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Scoreboard The Salina Journal Tuesday, January 21,1986 Page 12 Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New Jersey Washington New York 30 27 25 21 14 W L 8 . 14 . 17 . 21 . 27 . . Pet. 789 659 595 500 341 GB — 4 '/i 7 11 17V, Central Division Milwaukee Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Chicago Indiana 28 22 19 18 15 11 15 .651 — 17 .564 22 . 23 . 28 . 30 . 463 439 ,349 268 4 8 9 13 16 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston Denver Son Antonio Dallas Utah Sacramento 27 23 23 19 20 15 14 . 17 . 659 575 19 .548 19 .514 23 .465 26 ,366 — 3V, 4V, 6 8 !2 Pacific Division L.A. Lakers Portland Phoenix Seattle L.A. Clippers Golden State 32 26 15 15 14 14 7 .821 19 .578 24 '.385 9 17 26 .366 18 28 30 . .333 318 19 1 /, 20V, College scores EAST Beaver 92, Misericordia 91 Bridgewater St. 63, N. Adams SI. 60 Bryant 76, S. Connecticut 61 CCNY 77, Meager Evers 70 Cheyney 91, Lincoln 67 C.W. Past 83, Bloomsburg 64 Dickinson 71, Juniata 67 Elizabelhlown 94, Wilkes 68 Fairmont 118, Davis & Elkins 102 Franklin Pierce 93, W. New England 62 Georgetown 76, Villanovo 72 Glenville St. 76, Aldersan-Broaddus 61 Hartford 68, NiagraSB Holy Cross 62, Fordhtm 59 Hunter 72, York 70 Keuka 84, Roberts Wesleyan 82, OT Lehigh 54. Robert Mor s 53 LeMoyne 79. E. Strou/ourg 61 Lycoming 77, Gettsyburg 57 Marisl 80, LIU 73 Marshall 68, Furmon SB Navy 108, Delaware 63 New Haven 88. Mercy 67 NY Tech 94, Massachusetts 68 Penn St. 85, East Carolina 57 Phila. Textile 59. Widener 48 Pittsburgh 95, Duquesne76 SOUTH Appalachian St. 66, W. Carolina 64 Atlantic Christian 105, Pembroke St. Today's schedule ivilli TUESDAY, JANUARY 21 BASKETBALL Missouri at Kansas State, 7:35 p.m. Oklahoma at Kansas. 8:05 p.m. Bethany vs. Kansas Wesleyan at BICenter, 8 p.m. Fort Hays State at Marymount women, 7:30 p.m. Bethany vs. Kansas Wesleyan at BiCenter, 6 p.m. Minneapolis at Sacred Heart girls. B p.m. Buhler at Salina Central girls, 8 p.m. WRESTLING Quadrangular meet at Salina Central, 5:30 p.m. Monday's Gomes Philadelphia 103, New York 93 Cleveland 108. Phoenix 93 L.A. Lakers 133. Chicago 118 Indiana 105. Detroit 99 Atlanta 101. Milwaukee 98 Tuesday's Gomes Golden State at New York. 6:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at San Antonio, 7:30 p.m. Denver at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Sacramento. 9:30 p.m. Houston at Seattle. 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SIXERS 103, KNICKS 93 New York (93) Bailey 1-2 2-2 4, Orr 6-7 2-2 14. Ewing 8-196-622. Sparrow 3-8 1-1 7. Tucker 412 2-3 10, Bannister 2-6 2-3 6, Wilkins 7121-1 15, Grunfeld 2-5 0-0 5, Walker 3-12 0-0 6. Thornton 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 38-B8 161893. Philadelphia (103) Jones 1-5 5-5 7, Berkley 7-14 10-12 24. Walone 11 -M 8-10 30, Erving 8-12 6-6 22, Cheeks 1-10 4-4 6, Threalt 2-5 3-4 7, Green 0-3 0-0 0, Johnson 2-6 0-04, Moss 1-51-23. Catledge 0-0 0-0 0, Stokes 0-2 0- OO.Totals 33-82 37-43103. New York 17 31 19 56- 93 Philadelphia 34 23 27 19—103 Three-point goals—Grunfeld. Fouled out—Bailey. Rebounds—New York 49 (Orr 9), Philadelphia 49 (Barkley 18). Assists— New York 20 (Sparrow 5), Philadelphia 25 (Cheeks 10). Total fouls-New York 28, Philadelphia 19. Technicals—New York Coach Brown, Philadelphia illegal defense. A—13,597 CAVS108,SUNS93 Pho.nix (93) Nance 7-14 4-4 18. Adams 0-5 2-2 2, Edwards 10-17 2-5 22, Thompson 1-5 5-7 7, Humphries 7-160-014, Sanders 4-7 5-6 13, Robey 1-3 0-0 2. Davis 4-13 2-2 11, PittmonO-1 4-4 4. Totals 34-81 24-3093. Cleveland (108) Jones 3-5 6-6 15, Hinson 5-10 2-6 12. Turpin 4-9 4-4 12, Bagley 4-8 0-0 8, Free 12-24 7-8 31, Shelton 1 -3 0-0 2, Lee 4-7 0-0 8. Minnielield 1-5 2-2 4. Brewer 4-8 3-4 11, Poquette 4-7 0-08. Totals 42-8624-30 108. Phoenix 18 23 31 21- 93 Cleveland 30 36 11 20-108 Three-point goals—Davis, fouled out— None. Rebounds—Phoenix 48 (Nance 9), Cleveland 55 (Hinson 8). Assists—Phoenix 24 (Humphries 7), Cleveland 29 (Bagley 13). Total fouls—Phoenix 27, Cleveland 29. Tech- nicals—Phoenix Assistant Coach Bianchi, Phoenix illegal defense. A—9,034. LAKERS 