Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida on December 5, 1979 · 36
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

A Publisher Extra Newspaper

Tampa Bay Times from St. Petersburg, Florida · 36

Publication:
Location:
St. Petersburg, Florida
Issue Date:
Wednesday, December 5, 1979
Page:
36
Start Free Trial
Cancel

2c ST. PETERSBURG TIMES WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5. 1979 NFL AMERICAN CONFE RC NCI lot W L T Pet. PP lA Miami 4 S 0 U H 270 Iww England 14 0 1J 3H J '4 Biitlaio 7 7 0 MM 111 N V Jett I 0 44 243 3.13 Baltimore 4 10 0 .244 233 1M Central Pittsburgh II J 0 .784 371 747 Mouslun 10 4 0 7i4 371 ?U Cleveland 5 0 443 3J3 317 Gixin.nl. 3 II 0 214 30 7 311 Wtll San Diego 10 4 0 714 354 234 ntnyK 10 4 0 714 254 717 Oakland 14 0 571 377 244 Seethe 7 7 0 500 321 37 Kansas City ttO 474 721 252 NATIONAL CONFCRCNCK Sail PhlKJftpM 10 4 0 714 744 731 Dwn 4 5 0 643 317 7s 7 Washington 4 i 0 443 244 744 NV I,. 41111 4 1 0 479 710 73 SI Lout 4 10 0 .244 272 244 Central Tampa Bay 9 S 0 443 243 214 Chicago 14 0 .571 744 774 Minnesota 4 1 0 4 7 774 307 GreenBay 4 10 0 .244 214 288 Detroit I 12 0 .143 144 314 Wtll Lol Angelet 1 4 0 571 275 247 NewOrwant 7 7 0 - 500 34 1 311 Atlanta 5 9 0 3S7 254 333 San Francisco I 13 0 0 7 1 264 371 MONDAY'S RESULT Oakland 47. New Orleans J5 SATURDAY'S GAMES Oases at Philadelphia. 17 30 p.m. Denver at Seattle 4pm SUNDAY'S GAMES -Chicago at Green Bay. I p rn. Cincinnati at Washington, 1 p m. Los Angelas al Atlanta. I p.m. Miami at Detroit, I p m. New York Giants at 51 Louis, 1 p.m. Buffalo at Minnesota. 2 pm. kansas City at Baltimore. 2 pm. Tampa Bay at San Francisco. 4 pm. San Diego at New Orleans. 4pm Cleveland at Oakland. 4 pm. New bngland at New York Jets, 4 p.m. MONDAY'S GAME Pittsburgh at Houston, 9 pm. AP top 20 1 Ohio St ( 16) 11-0-0 1.767 2 Alabama 179) 11-0-0 1,765'? 3 So Calif (19) 10-0-1 1,757 4 Florida St 110 1,103 5 Oklahoma (I) 10-1-0 1.061 6 Arkansas I'D 10-1-0 951 7 Nebraska 10-1-0 904 I Houston!")) 10-1-0 893" 9 Brigham Yng (I) 114-0 141 10 Pittsburgh 10-1-0 771 11 Tenas l-2 477 12 Purdue 9-2-0 404 13. xWashtncton 9-2-0 489 14 Michigan 1 3-0 452 15 Tutane 9-2-0 386 16 South Carolina 1 3-0 287 17 Auburn 1 30 744 II Clemson 13-0 772 19 Baylor 7-4-0 104 70 Temple 9-2-0 65 s tncluctes forfeit by Arnona State UPI top 20 1 Ai.t6.ima (77) (l'-0) 476 2. Sou Calif !4 (UHM, 33 1 Oh) State (3) (11-0) 377 4 Florida Slate ( 1 1-0, 326 5. OklarKjma 1 10-1) 308 e Houston (10-1) 27 7 Arkansas , 10-1) 730 I Nebraska (10-1) 736 9 Brig Voung (11-0) 323 10 Pittsburgh ( 10-1) W 11 Tea (9-2) Ml 12 Purdue (9 2) 1?0 13 Washington (9-2) 97 14 Michtgen (8-3) 49 IS- Tulane ,9-2) - 25 16 South Carolina (8-3) 74 17. Ciemson (8-3) 16 IB Temoie (9-2) 10 19 Baylor (7-4) 8 70. Perm State (7-4) 3 AP All-America team FIRST TEAM Ofrense Tight End Junior Miller, Nebraska, 6-4, 27? Seflto-. Midland, Texas. Wide Receiver Ken Margerum, Stan-forrt I7i, Juntor, Fountain WalWy, Cakt Tackles Jim Bunch, Alabama. 4-1, 240, Senior, Mec harwtsvilie, Va , Oreg Kolenda, Arkansas. 6- I, 2S8. Senior. Kansas City Kan. ( Guards Brad BixMe Southern California 6-5, 253, Senior, Kansas City, Mo, Ken Fnfz, Onto Stare, 6 3, 242, Senior, (ronton, Ohio. Center Jim Ritcher, North Carolina 'Stat. 6 3 74S. Senior. Hinckley, Otmo Quarterback Marc Wilson, Brigham Vourvy, 6-5. 704, Serttor, Seattle. Wasn Running Backs Georue Rogers, South aohna, t i. 210, Junior CHA'th, Oa.; Brtty Sims, O tainofTia, 6-0, 705, Senior, Hooks, -Tenas. Cnarles vVhtte. Southern California, 6--0, IBS, Senior, San Fernando, Calif Defense Ends Huijh Green, Pittsburgh, 6 2, 224, 'Junior, Natcnei, Miss., Jacob Green, Texas AiW, 6-7. 230, Serwor, Housion, Teas. - Tickles Steve McMichaef. Texas, 6-2, '755 Senior, Frer, Texas, Jim Stuck ey, Ciem-"son 6-5 741. Senior, Cayce, S C Middle Guard Ron Simmons, Florida State, 6-1, 235, Junior, Warner R obins, Ga. Linebarkers George Cumbv, Okiaho-'ma, 6-0, 705, Senior, Gorman, Texas, Ron Simpkins, Michqan, 6-1, 725, Senior, Detroit, Mich.. Mike Smgie tar y, Baylor, 6-1, 224, Jurt-'ior, Houston, Texas. - Backs Kenny Easley, UCLA, 6 3, 704, Juntor, Chesapeake, Va Mark Haynes, Coto- rado, 5-11, itu. Senior, Kansas City, Kan.; Johnme Johnson, Texas, 6-1, IBS, Senior, La-'Grange, Texas SECOND TEAM Offense ' Tight End Dave Young Purdue. - wiae Receiver Kick beasiey, Appala chian tare Tackles Tim Foley, Notre Dame; Steve 'McKeoiie Puraue Guards Me Brock, Alabama, Pete rng San Dtego State Center Dwigrtt Stephenson, Alabama Quarterback Paul McDonald, Southern California Running Backs James Brooks, Auburn, VagAt Ferguson, Notre Dame, James Had- not, Texas Tech. Defense - Ends Pkk Antie, Oklahoma State; E J. imor. Alabama Tackles Ruton Jones, Utah State, Doug rvuvTin, wasnirgon. Middle Guard Ken Loushtn. Purdie Linebackers Dan Bass, Michigan State; David Hodge, Houston; Lance Mehi, Perm tt Backs Derrick Hatchett, Texas; Roland James, Tennessee. Lovte Smith, Tulsa THIRD TEAM Offense Tight End Benne Pryor, Pittsburgh Wide Receiver Steve Coury, Oregon State Tackle Metvin Jones, Houston, Herman Parker, Long Beach State Guards Wayne inman, East Carolina, Craiq Wolfiey. Syracuse. Center Ray Donaldson, Georgia Quarterback Art Schbchter, Onto State Running Backs Joe Cribfcs, Auburn, reeman McNeil, uLA, Dennis Mostey, Iowa. Defense Ends