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P«ge 10 The Salina Journal — Monday, November 23,1981 | NFL Standings American Confsrftncc Fjn<t [NBA Standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L T Pet. PF PA W I Pel. GD NY Jets 7 4 t .675 265 244 Philadelphia IT T .917 Miami 7 * 1 .675 275 238 Boston 10 2 .833 Buffalo 730 .533 237 209 New York 4 7 .364 1 tv, New England 2 TO 0 .167 257 277 Waihitiaton 3 8 .273 7V, Baltimore 1 11 0 .083 209 41 Control 2 New Jcrsoy 2 10 .167 Control Division 9 Cincinnati 930 .750 330 224 Detroit 7 4 .636 — Pittsburgh 7 5 0 583 275 229 Atlanta 6 4 .600 Houston 570 .417 210 263 Milwaukee 7 5 .583 Cleveland 570 .417 208 261 Indiana 5 7 .417 Wait Chicago 5 8 .385 Konsos City 840 .667 303 224 Cleveland 4 7 .364 V, V, IV, 3 3 Denver 840 .667 341 194 Western Conference Son Diogo 750 .583 370 312 Midwest Division Oakland 570 .417 195 239 W L Pel. GB Seattle 480 .333 209 289 San Antonio 9 3 .750 — National Conference* East Utah 6 5 .545 Denver 5 5 .500 W L T Pet. PF PA Houston 6 7 .462 Philadelphia 930 .750 297 172 Kansas City 3 8 .273 Dallas 930 750 289 23 2 Dallas 1 11 .083 2V, 3 3V, 5V, 8 NY Giants -660 .500 242 213 Pacific Division Washington 5 7 0 .417 250 294 Portland 8 3 .727 — St. louis 570 .417 248 337 Los Angeles 9 4 .692 — Central Goldon State 7 4 .636 Minnesota 740 .636 250 238 Phooni* 6 5 .545 1 2 Tampa Bay 660 500 217 190 Seattle 5 5 .500 2'/i Detroit 6 6 0 .500 291 254 San Diego 2 8 .200 5V, Green Boy 5 7 0 .417 220 286 Saturday's Results Chicago 390 .250 176 275 Philadelphia 135, Houston 106 Wnst Detroit 95, Utah 86 San Francisco 930 .750270 214 New York 118, Milwaukee 1 12 Atlanta 560 .455 297 223 Atlanta 107. Indiana 100 Los Angeles 570 .417 268 271 Chicago 117, Washington 105 New Orleans 480 ,333 166 261 Phoenix 1 10, Dallas 88 Sunday's Results Cincinnati 38, Denver 21 Detroit 23, Chicago 7 Tampa Bay 37, Greon Bay 3 Buffalo 20. New England 17 Now Orleans 27, Houston 24 New York Giants 20, Philadelphia 10 Pittsburgh 32, Cleveland 10 Kansas City 40, Seattle 13 St. Louis 35, Baltimore 24 Now York Jots 16. Miami 15 Dallas 24, Washington 10 San Francisco 33, Los Angolos 31 San Diego 55. Oakland 21 Monday's Gams (All Tlmos CST) Minnesota at Atlanta, 8 p.m. Thursday's Gomes Kansas Cily at Delroil, 12:30 p.m. Chicago at Dallas, 3 p.m. Sunday, November 29 Baltimore at Now York Jols, Noon Cincinnati ot Cleveland. Noon Green Bay at Minnosoto. Noon Los Angeles at Pittsburgh, Noon St. Louis at New England, Noon Washington at Buffalo, Noon Tampa Bay at Now Orleans. 1 p.m. Atlanta at Houston, 3 p.m. Denver at San Diogo, 3 p.m. Now York Giants at San Francisco. 3 p.m. Oakland at Seattle, 3 p.m. Monday, Novombflr 30 Philadelphia at Miami. H p m. Denver 128. Kansas Cily 121 Los Angeles 119, San Diogo 1 1 7 Golden Stole 129, San Antonio 122 Sunday's Result Seattle 109. Now Jersey 92 Monday's Games (No Games Scheduled) Tuesday's Games (All Tlmos CST) Cleveland at Atlanta, 6;35 p.m. Now York at Indiana, 6:35 p.m. Golden Stato at Washington, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. New Jersey at Houston, 8:05 p.m. Chicago at San Diogo, 9:35 p.m. NHL Standings Wales Conference Patrick Division WIT Pis. GF NY Islanders 12 4 4 28 82 Pittsburgh 9 8 4 22 79 Philadelphia 10 9 1 21 72 NY Rangers 8)2 117 70 Washington 5 14 1 1 1 67 Adams Division Quebec 13 9 2 28 110 Boston 12 5 4 28 87 D ™^.,.