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For the record College Football Results Sunday, November 22,1981 — The Sallna Journal Page ' Saturday'! Results Einl Botton Coll. 27, Rutgers 21 Boston U. 38, Northeastern 0 Brown 23, Columbia 20 Dartmouth 33, Penn 13 Delaware 31. W. Chatter St. Lafayette 10, Lehlgh 3 Man. Maritime 28, Bridgewater St. 7 Penn St. 24, Notre Dame 21 Pitt 35, Temple 0 Princeton 37, Cornell 14 Shlppensburg 34, Mlllenvllle Southern Conn. 57, Weitern Conn. 0 Syracuse 27, W. Virginia 24 Wettmlniter 21, Andenon (Ind) 6 Yale 28. Harvard 0 South Austin Peay 28, Tenn.-Martin Catawba 28, Lenolr-Rhyne 6 Citadel 35, Furman IB Clemson 29, So. Carolina 13 E. Kentucky 21, Morehead SI. 17 Elon 23, Carson-Newman 14 Howard 35, Morgan St. 32 Indiana St. 42, Marshall 0 Jacksonville St. 21, No. Alabama 14 , Kentucky 21, Tennessee 10 Louisville 13, So. Miss. 10 Maryland 48, Virginia 7 Miami (Fla) 14, No. Carolina St. 6 Mississippi 21, Mississippi St. Murray St. 38, Western Kentucky 6 No. Carolina 31, Duke 10 Tennessee Tech 28, Middle Tennessee 9 Tennessee St. 27, No, Carolina AST IB Va. Union 45, No. Carolina Cent. 7 Vanderbllt 28, Tenn.-Chattanooga 14 Virginia Military 6, Virginia TechO W. Carolina 21, Appalachian St. 10 Wm. & Mary 35, Richmond 21 Wollord 45, Gardner-Webb 21 Midwest Ball St. 14, Illinois St. 10 Cent. Michigan 6, Bowling Green 3 Concordla 13, Dickinson St. 9 Dayton 19, Augustona 7 Drake 53, Nebraska-Omaha 0 Eastern III. 24, Delaware St. 16 Illinois 49, Northwestern 12 Indiana 20, Purdue 17 Iowa 36, Michigan St. 7 Kansas 19, Missouri 11 Miami (Ohio) 7, Cincinnati 3 Ohio U. 20, Kent St. 7 Ohio St. 14, Michigan 9 Oklahoma St. 27, Iowa St. 7 Toledo 31, Northern Illinois 0 Western Mich. 38, Eastern Mich. 7 Wisconsin 26, Minnesota 21 Wm. Jewell 19, Pacific Lutheran 14 Southwest Abilene Christian 57, Howard Payne 7 Angela St. 44. E. Texas St. 32 Ark.-Montlcello 20, So. Arkansas 16 Austin Coll. 27, Panhandle Okla. 16 Cent. Arkansas 14, Harding Nebraska 37. Oklahoma 14 Ouachlta 17, Henderson St. 13 SMU 32, Arkansas 18 Sam Houston 18, Stephen F. Austin 17 Texas 34, Baylor 12 Tex Han 7 Texas ASM lylor 12 37, Te ixos Chris- W. Texas St. 45, New Mexico St. 9 West Brlgham Young 56. Utah 28 Colorado 24, Kansas St. 21 E. Washington 14, 'Montana 13 Hayward St. 13, San Francisco St. 6 Oregon 47, Oregon St. 17 Southern Cal 22, UCLA 21 Stanford 42, California 21 Washington 23, Washington St. 10 NCAA Division III Playoffs First Round Dayton 19, Augustana (III) 7 Montclolr St. 13. Alfred (NY) 12 Wldener (Pa) 10, W. Georgia 3 Lawrence 21, Minnesota- Morris 14 NAIA Division II Quarterfinals Concordlo (Minn) 10, Dickinson (NO) 3 NFL Standings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE American Conference East W L T Pel. PF PA Miami 7 3 1 .682 260 222 NY Jets 6 4 1 .591 249 229 Buffalo 650 .545 217 192 New England 2 9 0 .182 240 257 Baltimore 1 10 0 .091 185 377 Central Cincinnati 830 .727 292 203 Pittsburgh 650 .545 243 219 Cleveland 5 6 0 .455 198 229 Houston 560 .455 186 236 West Denver 830 .727 220 • 156 Kansas City 740 .636 263 211 San Diego 650 .545 315 291 Oakland 5 60 .455 174 184 Seattle 470 .364 196 249 National Conference East W I T Pet. PF PA Philadelphia 920 .818 287 152 Dallas 8.3 0 .727 265 222 NY Giants 560 .455 222 203 Washington 560 .455 240 270 St. Louis 4 7 0 .364 213 303 Central Minnesota 740 .636 250 238 Detroit 560 .455 268 247 Green Bay 560 .455 217 249 Tampa Bay 560 .455 180 187 Chicago 380 .273 169 252 West San Francisco 830 .727 237 183 Atlanta 560 .455 