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D6 The Pittsburgh Press Friday, November 25, 1988 Hunting expedition difficult to bear with no bruins in sight tTHE SNAP of a twig brought t h me vm oi we aaze a 3:3U a.m. rising had induced while I stood waiting for the drivers to beat through the logged-out area that had been taken over by a thick tangle of mountain laurel. Slowly twisting my head I saw a magnificent eight-point buck just 12 steps away. Ha had no idea I was anywhere in the vicinity even though I was dressed in fluorescent orange from bead to toe. The scope-mounted 30-06 in my hands turned slippery from sweat as I watched the majestic animal slowly walk away. It was the second day of bear season and the big buck seemed to know be was untouchable. A few minutes later the drivers came through, poshing a four-pointer and three does within a few feet of my stand. It was the final drive of two days of the hardest hunting I ever have put in, and 15 of us cooperating by alternate driving and posting had not Eroduced a single bruin in areas that ad been well scouted the past few weeks by our hunt captain, Ron Hoover of West Decatur. This was the second consecutive year our group had been shut out, after producing nine bears on our drives the previous three years. Hoover spends every spare minute for weeks before the season trying to locate the thickets. This year he figured he had at least 20 bears well pinpointed. But a ferocious wind and rain storm that swept the area Sunday night, plus a depletion of available food, seemed to change the habits of the bears and there was no fresh sign in any of the areas we drove. The bears, by all reason and logic, W A Wymd!el Wasoim Outdoors should have been there. They weren't and we weren't the only ones having trouble finding them. We didn't hear a dozen shots in two days of hunting. This was the second consecutive year a severe weather system moved through just before bear season, leading our group to speculate it was a signal to the bears that it was time to hunt a winter den. "I think bear season comes in too late, at least if the Game Commis sion wants the number of bears killed they say they do," Hoover said. "They should make it about the last of October and cut down the number of days if they think they have to. That way we could get to the bears while they are still in their normal feeding pattern." I would make an additional suggestion: Let's set the opening of antlered deer season back to the first Monday of December, instead of the traditional first Monday after Thanksgiving. Perhaps we would have a better chance of snow instead of the rain that plagues so many opening days. By the way, I expect to see several bears from my Clarion County tree stand when buck season opens Monday. And, yes, I did see one Tuesday. It ran across 1-80 near the Reynolds-ville exit as I was making my way home about 9 p.m. If you were fortunate enough to bag a bear, especially if it was a big one, you should take good care of the skulL It is the skull that is measured to determine record class bears and world-record black bears are available in Pennsylvania. Taxidermists do not use the actual skull when mounting a bear. They use a composition form and plastic teeth and tongue. If you killed a big bear or a little bear with a big head, ask the taxidermist to take care with the skull. Highlands Mall on Route 28 in