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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Friday, January 3,1986 Page 10 Basketball NBA standings AIITImwCST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I PC). Boston 24 7 .774 Philadelphia 30 13 .635 New Jersey 30 13 .606 Washington 16 15 .516 New York 11 33 .333 Central Division Milwaukee 33 13 .647 Atlanta 15 15 .500 Detroit 15 18 .455 Cleveland 14 18 438 Chicago 14 31 .400 Indiana 9 23 .290 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 20 13 625 Denver 19 12 613 San Antonio 19 13 594 Utah 17 16 515 Dallas 14 15 483 Sacramento 9 22 290 Pacific Division I. A. lakers 25 5 333 Portland 20 16 556 Seattle 12 30 375 Golden Stole 12 23 353 Phoenix 10 19 345 L.A. Clippers 1' 21 344 Gt _ 4 ! i 5 8 14 _ 5 b.'i 7 8'/, 1 1 i — i 1 3 , 4 i 10 i _ e 14 15 14 ; 15 N. Carolina St. 77, Georgia Tech 69 South Carolina 81. Florida St. 57 Tulone77.Phillipi73.OT MIDWEST Boll St. 78. E. Michigan 74 Bowling Green 82. Miami, Ohio 57 Cent. Michigan 66, W. Michigan 61 E. Illinois 95. Wichita 51. 80 Illinois St. 74. III.-Chicago 44 OhioU. 83. N. Illinois 69 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 90. So. Methodist 78 Texas 93, Houston 66 Teias ASM 92. Baylor 70 Texas Christian 73. Rice 63 FAR WEST California 73. Chapman 55 TOURNAMENTS Central Florida Flrct Round Cent. Florida 93. FoiHe-jh Dickinson Today's schedule 74 Wednesday's Gome Philadelphia 121. Portland 119 OT Thursday's Games Washington 115. New fork 109 Boston 123 Indiono 104 Chicago 131 Detroil 123 Houston ot Golden State X San Antonio at Socramento n, Friday's Gomes Hew Jersey at Boston 6 30 p m Detroit ot Atlanta. 6:30 p.m. Milwaukee ct Washington 7 p.m L.A. Clippers at Cleveland 7 p.m Utah ot L. A. Lakers. 9:30 p m Phoenix at Portland 9 30 p m. Denver ot Seattle, 9 30p.m. NBA boxscores BULLETS 115. KNICKS 109 Washington (IIS) Robinson 11-19 6-6 23 Roundfield 2-5 0-04,BolO-20-00, Malone 16-21 5-637 G.Williams 15-21 1-1 32 McMillen 5-7 4-5 14. Brodley 0-1 0-0 0 Jones 0-0 0-0 0. F.V/illiams 0-4 0-0 0. Totals 49-60 16-13 115. New York 1109) Cummings7-122-2 16. Orr 7-14 4-6 13 Ewing 2-13 7-12 11 Sparrow 3-5 0-0 6 Tucker 6-10 0-0 13, Boiley 1-4 0-0 2 Walker 5-11 6-6 16 Grunfeld 1-6 4-4 6 Bannister 1-3 0-0 2 Will-ins 3-14 2-2 19.Totals 41.92 25-32 109. Washington 27 32 55 21-115 New York 22 29 27 31-109 Three-point goals—G Williams Wilkins. Tucker. Fouled out—Robinson Rebounds—Washington 39 ,'Rooinson 13). New York 52 !Ewmg 9,. Assists—Washington 38 'G.Williams 12, Ne« York 26 (Ewing. Sparrow Grunfeld 5,. Total fouis—Washington 22, New York 22. Technicals—New York, illegal ae- lense. A-13 128. CELTICS 123. PACEB 104 Boston (122) McHole 6-18 1-2 17 Bird 9-20 8-10 27, Parish 5-11 1-1 i Johnson 14-30 1-329, Amge 4-5 22 i' Vincent 2-3 2-3 6. Sichtmg 3-5 6-6 12, Walton 1-3 1-2 3, Wedmon 3-5 0-0 6 Carlisle 0-0 0-0 0, Thirdkill 0-0 0-0 0. Kite 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 49-8922-27123. Indiana (104) Tisdole 9-13 0-0 18. Williams 6-14 5-7 '7,Stiponovich6-ll 4-716. Richardson 69 3-3 15, Fleming 7-14 4-4 18, Stansbury 1-43-34. Anderson 3-6 0-0 6. Gray 1 -3 00 2. Buckner 1-10-03. Garnet! 0-0 0-0 0. Martin 2-5 2-2 6, McClam 0-1 0-00. Totals 42-8120-36104. Boston 30 35 23 34-122 Indiono 33 26 19 24-104 Three-point goals—Bird. Ainge. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Boston 40 (Bird 13), Indiana 50 (Stiponovich 11). Assists— Boston 29 (Bird 8). Indiana 25 (Fleming 9). Total fouls—Boston 35, Indiana 36. Technicals—Tisdale. Buckner, Anderson. A—14.974. BULLS 131, PISTONS 122 Detroit (122) Tripucka 10-16 5-7 25. Mohorn 3-6 0-0 6. Laimbeer 11-17 2-2 24, Long 9-17 0-0 18, Thomas 9-20 9-9 29. Cureton 3-5 2-5 8. Johnson 1-4 4-5 6. Campbell 2-3 0-1 4 Dumars 1 -3 0-0 2. Totals 49-91 33-39 133. Chicago (131) Woolridge 10-196-7 26, Green 8-14 3-3 19. Oldham 2-2 0-0 4. Mocy 2-2 0-0 5. Gervin 9-14 4-5 22. Corzine 3-6 3-6 9. Dailey 10-20 6-7 26, Poxson 4-5 0-0 8. flanks 2-3 4-4 8, Oakley 2-4 0-0 4.Totals 52-8936-33131. Detroit 31 36 26 29-122 Chicago 34 33 24 40-131 Three-point goals—Thomas 2. Mocy. Fouled out—Paxson. Rebounds—Detroit 27 (Laimbeer 9). Chicago 50 (Conine 13). Assists—Detroit 30 (Thomas 8). Chicago 32 (Paxson 8). Total fouls—Detroit 24, Chicago 28. Technical—Detroit illegal defense. A-13,347. College scores EAST Brown 90. American U. 85 Campbell 73, Cent. Connecticut 59 Fairmont SI. 93, Pikeville 75 Harvard 68, Lafayette 58 Jersey City St. 110, Wagner 95 Lehigh 90, Columbia 34 Louisiana Tech 84, lona 54 New Hampshire 73, Dartmouth 64 Panther Valley 51, Ml. Carmel 36 Pittsburgh 80. Georgetown 76 St. John's 95, Providence 90, OT SI. Peter's 69, La Salle 63 Utico 88, Cornell 78 Wesleyan 77. Malone 76 Yale 86. Holy Cross 77 SOUTH Alabama 71, Mississippi St. 63. OT Atlantic Christian 69. St. Leo 53 Baptist 98, Judson 50 Berea 103, Thomas More 38 Campbell 73. Cent. Connecticut 59 Eckerd 92. Franklin 80 Fairfield56, Miami, Flo. 47 Florida 77, Tennessee 75, OT Georgia St. 71, Houston Baptist 70, OT Jacksonville 103. Bethune-Cookman 54 Kentucky Wesleyan 95. Ind.-Pur.-Ft. Wayne 63 Louisiana St. 85, Georgia 73 Middle Tenn. 118. Freed Hardeman 52 Miss. Valley St. 87, Nicholls SI. 69 N. Alabama 77, Arkansas Coll. 55 N. Kentucky 96, Urbana 84 Rollins 59. Central 55 S. Mississippi 90. Fredonia St. 59 Samford 66, Hardin-Simmons 65 South Carolina 63. Cincinnati 56 Tampa 73, Barry 55 Vonderbilt 81. Mississippi 70 Virginia 73, Hartford 54 Virginia Tech 74. James Madison 65 Xavier, Ohio 77, Stetson 70 MIDWEST Ball St. 70, E.Michigan 59 Drake 65. W.Texas St. 58 Evansville 71, Morehead St. 48 Illinois 76, Minnesota 57 Indiana St. 73. Butler 54 Kansas St. 56. Marquette 55 Miami, Ohio 62, Bowling Green 54 Michigan 74. Indiana 69 N. Dakota St. 72, Mankato St. 47 Ohio St. 84. Michigan SI. 73 OhioU. 68, No. Illinois63 Purdue 76. Iowa 73, OT W. Michigan 74, Cent. Michigan 63 SOUTHWEST 50. Methodist 71, Arkansas 66 Texas Christian 66. Rice 64 TulsaBI. Oral Roberts65 TOURNAMENTS National Catholic Tournament 1st Round Belmont Abbey 53, Siena Hts. 44 51. Francis. Ind. 82. Marycrest 68 St. Thomas Aquinas 85, Cardinal StritchSS Xavier, La. 81. St. Mary's, Kan. 56 WOMEN EAST Manhattan 84. lona 58 Pittsburgh 65, Georgetown 55 Providence 80, Seton Hall 70 Syracuse 62. 51. John's 56 Villanova 67, Boston Coll. 61 SOUTH Alabama 57, Mississippi St. 54 Furman7l, N.C. Charlotte66 FRIDAY, JAN. 3 BASKETBALL Marymount ot Westmont (Calif.) Tournament Solino Central ot McPherson. 7:45 p.m. McPherson ot Solina Central girls. 7:45 p.m. Football College men PITT 10. GEORGETOWN 7i Georgetown (74) Williams 4.11 1-49 Wingate 4-134-5 13. Dolton5-134.514. R. Jackson 8-15 36 19 Broodnax 2-7 3-4 7. Moteen 2-4 1-1 5 McDonald 1-1 2-44 Winston 0-2 0-0 0. J. Jockson 2-4 0-0 4, Edwards 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 39-71 13-2976 Pittsburgh (10) Lone 3-6 3-7 9 Gore 8-13 4-6 20 Smith 7-130-014 Do<id 1 -4 2-2 4 Aiken 7-14 4418 Shepherd 4.9 5-6 13 Armstrong 1-1 D-l 2 Totals 31-5816-26 30. Holftime—Pittsburgh 32. Georgetown 30 Fouled out-Broodnax Smith Gore. Tote! fouis—Pittsburgh 26 Georgetown 23 Rebounds—Georgetown 47 'Dalton 10;. Pittsburgh 36 'Smith 9i. Assists—Pittsburgh 20 'Dovid 3; Georgetown 11 :Wingol«5,.A-16046. MICHIGAN 74. INDIANA 69 Michigan (74) Relllord 4.7 2-3 10 Wode 0-0 5-6 5 To'pley 3-14 4.4 20 Jouben 3-3 12-1518 Grant 9-133-62! Henderson 0-00-00. Thompson 0-1 0-1 0. Rice 0-00-00. Totals 24-4326-3574 Indiana (M) Callowoy7.li 3-417 Horns 5-7 0-1 10 Thomas 4-5 0-0 3 Alford 