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Page 12 The Salina Journal — Monday, November 30,1981 For th© NFL Standings American Conference East NY Jets Miami Buffalo New England Baltimore Cincinnati Pittsburgh Houston Cleveland Denver San Diego Kansas City Oakland Seattle W B 7 8 2 1 10 8 5 5 B 8 B 6 4 t 5 12 Central 3 5 8 8 West 5 5 5 7 9 National Conference East T 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pet. .654 .625 615 .154 .077 .769 .615 .385 .385 .615 .615 .615 .462 .308 PF 290 275 258 277 209 371 299 237 229 258 404 313 227 240 irence T 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pel. 769 .750 .462 .462 .385 .538 .538 .538 .462 .231 PF 299 297 252 275 264 303 248 318 255 IBS W I Dallas 10 3 Philadelphia 9 3 NY Giants 6 7 St. Louis 6 7 Washington 5 8 Central Minnesota 7 6 Tampa Bay 7 6 Detroit 7 6 Green Bay 6 7 Chicago 3 10 West x-San Francisco 10 3 0 .769 287 Atlanta 760 .538 359 Los Angeles 580 .365 268 New Orleans 490 .308 180 x-clinched division title Thursday's Results Detroit 27. Kansas City 10 Dallas 10, Chicago 9 Sunday's Results New York Jets 25, Baltimore 0 Cincinnati 41, Cleveland 21 Green Bay 35, Minnesota 23 Pittsburgh 24, Los Angeles 0 St. Louis 27, New England 20 Buffalo 21, Washington 14 Tampa Bay 31, New Orleans 14 Atlanta 31, Houston 27 San Francisco 17, New York Giants 10 San Diego 34, Denver 17 Oakland 32, Seattle 31 Monday's Game (All Times CST) Philadelphia ot Miami, 8 p.m. Thursday's Game Cleveland at Houston, 8 p.m. Sunday, December 6 Detroit at Green Bay, Noon Los Angeles at New York Giants, Noon Minnesota at Chicago, Noon New England at Miami, Noon New Orleans at St. Louis, Noon Philadelphia at Washington, Noon San Francisco at Cincinnati. Noon Dallas ot Baltimore, 1 p.m. Atlanta at Tampa Bay, 3 p.m. Buffalo at Son Diego, 3 p.m. Kansas City ot Denver, 3 p.m. New York Jets at Seattle. 3 p.m. Monday, December 7 Pittsburgh at Oakland, 8 p.m. PA 244 238 223 304 437 245 229 294 302 228 329 251 270 321 PA 241 172 230 347 315 •304 204 264 309 285 224 280 295 292 College Basketball Sunday's College Basketball Results Great Alaska Shootout Finals SW Louisiana 81, Marquette 62 Third Place Game lona 71, Washington St. 58 Fifth Place Game Ohio St. 47, Georgetown 46 Seventh Place Gome McNeese St. 95, Alaska-Anchorage 85 Virginia Tipoff Classic Finals Virginia 76, Geo. Mason 57 Consolation Game Fairfield 58, Va. Commonwealth 54, OT East Boston Coll. 86, Bentley 58 King's (Pa) 61. Haverford 55 Loyola (Md) 65, Washington Coll. 64 St. Joseph's 74, Scranton 50 Villanova 96, Monmouth 48 South Florida 70, Mississippi St. 62 Maryland 82, Lafayette 58 So. Alabama 103, III. Benedictine 61 West Stanford 93, Harvard 70 UPI Top 20 NEW YORK (UPI) — How the UPI Top 20 college basketball teams fared the week ending Nov. 29: 1. North Carolina (1-0) defeated Kansas 74-67. 2. UCLA (1-1) lost to Brigham Young 79-75; defeated Pepperdine 76-69. 3. Kentucky (1-0) defeated Akron B3-64. 4. Louisville (0-0) was idle. 5. Georgetown (1-2) lost to Southwestern Louisiana 70-61; defeated Alaska-Anchorage 77-67; lost to Ohio Stole 47-46. 6. Virginia (2-0) defeated Fairfield 107-66; defeated George Mason 76-57. 7. Wichita State (1-0) defeated Abilene Christian 93-55. 8. Iowa (1-0) defeated Northern Illinois 84-66. 9. DePaul (0-0) was idle. 10. Minnesota (0-0) was idle. 11. Indiana (1-0) defeated Miami (O ) 71-64. 12. Tulsa (1-0) defeated U.S. International 8962. 13. Georgia (0-1) lost to San Francisco 92-84. 14. Wake Forest (0-1) lost to Richmond 64-61. 15. Missouri (0-0) was idle. 16. San Francisco (1-0) defeated Georgia 92-84. 17. Alabama-Birmingham (2-0) defeated III.- Benedicrine 100-63; defeated Pittsburgh 78-62. 