133, BULLS 118 L.A.Lakers(133) Worthy 13-23 7-10 33, Lucas 4-6 7-8 15, Abdul-Jabbar 9-17 9-10 27, Scott 6-150-0 12. Johnson 8-15 8-8 24, Kupchak 1-5 0-0 2, Cooper 6-9 0-0 15, A.C.Green 0-2 0-0 0, McGee 2-3 0-2 5, Lester 0-1 0-0 0, Spriggs 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 49-96 31 -38 \ 33. Chicago (118) Woolridge8-167-7 23. S.Green 5-1000 10, Oldham 8-12 1-2 17, Macy 4-6 2-2 10. Gervin 6-127-7 19, Banks 5-14 3-6 13, Paxson 4-6 3-3 11, Conine 4-5 2-2 10, Dailey 1-41-13, Oakley 0-0 0-0 0. Smrek 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 46-89 26-30118. L.A. Lakers 37 31 29 34—133 Chicago 29233333-118 Three-point goats—Cooper 3, McsGee. Fouled out—Banks. Rebounds—Los Angeles 47 (Lucas 12), Chicago 54 (Woolridge 11). Assists—Los Angeles 28 (Johnson 14), Chicago 29 (Paxson 7). Total fouls—Los Angeles 25, Chicago 30. Technicals—Chicago Coach Albeck, Chicago delay of game, Woolridge, Banks, Lucas. A— 17,284. PACERS 105, PACERS 99 Detroit (99) Benson 1-4 0-0 2, Tripucka 4-13 2-2 10, Laimbeer 1-4 1-1 3, Dumors 4-8 2-2 10, Thomas 10-14 3-4 23. Cureton 1-2 0-0 2, Campbell 6-150-2 12, Johnson 11-195-5 27, Mahorn 2-3 0-0 4, Nevitt 0-0 0-0 0, Long 3-6 0-0 6. Totals 43-88 13-16 99. Indiana (105) Anderson 5-120-0 10, Tisdole 12-205-6 29, Stiponovich 3-12 2-2 8, Fleming 7-12 4-4 18, Richardson 7-14 4-4 18, Stansbury 2-4 0-0 4, Kellogg 5-124-6 14, Gray 0-0 22 2. Garnet! 1-1 0-1 2.Tolals 42-87 21-25 105. Detroit 30 26 18 25- 99 Indiana 27 29 27 22-105 Fouled out — None. Rebound' s—Detroit 38 (Laimbeer 11), Indiana 59 (Tisdale, Stipanovich 15). Assists—Detroit 25 (Thomos 8), Indiana 25 (Richardson 9). Total fouls—Detroit 25, Indiana 13. Technicals— Richardson, Indiana illegal defense. A— 12.002. HAWKS 101. BUCKS 9« Milwaukee (98) Cummings 6-17 2-6 14, Reynolds Ml- 2 3, Breuer 3-9 6-6 12, Moncrief 6-189-10 23, Pressey 7-13 9-12 23, Lister 4-81-29, Fields 0-1 0-0 0, Pierce 4-9 2-2 10, Lamp 00 0-0 0, Davis 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 33-79 30-40 98. Atlanta (101) Wilkins 14-25 5-5 33, Willis 11-17 2-4 24, Rollins 0-1 0-2 0, Rivers 4-9 3-4 11, Wittman 0-4 0-0 0. E.Johnson 0-7 0-0 0. Koncak 1-21-2 3. Levingston 3-9 5-611, Carr6-82-2 14. Battle 1-4 3-4 5.Totals40- 8621-29101. Milwaukee 26 19 30 23- 98 Atlanta 16 31 24 30-101 Three-point goals—Moncrief 2, Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Milwaukee 55 (Breuer 14). Atlanta 55 (Willis 17). Assists-Milwaukee 21 (Moncrief 7), Atlanta 24 (E.Johnson II). Total fouls-Milwaukee 21. Atlanta 29. A-9.467. 92 Austin Peay 74, Youngstown St. 66 Campbell 84. Brooklyn Coll. 72 Carson-Newman 122, W. Va. Wesleyan 118 Christian Bros. 65, Bethel 64 Cincinnati 84, Louisville 82 Claflin 86, Newberry 79 Coll. of Charleston 87, USC-Aiken 59 Cumberland 78. Mars Hill 52 E. Tennessee St. 80, Davidson 76,30T Elizabeth City St. 81, liberty 72 Erskine64, CokerSS Florida ASM 105, Central Florida 95 Florida Southern 98, Nova 70 Francis Marion 88, Limestone 83 Freed-Hardeman79, Lambulh56 Gardner-Webb 85, High Point 72 George Mason 45, William & Mary 44 Georgetown, Ky. 61, Union, Ky. 57 Georgia Coll, 81, LaGrange 80 Georgia Southwestern 94, Piedmont 82 Jacksonville St. 98, Tennessee-Martin 89 Kentucky St. 73, Salem 56 Lander 65, Wofford 54 Lincoln Memorial 82, Tenn. Wesleyon 79 Memphis St. 68, S. Mississippi 64 Miami 83, Florida St. 75 Middle Tennessee 66, E. Kentucky 57 MilligonBO. Tusculum74 Murray St. 82. Akron 77 N. Carolina AST 72, N. Carolina Cent.62 N. Carolina-Asheville 70, Belmont Abbey 69 Nicholls St. 68, SW Texas 61 North Georgia 73, Berry 60 Oglethorpe76, Shorter 66 Old Dominion 75, South Alabama 57 Paine 85, Morehouse 56 Pfei«er76, Lenoir-Rhyne72, 2OT Presbyterian 82, Central Wesleyan 66 Radlord 66, N.C.-Wilmington 58 Richmond 61, James Madison 44 Roanoke 78, Mary Washington 73 Sam Houston St. 65, SE Louisiana 49 Sombre 1 58, Tennessee St. 56 Savannah St. 106, Albany St. 89 South Carolina St. 87, Bethune- Cookman 85. 