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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, December 31,1985 Page U Basketball NBA standings AIITIm.iCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pel. CB Boston 22 7 .759 New Jersey 20 13 .606 4 Philodelphio 18 12 .600 4V4 Woshinglon 15 15 .500 7'/i New York 11 21 .344 12', Central Division . Milwaukee 22 12 .647 Atlanto 15 15 .500 5 • Detroit 15 17 .469 6 Cleveland 14 18 .438 7 1 Chicago 13 21 .382 9 Indiana 9 21 .300 11 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Dlvition Houston 20 12 .625 Denver 19 12 .613 '/, Son Antonio 19 12 .613 '/, Utah 17 16 .515 3V, Dallas 14 15 .483 4V, , Sacramento 9 21 .300 10 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 25 5 .833 Portland 19 15 .559 B Seattle 12 20 .375 14 L.A. Clippers 11 20 .355 14V, Phoenix 10 19 .345 14V, Golden Stole 12 22 .353 15 Sunday's Gome Golden State 130, L.A. Lakers 122 Monday's Games Indiana 97. Washington 80 New Jersey 123. New York 111 Chicogol21.Clevelandll7 Milwaukeel2l,DetroitllO Denver 125. Houston 122 Utah 107, Seattle 105 Boston at L.A. Clippers, (n) San Antonio at Portland, (n) Philadelphia at Sacramento, (n) Tuesday's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Gam* Philadelphia at Portland. 9 p.m. NBA boxscores NETS 123, KNICKS 111 New York (111) Cummings 8-13 3-3 19, Orr 3-7 1-2 7, Bailey 7-12 4-5 18. Sparrow 9-11 1-3 19, Tucker 12-20 0-0 25, Walker 3-4 0-0 6. Bannister 2-7 3-4 7, Grunfeld 4-6 1-1 10, Wilkins 0-5 0-0 0, Thornton 0-4 0-0 0, Colield0-00-00. Totals48-89 13-18 111. New Jenny (123) Williams 7-11 5-8 19, King 2-8 0-0 4, Gminski7.il 4-4 18, Birdsong 4-7 2-2 10. Cook 6-132-2 14. Dawkins 11-133-4 25, O'Koren 0-2 0-0 0, Johnson 5-6 2-2 12, Ransey 8-12 3-3 19, Turner 1-2 0-0 2, Cottage 0-00-0 O.Totals 51 -85 21 -25123. New York 32 23 27 29-111 New Jersey 28 32 27 36—123 Three-point goals—Tucker, Grunfeld. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—New York 37 (Bailey 10). New Jersey 47 (Williams 13). Assists—New York 25 (Orr 5). New Jersey 29 (Cook 9). Total touls-New York 25, New Jersey 18. Technicals—New Jersey illegal defense, Dawkins. A—16,440. PACERS 97, BULLETS W Indiana (97) Tisdole 2-4 0-2 4, H.Williams 17-32 4-6 38, Stipanovich 8-13 0-3 16, Fleming 1-9 7-8 9. Richordsono-1 1 0-0 12, Garnett 1 -2 0-0 2, Gray 1-10-02. Anderson 3-9 0-0 6, Stonsbury 3-5 2-2 8. Martin 0-1 0-0 0, McClain 0-00-00. Totals 42-87 13-21 97. Washington (BO) Robinson 12-24 3-4 27. Roundfield 0-5 3-6 3, Bol 1-3 0-0 2, Bradley 2-6 1-6 5, Malone 6-17 4-4 16, F.Williams 2-13 8-9 13, McMillen 4-9 6-6 14, Jones 0-1 0-0 O.Totols 27-78 25-35 80. Indiana 26 22 24 25—97 Washington 16 26 15 23—BO Three-point goals—F.Williams. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Indiana 56 (Stipanovich 14), Washington 36 (Robinson 12). Assists—Indiana 23 (Fleming 5, Richardson 5), Washington 12 (Bradley 6). Total fouls—Indiana 27, Washington 19. Technicals—Indiana illegal defense. A—4,303. BUCKS 121,PISTONS 110 Detroit (110) Campbell 6-13 3-3 15. Mahorn 0-1 0-0 , 0, Laimbeer3-97-1013, Long 4-10 0-0 8, Thomas 5-9 9-12 19, Johnson 4-9 2-2 10, Cureton 6-10 5-7 17, DumarsS-l! 3-613, Gibson 0-1 0-0 0, Benson 6-8 3-5 15. Totals 39-81 32-45 110. Milwaukee (121) Cummings 10-17 3-3 23, Pressey 5-7 3-4 13, Breuer 4-7 1-2 9, Hodges 1-2 0-0 2, Moncriel 8-1310-12 26, Lister 4-11 2-2 10, Pierce 2-6 0-0 4, Fields 5-8 3-413, Lamp 4101-29, Davis 1-4 1-2 3, Mokeski 1-20-0 2. Reynolds 2-3 3-6 7.Totols 47-90 27-37 121. Detroit 25 22 28 35-110 : Milwaukee 42 30 28 21-121 Fouled out — None. Rebounds—Detroit 50 (Laimbeer 9). Milwaukee 58 (Lister 12). Assists—Detroit 23 (Thomas 11), Milwaukee 24 (Pierce 5). Total fouls—Detroit 30, Milwaukee 33. Technicals—Thomas. A—11.052. BULLS 121. CAVSTl? Chicago (121) Woolridge 7-16 4-4 18, Green 9-15 2-3 20. Oldham 4-6 0-0 8, Gervin 11-18 8-9 31. Macy 2-7 0-0 4, Banks 5-6 1-2 11, Ookley 1-4 0-0 2, Dailey 7-17 5-7 19, Conine 4-8 0-0 8, Paxson 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 50-10020-25121. Cleveland (117) Hinson 8-163-8 19, Turpin5-ll 0-010, West 4-6 0-0 8. Free 12-185-629, Bagley 4-127-7 15. Jones4-104-4 12. Shelton4-7 0-0 8. Davis 3-6 0-0 6. Minniefield 3-4 1 -2 8, Lee 0-00-00 Poquette 1-1 0-02.Totals 48-9220-27117. Chicago 33 29 31 28-121 Cleveland 28303821-117 Three-point goals—Gervin, Min- nieheld. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 55 (Green II), Cleveland 51 iHinson 10, Turpin 10). Assists -Chicago 34 (Woolridge 9), Cleveland 33 (Bagley 18). Total fouls— Chicago 23 Cleveland 26. Technicals— None. A-11.086. JAZZ 107, SONICS105 Seattle (105) Vranes 2-5 2-2 6, McDaniel 9-15 4-10 22. Sikma 8-144-5 20, Wood 10-17 7-8 27. Henderson 5-14 0-0 10, Young 2-4 2-2 6. McCormick 2-2 0-0 4, Sobers 4-8 2-2 10, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Phelps 0-0 0-0 0, Brickowski 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 42-81 21-29 105. Utah(107) Dantley 9-16 15-16 33, Bailey 10-160-0 20, Eaton 1-5 2-4 4, Stockton 4-8 2-4 10, Hansen 4-6 0-0 10, Green 2-6 2-2 6, Molone 5-7 5-6 15, Mannion 0-0 0-0 0. Wilkins 0-3 0-0 0, Scurry 4-4 1-3 9.Totals 39-71 27-35107. Seattle 31 30 25 19—105 Utah 33 31 24 19—107 Three-point goals—Hansen 2. Fouled ' out—None. Rebounds—Seattle 48 1 (McDaniel 10). Utah 39 (Eaton 9). Assists-Seattle 23 (Sikma 7), Utah 26 (Stockton 10). Total fouls—Seattle 28, Utah 20. A—12,650. Nonce, Phoe. 246 420 .586 Rulond.Wosh. 162 278 .583 Gilmore.S.A. 171 299 .572 , Levingston, All. 128 226 .566 Dantley. Utah 335 595 .563 Rebounding 0 Off Del Tot Avg Williams, N.J. 32 122 272 394 12.3 Laimbeer, Del. 31 112 268 38012.3 Olojuwon,Hou.31 172 199 371 12.0 Sampson, Hou. 31 103 264 367 11.6 Molone, Phil. 30 130 217 347 11.6 6arkley, Phil. 30 109 197 306 10.2 Ewing. N.Y. 27 78 188 266 9.9 Parish, Bos. 29 100 180 260 9.7 Smith, G.S. 33 151 V65 316 9.6 Perkins. Doll. 29 77 197 274 9.4 Assists G No. Avg. Johnson, LAL 28 365 13.0 Thomas, Del. 30 343 11.4 Bagley, Clev. 31 297 9.6 Cheeks, Phil. 30 286 9.5 Moore, S.A. 28 252 9.0 Stockton, Utoh 32 266 8.9 Floyd, G.S. 34 302 8.9 Lucos.Hou. 31 250 8.1 Richardson, N.J. 31 243 7.8 Lever. Den. 26 189 7.3 TeomOHtnse . G Pt. Avg L.A. Lakers 30 3623 120.8 Houston 31 3654 1179 Denver 30 3504 116.6 Milwaukee 33 3836 1162 Detroit 31 3596 1160 Dallas 29 3315 114.3 Portland 34 3875 1140 Boston 29 3232 111.4 Son Antonio 31 3412 110.1 Philadelphia 30 3294 109 8 Utah 32 3512 109.8 Phoenix 29 3179 1096 Golden State 34 3722 1095 Cleveland 31 3393 199.5 New Jersey 32 3501 109.4 Chicago 33 3607 109.3 Sacramento 30 3256 108.5 L.A. Clippers 31 3354 108 2 Atlanto 30 3136 104.5 Washington 29 30?2 104.2 Indiana 29 3021 104 2 Seattle 31 3215 103.7 New York 31 2976 96.0 College scores EAST Lehigh86. Muhlenberg72 Loyola, Md. 86, Drexel 75 Marist87,lona68 Niagara 70, St. Peter's 56 Syracuse 88. C.W. Post 68 SOUTH Austin Peay 75, Samfard 60 Bellarmine 103, Thomas More 84 Central 83, Florida Tech 63 Duke 78. Northwestern 55 Fairfield 71, Fla. Southern 66 Florida 69, Stetson 66 Florida Intl. 79, Long Island U. Furman 66, E. Kentucky 64 Georgia Tech 90, Richmond 64 Indiana Cent. 63, Kentucky St. 71 lnd.-Pur-Ft.Wayne69,Coe45 Kentucky 93, VMI55 Liberty Baptist 76, Ohio Dominican 69 Louisiana St. 62. Oral Roberts 64 N. Carolina St. Itxi, Monmoulh. N.J. 53 N.C.-Wilmington 94, Cent. Connecticut 79 NW Louisiana 66, Ark.-Little Rock 61 Rollins 85, Franklin 79 Vo. Commonwealth 77, George Mason 68 Valdosta 63, Columbus 63 MIDWEST Drake 97, Mo.-Kansas City 63 Illinois 64. Iowa St. 62 Notre Dame 80, Creighton 54 Oakland, Mich. 98, Aquinas 88 Ohio U. 90, Marietta 66 SI. Louis 95, Cornell 56 Youngstown St. 66, Morgan St. 64 SOUTHWEST Baylor 51, Texas-San Antonio 50 Lomar 79. Washington 61 Texas Tech 60, Wis.-Stevens Pt. 44 Tulsa 66, Coll. of the Ozarks 47 TOURNAMENTS Chlco Invitational Fifth Place Lewis 8 Clark, Ore. 67, Alaska- Fairbanks 78 Seventh Place Whitworthl05,Wassuk65 Rainbow Classic Fifth Place Bradley 66, Wake Forest 72 Seventh Place Villanova76, Hawaii 61 Sun Bowl Third Place Nebraska 69, Ohio St. 66 WJCL-TV Classic First Round Ala.