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November, 1990 THE SUNDAY OKLAHOMAN Tuning In . Television NFL Noon L.A. Raiders at Kansas City. KFOR (4). Noon Dallas at New York Jets. KWTV (9). 3 p.m. Cleveland at Buffalo, KFOR (4). 7 p.m. Denver at Minnesota. TNT. Solf 2 p.m. Merrill Lynch Shootout, KOCO (5). Tennts Noon Paris Open. ESPN. 9:30 a.m. New York City Marathon. KOCO (5). Auto Racing 7:30 a.m. Formula One Grand Prix of Australia, ESPN. 2 p.m. NASCAR Winston Cup Checker 500K, ESPN. 5:30 p.m. The California Cup. ESPN. Radio NFL Noon Dallas at New York Jets, WWLS (640 AM). 3 p.m. Chicago at Tampa Bay. WWLS (640 AM). Deadly Plunge Has Audience In Suspense LONG BEACH, Calif. (AP) Larry Andrea-sen wanted to break the world high-dive record and apparently was convinced he could do it from the Vincent Thomas Bridge over the Main Channel of Los Angeles Harbor. Whether that was in his mind when he plunged off the bridge last week, no one will ever know. "It seemed to be his calling place," his mother, Dorothea Andreasen, told the Long Beach Press-Telegram on Thursday. "He could go up there and sit at ease and gaze over the water." Andreasen, 44, climbed the bridge again on Oct. 26. This time, police who had coaxed him down on other occasions weren't there to do so. He may have come to make that dive, or he may have come to stare at the sea and think. Whatever, he plunged to his death. Born in Long Beach and reared in Rossmoor, Andreasen made his first dive into the backyard pool of Olympic diving star Pat McCor-mick and her husband, Glen, a diving coach. He was the Seal Beach couple's newspaper delivery boy. "Just four years later, he was on the Olympic team and favored to win," said his father, Leo Andreasen, a 75-year-old Seal Beach resident and owner of an aerospace machine shop. Andreasen was 18 when he went to Tokyo to compete in the 1964 Olympics. He became a hero after the Japanese diver ahead of him hit the diving board. "There was blood all over the water," his father said. "Larry went in and pulled him out." Then he had to climb up to the board and do the very same dive. Even so, he earned the bronze medal and was later inducted into Japan's Good Deed Society for helping to save the other diver's life. After returning home, Andreasen married and performed in water shows at Marineland and Sea World. A few weeks before the trials, he decided to compete for a spot on the 1968 Olympic diving team. "He tried, but he hadn't worked out in all that time," his mother said. "He made the finals but not the team." Andreasen, who was divorced and had a daughter, eventually began working as a computer programmer for his father. The elder Andreasen described his son as a good-natured, : modest man whose friends didn't even know he had won an Olympic medal, Two years ago, Larry Andreasen returned to diving from the 160-foot-high Gerald Desmond Bridge in Long Beach. In an interview from his hospital bed in September 1988, he said he jumped from the bridge to set a world record. But he didn't break the record of 174 feet 8 inches, and within days of his first attempt, he climbed San Pedro's Vincent Thomas