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How they stand NFL STANDINGS American Conference East L - T Pet. .667 .667 .444 .444 .333 Pet. .778 .667 .667 .222 PF PA 235 149 173 133 194 227 194 159 133 179 PF PA 226 150 203 206 311 205 183 210 PF PA 224 159 137 144 205 184 143 132 203 209 New England ' Miami NY Jets Buffalo ,r Baltimore t 6 4 4 TO 3 0 5 0 S 0 3 6 0 Central W , t T 7 p t, 0 6 3 0 6 3 0 3 7,0 West . Pittsburgh Houston Cleveland Cincinnati W U 6 3 Pet. .667 .667 .556 .444 .444 San Diego Denver Oakland Kansas City Seattle National Conference East i" W U T Pet. PF PA Dallas .i 7 2 0 .778 203 146 Philadelphia 6 3 0 .667 165 163 Washington 6 3 0 .667 171 125 NY Giants 4 -5 0 .444 148 179 St. Louis 2 7 0 .222 153 199 Central W L, T Pet. PF PA Tampa Bay 7 2, 0 .778 180 143 Minnesota f'J I .444 154 195 Chicago 4 ' 5 0 .444 150 166 Green Bay 3 4 0 .333 130 176 Detroit 1 "-V0 .111 141 210 West W ti- T Pet. PF PA New Orleans 5 4 0 .556 311 19S Los Angeles 4 5 0 .444 155 185 Atlanta M 3 0 . 333 188 212 San Franciscan 18 0 111 176 247 Sunday's Games (All Time PST) Cleveland at Philadelphia, 10 a.m. Dallas at N.Y. Gianu, 10 a.m. New England at Bufialo, 10 a.m. Tampa Bay, at Atlanta. 10 a.m. Washington at Pittsburgh, 10 a.m. Cincinnati at Baltimore, II a.m. San Diego at Kansas City, 11 a.m. Minnesota at St. Louis, 11 a.m. N.Y Jets at Green Bay, 1 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 1 p m. Los Angeles at Seattle, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Denver, 1 p.m. San Francisco at Oakland, 1 p.m. Monday's Game Houston at Miami, A p.m. NFL INJURY REPORT CLEVELAND-AFC (6 3) AT PHILADELPHIA-NFC (6-3) Browns RB Calvin Hill replaces Greg Pruitt (knee), who is out. rb Mike Pruitt (knee) is questionable. WRs Reggie Rucker (hamstring) and Dve Logan (groin) are probable. ..Eaqles LB Ray Phillips (hamstring) and K R-WR Wally Henry (ankle) are questionable. FS Bren ard Wilson (leg) is probable LOS ANGELES NFC (4 5) AT SEATTLE AFC (4 5) Rams start DWayne O'Steen and Nolan Cromwell at CB positions. Cb Pat Thomas (calf), QB Vintfe Ferragamo (hand) are out. T Doug France (elbow) OB Pat Haden (left hand), G Kent Hilt (back), LB Kevin McLain (hamstring), LB Jack Reynolds (knee), T Jackie Slater (wrist-knee), RB Wendell Tyler (thigh), WR Billy Waddy (hamstring), G John Williams (calf), DE Jack Youngblood (elbow) and LB Jim Youngblood (shoulder), are proba ble...Seahawks S Autry Beamon (back), LB Terry Beeson (ribs), FB Dank Door , ntnk (heel), WR Steve Largent (groin) and ! CB Cornell Webster (knee) are probable. NEW ORLEANS-NFC (5 4) AT DENVER AFC (6 3) Sain's DE Don Reese (knee), DT Der-land Moore (ankle), WR Rich Mauti (leg) and LB Jim Merlo (back) are proba ble ..Broncos S Charley West starts tor Bernard Jackson (foot), who is out. LB Larry Evans may replace doubtful Joe Rizzo (knee). LB Tom Jackson (calf), CB Steve Foley (ribs) ndackup TE Ron Egloff (knee) are questionable. NEW YORK JETS AFC (4-5) AT GREEN BAY NFC (3 6) Jets start eijner J3obbfn Jones or Paul Darby for WR Wesley Walker (knee), who : is out along with backup TE Bob Raba (knee), rb Scott Dierking (groin), c Joe Fields (shoulder), rb Kevin Long (leg), G Dan Alexander (neck) and backup S Ken Schroy (thigh) are questionable. T Chris : Ward (heel) and CB Bobby Jackson . (chest) are probable. ..Packers DE Ezra Johnson (ankle), is probable. Backup RB Sammy Johnson (kneeris doubtful. SAN FRANCISCO-NFC (18) AT OAKLAND AFC (5 4) 49ers LB Dan Bunr starts for doubtful Scott Hilton (shoulder). CB Mel Morgan (foot) is quesrionable. DE Cedrick Hard man (neck), R8 Paul Hater (ribs). LB Jeff Mc Intyre (knee) ard T Ron Singleton (knee) are probable. ..Radiers TE Raymond Chester (knee) and backup WR Rich Martini (shoulder) are probable. WASHINGTON NFC (6 3) AT PITTSBURGH AFC (7 2) Redskins CB Joe Lavender (knee) and G Ron Saul (ankle) are probable... Steelers CB Dwayne Woodruff starts for Ron Johnson (concussion), who is out . Backup