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Setirtay'sPIAA playoffs CLASS MAA Wostoni Mimfiiial Jtt Mansion FirtMtoona Upper St Clair (13-0) vs. Hollidaysburg (12- 0) . 1:00 Easteni semifinal At Miners! University Goatemille (10-0-1) vs. Wilson (13 0). 1:00 CUSS AAA Western semifinal Jtt South High, Pfttsburh : Greensburg Salem (9 2) vs. Perry (11-0), 1:00 Latere semfinal MUNihUnivtnity Berwick (13 0) vs. Manheim Central (12-0), 1:00 . CUSSM WtsteratMnifinal At mdbiu University Steel Valley (13 0) vs. Hickory (10 2), 1:00 tasttra semifinal At Hue Mountain Bethlehem Catholic (11 1) vs. Montoursville (13 0), 1:00 CLASS A Western semifinal At Sharon High School Ctairton (13-0) vs. Keystone (11-0), 1:00 Eastern semifinal At Wilkes-BTt Ounmora (11 1) vs. South Williamsport (11- 1) . 1:00 NFl AMEMCNt CONFERENCE East W I T Pet PF PA Buffalo 8 4 0 .667 327 257 Miami 7 5 0 .583 242 274 Indianapolis.- 6 6 0 .500 211 208 New England .. 4 8 0 , .333 235 292 NTJets 3 9 0 .250 219 306 Central Cleveland 7 4 1 .625 270 173 Houston 7 5 0 .583 295 294 Cincinnati 6 ' 6 0 .500 284 225 Pittsburgh 6 6 0 .500 177 271 West ' i Denver........ .10 " 2 0 .833 289 177 LA Raiders.... 6 6 0 .500 249 213 Kansas City... 5 6 1 .458 231 218 San Diego 4 8 0 .333 189 215 Seattle ...... 4 8 0 .333 177 248 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East N.Y. Giants..... 9 3 0 .750 268 204 Philadelphia... 8 4 0 .667 247 203 Washington 6 6 0 .500 271 247 Phoenix......... 5 7 0 .417 220 264 Dallas ...... 1 11 0 .083 153 303 -r:. Central Green Bay 7 5 0 .583 282 281 Minnesota...... 7 5 0 .583 235 198 Chicago...... 6 6 0 .500 297 257 Tampa Bay .. 5 7 0 .417 258 318 Detroit ... 3 9 0 .250 200 302 West SanFrancisco.10 2 0 .833 342 206 LA Rams 8 4 0 .667 302 249 New Orleans.- 6 6 0 .500 279 235 Atlanta . 3 9 0 .250 198 309 . x-clinched division title Thursday's scores Detroit 13, Cleveland 10 Philadelphia 27, Dallas 0 Sunday's scores New York lets 27. Atlanta 7 Buffalo 24, Cincinnati 7 Indianapolis 10, San Diego 6 Green Bay 20, Minnesota 19 Kansas City 34, Houston 0 Pittsburgh 34, Miami 14 Denver 41, Seattle 14 Los Angeles Raiders 24, New England 21 Tampa Bay 14, Phoenix 13 Washington 38, Chicago 14 Los Angeles Rams 20, New Orleans 17, OT Monday's acora San Francisco 34, New York Giants 24 Sunday's arnes Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1:00 Green Bay at Tampa Bay, 1:00 Houston at Pittsburgh, 1:00 Indianapolis at New England, 1:00 Los Angeles Rams at Dallas, 1:00 Miami at Kansas City, 1:00 New Orleans at Detroit, 1:00 Philadelphia at New York Giants, 1:00 San Francisco at Atlanta, 1:00 Washington at Phoenix, 4:00 New York Jets at San Diego, 4:00 Denver at Los Angeles Raiders, 4:00 Chicago at Minnesota, 8:00 Monday, Doc 4 Buffalo at Seattle, 9:00 Monday's summary Rot York Giants. San Francisco. 7 3 7 724 .14 10 0 10-34 First Quarter SF J.Taylor 4 pass from Montana (Cofer kick) NY Anderson 2 run (Nittmo kick) SF Rice 4 pass from Montana (Cofer kick) Second Quarter SF-FG Cofer 44 SF Jones 17 pass from Montana (Cofer kick) eTY-FG Nittmo 39 Third Quarter NY Meggett 53 pass from Simms (Nittmo kick) Fourth Quarter NY Turner 7 pass from Simms (Nittmo kick) SF-FG Cofer 45 SF Rathman 1 run (Cofer kick) A 63,461. NY SF First downs 23 24 Rushes yards 14 52 32 96 Passing 290 285 Return Yards 27 52 Comp-Att lnt .Z5-48-3 27-34-0 Sacked-Yardslost 7-36 2-7 Punts . 344 3-42 Fumbles lost ...... 3-2 3-3 Penalties-Yards..- . 9-74 10-80 Time of Possession.-. .. 26:38 33:22 RUSHING New York Giants: Meggett 5-29, Simms 2-11, Anderson 5-8, Carthon 1-3, Tillman 1-1. San Francisco: Craig 20 49, Rath-nun 7-18, Montana 3-15, Rice 1-13, Young 1-. 