-Birmingham 86, Glassboro SI. 65 Armstrongs!. 113, Barry 58 WOMEN EAST Maryland 77, Cleveland St. 56 Northwestern 78. Fairlield 69 SOUTH Alabama 66, SW Missouri 53 Old Dominion 82, E. Carolina 65 MIDWEST Iowa St. 80, Ill.-Chicago57 Kentucky 70. Ohio St. 66 Loyola. III. 98. Bradley 91 TOURNAMENTS Orange Bowl Semifinal Brocket N.E. Louisiana 88, Miami 62 Consolation Bracket Penn St. 70, West Virginia 47 Rutgers 76, San Diego St. 66 NBA leaders NEW YORK (AP) — National Basketball Association individual scoring, rebounding, field goal percentage and assist leaders through Dec. 29: Scoring G FG FT Pts Avg Danlley. Utah 31 335 267 937 30.2 English. Den. 30 340 212 89329.8 Wilkins, All. 30 311 171 799 26.6 Woolridge. Chi. 33 310 199 821 24.9 Davis Phoe. 22 213 104 536 24.4 Short, G.S. 28 272 132 680 24.3 Free Clev. 28 236 177 675 24.1 Olajuwon Hou. 31 285 175 745 24.0 Malone Phil. 30 228 263 719 24.0 Bird. Bos. 29 262 150 690 23.8 Vandwghe. Pt. 31 248 226 722 23.3 Johnson, LAC 29 273 126 675 23.3 Nonce. Phoe. 26 246 152 644 23.0 Mitchell, S.A. 31 286 132 704 22.7 Abdl-Jbbr. LAL 30 278 117 67322.4 Aguirre.Dall. 25 221 114 557 22.3 McHale.Bos. 29 245 154 644 22.2 Maloni,. Wash. 29 265 86 621 21.4 Carroll G.S. 32 264 154 682 21.3 Ewing, N.Y. 27 210 128 548 20.3 Field Goal Percentage FG FGA Pet Thorpe, Sac. 121 189 .640 Johnson, S.A. 160 255 .627 Dawkins. N.J. 166 272 .610 Worthy, LAL 252 414 .609 Turpin, Clev. 174 295 .590 College men DUKE 78, NORTHWESTERN 55 Northwestern (SS) Cucuz 1-4 3-5 5, Schwabe 4-6 7-10 15, Morris 3-51-17, Fullen 0-54-4 4, Watts 02 0-0 0, Dixon 1-21-23, Saviona 0-2 2-2 2. Wyss 4-8 1 -2 9, Buford 1 -8 0-2 2, Grose 030-00, Flanagan 0-3 4-6 4, Lynch 0-1 0-0 0, Petrovic 2-2 0-1 4. Totals 16-51 23-35 55. Duke (78) Alarie 6-7 3-4 15, Henderson 3-5 2-2 8, Ferry 0-2 3-4 3. Amoker 2-2 0-0 4, Dawkins 7-127-921, Bilas 2-5 2-4 6, King 5-8 0-0 10, Strickland 1 -5 2-2 4, Snyder 1 -8 1-23, Williams 0-2 0-00, Nessley 1-30-0 2, Smith 1-2 0-02. Totals 29-61 20-27 78. Halltime—Duke 47, Northwestern 20. Fouled out—Morris, Watts, Strickland. Rebounds—Northwestern 30 (Schwabe, Flanagan 4), Duke 46 (Ferry 8). Assists— Northwestern 9 (Fullen 4), Duke 21 (Amaker 6). Total Fouls—Northwestern 21. Duke 27. A-B.564. ILLINOIS 64, IOWA ST. 62 Iowa State (62) Grayer 6-13 5-8 17, Virgil 1-2 0-0 2, Hill 4-11 3-311, Hornacek 3-8 0-0 6. Thompkins 6-10 0-0 12. Schafer 2-5 0-0 4, Robinson 2-2 0-24, Moss 3-3 0-0 6. Totals 27-548-1362. Illinois (64) Winters 3-7 4-8 10, Norman 8-100-1 16, Meents 1-4 4-5 6. Wysinger 2-6 4-6 6, Douglas 5-10 1-2 11. Welch 3-7 3-3 9, Blackwell 1-2 2-2 4, Hamilton 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 23-47 18-27 64. Halltime—Illinois 33, Iowa Slate 30. Fouled Out—Thompkins. Norman. Rebounds—Iowa Stale 31 (Hill 8). Illinois 35 (Norman 9). Assists—Iowa State 16 {Hornacek 5). Illinois 18 (Wysinger 5). Total fouls—Iowa State 25, Illinois 15. A-10,500 est. LSUI2.0RUM Oral Roberts (64) Smith 8-16 6-6 22, Akin Akin-Otiko 7140-014. Miles 5-7 3-3 13. Irons 2-8 2-2 6, Jones 4-11 1-29, Wilson 0-00-0 0, Obaseki0-1 0-00. Totals26-59 12-13 64. Louisiana St. (12) Williams 7-13 2-3 16, N.Wilson 7-105-5 19, Blanton 1-4 3-4 5, Taylor 4-7 0-0 8, Redden 5-10 0-0 10, A. Wilson 3-9 0-0 6, E. Wilson 0-0 0-0 0, Conley 0-1 0-0 0, Bukumirovich 3-6 2-2 6, Woodside 1-2 2-2 4, Brown 0-3 2-2 2, Vargas 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 33-67 16-1662. Halftime—Louisiana St. 35, Oral Roberts 24. Rebounds—Oral Roberts 34 (Akin Akin-Otiko 10). Louisiana SI. 35 (Williams, N. Wilson 8). Assists—Oral Roberts 8 (Irons 3), Louisiana St. 23 (Williams 8). Total fouls—Oral Roberts 16, Louisiana St. 18. A—12,387. SUNDAY'S LATE GAME ALABAMA 78, NEBRASKA (1 Alabama (71) Jackson 3-6 1-2 7, Farmer 0-13 2-2 IB, Gottfried 2-6 0-0 4, Dudley 0-1 0-0 0, Coner 5-6 0-0 10, McKey 3-8 8-8 04, Johnson 8-14 5-5 21. Ansley 2-3 0-0 4, DeVaughn 0-1 0-0 0, Totals: 31-70 16-17 78. Nebraska (61) Brown 0-1 0-0 0, Marshall 6-14 0-0 12, Bailous 