The Salina Journal from Salina, Kansas on November 18, 1981 · Page 10
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For the record (<> NBA Standings ML MVP Voting Eastern Conference Atlonlk Division Boston Philadelphia Washington »,W8«?Yorl< i W 9 8 3 3 2 Pet. .900 .889 .375 .333 .222 . Central Division •"Dertroit , Indiana Chicago Cleveland O'San Antonio ' v " f Houston rt* Denver rt| Kansas City S Dallas .778 .625 .429 .400 .364 .333 Western Conference Midweit DlvUion W 8 5 4 3 3 1 Pet. .889 .625 .400 .375 .333 .100 Pacific Division Golden State /'Seattle ij)San Diego '.Portland 7 3 .700 Oos Angeles 6 4 .600 ••Phoenix 5 4 .556 4 4 .500 3 4 .429 2 5 .286 Tuesday's Results Kansas City 124, New York 110 Houston 102, Indiana 82 Milwaukee 99, Washington 95 Boston 98, Chicago 95 San Antonio 112, Dallas 105 Wednesday's Games Houston at Boston, 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Phoenix at Atlanta, 6:35 p.m. Detroit at Cleveland, 7:05 p.m. Seattle at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. (ii' nt San Diego at Denver, 7:35 p.m. •'•'".Cos Angeles at Utah, 8:30 p.m. *" "tyew Jersey at Golden State, 9:35 p.m. .."_• Thursday's Gomes ^''""Atlanta at New York Washington at Detroit Kansas City at Indiana Golden State at San Diego GB 5 5V, 6V, GB 2V, 4V, 4V, 5 ?v, i \v, i 2 1 /, 3V, NEW YORK (UPI) — Voting on the National League's Most Valuable Player Award with first place votes in parentheses: Mike Schmidt. Philadelphia (21) 321 Andre Dawson, Montreal (2) 215 George Foster, Cincinnati 146 Dove Concepcion, Cincinnati 108 Fernando Valenzuela. LA (1) 90 Gary Carter, Montreal 77 Dusty Baker, Los Angeles 65 Bruce Suiter, St. Louis 59 Steve Carlton, Philadelphia 41 Tom Seaver, Cincinnati 35 Pete Rose, Philadelphia 35 Bill Buckner, Chicago 35 Gary Matthews, Philadelphia 31 Jose Cruz, Houston 25 George Hendrick, St. Louis 25 Nolan Ryan. Houston 23 Bill Modiock, Pittsburgh 20 Art Howe, Houston 16 Tim Raines, Montreal 15 Rick Camp, Atlanta 9 Keith Hernandez, St. Louis 9 Tommy Herr, St. Louis 7 Greg Minion. San Francisco 4 Warren Cromartle, Montreal 3 Steve Garvey, Los Angeles 1 Mill May, San Francisco 1 " (Points awarded on basis of 14 points for first place vote, nine for second, eight lor third, elc.) College Basketball MEN NW Oklahoma St. (67) J.Ellison 6. M.Ellison 11, Thomas 11, Rivera 10, Johnson 4, Blake 15, Slough 10. Sterling (69) Roman 16, Chambers 4, Raglin 24, Mack 4, Oates 13, Harmon 4, Sholner 4. Halftime score - NW Oklahoma Stole 37, Sterling 29. Total fouls — Sterling 21, NW Oklahoma State 14. -Standings Juco Basketball Wales Conference Patrick Division -aPWIddelpWci Washington i ;<J»Nft»tlr«al Boston Quebec Hartford W. vo r 10 8 '7 2 Adams 10 10 11 8 2 ____L-II L 4 6 7 10 14 T 4 1 3 1 1 Pts. 24 21 19 15 5 GF 71 64 65 60 47 GA 65 71 69 75 72 Division 3 4 9 4 8 *• I. 4 4 1 6 7 24 24 23 22 11 92 75 96 62' 5 V 43 56 91 56 67 Norrii Division Ptt. 23 20 18 18 16 13 ,-V ' ..' • ': W IT '"Minnesota i 10 3 3 ../Chroogo • 756 ti 'J Winnipeg 872 Detroit 774 St. Louis 7 10 2 ;' Tbronto • 5 9 3 Smyth* Division 12 . 6 2 26 102 8 8 3 19 64 8 10 0 16 81 4 12 4 12 3 11 3 9 Tu«*day'i Results * Quebec 7, New York Islanders 2 Edmonton 5, St. Louis 1 Calgary 6, Winnipeg 4 Wednesday's Games Toronto at Hartford, 6:35 p.m. Buffalo at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia at New York Rangers, 6:35 p.i St. Louis at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m. ..j'Edrrlonton: ri'- Vrtheoiiver Los Angeles "iotgary ui'Coforaao . GF 80 97 71 74 75 75 63 44 GA 43 81 81 69 80 78 77 61 90 97 87 MEN Garden City (85) Dyer 0 2-2 2, Brownlee 7 0-2 14, Schippers 71112 25, Kirtley 0 1-2 1, Moore 3 1-3 7, Darby 6 0-0 12, Vance 3 0-1 6, Cross 1 0-1 2, Williams 5 4-6 14 Dudley 6 0-0 12. Totals 33 19-29 85. Colby (75). Stephens 4 1-59. James 2 0-1 4, Gillispie 1 0-0 2. Harris 1 0-0 2, Schaben 6 6-9 18, Sanders 1 2-2 4, Moore 2 1-35, Spriggs 3 0-0 6, Madden 9 7-7 25. Totals 29 17-2775. Halftime score — Colby 41, Garden City 38. Total