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ETC How Top 10 Fared By The AuoclitM Pr«j ' stal * wedne " I' J*™" 1 " state ('•«) "K«l Kent Slate 74.57,- n. '"" ""*' Clnc ' n " a "' No. 5, DePaul <«-i) «i western Michigan, Wednesday; w. Northwestern, Saturday. No. 6, Southern Methodist (7-u) Mat Campbell »n.7o; vs. North Texas State, Wednesday; vs. Oklahoma at Honolulu, Saturday. No. 7, Washington (4-0) vs. Boise State, Thursday; at Brigham Young, Saturday. No. 6, St. John's (J-l) vs. UCLA. Saturday. No. f, Syracuse (5-0) vs. Utlca, Saturday. No. 10, North Carolina (Ml) vs. Wichita State at Tokyo, Japan, Friday; vs. Arliona State at Tokyo, Japan, Sunday. PGA Tour Qualifying Scores LA OUINTA, Calif. (AP) - Final scons In the PCA Tour qualifying tournament (or the IMS Tour. The following players earned their PGA Tour Player's Paul Azingr $15,000 69-71-69-70-67-72—418 Tom Sckmnn 58,250 72-70-69-69.«7-72 — 419 Phil Blackmr $8,25049-72-70-66-70-72—419 Mark Wiebe $6,250 70-73-73-86-72-71-425 Skeeter Heth $5,000 72-71-70-72-70-71—424 Wayne Grdy $3,750 73-69-72-71-69-73—427 Steve Pate 13,500 67-o9-68-74-75-75-428 Dennis Trixlr S2,64070-71-71-78-70-49—429 Brad Fabel $2,640 67-69-72-76-71-74—429 Bill Bergin 12,640 70-75-70-70-72-72—429 Robert Wrnn J2.640 71-72-70-69-71-76—429 Mick SOU 42,640 70-72-71-72-70-74—429 Ken Green $1,925 73-72-73-70-70-72—430 Chris Perry J1,92S 73-70-67-73-71-76—430 Mike Bright $1,925 71-72-75-73-67-72—430 Mike Hulbert $1,47569-73-72-70-72-75—431 Andrew Mag $1,47574-72-71-73-66-73—431 Greg Twlggs Jl,475 70-77-70-70-73-71—431 Jeff Hart $1,475 73-70-67-74-74-73-431 Tom Lehman $1,47572-71-72-70-72-74—431 David Frost $1,475 73-74-74-69-73-68—431 Ernie Gonzlz $1,15074-76-68-67-78-69—432 •Jeff Sluman $),100 74-74-69-70-74-72—433 Ron Commans $954 69-75-70-73-75-72—434 Jeff Sanders $954 70-71-74-75-71-73—434 Gordon Johnsn $954 71-74-71-71-70-77—434 Bob Tway $954 49-73-70-70-75-71—434 Kenny Knox $954 73-71 72-70-70-78—434 Steven Jones $954 72-69-72-71-74-76—434 Jay Delsing $954 67-72-72-74-75-74—434 Steven Bowmn $736 68-69-73-70-82-73—435 Terry Sndgrss J736 71-70-72-73-76-73—435 Ivan Smith $736 70-74-69-75-74-73—435 Jeff Coston $736 72-71-75-72-70-75—435 Tom Woodard J736 74-69-72-74-74-72—435 Wody Blckbrn $736 71-73-71-74-73-73—435 Bill Britton $736 71-70-71-73-72-78—435 David There J736 71-74-71-71-73-75—435 Mike Barnbltt $734 74-71-73-74-69-74—435 Bob Lohr $625 71-70-72-70-75-78—436 Steven Uebler $62574-71-71-70-72-78—436 Stuart Smith $625 70-74-69-71-78-74—434 Gary Pinns $625 74-73-71-72-72-74—436 Bill Buttner $625 71-70-72-71-78-74—436 John DeFOrest $62570-72-70-71-75-78—436 Lennle Clmnts $62573-72-74-74-70-78—436 Dave Davis $562 77-72-71-69-75-78—437 Mike Gove $562 74-73-74-74-71-71— 437 Bill Glasson $562 72-72-70-72-77-74—437 Davd Lndstrm $562 75-71-75-71-69-76—437 NFL Piayoffs By The Associated Press Wild Card Games Saturday, Dec 22 LA. Raiders at Seattle Sunday, Dec. 23 N.Y. Giants at L.A. Rams Conference Semifinals Saturday, Dec- 29 L.A. Raiders or Seattle at Miami Chicago or N.Y. Giants at San Francisco Sunday, Dec. 30 Chicago or L.A. Rams at Washington Pittsburgh at Denver Conference Championship Sunday, Jan.6 Times and Sites TBA AFC Semifinal Winners NFC Semifinal Winners Super Bowl Sunday, Jan, 20 At Palo Alto, Calif. AFC Champion vs. NFC Champion SWC Standings Southwest Conference Conference All Games Southern Meth. Baylor Texas Christian Arkansas Texas A&M Houston Texas Texas Tech Rice W L Pet. 0 0 .000 o o .000 o o .000 o o .000 oo .000 o o .000 o o ..ooo 0 0 .000 0 .000 7 0 1.000 6 1 .857 6 I .857 6 1 .857 5 1 .833 5 2 .714 4 2 .667 4 3 .571 3 3 .500 MONDAY—Southern Methodist W, Campbell 70; Texas 83, Missouri Western 66. TUESDAY—Arkansas 74, Texas-San Antonio 67; TCU 58, Campbell 42. WEDNESDAY—Arkansas-Monticello at Rice, North Texas State at SMU. THURSDAY—Minnesota at Arkansas, Campbell at Baylor, Texas at California-Riverside. FRIDAY—Houston at Kettle Classic, Lamar at Rice, TCU at Gator Bowl Invitational, Texas A&M at University of Pacific Classic. SATURDAY-Oral Roberts at Arkansas, Houston at Kettle Classic, SMU at Chamlnade Classic, TCU at Gator Bowl Invitational. Texas A8.M at University of Pacific Classic. College Scoreboard By The Associated Press . EAST American U. 80, Davis & Elklns 54 Harvard 67, Holy Cross 66 Lehman 77, Medgar Evers 65 Michigan St. 68, George Washington 54 New Hampshire Coll. 80, St. Michael's 75 New York Tech 81. Queens 71 Sacred Heart 80, C.W. Post 78, OT Trenton St. 87, Glassboro St. 65 SOUTH Florida State 90, Tenn.-Martln 73 Georgia Tech 81, N. Carolina A&.T 43 Jackson St. 100, Wiley Coll. 84 Missouri-Kansas City 57, Belhaven 45 Montevallo 47. Austin Peay 65, 2OT S. Florida 63. Youngstown St. 56 SE Louisiana 85, Chicago SI. 79 SI. Leo 88, Morehouse 85 Tennessee 86, N.C, Charlotte 76 W. Carolina 57, Gullford 54 MIDWEST Blullton B5. Tiffin 66 Bowling Green 40, Princeton 59 Cent. Michigan 78. Defiance 75, OT Illinois 87, Cincinnati 65 Kearney St. 65, Bellevue 55 Loyola, 111.78, Toledo 64 Morehead St. 81, Cent. St., Ohio 68 Mornlngside 93, Westmar 80 North Central 59, Benedictine, III, 56 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 74, Texas-San Antonio 67 Ark. Little Rock 85, Prairie View AS.M 54 Oklahoma St. 92, Oral Roberts 71 Texas Christian 58, Campbell 42 FAR WEST California 71, Dartmouth 44 Creighton 79, Hawaii 77 E. Montana 57, N. Montana 50 Hawaii.Hllo 59, Occidental 55 III.-Chicago 59, Loyola, Calif. 58 Nev.-Las Vegas 86, Nev. Reno 77 Oregon SI. 64, Santa Clara 62 Regis 86, New Mexico Highlands 63 St. Marys 61. Stanford 56, OT TOURNAMENTS Herald * News First Round Western Baptist 97, Cal-San Diego 82 Oregon Tech 95, George Fox 77 NBA Boston The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE At Unfit Division W L P c 22 3 Philadelphia 19 5 Washington 15 11 New Jersey New York Milwaukee Detroit ChicflQO Allflnta Indiana Cleveland Denver Houston Dallas San Antonio Utah Kansas City L.A. LaKers Phoenix Portland 10 IS 11 17 Centrat Division 1A 11 \4 10 13 14 10 16 7 19 4 19 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 16 9 16 10 12 13 12 U 12 15 8 16 Pacific Division 17 10 15 12 13 13 t . o a .880 .792 .577 .400 .M3 .593 .593 .481 .385 .TOT .174 .640 615 .480 .462 .444 .333 .630 -556 .500 — 2'/j 7V, 12 12Vi — Vj 3 5V* 8 10 — Vj 4 4Va 5 7V, 3 Seattle 13 13 .500 3'/3 L.A. Clippers 13 14 .481 4 Golden State 8 Ifl .308 8'/i Tuvsd*y's Games Boston 126, New York 108 Washlnoton 104, New Jersey 95 L.A. Lakers 117, Atlanta 116 Cleveland 118, San Antonio 110 Indiana 88, Utah 81 Houston 104, Chicago 96 Kansas City 127, Phoenix 116 Milwaukee 110, Dallas 96 Denver 126, Golden State 122, OT Seattle 109, Portland 9? Wednesday's Gamn Milwaukee at Boston Washington at New Jersey San Antonio at Philadelphia L.A. Lakers at Houston Detroit at Denver Seattle at L.A. Clippers Thursday's Games Cleveland at New York Chicago vs. Atlanta at New Orleans Detroit at Utah Kansas City at Portland NFL Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN FOOTBALL. CONFERENCE Quarterbacks ATT COM YDS TO INT Marino, Mia. 544 362 50»< « 