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The Salina Journal Monday, December 30,1985 Page 12 Michigan prolongs best start ever Briefly By The Associated Press Senior forward Richard Rellford scored 21 points as unbeaten, second-ranked Michigan broke away in the second half and posted a 10545 non- conference college basketball victory Sunday over Cleveland State at Ann Arbour, Mich. Michigan held only a 47-45 halftime lead but used its superior size in the second half to pound its way to a 12-0 record, surpassing the school's bes* previous start, in the 1918-1919 season. Two other Top 20 teams — No. 7 Oklahoma and No. 8 Memphis State — registered milestone victories Saturday. College basketball Oklahoma defeated Southern Methodist 92-69 to win the All-College Tournament at Oklahoma City, giving the Sooners an 11-0 start, Oklahoma's best since an 184) run opened the 1927 season. And Memphis State equalled the best start in school history with its llth straight victory, 106-82 over North Carolina-Charlotte. The 1982-83 Tigers also won their first 11. In a late game Saturday night, 12th-ranked Nevada-Las Vegas nipped 14th-ranked Alabama- Birmingham, 73-72, on a last-second 20-foot jumper by Freddie Banks. Elsewhere late Saturday night, Missouri dumped defending national champion Villanova, 72-53, in the first round of the Rainbow Classic in Honolulu. Sunday, Rellford led a balanced attack in which five other Wolverines scored in double figures. Sophomore guard Gary Grant had 19 points, freshman forward Glen Rice 16, senior center Roy Scoreboard Tarpley and senior toward Robert Henderson 15 each and junior guard Antoine Joubert 11. Henderson came off the bench to lead the Michigan surge in the second half. He scored nine points in a 12-2 Wolverine run that put the Wolverines up 8541 with 6:19 to play. At the start, it appeared Michigan was on its way to another early rout as a Rellford layup capped a 12-0 spurt that gave the Wolverines a 16-4 lead 4:03 into the first half. But the Vikings slowly worked their way back into the game with junior forward Clinton ttansey scoring 21 of his game-high 24 points in the first half. He hit a 15-foot jumper with 4 seconds left in the half to pull the Vikings within a basket. Senior forward Clinton Smith scored 12 points for Cleveland State, 8-2. Freshman guard Ken McFadden added 10 points. • UNLV 73, ALABAMA-BIRMINGHAM 72 — At Las Vegas, Freddie Banks' 20-foot jump shot with one second remaining lifted 12th-ranked University of Nevada-Las Vegas over No. 14 University of Alabama-Birmingham. Banks' last-second desperation shot capped a UNLV comeback after the Rebels trailed 68-63 with 3:30 remaining. Back-to-back jump shots by Anthony Jones and a pair of free throws by Armon Gilliam brought the Rebels even, 70-70, with 1:17 remaining. Alabama-Birmingham's Michael Charles and Steve Mitchell each hit one of two free-throw attempts to give the Blazers a 72-70 lead with just 27 seconds remaining. Jones made the first of a one-and-one for the Rebels. He missed the second shot but the rebound went out of bounds off the Blazers, giving UNLV the ball with six seconds remaining. Two passes after the inbound play, Banks took the winning shot above the top of the circle. Jones and Banks scored 21 and 20 points respectively to lead the Rebels to their 11 win against two losses. UNLV center John Flowers scored 14 points and pulled down a team-leading 12 rebounds. Mitchell, named the tournament's most valuable player, scored 18 points to lead the Blazers. • MISSOURI 72, VILLANOVA 53 — At Honolulu, Lynn Hardy scored 13 points and sparked a Missouri defense with his ball-hawking tactics as the Tigers toppled defending national