, Buffalo, Turgeon 14 ' (M.Donnellv,Houslev),9:30 pp) r Winnipeg, Duncan 8 (McBain, Tag-' llanetti),9:54. 6, Buffalo, Housley 13 (Naper. Turoeon), 11:33. penal- ties-Ruuttu, Buf (hooking), 4:04; Boschman, Win (hooking), 8:13; Ashton. Win itriDDino), 16:15. Third Period-7, Winnipeg, McBain 18 (Hawerchuk, Olausson), ra, Penalties Carlvle, Win (Interfer ence), 1:04; Arnlel, Buf (hooking), 10:26. Shots on goal-Buffalo 12-7-18-37. WinniDeo 14-8-1234. Power-plav ' Opportunities-Buffalo 1 of 4; Win nipeg 1 ot i. Goones outtaio, Cloutler, 2-8-0 (34 shots-30 saves) Winnioeo. Reddick. 6-3-4 (37-34) A- 10,475. Referee-Mike McGeough. Linesmen Randy . Mitton, Jerry Pateman. -u Rangers 2, Islanders 1 U V Iclnnrforc 0 1 0 1 NX Rangers 0 2 0-1 First Period-None. Penalties- SandStrom, NTK umerrerenw, 7:23: Sutter. NYI (tripping), 9:38; : Kromm, NYI (tripping), 11:53; r DeBlols, NYR (high-sticking) ion Second Period-1, N.Y. Islanders, unni i iwuliind. Sutter). 12:53. m v Qnnaor. Oarodnick 3 (Hardy, Petit), 14:15. 3, N.Y. Rangers, Mul len 15 (Ogrodnick, Lawton), 14. cm;,itter. NYI (holding), 46; Granato, NYR (holding), 1:1 c.ttar. NYI (hookina). 6:30; Mor row. NYI (cross-checking), 7:46; ... i n nyb (triDDlnal. 9:10; Nv- lund, NYI, malor-game mlscon-: duct (hioh-stlcklng), 15:16; Jons- , son, NYI (slashing), 16:49, rwnrinirir.NYR is asn ng), io:. Third Period-None. Penalties-Ma-lonev, NYR (holding), 3:49; Granato, NYR (tripping), SOT; Smith, " NYI, served by Helminen (rough-ving), 11:56; Lawton, NYR (interfer-nr. 11:56: LaFontalne, NYI ckn n nnni N Y. I slander s 7-8-9 24. N.Y. Rangers 17-12-11-40. Pow- rji nu noDoriun Ties landers 0 of 6; N.Y. Rangers 0 of r.nntt N Y Islanders, Smith, 7-0 (40 shots-38 saves). N.Y Rang ers, VoreiesbfoucK, iw-j ." n ioa offeree Rob Shick - Llnesmen'-Kevln Collins, Mike Cv. Penguins 5, Kings 4 Los Angeles 1 1 14 Pittsburgh (4 1-5 First Perlod-1, Los Angeles, Du-guay 4 (DeGray, Allison), 3:00. Z Los Angeles, Allison 7 (Duchesne, . Duguav), 7:47. Penalty-Coffey, Pit (holding), 11:12. Second Perlod-3, Pittsburgh, Lemleux 29 (Errey), 1:10 (sh). 4, Pittsburgh, Errey 10 (Lemleux), 12:27. 5, Pittsburgh, Cunnevworth 16 (Qulnn, Hllller), 12:42. 6, Los Angeles, DeGrav 5 (Allison), 16:31. 7, Pittsburgh, Bourque 10 (Hannan, Lemleux), 19:41. Penalties Bour-aue, Pit (holding), :39; Zalapskl, Pit (holding), 4:20; Hamel, LA (holding), 8:35; Coffey, Pit (holding), 10:26; Hllller, Pit (Interference), 13:21; Baumgartner, LA (high-sticking), 16:16; Loney, Pit (high-sticking), 16:16; Hannan, Pit (crosschecking), 19:49. Third Period-8, Pittsburgh, Lemleux 30 (Bourque), 19:30 (en). 9, Los Angeles, Nlcholls 34 (Tonelli, Robltallle), 19:59 (pp). Penalties-Wallers, LA (tripping), 10:02; Baumgartner, LA, double minor (elbowing, high-sticking), 15:22; Caufeld, Pit (high-sticking), 15:22; Baumgartner, LA. maior (fight ing), 19:35; Caufeld, Pit, mlnor-ma-lor (Instigator, flohtlno). 19:35. Shots on goal Los Angeles 10-14- 15-39. Pittsburgh 7-13-5-25. Pow er-play Opportunities Los Ange les of 7; Pittsburgh o of 3. Goalies Los Angeles, Fitzpatrlck, 4-2-1 (24 shots-20 saves). Pittsburgh, Barrasso, 8-10-2 (39-35). A 16,025. Referee Terry Gregson. Linesmen Pat Dapuzzo, Leon Stickle. Blues Scoring (Through Wednesday) GP G A Pts PIM Hull 27 12 13 25 4 Zezel 33 6 18 24 17 Federko 28 8 15 23 20 Hrkac 28 9 13 22 2 G.Cavalllni 26 9 10 19 42 McKegney 27 10 6 16 29 l-Tuttle 25 7 9 16 2 Meagher 28 10 5 15 12 Paslawskl 28 8 7 15 10 Benning 21 3 9 12 37 Ronning 15 5 6 11 4 Tillev 28 0 10 10 29 Roberts 28 0 9 9 38 P.Cavallinl 28 2 6 8 65 Raglan 15 0 6 6 57 Gingras 16 1 4 5 6 Evans 11 1 3 4 8 Momesso 12 1 3 4 33 Coxe 22 0 4 4 57 l-Ewen 13 1 1 2 76 Richter 27 0 2 2 76 Bothwell 13 0 0 0 8 Riendeau 9 0 0 0 0 Millen 21 0 0 0 0 l-lniured GOALTENDING Mln. Avg W L T Millen 1189 3.23 8 9 -2 Riendeau 568 3.38 4 4 2 Shutouts -Millen (4). MISL Standings PCt. GB Baltimore Dallas .636 .455 .444 .400 .400 .300 2 4 4 4Vi Tacoma Wichita Kansas City Los Angeles San Diego 4V4 5Vi THURSDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled WEDNESDAY 3 RESULT No games scheduled TODAY'S GAMES (St. Louis Times) Los Angeles at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Baltimore at Wichita, 7:35 p.m. Tacoma at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. All-Midwest Division Team FIRST-TEAM GOALKEEPER - Kevin Johnston, St. Louis. BACKS - Steve Else, St. Louis, Ke vin Grimes, Southern Methodist, S. Eaerestle. Northwestern. MIDFIELD - Mark Santel, St. Lou- Is, John Johnson, St. Louis, Tommy Polle, Centenary. FORWARDS - Jock Lagerstedt, Quincy, Alex Umansky, Illinois State, Larry McPhail, SMU, Gregg Woodbrldge, Centenary. SECOND-TEAM GOALKEEPER Allan Adoma, Illi nois State. BACKS - Tim Collie, SlU-Edwards- vllle, Jim Garland, Quincy, K. Grinstead, Drake. MIDFIELD - David Ptek, SMU, C. Hayden, North Texas, Steve Lyons, Illinois State. FORWARD - Mark Thomas, Quln- cv, Frank Velez, Tulsa, Gary Laid-law, Eastern Illinois, David Roy, Hardin-Simmons. BASEBALL MINNESOTA TWINS - Signed catcher Lenny Webster, Infielder Frank Valdez and pitcher Jimmy Williams. HOUSTON ASTROS - Optioned pitcher Terry Wells, first baseman Mike Simms, outfielders Bert Hunter and Cameron Drew to Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS - Signed manager Roger craig to a two-vear contract extension through 1991. BASKETBALL BOSTON CELTICS - Signed guard Kevin Gamble. