The Republic from Columbus, Indiana on November 21, 1979 · Page 19
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Sports Scoreboard Television 'WwtS ttltitm Kid MUm,, ,,. M Hm MwmitkM m tilKnlt Htt4 Iht ttirtirn tlmtt litM in TV Sporti tra "T " rtltact ttx Ktuil iiirtioi tin, ihi tvtnl. Today 1:00 Q Hlh School Basketball Pike Red Devils vs Speedway Spark plugs Thursday 100 O OD NFL Today 12:30 Q OD NFL Football Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions 3:15 O OD NFl Today 3:30 O Off) NFL 79 4:00 O Q OB NFl Football Houston Oilers at Dallas Cowboys Friday 12:00 Q 03 ffl NCAA Football Florida State at Florida 1.00 O IHSA Football "Class IA Championships" 3:00 O 03 ffl NCAA Football Teias Tech at Houston 7:30 Q NBA Basketball Boston Celtics vs. Indiana Pacers 1:30 O IHSA Football "Class 3A Championships" Basketball NBA Standings Eastern Cenftrtncv AHantta OivliKn W L Pel. CB Bolton 12 4 .750 - Philtdtlphk 13 I U4 V, Washington 7 .513 3Vi NawYork t 10 474 4Vi NawJarwy 7 11 3t9 t Cantral Dlvtalaii W L Pet. GB, Atlanta 1 7 450 - San Antonio 1 1 9 Houiton f I 550 529 2 2V4 5 6 6Vi Indiana Cleveland 8 12 400 7 13 .350 Detroit 5 12 294 Wat tarn Canfaranca Mldwait DlvWan W L GB Milwaukee 13 S 722 - Kansas City Denver Chicago Utah 10 II 476 4"i 7 14 333 7v S 16 238 9"i 2 17 I0S HVi Pacific Division W L Pel. GB Portland Los Angeles Seattle Phoenix Golden State It t 14 t 12 7 17 8 727 - 700 1 637 !"i 600 3 9 10 474 S'fi San Diego 9 12 429 tvi Tuesday's Results New York 130. Houston 125 (of) Atlanta 109. Detroit 105 Cleveland 119, Utah 107 Philadelphia 118, San Antonio 114 Denver 124. Chicago 91 Kansas City 112. Golden State 109 Portland 1 14, Los Angeles 99 San Diego 117, Phoenix 110 Wednesday's Games New Jersey at Boston Cleveland at Washington Utah at Detroit Philadelphia at Houston New York at Indiana San Diego at Denver Atlanta at Milwaukee Kansas City at Phoenix Los Angeles at Seattle Thursday's Games Milwaukee at New Jersey Golden State at Cleveland NBA Boxes Tuesday's Results At San Diego PHOENIX (110) Davis II 1-1 23, Robinson 7 1-1 IS, Adams 1 1 0-0 22, Buse 4 2-2 11, Westphall 9 3-3 21, Scott 3 0-06, Bratl 2 2-2 6, Kramer 1 0-0 2, Heard I 0-0 2, High 0 0-0 0, Cook I 0-0 2 Totals: 50 9-9 110. SANOIESO (117) Weatherspoon 3 0-0 6, Bryant 3 0-0 6, Na-ter 3 04 1, Taylor 9 7-8 28, Williams 13 0-0 27, Wicks 2 2-3 6. Free 9 8-10 26, Smith 1 0-0 12. Totals: 48 17 21 117 Phaenlx 31 1( 34 37-110 SanDlega 25 35 23 34-n; Three point goals Buse, Taylor 3, Wll Hams. Fouled out-None. Total fouls-Phoenix 22, San Diego 20. Technical- Taylor. Robinson. A 6,992 At Portland LOS ANGELES (99) C hones 4 3-4 II. Wilkes 8 0-1 It. Abdul-Jabbar 1814 24, Johnson 4 1 9 15, Nixon 0 I- 2 21, Haywood 2 0-O 5, Cooper 2 3-4 7, FordO 0-0 0 Totals: 38 21-34 99 PORTLANO (114) Gross 4 0-09, Washington 3 (-9 14, Owens 12 0-0 24, Brewer 9 0-0 18, Dunn 2 0-0 4, Lucas eat 24, Twardilk 2 3-3 7, Jeelani 30-Ot, Paxson4 0-0( Totals: 48 17-18 114 Las Ane ei 1(19 3131-99 Porttaae) 17 J8 37-114 Three-point goals Johnson, Haywood, Gross. Fouled out-None Total fouls Los Angeles 18, Portland 21. Technical- Ab-dul-Jabbar A-12,646 At Atlanta DETROIT (1(5) McAdoo 10 3-4 23, Tyler 5 3-4 13. Lanier 4 4-4 12, Long 8 1-1 l7,McElroy44-5!2, Hamilton 1 4-t (, Douglas 1 1-2 13, Evans 01-21, Kelser0t-(0 Money 2 221. Totals: 40 2S-30 105. ATLANTA (109) Drew 1) 0-0 24, Roundfleld 3 3-3 9, Rollins 3-0-0 1, Hill 3 3-3 9, Johnson 9 4-4 22, Fur low 3 0-0 t, Hawes 4 3-3 II, McMillan 3 0-0 t, Crist 5 04 10, Glvens 3 0-0 1 Totals : 48 13-14 109. Dttratt HM Jt-105 Atlanta - Fouled out-Rollins, Lanier. Total fouls -Detroit 24, Atlanta 78 A-9.031. At Richfield, O. UTAH (') Hardy 4 4-4 12, Brlstow II 9-9 31, Pou-quettt 3 0-0 6, Williams II 0-0 22, Maravlch 3 1-2 7, Boone J t-7 13, Glanelll 3 0-0 6, Wakefield 0 0-00, Dawklns 3 1-2 7. Totals : 43 31-24 107. CLEVELAND " Russell 12 9-10 33, Mitchell 1 3-4 15, Lambert I 04 1 R Smith 3 2-4 8, Walker 2 4 5 8, A. Carr ( 3-4 19, Roblsch 5 4-4 14, K Carr 4 3-S 11, Wllloughby 2 34 7, W Smith 0 2-2 2, Tatum ( 0-0 0. Totals: 43 33-43 119. Utah , 74 29 25 29-107 Cleveland 23 34 29 33-119 Fouled out-Hardy. Total foult-Utah 26, Cleveland It. Technfcat-K. Carr. A- At New Yark city HOUSTON (I2S) Raid 4 1-2 9, Tomianovlch 3 4-8 10, M-lona 10 12 22 32, Henderson 3 0-0 1. Murphy 13 4-4 JO, Barry ( 3-3 19, Shumate 0 1-2 1, Leavell 6 11 13, a Jones 1 1-2 3. M. Jones 1 0-0 2 Totals 49 27 42 125 NSW YORK (N) 0mlc J 2-4 12, Knight I S-7 21, Cat-twright 12 0-0 24. Richardson I 4-1 20, R Williams 9 7 11 25. Huston I 13 4, Meriwea Iher 2 0-0 4, Copeland 5 0-1 10, Glenn 7 O0 4, 5 Williams I 2 3 4, Cleamons I o-O 2 Totals: 54 21 37 130 Hevston IS 35 21 19 0-125 New Yark 30 25 24 3a 13130 Three point goat-Huston Fouled out-Cartwright, Men weather Total louls-Houston 34, New York 31 A-J, 953 At Chicago DlNVtei ,124) McGinnls 5 4-5 14. Wilkerson a 4-5 20. Is sel 7 5-5 19. Scott 5 0 0 10. Thompson 6 9 11 21. G Johnson 2 2-2 6, Roberls 3 2 2 a, Roche 7 2-2 It, Hughes 2 0 0 4, Garland 3 0 0 6 Totals: 48 28-32 124 CHICAGO (91) Greenwood 4 0-0 8, May 2 3-3 7, Dlelrick 3 0- 0 6, Sobers 5 2 2 12. Theus 8 6 7 22. Land sbarger 6 2-4 14, O Johnson 2 0-0 4, Awtrey I (Ml 2, Smith 4 0-0 8, Beshore 3 04 8, Brown 0 0-0 0 Totals 38 1316 91 Denyer M 31 33 34-124 Chicago 31 It 19 25- 91 Three-point field goals-Beshore 2 Fouled out-None Total fouls-Denver 31, Chicago 27 A-6,495. At Kansas City GOLDEN STATE (109) Parker 52-212 Cooper 5 3 -4 13, Parish 5 0-0 10, White 7 1-2 IS. Lucas 8 2-2 IB. Ray 30 0 , Abernethy 3 2-2 8, Townsend 0 1-3 1, Short 106-6 26, Coughran 0 0-0 0 Totals 46 17 21 109 KANSAS CITY (112) Wedman 7 6-6 20, Roblmine 3 3-3 9, Lacey 8 2-2 18, Birdsong 12 3-5 27, Ford 6 8-10 20, K ing 4 0-0 8, Green 10-2 2. Grunteld 2 0-0 4, Redmond 1 2-34, McKinneyOOOO Totals 44 24 31 112 Golden State 32 24 35 28-109 Kansas City 28 22 31 3V-1 12 Fouled out None. Total fouls-Golden State 28, Kansas City 22 A-7,507 At San Antonio PHILADELPHIA 1118) Erving II 4-7 26, C. Jones 3 0-0 6, Daw-kins 11 2-424. Cheeks 44-7 12. Bibby 5 5 6 15, B Jones 5 7 8 17, Spanarkel 1 4 4 6, Riili ardson I 0-0 2. Mix 5 0-0 10 Totals 46 26 36 111 SAN ANTONIO 1114) Kenon 7 5 6 19, Olberding 4 0-0 8, Paultl 6 2-4 14, Silas 4 0-0 8, Gervln 7 8-9 22. Restani 6 0 0 13. Gale 12-2 4, Evans 9 0 0 19, Griffin 1 1- 2 3, Kiffin 2 0-0 4. Totals: 47 18-23 114 Philadelphia 24 24 40 30-118 San Antonio 26 26 31 29-114 Three point goals San Antonio, Restani, Evans Fouled out None Total fouls-Philadelphia 23, San Antonio 26 A-12.843 High School Scores Tuesday's Results Bedford-North Lawrence 75, Salem 50 Bremen 71, Triton 59 Delphi 57, Clinton Central 54 Delta 66, Muncle Burris 48 Hanover Central 72, Wheeler 64 Jasper 46, Washington Catholic 28 LaPorte 58. Knox 52 Linton 60. Eastern Greene 54 Marion Bennet 64, White's 31 Mitchell 63, Brownstown 55 Shakamak 77, North Central Sullivan 63 Shenandoah 81, Muncle North 61 Sullivan 69, North Daviess 64 Union City 51, Mississinewa Valley. Ohio 50 West Noble 93, Howe Military 44 Western Boone 55, Brownsburg SI Worthington 71, Clay City 64 Btoomlngten Soufh 38, Celumbut North 37 Cation 46, Pioneer 6S y Cheiterton 5) River Forest 4ft Clarttville ll. West Washington 78 Hauser $7, Waldron 3t - Greensburg 71, North decatur 50 Loogootee 59, Dubois 3ft Northwestern 79, Kokomo Haworth 59 South Ripley 70, Jac-On Del 6? Whiteland 60, Indian Creek 57 Junior High Boys Thursday at Northsidt Shalbyvllle A 57, Norfhtidt 55 (OT) Northside Scoring Dan O'Connor 14, Danny Daniel 30, Mark Johnson 9, Chris Dickey ft, Mike Poe 0, Eric Moeiler 4. Todd Carr 2 Thursday at Norttisidt Northstda ft 45, Shtlbyvillt 41 Northside Scoring1- Todd Moore 12, Mike Poe 9, Mike Stott 4, Jamie Horn 6 Bruce Foreman 6, Jim Olsen 2, Mark Montgomery 2, Jim Wooten 0, Mike Miller Thursday at Stwlbyville Sholbyvlll 7A 41, Northside 24 Northside Scoring Kyle Stanley 0, Jeff Adams 0, Dan Fisher 9, Scott Bland ?, Bill Bailey 0, Rusty Brvmmett 4, Tony STew-art 0, Mike Mihelick 7, Jeff Hensley 5, MlkeNulph 2, Ralph Shaw 0, Vic IngelliiO Thursday at Shalbyvillt Northsidt IA 50, Shtlbyvillt 41 Northside Scoring Ron Berkley II. Er ic Boielt 10, Chris Hogue 10, Tom Hooker I, Vince Freest 7, Mike Bulhngton 4. Shaun Johnson 0, Jeff TuttleO Tutsday at Central Central 7B 34, Southsidt 33 Central Scoring - David Apple 0, Todd Neal 4, Ed Loweth 2, Chris Bryant ft, Paul Johnson 3, Jeff Bay 4, Jim Martoccia 4 Bill Patterson 2, Craig Hosteller 9 