Natrona Heights will offer a "last chance" hunter education course tonight and tomorrow for those wanting to get a hunting license in time for the opening of buck season Monday. Hours are 6:30 to 10 p.m. today and 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. tomorrow. Participants must attend both sessions and should bring a lunch and beverage tomorrow. Successful completion of a hunter education course is required before the issuance of a person's first hunting license, regardless of the age of the applicant FOR THE RECORD FOOTBALL HOCKEY CALENDAR NFL AFC - CENTRAL W L T Cincinnati 9 3 0 Houston t 4 0 Wvand 7 S 0 PIMfeui yh m. t 10 0 AFC - EAST : W L T x-euffaio n t o New England .750 kidlanapolls 4 4 0 N.Y. Jets 5 6 1 Miami S 7 0 AFC - WEST W L T Denver 4 4 0 LA. Raiders .440 Seattle 4 4 0 San Diego 4 10 Kansas City 3 S 1 NFC - EAST W L T N.Y. Giants 750 Philadelphia 7 5 0 Phoenix 7 5 0 Washington 4 4 0 Dallas 2 110 NFC - CENTRAL W L T PA Pf PA .750 360 740 Ml 334 24 .583 704 193 .147 227 333 Pel. PF PA .17 252 154 .583 194 ??5 .500 244 218 .454 239 243 .417 195 240 Pet. PF PA .500 237 255 .500 219 234 .508 212 238 J33 167 230 .292 181 218 Pet. PF PA .543 253 244 .583 233 254 .583 282 274 .500 278 307 .154 213 317 Pet PF PA .833 253 152 .492 327 185 .250 213 308 .231 168 245 .147 182 244 Chicago 10 2 0 Minnesota 9 4 0 Tampa Say 3 9 0 Detroit 3 10 0 Green Bay 2 10 0 NFC - WEST W L T PelPP PA New Orleans .9 3 0 .750 270 186 LA. Rams 7 5 0 .583 300 232 San Francisco 7 S 0 .583 22 224 Atlanta 4 I 0 J33 208 240 x-d Inched division title YESTERDAY Minnesota 23 Detroit 0 Houston rnf, 17 SUNDAY Times EST Kansas City at Pittsburgh, 1 pjn. Buffalo at Cincinnati, 1 pjn. Cleveland at Washington, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. Miami at N.Y. Jets, 1 p.m. Phoenix at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Atlanta, 1 p.m. San Francisco at San Diego, 4 p.m. New England at Indianapolis, 4 p.m. L-A. Rams at Denver 4 p.m. 1 N.Y. Giants at New Orleans, I p.m. MONDAY LA. Raiders at Seattle, 9 p.m. Vikings 23, Lions 0 Minnesota . Detroit 1-23 00 MIN Anderson 2 run (C Nelson kick) MIN - FO C Nelson 21 MIN Anderson 1 run (C Nelson kick) MIN FG C Nelson 33 MIN FG C Nelson 18 A 46,379 TEAM STATISTICS Minnesota Detroit 24 First downs 3 51-181 Rushes-Yards 11-18 172 Passing 42 75 Return yards 35 14-21-0(omp-Att.r.4-v-2 2-14 Secked-Yerds lost 2-4 5-37 -Punfs 8-47 1-0 Fumbles-Lost 2-0 3- 25 Penalties. Yards 4-51 44-7 Time of possesion 15.-03 MCXVIDOAi. STATISTICS RUSHING - Minnesota: Rice 13-59, Anderson 19-53, Nelson 10-23, D. Harris 4- 21, Wilson 3-18, Dollar 3-7. Detroit James 4-1, Wlger 1-4, Jones 5-4, Long 1-0. PASSING - Minnesota: Wilson 14-21- 0- 184, Kramer 0-0-O-O. Detroit: Long 2-6- 1- 5, Hllger 4-14-1-43. RECEIVING - Minnesota: Carter 7-84, Jones 5-48, Rice 3-7, Gustafson 1-20, Jordan 1-7. Detroit: Chedwlck 2-30, Jones 2-4, Bland 1-11, James 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOALS - None. Oilers 25, Cowboys 17 Dallas 10 1 12 25 3 7 0 - 17 DAL - Walker 1 run (Ruiek kick) HOU FG Zendelas M BOU - Roller 12 run (Zendelas kick) DAL - FG Ruiek 29 t DAL Pelluer 3 run (Rujek kick) HOU - FG Zendelas 49 HOU - Hill 5 pass from Moon (kick failed) HOU - FG Zendelas 47 r HOU FG Zendelas 22 A 50,845 TEAM STATISTICS , Houston 14 First downs - Dallas 32-145 Rushes-Yards 36-74 210 Passing 203 !- -Return yard 14 Return yards. 