RB Greg Hawthorne (ankle) is probable. CINCINNATI (2 7) AT BALTIMORE (3 6) Bengals S Marvin Cobb (hamstring), LB Bo Harris (thigh) and backup s Scott Perry (knee) sire questionable. DT Eddie Edwards (knee), LB Jim Le Clair (shoul der), OT Wilson Whitley (thigh), and RB Charles Alexander (thigh) are proba ble . Colts TE Reece Mc Call (shoulder), DT Mike Barnes (shoulder). DE Fred Cook (shoulder) and CB Dwight Harrison (hamstring) are questionable. WR Roger Can- (back), RB Don Hardeman (shoul UNR Continued from page 42 Davitch has spent most of this season alternating sophomore Rob Petrilio and junior Jay Goo-denbour at quarterback. He said Goodenbour would probably start against U!NR. "It look's like-Goodenbour," said Davitch. "They've both played very well.!' Idaho's leading pass receivers are sophomore flanker Jack Klein and senior split end Rocky Tuttle. Klein ranks fourth in the Big Sky with 25 catches for 411 yards and three touchdowns. Idaho is1 probably the biggest team in the conference, with an offensive line led by senior tackle Kyle Riddell'(6-foot-4, 257 pounds) and senior center Larry Coombs (6-foot-5, 260). The Vandal defensive line, featuring tackles Mark McNeal (6-foot-7. 225) and Steve Parker (6-foot-7, 250) is -equally bulky. Idaho's front fivctilts to one side der), KR Nesby Glasgow (knee), and RB . Don McCauley (shoulder) are probable. NEW ENGLAND (6 3) ' AT BUFFALO (4 5) Patriots RB Sam Cunningham (shoulder), TE Russ Francis (back), S Doug Beaudoin (hamstring), and KR Alan Clark (neck) are probable. LB Rod Shoate (neck) is questionable. ..Bills WR Lou Pie-cone starts for Jerry Butler (shoulder), who is out . WR Frank Lewis (groin), G Reggie Mc Kenzie (shoulder), KR Keith Moody (shoulder), and DE Ben Williams (knee) are probable. WR Bob Chandler (shoulder) is doubtful. SAN OlEGO (6-3) AT KANSAS CITY (4-5) ' Chargers TE Bob Klein (calf), C Don Macek (neck), RB Mike Thomas (back),G Ed White (knee), and backup TE Gregg Mc Crary (hamstring) are probable. .Chiefs QB Steve Fuller starts. LB Frank Manumaleuga and CB M L. Carter may replace doubtful Charles Jackson (ribs) and Tim Collier (shoulder). C Jack Rudnay (back) and backup LB Cal Peterson (hamstring) are questionable. KR J T. Smith (shoulder) is probable. Backup TE Ed Beckman (knee) is out. . HOUSTON (6-3) AT MIAMI (6 3) Oilers RB Earl Campbell (thigh), LB Ted Washington (hand), WR Ken Bur-rough (hamstring) and G Ed Fisher (ankle) are probable.. Dolphins RB Gary Davis and C Mark Dennard replace Del Williams (ribs) and Jim Langer (knee), who are out along with backup FB Norm Bulaich (cheek). KR Tony Nathan (hamstring) is probable. Backup FB Steve Howell (hamstring) is qestionable. DALLAS (7 2) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (4-5) Cowboys QB Roger Staubach (knee), lb Thomas Henderson (hamstring) and RB Preston Pearson (ribs-knee) are questionable CB Benny Barnes (foot), C John Fitz gerald (foot), LB Mike Heqman (back), CB Aaron Kyle (knee), TE Jay Saldi (arm) and WR Steve Wilson (neck) are probaole... Giants LB John Skorupan may replace doubtful Brad Van Pelt (ribs). WRs Johnny Perkins (hamstring). Earnest Gray (hip), FB Doug Kotar (ribs) and C Jim Clack (back) are questionable. DETROIT (18) AT CHICAGO (4-5) Lions RB Bo Robinson (ribs) is prob able.. .Bears backup S Lenny Walterscheid (shoulder) is questionable. TE Mike Cobb (thigh) is probable. MINNESOTA (45) AT ST. LOUIS (2-7) Vikings LB Fred Mc Neill (toe) is questionable. ..Cardinals DE Bob Pollard (leg), T Keith Wortman (ankle) and G Bob Young (leg) are questionable. C Tom Banks (leg), WR Mel Gray (leg) are prob able. TAMPA BAY (7-2) AT ATLANTA (3 6) Buccaneers DT Randy Crowder re places doubtful Bill Kollar (back). FS Ce dric Brown (shoulder) and DE Wally Chambers (back) are probable. ..Falcons LBs Fulton Kuykendall (shoulder), Greg Brezina (back) are probable. PRO-COLLEGE ODDS Weekend National Football League and college odds as posted by Harran's Reno Tahoe