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V V e Beit fiOnd rsEisinfl 2C ST. PETERSBURG TIMES WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 24. 1979 NFL AMIRICAN COHHI1IMCI Best W I TM. PF pa in 174 7W 209 75 14 WO IO j; 14 .250 102 200 142 153 147 145 147 17 114 14.1 112 167 111 .740 217 .425 173 425 17 .12 14 ,7V) 207 .Hi 117 M0 140 W0 160 J75 172 NATIONAL CONFERENCE ail Dallas 7 I 0 175 200 PMedelphie a 2 0 .740 152 Washington a 2 0 .740 11 NY 0.anll 3 5 0 375 120 St Lout 2 4 0 .250 113 Control Tampa Bay 4 2 i 750 14 Minnetote 4 4 0 500 144 Crsstego 3 5 0 3'5 177 Green Bey 3 5 0 375 123 Drl I ' 0 .125 124 Wail lot Angeles 4 4 0 500 141 New O It ant 4 4 0 .500 17 A anla 3 5 0 3'5 140 San Francisco I 7 0 125 le SUNDAY'S RESULTS Baltimore 14 Buffalo 13 Cies-etend 2t Cinctnnott 77 Tampa Bay 21. Green Bay 3 Maw vork Jets 7. Oakland 14 wesrxrvgton 17 Ptwadaipnta 7 New England 21 Miami 13 Mxvsesota JO Chicago 27 hw Owens 17 Defrort 7 Daus 22 SI Loses 13 San Francisco 20 Ananla 15 Seethe 14 Houston 14 San Dego 40. Los Angeles 14 New vofk &anti 71 kenses C'ly 17 MONDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh 4? Denver 7 THURSDAY'S GAME Ser. Diego ai Oe 'and 4pm SUNDAY'S GAMES Cakes Pittsburgh. 1 p m Maw Orleans at Washington, 1 0 rtv New vorx Jets at Houston, 1 p.m. Bjeio et Detroit 1pm. Cleveland at St Lous. 2 pm New England at Banimora 2pm Tampa Bay at Minnesete, 2 PJtl. Crvceyo at 5an F.oncisco. 4 pm. Green Bay at Miami, 4 p.m. Kansas City at Denver, 4 pm Maw York &.ents at Lot Angeles. 4 pm. fmnaoatprHa at Cmcmnati 4pm MONDAY'S GAME Saattia 41 Atlanta. 9 p m. Late Monday NFL summary Brancas Staalars 16 77 17 53 4 2 7 3 276 24 0 31 11 34-2 21-27 1 5-35 1-5 21 22 71 V26 7 0 0 0- 7 Frit downs Rushes-yards Pasting yards Return yards Palsat Punts Fun-roan-tost Penaities-yards Denver Pittsburgh 7 21 0 14-42 P.tt Ssvann 11 pass from Br adthaw (Bohr kick) Den Moses 64 pass from Morton Turner kick) Pitt Harris 2 run ( Bahr kick ) Pitl Harris 4 run (Bahr kick) Pitt Thornton 1 run (Bahr kick) Pitt Thornton 17 pass from Bradshaw (Banr kick) Pitt Anderson 10 run (Bahr kick) A 49 AW INDIVIDUAL LEADERS RUSHIhG Denver, Keysvorth 4-2', Armstrong 4-10 Pittsburgh, Harris 17-121, A Anderson 5-34, Thornton 9-27. PASING-Denver, Morton 131-1-261, Penrose 2-5-1-44 Pittsburgh, Bradshaw II-24-1 267, Kruciek 3-3-0-27 RECEIVING Denver, Moses 5-133, Odoms 6-94, Upchurch 1-24. Pittsburgh, Swenn 2-76, Smith 5-55, Grossman 1-54. CFL East W LTPtt PFPA Montreal 0 4 I 19 286 25 Ottawa 7 5 2 16 311 285 Hamilton i 0 12 260 297 Toronto 5 0 10 21 301 Wast Edmonton 10 2 2 22 451 191 Calgary 10 4 0 20 313 251 Br Columbia 9 4 I 19 299 282 Winnipeg 4 11 0 I 277 371 Saskatchewan 1 13 0 2 160 3M SATURDAY'S GAMF Ottawa at Montreal. 2pm SUNDAY'S GAMES Caigary at Toronto, 2pm Br Columbia at Sask at chewan. 4 30 p m. Winnipeg at Edmonton, 4 X p m. The AP top 20 The Top Twenty teams in The Associated Press college toofbo po. with first-place voles m parentheses, records and total pomts. 1 Alabama (52i 60 IJ41 2, Nebraska (61 6-04 1,264 3 So California (9) 6-0-1 I, IV 4 Arkansas 6-0-0 1,089 OMoSlat(l) 7-0-0 1.019 6. Houston 6-W3 1,070 7 Oklahoma 5-1-0 883 8 Florida Slate 60 871 9 Tesas 4-1-0 864 10 Michigan 6-1-0 757 1 1 Brigham Young 6-0-0 677 12 Pittsburgh 5-1-0 494 13 Auburn 5-1-0 488 14 Notre Dame 4-7-0 437 15 North Caroline 5-1-0 401 16 Purdue 5-7-0 349 17 Navy 6-0-0 237 18 Wake Forest 4-1-0 163 19 Tennessee 4 24 123 20 Washington 5-2-0 89 The UPI top 20 With first place votes and worHoss records m parentheses ( seventh week ): Team Points 1 Alabama (36) (6-0) 672 2 Nebraska (4) (6-0) 579 3 Southern Cel (2) (6-0-D 509 4 Houston (6-0) 46 5 Arkansas (6-0) 452 Ohm SI (7-0) 444 7 Florida St (6-0) 342 8 Texas (4-1) 323 9 Oklahoma (5-1) 322 10. Michigan (6-1) 274 . II. Brigham Young (e-0) 161 . U. Pittsburgh (5-1) 135 11 North Carolina (5-1) 74 14 Navy (64) 69 IS. Notre Dame (4-2) 64 I Purdue (5-2) 38 17 Louisiana SI (4 2) 24 18 Wake Foresl (6-1) 20 19 Perm Slate (4-2) 19 " 20 Baylor (5-2) 10 9 Note. By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on " probation by the NCAA are ineligible for top , 20 and national championship consideration , by the UPI Board of Coaches Those teams currently on probation are Oklahoma State, Auburn and Memphis State. : Sheridan Poll Hera is the Sneridan Broadcasting v Network's poll of black coHeye football teams " as voted by a panel of coaches end writers: 1. Florida A8.M 5-1-0 137 2. Virginia Union 7-0-0 132 1 3 Tennessee State 4-2-0 105 4 Grambllng State 5-2-0 103 4 5 Jackson State 6-I-0 88 Cheyney Slate 7-0-0 63 7 Morgan State 5-1-0 61 8 Norfolk State 6-1-1 44 9 So. Carolina St 5-2-0 31 10. Winston-Salem St. 5-2-1 18 New England 2 0 Miami S 1 0 N V Jelt 4 4 0 BmIiiuo 3 10 Bainmor 10 Control Pittsburgh J 0 Cleveland 5 3 0 Houston S 3 0 Cincinnati 17 0 Wnl San Dtego 2 0 Denver 5 3 0 KonsesClty 4 4 0 Oakland 4 4 0 Seattle 3 5 0 NCAA team statistics Division I schools OFFENSE Rushing Offense Car Yds Yds PO Alabama 425 7240 373 3 Nebraska 41 2214 377 7 Oklahoma 340 2019 339 8 East Carolina 359 1961 378 0 Auburn 11 1953 325 5 Southern eel 358 2007 286 7 Central Michigan 385 1704 284 0 