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ipurrier Takes GAINESVILLE, Fla. Steve Spurrier, who won the 1966 Heisman Trophy as a University of Florida quarterback, rejoined his alma mater Sunday as head football coach. Florida athletic director Bill Arnsparger said Spurrier, the Duke coach, accepted the job late Saturday, after Barry Wilson had been named to succeed him at Duke. Spurrier had been widely rumored to be leaving Duke and Arnsparger said Florida offered Spurrier the job on Dec. 12. "When Steve called late last night to inform me officially that he had decided to accept Florida's offer and return to his alma mater, I felt like celebrating the New Year a day early," Arnsparger said Sunday. Spurrier succeeds Gary Darnell, who took over as interim coach when Galen Hall was fired during the season after the school admitted to NCAA rules violations. Darnell took the Gators to Saturday's Freedom Bowl, losing to Page 2, Section C Sunland Park Results SUNDAY'S RACES First 350 yards; Shady Udy 9 .60, 4.40. 3.40; Burnies Breeze 3.80, 3 20; Blue Boone 8 80. T :18.17. Ouiniela S1 2.20. Second 400 yard; Viva Larain 5 60, 3 60, 3.00; Sing The Baby Blues 4.20. 3.80; Some Lucky Day 3.80. T 20.39. Quiniela $10.40. Exacta S1980. Daily Double $43 20. Trifecta $91 .20. Third 6 furlongs; Special Buzz 6 00, 5.40, 3.20; Murrderous 7.80, 4.60; Sparkling Partner 3 00. T 1:15. First-half Twin Trifecta $138.20. Quiniela S40.80. Fourth 6 furlongs; Am A Hit Too 96 00, 31 80, 1600; Scatta Bear 13.20, 8 20; Miss Sails 3.80. T 1:14 2-5. Quiniel-$1 90.20. Trifecta $1,764. Second-half Twin Trifecta no winners. Carryover $101,100. Fifth 400 yards; Parrohman 9.20. 4.20, 3 40; Mr Master Jet 5.20, 3.80; Woodys Rocket 3 00. T :19 95. Exacta $80.00. Sixth 870 yards; Honeytruckle Rosebud 11.20, 4.40. 3.80, Sparkle Pocket 3 00. 3.00; Glimpse of Satan 9 60. T 46.20. Quiniela $14.00. Big O-Sl 90.00. Trifecta-S223.00. Seventh &h furlongs; Clever Boy 43.60, 20.00, 8 40; Keen Lean N'Mean 10.20, 6.40; Texas Attraction 3.40. T 1:20. Quiniela $150 00. Exacta-$358.00. Eighth 6 furlongs; Snow Me 7.40. 4 00, 2.60; Christian Leader 4 00. 2.80; Buffalo $3 20. T 1 :14 4-5. Quiniela $11 .60. Trifecta S77.00. Ninth 5Vi furlongs; Man's Hill 7.40, 4 40, 3 40; Ali Blue 3.80. 3.00; Debonair Dude 4.60. T-106 2-5. Quiniela $12 80. Exacta $25.40. Tenth 1 1-16 mile; Grey Bed 4.80, 3 20, 3 20; Flachado 7.80, 5.60; Mane Time 5.20. T-145 1-5. Quiniela 518 60. Exacta- $30 80. Eleventh - 1 mile; Oiden Hills 6 00, 3.60, 2.60; Back Road 4.40. 3.40; Vikings Shield 4 00. T-144 3-5. Quiniela $18.60. Trrfecta $173.00. Twelfth (simulcast from Santa Anita) 1H mile; Wretham 24.60, 11.80, 8.60; Patchy G-oundfog 7.00, 4.80; In Extremis 17.60. Quiniela-$48 20. Exacta-$229.80. Trifecta S1 ,786.00. Thirteenth (simulcast from Santa Anita) 1 1-16 mile; Jazz Island 20 00. 7 80, 5.60; Kamikaze Sam 7 40, 4.40; By No Means 8 80. Quiniela $50 00. Exacta $96. 60. Trifecta $1,109 40. Dairy Double $450.60. Hand te S551. 695. Attendance 3,892. fU NFC Wild Card s RAMS 21, EAGLES 7 LA Rams 14 0 0 7-21 Philadelphia 0 0 0 77 First Qusrter: LA Ella rd 39 pass from Everett (Lanslord kick). 2.25; LA Johnson 4 pass from Everett (Lansford kick), 7:20 Fourth Quarter: Pru Toney 1 run (Ruzek kick). 4:02; LA Bell 7 run (Lansford kick), 12 46. A 57.869. LAS Phi F. -st downs 19 14 Rjsnes-yards 36-14 20-95 Passing 265 211 Ret jrn Yards 15 54 Comp-Att-int 18-33-2 24-40-1 Saened-Yards Lost 2-16 2-27 Pjnts 7-37 9-36 Fumbies-Lost 1-1 6-2 Penarties-Yards 1-5 4-35 T;me of Possession 33 38 26 22 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING LA Rams. Bell 27-124. Everett 7-2 McGee 2-18 Philadelphia. Sherman 9-44, Cunningham 6-39, Toney 5-12. PASSING LA Rams, Everett 18-33-2-281. Philadelphia. Cunningham 24-40-1-238. RECEIVING LA Rams. Ellard 4-87, Hoto-han 4-37. Deipino 3-31 . McGee 3-2. Anderson 2-77, Bell 1-23. D Johnson 1-4. Philadelphia. Bya-s 9-68. Toney 4-35. Jackson 3-47, R Johnson 2-38, Sherman 2-18, Carter 2-16, Gamty 2-18 MISSED FIELD GOALS LA Pams, Lans-Icrd 47. Phiiadephia, Ruzek 48. AFC Wild Card STEELERS 26, OILERS 23, OT Pittsburgh 7 3 3 10 3-26 Houston 0 6 3 14 023 First Quarter: Pit Woney 9 run (Anderson kick), 1207. Second Quarter: Hou FG Zen-deias 26, 553; Hou FG Zendeias 35. 8 50; Pit FG Anderson 25. 13 03 Third Quarter: Hou FG Zendejas 26, 330: Pit FG Anderson 30, 11:55 Fourth Quarter: Pit FG Anderson 48. 