Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida on November 7, 1979 · 30
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2C ST. PETERSBURG TIMFS WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 7. 1979 ' " NFL AMCIIICAK COMTCHIHCI fast e L T Pet p P 7 j $ too as' M t tin m MTjm m i uttaso 4 4 ao M Its Bamnore 4 4 t asss I'l 307 I t V VS. 7 ) Joe JU I'l 3 I JOS 111 It nt w tat 7t )u in wo rit tea MM HI 152 NATIONAL. CONFERENCE Dates I I M ltaiVM t 4 I WO Iti It' t U0 "1 lJ is y hm 4 too 147 its y low I 1 JMW Central Tampa Bay ; J 'oo m io Cracego ft 500 IIS I'l Anearwtota 4 AUO ll 2J2 bwlaf ) f J0 IS7 20 Cassrort I 0 100 141 245 Lot Angeles S i 500 It US n ( s 5 e soo in 7os Atlanta 4 t WW SenFrenclsre I 100 IM 270 SUNDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 24. Ftiaedeiphie 19 Dtfll 14. New York Giants 14 wo England 74 Buflaio 4 Atlanta I. Tampa Bey 14 Pittsburgh 31, Washington Baltimore J4. tkvinneli 28 al Louis 3', Minnesole ' San Oiego 70. Kensas City 14 LhM ago 35, Detroit ' Lul Angelel 34. Seethe 0 Oanver 10. New Orleans 3 Maw Vwk Jail 77, Green Bay 22 Oakland 73. San Francisco 10 MONOAY'S RESULTS Houston f, Miami 4 tUNDAV, Mav. II Baltimore 41 Miami, 1 R.m. buwo al New York Jets, I p m. Piltsbur oh al Kansas City, I sm Oakland al Houston, I p m . at Louis at Washington, I p m. San LHego at Ckx innalt, 1 p m. Tampa Pay al Oatralf, I p.m. Seattle at Cleveland, I p m Lok Angeles at Clat ego. 3 p rn. AAwmauila vs. Graan Bay at Milwaukee, 3 p m San Francisco at New Orleans, 7 pm. Atlanta al Naw York Giants, 4 pm. New England al Denver, 4pm MONOAV, Nav. II Philadelphia al Dasas, 9 p m. CFL Ok OlOret W O-ego (jaevMSnd & Final Standings ik.t W L T Pl PF FA Montreal II 4 I 23 341 214 Ottawa It I II HI 111 Hamilton t 10 0 I? 210 3Ji Tix onto S II 0 10 234 352 Wakt Edmonton 12 2 t 2 ! J It Calvary II 4 0 24 312 I'l Br ColumtM t 4 I It lit III Wmrapao 4 12 0 I 213 140 tekaaltnawan I 14 0 4 114 4J7 Playafft SATURDAY'S GAMC Watt CtataraAC Samtt inal BrHh Cokrta at Caigary. 4 pm. SUNDAY'S CAMC Cat! CwlifKKi Vamtflnal kiamjRon at Ottawa, 2 ffJTi. Jhe AP top 20 Tia Top Twantr tvamk ai Ttw Akkociaiad vet coaaga toottat pot, wim rit-piaca vo ai paraWkavracordk and totalpotk Oaoamaikki 1-0-0 170 lMrnu II l-C-a 1.IW aco iiaia I) 1,154 4 Var Camotm (7) 1-0-1 1.151 SJ-uklori ; !-- fJHi tO"awa 7--1 t 7kra Staw a--t m Iui 4---0 157 Arkmal 7-I- II KmoIW t-l-l 'al ' i inam Young 1-0-0 44 f!JmkOMr9" S' 13kraCmt a-2-l 434 14P-jroa 7 !- 437 15 Aavwigtoi 7 2-t 4U0 U Adjourn 4-2-0 Tji 17 Strv -2- 155 It Oarvxi 4-2-0 lit It tan Car tar a-2 lot 71 iXaklForatt 7-2-0 73 The UPI top 20 Th Unttad Prait kit ar national Board of CoAcnak' top 20 coaaga footbal ratmgk, wrm ftrkt-piaca votak and worHokk rocordk in par-rrmakak (ranrh waakj: Taam Ftlnts 1. Alabama (13) (1-0) 415 7. NaOrakka 15) 11-01 561 3. SootharnCal (3) (KM) 521 4 Houiton (1) (H 50t 5. Ohio Statt lt-0) 471 43 Florida Statt (1-0) 313 7. Oklahoma 11-1) 350 I Ttxak la-l) 3H 9. Arkanktk (7-1) 201 10. Michigan (1-1) 254 11. Brigham Young (1-0) 200 12. Plttkburgh (7-1) 173 13. Mo Ire Dama (4-2) 113 14. Wathington (7-2) 90 15. Purdut (1-2) 41 It. Baylor (4-2) 21 17. Ckamton (4-2) 10 II. Tampla (7-1) 7 19. Wakt Forttt (7-2) 4 20. Louisiana Statt (5-3) 4 Not By agraamant with ht Amartcan Football Coachas Askociatlon, ttamt on probation by the NCAA are InaUgible tor top 20 and national championship consideration by the UPI Board of Coaches. Those teams currently on probation are: Oklahoma Statt, Auburn and Memphis State. Dunkel Index SATURDAY'S GAMES Higher Rating Opposing Rating Team Dift Taam MAJOR GAMES FRIDAY, NOVEMBER Nev.JUsV 77.3 (3) Tenn.St 7S.4 SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Ala St S3 13) MUs Val 52. 1 Alabama 108.3 (201 L.S.U. 89 0 Alcorn 618 '34l Prairie V 27 1 Appalach'n 69.7- 110) WmaMary 59 8 Arizona 68 3 115) S-DietfoSl 73.1 Arizona St 916 (7 U.C L.A. 85.1 Arkansas 101.7 181 Baylor 94.1 Aus Peay 56 5 ID Tenn Tsch" 55 3 Ball S 73 5 121 W Michigan' 71.1 Boise St 76 0 16) Nev.Reno 69.6 Brig Young 100.4135) LongBeach" 65 3 Brown 66.3 16 Dartmouth 60.5 California 90 3. 110) Wakh.St 60.7 Cent. Mich 800 .(25) E Michigan 55.4 Crui'nooija 69.8 (11 Citadel 68 3 Cinc'nall " (11) OhloU 63.6 Clemson 95.0 (8) N.Carolina 87.5 Colgate 59.0 18) Bucknell 51.3 Colo.St 84.4 (14) N.Mexico 70.7 Connect't 66.9 ID Boston U 66.4 Cornell 69.1 (23) Columbia 46 0 Davidson 54 3 (6) Woftord 48 8 E Carolina 86.8I28) Richmond 59.3 E.Illmols 68.0(12) IlllnolsSt 55 6 ETenn' 77 6 137) Mid Tenn 411 3 FlaAAM 59 9 (01 Sou t hern U 59 3 Florida St 96.4 () S.Carolina 90 4 Fullerton 68 2 (5) Freno 63.3 Ga Tech 77.7 (51 AirForce 72 I Georgia 13 1 181 Florida 75.2 Gramblln 70.4 (16) S C. State 54 3 Harvard 55.1 (71 Penn 48 4 Indiana 88 3 III Illinois 79 0 Jackson St 89 7 10) EasternKy 69 4 Kentucky 79 3 . (14) Vanderbilt 65.4 Lafayette 541 (271 Wagner 28 1 Lamar 74 9 (201 N'west La 55 4 Lehigh 64 1 (121 Maine 52.0 Louisville 83 8 (14) Memphis 71.4 Mass U 66 4 (41 HolyCross 62 6 McNeese 78.3 113i La.Terh 65 9 Miami, O 69 9 (181 KentSt 517 Mich St 83 3 (21 Minnesota 818 Michigan 100.3 (13) Purdue 87 7 Miss St 90 0 (0) Auburn B9 6 Missouri 87 8 (121 Iowa St 75.7 Montana 569 I8i N Colo 48 8 Montana 8t 85.1.