champion Villanova 72-53 in the last first-round game of the 22nd Rainbow Classic early Sunday morning. Seven points, a steal and a blocked shot from Hardy helped Missouri grab a 32-26 halftime margin. Hardy then stole the ball three times to spark a 17-2 spree by the Tigers over a five-minute span in the second half for a 49-33 with 12:43 to go. Villanova's Doug West finally broke the long scoring drought for the Wildcats. Jeff Strong led Missouri's scoring with 16 points while Derrick Chievous had Dan Bingenheimer had 15 each. West and Harold Pressley led Villanova with 12 while Dwight Wilbur had 10. The win boosted Missouri to 84 while Villanova fell to 6-5. Olson Olson vaults 19 feet, 2 3 A inches SASKATOON, Saskatchewan (AP) — Billy Olson says he could have gone higher than his record-breaking pole vault of 19 feet, 2% inches Saturday night, but he decided to wait instead. "The record jump was my best run and jump of I the day," Olson said after setting an indoor best at | the Knights of Columbus Saskatchewan Indoor Games. "There were probably parts of me that were | \ more than four inches over. [ ' "The hardest thing I did all night was quit there.... i I didn't want to blow it all on one night. Now I can go I back home knowing there is still better down the! road." Olson, a 27-year-old native of Dallas who competes with the Pacific Coast Club, cleared the record height on his first attempt. Nets'Richardson still missing EAST RUTHERFORD, N. J. (AP) - Despite New Jersey Nets guard Micheal Ray Richardson's history of drug problems, club officials said Sunday that they did not think the most recent disappearance of the NBA's Comeback Player of the Year was connected with his previous cocaine dependency. Richardson, who dropped out of sight hi October 1983 due to his drug problem, had not been seen or heard from since Friday night, when he attended a team Christmas party, said Nets spokesman Jay Rosenfeld. The team's leading scorer missed New Jersey's home game against the Washington Bullets Saturday night and was also absent from the Nets' practice Sunday. Richardson Basketball NBA standings Notional Basketball Association By The Associated Press AIITInwiCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W Boston 22 7 Philadelphia 18 12 New Jersey 19 13 Washington 15 14 New York 11 20 Central Division Milwaukee 21 12 Atlanta 15 15 Detroit 15 16 Cleveland 14 17 Chicago 12 21 Indiana 8 21 I Pet. .759 .600 .594 .517 .355 .636 .500 .484 .452 .364 .276 GB 4V, 7 12 4% S 6 9 11 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 20 1 1 San Antonio 19 12 Denver 18 12 Utah 16 16 Dallas 14 15 Sacramento 9 21 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 25 4 Portland 19 15 Seattle 12 19 L.A. Clippers 1 1 20 Phoenix 10 19 Golden State 1 1 22 .645 .613 .600 .500 .483 .300 .862 .559 .387 .355 .345 .333 1 I 1 /, 4V. 5 lO'/i 8V, 14 15 15 16 Saturday's Games Atlanta 100, New York 80 Milwaukee 114, Cleveland 112, OT Chicago 108, Indiana 104 Houston 118, Portland 108 San Antonio 116, Denver 112 Boston 110, Utah 108 Washington 98, New Jersey 93 Philadelphia 100, Phoenix 98 L.A. Lakers 133. Sacramento 111 L.A. Clippers 11 I.Seattle 106 Sunday's Game Golden State at L.A. Lakers, (n) Monday's Games Indiana at Washington, 5 p.m. New York at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Chicago at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Milwaukee 7:30 p.m. Houston at Denver, 8:30 p.m. Seattle at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Boston at L.A. Clippers, 9:30 p.m. San Antonio at Portland, 9:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Sacramento, 10 p.m. College scores Sunday's College Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST American Intl. 57, Clarion 45 MIDWEST Jamestown 59, Montana Tech 57 Michigan 105. Cleveland St. 85 Morningside 65, South Dakota 62 Neb.