Bridge, his father said. It was a climb he would make again and again, and in April 1989 he was arrested for trespassing after police ordered him down from the 400-foot-high main tower of the 165-foot-high bridge. Last March, he was sent to Metropolitan State Hospital in Norwalk "to keep him safe," his mother said. His parents saw him the day before he walked away from the unlocked hospital ward. Although he was "kind of quiet and depressed," Dorothea Andreasen said, she had no idea he was contemplating another trip to the bridge, "No, he kept it all to himself," she said, "He's been a quiet boy all his life. He was never one to talk much." Citing patient confidentiality laws, hospital officials declined to discuss the Andreasen case. Leo Andreasen said ho was notified his son was missing at 11 p.m. Oct. 25, The next day, he began searching for him, Ho went to the bridge, then stopped by the Los Angeles Police Department's Harbor station as a "last resort,' "Thoy were in the process of picking him out oi tne water wnen i got tnero, ne stun, Polico were called about noon after someone reportedly spotted a person on the bridge said Detective Roosevelt Joseph, "They sent a unit and didn't see anyone, so thoy left. However, at 4:15 p.m., Andreasen's body was found floating in the water below. Andreasen, who was wearing street clothes, died of "traumatic Injuries," coronor's spokesman Bob Dambacher said, The death was listed as an accident. Today . . . Hon ftaelng: Noon Blue Ribbon Downi; 1 p.m. Remington Park, i w 1 LTSays Cosell Made Giant Goof, Warns of Suit New York Giants linebacker Lawrence Taylor said he may take legal action against sportscaster Howard Cosell for suggesting on a radio talk show that Taylor has cheated on NFL drug tests. "I have to speak to my lawyer and make a decision then," Taylor said. "Right now I won't accept anything less than a public apology." Cosell said Thursday that Taylor "has fresh vials of Bible Belt urine," a suggestion that Taylor might be substituting his urine with someone else's to pass the league's drug test. Under the National Football League's substance-abuse policy, athletes are required to give urine samples during random checks. Taylor has twice failed the test, and a third violation would result in him being banned from the league. Cosell was a guest Thursday on Bill Mazer's show on WFAN radio in New York City. Near the end of the 10-minute program, Mazer asked Cosell to comment on the New York Giants and Taylor. Cosell panned the Giants, criticized the NFL as an "illegal monopoly" and raised the issue of Taylor's drug testing. Good Morning New York Rangers goalie Mike Richter, after the Rangers had been outshot 396-336 in their first 12 games: "It's nice to know you're needed." "Of course, LT has fresh vials of Bible Belt urine, and how he still is being allowed to play in a duly adjudicated illegal monopoly is beyond me," Cosell said. Cosell later said his comments were made in jest. "It's a joke. Everything was a joke,' he said when reached by telephone. "Anything I said was right out of Lawrence Taylor's own book." In his book, "LT: Living On The Edge," published two