20T Southern Tech 71, Tenn. Temple 68 Southern U. 77, Jackson St. 58 St. Paul's 74, Bowie St. 58 Stephen f. Austin 55, NW Louisiana 54 Tennessee Tech 67, Morehead St. 57 Thomas Mare 73, Campbellsville 62 Tougaloo 63, William Carey 61 Trevecca 101, Cumberland 84 Troy St. 69, North Alabama 66 USC-Spartanburg 121, Morris 59 Valdosta St. 70, Mississippi 50 VMI66. Citadel 64 Vorhees95, Allen 85 W. Kentucky 62, Va. Commonwealth 60 West Georgia 95, Delta St. 77 Winstan-Salem St. 83, Fayetteville St. 65 Xavier 73, Belhaven 63 MIDWEST Chicago St. 80, Utica 53 Cleveland St. 60, W. Illinois 53 Drake 54, Wichita St. 47 E. Illinois 68, SW Missouri 67 Hanover 73. Ind-Pur-Indpls 68 Looras74, Marycrest 63 N.lowa71, Valparaiso 70 Nebraska Weslyn 98, Sioux Falls 77 Northwood, Mich. 84, St. Mary's, Mich. 74 Notre Dame 91, Hofstra 67 Otterbein 90, Kenyan 78 Peru St. 83, Benidictine, Kan. 55 Saginaw Valley St. 82, Aquinas, Mich. 74 SlU-Edwardsville 83, Quincy 78 St. Louis 60, Butler 55 St. Xavier 97, Roosevelt 75 Tri-State 47, Spring Arbor 45 Wright SI. 104, Charleston 102, 20T Xavier, Ohio 78, Evansville 69 SOUTHWEST Ark.-Monticello 51, Coll. of the Ozarks 50 Cent. Arkansas 70, Ark.-Pine Bluff 6) Harding 61, Hendrix 60 Henderson 67, Arkansas Coll. 66 Howard Payne 72, Angela St. 63 Ouachila 62, S. Arkansas 61, OT Pan American 77, Stetson 54 SE Oklahoma St. 63, Bethony Nazarene 58 Wayland Baptist 74. Dallas Baptist 61 Juco scores Kansas Junior College Scores By The Associated Press Men Ft. Scott 116, Marymount JV 74 Barton Co. 98, Colby 57 Garden City 86, Central-McPherson 76 Penn Valley, Mo. 72. Kansas City, Kan. Siward County (81) Crawford 3 0-0 6, Scheer 4 2-2 10, Franz 3 0-0 6. Woods 133-3 29, Wilson 3 0-0 6, Moore 2 0-0 4, Foster 4 0-2 8, Zollinger 60-3 12. TOTALS 385-1081. HALFTIME — Dodge City 44. Seward County 36. TOTAL FOULS - Dodge City 14, Seward County 20. FOULED OUT Wilson (Seward County). Dist. 16 ratings KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - Dunkel basketball ratings for NAIA District 16 through gomes of Jan. 18: 1. Missouri Southern 12-3, 53.3. 2. Drury 13-7. 53.2. 3, William Jewell 11-3. 46.5. 4, Missouri Western 14-3, 44.7. 5, Avilo 11-4. 41.9. 6, UMKC 11-9, 40.8. 7. Southwest Baptist 4-12. 39.8. 8, Rockhurst 4-8, 39.3. 9. School of Ozarks 12-7, 37.2. 10. Westminster 10-4, 35.5. 11. Culver-Stockton 10-5, 31.5.12, (tie) Central Methodist 8-11, 29.5. Missouri Baptist 11-10, 29.5. 14, Evangel 8-10, 27.7. 15, Tarkio 3-12. 27.2. 16, Hannibal- LeGrange 6-13, 26.4.17, Missouri Volley 10-7, 25.6. 18. Park 4-12. 24.5. 19, Central Bible 12-8, 23.5. 20, Lindenwood 712. 14.3.21. Baptist Bible 6-13. 13.3.22, Columbia 2-12, 10.4.23, Harris StovwO- 21.5.7. JVmen KANSAS JV 80, BETHANY JV 76 (at) Bethany JV (76) Alderson 2 0-0 4. North 2 1-25, Donnell 84-4 20, Archer 20-04. Wilson 2 0-0 4. Griffen 8 1-2 17, Howie 4 4-5 12, Middleton 1 2-4 4, Sese 3 0-1 6. Totals 32 12-1876. KaniaiJV(80) Stalling! 21-35, Banks 1 6-8 24, Mothis 1 0-2 2, Hymer 4 2-3 10, Henzlik 8 8-9 24, Johnson 4 2-5 10, Stacey 1 0-0 2, Har- melinkl 1-3 3. Totals 28 20-33 80. HALFTIME — Kansas JV 41, Bethany JV 39. TOTAL FOULS - Bethany JV 22, Kansas JV 22. FOULED OUT - Donnell (B). 9.MorkMcCumber 10. Danr/ Edwards 11. Ra> Floyd 12. J'.n Thorpe 13. tim Simpson 14. Gary Koch tie. Craig Stadler tie. Payne Stewart 17.JohnMoha!ley 18. Sandy lyle 19. Wayne Levi 20. Tom Kite 21. David Graham 22. Lennie Clements 23 Holelrwm Hockey 25,500 25.000 24,600 24,300 22,647 21,900 21,900 21,900 21,600 21,100 21.000 16,780 18,600 16,800 15.000 NHL standings Ail Tlmn CST WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division Phildlphia Woshngtn Pittsbrgh NY Isles NY Rangrs N Jersey Montreal Quebec Boston Hartford Buffalo St.Louis Minnsto Toronto Detroit Edmontn Calgary Winnipg L Angeles Vancouvr W I 33 13 27 13 21 20 208 191 172 188 169 169 165 158 207 163 159 159 171 157 NAIA polls MEN KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The top 20 teams In the National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics Division I men's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jan. 12, and total points: Record Pts 1. David Lipscmb.Tn. (23) 2. Oklahoma City (3) 3. Wis.-Eau Claire (1) 4.EMPORIASTATE{!) 5. Birm.-Southern. Ala.