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B 4 The Evening Sentinel, Carlisle, Pa., Friday, Dec. 21, 1979 TANK MciAMAILI VO YOU HAVE fVKlY OF 6lECT?0NiC GAME'S' REALISTICALLY SIMULATE NFLACTOM IMlif scoreboard sports preview Saturday, Dec 22 W resiling I'arlisle at Cumberland Valley, 1 :3llp m Gettysburg at Northern, I p.m. MIDDf ATLANTIC CONFERENCE WOMEN'S BASttTTBAlA STANDINGS Suuuiwt-si Division W-L Western Maryland i-t) Gett ysburg 0 A.bnulu 2-1 Uif KINS - ituiKin Valley y-j Kri!KI;n4 Marsiull 0-2 'I'hursfkiy 's t Allege BaskelbaJI Results tuist AJeijihi ih. Hunter 77 BnnkUn Wi. Mettger Kvers 78 .diiiKin 12:!, Alli:unv60 U!i m.iVnlerwry 101 PS rletin-nd 73, Grove OtyO N'iHh;im)I.HiKl, Pratt ; 'hariitnii t K Kentucky 67 t3ol I v., Wi-sJc-anK.lK NHith U lii.tilffi8 Alliens St j6 ik-ll.irmirH 77. ("hrstn Bms73 hiiLnt I'U Morn Brown 78 ! 'ikj'jt'Mie 7ti Sk'b4jn t7 Hi-ru:.iSi m. Minnesota 9' -'U Mit;-nii. KlontlaTS i uii.in.t St -Li. Arkansas Marsh..!! 74 ppal St tib Mn;phiSl 7". Murrav Si 71 MrKenflnp77. Kentucky WslynTfi WfxtllsSl w Sdn.Huubt.inM N K-n(LM-K . KranhlinSB ' -i "hjrUflte ) . Kurmari 76 - Cm-linaho. Auburn-Mnlgmry 64 Tt-rm SI TMustin Hf-ay 7J ".exdj Ttn-h.anrtert)ilia6ioli I ii.i-t;t- ;x N Alabama 75 'u ( rnrnn !lh Tit. James Madison iS Va si vn'fl. Bridgwater 78 Midwest 'vUjiistana H4 Minncs(rta-Moms77 Baldwin Wailae"l. WiltiertorceM Capital 1W. ItePauwK, n.'W'iii)(lM H7. Akron 65 CrfiBhlim.Si Mary's '('al i 73 Hunm 82, V;iiley('ityi Indiana St l Kvansvillefi tow.iSt 7fi. rvji Montana 73 Mu-htsaiiM .3.1lmi57 Hi fctiursl 85 N Oorg!a45 .1 DakntaSt 9fi. MayvilleSt 72 Transviv.-miaM I mi inl ftMM, A r jhl Si 115 SUosephfil .vwjthwcst AlabdirM Hirm 89. ' Jklahonu City 71 h Niuistana Can mencan77 ' ir;ti Ki-VrLsW Tulsa H4 A est r!'iHtai V.,i'Jlir:gtiin65 rwnna.M 7. U aingUtf St 74 "nnfiM 7: KrpsnuHai itu 60 ' mI orS'itreftameW HumlwidtSt 51 ti-nvir'n: MidlafCoiltKp77 .! j'-k-jm St Hi cai Bakerstield H !'"rtl ,(( MrVfseTt) A tmt'r i'' St.S Ong)fi76 NBA Standing! Kasiern Cunlerence Atlantic Division W I. prt rUtstun 2fi 7 7H8 !i:!a.JHMa Zi W fW7 N.-w Wk 15 19 441 W.-ishinKtn 111 Ifi 448 N.-wJi-rs-y i:j 3i m 'Central Division W 1. I'l l .t.n'j 2! 14 622 -r Antrim 17 16 jif fiisUy: 15 17 46a ".-irfr: 16 19 4.17 n.:ti,na 15 IK 441 :-!",n 9 265 i''.'Tn C(,nft'er,te V :it Division Vi L Pet V lw.uK 21 H W r,ifUMi', 21 15 581 ijhtait 12 23 J li-dtf. II 22 -ECt ; I ah 9 24 271 I'ai-ifir Division W I. IM Mllit- 23 10 f7 tt- Anf-ies ii It B76 s-Twcwx 21 13 618 iTwi.-irni 18 17 514 ShDhi 17 19 472 .Mlt.Mil.' II 22 m Th'jrsrtav s K e u M s Alliirta 12! U'lnnt HI1 Milwaukw 12(i Kansas City US sjiiil''j?il2Ji New York lift h r i f t , i s (James Yin AriiimHiat Huslon llislirfi.tl fhiladetpfna ItKK-niKatCbif.ijy) SrtriDit'tHiatt tah ' iti'n ! alf al I Anp'ln , ( ,)rr'y at l'tr,iand '. Yurk at vattle Saturday s (iams Krisli,d; Hl;ilphta H'McJimai WftsniniEtim ;lanl.i.il Indiana '('rotl t san Anlfinto Cii vHand at'liK aii ! Angles it f dfivw (t.ik -il hansdfit'ilv ThurJlav'sNBAhOTW ATLANTA ' IB) " Kixmdffld 8 fr7 22, Iffw 5 2-4 12. Haw- .! 