17 Eason. N.E- «1 259322823 8 Fouls. S.O, ' 507 317 37« 19 17 Krlco. Sea. «0 27« 3471 32 24 Anderson, Cin. 275 175 2107 10 12 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Montana, S.F. Lomax, St.L. Bartkowskl, All. Theismann, Wash. Dickev, G.B. ATT COM YDS TD INT 432 279 3*30 38 10 560 345 4*14 28 U 2«9 181 2150 11 10 477 283 339) 34 13 401 237 319S 35 19 Jackson, S.D. Allen, Raiders winder. Den pell, BuH. McNeil, Jets Newsome. Clev. StnllworTh, Pitt. Christensen, Raiders l_argent. Sea. Clavton, Mia. Rushers ATT YDS 296 275 296 262 229 Receivers NO YDS 89 80 BO 74 73 AVG LG 1179 1168 1153 1100 1070 AVG 1001 1395 1007 1164 4.0 4.2 3.9 4.2 4.7 LG 11.2 17.4 12.6 15.7 1389 19.0 TD 32 52 24 85 53 TD 52 51 38 65 65 e 13 4 7 5 5 11 7 12 18 Dickerson, Rams Payton, Chi. Wilder, T.B. Rlggs, An. Tyler, S.F. Monk, Wash. Wilder, T.B. Green, Sl.L. J.Jones, Del. House. T.B. Rushers ATT YDS 379 381 407 353 246 Receivers NO YDS 106 85 78 77 76 AVG LG 2105 1684 1S44 1486 1262 AVG 1372 685 1555 662 1005 54 4.4 3.8 4.2 5.1 LG 12.9 8.1 19.9 8.6 13.3 TD 66 72 37 57 40 TD 72 50 83 3? 55 14 11 13 13 7 7 0 12 S t Transactions By The Auociated Prvti BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS—Announced the resignation of Jim Finks, president. Announced That Dallas Green, general manager, will become the club's president. SAN DIEGO PADRES—Named Galen Cisco pit chfng coach. Re hired Harry Dunlop, Deacon Jones, JACK Krol, and Oztie Virgil, assistants coaches. BASKETBALL Nation*I Baikttiull Association NEW JERSEY NETS-~Cut TOIJ» LaGarde and Kevin WcKenns, forwards. Activated Darryl Dawklns, PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Stflned Andrew Toney, quard, to a seven year contract. SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Traded Fred Roberts, for wflrrt, to the Utah Jazi in exchange for a 1*84 second round draft choice. FOOTBALL National Football League MINNESOTA VIKINGS—Named Bud Grant head coach. United States Football Levgue BALTIMORE STARS—Signed Ricky Porter, runn ing back, Joe Gary, defensive end, Lynnard Gross, guard, Glynn Myrick, defensive back. LOS ANGELES EXPRESS Named Jim Hammond head trainer, Craig Levrn, equipment manager, and Herb Vincent assistant public relations director. HOCKEY National Hockey League BOSTON BRUINS—Announced the resignation of Geoff Courtnall, left wing HARTFORD WHALERS—Recalled Ray Ferraro, center, from Binghamton of the American Hockey League. Automobile Special 5 Lines, 5 Days '5.00 Call 785-5538 Tha Porli Nawi. W»d., Doc. 19, 1984 38 SITTING PRETTY — Robbie Bosco, quarterback of number one ranked Brigham Young University, sits on his helmet while he watched his team practice Tuesday in San Diego. BYU meets the University of Michigan Friday in the Holiday Bowl in San Diego. (AP Laserphoto) NFL to control 'franchise free agency' By DAVE GOLDBERG AP Sports Writer NEW YORK — The National Football League, threatened by the near-move of the Philadelphia Eagles following the shifts of two teams in the last three years, has taken the first step to controlling what Commissioner Pete Rozelle calls "franchise free agency." Following an emergency meeting of club owners Tuesday to find ways to help out financially troubled Eagles owner Leonard Tose, Rozelle announced that he was invoking Rule 8.5 of the NFL by-laws authorizing the commissioner "to establish procedures and policies" to regulate the movement of franchises. Rozelle declined to be specific about the procedures, which he said had been drafted onlv in rough form by the league's legal