(2) N.DakotaSt' 83.4 Morehead 37.3 1121 Madison 453 N.H'shlre 59.3(13) Springfield 46,1 N Iowa 66.1 18) WesternKy 58 9 N'eastLa 63 8 13) IndlanaSt 81.1 Nebraska 108 5 (33) KansasSt 75.4 NotreLlame 94 9 . (2) Tennessee 92 8 Ohio State 106.6 1 22 1 Iowa 84.7 Okla St 85 3 (11( Colorado 75 0 Okrahoma 106.1 .(261 Kansas 80 3 PennState 93.6 . (5) N.C State 88 3 Pittsburgh 94 7 (11) W Virginia 83 6 Portland St 591 (101 IdahoSt 50 0 Rutgers 82 7 (11) Army 65 0 S Illinois 67 1 II) Drake 68 9 S M.U. 10 7 (111 Wichita 62 2 San Jose 73 3 '12i Pacific 63 6 So Calif 107 4 (131 Washington 94 5 So Miss 911 (26) Bowl gfir n 65 5 Stanford 95,2 III Oregon 17 6 Syracuse 82 1 10) Navy 811 Temple 89,3 (27) Akron 62 3 Tex Arl'n 11.4....-(IS) B'westlj 65 0 Tex Soulh'n 43.3 . ') Langston 35 8 Texas 103 4 (3) Houston 100 9 Texas Tech 90.3 T C U. 811 Toledo 78.0 (141 N Illinois 64.1 Tularw at '71 Mls'alppl 79 4 Tulsa 79 1 ll N fclfl at Ut V U 1 44 1 ... .41 atarsTikll 54 7 Viismia 14 7 ' 101 Va Tech 74 1 Wfarollna tt t ..,141 Furmar. 14 1 l.toiMC at 4 till I"e 71.4 Weoar HI HI..., . '21 Idaho 54 7 Hunnilli' 74 I I 111 N western III W,i.u,g Ml 'I' Ark St HI yu 71 9 . .- Ill) Prtotetusi 3 OTHIR ASTIR M FMIDAY. MOVEatBtB I riwrnn 41 I III W Chaster 4e I Giaaeburo 3a t III Patareuo 331 tATVRDAr. KOVIalBr-R II A I C 111 '33' HofrtreMI Albany 43 1 117' fordl.em 2k I Allied' t t '1' Buffalo 20 Oerion 45 1 -HI Indiana Pa' 42 4 I KlrciidBbsr 44l'7t Ilioomst) g 39 1 Edir boro 41 1 '7' W rr irnter' I Ital 14 9 1101 LeOVauey 34 1 0nrva 34 1 ill Allegheny 23 6 Cttyg' 33 1 '! I'rsinua lit HLblrt Ml .HI. UPI 111 1 '! . k2 3 -JuniaUl 33 1 -Kutrtowr 44 7 LA Htm U 1 -Lycwmir.g 37 0 Mfu-uilr 4t I Muhler.o g" Mi I N C U7 46 7 y ..i f 417. ti Conn 33 7 Irrx-kot 29 1 F Uki son I I Mansfield 24 1 Bi.p Rock 35 0 Dukmson 17 2 JrrsryClly 10 '30 111 M'erkvlan 19 1 15. Dei Stale 41 7 .341 Klr.giPt 25 7 . 4I Curtiand 20 2 f--u.nM.ll a 4 .i Coast (j' 15 1 fci.ipprnabg 41 7 1131 Calif Sf 2 5 M UwtiM J) I3 Roi-hesoer 35 0 Trenton 34 I l ) 1 Kesn 23 I Vnion 163 'l) Hsrr.iiwn 16 1 Vusala 12 3 III AlUi'g'.t 23 3 Wash-Jeff 30 1 'H firovet Ity 111 Widener 50 1 '25' BW thmore 24 1 W likes 34 1 ' 14. Busbanna 15 J OTHER MIOWItTERH SATURDAY, NOVIMHER 10 Anderson 39 1 '271 Tsylor 13 1 blufllon 23 1 '3i Manrherler 20 1 Butler 371 III Evansville 32 1 Cameron fki I . Hi CentralSt 42 t Cent Okla 6 I .1111 N ea.lOkla 54 7 Colo Col' 10 3 '3l Truuly III Daybm 54 0 1271 St Norbert' 37 1 Ilvlkware 76 7 '61 Your.gst n 70 1 r.aurialie 37 1 -'II Plallevllle 35 1 E Cent Okla Ml 1171 N wesiokla 37 1 Evangel 30 7 l Cent Mo 29 9 Flndlay 40 3 .. 1201 Ijeltance 20 7 Franklin 36 7 . 1101 Wilmington' 28 1 Ft Hays 310 101 Mo West n 21 OlwnKy 43 1 III Ir.dCent .13 Hanover 33.1 1 301 Earlham 3 0 Hiram 236 111 Oberlln 15 0 Kearney 13 3 13)01 Wayne. Neb 33 6 Mo bouth'n 37 1 13)1 Washburn 34 3 Nell Omaha 80 0 (Ml Kl ( loud 46 0 Pittsburg 461 111) EmporlaSl' 14 1 Holla 36 4 . .1131 Lincoln. Mo 26 3 Htver Falls 56 1.1171 KlevensHt 38 3 St Johns 63 8 ..l St Thomas' 45 1 Htout St' 617 '6l LaCrosse 45 1 S Dak St 68 5 101 S Dakota 311 8 westokla 62 I Ill B eastly 45 1 Vafc.r:o 43 0 17 1 81 Joiephs 34 1 W.l.a.h 63 6 t43l Drl'auw 19 1 Whitewater 44.1 III Oahkosh 35 3 OTHER SOUTHERN SATURDAY, NOVIMUER 10 Angelo St III (111 S Houston 40 4 Ark Tech SI S Hi S SI Ark 43 0 Au.tln 111 1331 SillHoss 28 1 B Cookman 43 4,111 MorilHr'n 36 6 Bethany 29 0 , 3l Kenyon 26 1 HIhoi' 44 1 III PlneHluff 38 7 C W Post III 'Si Towson 49 5 Catawba' 40 1 I 111 Guilford 29 9 Cent Ark 60 3 141 Henderson' 46 6 Cent Fla' 27 I 101 Sewanee 27.4 Delta St 69 1 114. Livingston 41 1 E N Mexico 47 I.I2I Tex Luth'n 45 3 ETaaHt 16 0 I S I 8 F Austin 63 3 Elon' 866 .-.(5) Len Hliyne 48 7 Fayettev'le 32.4 I4i J C Smith 28 1 Frostburg 34 7 HI Md E Shore 29 9 Ft Valley 33 1 '23l risk 11 1 G-Webb 37 1 .HI Em-Henry 30 1 G town.DC 20l(ll Wash-Lee' 194 H-Sydney 38 7 HI H Macon 27 4 LlbcrtyHap't 12 7. I15i Canlslus 37 4 M lersv le 13 5 (14. Salisbury 38 4 Maryvule 441 3 . I27i Centre 13 7 Miss Col 69 3 1101 N Alabama 59 5 Morgan 57 3 1141 Va State 43 1 Newberry 54 7 toi Mar.Hlll 54 4 Norfolk 43 5 '231 BowleSt 20 3 Ouachita 47 3 '4( Harding 43 1 Presby n 63 3 l!4i C-Newman 49 1 R-Hulman 36 7 1131 SW Tenn" 23 7 S east La 712 H3i Nlcholls 58 6 S west Tel 63 7 ... Hi Abilene 56 I TexaaAel 73 0 -i23i How Pavne 48 1 W alaryiantf 411 -.111 J Hopkins 30 1 OTHER FAR WESTERN SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 10 Adams St" i HI W N Mex 31 I Npruirkdge 44 I '111 Sac to St 35.1 1 Heaaa Teaal NATIONAL MAJOR LEADERS Alaoanji lot 2 Nebraska Its! I fsoCklll vr, 4 On 10 State .10 I Oklahoma 1 1 Texas 103 4 Arkansas -101 7 Hosun 100 I Mirr.igan -ltl Brig Young 10lj.4 F sorida St 94 4 S'-ar.ford 94 2 C lemaon VS 0 NoUe Dama . 