4 4 in jfihnwm 12 9 0, Hill 2 115, Mi Millifi fi J J '4 KJIrns 2 fl 4 Crm 7 4 5 Id, iv;imhmiii u-ciiftini, l'p'lmi2-44 Total S. 1 'J ETROfTdM) mnitliiv , 2 4 If, MrAdon fi -V4 15. hfnii-r i:i H(( M llmillw 4 24 10, h.Jrrj 7 I ! I ... TvW 1IMI8. Armr)2(M)f Outward m 4 I T'ital)4yiJtim .'.in'a fi4 42 122 " ThfT' punt gnal .liihnwm KoiiM ml (Wh1 MrKlnv THal fwjK Atlanta lr:nni Dthnirals Dtp Iwrmt imn ? A Ml KANSASfTTYtWi ' rf,in'im- 4 14 Wiritrrun 10 5 24, Lfv 11' 4 Birtsfing ll-4 rfd IM II, K'nu.rp 122 1 4 119 King t 24 . f Knrif !'I6 f.nml'-td I ft I K Tils 41 Mn.WAlWFX'l! rfWPn , hf, 16 Mpvpt. A 1.i 15 i "a!-hfie I on 2 Mijrkmr it 15 li VVmU r. H l i r Hnifl I ? 15, Hr .fi m.tn m 14 I o-ft 2 Utttwrw-f I 14 7 ashifv1jn 2 00 4 tm.fi'. v r:. ii ti basketball VChZ i TUAT Jj KansasOly 31 22J-W9 Milwaukee 29ii:il 27 -120 Thm-pumt goal-Winters Fouled out Ixiiry Total fouls Kansas City 26. Milwaukee 22 Technical Kansas City Coach Kit .simmons. A 1U.1U8 NEW YORKdUl knitht 7 I 2 15, Meriweather 2 tMj 4, Cartwnght 16 5-6 37, R. Williams 4 4-5 12. Richardson 6 2-3 14, Demic 2 I-1 5, Glenn 7tH) 14. Huston 41 19,C"opelandltH12,S Williams 22 26 Totals 51 16-20118. SANDIGO(UB) Smith 54-4 14, Wicks 1 3-5 5, Naler 1 1 2-2 24, Tavlor71 2 17, Free 12 8-10 X. K Williams 7 12 15, Krvanl 5 S-10 19, Malovic 11HI2. Totals 49 28-35128 New York 28 30 31 29 118 San Diego 36 2b ;(7 29 - I2H Three pcunt goals-Taylor i2i Total fouls -New York 34. San Diego 16 Technicals Kree, V Williams, San Diego CuachShur A ,843 CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOC. Northern Division W L Pet GB Rochester 11 3 786 - Anchorage 8 4 667 2 Hawaii 5 6 455 4'-.. Maine 4 6 400 5 Southern Division W 1, Pet (JB Lehigh Valley 7 4 636 - Uncaster 4 6 400 2'v Pennsylvania 3 5 375 2'j lilica 2 10 .167 5'-. Thursday's Game Anchorage at Hawaii Friday's Game Anchorage at Hawaii Saturday's Games Pennsylvania at Rochester U'higti Valley alUtica Lincaster at Maine NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Plavof I Schedule 1 All Times EST ) Sunday, Dec 23 Wildcard plavoffs SYX Chicago al Philadelphia, 12 3()pm. AFC IXTiver al Houston, 4pm Saturday. Dec 29 NFC divisional playoff Imiladelphia or los Angeles at Tampa Bay, 12 :tp m AI-X"divisHial playoff Houston or Miami at San Diego. 4pm Sunday, Dec 30 AFC divisional playoff Miami or Denver at Pittsburgh, 12 JU p m NKCdivisional playoff (liicagoor Ijos Angeles at Dallas. 4pm Sunday. Jan 6 AFC and NFC championship games Jan 20 Super Bowl al Pasadena. Calif NEW YORK ' I'PI i - The 179 CPI Nalmnal h'ijittail Conference All Star team votes in parentheses) Team is elected m balloting by .'A pro foolt)all writers, four from each conference city First Team Offense Wide receivers - Harold (armuhaet, Philadelphia i35i, Ahmad Rashad. Minnesota .11: Tight end Keith Krepfle, Philadelphia 121) Tackles Stan Wallers. Ituladelphia 1 31 1 , PatDoniivan, Dallas i15i (iuards - Bob Young, St Ihus 28i, Herbert Scott. Dallas(2fii Cnu?r Tom Banks, SI Louis 1 19 1 Quarterback Roger Staubach. Dallas 1 M i Running back Hlis Anderson, St 1juis :17 1 . Waller Paylnn, Chicago 30 Kicker - Mark Mowley Washingloo 39t Defense Ends - lie Roy Selmon. Tampa Bay 