3-8 0-0 6, Carr 6-130-0 12, Sealer 0-0 0-0 0, Day 2-0 0-0 4, Logon 0-3 1-21. Logon 0-3 1-21, Jackmon 1 -2 0-0 2, Marti 0-0 0-00, Happen 8-13 4-4 20, Matzke 2-4 0-0 4, Totals: 26-67 5-6 61. Halftime — Alabama 39, Nebraska 28. Fouled Out — none. Rebounds — Alabama 34 (Johnson 9), Nebraska 26 (Day 6). Assists — Alabama 10 (Jackson 4), Nebraska 16 (Carr 10). Total Fouls — Alabama 13. Nebraska 16. Technicals — none. A —11,561. Football NFL playoffs National Football League Playoffs All Times CST Flrtt Round Saturday's Game New England 26, New York Jets 14 Sunday's Game New York Giants 17, San Francisco 3 Second Round Saturday,Jan.4 Cleveland at Miami, 11:30 p.m. Dallas at Los Angeles Rams, 3 p.m. Sunday,Jan. 5 New York Giants at Chicago, 11:30 p.m. New England at Los Angeles Raiders, 3 p.m. Conference Championthlps Sunday,Jan.12 SUPER BOWL XX Sunday,Jan. 26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. All-Pro team NEW YORK (AP) - The 1985 NFL All- Pro team as voted by the Professional Football Writer's Association: FIRST TEAM Offense WR — Steve Largent, Seattle; Louis Lipps, Pittsburgh. TE — Todd Christensen, Los Angeles Raiders. T — Jimbo Covert. Chicago; Anthony Munoz. Cincinnati. G — Russ Grimm, Washington; John Hannah, New England. C — Dwighl Stephenson, Miami. QB — Dan Marino, Miami. RB — Walter Payton, Chicago; Marcus Allen, Los Angeles Raiders. Defense DE — Howie Long, Los Angeles Raiders; Richard Dent, Chicago. NT - Joe Klecko, New York Jets. OLB — Andre Tippett, New England; Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants. ILB — Mike Singletary, Chicago; Karl Mecklenburg, Denver. CB — Mike Haynes, Los Angeles Raiders: Everson Walls, Dallas. S - Wes Hopkins, Philadelphia; Ken Easley, Seattle. Specialists PK — Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh. P — Dale Hatcher, Los Angeles Rams. KR — Ron Brown, Los Angeles Rams. Coaches AFC—Raymond Berry, New England. NFC-Mike Ditka, Chicago. Bowl games College Bowl Gam* Schedule All Times CST Dot. 14 California Bowl At Fresno, Calif. Fresno State 51, Bowling Green 7 Dec. 21 Cherry Bowl AtPontloc.Mlch. Maryland 35, Syracuse 18 Independence Bowl AtShreveport, La. Minnesota 20, Clemson 13 Dec. 22 Holiday Bowl At San Diego Arkansas 18, Arizona St. 17 Dec. 25 Blue-Gray Classic At Montgomery, Ala. Blue 27. Gray 20 Dec. 27 Liberty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. Baylor 21, Louisiana St. 7 Dec. 28 Sun Bowl At El Paso,Texas Georgian, Arizona 13 Florida Citrus Bowl At Orlando, Fla. Ohio St. 10, BrighamYoung7 Aloha Bowl At Honolulu Alabama 24, Southern California 3 Dec. 30 Freedom Bowl At Anaheim, Calif. Washington 20, Colorado 17 Gator Bowl At Jacksonville, Fla. Florida St. 34, Oklahoma St. 23 Dec.31 Bluebonnet Bowl At Houston Air Force. 11-1, vs. Texas, 6-3, 1:45 p.m. Peach Bowl At Atlanta Army, 8-3, vs. Illinois, 6-4-1, 2 p.m. All-American Bowl At Birmingham, Ala. Michigan St., 7-4, vs. Georgia Tech. 82-1, 7 p.m. Jan. 1 Sunklst Fiesta Bowl AITempe, Ariz. Michigan. 9-1-1, vs. Nebraska, 9-2, 12:30 p.m. Cotton Bowl At Dallas Texas ASM. 9-2, vs. Auburn, 8-3,12:30 p.m. Rose Bowl At Pasadena, Calif. UCLA, 8-2-1, vs. Iowa, 10-1, 4 p.m. Sugar Bawl At New Orleans Miami, Flo., 10-1, vs. Tennessee, 8-1- 2,7p.m. Orange Bowl At Miami Oklahoma, 10-1, vs. Penn St., 11-0. 7 p.m. Jan.11 East-West Shrine Game At San Francisco 2p.m. Hula Bowl At Honolulu 3p.m. Japan Bowl At Yokohama, Japan 8:30 p.m. Jan.18 Senior Bowl At Mobil*, Ala. 12p.m. National champs 1936—Minnesota 1937-Pitlsburgh 1938—Texas Christian 1939—Texas ASM 1940—Minnesota 1941—Minnesota 1942—Ohio State 1943—Notre Dame 1944—Army 1945—Army 1946—Notre Dame 1947—Notre Dame 1946-Michigan 1949—Notre Dame 1950—Oklahoma 1951—Tennessee 1952—Michigan State 1953-Maryland 1954—Ohio State 1955—Oklahoma 1956-Oklahomo 1957—Auburn 1956—Louisiana State 1959—Syracuse 1960— Minnesota 1961-Alabama 1962—Southern Cal 1963—Texas 1964—Alabama 1965-Alabama 1966—Notre Dame 1967—Southern Cal 1968-Ohio State 1969-Texas 1970-Nebraska 1971—Nebraska 