Houston 354 1671 279 7 Srreruse 397 1951 778 7 Mississippi St 371 163 272 7 Passing Offense Aft Cmp Yds Yds PG Brigham Young 26 159 2717 372 Utah Slate 243 134 2014 28 7 7 San Jose St 263 147 1851 265 4 Cetifornie 241 164 1825 260 7 Stanford 726 137 1657 716 7 Wake Forest 278 131 1654 213 Appalachian Sf 198 99 1597 27 1 East Tennessee 204 124 1595 27 7 9 Tennessee St 194 101 1349 274 1 Total Offense Play Yd YtH PO Nebraska Brigham Young Southern Caat Temple Alabama Nov -Las Vaga East Carolina Utah Slat Om Slat ill 3141 52J5 447 3061 511) 501 314 4549 501 3171 453 0 4t9 770 45 1 0 544 307 4J9 4 457 2617 4J6 1 540 3031 4J.I0 44 290 4 72 39 1490 4150 OKPINll finning Defense Car Yds VtJi PO Yale Nebraska Michigan Navy Ariiona St Alabama Teas Florida St Pittsburgh Term -Chart 174 227 45 4 113 40 7 7 242 44 49 7 273 445 101 III 5S5 97 5 207 579 95 19 41 97 0 164 414 107 J 741 42 104 29 741 101 7 Patalne Defense Aft Cmp Yds Yd PO Western Carolina 100 31 432 1 7 East Tennessee 9 34 412 64 V NE Loutsian 105 43 41 70 4 Teias 32 Sir 71 4 Ouke 100 41 444 74 0 Alabama n 44 440 a Fleride 74 33 J 12-1 Central Michigan. "44 5'! J BowtmguVoen t" w oj r Virginia 127 4 S90 4l I oral tereni puys Yds Yds PO Vale 7'0 719 143 8 Tees 287 147 1 64 4 Alabama 322 102? 171 2 Nebraska 344 1108 184 7 Fleride St 394 174 JIOJ Michigan 431 1478 711 1 Navy 363 1269 211 5 Central Michigan 347 IJoe JI7 7 Clemson 372 1331 273 0 Pittsburgh 400 1392 232 0 SEC individual statistics Hustling Pliyer, School 0 Alt Yds Ave TO Cribbt, AutJ 109 652 6 0 H3 Brooks. Aub t 8540 7 5 5 Mor ova. Variety 90 491 5 5 1 Domgan ky t 109 49 4 5 1 Brown. Miss Stat 5 41 354 5 0 t Ogrfvie. Aia t 59 345 50 0 Jones LSU 5 55 282 5 I 2 Sheer,, Aia t 5 320 5 7 Jacobs. Aia t 51 3182 1 Moore, Tern. 44 315 4 ) Jones, ky 69 314 4 I Passing Plvr, Serial C At Cm In Pel Yds TO Tavkx. Vandy 33 31 2 40 0 134 1 Sheery Aia I43 34 1 55 I360) Fourcade Miss. 101 01 t 0 4 781 3 Streeier. Term. 111 54 11 48 7 13 7 7 Trotman, AuB. t 9 34 S 49 3 44 Betue Ga 77 42 7 54 4 50 1 5 Ensmnger LSU 75 37 3 49 3 SOI 2 Wooes, LSU 53 24 3 45 3 351 I Hetsn. Vandy t 72 40 5 55 34 1 Young. Fia 30 13 2 43 3 1 53 0 Brown, M St 34 11 3 32 4 14 I Total Offense Plyr, school G Rus Pas Tot Ave. Streaier, Term. 4 301137 1131 189 7 Fourcede. Miss. t 191 711 479 163 2 Shear,. Aia. 370 360 60 1 13 3 Cribbs. Aub t 652 3 649 10 2 Trotman, Aub 4 164 414 648 10 0 Brooks, Aub 4 640 0 640 107 Brown, M St. 354 164 5 II 103 Betue G t 170 501 21 103 5 Ensmmger. LSU t 80 501 51 96 0 Groves. Fla t 101 24 372 93.0 Scoring Player, school O TD PAT FG Pts Cribbs, Aub. 10 2p 0 2 Oguvie. Aia. I 4p 0 52 McEkoy. AM- 0 23-20 9-0 44 Brooks, Ala t 7 0 0 42 Porteia. Aub. 0 24-2 7 5 3 Shear,, Ala 0 0 3 Myles, LSU 4 0 0 3 Streaier, Term. 0 0 3 Barlhel, LSU 0 11-15 7- 33 Robinson, G. 0 14-14 10- 32 Dunkel Index SATURDAY'S GAMES Higher Rating Opposing Rating Team Dltt Team MAJOR GAMES Aluhams' 1112 '32i Va Tech 78 0 Aicorn 00 4 . , 12i B;r.op 48 1 Arizona S" 93.8 118' Utah St J1 4 Ark Sf 74 5 5' Lumar fiti 9 Arkansas 105.1 . 5i Houston ltki Auburn 94 3 .. '5 W'kf Fortrsl &0 0 Aui Pmv- 57.3 '21' Mid Tenn 3l Hall Si- 72 2 i7. Bowl gGr n 64 8 U-vlor- 94 8 'it' T C U 7H 5 Hone St 7J 2 ... '12. V.berSt 61.1 B-nlrin Col 70 7 '0' Army 7i 4 ring Young' 83,7 '22. N Mexico 73 7 Brown 73 9 .,.'14' HolvCron 59 9 Cent Mich 83 0 '2if' KenlSt 53 7 Cinc'nsti' 75 0 'IS' Richmond 55 8 Citadei 72 5 '28i W.,ffoid 44 7 Clemson Si 6 .6' N C Stale 63 5 Colo St 86 7 1I81 AlrF.irce fi 9 Cornell fiv 1 '9- Dartmouth 60 1 Delaware 76 0 - '14' WmAMary 12 4 E Tenn 83 3 '20i Appalacn'n 63 2 Eastern Ky 72 4 . .. '8' Murray 64 0 Fia A6M 60 8 '23' Tuskegee lit Florida 7(5 4 6' T iisa 72 5 Fioiida S! 64 3 .. 10' LSU 89 6 F i'ierton ; 2 i2 Northriftge 45 2 Forrran f,5 0 . ,n. VMI 65 0 ce,,,yia He 4 ,6. Kentirky 82 7 Grarr o.ir.g 70 i '26i Tex Scuth n 44 2 H wau 75 6 . Tex FiP 59 5 Imiana S' 62 6 15' ItimoisSt 47 2 Iowa 87 0 .7 Wiiconun 80 5 Lafavet'e 56 2 .. . Maine 44 5 Leniiih 65 3 ,,."16. Bic.r,ei 47 Marsiatid 63 3 ... Duke 74 1 Mass V 72 8 11 Conr.ert't 61 4 MrNeese 77 6 'i3. Cna nooga 64 2 Miami O 79 1 '6' T'oe.lo 73 1 M.rrogar. 9k 9 .. '18' Inrliana 80 6 Mir.r.twita 93 4 .. ".81 I..ir.ois 75 4 Mli!.pi 76 2 . .'15' Vanoeroill 614 MissS" 94 0 .. '2. So Miss 9) t Miss Val 55 9 ... '21. PrairieV 34 6 Missouri 92 1 ... '2v' Kansas St "2 1 Montana 62 5 '61 Idaho 56 9 N Arizona 57 0 '1' N Colo 56 4 N Caionria 92 2.-8' E Carolina 84 3 N H'shire 57 8 . ... ' 19. N eastern 29 2 N Tex St 75 6 '4' Memphis 718 N west La 59 4 '3. NicholU 56 3 Nebraska 1114 . .. '31' Colorado 80 0 Nev LasV 81 7 .... 1 1 . Wvoming 67 8 Nes Reno 70 7 1 13 Montana 58 2 Noire Dame 95 6 . '6. S Carolina 69 5 Oiuo State 1019 MS' Mich St 83 3 Ohio U 69 2 10 W Michigan 59 3 OKia St 87 6 ..'10, Kansas 77 5 Oklahoma' 104 0 '35' Iowa St 69 0 Oregon 8t. 3 -3i Wash St 83 1 Pacific 70 4 '17' Frrsno 53 9 Penn Slate 98 2 '191 W Virginia 8(1 7 Pittsburgh 95 4 M3' Navv 82 8 Princeton 58 7 '5' Harvard 54 0 Purdue 87 1 129. N western 58 4 S Illinois 67 1 15. N Illinois 61 8 S east La 67.2 Ill N eastLa 66 6 S west La 64 5 .. H9' CalP Pom 45 2 San Jose 74 9 . , '9' Lonelleach 65 5 So Calif 107 6 '19i California 86 8 Stanford 98 3 '32' OregonSl 65 9 Svracuse 79 3 '2' Miami Fla 77 4 Term St 78 5 . 