15-29-0 Comp-Att-Int 17-32-1 ' 2-14 Sacked-Yerds lost 0-0 t --I "r 1 1 17 l-O. . Fumbles-Loet. .1-1 4-30 Penalties-Yards 2-10 32:44 , , Time of possession 27:14 sNDfVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Houston: Rorler 14-77, H tonstilth 7-44, Plnkett 5-19, Moon 4-3. Dallas: Walker 22-49, Pelluer 2-8, Clack 1-2, Fowler 1-0. PASSING Houston: Moon 15-29-0-324. Dallas: Pelleur 17-32-1-203. RECEIVING Houston, Hill 9-113, Ghrins 3-43, Harris 2-24, Hlghsmlth 1-24. Dallas: Alexander 5-89, Walker 4-20, Folsom 3-31, Irvtn 1-22, Chandler 1-18, Clack 1-14, Martin 1-4, Fowler 1-1 MISSED FISLD GOALS - None. College RESULT Southwest Texas A.M 28 Texas 24 SCRIPPS HOWARD TOP 20 SCHEDULE TOMORROW (Records In parenmeses) No. 1 Notre Dame (10-0) at No. 2 Southern Cal (10-0); No. 7 Arkansas (10- 0) at No. 3 Miami, Fla. (8-1); Florida at No. 5 Florida State (9-1); Rice at No. 15 Houston (8-2); Tulane at No. 18 Louisiana State (7-3); Georgia Tech at No. 20 Georgia (7-3). NCAA PLAYOFFS (Tim EST) Division I-AA rTRST ROUND Tomorrow Citadel (8-3) at Geor.l a Southern (9-2), 12:30 p.m.; Delaware U-t) at Furman (9-2), 1:30 p.m.; Weslern Kentucky (8-3) at Western Illinois (10-1), . Ipjm,- North Texas (8-3) at Marshall (10- 1) , 130 p.m.; Northwestern St. (9-2) at Boise St. (8-3), 3 p.m.; Jackson St. (8-0-2) at Stephen F. Austin St. (4-2), 3 p.m,-Montena (8-3) at Idaho (9-1), 4 p.m; Massachusetts (8-i at Eastern Kentucky (9-2)1, 1 P-m. Division II QUARTERFINALS Tomorrow Mlllersvllle (10-1) at North Dakota St. (11-0), 2:30 p.m,- North Carolina Central (9-1-1) at Sacramento St. (9-2), 4 p.m,' Tenn.-Martin (11-1) at Texas AM (4-2), 2:30 p.m.; Jacksonville St. (10-1) at Portland St. (9-2-1), 4 p.m. Division III QUARTERFINALS Tomorrow - Cortland St. (11-0) at Ithaca (10-1), 12:30 p.m.; Moravian (10-1) at Ferrum (10-0), 12:30 p.m.; Augustana, III. (9-1) at Wittenberg (9-2), 12:30 p.m,-Central, Iowa (9-1) at Wls.-WhHewater (9-2, 1:30 p.m. NAIA PLAYOFFS (Timet EST) Division I FIRST ROUND Tomorrow Mesa St, Colo. (8-1) at Moorheed St, Minn. (8-2), 2 p.m; Adams St, Colo. (7-2-1) at Emporia St, Kan. (9-0), 2 p.m; Northern St, S.D. (8-3) at Pittsburgh St, Kan. (9-0), 2 p.m.; Wash-bum, Kan. (7-3) at Arkansas-Montlcello (9-1), 2 p.m.; Central Arkansas (10-0) at Southeastern Oklahoma St. (9-0), 2 p.m,' Fairmont St, W.Va. (7-1-2) at Hillsdale, Mich, 1 p.m,- Concord, W.Va. (7-1-1) at Carson-Newman, Tenn. (8-2), 1 p.m,' Catawba, N.C (8-3) at Central St, Ohio (9-1), 1 p.m. Division II QUARTERFINALS Tenwrrow Bluffton, Ohio (9-1) at Westminster(ll-t), I a.m.; Wlscomln-La Crosse (9-2) at Northwestern, Iowa (12-0), 2 p.m,- Bethany, Kan. (10-0) at Evangel, Ma (10-O), 2 p.m,' Oregon Tech (8-2) at Carroll, Mont. (10-O), 3 pjn. SCRIPPS HOWARD ALL-AMERICA TEAM OFFENSE WR Hart Lae Dykes, Oklahoma State, Sr, 4-4, 206; Jason Phillips, Houston, Sr, 5-9, 175. TE - Charles Arbuckle, UCLA, Jr, 6-2, 223. OL Tony Mandarlch, Michigan State, Sr, 4-4, 303; Mark Stepneskl, Pitt, Sr, 4-3, 245; Mike Uttey, Washington State, Sr, 4-4, 302; Pat Tomberlln, Florida State, V, 4-4, 305; Rick Phillips, West Virginia, Sr, 4-4, 242. QB Rodney Poete, Southern Cal, Sr, e-2, 195. RB Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State, Jr, 5-8, 180; Tim Worley, Georgia, Jr, 4-2, 216. K Kendall Tralnor, Arkansas, Sr. 4-2, 205. DEFENSE OLB Brodertck Thomas, Nebraska, Sr, 4-3, 235; Bill Hawkins, Miami, Sr, 4-4, 240. DL