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The Pittsburgh Press B15 Tuesday, December 4, 1984 : - - FOE THE RECORD BASKETBALL FOOTBALL CALENDAR Tues. Wed. Thurs. Dec. 4 Dec. 5 Dec. 6 Fri. Sat. Sun. Dec. 7 Dec. 8 Dec. 9 NBA EASTERN - ATLANTIC W L Prt ft Pitt 80, Lafayette 66 LAFAYETTE min fg-a fl-a rt of tp Reynolds 31 7-10 1-1 2 1 15 Bennett 35 8-12 0-2 4 4 16 Coalmon ... 36 3-6 4-5 6 2 10 Morse , 34 6-13 0-0 2 0 12 Duckett . 36 1-4 4-5 3 4 6 K linger 5 0-1 0-0 110 Hughs .. 9 1-2 0-0 0 2 2 Souder 14 2-4 1-2 10 5 c, , I I i I I CevHafid Steelers) mpm Penguffi gg?A ifS Cleveland spimr 8:05 pm ri Robber! (wfly. fes IZ!L n Sj? IfrfgttU. Duquesnef v - H. V'j 2 p.m. Robert ft W.Virginia Pitt ' 'Lehigh Morris a Pm- 8p.m. P. West" "S "S3 Virginia y e.m 8p. High school AP ALL-STATE First team OFFENSE Ends Mike Hines, 6-1, 185, New Castle; Reggie Williams, 4-2, 185, Beaver Falls. Interior Linemen Mark Stepnoskl, 6-3, 255, Erie Prep; Ed Monaghan, 6-3, 240, Monslgnor Bonner (Phlla.); Ray Hucktstein, 6-2, 245, North Allegheny; Marty Llpplncott, 6-6, 255, North Catholic (Phlla.); Dean Caliguire, 6-3, 252, Montour. Quarterback Victor Lay, 6-3, 190, Aliquippa. Running Backs Brian Davis, 5-11, 200, Washington; Blair Thomas, Frank -ford, 5-1 1, 180; Raphael Abercrombie, 5-6, 180, Aliquippa. DEFENSE Ends - Charles Brav, 6-4, 215, Gateway; Joe Favata, 6-3, 215, Berwick. Interior Linemen Burt Grossman, Archbishop Carroll (Phlla); Bill Cherpak, 6-3, 250, Steel Valley; Bill Kitchen, 6-2, 215, Brownsville. Linebackers Scott Gob, 4-1, 240, Bethel Park; Stan Klmbell, 6-1, 210, Hanover; Mark White, 6-3, 210, Upper St. Clair. Backs - Scott Erney, 6-3, 205, Me-chanlcsburg; Mike Dimlnlck, 5-11, 175, Mount Carmal; Scott Rushton, 6-1, 175, Wllkes-Barre Coughlln. Home CZ1 'David L. Lawrence Convention Center NFL AMERICAN - CENTRAL W L T Pet. PF PA Pittsburgh ......7 7 0 .500 351 283 Cincinnati 6 8 0 .429 263 297 Cleveland 4 10 0 .286 203 254 Houston 3 11 0 .214 204 383 AMERICAN - EAST W L T Pet. PF PA x-Mlaml .. 12 2 0 .857 450 260 New England 8 6 0 .571 329 315 N.Y. Jets .......6 8 0 .429 290 3C6 Indianapolis ...4 10 0 .286 212 363 Buffalo 2 12 0 .143 212 381 AMERICAN - WEST W L T Pet. PF PA V-Seattle 12 2 0 .857 397 217 V-Dtnver .U 3 0 .786 304 214 L.A. Raiders 10 4 0 .714 337 262 San Diego 7 7 0 .500 360 355 Kansas Cltv ..6 8 0 .429 238 296 NATIONAL - EAST W L T Pet. PF PA N.Y. Giants ...9 5 0 .643 275 260 Washington ...9 5 0 .643 367 255 Dallas 9 5 0 .643 259 250 St. Louis 8 6 0 .571 365 295 Philadelphia ..5 8 1 .393 241 277 NATIONAL - CENTRAL W L T PCI. PF PA X-Chlcago 9 5 0 .643 281 215 Green Bay ...6 8 0 .429 332 281 Detroit 4 9 1 .321 267 354 Tampa Bay .4 10 0 .286 271 353 Minnesota ......3 11 0 .214 255 395 NATIONAL - WEST W L T Pel. PF PA x-San Fran. .13 1 0 .929 405 204 L.A. Rams ......9 5 0 .643 303 281 New Orleans .6 8 0 .429 267 334 Atlanta 3 11 0 .214 249 349 x-Cllnched division title. V-Cllnched playoff berth. LAST NIGHT San Diego 20... Chicago 7 SATURDAY Times EST Buffalo at N.Y. Jets, 12:30 p.m. Minnesota at San Francisco, 4 p.m. SUNDAY Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. N.Y. Giants at St. Louis, 1 p.m. New England at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. Miami at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 4 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 4 p.m. Houston at LA. Rams, 4 p.m. MONDAY L.A. Raiders at Detroit, 8 p.m. Chargers 20, Bears 7 Chicago 0 0 7 0 - 7 San Diego 0 6 0 14 20 SO FG Benirschke 48 SO FG Benirschke 27 CHI Payton 10 run (Thomas kick) SD Duckworth 88 pass from Luther (Benirschke kick) SD Williams 66 Interception return (Benirschke kick) A 45,470 TEAM STATISTICS Chi SD 18 ...First downs 9 33-164... Rushes-yards 21-77 148 ...Passing yards. 242 39 Return yards........ 83 21-37-1 Passes 12-29-0 4-33 Sacks by 5-37 11-38 Punts 8-38 3-2 Fumbles-lost 5-2 7-46 Penalties-yards 2-10 37:09 Time of possession........ 22:51 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Chlcago, Payton 23-92; Llsch 5-51; Thomas 3-14; Suhey 2-7. San Diego, Jackson 18-59; Luther 2-7; McGee 1-11. PASSING-Chlcago, Fuller 3-4-0-21; Llsch 18-33-1-164. San Diego, Luther 12-29-0-275. RECEIVING-Chlcago, Payton 4-38; Suhey 4-26; Gault 4-28; Thomas 3-16; Dunsmore 1-20; Baschnaoel 1-14; Saldl 1-8; Krenk 1-7; Moorehead 1-7. San Diego, Duckworth 3-185; Chandler 3-47; Slevers 3-18; Joiner 1-12; Holahan 1-10; Jackson 1-3. MISSED FIELD GOAL San Diego, Benirschke 52. UPI POLL (United Press International Board of Coaches ratings, with first-place votes and records In parentheses and Mai points.) 