™^™™™.:,..-.™.^™.^*™-™-.™^ Montreal 11 3 5 27 102 i A . ,» ft I re NSAsA Playoffs n . -wrf-mrr* «**— ;r I cr N/MA Pairings and Sites Division 1 Quarterfinals (All games to bo playud D«c. 5) 5 Buffalo 10 5 6 26 76 t Hartford 3 10 7 13 63 i< Campbell Conference ^ Morris Division WIT Pts. GF Minnesota 11 4 5 27 93 Chicago 9 5 7 25 108 Winnioea 9 8 3 21 81 No. 1 Moorhscd Stato (Minn.) at No. 6 Pitt",- Detroit ' ' 7 9 5 19 82 burg Stato, (Ktin.) Brandbenburq St<;dium, Pittsburg, 1 p.m. CST No. 2. Elon (N.C.) ul No. •) Concord (W.Va.) Mitchell Stadium, Blue-hold, Noon CST St. Louis 7 12 3 17 81 Toronto 5 11 4 14 86 Srnythe Division Edmonton 13 6 3 29 1 1 2 No. 3 Hillfdulr (Minn.) at No. 5 Fairmont Stats Vancouver 9 9 4 22 80 (W.Va.) Rosier Field, Fairmont, Noon, CST Los Angoles 9 12 0 18 93 Cnlnnru 5 12 5 1 5 73 No. 7 Cameron (Oklo.) at No. 8 Control Ar- Colorado 3 }3 4 16 53 kansas Estos Stadium, Ccinway, 1 p.m. CST Division II Semifinals (All games to bo ployed Dsc. 5) Saturday's Results Quebec 7, Hartford 3 Now York hlonders 4. New York Rangers Detroit 4, Calgary 4, tie Montreal 9, Pittsburgh 5 GA 70 82 89 88 79 96 66 49 64 85 GA 56 89 92 89 92 94 82 79 104 104 103 3 Memoriol Stadium, Now Wilmington. Noon, CST William Jewoll (Mo.) at Austin (Texas) Louis Caulder Stadium, Sherman I p.m. CST Division II Quarterfinal Results Concordla (Minn.) 10. Dickinson Stato (H.D.) 3 Wostmlnjtar (Pa.) 21, Anderson (Ind.) 6 William Jewoll (Mo.) 19, Pnc-Lutlioron (Wash.) 14 Austin (Texas) 27, Ponhcrajl"} Siotn (Ol;lcv) 16 laylor <! 1-3 9, SFort 1 2-2 -I, Porker 1 0-0 2. Totals 33 16-25 College Basketball PORT HAYS JV (65) Johnson 2337, Doworff I 133. Nuei^ls 6 5-6 17, Stovoll 5 \-1 II, Sontilli 1 133, Tclbort 1 4-4 6, Brown 3 2-2 0. M.-JIIO.-. •< 0-0 10 Tr,:Hs 'M 17-23 65. CLOUD COUNTY I.'" Gardenhiro 4 1-29, Smith 9 0 0 K' Dougherty 0 2-2 2, Head 1 '1 :•' '• Hopkins 2 1-45, Shirley 5 6 5 I',, NewmanO 1-21, Swihort 6 00 1'A. 82. Halltime score: Cloud County 33, Port Hays Stato 27. Total fouls: Fort l-!ays 21, Cloud County 23. Technical fouls: Parked ((.C). OTTAWA CLASSIC SOUTHWESTEIIN (69) Howard 1 0-0 2. Chaodle 1 00 2, Jones 7 1-3 15, Roiney 7 4-4 18, CJuick 5 0-0 10, Anderson 2 00 4 Sweotwood 3 2-3 0, Brown 4 2-2 10. Totals 30 9-1269. OTTAWA (53) King 7 4-6 18, Tuckei 0 1-3 1. Barnwoll 2 0-0 4, Zorn 01-21, Losch 0 7-2 2. McLain 4 0-0 8, Carroll 1 0-1 2. Strokes 6 <1-5 16, A.McCall 01-1 1. Totals 20 13-20 53. Halftime scor.j: Oitawa 3.1. Southwestern 32. Total fouls: Southwestern 17, Ottawa 17. Technicals: King (Ottuwa). FrioruJs 71, Pnik College 70 Missouri Western Toutnamant At St. Joseph, Nov. 22 Mon's First Round Missouri Western 71. Baker 69 Washburn 75, Grocolond 58 Salinans in top 10 at Wichita fun run Two Salinans were among the top 10 finishers Saturday at the 10-niile Wich•, ita Running Club Turkey Trot. Carl Nicholson placed eighth with n time of 53:40 and Danny Fisher was 10th in 54:17. "Central wrestlers to hold soap-towel matches ". Salina Central's wrestling team will t^hold its first-ever soap and towel matches Tuesday night at the Central i, .gym. The matches begin at 7 p.m. Boston 5. Toronto 3 Edmonton 