1 21 1 SouthernU 57 3 Tex Arl n 76 1 '12' La Tech 65 8 Texas 104 1 '20i SMI" 83 7 Texas AIM 90 8 . '19' Rice 71 6 Trov St 74 8.. .. '25i Tenn Tech 49 5 Tulane 84 7 .. '8' C.a Tech 76 5 L lah 77 6 ... 1IO1 S Diego St 67 5 Villanova 70 8 . . '18' Marshall 52 6 W Carolina 69 2 .'17 1 Len Rhvne 518 V. Tex St 68 2 1 3 1 Wichita 65 0 Washington 918 ... '4' UCLA 878 WesternKv 66 4 .. '13' Morehead 53 0 Vale 71.3 '22i Penn 49.8 OTHER EASTERN SATURDAY. OCTOBER 27 Albright 2R6 i23t F-Dlck'son Alfred 38 4 13' Rochester Allegheny 313 '7i Wash-Jeff Kinrkit 29 1 ... 12- Mansfield Cent Conn 34.9 ... . '0' Glasshoro Chevnev 46 3 '7i Bloomsb g Clarion 47 2 ' !9i Calif St FUitmro 43 1 ' 111 Slip Rock FsiM 34 6 . '171 Sns nanna Oetlvsbg 43.5 'll Widener Hobart 2114 '7' Cortland Hofstra 34.3 '23. N Y Tech Indiana, Pa 48.0 ' 12 1 Waynesb g Ithaca 49.4 '15' Canlsius J Hopkins 23,0 '4' Moravian Juniata 2fl 2 '61 Del Valley Kutrtown 46 2 '2i W Chester Ky Slate 49 5 '17' Del stale Leb Valley 33 0 'I81 Urslnue Lycoming 37 3 .. . '6' Upsala M lersv le 55 1 '16' E Stroudshg Middlebury 34 1 '22' Hamilton Montrlair 40 1 '17i S Conn Salisburv 41 6 '211 Kean Seton Hall 26 6 . .. '2' Fordham Shippenshg 4.5 7 .4' Lk Haven SI Lawrence 312 . . '6' Buffalo Sw'thmore 35 8 '9' Muhlenb'g Thlel 30 2 '211. Case Trenton 35 3 . 123' JersevClty W minster 37 8 '7' Geneva Wagner 29 2 'fii KingsPi W illiams 26 4 191 L'nlon 19 23 7 24 0 27 0 34 8 :t I 26 3 32 3 17 7 42 4 19 2 11 6 36 4 34 0 19 f) 23 4 44 0 32 8 16 8 31 0 39 4 12 5 23 0 2'J 4 24 9 41 6 24 9 26 4 II) 1 12 7 3(1 3 23 5 19 S OTHER MIDWESTERN Akron 59.6 Anderson 36 1 . B-Wallare 60.7 Rutler 37 8 Capital 45 8 ... . Carneg.e 49 8 Cent Okla 63 7 Central SI 430 rtemson 46 6 E Cent Okla 61 3 Errpona St 39 6 .. Findlav 48 9 . ... Frostourg 28 3 GroveCitv 25 7 . Hunover 28 6 Ind Cent 42 8 ... Kearnev 49 8 . . Lacrosse 39 1 . I0i N Michigan 59 2 .... '29' Earlham 7 1 ... . '6' O North n 54 .'9. St Norbert 28 4 . . '5' Wooster 40 5 131' J Carroll 18 2 .. ' 12' Cameron 52 2 '19' BowieSt 24 4 . '6i Mt Union 40 2 (19i S eastokla 42 8 . f 10 Wavne.Neb 29 7 '4ii Taylor 8 2 ....... ' 1 1 Kenyon 27 2 '141 Oberiln 12 2 ' 13i Manchester 15 8 . '10' Evansville 32 3 '3' Pittsburg 46 8 '3' Oshkosh 36 0 5 ... '12' StoutSf 41.3 Minn-Duluth 53 0' rt Hays '16' Wasl't'um .91 NwesHikla 31 8 Dakota . I llri.lrlh ) i!2' Maiietta ... Lang.l.m , .01 Stesen.P1 '40' Suiirtior 'I4 Centre l N Dak.'laSI 101 l.lliroln Mo 23. Evanarl 114' Tex LutM'n '22 Bernirl! I47i Macalesler .'17' DeHauw ID Fiankun if) EaviCUire I' Defiance 2I Muskingum . 'll Wlllinoli I 7 30 1 40 0 55 I 16 I 33 I 31 3 35 0 111 15 I 51 I 31 0 24 I 39 5 XI 1 5 I 16 9 32 I si 4 70 0 35 0 34 1 OTHER SOUTHERN B Conkman 44 1 1 1 Norfolk 42 1 Bethanv 23 4 '2' Hltarn 2:t 0 Cent Ark 317 '4' AlkTech 47 3 Davidson 52 1... '16' Ouillotd 36 9 Daston 63 2 . '18' Liberty Hi.p l 47 1 t ten 81 67 ' SwestTea tot EliiCllv 32.1 '4' Favetlev le 28 1 Elon II 4 . ...... '10' O Webb 41 I EmMrnrv 24 4 . '7. H Sydney 17 5 G town kv 46 6 .'J' C-Newman 44 1 Host Pavrie 47 2 . 'I' S Houston 38 8 Howard' 311 I '3' Hampton 23 0 Jax Ala 58 3 .- ' DeltaSt 52 2 Knoxy Hie 27 J . '15i ri 12 4 Madison 417 '17' R. Macon 24 7 Mai. Hill 32 2 f 1 Catawba 412 M'Murrv 47 1 '2' Austin 45 4 Miilsaiis 36 8 ' 10 1 Wash Mo 2ft 4 Miss Col 64 8 4 1 A 1 Livingston 46 7 Monticello 63 1 '2D Harding 42 3 Newberry 57 1 ..il8' Saiannah 39 5 piesh, n 62 5 '21 Cent F la 415 S CState 5' .114' NCCent 36 7 S F Austin 66 0. iIOi Abilene 56 1 S St Ark 49 8 I' Henderson" 42 1 Su.Ross 28 2 '4' Trinity 25 0 Texas Ail 77 4 U3i AngeloSt 64 9 Va Union 38 3 .. '14. Va Stale 4)3 0 W Maryland 34 9 . .'151 Dickinaon 19 7 W-Salem 32 5 .i21l J C Smith 311 W ash-Lee 23 !' Bridie r 19 0 MAJOR LEADERS Oregon N C Siato Tulane t Carolina . S M U. E Tenn Mich St Maryland W ash SI Cent Mich 8 3 85 5 84 7 84 3 83 7 83 5 83 J 83 1 83 1 84 0 Nebraska 1114 Alabama 111 2 So Calif Arkansas -Texas Oklahoma 107 I 103 I 1"4 1 104 0 Ohio State . 101 Houston loo 8 F.orlda St 99 3 MINOR LEADERS Texas All 77 4 Delaware 76 0 Trov St 74 I E lliinois 72 3 Youngst'n 70 0 E Tex St 69 7 S east La 67 2 CalPSLO 66 8 S F Austin 66 0 S Dak St 65 Angelo St 64 9 Miss Col 64 8 Monticello 63 8 Cent Okla 63 7 Das ton 63 2 Wlltenb'g 62 7 Prebv'n 62 5 Penn Stat 99 2 Michigan - 98 9 Tennessee 98 8 Stanlnrd 96 3 Bug Young 95 7 Aruona St . 95 6 Notre Dame 95 6 Pittsburgh . 95 4 Baylor 94 8 Auburn 94 3 Miss St 94 0 Minnesota 03 4 N Carolina 92 2 Missouri 92 1 So Miss - 911 Washington 918 Ciemson ... 91 8 Texas AIM - 90 9 Temple ... 90 8 W ke Forest 90 0 Arizona 89 8 LSU 898 S Carolina - 89 5 Texas Tech . 89 0 California . 8 Georgia 68 4 UCLA. . 87 8 Okla St 87 6 Purdue 87 1 Iowa 87 0 Colo St 86 7 N Iowa 61 I N Dakota 61 8 E Cent Okla 61 3 Wabash . B. Wallace . S west Tex N Alabama River Falls Akron . . N Michigan Sta Clara ... . 60 8 . 60 7 60 3 60 0 6(1 0 59 I . 59 2 . 5 9 58 5 Neb Omaha Jax. Ala 51 3 NATIONAL LEADERS NATIONAL Nebraska 111 4 Alabama 1 1 1 t EAST Penn Slate Pittsburgh Temple Navy Syracuse Rutgers .. Delaware Brown Mass U Yale ... SOUTH Alabama Florida St . Tennessee Auburn Miss St .. . N Carolina . SoMisi Clemson W'kiForcst LSU 992 95 4 9n 8 62 8 79 3 76 7 76 0 73 9 . 