94 I Pi'Uburg h 94 7 Washington . 94 I Texaa AAM - 94 1 Baylor 94 1 Penn State . 93 I Tennessee 92 I Arizona St -91 I Bo Miss 91 1 S Carolina ... 90 4 Texas Tech .941 I California 90 3 Miss St 90 0 Auburn 89 6 Temple 89 3 L S U 89 0 N C State B8 S Maryland 88 4 Indiana 88 1 Arizona 68 Missouri 87.8 Purdue 87.7 Oregon 87 6 N Carolina 87 3 E Carolina 86 8 Virginia 86 7 Tulane 86-1 LEADERS W'ke Forest Louisville Oklkt U C L A. Iowa Colo St W Virf ir,li Mich St Georgia - Rutgers MINOR LEADER Dels are Texas Aal S east La Youngst a Miss Col Angelo St . E Illinois E Tex St Wlttenbg . N Iowa Montlcello Cent Okla S F Austin N Dakota St . Presby'n -B Wallace 8'west Tex Wabash Akron Troy St Neb Omaha N Michigan N. Alabama CalP SLO Ala A&M Sta Clara Nlcholls S Dak St S Dakota 64 15 8 851 85 1 84 7 84 4 83 6 83 3 83 1 82.7 76 7 710 71 2 70 I 6 1 8 68 0 68 0 .66 I 66 1 65 7 65 3 63 3 .63 4 .63 3 .62 1 . 62 7 . 62 6 , 62 .3 .61 4 .60 0 . 59 8 .. 59 5 .. 59 3 .59.0 .58 9 . 53 6 . 58 5 .58 3 .58 0 Jax.Ala - NATIONAL Alabama 109 3 Nebraska 108 6 So Calif 107 4 Ohio State .1061 Oklahoma 106 I Texaa 103 4 Arkansas 101.7 Houston 100 I Michigan 1005 Brig Voung .100.4 MIDWEST Nebraika 106 6 Ohio Statt .106.1 Oklahoma If 1 Michigan 100.S Notre Dama . 94 I Indiana 88 3 Missouri 17 1 Purdue 87.7 Okla.St 85 S Iowa S4.7 SOUTHWEST Texaa 103.4 Arkansas .101 7 Houston . 100 9 Texas AIM .94 3 Baylor 94 I Texas Tech .90.3 TexArl'n 81 4 TCU. 811 SMU. 80 7 W.TexSt 76.1 EAST Pittsburgh -94.7 Penn Slate .93.6 Temple 89.3 Rutgers .82,7 Syracuse 82.1 Navy .... 81.1 Delaware 76.7 Yale 71.0 Boston Col ...70.4 Cornell 69.1 SOUTH Alabama 109 2 Florida St no 4 Clemson 95.0 Tennessee .-92 8 So Miss 91.1 8 Carolina 90 4 Mlss.St 90, C Auburn 89.6 LSU B9.C N C SUte 88.5 FAR WEST SoCatif .......1074 Brig Young .100 4 ' Stanford 95 3 Washington 94 3 Arizona St 9)6 California 90.3 Arizona 88 3 Oregon 87.6 UCLA. 85 1 Wash St 80.7 NCAA team statistics OFFENSE Rushing Offenit Car Ydt Yds PO Nebraska Alabama Oklahoma East Carotino Auburn Texas-Arllngton Syracuse Onto State Central Michigan 530 2979 372 4 555 2969 371 1 460 3778 3472 489 2677 334 4 47S 2481 310 1 461 2292 286 5 578 2554 2831 500 7 531 28 2 0 523 2?JI 279 7 445 2234 2793 Houston Patting Offense Art Ctmp Yds Ydt PG Brigham Young 362 213 3051 382 3 San Jose St 3O0 176 2315 289 4 Utah State 307 169 2545 285 0 California 316 209 2413 268 1 Stanford 271 170 2H9 243 2 Wake Forest 314 171 2131 2341 TemeiseeSt 275 145 1193 234 6 San Diego St 241 131 1856 237 2 Appalachian St 251 128 2033 225 9 Lamar 27 151 1771 222.2 Total Offense Plays Ydl Yds PO Brlghikm Young 621 4201 575 1 Nebraska 661 3965 495 6 kxrthernCel 673 4701 4641 Temple 587 3732 464 5 Nev-LatVegai 772 4184 464 9 Alabama 635 3599 449 9 East Carolina III 3544 443 0 San Jose St 111 3497 437 1 Michigan 611 388 5 431 7 Ohio St 454 315 4301 DEFENSE Rushing Defense Car Ydl Yds PG Nebraska 290 564 70 5 Vale 773 506 77 3 Michigan 333 771 10 9 Arizona St 305 485 15 4 Navy 330 767 95 2 Alabama 796 142 105 2 Texas 307 765 109 3 Colgate 349 901 117 4 Western Michigan 377 1014 112 7 Pittsburgh 366 901 112 9 Passing Defense Alt Cemp Ydt Yds PG Western Caro 121 50 52 514 Texas lot 41 431 444 Alabama 130 34 595 74 4 East Tanrarkka 111 St 77 Ml Florida 97 45 55 151 Ht lesswent 141 73 73 14 I Vkgxaa 143 53 e let Bowar, Green 132 44 114 W 4 Iowa Stale 144 at '54 14 2 Maryland 115 14 151 t4e Total Pttaskt plays Yds Yds PO Yakt 407 1704 172 0 Tesak 410 1214 I'l 7 Alabama 4Jt I4J7 179 4 NeOakka I4 1571 10 4 Ckemkon 5414 1415 1104 Western Midi 551 2010 273 1 Pittsburgh 335 ISO) 225 1 MKhan Sal 2017 231 1 Florida 524 1154 7121 Centra Much as lit 234 1 SEC individual statistics RsttAing Player, Sckeaf, G An Yds Avt TD Brooks. Aup I 120 173 I 9 I Crejbk. Aue I 147 105 5 7 1 2 Mordktavandy I 121 452 3 4 I Sheaiy. Ala I 19 407 1 1 f Dorgan.ky. II37 3V74! 4 Smun.ba I 91 147 31 I GawriLiO I 19 474 41 4 Junes, y I 95 47 50 I Ggevie. Ala 4 59 343 51 I Jacobs, Aia . I 714147 3 Brown, Mi si State 7 70 313 5 5 I Passing Player, Schl G At Cm In Pel Yds TO Tenor. Vendy 1 42 II 4 411 54' 2 Fourreoe, Mlkk. I 125 'S I 400 1079 4 Ocheo. Fla I 45 24 2 S' l 334 1 Sheaiy. Ala I 52 29 4 55 1 440 J Trolman. AuS I 97 41 4 49 3 7 14 4 Ensmsnger. LSU 1 )09 50 4 45 4 733 4 Streeter. Tern. 7 1X41 14 415 960 7 Hettn. vandy 1 15 al 6 56 3 571 1 Betue, Ga 1 103 54 11 52 4 449 S Woodksy. LSU 1 75 13 4 44 0 530 I Black, M SI. 1 34 1 2 4 35J2I4 2 Total Offense Player, scheet G Rus Pas Tat Ave. Fourcade, Miss. I 427 1079 1454 112 0 Streeter. Tem. 7 301 940 1741 III 1 Shessy. Ala I 407 440 1047 IX I TrotmaaAub. 