18. Louisiana State (0-1) lost to Nevada-Los Vegas 83-79. 19. Arkansas (1-0) defeated Michigan 63-72. 20. Nevada-Las Vegas (2-0) defeated Western New Mexico 83-70; defeated Louisiana State 8379. Coaching Leaders NEW YORK (UPI) — College football's all time coaching leaders in total victories, the teams they coached and their records (active coaches in capital letters): 1. PAUL "BEAR" BRYANT (Maryland, Kentucky, Texas ASM, Alabama), 315 80 17. 2. Amos Alonzo Stagg (Springfield, Chicago, Pacific), 314-199-35. 3. Glenn Warner (Georgia, Cornell, Carlisle, Pittsburgh, Stanford, Temple), 313-106-32. 4. EDDIE ROBINSON (Grarnbling), 297-98-13. 5 Woody Hayes (Denison, Miami of Ohio, Ohio State), 238-72-10. 6. Arnett Mumford (Jarvis, Bishop, Texas College, Southern U.), 233-85-23. 7. Fred Long (Paul Quinn, Wiley. Prairie View, Texas College, Wiley), 227-151-31. 8. Warren Woodson (Conway State, Hardin- Simmons, Arizona, New Mexico State, Trinity, New Mexico Highlands), 207-99-14. 9. JOHN MERRITT (Jackson Stale, Tennessee Slate). 209-62-9. 10. Jess Neely {Southwestern, Tenn., Clemson, Rice), 207-176-19. Journal Quiz Scores (13 Games Only) Arizona State 24, Arizona 13 Alabama 2t), Auburn 17 Florida 35, Florida State 3 Boston College 28, Holy Cross 24 Miami (Flo.) 37, Notre Dome 15 Oklahoma 27, Oklahoma State 3 Penn Slat* 48, Pittsburgh 14 Houston 40, Rice 3 San Jose Slot* 28, North Texas State 16 Soulhvn MlMlMlppi 45, Lamqr 14 Tennessee 39. Vonderbllt 34 Tulgn* 48, LSU 7 Virginia T«ch 20. Virginia 3 (Army v«. Novy ond Gtprglg vs. Georgia Tech this week.) NBA Standings Fostern Conference Atlantic Divlilon Philadelphia Boston N«w York Washington New Jersey Atlanta Milwaukee Detroit Indiana Chicago Cleveland Son Antonio Denver Utah Houston Kansas City Dallas Portland Los Angeles Phoenix Seattle Golden State San Diego W 13 13 6 4 3 L 1 2 e 10 13 Central Division 8 9 8 8 6 4 5 6 7 8 10 11 Western Conference Midwest Divlilon W 10 8 7 6 4 2 Pacific Division 10 12 8 7 L 5 5 7 II 10 13 4 5 5 6 7 10 Pet. .929 .8*7 .429 .286 .200 .615 .600 533 500 .375 .267 Pet. 667 .615 .500 .353 .286 .133 .714 .706 615 .538 .533 .286 GB GB 1 Saturday's Results Boston 98, Atlanta 90 New York 10). Cleveland 90 Philadelphia 116, Detroit 103 Indiana 92. Washington 90 Datlas 111, New Jersey 107 Denver 131. Utah 124 (OT) San Diego 122. Seattle 120 Sunday's Results Kansas City 104, Golden State 100 Milwaukee 105. Son Antonio 89 Los Angeles 122. Houston 104 Portland 114, Chicago 109 Tuesday's Games (All Times CST) Detroit at New York, 6:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Atlanta, 6:35 p.m. Boston at Indiana, 6:35 p.m. San Antonio at Washington. 7:05 pj Milwaukee at Cleveland. 7:05 p.m. Kansas City at Houston. 8:05 p.m. San Diego at Phoenix, 6:35 p.m. Portland at Denver, 8:35 p.m. Utah ot Los Angeles. 9:30 p.m. Chicago at Seattle, 9:30 p.m. NHL Standings Wales Conference Patrick Division NY Islanders Pittsburgh Philadelphia NY Rangers Washington Quebec Buffalo Boston Montreal Hartford W 14 12 12 B 6 L 6 8 10 13 15 T Pis. GF 4 32 100 4 28 93 1 25 84 3 19 81 14 78 Adams Division 14 10 4 32 125 12 5 7 1374 12 5 6 7 5 11 8 Campbell Conference Norris Division 31 88 30 94 30 113 16 75 GA 83 87 98 102 91 114 71 76 61 96 W 12 9 10 8 7 6 L 4 7 9 13 13 12 T 7 B 4 4 5 6 Pts. 31 26 24 20 19 18 GF 107 115 95 89 93 102 GA 68 107 109 105 111 no Smylhe Division 17 11 10 7 3 6 10 14 12 17 3 4 0 6 4 37 26 20 20 10 149 94 101 93 62 93 85 124 111 129 Minnesota Chicago Winnipeg St. Louis Detroit Toronto Edmonton Vancouver Los Angeles Calgary Colorado Sunday's R«tult» Buffalo 5, New York Islanders 2 Toronto 6, Detroit 3 Quebec 4, New York Rangers 4, tie Montreal 6, Hartford 3 Edmonton 10, Winnipeg 2 College Football Final Standings Conference Nebraska Oklahoma Kansas Oklahoma State Missouri Iowa State Colorado Kansas State W 7 4 4 4 3 2 2 1 L 0 2 3 3 4 4 5 6 T 0 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 W 9 6 8 7 7 5 3 2 Overal L T 2 C 4 1 3 C 4 C 4 C 5 8 C 9 C Saturday'* Retult Oklahoma 27, Oklahoma State 3. City Pool Results Mld»ea»on Results Team Standings 1. Peacock Varsity. 