-Omaha 44, S. Dakota St. 58 TOURNAMENTS Bentley Holiday Tournament Championship Assumption 64. Bentley 60 Third Place Bloomlield79, Middlebury73 Clark Holiday Tournament Championship Clark 85, Susquehanna 73 Third Place Massachusetts 105. Anna Maria 83 For West Classic Fifth Place Kansas St. 69, Tampa 68, OT Seventh Place Oregon 91, Tennessee Tech 60 Merrimack Tournament Championship Merrimack 66. Pace 50 Third Place Bryant 91. St. Joseph's, Maine 89 Rainbow Classic Consolation Bracket Wake Forest 75, Hawaii 68 Bradley 58, Villanova 56, OT St. Joseph's Invitational Championship St. Joe's. Ind. 70, Wayne St., Mich. 62 Third Place Ind.-S. Bend 90, Franklin 69 WOMEN EAST Michigan St. 79, Seton Hall 70 SOUTH Vanderbllt 102, SW Missouri 53 SOUTHWEST NichollsSt.83,Rice82,OT Texas Tech 92, Nebroska71 FAR WEST St. John's 88, Loyola, Calif. 67 TOURNAMENTS Carrier Classic Championship Virginia 84, Syracuse 61 Third Place . Rhode Island 75, Duquesne 59 Communlplex Holiday Tournament Championship W. Kentucky 83, Cincinnati 47 Third Place KentSt.96.Xavier,Ohio69 Disco Sports Converse Classic Championship Va. Commonwealth 70, Richmond 65 Third Place Furman 88, Siena 81 LaSalle Tournament Championship St. Joseph's 68, LaSalle 61 Third Place • Northeastern 65, Massachusetts 56 Fifth Place Boll St, 73, New Hampshire 57 Seventh Place Connecticut 71, Georgia 59 Orange Bowl First Round NE Louisiana 76, Penn St. 69 Mississippi 66, West Virginia 66 Texas 81, Rutgers 63 Queens College Holiday Tournament Championship Maine 70, partmoulhSl Third Place Drexel 69. Queens Coll. 59 Fifth Place Hofstra73.Bucknell52 Seventh Place N. Carolina AST 75, Long Island U. 54 Wagner Classic Championship Manhattan 76, Rider 45 Third Place Mississippi St. 59, Wagner 58 College men MICHIGAN 105, CLEVELAND ST. K Cleveland State (15) Ransey 8-15 8-10 24, Smith 5-10 2-2 12, Mudd 4-13 1-2 9, Richards 0-3 1-1 1, Bryant 1-3 0-0 2, Corbin 2-3 4-7 8, McFadden 4-12 2-2 10, Crawford 3-8 0-0 6. Sailers 2-3 3-5 7, Hood 0-1 4-6 4, Stewart 1-1 0-0 2, Womack 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 30-72 25-35 85. Michigan (105) Rellford 10-13 1-3 21, Wade 1-2 0-0 2, Torpley 4-6 7-8 15, Grant 6-17 7-10 19, Joubert 4-11 3-411, Henderson 3-3 7-8 13, Thompson 1-3 4-5 6, Rice 8-100-2 16. Hughes 0-1 0-0 0, Stoyko 0-0 0-0 0, Butts 0-0 2-2 2, Gibas 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 37-66 31 • 42105. Halhime—Michigan 47, Cleveland St. 45. Fouled out—Crawford, Thompson. Rebounds—Cleveland St. 32 (Mudd 6), Michigan 55 (Tarpley, Henderson 11). Assists—Cleveland St. 12 (Hood 4), Michigan 24 (Grant 8). Total fouls—Cleveland St. 32, Michigan 29. Technicals—Cleveland St. bench, McFodden. A—13,609. Saturday's Late Game UNLV71.UAB72 Alabama-Birmingham (72) Foster 0-0 0-0 0, Mitchell 7-15 4-5 18, Charles 3-4 5-6 11, Collins 0-1 0-0 0, Ponder 6-18 5-6 17, Mincy 3-9 2-2 8, Gordon 2-3 0-0 4, Johnson 4-6 0-2 8, Bakers 2-4 2-3 6. Totals 27-6018-24 72. Nevada-Las Vegas (73) Robinson 0-0 0-0 0, Wade 0-1 0-0 0, Jones 9-16 3-6 21, Banks 7-18 6-7 20, Graham 1-2 1-1 3, Hudson 1-4 1-3 3, Gilliam 4-12 2-2 10, Basnight 0-1 2-2 2, Flowers 6-13 2-4 14. Totals 28-67 17-25 73. Halhime—Alabama-Birmingham 38, UNLV 36. Fouled out—Mincy. Rebounds— Alabama-Birmingham 41 (Gordon 11), UNLV 41 (Flowers 12). Assists—Alabama-Birmingham U (Mitchell 6), UNLV 23 (Wade 14). Total fouls—Alabama-Birmingham 20, UNLV 20. Technicals—Alabama-Birmingham coach, Alabama-Birmingham bench, Robinson. A—17,980. MISSOURI 72, VILLANOVA 53 Vlllonovo (S3) Wilson 3-4 0-0 6, Wilbur 5-10 0-0 10, Massimino 