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'Bowling SUPER SHOOTERS 6 Honor games, series: Jackie Hartle), 232-575, John Stull Jr. 628, IDon Saam 265-629, John Nicholas 243, Steve Bodnar 246, Rosie Mos 112-545 and Betty Jones 200-527. : Over average: Ed Sours 574 (106), Kirby Lawrence 253-618 (135) ,and John Nause 585 (111). 4 SHAFFER INS. CLASSIC I Chuck's Tavern 41 :Rainbow Carryout 4012 , Evans Trucking 37 I Woleslagel Moving 36 , Little Italy 35 : Sharkey's Auto Trim 34 , .1.11. & Sons . 34 t Mr. T Shirtz 3312 4 The Gables 3212 : Kelsey Hayes 32 , Bradner Legion 27 i Foster Auto Body 24 4 Rainbow Lounge . 24 : .1 & S Janitorial 22 ; Space Odyssey 1912 4 Stover Garage 9 4 Top five high games and seI ries: Paul. Gillenwater 225 : 644, Dean Hartman 226-640, I Tom May 218-626, John Stull 4 Jr. 235-600, Del Hoy 227-598. I 4 1 THURSDAY KEGLERS , Dan Dee Chips 38 I lamer Plbg. & IR& 33 I Tim Stover 32 Clark Associates 4 30 Al Stover 29 Mercury Sign 28 Fremont Today 2742 Cronin Surveying ' 25 Spieldenner's Garage 213 Dick Miller Realty 1412 Top five bowlers high games and series: Angie Berridge 182- 459, Pat Ross 166-453, Dorothy Haaser 163-448, Mary Stover 172446, Mary Ann Cronin 155- . 444. , SPACE ODDESEY CLASSIC Bruckeye Auto Parts 43 !Star lite Industries 37 Clauss Cutlery 36 Ski Ice 36 Green Bay Packaging 3412 ; Don & Sons Trucking 31 I Sauber's R.V. Sales 24 i Rainbow Lounge 23 Celek Bros. Mason Const. 18 ' Space Odyssey ; To five bowlers high games :and series: Greg Darr 205-591, !Doug Cheek 222-584, Dave Alejandro 214-568, Dave Meek 198- I560, Ernie Sanders 197-548. RAINBOW ROLLERS Big Wheel 4 I Boda 4 !A & W Root Beer 3 Spaide Trucking 3 !Michael Home Improvers 2 1Rainbow Lanes 2 !Depot 1 Sollazzo 1 Bank Bar 0 '11.J. Heinz 0 : Top five bowlers high games , and series: Rosie Klos 212-545, Betty Jones 200-527, Norma . Driftmyer 183-503, Helen Smith :173-485, Duck Schafer 173-468. JOHNSON'S GREEHOUSE !Drive 'n Pick 381,2 !Ross's 33 1Pizza Brothers 28 s I Football Giants. ingGiants. b Mark Mur IAngeles Rau Ronnie Lot boys; x-Marl SPECIALIS1 I, Ali Haji-Sh 1 Carl Birds( t Billy Johns NFL- INTC Pro Bowl squad NEW YORK (AP) The National Conference Pro Bowl team selected for the Jan. 29 National Football League's all-star game in Honolulu ( x-reserve ) : OFFENSE Wide Receiver , James Lofton, Green Bay Packers; Mike Quick, Philadelphia Eagles; x-Roy Green, St. Louis Cardinals; a-Charlie Brown, Washington Redskins. - ' - Tight End Paul Coffman, Green Bay Packers; x-Doug Cosbie, Dallas Cowboys. Tackle Mike Kenn, Atlanta Falcons; Joe Jacoby, Washington Redskins; a-Jackie Slater, Los Angeles Rams. Guard Kent Hill, Los Angeles Rams; Russ Grimm, Washington Redskins; x-R.C. Thielemann, Atlanta Falcons. Center Jeff Bostic, Washington Redskins; x-Larry McCarren, Green Bay Packers. Quarterback Joe Theismann, Washington Redskins; x-Joe Montana, San Francisco 49ers. Running Back Eric Dickerson, Los Angeles Rams; William Andrews, Atlanta Falcons; x-Tony Dorsett, Dallas Cowboys; x-Walter Payton, Chicago Bears. DEFENSE End Lee Roy Selmon, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; Ed Jones, Dallas