34 1 . Jack YounghloNd. las Angeles M 1 Tackles - Randy Wlnte, Dallas Jtli, (TurlieJohnsfin. ItiilaoVHphia 25 Middle lineharker - Harry Carson. New Yorki;ianlsi40' ikjtside linebackers - Brad Van PHI. New York Giants 'JOi. David l-ewis. Tampa Bay I8 Comerbatks limar Pamsh. Washinglun '45i. Roger WHirli. St liwisilS' SIrong safety Ken Hwstnn, Washmgtim '2I Free salety Tom Myers. New Orleans '22i lunlpr - Dave Jennings. New York (iianLs '41i Sw)ri Team iHfens e Wide receivers - Wes Chandler, New Orleans 1 !6i , Tony Hill Dallas 1 12 1 Tight end I lenry ( Tulds, V-w ' Jrleaas 16 1 Ta'kles - Doug Kranre , li Angeles 1 131, Jerry Sispmore lliiladelpriia 1 1 1 1 (iuards Conrad DoMer, New (frleans 1 12 ) , Revie Sorry. "hicago 1 10) Center -Jim (lark. New York i!7i Quartprbark Joe Theismann, Washinglun (I3i Hunnmg hack Wtlbert Mnnlgnmery Philadriphia '19), ITuck Munrie. New OtIp-ans'9i Kicker - Tony Franklin. PtnladMphia 9 Defense Hds Carl HatrMon Philadelphia '16. Harvey Martin !JalliK't2i Tackle Urry Brnrs. Ijos Angrtff. Dav Kut'.WashingUm!9i Mtddle linebacker - Jack Reynolds Im Angeles iSi Out side linebackers Rrad Dusfk, Washinglfinl6i.MattRlair Minnesota'lh Comerbacks KiJIand I jwrmce, Atlanta 1 15 JoeUvender Washmgloni Ifti Strong wfety Gary Frrik. ( Tiiragn 14 1 Free safety (liff Hams. Dallas &, Punter Danny White Dallas' ID IhmoraMe nmlion 1 seven or more votes i (rfferur Wide receivers Drew pparvm, Dallas. James Ufton. Green Ray Tight end Paul Cotfrnan. Green Bay .limmie (ill, Tampa Ray Tackl Dennwljck.tTitragD (iuards Tom Rafferty. fallas ( enter Nme tiartrrtwrk RonJaworski fliiladeiptna BitfinmK bark Rickey Hell Tampa Bay, Tonv Dorvtl Dallas Kirfcrr Vine fWerwe Knrts None Tackles fwe Middle linrtwker Norr fSitsidPlinrtMTkrp. Jim YouncMnnd, lis Angries fill liewi fall (iinrrh-fcs Jens White Tampa Hay sjnmt! wlety Kanrty fan. PhtlarH pfna I Mve FJmenrtnrt. If AngrV y VT safety Nnton ( 'mmwHl. I K Angftes ("iriiff Nme football by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds - v n war toys. -1, r ..' - 5 .J irTss NEW YORK iCPD - National Football U-ague 1980 ofiuonenls schedule AMERJCAN CONFERENCE EAST MIAMI Home' New England, New York Jets, Buffalo, Baltimore, Cincinnati, New t)rleans, Sitn Francisco, San Diego Away New Kngland. New York Jets, Bullalo, Baltimore. PilLslmrgh, Oakland, jjh Anagles. Atlanta NEW ENGLAND Hoimv Miami. New York Jets, Buffalo. Baltimore, Cleveland, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Denver Away: Miami. New Yurk Jets, Buffalo, Baltimore. Houston. Seattle, New Orleans, San Francisco NEW YORK JETS Home; Miami. New England, Buffalo, Baltimore. Houston. Seattle, New Orleans, San Francisco Away: Miami. New Knglaitd, Buffalo, Baltinwre. Cleveland, l-os Angele Mlanta, Denver BUFFALO Home Miami, New England. New York Jets. Baltimore, Pittsburgh. Oakland, los Angeles. Atlanta Away Miami. New Kngjand. New York Jets. Baltimore, Cincinnati. New Orleans, Sar Francisco. San Diego BALTIMORE Home Miami. New England, NewyYork Jets. Baltimore, Cincinnati, New Olreans. San Francisco, San Diego Away Miami, New Kngland, New York Jets, Buffalo. Houston, Cincinnati, Kansas