Tracy Rocker, Auburn, Sr, 4-3, 250; Mark Messner, Michigan, Sr, 6-3, 244. LB Derrick Thomas, Alabama, Sr., 4-4, 222; Michael Stonebreaker, Notre Dame, Jr, 4-1, 220; Bfltt Hager, Texas, Sr, 4-1, 225. DO Delon Sanders, Florida State, Sr, 4-0, 190; Louis Oliver, Florida, Sr, 6-2, 227; Donneil Woolford, Clemson, Sr, 5-10, 195; Darryl Henley, UCLA, Sr, 5-10, 145. P Pat Thompson. Brlgham Young, 5-11, 300. PLAYER OF THE YEAR Barry Sanders, Oklahoma State. COACH OF THE YEAR Dea NeMen, West Virginia. High school WPIAL PLAYOFFS Class AAAA CHAMPIONSHIP Tomorrow - Central Catholic (8-2-2) vs. upper St. Clair (9-3) at Three Rivers Stadium, 7:45 p.m. Class AAA CHAMPIONSHIP Tomorrow Allqulppa (12-0) vs. Blackhewk (10-1-1) at Three Rivers Stadium, 5 p.m. Class AA CHAMPIONSHIP Tomorrow Center (11-0-1) vs. Steel Valley (11-0-1) at Three Rivers Stadium, 2:15 p.m. Class A CHAMPIONSHIP Tomorrow Farrell (10-2) vs. Wilmington (12-0) at Three Rivers Stadium. 11 JO am DISTRICT 6 PLAYOFFS Class AAA CHAMPIONSHIP Tonight Bald Eagle Area vs. Somerset at Tyrone, 7 pjn. Class AA CHAMPIONSHIP Tonight Bellwood-Antls vs. United at C-smbrla Heights, 7 p.m. Class A CHAMPIONSHIP Tonight Bishop McCort vs. West Branch at Penns Manor, 7 p.m. CLASS AAAA STATISTICS Central Catholic Vikings COACH JOHN FISCHE TTI Record 1-2-2 Central Catholic 34 North Catholic . 14 Penn Hills 23-7 27 24 19 13 .McKeesport Norwln Letrobe Plum -Hempfleld . Connellsvllle , .Gateway 0 e Woodland Hills , WPIAL playoffs 31 North Hills 3 North Allegheny 191 Totals INOTvTDUAL STATISTICS .13 .14 4 . 3 .15 - 0 . 0 .IS - 0 8 - 7 . 0 .84 Scoring Jamie L knot 4 . Matt Cohen Mike Campok) Rushing Mike Compolo Dennis Han ley Jamie L knots . TD . 9 . 0 . 3 FO 0 0 3 18 0 0 Alt Yds 144 740 117 516 112 475 XP Pts. 54 27 18 TD 3 2 9 MOVES Professional FOOTBALL GREEN BAY Signed pleceklcker Dean Dorsey. WASHINGTON Placed cornerbeck Brian Davis on Inluref reserve; signed tight end Ron Mlddlefcn. Passing Camp Ron McDermott 32 Receiving Jason Nlecgorskl Pat Walsh Morris Turner , PROBABLE STARTERS Offense SE Morris Turner RT Ray Hess RG Shawn Moore C Ted Kerr . LG Todd Orlando . LT Alex Pampena . TE Jason Niecgorskl QB Ron McDermott FB Dennis Hanley TB Mike Campoio WB Pat Walsh Mike DeMasI Scott Cellender , Pat Knipp Alt Yds TD 91 540 4 No. Yds TD . 7 45 2 . 7 113 0 . S 99 1 NG DT DT DE DE LB LB C8 CB Tony Marlanl Jason Niecgorskl Todd Orlando Vlnce Yoos S. Hlggenbotham Jamie Llchota SS Bob Blanchln FS Pat Walsh ,Sr. .Sr. 6-1 .Sr. 4-2 ..Sr. 6-1 ..Sr. 5-8 .Sr. 5-11 165 -Sr. 4-0 175 215 230 185 165 175 Upper St. Clair Panthers COACH JIM RENDER Record 9-3 Upper St. Clair 31 Charters Valley . 28 Trinity Opponent 10 Mt. Lebanon 20 17 Baldwin 3 0 North Hills 9 21 Shaler 0 20 Bethel Park 7 14 Ringgold 7 15 North Allegheny 26 14 Butler 0 WPIAL playoffs 21 Gateway 14 Mt. Lebanon 205 Totals INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Scaring TD FG Pete Habb 11 0 Jeff Mascaro 0 3 Mike Thelk 5 0 . 0 0 .92 Rushing Pete Hablb Mike Thelk Passing Jerry BerteotH Receiving Tom Martin . Mike Thelk Camp 53 Doug Whatley , PROBABLE STARTERS Offense SE Tom Martin Jim Mansfield Brian Cullen Matt Wetty Phil Dunn , Ron Cortes Matt Coo AM 148 145 Alt 105 NO. . 17 . 9 . 