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS - Waived forward Pete Myers; reactivated forward Ben Coleman from Injured list. HOCKEY NHL Suspended forward Bob Pro- bert of the Detroit Red Wings three games for hitting Toronto Maple Leafs goaltender Allan Bes-ter in a game on Dec. 10. DETROIT RED WINGS - Recalled goaltender Sam St. Laurent from Adirondack of the American Hockey League. HARTFORD WHALERS - Recalled right winger Mark Reeds from Binghamton of the American Hockey League. COLLEGE HUTCHINSON C.C.- Named Glenn Percv head football coach. LOUISVILLE - Reinstated guard Keith Williams to the basketball team. MAR 1ST Announced It will move to the East Coast Conference from the Northeast Conference, beginning in the 1990-91 season. MIAMI, OHIO - Named R.C. John son athletic director. MISSISSIPPI ST. - Named Bill Clay assistant football coach. Area Results LADIES CLASSIC SCRATCH LEAGUE (At Bowl-A-Romo Lanes) Sherwood Homes 23 (Ruth Gustaf son 254-622, Jan Hell 618), Stat Cou rlers 7 Thompson-Thorberg Pro Shop 17 (bina Brenner ui-oii, Jan I ramel 633, Betts Randall 601), House-X Corporation 13 (Gail Menke 677, Monl Feeler 267-654, Deb Parashak 253-637) Bowl-A-Rama 15V5 (Sue Thread 693), Alum-A-Seal 14i (Arline Lipel 683) Gran Prix Pro Shop 18Vi (Peg Kamoscnroeaer 265-246-224-735, Tina Savio 689), Fowl-Line Lounge l m June Petit 268-608 Bud Light 23 (Jo Maher 610), Survant Heating ixCoolling 7 Thompson-Thorberg was the first' half champion Kirin Cup KAPALUA, Hawaii (AP) - First- round results Wednesday In the SI million Kirin Cup World Champion ship of golf, on the the 6,761-yard Ka- palua Bav Course: Eurooeon PGA def. Japan 9 3 Roman Rafferty, Europe, drew with sao Aok 1. Japan. 69-69. Gordon Brand Jr., Europe, def. Yo- shimi Niizeki, Japan, 72-72. Nobuo Serizawa, Japan, def. Mark Mouland, Europe, 71-78. Anders Forsbrand, Europe, def. Hir- osh Makina Japan, 73-77. , Jose Rivero, Europe, def. Massy Kuramoto. Japan. 69-70. Mark James, Europe, def. Tommy Nakaiima Japan, 70-74. NBA Standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Pet. GB 3 4Vi 6Vi 8V4 GB m 2V4 4 5V4 New York Philadelphia Boston .700 .545 .476 .391 .316 .263 New Jersey Charlotte Washington Central Division W Pet. Detroit 16 13 14 11 10 .762 .722 Cleveland Atlanta .636 .579 .500 Milwaukee Chicago Indiana 5 .250 10 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Pet. .667 .632 .619 .571 .333 GB 1 1 2 6Vi Denver Dallas Utah Houston San Antonio Miami .056 llVi Pacific Division W Pet. .762 .571 .526 .526 .421 .333 GB 4 5 5 7 LA Lakers Portland Phoenix Seattle Golden State LA Clippers Sacramento 16 12 10 10 8 7 4 9 .222 lOVi THURSDAY'S GAMES Utah at New York, night Detroit at Cleveland, night Golden State at Houston, night San Antonio at Seattle, night Miami at Sacramento, night WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS Boston 112, Utah 104 New Jersey 118, LA Lakers 113 (ot) Charlotte 115, Indiana 106 Atlanta 103, Philadelphia 96 Milwaukee 119, Detroit 110 Miami 89, LA Clippers 88 TODAY'S GAMES (St. Louis Times) Philadelphia at New Jersev, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Atlanta 6:30 p.m. LA Lakers at Boston, 7 p.m. Indiana at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Portland at Phoenix, 8:30 p.m. Denver at LA Clippers, 9:30 p.m. SATURDAY'S GAMES Washington at New York, 6:30 p.m. Utah at Philadelphia 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Miami, 6:30 p.m. Atlanta at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Charlotte at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. New Jersev ay Indiana 6:30 p.m. Golden State at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Chicago at Milwaukee, 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Seattle, 9 p.m. Phoenix at Portland, 9:30 p.m. NBA Summaries (WEDNESDAY) Celtics 112, Jazz 104 UTAH (104) Malone 8-20 11-14 27, Ortiz MHO, Eaton 3-4 2-6 8, Stockton 5-9 11-11 21 Griffith 8-18 4-5 21, Bailey 8-17 6-6 21 Les 1-1 2-2 4, Hansen 0-4 0-0 0, Leckner 0-4 0-2 0, Brown 0-0 0-0 0, lavaronl 