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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Wednesday, January 1,1986 Page 17 Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston 23 7 .767 — Philadelphia 19 12 .613 4V, NewJersey 20 13 .606 4'/i Washington 15 15 .500 8 New York 11 21 .344 13 Central Division Milwaukee 22 12 .647 — Atlanta 15 15 .500 5 Detroit 15 17 .469 6 Cleveland 14 18 .438 7 Chicago 13 21 .382 9 Indiana 9 21 .300 11 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest division Houston 20 12 .625 — Denver 19 12 .613 '/, San Antonio 19 13 .594 1 Utah 17 16 .515 3V, Dallas 14 15 .483 4V, Sacramento 9 22 .290 10'/i Pacific Division L.A. Lakers 25 5 .833 — Portland 20 15 .571 7V, Seattle 12 20 .375 14 Golden State 12 22 .353 15 Phoenix 10 19 .345 14 1 /, L.A. Clippers 11 21 .344 15 Monday's Gomes Indiana 97, Washington 80 New Jersey 123, New York 111 Chicago 121, Cleveland 117 Milwaukeel21,DetroitllO Denver 125, Houston 122 Utah 107, Seattle 105 Boston 125, L.A. Clippers 103 Portland 125, San Antonio 110 Philadelphia 87, Sacramento 84 Tuesday's Games ile< No games scheduled Wednesday's Game Philadelphia at Portland, 9 p.m. Thursday's Games Washington at New York, 6:30 p.m. Boston at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Houston at Golden State, 9:30 p.m. San Antonio at Sacramento, 9:30 p.m. All-star voting NEW YORK (AP) - Totols Infon voting for Eastern Conlerence starting positions In the 36th Annual National Basketball Association All-Star Game to be played Feb. 9 at the Reunion Arena In Dallas: EAST Centers 1, Moses Malone, Philadelphia, 198,475. 2, Bill Laimbeer, Detroit, 155,866. 3, Melvln Turpin, Cleveland, 96,223. 4, Patrick Ewing, New York, 87,994. 5, Jeff Ruland, Washington, 81, 258. 6, Robert Parish, Boston, 74,751. 7, Alton Lister, Milwaukee, 45,910. 8, Kevin Willis, Atlanta, 32,989. 9, Herb Williams, Indiana, 30,209. 10, Darryl Dawklns, New Jersey, 27,056. Forwards 1, Larry Bird, Boston, 222,068. 2, Kelly Tripucka, Detroit, 200,068. 3, Julius Erving, Philadelphia, 198,279. 4, Kevin McHale, Boston, 109,441. 5, Roy Hinson, Cleveland, 109,162. 6, Dominique Wilkins, Atlanta, 99,387.7, Charles Berkley, Philadelphia, 87,532. 8, Wayman Tisdale, Indiana, 80,961. 9, Clark Kellogg, Indiana, 71,883. 10, Terry Cummings, Milwaukee, 71,665. Guards 1, Islah Thomas, Detroit, 274,341. 2, Michael Jordan, Chicago, 232,377. 3, World B. Free, Cleveland, 139,252. 4, Sidney Moncrief, Milwaukee, 118,623.5, Dennis Johnson, Boston, 91,686. 6, Vinnle Johnson, Detroit, 89,352. 7, Maurice Cheeks, Philadelphia, 89,000.8, John Bagley, Cleveland, 78,713. 9, George Gervin. Chicago, 76,497. 10, Danny Ainge, Boston, 59,503. AP rankings By Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press' college basketball poll, with first-place votes In parentheses, total points based on 20-19-18-17-16-15-14-1312-11-10-9-8-7-6-5-4-3-2-1, record through Dec. 30 and last week's ranking: Record Pis Pvs 1. North Carolina (46) 12-0 1243 1 2. Michigan (13) 3. Duke (4) 4.Syracuse 5. KANSAS 6. Georgia Tech 7. OKLAHOMA 8. Louisiana State 9. Memphis State 10. St. John's 11. Georgetown 12. Kentucky 13. Nev..las Vegas 14. Illinois 15. Indiana 16. Ala.-Birmingham 12-2 17. Notre Dame 18. Louisville 19. Texas-El Paso 20. Virginia Tech Others receiving votes: Purdue 34, Clemson 24, Arkansas 20, Bradley 19, Richmond 18, Maryland 17, Ohio State 13, Alabama 12, North Carolina State 12, Tennessee 12, Pittsburgh 9, Boston College 8, Michigan State 8, Iowa 7, Navy 6, Georgia 4, Pepperdine 4, Auburn 3, DePaul 1, Iowa State 1, St. Joseph's 1, Temple LTulsal, Virginia 1. College scores By The Associated Preii EAST Canislus 69, Vermont 66 SOUTH Bir.