1. PASSING New York Giants: Simms 25-48-3, 326, Hostetler 0 0 0, 0. San Francisco: Montana 27-33 0, 292, Young 0-10, 0. - RECEIVING New York Giants: Mowatt 5-62. Turner 5-55, Meggett 4-72, Manuel 4-62. Anderson 4-31, Ingram 1-21, Baker 1-18, Carthon 15. San Francisco: Rice 7-117, Jones 5-53, Rathman 5-47. J.Taylor 4 42, Craig 4-13. Wilson 2 20. Syc : v j i -i - J A ' '--JJ" - .v... -1nr 1B1- -V -:-:::-:::::-:-:- . . - ,wv - . . r Tom WigodaThe Republican Gold medal golfers Gold medal winners of the Blue Mountain Golf part in the ceremonies are, from left, Kaye Cap-League were presented their medals during a kovic, girls' coach, Steph Allen, Jack Benner, banquet at the Schuylkill Country Club. Taking James Patton, boys' coach, and Jens Klemsche. Bowling Sports Card Boxing 23rd annual State Seniors Tournament At Plaza Lanes Doubles Scratch: Donald Kauffman-Ronald Werner, York County, 1378; Earl Schaeffer-Albert Moyer, Reading, 1,315; John Bozzarello-Harry Reed, Lower Bucks, 1,296; Blair Kingree-Walter Appnel, Reading, 1,281; William Whiteman-Aubrey DeWald, Reading, 1,226; James Fiscus-Paul Slobozien, Johnstown, 1,223; John Hustey-Mike Wanchisen, Wyoming Valley, 1,221; Glenn Hoffer-Richard Brown, Harrisburg, 1,220. Handicap: John Bozzarello-Harry Reed, Lower Bucks, 1,456; John Mescan Joseph Nagy, Harrisburg, 1,439; Donald Kauffman, Ronald Werner, York County, 1,414; Earl Schaeffer-Albert Moyer, Reading, 1,406; Eugene DeLusa-Frank Fyock, Johnstown, 1,398; Harry Miller-Thomas Geddes, Philadelphia, 1,396; Charles Nash-Charles Crooks, Mansfield, 1,394; Lester Lynch-William Hochgertel, Pottsville, 1,392. Singles 70 and over Scratch: Irvin Dean, Seven Mountains, 676; Albert Gotts-chall, Reading, 636; Francis Rothenberger, Reading, 629. Handicap: Irvin Dean, Seven Mountains, 751; Edgar Snyder, Allentown, 729; Roy Giesman, Lancaster, 724. Singles 65-69 Scratch: Willis Snyder, Reading, 684; Anthony Longo, Altoona, 673; Edward Pavlovic, Harrisburg, 649. Handicap: Willis Snyder, Reading, 738; Chester Eckman, Philadelphia, 734; Andrew Georgiana, Altoona, 726. Singles 60-64 Scratch: Clifford Boyer, Central Pennsylvania, 698; Richard Brown, Harrisburg, 659; William Whiteman, Reading, 659. Handicap: Clifford Boyer, Central Pennsylvania, 760; George Kutskel, Allegheny Mountains, 740; Charles Crooks, Mansfield, 738 Singles 55-59 Scratch: Paul Guzanowski, Reading, 694; John Marino, Hazleton, 692; Blair Kingree, Reading, 669. Handicap: John Marino, Hazleton, 764; Paul Guzanowski, Reading, 758; Raymond Astar, Jonstown, 736. All Events 70 and over Scratch: Jay Winters, Philadelphia, 1,329; Angelo Pisano, Wyoming Valley, 1,271; Earl Schaeffer, Reading, 1,211. Handicap: Sam Korey, Wyoming Valley, 1,415; Angelo Pisano, Wyoming Valley, 1,399; Clarence Gotthardt, Allentown, 1,387. All Events 6549 - Scratch: Edward Pavlovic, Harrisburg, 1,300; Albert Moyer, Reading, 1,247; George Minnick, Philadelphia, 1,219. Handicap: Peter Aponick, Pottsville, 1,425; Edward Pavlovic, Harrisburg, 1,418; Morton Fenner, Philadelphia, 1,417. All Events 60-64 Scratch: William Whiteman, Reading, 1,276; Charles Crooks, Mansfield, 1,273; Dominick Guerrera, Philadelphia, 1,273. Handicap: Clifford Boyer, Central Pennsylvania, 1,452; Charles Crooks, Mansfield, 1,439; Donald Brumbach, Reading, 1,392. All Events 55-59 Scratch: Blair Kingree, Reading, 1,373; Ronald Werner, York County, 1,360; Mike Smith, 1,272. Handicap: George Slusser, Hazleton, 1,421; Blair Kingree, 1,405. TUESDAY, NOV. 28 Women's College Basketball PSUSchuylkill at Northampton County CC, 6 THURSDAY, NOV. 30 Men's College Basketball PSU-Schuylkill at Central Penn, 8 Women's College Basketball PSU-Schuylkill at PSU-Ogontz, 6 FRIDAY, DEC 1 Men's College Basketball PSU-DuBoisat PSU-Schuylkill, 7 SATURDAY, DEC 2 Women's College Basketball Northeast Christian at PSU-Schuylkill, 2 Pod South Schuylkill League Second Half W L Helens 10 4 Estate 9 5 Mill Creek.... 