City. Detroit. CENTRAL PITTSBURGH Home: Houston, Cleveland, Cincinnati, Miami. Oakland, Kansas City, Chicago, Green Bay Away: Houston, Cleveland, Cincinnati. Buf lalo, Baltimore, Tampa Bay. Minnesota, San Diego HOUSTON Home Pittsburgh. Cleveland. Cincinnati, New Kngjand. Seattle. Baltimore, Tampa Bay . Minnesota Away Pittsburgh, CleveJan. Cincinnati, New York Jets. Kansas City, Chicago. Green Bay, Denver. CLEVELAND Home Pittsburgh. Houston. Cincinnati, New York Jets. Kansas City, Chicago, Green Bay, Denver Away Pittsburgh. Houston, Cincinnati, New England, Seattle. Baltimore. Tampa Bay Minnesota. CINCINNATI Home Pittsburgh. Houston, Cleveland. Buffalo, Baltimore, Tampa Bay, Minnesota. San Diego Away: Pittsburgh, Houston, Cleveland, Miami. Oakland, Kansas City. Chicago, (iatn Bay. WEST SAN DIEGO Home Denver, Seattle, Oakland. Kansas City, Buffalo, Pittsburgh, Philadelphia. New York Giants. Away: Denver, Seattle, Oakland, Kansas City, Miami. Cincinnati, Dallas, Washington DENVER Home San Diego, Seattle Oakland. Kansas City. New York Jets, Houston, Dallas. Washington Away San Diego, Seattle, Oakland. Kansas City. New Kngland, (leveland. Philadelphia, New York Giants SEATTLE Home Denver. San itiego. Oakland Kansas City. Via England, 'leu-land. Philadelphia. New YorkGamls Away San 1 Jiego. I Jenver. lakland. Kansas City. New York Jets. Houston. Dallas, Washington OAKLAND Home Denver. San Diego. Seattle. Kansas Ctty. Miami. Cincinnati. Dallas. Washington Away San Diego, Denver, Seattle. Kansas City. Buffalo. Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, New YurkGianLs KANSAS CTTY Home Denver, San Diego. Seattle, Oakland. Houston, Cincinnati, Baltimore, Detroit Away San Diego, Denver, Seattle, Oakland, Pittsburgh. Cleveland, Baltimore, St Uhiis NATIONAL ( "ONFERKNI "E EAST DAI J AS Home Philadelphia, Washington New York Giants, St Louis. San Francisco. Tampa Bay , Seattle, San Diego Away Philadelphia. Washington, New York Giants, ST lxils. Ijos .Angeles, Green Bay, Oakland Denver PMIADEIi'HIA Home Dallas. Washingbm. New York Giants St Iauis. Atlanta, Chicago, Oakland, Dpnver Away Dallas, Washington. New York Giants. St liWis. New Orleans. Mm ncvita. Seattle. San Diego WASHINGTON Horn Dallas. Philadelphia. New York Giants. St Louis. New (frleans. Minnesota. Sfaltie, San Diego Away Dallas, Philadelphia. New York Giants, St lixiis. Atlanta, (TiHago. Oakland, Itenver NEW YORK GIANTS Home Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, St liwis, l Angdes. (ireen Bay, Oakland. Denver Away Dallas, Philadelphia, Washington, St liWis, San Francisco. Tampa Bay Seattle, San Diego ST U) IS Home Dallas, Philadelphia. Washington, New York Gaitns, li Angeles. Atlanta, Del mil. Kansas City Away Dallas. Philadelphia. W ashington. New York Giants. New Orleans, San Francisco. Detroit. Baltimore jMIIMIMMMMIIMIHM6IMjj 1 A E s run I Mt rtKSUIN WHO HAS EVERYTHING . . . 