6 XP Pts. 0 66 25 34 0 30 Yds TD 983 11 885 5 Yds TD 740 5 Yds TD 277 2 82 0 52 2 LT LG C RG RT TE QB FB HB FL Jerry Berteottt , Mike Thelk Pete Hablb , Doug Whaley Defense MG Jim Mansfield Sr. DT Lou Wetiel Jr. DT Ron Cortes . Sr. LB Mike Thelk Sr. LB Doug Whaley Jr. LB Matt Coo Sr. LB Phil Dunn Jr. CB Pete Hablb Jr. CB Mike Quealy Jr. SS Chris Cerdello Sr. FS Tom Martin Sr. PIAA RANKINGS (District fn parenmeses followed by total points) Class AAAA EAST REGION I 1. Central Bucks West (1) 72 Neshamlny (1) 72 EAST REGION H 1. Cedar Cliff (3) 4- 1 165 6-1 220 6-1 215 44 235 5- 11 190 4-2 230 4- 0 190 5- 10 175 6- 1 190 4- 0 185 5- 10 185 6-1 220 6-1 200 6-2 230 6-1 190 5- 10 185 6- 0 190 5- 11 190 4- 0 185 6- 1 170 5- 4 170 6- 1 145 2. IP. McCaskey (3) WEST REGION III 1. Brashear (8) .72 .71 .67 WEST REGION IV 1. Central Catholic (7) Class AAA EAST REGION I 1. Berwick Area (2) EAST REGION II ' 1. Manhelm Central (3) . 2. Mlddletown Area (3) , WEST REGION III 1. Bradford (9) WEST REGION IV 1. Allqulppa (7) 2. Blackhawk (7) Gass AA EAST REGION I 1. Bethlehem Catholic (11) EAST REGION I 1. Delone Catholic (3) 2. West York Area (3) WEST REGION 111 1. BeHwood-Antts (4) 2. Keystone (9) X Reynolds (10) WEST REGION IV 1. Center (7) 2. Bedford (5) Wilmington (7) Gass A EAST REGION I 1. St. Plus X (1) 2. Dunmore (2) EAST REGION H 1. Camp Hill (3) , , 2. Columbia (3) WEST REGION IN 1. East Brady (9) .70 .69 .60 .60 -.69 .5. .72 .63 .57 .50 .43 .42 .54 .51 .51 .44 .43 .55 .51 .49 WEST REGION IV 1. Cambridge Springs (10) 43 Clinched playoff berth. PIAA CHAMPIONSHIPS Class AAAA WESTERN FINAL Dec 3 Brashear vs. Central Catholic at South Stadium, Pittsburgh, I p.m. EASTERN FINAL Dec. 3 at JM. Crum Stadium, Allentown, 1 p.m. Class AAA WESTERN PINAL Dec 1 - at Sharon High School, 1 pjn. EASTERN FINAL Dec 3 - at Bethlehem Stadium, 1 pjn. Class AA WESTERN PINAL Dec J at site to be determined, 1 pjn. EASTERN FINAL Dec 3 at Albright College, Reed- . Ing, 1 p.m. Class A WESTERN FINAL Dec 3 East Brady vs. Cambridge Springs at Clarion University, 1 pjn. EASTERN FINAL Dec 3 at Governor Mifflin High Scheai, Shilling!, 1 p.n. NHL Sr. 4-0 170 -Sr. 4-4 215 Jr. 5-10 240 Sr. 4-3 215 .Sr. 6-1 230 -Sr. 5-11 230 . .Sr. 4-4 215 ..Jr. 4-1 180 -Jr. 4-1 190 ,Jr. 5-10 170 -Sr. 4-0 175 -Jr. 4-0 210 -Sr. 4-3 210 -Sr. 4-2 225 Sr. 5-10 185 Detroit . Toronto St. Louis I 9 Chicago 6 13 Minnesota 4 13 T Pts CP GA 4 24 83 79 11 11 1 23 80 86 19 44 76 14 94 110 12 63 90 CAMPBELL - SMYTHE W L Calgary 15 4 Los Angeles .15 7 Edmonton I3 7 Vancouver 10 11 Winnipeg 9 6 LAST NIGHT Boston 2 Quebec 5. T Pts GP GA 3 33 97 56 0 30 121 91 3 39 99 85 3 23 81 74 3 21 76 70 Edmonton 4 WEDNESDAY Pittsburgh 8 Montreal 2 Hartford 4. Toronto 4. Los Angeles I . Washington 7. Edmonton 3 Calgary 3 Philadelphia 1 . Montreal 3 St. Louis 2 -N.Y. Renters 2 Boston 0 .Quebec 3 .Chicago 3 .Detroit 3 -N.Y. Islanders 6 Minnesota 3 New Jersey 2 Overtime. TONIGHT Times EST Pittsburgh at Washington, 8:05 p.m. Chicago at Buffalo, 75 p.m. Winnipeg at Detroit, 7 J5 p.m. Toronto at Minnesota, 1:35 p.m. New Jersey at Vancouver, 10:35 p.m. Brains 2, Flyers 1 Philadelphia 1 t t -1 1 1-2 First period 1, Boston, B. Sweeney 5, 13:59. Second period 2, Philadelphia, Kerr 20 (Eklund, ProppL 119 (pp. Overtime 3, Boston, B. Sweeney 4 (Joyce, Llnseman), .-01. Shots on goal Philadelphia 5-8-10-0-23. Boston 4-7-9-2-24. Power-play opportunities Philadelphia 1 of 3; Boston 0 of 4. Goalles-Pniladelphia, LaFcrest, 2-3-0 (24 shots-22 saves). Boston, Moog, 4-2-3 (23-22L A-14,283. Referee Ron Hoggarm. Linesmen Leon Stickle, Ron Finn. Nordiques 5, Canadiens 3 Montreal . Quebec . 