1 179 714 IVS lilt Bekie. be I 177 ft 174 103 2 Brooks, Aub 1 123 0 173 102 1 Ensmtrxer, LSU I 14 731 III 107 0 Cribbs, Aub 1 106 -3 102 100 2 Helen. Vandy 7 90 571 III HI Brown, M. SI. 7 313 217 400 15 7 Scaring Player, tcheel G TO PAT FG Ptl Cribbs. Aub. I 12 4p 0 74 Ogilvie, Aa I I 4p 0 52 Mrfckoy, Ala. I 0 X27 12 10 57 Porlela, Aub I 0 21 27 14 10 57 Sheaiy, Ala I t 0 0 54 Brooks, Ala 1 1 0 0 41 Streeter, Term. 7 1 0 0 34 Robinson, ba 014-11 134 40 Barthel. LSU I 0 74 20 t-t 38 Perry, Mlsi. I 4 2p 0 31 High school CLASS 4A, DISTRICT I Dlst. All W L W L PF PA Dunedrn I I I I 150 35 Clearwater 7 I 7 I 202 Gibbs I I 1 W 45 BotaClega I 3 I I 135 71 St Petersburg 5 3 5 3 160 IJ Seminole S 4 3 4 94 97 Pinellas Park 2 I I I 44 94 Northeast 2 I 3 I 14 173 Largo 2 6 3 4 65 97 Lake wood 1 7 1 7 50 1 54 Dt.ieHoWni I 7 I 7 42 211 CLASS 3A, DISTRICT 7 Hudson a 0 I 0 779 67 Crystal River S I 7 I 175 X Hernando 4 1 7 1 147 76 Land O Lakes 4 4 4 1 147 119 Tarpon Springs 3 1 3 150 154 Pasco 3 4 3 4 157 153 Gurt 7 i 3 3 101 110 ZephyrhUs I 4 I 7 19 271 Citrus 0 7 I I 14 195 CLASS 1A, DISTRICT II Venice 3 0 7 235 41 BradenlonSG 3 I 4 I II 35 East Bay 3 1 3 1 147 107 SPCathoac 7 3 3 i 57 111 Tampa Cerh. 1 1 1 4 II 94 Brad Beyshore I 3 1 5 X 110 Tampa Jesuit 1 1 I 7 43 133 CLASS 2A, DISTRICT S Ounnelon 1 0 1 0 255 0 Springstead I 7 I 7 70 234 CLASS 2A. DISTRICT I Card Mooney 1 0 I 0 76 33 SartteFe I 0 2 I 20 21 CCC I 7 3 4 109 74 Adm Farrago 0 2 4 4 14 94 Palmetto 0 2 1 2 21 41 CLASS A, DISTRICT! Berkeley 1 0 4 I 113 71 Sar Booker I 1 I I 26 35 Tempie Height! I I I 5 37 101 Snorecrest I I 4 S 61 IX N-taoe Ch. I 7 I 7 32 119 INDEPENDENTS Countryside 3 4 52 93 FRIDAY'S GAMES fjnedkn at St Petersburg Ckterweter at Gibbs Boca Ciega at Oisie Fkofant Largo al Pmekas Park Lakewood at Northeast Countryside at Avon Parts CCC at Palmetto Norttnude Christian at Temple Heights Lakeland Santa Fe at Admaral Farragut St. Petersburg Carhokc at Bradenton Bay-shore Zephyrhits al Tarpon Springs Hudson at Hernando Crystal River at Gulf Pasco at Land CLakea Dunnesbn at Clermont Sprlngitead at Wymore Tech SATURDAY'S GAME Sarasota Booker at Shorecxest Tuesday's events ATLANTA FALCONS Signed Jerome King, cornerbeck. CHICAGO BEARS Signed Harry Washington, wide receiver. ST.LOUIS CARDINALS Placed Thomas Loll, running back, on the Infured reserve list. WASHINGTON REDSKINS - Signed wide receiver Dennis Law as a roster replacement for Buddy Hardeman, who has been placed on the infixed reserve list. SOUTHERN METHODIST UNIVERSITY Suspended defensive bach Eddie Brown and outside linebacker Russel Washington from the team tor violations of school codes not related to footbal. ABC TELEVISION Announced Tuesday they wil televise the Ohio State-Michigan game and Miami, Fla Alabama games on Saturday, Nov. 17. Three-quarter century TUESDAY'S RESULTS AT NORTH SHORE PARK afftntUasssHwaavaaMMI -"ini in - r ir abrh Kids Kub Burnle cl 10 0 Pearson rf I 1 0 Gostordcf 1 0 1 Morin H 3 11 Helfern rc 10 2 Borgeson C 3 13 Butler 3b 10 0 Urde 3b 3 0 1 R Uhier ss 10 1 Freyberger tl 1 1 0 Chapman If 3 12 Verier sat 3b 3 11 Walsh p 3 0 0 Holt lb 2 0 2 Martin 7b 0 0 0 Reeves lb 10 0 Nurdey 2b 10 0 Church rc 2 12 Bellit rf 110 Glodney Ic 3 0 2 Stacey lb 3 0 0 Kerkekesp 30 1 Blacfcweac 10 1 Broadwel sf 3 11 Mundy tf 3 12 Totals 7 14 Totals 1 1 Klbs 001 100 1-3 1 3 Kuds 001 231 x-7 14 1 2B-Helfern. H Chapman, Bogesan. The Kids and Kubs play every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday al Northshore Park at 1.45 p.m. Admission is free. U.S.-Japan women's team tournament AT YOKOHAMA, JAPAN TUESDAY'S RESULTS Team stand tngt: U S. 7, Japan ill Individual Scra Tal tuko Otako, Japan 37 37 69 Amy Alcoft, U S 33-1 6 Donna C Young, U S. 34-35 At Yiiko Morroochi, Japan 34 W 70 San-Ira Post, Cantda (U.S.) 33 3S-7, Pal Aradtav, U S. 34 37-71 Ayako OkMTtoto, Japan 3JI 71 Atiuko Hage, Japan 37 34 71 Ho Star y, U S. 34 37 71 H-tatro Hucht( Japan 3J-H-73 Judy Panfcin, U S. 35 -73 Bath DanMt, U S 35 tt-73 Nayofco Yoihfrawa, Japan 3A-M-74 SMy Lit tit., tratantf Hi V) 3V 19-74 tOo Mattuda. Japan 34-V 74 Takako Kiyomoto, Japan 34I NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pel GB Phaadalphla 10 1 111 Boston I 7 SO0 I ssew York 7 4 5J4 Ivs Wastangton 1 I 333 S"s New Jersey 4 9 Jul lv Central Division Atlanta 9 3 441 SanAntorao 7 3 54J I Cleveland I I .424 1 Detroit 4 7 344 VI Indiana S t J5' 4 Houston 3 7 .300 4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Milwaukee 10 3 7et Kansas City 1 I 315 5 Denver 3 t .250 t" kCtwego 1 10 231 7 sutah 1 t .112 1 Pacific Division Portland II 2 Ht - iLot Angeles I 1 727 7 xPnoerss 7 1 511 3 x Seattle 7 S 543 :$ Golden Halt I S .545 4 xSan Diego 5 I .MS I x Late game not included MONDAY'S RESLULTS No games Krdukd TUESDAY'S RESULTS Atlanta 98, New York 16 Cleveland 134. Indiana 117 San Antonio 101. New Jersey 95 Ptktadetphia III, Mawoukee 117 Seettks el ChKago, ntghl Phoenix at Utah, night San Diego at Lot Angeles, night TODAY'S GAMES San Antonio al Boston. 