2 EXCEPT A CLEAN CAR FOLLOW CHARLIE I 7, 2 Chnstmas S PICT PCDTiriPATCC uii I uLniinuHiLO t CENTRAL TAMPA BAY Home: Chicago, Minnesota, Green Bay, Detroit. New York Gianls, Los Angeles. Pittsburgh , Cleveland Away: Chicago, Minnesota, tireen Bay, Detroit, Dallas, San Francisco, Houston, Cincinnati. CHICAGO Home: Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Green Bay, Detroit, Washington. New Orleans, Houston, Cincinnati. Away: Tampa Bay, Minnesota, Green Bay, Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Cleveland MINNESOTA Home: Tampa Bay, (Ititago, (ireen Bay, Detroit, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Pittsburgh, Cleveland Away: Tampa Bay, Chicago. Green Bay. Detroit, Washington, New Orleans, Houston, Cincinnati GREEN BAY Home: Tampa Bay, Chicago, Minnesota, Detroit, Dallas, San Francisco, Houston. Cincinnati Away Tampa Bay. Chicago. Minnesota, Detroit. New York Giants, Los Angeles, Pittsburgh. Cleveland DETROIT Home: Tampa Ray, (hicago. Minnesota, (ireen Bay, New Orleans, San Francisco, St Iaus. Baltimore Away Tampa Bay, Chicago. Minnesota, Green Bay. Los Angeles, Atlanta, St IjOuis, Kansas City. WEST LOS ANGELES Home: New Orleans, Atlanta, San Krancsco, Dallas, Green Bay, Detroit, Miami, New York Jets Away: New Orleans, Atlanta, San Francisco, New York tiianls, Tampa Bay, St. Louis. New England, Buffalo NEW ORLEANS Home: Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Francisco, Philadelphia, Minnesota, St. 1-ouis, New England, Buffalo Away : Los Angeles, Atlanta, San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, Detroit, Miami. New York Jets ATLANTA Home: I -os Angeles, New Orleans. San Francisco, Washington, Chicago, Detroit. Miami, New York Jets Away: liis Angeles, New Orleans. San Francisco, Philadelphia. Minnesota. St. Dhjis. New England. Buffalo SAN FRANCISCO Home: jos Angeles. New Orleans, Atlanta. Tampa Bay, New York Giants, St. Louis. New England, Buffalo. Away: lis Angeles. New Orleans. Atlanta, Green Bay. Dallas, Detroit, Miami, New York Jets, transactions Thursday's Sport.-, Traniartions Bast-tall Seallle - Signed Willie Horton to a three-year contract Basketball IJetroil Named Herman Kull an assistant coach r'ootball New KjiKJand - Signed tree agent olfeastve guard liich Kosen. Oticago Signed defensive tackle Mike Calhoun of Notre Dame and guard Kollie Hansen of Kastem Michigan MAJOR INDOOR 90OCER LEAGUE Atlantic Division W I. Pet (IK (JA (JB Buffalo 4 0 1 KW M H - New York 4 1 HUH 41 : Phlla 1 ill Ii 2 hlLslurgh l J ll :8 40 2', Hartford I 5 IS 20 .15 4 Central Division W LPi1 F OA GB Houston 4 2 7 K 35 - Detroit 3 2 a 33 32 Heveland Z 3 Km 28 27 l'.. Wichita 2 3 4ll 17 23 I', SI liMis I 4 200 24 2' , Thursday's Results Detroil 7(leveland6 Bulfak)i), Houston 4 Saturday's fiames Heveland at Philadelphia, an St Louis at Hartlord CARUSIJi PARKS AND RECREATION Saturday 's Schedule 11pm- StapcHall VcittlAdivillcs 6 CAR WASHES PLUS 1 HOT WAX I $1 1.25 (SAVE $2.90) 1? CAR WASHES PLUS 2 HOT $ WAXES - $22.50 (SAVE $5.80) recreation V J u 400 South HonovrSt. CorliiU, Po. 1 15 I hockey NHL StaodlDgi Campbell Conference Patrick Division W L TPls. Philadelphia Kill) NY Hangers IS 14 5 35 Atlanta 13 13 4 30 NY Islanders II 13 6 28 Washington 6 21 5 17 Smythe Division W I, T Pts Vancouver 13 13 7 33 Chicago 10 II II 31' Winnipeg II 18 4 26 SI . Louis 10 17 5 25 Colorado 