Cowboys. Tackles Doug English, Detroit Lions; Randy White, Dallas Cowboys; x-Dave Butz, Washington Redskins. Outside Linebacker Lawrence Taylor, New York Giants; Hugh Green, Tampa Bay Buccaneers; x-Rickey Jackson, New Orleans Saints. Middle Linebacker Mike Singletary, Chicago Bears; x-Harry Carson, New York Giants. Safety Mark Murphy, Washington Redskins; Nolan Cromwell, Los Angeles Rams; x-Dwight Hicks, San Francisco 49ers. Cornerback Ronnie Lott, San Francisco 49ers; Everson Walls, Dallas Cowboys; x-Mark Haynes, New York Giants. SPECIALISTS Place-kicker Ali Haji-Sheikh, New York Giants. Punter Carl Birdsong, St. Louis Cardinals. Kick-returner Billy Johnson, Atlanta Falcons. 1Tonight I New York Jets at Miami , Saturday, Dec. 17 New York Giants at Washington Cincinnati at Minnesota , Sunday, Dec. 18 IDenver at Kansas City Green Bay at Chicago Los Angeles Rams at New Fishing :Northwest Ohio 'fishing report t All streams in northwestern 'Ohio are in flood stage at this :time. If no more rains are re,ceived by this weekend, ostreams should start to go 'down but will probably not be 'fishable until after the week-:end. 'Huron River High and muddy. Very few ;fishermen and very few fish at ,the Milan Dam. Water condiotions at this time are not condutive to fishing, but some :salmon should still be in the ,river when water levels re-cede. The most productive fishing ;is by snagging primarily at the ,turnpike bridge, Milan Dam land Monroeville Dam. :Upground Reservoirs I Normal level 37. Some 'anglers are braving the cold,. and drift or shore fishing for ,yellow perch. Best baits are small minnows, mousies and :other larval baits. , Findlay 2 Res., Lake La-Comte, Willard Res., Metzger 'Res., and Ferguson Res., have been a few of the better areas 4 a0,-,.0-4OA Burger King 2312 Tri-County Firearms 23 Happy Days Boating 22 Top five bowlers high games and series: Don Brown 229-549, Chris Cooley 223-d533, Bob DePottey 200-538, Bob Moore 202- 526, Don Broshious 236-513. - FREMONT EAGLES Warner Farms 391a Wheels Unlimited 37 Clyde Pizza House 34 Fremont Eagiesfil 33 Wilson Clothing 32 Soda's Tavern 32 T.O. Murphy 3112 O'Brien-Durnwald 30 Famous Recipe 2912 Warner Farms 391a Wheels Unlimited 37 s Clyde Pizza House 34 Fremont Eaglesfil 33 Wilson Clothing 32 Soda's Tavern 32 T.O. Murphy 3112 O'Brien-Durnwald 30 Famous Recipe 2912 Croghan Colonial Bank 28 Strayer Insurance 28 Kenleen Flowers 27 Union Bank 27 Fremont Eag1es03 2612 Sun Mart Realty d24 Fremont Eagles2 20 Top five bowlers high games and series: Don Saam 265-629, John Stull Jr. 213-628, Kirby Lawrence 253-618, Elmer Swartz 213-572, Dave Mayer 201-567. GREEN SPRINGS MEN' (Final standings, first half) Ed's Bar 40 Gene's Carryout , 38 Harris Ins. 33 Lions Club 3213 Dons Sohio 31 Dick's Cafe ' : 31 Berlekamp's Const. 