Sports Book: NFL Favorite Pts. Oakland San Francisco 10"a Atlanta Tampa Bay I New England Buffalo 5 Dallas New York Giants Ti Pittsburgh Washington lOVa Philadelphia Cleveland 3V2 San Diego Kansas City 6 St. Louis , Minnesota 5 Baltimore Cincinnati 2Vj Seattle Los Angeles 3Va Chicago Detroit 6V New York Jets Green Bay 4 Miami Houston Vt Denver New Orleans 6'i COLLEGE Washington California 3Vi Stanford Ariz. St. 6 Clemson Wake Forest 6 Brown Harvard 14 No. Carolina Maryland 3 Tennessee Rutgers 19 Pittsburgh Syracuse 17 Tulane Boston Coll. 5 Penn St Miami (Fla.) Wi Indiana Minnesota 1 Georgia Tech Duke 13 W. Virginia Virginia Tech 3 Notre Dame Navy 19 Purdue Iowa 6 Ohio St Illinois 20 LSU Mississippi t'i Kansas St Kansas E Nebraska Missouri I4V2 Auburn Florida l3' Texas A&M SMU 16 Oklahoma Okla. St. 20 Alabama Miss. St. 23 Iowa St Colorado 1 Air Force Army 1 Texas Texas Tech 14'Si Houston TCU 16 Arkansas Rice 21 Southern Cal Arizona 21 "3 Wash. St Ore. St. 5 So. Carolina No. Carolina St. 5 Georgia Virginia 8 BIG SKY SCHEDULE Saturday's Games 'Nevada Reno at Idaho, 1:30 p m. 'Northern Arizona at Boise State Weber State at Idaho State 'Montana at Montana State FREE AGENT LIST The following major league players are eligible for today's re entry draft: Jesus Alou, outfielder, Houston Paul Blair, outfielder, Cincinnati Glenn Borgmann, catcher, Minnesota to play with Jay Hayes (6-foot-6, 220) and Chris Eads (6-foot-4, 220) sharing time at left end. Despite the size, Idaho has had problems on defense. The Vandals are giving up 348.3 total yards per game to rank sixth among Big Sky schools. Opponents are rushing for 209.6 yards, passing for 138.7 yards and scoring 23.8 points per game against Idaho. Davitch is concerned with his team's ability to stop UNR fullback Frank Hawkins, the nation's leading rusher among Division I-AA schools with a 148.4 yards-per-game average. "When you have a quarterback (Larry Worman) who is playing as well as theirs (UNR) is and a running back (Hawkins) who's a world champ, you have to worry," said Davitch. "It looks to us like they've been able to run every yM - 4 Jnt!4 n ) !6 ounceiteakoup c sdlbal potato vith Wur cream, i c v? Vrtl i iVnT iffitr Sin Miiiriir iniimnirr ifi Ti mud: iyf Tifnfanift.iimai felrf:iini,-iifri.i?rltliM(iia-.w r an -' - &tv.4....-)Li: ..a...? -,Mj.&.-Jfc: Dave Chalk, Infielder, Oakland Jose Cruz, outfielder, Houston John Curtis, pitcher, San Francisco Dock Ellis, pitcher, Pittsburgh Dave Goltz, pitcher, Minnesota Greg Gross, outfielder, Philadelphia Dave Hamilton, pitcher, Oakland Andy Hassler, pitcher. New York Mets Don Hood, pitcher, New York Yankees Willie Horton, outfielder, Seattle Al Hrabosky, pitcher, Kansas City Tim Johnson; infielder, Toronto Jay Johnstone, outfielder, San Diego Jim Kaat, pitcher, New York Yankees Don Kessinger, infieder, Chicago White Sox Ed Kranepool, first baseman. New York Mets Lerrin LaGrow, pitcher, Los Angeles Skip Lockwood, pitcher, New York Mets Milt May, catcher, Chicago White Sox Rudy May, pitcher, Montreal Bob Montgomery, catcher, Boston Joe Morgan, second baseman, Cincin nati Fred Norman, pitcher, Cincinnati Rowland Office, outfielder, Atlanta Jorge Orta, infielder, Chicago White Sox Fred Patek, shortstop, Kansas City Tony Perez, first baseman, Montreal Lenny Randle, infielder, New York Van kees Merv Rettenmund, outfielder, California Nolan Ryan, pitcher, California George Scott, first baseman. New York Yankees Tony Solaita, first baseman, Toronto Don Stanhouse, pitcher, Baltimore Rennie Stennett, infielder, Pittsburgh Rusty Torres, outfielder, Chicago White Sox Wayne Twitchell, pitcher. New York Mets Bobby Valentine, infielder, Seattle Bob Watson, first baseman, Boston Roy White, outfielder. New York Yankees Rick Wise, pitcher, Cleveland Jim Wohlford, outfielder, Milwaukee NBA STANDINGS Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 8 1 .889 Boston 7 2 .778 1 New York 6 5 .545 3 Washington 3 5 .375 4'2 New Jersey 