72 8 713 So Caul 107 8 Arkansas ... K'5 1 Texas Oklahoma Ohio State Houston Florida St 104 I . 1"4 0 . 101 I lno 8 99 3 Penn State - 99 2 MIDWEST Nebraska . 1114 Oklahoma ... 104 0 Ohio State . 1") 9 Michigan 98 9 Noire Dame 95 8 Minnesota .. 93 4 Missouri 92 1 Okia St 87 8 Purdue 87 I Iowa 87 0 SOUTHWEST Aikansaa . .. 1"5 1 Texas 104 1 111 1 .99 3 98 8 94 3 94 0 92 2 9! 9 91 8 90 0 89 I So Caltl ..... Stanford Brig Young Arizona St Washington Arizona California U C L A. -.. Oregon W ash St 107 8 98 3 85 7 . 95 6 91 8 89 88 8 . 87 8 . 86 3 .83.1 Houston 100 8 Ftavlor Texas AiM Texas Tech S M u T C U Tex Arl'n Texas All Svt 94 6 90 8 69 U . 83 7 78 3 .78 I .77 4 Tuesday's events LOI ANGELES RAMS - Put rookie guard B'l Bam on waivers Tuesday and signed eight. year veteran Gordon Geaveae, who was recently waived by the Mow York Giants NOTRE DAME Announced that defen sive end Mark Czai wHI be lost for the rest of the season otter urtovargolng knee surgery. NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE! Atlantic Division w L pn. ca PtMadelphio 5 0 1000 Boston 4 2 .667 I'l New York 4 3 .571 2 Washington 2 3 .400 3 New jersey 1 .200 4 Central Dlvislan San Antonio 1 2 .600 Detroit 3 3 .500 51 Atlanta 3 4 .479 1 Indiana 3 4 .479 1 Houston 1 3 .400 t Cleveland 2 i .284 2 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Mo Snuth'n J I M" West n 45 7 N easHikia 48 I Neb Omaha 58 5 .. O Vel h 23 0 Ollei hem 44 I ... FineHliifl 36 6 Plattes ille 3,s 2 -HiserFalla 80 0 R II , In an 33 0 S Dak hi 65 6 -. S raslMo 40 5 ... ' S w est Mo 51 fl vsestokla 53 0 Si t'lnud 44 9 . . HI Johns 52 3 .. SI Josephs 15 3 . .. Valpar o 42 6 Whitewater 5' 2 Wilmington 27 I Wlltenh g 62 7 . ' Yourn.l n 70 0 ... (Milwaukee 5 I .033 xKensosClty 3 1 .750 1 Chicago 3 4 ,429 7V4 xUtah 1 4 .200 3Vj xDenver 0 5 .000 4"i Pacific Division xPortland 1 0 1 000 Los Angeles 3 2 .600 2"! Golden Slate 3 3 .500 3 xPhoenlx 3 3 .500 3 Seattle 2 3 .400 3'i xSanOtego 2 4 .33 X Late game not Irvduded MONDAY'S RESULTS Utah 110, San Diego 109 TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York 136, Indiana 1 12 Atlanta 121, Cleveland 111 San Antonio 129, Boston 120 Chicago 101, New Jersey 103 Milwaukee at Fltonlx, night . Denver at San Dtego, night Kansas City at Portland, night Utah at Los Angeles, night TODAY'S GAMES Cleveland at Atlanta, 7:35 p m, Indiana at Philadelphia, 8 05 p.m. Washington at Detroit, 8:05 p.m. Boston at Houston, 9 05 p.m. Portland at Denver, 9:35 p.m. Phoenix at Golden State, 10 30 p.m. Kansas City at Seattle, 10 30 p.m. Tuesday's event LOS ANGELES LAKERS Rookie guard Earvln "Magic" Johnson, sldeHnod because of a sprained right knee, wll return to action this Friday night when the Lakers face Kansas City, the National Basketbai Association learn armcejneed Monday. English League 1 TUESDAY'S RESULTS Home team listed first Olvlslon Three Bury 2, Barnsley 2 CarHsle 1, Mansfield 1 Chesterfield 0, Blackpool 0 Colchester 4, Wimbledon 0 GiWngham 4, Oxford 0 MiHwell 2. Reading 0 Rotherham 2. Hu I Sheffield Wednesday 7, Grimsby 0 Swindon 2, Plymouth 1 Division Pour Boijrnemoufh 2, Hereford 2 Halifax 0, Bradford 1 tstortharnpton 4, HseddersllekJ 2 Portsmouth 0, Newport 2 Scunthorpe 3, Oarengton 0 York I, Doncaster 3 - '' NHL CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Patrick Dlvislan W L T PH OP GA Ptsttadespnie 4 11 f 10 25 NY Ranger 11 25 ! Atlanta 14 1 I 23 74 NY wander III I 20 II Washlnulon 7 4 0 4 22 10 Smyrhe Division Chicago 12 2 13 17 Vancouver 111 20 27 St Louts 111 t 20 23 Edmonton 1 1 4 23 21 Wirtrkoea 1 4 0 4 11 2 xCotoredo 11 3 11 15 WALES CONFERENCE Adam Dlvislan Boston 4 11 23 17 Toronto 4 10 I 21 14 Bollato 3 11 7 23 Minnesota 111 7 , 23 20 Quebec 110 4 IS 1 Norrl Division Montreal I I f 14 10 Pittsburgh 111 1 33 10 xL 01 Angeles 111 5 27 30 Detroit 111 4 It II Harltord 111 4 15 21 x Lt game not Inctuded MONOAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY'S RESULTS Montr taf 5, Atlanta 3 Edmonton 1. New York Islanders 3, He Boston 5, St Louis 5, tie Lot Angeles at Colorado, night TODAY'S GAMES Edmonton at New York Rangart, 7 35 pen. Pittsburgh at Buffalo, rOS p m. Harltord el Oosroec. 105 p.m. Winnipeg at Chicago. I 35 pm St Louis at Minnesola, 1.35 p m Washington at Los Angeles, 1105 pm Toronto at Vancouver, 1 1 05 pm AHL North W L T PH. OF GA Adkondac 3 2 0 10 27 I xNew Brunswick 3 0 0 10 21 0 xNova Scots 111 7 21 20 Memo 111 4 II Stvtnotieid 0 10 OHM South Rochester 110 12 11 Hershey 3 10 II 11 New Haven 3 10 20 19 Besghamton 0 4 1 I 5 11 Syracuse 0 4 0 0 10 17 I Late game not xscmxsea MONDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TUESDAY KBtaULIS Nova Scotia at New Brunswick, night TODAY'S GAMES Rochester at Adkorsdach New Haven at Bmgtvamton Hershey at Mama New Brunswick at Nov Scots Ssvlngtield at Syrocus IHL - Norm w L T Pts. OF OA Kraamuoo 3 0 0 t 20 2 2 1 0 4 9 1 110 4 13 IS 110 2 10 12 110 2 10 0 South iPorl Huron Saginaw xFlnl Muskegon Dayton 110 4 1 It Fort Wayne 110 1 12 12 Toledo l iv t ij u .Milwaukee 110 1 I 12 Grand Rapids 0 3 0 0 4 11 x Late game not Inducied MONDAY'S