9-15 2-4 20 Morgan 4-5 0-0 8 Joolow 1-2 0-1 2 Robinson 2-2 0-04. Eyl 0-1 0-00 WitteO-0 0-00. Totals 32-48 5-1069 Holftime—Michigan 35 Indiana 27. Fouled oui—Horns Thomas Morgan. Rebounds—Michigan 26 'Torpley 7; In- diono 19 (Harris 5,. Assists—Michigan 14 (Joubert 6j Inciona 13 [Morgan 5j. Total fouls—Michigan 17 Indiana 26. Technical—Indiana bench. A—17 253. ST. JOHN'S 95, PROVIDENCE W St. John's (95) Gloss 4-5 4-4 12. S Jones 3-6 6-6 12. Berry 13-15 11-14 35. Jockson 6-114-416. Rowan 5-72-312 Soldi 1-1 0-0 1. Hempel 2-4 2-2 6, Totals 33-49 29-33 95 Providence (90) Kipfer 7-13 5-6 19. Lewis 4-8 0-0 8. S. Wright 2-5 0-0 4, Palazzi 1-1 3-2 4, Dono.an 8-18 1-1 17, Brown 2-4 0-1 4, Storks 6-13 4-5 16. Roth 4-9 4-4 13 D Wright 0-10-00. Duda 1-3 4-6 6. Totals 35-7520-2590. Halftime— St. John's 51, Providence 45. Regulation—St. John's 86. Providence 86. Fouled out—Kipfer. Rebounds—St. John's 30 (Berry 13). Providence 27 (Kipfer 6). Assists—St. John's 19 (Jackson 8), Providence 17 (Donovan 5). Total fouls—St. John's 14. Providence 20. Technicals—St. John's Coach Car- nessoco. A—10,386. LSU U.GEORGIA 73 Georgia (73) McMillan 2-5 0-0 4, Ward 8-15 4-8 30, Dunn 4-6 0-0 8, Williams 5-13 0-0 10. Hartry 6-10 3-3 14, Hamilton 3-4 1-2 5, C.Kessler 2-4 0-2 4. Anderson 4-6 0-0 8. Totals 33-63 7-14 73. Louisiana St. (K) Williams 5-100-0 10, N.Wilson 9-17 1-2 19, Blonton 1-3 1-1 3. Taylor 6-12 5-5 17. Redden 8-16 0-0 16, A.Wilson 8-14 3-3 18, Brown 0-0 2-2 2, Vargas 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 37-7311-1285. Halftime—LSU 41. Georgia 32. Fouled out—Anderson. Rebounds—Georgia 29 (Ward, Williams 6), LSU 41 (N.Wilson 12). Assists—Georgia 7 (Hartry 3). LSU 13 (Taylor, Redden 3). Total fouls—Georgia 140, LSU 13. A-14.236. ILLINOIS 76, MINNESOTA 57 Minnesota (57) lee 4-6 2-3 10. Kelvin Smith 1-31-3 3, Shosky 1-6 0-0 2. Wilson 6-11 3-5 15, Alexander 1 -60-0 2. Kevin Smith 5-103-4 13. Williams 2-5 0-1 4. Anderson 2-4 0-0 4, Hanson 0-0 0-0 0. Gaffney 1-2 0-0 2, Holmgren 1-10-03. Totals 34-54 9-15 57. Illinois (76) Welch 8-12 1-1 17, Winters 5-8 2-2 13, Norman 4-8 1-2 9. Wysinger 8-11 3-4 19, Douglas 6-10 2-2 14, Meenls 0-3 0-0 0. Blackwell 1-31-1 3. Hamilton 1-3 0-0 2. Taylor 0-1 0-0 0, Kujawa 0-3 0-0 0, Keller 0-0 0-0 0. Blab 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 33-58 101276. Halftime—Illinois 40, Minnesota 31. Fouled Out — None. Rebounds- Minnesota 23 (Lee 6), Illinois 35 (Norman 7). Assists Minnesota 10 (Wilson 3). Illinois 17 (Douglas 8). Total louls—Minnesota 14, Illinois 11. Techni- cal-None.A-13.339. DRAKE 65, W.TEXAS ST. 58 We«ITe«oiSI.(5») Graham 5-9 5-10 15, Singletary 6-11 12 13, Davis 6-90-0 12, Woods 5-60-0 10. Johnson 2-6 0-0 4, Childs 1-61-23, Lotus 0-01-31.Totals 35-478-1658. Drake(65) Mathis 7-14 3-4 17, Miller 8-13 0-0 16, Martin 4-6 6-6 14, Friedrick 3-4 2-3 8, Morgan 2-7 2-3 6, Henderson 0-6 2-4 2, Dahlke 1-1 0-0 2, Zingg 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 25-5215-2065. Halftime: Drake 37, West Texas St. 28. Fouled out—Johnson, Friedrick. Rebounds—West Texas 19 (Graham 8). Drake 37 (Morgan 13). Assists—West Texas 15 (Davis 6), Drake 16 (Henderson 7). Total fouls—West Texas 20 Drake 13 A-4,350. NATIONAL CATHOLIC TOURNAMENT AtDubuque, Iowa First Round LORIS 88, KANSAS NEWMAN SO Kansas Newman (SO) Alexander 3-4 1-4 5. Adams 7-15 4-4 18. Handy 1-4 1-3 3, Schumacher 0-50-0 0. Movec 3-9 3-4 7, Fischer 4-8 2-2 10. Friess 2-9 0-0 4, Coglman 1-4 1-2 3. TOTALS 19-5812-1950. Loris, Iowa (SB) Burn 5-7 0-0 10, Watson 0-2 1-21. Rupp 3-6 0-0 6, Geodken 7-91-215, Drilling 5-7 0-0 10, Grebeash 3-3 3-4 9, Disney 8-8 2-4 18, McCreedy 3-60-04, Barbaro 0-20-40, Schmitl 7-12 I-2 15. Totals 40-62 8-18 88. Halftime — Loris 44, Kansas Newman 14. Total fouls — Kansas Newman 20, Loris 17. Fouled out — Alexander (KN). NFL playoffs Notional Football L*ogut Playoff* All Timts CST First Round Saturday, 0*c. 28 New England 26 New York Jets U Sunday. D*c. W New York Giants 17. San Francisco 3 Second Round Saturday, Jon. 4 Cleveland at Miami. 