9 5 Raubhans , 9 5 Citizens 8 6' Trolley Car 7 7 MinersvHIe Legion..". 7 7 ASofl 5 9 Buckhorn 4 10 Peacock 2 12 First-half champion Ladies Doubles League W L Sunny Rod 20 10 Club 11. 18 12 DSD Bar 17 13 Buckhorn 16 14 Deer Lake 15 15 Pep's Pub 14 16 landingville 14 16 Minersville Legion 6 24 Senior Bassbali Northern Division W L Pet GB St. Petersburg ...13 7 .650 - Winter Haven.: 9 12 .429 4 Bradenton 8 11 .421 4 Orlando 8 11 .421 4 Southern Division Fort Myers.... ...15 5 .750 W. Palm Beach 15 5 .750 - Gold Coast 8 13 .381 m St. Lucie 4 16 .200 11 Monday's score Gold Coast 1 1. Winter Haven 4 Tuesday's games West Palm Beach at Bradenton, 1:05 Gold Coast at Winter Haven, 1:30 St. Petersburg at St. Lucie, 7:05 National Hockey League WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division WIT NY Rangers 13 8 4 New Jersey 10 10 3 Philadelphia. 10 10 3 Pittsburgh 9 12 2 Washington... 8 11 4 NY Islanders 5 17 3 Adams Division Buffalo 15 5 4 Montreal 15 10 2 Boston 13 7 2 Hartford 11 13 1 Quebec 6 17 2 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Minnesota ...16 8 1 33 Chicago 14 10 2 30 SL Louis 11 7 4 26 Pts GF GA 30 91 77 23 92 92 23 84 78 20 90 , 96 20 74 80 13 82 106 34 88 69 32 85 73 28 78 62 23 79 82 14 78 111 97 82 95 90 84 67 Toronto 11 14 0 22 102 116 Detroit 6 15 3 15 72 100 Smythe Division Calgary 10 9 8 28 114 98 Edmonton 11 10 5 27 99 92 Los Angeles 12 10 2 26 103 100 Winnipeg 11 12 1 23 72 82 Vancouver 9 11 4 22 82 88 Monday's score Edmonton 6, Detroit 2 Tuesday's games Buffalo at Hartford, 7:35 Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 7:35 New York Islanders at New Jersey, 7:45 Boston at St. Louis, 8:35 Wednesday's games Quebec at Montreal, 7:35 -Washington at Detroit, 7:35 New York Rangers at Winnipeg, 8:35 Toronto at Vancouver, 10:35 AHL Northern Division VI L T Pts GF GA Cape Breton 13 10 1 27 101 98 Sherbrooke 11 6 5 27 86 74 Halifax 12 8 1 25 93 73 Maine..- 9 6 6 24 92 81 Moncton 11 9 1 23 76 73 Springfield......... 9 11 2 20 87 96 New Haven 6 19 0 12 87 120 Southern Division Adirondack.. 15 6 3 33 113 92 Rochester 11 9 4 26 111 100 Baltimore 12 7 1 25 81 73 Utica 12 11 1 25 100 90 Hershey 9 12 1 19 91 86 Newmarket 8 10 3 19 72 87 Binghamton 3 17 3 9 58 105 NOTE: Two points are awarded for a victory and one for a tie. Monday's scores No games scheduled Tuesday's games Moncton at Cape Breton Adirondack at Newmarket Wednesday's games Binghamton at Maine Sherbrooke at Moncton Baltimore at Rochester Thursday's game Sherbrooke at Halifax Monday's summary Edmonton Detroit ... 1 2 3-6 0 0 2-2 Edmonton, Kurri 14 (pp). Penalties Chiasson, Edm Evening 5:00-7:00-7:30-730-1:00-9:00-9.30- TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 28 Tennis: Toe Nabisco Masters Basketball: Drexel at St. Josephs Tennis: The Nabisco Masters - Hockey: Philadelphia Flyers at Pittsburgh Penguins... Basketball: Miami Heat at Orlando Magic Basketball: Temple at Penn Boxing: Bramble vs. Johnson ...... WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 29 ...XESPN) ..(PRISM) ....(ESPN) (69) (TNT) ..(PRISM) ....(ESPN) Morning 3:00 Tennis: The Nabisco Masters (ESPN) Evening 5.-00 Tennis: The Nabisco Masters ;. (ESPN) 7-J0 Basketball: Cleveland Cavaliers at Philadelphia 76ers - (PRISM) 7 JO Tennis: The Nabisco Masters (ESPN) 735 Basketball: Atlanta Hawks at Washington Bullets (TBS) S JO Basketball: Arkansas at South Alabama (ESPN) First Period 1, (Lowe, Tikkanen), 4:31 MacTavish, Edm (holding), 2:22; Det (cross-checking), 3:47; Kurri (roughing), 7:45; Chiasson, Det (roughing), 7:45. Second Period 2, Edmonton, Simpson 7 (Messier, Anderson), 1:59. 