9 19 3 21 Kdmonlon 7 16 7 21 Wales Conference Norris Division W L TPts Monlreal 15 13 6 36 m Angeles 14 12 6 34 Pillsburgh 11 911 33 Detroit 10 13 7 27 Hartford 9 13 8 26 Adams Division W L TPIi. Buffalo 22 8 3 47 Boston 18 8 5 41 Minnesota 16 7 7 39 Toronto 14 13 4 32 Quebec 13 15 5 31 Thursday's Results Pittsburgh 1. Philadelpha I (tie) Buffalo 5, l.osAngeles3 Boston 10. Toronto 0 Friday's (James St. iHiis at Atlanta Vancouver at W ashington Chicago al Winnipeg Edmonton at Colorado Saturday's dames Philadelphia al Boston, aft. N Y. Hangers al Pillsburgh Washington al N Y. Islanders Vancouver at Montreal Bullalo al Hartford Detroil at Toronto Atlanta at SI. Louis Quebec al Minnesota Fvdmonton al Lus Angeles Thursday's NHL sums PITTSBURGH I 0-1 PHILADELPHIA to 1-1 Pirsl period--1, Pittsburgh, Slackhouse 2 iCarlyte, Sheppardi. II 35 Penalties-Clackson, Pit. 5 44: lanseman. Phi. 5:44, Propp. Itii. 9:48: Anderson, Pil. 12:34 Settmd period- None. Penalties-Wilson, Phi, 8:31: Stewart, Pit, 9 01, Clackson, Pit, 11:28. Lrach. Phi. 11:28; Kindra- chuk, Pit. 12 42 Third period 2, Philadelphia. Wilson 2 ( Ververgaert. Linsemani, 15:52) Penalties-Clackson, Pit, 7:28. Holmgren, Phi, 7:28, McAdam, Pit. minor major 14:29, MacLcish. Phi, minor major 14:29: Stewart, Pil, 15 21. Shots on goal - Pittsburgh 96-23. Philadelphia 12-7 16-35. Goalies Pittsburgh. Millcn. Philadelphia, Peelers. A-17.077 TORONTO 0 0 0-0 BOSTON 235-10 First penod-1, Boston, Smith 6 (Secord, Ralellei. 15:33 2, Boston, Kedmond 6 (Middletoni, 16 35 Penaties MctYimmon. Bos. 2:22. O'Reillv. Bos, 711; Burrows. Tor. 7 11; Miller. Bos, 11,58; Burrows, Tor, 17.00. Second penod-3, Boston. Ratelle 14 'Middlelon, Bourquei, 3 36 4, Boston, Secord 9 lO'Keilly, Redmondi. 15:19. 5. Boston. Kedmond 7 ( Miller i. 18:47. Penalties-Williams. Tor. 3:20; Williams. Tor.4:21;Bourque. Bos. 12 116 Third period -6, Boston. McNab 16 (SongWn. Bourquei. 5:22 7. Boston, McNab 17 tSecordl, 5 46 8. Boston, Wensmk 7 lunassistedi, 16:29 9. Boston. Katelle 15 iMiildlelon. Bourquei, 16:55 10. Boslon. Miller 7 tl.alonde). 19:05. Penallies -TurnlHill, Tor. 103, Foster, Bos, 13:14. ShoLs on goal -Toronto 9-3-6--18: Boston 13-13-13 HI Goalies- Toronto, Palmaleer Boslon. Cheevers A-ll.fi70 LOS ANGELES 1 1 0-4 BUFFALO 1 2 J-S First period. I. Buffalo. Selling 8 i Dudley 1.919 2. Los Angeles, Simmer 30 iTaylor, Dionnei, 12 21. 3. Los Angeles. Manerv 1 (Simmer, Goring), 16 57. Penalties - Manery. LA, 5:22; Piaylair. Bui. 15 U8 Kelly. LA. 18:55. Second prnod-4. Buffalo. Gare 18 i Dudley, Savardi, 4 22 5. Los Angeles, Dwwine 26 "Simmer, Maneryi. 12 25 6, Bullalo. Smith 13 iGare, McKegney), 12 37 Penalties Hull, Buf. 10 46 Third penod 7, Buffalo, Gare 19 i Koran. Martini. 17 14 8. Buffalo. Selling 9 lunassistedi. 19 48 Penaties Wilson, IA, major. 7 55; Piaylair, Buf, major. 