11.30 p.m. Dallas at ios Angeles Rams 3 p.m Sunday,Jon. 5 New York Giants ot Chicago 11 30 p.m. New England at Los Angeles Raiders 3 p.m. Conftrtnc* Championships Sunday,Jan. 12 SUPER BOWL XX Sunday. Jan. 2i At Ntw Orleans AFC champion vs. NFC champion i p.m. Bowl games All Times CST Dec. 14 California Bowl AtFretno.Cal'rf. Fresno SioteSi Soiling Green 7 Dec. 21 Cherry Bowl AtPontioc.Mich. Maryland 35 Syracuse 18 Independence Bowl AlShreveport.la. Minnesota 20 C!emson13 Dec. 22 Holiday Bowl At San Diego Arkansas 18. Arizona St. 17 Dec. 25 Blue-Gray Classic At Montgomery, Ala. Blue 27. Gray 30 Dec. 27 liberty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. Baylor 21. Louisiana St. 7 Dec. 3! Sun Bowl AtEIPoso.Texas Georgia 13, Arizona 13. tie Florida Citrus Bawl Al Orlando. Fla. Ohio St. 10, Brighom Young 7 Aloha Bowl At Honolulu Alabama 34, Southern California 3 Dec. 30 Freedom Bowl At Anaheim, Calif. Washington 20. Colorado 17 Gator Bowl Al Jacksonville. Fla. Florida St. 34, Oklahoma St. 23 Dec. 31 Bluebonnet Bawl At Houston Air Force 24, Texas 16 Peach Bowl At Atlanta Army 31, Illinois 29 All-American Bowl At Birmingham, Ala. Georgia Tech 17, Michigan St. 14 Jan. I Sunlclst Fiesta Bowl AtTempe, Ariz. Michigan 27, Nebraska23 Cotton Bowl At Dallas Texas ASM 36, Auburn 16 Rose Bowl At Pasadena, Calif. UCLA 45. Iowa 28 Sugar Bowl At New Orleans Tennessee35, Miami, Fla. 7 Orange Bowl At Miami Oklahoma 25, Penn St. 10 Jan.II Eait-Weit Shrine Game At San Francisco Jock Sutherland. Pittsburgh. 1937 Jim Totum. Maryland. 1953 Murray Wormoth. Minnesota. 1950 Golf Spai'jfing Inv. PEBB'.c BEACH CoM AP - Scores ofler Thursdoy s firs! round of the 5200 000 Spolding Invitotional golf tour- ployed on three courses: KCAC women ABILENE CHRISTIAN 19, FRIENDS M Abilene Christian (»9) Schleyer 11 2-4 24. Bidwell 4 0-1 8, Moore 12 2-2 26, Conner I 0-0 2. Dill 2 1 -3 5. Spring 4 0-0 8. Mouse 5 2-2 12, Moore 1 2-34.Totals 409-1589 Friends (M) Smith 5 4-4 14, Wotson 0 2-4 2, Blankenship 3 0-0 6, Babb 01-21, Balthazor 3 1 -2 7. Adams 3 2-2 8, Wimmer 6 10-1022, Kaulman 0 1-2 1, Vonbeek 1 5-11 7 Totals 21 26-37 68. HALFTIME - Abilene Christian 39 Friends 32. TOTAL FOULS — Abilene 30 Friends 16. FOULED OUT — Dill Spring (AC) Balthazor (F). Jr. High girls SE-SALINE33, SACRED HEART 12 Southeast ol Saline 3 16 6 8 — 33 Sacred Heart 4 6 0 2—12 Southeast of Saline — Moran 13, Perez 8. Clark 5, Hagen 4, Smith 2. Sacred Heart — Clark 4, Burgardt 4, Sibilla 2, Hermes 1. Jr. High boys SE-SALINE 32, SACRED HEART 24 Southeast ol Saline 8 6 8 10 —32 Sacred Heart 7 6 8 4 — 26 Southeast ol Saline — Reed IS, Flelcher9, Siegreist4, Chisam4. Sacred Heart — Denning 8. Hebert 5, Rundel 4, Stithem 4, Hamsmann 3, Rasener2. B-team — Sacred Heart 15, Southeast ol Saline 14. George Archer Don Forsman Ancy North Don Bies Ron Cerrucio A! Chandler Potty SneeHon Jjl,i-kster W.keRei: Baaby Clompett Donny Edwards Don Pooiey Alice Miller DcnHa'Ido'son Ti^n Norris Jon Stephenson Howard Clark Rick Rhoods David Glenz Peter Oosterhuis Buddy Gardner JaneBlaiock Dick lotz Winslow Woodord Mark Brooks Ernie George Greg Norman John MahaHey Ronnie Block Lennie Clements Tim Simpson Val Skinner Bob Eastwood Beth Daniel 29-36—65 32-33—65 32-33—65 32-35—66 34-33—67 35-33—68 33-35-68 37-31—68 33-35—66 34-34—68 34-34—68 34-34-48 35-34—69 37-32—69 34-35—69 36-33-49 35-34—69 34-36—70 36-34-70 36-34-70 36-34-70 34-36—70 35-35—70 36-34-70 35-36—71 36-35—71 38-33—71 35-36—71 38-33—71 37-34-71 36-35-71 36-35—71 37-34-71 