29 Steinberger Imp. 28 V.F.W. 24 Sons of the Legion 13,2 Top five bowlers high games and series: John Nicholas 243- 608, John Messecar 219-606, Steve Bodnar 246-592, Ed Sours 193-574, Ron Humbert 215-571. DUMMINGER'S PHOTO. Stinson Co. 36 Mattie & Cleo Ent. 34 Vamps 30 Pizza Hut 28 Ruiz Brothers Masonary 21 Fremont Fence 20 Top five bowlers high games and series: Jackie Harley 232- 575, Sherry Hanson 177-520, Sue Johnson 193-484, Chris Fought 183-479, Linda Taylor 159-461. UNION CARBIDE MEN'S Midnite Express 32 Eveready VIII 2812 Mechanical Rats 2712 Injunears plus 2 27 UCAR 21 Variety Pak 20 First half winner Top five bowlers high games and series: John Nause 206-585, Audley Estep 205-554, Rick Bashaw 212-544, Karl Nunley 198- 544, Jim Lankford 202-540. Orleans Philadelphia at St. Louis Pittsburgh at Cleveland Buffalo at Atlanta Houston at Baltimore San Diego at Los Angeles Raiders New England at Seattle Tampa Bay at Datrolt Monday, Dec. 19 Dallas at San Francisco to fish. Lake Erie Perch fishing continues to be spotty, but some very good catches have been made recently in the near-shore waters, using minnows and shrimp for bait. Wrestling Lakota 65 Van Buren 5 Matches 98-Dan Biddle (L) won by forfeit; 105-Curt Beckford p. Mark McCracken 5:13; 112- Jerry Elter (L) p. Bob Swalsgood 1:36; 119-Jeff Yount (L) p. John Pickens 1:08; 126-Jim Rader (L) d. Scott Adomis 13- 2; 132-Randy Fairbanks (L) won by forfeit; 138-Kurt Tip mons (L) d. Pat Bunting 10-0. 145-Steve Cobb (VB) d. Guy Graber 13-0; I55-Scott Nagy (L) p. Tim Tanguan :54; 167- Mike Goodman (Li p. Rob Craine 2:58; 175-Rob Hull (L) d. Greg Hill 6-0; 185-Kyle Welty (Li won by default over Jay Mullett; HVY-Greg Richards (L) p. Stacy Bishop :50. Season records: Lakota 2-3, Van Buren Basketball High school Varsity game Ross 47 Port Clinton 21 Score by quarters Ross 13 13 12 9-47 Port Clinton 11 6 0 4-21 Scoring ROSS: Lisa Lumen 0-2-2, Katie Marritt 5-0-10, Sue Gahn 9-4-22, Diane Harms 1-0-2, Michele Blue 0-0-0, Shelly Leggett 3-0-6, Kim Schutt 1-0-2, Denise Wilkins 1-0-2, Lisa Smith 0-1-1, totals 20-7-47. PORT CLINTON: Jeannie Wadzinski 1-1-3, Kim Brown 3- 0-6, Amy Drummer 4-0-8, Jackie Brough 1-1-3, Dawn Gels 0-0-0, Blanca Tovar 0-1-1, totals 9-3-21. Season records: Ross 5-2, Port Clinton 1-4. JV game Ross 31 Port Clinton 20 Score by quarters Ross 4 4 9 14-41 Port Clinton 2 2 8 8-20 Scoring ROSS: Lora Almaguer 1-1-3, Taunya Downing 1-5-7, Brenda Kline 1-0-2, Georgia Metter 1-3- , 5, Minerva Nevarez 3-0-6, Jodi Schling 1-0-2, Chris Yeager 2-3 ' 6, totals 10-11-31. PORT CLINTON: Kris Freimark 2-0-4, Mag Cortez 2-0- 4, Shannen Meinke 3-0-6, Vicki Hudson 3-0-6, totals 10-0-20. Season records: Ross 2-5. Varsity game St. 31ary's 40 St. Joe 39 Score by quarters St. Joe 7 10 9 13-39 St. Mary's 9 16 10 5-40 Scoring ST. JOE: Cindy Oprie 6-7-19, Amy Barbour 4-4-12, Pam Brandt 1-2-4, Joann Reardon 2- 0-4, totals 13-13-39. ST. MARY'S: Kathy Hogan 3-1-7, Kathy Keller 4-2-10, Julie Ritzenthaler 1-0-2, Marina Will 5-0-10, Julie Cairelli 3-0-6, Jean Tamisch 2-1-5, totals 18-4-40. Season records: St. Joe 3-3 (1-1 ), St. Mary's 4-0 (1-0). JV game St. Mary's 28 St. Joe 15 Score by quarters St. Joe 2 4 3 6-15 St. Mary's 2 10 12 4-28 Scoring ST. JOE: Kathy Miller 2-1-5, Sandy Wagner 2-0-4, Sue Hettermann 0-1-1, Paula Wagner 1-0-2, Stephanie Fuchs 1-1-3, totals 6-3-15. ST. MARY'S: Lori Kiser 2-0- 4, Bavette Chill 5-0-10, Deb Stoma 1-0-2, Rene Gagnon 2-0-4, Fran Spehn 1-0-2, Diane Blackburn 1-2-4, Jody Herzog 1- 0-2, totals 