297 223 Los Angeles 560 .455 237 238 New Orleans 380 .273 139 237 Sunday's Game* (All Times CST) Denver at Cincinnati, noon. Detroit at Chicago, noon. Green Bay at Tampa Bay, noon. New England at Buffalo, noon. New Orleans at Houston, noon. New York Giants at Philadelphia, noon. Pittsburgh at Cleveland, noon. St. Louis at Baltimore, 1 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Miami at New York Jets, 3 p.m. San Diego at Oakland, 3 p.m. Son Francisco at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Washington at Dallas, 3 p.m. Monday's Game Minnesota at Atlanta, 8 p.m. NBA Standings NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOC. By United Press International (Late Games Not Included) Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 11 1 .917 — Boston 10 2 .833 1 New York 4 7 .364 6'A Washington 3 8 .273 7V, New Jersey 2 9 .182 8'/i Central Division Detroit 7 4 .600 — Atlanta 6 4 .600 '/• Milwaukee 7 5 .583 V4 Indiana 5 7 .417 2% Chicago 5 8 .385 3 Cleveland 4 7 .364 3 Western Conference Midwest Division W L Pet. Gl San Antonio 9 2 .BIB — Utah 6 • 5 .545 3 Houston 6 7 .462 4 Denver 4 5 .444 4 Kansas City 3 7 .300 5V4 Dallas 1 11 .083 8 1 /, Pacific Division Portland 8 3 .727 Los Angeles 8 4 .667 '/i Golden State 6 4 .600 I'/, Phoenix 6 5 .545 2 Seattle 4 5 .444 3 San Diego 2 7 .222 5 Saturday's Results Philadelphia 135, Houston 106 Detroit 95, Utah 86 New York 118, Milwaukee 112 Atlanta 107, Indiana 100 Chicago 117, Washington 105 Phoenix 110, Dallas 88 Kansas City at Denver, night Los Angeles at Son Diego, night San Antonio ,0! Golden Slate, night Sunday's Game New Jersey at Seattle Monday's Games (No Games Scheduled) Journal Quiz Scores Southern Methodist 32, Arkansas 18 Brlgham Young 56, Utah 28 Colorado 24, Kansas State 21 Indiana 20, Purdue 17 Oklahoma State 27, Iowa State 7 Kansas 19, Missouri 11 Ohio State 14, Michigan 9 Wisconsin 26, Minnesota 21 Miami (Fla.) 14, North Carolina State 6 Nebraska 37, Oklahoma 14 Penn State 24, Notre Dame 21 Clemson 29, South Carolina 13 Southern California 22, UCLA 21 Texas A«M 37, Texas Christian 7 Washington State 23, Washington 10 NAIA Playoffs •y United Press International NAIA Division II Quarterfinal Mtultt Concordla (Minn.) 10, Dickinson State (N.D.) 3 Westminster (Pa.) 21, Anderson (Ind.) 6 William Jewell (Mo.) 19, Pacific Lutheran (Wash.) 14 Austin (Texas) 27, Panhandle State (Okla.) 16 Semifinal Palrlnas Concordla, Minn., at Westminster, Pa., 1 p.m. EST, Dec. 2$. Memorial Stadium, New Wilmington, P«. William Jewell, Mo., at Austin College, Texas, 1 p.m. CJT, Dec. S, Louis Colder Slodfgm, Sherman. Texas. NHL Standings NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE By United Press In .-national (Late Games Not :• vluded) Walet Conference Patrick Division W L T Pis. GF GA NY Islanders 11 4 4 26 75 68 Pittsburgh 9 8 4 22 79 82 Philadelphia 10 8 1 21 70 86 NY Rangers 8 11 1 17 68 81 Washington 4 14 1 9 64 77 Adams Division Boston 12 4 4 28 86 60 Montreal 11 3 5 27 102 49 Quebec 12 9 2 26 104 95 Buffalo 9 5 6 24 69 63 Hartford 3 10 7 13 63 85 Campbell Conference Norrls Division W L T Pts, GF GA Minnesota 11 3 4 26 88 49 Chicago 8 5 6 22 101 84 Detroit 7 9 5 19 82 89 Winnipeg 8 8 2 18 75 87 Sit. Louis 7 11 2 16 76 86 Toronto . 