RESULTS NO games schectuted TUESDAY'S RESULTS FNnt at Milwaukee, night TODAY'S GAMES Muskegon at Toledo Tuesday's events ATLANTA FLAMES Bobby Latond. veteran forward of the Atlanta Flames, has been traded to the Boston Bruins for future considerations, the Flames announced Tuesday. WASHINGTON CAPITALS - Sent left wings Bob Girard and Grog Poks to Horsey to get into shape. Caned up right wing Tony Casstxato from Horsey. Major League free agent list Th following playora hvo doclorod tholr fro ttgoncv and r aligtbla lor tho Nov. 2 roontry drott: Jews Akmj, nmtoittor, Houiton PiM Bi-w, tauttiewer, Oncmnail Gmkwi Borgrrwio, catcher, Mmrwtota JOtt Wia, OUttteWz MOO IOO John Curt n, pitcher, Sm Francl&co Bucky Dent, Wiortttop, New York Yankees Dove Gotti, pitcher, Minnesota Dave HiwnMlon, pitcher, Oakland Andy Haister, pitcher. New York Meit Don Hood. p4tchar. New York Yankees AI Hrabotky, pitcher, Kansas City Tun Johntoa infietder, Toronto Jay Johnttone, outfielder, San Diego B0 Kranepool, ftrtt bet.eman. New York Mttt Lerrin LeGrow, pitcher, Los Artgetet Sktp Lock wood, pttcher. New York Mats Mitt May, catcher, Chicago White Sox Fred Norman, pitcher, Cincinnati Jorge Of to, infietder, Chicago white Sox Fred Patek, shortstop, Kansas City Lenny Randle, infietder. New York Yankees Merv Rettenmund, outfteider, California Nolan Ryan, pitcher, California Tony Solo t a, first basemen, Toronto Don Stonhouse, pitcher, Baltimore Remte Stennett, infieider, Pltttfwrgh Rusty Torres, outfielder, Chtcago White Sox Wayne Twitchef, pitcher. New York Meti Bobby Valentine, infietder, Seattle Roy White, outfielder. New York Yankees Rick Wise, pitcher, Cleveland Jim Wohtford, outfielder, Milwaukee Florida Instructional League (AM games 1 p.m.) Admission is free TUESDAY'S RESULTS NORTHERN DIV'SION Toronto S, Detroit 3, 10 tmtgs St. Louis S, Philadelphia 2 New York Mets 3, CincinattI 1 Cleveland 6, Minnesota 4 Montreal Expos OFF Texas Rangers OFF Baltimore Orioles OFF TODAY'S GAMES NORTHERN DIVISION New York Mets at Texas Rangers, Busch Complex, St. Petersburg Montreal Expos at CincinattI Reds, AI Lopez Field, Tampa Toronto Blue jays at Oeveland Indians, Grant Field, Sarasota Philadelphia Phils at Detroit Tigers, Huggins-Stenget FlaW, St. Petersburg St. Louis Cardinals at Baltimore Orioles, Pay-son Complex, St Petersburg Minnesota Twins OFF SOUTHERN DIVISION Chicago White Sox at Japan, Pirate City, Bre-denton Pittsburg Pirates at New York Yankees, Pirate City, Bradenton Atlanta Braves at Kansas City Royals, KC Complex, Sarasota Boston Red Sox OFF Tuesday's events CINCINNATI REDS Signed coaches Harry Dunlop, Bin Fischer, Russ Nixon and Ron Pla;a to one-year contracts. NEW YORK METS Acquired first baseman Mike Jorgensen from Texas to complete WiWe Montane i trade of Aug. 12; Outrighted intiQlder Sergio Ferrer to Tidewater of International League, Also, made Kmgtport, Tenn., their affiliate in the rookie Appalachian LeMtie with Danny Momon the manager. TORONTO BLUE JAYS Waived pitcher Dove Freisieben and first baseman Crwg Kusick, assigned contracts of infieider Pedro Hernandei, catcher Bob Davis and pitcher ja-rkion Todd to Syracuse, brought up out-fleidor Paul Hodgson from Ounedin of Florida State La;, outfielder Jesse Bar Held and pitcher Rafael Sent ana from Km ion of Carolina League and pitcher Jay Robertson from Syr ar me CHICAGO WHITE SOX Announced the resignation of Larry Doby as batting Instructor BOSTON RED SOX Sent catcher Mike CBerry to the CNcago Cubs to complete the trade for second baseman Ted Siiemore; gave major league contracts to pitchers Bruce Hurst, Keith MacWhorter and Mike Howard, catcher Dave Schmidt, Infieider Dave Stapieton and outfielder Reid Ntchois; and assigned outright pitchers John LaRose, Jim Wright and Burkt Suter to their farm team In Pawtucket. IV-W X. Florida Federal Open AT EAST LAKE WOODLANDS Tuesday through Sunday THE SEEDS 1. Chris Evert Lloyd (2), Fort Lauderdale I. Tracy Austin (J, Ruling HMt, Cakf. X Evonne Goolaong (4), Australia 4. Diane Fromhoiti (5), Australia 1 Virginia Wade (7), England 4. Wendy Turnbui (I), Australia 7. Kerry Reid (9), Australia . Virginia Ruilcl (10), Romania MONOAY'S RESULTS Seed i ng in parentheses) First round Anne Smith, Dallas, d Zende Lless, Dayto-na Beach, o-7, 1, Leie Forood, Fort Lao- derdate d. Nana Klaus, South Africa, e-4. a-4. Kerry Reid (7), Australia d Bettlna Bung. rvM ana Ljjre sjaowi, -, o4, tw. Tracy Austin 17), RoNno HHts, Calif . d Anne Hobbs, England, 6-0, 4-4; Chris Evert Ltoyd 1), Fort Lauderdale, d. Peanut Louie, an Francisco, 6-1, 6-2 LATE MONDAY RESULTS First round Caroline Stol, Livingston, N.J., d. Dtanne f-romnorti (4), Australia. V7, 6-4, 41, retired. TUESDAY'S RESULTS Day session Wendy White, Atlanta and RoOins CoHeoe. d. Greer Stevens, South Africa, 6-7. 7-S, Virginia kuici taf, Komania, a KOtny Horvam, Bra denton and Mopewel Junction, NY 2-6, 6-0, -z. Betty arm Stuart, Newport Beach, Calif., d. Mvise Kruger, South Africa, 6-3. 