3, Edmonton, MacTavish. 10, 14:14. Penalties S.Smith. Edm (roughing), 4:07; Gallant, Det (slashing), ' 16:40; Barr, Det (hooking), 17:20. Third -Period 4, Edmonton, Murphy 6 (MacTavish, Gregg), 3:00. 5, Edmonton, Klima 6, 4:34. 6, Edmonton, Messier 17 (S.Smith, Huddy); 7:19 (pp). 7, Detroit, Yzerman 13, 10:47. 8, Detroit, Carson 6 (Burr), 11:31. Penalty Satming, Det (holding), 6:38. Shots on goal Edmonton 8-12-727. Detroit 6 11-10 27. Power-play Opportunities Edmonton 2 of 4; Detroit 0 of 2. Goalies Edmonton, Fuhr, 5-5-1 (27 shots-25 saves). Detroit, Stefan, (6-5), St. Laurent, 1-10 (8:50 first, 21-16). A 19.875. Referee Andy vanHellemond. Linesmen Leon Stickle, Ron Finn. League point leaders (Through Sunday, Nov. 26) Gm Gretzky.LA 24 Lemieux.Pgh 23 Nicholls,LA ...24 Messier.Edm... .....25 Turgeon.Buf 24 Gartner.Min 25 : Nieuwendyk.Cal 27 : Oates,StL. 22 Makarov.Cal 27 Hull.StL 22 Savard.Chi 26 Maclnnis.Cal 27 Stastny.Que 25 Francis,Hart 25 Murray.Chi 26 Gilmour.Cal 26 Broten.Min 25 Bourque.Bos 22 Robitaille.lA 24 Bellows.Min 25 Kurri.Edm 24 Yzerman.Det 23 Monday's fights NOGENT-SUR MARNE, France Robert Daniels, won a split decision over Dwight Muhammad Qawi, to win the vacant World Boxing Association junior heavyweight title. PROVIDENCE, R.I. Vinnie Pazienza, 143, Cranston, R.I., stopped Eddie Van Kirk, 143, Baltimore, 2:41 of the fifth, welterweights. WBO Ratings SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico The World Boxing Organization ratings as of November 1989 (U.S. unless noted): Heavyweight (over 190 pounds) Champion Francesco Damiani, Italy 1, Evander Holyfield. 2, Orlin Norris. 3, Michael Dokes. 4, James Douglas. 5, Pierre Coetzer, South Africa. 6, Daniel Netto, Argentina. 7, Razor Ruddock, Canada. 8, George Foreman. 9, Gary Mason, Britain. 10, Tommy Morrison. Junior Heavyweight (190 pounds) Champion VACANT 1, Boone Pultz. 2, Magne Havnaa, Norway. 3, Anaclet Wamba, France. 4, Dwight Qawi. 5, Jeff Lampkin. 6, Angelo Rottoli, Italy. 7, Nate Miller. 8, Bashiru All, Nigeria. 9, Chris Bod-zainowski. 10. Tyrone Booze. Light Heavyweight (175 pounds) Champion Michael Moorer 1, Alex Blanchard, Netherlands. 2, Mike Sedillo. 3, Uriah Grant. 4, Frankie Swindel. 5, Jean Man Emebe, France. 6, Dennis Andries, Britian. 7, Willie Featherstone. 8, Jeff Thompson. 9, Eric Nicoletta, France. 10. Tar-mo Usivirta, Finland. Super Middleweight (168 pounds) Champion Thomas Hearns 1, Juan Carlos Gimenez, Paraguay. 2, Frank Tate. 3, Christopher Tiozzo, France. 4, Thulani Malinga, South Africa. 5, Michael 01a-jide. 6, Tyrone Frazier. 7, Danny Morgan. 8, Vincent Boulware. 9, Tony Byrd. 10, Jose Qui-nones, Puerto Rico. Middleweight (160 pounds) Champion Doug DeWitt, Canada 1, Michael Watson, Britain. 2, Steve Co Mings. 3, Iran Berkley. 4, Dennis Milton. 5, Nigel Benn, Britain. 6, Francesco Dell'Aguila, Italy. 7, Mike Tinley, France. 8, Frank Winter-stein, France. 9, Tony Thornton. 10, Sambu Kalambay, Italy. Junior Middleweight (154 pounds) Champion John D. Jackson 1, Chris Pyatt, Britain. 2, Rene Jacqout, France. 3, Matthew Hilton, Canada. 4, Carlos Santos, Puerto Rico. 5, Terry Norris. 6, Louis Howard. 7, Jorge Castro, Argentina. 8, Gui-seppe Leto, Italy. 9, Donald Curry. 10, Marin Camara, France. Welterweight (147 pounds) Champion VACANT 1, Manning Galloway. 2, Al Hamsa. 3, Lloyd Honeyghan, Britain. 4, Mauricio Blocker. 5, Antoine Fernandez, France. 6, Helio San-tana, Brazil. 7, James "Buddy" McGirt. 8, Reyes Antonio Cruz, Dominican Republic. 9, Tyrone Trice. 10, Aaron Davis. Junior Welterweight (140 pounds) Champion Hector Ca macho, Puerto Rico 1, Vinny Pazienza. 2, Ray Mancini. 3, Rene Arredondo, Mexico. 4, Samuel Fuentes, Puerto Rico. 5, Efrem Calamati, Italy. 