years ago, Taylor acknowleged that vials of his teammates' urine were sometimes submitted as his own. NFL spokesman Joe Browne said NFL players now supply urine in full view of a medical technician, making it impossible to switch or taint samples. . ''! s 1O0C ha incaA rayior. was given a wcumiig ju ia "i positive on a substance abuse test given before the Gi-f) ants' mini-camp. In 1986, Taylor entered a drug rehabili- -tation center for cocaine abuse. Two years later, he was,-suspended for 30 days after failing a second urine test. , i; Taylor said he has been clean since 1988. "There's not much I can say, the NFL has a drug policy in place that I have adhered to on a weekly basis , for the past three years," Taylor said. "Cosell is ques-..' tioningithe credibility of that drug policy. He ought to, ' take it up with the league office, rather than with me. t ;, Today's List Most seasons appearing on NFL Monday Night Football, 1970-1990 ! 1. Raiders appeared 21 of 21 seasons. 2. Tie. Dolphins and Rams 20 of 21 seasons. ",5E 4. Tie, Cowboys and Redskins 19 of 21 : 6. Jets 18 of 21 seasons. 7 Tie Vilrines and Giants 17 of 21 seas (Tampa Bay appeared 3 of 15 seasons, Colts 8 of 21) Source: Sports Features Syndicate Sports Editor, Bob Colon, 231-3314 Scoreboard Sportsline 364-1 199 1.740. 9. 3 tied with 1.742. Par Breakers 1, Greg Norman. .219. 2, Gene Sau-ers. J18. 3. Wark O'Meara. 517. 4, Mark Calcaveccfiia, .215. 5, Bob Twav, .214. 6, Payne Stewart, .213. 7, Davis Love III, .211- 8, Tim Simpson, .210. 9, Robert Garnet .209. 10, 2 tied witti .207. 1, Paul Azlnoer, 14. 2 (He), John Adams and Phil Blackmar. 13. 4, Fred Couples, 12. 5 tle), David Frost and David Peoples, 11. 7, 9 tl Bernsttne, S.D. 61 332 SA t40 3 is. Sea. B5 332 3.9 zz 2 RECEIVING NO YDS AVG LG TO 40 571 143 t0 5 u. 39 427 10.9 35 3 33 544 14.3 (33 3 j. 38 424 11.2 31 0 316 8.8 30 0 528 16.0 t83 2 527 16.0 131 5 398 12.1 25 3 345 10.5 73 1 548 1L3 t 3 448 15.4 49 0 44. Andrea Temesvarl S90,332 47. Wlltrud Probst S89.744 48. Elise Buroln S89,341 4.JoDuile .S87.9B4 2395 50. Realm Raidii At Merv Griffin's Resorts. Atlantic City, Nl.. Ras-I Bramble. Passaic, At the Pittsburgh Civic Arena, W- Duncan, Hou. Williams, Sea. Paige, K.C AJvllller, S.D. 2635 901 1734 2274 888 1384 2513 1036 1477 2188 794 1394 2137 839 1298 2394 1104 1292 The leading money winners on the 1990 ATP Tour through Oct. 28: 1 . Stefan Edbero SI .251 ,991 2. Boris Becker. 3. Ivan Lendl.. a, 12, for Moor ed WBO lightweight title. At Atlantic City! Nl.. Francesco Damlanl, Italy, vs. Ray Mercer, Nl., for Damlanl's WBO heavyweight title; sWBC light heavyweight t Raiders 206O 811 l4f . . , tnnn Ren TT Zl: !ViiSbSnChDiSi- 395! 3, David Peoples', 394. 4, Ted Johnson, Den. 30 448 15.6 49 0 Cleveland 2129 548 1S81 4 SamprasIl-"I!Ij732,'497 At Tal MahaL Atlantic City, NJ.i aSSL SSended Oct 'g? Cnamplon Schutz, 377. 5, Gene Sauers. 372. 4, Jim PUNTING Pittsburgh 2071 825 1244 JlEIIjji,5l0 Francesco Damlanl, Italy, vs. Ray JpSS S "'SaTraUves ,Te 3 !E 5 S Yf S-IS S'KMS fX!SSSsxss& -SIR .ffi.K'A A SSS? 3 Si ffffiSS Masks'- s'g 1 g E a S -BBBB 1 ikm'toMMalT T 695 458 1. Paul Azlnoer, 142. 