6-2, Yvonne Vermaek. South Africa, d. Sue Barker. Great Britain, o-o, w, 6-2. Regme Marsikova ( 14). Czechoslovakia, d Mima Jeusovec ( 77 ). Yugoslavia, 2-6, 6-1, 6-3. Rosemary Casals (X), SausaHto, CaHf. d Bar bara Potter (43), Woodbury, Conn., 6-7, 7-4, 4-3, Laura DuPont, Matthews, N.C d. Joanna UuVM. Dales, Texas, 6-0, 6-1. Night session Evonne Gootexwoa 4. Australia, d Tanva Hartford (35), South Africa, 6-1, 6-1, Vlrgmia wssoe iti, threat amain a Kenata Tomanova f 37 ), Czechoslovakia. 4-3, 6-1; Wendy Turnbui (el, Australia, vs. Renee Richards (28), GainesvWe, late night match TODAY'S MATCHES Day session neon First round singles Kerry Reid (7), Australia, vs Bettvam Stuart, Newport Beach, Calif , Car oar Slot, Livingston, N J, vs. Reoina Marsikova (14), Czechoslovakia, Late Forood, Fort Lauder- nm, vs. Vrgtnie Ruzkl (I), Romania. First round daubles larva Ktoss, South Africa and Betfyarm Stuart, Newport Beach, Calif., vs. Barbara Jordan, King of Prussia, Pa., and Paula Smith. &an Dtego, Cahf. Mima jeusovec, c i ecro Slovakia, and Bar bar a Potter, Woodbury, Conn., vs. Reyma Marsikova, Czechoslovakia, and Renata Tomanova, Czechoslovakia Night session - 7 p.m. First round doubles Greer Stevens, South Africa, and Wendy Turnbui, Australia, vs Barbara HaHquist, Ar cacka. Calf ., and Diane Desore. Los Angetes, Mcono round stngies Tracy Austin (2), Roetno Hill. Calf., vs. Anne Smith, Dales; Chris Evert Lloyd (1), Fort Lauderdale, vs. Yvonne Vermaak, South Africa. How to get tickets Both reserved and general admission tick ets are stu available for the S 100.000 Florida Federal Open at East Lake Woodlands, today through Saturday. .Sunday's finals are sold out. Tickets for today an Thursday, afternoon sessions .noon start) are t6 reserved. S4 oert- erai admission. Prices tor the night sessions. wntcn begin at 7 p m., are M and iv Prices tor Friday's quarterfinals are af ternoon ( 1 p m ) U and $5, night (7pm) 19 and S7 Saturday's semifinals wM cost SV for both me 7 p m match and the 7 p.m. match. Al-session tickets are J70 Clwge-by-phone using Visa or Master Charge wIM be accepted at East Lake Woodlands tournament office, 714-1537. Japan Open AT TOKYO TUESDAY'S RESULTS Men's Singles First Round Pat Dupre, USA, d. T. Graham, USA, 4-0, 4-0; Jurgen Fassbender, West Germany, d. H. i small, Rhodesia. 6-4, 6-3; Jun Kamiwaiumf, Japan, d F. Gonzalez, Puerto Rico, 6-2, 4-1; Kim Warwick, Australia, d, T. Tsuyoshi Fufcui, Japan. 4-4, 4-4; R. Frawley, Australia, d, S. Menoa India, 4-4, 6-1, 4-3; George Hard!, USA, d. Jim Deianey, USA, 4-4, 2-4, 6-2. Second Round Victor Amaya, USA, d Stefan Slmonsson, Sweden, 4-3, 3-4, 4-3, C Deianey, USA, d Colin Dtbtey, Austratta, 2-4, 4-4, 6-2; Michaet Grant, USA, d J, Batrey, USA, 6-3, 4-4, 4-1; Terry Moor, USA, d. Paul Kronk, Australia, by deleft; Buster Mot tram, Britain, d. M. Turptn, USA, 4-0, 4-1; Peter McNamara, Australia, d. N, Tamura, Japan, 4-2, 4-2; Ross Case, Australia, d. Jun Kukl, Japan, 3-4, 4-2, 7-5, Mark Edmondson, Australia, d. Cliff Drysdaie, South Africa, 4-3, 4-4. Women's Singlet First Round J. Saner no, Indonesia, d R Chlongbian, the Philippines, 4-0, 6-2, F Furuhashi, Japan d A. Whttnore, USA, 4-7. 4-3, Chen Juan, CMna, d N. Matsushima, Japan, 4-3, 5-7, 4-3; Marcia Louie, USA, d N. Horio, Japaa 4-1, 4-1. $100,000 Grand Prix tournament AT VIENNA, AUSTRIA TUESDAY'S RESULTS First Round Ekot Teiischer, U S , d Trey Waltke, U S,, 4-4, 6-0; Fritz Buettning, U S , d Richard Lewis, Britain, 7-4, 4-4, 7-4; Zetfko Franulovic, Yugoslavia, d Hans Kary, Austria, 4-4, 4-3; Ivan Lendl, Czechoslovakia, d Ferdi Taygan, U S., 4-3, 4-2. Baiazs Taroczy, Hungary, d. Patrick Proisy, France, 4-3, 4-1, Wojtek Fibak, Poland, d Bruce Man von, US, 4-0, 4-7, 4-2; Gen Mayer, U.S., d. Birger Anderson, Sweden, 4-4, 4-3. AIAW Championships AT ROCHESTER, N Y. MONDAY'S RESULTS Singles final Judy Hodges, Colgate, d. Kitty Kraus. Colgate, 6-1, 6-). Doubles final Beth Schaef or -Betsy Maitovsky, Syracuse d Su Aery-Jeanne Gengier, Colgate, 3-4, 4-2 and 4-3. Team Score 1. Colgate, 40 points, 2. Syracuse, 33; 3. St. Lawrence, 22. East Bay Ladies member-guest tournament AT EAST BAY CC WEEKEND RESULTS Doubles Finals Kitty Wlnterhoiter, Cleorwater-B J. Mar rue, Clearwater, d. Marie WaHace, Clear-water-Soli Wendt, Seminole, 6-0, 4-3. Consolation Match Ann Wagner, Seminole-Jackie Rice, Largo, d. Anneiise Ekberg, Largo-Nekta Webber, Clearwater, 4-2, 4-4. Suncoast Ladies league (Through Oct. 23) STANDINGS W L TMWML Treasure Island Tampa Airport Royal Racquet Indian Springs Carrolwood Bartlett Park Davis Island Countryside Pairna Ceia Racquet Oub NE Tennicondo Oub Tennis 4 0 1 71 27 5 0 1 55 29 4 1 2 58 40 4 1 2 54 42 4 3 0 54 42 3 3 1 54 44 3 2 2 52 46 3 4 0 44 5? 