6, Felipe Transactions Monday's transactions AMERICAN LEAGUE BOSTON RED SOX Signed Tony Pena, catcher, to a three-year contract. TORONTO BLUE JAYS Signed Mookie Wilson, outfielder, to a two-year contract. NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION MILWAUKEE BUCKS Activated Paul Pressey, guard-forward, from the injured list. Waived Gerald Henderson, guard. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS - Placed Lanard Copeland, guard, on the injured list Signed Dexter Shouse, guard: CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION ALBANY PATROONS Signed Leroy With-erspoon, guard, and Andre Patterson, forward. Waived Keith Smith, guard, Placed Tony Kar-rasek, center, on injured reserve. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE CLEVELAND BROWNS - Re-signed Ron Middleton, tight end. Placed Marlon Jones, defensive lineman, on injured reserve. NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE HARTFORD WHALERS Recalled Todd Krygier, left wing; from Binghamton of the American Hockey League. Loaned Jody Hull, right wing, and Steve Dykstra, defenseman, to Binghamton. TRACK t FIELD THE ATHLETICS CONGRESS Announced the resignation of Willie Banks, vice-president; Julie McKinney, chairman of the Women's Long Distance Running Committee; Jerry Donley, chairman of the Masters Track and Field Committee, and Joe Vigil, chairman of the Coaches Education Committee. Elected Harvey Glance interim vice-president. COLLEGE SET0N HALL - Announced that Nick Kat-sikis, basketball forward, has withdrawn from school. Fuentes, Mexico. 7, Frankie Warren. 8, Mauricio Rodriguez, Cuba. 9, Joe Rivera, Puerto Rico. 10, Robin Blake. Lightweight (135 pounds) Champion Mauricio Aceves, Mexico 1, Policarpo Diaz, Spain. 2, Juan Nazario, Puerto Rico. 3, Angel Hernandez, Puerto Rico. 4, Dingaan Thobela, South Africa. 5, John Du-plessis. 6, Freddie Pendleton. 7, Jarocho Gonzalez, Mexico. 8, Julio Llerena, Columbia. 9, Greg Haugen. 10, Primo Ramos, Mexico. Junior Lightweight (130 pounds) Champion VACANT 1, Kamel Bou-Ali, Tunisia. 2, Antonio Rivera, Puerto Rico. 3, Rocky Lockridge. 4, Lupe Suarez. 5, Juan Laporte, Puerto Rico. 6, Tony Lopez. 7, Joey Camache. 8, Floyd Havard, Britain. 9, Museta Bingunia, Zaire. 10, Manuel Batista, Dominican Republic. Featherweight (126 pounds) Champion Louis Espinosa 1, Troy Dorsey. 2, Lupe Gutierrez, Mexico. 3, Alfred Rangel. 4, Maurizio Stecca, Italy. 5, Robert Rivera, Puerto Rico. 6, Farib Benred-jeb, France. 7, Hector Lopez, Mexico. 8, Angel Levy Mayor, Venezuela. 9, Pedro Decima, Argentina. 10, Marcos Villasana, Mexico. College Football Division I Top 25 Record Pts Pvs 1. Colorado (53) 11-0-0 1,468" 2 2. Alabama (2) 10-0-0 1,351 4 3. Michigan (1) 10-1-0 1,332 3 4. Miami, Fla. (3) 10-1-0 1,319 7 5. Notre Dame 11-1-0 1,231 1 6. Florida St 8-2-0 1,200 5 7. Nebraska 10-1-0 1,154 6 8. Tennessee 9-1-0 1,045 8 9. Arkansas 9-1-0 1,000 9 10. Illinois 9-2-0 913 11 11. Auburn .8-2-0 893 10 12. Southern Cat 8-2-1 802 12 13. Houston 8-2-0 750 13 14. Clemson 9-2-0 684 15 15. Virginia 10-2-0 640 16 16. Texas A&M 7-3-0 534 14 17. West Virginia... 8-2-1 499 17 18. Penn St. .. 7-3-1 450 22 19. Brigham Young 10-2-0 401 21 20. Duke 8-3-0 301 23 21. Ohio St 8-3-0 264 20 22. Michigan St 7-4-0 247 25 23. Hawaii.. .. 