30; Hou Grvins 18 pass from Moon (Zendeias kick), 5 46; Hou Givins 9 pass from Moon (Zendeias kick), 8 58; Pit Hoge 2 run (Anderson kick), 14:14. Overtime: Pit FG Anderson 50, 356. A 58.306 Pit Hou Fis; downs 17 22 Rusnes-ya'ds 30-177 25-65 Passing 112 315 Return Yards 20 0 Comp-Att-int 15-33-0 29-48-0 Sacked-YardsLost MS 0-0 Punts 6-25 4-33 Fumwes-Lost 1-1 3-2 Penalties-Yards 5-40 8-45 Time of Possesion 27 42 35 44 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Pittsburgh. Hoge 17-100, Wor-y 11-54. Stone 1-22. Bnster 1-1. Houston, PruiDtt 8-26, White 7-13, Moon 3-12. Rozier 5 12. Hichsmith 2-2. PASSING Pittsburgh, Bnster 15-33-0-177. Houston. Moon 29-48-0-315. RECEIVING Pittsburgh, Worley 4-23, Muiancey 3-40, Hoge 3-26, Lipps 3-24, Stock 1-7, Hill 1-7 Houston. Gwns 11-136. Hill 6-98, Prwett 3-24, Highsmith 3-21, Jetfenes 3-16, Duncan 2-15. Rozier 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS Houston, Zendeias 55, Playoff Overtimes NEW YORK (AP) A list of NFL playoff oert,me games since 1958 and the length of :ne overtime play: 1 A Batinyye Colts 23 Nn York Gi8"ts 17 (NFL Championship), 8 minutes, 15 seconds. 1 962-Oalla Texans 20. Houston Oilers 17 lAFt Championship), 17 54. 1965 Green Bay Pacxers 13. Baltimore Co's 10 (NFL Western Conference Playoff), 1339 1971 Miami Dolphins 27, Kansas City Ch.e(s 24 (AFC Divisional Payoffs), 22:40. 1977 Oakland Radem 37, Baltimore Colts 31 (AFC Divisional Playoffs), 15 43. 1982 San Diego Chargers 41. Miami Dolphins 38 (AFC Divisional Playoffs), 13 52. 1987-Cieveiand Brown 23. New York Jets 20 FC Divisional Payoffs), 1702. 1987 Denver Broncos 23, Cleveland Browns 20 (AFC Championship). 5 38. 1 968 Houston Oilers 23. Seattle Seahawks 20 (AFC Wild Card), 8 05 1969 Pittsburgh Steeiers 26, Houston Oil-rt 23 (AFC Wild Card), 326. ktJI mA 1 1 gfr From Wire Washington, 34-7. "His hiring is another positive sign that our football program is indeed headed in the right direction and that the University of Florida will be a program to be reckoned with on the national level during the 1990s,". Arnsparger said. Revered as Florida's only Heisman winner, Spurrier led the Gators to berths in the Sugar and Orange Bowls, directing the 1966 team to a 9-2 record his last year. After nine seasons with the San Francisco 49ers and one with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, he returned to Gainesville in 1978 to serve as an assistant coach. He later served on the coaching staffs of Georgia Tech and Duke before returning to Tampa in 1983 to coach TOURNAL For Copper Bowl Summary ARIZONA 17, NORTH CAROLINA ST. 10 N. Carolina St. 0 7 3 010 Arizona 7 10 0 0-17 An Ogunfiditimi 37 pass from Veal (Coston kick); An Geyer 85 pass interception return (Coston kick); NCS Varn 4 pass from Montgomery (Hartman kick); Art FG Coston 34; NCS FG Hartman 43. A-37,237. NCS Ari First downs 23 8 Rushes-yards 49-88 37-50 Passing 222 80 Return Yards 10 107 Comp-Att-int 21-47-2 5-15-1 Punts 7-38 10-42 Fumbles-Lost 2-2 3-2 Penalties-Yards 6-49 5-47 Time of Possession 38:06 21:54 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING N. Carolina St., Barbour 16-41, Shaw 9-26, Vam 7-23, Jackson 6-14, Manor 5-6, Byrd 1 (minus 3), Montgomery 5 (minus 1 9). Arizona. McGill 14-49. Bates 3-6, Streidmg 2-5, Hampton 5-2, Sapp 3-2, Veal 10 (minus 14). PASSING N. Carolina St., Montgomery 21-46-1-222. Kavulic 0-1-1-0. Arizona, Veal 5-15-1-80. RECEIVING N. Carolina St.. Byrd 6-67. Vam 5-25, Harnson 2-43, Kavulic 2-26, Barbour 2-19, Lawrence 2-16, Jurgens 1-13, Williams 1-13. Anzona. McGill 2-23, Ogunfiditimi 1-37, Hampton 1-14, Bates 1-6. m NHL Standings ALL TIMES MST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L TPts GF GA Washington 18 16 4 40 129 124 New Jersey 18 18 4 40 156 156 Philadelphia 18 17 4 40 142 125 NY Rangers 15 18 7 37 128 131 Pittsburgh 16 19 3 35 157 166 NY Islanders 15 21 4 34 135 153 Adams Division Buffalo 23 11 6 52 140 121 Boston 21 15 3 45 140 121 Montreal 20 17 5 45 132 121 Hartford 19 18 2 40 133 134 Quebec 7 25 6 20 119 179 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division W L TPts GF GA Chicago 22 15 3 47 160 147 Toronto 19 21 1 39 174 185 Minnesota 18 20 3 39 131 142 St Louis 16 17 6 38 135 128 Detroit 12 21 6 30 126 153 Smythe Division Edmonton 21 12 7 49 158 128 Calgary 17 13 10 44 161 134 Los Angeles 19 15 4 42 173 154 Winnipeg 17 15 5 39 120 129 Vancouver 12 19 7 31 119 137 Saturday's Games Quebec 6. N Y. islanders 3 Calgary 5. Montreal 3 Toronto 7, Boston 6. OT Chicago 7, Hartford 3 St. Louis 3, Minnesota 2 Philadelphia 6. Los Angeles 3 Sunday's Games Pittsburgh 5. N Y. Rangers 4 Winnipeg 3. Edmonton 2 Detroit 6. New Jersey 4 N Y. Islanders 4. Buffalo 2 Minnesota 2. St. Louis 1. OT Philadelphia at Vancouver, late Monday's Game Los Angeles at Washington. 1 1 35 a.m. Tuesday's Games Boston at Pittsburgh, 535 p.m. Los Angeles at N Y. Islanders, 535 p m. Vancouver at Detroit. 535 pm. Buffalo at New Jersey. 5 45 p.m. Edmonton at St. Louis, 6 35 p.m. Philadelphia at Calgary, 735 p.m. NHL Summaries PENGUINS S. RANGERS 4 Pittsburgh 1 2 2 S N.Y. Rangers 2 2 04 First Period 1, New York, Leetch 7 (Patrick. Wilson), 3:56 (pp). 2. Pittsburgh, Coffey 13 (Lemieux. Zaiapski), 12.55 (pp). 