7 X pm. Kansas City at Rttladelphia I OS pm Atlanta at Detroit. 1 05 p m. Portland at Indiana. 1 05 p m. Now Jersey at Houston. 9 05 pm Seattle al Denver, 9 J5 p m. San CHego al Phoenix, 9 35 Los Angeles al Golden Slate, 10 X pm THURSDAY'S GAMES Portland at Milwaukee. 9 05 pm Denver at Utah, 9 X p.m. Tuesday's events UTAH JAZZ Waived Greg Deene, guard. Signed Andre Wake I laid, guard. Latest line Noma taam In bold PRO BASKETBALL (NBA, Paverltt Point Undardoa Botlon Sttf) Antonio Philadelphia S Kantas City Indiana 1 Portland Datrott 3 Atlanta Houiton 4Mi Naw Jot uty Phoanli San Dieyo Danvor 3Mi Soalll Goldon Stata 3 Lo. Angeimt PRO HOCKEY (NHL) Pavorlta Coalt Undardog N Y. Rangart l-l1- Lo Angewi Montreal l-li Pittsburgh Wathington 11 Wmn.rg Pruladehta V-) Quabac Datrolt 7-1 Edmonton St. Loull IVl Toronto PRO FOOTBALL (NFL) SUNOAY'S GAMES Favarito Paint Undardog Miami 6' Baltimora Waihingten 3 "a St Louis Houston - 3 Oakland Clavaland Saatti Tampa Bay 4 Datrolt Now York Jttj i'i Buttato Prttsburgh 10 Kansas City San Diago 3'i Cincinnati Chicago 2' Los Angeles Now Oriaant 7 San Francisco Groan Bay 7 Minnesota Now York Giants Va Atlanta Danvar Pick 'am Naw England MONDAY'S GAME Dallas 9-i Phitssdetphia COLLEGE FOOTBALL SATURDAY'S GAMES Favorltt Points Undardog Parwi St. 3V N.C. St. Michigan St. 5 Mtrmasota North Carolina 2'i Clemson Pittsburgh II Wast Virginia Syracuse 2 Navy Wake Forest 14 Duke Michigan 4 Purduo Cornell 7 1 Columbia Harvard 13 Pennsylvania Virginia t Vtrgmia Tech Brown Dartmouth i Notre Dama 4 Tennesson y Georgia Florida Yale 6 Princeton zHutgers U1 Army Georgia TecN 13' Air Force Ohio St. 21 Iowa Indiana S Illinois Wisconsin 18 Northwestern Arkansas 7Vi Baylor Missouri 4 Iowa St. Auburn a Mississippi St. Kentucky 14 Vanderbilt Oklahoma 27' Kansas Nebraska 24' Kansas St. Texas Toch 1 1 Texas Christian Oklahoma St. 1 Colored Stanford e'i Oregon Cahtorma 7 Wathington St. UCLA 7 Arizona St. SouthernCaUfornla 10' Washington Florida St. 7 South Carolina Tulane 6V Mitsitsippt Alabama 13 Louisiana St. Houston Pick 'em Texas Ariiona 3' San Diego St. Brigham Young 24 Lang Beach St. Colorado St. 7 New Mexico Memphis St lVt Louisville x at Gator Bowl, JacksonviHe y at Giants Stadium, East Rutherford, N.J. Harrah's Reno racebook odds NFL SUNDAY'S GAMES Favor It Pt. Houston Oakland 3 New Orleans San Francisco 7 Washington St Louis 3W Cleveland Seattle 4'a Miami Baltimora 7 Tampa Bay Detroit 4 New York Jets Buffalo 6 Pittsburgh Kansas Oty 10 San Diego Cincinnati 4 Chicago Los Angeles IV Green Bay Minnesota 2 New York Giants Atlanta 3 New England Denver 1 MONDAY'S CAME Dallas Priiiadelphia t4 COLLEGE SATURDAY'S GAMES California Wash. St. 7 Stanford Oregon Penn SI. No. Carolina St. 3 Mich. St. Minnesota 5 No. Carolina Clemson Vh Pittsburgh W. Virginia II Syracuse Navy 2 wake Forest Duke 14 Vi Michigan Purdue 4 Virginia Virginia Tecfl I Notre Dame Tennessee 4 Georgia Florida 4 ONo St. Iowa 20 Indiana Iknois S Arkansas Baylor IV Missouri Iowa St. t Auburn Miss. St. Texas Tech TCuil Okla St. Colorado UCLA Aril St. 2 Southern CL Wash. )04 Florida St. So Carolina 7 Tulane Mississippi Alabama LSU 13 Houston Texas 1 CZZitJ College SUN BELT CHAMPIONSHIP sVCEK END RESULTS Teem Scare 1. University South Florida 13 (perfect score 1; 7. University South Alabama 42; 1. Gorgia Slate University arid University North CarokneXharlotte 17; i University Alabama-Birmingham 137; e. University New Orleans 142; 7. Virainla Crjrnmonwealth University I9t; S. Jacksonvike University 7)4. All Sun ftelt Cenference Teem 1. Greg StASvan, USf, 13 13, Craig Pethe, USF, 3347, 3 Marty Eoal, UV, 1407; 4. Jeff Dodson, use, 14 20; 5. Bob Doughty, USF, 1422. NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Oivisien W L T Ptt OF OA PhtfejvJetiMa t 1 I It l M Atlanta e 4 3 l SI 37 NV Islanders 4 4 3 13 43 37 NYVatngert S t 1 11 4t at Wasrwngton 3 12 3 So Smythe Division Vancouver 4 4 4 12 37 35 St Louis 4 S 3 II 31 37 Winnipeg 4 1 11 2 44 CNcago 33 t 24 34 Edmtyiton 2 4 4 I 41 4 vCotorado 2 7 2 4 30 37 WALES CONFERENCE Adams Division Buffalo 7 4 2 U 42 32 xVinnetota 7 3 1 14 33 Boston 4 2 3 I) 31 79 Ouebec 4 5 ? 