2. Gene Sauers, Wagner, Clev. 39 1521 58 39.0 2m 4B0 1491 S-f5KS5n S316 353 M2SRmXtt&VS 11 LannvWadklnS 473 433 213. 3, Tim Simpson, 228. 4, David Peo- KICKING Denver 2430 713 1717 SwSn S303 245 MMBSffiHSf fNIIZZIZjSn pies, 289. 5, Billy AAayfair, 291. 6, Grecj PAT FG Lg PR New England 2454 897 1557 gSHteiere-Roiflan'"'" 'S B&SS&S&m. HI 5 TornKte .11 "Zr.r.irZ 658 202 Norman, 305. 7, Ian Baker-Finch. 324. Breech, On. 23-23 14-15 46 45 jets 2847 1043 1804 1- Guille rmo Perez Koican Bl Sif " I lak-Flnch IlIZ5ll492 8. Steve Elklrnton, 352. 9Payne ;Stew- Lowery.K.C. 18-18 13-14 44 57 Indianapolis 2529 870 1659 g viSZIZZIZsImSm pMSSBBP1 lAOilpBeck S71.B16 art,372.10,MarkCalcavecchla,375. Leahy.Jets 16-14 13-14 47 55 Cincinnati 2956 911 2045 jf KrafeTrTannliZIZIISl 1 1!-,e.ve?i!i2?,on Sf' Nabisco GP Standings Norwood, Buff. 19-21 12-18 48 55 National Conference 25:PetrKorda $288,362 ?L Nick Price J..Z.ZIr.J20,777 competition based on a draft of four- frson,Pltt 14-6 10-12 46 46 Francisco 2642 616 2026 ?!' SlfSL SwiS Cache High School Indian Heritage 21BTva?.Z:-.-.: 9S 842 man PGA Tour teams representino 40 Stoyarlch, Mia. 17-17 9- 9 53 44 Mnrranasco ,839 29. Pieter Aldrlch.. JHr'J!? Oub vvlll rld a volleyball toumamerrt 24 LwenRoterts. 478,522 different Tour events. Team points ore Zendeias, Hou. 7- 2 45 41 flarta 2430 640 1790 an2 "ESP SS' Nov. 10. Entry fee S4S. Ten Players per 25 Jim Gallagher, Jr . ... 476,704 determined by the cumulative total of Staurovsky, N.E. 10-10 10-13 53 40 SiitacMDhia 2357 865 1492 31. Martin Jalte 'HS'HS team. Deadline for entry Nov. 8. Call MCoreyPaintJZZ: ZZ4M830 money earned by team members: PWNT RETURNS SrSesota 2292 824 4 32. Derrick Rosfagno "S'8" Charlie Whltehorse (405) 429-3214 or af- 27:FiZZZZZZ:l4107 l.PhoenlxOper, 1,706,415.81 NO YOS AVG LG TO iSo 1212 078 nleVlsser 4250,585 ter 429-8451. 28JohnCook 448,112 2. Honda Oasslc 1,694,23744 prce,an. 17 179 10.5 t46 1 wasWnoton 2187 310 1377 H- 9?ranrP't J?JJ'H BASKETBALL 29 Brian Tennyson .443.S08 3. USFSVGCIassIc '-f'2SS Woodson, Pitt. 20 190 9S 152 1 Sento? 2182 434 1548 ifSS?- Choctaw Junior High Schopl needs 30. John Huston .435.690 4. Buk Open 1,570,843.09 verdln, Ind. 10 92 9.2 34 0 Giants 2156 843 1313 Sf-!Jev'n urre?, fSE'sS three teams for Its basketball touma- 31. GeneSauers 374.485 5. Sazale Classic 1,550,91138 t Brown. Rdrs 13 119 9.2 39 0 SSrSt 2140 760 1380 37. Gram Connell 22S'2?f ment Jan. 17-19. Call Danlta orsteveat 32. David Frost 372.485 6. Heritage Classic 180,947.SS .' I f " . S1 2404 872 532 38.HorstSkoff JSJ'Sf 390-2207. , 31 Ben Crenshaw.-. 351.193 7. Kapalua International 1,431,058.93 Win' ,n ? ai 25 0 SSTfStofXt 2048 709 1339 39. Andrei Cherkasov H3'S1 The Central YMCA Is accepting ap- 34SteveJones 350.982 8. Bulck Classic M19.834.77 AdaTns'ev- 1? ' H ii SSSv 1 i? 1071 40. Ronald A9enor.