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(IT BEDS mWf& 2C ST. PETERSBURG TIMES WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1979 Report: Chamberlain will not sign with NBA's Cavaliers Wilt Chamberlain will not coma out of retirement and play for tha Cleveland Cavaliers, the Cleveland Plain Dealer Imported Tuesday. The newspaper quoted unnamed West Coast sources as saying the 43-year-old Hall of Famer will not sign, forcing the Cavs to look elsewhere for an intimidating center to help the struggling club. The Cavs reportedly offered Chamberlain a two-year contract for about $ 1 50,000 the first year, plus several incentives based on performance and the club's record. Cousy resigns as ASL commissioner Bob Cousy, the former basketball star, has submitted his resignation as commissioner of the American Soccer League, the league president conf irrned Tuesday. The contract of Cousy, who has been commissioner of the league for five seasons, expires at the end of the year. ASL president Joseph Raymond said the announcement of Cousy' s resignation was scheduled to be announced at the league meetings in Phoenix, Dec. 1-3. Rowdies announce new seating plan The Tampa Bay Rowdies have unveiled a new all-reserved seating system for the 1 980 outdoor soccer season. Since 1975, seating at Tampa Stadium has been primarily on a general admission basis. But Rowdie general manager Chas Serednesky said the time has come for reserved seating. "Most of our fans have had an opportunity to try and develop preferences for different locations," he explained. "We feel it is time to offer those fans with distinct preferences the luxury of convenient seat selection." Under the new plan, prices for certain tickets will increase $ 1 , The season ticket package will be available at 1 979 prices if it is ordered by Dec. 3 1 , Any season ticket holder wishing to retain the same seat will have to renew by Dec. 14. As for the indoor season, individual tickets will go on sale Nov, 27 at Maas Brothers stores, the Bayfront Center box office and the Rowdies Bootique at 1 3 1 1 N Westshore Blvd, Tampa. Strikers' huge carpet installed Workmen Tuesday completed what may be the largest indoor carpeting job in Florida history. An 85-by-185-foot artificial grass surface was laid down in the West Palm Beach auditorium in preparation for the Fort Lauderdale Strikers' indoor soccer season. Rogues acquire Dips' Canned The Washington Diplomats sold their all-time leading scorer, striker Paul Cannell, to the Memphis Rogues Tuesday for an undisclosed amount of money. Cannell plaved three seasons in Washington 1976, 1978 and 1979. 'Too Tall' Jones fight canceled Low ticket sales for former football player Ed "Too Tall" Jones' third professional boxing match forced the promoter to cancel it Tuesday. Promoter Bruce Trampler said in Tucson, Ariz, he wanted to sell at least 3,000 tickets, but only a fraction of that total had been sold. The fight was scheduled for Tuesday night as part of a seven-fight card. The entire card was canceled. Future of Watkins Glen race in doubt "At best there is only a 50-50 chance that there will be a U.S. Grand Prix at Watkins Glen next year," the lone U.S. representative on the body which controls Formula One racing said Tuesday. Thomas Binford, chief steward at the Indianapolis 500 for the last six years and president of the Automobile Competition Committee for the United States, said by telephone from his Indianapolis office Tuesday that he hopes to defend the Glen race at the executive committee meeting of the Federation Internationale du Sport Automobile Dec. 13 in Paris. Junior golf tourney starts Thursday Nearly 200 of the world's best young golfers will assemble at the Innisbrook Resort course Thursday to begin the four-day American Junior Golf Classic tournament. The tournament field includes virtually all of the 20 boys and girls selected first team All-America by the American Junior Golf Association this year. Three Floridians are among the All-Americans: Clearwater's Amy Benz, Plantation's Laurie Burns and Palatka's Billy Tuten. Colleges in trouble with government The federal government sought Tuesday to join in a suit charging