2 4 0 37 47 1 4 2 42 56 1 4 0 28 70 0 7 0 19 79 TUESOAY'S RESULTS Treasure Island 9, Indian Springs S Racquet Club NE 10, Countryside 4 Royal Racquet 11, Tennicondo 3 Bartlett Park 17, Club Tennis 2 Tampa Airport I, Davis Island 4 Carrotwood 11, Pakna Ceia 3 TUFSDAV'4 RESULTS AT FORT HESTC RLY ARMORY Sweet Brown Sugar -Bono Bretll-Jarh Brltcoe d. Terry Funx-Bugsle McGraw-Joe LeOuc. Steve Travis-Ray Stevent d Mr Hlto-Mr, Safceurada, by dliqualltlcatlon. Steve Kern vs Brian St. John, draw. Jerry Brltco d. Kieer K arm Manny Fernandez d. The Gestapo. Nature Boy Stanley Lane d. Don Serrano. Mm mm Vx.r.1.46. .II...I .1 Pro f 1 - Tampa results MIGHT FSTCE-5lMl,Gr D- Cotlee Scott IS) 710 40 IN Mlrveola LH Jtl 11 S 80 4 K KreUe It) 40 Qutnlele IM) 380 T-319I. SECOND RACE 514 Me, Or. B CUnger Ring 12) 20 50 4 70 Geunllel(f) S00 340 Worthing (I) 7.00 Qumiela 12-7 ) 34 40. T-31.4J. Trlterta (2-7) IJM3M. Bon and Wheel SOI SO Daily Double (S-2) 120 40. THtRORACE-5lM,Gr M. In The Meantime It) 13 0 140 300 D'lDarlenelS) 12 40 500 Early Snow (I) 2. Oulnlele (S 37 40 T-JJ 2J. Trllecta la-S-l) 302 20. Bon and Wheel 151 10 FOURTH RACE-5li MUe, Or. D Hand Out Scott () It 40 40 30 Chopp'e(l) 5 00 10 Boo t Zob (3) 3.00 Qutnleia (H) 32 40 T-32 I. Trllecte 1 4-1-3) 175 00 Bos and Wheel I' 50 FIFTH RACE-31 MUe, Or. D: Allen St Fairy (1) 3 40 3 00 3 00 Josh Mosi (?) 120 110 JW'lCami4) 40 Oulrnele 11-2) 140 T-31 13. Trilecle (1-7-4) 130. Bon and Wheel 30. SIXTH RACE-51 Me, Or A: Marie Ann (6) 120 11 20 30 Agony Ot Deteel (5) 13 40 50 Beer Can Ed 13) 2.60 Ousmela (5-41 137 00 Trllecte (4-5-3) 2.30 40. Box and Wheel 1,10 20. SEVENTH RACE-31 Mite, Gr. B SandolalS) 1300 00 540 Manatee AAlndy (11 4 60 4 20 Keep Yur Ownup (7) 7 20 Ouiniele 1 1-5 ) 27 20 T-31 51. Trllecte (5-1-7 ) 289 60. Box and Wheel I44 S0. EIGHTH RACE-S 14 M, Gr A: K'l Prince (I) 4.40 3 40 2 20 Joyful Event 12) 4 00 3 20 LB s War Chef II) 1 60 Ouimeta ( 1-2) 13 JO T-31 S. Trilecta (1-2-t) 45 00. Box nd Wheel 12 50. NINTH RACE-31 Maa, Gr A: Honey Scott It) 100 5M 30 Boo l Mist (I) 20 30 2anr.g 12) 3.40 Ouiruela ( I I) S3 40 T 31.41. Tritecte (1-1-2) 3210. Box and Wheel III 40. TENTH RACE 5 1 Maa, Gr B Gallant Modes! 14) 20 20 40 40 BoB's Bruiser (5) 4 20 4 00 Flex Parity (3) 3 00 Qulniela (4-5) 560 T 31.99. Trilecta 14-5-3) 346 40. Box and Wheel 173 20. ELEVENTH RACE-51 Me, Gf C Lecey Cotton (3) 13 0 5M 4 40 Handy Boy (2) 7 40 too JO II) 5 00 Oulniel (2 3 ) 33 40 T-31.75. TWELFTH RACE-3, 1 MUe, Gr. C: BK's Express 13) 5.00 IM 20 Baby Bent ( 1 1 4.20 20 Rural Day 17) 3 0 Ouiniele ( 1-3) I 60. T 3 2. Trilecl (3-1-7) 14140. Box and Wheel 70 70. Big Q 12 3) (1-3 ) 332 M. Altendance-4J33I. Hanov 411,260. Tampa entries MATINER 11-45 pjn. FIRST RACE 5 It Mae, Gr O- 1 K'l Prodigal Getent Missle 5 2 HO i Carry AI Free For AI 3 Lake Dash Campus Eva 7 Wh!rllno. Francis Silver Coal I SECOND RACE-51 Mile, Gr. C: 1 Hey King Tut Manatee Cnuchlet 5 J Jerry Penny GE's Admiral 3 At'l Joe De Betchamp 7 4 (took town Mystic Sid By Side J THIRD RACE 51 Mile, Gr. M: 1 Its And Or But K'l Flakette 5 2 Bud's Jennifer Rossbery 3 Gallant Leslne Quarrytrvotmt Blak 7 4 Jarwin Herman V alley Lass I FOURTH RACE-51 Mile, Gr & 1 Gallant Pafc Executrix S 2 Awesome Wonder FUpiide t 3 Lelse Gun Set Apart 7 4 Husker Dale Mr Olsen I FIFTH RACE 5 1 Mae, Gr. B 1 Va Zoom LTD Express 5 2 Wright Empire 3 RP"s Gorgeous Waiy Penny Gaylon 7 upclose I 4pear Darcy SIXTH RACE-5 1 Mile, Gr. A: Bob's Lobo Hue's Queen 5 2 Scro John's Mall t 3 Close Encounter Sound Idea 7 4Torndo Squeaky Sopchopy I SEVENTH RACE 5 1 Mae. Gr. C GE's Treasure Bob's Scooter 5 2 Tampy Gaaant Now t 3 Two Fans New Option 7 4 LR'l Big Moos HCs Run Around EIGHTH RACE-IU Sprint, Gr. O 1 HD't El DoTs Pumpkin 5 2 Wright Affalred MB' Seed 3Tik(Kemaka No Oeposlt 7 4 Harry Buck Leurita I NINTH RACE-51 MUe, Gr. B: 1 B Lynn Marie San sun 5 2 Jonas John Wright Atlas 3 K'l Juno Sherlna 7 4LB's Clamor LR'I Daydream I TENTH RACE 5 1 Ma, Gr C t Ciena Speckled Hiker S 2 George Tryon Depended On 3 Jey's Mohawk Husker Irene 7 DoTs Juae I 4 Speckled Hiker ELEVENTH RACE 5 It Mae, Gr D: I Manatee Bandit Sa Oee Moss 5 2 HCrs Queer Vegas 3 RBcebunl Chance Gamble 7 4 Raon To Run Carolina I TWELFTH RACE 51 Mae, Gr. B: I Wright Arch R Marvin J 2 Manasola Marc Atari t 3 Echo Future Brlson 7 4 Gypsy Ben Mix N Match I NIGHT -7 JO pm. FIRST RACE 51 Mae. Gr. L I Gallant Luck Gather 5 2 All About Eve Gifted Miss t 3 Hey Holsy Totsy Husker Donna 7 4Wrloht Frase I'm Oirrssng Thru I SECOND RACE-51 Mae, Gr. C: 1 Worth It B Lisa S 2 Mr Ben Gelant Aldo 3 Anna Ring Capricorn Boy 7 4 Moving Champ GemsBorinvJ THIRD RACE-51 Mae, Gr D: 1 Speedy Rocket Santa Ana Wind S 2 Urge Me On Lake Awe t 3 Jeffery Lym Echo Bounder 7 AntkKh Jet Baron's Earl I FOURTH RACE- 514 MUe, Gr O: Gallant Be S Bet N Go Move By 7 1 Amaretlo 2 Hi Intent 3 K's Hyden 4 Kirk Day Manatee Cappy I FIFTH RACE-31 Mae, Gr. D. Manasola Matt Bev Gee 5 2 Thanks Cup Of Power t 3 Rapid Gain Bud's Audra 7 4 Wehoo Profit HQ's Walt I SIXTH RACE 514 Mile, Gr. A T: 1 JM's Speed Rapid Confirmed 5 2 Four Point Wright Bean Bag 3 HC't Disco Lady 4 HP's Bo Bo Mklnlght Captain 7 Lime Rose SEVENTH RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr. B: 1 D's May Bailey F Lee Baby 5 2 On The Beach Black Llmo t 3 Gallant View Grand Gal 7 4 Jude Deacon Blues I EIGHTH RACE-31 MIH, Gr. A: 1 Balsa 8 Theresa Black 5 2 Laughing Us Mr Buckingham 3 Dawnelle Rot Tan Falcon 7 4 Bonded Lady Revel I NINTH RACE 51 Me. Gr. A: 1 Streaker J GKs Song Bird 5 2 Spring Lily Wright Chanook I 3 Jarwin Tug Tight Wad 7 4JC's Matador Herbte Penny I TENTH RACE-51 Me, Gr. B: 1 Bite Luck Kenrod 5 2 Wright Elvis Power Cap 3 B's Billy B Slippery 7 4 Carol's Nel Manatee Glory t ELEVENTH RACE t Vona 2 Bob's Empress 3 LB's Jackaroo 4 Merljim 51 Mile, Gr C Calendar Gal 5 New Color Rip Often 7 Startler I TWELFTH RACE-31 MUe, Gr. C- 1 GoOvobee Swept Away 5 2 Annie Pal 3 Lakey 4 Good Bye Dales B Police Circus Sherry 7 Deer C Run I Tampa selections MATINeTK 1. K's Prodigal (1), Saver Coal (I), Wrxrlng Francis (4). 