9-2-0 197 24 24. Pittsburgh 6-3-1 180 19 25. Texas Tech .8-3-0 177 18 Other receiving votes: Florida 53, Washington 21, Arizona 20, Air Force 14, Fresno St 14, Oregon 8, Mississippi 5, Oklahoma 4, N. Illinois 2, Georgia 1, Syracuse 1. Saturday's games EAST: Pittsburgh vs. Rutgers at Dublin, Ireland SOUTH: Alabama at Auburn Florida St. at Florida Georgia at Georgia Tech Vanderbilt at Tennessee SOUTHWEST: SMU at Arkansas Houston at Rice Texas at Texas A&M Sunday's game FAR EAST: Louisville vs. Syracuse at Tokyo Football Writers All-America list OKLAHOMA CITY Players chosen as All-Americans by the Football Writers Association of America, with name, school, height, weight and eligibility class: OFFENSE: Wide receivers Clarkston Hines, Duke, 6-1, 170, senior; Terance Mathis, New Mexico, 5-9, 167, senior. Quarterback Andre Ware, Houston, 6-2, 205, senior. Running backs Anthony Thompson, Indiana, 6-0, 209, senior; Johnny Bailey, Texas A&l, 5-9, 180, senior; Emmitt Smith, Florida, 5-10, 200, junior. Offensive linemen Michael Tanks, Florida St., 6-1, 260, senior; Mohammed Elewo-nibi, Brigham Young, 6-5, 290, senior; Chris Port, Duke, 6-7, 280, senior; Joe Garten, Colorado, 6-3, 280, senior; Eric Still, Tennessee, 6-3, 283, senior. Kick returner Raghib Ismail, Notre Dame, 5-10, 175, sophomore. Kicker Jason Hanson, Washington St., 6-0, 175, sophomore. DEFENSE: Defensive linemen Moe Gardner, Illinois, 6-2, 242, junior; Tim Ryan, Southern Cal, 6-5, 260, senior; Chris Zorich, Notre Dame, 6-1, 268, junior. Linebackers Alfred Williams, Colorado, 6-6, 230, junior; Percy Snow, Michigan St., 6-2, 224, senior; Keith McCants, Alabama, 6-5, 256, junior; Andre Collins, Penn St., 6-2, 225, senior. Defensive backs Mark Carrier, Southern Cal, 6-1, 185, junior; Chris Oldham, Oregon, 5-9, 185, senior; Todd Lyght, Notre Dame, 6-1, 181, junior; Tripp Wellbome, Michigan, 6-1, 193, junior. Punter Tom Rouen, Colorado, 6-3, 220, junior Division I Top 25 Record Pts Pvs 1. Syracuse (23) 1-0 1,453 3 2. Arizona (10) 1-0 1,442 6 3. Georgetown (9) 2-0 1,411 5 4. Kansas (16) 4-0 1,266 - 5. Missouri 3-0 1,248 11 6. UNLV 3-1 1,247 1 7. Duke (1) 1-0 1,089 10 8. Illinois 0-0 1,026 8 9. LSU(1) 1-1 1,009 2 10. Michigan 0-1 1,008 4 11. Arkansas (2) 2-0 976 9 12. North Carolina (1) 2-1 947 7 13. Louisville 2-1 662 12 14. Indiana 10 658 14 15. UCLA 1-0 648 13 16. Temple 0-0 505 15 17. Oklahoma 0-0 484 16 18. Pittsburgh 0-0 464 18 19. Notre Dame 0-0 418 17 20. St. John's 3-1 369 25 21. Georgia Tech 1 0 351 22 22. Memphis St 2-0 329 24 23. Oklahoma St 0-0 254 21 24; Florida 0-0 17123 25. N.Carolina St 1-1 124 19 Other receiving votes: Texas-El Paso 89, Texas 87, Clemson 81, Michigan St. 71, De-Paul 60, Minnesota 60, Alabama 56, Houston 48, La Salle 47, Loyola Marymount 36, Oregon St 35, Ark.-Little Rock 25, Kansas St. 24, Rutgers 22, Ball SL 21, New Mexico 19, Seton Hall 18, Xavier, Ohio 17, James Madison 14, Iowa 13, UC Santa Barbara 12, Wake Forest 8, Boston U. 6, Georgia 6, Maryland 6, Iowa St. 5, Purdue 5, Hawaii 4, Old Dominion 4, Evansville 3, Mississippi 3, West Virginia 3, N. Iowa 2, Providence 2, Bradley 1, E. Tennessee St 1, Middle Tenn. 1, Virginia 1. Monday's Top 25 scores 1. Syracuse (1-0) beat Rutgers 95-79. 10. Michigan (1-1) beat Boston U. 73-65. 25. North Carolina State (2-1) beat Appalachian St. 97-67. Monday's Top 25 boxscores APPALACHIAN STATE (67) Parker 6-8 2-4 14, Miller 2-3 0-0 4, Gibson 2-8 0 0 4, Peel 4-15 2-2 11, Phillips 1-5 0-0 3, Spurlock 6-10 1-2 13, Ross 2-8 0-0 5, Powers 3-7 2-2 8, Lyons 1-4 00 2, Ward 1-5 00 2, Stewart 0-0 1-3 1, Sabato 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 28-74 8-13 67. NORTH CAROLINA STATE (97) Howard 6-12 5-5 17, Gugtiotta 5-8 2-2 12, D'Amico 6-10 0-1 12, Corchiani 2-5 6-6 10, Monroe 7-13 4-5 21, Thompson 4-5 2-5 10, Hinnant 4-6 3-4 11, Feggins 1-2 2-4 4, Knox 0-2 0-0 0, Whitley 0-0 0-20. Totals 35-63 24-34 97. Halftime N.C. State 45, Appalachian St 29. 