3, New York, Bioemberg 1 (Hardy. Janssens), 15:38 (pp). Second Period 4, Pittsburgh, Caufiek) 1 (Stevens. Cullen), 530. 5, New York. Wilson 3 (Sandswm, Dahlen), 7:28 (pp). 6, Pittsburgh, Coffey 14 (Lemieux. Errey), 8:14. 7, New York. Mullen 10 (Leetch. Patrick), 1127. Third Period 8. Pittsburgh, Lemieux 25 (Coffey), 1410. 9, Pittsburgh Recchi 11 (Ouinn, McBain), 14.30. Shots on goal Pittsburgh 9-7-521 New York 11-12-10-33. Power-play Opportunities Pittsburgh 1 of 5; New York 3 ol 8. Goalies Pittsburgh, Young 10-1 M. New York, Froese 5-6-1. A 16,651. JETS 3. OILERS 2 Edmonton 0 1 12 Winnipeg 1 1 1-3 First Period 1, Winnipeg, Hawerchuk 9 (Smail, Numminen), 1 55. Second Period 2, Edmonton, Messier 23 (Tikkanen, G. Smith), 2:05. 3. Winnipeg, Ellett 10 (Steen, Eiynuik), 8.22 (pp). Third Period 4, Edmonton, Tikkanen 15 (Lowe). 1:29. 5. Winnipeg, Smail 14 (Mantha), 9.32. Shots on goat Edmonton 7-8-1227. Winnipeg 18-6-731. Power-play Opportunities Edmonton 0 of 5; Winnipeg 1 of 6. Goalies Edmonton, Ranford. 14-7-4. Winnipeg, Essesna, 7-2-2. A 13,435. RED WINGS t, DEVILS 4 New Jersey 1 2 14 Detroit 0 i Sf First Period 1 . New Jersey, Sundstrom 13 (Maclean. Shanahan), 10:48. Second Period 2. New Jersey. Broten 8 (Maley, Driver), 1 :06 3, New Jersey. Broten 9 (Driver), 10:43 (sh). 4, Detroit, Burr 11 (Habscheid Chabot), 12 26. Third Period 5, Detroit, Chaisson 8 (Yzerman, Kocur), 103. 6 New Jersey. Muller 18 (Johnson), 2:15. 7, Detroit, Zombo 2 (Yzerman, Kocur), 6.14. 8, Detroit Habscheid 7 (Burr). 6 59. 9, Detroit, Norwood 3 (Galianx, Kocur). 833. 10, Detroit, Gallant 17 (Yzerman). 1641. Snots on goal New jersey 12-8-323 Detroit 6-17-20-43. Power-play Opportunities New Jersey 0 of 2, Detroit 0 of 4 Goalies New Jersey, Terren, 7-7-0. Detroit, Hanlon, 8-7-4. A 19.875. ISLANDERS 4, SABRES 2 N.Y. Islander 1 2 1-4 Buffalo 1 1 02 First Period 1 , Buffalo, Verve 18 (Mogilny Ruuttu), 7 06 2, New YorV, LaFontaine 31 (Norton, Wood), 1404 Second Period J New York, LaFontaine 32 (Kirn). 5 48. 4. New York, Gronstrand 1 (Sutter), 7.10. 5. Buffalo Arrnel 11 (Hogue). 1804 Third Period 6, New York. LaFontaine 33 (King, Kerr), 15 55. Shots on goat New York 5-15-1030 Buffalo 16-12-1240. Power-play Opportunities New York 0 of 2; Buffalo 0 of 6. Goalies New York, Fitzpatnck, 7-10-2. Buffalo, Puppa, 16-6-5. A 16,433. Job at Ufjj j 1 1 1 "j r and Staff Reports daily scores, call the NORTH STARS 2, BLUES 1, OT St. Louis 0 0 101 Minnesota 0 1 0 12 First Period None. Second Period 1, Minnesota, Chambers 4 (McRae, Gavin), 17:18. Third Period 2, St. Louis, Hull 33, 11:39. Overtime 3, Minesota. Gagner 17, 1:14. Shots on goal-St. Louis 7-8-8-023. Minnesota 9-10-6-227. Power-play Opportunities St. Louis 0 of 3; Minnesota 0 of 3. Goalies St. Louis, Riendeau, 5-7-3. Minnesota, Casey 16-11-3. A 12,331. SATURDAY'S GAME FLYERS 6, KINGS 3 Philadelphia 2 3 16 Los Angeles 1 2 03 First Period 1, Philadelphia, Horacek 3 (Eklund. Bullard), 1 :42. 2, Philadelphia, Smith 2 (Acton, SamueSson), 2:29. 3, Los Angeles, Kasper 13 (Gretzky), 15:16. Second Period 4, Philadelphia, Bullard 18 (Wells, Carkner), 339. 5, Philadelphia, Horacek 4 (Murphy), 422. 6, Philadelphia, Horacek 5 (Tocchet), 1 1 :52. 7, Los Angeles, Krushelnyski 6 (Robinson, Gretzky), 13:00. 8, Los Angeles, Robitaille 31 (Nichoils, Kudelski), 18:41. Third Period 9, Philadelphia, Tocchet 19 (Wells, Samuels-son), 835 (pp). Shots on goal-Philadelphia 9-11-626. Los Angeles 6-17-1033. Power-play Opportunities Philadelphia 1 of 4; Los Angeles 0 of 5. Goalies Philadelphia, Wreg-get, 13-13-1. Los Angeles, Hrudey (15-10-3), Gosselin. A 16,005. NHL-USSR Series ALL TIMES MST Monday, Dec. 4 Khimik Voskresensk 6, Los Angeles 3 Wednesday, Dec. 6 Edmonton 6, Khimik Voskresensk 2 Friday, Dec. 8 Calgary 6, Khimik Voskresensk 3 Monday, Dec. 11 Khimik Voskresensk 4, Detroit 2 Tuesday, Dec. 12 Washington 5, Khimik Voskresensk 2 Thursday, Dec. 14 Khimik Voskresensk 6, St. Louis 3 Tuesday, Dec. 26 N.Y. Islanders 5. Soviet Wings 4 Wednesday, Dec. 27 Hartford 4, Soviet Wings 3, OT Winnipeg 4, Soviet Red Army 1 Friday, Dec. 29 Moscow Dynamo 5, Pittsburgh 2 Soviet Red Army 6, Vancouver 0 Sunday, Dec. 31 Moscow Dynamo 7, Toronto 4 Soviet Wings 4, Quebec 4, tie Monday, Jan. 1 Soviet Wings at N Y. Rangers, 11:35 a.m. Tuesday, Jan. 2 Soviet Red Army at Minnesota, 635 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 3 Soviet Wings at Montreal. 