13-2-28. Season record: St. Joe 4-2 ( ill. Oak Harbor 55 Woodmore 46 Score by quarters Oak Harbor 12 15 12 16-55 Woodmore 10 13 11 12-46 Scoring OAK HARBOR: Kelly Kretz 13-3-29, Gretchen Platzke 2-2-6, Tammy Gackstetter 2-04, Amy Macko 1-0-2, Carol Mack 6-2- 14, totals 24-7-55. WOODMORE: Tonna Dupler 1-0-2, Tani Reineck 2-2-6, Lori Kuhlman 4-11-19, Cheryl Miller 2-0-4, Chelly Dolph 5-5-15, totals 1448-46. Season records: Oak Harbor 4-3 (2-1), Woodmore 1-5 (0-3). At game: Oak Harbor 52-10, Gibsonburg Genoa 38 Score by quarters Gibsonburg 13 12 15 4-44 Genoa 6 14 9 9-38 Scoring GIBSONBURG: Reineck 3-0- 6, Phillips 5-1-11, Binsack 1-0-2, Schaeffer 7-1-15, Villarreal 3-4- 10, totals 19-6-44. GENOA: Kelly 1-0-2, Moll 4- 1-9, Conto 4-1-9, Purney 0-3-3, St, John 1-0-2, Rodes 1-0-2, Klafter 1-0-2, Pub o 4-1-9, totals 16-6-38. Season record: Gibsonburg 3-1 l2-1). JV game: Genoa 18-16., Lakota 41 Elmwood 30 Score by quarters Lakota 4 10 12 15-41 Elmwood 2 7 4 17-30 Scoring LAKOTA: Amy Gabel 3-3-9, Rhonda Slick 6-1-13, Lori Hammer 3-1-7, Nancy Saalman 3-0-6, Jenny Gosche 1-2-4, Sandra Wallace 1-0-2, totals 17- 7-41. ELMWOOD: Angel Allgier 4- 2-10, Robin Buckingham 1-1-3, Jayne Beaverson 4-0-8, Karen Daniels 0-4-4, Robin Hoadley Olt, Kim Bateson 2-0-4, totals 11-8-30. Season record: Lakota 4-1 ( 2- 1). JV game: Elmwood 26-23. Bellevue 60 Clyde 54 Score by quarters Bellevue 15 20 13 12-60 Clyde 11 16 10 17-54 Scoring BELLEVUE: Lisa Baptista 3-0-6, Kay Fox 0-2-2, LaDonna Hager 0-1-1, Mary Haynes 6-1- 13, Karen Lepley 9-4-22, Kim Miller 4-2-10, Wendy Vogel 0-2- 2, Kim Ward 2-0-4, totals 24-12- 60. CLYDE: Sara Berlekamp 3- 2-8, Stacy Berlekamp 3-0-6, Cristy Mossholder 5-2-12, Jackie Hammer 5-7-17, Jayne Cockrell 0-4-4, LuAnn Leffler 1- 1-3, Lois Collins 1-0-2, LeAnn Avers 1-0-2, totals 19-16-54. Season records: Bellevue 3-1, Clyde 3-2. game: Bellevue 32-21. Calvert 39 Old Fort 18 Score by quarters Calvert 8 6 10 15-39 Old Fort 6 4 6 2-18 Scoring CALVERT: Annette Gassner 1-0-2, Deb Smith 1-0-2, Holly Jones 5-1-11, Sue Hemminger 5- 0-10, Kathy Fretz 5-0-10, Dana Derr 1-0-2, Shelly Englehart 1- 0-2, totals 1-0-2, totals 19-1-39. OLD FORT: Lori Cums 1-0-2, Sandy Phillimore 1-0-2, Sarah Cleveland 2-2-6, Dawn Walters 1-0-2, Terri Slane 1-4-6, totals 6- 6-18. Season record: Old Fort 24. JV game: Calvert 20-10. , Junior high Old Fort 7th 23 Gibsonburg 14 Score by quarters Old Fort 8 6 4 5-23 Gibsonburg 6 0 0 8-14 Scoring OLD FORT: Stephanie Bart 4-0-8, Diane lioerig 0-1-1, Gina Graham 1-0-2, Hope Kessler 6- 0-12, totals 114-23. GIBSONBURG! Jennifer Schaeffer 1-0-2, Cyndee Clink 2, 04, Tracy Radel 1-0-2, Sally Zeller 2-04, Teresa Onderko 1- 0-2, totals 7-0-14. Season record: Old Fort 1-4. Old Fort 8th 25 Gibsonburg-18 Score by quarters Old Fort 4 4 6 11-25 Gibsonburg 2 4 4 8-18 Scoring OLD FORT: Cindy Steinmetz 4-0-8, Kelly Miller 1-0-2, Becky Gabel 1-1-3, Michelle Molyett 3-0-6, Hope Kessler 3-0- 6, totals 12-1-25. GIBSONBURG: Jean Ft:osier 1-0-2, Deb Elmer 4-0-8, Linda Reineck 2-04, Wendy Davis 2-0-4, totals 9-0-18. Season record: Old Fort 4-1. City B Smith Meats 50 - Clover Patch 44 SMITH MEATS Ted Smith 3-1-7, Dave Egbert 