1. Brlgham Young (24) (12-0) 503 2. Oklahoma (8) (9-1-1) 479 3. Washington (1) (10-1) 383 4. Nebraska (9-2) 359 5. Ohio State (9-2) 343 6. Florida (2) (9-1-1) 331 7. South Carolina (10-1) 325 8. Boston College (9-2) 311 9. Oklahoma State (9-2) 240 10. Southern Methodist (9-2) 204 11. Maryland (8-3) 139 12. Louisiana State (8-2-1) 127 13. Miami (8-4) 73 14. Southern Cal (8-3) ....... 68 15. UCLA (8-3) 51 16. Florida State (7-3-1) 36 17. Wisconsin (7-3-1) 26 18. Notre Dame (7-4) 22 19. Auburn (8-4) 20 20. Texas (7-3-1) 19 By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on NCAA or conference probation are Ineligible for the Top 20 and national championship consideration. Teams on probation: Arizona, Clemson, Illinois and Kansas. AP POLL (Associated Press ratings, with first-place votes and records In parentheses and total points.) 1. Brlgham Young (33'A) (12-0). 1,09m 2. Oklahoma (16'a) (9-1-1). l,083Vi 3. Florida (6) (9-1-1)...... 1,033 4. Washington (1) (10-1)......... 963 5. Nebraska (9-2) 888 6. Ohio State (9-2) 811 7. South Carolina (10-1) ...808 8. Boston College (9-2) . 767 9. Oklahoma State (9-2) 725 10. Southern Methodist (9-2).. 608 11. Louisiana Stare (8-2-1) 525 12. Maryland (8-3) 484 13. Miami, Fla. (8-4) 416 14. UCLA (8-3) 342 15. Florida State (7-3-1) - 271 16. Auburn (8-3) 213 17. Notre Dame (7-4) 210 18. Southern Cal (8-3) 191 19. Texas (7-3-1) 136 20. Wisconsin (7-3-1) 74 Others receiving votes: Texas Christian 70, Houston 38, Kentucky 33, Arkansas 29, Georgia 24, Virginia Tech 23, Tennessee 22, Fullerton State 19, Army 18, Virginia 18, Air Force 9, Rutgers 7, Purdue 5, Georgia Tech 4, Iowa 3, Texas A&M 3, West Virginia 2, Nevada-Las Vegas 1, Toledo 1. AP ALL-AMERICANS First team OFFENSE Tight End Mark Bavaro, Notre Dame, 6-4, 242, Senior, Danvers, Mass. Wide Receivers Eddie Brown, Miami, Fla., 6-0, 185, Senior, Miami, Fla.; David Williams, Illinois, 6-3, 195, Junior, Los Angeles, Calif. Tackles - Bill Fralic, Pitt, 6-5, 285, Senior, Penn Hills; Lomas Brown, Florida, 6-5, 277, Senior, Miami, Fla. Guards Dan Lynch, Washington State, 6-4, 261, Senior, Spokane, Wash.; Del Wilkes, South Carolina, 6-3, 266, Senior, Columbia, S.C. Center Mark Traynowlcz, Nebraska, 6-6, 265, Senior, Bellevue, Neb. Quarterback Doug Fluhe, Boston College, 5-9, 175, Senior, Natlck, Mass. Running Backs Keith Bvars, Ohio State, 6-2, 233, Junior, Dayton, Ohio; Kenneth Davis, Texas Christian, 5-10, 210, Junior, Temple, Texas. Placeklcker - John Lee, UCLA, 5-10', 175, Junior, Downey, Calif. DEFENSE Tackles - Leslie O'Neal, Oklahoma State, 6-4, 245, Junior, Little Rock, Ark.; Bruce Smith, Virginia Tech, 6-4, 275, Senior, Norfolk, Va. Middle Guard Tony Caslllas, Oklahoma, 6-3, 272, Junior, Tulsa, Okla. Linebackers Gregg Carr, Auburn, 6-2, 215, Senior, Birmingham, Ala.; Jack Del Rio, Southern California, 6-4, 235, Senior, Hayward, Calif.; James Sea-wrlght, South Carolina, 6-2, 218, Senior, Slmpsonvllle, S.C; Larry Station, Iowa, 6-1, 233, Junior, Omaha, Neb. Backs David Fulcher, Arizona State, 6-2, 218, Sophomore, Los Angeles, Calif.; Jerry Gray, Texas, 6-1, 189, Senior, Lubbock, Texas; Kyle Morrell, Brlgham Young, 6-2, 184, Senior, Bountiful, Utah; Tony Thurman, Boston College, 6-0, 179, Senior, Lynn, Mass. Punter Ricky Anderson, Vanderbllt, 6-2, 190, Senior, St. Petersburg, Fla. Second team OFFENSE Tight End - Willie Smtth, Miami, Fla. Wide Receivers Tracy Henderson, Iowa State; Gerard Phelan, Boston College. Tackles Brian Jozwiak, West Virginia; Lance Smith, LSU. Guards Harry Grlmmlnger, Nebraska; Carlton Walker, Utah. Center Phil Bromley, Florida. Quarterback Bernle Kosar, Miami, Fla. Running Backs Johnnie Jones, Tennessee; Rueben Mayes, Washington State. Placeklcker Kevin Butler, Georgia. DEFENSE Tackles Tony Degrate, Texas; Ron Holmes, Washington. Middle Guard Tim Newton, Florida. Linebackers Brian Bosworth, Oklahoma; Knox Culpepper, Georgia; Willie Pless, Kansas; Eric Wilson, Maryland. Backs Rod Brown, Oklahoma State; Bret Clark, Nebraska; Jeff Sanchez, Georgia; Anthony Young, Temple. Punter Randall Cunningham, Nevada-Las Vegas. Third team OFFENSE Tight End Alan Andrews, Rutgers. Wide Receivers James Maness, Texas Christian; Larry Willis, Fresno State. Tackles John Clav, Missouri; Jeff Dellenbach, Wisconsin. Guards Bill Mayo, Tennessee; Larry Williams, Notre Dame. Center Trevor Matlch, Brlgham Young. Quarterback Robbie Bosco, Brlgham Young. Running Backs Greg Allen, Florida State; Ethan Horton, North Carolina. Placeklcker Donald Igwebulke, Clemson. DEFENSE Tackles Rav