the University of Alaska with shortchanging women's sports that could provide a test case for alleged sex discrimination in intercollegiate athletics. The Justice Department charged the university spends more of its athletic budget on the men's basketball team, gives greater publicity to the men's basketball schedule and gives the men's team more expense money and a larger coaching staff . , , In a related incident, Texas A& M officials were "astonished" to learn the U.S. government thinks the university's Corps of Cadets, and four organizations including the marching band run by its members, are closed to females. The government on Monday charged in a test case on women's rights that the Texas school has discriminated against women students by barring them from the marching band and other groups. Texas ASM has denied all allegations. Sixty of the , 2,200 members of the corps are women. Vuille, Davis favored in tennis tourney New Eckerd College coach Sam Vuille and rookie touring pro Jeff Davis, two noted names on the area tennis scene, will be the players to beat in the men's open singles of this week's Thanksgiving tennis tournament at the Yacht & Tennis Club of St. Petersburg Beach. Entry deadline is today, and further information on the Thursday-through-Sunday multi-division men's and women's tourney can be obtained by calling Sergio Ried at 367-2353 . . . Also, the annual Pinellas County Tennis Championships will be held Dec. 15-16 at the Seminole Lake Racquet Club. Entry deadline for the men's and women's A and B divisions' tourney is Dec. 1 2. Call I 392-6 126 for details. Correction, Section C The name of the quarterback was inadvertently omitted from the Kodak All-American team printed in Tuesday's St. Petersburg Times. The quarterback is Marc Wilson of Brigham Young. Sports on the air CABLE TV 7:30 p.m. HOCKEY: Winnipeg Jots at New York Rangers. Channel 9. 8:30 p.m. BASKETBALL: Atlanta Hawks at Milwaukee Bucks. Channels. NFL AMERICAN COHFlRINCf WIT Pet. P PA 4 0 Ml 32 1 371 1 5 0 M3 772 177 0 MO 733 709 $ 7 0 .4)7 746 76 4 $ 0 .333 m 37 C antral t 3 0 740 785 7S0 3 0 .750 301 195 4 0 Ml ?9 777 ? 10 0 254 316 Wtt 3 0 750 3M 117 9 3 0 750 30$ 704 4 4 0 .500 764 749 6 0 .500 770 711 5 7 0 417 144 203 L CONFCRCNCB fit New England Miami Boffato N V Mil Baitimort Moutton Pittsburgh Ctevrtand Cincinnati Danvtr San Oego Oafcland Saatttt Kamat City Daat Phtiadeiphil Wasnmgion N Y Giant. St Loutl Tampa Bay Chic ago Minna sora CVirtfl Bay Detroit Lot Angtlet New O lean Atlanta San Francisco MONDAY'S RESULT tot Anoetes 70. Atlanta 14 THURSDAY S bAMEl CNcaoo at Detrt, 12 30 p.m. Houston at OaKas, 4 pm. SUNDAY'S GAMES Buffalo at New England, 1 pm Cleveland at Pittsburgh. 1 p.m. Washington at New York Giants, 1 pm St.uouis at Cincinnati, . p.m. New Orleans at Atlanta. 1 p m. Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 1 pm Pmladeipnia at Green Bay, 7 p m, Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m. Los Angeles at San Francisco, 4 p m. Miami at Baltimore, 4 pm, Oakland at Denver p m. MONDAY, NOV. 26 New York Jetl at Seattle, 9 pm. NBA 4 0 447 ? 275 1 4 0 -44 331 271 I 4 0 447 243 311 s 7 4i in 229 3 V 0 ,250 U 252 Central 9 3 0 .750 241 177 1 0 SSO 315 704 I 1 0 .417 112 751 4 o mm m 111 0 .Ota 14 175 West t 0 MO 772 27 t t 0 .500 749 743 4 ) 0 .333 772 770 I 11 043 2J4 3J9 CFL SATURDAY'S RESULT East Cenferanca Final Montreal 17. Ottawa 6 SUNDAY'S RESULT Wast Conference Final Edmonton 19, Calgary 7 Gray cup Championship SUNDAY NOV. 25 Edmonton at Montreal, 1 p.m. AP top 20 Record Pointt 1. Alabama (37) 10-00 1,231 2, Ohio SI (It) 110 1,214 3 Nebraska 141 10-O4 1,157 4. So California ( 10) 9 0-1 . 1,151 5. Florida St. 10-0-0 1,01? 