(1) 6. Cumberland, Ky. 7. Webber, Flo. (1) B.WASHBURN(l) 9. Hawaii Pacific (1) 10. Briar Cliff. Iowa 11. Biola. Calit. 12. Mo. Southern 13. Charleston, W. Va. 14. Oklahoma Christian 15. FORT HAYS STATE 16. St. Thomas Aquinas, NY19-4 17. Francis Marion, S.C. 11-3 18. Wayland Baptist, Texas 13-5 19. Huron, S.D. 16-1 20. Findlay, Ohio 15-2 (tie), SE Oklahoma 18-3 Ptl GF GA 66 206 138 58 175 144 47 177 47 177 45 161 31 163 Adams Division 25 17 4 54 26 18 2 54 21 17 7 49 24 20 1 49 51 19 5 47 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrlt Division Chicago 22 18 5 49 204 ' ' 19 18 6 44 167 18 19 8 44 12 27 5 29 9 32 5 23 Smythe Division 32 10 4 68 21 21 3 45 15 28 5 35 14 24 6 34 13 27 6 32 Monday's Games Hartford 5, N.Y. Rangers 0 Quebec 3, Montreal 2, OT Tuesday's Games Minnesota at Washington. 6:35 p.m. Philadelphia at N.Y. Islanders, 7:05 p.m. New Jersey at Vancouver, 9:35 p.m. St. Louis at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. HOUSTON (AP) — Jerry Glanville, who took charge of the Houston Oilers on an interim basis for the final two games of the 1985 season, Monday was named head coach of the National Football League team. Glanville was chosen after a lengthy search by Oilers General Manager Ladd Herzeg and the scrutiny of owner Bud Adams. The two other finalists were San Francisco 49ers quarterback coach Paul Hackett and Dick Coury, former head coach of the United States | Football League's Portland Breakers. "The plan for this job is to have us' work together as an organization," said Glanville, who signed a five-year contract. "Players will be injured and move on but the organization will stand. Other teams will be looking at us because we will win." Adams, who has remained in the organization's background over the past five years, said he was again becoming visible because he wanted a family atmosphere. "I've been laid back for the last five years and I don't think that's conducive to a winning ballclub," Adams said. "I don't even know some of the players. If we're going to have loyalty, they're going to have to know the owner." Glanville Herzeg said he was surprised that Glanville eventually was named coach. "When we started this search, I really thought we'd be bringing in someone new. I really didn't think Jerry would emerge," he said. "As we went through each cutdown list, he always came out on top." Herzeg said Glanville, an NFL assistant coach for 12 years, was the person who could get the "maximum potential from our football talent in the shortest possible time." He also fit.the three standards Oilers executives considered: NFL experience, confidence in himself and thelootbaU team, and the intent to hire veteran NFL assistants for his coaching staff. Glanville said he would begin assembling that staff immediately, but could not divulge any prospects. Herzeg also said Glanville's success with the Atlanta Falcons, where he was defensive coach, was a factor. Glanville is the 13th head coach in the 27-year history of the franchise, replacing Hugh Campbell, who was fired Dec. 9 with two games remaining in the 1985 season. Glanville, the team's defensive coordinator for the past two seasons, replaced Campbell on an interim basis for the remainder of the season, both losses, leaving the Oilers with a 5-11 record. High school basketball Girls Tournaments 182 175 152 243 189 171 160 164 201 172 170 219 250 184 177 2)7 218 195 18-0 15-1 14-1 14-1 16-5 16-1 16-1 15-1 17-7 14-3 16-2 12-3 10-2 15-3 14-3 606 564 557 533 474 457 432 360 314 294 275 247 545 504 191 177 166 98 B4 57 57 Soccer MISL standings Major Indoor Soccer league AIITImeiCST Eastern Division Baltimore Minnesota Pittsburgh Dallas Cleveland Chicago W 13 9 13 10 11 10 12 13 11 12 12 L Pet. .591 .565 .524 .480 .478 .400 Western Division 15 6 .714 62 Dodge City 98, Seward County 81 Trenton, Mo. 77. Johnson Co. 67 Women Kansas City, Kan. 54, LaBette Co. 52 Colby 87, Barton Co. 64 College women KANSAS NEWMAN 74, BETHEL U Kansas Newman (74) Adams 5 2-4 12, Allender 0 2-3 2, Shoemaker 4 4-4 12, Mavec II 6-6 28, Zoglman 3 0-0 6, Friess 0 8-9 8, Ciames- kai 10-02, Handy 20-14. Totals 56 22-29 74. Bethel (66) Goering 1 0-0 2, Sieffert 2 0-0 4, Downing 3 4-4 10. Keller 1 0-0 2, Nickel 4 4-4 15, Hook 4 0-0 8, Welty 8 6-B 22. Totals 2614-1666. HALFTIME — Kansas Newman 43, Bethel 39. TOTAL FOULS — Kansas Newman 20. Bethel 23. FOULED OUT — Zoglman (KN). Downing. Nickel (B). Juco men DODGE CITY 98, SEWARD COUNTY 81 Dodge City (91) Worlhinglon 5 6-8 16, Shaw 3 0-0 6, Young 53-413, Fowler 7 4-818, James 12 0-024. Pollard? 