Childress, Texas A&M; Tim Green, Syracuse. Middle Guard William Perry, Clemson. Linebackers Duane Bickett, Southern California; Alonzo Johnson, Florida; Tim Meamber, Washington; John Offerdahl, Western Michigan. Backs Jim Bowman, Central Michigan; Paul Calhoun, Kentucky; Nate Harris, Tulsa; Lester Lyles, Virginia. Punter Tom Tupa, Ohio State. District honorable mention OFFENSE Running Back D.J, Dozler, Penn State. Placeklcker Paul Woodslde, West Virginia. , DEFENSE Linebackers Troy Benson, Pitt; Michael Zordich, Penn State. Punter Steve Superlck, West Virginia. Mon. Dec. 10 HOCKEY NHL WALES - PATRICK W L T Pts. GF GA Philadelphia 16 4 4 36 109 61 NY Islanders 15 t 1 31 123 101 Washington .11 I 5 27 95 78 NV Rangers .9 12 2 20 85 100 New Jersey ..7 13 2 16 71 92 Pittsburgh 4 14 3 IS 77 101 WALES - ADAMS W L T PtS. GF GA Montreal 15 5 4 34 96 72 Quebec 12 11 2 26 97 97 Boston 11 11 2 24 10 79 Buffalo 9 11 4 22 (8 84 Hartford 8 13 3 19 77 108 CAMPBELL - NORMS W L T Pts. GF GA Chicago . 12 11 2 26 102 93 St. Louis 12 9 1 25 91 81 Minnesota 8 11 5 21 88 101 Detroit 6 14 3 15 86 109 Toronto 4 16 4 12 72 114 CAMPBELL - SMYTHE W L T Pts. GF GA Edmonton ....18 3 3 39 126 71 Calgary 15 9 1 31 127 97 Los Angeles 12 9 3 27 108 90 Winnipeg 12 9 2 26 100 90 Vancouver 4 21 2 10 83 163 LAST NIGHT Boston 3 Quebec 3 Montreal 9 Hartford 3 Philadelphia 6 N.Y. Rangers 2 N.Y. Islanders 5 Vancouver 4 TONIGHT Times EST New Jersey at Washington, 7:35 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 7:35 p.m. Winnipeg at St. Louis, 8:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. Canadiens 9, Whalers 3 Hartford 0 1 2-3 Montreal 4 3 2 9 First period 1, Montreal, Ludwig 3 (Tremblay, Naslund), 3:29. 2, Montreal, Tremblay 6 (Mondou, Naslund), 7:55 (pp). 3, Montreal, Naslund 13 (Tremblay), 14:10. 4, Montreal, Naslund 14 (Green), 16:44. Second period 5, Montreal, Naslund 15 (Mondou, Tremblay), 5:54. 6, Hartford, Francis 8 (Lumley), 12:02. 7, Montreal, Smltti 8 (Robinson, Turcotte), 17:10. 8, Montreal, Mondou 5 (Chelios, Kurvers), 19:11. Third period 9, Montreal, Smith 9 (Flockhart, Chelios), :35 (pp). 10, Montreal, Naslund 16 (Tremblay), 4:14. 11, Hartford, Kotsopoulos 5 (Malone, Quen-nevllle), 6:44. 12, Hartford, Crawford, 8 (Malone, Pierce), 11:50. Shots on goal-Hartford 12-5-8-25. Montreal 10-9-6-25. Goalies-Hartford, Weeks (25 shots-16 saves). Montreal, Penny (25-22). A 17,007. Referee Denis Morel. Bruins 3, Nordiques 3 Boston 1 1 1-3 Quebec 1 1 1 3 First period 1, Quebec, M.Stastny 5 (P. Stastny, A. Stastny), 6:12. 2, Boston, Fergus 13 (Crowder, Silk), 13:57. Second period 3, Quebec, Goulet 17 (Mann, Hunter), 5:23. 4, Boston, Middle-ton (Byers, Mllbury), 16:06. Third period 5, Quebec, Goulet 18 (Marols), 1:39. 6, Boston, Fergus 14 (Bourque, Simmer), 17:34. Shots on goal-3oston 13-10-5-1-29. Quebec 6-11-5-4-26. Goalies Boston, Petters (26 shots-23 saves). Quebec, Gosselln (29-26). A 15,118. Referee-Brian Lewis. Flyers 6, Rangers 2 Philadelphia 1 3 2 6 N.Y. Rangers .. 1 0 1 2 First period 1, New York, Erlxon 3 (Sundstrom, Gagner), :21. 2, Philadelphia, Propp 16 (Kerr, McCrimmon), 1:18. Second period 3, Philadelphia, Slnl-salo 10 (Dvorak, Zezel), :27 (pp). 4, Phila, Poulln 4, 14:09. 5, Phi, Smith 6 (Poulln, Slnlsalo), 18:01. Third perlod-6, New York, Sand-Strom 9 (Allison, Larouche), 3:24 (pp). 7, Philadelphia, Zezel 4 (Crossman, Dvorak), 6:41 (pp). 8, Philadelphia, Poulln 7, 14:51. Shots on goal-Philadelphia 15-15-8-38. New York 5-10-18-33. Goalies Philadelphia, Froese (33 shots-31 saves). New York, Hanlon (38-32). A-17,422. Referee-Bob Hall. Islanders 5, Canucks 4 N.Y. Islanders 3 2 0 5 Vancouver 0 0 4 4 First period-1, New York, Gilbert 3 (Bossy), 1:17 (pp). 2, New York, B. Sutter 18 (Flatlev), 12:31. 3, New York, Tonelll 13 (D. Sutter, Boutilier), 19:02. Second period 4, New York, Bossy 26 (Trottler, Jonsson), :34 (pp). 5, Flatlev 9 (B. Sutter, Boutilier), 4:37. Third period 6, Vancouver, Skrlko 6 (Gradin, Dalgneault), 5:48. 7, Vancouver, Sundstrom 6 (Petit, Lemay), 7:56. 8, Vancouver, Lemay 9 (Petit, Smyl), 13:15 (pp). 9, Vancouver, Gradin 8 (Skriko, Neely), 18:50. Shots on goal-New York 14-18-7-39. Vancouver 11-9-14-34. Goalies-New York, Hrudey (34 shots-30 saves). Vancouver, Brodeur (39-34). A- 1 1,343. Referee Ron Koharskl. High school SHIHL YESTERDAY Bethel Park 4 Peters Twp. 4 Canevln 1 Mt. Lebanon 1 Seton-LaSalle 5 Belle Vernon 4 WPIHL YESTERDAY Shaler 8 Penn Hills 4 For The Record compiled by Luka Krneta ON THE AIR Boston U .....15 1 .938 - Philadelphia .............. 13 4 .765 VH Washington 12 7 .632 4Vi New jersey ............ a -y .471 7Vi New York.,. 8 12 .400 9 , EASTERN - CENTRAL W L Pet. GB ,...11 8 .579 - .... 10 - 9 .526 1 9 9 .500 1V4 7 10 .412 3 Milwaukee ..... Chlcaoo Detroit ...... Atlanta Indiana ............. Cleveland ........ WESTERN ...5 14 .357 6 2 15 .118 8 MIDWEST W L Pel. .....13 3 .813 .... 12 6 .667 9 9 .500 9 10 .474 8 9 .471 gb "2 5 5'j SVi Denver ... Houston ............ Dallas ............... Utah San Antonio .... Kansas Cltv .... WESTERN 3 13 .188 10 - PACIFIC W L Pel. GB I. A. Lakers 12 7 .632 - Portland i 11 8 .579 1 Phoenix ........ 11 9 .550 IVi Seattle 8 11 .421 4 Golden State 6 12 .333 516 L.A. Clippers 6 13 .316 6 LAST NIGHT Seattle 108 Phoenix 96 TONIGHT Times EST Denver at New York, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Houston, 8:30 p.m. Atlanta at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Utah at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Phoenix at Portland, 10:30 p.m. SuperSonicS 108, Suns 96 PHOENIX - Lucas 5-15 4-8 14. Nance 5-11 1-1 11, Edwards 6-12 4-5 16, Holton 1-9 0-0 2, Humphries 1-6 2-2 4. Foster 8-16 0-2 19, Adams 6-10 4-4 16, scon l-i o-o 2, Jones 4-y o-o 8. pmman 0-1 0-0 0, Young 2-3 O-O 4. Totals 39-93 15-22 6. SEATTLE - Chambers 9-18 10-12 28, Vranes 4-5 1-2 9. Slkma 11-18 7-8 29. Henderson 6-11 6-8 18, Wood 3-14 0-0 6, Sobers 1-5 1-2 3, Brickowskl 1-1 0-0 2, King 0-2 0-0 0, McCormlck 3-4 1-3 7, Sundvold 2-4 2-2 6. Totals 40-82 28-37 108. Phoenix 23 26 26 21 96 Seattle ............. 30 24 26 28 - 108 Three-point goals Foster 3. Fouled out Edwards. Rebounds Phoenix 61 (Jones 13), Seattle 51 (Slkma 11). As-slsts-Phoenlx 27 (Holton 10), Seattle 29 (Henderson 7). Total fouls Phoenix 32, Seattle 24. Technicals Chambers 2 (elected), Humphries 2 (elected). A 5,401. College District California 95 Waynesburg 81 CCAC-Allegheny 83 Garrett 81 Duquesne 73 Wheeling 57 Gannon 83 Edlnboro 80 PS-McKeesport 79 CMU-JV 65 Pitt 80 ....Lafayette 66 Rochester Tech 78 Allegheny 70 St. Vincent 82 Alliance 67 Wash. & Jeff. 71 Juniata 53 West Virginia 82 Ohio Weslevan 71 Youngstown 80 Wooster 64 TONIGHT Behrend at Thlel, Pitt-Bradford at Geneva, Pitt-Johnstown at Slippery Rock. TOMORROW AFTERNOON CCAC-Boyce vs. Garrett, CCAC-Allegheny, 5 p.m. East Alvernia 87 Penn St.-Capitol 74 Bloomsburg 60 York 54 Buffalo 113 Daemen 66 Cumberland 63.... Union 59 Delaware 74 Glassboro St. 66 Fairmont St. 69 Davis & Elklns 68 FDU-Madlson 52 Moravian 51 Fordham 82 St. Francis, NY 65 George Washington 115. Morgan St. 67 Kings 88 Delaware Valley 66 Lycoming 43 Messiah 33 Mansfield 89 Lock Haven 65 Navy 84 American 68 Phlla. Textile 82 West Chester 72 St. Joseph's 79 N.Y. Polvtech 56 So. Connecticut 61 Springfield 55 Salem 92 Alderson-Broaddus 87 Siena 71 Lehigh 67 Stockton St. 78 Allentown 64 W. Virginia Tech 76 Glenvllle St. 70 Wilkes 71 E. Stroudsburg 49 South Alabama 100... E. Tennessee St. 76 Atlantic Christian 75 ..Bluefleld Coll. 57 Auburn 8Q Armstrong St. 47 Baptist 66 Coll. of Charleston 61 Davidson 73 Ersklne 64 Florida St. 97 Florida Intl 43 Furman 67 Newberry 53 Houston Baptist 63 Nlcholls St. 61 Louisiana St. 87 Texas 79 Louisiana Tech 75 Rice 63 N. Carolina 77 Howard 63 N. Carolina St. 83 Hartford 46 NE Louisiana 73 S. Mississippi 59 S. Carolina 94 Citadel 82 Southern U. 84 Chicago St. 71 SE Louisiana 91 Centenary 60 SW Louisiana 10l..N.C.-Greensboro 60 Vanderbllt 94 Middle Tenn. 82 Virginia 68 VMI 57 Virginia Tech 91 Md.-E. Shore 46 W. Virginia Tech 76 Glenvllle 70 Midwest DePaul 77 Chlco St. 37 Detroit 81 Wayne St. 66 Drake 68 Wls.-Green Bay 61 Indiana St. 84 Liberty Baptist 51 Missouri 75 Morehead St. 60 Moorhead St. 78 Mayvllle St. 74 No. Iowa 79 . III. Benedictine 60 Nebraska 86 Montana St. 65 Rio Grande 121 Bluefleld St. 97 So. Illinois 71 SW Missouri 67 SE Missouri 58 -Qulncv, III. 52 Wichita St. 63.. Oregon 58 Wisconsin 88 Kentucky St. 74 Xavier 71 E. Michigan 70 Xayler, Ohio 71 E. Michigan 70 Southwest Abilene Christian 93 Pepperdlne 89 Delta St. 67 S. Arkansas 58 Lamar 83 SW Texas St. 51 Sam Houston St. 89 Midwestern 77 Texas-Arlington 76Hardln-Slmmons 70 Texas-El Paso 68 Arizona St. 57 Washburn 58 Stephen F. Austin 56 Washington 59. Texas Tech 57 West San Diego 65 San Jose St. 63 So. Colorado 84 ...... Fort Lewis Coll. 64 Exhibition Athletes In Action B3......Loulsvllle 61 overtime two overtimes DISTRICT WOMEN Allegheny 71 Westminster 52 Carlow 73 Wash. a, Jeff. 61 CCAC-Allegheny 65 Mt. Aloysius 21 Geneva 67 Carnegie-Mellon 54 Penn State 73 Duquesne 36 Duquesne 73, Wheeling 57 WHEELING min fs-a ft-a rb pi pt Scott 24 4-9 2-2 3 2 10 Mclntyre ... 