535 p.m. Moscow Dynamo at Buffalo, 5:35 p.m. Saturday, Jan. 6 Moscow Dynamo at New Jersey, 5:45 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 7 Soviet Red Army at Chicago, 6 35 p.m. Tuesday, Jan. 9 Moscow Dynamo at Boston, 5:35 p.m. Soviet Red Amy at Philadelphia, 535 p.m m NBA Standings ALL TIMES MST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB New York 20 7 .741 Boston 17 11 .607 3'4 Philadelphia 15 13 .536 5v Washington 12 16 .429 8V4 New Jersey 8 20 .286 2V Miami 7 23 233 14 Central Division Chicago 19 9 679 Indiana 19 9 .679 Detroit 18 11 621 Vi Atlanta 16 11 .593 2V Milwaukee 15 13 .536 4 Cleveland 11 16 .407 ri Orlando 9 20 310 10'4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pel GB San Antonio 19 7 .731 Utah 19 9 .679 1 Denver 19 10 .655 Hi Dallas 15 13 .536 5 Houston 12 18 .400 9 Charlotte 6 20 .231 13 Minnesota 6 23 .207 Wt Pacific Division LA. Lakers 21 6 .778 Portland 19 10 .655 3 Seattle 13 13 .500 ' 7Vi Phoenix 12 13 .480 8 L A. Clippers 10 16 .385 104 Golden State 10 17 .370 11 Sacramento 7 20 .259 14 Saturday's Games New York 113. Orlando 107 Utah 117, Miami 98 Charlotte 111, Houston 92 Cleveland 110, Phoenix 102 Indiana 105. Atlanta 98 Chicago 117, Washington 112, OT Detroit 117, New Jersey 106 Dallas 116. Denver 109, OT Milwaukee 109. Minnesota 99 Philadelphia 100, L A. Clippers 95 Sunday's Games No games scheduled Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games New Jersey at Washington, 530 p m. Detroit at Orlando. 5:30 p m. Milwaukee at Atlanta. 5.30 p.m. Phoenix at New York. 6 p m L.A. Clippers at Minnesota. 6 pm. Indiana at Dallas, 6 30 p m. Utah at Golden State. 830 p.m. Miami at Portland, 830 p m. Wednesday's Games Washington at Boston. 5 30 p m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 530 p.m. Chicago at Cleveland. 530 p.m. L A. Clippers at Detroit. 5 30 p.m. Indiana at Houston, 830 p.m. Philadelphia at San Antonio, 6.30 pm. Utah at Seattle, 8 p.m. Denver at L A Lakers 830 p m NBA Summaries SATURDAY'S GAMES BUCKS 109, TIMBERWOLVES 99 MINNESOTA: Campbell 8-20 7-9 23, Cortn 2- 7 1-2 5, Mitchell 12-19 4-5 28. Lowe 1-2 0-0 2, Richardson 1-70-02. Murphy 7-1 0 43-5 1 8, Roth 5-1 1 6 8 17. Lohaus 1-4 2-2 4, West 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-60 24-31 99. MILWAUKEE: Grayer 6-10 1-1 13. Roberts 3- 8 0-0 6, Sikma 8-17 5-5 23. Humphries 3-8 9-1115. Robertson 7-115-61 9. Brown 0-5 0-0 0, Pressey 4-11 7-8 16. Breuer 4-8 1-2 9, Komet 1-1 0-0 2. Anderson 3-5 0-1 6. Totals 3942 28-34 109. Minnesota 20 28 28 2J- 99 Milwaukee 35 25 23 26109 3-polnt goals Minnesota 1-3 (Roth 1-1, Richardson 0-1, Campbell 0-1), Milwaukee 34 (Sikma 2-4, Pressey 1-1, Grayer 0-1). Fouled out Sikma. Rebounds Minnesota 47 (Mur- Alma Mater Florida three successful seasons with the Tampa Bay Bandits of the USFL. He became head coach at Duke in 1987. Arnsparger said Spurrier will begin recruiting immediately. WOMENS BASKETBALL: Lady Hardmon scored a career-high 22 points to lead No. 3 Georgia over No. 20 South Carolina 76-64 on Saturday for the Super Shootout championship at Hilton Head Island. Georgia (9-0) went on a 13-3 scoring run late in the first half for a 39-29 lead at intermission. South Carolina (4-3) drew as close as 41-33 with 17:09 left but the Bulldogs kept the pressure on, leading by 15 on three occasions. No. 4 Iowa (8-2) routed North Carolina (7-3) 106-81 for third place in the tournament. Hardmon was named the tournament's most valuable player. The victory enabled Iowa coach C. Vivian Stringer to become the fifth women's basketball coach in Division I to win 400 games. She has a 400-90 SCOREBOARD Journal Sportsline ihy 12), Milwaukee 52 (Sikma 8). Assists mnesota 23 (Richardson 7), Milwaukee 24 (Humphries 9). Total fouls Minnesota 26, Milwaukee 25. Technicals Minnesota coach Musselman, Milwaukee coach Harris. A 17,924. 76ERS 100, CLIPPERS 95 PHILADELPHIA: Mahorn 3-6 2-2 8, Barkley 10-15 8-10 28, Gminski 3-11 1-2 7, Hawkins 7-16 4-4 18, Dawkins 4-8 6-6 14, Anderson 5-14 3-4 13, D.Smith 3-6 3-4 9, Thornton 0-0 0-0 0, Brooks 1-2 1-1 3. Totals 36-78 28-33 100. . L.A. CLIPPERS: C.Smith 8-15 1-1 17, Norman 0-1 0-0 0, Beniamin 7-9 0-014, Harper 10- 20 7-9 29, Grant 9-21 4-5 22, Manning 2-7 3-4 7, Garrick 1 -3 0-0 2, Wolf 2-4 0-0 4, Young 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 39-80 15-19 95. Philadelphia 25 22 29 24100 LA Clippers 23 22 24 26 95 3-point goals Philadelphia 0-3 (Hawkins 0-1 , Dawkins 0-1 , Brooks 0-1 ), Los Angeles 2-6 (Harper 2-5, Grant 0-1). Fouled out none. Rebounds Philadelphia 51 (Barkley. Gminski 15), Los Angeles 41 (Benjamin 12). Assists Philadelphia 26 (Dawkins 10), Los Angeles 22 (Grant 13). Total fouls Philadelphia 19. Los Angeles 23. Technicals Los Angeles illegal defense 3. A 14,559. WAC Standings ALL TIMES MST Conference All Games W L Pet. W L Pet Hawaii 0 0 .000 11 2 .846 Colorado St. 0 0 .000 10 2 .833 Bngham Young 0 0 .000 9 2 .818 New Mexico 0 0 .000 8 4 .667 Texas-El Paso 0 0 .000 7 4 .636 Utah 0 0 .000 7 4 .636 Wyoming 0 0 .000 7 4 .636 San Diego St. 0 0 .000 8 5 .615 Air Force 0 0 .000 5 5 .500 SATURDAY, DEC. 30 New Mexico 96, Towson St. 68 San Diego St. 70, Central Connecticut 60 Utah 78, St. Peter's 60 Coca-Cola Classic Third Place St. Bonaventure 79, Air Force 63 Cowboy Shootout Championship Wyoming 69, Fullerton St. 51 Mile High Classic Championship