Gerry rVkjscic, Indiana State, Bob kors. Arizona State Tack ies Cleveland Crosby, Arliona, Dmo Mfl'igioro, Rutgprs. ( Middle Guard Georga Mayes, Army Linebackers Tho-nas Boy t, Alabama, Bob CDie. Notre Dame, Od Wilson, LouviBe. Batkt Monk Banaserte. Florida State; Don McNfai, Alaoama, Dennis Smith, Southern Cakorn!a ' Bowl schedule DEC. If Garden State Bowl At East Rutherford, N.J. Temple (9 2) vs California fc-5l, 1 p.m. Independence Bowl At Shreveport, La. McNeese State i ) 1-Oj vs Syracuse (6-5), 7 15 p m DEC 21 Holiday Bowl ' At San Digo Indiana f 7 4) vs. Brigham Young ) 1-0), 9 p m DEC. i2 L-berty Bowl At Memphis, Tenn. "Ppnn State ,7 4) vs Tmane (9-7), 1:30 p.m.. ABC-TV Sun Bowl At El Paso, Texas 'Wtihingtrn (9 21 vs. Texas (9-2), 17 30 pm, "CBS- TV Tangerine Bowl At Orlando, Fla. Wake Forest t-3 vs. Louisiana State (6-5), p m. DEC 25 Fiesta Bowl At Tempo, Aril. 'P-mbirgh (10-1) vs. Arizona (6-4-1), 3 45 pm, NBC-TV. OE 71 Gator Bowl At Jacksonville. Fla Michigan (8 3) vs. North Carolina (7-3-1), 9 pm, ABC TV ore 29 Mall at tmi Bawl Al Birminahem. Ala. South Ceroiuia 8 J) vs Missouri 14 5 ), 7 p m Ot!C II Peach Bawl At Atlanta Clemson (13) vi Baylor (7 41. lorn.. CBS TV luebennot Bawl At Hauitan Purdue 14-21 4, Tennessee (7-41, 1 p m. JAN I Catfan Bawl Al Dallat Houston ( 10 1 1 vt NebratkadO-ll.t loom.. CBS TV Rote Bawl At Pana.ni. Calif. Otxo Stata (11-01 v Soolhatn Catona ( 10-I 0-1), 5pm. NBC-TV Sugar Bowl At New Orleans Alabama (114) vt Arkansas 1 10 1 1, 1pm , ABC TV. Orange Bawl At Miami Florida Stata (11-01 vt Oklahoma (10-1), I pm, NBC TV. Latest line Home team In bald PRO BASKETBALL (NBA) Favorite Points Underdog Boston 5 Atlanta Washington i't New York Phoenik 3'1 New Jersey Indiana 4' Cleveland Philadelphia 4' San Antonio Kansas City 7,' Detroit Houston 3' Los Angeles Denver 3' Milwaukee Seam 13 Utah Golden State 7 i Chicago PRO HOCKEY (NHL) Favorite Gaels Underdog IOetreif New York Pittsburgh 111 1-l't l-l' M'- I'll J-J"i Winnipeg CNcago Vancouver Toronto Atlanta Edmonton I Montreal Butlala Minnesota PRO FOOTBALL (NFL) I Favorite Petnts Underdog MTUHDAY'I GAME DaUas i Philadelphia Denver 3 Seattle SUNDAY'S GAMES Chicago 4 Green Bay St. Louit 2'.t J... NY Giants Detroit Miamt Los Artgetei Washington Minnesota Baltimore San Dteoo Atlanta Cincinnati Buffalo Kansas City New Orleans Cleveland Oakland Tamp Bay 3 3i San Francisco New fcrvpland NY Jeti MONDAY'S GAME Pittsburgh Houston COLLEGE BASKETBALL TODAY'S GAMES Favorite Points Underdog xViltanove 8 St. Bona venture Dayton 3 Miami (O.) West Virginia I'l William A Mary Duke 19' i Princeton Ohio Univ. 4' -j Canisius Toledo 54 Michigan Syracuse it si Francis (Pa, Baylor Pick em New Mexico St. Louisiana St 9 "a Tutane SMU li Kansas jburn 7 Mississippi Texas Tech 15' North Texas St. Notre Dame 13 Northwestern Kansas St. 17' Oklahoma City Do Paul 8' a Wisconsm k Virgin a 4 Temple Loyoia(Chtcago) 3 Bradley (UeorqerowniDC) r Maryland Clemson 1 1 South Cerokna Color ado 1 Air Force xat the Palestra. Philadelphia xxat Capital Centre, Landover, Md. COLLEGE FOOTBALL NCAA BOWL GAMES Favorite Points Underdog DEC. 15 Garden State Bowl, East Rutherford, N.J. Temple 7 Catitornia DEC. 21 Holiday Bowl. San Oieoo, Cal. Brigham Young 8 Indiana Sun Bowl, El Paso, Tex Texas 6'. Washington Lioertv bowi, Memphis Perm St 3 Tutane Tangerine Bowl, Orlando Louisiana St. 6 Wake Forest DEC. 75 Fiesta Bowl, Temple, Arii. Pittsburgh 9-j Ariiona DEC. 21 Gator Bowl, Jacksonville Michigan 6' a North Carolina DEC. 7T Hall of Fame Bowl, Birmingham, Ala, Missouri 7'? South Carolina DEC. 31 Peach Bowl, Atlanta, Ga. Clem von 4 Baylor Blue sonnet Bowl, Houston, Tex. Purdue 6' 1 Tennessee JAN. 1 Cotton Bowl. Dallas. Tex. Nebraska 3 Houston Sugar Bowl, New Orleans, La. Alabama 6't Arkansas Rose Bowl, Pasadena, Cal. USC 7 Ohio St. Orange Bowl, Miami Oklahoma 7' Florida St. Harrah's Reno and Sports Book odds 1 NFL Favorite Pts. Underdog Oakland 2" Cleveland Tampa Bay 3' San Francisco Dallas 3'-z Phiiadpipoia Denver 3 Seattle Chicago 4 Green Bay St Louis 3 N Y. Giants Miami 7 Detroit Los Angeles 3 Atlanta Washington 6 Cincinnati Minnesota 3' B.tftato Baltimore 2 k ansas City San Diego 3 New Orleans New England 3 NY. Jets Pittsburgh 3'-i Houston NASL indoor EASTERN DIVISION W L Pet. Atlanta 1 0 1.000 Detroit 1 0 1 0O0 Tampa Bay 1 1 .500 New England 0 t .000 Ft. Lauderdale 0 1 000 WESTERN DIVISION California 1 0 1 000 Minnesota 1 0 1.000 Memphis 0 0 000 Tuisa 0 1 000 Los Angeles 0 1 000 TUESOAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled TODAY'S GAME Detroit at Fort Lauderdale, 7. JO p.m. High school CLASS 4A, DISTRICT 8 W L T W L T St Petersburg 10 0 10 0 Largo 10 0 10 0 Gibns 10 0 10 0 Northeast 10 0 10 0 Seminole 0 0 0 0 0 0 Pmeiias Park 0 0 0 0 0 0 Lakewood 0 0 0 0 0 0 Dixie Hottms 0 0 1 0 0 1 Boca Ciega 0 10 0 10 Clearwater 0 1 0 0 1 0 Dunedin 0 10 0 10 INDEPENDENTS Countryside 0 0 0 TUESDAY'S MATCH St. Petersburg 39, Pmeiias Park 28 NWA AT FORT HESTEPL Y ARMORY TUESDAY'S RESULTS Southern Heavyweight T.tle Dusty Rhodes d Bad Bad Leroy Brown (dtee l.Ftori ida Tag Team Jark And Jerry Briscoe d. B'van St John and Nature Boy Stanley Lane (disc ; 15.000 Cheflpnge S"Oer Destroyer 1 Mtke Graham; Other Matches Manny 1 Fernandei d Mr. Hito. Bugsy McGraw d. SteveKeirn (disc ), Bubba Douglas d TheGe- staoa Gordon Neisn d Mike MiHer, Don Cerrano vs. Mr. Sekurada (draw). NBA ASATBRN CONPBRCNCI Atlantic Dlvltlan W t Pet OB Boston 14 5 .197 Philadelphia 19 7 731 I New York 13 13 500 7 Washington 10 12 455 Naw Jersey 10 14 345 10 Cantral Division Atlanta 16 12 571 Houllon 13 II 542 1 San Anton 13 1? .570 VI Cleveland 13 14 444 3 ". Indiana II 14 407 4" Detroit 17 130 4'r WESTERN CONFERS NCI Midwest Division Milwaukee Kansas City Denver Chicago Ulan 19 704 14 14 500 Jvi II .333 10 7 14 . 