33 5-12 3-4 4 1 13 Mostl 24 1-2 5-6 2 2 7 Conroy 36 5-11 0-2 5 1 10 Cohan 36 1-7 0-0 4 1 2 Mancinelll . 6 0-1 0-0 4 1 0 Werner 17 0-1 0-0 0 0 0 Woods 4 2-7 2-2 1 1 6 S'odzlnskl .. 5 1-1 3-5 3 0 5 Harper 15 2-4 0-2 5 4 4 Totals ... 200 21-55 15-23 33 13 57 DUQUESNE min fg-a - rb of pt Beavers .... 30 2-4 2-2 8 3 6 Bobo 21 4-9 0-1 8 3 8 Rawls 33 7-11 3-4 9 2 17 Suder 31 11-17 3-4 4 4 25 Farrell 23 2-7 0-0 4 3 4 Waddell ..... 23 3-5 0-0 0 1 6 Dobbs 21 3-7 1-2 117 Balog 10 0-0 0-0 0 2 0 Preston 5 0-1 0-0 12 0 Sarson 1 0-0 0-0 2 0 0 Oliver 1 0-0 0-2 0 0 0 Wilson . 1 0-1 0-0 0 0 0, Totals 200 32-62 9-15 39 21 73 (Team rebounds Included In Mais.) Halftlme-Duquesne, 35-24. FG Pct.-Duquesne 50.6; Wheeling 38.1. Turnovers Wheeling 20; Duquesne 17. Steals-Duquesne 9 (Waddell 3); Wheeling 6 (Mancinelll 2). Assist leaders-Du-quesne, Waddell 8 and Beavers 6; Wheeling, Cohan 4. Attendance-2,782. Officials-Dutch Shample and Pete Russo. Total 200 28-54 10-13 24 14 66 min fg-a Smith 19 2-4 Watklns ..... 21 5-5 Armstrong 38 6-10 Aiken 36 8-12 David ... 25 6-13 Gore 17 6-10 Williams ... 23 3-5 Shepherd .. 12 1-4 Ferguson .. 2 0-0 Lewis ... 2 0-0 Mlklasevlch 5 0-1 ft-a rb pf tp 0-15 4 4 0-0 4-7 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 4 5 10 6 2 16 1 16 0 2 2 0 14 2 12 1 6 6 6 0-1 1 0-0 0-0 0 2 Totals 200 37-65 6-12 35 16 10 (Team rebounds Included In totals.) Halftlme-Pttt, 34-27. FG Pct.-La-fayette, .519; Pitt, .569. Turnovers-Lafayette 20; Pitt 21. Steals-Lafayette 3; Pitt 5 (Aiken 2, David 2). Assist leaders-Lafayette 16 (Duckett 16), Pitt 14 (Aiken 7). Attendence-301. Officials-Richard Slomkowski, Gerald Donaghy, Robert Donato. WVU 82, Ohio Wesleyan 71 OHIO WESLEYAN min fg-a ft-a rb pf tp Hollen- baugh ., 39 6-18 0-0 4 1 13 Jarrett 39 8-19 2-4 9 2 18 Oberhotfier 40 6-23 2-2 12 3 14 Hendrlx ..... 39 3-7 0-0 3 1 6 Tedder 38 7-19 2-3 4 0 16 Shields 3 1-3 0-0 0 1 2 Zeller ......... 1 o-O 0-0 0 10 Taylor . l l-i 0-0 112 Totals 200 32-90 WEST VIRGINIA min fg-a Rowe 25 10-14 R. Brown .. 30 4-7 Plnckney . 35 5-7 Blaney 29 5-8 Odom 21 4-8 Crawl 11 2-6 Yearwood . 13 3-5 Harlty 19 1-2 Wolf 5 0-0 Davis 8 0-1 Semlsch .... 4 0-0 6-9 42 12 71 ft-a rb pf tp 3-4 1 23 1 9 4 11 1 14 2 12 2 4 1-2 1- 2 3-3 2- 3 0-0 0- 0 1- 2 0-0 0-2 1 0-0 1 Totals 200 34-58 11-18 43 14 81 (Team rebounds Included In Mais.) Halftlme-WVU, 42-34. FG Pct.-O-hlo Wesleyen-35.6; WVU 58,6. TurnoversOhio Weslevan 18; WVU 27. Steals-Ohio Wesleyan 7 (Tedder 4); WVU 8 (Plnckney 4). Assist leaders-Ohio Wesleyan, Hendrlx 5, WVU, Harley 6. Attendance 5,682. officials Stere-tore, Luvera, Murray. CCAC-Alleg. 83, Garrett 81 CCAC-ALLEGHENY - Tucker 6 0-0 12, Kromah 0 0-0 0, Vandlver 6 2-2 14, Harris 6 18-23 30, Thompson 7 1-2 15, McClung 2 0-0 4, Zailcek 2 4-5 8, Wuen-Stel 0 0-0 0. Totals 29 25-32 83. GARRETT - Mayfleld 1 1-3 3, A. Monroe 9 11-14 29, Yoder 5 2-2 12, Shlflett 1 0-0 2, Kearney 7 0-0 14, J. Monroe 4 0-0 8, Morris 0 2-2 2, Black well 4 3-4 11. Totals 31 19-27 81. Halfflme-Garrett, 42-40. UPI POLL (United Press International Board of Coaches ratings, with first-place votes and records In parentheses and Mai points.) 1. Georgetown (40) (3-0) 619 2. DePaul (1) (2-0) 572 3. St. John's (2-0) 446 4. Duke (3-0) 430 5. Illinois (5-1) 401 6. Memphis State (2-0) 397 7. Louisville (2-0) 350 8. Washington (2-0) 303 9. Southern Methodist (1) (1-0) ...302 10. North Carolina State (2-0) 166 11. Louisiana State (2-0) 122 12. Indiana (1-1) 109 13. Syracuse (1-0) 106 14. Georgia Tech (3-0) 78 15. Alabama-Birmingham (4-1) 77 16. Oklahoma (2-2) . 72 17. Kansas (3-1) 71 18. North Carolina (2-0) 64 19. Virginia Tech (2-0) 60 20. Nevada-Las Vegas (1-1) 50 By agreement with the National Association of Basketball Coaches of the United States, teams on probation by the NCAA and Ineligible for the NCAA Tournament are Ineligible for Top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches.The only such team Is Akron. AP POLL (Associated Press ratings, with first-place votes and records In parentheses and total points.) .1. Georgetown (55) (3-0) ... 1,157 2. DePaul (2) (2-0) 1,049 3. St. John's (2-0) 932 4. Duke (1) (3-0) 931 5. Memphis State (2-0) 853 6. Louisville (2-0) 852 7. Illinois (5-1) 822 8. Southern Methodist (1-0) 715 9. Washington (2-0) 687 10. North Carolina State (2-0). 570 11. Indiana (1-1) 475 12. Syracuse (1-0) 444 13. Louisiana State (2-0) 402 14. Virginia Tech (2-0) 377 15. Georgia Tech (3-0) 325 16. North Carolina (2-0) 304 17. Oklahoma (2-2) 298 18. Alabama-Birmingham (4-1) 210 19. Kansas (3-1) 190 20. Nevada-Las Vegas (1-1) 115 SCRIPPS-HOWARD POLL (First place votes In parentheses and total points.) 