2. Bar X, 3. The Office. 4. (tie) Peacock Junior Varsity and B.l.'s Sisco, 6. (tie) Edge Inn and Red Kitten "A". 8. Boondocks, 9. Red Kitten "B". 10. Peanut Patch. Individual Name 1. Jerry Greene 2. John Norton 3. Dale Steinbrock 4. Don Vandegrift 5. Ray Brundige 6. Rich Hahn ' 7. Frank Hastings 8. (tie) Barry Bogart Steve Augustine Reuben McNeal John Bengston Standings Team The Office Peacock Varsity Edge Inn Peacock Varsity Bar X Edge Inn Bar X Bar X Bar X The Office Peanut Patch Pet. .778 .773 .769 .739 .722 .684 .682 .650 .650 .650 .650 Hays man wins local fun run Mike Worcester of Hays won the 5- mile Knight's Sporting Goods run at Lakewood Park here Saturday. Worcester covered the course in 26:36. He was followed by Carl Nicholson in 27:02 and Danny Fisher in 27:04. Kathy Whitcomb was the womens' winner with a time of 29:50 and Alysun Deckert was second in 31:25. Ensz and Whitcomb combined to win the couple's race with a team score of 24 points. Individual Result* Top 10 men 1. Mike Worcester, 26:36; 1. Carl Nicholson, 27:02; 3. Danny Fisher, 27:04: 4. J. Means. 27:18; 5. Paul Hermes, 27:24; 6. Clark Ensz, 28.05; 7. Gerald Martin. 28:07; 8. Rusty Myers, 28:08; 9. Ralph Aker. 28:10; 10. Brian Hough, 28:27. Top 5 Women I. Kathy Whitmomb, 29:50; 2. Alysun Deckert, 31:35: 3. Sue Torres, 31:48; 4. Linda Quinlist 32:20; 5. Joan Jilka, 33:06. Couples Ract 30 and under I. Nchols-Seiler, 74 points; 2. Caselman-Jilka, 120; 3. Ragen-Streufert, 121. 31-45 I. Fisher-Robbins, 58; 2. O'Neil-Jilka, 71; 3. Jll- ka-Jilka, 82. 4660 I. Ensz-Whilcomb, 24; 2. Scofleld-Jilka, 54; 3. Myers-Carpenter, 57. 61-75 I. Nicholson-Quinlisk, 33; 2. Mattocks-Johnson, 79: 3. Wagner-Dreher, 92. 76-90 I. Martin-Wagner, 65; 2. Plnslnc«-Wh«alon, 84; 3. Potler-Shey, 89. 91 and over I. Atwell-Kukula. Ill; 2. loehr-Hess. 124; 3. Glnther-Murphy, 157. r UNC wins; Georgetown loses again By United Press International Two of the nation's most formidable college basketball powers got their seasons underway over the weekend and one of them would like nothing more than to start all over. "We looked tremendous on offense," North Carolina Coach Dean Smith of the No. 1 Tar Heels said after Saturday's season-opening 74-67 triumph over Kansas. "They were willing to give us the 15-footer but our players showed a lot of patience in attacking the zone. I thought we were just tremendous offensively." James Worthy scored 23 points and ignited a second-half rally to lead UNC. North Carolina started sluggishly and trailed throughout most of the first half, but an 8-0 spurt put the Tar Heels ahead 5547 with 13:05 to play and Kansas never recovered. Worthy, who scored 12 of his points in the second half, was Joined in double figures by center Sam Perkins with 16 and guards Matt Doherty and Mike Jordan with 12 each. "We've got a win," said Doherty. "It wasn't great but it was good to get one under our belts. Offensively, we hit when we had to. Defensively, it takes a little while to get everything working." In Alaska, fifth-ranked Georgetown suffered its second loss in three games during the Great Alaska Shootout Tournament, dropping a 47-46 decision to Ohio State Sunday. Larry Huggins hit a 22-foot Juniper with four seconds left to lift the Buckeyes to the