1972-SouthernCol 1973—Notre Dame 1974-Oklohomo 1975—Oklahoma 1976—Pittsburgh 1977—Noire Dome 1978—Alabama 1979—Alabama 1980— Georgia 1981—Clemson 1982—Penn State 1983—Miami, Fla. 1984—Brigham Young Hockey Red Wings hire Park NHL standings AIITImeiCST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts OF GA Phildlphio 28 9 0 56 172 113 Washngln 21 10 4 46 141 118 NY Isles 14 13 9 37 138 135 NYRongrs 17 19 2 36 138 131 Pittsbrgh 15 18 4 34 137 133 New Jersey 13 21 1 27 131 160 Adams Division Montreal 19 12 4 42 159 127 Boston 17 13 6 40 136 122 Hartford 19 15 1 39 145 139 Quebec 16 15 2 38 139 119 Buffalo 18 16 2 36 134 121 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division St.Louis 16 13 4 36 127 129 Chicago 15 16 4 34 153 166 Minnesta 12 16 7 31 146 139 Toronto 9 20 5 23 129 154 , Detroit 8 23 4 20 114 186 Smythe Division Edmonton 25 7 4 54 194 144 Calgary 17 14 3 37 147 124 Vancouver 13 21 4 30 141 162 Winnipeg 12 23 4 28 145 165 L Angeles 9 21 4 22 116 174 Sunday's Games Hartford 5, Detroit 2 Buffalo 4, N.Y. Islanders 3 N.Y. Rangers 6. Washington 5 Chicago 4, Boston 3 Edmonton 5, Vancouver 3 Monday's Game Winnipeg at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Tuesday's Comes Boston at Buffalo, 6:35 p.m. Hartford at Quebec, 6:35 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Calgary at Minnesota. 7:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. Soccer MISL standings All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. CB Minnesota 12 7 .632 — Cleveland 9 7 .563 I'/. Baltimore 8 8 .500 IV, Pittsburgh 8 6 .500 2V, Dallas 9 10 .474 3 Chicago 6 9 .400 4 Western Division Wichita 10 5 .667 — San Diego 10 6 .625 V, Kansas City 8 8 .500 2V, St.Louis 8 10 .444 3V, Tacoma 8 11 .421 4 Los Angeles 5 12 .294 6 Monday's Games St. Louis 6, Minnesota 1 Kansas City 10, Los Angeles 2 Tuesday's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Games No games scheduled Etc. DETROIT (AP) — The Detroit Red Wings, off to the worst start in the National Hockey League, fired first- year Coach Harry Neale on Monday and replaced him with retired NHL veteran def enseman Brad Park. Park signed a 2Ms-year contract through the 1987-1988 season, the club said. General Manager Jim Devellano's contract, due to expire in 1986, was extended through 1988 and he will add the title vice president. The Red Wings are 8-23-4 going into tonight's home game against the New York Islanders, and have lost 10 of their last 11 games. Devellano called Neale a "classy gentleman" and said he regretted having to fire him. "He came into a very tough situation," Devellano said. "Our team is in transition from being a very old team to being a very young team with lots of college kids and free agents." Park, 37, also was appointed director of player personnel for the Red Wings. "He is in total control of our hockey team on and off the ice," Devellano said. Park retired after last season, his second with the Red Wings. He joined the New York Rangers in 1969 and played in New York until he was traded to the Boston Bruins in November 1975. He then moved to Detroit as a free agent before the 1983-1984 season and retired as one of the leading scorers from his defensive position in NHL history. Park finished his playing career with 213 goals and 683 assists in 1,113 games, and was in the playoffs every year in his 16-year career, tying the mark set by Montreal's Jean Beliveau. Both Devellano and Park predicted Detroit's hockey would improve. "We're going to play a more intelligent game of hockey," Park said. "We're going to be a better hockey team three weeks from now than we will be tomorrow night." Neale, 48, was signed last June to a two-year contract by Red Wings owner Mike Hitch, founder of the Little Caesar's pizza chain, who bought the club in 1982. Ilitch spent big money in the preseason and had big hopes for his team. Devellano signed free agents Warren Brad Park was all smiles at his first press conference as the Detroit Red Wings' coach. Young away from the Pittsburgh