5 11 4 14 86 94 Smyth* Division Edmonton 13 6 3 29 112 82 Vancouver 9 9 3 21 75 72 Los Angeles 9 11 0 18 92 97 Calgary 5 12 5 15 73 104 Colorado 3 13 3 9 48 98 ' Saturday's Results Quebec 7, Hartford 3 New York Islanders 4, New York Rangers 3 Detroit 4, Calgary 4, tie Montreal 9, Pittsburgh 5 Boston 5, Toronto 3 Edmonton 8, Vancouver 3 Washington 10, Philadelphia 4 Chicago at Minnesota, night Winnipeg at St. Louis, night Buffalo at Los Angeles, night Sunday's Games Quebec at Boston Washington at Philadelphia New York Islanders at New York Rangers Minnesota at Chicago St. Louis at Winnipeg Colorado at Vancouver Monday's Game Detroit at Edmonton UPI Top 20 NEW YORK (UPI) — How the UPI Top 20 college football teams fared on Nov. 21: 1. Pittsburgh (10-0) defeated Temple 35-0. 2. Clemson (11-0) defeated South Carolina 2913. 3. Georgia (9-1) did not play. 4. Alabama (8-1-1) did not play. 5. Nebraska (9-2) defeated Oklahoma 37-14. 6. Michigan (8-3) lost to Ohio Stale 14-9. 7. Texas (8-1-1) defeated Baylor 34-12. 8. So. Mississippi (8-1-1) lost to Louisville 13-10. 9. Southern Calif. (9-2) defeated UCLA 22-21. 10. Arkansas (8-3) lost to Southern Methodist 32-18. 11. North Carolina (9-2) defeated Duke 31-10. 12. Washington St. (8-2-1) lost to Washington 23-10. 13. UCLA (7-3-1) lost to Southern California 2221. 14. Penn St. (8-2) defeated Notre Dame 24-21. 15. Brigham Young (10-2) defeated Utah 56-28. 16. Washington (9-2) defeated Washington St. 23-10. 17. Iowa (B-3) defeated Michigan St. 36-7. IB. Ohio State (8-3) defeated Michigan 14-9. 19. West Virginia 8-3) lost to Syracuse 27-24. 20. Missouri (7-4) lost to Kansas 19-11. Juco Basketball MEN Friday's Results CENTRAL COLLEGE of McPHERSON (69) Halsell 8 3-5 19, Korthuls 3 0-0 6, Scales 3 4-4 10, Crosson 3 2-2 8, Crawford 2 0-0 4, Williams 4 3-711, Roberson 1 0-0 2, McGlnnls 2 3-4 7, Stephens 1 0-0 2. Totals — 27 15-22 69. JOHNSON COUNTY (76) Mumford 1 0-0 2, Rick Williams 13 1-4 27, Thompson 1 0-0 2, Adams 5 5-5 15, Reginald Williams 2 0-0 4, James 3 0-0 6, Coatney 4 0-0 8, May 3 1-2 7, Maurer 1 3-6 5. Totals — 33 10-17 Halftime score — Johnson County 39, Central College 30. Team fouls — Central College 20, Johnson County 17. Saturday's Results CENTRAL COLLEGE of McPHERSON (63) Halsell 6 0-2 12, Korthuls 1 4-4 6, Anderson 2 33 7, Scales 7 2-2 16, Crosson 2 2-3 6, Crawford 0 1-2 1. Williams 4 3-5 11, Roberson 1 0-0 2, McGlnnls 1 0-0 2, Hall 0 0-2 0. Totals — 24 15-25 63. KANSAS CITY JR. COLLEGE (74) Jaklevlc 1 4-4 6. Ensor 7 7-9 21, Morris 11 5-8 27, Wllcox 4 0-5 8, Marshall 4 0-2 8, Armour 1 2-2 4. Totals — 28 18-30, 74. Halftime score — Kansas City 36, Central College 32. Team fouls — Central College 25, Kansas City 23. COUGAR CLASSIC Al Great Bend INDEPENDENCE (M) White I 0-0 2, Brunson 4 2-2 10, Baker 0 2-4 2. Jordan 0 0-0 0, McAdoo I 2-2 4. Pace 4 7-9 15, Brown 1 2-4 4, Moore 8 5-6 21, Mclntosh 9 6-6 24. Totals 28 26-34 82. BARTON COUNTY (47) Moss 3 0-0 6, From 8 0-0 16, Sanders 4 1-29, Jones 1 2-2 4, George 4 0-0 8, Noble 6 0-0 12, Thomas 5 0-2 10, Whit* 1 0-0 2. Totals 32 3-6 67. Halftime — Independence 40, Barton County 40. Total, fouls — Barton County 23, Independence 11. Women's Basketball TABOR TIPOFF Al Hlllsboro Championship WASHiURN (M) K.Kelly 4. Soldanl 8, Eckhardl B, Roenbough 16, Olson 2, Benton 8, Clark 12. TABOR (SO) Funk 4, tllllefleld 4, Blckel 3, Tremblay \. Jones IB, Slekfer 4, Vogls 4, Calam 2. Morgan 2, SandovaM. Mertens 2. Halhlme score: Washburn 2$, Tabor IB. Shockers No. 7 Tar Heels top preseason poll NEW YORK (UPI) - North Carolina, one victory shy of bestowing coach Dean Smith with an NCAA title last year, has been named the nation's No. 1 college basketball team in preseason balloting by UPI's Board of Coaches. The Tar Heels lost to Indiana 63-50 in the championship game but return with one of the country's