1 2-3 .3 1 1-5 First period 1, Quebec, Saklc 14 (Poddubny, Brown), 3:05 (pp). 3, Quebec, Letts 3 (Forner, Brown), 4:24 (pp). 3, Quebec, Saklc 15 (Fortier, Jackson), 10-.45. Second period 4, Quebec, Brown 7 (Goulet, Forher), 4:21. 5, Montreal, Nas-kmd ( (Smith, Cheilos), 9-M (pp). Third period 6, Montreal, Smith 16 (Naslund, Robinson), 7:05. 7, Montreal, Deslardlns 1 (Cheilos, Courtnall), 15:44. 8, Quebec, Saklc 14 (P. Stactny), 19:14 (en). Shots on goal Montreal 1-9-15-32. Quebec 11-4-722. Power-play opportunities Montreal 1 of 9; Quebec 2 of 4. Goalies Montreal, Hayward 4-7-2 (22 shots-17 saves). Quebec, Gosselln 2-1-2 (32-29). A-15,399. Referee-Don Koharskl. Linesmen Kevin Collins, Ron Asselstlne. WRESTLING Professional WWF At RicUield, Ohio SURVIVOR SERIES Hulk Hogan, Randy "Macho Man" . Savage, Koko B. Ware, Hercules and Hillbilly Jim def. Akeem, Big Boss Man, King Haku, The Red Rooster and Ted DiBlese. Survivors: Hogan and Savage. Dlno Bravo, Andre the Giant, Her lay Race, Curt "Mr. Perfect" Hennlg and Ravishing Rick Rude def. Jake "The Snake" Roberts, hacksaw Jim Duggan, Kan Patera, Tito Santana and Scott Casey. Survivors: Bravo and Hennlg. Powers of Pain, the Young Stallions, the Rockers, the British Bulldogs and the Hart Foundation def. Demolition, the Conquistadors, the Bolsheviks, the Brain Busters and the Rougeau Brothers. Surviving team: Powers of Pain. Brutus "The Barber" Beefcake, the Ultimate Warrior, the Blue Blazer, Sam Houston and Jumping Jim Brunzell def. the Honky Tonk Man, Outlaw Ron Bass, Bad News Brown, Greg "The Hammer" Valentine and Dangerous Danny Davis. Survivor: The Ultimate Warrior. SOCCER msh W L Pet. GB Baltimore 4 0 1.000 Los Angelas 3 2 MO IV. Dallas 3 3 5O0 2 Kansas City 7 2 -500 2 San Diego 2 3 .400 2V. Wichita 2 3 .400 2Vi Tacoma - 1 4 .400 VH aoa 3i YESTERDAY No games scheduled. WEDNESDAY Kansas City 7 Baltimore Tacoma 5 -Sen Dleoo S Wkhlta 1 Los Angeles 4 Two overtime TONIGHT rimes EST Kansas City at Baltimore, 3:05 p.m. Dallas at Los Angeles, 11:05 p.m. For The Record compiled by Ken Mrazik Oilers 4, Blues 2 WALES - PATRICK W L T Pts OF GA NY Rangers .11 I 3 35 89 78 PHI-urg 11 II 32 194 98 Washington 10 9 2 22 77 75 Philadelphia 9 14 1 19 19 91 New Jersey I 11 3 19 72 85. NY Islanders . 7 12 2 14 45 83 WALES - ADAMS W L T Pts GF GA Montreal 13 9 3 29 94 86 Boston 10 8 5 25 81 69 Buffalo 8 12 2 IS 75 93 Quebec 8 13 2 18 84 104 Hartford I 12 1 17 71 80 CAMPBELL - NORRIS Edmonton t 11 4 St. Lewis 1(1 2 First period 1, Edmonton, Messier 7 (Anderson. S. Smith), 3:49 (sh). 2, St. Louis, G. Cavalllnl I (Federko, Roberts), 731. Edmonton, Carson 13 (Tlkkanen, Kurrl), 17 (pp). Second period 4, Edmonton, Carson 14 (Tlkkanen, Kurrl), 19:54. Third period 5, St. Louis, G. Cavalllnl 9 (Federko, Tuttte), :18. 4, Edmonton, Messier I (Anderson, Tlkkanen), 19:38 (en). Shots on goal Edmonton 5-5-311 St. Louis 9-5-1226. Power -play opportunities Edmonton 1 of 4; St. Louis 0 of 4. Goalies-Edmonton, Fuhr, 8-6-2 (26 shots-24 saves). St. Louis, Mlllen, 5-4-2 (12-9). A-13,203. Referee-Paul Stewart. Linesman Ryan Bozak, Jerry Pateman. Great race How Mario Lemieux's statistics compare to Wayne Gretzlcy's pace after 21 games in his record-setting seasons: Player Gewla lta. Lemieux 22 57 GreUky 21 46f 1981-1982 1 1985-1986 PENGUINS STATISTICS SCORING Lemieux Brown Coffey Quinn Errey Cullen , OP S a pti pm pp gar 18 22 35 57 14 7 2 20 II 25 43 44 11 0 19 6 23 29 50 3 2 20 11 12 23 33 3 0 21 7 13 20 42 0 2 21 5 15 20 25 4 0 21 10 8 18 40 5 1 20 4 7 11 27 2 2 21 4 4 10 29 1 1 17 1 5 4 49 0 0 13 7 3 5 26 I 0 20 1 4 5 40 0 0 17 1 3 4 41 0 0 18 1 3 4 47 0 0 21 1 3 4 50 0 0 10 1 0 1 12 0 0 11 1 0 1 77 0 0 .3 0 1 1, 2 0 0 11 0 1 1 0 0 0 . 