10 33 35 Toronto 4 7 1 37 43 Norrls Division Montreal I 3 2 II 51 3t Los Angeles 7 5 2 It 1 5t Pittsburgh 4 4 2 10 3t 3 v Mart lord 3 4 4 W 79 33 Detroit 3 4 7 I 32 34 i Lata game not included MONDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 2, Washington 0 TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York Italnders 4. Los Angers I Atlanta I, Winnipeg 0 Hartford at Colorado, night Minnesota at Vancouver, mghf TODAY'S GAMFS Lot Angeles at New York ftangerl, 7 M pm Edmonton at Detroit, r Jl p m. Montreal at Pittsburgh, 7 35 p m Winnipeg at Washingloa 7 34 pm. Philadelphia at Quebec, I 04 pm Toronto at Si Lout, 9 04 p m THURSDAY'S GAMES Edmonton at Boston, 7 34 pm Chicago at Buffalo, 4 05 p ra AHL Nertr) W L T Pit. CP OA 2 1 20 S7 17 7 12 II 11 22 4 4 1 14 a 41 4 S I 11 41 M 2 7 0 4 12 M South 5 4 1 II li 44 4 5 1 n ri 4 S I t 12 34 IS t 10 14 17 1 4 JO 52 New Brunswick Maine Nova Scotia Adlrorviack Springfield New Haven Rochester Hef they Bmghamton Syracuse WUNUIT ) NOULII Nova Scotia 6. Rochetter 0 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Maine 5, Binghamton 3 Rochester 3, New Brunswick 3, tie TODAY'S GAMES Maine at AoVorKlach Springfield at Her they IHL North W L T Ptl. OP 6A 7 2 1 I! 11 5 2 1 II 12 5 4 1 II 17 37 S 4 I II 45 47 4 4 1 34 32 South 5 1 7 12 47 45 4)1 I 42 40 14 1 7 11 32 3 5 1 7 30 It 1 t 0 7 20 1 Kainmaioo Flint Port Huron Saginaw Muskegon Fort Wayne Milwaukee Toledo Day tun Grartd Rapids MONDAY'S RESULTS No games v ixJ ?d I UC U T KE1UL I S No garm k h?)N.ie?d 1 f J vAMEl No games scheduled , CHL MONDAY'S RESULTS No garnet sccheduled TUESDAY'S RESULTS Cincinnati 4, Fort Worth 4 TUESDAY'S RESULTS AT FORT HESTERLY ARMORY Teias Death Match Terry Funk d. Manny Fernandez, Southern Heavyweight Title Sweet Brown Sugar egintt Super Destroyer, both counted out, Special Chafteng Match Jerk Brsicoe d. Killer Khan. Florida Tag Team Title Match Brian St. John and Nature Boy Stanley Lane vs. Mr Hito and Mr. Sakruada, no decision, mit new up; i v i nm Match Bugsay McGraw d. Ray Stevens; Tag Team Match Mike Graham and Steve arn a. ine tetTapo ana tun rwm; jerry Briscoe d The Masked Terror. Florida Instructional League Unafllclal Standing! m Pro w L Pet. GB Montreal Jl 15 S3 Minnesota 22 14 .57 Baltimore 22 17 564 1 NY. Mel 20 17 .541 lint St Louis II It 57t 2 Cincinnati 20 II .576 7 Tesas II 17 .514 2V Cleveland 15 It .441 5 Philadelphia 14 11 .431 5 Detroit 15 20 .479 S't Toronto 13 24 .151 IV (All names 1 p.m.) Admission Is tree TUESDAY'S RESULTS NORTHERN DIVISION St Louis I. Detroit 0 Minnesota 5, Texas 0 Montreal 4, Toronto 1 New York Mets 4, Philadelphia 4 Cincinnati 6, Baltimore 5 Cleveland Indians OFF TODAY'S GAMES NORTHERN DIVISION Baltimore Orioles at New York Mall, Payson lompiex, at. petersDuro Minnesota Twins at Toronto Blue Jayt, tnoieoert tompieK, uuneoin Cleveland Indians at Philadelphia Phils, i-erpenier l-ietd, Clearwater Texas Rangers at Detroit Tigers, Hugglnk- Stengel Field, St Petersburg St. Louis Cardinals at Montreal Expos, Butch t-ompwx, it. petersDura Cincinnati Reds OFF SOUTHERN DIVISION Chicago White Sox at Japan, Plratt Oty, Bra- oenton Pittsburgh Pirates at New York Yankees, Pi rate city, Bradenton Atlanta Braves at Kansas Oty Royals, KC complex, sarasora Boston Red Sox OFF Tuesday's events NEW YORK YANKEES - Named Joa Altobeti manager of their Cokirntjul dub in the International League. Toronto blub jays Named Jlmy WWams to their coaching staff LOS 4NOELII OOD&ER1 An nounced pitcher Charles Hough underwent successful minor surgery Tuesday lor the re moval ol a cyst m his sinus area. Kahlua Cup OVERALL WINNERS OP KAHLUA CUP MORC WavMenoftt 2. Harmsway 1 Krlsty rn.r So Rare Ftera l. Right Action iux 1. Bar Robin 2. Fair Wind Sprite f 1 1 Tampa results HIOMT FIRST HACE-S 14 Akae, Of D-Kler.HI 440 1 40 140 Bonwll 121 140 120 Lady Cat II) 4 AO Jumel4 (7 SI 1140 T-1141. StCOflOACE-Sl4Alla,C C Wright Fielder 14) 7 20 4 40 1 00 Ge t Tetsie 12) 2120 4 40 Clair s Mabel 1 1 ) 1.40 Anleie (2-4 ) 70 20 T-lt JJ. , Trltecle 14-11) lot 40 Bos and Wheal 154 30 Daily Double (S4IJ4 40 THIRD RACE 4 It AA4t. Or AA; DaveHar4on(4) 12 40 7 20 4Kl Bauslf) 4 40 4 20 batanl Warrior 12) 4 20 OaMels (4-71 ti lt T-ll tl. Trllecla 14-7.1) 429 00 Bos and Wheal 114 SO. F(XIRTH RACE5lt Mte, Gf. B BuCklhOt BOO (4 ) 4.40 4 40 1 00 BMaforll) I0W 400 Keen Kan (2) 4.00 Oulniela (4 II 33 M T-11 25. Tnfecta (4-1-2 ) 305 40. Bos and Wheel 152 70 FIFTH RACE ! MUe, Of t Shabtnal2) 440 Swingtown ( 5) Cnritly Fakal 14) Oomlela (2-5) II 0 T-MJI. Trilerta 12-5-4) (7 20. Boi and Wheel 43 40 SIXTH RACE 514 Aile, Gr A 7 to 1.40 240 100 100 Manatee Gkxy (5) 21 20 10 20 4 20 LB's Mesabi (I) 1 40 4 40 Ag Striker (I) J 40 Oulniela (5-1) 94 60 T-Trlfecla IS4I1 70100 Box and Wheel W 50. not. SEVENTH RACE-3 I Mile, Gr. B: Mix N Match (6) 17.20 7 40 5 20 M s Fast Wheels (7) 10.00 5 00 Manatee Mindy (5) Qu.nl.ia (4-7) 57 00 T-3T09. Trlftcta (t-7-5) 149 40. Boi and Wheel 43470. EIGHTH RACE 514 MUe, Gr. A: Wright Arch 17) 14 00 17 20 7 40 Soundldeatl) 5.20 170 George Tryon (4) 4 00 Quimela ( 1-7 ) 49 40 T-ll.ll. Trllecla (7-M) 1,10120. Box and Wheel 554 10. NINTH