4 Texas 11-31 t-1-0 959 7. Arkansas (I'D 9-14 15 . Oklahoma 914 141 9. Houston (1-3) 8-14 til 10. Brigham Young 10-0-0 705 11. Pittsburgh 9-1-0 452 12. Purdue 9-2-0 598 13. Cle ison 1-7-0 487 14. X-Washington 9-2-0 376 (tlelAubtrn 8-24 376 16. Michigan t-3-0 352 17. Baylor 7-3-0 215 It. Tulane 8-24 184 19. South Carolina 7-3-0 124 20. Perm St. 7-3-0 93 x Includes forfeit by Arizona Slat. UPI top 20 1. Alabama (32) (104) 2. Nebraska (21 (10-0) 3. Ohio Stale (5) (11-0) 4. Southern Cat (3) (9-0-1) 5. Florida State 1 10-0) 6. Texas (B-l) 7. Oklahoma (9-1) 8 Arkansas (9-1) 9. Houston lt-1) 10. Brigham Young (10-0) 11. Pittsburgh (9-1) , 12. Purdue 19-2) 13. Clemson 18-2) 14. Washington (9-2) 15. Michigan (8 3) 16. Baylor (7-3) 17. Tulane (8-2) 18. Louisiana State (6-4) 19. Indiana (7-4) 20. North Carolina St. (7-4) Note: By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on probation by the NCAA are ineligible for the top 20 and national championship consideration by the DPI Board of Coaches. Those teams currently on probation are Oklahoma State, Auburn and Memphis State. Sheridan poll Here Is the Sheridan Broadcasting Network's poH of black college football teams as voted by a panel of coaches and writers: 1. Gramhtlng St. 2. Morgan St. 3. Tennessee St. 4. Virginia Union Jackson St. Norfolk St. Winston-Salem St. Alcorn St. So. Carolina St. 10. Florida AIM 12-0 9-1-0 7- 3-0 9-1-0 t-2-0 8- 2-1 1-2-1 7-2-0 7-3-0 6-34 Division l-AA poll School Record, Pts. I. Orembling t-2-0 45 2 Murray St. 9-1-1 42 3. 6 Kentucky 9-2-0 39 4. Lehigh (Pa.) 9-2-0 36 5. Jackson St. t-2-0 32 (tie) Boston U. t-1-1 32 7. Nevada Reno 7-3-0 25 (lie) N. Arizona 7-24 25 (tie) Alcorn St. 7-2-0 25 10. Montana St. 6-4-0 II (lie) Florida A&M 6-30 II Tuesday's events LOSANGELESRAMS Placed John Williams, offensive lineman, on the injured reserve list. Signed Bill Bain, guard. MINNESOTA VIKINGS - Named Grady Alderman director of planning and develop-ment. C.W. POST COLLEGE - Announced the resignation of Dom Anile, head football coach. -r.ii,;.,lW.i'..iJl'...'' Three-Quarter Century AT NORTH SHORE PARK TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kldl Bernle cf Hef fern 2b Butler 3b R.UhkST SS Chapman H Walsh lb BeHis rf Gosford rc Stacay p Bakewefl C Unger c Totals . ajjrh 4 u w 4 1 2 3 I 1 4 I 1 4 0 1 4 0 2 4 1 1 4 0 0 3-0 1 1 0 I 2 0 0 4 II Kubs Pearson c Mormif Borgeson rf UrdaTb Freyberger is Vemer et 3b Hott lb ChurchM r( Giedney ic Kereke p Murwly c Brnhard3b Reeves Totals ebrh 2 0 2 4 0 I 4 1 I 3 I 3 3 I I 2 0 6 2 0 0 3 0 t 3 0 0 3 0 0 2 0 0 1 0 0 1 0 a Bit Kids Kubs 110 001 01-0O0 300 00- 3B Freyberger. HP Borgeson. NOTE The Kids and Kubs play on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at North Shore Park; t 1:30 p.m.. No admission charge. Professional AT FORT MESTEP LV, TAMPA TUESDAY'S RESULTS Canadian rham match Dusty Rhodes d. Jos LeDue Florida tag team title match Mike Graham end Steve Keirn d Nature Boy Stanley Lane and Brian Samt John Florida heavyweight title match Manny Fernandez and Bugsy Mrfiraw both disqualified. Southern heavyweight true match Sweet Brown Sugar d killer Kehn. Handicap matrh Big Bad Leroy Brown d Raut Malta and Don Sara-no Super Destroyer d. Mike Malar, Jerry Briscoe d Bit Irwin. EASTERN CONFERENCE sj Atlantic Dlvlsien W L Pet. 61 Boston 12 4 .740 PhiladMpnla 13 6 . .484 vs Washington I 7 5J3 3'D New York 9 10 .474 4! New Jersey 7 11 .389 t Central Dlvlsien Atlanta 13 7 450 - SanAnfonlo 11 9 .550 t Houston f 529 T Indiana I 12 .400 5 Cleveland 7 13 .350 4 Detroit 12 294 tvs 13 5 722 -10 11 .474 4V 7 14 .333 1'ft 5 It 231 9"j J 17 .lS HV Dlvlsien 14 i .737 - 15 6 .714 -12 7 .632 J 12 7 617 2 9 10 .474 S I 17 .400 4W WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Dlvlsien Milwaukee Kansas City Denver Chicago Ulan E XLOS Angetes Portland kPhoenta Seattle Golden State xSan Dtego Late results not included. MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S KEUIT Atlanta 109, Detroit 105 New York 130. Houston 125 Cleveland 119, Utah 107 Ptviedeiphie HI- San Antonio 114 Denver 124, Chicago 9) Kansas City 112. Golden Slate 109 PhoeniK at San Dego, mght Los Angeles at Portland, night 10D4T1 SeAftnCS New Jersey at Boston. 7 30 pm, Cleveland at Washington, 8 05 pjn. Utah at Detroit, 1 05 pm. New York at maana, 105 pm. Atiente at Mitwaukee. I 30 p.m. PtviaJekrfva at Houston. 