3-4 17. Nicholson20-04. TOTALS 41 16-24 98. WOMEN KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) — The top 20 teams in the Notional Association of Intercollegiate Athletics women's basketball poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, season records through games of Jan. 19, and total points: Record Ptl 1. Wayland Baptist, Tex. (21) 17-1 569 2. Berry, Go. (5) 17-1 548 3. Louisiana Coll. (3) 14-1 496 4.Wingate,N.C. 13-1 458 5. Francis Marion, S.C. 12-2 438 6. Arkansas Tech 13-1 393 7. Carson-Newman, Tenn. 13-4 386 ~ 8. Campbell. N.C. 11-0 353 9. Georgia SW 11-1 342 10. Defiance, Ohio 14-0 306 11. SW Oklahoma 13-4 291 12. Mo. -Kansas City 15-5 24B 13. Claflin, S.C. 10-1 518 14. Tenn. Wesleyan 12-3 213 15. Mo. Southern 13-5 155 16. Soginaw Valley, Mich. 12-3 120 17. Texas Wesleyan 11-6 79 18. Midland Lutheran, Neb. 9-3 76 19. Indiana Tech 11-4 64 20. BemidjiSt.,Minn. 15-3 53 Freshmen girls SAUNA CENTRAL it, SALINA SOUTH 38 Salina South 9 5 13 11—38 SalinoCentral 14 11 11 10 — 46 Salina South — Berg 4, Meyer 8, Cunningham 2, Peterson 8, Freeland 9, Davis 7. Salina Central — Taggart 12, Otlley 12, Johnson 2, Cruce 5, Kelly 2, Ashlon 16. Jr. High girls ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 18 SACRED HEART 16 Roosevelt-lincoln 4 5 3 6—18 Sacred Heart 4 6 0 6—16 Roosevelt-Lincoln — Baker 5, Constable 1 , Horst 6, Stevenson 6. Sacred Heort — Clark 12. Sibillo 4. 14 11 12 10 13 8 14 9 16 .636 .478 .435 .364 .360 San Diego Wichita St. Louis Kansas City Los Angeles Tacoma Saturday's Games Chicago 8, Minnesota 6 Dallas 5, Pittsburgh 4,2 OT Kansas City 6, Cleveland 4 Sunday's Game* Wichita 6, Los Angeles 3 San Diego 6, Baltimore 4 Monday's Gomes No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cleveland at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Wichita at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. GB V, IV, IV, 2V, 4 IV, 5 6 n, Etc. SALINA SOUTH 33 ROOSEVELT-LINCOLN 50 Roosevelt-Lincoln 8 4 4 4 — 20 Salina South 10 6 8 7 — 33 Rooasevelt-Lincoln _ Ahrenholti 8. Harvey 4, McGrew6, Luce 2. Saline South — Homolka 7, Drevets 7, PittengeM, ReiberS, Allison 3, .Moss 4 B-Team — Roosevelt-Lincoln 22, Salina South 15. Golf PGA money Official PGA money winnings through the Bab Hope Chrysler Classic, which ended Jan. 19: Rds Money 1. Dannie Hammond 2. Calvin Peete 3. John Cook 4.MarkO'Meara 5. Hal Sutton 6. Jodie Mudd 7. Philip Blackmar 8. Bemhard Longer $108,000 91,584 64.800 58.370 47.967 40.800 39.760 38.800 Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES — Signed John Shelby, outfielder, to a one-year contract. OAKLAND A's—Signed Dave Kingman, designated hitter, to a one-year contract. SEATTLE MARINERS—Signed Pete Ladd and Steve Fireovid, pitchers, Jerry Dybzinski, shortstop, Lorenzo Gray, third baseman, and Kelvin Moore, first baseman. Notional League CINCINNATI REDS—Signed Tony Perez, first baseman, to a one-year contract. NEW YORK METS—Agreed to terms with Jesse Orosco, pitcher, on a two- year contract plus an option year, and Jose Bautisla and Kyle Hartshorn, pitchers, Len Dykstro, outfielder, Ron Gardenhire, infielder, John Gibbons, catcher, and Dave Magadan, third baseman, on one-year contracts. BASKETBALL Notional Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS—Announced the resignation of Harvey Greene, public relations director. NEW JERSEY NETS—Reinstated Micheal Ray Richardson, guard. FOOTBALL Notional Football League HOUSTON OILERS—Named Jerry Glanville head coach. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Named Ron Lynn defensive coordinator and Mike Haluchak linebackers coach. COLLEGE BUCKNELL — Named George Landis, head football coach. CARNEGIE-MElLON-Named Rich Erdelyi assistant football coach. Recreation SRC scores SALINA RECREATION COMMISSION Boiketboll Over 30 League — Southwestern Bell 88, Sandlot Rejects 59; Sweat Socks 70, Cruce Produce 52: NBA 77, Alley Gators 59. Church League — Trinity Lutheran 50, Church of the Cross 45; First Covenant I 70, Immanuel Four-Square 41; Immanuel Lutheran 64, Grace Baptist 159. CHEYENNE CONFERENCE AtPalco First Round Morland63,Palco22 Palco 2 7 10 3 — 22 Morlond 24 12 14 13 — 63 Polco — Lambert 4, Hamel 3, Ayers 6, Thyfault2, Cole4, Roy 2, Richeson 1. Morland — L.Keith 28, Brungardt 6, Richmeier 2, Riedel 13, Schamberger 8, J.Keith 4, Dinkel 2. Kensington 57, Eastern Heights 43 Eastern Heights 14 13 6 10 — 43 Kensington 13 16 17 11—57 Eastern Heights — Stockman A, Mooney 15, Molzahn 6, Atchison 6, Holmes 4, Copts 4, Rahjes4. Kensington — BEckman 6, Isom 2, Jackson 13, Krein 16, Hudson 14, Hawn 2, Meyer 4. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays First Round Hill City 30, WaKeeney 21 Hill City 8 6 9 7 — 30 WaKeeney 1 3 6 11 — 21 Hill City — Mai 7, Jones 10, Cramer 3, Sharp 2, Showers 6, Kreutzer2. WaKeeney — Hixon 3, C.Zeigler 8, Dietz S, C.Parke2,Moden3. Osborne37,Ellts23 Osborne 8 11 11 7 — 37 Ellis 468 5 — 23 Osborne — Heuke B, Lomax 4, Brummer 8, Dietz 12, Foster 5. Ellis — B.Kinderknecht 2, McClelland 2, Armbrister 2, Fritschen 6, A. Schoenberger 8, Honas3. WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore First Round LaCrosse 41, Ransom 37 LaCrosse 10 15 4 12 — 41 Ransom 8 10 8 11—37 LaCrosse — Folkerts 4, Schroter 10, Sramek 16, Oborny 3, Herrman 4, Collins 4. Ransom — Huxman 13, Evel 4, Moron 9, Luetters9, Harris 2. Wheatland 76, Jetmore 38 Jetmore 6 14 8 10 — 38 Wheatland 23 22 20 11—76 Jetmore — Phillips 18, Page 10, Seybold 6, Kline 4. Wheatland — Shelly Zeigler 2, Hartman 2, L.Selensky 8, Shauna Zeigler 16, Call 15, J.Selensky 12, Linda Heili 8, Laurie Helli 12, TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln First Round Gorham 39, Waconda East 38 Gorham 11 12 1 15—39 Waconda East 6 12 12 8 — 38 Gorham — K.Weigel 6, T.Weigel 8, Schmitt 4, Munk 2, Nowak 3, Murphy 13, Jacobs 3. Wacondo East — Kresin 8, Thille 12, McCune 7, Helvey 6, White 1, Hennes4. Natoma 60, Lucas-Luray 47 Lucas-Luray 0 10 9 28 — 47 Natoma 17 12 22 9 —6O Lucas-Luray — Winkler 28, Holecek 6, Yarnell 2, Francis 5, Wilson 6. Natoma — Mason 2, Ross 2, Chrisler 14, APruter"}, l.Pruter 13, Tokenhorsl 20. POST ROCK LEAGUE At Solomon First Round Solomon 37, Tescott 36 Solomon 10 11 8 8 — 37 Tescott 7 15 4 10 — 36 Solomon — Everhart 5, Denson 2, Kontor 8, Brown 10, Einhus 12. Tescott — Berkley 15, Diedrick 10, Reed 4, Wenlh 3, Burmoster 4. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE AtMankato First Round Pike Valley 47, SJ-Belolt 31 SJ-Beloit 2 8 1 20 — 31 PikeVolley 13 * 12 18 — 47 St. John's-Beloit — Stover 7, Walter 1, Streit 3, K.Eilert 9, Smith 6, L.Eilert 5. Pike Valley — Sothers 19, Larson 2, Jenson 4, Johnson B, Hurtig 8, Nyland 6. North Central 54, Miltonvale 31 Miltonvale 4 4 9 14 — 31 North Central 15 9 18 12 — 54 Miltonvale — Turner 2, Girard 2, Foster 14, Lobaugh 10, Rouch 1, Ekerlln 2. North Central — Zenger 6, Wurtz 2, Kerr 25, Prellwitz 12, Brown 7, Dejmal 2. Boys Tournaments CHEYENNE CONFERENCE At Palco First Round Eastern Heights 98, Jennlngs-37 Jennings 8 8 12 9 — 37 Eastern Heights 30 24 20 24 — 98 Jennings — Hartzog 6, Vacura 7, Brooks 11, Walmeier7,Trimmell2, Heilman4. Eastern Heights r- Rose 22, Mooney 18, Johnson 27, solida 6, Babcock 12, Davis 2, Bowman7, Gower2, Neufeld2. Lenora 74, Morland 57 Morland 9 13 13 18 — 57 Lenora 20 11 20 23 — 74 Morlond — Herman 12, Keith 4, Rome 7, Dreiling 9, Hunsicker 9, Pfelfer 4, Brungardt 8, Simon 2, Minium 2. Lenora — Otter 2, Van Deist 18, Teel 22, Stephen 8, BArlow 8, Schwab 2, Jones 12, Long 2. STERLING INVITATIONAL First Round Clafltn 60, Little River 34 LittleRiver 488 14 — 34 Claflin 15 22 8 15 — 60 Little River — Sneth 4, Hayes 2, Hubenett 2, Baldwin 8, Hawkinson 4, John 12, Neel 2. Claflin — Demel 5, Robert Rugan 9, Richard Rugan 9, Logan 2, Daniels 11, Feist 6, Oeser 2, Oberle 6, Bahr 4, Herter 6. Elllnwood 73, Moundrldge 62 Ellinwbod 12 20 19 22 — 73 Moundridge 12 