Southside Scoring- Gary Allen I, Kerry Woodcock 3, Robert Brown 4, Dan Buck 0. Kurt Aton 4, Tony Wilson 0, Randy Jines 3. Brian Plummer I, Nick Sterling 2, Darrin Richards 2, Jeft Payton ft. Tutsday at Central Southsidt 7A 41, Central 34 Southside Scoring Jimmy Haselden 9, Randy Pruitt 4, Todd Hendrickson 6. Scott Reeve 14, Robbie Saterfield 10, Brian Tempest 0, John Hiatt 2, Darrin Richards 7, Gary Allen 0 Central Scoring Randy Roberts 2. Todd Land 9, Curtis Ballard 0, Dwight Denney 13, David McCullough 6, Jeff Ax-som 4. Previously Unrtporttd Monday At Ha user Edinburgh 9A 41, Ha user 33 Edinburgh Scoring - Allen Burton 13, Tony Camp 2, Jeff Cravens 4, Paul Canoe 12, John Yaste I, Floyd Pendleton 2, P J. Moore 0, Tracy Smith 0 Hauser Scoring - Sweet I, Webb 1, McQueen 20, Douglas 1, Meir 0, Mote 0 Edinburgh 34, Haustr 24 Edinburgh Scoring Dan Burton 0. Troy Brlddle3. P J. Moore 5, Floyd Pendleton 2, Brad Rty 0, Greg Simpson 10, Tracy Smith 0, Jeff Cravens 12, Arthur Burton 0, Todd Lee 2. Hauser Scoring - Mote 5, Douglas 1, Meir 0, Auct 2, Embry 2, Stoner 4, Coonee 6, Co0, Tedder 2 Baseball ALMVP VOTING Don Baylor, California (20) Ken Singleton, Baltimore (3) George Brett, Kansas City (2) Fred Lynn, Boston Jim Rice, Boston Mike Flanagan, Baltimore (3) Gorman Thomas, Milwaukee Bobby Grlch, Cellfornia Darren Porter, KansasCity Buddy Bell, Texas Eddie Murray, Baltimore Jim Kern, Texas Mike Marshall, Minnesota Brian Downing, California Sixlo Lezcano, Milwaukee Roy Smalley, Minnesota Willie Wilson, KansasCity Steve Kemp, Detroit Mark Clear, California 347 241 226 160 Vi 124 100 (7 58 52 48 25W 25 25 24 18 It 15 15 13 T A N K M OR. 'J., iti at. c N CfllrCklTC. A M A D Football NFL Standings American Conference 75T- East W L T Pet. PF PA Ntw England 1 4 0 607 321 221 Miami 7 5 0 583 222 172 Buffalo 6 t 0 500 233 209 NY Jets 5 7 0 417 246 286 Baltimore 4 8 0 333 192 276 Central W L T Pet. PF PA Pittsburgh 9 3 0 750 301 195 '"n 9 3 0 750 285 2 50 V ..i.and 8 4 0 66 7 289 277 Cinrinnali 2 10 0 167 256 316 West W L T Pet. PF PA San Diego 9 3 0 750 305 204 Denver 9 3 0 750 230 187 Oakland t t 0 500 266 249 Seattle t t 0 500 270 281 KansasCity 5 7 0 417 104 203 National Conference East W L T Pet. PF PA Dallas 8 4 0 667 260 225 Washington 8 4 0 667 242 211 Philadelphia 8 4 0 667 231 221 NY Giants 5 7 0 417 189 229 St Louis 3 9 0 250 231 252 Cantral W L T Pet. PF PA Tampa Bay 9 3 0 750 241 177 Chicago 7 5 0 583 235 209 Minnesota 5 7 0 417 182 258 Green Bay 4 8 0 333 183 229 Detroit 1 II o ,083 169 275 West W L T Pet. PF PA New Orleans t t 0 500 269 263 Los Angeles 6 6 0 500 222 226 Atlanta 4 8 0 333 222 270 San Francisco 1 II 0 083 234 339 Thursday's Games Chicago at Detroit. 12,30 p.m Houston at Dallas. 4 p.m, Sunday's Games Buffalo at New England, 1pm Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p m . St. Louis at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m Washington at N Y Giants, 1 p m New Orleans at Atlanta. I p m Philadelphia at Green Bay. 2pm Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p m Los Angeles at San Francisco, 4pm Miami at Baltimore, 4pm Oakland at Denver, 4pm Monday's, Game N Y Jets at Seattle, 9 pm. NFL Statistics NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Rushing alt yds avg Ig td Anderson. St L 245 1217 5 0 76 5 Payton, Chi. 271 1207 4.5 43 10 Montgomery, Phil. 261 U9t 4 6 6? 7 Bell T.B 182 909 5 0 49 t Dorset!. Dall 200 909 4 5 41 4 Punting no Ig avg Jennings N Y 80 72 43 2 D White, Del tl 73 42 I Partridge, NO 38 tl 41 8 Clark, L A 72 60 40 2 Blanchard, T.B 75 58 40.1 Punt Returns no yds avg Ig td Sclarra, Phi 12 150 12 5 38 0 Schubert, Chi 21 210 10 0 77 1 Pearson, All 12 115 9 t 60 0 Henry, Phi 29 262 9 0 34 0 Hardeman, Wash 24 207 8 1 52 0 Klckoff Returns no yds avg Ig td Henry, Phi 22 557 25 3 53 0 Owens, S F 27 680 25 2 85 1 Greeri, St. L. 27 664 24 6 1 06 I Herrell, St.L 18 437 24 3 53 0 Edwards Minn 35 818 23 4 56 0 Scoring Touchdowns td rush rec ret pts Peyton, Chi 12 10 2 0 72 Montgomery. Phil 10 7 3 0 60 Hill, Dall 9 0 9 0 54 Muncie, NO 9 9 0 0 54 Bell. T B 8 t 2 0 48 Kicking ep-a fg-a Ig pts Moseley, Wash 26 26 20-26 53 86 Septien Dall 25 79 17 24 51 76 Franklin, Phil 24 26 17-24 59 75 Wersching, S F 24-77 14-17 47 66 Thomas. Chi 26 2B 13 19 42 65 Passing aft comp pet yds td int Staubach, Dal 350 201 57 4 2694 18 8 Phlpps, Chi. 154 87 St 5 1 042 t 1 Theismann, Wsh. 281 166 59 11905 13 10 Manning. NO 319 196 61 4 2404 lilt Jaworski, Phil 27t 143 51( 1930 12 11 Rating based on pet. comp, avg yds., pet Id pet int Pass Receivers Receptions no yds avg td Rashad, Minn. 58 862 14.9 t Solomon, S F, 55 753 13.7 t Chandler, N O 53 895 It 9 t Young, Minn 50 352 7 0 2 Francis. All . 