8, Vancouver 3 Washington 10, Philadelphia 4 Chicago 6, Minnesota 4 Winnipeg 1, St. Louis 1, tie Buffalo 7. Los Angeles 1 Sunday's Results Quebec 6, Boston 1 Washington 3. Philadelphia 2 Now York Islanders 7, New York Rangors 2 Winnipeg 5, St. Louis 4 Minnesota 1, Chicago 1, tio Colorado 5. Vancouver 5 Monday's Game Detroit at Edmonton BowS Schedule (All Times CST) Dec. 12 Independence Bowl At Shrovoport, La. Oklahoma State (7-3) vs. Texas A8M (6-4), 7:00 p.m. Doc. 13 Gordon Stato Bowl At East Ruthartord. N.j. Tonnessoo (6-4) vs. Wisconsin (7-4), 11:30 p.m. Dec. 10 Holiday Bowl At San Diogo, Calif. Brigham Young (10-2) vs. Washington St. (8-21), 8:00 p.m. Dae. 19 California Bowl At Fresno, Calif. San Jose Stato (8-2) vs. Toledo (8-3), 3:00 p.m. Tangerine Bowl At Orlando, Flo. Southern Mississippi (B-l-l) vs. Missouri (7-4), 7:00 p.m. Doc. 26 Sun Bowl At El Paso, Texas Oklahoma (5-4-1) vs. Houston (6-3-1), Noon Dec. 28 Gator Bowl At Jacksonvllla, Fla. North Carolina (9-2) vs. Arkansas (8-3), 8:00 p.m. Doc. 30 Liberty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. Ohio State (7-4) vs. Navy (7-3), 7:00 p.m. Dec. 31 Bluebonnot Bowl At Houston Michigan (8-3) vs. UCLA (7-3-1), 7 p.m. Hall of Fame Bowl At Birmingham, Ala. Mississippi State (7-4) vs. Kansas (8-3), Noon Peach Bowl At Atlanta, Go. Wust Virginia (8-3) vs. Florida State-Florida winner, 2:00 p.m. Jan. 1 Cotton Bowl At Dallas, Toxas Texas (8-1-1) vs. Alabama (8-1-1), Noon Fiesta Bowl At Tcmjpe, Ariz. Penn State (8-2) vs. Southern California (9-2), 12:30 p.m. Orange Bowl At Miami, Fla. Nebraska (9-2) vs Clemson (11-0), 7:00 p.m. Rose Bowl At Paiadana, Calif. Iowa (8-3) vs. Washington (9-2), 4:00 p.m. Sugar Bowl At New Orleans, La. Pittsburgh (10-0) vs. Georgia (9-1), 7:00 p.m. The Saline County Banks will close all facilities at 12 Noon, Wednesday, Nov. 25 thru Thursday, Nov. 28 In observance of Thanksgiving Day Iowa smells the roses By United Press International Ohio State and Michigan had their annual showdown on Bowl Bid Saturday and it was a typically dramatic game. But for a change, the Buckeyes' 14-9 victory did not result in a Rose Bowl berth. This year, OSU is headed for the Lib erty Bowl and Michigan goes to the Bluebonnet Bowl. Iowa — 4-7 a year ago — slipped into the Rose Bowl for the first time in 23 years with a 36-7 rout of Michigan State. While the No. 18th Buckeyes and No. 5 Wolverines did battle in Ann Arbor, Mich., the Hawkeyes were completing a slow maturing process. "We've come of age," said Iowa Coach Hayden Fry. "The first thing I said when I came on this campus is that before you can start winning, you have to stop losing." The Hawkeyes will meet Washington, the Pac-10 champion, in the New Year's Day game at Pasadena, Calif. And that won't be the only fresh matchup in the major bowls; Clemson, 6-5 last year, completed an unbeaten season to reach the Orange Bowl for the first time in 27 years. The Tigers will meet Big Eight champion Nebraska in the Orange Bowl on New Year'a Night at Miami. "Going to a major bowl will help us a lot, because Clemson still doesn't get a lot of respect around the country," said Tigers tailback Chuck McSwain after second-ranked Clemson defeated South Carolina, 29-13, to finish at 11 0. In other bowl encounters, it