3-pbint goals Appalachian St. 3-16 (Phillips 1-1, Ross 1-3, Peel 1-8, Lyons 0-2, Ward 0-2), N.C. State 3-5 (Monroe 3-4, Corchiani 0-1). Fouled out Miller, Gibson. ReboundsAppalachian St. 38 (Parker, Powers 8), N.C. State 37 (D'Amico 12). Assists Appalachian St 12 (Phillips 3), N.C. State 22 (Howard, Corchiani 5). Total fouls Appalachian 27, N.C. State 15. A 4,200. RUTGERS (79) - Savage 6-9 4-5 18, Hughes 8-25 4-9 21, Duckett 1-4 6-7 8, Dadi-ka 5-10 0-0 13, Duncan 3-7 3-4 11, Carter 1-3 0-0 2, Perry 1-1 1-2 3, Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Smith 0-0 0-0 0, Martin 1-3 0-0 3. Totals 2643 18-2779. SYRACUSE (95) - Coleman 1-4 6-9 8, Johnson 5-10 3-3 13, Ellis 1-1 1-2 3, Thompson 11-17 4-9 29, Owens 12-20 9-10 33, Manning 1-3 2-2 4, Edwards 2-4 0-0 5, Hopkins 0-0 0-0 0, Scott 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-60 25-35 95. Halftime Syracuse 43, Rutgers 41. 3-point goals Rutgers 9-22 (Dadika 3-6, Savage 2-3, Duncan 2-4, Martin 1-3, Hughes 1-6), Syracuse 4-12 (Thompson 3-6, Edwards 1-2, Owens 0-1, Coleman 0-1, Johnson 0-2). Fouled out None. Rebounds Rutgers .34 (Hughes 12), Syracuse 45 (Coleman, Owens 12). Assists Rutgers 10 (Dadika 4), Syracuse 23 (Edwards 10). Total fouls Rutgers 24, Syracuse 22. A 29,166. MICHIGAN (73) - Higgins 5-9 0-0 11, Vaught 7-13 9 10 23, Mills 4-15 2-3 10, Griffin 1-2 3-4 5, Robinson 5-12, 5-7 15, Talley 3-7 0-0 7, Voskuil 0-3 0-0 0, Riley 1-2 0-0 2, Calip 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 26-64 19-24 73. BOSTON UNIVERSITY (65) Brigham 4-13 2-4 12, Davey 3-4 0-0 6, Moses 613 4-6 16, Stewart 4-15 00 9, Key 6-16 1-4 15, Ma-nolopoulos 0-3 0-0 0, Scott 2-5 1-2 5, Kalitsi 0-2 0-0 0, Jarvis 0-1 0-0 0, Daly 1-3 0-0 2, White 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 26-75 8-16 65. Halftime Michigan 36, Boston U. 31. 3-point goals Michigan 2-7 (Talley 1-1, Higgins 1-3, Robinson 0-3), Boston U. 5-18 (Key 2-5, Brigham 2-6, Stewart 1-4, Jarvis O-l, Ma-nolopoulos 0-2). Fouled out Stewart, Key. Rebounds Michigan 52 (Mills 11), Boston U. 43 (Moses 9). Assists Michigan 15 (Robinson 5), Boston U. 15 (Key 7). Total fouls-Michigan 15, Boston U. 22. A-10,032. Women's Top 2S Record Pts Pvs 1. Tennessee (41).. 1- 0 1,527 1 2. La. Tech (21) 2- 0 1,503 2 3. Stanford (1) 2- 0 1,420 3 4. Georgia 2- 0 1,368 4 5. N.Carolina St 2- 0 1,243 6 6. Auburn 2- 0 1,223 7 7. Long Beach St. 2- 0 1,118 9 8. Purdue 0- 1 1,067 8 9. Nev.-LasVegas 2- 0 1,002 10 10. Iowa 2- 0 934 11 11. Texas 1- 1 902 5 12. Stephen F.Austin .... 0- 0 965 12 13. Washington 2- 0 859 16 14. Louisiana St 2- 0 809 13 15. Virginia 2- 1 684 15 16. Old Dominion 3- 0 587 18 17. South Carolina. 0- 0 452 19 18. Maryland 1- 1 421 17 19. Mississippi 1- 1 371 14 20. Tennessee Tech 1- 0 322 20 21. St. Joseph's 0-0 298 21 22. Western Kentucky... 2- 0 260 23 23. Vanderbilt 2- 1 193 22 24. Oregon 1- 1 115 24 25. Hawaii 3- O 111 25 Others receiving votes: DePaul 99, Rutgers 95, S. Mississippi 94, Ohio St. 32, N. Illinois 25, UCLA 21, Colorado 17, James Madison 14, Kansas 14, Holy Cross 13, Clemson 8, Kansas St. 8, Connecticut 7, West Virginia 7, Bowling Green 6, Southern Cal 6, California 5, Illinois 5, Kentucky 4, NE Louisiana 4, Toledo 3, Utah 3, Montana 2, St. Mary's-Cal 2, Florida St. 1, Michigan St. 1, Penn SL 1, San Diego 1. Monday's Top 25 wmoen's scores 8. Purdue (0-1) lost to No. 11 Texas 89-61. 11. Texas (1-1) beat No. 8 Purdue 89-61. 14. Louisiana State (3-0) beat Missouri 56-50. 20. Tennessee Tech (1-0) beat Kennesaw College 89-65. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB New York 8 4 .667 Philadelphia - 7 4 .636 Boston 7 7 .500 2 Washington 7 7 .500 2 Miami 4 10 .286 5 NewJersey.... 3 10 .231 5V4 Central Division Indiana 7 4 .636 Detroit 7 5 .583 Atlanta 6 5 .545 1 Chicago 7 6 .538 1 Milwaukee.... 