269 1 1 '-4 4 20 .147 3'1 : Division 17 I 40 14 447 17 10 .630 1 14 11 53 1 II 17 34 3 7"i 10 14 315 7 "t Seattle Los Angeiel Phoenii Portland San Dtego Golden State TUESDAY'S RESULTS New York I II. Phoem 1 14 Cleveland 1 15 Sen Diego 112 Boston III. Detroit 114, OT Los Angeles I?'. San Antonio t71 TODAY'S l A IWfc Atlanta at Boston, 7 35 p m. Phoemk at New Jersey. 1 05 p m. San Antonio at Philadelphia, 1 05 p m. New York at Washington. 1 05 p m Cleveland at Indiana. I 05 p m. Los Angeles at Houston. 9 05 p m. Detroit at Kansas City. I 35 p m. Milwaukee al Denver. tJipm. ChK ago al Golden State, 10 35 p.m. Utah at Seattle. 10 15 p m THURSDAY'S GAMES Portland at Utah, 9 30 p m. Golden State al San Diego, 10:05 p m. Tuesday's NBA boxes PHOFNIX (U4-nvii9 7-t0?5 Robinson 8 2-7 18. K ramer 2 004, Buse 40-09. Westphai 13 3 35, Cook 3 3 4 9, Scott 0 1-2 1, Heard ) 0-0 2. High 2 3 4 7. Brati 2 00 4 Totals 47 I9-2S 1 14 NEW YORK (111): DemK 2 0-0 4,Kmuht 3 4 b, CartwrHjht 13 10-11 36, Richardson 1 S 71 R Wilbamt J 1-1 15, Copeiand 4 2-2 10, enweather 2 2-2 6, Glenn 1 0-0 2, Huston 0-0 0. Monroe 1 0-0 2, S Wrihamt 0 0-0 0. Totals 47 23-25J 11 Phoenix 31 25 30 78114 New York 34 23 26 IS 1 18 Three-point ooals Buse, Richardson TotalFouls Phoenix 21, New York 18 Tech nical Phoenix, lone defense. A 1 1,047. LOS ANGELES (127): Chones $ 0-0 10; Wilkes 8 1-7 17, Jabbar 11 7 8 79, Nixon 10 7 8 27. Johnson 10 4-4 24, Cooper 3 0-0 6. Ford 4 0-0 8. Haywood 2 2-7 6, Byrnes 0 0-0 0; Totals S3 2) 24 177 SAN ANTONIO (171): Kenon 15 6-6 36; Oiber rvg 5 tl-2 1 1; Pau.tr A 1-2 13; Evans 3 0-0 6, SHas 12 4 4 78 Restart, l 0-0 3. Kitten I 0-0 2, Gate 1-7 16, GiMi(W2-2 6.Jotals 52 15-18 121. Los Angeles 35 32 30 30177 San Antonio 32 31 24 34121 Three point goals Restani, Gale Fouled out fcvam Total touts Los Angeles, 22, San Antorno 26. A 12.731. BOSTON ( 1 18): Bird 7 4-4 18 Maxwel 3 10- 14 16 Cowens 7 12 15. Ford 4 0-0 10, Archibald 7 5 7 19, Cerr 9 2 3 22, Judkms 1 0-0 2, Robey 7 7 2 16, Henderson 0 0-0 0, Chartey 0 0-0 0-Totals 45 74 32 118 DETROIT (114): Evans 3 0-0 6, McAdoo 14 11 79. Lanier 9 5-6 73, Long 12 8 9 32, Hamilton 42-6 10. Deurod3 0-0 6, Tyler 30-0 6, Hubbard 0 2-4 2. Totals 48 18 27 114 Boston 20 23 27 34 14118 30 28 27 19 10114 Detroit Fouted out Archibald, McAdoo. Total touts Boston 26, Detroit 26. Three-point goals Ford (2), Cerr (2). Technical Visions coacn Aduoaio, t-itcn. a 1 ijv SAN DIEGO (112): Wicks 6 0-7 12. B Smith 4 0-0 9, Nater 9 0-0 IS, Taylor 10 0-0 70. Free 14 u-u 19, Matovic I 0-0 1, WiHtams 4 2-3 10. Bryant 6 1-2 13. Totals 54 3-7 117. CLEVELAND 11S): Mitchell 10 4 5 24 Rim Hi 8 4-5 20, Robisch 6 6-6 18, R. Smith 8 1-1 1, walker 4 2-3 10, K Car r 4 0-2 8, A.Carr 7 2-2 16, Lambert 1 0-0 2, TatumOO-0 0 Totals 48 19-24 115 San Diego 37 31 20 7411? Cleveland 37 22 26 30 I IS Three point ooals B Smith Fouled out None Total fouls San Diego 26, Cleveland if. lecrwucai RusseH. A 7,155. College LATE MONDAY'S RESULTS EAST Albright 83. MuMenber g 68 Aidersort-Broaddus 99, Waynesburg 90 Allegheny 63, Queens I N Y ) 40 Bioormburg 70 Mansfield 65 Branded 63 Bates 67 Bryant 62, Barring'on 48 Buffalo St 93, Houghton 63 Canisius 113, Mercy hurst 84 Concord 59, W Va Wesleyan 58 Delaware St 78, West Chester 72 Frank a. Marsh 90, Eltrabethtown 57 Hamilton 81, Naiarefh 56 Indiana ( Pa ) 83, Alliance 63 King s 107, Del VaHey 94 Marist 96, Harfwirk 17 Maryland 56, Perm St 55 Marshall 65. Morehead St. 64 St Vincent 87, LaRoche 82 (3ot) St Francis 80, Trenton St. 64 Souther n Corm 92, Baruch 70 St Bonaventure 77, Ohio U 64 St Joseph's (Pa ) 58, Loyola (Md.) 46 Shtppentiburg 81, A Hen town 75 Susquehanna S3, Castieton 1 Vt.) 79 SOUTH Alcorn St 108, N C A8.T 86 Auburn 0, Texas Wesieyan 51 Charleston 77, Cstl Crkna 65 Davidson 74, VMI 73 Erskine 93, C. Wesley an 67 EvansviHe 68. Austin Peay AS Furman 88 RoMins 73 Georgia 127, Whittwr 67 Glen v. He 68, Charleston 56 Guilford 41, Gardner-Webb 40 James Madison 80, George Mason 6 J C Smith 88. Brbr-Scotia 75 Lasaile 87, Alabama 80 Long wood 91, $t Paul's 85 LSU 104 New Orleans 78 Mars Hilt 75, Elon63 Md -E Shore 91, Bowie St 61 Mercer 90, Baptist 67 Mississippi 87, Term Tech 67 N Carolina 93, S Florida 6? NC Central 93 Ehl City 90 Okla Chrstn 90, Memphis St 76 Pfeifter 55, All Chrstn 54 lot) Presbyterian 83, Limestone 63 Radford 85, Lincoln Memorial 69 Richmond 137. Bluetielo oV Roanoke 77, Washington & Lee 67 south Laroiina fv, s l st Towson St 64, N C -Wilmington 62 Trevecca 94. Oglethorpe 81 Troy St 98, Berry 79 Virginia 76, Randolph-Macon 55 Wheeling 64, Fairmont 62 wm & Mary 68, Christopher Newport 50 W. Carey 62, MiHsaps 54 MIDWEST Central Mo St 95, Colo. Mine 77 Detroit 79 Nevada-Reno 69 E Michigan 53. Cleveland St. 52 Ferris St 72, Alma 65 Heidelberg 80, Rio Grande 60 Hillsdale 97 Kalamazoo 57 Indiana Central 77, Ottvet 73 W-noiS St 66, W Kentucky 65 Iowa 