upset. Huggins' game-winning shot capped a long rally that saw the Buckeyes come from 13 points down with 16 minutes to play. Clark Kellogg had 10 points and a game-high 9 rebounds for fourth-place finisher Ohio State, 2-1. Tony Campbell added 10 points for the Buckeyes. Georgetown, 1-2, outshot and out- rebounded OSU but played tentatively in managing Just 8 points over the last 16 minutes while shooting a dismal 32 percent for the half. Heralded freshman Patrick Ewing scored 12 points Zorn breaks left ankle SEATTLE (UPI) — Seattle quarterback Jim Zorn is out for the rest of the season with a broken left ankle, an injury suffered during the fourth quarter of Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders. Zorn was hurt with 3:20 left in the game when he was tackled by Oakland defensive lineman Johnny Robinson Just as he released a completed pass to Sherman Smith on a play covering 23 yards. After being attended to on the field for several minutes, Zorn was removed on a stretcher and taken to Seattle's Swedish Hospital where he spent the night. The Seahawks were trailing 25-24 and attempting to move to a possible touchdown or field goal when Zorn was injured. Oakland ultimately won the game 32-31. "Losing Jim Zorn meant the difference in the football game," Seattle Coach Jack Patera said afterward. Patera said early reports from the Seattle doctors indicated the break was "not complicated" but would put Zorn out of action for the remaining three games of the Seahawk season. Zorn has been the Seattle quarterback ever since the club joined the NFL in 1976. His only previous injury occurred in 1977 when he missed four games because of a knee problem. "It's going to be strange without Jim," said Patera. "He's been our quarterback since the franchise started except for four games several years back." Dave Krieg, a second-year pro from Milton College in Wisconsin, came in to play quarterback after Zorn was hurt and appears to be the likely replacement in the last three weeks of the season. But Patera said after the game he was undecided whether Krieg or veteran backup Sam Adkins would start against the New York Jets Sunday in the Kingdome. "We'll work both of them this week and see what happens," said Patera. Most of Zorn's teammates voiced deep concern over his loss but offered words of support for Krieg. "Jim's a great quarterback and obviously any team is going to suffer when you lose your first-team quarterback," said wide receiver Steve Largent, a close friend of Zorn's. "David Krieg has a real strong arm. He doesn't have the experience, and there's only one way to get that. But he can do a good job and has a lot of confidence." and had 6 rebounds for the sixth-place Hoyas. In Sunday night's games featuring Top 10 teams, No. 6 Virginia defeated George Mason, 76-57, in the Virginia Tipoff tournament. In Saturday night's Top 10 games, No. 2 UCLA got by Pepperdine, 76-69, No. 3 Kentucky crushed Akron, 83-64, and No. 8 Iowa topped Northern Illinois, 84-66. Rounding out the Top 20 weekend action, No. 11 Indiana defeated Miami (Ohio), 71-64, No. 12 Tulsa belted U.S. International, 89-«2, No. 13 Georgia lost to No. 16 San Francisco, 92-84, No. 14 Wake Forest lost to Richmond, 64-61, No. 17 Alabama-Birmingham downed Pittsburgh, 78^2, No. 18 Louisiana State lost to No. 20 Nevada-Las Vegas, 83-79, in overtime and No. 19 Arkansas defeated Michigan, 83-72. Virginia raced to a 17-3 lead in the first eight minutes and coasted to a 7657 victory over George Mason in the championship game of the Virginia Ti- poff Classic. Freshman Jimmy Miller had 16 points to pace the victors while Jeff Jones contributed 14 and Craig Robinson .13. Ralph Sampson, last