Penguins, Mike McEwen from the Washington Capitals and Harold Snepsts from the Minnesota North Stars. ; He also signed rookies Ray Staszak, an All-American from Illinois-Chicago, and Adam Dates, an All-American from NCAA champion RPI, as well as Chris Cichocki, A standout at Michigan Tech. The Red Wings also gained attention when they signed Petr Klima, a talented performer on the Czechoslovakia!! national team. He defected and was spirited out of Europe with the help of the Red Wings' management. Transactions FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS—Named Bill Polian general manager. CLEVELAND BROWNS-Ploced Paul Farren, offensive tackle, on injured reserve. DENVER BRONCOS—Signed Daniel Remsberg, offensive tackle. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Fired Mary Broden, special teams coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League DETROIT RED WINGS-Fired Harry Neale, head coach. Named Brad Park head coach. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS—Recalled Chris Dahlquist, defenseman, from Baltimore of the American Hockey League. TENNIS MEN'S INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL TENNIS COUNCIL—Reinstated Ivan Lendl after serving 21 days of a 42- day suspension. COLLEGE BOWLING GREEN-Named Howard "Moe" Ankney head football cooch. ILLINOIS COLLEGE-Named William Anderson athletic director and head football coach. NORTH CAROLINA STATE-Signed Dick Sheridan, head football coach, to a five-year contract after he had announced his resignation as head football coach at Furman. Ski reports DENVER (AP) — Colorado Ski Country USA reports the following conditions at major Colorado ski areas on Monday, Dec. 30: Arapahoe Basin — '/, new, 52 depth, powder, packed powder. Aspen Highlands — 1 new, 35 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Aspen Mountain — 1 new, 18 depth, hard packed. Buttermilk — 1 new, 26 base, hard packed. Beaver Creek — % new, 32 depth, packed powder. Berthoud Pass — Vi new, 46 depth, packed powder. Breckenridge — t new, 30 depth, hard packed. Ski flroodmoor — 0 new, 14 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, hard packed. Conquistador — 0 new, 23 depth, 100 per ent snowmaking, packed powder. Ski Cooper — 1 new, 43 depth, powder, packed powder. Copper Mountain — t new, 34 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Crested Butte — 1 new, 36 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Cuchara Valley — 0 new, 18 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, hard packed. Eldora — 0 new, 21 depth, 93 percent snowmaking. packed powder, hard packed. Ski Estes Park — I new, 36 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Geneva Basin — No report. Ski Idlewild — open, no report. Keystone — 0 new, 43 depth, packed powder. Loveland Basin and Valley — 2 new, 49 depth, powder, packed powder. Monarch — t new. 45 depth, packed powder. Powderhorn — t new, 39 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Purgatory — 1 new, 47 depth, powder, packed powder. Shark Tooth — 0 new, 10 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, packed powder. Silver Creek — t new, 27 depth, 40 percent snowmaking, packed powder. Snowmass — 1 new, 35 depth, hard packed. St. Mary's Glacier — No report. Steamboat Springs — 0 new, 41 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Sunlight — open, now report. Telluride — 4 new, 40 deplh, powder, packed powder. Vail — '/, new, 29 depth, packed powder. Winter Park — 0 new, 26 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Mary Jane — 0 new, 43 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Wolf Creek — t new, 82 depth, packed powder, hard packed. Snow depth In inches refers to unpacked natural snow at midpoint. T means trace. Figures are supplied to Colorado Ski Country USA, a ski-industry organization, by individual areas. Far updates 1 , call (303) 837-9907. Sheridan takes over NC State program RALEIGH, N.C. (AP) - Dick Sheridan resigned as head football coach at Furman Monday and