0 0 0 48 0 0 .5000000 .5000200 .4 0 0 0 0 0 0 . 4 0 0 0 17 0 0 ,3 0 0 0 2 0 0 ,2000000 . 1 0 0 0 2 0 0 Cunneyworth Zalapskl Bourque . Hlllter Haman Frawley Dykstra Johnson Buskas Siren Leney Dahlquist Guenette Cauflekt McLlwaln Pkstrangelo Young Zemlak . BTasso , Recchl Stevens GOALTENEMNG g mm avg I I gi so Ptranoele. 5 244 3M 3 0 0 14 0 Guenette 11 575 4.38 5 6 0 41 0 Barrasso . 3 ISO 5.00 1 2 0 15 0 Young 4 304 4.12 2 2 0 21 0 HOME ATTENDANCE (II (amss) 150,348 (average 15,034) BASKETBALL NBA EASTERN - ATLANTIC w L Pet. GB New York 7 4 S36 Philadelphia 7 4 .436 New Jersey 6 6 .500 IV. Boston 5 6 .455 3 Washington 2 7 J22 4 Charlotte 2 I .200 4V. EASTERN - CENTRAL W L Pet. GB Detroit 9 2 J) 18 Cleveland 7 2 .778 1 Atlanta 6 5 -545 3 Chicago 4 5 .545 3 Milwaukee 4 4 S00 3Vi Indiana 1 9 .100 7Vi WESTERN - MIDWEST W L Pet. GB Utah 7 2 .778 - Dallas 7 3 .700 Vi Denver 7 4 .436 1 Houston 7 4 jb3t 1 San Antonio 3 6 .333 4 Miami 0 8 .000 6'3 WESTERN - PACIFIC W L Pet. GB LA. Lakers I 1 W - GoidenStete 5 5 .500 3 Portland 5 5 JOO 3 Seattle 5 5 -500 3 L-A. Clippers 5 6 ASS 3V Phoenix 4 .400 4 Sacramento 1 I .111 6V. YESTERDAY No games scheduled. WEDNESDAY Boston 114 Philadelphia 104. L-A. Lakers 131. New York 113 Dallas 125. .CharloTe 109 aevetjod 91 Miami 91 -Detroit 111 Milwaukee 124 San Antonio 119. Utah 111. Denver 106 .Washington 102 Atlanta 109 .Houston 101 Phoenix 129 - Chicago 97 . Golden State 85 New Jersey 133 LA. Clippers 105. Seattle 93 TONIGHT Times EST Milwaukee at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Charlotte at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Washington at Indiana, 7:30 pjn. Atlanta at Dallas, I pjn. San Antonio at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Seattle at Phoenix, 9-.30 p.m. New Jersey at L-A. Clippers, l(h30 pjn. Houston at Portland, 10:30 p.m. College SCHEDULE (All ptmt naxenmnct) ATLANTIC II COftP-RENCE Tanight - Rider at Rutgers. BIG EAST CONFERENCE Tenioht - (Big Apple NIT championship) Syracuse vs. Missouri; Georgetown at Hawell-Loa; (Great Alaskan Shootout) Seton Hall vs. Utah; (San Juan Shootout) Vlllanova vs. American U.Puerto Rico; (Fleet Classic) Providence vs. Nlaoara; (Lapchlck Memorial Tour-nament) St. John's vs. Long island. NORTHEAST CONFERENCE Tenioht (Lapchlck Memorial Tournament) St. John's vs. Long Island; Marlst at Louisiana State; Medger Evans at Monmouth. , Fri. Sat. Nov. 25 Nov. 26 Sun. Nov. 27 Mon. Tue. Nov. 28 Nov. 29 Wed. Nov. 30 Thu. Dec. 1 X Kansas Stealers , By lla&W 8 pa fA . l MornsgN 4 p.m. 7:30 m. Pm(f& S VWWW State ly "apsn 7:30 pa." ,., aJ flouart: -iff-Vlr9""a v 4pa. 7i30p.-i. Home nz i TODAY'S LINE Professional NFL SUNDAY Favorite prrrsBURGH WASHINGTON PHILAD'LPHIA CHICAGO CINCINNATI ATLANTA N.Y. JETS DENVER INDIANAPOLIS San Francisco NEW ORLEANS MONDAY SEATTLE NBA TONIGHT Favorite INDIANA BOSTON PHILAD'LPHIA DALLAS UTAH Seattle PORTLAND LA. CLIPPERS PIS. 2 1 5V. 13 3V4 4Vi 2 'A Pick 5 7 5 Pts. 2 3 15V. S 10Vi 1 4V. S Underdog Kansas City Cleveland Phoenix Green Bay Buffalo Tampa Bay Miami LA. Rams New England SAN DIEGO N.Y. Giants LA. Raiders Underdog Washington Milwaukee Charlotte ' Atlanta San Antonio PHOENIX Houston New Jarsey NHL TONIGHT Favorite WASHINGTON BUFFALO DETROIT MINNESOTA VANCOUVER College FOOTBALL TODAY Goals Vt-1 1-1 1-1 V. E-'A Vi-1 Pts. 7V. Pittsburgh Chicago Winnipeg Toronto New Jersey Underdog ALABAMA BOWLING PDA BUDWEISER CLASSIC At Columbus, Ohio FOUR ROUNDS 24 games 1, Ron Williams, Cahokla, III, 4-1-1, 5,974. 