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-77 36-46 104. BOSTON (1)2) McHale 6-11 7-8 19, Lohaus 4-9 OO 8. Parish 9-15 3-5 21, Johnson 2-5 0-1 4, Ainge 10-19 H) 22, Acres 3-5 1-1 7, snow 4-8 4-4 12, Lewis o-ni-2 13, pax-son 3-6 0-0 6, Grandison 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 47-89 16-21 112. Utah 18 30 27 29-104 Boston 29 30 30 23-111 3-Point goals Ainge 2, Stockton, brittitn. Fouled out None. Re boundsUtah 55 (Eaton 12), Boston 46 (Parish 15). Asslsts-Utah 23 (Stockton 16), Boston 30 (Shaw 7). Total fouls-Utah 21, Boston 28. Technicals Malone, Boston illegal aetense. a nam Hornets 115, Pacers 106 INDIANA (106) Miller 5-13 5-6 16, Williams 7-14 2-2 16, SmitS 7-11 5-5 19. Flemina XJ, 1.9 7 Long 4-17 1-1 9. Tisdale 7-17 5-5 10. Gray OO 1-2 1, Frederick 4-5 2-2 10, Skiles 3-5 1-1 7, Dreiling 1-1 0-0 2. To- lais t i-oy is-ib iuo. CHARLOTTE (1)51 TriDUCka 13-22 13-14 411. Rnmhlc 0-4 12, Hoppen 1-3 00 X Holton 2-4 0O Keia y-iv u-o ib, Chapman 2-3 0O 4, Kempton 6-9 9-10 21, Green 4-10 2-2 10, i-ureion u-z mj u, Lewis 2-8 0-0 4, Tol-bert 0-1 04 0. Totals 45-95 24-30 115. Indiana 71 it w n iiu Charotte 30 26 32 27-115 j-foini goals Miller, Trlpucka. rouiea our Long. Rebounds Indiana 41 (Williams, Tisdale 7), Charlotte 46 (Rambis 13). Assists-lndi- ana iy ismies e), Charlotte 27 (Holton 11). Total fouls Inriinnn i-nanone iy. i ecnnicais Tisdale. '440UI. Hawks 103, 76ers 96 PHILADELPHIA (96) Anderson 2-11 1-2 5, Barkley 7-14 12-13 26, Gminski 9-14 00 18, Cheeks 4-12 2-2 10, Hawkins 7-14 5-5 19, Welp 1-2 0O I Brooks 2-5 00 4, Thornton 1-6 0-0 t Henderson 4-7 0O 10. Totals 37-85 20- ATLANTA (103) Levingston 2-6 5-6 9, Wilkins 11-25 8-8 30, Malone 7-16 8-8 22, Rivers 3-8 4-4 iu, ineus 6-15 4-4 16, Battle 3-9 1-2 7, Webb 0-1 0-0 0. Carr 3-5 2-2 8. Tnihsrt 0-0 1-2 1, Ferrell 0-2 0O 0. Totals 3507 JJ-J6 IU3. Philadelphia 19 30 16 11 96 ATiantO 22 34 27 20-103 3-Point goals-Henderson 2. Fouled out None. Rebounds Phllndplnhin 51 (Barkley 16), Atlanta 54 (Malone iw. assists rmiaoeiphio 21 (Bark ley 8), Atlanta 15 (Rivers 6). Total fouls-Philadelphia 30, Atlanta 19. A I MZ6. Bucks 119, Pistons 110 MILWAUKEE (119) Cummings 7-14 5-5 19, Krvstkowlak 4-7 5-6 13, Sikma 3-13 4-4 10, Moncrief 5-13 64 16, Pressey 4-7 1-2 9, Humphries 8-14 4-4 21, Pierce 6-12 7-8 19, Breuer 2-3 0-0 4, Roberts 1-4 0O Z Mokeski 2- 3 2-2 6TOtalS 42-90 34-37 119. DETROIT (110) Dantlev 8-11 60 22. Mahorn 3-8 3-4 9. Laimbeer 6-9 7-7 19, Dumars 6-11 5-7 17, Thomas 7-20 6-8 20, Edwards 1-5 0- 0 2, Salley 2-5 1-1 5, Johnson 2-7 0-0 4, winiams u-u u-u u, Roaman 5-6 l-l 12. Totals 40-82 29-36 110. Milwaukee 32 33 24 30-119 Detroit 37 21 30 22-110 3-Point goals-Humphries, Rodman. Fouled out None. Rebounds Milwaukee 43 (Cummings 8), Detroit 56 (Laimbeer 12). Assists-Mllwaukee 26 (Humphries 6), Detroit 22 (Thomas 12). Total fouls Milwau kee ii, Detroit 28. Technicals Krvstkowiak, Sikma, Humphries. A-2 1,454. Nets 118, Lakers 113 LA LAKERS (113) Worthy 11-25 4-5 26, Green 5-10 00 11, Abdul-Jabbar 1-7 3-4 5, Campbell 2-5 2- 4 6, Johnson 13-20 9-11 35, Cooper 5-9 1-2 14, Woolridge 3-5 2-6 8, Thompson 3- 8 2-3 8, Lamp M 0-0 0. Totals 43-89 a-Ji 1 13. NEW JERSEY (118) Hinson 9-17 13-15 31, B. Williams 10-13 2-3 22, Carroll 7-10 1-2 15, Conner 4-14 1-2 9, Mceee 2-7 0-0 4, Morris 7-14 2-2 17, Hopson 3-6 4-4 10, Bagley 4-10 2-2 10. Totals 46-91 25-30 118. Los Angeles 29 30.21 25 7-113 New Jersev 17 17 25 27 11-118 3-Point goals Cooper 3, Green, Mor ns. Fouled out None. Rebounds- Los Angeles 49 (Green 10), New Jer sey 59 (Carroll 19). Assists-Los Angeles 22 (Johnson 9), New Jersey 22 (Conner 10). Total fouls Los Ange les 20, New Jersey 25. Technical-New Jersey illegal defense. A 20,049. Heat 89, Clippers 88 MIAMI (89) Long 3-8 9-12 15, Grov 2-5 0-0 4, Cummings 7-12 1-2 15, Edwards 6-17 00 12, Sparrow 2-9 0O 4, Thompson 7-8 1-2 15, Sundvold 7-10 00 14, Seikolv 1-4 2-4 4, Hastings z- u-u 4, Wheeler 1-2 0-0 Z lOiaiS X-IV I3-2UB9. LA CLIPPERS (88) Manning 11-14 1-4 23, Norman 6-11 3-4 15, Kite 0-2 0O 0, Dailey 6-19 9-10 21, Grant 5-10 0-1 10, Williams 0-3 0O a Nixon 1-6 1-2 3, Benjamin 3-5 6-6 1Z won i-i im 4, tonarezick 0-10-0 0, Garrick 0-2 00 0.Totals 34-75 20-27 88. Mioml 13 30 19 17-09 l a. nippers zs 19 n 1688 i-ouiea out-None. Rebounds Miami 45 (Long 8), Los Angeles 51 (Beniamin 9). Assists Miami 22 (Sparrow 9), Los Angeles 23 (Man ning, nixon bi. Total fouls Miami a los Angeles 18. A-7,703. College Scores (WEDNESDAY) I EAST Alderson-Broaddus 89, Davis & El- Kins 86 Bloomfield 62, Wm. Paterson 61 Buffalo 90, Mansfield 80 CCNY 107,MedgarEvers73 Delaware 59, West Chester 49 Fairleigh Dickinson 75, Cent. Con necticut St. 74 Georgetown 91, Oral Roberts 75 lona 80, Southampton 40 Jersey City St. 69, Montclalr St. 52 La Salle 78, St. Peter's 74 Lock Haven 97, Concordia, N.Y. 71 Massachusetts 84, Lowell 60 Roberts Weslevan 91, Fredonia St. 78 Salem, W.Va. 87, Lake Erie 69 Syracuse 135, U.S. International 93 SOUTH Coppln St. 75, Md.