-Southern 77, Armstrong St. 67 Columbus77, Long Island U. 76 Florida Intl. 51, Valdoita 50 Glassboro St. 82, Barry 68 Marshall 76, Morehead St. 58 NorthCarolina 109, Florida St. 64 SI. Leol02, Spring Harbor 81 MIDWEST Dayton 67, Detroit 50 FAR WEST Idaho 65, San Francisco 60 Lubbock Coll. 60, Cal-Domlnguez Hills 58 College women By The Associated Press SOUTH (..Carolina 66, Indiana St. 56 FAR WEST Georgia 93, Long Beach St. 68 TOURNAMENTS Orange Bowl Classic Championship Texas 70, NE Louisiana 65 3rd Place Mississippi 79, Miami 61 5th Place Rutgers 73, Penn St. 65 7th Place Son Diego St. 73, W.Virginia 7! Top 2O results By The Associated Press How the Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press' college basketball poll fared Tuesday: No.l, North Carolina (13-0) beat Flor- Ida Stole 109-64 No.2, Michigan (12-0) did not play. No.3, Duke (n-0) did not ploy. No.4, Syracuse (8-0) did not play. No.5, Kansas (12-1) did not play. No.6, Georgia Tech (10-1) did not play. No.7, Oklahoma (11 -0) did not play. No.6, Louisiana State (12-0) did not ploy. No.9, Memphis State (11-0) did not ploy. No.10, St. John's (12-1) did not play. No.l 1, Georgetown (9-1) did not play. No.l 2, Kentucky (9-1) did not play. No.13, Nevada-Las Vegas (10-2) did not play. No.14, Illinois (9-2) did not ploy. No.15, Indiana (8-2) did not play. No.16, Alabama-Birmingham (12-2) did not play. No.17, Notre Dame (6-1) did not play. No.l 8, Louisville (6-3) did not play. No.l 9, Texas-El Paso (11-1) did not play. No.20, Virginia Tech (8-2) did not play. Top 20 women By The Associated Press How the Top 20 women's college basketball teams, as compiled by Mel Greenberg of the Philadelphia Inquirer, fared Wednesday: 1. Texas (8-0) beat Northeast Louisiana 70-65 2. Southern California (10-1) did not play. 3. Georgia (11-1) beat Long Beach Stale 93-68. 4. Long Beach State (7-1) lost to Georgia 93-68. 5. Virginia (11 -0) did not play. 6. Louisiana Tech (8-1) did not play. 7. Northeast Louisiana (6-2) lost to Texas 70-65 8. Mississippi (11 -2) beat Miami 79-61 9. Western Kentucky (9-1) did not play. 10. Auburn (11-1) did not play. 11. Tennessee (8-2) did not play. 12. Louisiana State (8-1) did not play. 13. Penn State (5-3) lost to Rutgers 7365 14. Ohio State (6-3) did not play. 15. Oklahoma (7-1) did not play. 16. Nevada-Las Vegas (7-3) did not ploy. 17. North Carolina (7-3) did not play. 18. North Carolina State (9-2) did not play. 19. Iowa (6-3) did not ploy. 20. Houston (8-1) did not play. Today's schedule 12-0 11-0 8-0 12-1 10-1 11-0 12-0 11-0 12-1 9-1 9-1 10-2 9-2 8-2 12-2 6-1 6-3 11-1 8-2 1183 1134 1055 W 941 136 742 727 689 661 605 420 381 359 348 231 201 180 41 2 3 4 6 7 1 9 10 11 5 13 12 16 17 14 18 15 19 Football WEDNESDAY, JANUARY! FOOTBALL Michigan vs. Nebraska in Fiesta Bowl, 12:30 p.m. Auburn vs. Texas ASM In Cotton Bowl, 12:30 p.m. Iowa vs. UCLA In Rose Bowl, 4 p.m. Miami, Fla., vs. Tennessee in Sugar Bowl, 7 p.m. Penn State vs. Oklahoma in Orange Bowl, 7 p.m. Tech clips Michigan State NFL Injury report New York (AP) — The Notional Fool- ball League Injury report as provided by the league: Saturday's Garnet AFC CLEVELAND AT MIAMI — Browns: T Paul Farren (knee) Is out. QB Gary Danlelson (shoulder) is doubtful. KR Clarence Weathers (shoulders) Is questionable. LB Tom Couslneau (wrist), LB Clay Matthews (grain), WR-KR Glen Young (shoulder) are probable. Dolphins: S Glenn Blackwood (ankle), NT Bill Barnett (shoulder) are questionable, T Jon Glesler (knee), FB Woody Bennett (pinched nerve), S Bud Brown (thigh), DE Kim Bokamper (shoulder) is probable. NFC DALLAS AT LOS ANGELES RAMS — Cowboys: CB Ron Fellows (calf) is questionable. DE