1 13, Colorado St 66 John Carrot) 67, Wilberforce 56 Kansas St 72, Portland St 57 Lincoln 78. Fik 68 Marymount 88, Wm Jewed 66 Michigan 96, Cent Michigan 78 Morns 55, St John s 44 Minnesota 65. Fresno St 49 Mn St Louis 77, Northern Ky 71 Nebraska 87, E Washington 68 No Park 101, No Central 67 N Michigan 76, Ripon 66 Northwestern 58, N Minois 5? Notre Dame 87, Iowa St 77 NW Mo St 84, Park to 54 Purdue 83, Butler 60 So llknots 94, Valparaiso 86 Siena Hts 83, Northwood 73 Toledo 84, Massachusetts 74 Vincennes 85, Wabash Valley 74 W. Michigan 112, Lk Super St 64 Wright Sf. 93, CamphfiKvilie 79 SOUTHWEST Arizona SI 78, Houston 65 Arkansas 65, Centenary 53 Arkansas Coll 66, C Arkansas 55 Hendrix 89. College of the OiarkS 75 Henderson 84, Harding 67 New Mexico St 73, Angekj St 67 Oklahoma 87, Loyola Marymount 81 Oral Roberts 75, Kansas 7? SMU 173, Texas i.utneran 91 Tex -Arlington 81. Rice 80 Texas-fcl Paso 81, Baylor 64 Texas Tech 111, South Dakota St. 75 WEST Air Force 44, Montana 43 Anona 77 Sn Jose St 70 Puget Sound 85, ( hapman 70 CooraJo 83, fc Monana 63 Fort Lewis Col 78. ( hadron St. 76 F-jflerton St 84, Portland U 80 No Montana 94, Mmot St. 77 Pepperdine 85, Idaho St 77 San Francisto St 89, Hastings, Neb. 63 Seattle Pacific 70 Gr FaHs 65 USF 98, Hawaii-Hilo 86 Washington 80, Idaho 71 Washington St 61, Wisronsin-Parkside 46 Weber St. 74, Midwestern 58 College TUESOAY'S RESULTS CAST Alfred 61, Geneseo St 60 Boston Col 11, F mt field 53 Cukjmbia 71. Manhattan 56 Corviax lur ot 7 1, New Harrtpthif a 62 Cortland 51 85, Osweyo SI 60 Dowkng 65. New Peiti 60 DtMiuetne 72, Bowling Green 47 E Naiarene 92, Curry 73 ( astern Col, Pa 99, Ny k 73 E ( onn 70, R I CoKege 68 OT Edinboro 70, Gannon 68 E Stroudsburg 58, S ronton 51 Framingham 107, Worcester SI 70 George Washington 83, Pace 74 Gordon 80, Conn Ctttege 72 Grove City 60, Thtei 46 Hob art 46, St John Fisher 44 Hofstra 66, Lehigh 57 Ithaca 80. HartwKk 55 Jersey City St 109, Stony Br 00 102 Juniata 54. Gettysburg 52 LeMoyne 61, Ithaca 60 Lock Haven 68, Trenton 49 Lowell 74. SE Mass 64 Messiah 105. Baptist file 71 New Haven 84. Brooklyn 75 Oneonta St 51, Utka 49 Pitt Johnstown 87, C ar negt Meeon 79 Rhode island 5 1, Brown 43 Rider 89 Catrioec 72 RPI S3, Clarkson 73 Rochester Tech 74, Brorkport St 53 Rutgers-Newark 76. King's Col 60 St Peter s. N J 73, Hoty Cross 62 Texas 85. Harvard 73 Tufts 80. MIT 68 Wesleyan 56, Coasl Guard 43 Yale 106, Fordham 107, 7 OT SOUTH Alabama 88, Northeastern 73 Appalachian St 75, Wot ford 63 Cent Florida 116. Florida Memorial 70 Citadel 98, S. Caro-Arken 84 E Carohna 65, Lynchburg 64 Florida 93, Biscayne 89 Greensboro 64, Coker 54 Jacksonville 75. Stetson 63 Long wood 60, Emory 8. Henry 57 Md -E Shore 64, Hampton Inst. 62 MonlevaHo 100, Talladega 66 Morgan SI 94, Va Umon 92 Murray St 106, Roosevelt 74 Norfolk St 97, Bowie St 65 N Caro -Wilmington 66, Baltimore 55 Okla Chrstn 46, Frd-Hardeman 44 Shaw 53, Ohio Dominican 49 OT Shenandoah 76. Mary Washington 70 Southwestern 89, Harris-St owe 53 Tennessee 97, St. John's, N Y 80 Tenn Wslyn 90, Tenn Temple 73 Tuskegee 79, Morns Brown 74 VendertMit 110, Tex. Wesleyan 85 Wake Forest 88, Pennsylvania 58 W Carolina 107, Carson-Newman 78 W. Maryland 95, Bndgewater 88 MIDWEST AKxan 98. Indiana-Purdue 44 Anderson 67, Taylor 66 Central Mo 97. Emporia St 83 Creighton 97, Nebraska-Omaha 72 Demson 78, Wash 8. Jeff. 70 4 Drake 117, Mo -Kansas City 93 E m 82, St Joseph s ilnd) 69 Eureka 63, MtUikin 45 Grace 64, Goshen 63 1 Greenville 85, ( oncordia-St. Louis 66 Hanover 7 1, DePauQ 69 Huntington 56. tad-Tech 54 IN Inst Tech 75, Rockford 68 Kan Newman 80. Fort Hayes St 67 Kent St 12, Niagara 65 Liberty Baptist 104. Mt Union 81 Lores 76, Luther 66 Mac Murray 97, Monmouth 68 Marion 80, Indiana U East 74, OT Marquette 57, Fresno St. 54 Missouri 67, Illinois 66 Rose-Huknan 79 Biackburn 64 Rockhurif 79. Mo. Southern 66 SE Missouri St 68, M College S3 Southwestern 107, Friends 78 Southwest Baptist 78, Fvanget 68 Spring Arbor 77, Concurd-a Lutheran 74 1 arkio i, Neo westevan aa Upper lowa 73, lowe Wesieyan 67 Wtttenburg 87. Urbana 63 Xavier 95, Thomas Moore 69 SOUTHWEST Central St 75, Bethany Narrene 64 Lubbock Chstn 84. Sci 1 Art (Okla ) 71 NE Okla 76. Philips 70 Tulsa 89, Oklahoma St 86 WEST Mesa College 75, Santa Fe 73 Wabash 81, Ear m am 60 Tournaments Susquehanna Tourney Third Placo Queens 51, Castieton St 29 College schedule TODAY'S GAMES Doubieheader at Philadelphia, Palestra Vilianova vs. St. Bona venture and Temple vs. Virginia. si t-rancis, pa. at Syracuse Robert Morris at Pitt Long island at Drexei Muhlenberg at Kenn stare. Notre Dame at Northwestern. Missouri- Kansas City at Iowa Slale Colorado at Air Force Oklahoma City at Kansas State Brao tey at Chicago Loyola Roosevelt at Southern wnois. Tenn -Chattanooga at Louis vttte Lewis at Sf Louis. Michigan at Toledo North Dakota at Minnesota Wisconsin at DePad. Southeast Louisiana at Purdue Miami. Onto at Day tun lubenviHe at Cievead state. Maryland vs Georgetown at Capital Cen tre Princeton at D;ike. L SU at Tuiane, Super-dome. Mississippi at Auburn. Ala - Birmingham at New Orleans S W Louisiana at Southern U. West Virginia at Wm-Mary c state ai it utadet Pembroke at East ennessee Presbyterian at Western Carolina South Carolina at Clemson Virginia Slate at Old Do minion. Kansas at Southern Methodist