1-30-22, Pressley 6-140-012, Mossey 1-2 2-4 4, Pinone 1-2 0-0 2, Plansky 0-4 0-0 0, Jensen 2-8 1-1 5, Eversan 0-2 0-1 0, West 6-10 0-1 12, Brown 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 25-59 3-9 53. Missouri (72) Chievous 6-16 3-4 15, Strong 8-12 0-2 16, Roundtree 0-0 0-0 0, Davis 0-0 0-0 0, Musser 0-0 2-2 2, Brockman 0-0 0-0 0, Church 1-2 0-0 2, Sanbothe 2-3 0-0 4, Potthoff 0-0 0-0 0, Leonard 1-4 1-3 3, Bingenheimer 3-6 9-9 15, Hardy 5-6 3-4 13. Totals 27-5018-24 72. Halftime—Missouri 32, Villanova 26. Fouled Out — none. Rebounds-Villanova 33 (Pressley 10) Missouri 28 (Chievous 8). Assists—Villanova 15 (Pressley 4) Missouri 17 (Bingenheimer 6). Total fouls— Villanova 24, Missouri 15.A-3.153. Big 8 standings MEN League Overall lahoma State at Hawaiian Inv., Oklahoma at Burger King Classic. Sunday Oklahoma State at Hawaiian Inv., Oklahoma at Burger King Classic. MVC standings MEN League Overall Bradley Tulsa Drake W.Texas State Wichita State Indiana State Creighton Illinois State So.lllinois W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 10 7 6 6 6 4 4 4 3 This Week's Schedule Late Sunday Nlghl Games Bradley vs. Wake Forest at Rainbow Classic Monday Creighton at Notre Dame, UMKC at Drake, College of the Ozarks at Tulsa, Thursday Butler at Indiana State, Southern Illinois at St. Louis, Tulsa at Oral Roberts, West Texas State at Drake, Abilene Christian at Wichita State, Saturday Southern Illinois at Bradley, Wichita State at Creighton, Drake at Illinois State, Tulsa at West Texas State, KC AC standings MEN League Overall W L W L Friends 40 53 Kan.Wesleyan 30 61 Tabor 31 55 Bethany 31 56 Sterling 12 54 Bethel 12 37 McPherson 13 45 Southwestern 13 56 St. Mary-Plains 13 37 Ottawa 03 26 This Week's Garnet Friday Tabor at Regis. Saturday Southwestern at New Orleans, Tabor at Denver U., St. John's- Winfield at Bethel. 1967—John Unltas, Baltimore 196B—EarlMorrall, Baltimore 1969—Roman Gabriel, L.A. Rams 197 J—John Brodie, San Francisco 1971—Alan Page, Minnesota 1972—Lorry Brown, Washington 1973—O.J. Simpson, Buffalo 1974—Ken Stabler, Oakland 1975—Fran Tarkenton, Minnesota 1976—Bert Jones, Baltimoie 1977—Walter Payton, Chicago 1978—Terry Bradshaw, Pittsburgh 1979—Earl Campbell, Houston 1980-BrianSipe, Cleveland 1981—Ken Anderson, Cincinnati 1982—Mark Moseley, Washington 1983—Joe Theismann, Washington 1984—Dan Marino, Miami 1985—Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders NHL standings Notional Hockey League By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Buckeyes, Crimson Tide win Bowls while 'Dogs, 'Cat's battle to a draw W L Philodlpho 28 9 Washngton 21 10 NY Isles 14 13 NY Rangers 17 19 Pittsburgh 15 18 New Jersey 13 21 Montreal Boston Hartford Quebec Buffalo 37 36 34 27 Adams Division 19 12 4 42 17 12 6 40 19 15 1 39 18 15 2 38 IB 16 2 38 Pts OF GA 56 172 113 46 141 US 138 138 137 131 159 133 145 139 134 Oklahoma Kansas Iowa State Nebraska Kansas State Colorado Missouri W 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 W 11 12 9 7 8 7 8 7 Oklahoma State 0 This Week's Schedule late Sunday Gomel Missouri vs. Clemson at Rainbow Classic, Nebraska vs. Alabama at Sun Bowl Classic. Monday Nebraska at Sun Bowl Classic, Missouri in Rainbow Classic. Thursday Marquette at Kansas State. Friday Oklahoma at Oklahoma Inv. Saturday Iowa State at Detroit, Kansas State at North Texas State, Kansas at Memphis State, Southern Indiana at Missouri, Oklahoma at Oklahoma Inv. Independents MEN League Overall W L W L Marymount - - 96 Baker - - 47 Mid-America - - 38 Kansas Newman - - 411 St. John's - - 1 10 Benedictine - - 0 11 Marymount Games Monday Marymount at Cal State- Bakersfield. Thursday Marymount at Azusa Pacific (Calif.). Friday Marymount at Westmont Tournament. Saturday Marymount at Westmont Tournament. CSIC standings MEN League Overall W I W L Fort Hays 10 92 Mo. Western 10 82 Emporia St. 00 80 PittsburgSt. 