2 7 .222 6 Central Division W L Pet. GB San Antonio 6 3 .667 Atlanta 6 5 .545 1 Indiana 5 6 .455 2 Detroit 4 6 .400 2l'j Cleveland 4 8 .333 3'2 Houston 2 7 .222 4 Western Conference Midwest Division W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 9 1 .900 - Kansas City 5 5 .500 4 Chicago 3 8 .273 6"j Utah 2 8 .200 7 Denver 2 8 .200 7 Pacific Division W L Pet. GB Portland 9 2 .818 - Loe Angeles 7 3 .700 l'j Phoenix 7 4 .636 2 Golden State 5 5 .500 2"i Seattle 5 5 .500 3Va San Diego 4 7 .364 5 Thursday's Results Cleveland 127, Detroit 125 New York 134, Utah 118 Today's Games Indiana at New Jersey Atlanta at Philadelphia New York at Kansas City Chicago at Denver Phoenix at Los Angeles Portland at San Diego - San Antonio at Seattle Saturday's Games Boston at Washington New Jersey at Atlanta Kansas City at Cleveland Houston at Detroit Philadelphia at Indiana Milwaukee at Chicago Utah at San Diego Denver at Golden State NBA BOX SCORES CLEVELAND (127) Mitchell 13 4 5 30, Russell 59 10 19, Lambert 3 12 7, Walker 30 0 6, R. Smith 7 3 4 17, A. Carr 8 10 11 27, K. Carr 5 4 4 14, Robisch 2 0 0 4, W. Smith 0 0 2, Willoughby 0 12 1. Totals 47 32 38 127. DETROIT (125) Kelser 10 0 0 20, McAdoo 10 9-11 29, Lanier 7 3 5 17, Hamilton 5 7 8 17, McElroy 5 2 2 12, Duerod 5 1-2 10, Douglas 2 0 0 4, Tyler 5 3 4 13, Evans 1 0 2 2. Totals 50 25 34 125. Cleveland 37 30 X 30157 Detroit 40 30 32 23-125 Fouled out None. Total fouls Cleveland 27, Detroit 30. A -6,394. NEW YORK 034) Knight 14 3 5 31, Demic 2 0 0 4, Cartwright 13 5-7 31, Richardson 9 2 2 21, R. Williams 10 3 5 23, Meriweather 8 2 5 18, Glenn 1 0 0 2, Cleamons 0 0 0 0, Copeland 0 0 0 0, Houston 1 2 2 4. Totals 58 17 26 134. UTAH (118) Dantley 9 4 5 22. King 8 3 719, Hardy 30 0 6, D Williams 9 2 4 20, Boone 8 69 22, Bristow 6 5 6 17, Dawkins 3 2 2 8, Gianelli 1 0 0 2, Poquette 1 00 2. Totals 48 22 33 118. New York 36 25 37 36-134 Utah 37 32 25 34-118 Three point goal Richardson. Fouled Out-King. Total fouls-New York 21, Utah 23. A-8,326. Idaho where they've wanted to this year. We've been thinking about setting land mines in our field for the game, but the fans wouldn't like it." . ' Idaho is coming off a 28-20 loss to Montana State, the conference front-runner that beat UNR, 12-10, last month. "UNR is a much better team than Montana State," said Davitch. "Montana State is playing just about as well as they can play. Reno must have had an off day against them." Davitch doesn't think last weekend's loss, which knocked the Vandals out of league title contention, has demoralized his team. "Our goal this year is a winning season," he said. "That's something around here. They've only had about three in the last 40 years." HIGH SCHOOL GIRL'S BASKETBALL AAA League, Division I Carson 56, Wooster 44 Reed 28, Douglas 25 Hug 45, Sparks 43 Reno 57, Fallon 22 AA League Hawthorne 54, Incline 46 Elko 46, Yerington 38 Boulder City 57, Manogue 27 Lowry 59, White Pine 45 A League Carlin 48, Coleville 43 Whittell 46, Wells 40 Owyhee 42, Lovelock 22 B League Beatty 41, McDermitt 14 Smith Valley 38, Eureka 23 Alamo 46, Gabbs 19 Lund 47, Nixon 42 fe3 NHL STANDINGS Campbell Conference Patrick Division W L T Pts. GF GA Philadelphia 7 11 15 43 32 Atlanta 5 4 1 11 36 30 NY Islanders 4 3 2 10 30 25 NY Rangers 4 5 1 9 43 37 Washington 3 6 1 7 36 46 Smythe Division W L T Pts. GF GA Vancouver 4 3 3 11 32 28 St. Louis 3 5 3 9 27 36 Winnipeg 4 5 1 9 21 31 Chicago 3 4 3 9 22 27 Edmonton 1 5 4 6 33 47 Colorado 1 7 2 4 23 35 Wales Conference Norris Division W L T Pts. GF GA Montreal 7 2 2 16 46 33 Los Angeles 6 3 2 14 54 48 Pittsburgh 4 4 1 9 35 35 Hartford 2 4 4 8 24 30 Detroit 2 5 2 6 29 31 Adams Division . W L T Pts. GF GA Buffalo 6 3 2 14 37 26 Minnesota 6 3 1 13 51 32 Boston 5 2 2 12 33 25 Toronto 4 5 1 9 31 34 Quebec 3 5 1 7 24 30 Thursday's Results Montreal 5, Minnesota 1 Philadelphia 3, St. Louis 1 Los Angeles 4, N.Y. Rangers 2 Today's Games Quebec at Atlanta Toronto at Hartford Washington at Winnipeg N.Y Islanders at Edmonton Boston at Vancouver NHL SUMMARIES St. Louis 0 1 0-1 Philadelphia 2 0 1-3 First period 1, Philadelphia, Bridgman 1 (Gorence, Holmgre), 0:33 2, Philadel phia, MacLeish 5 (Paddock, Kelly). 