-Baltlmore County 61 Florida St. 87, South Alabama 82 Florida Tech 75, Coll. of Charleston 60 Furman 97, Newberry 82 Hampden-Sydnev 86, Newport News 6U Marshall 104, Ohio U. 93 Tampa 93, Webber 73 MIDWEST Calvin it Northwd, Mich. 60 Capital 53, Baldwin-Wallace 49 (ot) Chicago 59, Concordia, III. 57 DePaul 120, American U. 85 E. Michigan 90, Cleveland St. 68 Eureka 92, Iowa Weslyn 62 Indiana 105, Ark.-Llttle Rock 77 Iowa 102. Cent. Florida 68 McKendree77,NE Illinois 61 Ohio St. 103, Nebraska 76 Shawnee St. 98, Urbana 93 St. Xavier 88, Trl-State 42 Tiffin 70, Bluffton 66 Wis.-Eau Claire 84, Wls.-Rlv. Falls 52 Wisconsin 89, Denver 39 Wittenberg 78, Otterbein 59 SOUTHWEST Houston 75, Toledo 58 SOUTHWEST Houston 75, Toledo 58 WEST Montana 86, Montana Tech 53 N. Mex. Hiahlands 82. Peak 77 Wyoming 81, Colorado 68 College Summaries Men NE ILLINOIS 39 rt-ti McKENDREE 34 43 - 77 NUK I MtAStfcRN ILLINOIS - Asniow 1, Foley 1, 0'Loughlin 1 At. sodes 11, Patton 12. Davis 20. Roil. ey 4, Donaldson 6, Mantis 4. FG 22 ( I J-DOint FG . FT 16. PF 27 McKENDREE - Randle 5, Wilks 20, Dancy 4, Robinson 4, Brown 12, Joe 13, Schwartz 8. Toles 11. FG 23 13 3- puinii-uj,!-i a, ft- IB. Women NEW ORLEANS 24 H- MISSOURI 31 22-53 NEW ORLEANS - Johnson 8, Hall o, upsnaw io, Lynn to, Middleton 2, Dresson t, waiKer i wniteneaa 4. FG22,FT8,PF22. MISSOURI - Bax I Prophete 11, Lisa Sandbothe 13, Jorgenson 4, Brooks 13, Yancey 7, Primus 3. FG 19, FT 15, PF 20. High School Summaries (WEDNESDAY) (Boys) NON-CONFERENCE S. CO. TECH 20 18 13 17-68 YESHIVA 2 11 3-9 SOUTH COUNTY TECH - Kretzer 8, Smith 8 (5 assists, 5 steals), DeMath 24 (5 steals), Bell 10, Flovd 8, Caffey 2, Barbour 8. FG-31 (2 3-polnt FG) FT-4 PF-5. YESHIVA - Needle 2, Fink 2, Dimbert 3,Llvlts2.FG-4FT-lPF-4. HEALTH CRS. 4 10 6 14- 34 ROOSEVELT 21 39 33 32-125 HEALTH CAREERS - Thomas 5, Littleton 11, Randell 4, Pepper 4, Richmond 4, Brown 4, Ebans 2. FG-12 (1 3-pointFG) FT-9PF-18. ROOSEVELT - Clark 7, Michael Brown 15, Smith 17, Collins 1Z Breeding 15, Parker 14, Spears 4, Cole 12, Cornelius Brown 17, Archie Williams 2, Brimmer 4, Terrell Williams 6. FG-52113-point FG) FT-18PF-12. (Girls) CAHOKIACONF. WATERLOO 2 5 11 15-33 CARLYLE 32 17 21 11-82 WATERLOO - Bailey 8, Davis 19, Overby 4, Kruse 2. FG-14 (3 3-point FG) FT-2 PF-18. CARLYLE - Alexander 12 (8 assists, 5 steals), Buchele Z DuHasek 5, Fro-zier Z Haake 6, Hanke 1Z Knutt 8, Obermieir 5, Rakers 14, Rudolphl 12 (19 rebounds , Sorehe 4. FG-34 3 3- point FG) FT-11 PF-7. GATEWAY ATHLETIC CONF. FT.ZUM.S. 6 4 5 1 -16 DUCHESNE 25 11 17 23 - 87 FT. ZUMWALT SOUTH - Hecht 8, Klouse 5, Wilson Z Harding 1. FG-7 FT-2 PF-9. DUCHESNE - Moore 2, Pryor 10, Schultehenrich 18 (6 assists), Kelly 8 (8 steals). Linsenmever Z Oo esbv 6, Schaeffer 4, Taikowskl Z Farrell 5, Keinrath 10, Christ 20. FG-40 (1 3-pointFG) FT-6PF-7. HOWELLNORTH 16 14 18 18-66 ST.CHAS.W. 6 5 9 6-26 FRANCIS HOWELL NORTH - Bushman 8, Polley 6 (7 assists), Cordes 8 10 rebounds . Williams 14. Hurt 11, McFatridge Z Crisler 6, Anderson 5, Schulte 6. FG-26 FT-14 PF-13. ST. CHARLES WEST - Dentle 1, Gross 3, Gruesbeck 15, Rice 3, Slaughter Z Slottle 2. FG-11 FT-4 PF-18. WENTZV1LLE 6 14 8 6-34 FT.ZUM.N. 2 5 13 15-35 WENTZVILLE - Farmer 10, Kusiak 14 (6 steals), Amy Martin 6, McKin-zie Z Mortiz Z Smith 0 (13 rebounds). FG-14 FT-6PF-14. FT. ZUMWALT NORTH Toledo 5, Short 2 (5 assists), Luetkenhaus 19 (5 steals). Betting 5, Stewart 4. FG-14 FT-7PF-9. NON-CONFERENCE LINDBERGH 13 13 10 13-49 U.CITY 4 IB 16 6-44 LINDBERGH - Jeske 5 (5 steals), Wittendorfer 13 (5 steals), Welp 14 (10 rebounds , Mankell Z Griffey 5, Dill Z Kramer 8. FG-16 FT-17 PF-19. UNIVERSITY CITY - Lowe Z Alex ander 10, Sawyer 5, Conley 6, Daven port 17, Wilson 2 (15 rebounds), Bell 2.FG-18FT-8PF-20. HANCOCK 4 11 8 10-33 VALLEY PARK 22 13 25 14 - 74 HANCOCK - Sue Campbell 6, uos- singer 6, Allen Z Arnold 1Z Ober- k rsch 7. FG-16 FT- PF- 5. VALLEY PARK - Brockmann Z Din-kins 16, Faulkner 7, German 10, Hawkins 13 (10 rebounds), Nicholas 26 (8 Steals). FG-32 (J J-POini l-b) FT-7 PF-14. O'FALLON 8 6 4 10-28 WESCLIN 1110 16 11-50 O'FALLON - Franklin 14, Allen 0 (5 assists), Letts 4, Humphries Z Czos- nvka 6, Manning 2. FG-14 FT-u pf-s. WESCLIN - Walters 16, Angie Rakers 0 (6 assists), Poole 1Z Landefeld 14, Cable 4, Peters 4. FG-24 FT-2 PF-7. CAHOKIA 0 4 2 1-1 LINCOLN 16 10 18 20-64 CAHOK I A - Glass Z Rav 1, Rogers 3, Dav2.FG-3FT-2PF-ll. LINCOLN - Holmes 16 (5 steals), Wiibourn 6, Anderson 8 (7 assists, 5 steals), Crosbv Z Duncan 