1-0-2, Boyd Ernsthausen 2-2-6, Larry Lentz 5-0-10, Kevin Davis 6-1-13, Mark Egbert 2-6- 10, Vaul Egbert 1-0-2, totals 20- 10-50. CLOVER PATCH Ted Wolfe 11-5-27. Roger Hat-ford 3-2-8, Wes Fahrbach 2-0-4, Bob Miller 2-0-4, Kris Perry 0-1- 1, totals 18-8-44. Halftime score: Smith Meats 21-18. Sleek Bros. 66 Otermat :55 OTERMAT Ron Joseph 5-3-13, Louis Miller 1-0-2, Peter Miller 0-1-1, Chris Nieset 3-2-8, Roger Otermat 5-0-10, Jerry Wasserman 12-4 Rick Wasserman 0-1-1, Geary Wise 2-5-9, Roger Wise 3- 1-7, totals 20-15-55. SLEEK BROS. Jim Sleek 2-1-5, Mike DeStazio 1-1-3, Lincoln Schilling 0-2-2, John Schessler 5-7-17, Mike Diekman 2-1-5, Mike Emch 1-1- 3, Denny Holcomb 6-5-17, Ed Stone 5-4-14, totals 22-22-66. Halftime score: Otermat 28- 27. Berlekamp 77 Gibsonburg :30 GIBSONBURG Paul Schwartz 5-3-13, Mike Nash 4-3-11, Don Crispen 2-0-4, Dave Ritter 1-0-2, totals 12-6-30. BERLEKAMP Pete Crooks 6-1-13, Dale Tea 9-0-18, Marc Streeter 19-2-40, Jerry Preston 3-0-6, totals 37-3- Halftime score: Berlekamp 40-10. College Ohio Thursday's Results Armstrong State 107, Urbana 81 Indiana State 84, Cincinnati 63 Otterbein 79, Defiance 75 Youngstown State 85, Hiram 61 National EAST Long Island U. 86, CCNY 49 Michigan St. 85, Brooklyn Coll. 72 Monmouth 77, Campbell 73 Massachusetts 67, Connecticut 65, OT SOUTH Georgia St. 87, Georgia Coll. 64 Morehead St. 81, Marshall 78 Ala.-Birmingham 71, U.S. International 56 E. Tennessee St. 84, Radford 67 Tenn.-Temple 66, Ala.-Huntsville 46 NW Louisiana 89, E. Texas Baptist 61 S. Mississippi 78, Tennessee Tech 68 MIDWEST Indiana St. 84, Cincinnati 63 St. Xavier 62, Quincy 58 Youngstown St. 85, Hiram 61 SOUTHWEST Houston Baptist 74, St. Edwards 56 FAR WEST DePaul 77, Alabama 76 Denver 65, Point Loma, Cal. 63 Nevada-Reno 94, So, Oregon 82 San Diego 83, Spring Arbor, Mich. 54 So. California 84, Texas-San Antonio 68 Classified Ads Get Quick Results t!',4,Str,,,t'N-iik1111, NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W. L. Pct.. Philadelphia 17 5 .773 12 Boston 19 6 .760 New York 15 10 .600 4 New Jersey 12 10 .545 512 Washington 10 13 .435 8 Central Division Milwaukee 14 9 .609 Detroit 11 12 .478 3 Atlanta 11 13 .458 312 Chicago 7 14 .333 6 Cleveland 8 17 .320 7 Indiana 5 17 .227 8,2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Dallas 15 8 .652 Utah 15 10 .600 1 Denver 11 12 .478 d Kansas City 11 12 .478 4 San Antonio 10 15 .400 6 Houston 9 15 .375 612 Pacific Division Portland 17 8 .680 Los Angeles 14 7 .667 1 Golden State 12 13 .480 5 Seattle 11 13 .458 512 Phoenix 9 15 .375 712 San Diego 8 17 .320 9 Thursday's Games Chicago 113, New York 107 Utah 138, Houston III Phoenix 114, Los Angeles 104 Golden State 119, Kansas City 116 Portland 118, New Jersey 105 Friday's Games Washington at Boston Cleveland at Philadelphia Indiana at San Antonio Dallas at Milwaukee Portland at Denver San Diego at Los Angeles New Jersey at Seattle Saturday's Games Milwaukee at New York Cleveland at Washington Boston at Detroit San Antonio at Atlanta Dallas at Chicago Indiana at Houston Golden State at Utah Kansas City at Phoenix Sunday's Games New Jersey at Denver San Diego at Golden State Portland