2. Betchamp (7), Manate Omckles (5), Hey King Tut (I). 1. Valley Last (I), K's Flakette (5), Bud's Jenmter (2). 4. Gallant Pak (I), Lake Gun (3), Flip side (I). I t. V Zoom (I), Upclos (I), RPs Gorgeous 13). t CtoteEncounfr(3),Sopchopyll),Bob' Lobo I II. 7. Hit s Run Around (I), New Option (7), Tempy (21 t. Leurile II), Wright Affeired (2), DoTs Pumpkin 15) Jonas John (2), I Lym Marie (I), K's Juno 13). 10. George Tryon (3), DoTs Jul (I), Jay's Mohawk (3). 11. Carolina (I), HCrs QueerUe 12), Manatee Bandit ( I). 13. R Marvin (5), Brlson (7), Mix N Match II). Deny Double 17 Best Bel. Betchamp (7) In the second rat. MIGHT 1, Gather (5), Wright Frese (4), Gatnrtt Luck (1). 2. Wurth n (I), Mr Ben (2), Gems Bormy III. X Sent Ana Wind (5), Anlloch Jet (4), Speedy Rocket (1). 4. Amaretlo (1), K's Hyden (3), Bet N Go (). 5. Thanks (2), no's Wall (I), Bev Gee (5). . Four Point (3), LWe Rose III, Conlrmed (5) 7. On The Beadil J), Jude (4), D's Amy Bailey (1) I. Roi Tan Falcon (7), Dawnelle (3), Mr Buckingham (). t. Wright Chanook (), OfS Songbird (5), Streaker J ( I). 10. Bit Luck (1), Manatee Glory (I), Ken-rod (5). II. LB's Jackaroo (3), Von (I), Calendar Gel (5). 12. Swept Away (5), Deer C Run (I), Circus Sherry (7). DaHy Double 5-1. Best Bet: Wurth tl 1 1) In th second rac. Latest line Hem teem In bald PRO BASKiTBALL (NBA) TODAY'S GAMES Favorite Peints Underdog Atlenta 7tj Cleveland Philadelphia 7"a Indiana Detroit 3" Washsnglon Hawstes) 5 Boston Denver 4sj Portland Golden State 2"j Phoenix Seatlle i'i Kansas City PRO HOCKEY (NHLI TODAY'S GAMES Pevorlf Goals Underdof N.Y. Ranger 2fi-l Edmonton Buffele MVt Pittsburgh Quebec M" Hartford Chicago !sV2 Winnipeg Minnesota l"i-2 St Lows Las Angeles 2-2si Washington Vancouver W-1 Toronto PRO FOOTBALL THURSDAY'S GAME Favorite Peints Underdog San Dtego 2ti Oekland SUNDAY'S GAMES Washington ' New Orleans Heuslen ' New York Pittsburgh 4 Daias BoltaW Pick em Detroit New England 5 "i Baltimore St. Louis 3 Cleveland Minnesota 1 Tampa Bay Let Angeles 6'1 N Y Giants Miami 10 Green Bay Cincinnati 2 Ptvdeoelphia Denver i Kansas City Chicago 7 San Francisc MONDAY Seethe It Atlenta COLLEGI FOOTBALL SATURDAY'S GAMES Michigan 20 Indiana Clemson 'i North Carolina St. Yal 20'c Pennsylvania Syracuse x NL Miami, Fla. Maryland Duk Brown 3Va Hely Cress Colgate 14 Columbia Georgie 7 Kentucky Herverd 7 Princeton Cornel 2"j Dartmouth Pittsburgh 13'1 Navy Auburn 2 Wake Forest Pen St. 21 VI West Virginia Ohio St, 14'4 Michigan SI. Florida 13 Tulsa Boston Coeege 3 Army lowe 7l.i Wisconsin Notre Dam 11 South Carolina Mississippi 19 Venderb.lt Purdue 34 Northwestern Nebreska 25 Colorado Oklehoma Iowa St. Minnesota l3'a HHnois Alabama 32 Virginal Tech Texes 17 SMU Oklehoma St. l"i Kansas Missouri Wt Kansas St. Texes AIM 19V Rice Beylor II Texas Christian Arkansas 7tj Houston Oregon ij Washington St. Southern cal l1 Laniornia Washington Pick 'em UCLA Stanford 20Vx Oregon St. Tulene 4 Georgia Tech Memphis St. 'i North Texas St. Louisiana St. I Florida St. Miami, Ohie 13 Toledo Bnghom Young 17ti New Mexico Aruona St. 2" Utah St. Colorado St. I As- Fore At Rich Stadium, Orange Park, N J. NL No Line Harah's Reno racebook odds NFL Favorlt Pts. THURSDAY'S GAME San Diego Oakland 7V SUNDAY'S teAMES- Weshlnglon New Orleans 5sj Houston New York Jets ' Pittsburgh Dales 1ft Buffalo Detroit lti New England Baltimore 5't St Louis Cleveland J Minnesota Tampa Bay 1 Los Angeles New York Giants Vi Miami screen ney 1 1 Cincinnati Philadelphia 2 Denver Kansas City Chicago San Francisco IVi IHUHU4T lAmEa Seattle Atlanta 2 COLLEGE SATURDAY'S GAMES Southern Cat California 15'" Stanford Oregon St. 2ti'j Michigan Indiana 21 Clemson No. Carolina SI. As. Maryland Duke 'a Georgia Kentucky 4' Pltlsburgh Novy 13Vi Auburn wane r-oresi J Perm St. W. Virginia 22'i Ohio St. Mich SI. !5si Iowa Wisconsin 2'i Notre Dam So Caroline II Nebraska Colorado 2l'a Oklahoma Iowa SI. 30si Minnesola Winois 13'i Texas SMU II'J Okla. St. Kansas 1' Missouri Kansas St. 20 Texas AM Rice 20V. Baylor TCU II Arkansas Houston 3 Oregon Wash St. 61! UCLA Washington 1 Tulane Georgia Tech I") Florida St. LSU E Tides Today: Sun rises 7 36 am , sets 53 p m. Moon rises 10 41 am, sets 9 31 pm. St Petersburg Municipal Pier high tides are at 3 79 a m and 5:55 p.m. Low tides are et 10:4 a m. and 9-51 pm Thursday: Sunrises 7:34 a.m., sets:52pm. Moon rises II 31 am, sets 1021 pm. SI Pe tersburg Municipal Pier high tides ar at 4 05 a m and 59 p m Low tkws are al 1 1 SI a m. and 10:31 p.m. Solunar tables Miner Meier Minor Major AAA. PJVL Today, Oct 23 4 10 4 35 IhSO Wednesday, Oct. 24 7D5 2r05 7M Marine weather Cape Snbte to Tarpon Vsrwjs out 50 miles: Smo crelt exercise caution Venice north- ward. Winds northeast 10 to 15 knots today and tonight. Seas 2 to 4 feet escreesing 4 to 4 feet Few thundershowers ending with wind-shift then gredualty cteerlng seewater fempereture Tuesday at Egmont Ky 79 degrees, Tsmpa Bay M degrees.

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