95 pm San Diego at Denver, 9 35 p nv Kansas City at Phoenik, 9 35 pm. Los Angeles at Seattle, 10 30 pm Tuesday NBA boxes HOUSTON (12S): Raid 4 1-2 9, Tomjano-vlcri 3 4-6 10, MaUne 10 13-72 37, Henderson 1 0-0 6, Murphy 13 4-4 30, Barry I 3-3 19, Shumate0l-7 l.Leevett 1-1 13, D. Jones 1 1-2 3, M Jones 1 0O 1 Totals 49 77-42 175. NEW YORK (130): Oemic 5 2-4 12, Knight 15-7 21, Cartwright 12 0-0 24. Richardson I 4 4 20. R Wikems 9 7-11 25. Huston I 1-3 4, Meriweather 2 0-0 4. Copetend 5 0-110, Glenn J 0-0 4, S. Witiams I 1-1 4, Cleamont 1 04 2 Totals 54 31-37 130. Houston 1 OIRLS AT BOCA CIEOA Lafcewead SI, Large 47 LAROO I47H Pomlanowikl 4, Reynolds IS, Wenoet 21, Bush 4 Rhodes J Totals IS 17-30 47. LAKE WOOD SI)i Redman 10, Evans 7, Godown 4, Lamb 21, Klmes I, Hawkins 2. Totals 24 10 70 St. Large 13 10 17 I? -47 Lakeoeed 17 II 6 17-50 Total lo.ii: Largo 12, Lakewood 10. AT NORTHEAST St Petersburg 19, Countryside 31 ST.FETERSEURO (3:Kahane U 00 21. Smith 7 00 14, Qutnlon 0 1-2 I, Davit 4 0-0 I, Luker 1 M2. COUNTRYSIDE (ll)i Walsh 304 6, Fori 4 S-6 13, Anderson 4 0-31, Lyons I 04 2, Serlo 1 O0 2 Total louts: St. Petersburg 10, Countryside I. CCC it. Northeast 47 CCC (S3): C Slater 4 0-2 1 Roddy 90-2 It, L. Hadlield0O3 0.Cedlgan43'4 1 1, M Haddetd 5 04 10. S Slater 2 1-2 5. NORTHEAST (47)1 A Adams 2 04 4, C. Adams I 0-2 2, Jenkins ? 04 14, Leltheusar 6 3-4 15, Zlegler 5 7-3 12. Total touts: CCC IS, N6 16. Tuesday's event UTAH JAZZ Traded 4 1980 second-round Or aft choice to the Denver Nuggets for Tom BosweX, forward; Waived John Brown, forward NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts Op Philadelphia Atlanta NY Rangers NY Islanders Washington vVancouver Chkego Sf Louis Winnipeg Edmonton Colorado Smyth Division 9 5 J 23 S 7 6 16 A 10 4 16 S 10 3 13 3 12 4 10 3 12 3 9 WALES CONFERENCE Adams Dlvlsien Boston 13 2 3 29 6 44 Buffalo 11 S 3 25 71 53 Minnesota 9 4 4 72 79 60 Toronto 1 9 1 17 67 62 Quebec 7 9 3 It 50 61 Morris Conference Montreal 11 S3 25 71 55 Lot Angelas 1 7 4 20 79 M Pittsburgh 6 6 4 II 54 SI Hartford; S 7 S 15 53 52 Detroit 6 1 3 14 49 50 X Late results not Included. New York 35 35 21 19 I-12J JO 25 24 Jt 13-130 Three-point goal Huston Fouled out Cartwright, Meriweather. Total louts Houston 34, New York 31. A-t 953. UTAH (107): Hardy 4 4-4 12. Brlstof It 9-9 31,Pouquette3 04 6, Wiiiams 1104 22, Mara-vlch 3 1-2 7, Boone 5 6-7 13, Gianeej 3 0-0 4. Wakefield 0 04 0, Dawk ins 3 1-2 7. Totals 43 2124 107 CLEVELAND (119)! Russel 12 9-10 33. Mitchell 6 3-4 15, Lambert I 04 2, R Smith 3 2-4 1, Walker 2 4-5 1, A Carr 1 3-4 19, RobiSCh 5 4-4 14. K. Carr 4 3-5 11, Witouohby 2 3-4 7, W, Smith 0 2-2 2, Tatum 0 04 0. Totals 43 33-42 119L Utah 24 79 JS 29-107 Cleveland 23 !3t .J?33il? " Fouled out -Hardy. Total touts-Utah 26, Cleveland 14. Technical K.. Carr. A 6,92 1. DETROIT (105): McAdoo 10 3-4 23, Tyler 53-4 13, Lanler44-4 12, Long 8 1-1 17,McElroY 4 4-5 12, Hamilton 1 6-6 I, Douglas 6 1-2 13, Evans 0 1-2 I, Kelser 0 0-4 0, Money 1 z-2 6. Totals 40 2 5 30 105 ATLANTA ( 109): Drew 13 04 24, Round- field 3 3-4 9, Rollins 3 04 4, Hit 3 3-3 9, Johnson 9 4-4 23, Furlow 3 04 6, Hawes 4 3-3 11, McMil lan 3 04 6, Crlss 5 04 10, Glvens 3 04 6. Totals 41 13-14 109- Detroit Atlanta 26 26-2t 20- Fouled out Lanier, Rollins. Total fouls Detroit 24, Atlanta 21. A-9JJ1. DENVER (124): McGlnnls 5 4-5 14. Wilker- son I 4-5 20, Issel 7 5-5 19, Scott 5 0-0 10, Thompson 6 9-11 21. G. Johnson 2 2-2 6, Rob erts 3 2-2 1, Roche 7 2 2 16, Hughes 2 04 4, Garland 3 04 6 Totals 41 28-32 174 CHICAGO W): Greenwood 4008, May 2 3-3 7, Dielrick 3 04 6, Sobers 5 2-2 12. Theus I 6-7 22, Landsberger 6 2-4 14. 0 Johnson204 4. Awtrey I u-o 2, smith 4 u-o 8, Beshore 3 04 1, Br own 0 04 0. Totals 38 13-16 91. Denver 26 3 1 33 34-174 Chicago 31 1619 25 1 Three-point field goals Beshore 7. Fouled 'out None. Total foul Denver 21, Chicago 2. A 6,495. PHILADELPHIA (111): Ervlng II 4-7 26, C. Jones 3 04 6, Dawkins 11 2 4 24, Cheeks 4 4-7 12. Bibby 5 5-6 15, B Jones 5 7-t 17, Spanar-kle 1 4-4 6, Richardson 1 04 2, Mil 5 04 10. Totals 46 76-34 lit SAN ANTONIO (114): Kenon 7 5-6 19, Olberding 4 04 8, Paultl 6 2-4 14, Silas 4 04 t, Garvin 7 1-9 72, Restani 6 04 13. Gale 1 2-2 4, Evans 9 04 19, Grltfin 1 1-2 3, Klftin 2 04 4. Totals 47 18 23 114, Philadelphia 24 24 40 30-111 San Antonio 24 26 33 29-1 14 Three-point baskets Evans, Restani. Fouled out none. Total fouls Philadelphia 23, San Antonio 26. A 12,843. GOLDEN STATE (109): Parker S 2-7 12 Cooper 5 3-4 13, Parish 5 04 10 White 7 1-2 15, Lucas 8 2-2 II, Roy 3 04 6, Abernethv 3 2-2 1, Townsend 0 1-3 1, Short 10 6-0 26, Coughran 0 urn. loiaisae 1-21 luv. KANSAS CITY (112): Wedman 7 6-6 70, Robmzlne 3 3-3 9, Lacey I 2-2 II, Blrdsong 12 3-5 27, Ford 61-10 20, King 4 04 1, Green I 0-2 2, Grunfeld 2 04 4, Redmond 1 2-3 4, McKirmey 0 0 0 00. Totals 44 24-3) 1 12. Golden State ' " 32 24 35 21-109 Kansas City 21 22 31 31-112 Fouled out None. Total fouls Golden State 28, Kansas City 22. A-7,507. Junior college TUESDAY'S RESULT. SPJC 8), Clearwater Chris. 