at Los Angeles NHL W L..T Pts..GF. G A NY Isles 21 9 2 44 143 III Phila, 18 10 3 39 142 111 NY Rangers 17 II 4 38 132 123 Washington 14 16 2 30 108 120 Pittsburgh 7 20 4 18 94 127 New Jersey 6 22 2 14 90 141 Adams Division Boston .20 8 2 42 141 91 Buffalo 18 10 4 40 127 117 Quebec 17 13 3 37 154 119 Montreal 14 16 2 30 118 123 Hartford II 15 3 25 107 119 Campbell Conference Norris Division Minnesota 15 II 4 34 142 136 St. Louis 13 14 4 30 127 131 Chicago 13 17 2 28 113 126 Toronto 12 14 4 28 130 145 Detroit 10 18 2 22 103 131 Smythe Division Edmonton 22 7 3 47 187 131 Vancouver 13 15 3 29 129 131 Calgary 12 13 5 29 108 122 Winnipeg 10 16 4 24 128 149 Los Angeles 9 17 6 24 135 156 Thursday's Games Boston 4, Hartford 2 Montreal 3, Pittsburgh! Philadelphia 9, Washington 4 N.Y. Islanders 4, Detroit 2 Friday's Games New Jersey at Winnipeg Calgary at Vancouver Saturday's Games Chicago at Boston' N.Y. Rangers at N.Y. Islanders Buffalo at Hartford St. Louis at Montreal Philadelphia at Detroit Los Angeles at Pittsburgh .Washington at Toronto New Jersey at Minnesota Quebec at Edmonton Sunday's Games Vancouver at Buffalo Detroit at Philadelphia Pittsburgh at Toronto Los Angeles at Washington Boston at Chicago Edmonton at Winnipeg Transactions BASEBALL MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALLSuspended Steve Howe, pitcher, Willie Aikens, first baseman, and Willie Wilson and Jerry Martin, outfielders, for one year for use of illegal drugs. Eastern League GLENS FALLS WHITE SOXNamed John Boles manager. FOOTBALL N.F.L. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERSSigned Davd Warnke, kicker. Placed Quentin Lowry, linebacker, on injured reserve. U.S.F.L. CHICAGO BLITZNamed Jim Colbert assistant coach. NEW ORLEANS BREAKERSSigned Lawrence Williams, linebacker, Mike McKay, quarterback, and Don Hardeman, fullback. PITTSBURGH MAULERS Signed William Miller, running back. HOCKEY N.H.L. NHLNamed Al Arbour coach of the Prince of Wales Conference team in the 1984 NHL All Star Game. Named Glen Sather coach of the Clarence Campbell Conference team. Area schedule Following are the weekend sports activities for the Fremont area: BOYS BASKETBALL Tonight Lorain Senior at Ross Sandusky Perkins at Fremont St. Joe Port Clinton at Clyde Margaretta at Sandusky St. Mary's Elmwood at Gibsonburg Woodmore at Lakota Oak Harbor at Otsego Genoa at Eastwood Bellevue at Upper Sandusky Bettsville at Seneca East Saturday Ross at Findlay Tiffin Calvert at Margaretta Carey at Old Fort GIRLS BASETBALL Saturday Ross at Tiffin Columbian, 6 p.m. Bettsville at Arlington Port Clinton at Huron WRESTLING Tonight Ross plus 15 teams at Toledo Rogers Holiday Invitational Tournament, 4 p.m. Saturday St. Joe Central Catholic Invitational Tournament (St. Joe, Lexington, Clyde, Genoa, Norwalk, Monroeville, Lake and McComb), noon Ross plus 15 teams at Toledo Rogers Holiday Invitational Tournament, noon Hopewell-Loudon at Gibson-burg Bellevue Invitational Tournament (Bellevue, Margaretta, Mansfield Madison, Port Clinton, Ontario, Shelby, Huron and Norwalk St. Paul) Cardinal Stritch at Oak Harbor, 7 p.m. Gannett News Service 1 For the Record De- I partment: The 370 points scored by Detroit ! and Denver on Tuesday I night (Pistons 186, Nuggets 184 in triple over- I time) was an NBA record. Here are the I highest-scoring games I in other major sports: ( Major League I Baseball: 49 runs. Chi- ! cago Cubs 26, Philadel- I phia 23 (Aug. 25, 1922). i NFL: 143 points. 