49 729 14 9 t Yardage yds no avg td Chandler N O 895 S3 It 9 t Hill, Dall 876 46 19 0 9 Rashad, Minn 862 58 14.9 6 D.Pearson, Dall 800 44 18 2 4 Solomon, S F 753 55 13.7 t Interceptions no yds Ig td Parrish, Wash 9 65 23 0 Myers, N O t 107 52 I Stone, St L t 70 30 0 Lavender. Wash 5 77 27 0 Hannon, Minn. 4 (5 52 0 Lawrence, All 4 78 31 0 Wilson, Phil. 4 70 50 0 Hughes. NO. 4 62 40 0 Wright, Minn 4 44 32 0 Schmidt, Chi. 4 28 20 I AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Rushing art yds avg Ig td Campbell, Hou . 264 1151 4 4 31 15 M Pruitt, Cle. I8t 924 5.0 65 5 Harris, Pitt 182 784 4 3 71 6 Gaines, N Y 119 675 5 7 52 0 Washington. Bal. 177 660 3 7 20 3 Punting no Ig avg Grupp. K.C. 65 74 44 7 Guy, Oak 57 71 43 0 Mclnally, Cin. 69 61 42 1 Evans, Cle. 51 59 41.0 Parsley, Hou , 74 59 40 9 Punt Returns no yds avg Ig td Nathan, Mia. 72 274 12 5 (t I Smith, K.C a 5t9 119 88 2 Upchurch, Den 25 272 10 9 44 0 D Hall, Cle 19 190 10 0 47 0 Fuller, S D. 40 387 9 7 27 0 Klckaff Returns no yds avg Ig td Matthews, Oak 23 630 27 4 104 I Wright, Cle 15 402 26 8 45 0 Brunson.Oak 15 392 2t I 89 0 Clark, N E. 2t 598 23 0 38 0 Gaunty, K.C. 12 271 22 6 50 0 r W HjWE lb BEOtJE OF tut 100 PS&XXy WUO rotten $20,000 TO A 9ftGAL AMlTlC FUN710 GTT05ITUPTl1RE. ADCM'T Scoring Touchdowns td rush rec ret pts Campbell. Hou 15 15 0 0 90 P Johnson. Cin. I) 10 1 0 66 Smith, Sea II 8 3 0 tt Morgan. NE 10 0 9 I 60 ' C Williams, S D 10 10 0 0 60 Kicking ep-a fg-a Ig pts Smith, N E 36-39 17-25 42 87 Fritsch. Hou 33-34 16-18 51 81 Cockrott.Cle 3135 14 23 51 73 von Schamann. Mia . 21 25 17 23 53 72 Herrera, Sea 3033 14 18 48 72 Passing att comp pet yds td int Ferguson. Buff 303 165 54 5 2691 13 8 Morton, Den. 231 133 57 6 1814 14 9 Stabler, Oak 345 208 60 3 2569 19 16 Grogan, N E. 298 149 50.0 2325 21 13 Fouts, S D. 398 243 61 I 2911 18 19 Rating based on pet. compn avg yds. pet td, pet int Pass Receivers Receptions no yds avg td Washington, Bal 60 579 9 7 1 Stallworth. Pitt 55 987 17 9 7 Upchurch, Den 52 771 14 8 7 Chester, Oak. 51 624 12 2 7 McCauley. Bait 49 525 10 7 2 Yardage yds no avg td Stallworth, Pitt 987 55 17 9 7 Largent, Sea 971 47 20 7 t Lewis, Buff 861 40 21 5 2 Jefferson, S D 807 47 17 2 8 Upchurch,, Den 771 52 14.8 7 Morgan, N E 704 29 24.3 9 Interceptions no yds Ig td Reinfeldt, Hou 12 205 39 0 Hayes, Oak 6 70 57 1 Lambert. Pitt 6 29 23 0 J Wilson, Hou S 135 66 I Preston S D 5 121 35 0 Reno Odds Wf0 r?-i5?J. EM Favorite Pts. Denver Oakland 7 Los Angeles San Francisco 5' Chicago Detroit 4 Dallas Houston Vi Washington N Y Giants 2V New Orleans Atlanta 2 Cincinnati St. Louis 2V Tampa Bay Minnesota 7 New England Buffalo 10 Pittsburgh Cleveland II Philadelphia Green Bay 4 San Diego Kansas City 10Vi Miami Baltimore 3"i Seattle N Y Jets 6 COLLEGE SouthernCalit UCLA 15 Nebraska Oklahoma E Florida St Florida 20"i Houston Texas Tech 17 Clemson So Carolina IVa Tennessee Kentucky E Maryland Virginia 7','j No Carolina Duke 131'? Missouri Kansas 10 Miss. St. Mississippi 3W Okla St Iowa St 3 Texas Baylor 1 1 Texas A8.M TCU 9 Colorado Kansas St 6W Oregon Oregon St. 15 LSU Tulane E Arkansas SMU I3'i Aril St. Arizona 5 NotreDame Miami (Flo ) 10 Georgia Tech Georgia 3Va Football Coaches All-America Team Name, school Pas. HI. Wt. CI. Ken Margerum. Stan WR t l 175 Jr Junior Miller. Neb TE t-4 222 $r Melvin Jones, Hou T t-3 265 6r Greg Kolenda, Ark T 6-1 258 Sr Brad Budde. USC G t-5 253 Sr Jim Bunch, Ala G 6-2 240 Sr Jim Richter, NCSt C 6-3 245 Sr Marc Wilson, BYU OB t-5 204 Sr Billy Sims, Okl RB t-0 205 Sr Charles White, USC RB t-0 185 Sr Vagat Ferguson, ND RB t-l 194 Sr. Defense Name, school Pos Ht Wt CI Steve McMichael. Tex OL 6 2 255 Sr Hugh Green, Pit DL t2 224 Jr Bruce Clark, PenSt DL t-3 255 Sr Curtis Greer, Mich DL t-5 250 Sr