toughest fronttines bolstered by an excellent freshman class. The 42-tnember Board — representing seven geographical regions — gave North Carolina 20 first-place votes and 574 total points. UCLA was a close second with 11 first-place votes and 556 points followed by No. 3 Kentucky (four first-place, 521 points), No 4. Louisville (three first-place votes, 409 points) and No. 5. Georgetown (three first-place votes, 399 points). The rest of the Top 10 is: No. 6 Virginia (one first-place vote, 293 points), No. 7 Wichita State (285), No. 8. Iowa (255), No. 9 DePaul (247) and No. 10 Minnesota (191). Smith enters his 20th season at North Carolina. One of the most innovative and respected coaches, he has won 20 or more games 11 straight years and been to the Final Four six times. But he has yet to claim an NCAA crown. With this year's distinguished squad, however, Smith will have a good shot (Continued from Page 23) the field making tackles. Brad was the best linebacker I saw this year." RALPH HUMPHREY, Sacred Heart Humphrey was the leading rusher in the city this year and set SHHS single- game and season rushing records. The 5-11, 160-pound tailback rushed for over 100 yards in seven of the 10 games in which he played and had over 90 in two others. His best effort was a 241-yard, three-touchdown performance against Clay Center in the first round of the Class 4A state playoffs. On the season he rushed for 1,285 yards on 195 carries for a 6.6 yard-per- carry average and scored 15 touchdowns. "Ralph was a tremendous runner for us," said SHHS coach Joe Ross. "He has great speed to run outside and also runs tough inside. He has a great attitude and really works hard." BRIAN LONG, Sacred Heart Long finished his brilliant career with a school-record 3,000 yards rushing. He gained over 1,000 yards in each of his first two seasons at tailback. But the 6-1,185-pounder had a different role this season. He was moved to fullback and was used more as a blocker for Humphrey. Long still rushed for 667 yards this season, gained over 100 yards three times and caught 12 passes for 200 yards. He also started at defensive end where he was in on 35 tackles, had two Dean Smith at the title. The Tar Heels, although losing forward Al Wood through graduation, come back with two tough big men in James Worthy and Sam Perkins and point guard Jimmy Black. Michael Jordan, one of the most ballyhooed freshman in the country, will strengthen an already outstanding team. Completing the Top 20, it's: No. 11 Indiana, No. 12 Tulsa, N~o. 13 Georgia, No. 14 Wake Forest, No. 15 Missouri, No. 16 San Francisco, No. 17 Alabama- Birmingham, No. 18 Louisiana State, No. 19 Arkansas and No. 20 Nevada- Las Vegas. UCLA, under new coach Larry Fanner, returns one the nation's best backcourts in Rod Foster and Michael Holton and extraordinary depth at forward. On top of which, there is now height in the middle with 7-foot recruit Stuart Gray. Coach Joe Hall at Kentucky also has exceptional depth. Sam Bowie is recovering from a fractured leg but there is also 6-11 Melvin Turpin, Dirk Minniefield, Jim Master, Derrick Hord and Charles Hurt. Kentucky's second five would roll through most leagues. Lousville won 19 of 20 games in one run last season. This time all five starters — led by Derrick Smith — are back and are complemented by freshmen Milt Wagner and Manuel Forrest. Georgetown, the Jewel of eastern basketball this year, landed the top freshman in 7-0 Patrick Ewlng. The Hoyas also return with Eric "Sleepy" Floyd and a disciplined floor game directed by