RACE 1.1 MM, Gr A: B Lynn Marie (4) 14 00 31 20 7 20 Nyenia 1 1) t 20 500 Oewnele (1) 4 60 QuHHela ( 1-4) 160 M T-M 21. Trltecta (4-1-1) 902 20. Box and Wheel JJO TENTH R ACE S It Mile, Gr B: Wright Bean Bag (4 ) 5.60 4 40 IN Mr Buckingham (4 ) 5 00 1 80 Firmd) 3.60 Outmela (4-4) 17 40 T-11. IS. Trlfecla (4-4-1) 74 00. Box and Wheel K 00. ELEVENTH RACE-5lt Mile, Gr C: As I See It (7) 12.20 4 20 3 20 Gentry (1) 4.60 3 20 Every Stride (S) 5.00 Quinteia ll-l jj.oo. T Ji.56. TWELFTH RACE-31 Mile, Gr. C: Beseager (7) II 40 5 20 4 80 Pride O'Tlsh (3) 5.80 4 20 Black Llmo (41 4 40 Omnlela 121) 30 60 T-34 S4. Trllecla (2-1-4) 25180. Box and Wheel 126 90. Hlg 0(1-7) (2-3) 375 80. Attendance 4 502. Hvwt-460,S?t Tampa entries MATINEE - 12.45 p m. FIRST n. rE4Mik,Gr L 1 Vicloria SfaiMMi Carry The Tuna S 3 Its And Or But Trlsha Ann 4 3 Rose Cannon Blossom Troubles 7 4 Rottbetg Chopple S SECOND RACE -5 It MUe, Gr. C: 1 wnghl Fran Red Tag S 7 Manalee Critter Karens Fox 4 3 HD'i Run Around Gusto 7 4 Worthing B'l Billy B I THIRD RACE-5 14 Mile. Gr. M: 1 WeK Grown Cora's Pride S 2 Manatee Tina Jarvis Jones 4 3 Adah Jarwm Herman 7 4 Sonuvt Jet Huddle I FOURTH RACE 514 Mile, Gr. : 1 Oarkng D Anna Ring 5 2 m The Meantime Battlettar 4 3 Vona Awsome Wonder 7 4Capricorn Boy Bootsy White I FIFTH RACE 5 It Mile, Gr. C 1 Crams de la Creme Mr Ben S 7 Hello Leslie HCfs Queenie 4 3 Manatee Sieve Brightwatert 7 4 Seattle Slew Wright Atlas I SIXTH RACE-5 It Mile, Gr. T 1 Or Tenderhandl Dasher Bel 5 2 On The Beach K's Flax 4 3 Midnight Captain Close Encounter 7 4 Wakk) Pepper JM't Speed Rapid I SEVENTH RACE- -5 It Mile. Gr B t RP-S Gorgeous GE'i GoktHnger t Cool Gal 4 3 Echo Fantastic 3 Lecey Cotton 4 LB's Hitman Bendlxon 7 Roi Tan Falcon I EIGHTH RACE-BOS Sprint, Gr. C: 1 Harry Bock Talitlck 5 2 Yekow Princess Laurlta t 3 Lewchak't Chance Racket Maker 7 4Surtrldd Pevlna I NINTH RACE -.5 It Mile, Gr. B 1 F Lee Baby B Lisa S 7 Gauntlet R Marvin t 3 Va Zoom Glfs Song Bird 7 4 IK t Companion Germ Bonny I TENTH RACE-5 It Mo, Gr. C: 1 Al About Eva Manasota Velvet 5 2 Vegas Another Canton 4 3 HD's Press On Srannmg Basket 7 4 Husker Dale Gallant Akto I " ELEVFNTH RACE-5 14 Mat. Gr D: 1 GE'I Treatura Boraxo 5 7 Mineola Big JM Jim Pace 4 3 Wright Affelred Flpslde 7 4Lake Dash Aft Joe De I TWELFTH RACE 5 14 Mile, Gr B: I Carol's Net Manalee Princess 5 7 K's Glitter Tornado Squeaky t 3 Gala Jane Speckled Hiker 7 4 Brtchamp Kate Jackson I NIGHT -7:10 p.m. FIRST RACE 5 It Mile, Gr O: 1 Move By Tiki Kamaka 5 7 Lakey GE's Admiral 4 3 Hope Iran X Special 7 4 DR's Bob Amaretto I SECOND RACE 5 It Met, Gr. O 1 JL't Pam Classy Mo S 2 Gasent Emma Echo Future t 3 Gypsy Ben Matoretta 7 4H s Jonnesa Side By Side I THIRD RACE 5 It MUt, Gr. M 1 DG's Hot Wheels Last Hurrah S 3 Silas Garber K's Flakette t 3 Banditender Makkar Onie 7 tStealmMy Stuff N't Sutle Wooty I FOURTH RACE 5 It MUe, Gr O: 1 Alert's Wimpy Gatant Mltsle 5 2 Two FHps Speedy Rocket t 3 HD's El Clara 7 4 Dak ota CharHa Rarln To Run I FIFTH RACE-3. 1 Mile, Gr. 6: 1 Echo Bounder Manasota Matt 5 2 HD's Dash On Wright Ako 4 3 Rlrkles K's Cleaver 7 4 B Policed Block Jack Phil 8 SIXTH RACE- 1 Tavern Nut 2 Anna's Best 3 Spring Lily 4 Four Polnl S It Mint, Gr. A-T: Balsa B S K's Master t Bob's Turbo 7 Wright Elvis I SEVENTH RACE-5 16 Mile, Gr B: 1 K's Cinderella Two Stroke S 2 Butter Jude IButfsGlmy HC's Disco Lady 7 4 Next To Me New Option I EIGHTH RACE-1 Nile Strut! 3 Startlers 3 Dear Carry 4 Ken Quels 5 It MUe, Gr. B: Barb's Best S Chanted t Serai 7 Bun On I NINTH RACE 5 It MUt, Gr. A; 1 Herble Penny BanfW 5 3 One Day Attettma Streaker J t 3 K's Matador Son sun 7 4 Bondon Rocktown Patches I TENTH RACE 1 K's Hyden 3 Atari 3 Rip Often 4 Valley Last -514 MUe, Gr. C: Gallant Okla 5 LB's Big Moose t Soft Retrain 7 Rocktown Mystic t ELEVENTH RACE- 1 Pay Runner 2 Bodlddle Scott 3 Jersey Clara 4 Bob's Zat 5 It Mile, Gr. A: Blueberry HI! 5 Wright Chanook t Total Control 7 LR' s Daydream t TWELFTH RACE-31 MUe, Gr. D: I Gallant Pak Manatee HalUe 5 3 Swept Away HO's Go Joe 6 3 Ivan Penny Frosty Mug 7 4 Thanks MB s Fack t Tampa selections MATINEE Victoria Station ( I ), Its And Or But (2), Rotsberg (4). Worthing (4), B's Blty (I), HCf Run Around (3). Huddle (I), Adah (D.Cora's Pride (5). Vona ID, Bootsy White (8), kl The Meantime (7). Manatee Steve (3), Wr kjht Atlas (8), Creme da la Creme ( 1 ). ' t. K's Flak It), JM'l Speed Repid (81. Midnight Captain 111 7. Bandlsan (7), Roi Tan Falcon (8), OP'S Gorgeous 1 1 1 I. Vearm princess (II, Laurlla (tl, Surtrld-ed (4). 4 Ve Zoom (1), Marvin (4), GH"t Song Bird (7). 10. Shinning Basket (7), Getenf Aids) IS), MO-i Press On (1). II. Afs JoeDo ll),Borao(SI,Fepslde (7), It. Gala Jane (1), Betcherra) (4), Tornado Squeaky (4). DaUy Doutae 1-4 Best Bel: At s Joe De II) In the lint race. NIGHT I, Amaretto (t), Hope lean (1), GE't Admiral 14) I Side By Side (I), Galanl Emma (2), Classy Mo (5) 3. K's Flakette (41, Was Garber (2), Bandstander ID. 4. HD's Et (1), Rarln To Run (8). Clara (7). . BPoeced (4), Rickles (D.HCrs Oath On 12). 