New Mexi co State at Baylor. Danas Baptist at Pan American. Washington State at Goniaga. Montana at San Jose State. North Dakota State at Montana Slate Tex. Arlington at Houston Baptist. Missouri-St. Louis at Arkan- High school boys TUESDAY'S RESULTS Lakewood 75, Dixie Holms 67 St Petersburg 68 Pinedas Park 63 Clearwater 83. Largo 56 Boca Ciega 45, Northeast 39 Dunedin 86, Gibbs 68 Canterbury 53, Oneco 38 Tarpon Springs 6), Hudson 43 Zephyr hiM. 69, Hernando 56 Crystal River 66, Gulf 63 Lake Weir 77, Inverness Citrus 55 TODAY'S GAME Countryside at St. Petersburg High school girls TUESDAY'S RESULTS Shorecrest 32, Oneco Ccimmtinity Christian 70 St Petersburg Lhrntian 36, Tampa Prep 20 Hernando 4?. Zephyrhils 37 Cyrstai River 47, Gulf 25 Hudson 64 Tarpon Springs 40 WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Bo.e C ega at Clearwater Central Catholic St. Petersburg at Countryside Tuesday's event DETROIT PISTONS: Named Richie Adub-ato head coach. Aduuato had been assistant lo Dick Vital. DETROIT PISTONS Placed Gregory Keiser, forward, on the injured reserve list; activated Terry Deurod, guard GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS - Reacti vated Phil Smith and waived rookies John Coughran. forward and guard Bubba Wilson. HOUSTON ROCKETS Center AAoses Malone has been named the NBA player of the month tor Nnvernbor. NEW JERSEY NETS Waived 7 im Basset t, forward NEW YORK KNICKS Traded Jim Cleamons, guard, to the Washington Bukets for future considerations; activated guard Earl Monroe from tiie iniureo reserve 11st. SAN DIEGO CLIPPFRS Announced they have returned center But Walton to the active roster and waived lerome whitehead. NEW ORLEANS PRIOE IWBL) Signed Katrine Anorson, center. LOYOLA ILLINOIS Announced the res-ignnfionof Jerry Lyne head basketbal coach, at the end ot the current season. Three-Quarter Century AT NORTH SHORE PARK TUESDAY'S RESULTS Kids abrh Kubs ab r h Burma cf 40 1 Kerkesc 300 Heftern 7b 4 0 1 Morm It 4 2 2 Butler 3b 4 I 2 Borgeionrf 4 2 2 R Uhier ss 3 11 Urda 7b 4 0 3 Walsh lb 3 0 0 Venseret lb 4 17 Bellis If 3 0 2 Bwnhard St 4 0 1 Starey p 3 0 0 Hntt lb 3 0 1 Gollordrc 3 I 1 thurrhil rc 3 1 1 Bakeweac 100 Giaclney If 327 S Uhler rt 3 0 0 Kuster p 302 Unger c 2 0 2 Mundy c 10 0 Totall 13 111 Peeves 7b 100 Tetalt 34 9 14 Kids 114 Ml 4 J 11 1 Kubs 104 411 -4 It 1 7B Kusler, Giadney. Borgeson. 38 Butler HR --Gosford Borgeson NCJTE T he Kids and hubs oly on Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday in North Shore Park at I 4S p m No admission charge. JCPenney Classic AT BARDMOOR C C. TODAY'S PAIRINGS Two groups of 75 teams apiei wi8 begin play at 7 10 a m. end 12 30 p m Wednesday in the 1 10 0U0 pro-amateur prelude 10 trie sauu,- I00O X Penney Classic at Bardmoor Country ( tub. Listed by the number of H note at which they begin play Wednesday ar five-member teams composed of two pros (on man, on woman) kited m capital letters and ther three amateur partners On tees whtch have more than one team Hsted, those with an " tee ott second. 7 30 a m. teaoff 1 A NOV BEAN SALLY LITTLE. I Ind MrEwen, W P Rrsop V . Rick Vmar atos la CDRTIS SlRANGt-NAN Y LUKfci, Irwin Miker. Ben Kraus, George Marian! Jr. 7 J C SNE AD-PENNY PULZ. Lee Net tles, Jerome Boots, John Andrews. 3 CALVIN PFETE BEVERLY KLASS, J. I Mil ton Newton, Norman Hue. Wam Grubb 4 REX CALDWELL-K ATHY A HERN, Ron Petrml. Ron ShHmaa Wam Axetrod i LINOY MILLER-JAN STEPHENSON, Scan Bowler, Roy Workman. W P Resop 8 6 CRAIG STAPLbKLUKI OAKUAIC Raymond Sobota, Frank Shannon 1 DAVE EICHELBt-WGFR MURl E BHFER, Joseph Casper, Stephen Hugh- YV. Don Carr. 7 - LEONARD THOMPSON-JOYCE KA7MIERSKI, Wely Howard, Wilkam Gamb-rel, John Ho 8 DAVE STOCK TON-DONNA CAPOf YOUNG. WeitonLueck, James Borne It, Dar- rel Wild. 8a JIM SIMONS-DEBBIE MASSEY, Paul Clark, Bil James, Doug McSwam 9 L ANN Y WADKINS WAKLtNt FLOYD, John Kenney, Tom McEwoa Nick Gramere 10 TOM KITF BETH DANIEL, B Wat- Sun, Hubert MtiPl. Bir Mils 10a JOHN M AH AF Ft Y-DEBBIE I AUSTIN, Jo Gard, Charles Gaaoway, Jim Smith. M'KE SOUCHAK-K ATHt WHIT- WORTK Arthur Bishop, Don Woms, Wit-I lard Parkes 17 GRIER JONES SHELLEY HAMLIN, Rick Brown, Lou Dunn. Robert Shoat. Wa BOB BYMAN-JANET COi.ES, Don Schultt, J H Terrel Marc Chen. 13 - GARDNER DICKINSON SANDRA SPUZFCH, T aibot Boudreau, BUy Grit tin. Spen cer Cohen. 14 JOE INMAN DOT GERMAIN, Dar Robart.B B Slaughter. Pan Ston. UHfJY ljlLBl-KI-VK.HI rtKLHJW, Arthur Weaver Red Geno. Frank Chirkmian. Ift jtAA DFNT-PA f MEYERS, Bm Pars low, Robert Welch, Cal Black stone. 16a BOBBY NIC HOt S MAR Y DWYER, Stan Musiaf, Tom Ricketson, Thomas Ashley 17 BOBBY WADKINS-JOANN W A SHAM, Lurs Rodriguez, John McMichen, Jamas Pidcock. IS BILL KRATZERT-SANORA POST, Deivin Miller, Spud Clements, Ross Parker , MIKE HILL-VIVIAN BROWNt.EE, Richard Shock ley, Bil Adams, Dan Roster owskl. 12.30 p m feeoff 1 I ON HlNKLE PAT BRACH-EY, Glen l Camobell. J O Stone. Oscar Hunter. la LEE TRE VINO-JO ANNE C ARNER, 1 Rep Thomas "Tip' O Ne, Waiter Kiebach, Tom Jewel 2 JERRY MCGFE CATHY THOMPSON, 1 Mark Kroger, Corneiia Corbetf, Ted Hands J Mil LtM BAKHtM a ANUf A CALM ER, Joe Piikmgton, Richard t ssman, James stem. LEE ELDER JUDY CLARK, Joe Bryan. Don Kir by George Kottch. S JULIUS BOROS-MICKEY WRIGHT, Marty Russo, John Woodworth, Robert Mutn. 6 LARRY ZIEGLER SOF BFRNING, Hugh Parfter, Jim Oowdte Pete Roacfl 6a MARK McLUMHtK-SUblfr. MCALLIV TER, Bob Cromwel. Lee Scott. Bit) Harmon 7 ALAN TAPIE-SU6 ROBERTS, Fred Sattes, Silvio Polo. Don Wonley. 