signed a five-year contract to become North Carolina State's fifth football coach in 10 years. "It was a very difficult decision, not only for me, but for members of my staff," said Sheridan, 44, who ended a 13-year association with the Southern Conference Division I-AA school to move up to the Atlantic Coast Conference team. The N.C. State coaching job was one that Sheridan had coveted in 1982, when Monte Kiffin resigned as head coach. Sheridan said family considerations kept him then from moving from Greenville, S.C., to Raleigh. This time, with his sons finishing high school, the move was more agreeable. "It would take a very special situation to take me and our coaching staff away from Furman, "he said. "Alotof things impressed me about the opportunity and the situation here.'' Sheridan's first goal is to hit the recruiting trail. He is one month behind area college football coaches who have contacted high school seniors about playing for their schools, but Sheridan said that would not be much of a disadvantage. "At this particular time, there are not a large number of commitments that have been made," Sheridan said. "I think it's important in the next few days that our staff contact the recruits we feel comfortable with and let them know of our interest in them." During a late afternoon news conference, Sheridan said he had no interest in becoming N.C. State's athletic director. Willis > Casey, the man who hired Sheridan, will step down as athletic director next July. "Some people asked me would I want both jobs?" said Sheridan, who held the positions of athletic director and football coach at Furman. "I don't think that someone coming in from the outside should, or could tackle both those jobs simultaneously.'' Saying he had faith in the school administration to choose a good successor, Sheridan suggested Jim Valvano, the N.C. State basketball coach, would be an excellent choice. O-State (Continued from Page 11) into the end zone. He snared a 29- yarder to give the Seminoles a 27-3 lead with 4:51 left in the third period. The Seminoles, 9-3, also scored on a 3-yard run by Cletis Jones and field goals of 23 and 39 yards by Derek Schmidt. Florida State tailback Tony Smith rushed 24 times for 201 yards. Oklahoma State, 8-4, managed only a 33-yard field goal by Brad Dennis until exploding for 14 points in 93 seconds late in the third quarter. Tailback Thurman Thomas ran 29 yards with a screen pass to make it 27-10 with 2:52 left. After a fumble recovery by Harry Roberts on the third play following the kickoff, Thomas passed 12 yards to quarterback Ronnie Williams on a flea- flicker to make it 27-17 with 1:19 left in the quarter. The Seminoles put an end to the Oklahoma State rally by rolling 55 yards in nine plays to Ferguson's touchdown run. The Cowboys finished the scoring when Williams passed 31 yards to Hart Lee Dykes with 10 seconds to play. On the unusual first-half touchdown play, the pass from Ferguson hung up as Gainer and Demise Williams jostled each other in the end zone. Each got a hand on the ball, popping it up a few feet, and Gainer reached out and grabbed it for a touchdown. The Seminoles marched 73 yards in 12 plays for their first score, a 23- yard field goal by Schmidt. Florida State displayed a slick two-minute offense at the end of the half, moving 59 yards on eight plays to set up Schmidt's 39-yard field goal with two seconds left for a 13-0 halftime lead. The drive started with 1:17 left at the Florida State 18-yard line. The Cowboys moved 63 yards in 12 plays on their first possession of the second half before settling for a 33- yard field goal by Dennis. The Seminoles answered with a 12- play drive of their own covering 73 yards. The big play was a 25-yard pass to Gainer on third-and-11. Jones ended the march with his TD run. An interception by Deion Sanders set up the next Florida State score. Sanders returned the theft 28 yards to the Oklahoma State 36, and the Seminoles needed just five plays to score on the 19-yard pass to Gainer