Kevin Brooks (groin), T Jim Cooper (neck), TE Doug Cosbie (knee), RB Todd Fowler (knee), WR Tony Hill (hamstring), QB Gary Hogeboom (left shoulder), WR Karl Powe (calf), QB Danny White (left shoulder) are probable. Rams: G Dennis Harrah (calf) Is probable. Sunday's Games NFC NEW YORK GIANTS AT CHICAGO — Giants: CB Elvis Patterson (foot), CB-S Ted Watts (knee), RB Joe Morris (leg), NT Jim Burl (thumb) are probable. Bears: DT Steve McMlchael (knee) is probable. AFC NEW ENGLAND AT LOS ANGELES RAIDERS — Patriots: WR Derwin Williams (knee) Is out. TE Lin Dawson (knee), LB Brian Ingram (hamstring), CB Rod McSwain (thigh), LB Steve Nelson (shoulder), LB Ed Willliams are probable. Raiders: No injuries were reported. NFL playoffs By The Associated Press All Times CST First Round Saturday, Dec. 21 New England 26, New York Jets 14 Sunday, Dec. 29 New York Giants 17, San Francisco 3 Second Round Saturday, Jon. 4 Cleveland at Miami, 11:30 a.m. Dallas at Los Angeles Rams, 3 p.m. Sunday, Jan. 5 New York Giants at Chicago, 11:30 a.m. New England at Los Angeles Raiders, 3 p.m. Conference Championships Sunday, Jan. 12 SUPER BOWL XX Sunday,Jan.26 At New Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion, 4 p.m. Bowl schedule By The Associated Press AIITlmeiCST Dec. 14 California Bowl At Freino, Calif. Fresno State 51, Bowling Green 7 Dec. 21 Cherry Bowl AtPonllac.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.2i Blue-Gray Classic At Montgomery, Ala. Blue 27, Gray 20 Dec. 27 liberty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. Baylor 21, Louisiana St. 7 Dec. 21 Sun Bowl At El Paso, Texas Georgia 13, Arizona 13 Florida Citrus Bowl At Orlando, Fla. Ohio St. 10, Brigham Young 7 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 Bluebannet Bowl At Houston Air Force 24, Texas 16 Peach Bowl At Atlanta Army 31, Illinois 29 AII'Amerlcan Bowl At Birmingham, Ala. Georgia Tech 17, Michigan State 14 Jan.l Sunklit Fiesta Bowl AITempe.Arlz. 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. Rote Bowl At Paiodena, Calif. UCLA, 8-2-1, vs. Iowa, 10-1,4 p.m. Sugar Bowl 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. Jon.11 East-West Shrine Game At Son Francisco 2p.m. Hula Bowl At Honolulu 3p.m. Japan Bowl At Yokohama, Japan 8:30 p.m. Jan. II Senior Bowl At Mobile, Ala. 12p.m. Bluebonnet Bowl By The Associated Preis 1959—Clemson 23, Texas Christian 7 1960—Texas 3, Alabama 3 1961— Kansas 33, Rlce7 1962-Mlssourl 14, Georgia Tech 10 1963—Baylor 14, Louisiana St. 7 1964-Tulsa 14, Mississippi? 1965—Tennessee 27, Tulsa 6 1966—Texas 19, Mississippi 0 1967—Colorado 31, Miami (Fla.) 21 1968-Southern Meth. 28, Oklahoma 27 1969—Houston 36, Auburn 7 1970—Alabama 24, Oklahoma 24 1971—Colorado 29, Houston 17 1972—Tennessee 24, Louisiana St. 17 1973—Houston 47, Tulane 7 1974—North Carolina St. 31, Houston 31 1975—Texas 28, Colorado 21 1976-Nebraska 27, Texas Tech 24 1977—Southern Col 47, Texas ASM 28 1978—Stanford 25, Georgia 22 1979—Purdue 27, Tennessee 22 1980—North Carolina 16, Texas 7 1981—Michigan 33, UCLA 14 1982-Arkansas 28, Florida 24 1983—Oklahoma 24, Baylor 14 1984-West Virginia 31, Texas Chirs- lion 14 1985—Air Force 24, Texasl6 Peach Bowl By The Associated Press 1968—Louisiana St. 31, Florida St. 27 1969—West Virginia 14, South Carolina 3 1970-Arlzona St. 48, North Carolina 26 1971—Mississippi 41, Georgia Tech 18 1972—North Carolina St. 49, West Virginian 1973—Georgia 17, Maryland 16 1974—Vanderbilt 6, Texas Tech 6 1975—West Virginia 13, North Carolina St. 10 1976—Kentucky 21, North Carolina 0 1977—North Carolina St. 24, Iowa St. 14 1978—Purdue 41, Georgia Tech 21 1979-Baylor 24, Clemson 18 1980-MiamI (Fla.) 20, Virginia