8 PETER JACOBSfcN LAURA BAUGH, Nathante) Crosby Eugene Oumn, Lon Varnel. 8a GIL MORGAN-MARL ENE HAGGfc. Henry Toland, John Nelson, Harry Shaw. 9 TOM PUHT (cR-JANc BLALuck George Steinbrenrvw , Harry Forenand, Jack Whitaker. 10 JERRY PATE HOLLIS STACY, Jim Waiter, KendaH Baker, Jack Lake. 10a BEN CRbNSHA W-JUDY RANK IN, Rlcriard Turner, John Ri( ketson, Dave Carlev DON JANUARY -SANDRA HAYNIE, Robert Moore, Arthur Srott, Ben Friedman. 12 CHI CHI ROORIGUE7-LYNN ADAMS, Rico Bowers, Bi Roberts, Bob Snibbe. l?a BUDDY GARDNER DEBBIE MEiSTERLIN, Dave Wakely, Alan Henry, Don Crane. 13 JOHN FOUGHT -DONNA WHITE. Ralph Ghtoto, William Vinmng, R ibert Inger 14 FRANK BE ARD-BFTSY KING, Roy Potvin, J T McVulen. Curtis Scnulti. 15 ROD CURL JERILYN BRITZ, David Davis, BiB Zemp, James Keky. VICTOR REG AL ADO BONNiE LAUFR, Raipn Tucker, James McCak, PrnHip Vineyard. lea WAYNE LEVI-OALE LUNDCHJIST, Merle Dixon Robert Michel, Roger Adams 17 DOW FINS TER ALD MAR V HE A PORTER, Brad Hasty, Sam Carter, Charles Cottms- 18-ALGE1PERGFR AMY AlCOTT,Rob- ert White, John C Bailey, Carl Jackson 18a JIM COLBf RT-SK- VIA BERTOL ACflNI. Donald GokJsfein, Georg Jenkins, Pete Dawson. TICKET INFORMATION Today (pro-am) 510 Thursday and Friday (first two rounds) 58, Saturday and Sunday (final two rounds) S10 Season bang (entire tournament) -126, Season badge with clubhouse privileges S4i 0 Clubhouse package (four season badges and parking pnviliges for each badge) 1 145 60 t-xecutive package (tour season badges with parking privileges for each badge and 40 daily special tickets) S4I6 Suncoast Package (eight season badges wth parking privileges (or each badge) and tog natiy special tickets iwii) A vailahte at al area X Penney stores. Bay- front Medical Center (St. Petersburg), St. Anthony's Hospital iSt Petersburg). Morton Plant Hospital (Clearwater ),Sf Joseph's Hospital ( Tampa), Sun Coast Osteopathic Hospi tal. Metrupohlan General Hospital, Buys Club of Lakeland, Boys' Ckibs of Manatee County. FIELD Miller Barber Sandra Palmer Andy Bean-Sally Little Julius Buros-Mickey Wright Bob Byman- Janet Coles Rex Caldwel-Kattiy Ahern Colbert-Silvia Bertolaccmi Ben Creishaw-Judy Rankin Rod Curl-Jenlyn Bnti im! fient Pat Meyers Ei ad Bryant-Judy Clark John hought-Donna White Ai Geiberger-Amy Akott Gibttv Gubert-Vit ki Fergort Mike HiH Vivian Brnwnlee t on Hinkte-Pat Bradley Joe inman-Dot Gerniain Don January-Sandra Hayoie (i ier Jones-Shelly Hamlin Tom Kite Beth Darnel BU Kratrert-Sartdra Post Mark MrCumber-SuSie McAllister Jerry MrOee-Cathy Trtornpson Jrrry Pte-Hollis Sfary Calvin Peste-Beverly Klass Tom Purtier-Jane Biakn k Dove Stock ton-Donna Young Curtis Strange-Nancv Lopei Aian Tnpie-Sue Roberts Lee Trevino JoAnne Carner Bobby Wadkms JoAnn Washam Larry i!iegler-Sue tier rang Lindv MiUer-Jan Stephenson Gil Morijan-Martene H&fje Buddy Gardner -Oebtve Meisterlem f fat Beard-Betsy Kmg Mike SoiKhal- -Kafhy Whit worth J. C Sneod-Penny pufi Jim Simons Qet-bie Massey Chi Chi RndrQ.jei-Lynn Adams Dow Fins'erwaid-Mary Bea Porter Gardner Dickinson-Sandra Sputch Dave Etchelberger-Murle Ber Pfter Jacobsen-Laura Baugh wavne l evi-uaie l unoouist Bobby Nichols-Mai y Dwyer Vntor Regalado-apnnie La jot Craig Stadier-Lori Garbai.i Leonard Thompson-Joyce Kaimierski Laciny Wadkms Marlene Floyd Monday's events CHICAGO WHITE SOX Traded Bel Nahorodney. c atelier, lo the Atlanta Br aval i :harie nr Rick Widen pitclirir. KANSAS CITY ROYALS Sgned SI4V Bratvi oiiH.r4(lr tc a una year contract MONTREAL EXPOS Signed F-red Nor man, o'irhiir, lo a thr-?e year i onlrert PACIFIC COAST LEAGUE Rehired Pat McKiernan teje president Tuesday's events Cleveland Indians Named Mel Queen and Fred Gladding minor league Cf.a, net LOS ANGEl ES OODGFRS Signed Jay Johnstone, outfielder, to a two-year contract. NHL CAMPBBLL CONPCRINCI Patrick Olvltlan W L T Pit OP OA PNtadamNa 17 I 4 41 104 7S Allanla II 10 1 75 44 74 NY Ranqar4 10 13 1 23 It 103 NYlUandar 7 17 4 II II 47 Wailmjlon S 17 i IS 74 104 Imytha Olvltlan Vancouvar II 4 4 7 17 74 Chicago 1 4 7 73 41 44 W,Pg I 14 4 70 44 44 SI Louit t IS 4 70 74 44 Colorado 7 14 3 17 75 47 Edmonton 5 17 4 14 74 101 WALIS COHFERIHCB Adamt Dlvltlan Butlalo ' Botton Mmnetota Toronto OuatMC AAontraal Lot Angalat Plttlburgh Hartford Detroit 14 4 3 35 45 44 15 4 4 34 41 71 10 4 7 77 44 44 11 10 3 25 49 40 t 14 4 20 74 44 Narrlt Dlvltlan 14 4 4 34 44 74 12-1 S 24 110 44 10 I 4 24 (7 40 1(1 74 II 74 7 10 5 14 70 74 MONDAY'S RESULTS Montreal 3, Nf w York Rangart 3. tia TUESDAY'S RESULTS Harllord 3, WaUvngton 3. lie Vancouvar 5, N,w York Itlandart I Botton 2, Phllarlr-lprua 7, lla Lot Anoeiet 4. Atlanta 2 Colorado 3. Ooobac 1 Winnipeg 4, St Lotitt 7 TODAY'S GAMES Chicago 41 New York Hangert, 7 35 p.m. Vancouver at Plttlburgh, 7:35 p.m. vYinmpeg at Detroit, 7 35 pm. Montreal at Toronto, 1 05 pm Atlanta at Buffalo. 1 05 p m. Edmonton at Minnetota. 1:35 pm Tuesday's NHL summaries , Vancouver NY Itlandart 1 J I S a i oi I Vancouver, Vaiva 4 (Lever). 2. Vancouver. Giht 7 iGracfcn, Ltndoren). 3. Vancouver, Smyl 10 (Gradin). 4. Vancouver, Derlago S IAihlc.nl 5 New York, Marnt I (Sutter, Bourne). 