season's Player of the Year, finished with 8 points, 16 rebounds and 3 blocked shots. Kenny Fields scored 19 points to lead UCLA to a rugged victory over Pepperdine. UCLA, 1-1 after being upset by Brigham Young Friday, gave Coach Larry Farmer his first victory. Derrick Herd scored a career-high 28 points to spark Kentucky in its season- opener. Hord had 14 points in each half and added a game-high 11 rebounds. Freshman Todd Berkenpas scored 16 points, 10 in the second half, to spark Iowa. Berkenpas, the all-time scorer in Iowa prep school history, hit 8-of-9 shots from the field. In Saturday's tournament action, Vince Hamilton scored 16 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Clemson to a 79-72 victory over Stetson In the championship game of the IPTAY tournament. Jasper McElroy and Walker Russell combined for 47 points to lead Western Michigan to an 83-79 victory over Michigan State and the Spartan Classic title. Freshman Chris Mullin scored 20 points to lead St. John's to a 91-71 victory over Fordham, giving the Redmen their seventh straight Joe Lapchick Memorial Tournament championship. Tennessee-Chattanooga, led by center Russ Schoene, scored 12 straight points late in the first half and went on to defeat Tennessee State 85-57 in the championship of the Tennessee Classic. Southwestern Louisiana rode a 26- point performance by senior guard Alford Turner and an eight-minute scoring drought by Marquette to an 81-62 victory in the championship game of the Great Alaska Shootout. NFL (Continued from Page 11) Send your news tip to The Salina Journal, $45 in prizes awarded every week. passes and Pete Johnson caught one TD pass and ran for two more scores to highlight Cincinnati's fifth straight victory. The loss mathematically eliminated the Browns from repeating as AFC Central Division champs. "I've never seen him so pumped up for a game," said Cincinnati star rookie wide receiver Cris Collinsworth of Bengals' Coach Forrest Gregg, who was fired as coach of the Browns in 1977. "He told us all week exactly how much this game meant to him — how special it would be to beat Cleveland. I think it meant a lot to the team." Bllli 21, Redskins 14 Roland Hooks, subbing for the injured Joe Cribbs, ran for 109 yards and two TDs as Buffalo, 8-5, stayed alive in the AFC playoff race. Buccaneers 31, Sainta 14 Doug Williams passed for two touchdowns and ran for another score to help Tampa Bay erase an early 14-0 deficit and grab a share of first place in the NFC Central. New Orleans' star rookie, George Rogers, regained the NFL rushing lead with 120 yards on 23 carries, giving him 1,399 yards for the year. Falcon* 31, Oilers 27 Steve Bartkowski riddled the Houston defense for 372 yards and two TDs as Atlanta improved to 7-6 and remained in strong position for a wild card playoff berth in the NFC. Cardinals 27, Patriot! 20 Rookie Neil Lomax hit 20-of-28 passes for 285 yards, including a 33- yard scoring toss to Roy Green with 33 seconds left, to lift St. Louis to its third straight triumph. Raiders 32, Seahawks 31 Marc Wilson fired three second-half scoring passes to rally Oakland past Seattle in a battle among AFC West also-rans. Seattle quarterback Jim Zorn suffered a fractured left ankle in the loss. ONE OFT YOUR BANK CANT GIVE YOU. YIELD ON ATHRIFTBOOK ACCOUNT. Some banks may give you a gift to open an account. But we give you more money. We pay you 9 1 /2% interest on a ThriftBook account with an annual effective yield of 10.10%. Our ThriftBook rate is higher than any Savings and Loan or Commercial Bank. ThriftBook accounts are compounded dally with interest paid monthly. 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