1. Georgetown (26) 577 2. DePaul (1) 519 3. St. John's (2) 488 4. Memphis State 435 5. Louisville 428 6. Duke 422 7. Illinois 407 8. Indiana 359 9. Washington 341 10. Southern Methodist 318 11. North Carolina State 261 12. Louisiana State 226 13. Virginia Tech 218 14. Syracuse 174 15. Oklahoma 158 16. Georgia Tech 154 17. North Carolina 106 18. Alabama-Birmingham 102 19. Kansas 100 20. Nevada-Las Vegas 88 Also receiving votes: Arkansas 65; Notre Dame and Auburn 22 each; Michigan 19; Ohio State 17; Purdue 16; Vlllan-ova 10; Kentucky, Iowa and Alabama 8 each; Houston 7; Florida 3; Maryland 2; Western Kentucky and Oregon State 1 each. Newspapers represented In the poll: The Pittsburgh Press; The Albuquerque Tribune; Birmingham, Ala., Post-Herald;: The Cincinnati Post; The Kentucky Posf (In Covington); Columbus, Ohio, Citizen-Journal; the Rocky Mountain News In Denver; El Paso Herald-Post; The Ev-ansvllle, Ind., Press; Fort Worth Star-Telegram; Fullerton, Calif., Dally News Tribune; Hollywood, Fla., Sun-Tattler; The Knoxvllle News-Sentinel; The Commercial Appeal In Memphis; San Francisco Examiner; The Stuart (Fla.) Fla.,. News. High school GIRLS YESTERDAY WPSD 56 ..Ellis 47 BOXING Professional SCHEDULE TONIGHT At Wayne Pa. Sal Cenlcola vs. Alphonso Mitchell, 10, lightweights. At Atlantic City, N.J. Carl Riskus vs. Orlando Montalbo, 10, lunlor mlddlewelghtsj Milton McCrory vs. Llovd Taylor, 10, welter, weights; Steve McCrory vs. James Tol-liver, bantamweights; Bobby Joe Young vs. Roberto Mcndez, 10, welterweight. RACING Wheeling 1ST - (PC) Grade B. Time 31.41. Off 7:31. C Town Red 16.20 3.60 2.80 Kool Judee 4.40 3.80 Qpl's Combo 3.40 Quinella (1-5) paid 528.40; Perfecta (1-5) paid $54.00; Trifecta (1-5-7) paid S150.40; BoxWheel (1-5-7) paid $75,30 2ND - (BC) Grade D. Time 44.18. Off 7:46. Def Leopard $6.40 3.20 2.40 M's Flame 5.80 2.80 OK Cotfan 2.40 Quinella (3-S) paid $28.40; Perfect (3-5) paid $52.00; Trifecta (3-5-8) paid $127.20; BoxWheel (3-5-8) paid $3.0 3RD - (PC) Grade M. Time 31.04. Off 8:01. Hlldy's Jack B $4.60 3.40 3.80 Pyrmld Sara Lane $11.00 6.20 Snaps Grace 15.00 Quinella (1-3) paid $49.40; Perfecta (3-1) paid $63.00; Trifecta (3-1-6) paid $925.80; BoxWheel (3-1-6) paid $462.90 4TH - (PC) Grade A. Time 31.02. Off 8:16. Hereby $9.60 5.00 4.40 Logan's Red Van 7.00 3.00 DD's Marshal Mut.l..,, 2.60 Quinella (1-2) paid $29.40; Perfecta (1-2) paid $39.40; Trifecta (1-2-6) paid $194.60; BoxWhtel (1-2-6) paid $97.30 5TH - (KC) Grade B. Time 38.95. Off 8:31. Ashley $4.20 2.80 2.60 Rose Brown .5.00 4.00 Her Luck 6.40 Quinella (1-2) paid $33.00; Perfecta (2-1) paid $21.40; Trifecta (2-1-6) paid $144.00; BoxWheel (2-1-6) paid $72.00 6TH - (PC) Grade C. Time 31.32. Off 8:46. Impossible Love $5.20 3.40 3.00 Space Age 4.00 2.80 Kaoo Elite Caddy 2.60 Quinella (5-8) paid $25.40; Perfecta (8-5) paid $37.00; Trifecta (8-5-4) paid $140.40; BoxWheel (8-5-4) paid $70.30 7TH - (PC) Grade AA. Time 30.63. Off 9:01. Salty Edition $5.20 3.80 3.00 AK's Loco Lad 14.20 4.00 Shur Lll Sis 3.60 Quinella (4-i) paid $25.00; Perfecta (6-4) paid $43.60; Trifecta (6-4-2) paid $166.00; BoxWheel (6-4-2) paid $83.00 3TH - (BC) Grade T. Time 44.14. Off 9:16. Hatta Be $6.20 5.20 3.20 Logan's Playboy 5.60 4.40 Zlppln Zaoer 3.80 Quinella (4-5) paid $30.00; Perfecta (4-5) paid $82.00; Trifecta (4-5-1) paid $336.00; BoxWheel (4-5-1) paid $168.00 9TH - (PC) Grade C. Time 31.69. Off 9:31. Tony Be Gone $20.00 17.20 4.00 Cool Change 9.00 4.20 Iron Brand 3.20 Quinella (4 5) paid $47.40; Perfecta (4-5) paid $84.00; Trifecta (4-5-1) paid $591.00; BoxWheel (4-5-1) paid $295.50 10TH -! (PC) AA. Time 30.82. Off 9:47. Herb's Bob Scamp $17.40 5.80 3.20 Big Bad Burn 6.20 3.00 River Roy 4.40 Quinella (2-4) paid $22.00; Perfecta (2-4) paid $98.40; Trifecta (2-4-3) paid S2 10.40; BoxWheel (2-4-3) paid $105.20 11TH - (PC) B. Time 39.93. Off 10:02. Logan's Wheels $54.40 22.00 13.20 MD Bud 6.20 6.40 Secret Champ 13.20 Quinella (4-8) paid $57.80; Perfecta (4-8) paid $192.40; Trifecta (4-8-3) paid $1,360.00; BoxWheel 14-8-3) paid $680.00 12TH - (KC) AA. Time 39.00. Off 10:19. Patriotic Dale $33.60 13.80 10.40 Helen's Hopeful 4.80 10.40 M's Tracy 3,80 Quinella (2-6) paid $175.60; Perfecta (6-2) paid $265.20; Superfecta (6-2-7-AII) paid $7,528.80 Attendince-1,423. Handle-$205,972. Waterford 1ST - Time 1:18.3. Off 1:30. Grand 0. Joe, Dees 8.40 3.40 2.80 Publisher II, Brown 2.60 3.00 Leo's Image, Hunter 4.00 Scratched-Ruthie's Racer, Nature Girl, Bellaboy, Cherle's Flag 2ND - Time 1:04.3. Off 1:52. Ed's Gala Star, Thomas... 