coach John Thompson. Virginia lost its premier shooter in Jeff Lamp but is given another life with Player of the Year Ralph Sampson vetoing the pros; Wichita State continues its basketball ascendancy with forwards Cliff Levingston and Antoine Carr; Iowa scored in the recruit- ALL-CITY interceptions and one fumble recovery. "Brian is a tough inside runner and played the last several games with injuries (bruised foot and thigh) that would keep most players out," Ross said. DANNY ROBINSON, Sacred Heart A two-way starter at tackle, Robinson was honorable mention all-city last year. The 5-11, 215-pounder opened the holes for Humphrey and Long. On defense he had 57 tackles, 42 unassisted, one fumble recovery and blocked a punt. "Danny was our best blocker," Ross said. "He is a good technique player and really drove people off the ball. He has very good speed for his size." KELLY SCHOEN, Sacred Heart Schoen was the Knights' leading receiver and also a standout in the defensive secondary. The 6-1,185-pounder caught 27 passes for 482 yards and set a SHHS single- game yardage record against Minneapolis when he caught six passes for 191 yards and one touchdown. Defensively, he had 49 tackles from his cornerback spot, intercepted six passes and had one fumble recovery. "Kelly has fine hands and is a good runner after he catches the ball," Ross said. DONNIE SIMONEAU, Sacred Heart When Humphrey and Long weren't running, Simoneau was throwing. The 64), 160-pounder completed 49 percent of his passes, 62-of-127, for 1,227 yards and 15 touchdowns. Simoneau, who missed the final playoff game with a broken collarbone, was also a starting defensive safety. "Donnie is smart and is a good leader," Ross said. "He's a fine passer and ran the team very well." RAYMOND THOMAS, South Thomas was South's leading rusher this season. The 5-9, 175-pounder picked up 598 yards on 113 carries for a 5.3 yard-per-carry average. Thomas, who had knee surgery at the completion of the season, had his best game against Topeka High when he rushed for 198 yards, including a 66- yard TD. He also had a 132-yard effort against Topeka Seaman with a 56-yard TD. "Raymond had some super games for us this season," Frase said. "He was probably our most consistent offensive performer game-to-game." MITCH WERTH, Central Werth was a versatile player for the Mustangs, much the same as Donaldson. The 5-7,170-pounder started at defensive end and flanker. He had 41 defensive points while offensively he rushed for 99 yards on 29 carries and was the second-leading receiver with 13 catches for 133 yards. "Mitch was the cornerstone of our team," Thompson said. "He played about six different positions for us. He's a good block to build a team around." Virginia nips BYU in cage opener SPRINGFIELD, Mass. (UPI) - Jeff Jones, the only senior on the team, completed a three-point play with 15 seconds remaining Saturday to lift Virginia to a 63-61 victory over Brigham Young in the third annual Tip-Off Classic to open the 198142 major college basketball season. The basket came'Just 31 seconds after BYU, which trailed by 12 points at halftime, completed a remarkable comeback by grabbing a 61-60 edge on a three-point play by Gary Furniss. It was the first and only time the Cougars led in the game. After Furniss' basket, BYU's Fred Roberts stole the ball from Ralph Sampson, but Virginia's Ricky Stokes stole it back and fed Jones for the layup. Furniss had a chance to send the game into overtime when he was fouled at the buzzer, but missed the front end of a 1-and-l and