for a 27-3 lead. The Seminoles rolled right through the vaunted Oklahoma State defense, which had given up an average of only 293 yards per game and had allowed more than 19 points only once all season. The Seminoles finished with 571 yards. Thomas, who rushed for 1,553 yards in the regular season, was limited to 97 yards on 26 carries. Ronnie Williams completed 21 of 43 passes for 251 yards, but was intercepted twice. Unbeaten Texas unanimous pick in women's poll By The Associated Press : For the first time this season, Texas has won unanimous approval from a nationwide panel of 60 coaches as the top team in the country in the weekly women's bas-i ketball poll announced Monday. ' ''The Longhorns received 60 first-place ballots and 1,200 points after, keeping their unbeaten streak alive with an 81-63 victory over Rutgers in the first round of the Orange Bowl tournament Sunday night. It is the sixth straight week this season that Texas, 6-0, has been at the top and the 13th straight week dating back to last season. On Thursday, Texas will open Southwest Conference play at No. 20 Houston, 8-1, before visiting Rice on Saturday. Meanwhile, Southern California's 70-67 victory over previously No. 2 Georgia Saturday night elevated USC, 10-1, to No. 2 with 1,136 points. , While attention has been focused on senior superstar Cheryl Miller, Coach Linda Sharp cited the work of "the others" as a key to USC's improvement. "Our freshmen aren't playing like freshmen and with Cynthia Cooper back we have someone else who was on the two national champions. She's poised but she also gives us a lot of offense. "We've earned our way forward in the poll, but realize if we lose a couple of games, we're going to drop a few spots." Georgia, 10-1, slipped to No. 3 with 1,069 points. The Lady Bulldogs get to test unbeaten and fourth-ranked Long Beach State, 7-0, tonight. Virginia, 11-0, the surprise team of December, held fifth with 943 points after adding victories over Rhode Island and host Syracuse in the Carrier Classic. The voting is compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Louisiana Tech, 8-1, which was idle, exchanged places with Northeast Louisiana and moved to sixth with 850 points. The Lady Indians, 51, beat then-No. 11 Penn State 76-69 in the first round of the Orange Bowl tournament. ', Mississippi, 10-1, held eighth with 781 points after defeating West Virginia 86-66 in an opening-round Of- ange Bowl game. Women's Top 20 The nation's top 20 women's collegiate basketball teams as compiled by Mel Greenberg ojf "The Philadelphia Inquirer on the votes of 60 women's coaches. First-place votes In parenf heses. season's records, points and last week's ranking. Voting based on 20-19-18-17-16-15-1413-12-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3.2-1: , Hostetter (Continued from Page 11) feating arch-rival Grinnell in the finals. Concordia won its fourth title by whipping Louisburg for the 4A crown. Ellsworth won its first championship by defeating Chase County in the 3A final. 10. AREA TRACK TEAM TITLES: Salina Central, Concordia and Ellis all won boys' team titles. Smith Center, Thomas More Prep-Marian and Logan won girls' team championships. ' 1. Texas (60) 2. Southern Calif. 3. Georgia 4. Long Beach St. S.Virginia 6. Louisiana Tech 7. NE Louisiana 8. Mississippi 9. Western Kentucky 10. Auburn 11. Tennessee 12. Louisiana St. 13. Penn State 14. Ohio State 15. Oklahoma 16. Nevada-Las Vegas 17. North Carolina 18. N.Carolina St. 19. Iowa 20. Houston 6-0 1200 1 10-1 1136 3 10-1 1069 2 7-0 1009 4 11-0 943 5 8-1 850 7 5-1 816 6 10-1 781 8 9-1 718 9 11-1 678 10 8-2 586 12 7-1 512 13 4-2 479 U 6-2 435 14 7-1 333 16 7-2 279 15 7-2 194 18 9-2 178 20 6-3 1410 19 ... 8-1 84 1Z Other teams receiving votes and their points: Idaho 57, Providence 24, St. Joseph's 18, Kansas State 15, Old Dominion 15, St. Peter's 12, DePaul 10, Northwestern 9, Rutgers 9, Montana 5, NW Louisiana 2, Washington 2, Arizona 1, Vanderbilt 1.

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