Tech 10 1981—West Virginia 26, Florida 6 1982—Iowa 28, Tennessee 22 1983-Florida St. 28, North Carolina 3 1984—Vlrgino 27, Purdue 24 1985-Army 31 .Illinois 29 147 120 189 176 Winnipeg 12 24 4 28 L.A. 10 21 4 24 Tueiday's Games Boston 6, Buffalo 6, tie Quebec 5, Hartford 1 N.Y. Islanders 5, Detroit 4, OT Pittsburgh 8, St. Louis 4 Minnesota 6, Calgary 3 Edmonton 4, Philadelphia 3 Wednesday's Games N.Y. Rangers at Washington, p.m. Montreal at Toronto, 6:35 p.m. Pittsburgh at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Thursday's Games ' Quebec at Hartford, 6:35 p.m. Buffalo at Detroit, 6:35 p.m. Boston at N.Y. Islanders, 7:05 p.m. Vancouver at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. Edmonton at Calgary, 6:35 p.m. Philadelphia at Los Angules, 9:35 p.m. 12:35 Soccer MISL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division Minnesota Cleveland Baltimore Pittsburgh Dallas Chicago Wichita San Diego Kansas City St. Louis Tacoma Los Angeles W 12 7 9 7 8 8 8 8 9 10 6 9 L Pet. .632 .563 .500 .500 .474 .400 GB IV, 2V, 2V, 3 4 Western Division 10 5 10 6 8 8 8 10 8 11 5 12 .667 .625 .500 .444 .421 .294 V, 2V, 3V, 4 6 Tuesday's Games No games scheduled BIRMINGHAM, Ala. (AP) — Malcolm King, Georgia Tech's leading runner, capped a fourth-period comeback with a 5-yard run to give the Yellow Jackets a 17-14 victory over Michigan State in the Ail- American Bowl Tuesday night. King, with 122 yards on 16 carries, scored with less than two minutes left, a few minutes after David Bell kicked a 40-yard field goal for Tech, which was trailing 14-7 at the time. Michigan State scored its touchdowns on passes of six and 27 yards from Dave Yarema to Mark Ingram. The nation's top runner, Lorenzo White, had his llth 100-yard game, picking up 158 yards on 33 carries. White had finished fourth in the Heisman Trophy voting in his sophomore season. Georgia Tech finished 9-2-1 and now is 15-8 in bowls. Michigan State ended at 7-5 and is 2-4 in bowls. The Yellow Jackets took the field without their top quarterback, John Dewberry, and two first-string receivers. They were among four players suspended for missing curfew after the team arrived Friday night. Todd Rampley started his first college game as Dewberry's replacement and completed his first three passes. He ended with 12 of 23 for 99 yards and one interception. MICHIGAN STATE VS. GOERGIA TECH GAME IN STATS MSU GnT First downs Rushes-yards Passing yards Return yards Passes Punts Fumbles-lost Penalties-yards Time of Possession 14 39-148 85 , 17 6-15-1 6-37 2-1 3-28 24:57 16 48-182 99 13 12-23-1 6-38 2-0 5-47 35:03 Individual Statistics RUSHING—Michigan State, White 33-158, Morse 2-8, Yarema 4-(minus 18). Georgia Tech, King 16-122, Kelsey B-30, Mays 9-20, Collier 610, Easley 1 -2, Rampley 8-(minus 2). PASSING—Michigan State, Yaremo 6-15-185. Georgia Tech, Rampley 12-23-1 -99. RECEIVING—Michigan State, Ingram 3-7, Rison 1-18, Belk 1-4, Morse 1-(minus 7). Georgia Tech, Collier 3-14, Mays 3-22, Kelsey 2-10, Massey 2-23, Davenport 1 -21, King 1-9. Scoring Summary Michigan St. 077 0—14 Georgia Tech 007 10—17 MS—Ingram 6 pass from Yarema (Caudell kick) GT—Rampley 1 run (Bell kick) MS—Ingram 27 pass from Yarema (Caudell kick) GT—FG Bell 40 GT—King 5 run (Bell kick) A—45,000 Rampley got Tech's first touchdown on a sneak after King ran 56 yards to the Michigan State 1-yard- line early in the second half. Michigan State's Chris Caudell and Bell both missed field goals of 49 yards in the second period before Bell started the Tech comeback with his 40-yarder in the final period. Tim Moore gave Michigan State the ball at the Georgia Tech 48 with an interception to set up the first Spartan