5:07. Second period 3, St. Louis Klassen 2 (Zuke), 11:00. Third period 4, Philadelphia, Leach 10 (Dailey), 19:50. Minnesota 1 0 01 Montreal 3 11-5 First period 1, Montreal, Lapointe 1 (Jarvis), 8:00. 2, Montreal, Lambert 2 (Mondou, Trembiay), 14:10. 3, Montreal, Shutt 8 (Larouche, Lafleur), 15:30. Second period 4, Minnesota, Zanussi 4 (McCarthy, Sharpley), 2 28 5, Montreal, Larouche 7 (Lafleur, Lapointe), 16:16. Third period 6, Montreal, Lafleur II (Robinson), 19:29. New York Rangers 1 1 02 Los Angeles 2 114 First period 1, Los Angeles, Simmer 12 (Goring), 2:42. 2, Los Angeles, Goring 4 (unassisted), 14:27. 3, New York, Nilsson 7 (Hedberg, Marois). 18:05. Second period 4, New York, Johnstone 2 (Vickers), 6 45 5, Los Angeles. Jensen 4 (Gibbs), 7:47. Third period 6, Los Angeles, Simmer 13 (Dionne, Goring), 16:59. MINOR HOCKEY INTERNATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE North W L T Pts. GF GA Kalamazoo 6 1 0 12 33 18 Flint 4 2 1 9 25 20 Port Huron - 3 3 1 7 23 26 Saginaw 3 3 1 7 31 37 Muskegon 3 3 0 6 23 20 South W L T Pts. GF GA Toledo 3 2 1 7 25 22 Milwaukee 3 5 0 6 32 35 Fort Wayne 2 3 2 6 32 36 Dayton 3 3 0 6 22 24 Grand Rapids 1 6 0 2 12 22 Thursday's Games (No games scheduled) Today's Games Fort Wayne at Muskegon Grand Rapids at Port Huron Toledo at Flint Kalamazoo at Saginaw Dayton at Milwaukee WBA RANKINGS Heavyweight Champion John Tate, U.S.; 1. Kalie Knoetze, South Africa; 2. Gerrie Coetzee, South Africa; 3. Leon Spinks, U.S.; 4. Mike Weaver, U.S.; 5. Earnie Shavers, U.S.; 6. Lorenzo Zanon, Italy.; 7. Leroy Jones, U.S.; 8. Domingo D'Elia, Argentina., 9. Scott Ledoux, U.S.; 10. Bernardo Mercado, Colombia. Lightheavyweight Champion Victor Galindez, Argen tina.; 1. Alvaro Lopez, U.S.; 2. Eddie Gregory, U.S.; 3. John Conteh, England.; 4. Marvin Johnson, U.S.; 5. Mustapha Was saia, Uganda. ; 6. Marvin Camel, U.S ; 7. (jpgj) Saturday PACK LINES - UNR's condition in the Big Sky title race is critical. Even if the Wolf Pack beats Idaho, it will need help from Montana against Montana State Saturday to stay in the running. Nevada-Reno is 3-1 with three league games remaining. Montana State is 5-1 with one, against Montana, left. If the Bobcats beat Montana, they clinch the conference championship, no matter what UNR does the rest of the year. According to Big Sky rules, if two teams finish with matching conference records, first place goes to the winner of the game between the two schools. Montana State's only conference loss so far was to Boise State, which isn't eligible for the championship... Worman, who completed 16-of-23 passes for 144 yards and one touchdown in UNR's 27-20 victory over Montana was named the Big Sky's co-offensive player of the week. He ranks second nationally in passing efficiency... mwf-t 3m - - r Lottie Mwale. Zambia.; 8. Ramon Ran quello, Mexico.; 9. Mike Rossman, U.S.; 10. Jesse Burnett, U.S. Middleweight Champion Vito Antuofermo, Italy.; 1. Marvin Hagler, U.S.; 2. Alan Minter, En gland. 1 3. Hugo Corro, Argentina.; 4. Ron nie Harris, U.S.; 5. Fulgencio Obelmeiias, Venezuela.; 6. Tony Chiaverini. U.S.; 7. Park Jongpal, South Korea.; 8. Marcos Geraldo, Mexico.; 9 Ruben Pardo, Argentina.; 10. Rodrigo Valdez, Colombia. Junior Middleweight Champion - Ayud Kalule, Uganda.; 1. Rocco Mattioli, Italy.; 2 Tadashi Mihara, Japan.; 3. Masashi Kudo, Jaoan.; 4. Gert Steyn, South Africa. 