34-37—71 PGA scores PARADISE ISLAND, Bahamas (AP) — First round scores Thursday in the S300,- 000 Bohamos Classic on the 6.976 yird, por-72 Paradise Island Golf Club course: Boblohr Davis Love III Mark McCumber Ed Fiori Scott Hoch BobTwoy Jim Thorpe Jeff Lewis Willie Wood Doug Tewell Jeff Sluman Donnie Hammond Mark Hayes Halelrwin Ron Streck Mike Donald Paul Azinger Clarence Rose Brad Fabel MocO'Grody J.C. Sneod 2p.m. 3p.m. 8:30 p.m. Hula Bowl At Honolulu Japan Bowl At Yokohama,Japan Jan.II Senior Bowl At Mobile. Ala. 33-31—64 32-33—65 32-34—66 32-35—67 33-34-47 32-35-67 34-34—68 35-33—68 35-33-68 35-34—69 32-37—69 34-35-49 32-37—69 37-33—70 35-35-70 36-34-70 37-33-70 34-36—70 37-34-71 34-37—71 37-34—71 Hockey W L 28 10 22 10 16 13 17 20 16 19 13 21 T Prs GF GA 0 56 175 117 4 48 144 118 9 41 150 144 2 36 138 134 4 36 149 144 1 27 131 160 161 147 147 142 148 12p.m. Preseason poll The Top Twenty teams in the preseason Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, 1984 record, total points based on 20-19-18-17-16-15-14-13-12-11-10-9-8-7-6- S-4-3-2-1 and last year's ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1 .Oklahoma (23) 9-2-1 1.090 2.Auburn(13) 9-4-0 1,037 3.SMU13) 10-2-0 924 4.lowo(7) 8-4-1 837 S.Florida (4) 9-1-1 788 6.SouthernCal(2) 9-3-0 754 7.Maryland(3) 9-3-0 738 S.Ohio State 9-3-0 709 9.Nebroska 10-2-0 676 lO.BYU(l) 13-0-0 608 11.Illinois (2) 7-4-0 599 12.Woshinglon (2)11-1-0 578 13.LSU 8-3-1 447 U.Notre Dame 7-5-0 426 IS.Arkansas 7-4-1 378 16.OklahomaSt. 10-2-0 319 7 17.SouthCarolina 10-2-0 309 11 18.Penn State 6-5-0 218 - 19.Florida State 7-3-2 195 17 20.UCLA 9-3-0 175 9 Others receiving votes: Georgia 130, Alabama 92, Houston 89, Texas 59, Georgia Tech 47, Boston College 40. Arizona Stale 38, West Virginia 34, Clemson 31, Tennessee 30, Miami, Fla. 27, Virginia 33, Kansas 18, Texas Christian 18, Texas ASM 15, Kentucky 14, Purdue 13, Arizona 13, Texas Tech 13, Michigan 10, Pittsburgh 10. Washington Stole 9, Navy 6, Air Force 5, Baylor 5, Stanford 4, Syracuse 4, Mississippi State 3, Bowling Green 2, Wisconsin 2, Army I, Hawaii 1, Rutgers 1. Coaching titles Coaches whose teams have been named national champion by The Associated Press by number of titles and years won: Five Bear Bryant, Alabama, 1961, 1964, 1965,1978,1979 Four Frank Leahy, Notre Dame, 1943, 1946, 1947.1949 Three Bernie Bierman, Minnesota, 1936, 1940,1941 John McKay. Southern Col. 1962,1967, 1972 Barry Switzer. 1974,1975, 1985 Bud Wilkinson, Oklahoma, 1950.1955, 1956 Two Red Blaik. Army. 1944,1945 Bob Devaney. Nebraska, 1970,1971 Woody Hayes, Ohio Slate, 1954,1968 Aro Parseghian, Notre Dame, 1966, 1973 Dorrell Royal, Texas. 1963,1969 One Paul Brown, Ohio Slate, 1942 Dan Devine, Notre Dame, 1977 Paul Dietzel, Louisiana State, 1958 Vince Dooley,Georgia, 1980 LaVell Edwards, Brigham Young, I9B4 Danny Ford, Clemson, 1981 Shug Jordan, Auburn, 1957 Johnny Majors. Pittsburgh, 1976 Dutch Meyer, Texas Christian, 1938 Biggie Munn, Michigan Stale, 1952 Bob Neyland, Tennessee, 1951 Homer Norton, Texas Christian, 1938 Bernie Ooslerbaan, Miehigan. 1948 JoePalerno, Penn Stale, 1982 Howard Schnellenberger, Miami, Fla., 1983 Ben Schwartzwalder, Syracuse, 1959 NHL standings All Tlmei CST WALES CONFERENCE Potrick Division Phldlphio Woshngtn NY Isles NY Rongrs Pittsbrgh N Jersey Adams Division Montreal 19 13 4 42 Quebec 20 15 2 42 Boston 17 14 7 41 Buffalo IB 16 4 40 Hartford 19 17 1 39 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrls Division St.Louis 16 14 4 36 Chicago 16 16 4 36 Minnesta 14 16 7 35 Toronto 10 20 5 35 Detroit 8 24 5 21 Smythe Division Edmontn 26 7 4 56 Calgary 17 15 3 37 Vancouvr 13 22 4 30 Winnipg 12 24 4 28 L Angeles 10 21 4 24 Thursday's Games Quebec 3, Hartford 2 Buffalo 2, Detroit 2, tie N.Y. Islanders 7, Boston 5 Minnesota 3, Vancouver 2 Edmonton at Calgary, (n) Philadelphia at Los Angeles, (n) Friday's Games Washington at New Jersey, 6:35 p.m Montreal ot Winnipeg, 7:05 p.m. Soccer 131 160 155 132 120 198 150 143 147 120 137 170 144 156 193 147 130 165 189 176 MISL standings All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. Minnesota Cleveland Baltimore Pittsburgh Dallas Chicago 12 9 8 8 9 6 7 7 8 8 . 