-, J231,830 plications for men's and women's open 35 Tommy Arrrou7lJI 348.658 9. Greater Hartford Open 1,352,030.92 Martln.Mla. 21 133 6J 35 0 Phoenix 983 912 1071 AmosMansdorf .J231,076 basketball leagues to begin on Nov. 28 36 MikeD...ZZjMJ28 10. World Series of Golf 1,282,04840 McNeil, Hou. 13 1 56 4 3 10 0 Dallas 1B95 679 1214 42.1,,5,1, J230.843 (women) and Nov. 29 (men). Entry fee 37. Nick Faldo 345,262 11. The International 1,265,530.19 KICKOFF RETURNS DEFENSE 43. Todd Witsken .230I99 is 275 per team with an entry deadline 38 Jose Maria Olazabal 337,837 12. Greater Milwaukee Open NO YDS AVG LG TO Yards Rush Pass 44. Henri Leconte 1228,880 of Nov. 19. Call Lee Reynolds at 232- 39.StevePate 334.505 1,244,120.29 Woodson, Pitt. 14 375 23.4 49 0 Giants 1655 542 1113 45.Todd Woodbridoe.. I227.905 6101. , t 40 Scott Hocti J33.978 13. The Players Championship D.Smltti, Buff. 13 299 23.0 38 0 Chicago 1848 454 1192 44. Tim Mayotte . ..$227,824 The Oklahoma qty Parts andRec- 41 BVLIet7eZZIZZ...Zj29,294 1',8'Z'U R Brown. Rdrs 9 203 22.4 34 0 Philadelphia 2038 594 1442 JDarreircarUllZr---. J227.3S4 reatipr. rtmertr win tehoMlna,a 4l:KroSr.n. S S S? S o SBS- SS A SS W"-M2 SffiBSESiSS 46. Joev Slndelar 307.207 1 8. Western Open 998,680.22 r . S, i n tS ? ftAinnesota 2170 991 1179 ..I'rSlSS m rt. 5 si S C-otuerolank 303.539 19 Pebble Beach Pro-Am 989.012.80 Metcalf, Clev. 28 532 19.0 198 1 twni mil gea 1213 reatlon Department will condjict a 5- ftNoSSSSZZZIZZjf MiLaTveoasvKtlolS Overton. N.E. 10 188 18.B 23 0 Sy 2590 m 6 3 f!nJTePKlH SUSS "omi Ra &13?S 49TomPortzer 285.176 21. Bank of Boston Classic .959,389.89 Mathls, Jets 20 374 18.7 32 0 ArnBav 2345 929 1416 M -lgZt3 1 LSBwSHWHSI SEJ!H?1 iiiSt'S? Jitr LSUS 50 Kenny Perry ...Z.ZZZ....Z..279.881 22. Atlanta Classic 951,280.12 Grant, Ind. 15 280 18.7 29 0 ,BaV 55o 1133 44? IrKW Wrlolrt Hathaway Gym. alter noon at 51. Bill Brllton 278.977 23. Canadian Open 941,389.69 SCORING K 2437 848 1789 DbB :W$ u -IrStan men's basketball tourna-'' ataSlad. 27882 24Ct,rysa ,30,058 fTcwns) Anta 2 51 2136 mffl KSvfS-loTt 'rRmSi 53. Curtis Strange lll'lU. Is.' blffSVZS lil'SSSTt TD Guin Rc Rf Pft m Claremore. Entry fee lor double- 54. Ken Green 247,172 26. Kemper Open -?'!fJ2I Fenner.Sea. 8 7 1 0 48 pHWlVBf ' elimination tourney Is S100. Call 918- 55. Ray Floyd . J64.078 27. E3.C. Open... "JSAVZ Brooks, an. 7 3 4 0 42 - - M tiT 34l-7510ext.325or918-825-1682. S4.JeffSluman. .26412 28. The Colonial JS'Si'll ButhtsD 4 6 0 0 36 WPfSfffffSSM H KKnKBm. 1 BASEBALL M OhVlsPerrv - 259.108 30. Chattanooga Oasslc ...740,913.98 CtmPHl. 4 0 4 0 36 UfiyyCa Schedule 59 Morris Hatalskv 253,639 31. Tournament of Champions m Smith, Mia. i 6 0 0 36 . tSff1 60.MlkeRelCl -.. 249,148 ...754,074.50 Brown, On. 5 0 5 0 30 WRS Tm Now'! hltHn 6RoccoAAedlateZ.ZZ.IZZ240,625 33! Southern Open ...ZZZZ'..698,558.02 Ajvuiler, S.D. 5 0 5 0 30 fH Qty, N.J., Tony Thornton, Glassboro, usrnttsimoson 235.309 34. Hawaiian Open 672,162.15 white. Hmi 5 2 3 0 30 I KHRRRtlR N J, vs. Carl Sullivan, Pittsburgh, 10, Grand Slam West will sail pircning cnnic at iu a.m. on 3- cost is 115 per player, aiso, 10. Call 946-4487. ... .......216,002 68. Tom Watson ....... ..213,989 4.8cEtts 'ic 3 '.'.210,507 21035 35. Shearson Lehman Hutton470,548.37 36. St. Jude Classic 436,482.99 37. Greater Greensboro Open .574,743.99 38. Dlsnev World Oasslc .,573,764.84 39. Byron Nelson Classic Jj$0,345.d8 40. Deposll Guaranty Oasslc ..540,240.24 LPGA Money Leaders The money leaders on the 1990 LPGA Tour through the World Championship, which ended Oct. 14: 1. Beth Daniel 2. Patty Sheehan,... 