Colorado State 77, Massachusetts 51 Rainbow Classic Duke 87, Hawaii 75 TUESDAY'S GAME Air Force at Portland THURSDAY'S GAMES Wyoming at New Mexico, 7:35 p.m. Colorado St. at Texas-El Paso. 735 p.m. Utah at San Diego St., 8:35 p m. Bngham Young at Hawaii, 11:35 p.m. SATURDAY, JAN. 6 Colorado St. at New Mexico, 3:05 p.m. Wyoming at Texas-El Paso, 735 p.m. Bngham Young at San Diego St., 835 p.m. Utah at Hawaii, 1 1 35 p.m. Missoun-Kansas City at Air Force, 735 p m. WAC Summaries SATURDAY'S GAMES Rainbow Classic Championship No. 13 DUKE 87, HAWAII 75 DUKE: Laettner 3-10 6-7 12, Brickey 4-9 11- 14 19. Abdelnaby 7-12 4-4 18. Hurley 4-12 5-8 13, Henderson 7-14 5-5 19. McCaffrey 0-1 2-2 2, Koubek 1-3 0-0 2. Davis 0-0 2-2 2 Buckley 0-1 04 0. Totals 26-62 35-42 87. HAWAII: Houston 2-11 2-5 6. Smalls 3-5 3-5 9. Beaubrun 7-10 2-2 16. Gaines 9-22 7-7 26, Bowe 5-113-314. Robinson 0-1 0-0 0, Hudson 0- 1 0-0 0, Lott 2-5 0-0 4, McGuire 0-4 0-0 0 Totals 28-70 17-22 75. Hatftime Duke 48, Hawaii 39. 3-point goals Ouke 0-4 (Hurley 0-1, Laettner 0-1, Henderson 0-2), Hawaii 2-9 (Bowe 1-3. Gaines 1- 5. Houston 0-1). Fouled out Bowe, Smalls, Beaubrun. Rebounds Ouke 41 (Abdelnaoy 10), Hawaii 40 (Beaubrun 10). Assists Duke 9 (Hurley 4), Hawaii 16 (Gaines 5). Total fouls Ouke 21, Hawaii 28. A 7,575. Mile High Classic Championship COLORADO ST. 77, MASSACHUSETTS 51 MASSACHUSETTS: Barbee 3-9 0-0 8 Williams 3-10 1-1 7, Tate 0-4 0-0 0. Here' 0-3 0-0 0. McCoy 7-14 4-4 18. Giles 4-12 2-2 12 Bailev 0-0 0-0 Q Melon (Wl run n AnW nji 0-0 0, Byrnes 0-3 0-0 0, Herndon 2-8 0-0 4 Pace M 0-O2. Totals 20-64 7-7 51. COLORADO ST.: Mitchell 9-14 4-6 23 Anderson 7-9 7-7 21, Fnehauf 3-7 0-0 6 Meredith 2-4 0-1 5, Tryon 2-4 0-0 4, Polk 0-1 0- 0 0, Wilson 2-3 00 5, Jordan 1-3 3-7 5 Molyneaux 1-1 2-2 4, Hines 0-2 0-0 0 Sharp 1- 1 2 2 4. Totals 28-49 18-25 77. Halftime Colorado Si. 50, Massachusetts 31. J-poInt goals Massachusetts 4-18 (Bar-bee 2-fl, Herer 0-1, McCoy 0-1, Giles 2-7 Byrnes 0-3), Colorado St. 3-13 (Mitchell 1-3! Anderson 0-1, Meredith 1-3, Tryon 0-2, Wilson 1- 2, Hines 0-2). Fouled out none Rebounds Massachusetts 31 (Williams Herndon 6), Colorado St. 38 (Fnehauf 7). Assists Massachusetts 8 (Herer 4), Colorado St. 19 (Anderson, Meredith 5). Total fouls Massachusetts 20, Colorado St. n, A-9,192. Cowboy Shootout Championship WYOMING 69, FULLERTON ST. 81 FULLERTON ST.: Sykes 0-00-00, Caldwell 2- 7 O-O 5, Parada 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 1-8 0-0 3 Hart 0-0 0-0 0, Vaughn 1-3 OO 2, Anderson 0-0 0-0 0, Crane 0-2 0-0 0. Bowen 0-0 0-0 0 Cebaltos 7-17 4-6 18, Whilhite 0-2 0-0 0 Ward 2- 7 0-0 4, Hill 6-21 3-4 19, Moody 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 19-69 7-10 51. WYOMING: Mclntyre 04 04 0, Henry 0-1 0-1 0, Bamett 04 04 0, Smith 4-12 6-8 15, Gleich 04 04 0, Mayberry 1-1 04 2, Rewers 0-1 1-2 I.Butler 2-3 04 4, Higgins 5-10 4-5 14 Brown 0-1 04 0, Page 04 04 0, Breaux 5-12 3- 5 15, Tyson 04 04 0, Slater 4-8 10-11 18 Bean 0-0 04 0. Totals 21-49 24-32 69. Hatftime Wyoming 35, Fullerton 31. 3-polnt goals Fullerton 6-24 (Caidwell 1-2, Williams 1-2. Vaugn 24. Crane 24, Cebaltos 3-4. Hill 4-13). Wyoming 3-6 (Smith 1-1 , Breaux 2-5). Fouled out Ward Rebounds Fullerton St. (Cebaltos 14), Wyoming (Slater 17). Assists Fullerton (Williams 7), Wyoming lomwi.j. low iouis ruiierton 26, Wyoming Big West Standings i w. n"n,ji ALL TIMES MST Conference All Games W L Pet W L Pet Nev Las Vegas 2 0 1 000 7 2 .778 Cai-irwie 0 0 .000 2 7 .222 Cal-Santa Brbr 0 0 000 6 2 .750 Fresno St 0 0 .000 5 4 .556 Fullerton St 0 0 000 6 3 .667 New Mexico St 0 0 .000 9 1 .900 San Jose St 0 0 .000 3 t .333 Utah St 0 0 000 6 5 .545 Long Beach St 0 1 000 8 2 .800 Pacific 0 1 .000 7 3 .700 SATURDAY, DEC. 30 Nevada-Las Vegas 101, Arkansas 93 Utah St 64. Weoer State 62 Fresno St. 69, Hotstrs 48 Cowboy Shootout Championship Wyoming 69. Fullerton St. 51 Cutlasa Classic Third Piece Ark.-Utle Rock 90. San Jose St. 80 TUESDAY'S GAMES Fresno St. at New Mexico St., 7:30 p.m. Pacific at Long Beach St. San Jose St. at Cal-Santa Barbara Utah St. at Cal-lrvine record in 18 seasons at Iowa and Cheyney. GOLF: Mark Calcavecchia fought off 'challenges by Dave Barr and Bill Glasson to win the Spalding Invitational Pro-Am by two strokes Sunday with a final round of 71. Calcavecchia, who collected $60,000 for his effort, finished the four-day tournament at 10-under 276. Each finisher played three of the four rounds on Desert Highlands in Scottsdale, Ariz. RUNNING: Maria Del Carmen Diaz of Mexico outran about 1,000 other women Sunday to win the 7.8-mile women's St. Silvester footrace in Sao Paulo, Brazil. The 21-year old Mexican finished in 43 minutes, 52 seconds, followed by Aurora Cunha of Portugal in 44:07. MISCELLANY: Bedford S. Wynne, co-founder of the Dallas Cowboys, died of a heart attack Saturday. He was 66. Wynne and Clint Murchison were awarded a NFL expansion franchise on 24 hours a day ... 