Ron Simmons, FlaSt DL 6-1 235 Jr George Cumby, Okl LB 6-0 203 Sr David Hodge, Hou LB 6 3 21 1 Sr Mike Singlelary, Bay LB 6-1 225 Jr Johnnie Johnson, Tex DB t-1 190 Sr Roland James. Tenn DB t-2 182 Sr. Ken Easley, UCLA DB 6 3 204 Jr Football Writers All-America Team Offense Tight end-Junior Miller, Nebraska Wide receiver Art Monk. Syracuse Center-Jim Pitcher. North Carolina State Lineman-Brad Budde. Southern California Lineman-Jim Bunch, Alabama Lineman-Ken Frlti, Ohio State Lineman-Greg Kolenda, Arkansas Quarterback Marc Wilson, Brigham Young Running bactt-Vagas Ferguson, Notre Dame Running back-Billy Sims, Oklahoma Running back Charles White, Southern California Defense Lineman-Bruce Clark, Penn State Linemen-Hugh Green, Pittsburgh Lineman Curt Greer, Michigan Lineman-Steve McMichael, Texas Lineman Jim Stuckey, Ciemson Linebacker-George Cumby, Oklahoma Linebacker Ron Simpkins, Michigan Linebacker Mike Singlelary, Baylor Deep back-Ken Easley. UCLA Deep back Roland James. Tennessee Deep back Johnnie Johnson, Texas Specialists Punter Jim Miller," Mississippi Pla'cekicker-Dale Castro, Maryland Hockey NHL Standings Campbell Cenference Patrick Division W L T Ptt. GF OA Philadelphia 13 1 2 28 73 51 Atlanta 9 7 3 21 71 59 NY Rangers 9 9 1 19 1 79 NY Islanders t ( 3 IS M 63 Washington 4 13 3 11-59 83 Smythe Division W L T Ptl. OF GA Vancouver 9 t 5 23 71 62 Chicago 5 7 t It 4 S3 St Louis 10 4 It 57 74 Winnipeg 5 10 3 13 . 40 66 Edmonton 3 12 4 10 64 90 Colorado J U 1 9 4( 68 e a. By United Press International And The Republic Staff trtt- IrVU Wales Conference Norrls Division W L T Pts. GF GA Montreal II 5 3 25 71 55 Los Angeles 9 7 4 22 84 81 Pittsburgh 6 6 4 16 54 58 Hartford 5 7 5 15 53 57 Detroit 6 8 2 14 49 50 Adams Division W L T Pts. GF GA Boston 13 2 3 29 69 44 Buffalo II 5 3 75 71 53 Minnesota 9 4 4 72 79 60 Toronto 8 9 1 17 67 67 Quebec 7 9 2 16 5t tl Tuesday's Results Boston 5. Quebec 3 St Louis t, N Y islanders 3 Washington 3, Colorado 3 I tie) Los Angeles 5. Vancouver I Wrestling High School Columbus North 48, Seymour 17 Tuesday at Columbus 98- Brad Kirchoff (CNI pinned Robbie Chinn (SI, I 00 105-Lester Baker (CN) dec Mattciark (S), 5-4 112 - Leon Hand! (CN) pinned David Cartmel (SI, 4 St 119- Steve Voget (S) pinned Brian King (CN). 3t. I2t- Chris Bishop (CN I dec Ted Toerne (SI, 12-3. 132- Steve Elliott (CNI dec Dewayne Dixon IS). 4-1 138- Ron Van Epps (CN) pinned Rob Williams IS), i ll 145 - Scott VanBuskirk ( S ) pinned John Roberts (CN), 55 155- Paul Weber (CN) drew with Scott Whipker IS), 4-4 167 Tom Crow (CN) pinned Rob Kaufman (S), 1 58. 177- John King (S) dec Eric Huseby (CNI. 9-4 185 Tim Smith (CN) pinned Don Schur man (S), 2:58 Hwt- Rick Chitwood ICN) pinned Mike Cole (SI, 4:49 Reserves North 48, Seymour 30 North Winners 98 Jimmy Barnes won by pin, 105 Vu Bui won by forfeit; 112 Joe Estep won by forfeit, 119 Brice Kleinhem won by pin; 167 - Jett Baker won by pin, 177 Brad Gore won by forfeit, 187- Lonnie Rogers won by forfeit; Hwt Jay Bunting won by forfeit. Swimming 52? . High School Boys Columbus East 103, Shelbyville it Tuesday at East 200 Medley Relay- East (Dale Downey. David Jacguess, Mike Frohman, Chris Mooney), Shelbyville. Shelbyville. Time-1:55 244, 200 Freestyle- Duba (SI. Scott Spolford ICE), Munger (S), Keith Dunn (CE). Forrest Simms (CE ) Time - I 59 023 200 Individual Medley - Frohman (CE), S. Zak (S). Willis (S), Greg Smith (CE). Greg Bishop (CE) Time - 2 IB 359 SO Freestyle- Mooney ICE), Chris Wil Hams (CE), M. Soller (S), T. Soller (SI, Mark Mathis (CE) Time- 24 947 Diving - Baker (SI, Harris (S), Scott Tucker (CE), Greg Warren (CE), John Anderson ICE). Points - 205.45. lOOButterfly-RobWeaver ICEI S Zak (S). D Zak (S). Jacquess ICE). Cladie Bailey (CE). Time - .59 701 100 Freestyle- Mooney (CE). Williams (CEI. M Soller (S). T. Soller (S), Mathis (CE) Time- 5tt44. 