3. Betsy Kino National PASSING ATT COM Slmrns, Giants 145 1 Testaverde, T.B. 142 1 Miller, AM. 219 1; Montana, S.F. Chi. 134 78 1043 4 ...23 Everett, Rams 249 136 1 Cunningham, Phil. 235 137 1 Peete, Del. 132 73 Walsh, Dall.-N.O. 101 40 81. Brad Faxon. 84. Richard Zokol 191 ,&J4 S.CathyGerrlng .. 4. Roskt Jones. 7. Nancy Lopez es. Kirk Triplet!.. 89. Jay Haas...... 90. Willie Wood,.. 8. Avako Oksmoto . -'S'Sii 9. . Ammaccapar ..88,000 ll.nawnCna JH-fJi 12. Dottle Mochrle. ATT YDS. AVG LG TD Phoe. 139 405 4.4 35 3 125 567 4.5 52 8 S.Det. 110 462 4.2 24 6 GAnderson.T.B. 109 440 4.0 22 3 Anderson, Giants IOC 415 3.8 28 5 WTA Money Loaders The Women's Tennis Association money leaders through Oct. 28: 1. Steffi Graf ...! ,184,070 2. Martina Navratlleva 3. Monica Seles, .. 4. GabrlelaSabatlni 7, Helena Sukova .. ft. Marv Jos F 9, Aronlxa Sandier Vicarlo S42S,999 10. Natalia Zvereva.. S400.713 E.Smlth, Dall. 91. Fred Funk. 13. Colleen Walker,...26 14. Chris Johnson 25 15. Deb Richard 25 16. jane oeooes.. 103 373 3.7 80 348 4.4 Byner.Wash. 94 367 3.9 Cunningham, Phil. 58 358 6.2 Gary, S277781 S261.9IS .....1221,337 ,2) 1,720 1198,904 NO YDS AVO LO TO 97. Mark McCumber 163,413 n. Brian Clsar IS1.3S6 99. auddv oartmw ........................1 ,w too. biii ausvyi ., .. su.m Bison, All. Rk,S.F. Byars, PhU.(RB) Ellard.Rams AXarter, Minn. 33 382 11.9 149 45 724 14.1 175 472 15.3 411 9.8 40 448 14.7 150 3 35 402 IU 129 3 26. 103. Blaine McCallUte ..1.048 104. Doonle Hammond .......151,811 105. RICH Fhr 149.847 104. JayDcnBtako. . 14S.384 107. DavWCanrc ) 676 108. Sthn Ulk 14), MM W.BOfcLonr .. .11,260 110. Tom Sleekmano 4 ,242 ..139,534 1J7.79S ..136,910 .,133,278 25, Nancy Brown ... 26. Penny Hamrrwl., 29. K, 30. Amy Bern. 23 31 . Alice Rltzman ,.,.,24 32. Krlstl Albert .,.,m,2 33. MaooleWII!..., ,29 34. Jane Cralter ............26 35, Sue Ertl 1, N.O. 31 14,3 58 3 II. Nathalie Tamlat 14. Jennifer Capriati..- -, 15. Judith wlesner 17! Elizabeth Smylle 18. conch Ita Martinez m, 1 a 19. Lorlsa Savdwnko !!!! 20. LelteMeskW.. $171479 21. MreedoPM S17J,388 22. Barbara Paulas........ .......1142,797 23. Cretchen Maoers $14M17 34. Nicole ProvU.... S,14 25. lorl McNeil 144,M2 Patty Fendlck ......$146,203 Nldefter ..$141,15 $138,397 Chuck Strum, Baltimore, At The Forum, Inglewood, Calif., aul Banke. Quail Valley, Calif., vs. Pedro Declma, Argentina, 12, for Banke's WBC super bantamweight title; Fabian Teleda, Argentina, vs. Cesar Martinez, Mexico, 10. bantams. Australia, vs. Annlbal Miranda, Colom- Francisco, 10, lights. At Lewlston, Maine, Joey Gamache, Lewiston, vs. Jeff Franklin, Las vegas, 12, for Gamache's IBF Intercontinental Howard at 258-01 B3. teams for Its tournament April 3-4. The teams must be 3A or below or 5A and 4 A JV teams. Contact Tony Wloyer or Dodos Terrell at (918) 446-0195 or (918) 446-1436. Berryhlll Is also looking for a tournament to play in April 10-13. Moore High School needs one team for Its April 4-6 tournament. Moore also needs a homeaway game. Contact Dennis Morgan ot 793-31 00, SOFTBALL Softball World will host an ISA. money 1.561 Clark, Wash. t.37 h Jones, Minn. 36, MlssleBerteotll.. 