5.00 3.80 3.00 Low There, Colon 8.40 6.20 Deceptive Speed, Slmonetti 4.20 Scratched-Tumalo Gold, Fire Up And Go, Dream Finder, Shifty Sam Daily Double (9-10) paid $44.60 Perfecta (10-7) paid $60.00 3RD - Time 1:18. Off 2:15. Gate Savior, Bankes 34.20 7.8 0 4.80 Blesk Comet, Osorlo 3.00 2.80 Levu Vana, Akers 10.60 Scratched-Great Prospect, Sting Way, Jay's Dream, Doubleha, Tudor Trim, The Count's Trick Perfecta (2-9) paid $104.40 Trifecta (2-9-8) paid $2,978.60 4TH - Time 1:04.3. Off 2:37. Jim Alice, Miller 4.40 3.40 2.80 Barley Sugar, Akers 5.60 5.80 Spanish Message, Sosa 7.40 Scretched-Kld's No Bluffer, Laura's Maxl Can, Dangerous Dave, Troyes, Surf on In Perfecta (3-8) paid $21.20 5TH - Time 1:16. Off 3:01. Sfratakem Trouble, Keeler 6.20 4.00 3.80 Argute, Slmonetti 8.00 4.80 Miguel F., Brown 4.80 Scratched-Champery, Zlngalong Home. Sabre Man, Bethel Place Perfecta (10-9) paid $44.00 Trifecta (10-9-1) paid $336.00 6TH - Time 1:55.3. Off 3:23. Zwak, Colon 9.20 4.20 3.80 Korakl, Gray 24.80 9.00 Eooemoogln, Montlel 4.80 Perfecta (2-3) paid $113.20 7TH - Time 1:48.1. Oft 3:45. Tidal Dancer, Bankes.... 25.40 10.60 4.40 Hall To Hath, Keeler 5.80 2.80 Stacey Peachy Keen, Gray 3.20 Scratched-Choo Choo Blue, Yawn Carl, Atlca Road, Run Tough Perfecta (4-8) paid $102.00 Trifecta (4-8-1) paid $547.60 8TH - Time 1:11.2. Off 4:08. Got Up And Gone, Hancock 9.00 6.60 4.40 Trim Winner, Hunter 4.80 7.60 Hillary's Penny. Gray 5.60 Perfecta 18-4) paid $59.80 9TH - Time 1:16.1. Off 4:29. Rullah Guy, Slmonetti 13.40 5.80 4.60 Ed's First Boy, Brown 7.60 6.20 Chief's Pride, Rosello 6.00 Scratched-Rlo Doro, Double Decision, Free Timber Perfecta (5-7) paid $71.80 Trifecta (5-7-9) paid $315.20 10TH - Time 1:47.2. Off 4:51. Know Whn To Run, Hncock 8.40 7.00 4.40 Casino Vic, Ventresca 57.80 10.00 Dark Streak, Kaplun 13.60 Scratched Visa Versa, Seminary, Larkvllle Perfecta (2-9) paid $157.20 Trifecta (2-9-8) paid $1,500.00 Attendanci-1,327. Handle $184,924. TODAY'S LINE FOOTBALL NFL SATURDAY Favorite N.Y. JETS SAN FRAN. SUNDAY Favorite PITTSBURGH TAMPA BAY Miami Cincinnati ST. LOUIS CHICAGO Seattle New England L.A. RAMS DALLAS DENVER MONDAY Favorite L.A. Raiders Pts 6'j 16'a Pts 8 Vh 13 2V 3'a 3j 4 3 1114 Pick 7 Pts 6' Underdog Buffalo Minnesota Underdog Cleveland Atlanta INDIANAPOLIS NEW ORLEANS N.Y. Giants Green Bay KANSAS CITY PHILADELPHIA Houston Washington San Diego Underdog DETROIT BASKETBALL College TONIGHT Favorite Indiana G. MASON RICHMOND Pts Underdog I NOTRE DAME 7 No. Illinois Pick Va. C'wealth Second team OFFENSE Ends Jim Borkowskl, Archbishop Kennedy (Phlla.); Tyrone Betters, Con-nellsville. Interior Linemen Peter Gray, Strath Haven; Mark Plzzo, Bishop Egan (PhHa.); Rich Schonewolf, Archbishop Rvan (Phlla.); George Bankos, Whitehall; Ernie Sebastlanelly, Valley View. Quarterback Scott Erney, Me-chanlcsburg. Running Backs Chris Thorpe, Fox Chapel; Dave Perrlne, Central Bucks West; Brian Johnson, Bensalem. DEFENSE Ends Jim Sewing, Council Rock; Jerry Lebold, Cumberland Valley. Interior Linemen Scott Ratamess, Berwick; George McCormlck, Dallas-town; Tony Franclscus, Conestoga Valley. Linebackers Mike Saylor, Pen Argyl; Steve Roddy, Lansdale Catholic; Pete Long, Penn Hills. Backs Gary Cooper, Ambridge; Greg Lott, Wllkes-Barre Meyers; Dan Crossman, Owen J. Roberts. Third team OFFENSE Ends Phil Komarny, Hempfield; Alfle Bullock, Johnstown. Interior Linemen Bob DePalma, Mt. Lebanon; Bob Preston, Pottstown Plus X; Jack Linn, Freedom; Rob Venlt, Ridley; Rick Hahn, Hershey. Quarterback Bill Turkowski, East Allegheny. Running Backs Art Condodina, Cardinal O'Hara (Phlla); Mike Owens, Carlisle; Bob Brice, Ringgold. DEFENSE Ends - Ed Bradley, Meedville; Ollle Kohr, York Suburban. Interior Linemen Steve Roddy, Lansdale Catholic; Carl Fattman, Greenville; Keith Dills, Central Dauphin. Linebackers Mike Crick, Lower Dauphin; Bryan Amos, Mt. Lebanon; Mike Stephany, Northgate. Backs Larry Plianowskl, North Penn; Todd Muntean, Riverside; Tim Flnkelston, Cedar Cliff. Local honorable mention OFFENSE Ends Steve Anderson, Sharon; Jim Griffin, Washington; Tom Szuba, Quaker Valley; Glenn Zorlch, Western Beaver. Interior Linemen will Henderson, Aliquippa; Rob Buch, Riverside; Chad Smith, Beaver Area; Doug Houser, Center; Frank Namath, Blackhawk- Reed Mitchell, Monaca; Jeff Smith, Beaver Falls; Cedrlc Downes, Farrell; Andy Baldo, Freedom; Bob Monzl, Ambridge; Beau Quattrone, Ringgold; Kent McDer-moft. New Brighton; Joe Hurley, Charlerol. Quarterbacks Joe Mlcchla, Sharon; Erik Keffell, Monessen; Mark