touchdown. Yarema hit Ingram with a 37-yard pass to the 11. Three plays later, Ingram, completely uncovered on the left sideline, took a 6-yard toss in the end zone. State's Greg Montgomery punted out of bounds at the Georgia Tech 2 midway of the third period. Tech failed to get a first down, and a punt gave State the ball at the Tech 38. White picked up 11 and Yarema and Ingram then teamed for their second touchdown. Tech moved 57 yards from its 20 to set up Bell's field goal. On State's next possession, Tech's Riccardo Ingram knocked the ball loose from White and Pat Swilling recovered for Tech at the Spartan 42, and Tech began its winning drive. The Jackets got a big break when State was called for roughing Rampley, wiping out an interception by Anthony Bell and giving Tech a first down at the 30. Nate Kellsey, Jerry Mays and King moved the ball to the five and King ran it in. Sammy Lilly halted State's last chance with an interception with 54 seconds left. State's Ingram had three catches for 70 yards and was voted the most valuable player, although the ballots were collected before Tech pulled out the game. Wednesday's Gomel No games scheduled Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Games Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 7:05 p.m. Chicago at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. Kansas City at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. Tacoma at St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Wichita at Son Diego, 9:35 p.m. Etc. Tennis Money leaders By The Associated Press The Final 1985 Association of Tennis Professionals money leaders: 1. Ivan Lendl 2. John McEnroe 3.MatsWilander 4. Jimmy Connors 5. Stefan Edberg 6. Boris Becker 7. Anders Jorryd 8. TomasSmid 9. Tim Mayotte lO.YannlckNoah 11, Joaklm Nystrom 12. PaulAnnacone 13.JohanKr!ek U.KenFloch Hockey $1,063,074 895,6*1 617,197 462,336 431,652 397,757 383,322 309,710 303,842 302,881 298,272 272,739 238,274 224,920 NHL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts OF GA Phldlpha 28 10 0 56 175 117 'Washgtn 21 10 4 46 141 118 NYlsldrs 15 13 9 39 143 139 NYRangrs 17 19 2 36 138 131 Pittsbgh 16 IB 4 36 145 137 New Jersey 13 21 1 27 131 160 Adams Division Montreal 19 12 4 42 159 127 Boston 17 13 7 41 142 128 Quebec 19 15 2 40 144 120 Hartford 19 16 1 39 146 144 Buffalo IB 16 3 39 140 127 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division St. Louis 16 14 4 36 131 137 Chicago 15 16 4 34 153 166 Minnesta 14 16 7 35 158 145 Toronto 9 20 5 23 129 154 Detroit 8 24 4 20 118 191 Smythe Division Edmontn 26 7 4 56 198 147 Calgary 17 16 3 37 153 136 Vancver 13 21 4 30 141 162 Transactions By The Assocloted Press BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association NEW JERSEY NETS—Suspended Micheal Ray Richardson, guard, indefinitely without pay. FOOTBALL National Football League GREEN BAY PACKERS-Announced the resignation of Herb Paterra, linebacker coach, in order to become defensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills. Announced the resignation of Ken Riley, secondary coach, in order to become head coach at Florida A&M. HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES—Recalled Richard Hajdu, left wing, from Rochester of the Amnerican Hockey League. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS—Signed Miroslav Ihnacak, right wing, to a multiyear contract. COLLEGE FURMAN-Named Jimmy Sotterfleld head football coach. Ski report DENVER (AP) — Colorado Ski Country USA reports the following conditions at major Colorado ski areas on Tuesday, Dec. 31: Arapahoe Basin — 7 new, 59 depth, powder, packed powder. Aspen Highlands — 6 new, 39 depth, powder, packed powder. Aspen Mountain — 4 new, 20 depth, powder, packed powder. Buttermilk — 5 new, 32 base, powder, packed powder. Beaver Creek — 5'/i new, 36 depth, powder, packed powder. Berthoud Pass — open, no rnport. Breckenrldge — 8 new, 38 depth, powder, packed powder. Ski Broadmoor — t new, 14 depth, 100 percent snowmaklng, packed powder. Conquistador — 0 new, 23 depth, 100 percent snowmoklng, hard pocked. Ski Cooper — 6 new, 48 depth, powder, packed powder. Copper Mountain — 6 new, 39 depth, powder, packed powder. Crested Butte — 14 new, 47 depth, powder, packed powder. Cuchara Valley — 1 V, new, 16 depth, 100 percent snowmaklng, hard packed. Eldora — 3 new, 24 aepth, 93 percent snowmaklng, packed powder, hard packed: Ski Estes Park — No report. Geneva Basin — Not open. Ski Idlewlld - 4 new, 32 depth, powder, packed powder. Keystone — 8 new, 533 depth, power, packed powder. Loveland Basin and Valley — 8 new, 549 depth, powder, packed powder. Monarch — 6 new, 46 depth, powder, packed powder. Powderhorn — 6 new, 44 depth, powder, packed powder. Purgatory — 3 new, 50 depth, powder, packed powder. Shark Tooth — 0 new, 10 depth, 100 percent snowmaking, pocked powder. Silver Creek — 2 new, 29 depth, 40 percent snowmaklng, powder, packed powder. Snowmass — 5 new, 40 depth, powder, packed powder. St. Mary's Glacier — No report. Steamboat Springs — 2 new, 43 depth, packed powder. Sunlight — 7 new, 41 depth, powder, packed powder. Telluride — 7 new, 45 depth, powder, packed powder. Vail — 5 new, 32 depth, powder, packed powder. Winter Park — 5 new, 33 depth, powder, packed powder. Mary Jane — TV, new, 48 depth, powder, packed powder. Wolf Creek — 1 new, 82 depth, powder, packed powder. 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. For updates, call (303) 837-9907. Missouri wins Rainbow Classic By The Associated Press Missouri won the Rainbow Classic Tournament in Hawaii and Nebraska took third place in the Sun Bowl while Iowa State fell victim to Illinois as Big Eight teams Monday night wound up holiday activity Illinois Big Eight basketball guard Tony Wy singer sank three free throws in the final 48 seconds of a non- conference game Monday night to lift Illinois to a 64-62 college basketball win over Iowa State. The Big Ten Ulini, who sank eight of nine free-throw attempts in the final four minutes and 35 seconds, improved to 9-2. Iowa State of the Big Eight conference fell to 9-3. In the Sun Bowl Classic in El Paso, Texas, Nebraska center Dave* Hoppen scored 19 points to lead the Cornhuskers to a 6946 consolation game victory over Ohio State. Brian Can- and John Matzke each added 10 to help the Cornhukers, 8-3, to an upset victory over the Buckeyes, 6-3. Hoppen, improved his college scoring total to 1,994 points—6 points shy of the 2,000 point mark, which has been attained by only three players in Big Eight history. Dan Bingenheimer scored 21 points and Derrick Chievous added 20 as Missouri held off a late rally to defeat Washington State 70-63 in the title game of the 22nd annual Rainbow Classic tournament. The victory boosted Missouri's season record to 10-4. The Tigers grabbed a 36-20 halftime lead, increased it to 22 points at 49-27 with 12:58 left and then had to withstand a furious Cougar rally led by point guard Keith Morrison. Missouri regrouped behind Chievous .who had six consecutive free throws as the Tigers pulled back in front at 70-55 with 1:38 to play. The Cougars rallied again to cut it to 7063. Bingenheimer and Chievous were selected to the Rainbow Classic all tournament team. Singletary named top defender CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears middle linebacker Mike Singletary, who led his