7:55; Simmer, LA. 9 irr, Martin, Buf, 10 40, Manery.U, 16 51 Shots on goal los Angeles 5-5-9-19. Bullalo 12 12 16-40 Goalies- lis Angeles, Eiissard Buffalo, Sauve A 16.433 AMERICAN HOCKEY LEAGUE North W L T Pts GF GA NovaScolia 18 14 3 136 116 New Brunsw ick 18 12 2 : 1.15 112 Maine 15 8 5 35 96 78 Adirondack 12 IE 4 28 109 125 Springfield II 14 3 25 109 107 South W L T Pts (IF GA Newllaven 16 II 4 36 111 124 Hershey 15 12 I 31 98 93 Rochester 13 14 4 106 Syracuse 10 17 3 23 109 142 Hinghamlon 7 17 3 17 87 102 Thursday's Games i No games scheduled i Friday's Games Nova Scotia al Binghamton Rochester at New Haven New Brunswick al Syracuse Saturday's Games New Bninswiek al Adirondack Rochester at Hershey Nava Scotia at Maine Binghamlon al Springfield Why I can give m nomeowners insurance. Good Neighbor Service I know how o nmkf your Ihomrowncrs nsufrtnee more i lffontohlr. And I II br here to ivr you prompt, mtvk c when Kou ricpd it Comprehensive Coverage All thr irotrt tion yo oull probably f vrr nrrd home and onlcnls for vour M-1 Find out how much you may save. Call: H. DAVID MILLER, JR. 54 Wot Louth.r St., Boild Pott off Ico Phono 249-4251 or 249-7660 Bears, Eagles playing for firsi time in years By United Press International Because of a quirk in the scheduling, the Chicago Bears and Philadelphia Eagles, both NFC teams, have not played each other in four years. And when they meet on Sunday in the NFC wild-card game, only one thing will be for sure. "They're a new team to us but we're a new team to them," said Philadelphia Coach Dick Vermeil. In Philadelphia, running back Wilbert Montgomery will be leading the Eagles in the test against the Bears' ground threat, Walter Payton. In the AFC wildcard game, the Houston Oilers - led by the NFL's leading rusher. Earl Campbell will host the Denver Broncos. Vermeil said, "It's going to take a lot more discipline and concentration preparing for the game this week than it would for a Dallas or Washington teams we've played so many times." "We don't have a file on them," agreed Chicago Coach Neill Armstrong. "I haven't seen them play but a couple of times on television. They don't have a file on us. I think they are more apt to pull some surprises than we are." If Chicago wins, the Bears will meet the NFC East champion Cowboys in Dallas Dec. 30. If Philadelphia wins, the Eagles will travel to Tampa Bay Dec. 29 to meet the NFC Central champion Buccaneers. Lions get NEW YORK (UPI) -The Detroit Lions will have the first selection and three clubs Baltimore, New England and Green Bay will have two choices each in the opening round of the National Football League draft. The official order of the draft for the first round announced Thursday has Detroit selecting first, followed by San Francisco, Cincinnati, Green Bay, Baltimore and St. Louis. Atlanta picks seventh, followed by the New York Gianls, Minnesota, Buffalo, Kansas City, New Orleans and the New York Jets. New England has 14th choice followed by Cleveland, Oakland, Seattle, Los Angeles, Washington, Tampa Bay, Chicago, Miami, Denver and Philadelphia. Baltimore has the No. 25 pick, owned by Dallas, New England has Houston's pick and Green Bay owns San Diego's selection. Pittsburgh is listed as the 28th and last pick but that may change since the Super Bowl winner is dropped into the final first round slot and the Super Bowl loser into the No. 27 position no matter what their records are. The draft will be