4 Vancouver, Baght 10 lunat&itted). Shotl on goal Vancouvar 14 4 5 31 NY rilandert 10-10-1030. Goebet Vancouver, H anion NY Itlandart, Smth. A 14,490 Hartlerd I I 11 Wathlngton 21 0 J 1 Hertford. G Howe 10 (Rogers). 7 vvath-Inglon, Walter 4 (Theber ge) 3 Washington. Tremolav 1 (Walter). 4 Wastvngton, PoM I (Gartner, Walter). S Hartfoed, Douglass 7 Stoughton, K eon) 4 Harllord. Alkton 7 (Kog-4rs. M Howe). Shots on goal Hartford 10-17-577 Washington 1-10-4 24 Goaliat Hartford, Garrett Washmgffr,-,, 4rst. A 4,944. Colorado Quebec 0 3 01 10 01 1. Quebec, Tardlt 7 (Ftorek.Hitlop) 2 Colorado, Sneehan 1 (Kitchen). 3. Colorado, Ramage 3 (Berry). 4. Colorado, Robert II ( R amaue, Paiement ) . Goalies Color ado, McKeruie; Ouebec, Hogosta Snots on goal Colorado 17-7-625. Oueoac 4-10-5 24 A 10.749. Lot Angeles Atlanta 07 1, Lol Angeit, Taylor II (Dionne). 2, Lot Angeiel, Dionne 71 (Taylor, Halward). 3, Lot Angetel, Simmer 77 (Halward, Taylor). 4, Atlanta. Chouinard 4 (Million, MacMitan). 5, Los Angeles, Murphy 9 (Palmer. Jensan). 6. Atlanta, MarM.llan 4 (Nilssonl. 7. Los Angeles. Hopkins 4 (Gibhs). I. Lot Angeles, Taylor 19 (Halward, Goring). Shots on goal Lot Angeles 12-15-734. Atlanta 5-15-1 71. Goaliet Los Angeiel, Grehama. Atlanta, Riggin. A-1.790 Boston I I ' Philadelphia I Botton, Bourgue S (RateUe). 2 Bolton, Smith 4 iMarcotle. MacTaviihl. 4 PhilaOel-pla. Learh 14 (Clarke, Oupont). 4. Philadelphia, Holmgren 10 (Watson, Leach). Shotl on goal Bolton 6-3-514 Phlladel-pnia 19-10-9 .11. Goaliet Boston, Cheevers. Philadelphia. Myre A 17,077. Winnipeg St. Louis 1 J I, Winnipeg. Hull 4 J. Winnipeg, Slamler 6 (Drown. Graven. 3, Winnipeg, Suauvin 13 (Lmdtlrom, Norwich). 4, Winnipeg, Suaivan 14 (Hull, Norwich! 12:12 5, St Louis. Babych 9 (Zuke, LaPointe). 6, St Lomi 9 (Suiter, Komadoiki). Sholl on goal Winnipeg 16-4-722 St Louis 7-11-4 11 Goauat Winnipeg. Hamef St Louit, Liut, Staniowski A 1, 143. Tuesday's events NEW YORK RANGERS Assigned uoug oeiaert. goanenoer. to New Haven of the American Ho. hey League ST LAWRENCE UNIVERSITY Announced 'he resignation of Leon Abbott, head hockey coach, named Dale Henwood interim head hockey coach. BOSTON BRUINS Recalled Tom Son-gin, forward, and Craig McTavish, center, from Bmghamton of the American Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS Placed RK-k Ley, delenseman, from Springfield ot the American Hockey League. Tampa results NIGHT FIRST RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr D- Just Nile (7 ) 4.00 3 00 2 40 Hi Carry (I) 1 40 3 20 Queen Jonei (4) 340 JJi,miela ( 1-7) 14 70 T 31 40 SECOND RACE 5. 16 Mike, Gr K's Cleaver 141 1340 50 4 70 Nite Slrult ( I) 4.J0 3.60 Copy kitten (7) 6.40 Qianwfa (1-41 3700 T 31 54. Tntecla (4 1-2) 451 40. Box and Wheel 225 70 Daily Double (1-4) 33 60. THIRD RACE-5, 16 Mile, Gr D: Rartn To Run (7) 9 10 3.40 3 00 This Way 14) 400 3 70 Mlneoia Lil liU ( I ) 4 00 Omniela (4-7) 13 20 T 31.83. Trtfecta (7-4-1) 197 70. Boy and Wheel 98 60. FOURTH RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr.'i: Bob's Oally (71 16.20 3 00 2 60 K'sPoco 20 240 r-irm III 340 Oumieia (4-7) 1170 T 31.41 Tritecta (7 41) lB 70. Bok and Whctfl 99.10. f-l(- THRACE-3IMik. Gr D Swopt Away (31 15 40 7 80 5 00 Black Jack PM (7) 80 3 60 Gallant Move 1 5 1 3,00 Uumiele (3-7) 75 70 T -3143 Tritecta (3 7 51 53 80 Box and Wal 24 1 90 SIXTH RACE 514 Mile, Gr S: Bo Duke (4) 140 4 80 4 40 Early Snow (1) $00 330 K's Flakette (5) 300 Qulniela (1-4 ) 34 80 T 31 47. Tr.tecta (61-5) 154 20 Box and Wnee! 77.10 SEVENTH RACE 5 14 Mile. Gr S Hoddle(7l 2040 100 160 Bucket Fu4 Of (6) 100 4 00 Bimken (8) 7 40 Qumiela (4 7 ) 35 40 T 31 47. Tritecta (7-6-4) 116 00 Box and Wheel 364 00 EIGHTH RACE 3,1 Mile, Gr. T: Genoia(2) 31.00 50 40 Honey Scott ( 1 ) 3,00 2 40 Bonded Lady (7) 420 Quiniela ( 1-2 ) 26 20. T 38,45, Tritecta (7 1-7 ) 847 00. Box and Wheel 423 50 NINTH RACE Si 14 MHa, Gr A: K'S Queen Bee (2 ) 30 3 00 2 40 Marie Ann (3 ) 5.40 3 0 Wright Free (4) 440 Omniele(7 3) 1170 T 30 48, Trifecta (7-1-4) 15 80. Box and Wheel 8? 90. TFNTH RACE 5. 14 Mae. Gr C Sharon Pay (lay (71 74 40 17 70 4 0 Gallant Emma (3) 140 7 00 Prevalence 151 4 60 Qiimiela 17 4 ) 41 80 T 11.71. Trifecta (2-4 5) 7S7 40 Box and Wheel 374 70 fcl F. VFNTH RACE 5 16 MikT. GrTi Tender Loving (5) 10.40 4 0 2 0 Wurthtt(l) 400 320 Fernme Palate O) 20 Quinifia I I S) m00T 31 47; TWFi.FTH RACE-11 Mile, Gr B R'vellll 1040 570 480 GaUant View ( I ) 2 20 3 40 Zanrig (3) 5 30 Ouniela (I I) 140 T 3141 Tritecta (8-1-3) 7480. 1 Box and Wheat 174 40 Big (Jill) ( III 496 40 Attendance 4 341. Handle -47.540. Tampa entries MATINEE 17:45 p m. FIRST RACE ii 14 Mile, Or D 1 Wright Gtnner Bob's Juggler 1 MB 1 Ryan Bank Balanca I 3 Lake Gone Hi Intent 7 4 Manilet Critter Tennis w mi SECOND RACE S16 ynaicr. O 1 Qiana Later Beam S 2 Akei Akart Carol's Wei 4 3 Bobs Jumper Boravo 7 4Uls And Or But Manatee Neva J THIRD RACE 51 Mile, Gr M: 1 Desert Storm Wright Apple S 7 Take Two Gallant Son 4 1 Angel Sings Jetsel Lady 7 4 AkJon Onie Spumonie I FOURTH RACE- 1 Each His Own J Ta 3 Whats Bonny 4 GE s Isabel 5 It Mile, Or E Free For Al S Madly I Gal ant Dean 7 He Kuchie Girl I FIFTH RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr C 1 Bob's Kick Denaica 5 2 Globe Democrat Manatee Par k y 6 1 Bob t Boiengle Tight Wad 7 4 Husker Dale i R Marvin SIXTH RACE S 16 Mile, Gr B 1 Charier Parry While 5 2 Gauntlet Bite Luck 4 3 Bob's Linda Agony Ot