500 Freestyle - Duba (S), Spotford (CEI. Munger (SI, Bishop (CE), Greg Hendricks (CE) Time- 5 22 159 100 Backstroke - Weaver (CE), Hul sman IS), Dunn (CE), Marshall (S), Mark Stem ICE) Time -1 03 889 100 Breaststroke - Frohman (CE) Simms (CE). Smith (CE). D Zak (SI. Bass (S) Time-1 07 128 400 Freestyle Relay - East (Dunn. Williams, Weaver. Spoftord), East (Bailey, Anderson, Jacquess, Slam), East (Hen-' dricks, Warren, Jon O'Brien, Mark Ne-villel. Time- 3 44.915 Junior High Boys Central 9th 47, Southside 27 Tuesday at Central ItO Medley Relay - Central (Gene Weaver, Jeff Burns, David Hunt, Mike Ep-pley) 1:40 31; 200 Freestyle - Hunt (C) 2:33 35, 160 Individual Medley - Weaver (C) 1:54.54 , 60 Freestyle - Doug Wood (S) 34 67; 100 Butterfly - Hunt (CI 1 22,04, 100 Freestyle - Burns (C) I 04 63 , 400 Freestyle- Weaver (C) 4 .28 49. 100 Back stroke - Eppley (C) I 79 28, 100 Breast stroke- Burns (CI I 29 28 . 400 Freestyle Relay - Southside (Todd Hanner, Doug Bobb, Wood. Mark Riti) 5 23 00 Donner Donner Development Meet Saturday at Sunday at Columbus East Donner Results: GIRLS Hinder 25 Freestyle - 4 Denise Percifield 25 Backstroke - 2 Percilield. 6 Amanda McCoy 25 Breaststroke - 2 Kerry Forbes, 4 Carol Lipson. 6. Percifield 25 Butterfly - 2. Percifield, 6 Forbes 100 Individual Medley - 3 Percifield. 5 Forbes 10-Under 50 Freestyle -3 Sarah Vogt. 5 Michelle Colburn, t Rita Galyen. 100 Freestyle - 2 Galyen, 4 Vogt 5 Colburn, 6 Ann Collins 200 Freestyle - I Galyen, 3 Vogt. t Colburn. 50 Backstroke - 3 Colburn; 5 Jennifer Feldmann, 6 Vogt 100 Backstroke - 4 Colburn 50 Breaststroke - 3 Vogt; 6 Galyen 100 Breaststroke - I Vogt. 4 Galyen 50 Butterfly - t Vogt 200 Individual Medley - 2 Vogt; 6 Feldmann. II 12 50 Freestyle - 1 Tiffany Forbes. 100 Freestyle - I. Forbes, 6. Chelle Richardson. 200 Freestyle - I. Forbes; 4. Richardson. 50 Backstroke- I Forbes, t. BethStri telmeier. 100 Backstroke - I Forbes; t Slrletel-meier. 100 Breaststroke - 3 Forbes 100 Butterfly - I Forbes 200 Individual Medley - I. Forbes. OPEN 100 Freestyle- 1. Pam Hayden; 2 Cindy Galyen; 3. Susie Folkert. 200 Freestyle- I Hayden; 2 Galyen, 3. Folkert 500 Freestyle - I. Tiffany Forbes; 2 Hayden; 3. Galyen; 4 Richardson I m v TXTU WiarJN PULA'a. 1 100 Backstroke- 1 Mayden 2 Foike'-t ?00 Backstroke-1 Hayden 2 Folkprl 100 Breaststroke - 2 Folkprt 200Breaststroke-2 Foikeri 6 Gaien 100 Butterfly - I Hayden, 2 Foikert 200 Buttertly - 1 Hayden 2 Folder t 3 Forbes 200 Individual Medley - t Hayden, ? Foikerf, 3 Galyen 400 Individual Medley - I Hayden ? Folkert BOYS Under 25 Freestyle-- 1 Er. c K.et, 5 Joe Str-e teiineie" 25 Backstroke- I Kiel. 3 $trieeiT.eier 25 Breaststroke - 3 Kiel 25 Butterfly - 4 Kief 100 Individual Medley - 3 Kiel 10-Under 50 Freestyle 3 Eric Under, 4 Guy Hudson 100 Freestyle I Sean Weddeil 5 Lmd er 6 Hudson 200 Freestyle - 3 Under 100 Backstroke - 4 Under 50 Breasfstrofce - I Guy Hudson 4 Weddeli 100 Breastsfroke - 2 Hudson 4 Wed dell SO Butterfly - 2 Weddeli. 4 Under 100 Buttertly - 2 Weddeli 200 individual Medtey - 2 WeddeM, 4 Under. 6 Hudson 11.1 50 Freestyle- 5 Jim HjdSOn 100 Freestyle - 5. Hudson 200 Freestyle - 5 Hudson 100 Backstroke - 6 Hudson 100 Breaststroke - 6 Hudson 50 Butterfly - 2 Hudson 100 Buttertly - 2 Hudson 200 Individual Medley - 4 Hudson OPEN 100 Freestyle-3 Matt staublm 200 Freestyle - 4 Staublm. 500 Freestyle-4 Staublm 100 Backstroke - 4 Staublin 200 Backstroke-3 Staublm 100 Buttertly - 3 Staublin 200 individual Medley - 3. Staublm 400 Individual Medley - 4 Staublin Volleyball Park Department Tuesday Ca-Rec A Non-Trophy At IUPUI Blood, Sweat & Tears 3, Spartan Spikers 0, Bumps & Bruises 3. Brass Destruction 0, Our Teem 3, Bad News Bombers 0. Flat Feet 2. Not-E-Nuft I. Team Standings - Blood. Sweat & Tears 17-4 (League Champs). Bumps 8, Bruises 16-5. Our Team 14-7, Spartan Spikers 13-8. Bad News Bumbers 8-13, Brass Destruction 8-13, Flat Feet 4-17, Not-E-Nufl 4-17 Tuesday Co-Rec B Non-Trophy Flat Tires 2, Code Blue 1. Mountain Pigs 2, Nite Out 0. Miracles 2, Screwballs 0. Happy Rock 2, Super Spikers 0 Team Standings Flat Tires 21. Mountain Pigs 2-0. Miracles 2-0, -Happy Rock 2 0 Tuesday Co-Rec A At Richards Tournament The Main Events 2, The Sting 0, Awfull Knawfull 2. The Gang 0 Tuesday Co-Rec B Trophy At Fodrea ECUM ll 3, Hang Ten of Hills 0, Behler Pontiac 2. T N T 1, McDonalds 2. Hustlers 1. Modockers 3, Turbos 0 Team Standings Modockers 17-4, McDonalds 15-6, Hustlers 14-7, T N T 14 7, Behler Pontiac 14-7, Turbos 615. ECUM ll 4-17, Hang Ten of Hills 0 21 Bowling Miller's Lanes Jolly Jtts League High Series Carolyn Ellison 581, Bev Snider 560, Dianna Zapfe 555, Irene Sor rells 529, Barb Crawford 514, Roberta Brummett 512. Team Scores - Series Odyssey 2.643 Game Lt Squaw Turquoise 954. League Standings Flower Pot 31 17 Tipton Park Pharmacy 30-18. Lt Squaw Turquoise 28-20 Tuesday Early Bird League High Series Gloria Soliday 504, Jenny Fish 499, Sue Bell 497. Dee Stanton 484 Charlotte Hadley 472, Rosie Abboti 46! Team Scores Series and Game Marsh s Mean Mamas 2. 