821 WEDNESDAY'S GAME Fullerton St. at Nevada-Las Vegas THURSDAY'S GAMES Pacific at New Mexico St., 7:30 p.m. Fresno St. at Long Beach St. San Jose St. at CaMrvine Utah St. at Cal-Santa Barbara SATURDAY, JAN. 6 Fullerton St. at Utah St. Nevada-Las Vegas at San Jose St. SUNDAY, JAN. 7 Cal-Santa Barbara at Pacific (ESPN) Cal-lrvine at Fresno St. MONDAY, JAN. 8 Nevada-Las Vegas at New Mexico St., 10 p m. (ESPN) How Top 25 Fared How the Associated Press' Top 25 teams fared for the week ending Dec. 31 : 1. Syracuse (94) beat Lafayette 85-64. 2. Kansas (13-0) beat Texas-Pan American 103-83; beat Stanford 83-61. 3. Georgetown (9-0) beat Northern Iowa 83-49. 4. Illinois (104) beat Grambling State 97-73; beat No. 15 Memphis State 83-71. 5. Michigan (10-1) beat Northern Michigan 102-74: beat Eastern Michigan 107-83. 6. Oklahoma (84) beat James Madison 142-109; beat North Texas 147-94; beat Tulsa 99-78. 7. Missouri (11-1) beat No. 15 Memphis State 7145; beat Kearney State 119-88. 8. Louisville (9-1) beat Kentucky 86-79. 9. LSU (6-1) beat Hardin-Simmons 100-66. 10. Indiana (104) beat Wichita State 75-54; beat Texas A&M 94-66. 11. Arkansas (8-2) beat Delaware State 117-75; lost to No. 12 UNLV 101-93. 12 UNLV (7-2) beat Long Beach State 78-58; beat No. 11 Arkanas 101-93. 13. Duke (8-2) beat Drake 101-77; beat Cincinnati 95-83; beat Hawaii 87-75. 14 Georgia Tech (84) beat Morehead State 98-76; beat Pittsburgh 111-92. 15. Memphis State (7-3) lost to No. 7 Missouri 71-65; beat Ball State 76-73, OT; lost to No. 4 Illinois 83-71. 16. UCLA (8-1) beat Fresno State 74-65; beat East Tennessee State 115-66. 17. SI. John's (11-2) beat Howard U. 77-65; beat Davidson 83-65. 18. Iowa (8-1) beat Monmouth, N.J. 55-46. 19. North Carolina State (9-2) beat Florida State 90-72; beat Seton Hall 65-62. 20. La Salle (74) beat Ohio State 74-62; beat Florida 76-69. 21. Anzona (5-2) beat Penn State 74-55; beat Purdue 85-66. 22. Alabama (9-2) beat lona 78-39; beat Santa Clara 64-48. 23. Oregon State (9-2) beat Boston U. 86-66; beat Louisiana Tech 82-81; beat Oregon 71-63. 24. North Carolina (8-5) beat Kentucky 121-110; tost to Colorado State 78-67; beat Colorado 106-101. 25 Minnesota (8-1) beat Youngstown State 97-57. Top 25 Summaries SATURDAY'S GAMES All-College Tournament Championship No. 6 OKLAHOMA 99, TULSA 78 TULSA: Scott 5-9 34 13, Randolph 4-7 1-3 9. Hines 1-4 04 2. Shields 2-5 04 6, Gordon 10-16 2-3 23. Henderson 2-2 04 4, Giorgi 1-5 2-2 5, Loyd 4-6 04 11, Dawkins 2-7 1-3 5, Ludwig 04 04 0. Totals 3141 9-17 78. OKLAHOMA: Patterson 7-11 0-2 14, Davis 61 1 8-10 20, Martin 10-18 7-10 27, Evans 2-4 4-7 10, Henry 5-8 8-8 19, McCovery 14 7-109. Jones 0-4 04 0. Holmes 0-1 04 0, Mullins 0-1 04 0 ToUls 31-64 34-47 99. Halftime Oklahoma 50, Tulsa 40. 3-point goals Tulsa 7-15 (Loyd 3-3, Shields 2-4, Gordon 1-2. Giorgi 1-4, Hines 0-1. Dawkins 0-1). Oklahoma 3-9 (Evans 2-3, Henry 1-2, McCovery 0-1, Patterson 0-1. Jones 0-2). Fouled out Shields. Rebounds Tulsa 37 (Randolph 9), Oklahoma 37 (Davis 10). Assists Tulsa 13 (Shields 4), Oklahoma 18 (Henry 5). Total fouls Tulsa 30, Oklahoma 22. Technical Scott, Tulsa bench 2. A 14,005. Cable Car Classic Championship No. 22 ALABAMA 64, SANTA CLARA 48 ALABAMA: Cheatum 8-114-4 20, Horry 2-5 2- 2 6, Benoit 3-6 2-2 8, Waites 2-4 04 4, Lancaster 0-2 04 0, Askins 6-9 1-2 17, Rice 0- 1 04 0, Brown 04 04 0, Sanders 3-9 0-2 7, Rch 04 04 0. Campbell 0-2 04 0, Lawrence 04 04 0, Webb 1-1 04 2. Totals 25-50 9-12 64. SANTA CLARA: Taylor 1-3 1-2 3, Becker 6-11 04 12, Reis 5-7 1-2 11, Chinn 0-5 04 0, Phillips 1-8 04 2, Brown 0-1 04 0, Woods 2-5 3- 3 8, Mahoney 0-0 04 0, Paulson 3-7 2-2 10, Veiling 04 04 0. Fitzwilson 04 0-1 0, Larsen 1- 1 0-0 2. Totals 19-48 7-10 48. Halftime Alabama 24, Santa Clara 20. 3-point goals Alabama 5-17 (Askins 4-7, Sanders 1-4, Rice 0-1. Waites 0-1, Horry 0-2, Benoit 0-2), Santa Clara 3-18 (Paulson 24, Woods 1-2. Phillips 0-5. Chmn 0-4, Taylor 0-1). Fouled nut none. Rebounds Alabama 24 (Benoit 7), Santa Clara 32 (Reis 15). Assists Alabama 18 (Waites 5), Santa Clara 8 (Chinn 4). Total fouls Alabama 15, Santa Clara 15. A-3,700. Far West Classic Championship No. 23 OREGON ST. 71, OREGON 68 OREGON: Reynolds 4-10 5-8 13, Dunn 2-2 0-1 4, Lucas 2-3 44 8, Brandon 7-12 4-4 21, Mixon 3-8 1-29. Johnson 2-20-1 4, Fife 1 -1 04 2. Helms 2-2 2-2 7, Ranniger 0-1 04 0. Totals 23-41 16-22 68. OREGON ST.: Alibegovic 4-9 2-2 10. Martin 3-7 0-2 6. Haskm 3-3 0-1 6, Payton 11-19 44 30, Braniley 5-6 04 10, Mcintosh 04 04 0, Celestine 4-50-18, Anderson 04 1 -2 1 . Total 30-49 7-14 71. Halftime Oregon St. 38, Oregon 31. J-polnt goals Oregon 6-14 (Brandon 3-5, Mixon 24. Helms 1-1, Ranniger 0-1, Reynolds 0-1), Oregon St. 4-12 (Payton 4 8. Alibegovic 0-1, Celestine 0-1. Martin 0-2). Fouled out-Reynolds Rebounds Oregon 26 (Lucas 7), Oregon St 22 (Martin 5). Assists Oregon 11 (Brandon 5). Oregon St. 21 (Payton 13). Total touis uregon ie, uregon St. 18. A 12,105. Women's Top 25 Fared How the Associated Press' Top 25 women s teams fared for the week ending Dec. 31: 1. Louisiana Tech (84) did not play 2. Stanford (84) beat Michigan 105-58 beat No. 23 Providence 8944 3. Georgia (94) beat North Carolina 8349; beat No. 20 South Carolina 7644. 