team in tackles the past three years with his lightning speed and hitting prowess, was named the NFL's defensive player of the year Tuesday by the Associated Press. Singletary, whose abilities are considered the key to the Bears' overpowering defense, topped defensive end Howie Long of the Los Angeles Raiders and linebacker Andre Tippett of the New England Patriots in voting by three writers or broadcasters representing each of the NFL's 28 franchises. The 6-foot, 228 pounder from Singletary Baylor gave his fellow players partial credit for his success. "I'm blessed to be in the right place at the right time," Singletary said."Any time I receive any honors at all I look at my defensive linemen and even the defensive backs I work with. I'm grateful we work together as well as we do." Bears coach Mike Ditka, himself the winner of the coach of the year award after guiding Chicago to a 15-1 record this season, said, "They couldn't pick a better one." Singletary, the Bears' defensive captain, "is a great example of what a football player should be," Ditka said. "He works harder than anyone we have on the team. Singletary was selected by the Bears in the second round of the 1981 draft, lasting that long because he was thought to be too short for an NFL linebacker. He has compensated for that with speed that allows him to cover from sideline-to-sideline in the Bears' "46" defense, which often leaves him alone in the middle of the field. Singletary also makes up for his height with his hitting ability and rarely misses a man once he has him in his sights. "I think it's a reflection on our defensive coordinator, Buddy Ryan," Singletary said. "Everything we do as a defense reflects Buddy Ryan. He gets the game plan together. It's not designed for one particular individual to do it all." Singletary, who has played middle linebacker since high school, credited high school Coach Oliver Brown at Houston Worthing with teaching him, "it's not always how big or how fast, it's the desire you have to be the best." At Baylor, linbacker coach Corky Nelson showed me "what playing line is all about, being smart, tough and aggressive." Ditka said Singletary "is a joy to be around. He enjoys it and he works at it and it rubs off on the young people when he watches extra films and shows leadership in other areas." UTEP cracks Top 20 rankings EL PASO, Texas (AP) — Texas-El Paso, which had a glorious weekend beating Georgetown, Ohio State and Alabama, caught a berth in The Associated Press Top Twenty for the first time this year. The Miners, 11-1, edged Ohio State, 58-57, Sunday and Alabama, 74-62, Monday in their own Sun Bowl tour- AP poll in Scoreboard nament after dealing Georgetown its first defeat of the year in a 14-point victory Friday. The defeat dropped Georgetown six spots in the poll to llth. Texas-El Paso, which attracted national attention with the win over the Hoyas, moved into the select group at No. 19. UTEP coach Don Raskins believes it was about time. "I think it's good for our team," Raskins said. "We're going into (Western Athletic) conference play and some people don't think we're the best team in our league." Alabama forward Buck Johnson, who was named to the Sun Bowl All- Tournament team, agreed with Haskins. "They play real high and together," Johnson said of the Miners. North Carolina received 46 of the 63 first-place votes in the nationwide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters to remain atop the AP poll for the sixth straight week. The Tar Heels, who finished with 1,143 points, won the Orange Bowl tournament and improved their record to 12-0 with a 12945 beating of Manhattan and a 115-63 romp over