80 SPJC (ID: Borowltz 4 04 I Damlani I 1-1 17. Graves 4 04 1. Clark 4 1-3 9. Evans 12 1-4 25 Cruder 5 0-1 10 Krueger 3 04 4. 39 3-9 tl. Clearwater Christian (80): Hlnt7 7 04 4 Johnson 111-1 23. McMackin 5 3-4 13. Whllted 1 1-1 3. Wlltgen 12 S-6 29. Gold 3 2 2 1. 34 12 14 80 Helftlme: SPJC 47, Christian 43 Total foulSj 3r-.J-: la inrisiian 1. 1 acnnicais: or"Jc, banch. CCC - Wlltgen. A-750. High school AT PINELLAS PARK TUESDAY'S RESULTS Northeast 54, Countryside 37 NORTHEAST (44): Harrison 6, Lemar 3. Rota 2, Vecchio 4. Cunningham 11, Shaw 8, Hockensmith 22 Totals 72 9-12 54. COUNTRYSIDE (37): Sellers t. Swan 3. Glenn 10, Pasco 2, Rucker 4, Booker 3, Logan 8. Totalsl4 9-7 37. Northeast 16 9 14 15-54 Countryside 2 4 15 4-37 Total fouls: Northeast 19, Countryside II. Dade City 59, Baca Cleoa 49 BOCA CIECA (49): Jenkins 3, Baxter 10, Riley 12, Jackson?. Albert 4, Cannedy II, Dan iels . 1 oiais 71 r-v ay. DADE CITY (S9): R Johnson 34, S. John son I, DeBoss 13, Myers 4, Summer 0, Totals 24 5-1 1 59. Argentine Open AT BUENOS AIRES, ARGENTINA TUESDAY'S RESULTS First reund GuiKermo Vies, Argentina A Bekis Prafoux i-mie aj, e-4 Jose Hlgueras, Spain d. Cassk) Motta. BrajlL e-j. a-1 Carlos Kyrmalr, Brazil d. Rick Fagel U.S.A. 7-5. a-1. Grand Prix of India AT BOMBAY, INDIA TUESOAY'S RESULTS First raund Look Sanders, Netherlands, 0. Shankar Krlhnan,lndia,41,7-6;Ashak Amrrtret, India, d. Wormy Blocher, U S . 6-4, 7-5, Chris Delaney, U.S., d Thierry Slevaux, Belgium, 4-4, 7-4, iwimorewj, woiigang Kopp, west Germany, d Andrew Jarret, England, 0-4, 6-4, 4-4; Tony Graham, U.S., d Mar k Turpm, U.S t-4, 7 Italian Indoor Championships AT BOLOGNA, ITALY TUESDAY'S RESULTS Second reund Fritl Buehiving, U S A. d. Peter Fleming, USA. 6-4, 5-7, 4-4; Ferdl Taygen, US A d. Gmo Vatluone, Italy 6-4, 6-4 Mark Cox , Britain a villorx) Magnet!, Italy 6-3, 6-3. Brighton Tournament AT BRIGHTON, ENGLAND TUESDAY'S RESULTS Second round BiKe Jean King (4), U.S.A. d. Pam Teeguar-den, USA. 6-3, 6-2 Terry HoUeday, U.S.A. d. Michel Tyler, Britain e-t, 6-1 Maritt Rcdondo, U S A, d. Arm Klyornura, U.S. 6-3. 6-1 Virginia Wade (3), Britain d. Lea AntonopHs, U S A. 6-2, 6-2 Suncoast Ladies league (Through Nov. 20) STANDINGS W L MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled - TUESDAY'S RESULTS Boston 5, Quebec 3 St Louis 6, New York Islanders 3 Washington 3, Colorado 3 (tie) I LOS Angeles et Vancouver, night TODAY'S GAMES Winnipeg af New York Rangers, 7:35 pm SLLouts at Pittsburgh, 7:35 pm Buffalo at Hertford. 7:35 p.m. Oetroit at Atlanta, 1 05 p.m. Edmonton at Toronto, 1:05 p.m. Wasftinglon at Chicago, 1:35 p.m. I New York Islanders at Minnesota, 1:35 p.m Philadelphia at Los Angeles, 1105 p.m. Tuesday NHL summaries Boston 3 2 1 5 uuebec 10 2 3 1. Boston, Middleton 6 (RateHe). 2. Boston. Ratelle 7 (Middleton, Doe) 3. Quebec. Lac- roix 2 (Cotei. 4, Boston, McNab 9 (Redmond, u wemvj 1 Boston, Marcotte 3 (Redmond) 6, Quebec, Filchner S (HoganionGoutet). 7. Quebec, Lacroix 3 (Cloutier, Leduc). I, Boa- ron. nourque 4 (unassisted). Shots on goal Boston 10-5-12 27. Que bec 7-4-9 22. Goalies Boston, Cheevers. Quebec Hogosta. A 11,897. New York St. Louis 02 1-1 3 2 2 -1 St, Louis, Turnbut 3 (Crombeen. Dtxv. lop), 2, SI Louis,Paley2(Klassen,Komados-kl). 3, SI. Lojis. Sutler 5 (Chapman, Brownscbi)) 4. New York, Bossy 13 (Trot-tier, D. Polvml s.st Louis, Chapman 3 (Fed- rko. Komadosku. 6, New York, Trottler 12 ID. Potvm, Persson). 7, New York. GiH.es 7 (Persson D Potvin). 