37, Susan Sanders... 38, Shirley Furlong. 3, Amy Aiccn.. 1 1 5. Lee janzeti ....,.,.m.,...,, im,v 39, Amy Aleotl ...,.....S2 116. Fulton Allem..,....,....,...,.. .-IMJ 40. Sherr) Stelnhauer ., 117. Larrv dinner ....132,442 4X , Pamela Wright 26 1 IB. Kellh &oarwa.V.,... JO.IOJ 42. Donna Wtille..,.TO..j3 1 19. Andv Bfwri,,...,,,,,.,..,l,M9 43, vickl Fenjon,.,...,M ISO. Howard Tvltty 44. Mlsile McGeofoe, J7 121. Gary Hallboro,.,,.,...,.m JB,954 45. JoAnne earner 17 122. John Adams ...,...,,.-, J7.73J 46, calhv Morse 14 1 23. Ed riJohertv,...,-m.m,, 24,505 47, Lynn Connellv,...,..W 124. Larrv Neli,,m,,...m,1J4,M0 48. Lenore Rlrtenroute 125. BobEBitwood jatoi 49, Debbie Ma tsey 22 126. Emlvn Aurev,.-......ml jaj 50, Martha Nsuse 27 127. Jim Booro$,..,.....12l.94l 128. Jim Woochro:,m.,.,,.,.,...!t862 139. Curt Bvrum 17,134 1 30. Clark Burroughs 1 15,92 J r5Vr2CTSWVVH Siklltllcal leader MMSiZMMsZiuSK9K NFL Individual Statistics American Conference PAUItM 512 17.4 176 3C 476 15.9 143 3 29 466 16,1 43 3 PUNTING NO YARDS LONG AVO Landeta, Giants ai 1262 33 1397 39 1215 37 1121 32 131 5 3V 1188 27.RosalynFalrbaisk-i zi. ttaien Keiesi 29. Amy Frazler 30. Laura Glldemelster,, At Jal Alal Fronton, Miami, Santos Cardona, Puerto Rico, vs. Miguel San-tana, Puerto Rico, 10, lonlor welters. Nov. II iter, Blr-lann. fn- oland, vs. Chris Eubank England, 12, 'aidng reoij fnr Bsnn's WBO middleweight title. "aned iL ' At Marbella, Spain, Julian Jackson, U.S.-Vlrgln Islands, vs. Harold Graham, England, 12, for the vacant WBC be furnisnea. can 672-5252. Midwest City Softball Association taking registration for USSSA-sanc uivisions 32. Dinky van Rensburo . 33. Sandra CeccMnl 34. Robin White ,N.O. Feegles, Phil. English, Rams , wasn. 3D. Ann Grossman ... 39. Claudia Porwlk.-,.,.. 40. Catarlna Llndovlst.. 940 53 ...,$136,534 ....$131451 ....$128,218 ....$128,114 ....$125,860 ....$121,173 ..$119,744 ..$117,896 ,.$112,037 $111,479 $104,304 $104,899 .,....$103,883 $102,682 At the High Sierra Vtolel, Lake Tahoe, Nev., Ray Mercer, Newark, N.J., vs. At Aomorl, Japan, Yuklhlto "Leopard" Tamakuma, Japan, vs. Jesus Rolas, Venezuela, 12, for Tamaku-ma'i WBA f lywelotrtlljle. At Atlantic City, NJ Mike Tyson, New York, vs. Alex Stiwart, New York, 10, heavy s; Julio Cesar Chavez, Mexl- Statlstlcal leaders on the 1970 PGA Tour through the Nabisco Champion-ship, which ended Od. J?.' Tnm Klta. 69.18. 7. Pi omnne Dinance Purtier, 27.. J, John Ad- Namun. 277.6. 6. L BIII Sander, 77i.T. a, Davis Love III, 276,6. 9, Oultv Waldorf, 275.8, 10, Tonv PAT FO Lg Pn CtirlIlle,T,B. 14-14 15-17 54 61 Cofer, S.F. J-l 13-1 54 58 Lohmlller, Wash. 15-15 13-20 55 54 Bulter.Chl. 20-20 11-14 52 S3 lowebulke, Minn. 14-14 12-14 48 51 Davis, All. 25-25 8-11 51 49 Ruzek.Phll, 14-17 11-15 44 49 Jacke, G.B, 13-14 10-12 53 43 Laniford, Rami 21-22 7-13 46 42 Andersen, N.O. 11-11 10-13 52 41 PUNT RETURNS NO YDS AVO LO TO Meooett, Giants It 216 US 168 1 Gray, Del. 19 301 10.4 39 0 Query, G.B, 30 198 9.9 IS 0 Sutton, Rams 14 114 9.7 71 0 Taylor, S,F, 11 100 9.1 30 0 Slkahema,Phoe. 15 130 8,7 30 0 Stanley, Wash. II 147 6.1 0 Bailey, Chi. ! 