10 9 ,632 .563 .500 ,500 .474 .400 IV, T,; 2 1 /, 3 4 Western Division Wichita San Diego Kansas City St. Louis Tacoma Los Angeles 10 10 8 8 8 5 5 6 8 10 11 12 .667 .625 .500 .444 .421 .294 Vi 2 '/i 3V, 4 6 Thursday's Games No games scheduled Friday's Gam«i 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 San Diego, 9:35 p.m. Etc. Pitt knocks off Georgetown College basketball By The Associated Press Curtis Aiken scored 16 of his 18 points in the second half as j?itts- burgh built leads of as many as 14 points in handing llth-ranked Georgetown its second consecutive loss, 80-76, Thursday night at Pittsburgh. The Hoyas, 9-2, pulled to within four points at 76-72 in the final 1 minute, but Reggie Williams missed the front end of a one-and-one and Michael Jackson missed two free throws to seal Kit's upset victory in the Big East Conference opener for both teams. Charles Smith added 14 points for j?itt,9-2. Georgetown was led by Michael Jackson's 19 points. • MICHIGAN 74, INDIANA 69 — At Bloomington, Ind., Gary Grant scored 21 points as second-ranked and undefeated Michigan downed No. 15 Indiana in the opening Big Ten Conference game for each. Roy Tarpley, capitalizing on a height advantage inside, scored 20 points for Michigan, 13-0. Steve Alford had 17 of his team- high 20 points in the second half to keep the 8-3 Hoosiers in the game. • SYRACUSE 68, BOSTON COLLEGE 52 — At Syracuse, N.Y., Wendell Alexis scored 13 points and Rony Seikaly had 10 points in the second half as No. 4 Syracuse exploded from a five-point deficit to wallop Boston College in a Big East Conference game. The Orangemen, 9-0, outscored BC 42-21 after intermission in handing the Eagles their second straight loss and third in 11 starts. Alexis and EC's Dominic Pressley deadlocked for game honors with 21 points. • LSU 85, GEORGIA 73 - At Baton Rouge, La., junior forward Nikita Wilson scored 19 points, 13 of them in the second half, to lead eighth-ranked LSU over Georgia in a Southeastern Conference opener. LSU improved its season record to 13-0, while Georgia fell to 7-3. Senior forward Joe Ward paced the Bulldogs with 20 points. Don Redden had 16 points for the Tigers. • ST. JOHN'S 95, PROVIDENCE 90 (OT) — At Providence, R.I., Walter Berry scored 35 points, including two game-tying free throws with one second left in regulation, and grabbed 12 rebounds in leading 10th ranked St. John's over Providence. Berry sank two free throws to force the overtime. The Redmen then outscored the Friars 9-4 in the five- minute period for the victory. • ILLINOIS 76, MINNESOTA 57 At Champaign, El., guard Tony Michigan's Roy Tarpley leaps over Indiana's Rick Calloway (20) and Daryl Thomas. Wysinger scored 19 points to lead 14th-ranked Illinois over Minnesota in the Big Ten opener for both.teams. The win gives Illinois a 10-2 overall record. Minnesota is 104. • UTEP 69, BYU 64 (OT) — At El Paso, Texas, junior guard Hernell "Jeep" Jackson scored the final four points to give 19th-ranked Texas-El Paso an overtime victory over Brigham Young in a Western Ath- letic Conference opener. The win is the 12th in a row for the 12-1 Miners. • VIRGINIA TECH 74, JAMES MADISON 65 — At Blacksburg, Va., Keith Colbert scored 21 points and grabbed 15 rebounds and Bobby Beecher added 20 points and 17 rebounds as Virginia Tech's 20th- ranked Hokies shook off James