158 and 771 league Standings Buster Assoc Inc 34-10. Ferguson Floor Covering 30-14. Tay stee Bread 25 19 Ktgltrs League High Series- Bob Hale 582, Don Tanner S73, Ron Eddy 571, John English 56) Don Newland 553, Tom Trim'pe 544 Teem Scores Series andGame Ciarti Litt 2,929 and 1,045 League Standings - Clark-Lift 64 30 No Go's 64 32, Capri Lounge 60 36 Hilts Broytr League High Series Gene Fox 592, Ken Clark 586, Doug Nuss 577, Dale Burns 570, Lou Arterburn 570, Larry Giles 570 Team Scores Series and Game Cliff Hagan's Ribeye 2,964 and 1,057 League Standings - Esquire Hair Design 31-17. Hope JC's No 130 18 Columbus Hardware 29-19 Bulldog Lanes Tuesday Trio League High Series - Peggy England 517, Mar gie Let 494, Lavem Willtams 484 Bon me Roberts 43. Euna Hartweli 482 Team Scorts-Series and Game MPs 1,764 and 646. Leagut Standings-Jumbo's C B 70 26, Bombers 51-31, Terrible Trio 54 40 Rtko Bawling Leagut High Series - P Jones 619, G. Stutsman 573, D McQueen 557, J Jones 549, J Paynt 544, D. Wheeler 544 Team Scores - Series Easy Picktns 2,900 Game: Beauties & Beasts 1.017 League Standings - Chargers 72-32, 69ers 64-40, Cobras 62-42 Alma-Amos Leagut High Series - Dany Ballenger 577, Ray Browning 563, Ttrry McGaha 547, Dale Barnett 541, Vickie Roach 474, Emma Weed 455. j Team Scores-Series Team No 62,192 Game: Team No. 7 B04 Leagut Standings - Team No 7 76-20. Team No to 64,32, Team No 3 50 46 Big Ten's Share Near $2.9 Million r pnm UP DUpattkn 1L o; i'(i,f,- ;J" ticipating $2 9 million in gross revenue from having four league schools in post-season bowl games. Conference Commissioner Wayne Duke an ' nounced Tuesday. In addition to the bowl mon ey, several league coaches indicated having four teams in post season games will be a boon to recruiting for next year Big Ten champion Ohio State, Michigan. Indiana and Purdue are representing the league in various bowl games, marking the first time in conference history four teams have gone in post-season games Ohio State will play either I'SC or Washington in the Kose Bowl Jan. 1 Michigan will face North Carolina in the Gator Bowl Dec 28, Purdue will meet Tennessee in the Bfoebonnet liowl. Dec 31, and Indiana will ' face-either Brigham Young or Sun Diego State in the Holidav Bowl. Dec 21 (iary Moeiler, whose football learn won only six games in his three seasons as head coach at the I diversity ol Illinois, was fired Tuesday by the University -ol Illinois Athletic Association Mueller will be paid for the fi nal two vears of his contract I'niversity of Evansville foot-hall Coach John Moses has been lired. university officials said Tuesday The move was no surprise, since Moses' three-year record with the Aces was 6 25 with no wins on the road And, at Albuquerque, N.M., Bill Mondt learned Tuesday he would not be rehired for a seventh year as football coach at the University of New Mexico Mondt. whose contract expires Feb 1. 1980. compiled a 111-36-1 record at UNM. including a 5-6 record this year. BASKETBALL Mike Drews, Ball State s leading scorer his freshman and sophomore years, will be unable to play basketball for at least two years because of a heart murmur, a school spokesman said Tuesday. Drews, a 6-foot-4-inch forward from Danville, 111., had a history of a heart murmur A cardiologist informed him Tuesday it has grown more prominent and he must be out of sports at least two seasons Drews averaged 12 5 points a game his freshman year, and 16 2 points a game as a sophomore BASEBALL Four members of the Philadelphia Phillies were among the National League's Gold (Move winners announced Tuesday by The Sporting News. The Icemen Blank Meridian Columbus Icemen opened Hoosier High School Hockey Association play Tuesday at Lincoln Center with a 10-0 victory over Perry Meridian. Right-winger Ron Hooker led the Icemen with three goals, two in the first period and the third in the final minutes of the game Center Jeff Allen and right-winger Matt Libke scored two pcoming Ice Rink Closed Thursday The Lincoln Center Ice Rink will be closed Thursday for Thanksgiving, but will be open from 4 to 5 30, from 6:30 to 8:30 and from 8:30 to 10 o'clock todav; from 1:30 to 3:30. 