will be: Cotton Bowl, Texas (8-1-1) vs. Alabama (8-1-1); Sugar Bowl, Pittsburgh (10-0) vs. Georgia (9-1); Independence Bowl, Oklahoma State (7-3) vs. Texas A&M (6-1); Garden State Bowl, Tennessee (6-4) vs. Wisconsin (7-4); Holiday Bowl, Brigham Young (10-2) vs. Washington State (8-2-1); California Bowl, San Jose State (8-2) vs. Toledo (8-3); Tangerine Bowl, Southern Mississippi (8-1-1) vs. Missouri (7-4); Also, Sun Bowl, Oklahoma (5-4-1) vs. Houston (6-3-1); Gator Bowl, North Carolina (9-2) vs. Arkansas (8-3); Liberty Bowl, Ohio State (7-4) vs. Navy (73); Bluebonnet Bowl, Michigan (8-3) vs. UCLA (7-3-1); Fiesta Bowl, Penn State (8-2) vs. Southern Cal (9-2); Hall of Fame Bowl, Mississippi State (7-4) vs. Kansas (8-3); and Peach Bowl, West Virginia (8-3) vs. winner of the Florida State-Florida game next Saturday. The most important game on the postseason schedule is expected to be the Sugar Bowl. That could be for the national championship as long as Pittsburgh, which ran its winning streak to 17 games by crushing Temple 35-0 Saturday, can maintain its No. 1 ranking. However, the Panthers have a tough game next Saturday against old rival Penn State. In other games involving Top 20 teams Saturday, No. 5 Nebraska defeated Oklahoma, 37-14, No. 7 Texas downed Baylor, 34-12, No. 8 Southern Miss lost to Louisville, 13-10, No. 9 USC beat No. 13 UCLA, 22-21, and No. 10 Arkansas lost to SMU, 32-18. Dan Marino passed for 249 yards and four touchdowns to lead top-ranked Pitt; tailback Chuck McSwain ran for 151 yards and scored two second-half touchdowns to spark Clemson; fullback Phil Bates scored on runs of 16 and 2 yards to pace Nebraska; and quarterback Art Schlichter scored on a 6- yard run with 2:50 to play to lift Ohio State to a share of the Big Ten championship. Darryl Clark scored one TD and set up another to lead Texas into the Cotton Bowl; quarterback Dean May passed for two touchdowns as Louisville handed Southern Miss its first loss of the season; Marcus Allen ran for 219 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Southern Cal dashed UCLA's Rose Bowl hopes; and Eddie Garcia kicked four field goals to help SMU down Arkansas and win its first Southwest Conference championship in 15 years. Also, No. 11 North Carolina defeated Duke, 31-10, No. 12 Washington State lost to No. 16, Washington 23-10, No. 14 Penn State edged Notre Dame, 24-21, No. 15 Brigham Young whipped Utah, 56-28, No. 19 West Virginia lost to Syracuse, 27-24 and No. 20 Missouri lost to Kansas, 19-11. Ron Jackson ran 23 yards for a third- quarter touchdown to spark Washington, 9-2, to its upset and Rose Bowl berth. "I have seen Iowa on film and I know they have an outstanding defense," Washington Coach Don James said. "That's great they are going to the Rose Bowl, but I'm no more surprised they're in it than we are in it." In Jim Young's final game as Purdue coach, the Boilermakers lost to Indiana 20-17 Saturday. On Sunday, Leon Burtnett, Purdue's defensive coordinator for the past five years, was named head coach. dumps No. 1 NEO ARKANSAS CITY, Kan. (UPI) — Dennis C. Allen scored what proved to be the winning touchdown on a 2-yard run late in the third quarter to give Butler County Junior College a 21-14 come-from- behind win Sunday over No. 1- ranked