Madison. Spartans (Continued from Page 9) commanding lead. Azusa never got closer. "We did a great job to start the second half," Pratt said. "We then controlled the tempo in the last five minutes of the game." Marymount got an outstanding effort off the bench from Ernest Dugan. Dugan entered the game for a foul-proned Rich Hamilton in the first half and scored 14 of his 16 points beforehalftime. Doug Butler led Marymount with 21 points. Ben Smith added 10 behind Dugan. "Butler had a great offensive effort," Pratt said, "and Dugan came off the bench and really played well after Hamilton got into foul trouble. I was pleased with our effort.'' Sophomore Lonnie Sanders, Marymount's second-leading scorer missed the game with a ankle injury and likely won't play tonight, Pratt said. Fletcher led Azusa with 22 points. Thunderettes rip Cedar Valley GB DALLAS — Cloud County began the 1986 portion of its women's basketball schedule in top form Thursday night as the Thunderettes cruised to a 101-67 victory over Cedar Valley. Cloud County had a comfortable 5440 cushion at halftime, but blew the game open with 15 points in the first two minutes of the second half. Angle Kossow led the way with 28 points for Cloud County, which improved to 7-3 on the season. Jennifer Bottom and Diane Arnold scored 16 points apiece and Tonya Wondra 11. Marcia Hunt had 18 points for Cedar Valley. Cloud County remains in Dallas for a game Saturday against Richland College. CLOUD COUNTY (101) Kossow 12 4-4 28, Hoffman 0 0-0 0. Sipple 2 57 9, Kline 1 4-4 6, Sproul 3 2-4 8. Wondra 4 3-4 11, Anderson 20-04, Vieta 0 0-0 0, Holsapple 0 0-1 0, Bottom 8 0-0 16, Haresnape 1 0-0 2, Arnold 8 0-0 16, Grauerholz 0 1-2 1. TOTALS 41 19-27101. CEDAR VALLEY (67) Morrison 1 0-0 2, Rutledge S 2-2 12, Young 1 1-33, Hunt 82-4 18, Davison 4 2-2 10, HorrisOl- 4 1, Motley 1 1-23, Jordan 24-58, Tomason 5 0010. TOTALS 27 13-22 67. HALFTIME — Cloud County 54, Cedar Valley 40. TOTAL FOULS — Cloud County 25, Cedar Valley 22. FOULED OUT — Kossow (CC). Transactions BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS—Named Stu Inman director of player personnel. PORTLAND TRAILBLAZERS-Named Morris "Bucky" Buckwalter director of player personnel. WASHINGTON BULLETS—Placed Frank Johnson, guard, on the injured reserve list. Signed Ennis Wholley, guard, to a 10-day contract. FOOTBALL National Football League HOUSTON OILERS—Fired John Devlin, linebacker coach: Joe Faragalli, offensive coordinator: Gene Gaines, special teams and linebacker coach: Ken Houston, defensive back coach: Bruce Lemmerman, receiver coach; Bob Padilla. defensive line coach and Al Roberts, defensive back coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League MONTREAL CANADIENS—Recalled Kent Carlson, defenseman, from the Sherbrooke Canadians of the American Hockey League. NEW JERSEY DEVILS-Sent Uli Hiemer and Bruce Driver, defensemen, to the Maine Mariners of the American Hockey League. Recalled Sam St. Laurent, goalie: and Ken Danyeko and Randy Velischek. defensemen. COLLEGE ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE—Named Ron Bertovich, assistant commissioner, acting commissioner. SOUTHWEST MISSOURI STATE—Announced the resignation ol Rich Johanningmeier, head football coach. TEMPLE UNIVERSITY-Nomed Charles Theokas director of athletics after he had resigned as commissioner of the Atlantic 10 Conference. Adkins lead KU women to rout LAWRENCE - Vickie Adkins totaled 30 points and 13 rebounds to lead the Kansas Lady Jayhawks to a 100-54 thrashing of Oral Roberts Thursday night at Allen Field House. Kelly Jennings added 19 points and Lisa Dougherty 11 as Kansas improved to 9-3 on the season. Jill Killen, a freshman from Gypsum, had a career-high 7 points for KU. Oral Roberts, which fell