5, Ranson 13. Bursev 3. Summerall 5, Gran berry Z Evans Z Norman Z FG-30 FT-4 PF-14. ST. JOHN'S 14 5 I 8-35 LUTHERAN 7 16 4 14-41 ST. JOHN'S - Zemcuznlkov 6 (12 rebounds), Cunningham 4, McCullough 8, Plut 4, Ford 4, McFarland 5, Auer 4. FG-15 FT-5 PF-23. LUTHERAN - House 15, Potter 7, Price Z Rau 15 (14 rebounds), Ruen- gert 2. FG-13 FT-15 PF-15. ST. DOMINIC 9 IB 8 25-60 ORCHARD FARM 19 18 17)4-68 ST. DOMI N I C - Schwendeman 2Z Mi-chele Kilrov 2. Laura Kiirov 1, Knaust 6, Sikes 14, Hardesty Z Stetson 4, Eggering 9. FG-22 (6 3-point FG) FT-10 PF-IB. ORCHARD FARM - Kemna 9 Dames 2 (11 assists), Batteiger 7 (12 rebounds), Buehrle 1Z Muckerman 24, Adams 14. FG-27 FT-14 PF-15i LEBANON 16 M 14 1-56 GIBAULT 7 13 9 15-44 LEBANON - Bohnenstiehl 13, Arbo-gast 1Z Erin McNutt 8, Willmann 14, Rutherford 5, Meyer Z Cowan Z FG- 24 FT-8 PF-18. GIBAULT - Waldron 7, Amy Klsh 8 (9 assists), Kris McMath 4, Meier 7 (10 rebounds), Jayne McMath 6. Konrad 10, Frasure Z FG-1B FT-8 PF-20. Today's High School Schedule Boys ARCHDIOCESAN ASSOC. Rosory at Aquinas-Mercy, 8 Kennedy at Ritter,7:30 DuBourgat St. Marys, :ju CAHOKIACONF. Wesclln at Breese Central, 8 Carlvle at Columbia, 8 Freeburg at Lebanon, 8 Dupoat Red Bud, 8 Marissa at Waterloo, 8 FOUR RIVERS CONF. Hermann at St. Clair, 8 New Haven at Sullivan, 8 GATEWAY ATHLETIC CONF. Ft. Zumwalt South at Duchesne. 8 Wentzville at Ft. Zumwalt North, 8 Howell at St. Charles, 8 MAGNET HIGH LEAGUE Health Careers vs. V8.P Arts at Math 8. Science, 7:30 MID-STATE CONF. Greenville at Mater Del, 8 MISSISSIPPI VALLEY CONr. O'Fallon at Highland, 8 Mascoutah at Jersewille, 8 Wood River at Roxana, 8 PUBLIC HIGH LEAGUE Roosevelt vs. Soldan at O'Fallon Tech, 7:30 Northwest at Vashon, 7:30 SOUTH CENTRAL CONF. Carlinville at Gillespie, 8 Triad at Piasa SW,B Staunton at Litchfield, 8 SUBURBAN EAST CONF. Wellstonat Affton,7:30 Jennings at Berkeley, 8 Maplewood at Clayton, 7:30 Brentwood at Hancock, B Bayless at Orchard Farm, 7:30 SOUTHWESTERN CONF. Alton at Belleville West, 8 Belleville East at East St. Louis, 8 NON-CONFERENCE Riverview Gardens at Assumption, 8 Granite City at Cahokla, 8 McCluerNorthatCBCB Parkway South at Chaminade, 8 Whitfield at Christian Academy, 7:30 De Soto at Fox, 7:30 Parkway West at Hazelwood Central, 8 Flat River Central at Herculaneum, 7:30 House Springs Northwest at Hllls-boro, 8 Webster Groves at Kirkwood, 7:30 E ureka at Lafayette, 7:30 Oakville at Lindbergh, 8 Mulberry Grove at Livingston, 7:30 Lincoln at Loveloy, 8 St. Dominic at Lutheran North, 8 Marquette at North Greene, 8 Metro at North County Tech, 8 University City at Normandy, 8 St. Charles West at Parkway North, 8 Ladueal Pattonville, 8 DeSmet at St. Louis U. High, 7:30 SteelvllleatSt. James, 8 Priory at St. John's, 7:30 Metro-East Lutheran at Venice, 7:30 Mehlvilleat Vianney.B Crystal City at North County, 8 Edwardsville at Madison, 8 Grandview at Caledonia Valley, 8 New Athens at Waltonville, 8 Windsor at West County, 8 LINN TOURNAMENT Semifinals Owensville vs. Jefferson City Blair Oaks; 6:30 Linn vs. Jefferson City Helias, 8 - Girls GATEWAY ATHLETIC CONF. Francis Howell North at St. Charles, 5 MAGNET HIGH LEAGUE Health Careers vs. V&P Arts at Math & Science, 5:45 PUBLIC HIGH LEAGUE Roosevelt vs. Soldan at O'Fallon Tech, 6 Northwest at Vashon, 6 SUBURBAN EAST CONF. Orchard Farm at Bayless, 5:30 Hancock at Brentwood, 8 Berkeley at Jennings, 5:30 Clayton at Maplewood, 5:30 ' AfftonatWellston,4 NON-CONFERENCE Gillespie at Bethalto, 8 Wentzville at Borgia, 8 Whitfield at Christian Academy, 6 Lincoln at Edwardsville, 8 Caledonia Vallev at Grandview, 8 Pattonville at Ladue, 5:30 Parkway South at Notre Dame, 4 Lindbergh at Oakville, 8 Eureka at Parkwav west, 7:30 Hazelwood East at Parkwav Central, 7:30 Kirkwood at Webster Groves, 8 Metro at North County Tech, 6 NBA Worst Starts The longest losing streaks to start the season in NBA history: 17 - Miami Heat, Nov. 5 to Dec. 12, 1988. 15 - Denver Nuggets, Oct. 29 to Nov. 25. 1949. 15 Cleveland Cavaliers, Oct. 14 to Dec. 10, 1970. 15 - Philadelphia 76ers, Oct. 10 to Nov. 10, 1972. 