Northeastern Oklahoma in the third annual Rodeo Bowl. Butler, which ended the season with a 12-0 record, assured itself of a No. 1 ranking in the final National Junior College Athletic Association poll of 1981 to be taken next week. The Grizzlies could become only the second Kansas team ever to win the national championship. Fort Scott won it in 1970. Northeastern Oklahoma, which finished its season at 9-1, had two good chances at tying or winning the game (Continued from Page 9) Houston, 27-24, Detroit dumped Chicago, 23-7, Tampe Bay crushed Green Bay, 37-3, and St. Louis defeated Baltimore, 35-24. Minnesota is at Atlanta Monday night. With four games left in the regular season, the Jets and Miami are tied for the AFC East lead, Cincinnati holds a 2-game lead in the AFC Central and Denver and Kansas City are tied for the AFC West lead. In the NFC, Philadelphia and Dallas are again tied for the Eastern lead, Minnesota holds the Central lead and San Francisco has virtually clinched the Western title. Bengals 38, Broncos 21 Led by Ken Anderson's 396-yard passing performance and three TD passes, Cincinnati improved to 9-3 and maintained it 2-game cushion over second-place Pittsburgh in the AFC Central. The victory was the sixth in the last seven games for the Bengals. Denver, with quarterback Steve DeBerg subbing for injured Craig Morton, fell to 8-4 and into a first-place tie with Kansas City for the AFC West lead. Chargers 55, Raiders 21 Kellen Winslow tied an NFL record by catching five TD passes, Dan Fouta established a club record with six scoring throws and rookie James Brooks piled up 282 all-purpose yards to spark San Diego, 7-5, over the defending Super Bowl champions. Winslow had 13 receptions for 144 yards. Steelers 32, Browns 10 Terry Bradshaw threw two TD passes and Pittsburgh intercepted six Brian Sipe passes — including three by Donnie Shell — as the Steelers kept alive their playoff hopes. Cleveland fell to 5-7. One of the Bradshaw's TDs went to Ray Pinney on a 1-yard, tackle-eligible play with 10:59 left in the game. Giants 20, Eaglea 10 Joe Danelo broke a fourth-quarter tie with a 30-yard field goal and Terry Jackson returned an interception 32 yards for a TD as the Giants, 6-6, snapped a 12-game losing streak against Philadelphia dating back to 1975. The Eagles dropped to 9-3 and into a first-place tie with Dallas in the NFC East. Cowboys 24, Redskins 10 Danny White threw TD passes of 28 yards to Butch Johnson and 10 yards to Doug Cosbie to pace Dallas. Washington, 5-7, saw its 4-game winning streak end. Bills 20, Patriots 17 Joe Ferguson threw a 36-yard desperation TD pass to Roland Hooks, who caught the ball in the end zone after it deflected off a New England player, with five seconds left to keep Buffalo, 7-5, alive in the AFC East race. New England fell to 2-10. Saints 27, Oilers 24 George Rogers ran for 142 yards and Jack Holmes scored from nine and two yards to give New Orleans Coach Bum Phillips — making his first trip to Houston since being fired last New year's Eve — a victory over the team that fired him. Lions 23, Bears 7 Detroit, 6-6, parlayed Eddie Murray's three field goals, Eric Hippie's 5- yard TD run and a defense that held Chicago, 3-9, to 24 total yards — a club low — to win its first