to 74, got 16 points from Lequita Smith and 12 from Kim Ogden. The Lady Jayhawks return to ac- tion next Thursday against Creighton at Omaha, Neb. ORAL ROBERTS (54) Ogden 3-7 6-11 12, Dailey 2-7 2-2 6, Herron 211 3-47, Smith 6-14 4-4 16, Lucas 1-6 1-1 3, Allen 1 -3 0-0 2, Chamberlain 4-110-08, Hindle 0-3 0-2 0. TOTALS 19-62 16-24 54. KANSAS (100) Martin 3-6 0-1 6, Adkins 12-18 6-7 30, Jennings 6-9 7-9 19, Ott 2-4 0-2 4, Webb 4-100-0 8, Killen 3-5 1-27, Stoecker 0-3 0-0 0, Dougherty 5-81-411, Stroughter 1-4 3-4 5, Miller 5-7 0-0 10. TOTALS 41-74 18-29 100. HALFTIME — Kansas 46, Oral Roberts 22. TOTAL FOULS — Oral Roberts 25, Kansas 20. FOULED OUT — Ogden, Lucas, Hindle (ORU). REBOUNDS — Oral Roberts 31 (Ogden 8), Kansas 56 (Adkins 13). ASSISTS — Oral Roberts (Ogden 5), Kansas 26 (Martin, Ott 4). TURNOVERS — Oral Roberts 27, Kansas 22. / wsu (Continued from Page 9) shot a dismal 35 percent from the field. "In a game like this, you get a big lead, the intensity falls off and then they try to do things they're not capable of," Smithson said. "And then it gets sloppy." And it did get sloppy. "At the end, we were throwing some wild passes," Smithson said of his club's turnover woes in the final half. "That was our Chinese fire drill you saw." "When you're blowing a team out, it's hard to keep your concentration," Hill said. Abilene actually battled WSU to a 29-29 draw in the second half. But the closest the Wildcats could get was when they cut their deficit to 60-38 with 9:27 remaining. But Praylow led a 12-2 run during the next four minutes to help WSU rebuild its lead to 72-40. The victory improved Wichita State's record to 7-3 and served as a springboard for a pair of important road games. The Shockers travel to Omaha, Neb., Saturday for their Missouri Valley Conference opener against Creighton. Then on Monday, WSU meets Kansas State in Manhattan. The loss dropped Abilene Christian to 7-5. The Wildcats were paced by Keith Scales and Brett Enzor, who scored 16 and 12 points, respectively. SHOCKER NOTES — Junior guard Mike Arline has been suspended for the remainder of the season. Arline had appeared in WSU's first nine games as a reserve, averaging 2.2 points. Central South swimmers win Salina Central and Salina South both came away with swimming victories over Emporia Thursday at Salina South'spool. Central used the strength of nine first-place performances to whip Emporia, 114-56. South had five top finishes in defeating Emporia, 98-73. Jim Govreau and Rick Harvey led the Mustangs with two first-place finishes each. Govreau won the 200-yard freestyle in 1:59.66 and the 500 freestyle in 5:22.93. Harvey posted two state- qualifying times in winning the 50 freestyle in 23.70 and the 100 fly in 58.68. Chad Wolf also swam a state-qualifying time in capturing the 100 breaststroke in 1:10.15. Central also got winning efforts from Scott Davidson in the 200 individual medley (2:21.63) and Scott Edmands in the 100 backstroke (1:06.29). The Mustangs won both relay races in state-qualifying times. The 200 medley team of Edmands, Wolf, Shawn Van Meter and Terry Strait won in a time of 1:54.72. The 400 freestyle relay foursome of Harvey, Strait, Govreau and Davidson won in a time of 3:43.96. Will Robertson led South with victories in the 200 freestyle (2:02.94) and 100 freestyle (53.72). The Cougars also got individual victories from Sean Mead in the 500 freestyle (6:17.49) and Joel Grimmett in the 100 backstroke (1:11.28). South's 400 freestyle relay team of Mead, Robertson, Temple and Stocker was first in 3:49.10. South and Central will swim against Wichita South in Salina South's pool Wednesday at 3:30 p.m. Complete results of Thursday's meet is in the Scoreboard.

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