16 16 18 — 62 Elllnwood — Sobda 7, Robblns 26, Petz 6, Hammersmith 17, Roberts B, Kinsinger 7, Rogers 2. Moundridge — Knoll 5, Cozart 2, Jerome Ratzlaff 21, James Ratzlatt 2, Unruh 5, Galle 4, Schrog22, Krehblell. EISENHOWER LEAGUE At Junction City First Round Wakefield 54, Blue Valley 18 Blue Volley 0 6 6 8—18 Wakefield 10 20 19 5 — 54 Blue Valley — Bergstrom 4, Kayser 4, Davis 2, Suther 6, Johson 2, Sump 2. Wakefield — Kitchener 2, Sherbert 7, Neuberger 14, Steppe 17, Bergmeier 12, Sharp 2. White City 55, St. George 52 White City IB 22 2 13 — 55 St.George 15 16 10 11—52 White City — Hultgren 2, Britt 2, Lindsley 18, Allen 22, Pitts 11. St. Geoge — Woodall 13, Carley 4, Spielman 13, Moore 13, Wilson 1, Sperman2, Sweany 6. WKEA LEAGUE At Jetmore First Round Wheatland 79, LaCrosse 67 LaCrosse 14 17 18 18 — 67 Wheatland 24 27 18 10 — 79 LaCrosse — Kuhn 9, LaMasters 6, Jay 11, Jones 4, Tammen 2, Oborny 24, Legleiter 7, Baier4. Wheatland — Deges 1, Haffner 4, K.Kaiser 17, Heinz 9, Cooper 4, Catt 11, Kuntz 2, Dinkel 10,Selenskyl8,E.Kaiser3. ADOLPH RUPP At Halstead First Round Haven 58, Hutchison-Trinity 44 Haven 21 12 11 14 — 58 Trinity 6 14 8 16 — 44 Haven — Dickey 1, Meyer 5, Miller 10, Johnson 14, Boster 3, Amlth 10, T.Bernard 15. Trinity — Heimerman 14, Cummings 4, Thompson 4, Rohr 2, Vecchlorelli 4, Christopherson 9, Ohings 7. Marymount women battle FHSU tonight Shockers fall to Drake, 54-47 DES MOINES, Iowa (AP) — David Miller scored 14 points and Melvin Mathis had 13 points and 12 rebounds as Drake defeated Wichita State 54-47 in Missouri Valley Conference basketball Monday, the Bulldogs' first victory over the Shockers in 15 games. The last time Drake had beaten Wichita State was a high-scoring 114-109 overtime contest in 1979. The loss was the fifth straight for Wichita State, which fell to 1-4 in the MVC and 8-8. The Shockers led 29-25 at half time but Drake scored the first 10 points in the second half, including four by Miller and four by Glenn Martin, to take a 3329 lead with 15 minutes, 36 seconds remaining. The Bulldogs, 12-5 and 4-2, built an eight-point lead when Mathis hit a layup on a feed from Miller to make it 41-33. Ted Williams scored six points to lead Wichita State on a spurt as the Shockers tied the game 44-44. Then Drake hit eight of 10 free throws, including four by Mathis, to cap the victory. Sasha Radunovich scored 12 points to lead Wichita State while Williams and Gus Santos scored 10 apiece. Wichita State shot only 29 percent from the field for the game while Drake hit only 38 percent. WICHITA STATE (47) Radunovich 4-13 4-4 12, Normore 3-9 2-2 8, Santos 4-15 2-3 10, Coleman 2-6 0-1 4, Cundiff 0-6 0-0 0, Williams 4-8 2-2 10, Grayer 1-41-1 3. Totals 18-61 11-1347. DRAKE (54) Miller 5-14 4-4 14. Henderson 3-6 3-6 9, Martin 3-9 0-0 6, Mathis 4-9 5-6 13, Friedrick 3-6 0-1 6, Morgan 1-31-23, Dahlke 1-51-2 3. Totals20-52 14-21 54. Halflime: Wichita St. 29. Drake 25. Fouled out Santos, Friedrick. Rebounds—Wichita St. 43 (Radunovich 10), Drake 36 (Mathis 12). Assists—Wichita St. 11 (Cundiff 7), Drake 12 (Miller 5). Total fouls—Wichita St. 23. Drake 16. A—9,075. Marymount's women attempt to snap out of a recent slide tonight when the Spartans entertain Fort Hays State. Tipoff is scheduled for 7:30 at Smoot Gymnasium. The Lady Spartans are 13-6 overall and rated third in NAIA District 10. But they've dropped three of their last four outings, including a 72-64 decision to Phillips (Okla.) last Wednesday. Fort Hays State, though, usually brings out the best in Marymount as the Spartans captured a pair of nail- biting contests against the Tigerettes a year ago. "With Fort Hays being fifteen times bigger than us, it gives us incentive," said MC coach Daryl Hoelting. The Tigerettes, coming off an 88-72 win over Wayne State last Saturday, bring a 7-7 record into the contest. FHSU is paced by 6-2 center Cheryl Baker, who averages 17.1 points per outing. The Tigerettes also have plenty of punch from the perimeter in Marilyn Smith and Stacey Hadley. "They're a poised, veteran ballclub," said Hoelting of the Tige- rettes, who start four seniors. Marymount, meanwhile, will