8, St. Louis, Federko 7 (Brownschktle) 9, SI. Louis, Duntoo 4 (Thom son, Brownschidle). Shots on goal New York 10-8-6 24 St Louis 9- lot 27. Goalies New York. Resch. St. Louis. Llut. A 9,540 NHL leaders SCORING Tampa Airport Treasure Island Davis Island Royal Racquet Carroltwood SP Tennis Center Racquet Club NE Indian Springs Countryside Pakna Ceia Tennicondo Club Tennis TMWML 2 94 98 91 86 71 15 84 73 63 56 45 109 22 HI 56 5 54 62 69 70 81 77 G A Pts Dranne, LA 17 24 41 Lafleur, Mtl 17 14 31 Simmer, LA 17 13 30 Taylor, LA 11 19 30 Trottier, NYI 11 17 21 Goring, LA 7 19 26 MarDonld, Edm 14 11 25 Perreault, But 13 12 25 Gretrky, Edm 7 18 25 Smith, Mln 4 It 24 AHL Tampa entries MATINEE-12:45 pm. FIRST RACE 5 16 MHa, Gr. D 1 Vequero Fay's Penny $ 2 Lewchak's Dusty P Nut President t 1 Cam Free For At 7 4 Hey Hotly Totsy Max Jusl Max I SECOND RACE 516 Mist, Gr, D: 1 Husker ken Ta 5 3 Squeegle Weld! Yur Step 6 3 Loeber Chevm 7 4 Wright Bahla WhafHSindy J THIRD RA E-5 16 MH. Gr M: 1 Meet Me Halfway MB 1 Big Tito 5 This Way Gallant Son t 3 Baby Blush Manatee Mattl 7 4Sllas Gar bar Bud'sMorkt FOURTH RACE -5 14 Mile, Gr. S: 1 W Grown Bootsy whit 5 J MB's Fuck Brimming Cup 6 Gallant Warrior Manatee Gump 7 ICF Rlngo Bob's Chato I 516 Mile, Gr. S: FIFTH RACE 1 Bob's Linda 2 Gallant Modest 1 SteaHn My Stuff 4 Bowen Lacey Cotton 5 DG's Tip Top 6 Cora's Pride 7 HD's Dash On I SIXTH RACE-516 Mile, Gr. S: 1 HD's Dog Buckets Ful Of 5 3 Moving Champ Kate Jackson 6 3 Frank Cowles Bob's Josh 7 4 C, sla Jane Bandstander I SEVENTH RACE-516 Mile, Gr B: ) Gallant Now Blueberry HU 3 Wright Free Cram de la Creme 6 3 Streaker J Buzl On 7 4R Marvin ? EIGHTH RACE 881 Sprint, Gr. D: 1 Leurita Ftolen 5 7 No Deposit Each His Own 6 3 Awsome Wonder Disco Don 7 4 Bob 1 Slizler BaronsEarlJ NINTH R ACE 516 Mile, Or. A? 1 Wright Chenook K's Poco S 3 Close Encounter Dear Darcy 6 3 Vo Zoom Tavern Nut 7 4 Bendixon Joyful Event I 5 14 Mile, Gr. C: Next To M 5 Harry Buck 6 LB's Jackaroo 7 Manal ee Steve 8 Si 16 Mile, Gr. B: Gusto S Worthing 6 Wright Elvis 7 Jonas SandyJ TENTH RACE- 1 Carry Cap 2 Two Stroke 3 Capricorn Boy 4 Annie Pat ELEVENTH RACE- 1 LB s War Chief 2 Pine Grov 3 Bondon 4 Bob's Daty TWELFTH RAC6-3I Mile, Gr. E: 1 flitter Day Armarda S 2 Carolina Gallant Move 6 3 Gifted Miss Sutro 7 4 Echo Wesly Same Dee Moss 1 NIGHT 7:30 p.m. FIRST RACE-5 16 Mile, Gr. D 1 Anna Ring Victoria Station 5 3 Lightly F Lee Bailey 6 3 See Rite Red Tag 7 tRacket Maker Lake Dash t SECOND RACE- 1 Gallant Okie 2 Tornado Susie 3 Ornery J 4 Mountain Girl SI 16 Mil, Gr. C: Silva Cathy S LR's Best Way t Slippery 7 MB's Bubba I THIRD RACE-516 Mile, Gr. D-. 1 Hi Pete ithaca S 2 GE's Admiral Gallant Pak 6 3 N's Suiie Woozy Blossom Troubles 7 4 Trlsha Ann Rocktown Mystic t FOURTH RACE-516 Mile, Gr. sT 1 Bob's Zeb Brison 5 2 Best Shot 'Belchamp 6 3 lis And Or But Alta Rose 7 4 HPS Carry Dave Hanton I FIFTH RACE 5 16 Mlk), Gr. S: 1 Bob's Lobo DG's Hot Toddle 5 3 In The Meantime Choppie 6 3 Bo Duke Huddle 7 4 At's Joe De Stuart 8 SIXTH RACE- 1 Ag Striker 2 LB s MesaW 3 Charter 4 Wright Arch TUESDAY'S RESULTS Treasure Island 9, CarroUwood 5 Tampa Airport 13, Oub Tennis 1 Royal Racquet 10, St. Pet 1 ennls Center 4 Countryside 7, Palma Cela 7 Davis Island 12, md.isn Springs 3 Racquet Oub NE 1 1, Tennicondo 3 MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S RESULTS Adirondack at New Brunswick TODAY'S GAMES New Brunswick at Maine Rochester at New Haven Hersiiey at Springfield Adirondack at Nova Scotia Major League All-Star exhibition AT TOKYO, JAPAN TUESOAY'S RESULTS United states ool too 100-2 Japan 000 000 03X--3 Bibby, Clear (3), McGraw (4), Lopet (5), Forsch (61, Garber (7), Monge (8), Leonard (8 7-3), andParrish. Taaahasni, Murata (5), Matsunuma (7), Kltabappu (8), Komatsu (9), Nasnida, and Kimata. W Kitabeppu, L Monge. HR Parrlsh (1), Shtmalanl (1). CHL MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESOAY'S RESULTS Houston at Birmingham Fort Worth at Oklahoma City Sal) Lake at U S Olympic Team TODAY'S GAMES Salt Lake at Cincinnati Tulsa at Fort Worth Dallas at Oklahoma City Tuesday's events BOSTON BRUINS Sent center Dwlght Foster to Hinghamton of the AHL. WASHINGTON CAPITALS - Sent left wing Errol Rausse to Hershey of the AHL and called up right wing Tim Couiis. Tampa results NIGHT SI 16 Mile, Gr. D: I8 60 6 80 10.60 -31.94. Latest line Home team In bold PRO BASKETBALL (NBA) Baca Clega Oad Clfy 16 15 10 i 