held on April 30-May 1 in New York. DETROIT and San Francisco tied at 2-14 for the worst record in the NFL but the Lions receive the first pick because their opponents' winning percentage was lower than that of the 49ers. The clubs draft in reverse order of the final you real value Newer Home Discount II your home is Irss than 7 Wars old. you may saw 2 o M Thcrtfc homeowners insurance the State Farm way. nfl Payton, who finished second to Campbell with 1,610 yards rushing, will be the main threat for the Bears, who captured the remaining wild-card spot when Dallas beat Washington last week and Chicago rolled up a 42-6 victory over St. Louis. Montgomery, on the other hand, is used to help diversify the Eagles' attack. The evasive runner gained 1,605 yards and finished as the league's fourth leading rusher. But with Ron Jaworski throwing to record-setting wide receiver Harold Carmichael and tight end Keith Krepfle, Philadelphia is bound to present a problem to the Chicago defense. MEANWHILE, the Oilers, who made it to the AFC championship game last season while suffering a rash of injuries, feel this year they are better prepared physically to turn back the Broncos. "This year we're gaining people. Last year we were losing people," said Houston Coach Bu Phillips. "We're in much better shape than we were last year." In defeating Miami and New England last year in the first two rounds of the playoffs, the Oilers lost guard George Reihner, linebacker Art Stringer and wide receivers Rich Caster first pick standings and ties are broken by giving the advantage to the team whose opponents had a poorer winning percentage. Also, if a playoff team is tied with other clubs, it drops to the bottom no matter what its record is. Baltimore received the rights to the Cowboys' first pick in a trade which sent defensive end John Dutton to Dallas; New England got Houston's first pick by trading tackle Leon Gray to the Oilers; and Green Bay acquired San Diego's first selection by shipping cor-nerback Willie Buchanon to the Chargers. Economy Package The trail is all yours on the Citation 3500. 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A Houston victory would send the Oilers to San Diego Dec. 29 to meet the AFC West champion Chargers. A Denver triumph would send the Broncos to Pittsburgh Dec. 30 for a game against the AFC Central champion Steelers. Campbell, in only his second year, amassed 1,697 yards on the ground and scored an NFL record-tying 19 touchdowns to help th? Oilers to their second straight playoff berth. However, Denver presents the league's stingiest defense, allowing an average of just 105.8 yards per game. "A lot of what Campbell does is a psychological ploy," said Denver linebacker Tom Jackson, referring to the fact that Campbell gets up ever so slowly after almost every carry. "He taunts you, he intimidates you with his courage. He uses the Jim Brown technique getting up as slow as possible. It has a tendency to lull you to sleep. "To stop him you have to come in with the same kind of attitude he does get ready to play every down." 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