road game after six losses. Chicago's only score was Todd Bell's 92-yard interception return. Buccaneers 37, Packers 3 Cedric Brown scored on an 81-yard pass interception to highlight a 24-point second quarter that boosted Tampa Bay, 6-6. Also in the period, James Owens ran 35 yards for a TD, Doug Williams passed seven yards to Theo Bell for a score and Bill Capece added a 33-yard field goal. Cardinals 35, Colts 24 Quarterback Neil Lomax, in his second NFL start, ran for one TD and OttLs Anderson scored twice and surpassed the 1,000-yard rushing mark for the third straight year as St. Louis handed Baltimore its Hth consecutive loss. Preventive Maintenance Program "A void costly breakdown®!" We're pleased to announce the creation of a Preventive Maintenance Program available to both commerical and residential owners. Gile Contracting has been a leader in the installation of plumbing and heating systems for many years. We feel our experience offers a useful insight into how efficiently your heating and cooling systems operate 5, 10 and 15 years after installation. Our program offers you the assurance of safe, efficient performance of your heating and cooling systems. We can locate and repair costly breakdowns for you-our customers. "What Else Can I Do For Routine Maintenance." Call 825-2033 ROBERT GILE CONTRACTING Plumbing And Heating • 825 N. Sth First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Butler 17 63-138 143 21 9-19-1 4-30.3 1-1 5-71 NEO 17 71-248 85 0 5-17-6 2-39.5 2-2 7-75 in the final two minutes. But Butler defensive back A.C. Poynter intercepted a pass with 59 seconds left and returned it from the Butler 8 to the 16- yard line. With 1:43 left, Butler's Jeff Sanders had intercepted a Northeastern pass at the Butler 5 and returned it to the 15 but fumbled and Northeastern's Steve Edwards recovered for the Norsemen's final chance at scoring. Last year Northeastern was ranked No. 2 in the nation going into the Garland Bowl with No. 1-rated Kilgore, Texas, but won by an identical 21-14 score to capture the national championship. Allen's 2-yard scoring run capped a 6-play 33-yard drive. The Grizzlies, however, were shocked early in the game when Northeastern scored on its first two possessions. Freshman Barry Hughes, who finished as the game's leading rusher with 159 yards on 27 carries — 123 of those in the first half — opened the scoring with a 42-yard gallop with 12:55 left on Northeastern's first play from scrimmage. After Butler gave up the football on its second possession, Hughes, a 5-10, 179-pound product from Dallas, scored again — this time on a 1-yard run that climaxed a 66-yard, 10-play drive with 7:54 left in the first quarter. Butler scored for the first time with 14:55 left in the second quarter when fullback Gee Wright took in a 5-yard pass from quarterback Mike Nardone. Nardone finished with 9-of-10 passes for 143 yards, including another touchdown strike to wide reciever Dennis L. Allen for 41 yards with 3:35 left in the third quarter, tying the game. Butler 00 7 14 00 — 21 Northeastern Okla. 14 0 00 00—14 NEO • Hughes 42 run (Rltchey kick) NEO - Hughes 1 run (Rltchey kick) BUT - Wright 5 pass from Nardone (Greene kick) BUT - Dennis L. 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