2, Wayne Webb, Beaumont, Texas, 3-5, 5,912. 3, Dave Ferraro, Kingston, N.Y, 5-2-1, 5,872. 4, George Brenham III, San Diego, 4-4, 5,843. 5, Parker Bonn ill. Freehold, NJ, 6-2, 5,849. 6, Ernie Schlegel, Vancouver, Wash, 5-3, 5436. 7, Tom Laskow, Commack, N.Y. 4-2, 5,811. I (He), D.J. Hochsteln, Farmington Hills, Mich., 3-5, and Walter Ray Williams Jr., Stockton, Calif., 5-3, 5,804. 10, Steve Lang, Indianapolis, 3-4-1, 5,771. . y-Aubum TOMORROW Boston College TEMPLE GEORGIA 14V. Georgia Tech HOUSTON 24 Rice Tennessee 2V. VANDERBtLT FLOROA ST. 14 Florida .-MISSISSIPPI 5Vs MISS. ST TULSA 12V. Colorado St. USC 4 Notre Dame MIAMI, FLA. 16V. Arkansas ARIZONA 7Vs Arizona St. LSU 20 Tulane HAWAII 3 Air Force V-at Birmingham, Ala. l-at Jackson, Miss. BASKETBALL TONIGHT Favorite Pts. Underdog Maul Clastic (Lahalna, Maul, Hawaii) Oklahoma 7V. Ohio St. Michigan I Vanderbllt Nev.-Las Vegas i DePaul Grswf Alaskan Shootout (Anehoraga) Kentucky IV. tone Seton Hall 4 Utah Florida 12 California Central Fidelity Classic (Richmond, Vs.) Alabama 3 Arizona St. mveatort Classic (Charlottesville, Va.) Marquette Pick Kent St. VIRGINIA 17 Dartmouth Fleet Classic (Providence, HI) & Alabama 7 Fairfield PROVIDENCE Niagara Big Apple NIT (Madison Square Garden) Syracuse 9 Missouri Freedom Bowl Classic (Irvine, Calif.) Maryland 16 Texas Christian Omars DETROIT 5 Rice Cal-Santa Barb S COLORADO Home team In CAPS. ON THE AIR TELEVISION - TODAY 2:30 p.m., College football, Alabama vs. Auburn - 2, 7, 10. 2:30 p.m., Golf, National Skins Pro-Am - ESPN. 1 5 p.m., College basketball, Kentucky vs. Iowa - ESPN. 7 p.m., College basketball, Oklahoma vs. Ohio State -ESPN. 7:30 p.m., Harness racing, The Meadows MRN. 8:05 p.m., NHL, Penguins vs. Washington 53. 8:05 p.m., NBA, Atlanta vs. Dallas - TBS. 9 p.m., College basketball. Syracuse vs. Missouri ESPN. 11:30 p.m., College basketball, Nevada-Las Vegas vs. DePaul - ESPN. RADIO TONIGHT 8:05 p.m., NHL, Penguins vs. Washington - KDKA-AM (1020). TELEVISION - TOMORROW MORNINGAFTERNOON 1:30 a.m., College basketball, Kansas vs. Alaska -ESPN. Noon, College football, Arkansas vs. Miami - 2, 10. Noon, College football, Boston College vs. Temple - 4, 7. 12:30 p.m., College football, Georgia Tech vs. Georgia -TBS. 6 2 p.m., Bowling, Budweiser Classic - 6, 11. 3:30 p.m., College football, Notre Dame vs. Southern Cal 4. 3:30 p.m., Golf, National Skins Pro-Am - 6, 11. 4:30 p.m., College basketball, Great Alaskan Shootout Mrnifinal ESPN. RADIO - TOMORROW AFTERNOON 2:15 p.m., High school football, Steel Valley vs. Center, WPIAL Class AA championship - WIXZ-AM (1360). WBVP-AM (1230), WMBA-AM (1460). 3:30 p.m., College football, Notre Dame vs. Southern Cal - KQV-AM (1410). 4:30 p.m., College basketball, Robert Morris vs. West Virginia - WIXZ-AM (1360) (joined in progress). 5 p.m., High school football, Aliquippa vs. Blackhawk, WPIAL Class AAA championship - WBVP-AM (1230). WMBA-AM (1460). ' JvJ

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