5. Emiliano Villa, Colombia.; 6. Steve Gregory, U.S.: 7. Eddie Gazo, Nicaragua., -8. Sandy Torres, Puerto Rico.; 9. Mariian Benes, Venezuela.; 10. Manuel R. Gonzalez, Argentina. Welterweight Champion Pipino Cuevas, Mexico.; 1. Angel Espada, Puerto Rico.; 2. Sugar Ray Leonard, U.S.; 3. Roberto Duran, Panama.; 4. Tommy Hearns, U.S.; 5. Lee Mak Dok, South Korea.; 6. Harold Volbrecht, South Africa.; 7. Wellington Wheately, Ecuador.; 8. Randy Shields, U.S.; 9. Jor gen Hansen, Denmark.; 10. Pete Ranzini, U.S. Junior Welterweight Champion Antonio Cervantes, Colombia.,- 1. Miguel Montilla, Dominican Re publica.; 2. Sang Mo Koo, South Korea ; 3. Joseph Kimpuani, France ; 4. Esteban de Jesus, Puerto Rico.; 5. Saoul Mamby, U.S.; 6. Lennox Blackmore, Guyana.; 7. Manuel Jimenez, Puerto Rico.; 8. Domingo Ayala. Puerto Rico.; 9. Hugo Rengifo, Venezuela.; 10. Zenon Silgado, Colombia. Lightweight Champion Ernesto Espana, Venezue la.; 1. Oh Yungho. South Korea; 2. Howard Davis, U.S.; 3. Johnny Lira, U.S.; 4. Claude Noel, Trinidad ,- 5. Alfredo Pitalua, Colombia.; 6. Termite Watkins, U.S.; 7. Vilomar Fernandez, Dominican Repub lie; 8. Charlie Nash, England.; 9. Sean O'Grady, U S.; 10. Leonidas Asprilla, Co lombia. Junior Lightweight Champion Samuel Serrano, Puerto Rico.; 1. Reynaldo Hidalgo, Panama, 2. Bobby Chacon, U.S.; 3. Ernesto Grate, Philippines.; 4. Rafael Limon, Mexico.; 5. Leonel Hernandez, Venezuela.; 6. Kim Taeho, South Korea.; 7. Yatsutsune Uheara, Japan.; 8. Frankie Baltazar, U.S.; 9. Rodolfo Sanchez, Spain.; 10. Kiyo-shi Kasama, Japan. Featherweight Champion Eusebio Pedroza, Panama.; 1. Juan D. Malvarez, Argentina.; 3. Mike Ayala, U.S.; 3. Ruben Castillo, U.S.; 4. Bashew Sibaca, South Africa.,- 5. Rober to Castanon, Spain.; 6. Royal Kobayashi, Japan.; 7. Cecilio Lastra, Spain.; 8. John Aba, New Guineau.; 9. Spider Nemoto, Japan.; 10. Juan Escobar, Mexico. Junior Featherweight Champion Ricardo Cardona, Colombia.; 1. Sergio V. Palma, Argentina.,- 3. Ruben Valdez, Colombia.; 3. Vilchit Von groit et, Thailand.; 4. Leo Cruz, Dominican Republic; 5. Chung Soonhyun, South Korea.; 6. Julio Saba, Argentina.; 7. Jesus Caicedo, Colombia.; 8. David Vasquez, U.S.; 9. Jose Cervantes, Colombia.; 10. Ulises Morales, Panama. Bantamweight Champion Jorge Lujan, Panama ; 1. Alberto Davila, U.S.; 2. Carlos Zarate. Mexico.; 3. Syuichi Isogami, Japan.; 4. Eijiro Murata, Japan.; 5. Alberto Sandoval, U.S.; 6. Julian Solis, Puerto Rico.; 7. Juan Rodriguez, Spain.; 8. Roberto Rubal-dino, Mexico.; 9. Carlos Bejarano, Nicara gua.; 10. Alfonso Zamora. Mexico. Flyweight Champion Betulio Gonzalez, Venezuela ; 1. Guty Espadas, Mexico.; 2. Luis Ibarra, Panama.; 3. Peter Mahebula, South Africa.,- 4. Lee Seunghoon. South Korea.; 5. Yang Hong Soo, South Korea.; 6. Ramon Soria, Argentina.; 7. Charlie Magri, England.; 8. Annel Arrozal, Philippines.; 9. Kim Tai Sik. South Korea.; 10. Jovito Rengifo, Venezuela. Baseball New York (AL) - Acquired outlielder Ruooert Jones and pitcher Jim Lewis from Seattle tor outfielder Juan Beniquez, pitch ers Jim Beattie and Rich Anderson and catcher Jerry Narron; obtained catcher Rick Cerone, pitcher Tom Underwood and outfielder Ted Wilborn from Toronto for first baseman Chris Chambliss, shortstop Damaso Garcia and pitcher Paul Mirabel la. Toronto Signed Al Widmar as pitching coach. Football Cleveland Signed free agent running back Doug Dennison. New England Signed tight end Al Chandler. Soccer Pittsburgh Signed Alfie Conn to a five-month contract. LPGA TOURNAMENT At Hanayashiki, Japan (Par 74) Janet Coles, U.S 35-34-69 Hisako Higuchi, Japan 34 36 - 70 Sally Little. South Africa 35 35-70 Beverly Klass, U.S 35 35-70 Hiroko Moriguchi, Japan 35 35-70 Amy Alcott, U.S 35 36-71 Sandra Post, Canada 37 34-71 Silvia Bertolaccini, Arg 34 37-71 Cindy Chamberlain, U.S., 36 35 - 71 Tu A yu, Taiwan, 36 35-71 Beth Daniel, U.S 37-35-72 Betsy K:ng.. U.S 38 34-72 Marga Stubolieid, U.S 36-36 - 73 Murie Breer, U.S 36 ,'11 Barbara Moxness, U.S., 37 36- 73 Bonnie Lauer, U S 37 36 - 73 Barbara Barrow, U.S 38 35 J Lori Garbacz, U.S., 39 34-73 Big 4 mm sf i tig? Reno Evening Gazette (WW) TODAY'S ENTRIES at MGM-Grand ' Post Time 7:30 p.m. FIRST GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Bereci Mandiola Celaya Andy 5 2 Ramon Jayo Guerrica Davila 6 3 Michael Iriondo Aragon-Meabe 7 4 Uralde Argote Bustinduy