1 Washington Redskins I 72, New York Giants 41 (Nov. 27, 1966). Major College Foot- ! ball: 124 points. Ne- I braska 82, Colorado 42 i (Oct. 4, 1980). i Major College Bas- I ketball: 275 points. Nevada-Las Vegas 164, 1 ,Hawaii-Hilo 111 (Feb. I 19, 1976). 1 NHL: 21 goals. I Montreal Canadiens 14, 1 Toronto St. Patricks 7 ( (Jan. 10, 1920). I AHL: 22 goals. I Cleveland 12, Pitts- ! burgh 10 (March 17, I 1945). Pro Football Note- I book: Who is the rough- I est critic of Buffalo Bills t QB Joe Ferguson? t According to Bob Oates I of The Los Angeles -, Times, it might be a t lifer at Attica (N.Y.) Prison: "In his wrath after one defeat this i year, he mailed Ferguson a book and wrote: I 'Read this you bum.' I The title: How to Play f Football. It had been E stolen from the prison li- f brary." I One reader proposes E an interesting three- c team trade: Dallas c sends QB Danny White to the New York Giants for a No. 1 draft pick; the Giants send unhappy QB Phil Simms to Buffalo for a No. 1 draft 1 pick; the Bills send Joe ( . Ferguson to the Cow- boys (to back up Gary Hogeboom) for a No. 2 draft pick. With 13 NFL teams at the .500 mark or within one game of .500, parity knockers are having a field day. But Commissioner Pete Rozelle points out that attendance and TV ratings . were at an all-time high 1 in 1981, when 12 teams finished 9-7, 8-8 or 7-9. The average NFL salary for 1983 was $127,000 , Friday, December 16, 1983, The News-Messenger, Fremont, 0.15 Gries renews legal battle with Modell CLEVELAND (AP) CleVeland Browns minority owner Robert D. Gries has renewed his court battle with majority owner Art Modell over operation of the National Football League team. Gries, whose family owns 43 percent of the Browns, filed a motion Thursday in Cuyahoga County Common Pleas Court in an effort to prevent Modell from unilaterally selling the team's broadcast rights to radio station WJW. Modell, who owns 53 percent of the Browns, also owns one-third of WJW, which is one of five stations bidding for the rights. Gries said he wants a court order to allow him to become part of the decision-making process. He added that he would not arbitrarily. dismiss WJW's bid. "We have made no determination about the Browns' future radio rights," Modell said. "Despite this distraction, my more important concern , is beating the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday." Gries responded, "To even bring in the question of the Pittsburgh game is about the most ludicrous thing I've ever heard." The Browns' radio contract with WHK, which has held the rights 15 years, expires after this season and bids are being reviewed from WHK, WGAR, WWWE, WERE and WJW. Browns officials said Modell has not had any role in the talks. The first court fight between the two men centered on the Browns' $6 million purchase of