1) II 14 1S- Total fouls: Boca Oega 17, Dade City Pasco 10. Glbbs 14, SPC 71 SPC (75): Jenney 12, Sebacner II, Giparas 11, Murphy II, Haycuke 6, Armstrong 13, Reitnauer 0, Warren 7, Grattan 4, Totals 26 11-73 75 GIBBS (84): Garner 10. WHUanm 4, Wooda Phillips 9, Houston 15 Clark 10, Church 14, Lea 14, totals 36 7 14 86, SPC 32 20 21 17-75 Glbbs 22 24 16 24- 86 Total fouls: SP'cVthofic 17, Glbbs 23. ' Pinelles Park 64, CCC 13 Pinellas Park (44): Ooroshow 7, Hauga- book 13, Patterson 4, Shakespeare 0, Sburharf 13, Strickland 10, Ward 14, Williams 2. Totals 25 14-70 64 CCC (53); Liner dot t, Shlamon 7, CDowd 2, Seteck 4, Jackson 12, Wntams 7, Feterbeebar IJ. Totals 21 11 15 53 CCC It II 14 17-53 Pinellas Park It 13 17 18-64 Total fouls CCC 12, PP 13 Fouled out: none Technical; CCC-Jack son AT CCC H'slde 60. Bvshr. Vthd 51 NORTHSIDE (40):MortOn9, Hardman 19, Cover! 10, Montenaz 21, Cooney 1, Totals 7 8-16 60 BAYSHORE (S3): Pucker t. Hntf II, Ford- ham 2. Sandford 20, Brown a, Saidon t. Totals 23 7-10 51. 40 53 Nerthtld 14 15 17 14- Beyshere 7014 4 15 I Total fouls: NorhSside 10, Bayshor It.' Boston 8 New Jersey Washington t Cleveland Detroit t'i Utah Indiana 4 New York Milwaukee 4V Atlanta Houston 4 Philadelphia Denver 7' San Diego Phoenix 5Vt Kansas City Seattle 5 Los Angelas PRO HOCKEY (NHL) Favorite Goals Underdog Butfato 12-1 Hartford N. Y. Rangers 2-2'j Winnipeg Pittsburgh Wi-2 SI. Louis Toronto 2-2' Edmonton Atlanta IVi-2 Detroit Chicago V,-1 Washington Minnesota Even-'r N.Y. Islander Las Angeles Evn-u Philadelphia PRO FOOTBALL (NFL) THURSDAY'S GAMES Favorite points Underdog Chlrogo 4 Detroit Dallas 3 Houston SUNDAY'S GAMES Washington 2'ti New Yark Giants New Orleans I Atlanta Cincinnati J St Louis Tampa Bay 7va Minnesota New England 10 Buffalo Pittsburgh tOV Cleveland Philadelphia 4 Green Bay Los Angeles 4 San Franclsc San Diege 10 Kansas City Denver 7 Oakland Miami 3"a Baltimore MONDAY'S GAME Sattl 6 New York Jtt COLLEGE FOOTBALL FRIDAY, NOV. 23 Favorite Points Underdog FIRST RACE- What's Deb (6) Kar.ebuilt (I) Cuieno (4) Qulniela (1-4) 54.40. T SECOND RACE-516 Mile, Gr. C: Wright Affaired 16) 9.40 3 40 Gauntlet (2) 3.40 Black Jack Jim (1) Ouiniela (2-4) 14 80. T 31.51. Trifecta (6-2-1) 77.40. Box and Wheel 38.70. Dally Donble JV6) .116.20. THIRD RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr, M: Bank Balarie (6 ) 5.20 3 40 Pendleton (7) 13.00 Last Hurrah (3) Qukwtla (6 7 ) 47 80 T-31.64. Tiifecta (6-7-3 ) 806.80, Box and Wheel 403 40. 360 260 3.20 260 5 00 3.00 FOURTH RACE-516 Mlk), Gr D: HD's Fran (3) 9.00 510 5.40 T's Silver Girl ( 1 ) 4.40 3 70 Gallant Sow (5) 7.20 QufnioMi (1-3 ) 24 20. T-31.44. Trifecta (3-1-5) 160 70. Box and Wheel 180. 10, "FIFTH RACE 38 Mile, Gr D: Echo Bounder (4) 29.00 1020 5 40 Pran Fortune (I) 6.80 4.60 Manasota Matt (2) 7 20 Quinlel (1-4) 15 40. T 38.37. Trifecta (4-1-2 ) 953.60. Box and Wheel 476.80. 300 4 20 5.00 Housfan Florida St 17 20 Favorite Georgia Tech Clemson Kentucky Maryland North Carolina Nebraska Missouri xMississlpol St. Oklahoma St, Texas Texas A&M Ceiarede xxUSC Oregon Louisiana Sf. Arkansas Arliona Sf. iNoIre Dame Mamptui St. Brigham Young SATURDAY, NOV. 34 Texas Tech Florida Pointt 3 , 1 NL 5' !3'i Pick rn 10 VH 3 II 9 1 15 15 Pkfc 'am 14 5 10 5 4 SUNDAY' NOV. 25 Leullvlll. 3f3 X At Jackson, Mis. XX At the CaHseum, Los Angeles 1-AI Littl Rok. Arkansas jz-At T'AyO, Japan NL Nokne Undardog Georgia Sautti Carolina Tennessee Vk ginia Duke Oklahoma Kansas Mississippi Iowa St. Baylor Texas Christian Kansas St. IX I A Oregon St. Tulane SMU Arizona Miami (Fia ) f Inclrm alt San Oleg St, Rutgers SIXTH RACE- 516 Mile, Gr. A: Bob s Turbo (5) 14.20 5 80 4 80 K's Juno (8 ) 5.00 6 00 On Theenarh (1) 5.40 Qulnielo (541 40 40. T 31.13, Trifecta (51-1) 43J00. Box and Wtmnl 7 1 6 50. SEVENTH RACE-5 )6 MHeflV. B: Herbl Penny (2) 6.40 4.70 H's Jonrwrta (7) 4 80 Husker Dale (6) Quimeia 17 7) 17.00 T-31.45. Trilec ta (7-7-6) 300 20. Box and Wheal 150 10. "EIGHTH "racE-3 t MHe, Gr. A: 1 Lynn Marie ( 1 ) 4,60 3.00 3 60 Bob s Sunshine (2 ) 4.80 4 00 Manatee Mmdy (51 5.40 Uuimeia ( 1-2) 24 40. T 38.03. Trifecta (1-2-S) 632 60. Box and Wheel 316.30. NINTH RACE 5 l6Mlle, Gr. A: Uffda(2l 1.60 4 00 3 80 