147 7.7 15 0 13 81 ail 14 0 "I 41. Raffaala Reno "S 43. Kathy Jordan - $102,482 .ViKhtohMiiiM fj'?1"1!??--11 f3K'f?2 Ata0wh!o.e Western Theme Park, ,.,,.,.,-.-.-.,., scottsdale, Ariz,, Mlckaei caroalai, Phoenix, v$. Leon Salaiar, Panama, lO.lunlorflys. Contact Janlth Johnson or Warren Gardner 771-4700, Konawa High School needs to add one game to Its basketball schedule on . one of the following dates - Mov. 27, Jan, 17, or Jan. 25. Call athletic director Wayne Smith at (405) 295-3231, Choctaw Hloh School needs girls teams for a sophomore tournament Jan. 31 and Feb. 3. Call Ink KanlatotM at 390-8899- before 10 a.m. Marietta High School roedss girls teams for the Red River Invrtatlonar-Jan. 17-19. Call Allen Haynei or Bill Johnson al 276-3204. Hefner Junior High needs bovs and girls 9th-orade basketball leamss lor Its Nov, 29-Dec 1 tournament. Call S. Wiley al 721-3411. Duranf Hloh School needs one home- ror 11s gins 3-on-a serle 934-4434. 1, caivin IW44M.WWW ,m. 3, oouo Tewali, .790. 4, Hale Irffln, .770, 5, Mvid Jdwardj, M.i, bmt Strange, ,71. 7 (Ne), Corey Pavln and Brian Tennvio, .757, , John Inman, ,74a, IB, BOW rweni .r . If 133 1451 11 4 331 303 3417 II 311 117 ISM 9 3 119 113 1372 11 t 334 133 1617 7 4 144 84 1078 4 331 131 1755 14 13 338 137 1434 4 4 220 133 1390 7 7 ATT VM AVO 1 t tie), Mark Lv ant dklnii .494. h Loren Robertt ,4M, IO,TcmPlJftZ4T,,tl, nrninvLaaoeri Billy Andrada, , l,7Sf 8, Dob Twy, Dftwrey, T.B, KKKOpr narruaNi NO YDS AVG LO TO Gray, Del. 17 415 344 45 0 walker, Minn. 19 441 33.3 47 0 Meooett, Slants 11 340 33.7 33 0 Wilson, O.B. 14 394 31.1 39 0 Slkahema, Phoe, 15 313 30,9 37 0 FntrtV,N.O. 11 374 30.8 51 0 Sanders' All, 17 351 30.6 36 0 Dixon, Mil. 35 413 30.5 40 0 Mitchell, Wash. 13 34 30.3 37 0 cobb,T,D. , jqJJJW N'5 45 0 aTrjiSush,ee Ret pit Anderson. Chi, 10 a 2 0 40 Rke,(.F. 0 0 94 RI$on,Atl, 8 0 8 0 48 B.sanden, oet, s t 2 0 n Andtr$on,Olant$ s 5 0 o 30 anderton,T,B. s 3 t o 30 CUlr1(,D4t, 1 0 5 0 30 Gary, Raw ( 5 0 0 30 ' J Rison,All, Taam SlaMstloa Looking Back on OklahomaNov, 4 1SBO-. . Brad Berry, than 22, who had baan bowling only 14 months, bowlad baok-lo- Hamllton In a quallfloallon Bowl In Mldwaal City. Bsr-ry'a avarsg was 189. "Wa hava aaarahad ilia antlro soulhwail, and wa oan't (hat In a saotlonad tourna-tnanti" Plans! Bowl ownar Luthar Holtnan said. "It 300 gams and mlsaad In 1S70. Glenn Dobbs, University of Tulsa athlotle director since 1055, was removed head ot apeolal development.' The flamboyant Dobbs had been erltlclzed Hon Into the Tulsa athlstlo program led to a two-year aaddaned at leaving athlet- baan for the University of Tulsa. Unlike soma, the university Is first with ma," 19BO.. . U,S. Grant got the lump',, on Southeast and applied 20-16 victory over the pre? Picking up a Southeast, marohad 02 yards (or a" back Silly McCoy ran mate than half Grant's plays and1 made throe-fourths ol ttia' ruehlna yards with 30 car-.v rise and 161 yards. South-1' man esiaaa wnn iu oi 3iaj paasee for 101 yarda audi Compiled by guaan Toth ol The Oklahoman aporta ataff

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