11 - New Orleans Jazz, Oct. 17 to Nov. 8, 1974. Fight Schedule TONIGHT At Felt Forum, New York, Alex Stew art, Brooklyn, N.Y vs. Eddie Richardson, Fort Worth, Texas, 10, heavies; Renaldo Snipes, Yonkers, N.Y., vs. Lionel Washington, Ba-kersfield, Calif., 10, heavies; Tv-rone Jackson, New York, vs. Gus- tovo Martinez, MC Allen, Texas, iu, junior lights; Seamus McDonagh, Brooklyn, N.Y., vs. Tim Tomashik, Green Bay, Wis., 10, cruisers. FRIDAY At Bally's, Las Vegas, Joe Lasisl, Las Vegas, vs. Jerry oxorooudu. Riv erside, cant., 10, light heavies. DEC. 27 At the Lee Civic Center, Fort Myers, Flo., Bobbv Czvz, Wanoaue. N.J. vs. Mike DeVlto, Cleveland, 10, light heavies. JAN. 3 At the Landmark Hotel, New Or- eons, John DuPlessis, New Or leans, vs. Tunde Foster, New York, 10, lights. JAN. 6 Site TBA, Samuth Sithnarueool, Thailand, vs. Nlco Tnomas, ndo- nesia, 12, for Sithnaruepol's IBF strawweight title. JAN. 9 At Inglewood, Calif., Sammy Fuen- tes, Loiza, P.R vs. Santos Car- dona, San Juan, 10, super lights. JAN. 10 At Harrah's Marina, Atlantic City, N.J., Tony Tnornton, Giassboro, N.J., vs. Mike Tenlev, Camden, N.J., 1Z for the vacant USBA mid dleweight title. JAN. 15 At Caesar's Tahoe, Lake Tahoe, Nev urianao Lanizaies, Laredo, Texas, vs. Frankie Duarte, Venice, Calif., 12, for tanizaies IBF bantam weight title. JAN. 20 At the Miami Jal Alai Fronton, Fred Pendleton, Philadelphia vs. Juan Nazario, San Juan, 1Z for Pendleton's USBA lighweight title; Fred Sezilla, Colombia, vs. Ed Pollard, Miami, 10, feathers. JAN. 27 At Bally's, Las Vegas, Tony Baltazar, La Puenie, cant., vs. Joe Alexan der, Philadelphia, 10, welters. FEB. 4 At Caesars Palace, Las Vegas, Lloyd Honeyghan, Britain, vs. Marlon Starling, Hartford, 11 for Hon- evghan's WBA welterweight title; Mark Breland, Brooklyn, N.Y.. vs. Thomas Molinares, Colombia 1Z welters. MARCH 6 At Reno, Nev., Rav "Boom Boom" Mancin I. Younostown. Ohio. vs. Hector "Macho" Camacho, Puerto Rico, 1Z lights. (WEDNESDAY) Boys Wrestling NJROTC 63, Southwest 9 (Quick pin: Pierre Spratt, NJROTC, heavy weight, 30 seconds) Riverview Gardens 56, McCluer 18 (Quick pin: Scott Zimmerman, RG, 11Z045 Parkway West 55, Northwest-House Springs 18 (Quick pin: Mike Rahm, PW, 14U, 1:22) McCluer North 44, Hazelwood East 24 (Quick pin: Bruce Harris, MN, 189, 0:52 Lafayette 45, Vlanney 11 (Quick pin: Brian Wilson, L. 160,1:30) Oakville 36, Mehlville 28 (Quick pin: Chad Schaeffer. M, 130. 0.57) Pattonville 38, Hazelwood West 26 Ou ck o n: Ed Ives. P. 125. 041) Hazelwood Central 60, Ritenour 11 (Quick pin: Scott Shirel, HC, 16a 1:57) Beaumont 48, Math & Science 27 (Quick pin: Carlos Filex, B, 189,0:31 Boys Swimming Clayton 94, Westminster 67 1 NFL Standings National Conf. EASTERN DIVISION W L T Pet. PFPA NY Giants Philadelphia Washington Phoenix 10 9 7 5 0 .667 338 277 .600 356 312 .467 328 367 .467 327 372 7 8 3 12 Dallas ,200 258 358 CENTRAL DIVISION Pet. PF PA x-Chicago Minnesota Tampa Bay Detroit .800 285 187 .667 378 206 .267 240 340 .267 210 292 .200 214 298 Green Bay WESTERN DIVISION W L T Pet. PF PA v-San Fran. 10 5 LA Rams 9 6 New Orleans 9 6 Atlanta 5 10 0 .667 353 256 0 .600 369 277 0 M0 302 274 0 .333 235 305 American Conf EASTERN DIVISION W Pet. PF PA -Buffalo 12 .800 315 220 .600 240 263 .533 337 301 .500 345 333 New England 9 Indianapolis 8 NY Jets 7 Miami 6 400 295 340 CENTRAL DIVISION W L T Pet. PF PA Cincinnati 11 4 10 5 9 6 0 .733 428 312 0 .667 401 337 0 .600 276 265 0 .267 296 397 Houston Cleveland Pittsburgh 4 11 WESTERN DIVISION W Pet. PF PA Seattle LA Raiders Denver San Diego .533 296 292 .467 288 326 .467 306 342 .333 207 319 .300 241 296 7 8 7 8 5 10 4 10 Kansas City Clinched division title Clinched playoff berth SATURDAY'S GAMES (St. Louli Times) Washington at Cincinnati, 11:30 a.m. New England at Denver, 3 p.m. SUNDAY'S GAMES Atlanta at New Orleans, noon Buffalo at Indianapolis, noon Detroit at Tampa Bay, noon Houston at Cleveland, noon Miami at Pittsburgh, noon NY G ants at NY Jets, noon Philadelphia at Dallas, noon Seattle at LA Raiders, 3 p.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 3 P.m. Green Bay at Phoenix, 3 p.m. LA Rams at ban Francisco, 7 p.m. MONDAY'S GAME Chicago at Minnesota, 8 p.m. (END OF REGULAR SEASON) Bowl Games (St. Louis times and television and radio information) FRIDAY.DEC.23 Independence Bowl in Shreveport, La., soutnern Mississippi vs. lex- as-El Paso, 7 p.m., knlc, cnannei 24 SATURDAY, DEC. 24 Sun Bowl In El Paso, Texas, Ala bama vs. Army, noon, kmov, Channel 4 SUNDAY, DEC. 25 Blue-Gray All-Star Classic In Mont gomery, Ala, 1 1 am- mvi, cnannei 2. Aloha Bowl In Honolulu, Washington State vs. Houston, 2:30 p.m., KTVI, Channel ZKXOK, 630 AM WEDNESDAY, DEC. 28 Liberty Bowl in Memphis, Tenn., In diana vs. South Carolina, p.m., KDNL, Channel 30; KXOX, 630 AM THURSDAY, DEC. 29 All American Bowl In Birmingham, Ala., Florida vs. Illinois, p.m. ESPN;KXOK,630AM Freedom Bowl in Anaheim, Calif. Brigham Young vs. coioraao, B p.m., knlc, cnannei 24 FRIDAY, DEC. 30 Holiday Bowl in San Diego, Wyo ming vs. Oklahoma state, 7 p.m., ESPN; KXOK, 630 AAA SATURDAY, DEC. 31 Peach Bowl in Atlanta noon, Iowa vs. North Carolina state, knlc, Channel 24 SUNDAY. JAN. 1 r.ntnr Rnwi in Jocksonv He, Fla., Georgia vs. Micnigan aiuie, i ESPN MONDAY, JAN. 2 Hall of Fame Bowl In Tampa, Fla., Louisiana state vs. Syracuse, noon, KSDK, Channel 5 Citrus Bowl