fouls — Colby 19, Garden City 24. Fouled out — none. Technicals — James (Colby). WOMEN Garden City (48) Higgins I 2-5 4, S.Unruh 2 2-5 6, Coulter 6 2-5 14, Adams 4 2-5 10, Stafford 2 2-2 6, Smith 3 0-0 6, Johansen. Totals 19 10-24 48. Colby (74) Stuckey 0 2-2 2, Skrdlent 1 0-0 2, Saddler 2 0-0 4, Poage 31-27, Denneler I 0-0 2, Jarmin 4 2-4 10, Northrup 7 2-4 16, Flanders 4 1-29, Kenny 11 0-1 22. Totals 33 8-1574. Halftime score — Colby 35, Garden City 25. Total fouls — Colby 24, Garden City 16. Fouled out — none. Technical fouls — none. Transactions ursdoy's Hartford at Boston Quebec'at Montreal Detroit at Vancouver Edmonton at Minnesota Los Angeles at Calgary Booster Clubs The Sacred Heart Booster Club will meet Wednesday at 8 p.m. at the high school. Joe Kvss will talk about the recently completed football Reason and Bob Mqnnabach will discuss the upcoming basketball season. By United Press International Baseball Chicago (AL) — Elevated outfielder Ron Kittle of Glenn Falls of the Eastern League to the major league roster. < New York (AL) — Traded third baseman Aurelio Rodriguez to Toronto for a player to be named. Pittsburgh — Appointed Branch B. Rickey III director of minor league operations. St. Louis — Named Richard Hacker manager of Johnson City (Tenn.) of the Appalachian League. Seattle — Named Vado Pinson first base coach and Bill Plummer bullpen coach. Football New York Jets — Signed quarterback Kyle Grossart. Son Diego — Claimed on waivers defensive end Wilbur Young from Washington. Hockey Washington — Called up center James McGeough from Billings of the Western Hockey League for a five-game trial and wing Lou Franceschetti from Hershey of the American League: sent right wing Jean Pronovost to Hershey. , g' -.•!.* = SB- •••( ' . YOU TO A SHOWING OF ALLEN-EDMONDS CHESTER AJlen-Edmonds is one of the finest men's shoemakers in the world, known for their outstanding handcrafted quality. On November 19-21, Mr. Ray Ivey, the Allen-Edmond represen- ta^ive, will be in our store with his complete line. Pleale stop in ; to meet Mr. Iv4y and discuss your specific shoe needs. '' Stop in and see the handcrafted world of Allen-Edmonds 112S.S.nt»F« Open Monday & Thursday Evenings Till 8:00 p.m Open Sundays 1-5 p.m. Convenient Parking Behind The Store Downtown, Salina KW women lose to Hastings, 72-47 Wednesday, November 18,198i Journal Page 11 Peggy Kulwicki scored 17 points to lead a talented Hastings College team to a 72-47 victory over the Kansas Wesleyan women Tuesday night in the Muir Physical Education Center. The loss was the second in as many outings for the Coyotes, who Were down 40-21 at halftone. "We lost to a good team," said KW coach Sheldon Woolery. "They're expected to win the Nebraska district this year." Four Hastings players finished in double figures in addition to Kulwicki as Robin Bouig, Leesha Deterding, Kris Ficken and Tracey Barst tallied 10 points apiece for the Nebraskans. Joedy Zimmerman and Alice Watkins paced the Wesleyan attack with 14 and 13 points, respectively. Sandy Otto chipped in eight points for the Coyotes. KW cut its halftime deficit to 11 points with 12 minutes remaining in the contest, but Hastings pulled away to a comfortable lead in the game's closing minutes. "We Just lost our composure," Woolery said. Wesleyan will attempt to capture its first victory Thursday night when the Coyotes travel to Olathe to meet Mid- America Nazarene in a 7 p.m. tilt. HASTINGS (72) Schippert 1 1-23. Bouig 5 02 10. Dicksrson 1 0- I 2, Kulwicki 6 5-6 17, Deterdcng 4 2-2 10, Vossler 1 0-0 2, Rover! 2 0-0 4, Ficken 5 0-1 10, Bean 1 2-2 4, Borst 4 2-3 10, Hemberger 0 0-0 0, Bokelmann 00-00. Totals 30 12-19 72. WESLEYAN (47) Gardenhire 1 0-0 2, Otto 2 4-5 8, Zimmerman 7 0-0 14, Bezdek 01-21, Hoyle 2 02 4, Kroni 0 0-0 0, Watkins 6 1-2 13, Spencer 2 0-2 4, Golmbacher 01-21. Totals 207-15 47. Halftime score - Hastings 40. Wesleyan 21. Total fouls -- Hastings 21, Wesleyan 24. Fouled out — none. 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