Defeat 7 4 Anna's Best S oop Jorias I " SEVENTH RACE S, 16 Mat, Gr. A: 1 Close Encounter Sabana 5 2 Manatee Thunder " Heart Line 6 1 At I See It Llltle Luciee 7 IBendixon Bobt Josh I EIGHTH RACE 5 16 Mile, Gr. C: 1 Jude HO't Queenia 5 2 LB's Ebony Boy 3 Baby Benz 4 Manatee Dan Laced Cotton 6 Valley Last 7 Wrlohl DatJDaJ NINTH RACE 5-16 Mile, Gr a 1 Jason Scott 2 Jersey Clara 3 K's Beware 4 Bucf s Ginn) " TENTH RACE- 1 Laurita 2 Shur Toby 1 B s Hei 4 Road Two Bob'i Tilh S Tautf't Turtle 6 Hue's Queen 7 Ltwchak 'l Chance 5 16 Mile. Gr C: Bloisom Troubles 5 Run Tally Ho I Jarwm Rick 7 Mil) Goin Nicky 8 ELEVENTH RACE 5 16 Mile. Gr O 1 WahooSal Van Dakred S 7 DG s Caprlca Baron's Pepper 6 1 Gallant Pak Wright Alco 7 4Manatee Angef C P Ringo 8 TWELFTH RACE 5 II Mat. Gr B 1 Galant Sierra H's Jonnela S 7 Upclose LB s MesAtN 6 1 B Policed Abkar M 7 4 Rol Tan Falcon vona NIGHT - 7:10 p.m. FIRST RACE 5' 14 MUa. Gr. D: 1 No Deposit Stuart S 2 Silas Garber RR's Tiger 4 3 Fayes Penny Flolena 7 4 Awsome Wonder Lotlfrrjf Rosa t SECOND RACE 5 14 Mile, Gr D: 1 While Ink J's Matador S 1 Wright Don Won RR's Champ 4 3 Carry Cap Victoria Station 7 4 Witch Wolf GailantSontcl " THIRD R ACE 5 16 M7l4, Gr. M: 1 Just Jukanna Best Shot S 2 Hehlra's Mist Last Hurrah 6 3 Dan Murphy Made it 7 4Tut Popcorn Smokin Home 8 FOURTH RACE 514 Mile! Gr, D 1 Squeegte T's Penny Sua S 2 Dave Hanlon Celeno 4 3 Two Flips Josh Most 7 4 Mountain Girt Lewchak's Dusty 8 " FIFTH RACE 3.1 MJ, Gr D IllmGone Galant Coweta S 7 Broom Dancer HO't Walt 4 3 Manasota Matt Frosty Mug 7 Robert Hater Tornado Susie I SIXTH RACE 514 Mile. Gr A T 1 Four Point Wright Craven S 2 K'S Prince Bay Vieage I 3 Tornado Squeaky Spring Liy 7 4 Ornery Dory HP's Bo Bp 8 SEVENTH RACE 3 8 Mae. Gr B 1 EHie Lou M s Fast Wheels S 2 I Bs Honey girl Bucklhot 4 3 Potaiiium JL'lPam 7 4 Balsa Manatee Chucklel I EIGHTH RACE- 1 Manasola Marc 2 I Don! Gel Mad 3 K 's Clever -5 14 Mae. Gr A Bekhamo 9 Corbin 4 Bob's Gabriel 7 First Run I 4Tryon NINTH RACE -S, 14 Mile. Gr A I Wrighl Dino 1 Gentry 3 AG Striker 4Mr Manager Bob's Sunshine S HC't Disco Lady 6 RR s Girl 7 Dr. Tenderhandt I TENTH RACE 5,' 14 M44, Or B: 1 Pro Bowler LB's Jackaroo S 2 Princess Melody Cam 4 3 Gala Jane Bob's Mist 7 4 Calendar Ga) Yellow Princestf ELEVENTH RACE 5, 14 Mile, Gr C 1 Ditco Don Raced nil S 2 Claire Me Mabel Lightly 4 3 Mandy Troubles GE's Admiral 7 4Ameret!o Wriyht Frasa 8 TWELFTH RACE 3 8 Mile, Gr Cr 1 Maire N Blue Alerts Dingut 5 2 Ba Room 5 Rural Day 4 3 HO's Dash On Unc le Bc4)ba 7 4 Laugtung Lisa Win Penny Tampa selections MATINEE 1. Bank Balance (6), Wright Ginn4r ( I), Bob t Juggler (5) 2 Bob s Jumper (3), Carort Nal (6), Bor- axo (7). 3. Drue Spumona (8), Desert Storm (1), Aldon 14). 4 Ta (2), Each His Own (I). Madly (6). 5. Tight Wad (7), R. Marvin (I), Bob's KICK (1). 6. Charter (I), Scoop Jones (I), Blta Luck (6) . 7. Close Encounter (1), Sabena (5), Little Lucille (7), I. Wright Dal Day (8), Baby Bern (3), Juckl (I). 9 Hue's Quean (7), K'l Beware (3), Taufft Turtle 141 10. Mill Gomg Nicky (8), Jarwin Rick (7), Run Tally Ho (6). 11. Baron s Pepper (6), C P Ringo (SI, Manatee Angel (4). 12. Gallant Sierra (1), LB I MesatX (4), Upclose (J). Daily Double 6-3 Best Bet: light Wad (7) in me ilh race. NIGHT 1. SilasGarbr(2).NoDeposlt(l),Lottery Rose (8). 2. CarryCap(3),Whitelnk(l),GalentSon-Ic III 3. Ben Shol (51, Smokin Home (I), Made it (7) . 4 Mountain Girl (4), Lewchak's Dusty (I), Celeno (6). S. Tornado Susie (I), Tm Gona (I), Gallant Coweta IS) 4 Four Point (1), Spring LUty (7), K's Prince (2), 7. Balsa B (4), LB's Honeygirl (2). Buckshot Bob 16). I. K's Clever (3), Tryon (4), Bob's Gabriel (7), 9. AG Striker (3), Dr. Tenderhands (8), Mr. Manager (40. 10. Bnb i Mill (7), Pro Bowler (I I, Gala Jane (3). I). Clalra Mabel (2), Wright Frase (I), Amaretto (4). 12. Rural Day (4), Laughing Lisa (4), Ba Room (2). Dally Double. 2-3. Best Bet Bob's Mist ( 7) In the 10th race Tides Today: Son rises 7 07 am, sets 5 34 p m Moon rises 7 pm, sets 8 40 am $f Peter .- twrfl Municipal Pver high tides are at 1 24 a m. ana s u p m. low tidet are at 9 21 am and 7 31 pm Thursday Sun rises 7 0 a m sets 5 35 p m. Moon rises lap m, sets 9 31 a m St Petersburg Municipal Pier ritgti tides are at 2 03 a m and S 43 pm, Low tides are at 10 OS a.m. and 17 p m. Solunar tables The Ma, or Period, the best times to fih. are shown in boldface type These begin at the times shown and last for an hour and a hafl or two hours thereafter. The Minor Periods, eoxulty as oood and shown in reouiar tvoe. are of somewhat shorter duration. Miner Maer Miner Me jer AM. PM. Today, Dec. S Thursday, Dec A a SO t 7 15 Friday, Dae 7 7 45 MN I It) Saturday. Dec. I 1:M 2:25 M 1SS 90S JH Sunday, Dec. f f 4$ SO 1 445 Marine weather Cape Sahte t Tarpon SprirKH out 50 meet: Winds oe I'ning easterly Ifi to 15 knots tortay and tonight Seat 1 to i teat. Constderabta ctotidkiest. Seawater temperature Tuesday at f?jnvnt Key t3 degrees, Tampa Bay M da-greet.

What members have found on this page

Get access to Newspapers.com

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 19,000+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Publisher Extra Newspapers

  • Exclusive licensed content from premium publishers like the Tampa Bay Times
  • Archives through last month
  • Continually updated

Try it free