00 70 Mo. Southern 00 10 1 Washburn 00 10 1 Kearney St. 01 43 Wayne State 01 36 This Week's Schedule Friday Emporia State at Biola, Calif.; Kearney State at Loper Classic. Saturday Kearney State at Loper Classic. CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrii Division St. Louis 16 13 4 36 127 Chicago 14 16 4 32 149 Minnesota 12 16 7 31 146 Toronto 9 20 5 23 129 Detroit 8 23 4 20 114 Smythe Division Edmonton 24 7 4 52 189 Calgary 17 14 3 37 147 Vancouver 13 20 4 30 138 Winnipeg 12 23 4 28 145 Los Angeles 9 21 4 22 116 Saturday's Games Minnesota 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 Detroit 5, Quebec 4 N.Y. Islanders 4, Pittsburgh 2 Chicago 7, Washington 4 Hartford 6, Toronto 3 Montreal 8, New Jersey 3 Philadelphia 6, Calgary 5 Boston 5, St. Louis 1 Los Angeles 5, Winnipeg 4 Sunday's Games Hartford 5, Detroit 2 Buffalo 4, N.Y. Islanders 3 N.Y. Rangers 6, Washington 5 Boston at Chicago, (n) Edmonton at Vancouver, (n) Soccer 135 131 133 160 127 118 139 119 121 129 163 139 154 1B6 141 124 157 185 174 By The Associated Press The college bowl season roars into full gear Monday with Washington taking on Colorado in the Freedom Bowl and 19th-ranked Oklahoma State facing Florida State in the Gator Bowl. Three more bowl games are scheduled Tuesday, then the five major bowl games — and the battle for the national championship — kick off the new year on Wednesday. On Saturday, No. 17 Ohio State edged No. 9 Brigham Young 10-7 in the Citrus Bowl, No. 15 Alabama crushed Southern California 24-3 in the Aloha Bowl and Georgia and Arizona battled to a 13-13 deadlock in the Sun Bowl. In the Liberty Bowl on Friday night, Baylor upset No. 12 Louisiana State 21-7. • ALOHA BOWL — Alabama's vaunted passing attack failed to click in the first half of the Aloha Bowl in Honolulu, so the 15th-ranked Crimson Tide went to the running game and rolled to ah easy victory over Southern Cal. In the first two periods, the Crimson Tide was penalized seven times for 68 yards. "This is the worst first half I've been associated with," said Alabama coach Ray Perkins. "We didn't tell our players much at halftime. The kids just responded well and did the things they were told to do. ... Our players didn't let the first-half penalties get them down." Making a record 38th bowl appearance, Alabama came away with its 21st victory to tie a mark held by USC, which saw its postseason record fall to 21-8. The Tide is 21-14-3 in bowls. • FLORIDA CITRUS BOWL — In Orlando, Fla., linebacker Larry Kolic had two of Ohio State's four interceptions of Robbie Bosco passes — returning one of them 14 yards for a touchdown—hi the Buckeyes' victory over Brigham Young, the defending national champion. Kolic scored his touchdown 1:08 into the third quarter as Ohio State, 9-3, wiped out a 7-3 halftime deficit. He also picked off a Bosco pass midway in the period. In the fourth period, the Cougars drove 50 yards William White intercepted Bosco hi the end zone. BYU, 11-3, got one more shot in the final minute, but Terry White intercepted another Bosco pass, also hi the end zone. • SUN BOWL — At El Paso, Texas, with the score tied as a result of a two-yard touchdown run by Georgia's AP BYU receiver Trevor Molonl (84) turned to defender on this play, breaking up a potential interception by Ohio State's Terry White (12). Lars Tate's with 9:26 remaining, both the Bulldogs and the the Arizona Wildcats had chances to win with field goals. Georgia, which had erased a 13-3 deficit, blew a chance to take the lead when a 44-yard