Brown. Michigan is second, followed by Duke and Syracuse, rounding out the same top four teams as in the last three weeks. Michigan, 12-0, got 13 first-place votes and 1,183 points. Duke, 11-0, received the other four first-place votes and 1,134 points, while Syracuse had 1,055 points. Kansas, Georgia Tech, Oklahoma, Louisiana State, Memphis State and St. John's each improved one spot from last week's to round out the latest Top Ten. Kansas, 12-1, won the BMA Classic over Lntra-state rival Wichita State and received 997 points. Georgia Tech, 10-1, won the Cotton States Classic with easy victories over Texas and Navy and was next in the poll with 941 points. That was 105 points better than 11-0 Oklahoma, champion of the All-College Tournament. Louisiana State, 12-0, was eighth with 742 points. It was followed by Memphis State, 11-0, the Holiday Classic champion with 727 points; and St. John's, 12-1 and 689 points, winner of the ECAC Holiday Festival. Georgetown, starting the Second Ten, received 661 points, followed by Kentucky, Nevada-Las Vegas, Illinois, Indiana, Alabama- Birmingham, Notre Dame, Louisville, Texas-El Paso and Virginia Tech. DePaul, 5-3, dropped out of the Top Twenty after losing to Purdue and Navy before edging Texas by one point. Bears find bad weather in Georgia SUWANEE, Ga. (AP) — The Chicago Bears went south to escape the bad weather but ended up practicing Tuesday in driving rain with temperatures in the 30s. Conditions actually may have been more conducive to football in Chicago, where temperatures were in the high 20s but with no rain or snow to hamper throwing and running. "It's great to be practicing here in Antarctica, I mean Atlanta," joked Chicago Coach Mike Ditka, his cheeks red from the cold. "We brought our own weather down here. Wejustlovedit." The Bears, whose 15-1 record is the best in this season's National Football League, play the New York Giants in a playoff game Sunday in Chicago. "It won't be much colder in Chicago Sunday than it was today," he said. Actually, Ditka said the Bears had a good practice, working longer than they expected. They also spent more time working on running instead of passing, he said. "We haven't been on grass in a long time, and the guys really enjoyed it," he said of the Atlanta Falcons' practice field. The only casualty was reserve receiver Brad Anderson, who injured his thumb, Ditka said. The thumb was to be X-rayed Tuesday night, Ditka said, making Anderson's status unknown. Reserve running back Calvin Thomas also aggravated a knee problem but isn't expected to be sidelined, Ditka said. Temperatures were expected to climb into the 50s Wednesday, with sunny skies, said the National Weather Service. Asked what he planned to do New Year's Eve, Ditka replied "stay off (Highway) 294," referring to the Chicago-area road where he was arrested for driving under the influence of alcohol in October. "If I can work on my gin game, that's what I'll do," he said. Green Bay loses two coaches GREEN BAY, Wis. (AP) — Herb Paterra and Ken Riley, coaches under whom the Green Bay Packers' defense improved from 28th to 12th in the National Football League in two years, are leaving for other coaching jobs. The Packers announced Tuesday that Paterra, who had been coaching the Green Bay linebackers, was leaving to become defensive coordinator of the Buffalo Bills. And Florida A&M University disclosed later in the day that Riley, who has been coaching the Green Bay secondary, is the new head coach at the school. The moves came two days after it was disclosed that Bob Schnelker had been fired as the Packers' offensive coordinator.

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