Modell's Stadium Corp., which Gries alleged hurt the Browns but was a boon to Modell. Modell has denied all the allegations and has vowed to hold Gries legally accountable for making them. Just for the record... per year, up 22 percent from 1982. Believe It Or Not: Since losing 21-14 in Buffalo on Nov. 29, 1981, the Washington Redskins have won 28 of their last 31 games and outscored the opposition 846-499 (that's incredible). Two of the losses were by one point (31-30 to Dallas on Sept. 5, 1983 and 48-47 to Green Bay on Oct. 17, 1983) and the other loss was 24-10 to Dallas on Dec. 5, 1982. NBA Notebook: Johnny High (Phoenix Suns) and Sidney Lowe (Indiana Pacers) are ready for their first name-to-name confrontation Jan. 6. A basketball fan in Washington made Bullets Coach Gene Shue (2,000-plus games as an NBA player and coach) feel old when he pointed out that Shue has spent the equivalent of more than two days of life standing for the National Anthem. Another reason I'm glad Moses Malone was my pick for Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year: Since he joined Philadelphia, the 76ers are 10-0 in overtime. The 76ers deny a deal is close for Phoenix power forward Maurice Lucas. "He's 31 and we have enough age up front already," says a source in the front office. Philadelphia has plenty of bait to offer in any deals. The 76ers own three 1984 No. 1 draft picks (their own - Help prevent the Alf, tragedy of a fire 140 with Chimfex CHIMNEY AND WOOD- BURNING STOVE FIRE EXTINGUISHER Puts out chimeny and wood burning stove fires in minutes. No water damage. Used by fire departments throughout the United if States. -L Be prepared, purchase yours now at: C:3E16 Knlft cZ3116 plus San Diego's and Denver's) ; their own No. 1 pick in 1985; and two No. 1 picks in 1986 (their own plus San Diego's). Baseball Notebook: Boston hasn't given up on dealing for Steve Balboni even though the Yankees traded him to Kansas City. The Bye-Bye man could wind up in Fenway Park by opening day. If that happens, he could be the 1984 version of Ron Kittle, the White Sox slugger and American League Rookie of the Year With the starting nine carrying an average annual salary of $850,000 next year, the California Angels might as well sign Pete Rose as designated-hitter. Notebook: Earl Anthony finished the 1983 PBA season with a 216.645 average for 668 games, almost three pins per game higher than No. 2 Marshall Holman. No wonder the rest of the pro bowlers are happy Earl has retired. The Jimmy Brown Syndrome isn't limited to humans. Last Saturday night, in his final race before emarking on a stud career, Cam Fella broke Rambling Willie's all-time harness racing earnings by $4,000. Now the owners of 13-year-old Rambling Willie are denying speculation that they plan to drag their old warhorse out of mothballs to get his record back. PRAIRIE BUILDERS SUPPLY, INC. Hana of Ouality 2114 W. Hayes Ave. Ft. (419)332-7546 Fremont. Ohio 43420 k' I. A ! i,l V I 111 1 546 M .ffi c,,prias,Ttl:.,..,., ,,,,r,..j.,,,,.,,, -0 , , , ,,,,...,,..,. . , n - irt a...,1 in L , ... :T:rT -- --t-: ri

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