Ugarle 8 SECOND GAME-Singles, 7 points 1 Ugarte Uralde 5 2 Mandiola Andy 6 3 Guerrica Bereci 7 4 Etxeta Celaya 8 THIRD GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Aragon-Argote Correa Jayo 5 2 Ramon Mandiola Micahel Meabe 6 3 Guerrica iriondo Celaya Davila 7 4 Alcibar Ugarte Bereci Andy 8 FOURTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Ramon Andy Perez Mandiola 5 2 Michael Argote Bereci Etxeta 6 3 Celaya Jayo Aramendi-lriondo 7 4 Aragon Ugarte Guerrica Blanco 8 FIFTH GAME-Singles, 7 points 1 Uralde Aragon 5 2 Bereci Davila 6 3 Celaya Michael 7 4 Alcibar Bustinduy 8 SIXTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Lejardi Iriondo Alcibar Blanco 5 2 Aragon Asueta Perez Gerardo 6 3 Bustinduy Davila Aramendi Loizate 7 4 Correa Etxeta Lekona Meabe 8 SEVENTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Bustinduy Blanco Correa Gerardo 5 2 Aramendi-Andy Uekona-Asuela 6 3 Uralde Etxeta Leiardi Davila 7 4 Perez meabe Alcibar Loizate 8 EIGHTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Guerrica Argote Leiardi Jayo 5 2 Celaya Mandiola Lekona Ugarte 6 3 Ramon-Gerardo Bereci-Loizate 7 4 Uralde Iriondo Michael Etxela 8 NINTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Micahel Mandiola Bereci-Gerardo 5 2 Aragon Argote Alcibar Jayo 6 3 Ramon Loizate Perez Ugarte 7 4 Celaya-Iriondo Guerrica Blanco 8 TENTH GAME-Singles, 7 points 1 Aramendi Leiardi 5 2 Loziate Lekona 6 3 Perez Correa 7 4 Blanco Gerardo 8 ELEVENTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Alcibar Andy Lekona Etxela 5 2 Correa Meabe Leiardi Etxeta 6 3 Bustinduy-Loizate Perez Asueta 7 4 Aramendi Davila Uralde Gerardo 8 TWELFTH GAME Doubles, 7 points 1 Uralde Meabe Leiardi Loizate 5 2 Bustinduy Andy Correa Aasueta 6 3 Alcibar-Davila Lekona Gerardo 7 4 Perez Etxeta Aramendi Blanco 8 THURSDAY'S RESULTS at MGM Grand FIRST GAME Doubles, 7 points Uralde Davila 8 40 5 00 3.60 Ramon Argote 11.40 Bustinduy-Andy 4 40 Qumiela 167.20 (1 7) SECOND GAME-Singles, 7 points Guerrica 18.40 7 20 7 20 Ramon 10 00 12.60 Iriondo 4 20 Exacta $50.40 (6 3) THIRD GAME Doubles, 7 points Celaya Davila 18.00 24 60 5 00 Ramon Ugarte 7 00 3.60 Michael-Meabe 4. 60 Quiniela $74 80 ( 2 6) FOURTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Michael Etxeta 36 20 19.40 5 20 Aragon Jayo 6.60 5.40 Celaya Argote 6. 80 Quiniela $186 80 (3 8! FIFTH GAME-Singles, 7 points Alcibar 11.6O 8.60 4 00 Uralde 14.20 3.60 Celaya 5 20 Quiniela $74.80 (3 8) DAILY DOUBLE $145.80 (8 3) SIXTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Uralde Loizate 11.60 6 20 4.40 Aramendi Etxeta 30.00 Correa Blanco 4. 80 Quiniela $74.20 ( 5 7) SEVENTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Alcibar Etxeta 24.20 15.40 6 80 Uralde Blanco 10.80 4.80 MichaelAndy 3.80 Quiniela $74.20 ( 3 4) EIGHTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Ramon Bianco 9 60 5 40 3 20 Lejardi Mandiola 5 00 5 JO Michael-Jayo 3.40 Exacta $112 00 (3 7) NINTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Guerrica Loizate 8.00 5.40 4.00 Araqon Argote 4.80 8.40 Bereci Jayo 4 00 Quiniela $60.60 (2-5) TENTH GAME-Singles, 7 points Gerardo 9.40 5.00 2.60 Leiardi 6 60 4 00 Davila 3.20 Quiniela $51.00 ( 3 4) ELEVENTH GAME Doubles, 7 points Uralde-Loizate 15.20 5.20 9.20 Correa Andy 3.40 12.80 Bustinduy-Etxeta 23 80 Quiniela $23.40 92-8) TWELFTH GAME Doubles, 7 points UraldeAndy 15.00 2 60 Alcibar Meabe 18 00 2.80 Lekona Loizate 3.40 Exacta $183.60 (1 3) Handle-$7.3O0 Attendance 304 Montana State Sky crown By Associated Press Montana State can win the Big Sky Conference football championship Saturday afternoon by beating rival Montana at Boze-man. Undefeated Boise State, meanwhile, can't win the league crown but can finish off the defending champs, Northern Arizona, at Boise. In a battle of the cellar-dwellers, Weber State, 1-7, meets winless Idaho State, 0-7, at Poca-tello. "Montana State is a continually improving team which probably is playing better now than earlier in the season," said Montana coach Gene Carlson. "Being on top of the conference plus playing at home this week has to be an advantage. We regard the Grizzly-Bobcat game as the 2 lW:ZwW4 'IP Friday, November 2, 197943 TODAY TV SPORTS No programs scheduled RADIO SPORTS ' 7 p.m. KOH AM, 630 - High School football, Tahoe-Truckee vs. Quincy 7:15 p.m. KOH AM, 630 - High School football, Sparks vs. Douglas - SATURDAY TV SPORTS J 8 10 13 - NCAA Football, Ohio State U. Illinois . 