field goal attempt by Davis Jacobs was wide with 1:09 remaining. Arizona then drove from its 28 to the Georgia 22, but Max Zendejas, who had converted 24 of 31 previous field-goal tries for the Wildcats, sent one wide to the right with four seconds left. The tie gave Arizona an 8-3-1 record for the season. Georgia wound up 7-3-2; • LIBERTY BOWL — On Friday night, quarterback Cody Carlson threw touchdown passes of 5 and 15 yards to lead Baylor hi the Liberty Bowl. The Bears finished 9-3 after being picked hi preseason as low as seventh hi the nine-team Southwest Conference. LSU, 9-2-1, scored its lone touchdown on a Liberty Bowl-record 79-yard punt return by Norman Jefferson. MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer League By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. 12 6 9 7 8 8 Minnesota Cleveland Baltimore Pittsburgh Dallas Chicago Wichita San Diego Kansas City Tacoma St. Louis .667 .563 .500 .500 .474 .400 Western Division 10 5 .667 10 6 .625 7 8 .467 8 11 .421 7 10 .412 .313 GB 2 3 3 3V, 4 1 /, Vi 3 4 4 5 1 /, WOMEN League Overall W L W I Oklahoma 00 71 Iowa State 00 61 Nebraska 00 61 Kansas State 00 82 Kansas 00 83 Oklahoma State 00 74 Colorado 00 85 Missouri 00 64 This Week's Schedule Monday Iowa State at Illinois-Chicago, Minnesota at Colorado, Oklahoma at West Texas State. Tuesday Nebraska at Texas ASM. Thursday Oral Roberts at Kansas, Missouri at UC-Santa Barbara, Eastern Kentucky at Nebraska. Friday Iowa State at Santa Clara Inv., Kansas State at UNLV Inv., Oklahoma State at Hawaiian Inv., Oklahoma at Burger King Classic. Saturday Iowa State at Santa Clara lav., Kansas State at UNLV Inv., «k- NFL playoffs Notional Football League Playoff. By The Associated Press All Times CST FIRST ROUND Saturday, Dec. U New England 26, New York Jets 14 Sunday, Dec. 29 New York Giants 17, San Francisco 3 SECOND ROUND • Saturday, Jan. 4 Cleveland at Miami, 11:30 a.m. Dallas at Los Angeles Rams, 3p.m. Sunday,Jan. S New York Giants at Chicago, 11:30 a.m. New England at Los Angeles Raiders, 3 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS Sunday, Jan. II SUPER BOWL XX Sunday, Jon. 26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. NFL MVP's National Football league MVP's By The AsseclatedPress 1957—Jim Brown, Cleveland 1958—Gino Marchetti, Baltimore 1959—Charley Conerly, New York Giants 1960— Norm Van Brocklin, Philadelphia-Joe Schmidt, Detroit (tie) 1961—Paul Hornung, Green Bay 1962—Jim Taylor, Green Bay 1963—Y.A. Tittle, New York Giants 1964—John Unitas, Baltimore 1965—Jim Brown, Cleveland 1966—Bart Starr, Green Bay Los Angeles 5 11 Saturday's Games Baltimore 8, Los Angeles 6 Dallas 4, Minnesota 2 Wichita 4, Pittsburgh 3 Kansas City 5, Tacoma 2 Sunday's Games Cleveland 9, Chicago 3 San Diego 6, Tacoma 2 Monday's Games Minnesota at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. / K-State (Continued from Page 13) terms of how bad we played, because it doesn't give due respect to our opposition if we should win. But we played about as bad as we can play," said K-State coach Jack Hartman. "Some of our boys just didn't show up." "We were playing not to lose. We didn't want to do anything wrong, so we just didn't do anything.'' On the positive side, Hartman said, "We still had it hi us to win, so I have to give us credit for that. Jones scored eight points hi the first 10 minutes to guide Tampa to an early 16-10 lead. But K-State went ahead 20-19 with a 10-3 run, capped by a tip-in by Percy Eddie 5:17 before the intermission. A jumper from the top of the key by Mitchell two seconds before the buzzer sent K-State into halftime with a 32-24 advantage, which the 'Cats worked up to 50-35 less than eight minutes into the second