staff. But he indicated they would involve written notice to league by any team that wants to move — unlike the case of the Baltimore Colts, who moved in the middle of the night to Indianapolis last March, and the proposed Eagles' move, which the NFL heard about only through news accounts. "We developed some procedures regulating the proposed transfer of teams," Rozelle said. "We will reduce it to writing and mail it out to each of the teams before we announce the details." The meeting on Tose's problems only accented what has become a sticky problem for the NFL beginning with the move of the Raiders from Oakland to Los Angeles three years ago. Court decisions in that case held that the league could not McEnroe finds lost pride, beats Wilander in 3 sets By STEPHAN NASSTROM AP Sports Writer GOTEBORG, Sweden — John McEnroe picked up some lost pride for the United States Tuesday as Sweden wrapped up the 1984 Davis Cup title by crushing the Americans 4-1. Sweden had clinched the prestigious international tennis event on Monday when it took an insurmountable 3-0 lead in the best- of-five-matches competition. The defeat was the worst for the United States since 1973, when Australia won 5-0 at Cleveland, Ohio. It was also the first time McEnroe was on the losing side in a final. Four times in the six past years, McEnroe lead the U.S. to . victory, the last time in 1982 on a similar but faster indoor clay court surface. McEnroe, who was upset by Henrik Sundstrom in singles on Sunday and lost for the first time in Davis Cup" doubles on Monday, gained a measure of revenge Tuesday when he defeated Mats Wilander 6-3, 5-7, 6-3. Sundstrom then spoiled Jimmy Arias' Davis Cup debut with a 3-6, 8-6, 6-3 victory. Arias replaced Jimmy Connors, who left Sweden earlier in the day to return home, where his wife is expecting their second child. The 32-year-old Connors only played one singles match — and lost it — in the first Davis Cup final of his long career. Tuesday's two "reverse singles" were shortened to best-of-three sets as Sweden had already clinched the victory. McEnroe and Connors did not win a set Sunday in the first two singles matches, and only one set in the doubles. McEnroe's victory over Wilander snapped the Swede's 14-match winning streak in Davis Cup play. And it was the first time McEnroe managed to prevail on clay, the favorite surface in Wilander's early career. "But this match wasn't that important for me," said Wilander, who defended his Australian Open title on the grass courts in Melbourne before coming here. "It doesn't matter if we win 5-0 or 3-2. And losing the streak doesn't matter either." It was just like an exhibition, and it showed at times, both players making many unforced errors. "It's tough for both of us to play a match like this," said McEnroe. "But it does get into the record book. Maybe they shouldn't count it because it has no bearing." McEnroe, who now has a 4-3 career edge over Wilander, broke the Swede's serve twice in the first set. keep its franchises from moving although some legal experts said it left the door open for the league to come up with guidelines to keep some control. Tose has debts reported at $42 million, including a loan for $12 million with the Crocker Bank in California that comes due in March. Some of that money was reported to be gambling losses at casinos in Atlantic City. He had reportedly sold 25 percent of his franchise for $40 million to developer James Monaghan with the proviso that Monaghan could move it to Arizona. But after meetings last week with