in Orlando. Fla.. Clem- son vs. Oklahoma, 12:30 p.m., ktvi, channel 2 Cotton Bowl in Dallas, Arkansas vs. UCLA, 12:30 p.m., kmov, Channel 4,KMOX, 1120 AM Fiesta Bowl in Tempe, Ariz., Notre Dame vs. West Virginia, 3:30 p.m. KSDK, Channel 5; KXOK, 630 AM Rose Bowl in Pasadena, Calif., Mich igan vs. Southern California, p.m., KTVI, Channel Z KMOX, 1120 AM Sugar Bowl In New Orleans, Auburn vs. Florida State, 7:30 p.m., KTVI Channel 2 Orange Bowl in Miami, Nebraska vs. Miami (Fla.), 7:30 p.m., KSDK, Channel 5; KXOK, 630 AM SATURDAY, JAN. 14 Japan Bowl In Yokohama, Japan Hula Bowl in Honolulu, ESPN SUNDAY, JAN. 15 East-West Shrine Classic In Stan ford, Calif., 1:30 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 21 Senior Bowl in Mobile, Ala., noon, KNLC, Channel 24 College Playoffs SATURDAY'S GAMES NCAA Dlv. I-AA Championship (InPocatello, Idaho) Georgia Southern (12-2) vs. Furman (12-2) NAIA Div. I ChamDlonshlD Adams State (10-2-1) at Carson-New man ( 1 1-2) The Sporting News All-America Team OFFENSE . WR - Erik Affholter, Southern California; Hart Lee Dykes, Oklahoma State. TE Walter R eves, Auburn. T - Tonv Mandarich, Michigan State; Andy Heck, Notre Dame. G - Mark Stepnoski, Pittsburgh; Steve Wisniewski, Penn State. C - Jeff Uhlenhake, Ohio State. QB - Troy Aikman, UCLA. RB Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State; Anthony Thompson, Indiana; Darren Lewis, Texas A&M. KR James Henry, Southern Mississippi. PK - Kendall Trainor, Arkansas. DEFENSE NT - Benli Roland, Auburn. DL -Tracv Rocker, Auburn; Mark Messner, Michigan; Trace Armstrong, Florida Wayne Martin, Arkansas. LB - Derrick Thomas, Alabama; Broderick Thomas, Nebraska; Percy Snow, Michigan State; Keith DeLong, Tennessee. DB Deion Sanders, Florida State; Markus Paul, Syracuse; Donnell Woolford, Clemson; Dar-rvl Henlev, UCLA. P - Keith English, Colorado. PRO FOOTBALL (Saturday) Favorite Points Underdog CINCINNATI 7V4 New England 1 (Sunday) Favorite Points PITTS. 1V4 N.ORLEANS 8 Washington DENVER Underdog Miami Atlanta Detroit Houston DALLAS NY JETS INDIANPLIS . Green Bav Seattle - Kansas City TAMPA BAY CLEVELAND Philadelphia NY GIANTS Buffalo PHOENIX LA RAIDERS SAN DIEGO 3 2V4 2 6V4 3 6 2 - 1 6 (Monday) SAN FRAN. LAKams Favorite Points Underdog MINNESOTA 7 Chicago COLLEGE BASKETBALL Favorite Points Underdog SetonHall 9V4 FORDHAM KENTUCKY 13 Bowling Grn PRO BASKETBALL Favorite Points Underdog ATLANTA 9 Milwaukee Philadelphia 2 N. JERSEY Dallas 5V4 CHARLOTTE LA Lakers 4V4 BOSTON CHICAGO 11 Indiana PHOENIX Pick Portland Denver 4 LACLIPPRS PRO HOCKEY Favorite Goals Underdog DETROIT VW Los Angeles VANCOUVR Pick Calgarv Home team in CAPS C19M Tribune Media Services, Inc. SPORTS FOOTBALL Denver Broncos tight end friend accused him of assaulting her while visiting at a friend's house, has been acquitted on a charge of battery In Aurora (Colo.) Municipal Court. Authorities said An nette Bishop of Denver told the floor from a bed during her on the face four times, pulled her hair and said he wouldn't stop assaulting her until she said she loved him. BASKETBALL i University of Houston coach Pat Foster, 49, in the third year of a four-year contract, has been signed to a three-year, roll-over contract. Foster guided his first two Cougars teams to appearances in the NCAA Tournament and the National Invitation Tournament with 18-12 and 18-13 records, respectively. Los Angeles Lakers center Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 41, will be tried Feb. 28 on two misdemeanor counts stemming from a shoving Incident at a shopping mall, according to a city prosecutor in Phoenix, Ariz. The charges stem from an April 21 run-in between an Italian tourist and the National Basketball Association's all-time leading scorer. HOCKEY A San Jose, Calif., group has land a National Hockey League expansion franchise. The target date for NHL Hockey San Jose Inc. is 1992, when a downtown arena is scheduled to be finished and the NHL's Board of Governors may be ready to expand beyond the current 21 teams. The San Francisco Bay area, with a population of 5.5 million, has been without an NHL team since the California Golden Seals became the Cleveland Barons 13 years ago. The NHL's Hartford whalers recalled former blues player Mark Reeds, a right winger, from the Binghamton Whalers of the American Hockey League because of an injury to center Dean Evason. Reeds, 28, was Bingham-ton's second-leading scorer with 28 points (13 goals, 15 assists) in 30 games. 