Boly Zat (3) 3.40 3.00 Midnight Captain (4) 6.00 Quiniela(2 3) 12 40. T 3147. Trifecta (2 3-4) 118 60. Box and Wheel 59.30. "TfcNTH RACE-516 Mte, Gr C: K's Balmier (51 14.00 5 40 5.40 Gallant Emma 1 1 ) 4.80 5 00 HD's Queen (4) 160 Quimeta 1 1-5 ) 36 80 T 31.45. Tf ife la (5-1-4) 581 00. Box and Wlieei 290 50 "eleven th RACE 5 It MHe, Gr. ft Cool Gal 13) 15.60 5.40 3.A0 HD's Fk (4) 10 0 4 80 Another Clanton (1) 4.40 lOtJinlela (14 ) 59 60. T 31.01. TWELF fH RACE J' 8 MHe, Gr B: Dashar Bet (5) )5 t0 11.40 5 00 Bonded Lady (I) 4.40 3 20 Revel 16) 340 Quiwela (5-1) 35 10 T-3t.37. Trifetla (514) 475 M. Box and When 237 90. B'g Q (3-4) (5-t) M17.40. Altendarve-4,519. Handie-46t,530. it- 5 16 Mile. Gr. A-T: Four Point 5 JM's Speed Rapid 6 K'S Prince 7 HP's Bo Bo 1 516 Mile, Gr. B: I Dont Get Mad 5 LB's Big Moose 6 Master Scott 7 Calendar Gal 8 SEVENTH RACE- 1 Yellow Princess 3 Buckshot Bob 3 Mecca 4Pro Bowler EIGHTH RACE-38 Mile, Gr. A: 1 JM's Fast Rapid She Talks S 3 Gallant View BK's Express 6 3 K's Flak Keep Yur Cttlnup 7 4Tryon Master Mix 8 " NINTH RACE 514 MHe, Gr. A: 1 DG's Irish Reb Abkar M 5 2 Or Tenderhands K's Beware t 3 Brave One Detroit City 7 4 Manasota Marc Smokle Blase 1 TENTH RACE 38 Mile, Gr. D: ' 1 Whiz Penny Danger Signal 5 2 Denelce Win Penny 6 3 HD's Walt Manasota velvet 7 4 Banshee Girl Brittany ELEVENTH RACE- 1 HD's Press On 2 Big Favor 3 Adair Scott 4Maoretta TWELFTH RACE-1 Wright Atlas 3 Frosty Mug 3 HD's First Maid 4 Shabbona 516 Mile, Gr. C: Tender Loving 5 H's Sparkplug 6 GE's Treasure 7 LB's ClaymoreJI 38 Mile, Gr. C: Laughing Lisa 5 Potassium 6 Gatant Coweta 7 I'm Gon t Tampa selections MATINEE 1. Cam (3), Lewchak's Dusty (2), Vaquero (1). 3. Loeber (3), Wright Bahia (4), What's Sln-dy (8). 3. Silas Garber (4), MB's Big Tito (5), Bud's Mork (8). 4. Bob's Chato (1), Brimming Cup (6), MB's . Flick (2). 5. Gallant Modest (2). Bob's Linda (1), Lacey Cotton (5). t. Bob's Josh (7), Gala Jan (4), Kate Jackson (6). 7. Gazette (8), Wright Free (2), Blueberry Hill (5). 8 Laurita(1),Bob'sSlzzler(4),NoDeposlt (3). 9. K's Poco (5), Tavern Nut (7), Wright Chanook ( 1 ). 10. Next To Me (5), LB's Jackaroo (7), Carry Cap (1). 11. Wright Elvis (7), Bob's DaUy (4), LB'S War Chief (1). 13. Carolina (2), Gallant Move (6), Flitter Day (I). Daily Double: 3-3. Best Bet: Bob'l Josh (7) In the sixth rac. NIGHT 1. Red Tag (7), f Lee Bailey (6), Anna Ring (1). 2. LR's Best Way (6), Slippery (7), Sllva Cathy (5). 3. Rocktown Mystic (I), GE's Admiral (2), Blossom Troubles (7). 4. Belcharnp (6), Brison (5), Bob's Zeb (I). 5. Bob's Lobo (1), In The Meantlm (2), Huddle 17). 6. Four Point ( 5), JM'S Speed Rapid (6), Ag Striker (1). 7. IDon'tGetMad(5),Yelk)wPrlncss(l), Buckshot Bob (2). I. K's Flak (3), JM's Fast Rapid (1), Master Mix (8). 9. Detroit City (7), Smokl Bias (8), Dr . Tenderhands (2). 10. Brittany (I), Denelce (2), Banshee Girl (4). 11, Adair Scott (3), HD's Press On (1), LB's Claymore (8). 12 Laughing Lisa (5), Shabbona (4), Wright Atlas (I). Daily Double- 7-t. Best Bet: K's Flak (3) In the eighth rac. Tides Today: Sun rises 6:56 a.m., sets 5-34 pm Moon rises 8:33 a.m., sets 7: 16 p.m. St Petersburg Municipal Pier high tides are at 1-25 a.m. and 4:16 p.m. Low tides are at 9:07 a.m. and 7:41 pm. Thur sday: Sun rises 4.57 a m., sets 5-35 D m. Moon rises 9 30 a m., sets 8: 1 1 p.m St Petersburg Municipal Pier high tides are at 2:01 a.m. and 5:12 p.m. Low tides are at 9:52 a.m. and 1: 19 pm Solunar tables The Malor Periods, the best times to Hsh, art shown m boldface type. These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, equally as good and shown in regular type, are of somewhat shorter duration. Minor Malar Miner Malar AM. P.M. Today, Nov. 21 S40 - 4:15 12:25 Thursday, Nov. 22 6:35 1.40 7;10 1:30 Friday, Nov. 23 7:45 JtOO 110 tJO Saturday, Nov, 24 300 9:10 145 945 4O0 Sunday, Nov. 25 ID: 10 4:30 Marine weather Cape Sble to Tarpon Springs out 50 miles: Winds easterly around 15 knots Ihrough tonight. Seas 2 to 3 feel near shore and 3 to 5 feet oftshore. Partly cloudy. Seawater temperature Tuesday at Egmonf Key 69 degrees, Tampa Bay 70 degrees. , J 4vA-ai4,,4s,4jk.fL.tss.ai

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