Miller, Slippery Rock; Jim Peel, Blackhawk; Malor Harris, Brashear. Running Backs Todd Muntean, Riverside: Brian Short, Kennedy Christian; Benlle Thomas, Beaver Area; Jeff Czartoryskl, Rochester; Brian Chlzmar, Swlssvale; Carl Gaddls, Brownsville; Rob Mlnto, Ellwood City. DEFENSE Ends Jim Hublcz, Sharon; Ed Reynolds, Beaver Falls; Anthony Adam-son, Aliquippa. Interior Linemen Reed Mitchell, Monaca; Joel Delal, Ambridge; George Stark, Monessen; Nelson Walker, Ringgold; Doug Houser, Center; Carlos Alston, Aliquippa; Tom Mlssory, Sharon; Fred Hoffman, Greater Johnstown. Linebackers Nebolsa Sormaz, Sharon; Kevin Myers, Bentworth; Mike Vanyo, Ambridge; John Adametz, Belle Vernon; Rich DePletress, Aliquippa; Mike Eperesl, Center Area; Tim Reyes, Beaver Area; Dan Taylor, Blackhawk. Backs Carlo Pelino, Monaca; Joe Pontoll, Beaver; Willie Jordan, Quaker Valley; Tracy Ellerbe, Farrell; Frank George, Johnstown Bishop McCort. BASEBALL Majors MINOR LEAGUE DRAFT SAN FRANCISCO Doug Gwodsz, catcher, Las Vegas. MILWAUKEE Brian Giles, Inflelder, Tidewater. TEXAS Mitchell Williams, pitcher, Las Vegas. PIRATES Junior Ortiz, catcher, Tidewater. CHICAGO WHITE SOX Thomas Landrum, pitcher, Wichita. SEATTLE Mike Morgan, pitcher, Syracuse. MINNESOTA Mark Sales, catcher, Louisville. PHILADELPHIA Ed Olwlne, pitcher, Tidewater. ST. LOUIS William Lozado, shortstop, Vancouver. BOSTON Michael Trullllo, pitcher, Phoenix. TORONTO Manuel Lee, shortstop, Tucson. DETROIT James Weaver, outfielder, Toledo. TORONTO Louis Thornton, Jr., outfielder. Tidewater. TENNIS Professional AUSTRALIAN OPEN At Melbourne (Seedlngs In parentheses.) WOMEN Quarterfinal singles Helena Sukova (9), Czechoslovakia, def. Pam Shrlver (3), U.S., 6-2, 6-7, 6-1. Second round doubles Chris Evert-Lloyd, U.S., and Wendy Turnbull, Australia, def. Camllle Benia-mln and Vlckl Nelson, U.S., 6-3, 6-0. MEN Fourth reund singles Boris Becker, West Germany, def. Guy Forget, France, 7-6, 6-4, 6-3; Kevin Curren (9), South Africa, led Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia, 6-1, 2-1, when rain stopped play; Scott Davis, U.S., led Brad Gilbert, U.S., 6-3, 7-5, 3-6, 2-4, when rain stopped play. Quarterfinal doubles Brod Dyke and Wally Masur, Australia, led Mark Edmondson, Australia, and Sherwood Stewart, U.S., 5-2, when rain stopped play. Pick Providence 4a YALE 3 COLGATE 1 Florida 19 Canlslus 9 So. Methodist t'i Princeton 8 Loyola, Chi Vh Iowa St. ) 7 New Mexico St. 3 Utah St. 3V4 Wyoming Pts Underdog Pick Denver 2' DETROIT 9 CLEVELAND ) 5 Atlanta AYi New Jersey 8'a L.A. Clippers 7 Phoenix Vi Utah Pick HOLY CROSS Connecticut Cornell SO. FLORIDA SYRACUSE KENTUCKY RUTGERS MARQUETTE IOWA NEW MEXICO BYU use NBA TONIGHT Favorite NEW YORK Boston L.A Lakers SAN ANTONIO CHICAGO HOUSTON PORTLAND GOLDEN ST, HOCKEY NHL TONIGHT Favorite DETROIT Goals Vj-1 l'-2 Underdog Toronto New Jersey Winnipeg Los Angeles WASH. ST. LOUIS MINNESOTA Vd-1 Home team In CAPS. MOVES BASEBALL PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE - Extended the contract of President Bill Cutler through the 1989 season; elected Albuquerque owner Pat McKernan vice president. ST. LOUIS Acquired catcher Mike Lavalllere from Philadelphia for a player to be named. TEXAS Appointed Jim Small assistant media relations director. BASKETBALL SIMAC (Italian Major League) -Signed center Joe Barry Carroll to a 1-year contract. COLLEGE MIAMI Announced the resignation of offensive line coach Chris Vagotis. UTAH Arnle Ferrln resigned as athletic director, effective July 1. FOOTBALL DENVER (USFL) - Reached a verbal agreement to acquire quarterback Vlnce Evans from Chicago. HOCKEY HARTFORD - Recalled forwards Kevin Dlneen and Paul Fenton from Blnghamton of the American Hockey League. NEW JERSEY - Assigned right wing Mitch Webster to Malno of the AHL. SOCCER MISL EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet. GB St. Louis 6 2 .750 - Minnesota 5 2 .714 Vi Pittsburgh 5 3 .625 1 Baltimore 5 4 .556 l'j Cleveland 3 3 .500 2 New York 2 3 .400 2j Chicago 2 5 .186 3'j WESTERN DIVISION W L Pel. GB San Diego 6 1 .857 Los Angeles 5 2 .714 1 Las Vegas 4 2 .667 l'j Wichita 2 2 .500 2' Tacoma 3 6 .333 3 Kansas City 1 5 .167 4Vi Dallas 0 9 .000 7 LAST NIGHT No games scheduled. TONIGHT Times EST Wlch'ta at Ksnsas City, 8:35 p.m. Tacoma at Jaiias, 8:35 p.m. TELEVISION - TONIGHT 7 p.m., Horse racing, The Meadows - MRN. 7 p.m., Basketball, Indiana vs. Notre Dame - ESPN, WGN. 7:30 p.m., Hockey, New Jersey vs. Washington - WOR. 0 p.m., Boxing, McCrory vs. Taylor - USA.

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