half. The Wildcats were aided hi their effort by a technical foul whistled against a Tampa assistant coach when he left the bench to converse with the scorer's table 2:50 into the second half. After losing hi overtime, Tampa head coach Richard Schmidt pointed back to the two-point'T'. "We lost the game on a technical foul when my assistant asks about the clock, which is his job," Schmidt said. The rule book states that a coach can vacate the coaching box only if the error is correctable. Schmidt contended, however, "The officials have to use some common sense in that situation. That's something hi our business that needs to be straightened out. This just punishes the kids." Nate Johnston complemented Jones with 17 points while Doug Olsen contributed 12 points and seven assists for the Spartans. Norris Coleman scored 12 while Eddie and Green added 10 apiece for K-State. Etc. Pool standings SAUNA MIXED POOL LEAGUES FINAL 19*5 FALL STANDINGS Busch Monday MUera 1. Animal House Sharpshooters 50 2. Brass Rail A-Team 49 3. Animal House Trappers 43 4. Stardust Trophy 38 5. Rangers South Forty 36 6. Rangers Terminators 34 7. Boondocks Silver Bullets 33 8. Red Kitten Crazees 30 9. Red Kitten Misfits 29 10. Bar-X Bombers 28 ll.PJ'sSlicers 27 12. Brass Rail B-Team 21 Busch Wednesday Guys and Gals 1. Animal House Players 46 2. Animal House Rood Runners 43 3. Red Kitten Q-Balls 41 4. Bachelors Inn Renegades 40 5. Red Kitten B-Balls 39 6. Red Kitten Wildcats 32 7. Boondocks Rustlers 29 8. Z-Nlteowl Bandits 2B Busch 21 dub I.Eddies Club Rednecks 48 2. Eddies Club Roughnecks 45 3. Sale Barn Kamakazees 42 4. Golden Unicorns 36 VFW Scratch Pads 36 6. Moose Heart 35 7. American Legion A-Team 29 8. Western Playgirl A-Team 28 9. American Legion B-Team 25 10. Western Playglrl B-Team 22 Spartans begin California hoop loop BAKERSFIELD, Calif. — Marymount's basketball team begins what Spartan coach Dan Pratt has referred to as a "death trip" tonight when MC visits Bakers!ield State College. The contest, which tips off at I 9:30p.m. (CST), I is the first of! four games in six days for Marymount on the West Coast.! Tonight's outing also marks the Hamilton beginning of a nine-game road trip for the Spartans. Marymount unproved its record to 9-6 this past weekend by posting back-to-back victories over Oakland City (Ind.), 84-50, and College of the Ozarks (Ark.), 85-70, in the McDonald's-Marymount Booster Club Invitational. ' "These two wins have given us a positive outiook," said Spartan center Rich Hamilton after he was named Most-Valuable Player hi the McDonald's tournament. "But we need to keep the momentum going." ; Hamilton vpas instrumental in the Spartans'! victory over College of the Ozarks, scoring 22 points on 9-of-10 shooting from the field and making all four of his free throw attempts. Thcj 6-8 sophomore also grabbed 22 rebounds during the two-game tourney. "Rich did a'good job ... we kind of expect that because he's a good player," Pratt said. The Spartans also received solid efforts from guards Vernon Carter and Ben Smith, who joined Hamilton on the all-tournament team. And Doug Butler, MC's third- leading scorer this season, responded hi only his second game as a non-starter with a 12-point performance against College of the Ozarks. Marymount will likely have its hands full tonight against Bakersfield State, an NCAA Division n school. The Roadrunners, members of the California Collegiate Athletic Association, improved their record to 6-4 Saturday night with an 85-65 win over Azusa- Paclfic. Azusa is another team the Spartans will face on this trip, which concludes Jan. 3-4 in the Westmont Invitational at Santa Barbara.

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