1 p.m. 4 1112 - Sportsworld - lightweight championship between Jim Watt and Ro bert Vasquez 1 8 10 13 - NCAA Football, Arizona State vs. Stanford 1:30 p.m. 29 - College Football, University -,ol Idaho vs. UNR r 2:30 p.m. 11 xacers 4 p.m. 6 Soccer Made in Germany 13 Outdoorsman 4:30 p.m. 2 9 - Sports Spectacular 13 - UOP Football Highlights A 0 : '1 .'d S p.m. R 2 9 - Sportsmen's Trails 1:15 a m. 7 Boxing RADIO SPORTS Noon KOLO AM, 920 - Sports Talk 92 ' 1:30 p.m. ; KPTL AM, 1300 - High School football. Wooster vs. Carson KOLO AM. 920 - College football. University ot Idaho vs. UNR 1:45 p.m. KOH AM, 630 - High School football. Hug vs. Reed . 7:45 pm. KPTL AM, 1300 - NBA Basketball, Oen ver Nuggets vs. Golden State Warriors THE LATEST LINE V n (Home team in CAPS) COLLEGE FOOTBALL '1 (SATURDAY) . 1 Favorite Points Underdog J MICHIGAN 23 Wisconsin , , CI.EMSON 6 Wake Forest BROWN 13'2 Harvard xxNorth Carolina 6'j MARYLAND xxTENNESSEE 19"j Rutgers ' .5 PITTSBURGH 13V3 Syracuse ,. Dartmouth w COLUMBIA Tulane t'.'i BOSTON COLLEGE PENN ST. 20 Miami (Fla ) INDIANA 2 Minnesota 1 Princeton 7W PENNSYLVANIA GEORGIA TECH 13 Duke Yale 1 CORNELL H GEORGIA 8 Virginia WEST VIRGINIA 3 Virginia Tech NOTRE DAME 19 Navy ) r-uraue 5-2 iuwa rr xxMichigan St. 19Vj NORTHWESTERN1 Ohio St. 20''j ILLINOIS xLouisiana St. 8 MISSISSIPPI Kansas St. Pick'em KANSAS .1 Nebraska 15 MISSOURI AUBURN 14 Florida 1 xxTEXAS a&m I5v3 so. Methodist .1 Oklahoma 20 OKLAHOMA ST. ., ALABAMA 23'-'j Mississippi St. ' v Colorado I IOWA ST. AIR FORCE 1V4 Army TEXAS 14' j Texas Tech Houston 16 TEXAS CHRISTIAN - ' Arkansas 21 RICE , STANFORD 6Vj Arizona St. t Washington Vi CALIFORNIA 1 SO. CALIFORNIA 21 Arizona Washington St. 5 OREGON ST. SOUTH CAROLINA 5 No. Carolina St. xxMemphis St. 17 VANDERB1LT xxBrigham Young 13"j COLORADO ST. xxFlorida St. 17'1 CINCINNATI xxTULSA 13'2 Wichita St. x At Jackson, Miss, xx No Line on these games on most boards. 0 NOVEMBER n 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 I' 11 12 13 14 13 6 17 I 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 J 25 26 27 28 29 30 X q SPORTS CALENDAR v TODAY College volleyball UNR vs. Texas El Paso, 7 p.m., UNR old gym. High school football Sparks at Doug las; Fallon at Reno, both at 7:30 p.m.. PREP SCHEDULE TODA Y Football AAA League, Division I Sparks at Douglas Fallon at Reno AAA League, Division II Rancho at Basic Gorman at Bonanza Valley at Chaparral Western at Clark Eldorado at Las Vegas AA League White Pine at Boulder City Lowry at Yerington Stewart at Hawthorne Northeastern California North Tahoe at Greenville Tahoe-Truckee at Quincy a A it -:B H can capture -1 m with victory biggest of the year," said Carlson. Sonny Lubick's MSU team has come on strong after losing three of the first four games. Montana State has a four-game winning streak and if the Bobcats win Saturday, they will finish Big Skv play at 6-1. The only team that can match that mark is Nevada? Reno, and Montana State already has beaten the Wolf Pack 12-10. Big Sky sports information director Arnie Sgalio said league, rules provide that if there's a tidj the winner in head-to-head compe-'j tition is declared Big Sky charn', pion. The Big Sky winner also' probably will qualify for the,0 NCAA post-season playoffs which-begin Dec. 8. . : ' Boise State, on probation for a scouting violation last year, play3 host to NAU in a game that a lot of Boise fans are considering a "get even game. s.

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