1 John Ferguson has been tract as coach and general manager of the NHL's Toronto Maple Leafs, the Montreal News said. The newspaper said the deal will be completed as soon as Leafs owner Harold Ballard decides to and general manager Gord Stellick. Ferguson, a former star for the Montreal canadiens, was fired as general manager of the Winnipeg Jets on Oct. 30 with two years remaining on a contract that pays $200,000 a year. Forward Bob Probert of the Detroit Red Wings has been suspended for three games for hitting Toronto goal-tender Allan Bester, the NHL said. The suspension will take effect Dec. 22, unless the Red Wings waive their period of appeal. ' The Red Wings recalled goalie Sam St. Laurent from their Adirondack affiliate in the American Hockey League. St. Laurent was called up to replace Greg Stefan, whom Detroit listed as day-to-day after he injured his back at home on Monday. St. Laurent was 10-5-2 with a 3.21 goals-against average with Adirondack. He appeared in six regular-season games last year with Detroit, posting a 2-2-0 record and a 3.27 goals-against average. The Minnesota North Stars have traded center Ste-phane Roy to the Quebec Nordiques for future considerations, the NHL team said. Roy was the North Stars' first choice in the 1985 draft, the 51st pick overall. He had five goals and eight assists in 21 games for the Kalamazoo (Mich.) Wings this year. ; BASEBALL Frank Mormino as resigned as St. Louis University's baseball coach, athletic director Joe Yates announced. Mormino, 66, who took over the program in August 1987, will stay on as a volunteer assistant coach, a position he had held previously, Yates said. . In his one season, Mormino led the Billikens to an 11-29 record. BOXING Mike Tyson will defend his world heavyweight championship Feb. 25 against Britain's Frank Bruno at the Hilton Hotel in Las Vegas, Nev., it was formally announced Thursday. The fight has been postponed five times the first date was in June in London's Wembley Stadium. GOLF Steve Pate tied a course record with an 8-under-par 64, pacing the United States Professional Golfers Association team to a four-win, two-tie match performance against Europe and a nine-point lead through two rounds of the $1 million Kirin Cup World Championship of Golf in Kapalua, Hawaii. Pate cruised by 10 strokes over Europe's Gordon Brand on Thursday's tour of the 6,761-yard Kapalua Bay course. Charges Reduced To Negligent Homicide ; PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) Detroit Lions defensive end Reggie Rogers was ordered Thursday to stand trial pw reduced charges of negligent homicide in a traffic accident in which three teen-agers died, officials said. a At a preliminary hearing in 50th District Court, Judge Christopher C. Brown bound Rogers over to Oakland County Circuit Court to stand trial on three counts. of negligent homicide, criminal clerk Lawanda Tate said. Rogers remained free on $10,000 personal bond. No trial date was set, Tate said. Rogers had been charged on three counts of involuntary manslaughter in the Oct. 20 crash in downtown Pontiac. Conviction on any of the charges carried up to 15 years in prison. But the reduced charges meant Rogers faced a maximum two-year sentence if convicted of any of the three counts, said his attorney, Elbert Hatchett Robin Reese, 18, testified Thursday that she was with Rogers at the time of the crash, and that he had been drinking beer while driving, Hatchett said. Reese said Rogers was speeding to catch up with Devon Mitchell, -a Lions teammate who was driving a car ahead of him. ; Police allege that Rogers' Jeep Cherokee ran a red light and slammed into another vehicle and that his blood alcohol level was .15, which is above the legal limit in Michigan. Kenneth J. Willett, 19, of Drayton Plains and two cousins visiting from Versailles, Mo., Kelly Ess, 18, and Dale R. Ess, 17, died in the accident. Hatchett said he was considering requesting a change of venue because of publicity surrounding the case. Giants Give Craig f Pact Through 1991 i SAN FRANCISCO (AP) Roger Craig signed to continue managing the San Franciso Giants through 1991 under a two-year contract announced Thursday by gen eral manager Al Rosen. Craig, 58, led the team to the National League Western Division Championship in 1987 and has an overall record of 262-242 as manager. The Giants finished fourth in 1988 with an 83-79 record. J Since taking over on Sept 18, 1985, Craig has posted $ .520 winning percentage, the highest of any Giants man ager since Clyde King's .534 mark in 1969 and 1970. Craig placed third in the 1986 Manager of the Year balloting among members of the Baseball Writers' Association of America. He was named Associated Press man: ager of the year for 1987. ' SHORTS Orson Mobley, whose girl them Mobley pushed her to an argument in October, hit kicked off a campaign to ' offered a three-year con dismiss coach John Bropny

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