4. Four Point (4), Tavern Nut (11, Spring L ly (D 7. Butter (2), Jude (4), K's cmderele (I). 1. Scrol (7), Bar b I Best (5), Kan Quaes (4). 4 One Day Attetlme (J), Herble Penny ( I), Bondon (4). 10. K s Hyden (I). LB'tfUg Moose (6), Rocktown Mystic (81. 11. Wright Chanook (4), Bob's Zat (4), Blueberry Hal (5). 12. Gallant Pak (1), Swept Away (2), Thanks (4) Dairy Double' 8 1 Best Bet: HD's El (3) m the fourth race. Us Stockholm Open - AT STOCKHOLM, SWEDEN TUESDAY'S RESULTS Men's singles First Round John McEnroe, U.S.. d. Sctsomo CJlckitein, Israel, 6-0, 3-6, 6-1. Stan Smith, US., d Ova Bengtson, Sweden, e-1, a-2; Gene Mayer, U.S., d Glaml Ocleppo, Italy, 4-1, 6-4; Helm Gun-rhardt, Switiarland, d. Kevin Currart, South Africa, 6-7, 6-2, 7-4; Brian Gottfried, U.S. d Giles Moretton, France, t-7, 4-3, 6-4, John Lloyd, Britain, d Gene Main, U S.. 6-2. 5-7. 6-3, Harold Solomon, U S . d Stefan Svensson, Sweden, 6-0, 7-5, Andreas Maurer, West Germany, d. Crlstoptve Cava, Span, 6-7, 4-2, Andrew Pettison, Zimbabwe-Rhodesia, d. David Schneider, South Africa, 6-4, 4-2; Woitek Flbak, Poland, d Per Hlertqufit. Sweden, 6-3, 6-0, George Hardie, U S., d Yanrsck Noah, France, 5-7, 6-4. 7-5; Nick Sevleno. U 3 , d Kiel Jonanssoa Sweden, 6-3, 6-4, utf Eriksson. Sweden, 4 Peter Feigt Austria, 6-3, 2-4, t-1. Hong Kong Classic AT HOHG KONG TUESDAY'S RESULTS Rotcoe Tanner. U.S. d. Jkn C-Maney, US, 6-0. 6-1; Ken Rosewal, Austraka. d. Mike Cehlll, U.S., 7-6, 6-3, John Newcombe, Australia, d. Mali Mitchel, Austraka, 6-7, 6-1; Butch Walts, U S., d Rod Frawley, Australia, 6-4, 14, 6-3; John Sadrl, U S., d. John Marks, Australia, 6-3, 2-4, 6-3, Bob Lull, US, d Tim Stevoux, Belgium, a-2, e-2, Mark Edmondson, Australia, d. Chris Lewis, Australia, 6-2, 7-5. Suncoast Ladies league (Through Nev. 4) STANOINGS W L TMWML Treasure Island 7 1 I 84 47 Tampa Airport 4 0 1 72 40 Royal Racquet 4 I 1 74 50 Davit Island S 2 3 74 52 Bartletl Park S3 1 71 53 Carrotwood S 3 1 73 53 Indian Springs 4 4 I 45 61 Racouet Club NE 2 4 3 43 43 Countryside 3 t 0 54 70 PatmaCeta 2 t 0 45 67 Tennlcondo 1 7 I 40 86 Club Tennis 0 9 0 21 105 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Royal Racquet 9, Treasure island 5 Tampa Airport 10, Countryside 4 Carrolwood 10, Indian Springs 4 Racquet Club NE 14, Club Tennis 0 Davis Island 10, PaJma Celt 4 Bartletl Park 9. Tennlcondo 5 English League TUESDAY'S RESULTS Home Teems Listed First 4th Raund Reploy Wolverhampton 1, Queens Park Rangers 0 Division 1 Barnsley 2, Bury 1 Grimsby 1, Sheffield Wednesday I Hull City I, Rotherham 1, tie Mansfield 2, Carlisle 1 Plymouth 2, Swindon 0 She! Held United 0, Brentford 2 Wimbledon 3, Cofchetter 1, lie Division 4 Darlington 3, Scunthorpe 1 Doncatter 3, York 0 Hartlepool I, Stockport 2 Huddersfleld 5, Northampton 0 Newport 4, Portsmouth 3 Rochdale 0, Wigen 3 Waltal 1, Crewe 0 Tuesday's events TAMPA BAY ROWDIES Announced the signing of Keith Peacock as assistant coach effective Immediately. TORONTO BLIZ2ARD Signed WUM McVle. defender, to a two-year contract. WASHINGTON DIPLOMATS Named Jen Trecker vice president of commune a- tlont. ran seaeeeaaaaaaeeeel issssassasassital aeeeeeeeaeeeeeaal saeeeeeesoeeaeeai High School REGIONAL IV TOURNAMENT TUESDAY'S RESULTS Crystal River d. Ovledo, 11-15, 154, 15-7. REGIONALS AT BRANDON TUESOAY'S RESULTS Clearwater L Brandon, 15-9, 9-15, 16-14. Tides Today: Sun rites 6:45 a m., sets 5:42 p.m. Moon rises 8 42 pm., sets 9' SI a.m. St. Petersburg Municipal Pier high tides are at 2:24 am and 5:48 p.m Low tides art at 10: 18 am and 8.41 pm. Thursday: Sun rises 4-46 a.m., sets 5:41 pm Moon rises t:35 p.m., sets 10-51 a.m. SI. Petersburg Municipal Pier high tides are at 3 03 a m. and 4:54 p.m. Low tides are at 1 1:06 am and 9:27 p.m. Solunar tables The Mator Periods, the belt timet to fish. are shown In boldface type. These begin at the timet shown and last for an hour and a half or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, tqualy as good and shown In regular type, art of somewhat shorter duration. Miner Malar Minor Maor A.M. PJM. Today, Nov. 7 7:15 1J0 7:40 20 Thursday, Nov. I 115 2:10 tag ta Friday, Nov. t I0 3:25 fis fcM Saturday, Nov. 10 1005 4:20 1030 4:45 Sunday. Nov. 11 11:00 SOS 11:15 JJJ Marine weather Cape SaMe to Tarpon Snrlrvn out 50 mdes: A smat craft advisory Is In effect Northeast winds 15 to 70 knots through tonight. Seas 4 to 7 feel offshore and 4 feet or less near stave Partly cloudy. seawater temperature Tuesday al Egmonl Key 71 degrees. Tampa Bay 74 degrees. (jljiMiaainiaaStjluiaJj !

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