4. Iowa 18-2) lost to No. 20 South Carolina 83-76; beat North Carolina 106-81. 5. Texas (6-1) beat Colorado 9047. 6 Long Beach St. (7-2) beat No. 24 St. Josephs 88-71 ; lost to No. 14 Maryland 65-50. 7. Tennessee (7-3) did not play. 8. N. Carolina St. (8-1) beat California 100-68; beat Fairfield 85-70. 9 Nev -Las Vegas (8-1) beat Oregon St. 6fr57. 10 Virginia (10-1) beat No. 13 AuDurn61-59; beat Rutgers 72-71, OT. 1 1 Purdue (7-2) beat New Mexico St. 77-62; beat Wake Forest 78-58. 1 2 Washington (9-1 ) beat Brown 70-55; beat South Alabama 94-68. beat Miami, Fla. 85-68. 13. Auburn (8-4) lost to No. 10 Virginia 61-59. beat Southern Cal 71-55, beat Fordham 76-38 14. Maryland (8-2) beat Md.-Baltimore Court- t - 1800 5 la n (nss a i ma COLLEGE FOOTBALL - Hall of Fame Bowl, Auburn vs. Ohio State (Ch. 4) 11 a.m.; Florida Citrus Bowl, Illinois vs. Virginia (Ch. 7) 11:30 a.m.; Cotton Bowl, Arkansas vs. Tennessee (Ch. 13) 12:30 p.m.; Fiesta Bowl, Florida State vs. Nebraska (Ch. 4) 2:30 p.m.; Rose Bowl, Michigan vs. Southern California (Ch. 7) 2:45 p.m.; Orange Bowl, Colorado vs. Notre Dame (Ch. 4) 6 p.m.; Sugar Bowl, Alabama vs. Miami, Fla. (Ch. 7) 6:30 p.m. SpOrtS 011 Radio toil Stations and Networks May Make Lite Changes COLLEGE FOOTBALL - Rose Bowl, Michigan vs. Southern California, KQEO (920) 2:40 p.m.; Fiesta Bowl, Florida State vs. Nebraska, K0B (770) 2:40 p.m.; Orange Bowl, Colorado vs. Notre Dame, KOB (770) 5:40 p.m.; Sugar Bowl, Alabama vs. Miami, Fla., KQEO (920) 6:10 p.m.; ty 95-39; beat No. 6 Long Beach St. 65-50. 15. Stephen F. Austin (6-1) did not play. 16. Louisiana St. (9-1) beat Texas Chnstian 8841. 17. Vanderbilt (10-2) lost to California 72-70. 18. Hawaii (74) did not play. 19. Tennessee Tech (5-2) did not play. 20. South Carolina (4-3) beat No. 4 Iowa 83-76; lost to No. 3 Georgia 7644. 21. S. Mississippi (8-1) did not play. 22. Old Dominion (8-3) beat George Washington 84-63, beat UCLA 6844. 23. Providence (7-2) beat No. 25 DePaul 106-92; lost to No. 2 Stanford 89-64. 24. St. Joseph's (4-3) lost to No. 8 Long Beach St. 88-71; beat Md.-Baltimore County 91-55. 25. DePaul (5-4) lost to No. 23 Providence 106-92; beat E. Michigan 83-68. High Country Standings Conf. Overall 0-0 9-1 0-0 7-5 0-0 5-4 0-0 5-5 Wyoming New Mexico St. Colorado State Utah Creighton 0-0 4-7 0-0 4-7 Bngham Young SATURDAY, DEC. 30 Colorado 91, Colorado St 58 Cougar Holiday Classic Bngham Young 108, Oklahoma 77 Clemson 80, Montana St. 53 Third Place New Mexico St 66, Rhode Island 59 Championship Purdue 78. Wake Forest 58 TUESDAY'S GAMES New Mexico St at Idaho Colorado St. at Santa Clara Hastings College at Wyoming Montana St. at Utah Spalding Pro-Am SCOTTSDALE, Anz. (AP) Final scores and pnze money after Sunday's last round of the Spalding invitational Pro-Am, played over the par-72 Desert Highlands course (the first three rounds were played over three courses two with a par of 72 and one with a par of 70): Mark Calcavcch. $60,000 69-6947-71276 Dave Barr, $26-300 71 -734846278 Bill Glasson. S26.300 69-7247-70278 David Edwards. $8,250 68-72-7049-279 Steve Pate. $8,250 7345-71-71-280 Bob Ford, $8,250 7245-73-70-280 Bill Malley. $6,500 71-73-7048-282 Bnan Mogg. $5,750 70-7348-72-283 Colleen Walker, $5,750 65-73-73-72283 John Adams. $4,150 72-74-70-68284 Ronnie Black, (4,150 70-71-74-69-284 Kennie Knox, $4.1 50 68-72-72-72-284 GaryMcCord,$4.150 7049-73-72284 Loren Roberts, $4,150 764748-73-284 1 Sunday's Results MEN'S BASKETBALL Marquette 75, Morgan St. 51 Toledo 90, Miss. Valley St. 53 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL Georgia Tech 94, Tn -Chattanooga 82 Montana 76, Portland St. 60 Saturday's Results MEN'S BASKETBALL EAST Canisius 82, Detroit 69 Fairfield 62, Goruaga 60 Fairleigh Dickinson 85, Rider 80 George Washington 87, George Mason 74 Harttord 87, Harvard 79 Lafayette 75, Army 65 New Haven 80, St. Michael's 75 Providence 77, N.C.