city officials in Philadelphia, Tose announced the team would stay in the city where it was founded 51 years ago. Rozelle said most of the 28 team representatives — 21 owners were actually present — heard the details of Tose's troubles for the first time Tuesday and were not ready to act immediately. Instead, he said, they agreed to have Rozelle appoint a committee to study a proposed refinancing of the team and report back in 45 days. Presumably, Rozelle said, that would include helping Tose find a way out of his difficulties. "There was considerable sentiment toward helping Leonard resolve the problem," Rozelle said. Bosco leads BYU to Holiday By HERSCHEL NISSENS0N AP Sports Writer SAN DIEGO - Friday night's Holiday Bowl between No. 1 Brigham Young and unranked Michigan looms as no contest — at quarterback, anyway. In his first year as Steve Young's successor, BYU junior Robbie Bosco led the nation in total offense with 327.7 yards a game, finished a close second in passing efficiency to Doug Plutie and set an NCAA major-college record by throwing for at least 200 yards in each of the unbeaten Cougars' 12 regular- season games. They led the nation in total offense and passing. "There was no question in our minds that Robbie would be an excellent quarterback," said Coach La Veil Edwards. "The only thing we had to see was how well he would handle pressure and adversity in games." Bosco completed 238 of 458 passes — 61.8 percent — for 3.-B75 yards and 33 touchdowns, with only 11 interceptions. On the firing line for Michigan will be sophomore Chris Zurbrugg, who only became a starter in the Wolverines' eighth game and wound up No. 8 in the Big Ten in passing efficiency. Jim Harbaugh went down with an arm injury in the fifth game and Russell Rein got two starts before the call went to Zurbrugg, who did not play in 1983 but ran the scout team's offense during Michigan's preparation for Auburn's Wishbone in the Sugar Bowl. "Steve Smith, last year's starter, graduated, and Dave Hall, his backup, had a knee problem that ended his football career," said Coach Bo Schembechler. "Harbaugh was No. 3 last year and the heir-apparent. When he got hurt, we went with Rein because Zurbrugg had two cracked vertebrae in his back last spring and missed 2% weeks. "Rein broke his left thumb (in the ninth game), but he'll play if something happens to Zurbrugg. We went to Zurbrugg in the Illinois game (Michigan won it 26-18). He's a competitive kid, a smart kid; he just hasn't had a lot of work. He's played some decent football, but what he is is a freshman. It hasn't been easy for him or us, but I think we can win the game with him." Zurbrugg completed 56 of 98 passes — 57.1 percent — for 609 yards and five touchdowns, with six interceptions. Bosco turned out to be another in the long line of outstanding BYU quarterbacks — Virgil Carter, Gary Sheide, Gifford Nielsen, Marc Wilson, Jim McMahon, Young. It didn't take long for him to earn his stripes. "He kind of burst upon the scene like few people have in recent years," Edwards said. "We couldn't have scripted the Pitt game (a 20-14 opening-game victory) any better. He had an interception run back 78 yards for a score in the third period and threw another interception in the period that helped them to a 14-3 lead. "But on our next possession, Robbie took us downfield and we scored and near the end (i :30 left), he threw a long touchdown pass (50 yards to Adam Haysbert) for the win. I knew then he could handle adversity." 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