likely start three juniors — Angela Hyde, Debbie Sanders and Andre Schmidt — along with sophomore Ruth Stallbaumer and freshman Tracey Anderson. Like last year, Hoelting said he expects a another down-to-the-wire finish with the Tigerettes. "I anticipate it being another great game unless one of the teams just falls flat on its face," the Spartan coach said. MID-CONTINENT LEAGUE At Hays First Round H!IIClty73,Phillipsburg45 Phillipsburg 10 6 8 21 —45 Hill City 23 13 18 19—73 Phillipsburg — Luckey 6, Stittes 6, Herrsing 19, Marshall3, Boeve7, Godbout4. Hill City — Brandyberry 13, Swanson 4, Jacob 19, Huddleslon U, Belleau 16, Logback 4, Moss 2, Ayers 1. Stockton 52, Victoria 47 Stockton 19 B 16 9 — 52 Victoria 14 11 12 10 — 47 Stockton — Holloway 15, S.Miller 10, Mel- lerive 8, Maddy B, Kriley 8, Oliva 3. Victoria — K.Dinkel 8, C.Dinkel 20, Basgall 5, Serenes 8, Bumgardt 4, Rohleder 2. CANTON-GAIVA INVITATIONAL First Round C. Christian 90, Conway Springs 70 Conway Springs 8 20 22 20—70 Central Christian 27 18 23 22 — 90 Conwoy Springs — Hoehn 2, Chitwood 4, Shirley 10, Merts 4, Griffin 12, Devlin 11, Brown 2, Allowoy 10, MarVmB, Bender7. Central Christian — C.Kauffman 17, Moore II, Heinen 14, BArnes 22, Chestain 12, Yotzy 13, Rempell. Sedgwick 58, Canton-Calve 47 Sedgwick 21 14 7 16 — 58 Canton-Galvo 8 11 10 18 — 47 Sedgwick — Waren 9, D.Kinsley 6, Rogers 1, Davis 7, J.Kinsley 3, Ayalo 9, Libby 15, Willis 8. Canton-Galva — Dresher 11, Wiens 6, Tripp 8, Buster 4, Pipe 10, Tinsley 4, Tredway4. TWIN LAKES LEAGUE At Lincoln First Round Sylvan Grove 65, Waconda East 47 Waconda East 8 13 12 14 — 47 SylvanGrove 20 12 20 13 — 65 Waconda East — LaRotue 4, Hurren 4, Hennes 16, Terry B, Duskie 13, Neisert 2. Sylvan Grove — Hiltter 2, Hurlbut 22, Thaemert 4, Jensen 8, Trapp 4, Donl 3. Hynes 12, Nelson 10. Downs 59, Tipton 46 Downs 8 18 14 19 — 59 Tipton 7 11 16 12 — 46 Downs — Fischer 6, Mick 6, Terry Renken 3, Troy Renken 2, Mertz 8, Streit 3, Arnold 20, True 11. Tipton — Hake 9, Joe Koenlgsman 5, Corpspin 2, John Koenigsman 11, Dubbert 11, BunkerB. BURRTON INVITATIONAL First Round Falrileld 55, Marion 43 Morion 10 11 12 10 — 43 Fall-field 15 12 15 13 — 55 Marion — Bina 2, Brock 2, Thrasher 8, Abbott 2, Helt 9, Bunnemtelser 2, Richmond IB. Fairfleld — Forney 16, Stout 5, Storks 14, campbell 4, Rank 5, Clothier 11. Berean Academy 68, Inman 46 Inman 10 13 5 18 — 46 Berean Academy 13 12 24 19 — 68 Inman — Cloyd 6, Mark 10, Robertson 3, Atkins 10, Kroeker 12, Enns7, Yoder 1, Penner 7. Berean Academy - Martin 2, Smith 1, KirkPatrick 4, Theisen 5, Frankamp 17, Jeer 2, Regier 24, Hall 4, LAne 2, Fleming 3, Eibie 4. EISENHOWER LEAGUE At Junction City First Round Blue Valley 76, White City 58 WhiteCity 10 18 12 18 — 58 BlueValley .19 18 13 26 — 76 White City — Jansen 26, Herpich 6, Holm 10, Kohnt 9, shope 7. Blue Valley — Valentine 21, Sump 2, Downing 5, Francis 16, Peter 2, Chapman 23, Gordon 2,Olsen5. Luckey 80, St.George 41 St. George 10 B 13 10 — 41 Luckey 16 20 22 22 — 80 St. George — Haenbank 4, Hodges 6, Forst 4, Spielman 17, Wilson 10. Luckey — Jaskiewisz 16, Corah 10, Post 26, Strafuss7, Weisner6, Kous4, Giller 10, Kass 1. PIKE TRAIL LEAGUE At Mankato Hfllcrest 55, SJ-Beloit 50 Hillcrest 14 13 11 17 — 55 SJ-Beloit 14 8 8 20 —50 Hillcrest — Baxa 11, Edwards 5, B.Hammond 11, Chernak 3, Coffman 1, J.Hammond 24. St. John's-Beloit — Budke 25, Gengler 10, Relter 6, Stover B.EIIertl. North Central 73, Miltonvale 58 Miltonvale 20 13 19 6 — 58 North Central 21 23 18 11—73 Miltonvale — Moss 6, Copple 15, Chartier 22, RevelllS. North Central — Livingston 5, Grove 9 Graves 17, M.Miller 12, E.Miller 6, Durst 3, Morey 19, Talklngton 2. Pleas (Continued from Page 11) few days that he'd much rather have those resources going into the main school fund. But I think Johnson and the board of trustees are going to find a cold reception waiting for them the next time the annual fund drive rolls around. The people who were solicited last year will probably want to know what programs will get the ax next and where their money will really be going.

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