the Cavaliers escaped with the win. VIRGINIA (63) Robinson 3 2-5 8, Mullen 2 0-0 4, Sompson 7 0-3 14, Wilson 7 2-3 16, Jones 5 1-1 11, Carpenter 0 0-0 0, Stokes 4 0-1 8, Edelln 0 0-0 0, Merrifleld 0 0-0 0, Johnson 1 0-0 2. Totals 29 5-13 63. BRIGHAM YOUNG (61) Roberts 7 2-4 16, Trumbo 4 2-3.10, Kite 2 2-3 6, Christensen 2 0-0 4, Ball!! 4 0-0 8, Furniss 2 3-4 7, Slnek 4 2-2 10, Maxwell 0 0-0 0. Totals 25 11-16 61. Halftime — Virginia 38, Brlgham Young 26. Fouled out — Sinek. Total fouls — Virginia 23, Brigham Young 19. Technical — None. A — 8,808. ing sweepstakes and returns with Ken Arnold and Kevin Boyle; DePaul is without Mark Aguirre but Terry Cummings and Skip Dillard should make coach Ray Meyer's 40th season worthwhile; and Minnesota may come of age with 7-2 Randy Breuer and swingman Trent Tucker. Overall, the Atlantic Coast Conference, the Southeastern Conference and the Big Ten each placed three schools in the Top 20 while the Missouri Valley Conference was next with two. Balloting was based on IS points for a first-place vote, 14 for second place, 13 for third, etc. NEW YORK (UPI) — The United Press International Board of Coaches Top 20 preseason college basketball ratings (first-place votes and last season's won-lost records in parentheses): 1. North Carolina (20) (29-8) 2. UCLA (II) (20-7) 3. Kentucky (4) (22-6) 4. Louisville (3) (21-9) 5. Georgetown (3) (20-12) -1-4) 574 556 521 409 399 293 285 255 247 191 184 141 95 89 87 71 64 58 55 51 6. Virginia (I) (29 7. Wichita State (26-7) 8. Iowa (21-7) 9. DePoul (27-2) 10. Minnesota (19-11) 11. Indiana (26-9) 12. Tulsa (26-7) 13. Georgia (19-12) 14. Wake Forest (22-7) 15. Missouri (22-10) 16. Son Francisco (24-7) 17. Alabama-Birmingham (23-9) 18. Louisiana State (31-5) 19. Arkansas (24-8) 20. Nevada-Los Vegas (16-12) Note: By agreement with the National Association of Basketball Coaches of the United States, teams on probation by the NCAA are ineligible for Top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. Those teams on probation for the 1980-81 season are: New Mexico and Texas Christian. William Jewell advances in NAIA playoffs LIBERTY, Mo. (UPI) - Quarterback Kelly Groom combined with wide receiver Marty Hensley for two touchdowns and Jerry Burch added two field goals Saturday as No. 2-ranked William Jewell defeated defending national champion Pacific Lutheran 1914 in the opening round of the NAIA Division II playoffs. William Jewell now advances to NAIA semifinal action against Austin College Dec. 5 in Sherman, Texas. Austin whipped Panhandle State 27-16 Saturday to advance to the semifinals. Pacific Lutheran, out of Tacoma, Wash., went into Saturday's contest ranked No. 1 in the nation. The loss dropped the Lutes to 9-1 for the season. William Jewell upped its record to 11-0. The Cardinals jumped to a 13-0 halftime lead on Burch field goals of 22 and 28 yards, and a one-yard touchdown pass from Groom to Hensley. Pacific Lutheran didn't dent the Scoreboard until the third quarter, when Eric Munson snagged a four-yard pass from quarterback Kevin Skogan to cut Jewell's lead to 13-7. But Jewell struck back early in the fourth quarter with its game-clinching TD on another Groom to Hensley pass, this one for four yards. Poc-lutheron 0 077 — 14 William Jewell 0 13 0 6—19 WJ—FG Burch 22. WJ—Hensley 1 pass from Groom (Burch kick). WJ—FG Burch 28. PL—Munson 4 pass from Skogan (McKay kick). WJ—Hensley 4 pass from Groom (run failed). PL—Westmiller I run (McKay kick). ALL STAR LANES 624 S. 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