6 30 to 8 and 8 30 to 10 p.m. Friday, and from 1 30 to 3 30. 6:30 to 8:30 and 9 to 11 p m. Saturday, it has been announced. ... Just Happened Donner Development Meet Tiffany Forbes. Pam Hayden and Cindy Galyen all set Donner Swim Club records in a development meet Saturday and Sunday at Columbus East High School Thirteen teams participated, but no team scores were kept Swimming in the 11-12 girls division. Forbes set records in the 50- and 500-yard freestyles. 100 breaststroke and 200 but-terflv. In the girls open division, Forbes set a new record in the 500 freestyle. Havden's records in the 13-14 girls division came in the 100 and 200 butterflys, the 200 and 400 individual medley and 500 Ireestvle. and in the girls open division, in the 200 freestvle and 400 1M. Galyen set a new mark in the 200 freestyle for 15-17 girls Forbes and Hayden each won eight events Complete Donner results. This Page Dorenhusch Lifts Culver John Dorenbusch of Columbus was one if the leading offensive threats for Culver Military Academy's football team this year. The son of Mr. and Mrs John F Dorenbusch, 4115 Riverside, was a senior wingback and wide receiver for the Eagles, who finished the season 5-4. Dorenbusch caught 11 passes for 66 yards, rushed for 272 yards and returned 14 punts and kickoffs for 211 vards. T r Sports in IfrieJ jj four Philadelphia players honored for their defensive play were outfielder Oiarry Maddox, second baseman Manny Trillo. third .baseman Mike Schmidt and catcher Bob Boone. Also selected to the NL team were outfielders Dave Winfield of San Diego and Dave Parker of Pittsburgh, first baseman Keith Hernandei of St Louis, shortstop Dave Concepcion of Cincinnati and pitcher Phil Niekro of Atlanta Only one member of Baltimore's pennant winning team pitcher Jim Palmer -was chosen for a Gold Glove by the American League's managers and coaches Three Boston plavers were named to the 1. squad outfielders Fred Lynn and Dwight Evans and shortstop Rick Burleson. Also named to the team were third baseman Buddy Bell and catcher Jim Sundberg of Texas, first baseman Cecil Cooper and outfielder Sixto Lezcano of Milwaukee and second baseman Frank White u Kansas City Former National League Most Valuable Player Orlando Cepeda was hired Tuesday by the Chicago White Sox to serve as theSirgamzation's batting instructor and scout His scouting duties will cover Puerto Rico and other Latin American countries, team officials said Cepeda replaces Larry Doby in the position SOCCER Former Boston Celtics basketball great Bob Cousy has submitted his resignation as commissioner of the American Soccer League. ASL president Joseph Raymond said Tuesday Cousy. who has held the post for five seasons in a largely figurehead capacity, is being asked to leave when his contract expires at the end of the vear ELSEWHERE The government, in its biggest strike at sex discrimination in college athletics. Tuesday charged the University of Alaska with not giving its women's basketball team funding equal to that received by the men's team The action is the Justice Department's first under 1972 Education Amendments barring sex discrimination in college athletics - and is an indication the department will take a tough stance in enforcing the law The proposed federal suit says the university spends more of its athletics budget on the men's basketball team, and gives the men's team greater publicity, more travel expense money and a bigger coaching staff goals apiece and Steve Geary. Nick Chasse and John Stambaugh each added goals. Kris Theno had three assists from his left wing position and Allen also had an assist Joe Ralph had the shutout in goal, stopping all 17 Perry Meridian shots The Icemen will be back in action at 5 30 p.m. Saturday at the Indianapolis Coliseum against Uiwrence Central B 3 ? z uV

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