-Asheville 63 Robert Morris 73. Maine 37 SOUTH Augusta 75, Georgia St. 67 DePaul 91, Fla. International 67 Evansville 64, Samford 51 Florida Southern 81, Nebraska-Omaha 76, OT Furman 85. S. Carolina St. 79 LSU 100, Hardin-Simmons 66 Louisville 86, Kentucky 79 Maryland 110, Alcorn St 91 Montevalk) 86. Xavier. NO 71 Ohio U. 79. Fordham 73 Od Dominion 85. James Madison 81 Tennessee 83. Washington St. 82 Texas 102. Stetson 82 Yale 93, Cent. Florida 81, OT MIDWEST Akron 60, Ashland 59 Chadron St. 108. Western St .Colo. 82 Cleveland St. 104, SW Louisiana 96 Dayton 98. Bradley 61 Iowa 55, Monmouth, NJ. 46 Michigan 107, E. Michigan 83 Minnesota 97, Youngstown St. 57 Missoun 119, Kearney St. 88 Nebraska 88. Wagner 67 Notre Dame 97, Butler 65 Southern U 81, Chicago St. 73 St. Louis 79, Indiana St. 60 Wis -Green Bay 60, N. Illinois 56 Xavier, Ohio 88. Bowling Green 73 SOUTHWEST Baylor 97, Prame View 67 Mississippi 96, Sam Houston St. 70 Southern Meth. 65, Tulane 62 Texas Chnstian 77, East Carolina 55 Texas Tech 79. NW Louisiana 67 Wayland Baptist 79, E Texas St 69 FAR WEST Fresno St 69, Hotstra 48 Idaho 93, Brooklyn Col. 62 Kent St 63, Boise St 49 Loyola Manmount 122, Niagara 87 Montana 51, Wis.-LaCrosse 42 I THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Anette Hand-Peters of the United States wins at Ekiden International at the Olympic Stadium in Barcelona, Spain on Sunday. Jan. 26, 1960. He served as director and secretary to the Cowboys during the 1960s. . . . Gloria Laoie, wife of Detroit Tigers' General Manager Bill Lajoie, died Saturday after a long bout with cancer, in Grosse Pointe, Mich. Monday, January 1, 1990 wi i Television Local Stations and Network! May Make Late Changes Nev.-Las Vegas 101. Arkansas 93 Nevada-Reno 83, Richmond 71 New Mexico 96, Towson St 68 S. Utah 90, Idaho St. 88 San Diego 85, Columbia 58 San Diego St. 70, Cent. Connecticut St. 60 Southern Cal 99, N. Arizona 72 Utah 78, St. Peter's 60 Utah St. 64, Weber St. 62 TOURNAMENTS All-College Tournament Championship Oklahoma 99, Tulsa 78 Third Place Arkansas St. 77, North Texas 66 BMA Holiday Classic Championship Kansas 83, Stanford 61 Third Place Texas-Pan Amencan 60, Mo.-Kansas City 53 Cable Car Classic Championship Alabama 64, Santa Clara 48 Third Place lona 52, Penn 49 Coca-Cola Classic Championship S. Illinois 95, Tn.-Chattanooga 78 Third Place St. Bonaventure 79, Air Force 63 Connecticut Mutual Classic Championship Connecticut 84, Mississippi St. 68 Third Place Delaware 68, St. Joseph s 50 Cowboy Shootout Championship Wyoming 69, Fullerton St. 51 Third Place NE Louisiana 81, Middle Tenn. 70 Cutlass Classic Championship Michigan St. 51, Pnnceton 49 Third Place Ark -Little Rock 90, San Jose St 80 Far West Classic Championship Oregon St. 71 , Oregon 68 Third Place Louisiana Tech 90. Illinois St. 69 Fifth Place N.C. Charlotte 88, Boston U. 83, 20T Seventh Place Pepperdine 105, Northeastern 79 Fiesta Bowl Classic Championship Arizona 85, Purdue 66 Third Place Penn St. 67, Wake Forest 63 Lamar Invitational Championship Murray St. 88, Lamar 81 Third Place Texas-San Antonio 94. Stephen F.Austin 81 MVP Holiday Classic Championship N.C.-Wilmington 66. Texas-Arlington 64, OT Third Place Toledo 88. Duquesne 77 Mile High Classic Championship Colorado St. 77. Massachusetts 51 Third Place North Carolina 106, Colorado 101 Music City Invitational Championship Vanderbilt 81, Northwestern 80 Third Place Alaska-Anchorage 91, William 1 Mary 85 Old Style Classic Championship Illinois 83, Memphis St. 71 Third Place Ball St. 79, Grambling St. 56 Rainbow Classic Championship Duke 87, Hawaii 75 Third Place Cincinnati 79, Rutgers 71 Fifth Place Creighton 89, Virginia Tech 84 Seventh Place Drake 73. San Francisco 59 UAB Classic Championship Ala -Birmingham 118, Alabama St. 85 Third Place Rice 57, New Hampshire 52 EXHIBITION Iowa St. 87, Marathon Oil 74 WOMEN'S BASKETBALL California 72, Vanderbilt 70 DePaul 83, E. Michigan 68 Florida St. 77, Appalachian St. 62 Houston 63, Lamar 56 Idaho St, 69, Loyola Manmount 62 Illinois St. 71, Michigan St. 55 Kansas 74, Bowling Green 63 Kentucky 88, Dayton 58 Nebraska 67, Drake 64 Nev.-Las Vegas 68, Oregon St. 57 North Texas 74, Baylor 62 Penn St. 93, Ohio St. 78 TOURNAMENTS Cougar Holiday Clastic Championship Clemson 80, Montana St. 53 Third Place Bngham Young 108, Oklahoma 77 Dole Pineapple Classic Third Place Boston College 97, Cornell 65 Lady Hatter Classic Championship Maine 86, Stetson 78. OT Third Place Holy Cross 84, Xavier. Ohio 72 Purdue Classic Championship Purdue 78, Wake Forest 58 Third Place New Mexico St. 66, Rhode Island 59 Rev. Cahill Tournament Championship St. John's 70, Fresno St. 59 Third Place Howard 82, Northeastern 75 Super Shootout Third Place Iowa 106, North Carolina 81 USF Holiday Classic Second Round Syracuse 63, Rice 45 Indiana 62, South Florida 60 BOYS BASKETBALL Copper Country Classic Championship Alianza, Juarez 85, Carlsbad 82 Third Place Silver 58, Bayard Cobre 43 Fifth Place Juarez Tech 54, Monarty 34 Seventh Place Ruidoso 61 . Douglas 55 Hobbs Holiday Classic Championship Plainview, Texas 73. Hobbs 72 NOTE: Santa Fe deleated El Paso Irvin lor third place. GIRLS BASKETBALL Seminole Tournament Fifth Place Hobbs 67, Andrews, Texas 47 i I hhL4baMSdeadiMs4taA&k4tfsjMBeMSMe.MBftdSNbM 4&4MLMutfS.4isNL4eMSMiNWeew

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