6 6 .500 Wi Cleveland 5 6 .455 2 Orlando 5 7 .417 2V4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah 8 3 .727 Denver 8 4 .667 V4 San Antonio 6 5 .545 2 Houston 7 6 .538 2 Dallas 5 6 .455 3 Charlotte 3 9 .250 54 Minnesota 2 11 .154 7 Pacific Division LA Lakers ...10 1 .909 Portland 10 3 .769 1 ' Seattle ....J 7 6 .538 4 Phoenix 5 5 .500 4 LA Clippers 4 6 .400 5 Sacramento 4 7 .364 6 Golden State 3 8 .273 7 Monday's scores New York 119, Charlotte 108 Indiana 101, Milwaukee 97 Utah 105, New Jersey 68 Tuesday's games Washington at Cleveland, 7:30 , Miami at Orlando, 8:00 ' Atlanta at Chicago, 8:30 Los Angeles Lakers at Houston, 8:30 Seattle at San Antonio, 8:30 Golden State at Denver, 9:30 Detroit at Sacramento, 10:30 Los Angeles Clippers at Portland, 10:30 , Wednesday's games L Boston at New Jersey, 7:30 --f Cleveland at Philadelphia, 7:30 Atlanta at Washington, 7:30 Minnesota at Miami, 7:30 Utah at Indiana, 7:30 Charlotte at Dallas, 8:30 Detroit at Phoenix, 9:30 Milwaukee at Los Angeles Clippers, 10:30 New York at Golden State. 10:30 Monday's boxscores CHARLOTTE (108) Rambis 5-7 3-4 13, Tripucka 3-12 2-4 8, Reid 6-10 3-4 15, Bo-gues 4-7 0-0 8, Chapman 17-32 1-2 38, Hoppen 2-5 3-3 7, Turner 0-2 0-0 0, Rowsom 3-7 0-0 6, Gray 1-3 5-6 7, Sichting 1-4 00 2, Anderson 2-6 0-0 4. Totals 44-95 17-23 108. NEW YORK (119) - Newman 7-13 8-9 23, Oakley 6-10 4-5 16, Ewing 10-22 3-4 23, Jackson 3-8 2-2 8, G.Wilkins 4-9 4-4 13, Tucker 4-8 1-1 9, Walker 3-3 4-4 10, Strickland 5-7 0-0 10, E.Wilkins 2-7 0-0 4, Myers 0-0 1-2 1, Quinnett 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 45-89 27-31 119. Charlotte - 21 29 23 28108 New York 35 26 38 20-119 3-Point goals Charlotte 3-11 (Chapman 3- 8, Tripucka O-l, Anderson 0-2), New York 2-5 (G.Wilkins 1-1, Newman 1-1, Tucker 0-1, Jackson 0-2). Fouled out None. Rebounds Charlotte 42 (Hoppen 6), New York 63 (Oakley 15). Assists Charlotte 30 (Bogues 13), New York 29 (Jackson 8). Total fouls Charlotte 24, New York 21. A 14.598. INDIANA (101) - Person 311 3-4 10. Thompson 1-5 3-4 5, Smits 12-16 1-3 25, Fleming 8-15 5-6 21, Miller 6-14 2-2 15, Schrempf 5-9 11-12 21, Sanders 0-3 2-2 2, Green 0-1 2-2 2, McCloud 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 35-7429-35101. MILWAUKEE (97) Roberts 5-11 0-0 10, Sikma 6-13 0-0 14, Breuer 4-10 1-1 9, Humphries 8-18 1-2 17, Robertson 4-10 2-2 10, Pierce 8-18 5-5 22, Pressey 2-5 2-2 6, Brown 1-2 0-0 2, Coleman 3-6 1-1 7. Totals 41-93 12-1397. Indiana. . 23 21 26 31-101 Milwaukee 30 23 23 21 97 3-Point goals Indiana 2-4 (Person 1-1, Miller 1-3), Milwaukee 3-10 (Sikma . 2-6, Pierce 1-3, Humphries 0-1). Fouled but None. Rebounds Indiana 53 (Person 13), Milwaukee 45 (Breuer 8). Assists Indiana 20 (Fleming 8), Milwaukee 22 (Humphries 5). Total fouls Indiana 22, Milwaukee 28. TechnicalIndiana illegal defense. A 13,226. NEW JERSEY (68) - Shackleford 2-12 0 0 4, Morris 3-14 0-0 6, Bowie 3-11 4-4 10, Hop-son 1-8 2-2 4, Conner 2-5 2-2 6, Carroll 4-9 7- 7 15, Short 4-10 0-0 8, Blaytock 3-15 0-0 7, Taylor 1-61-1 3, Jackson 1-4 0-0 2, Brandy 1-2 I I 3, Carlisle 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 25-98 17-17 68. : UTAH (105) Edwards 3-5 5-6 11, Ma-lone 9-13 4-6 22, Eaton 1-2 0-2 2, Stockton 4- 8 2-3 10, Hansen 0-3 0-0 0, Rudd 5-7 0-1 10, Bailey 6-8 4-6 16, Griffith 4-7 3-6 12, Brown 4- 4 3-411, Leckner 3-5 3-4 9, Johnston 0-2 2-2 2, Johnson 0-4 0 0 0. Totals 39- 68 2640 105. NewJersey 16 24 13 15 68 Utah , 25 25 24 31-105 3-Point goals New Jersey 1-7 (Blaylock 1-3, Short 0-1, Carlisle 0-1, Hopson 0-2), Utah 1-4 (Griffith 1-2, Edwards 0-1, Malone 01). Fouled out None. Rebounds New Jersey 49 (Bowie 13), Utah 67 (Malone 17). G A Pts Pirn 11 39 50 24 13 31 44 30 16 23 39 31 16 23 39 28 11 26 37 8 17 19 36 10 17 17 34 14 9 24 33 4 6 27 33 8 ' 17 15 32 10 8 24 32 10 7 25 32 26 13 18 31 12 12 19 31 16 12 19 31 28 11 20 31 32 9 22 31 6 3 28 31 24 17 13 30 14 17 13 30 22 13 17 30 22 12 18 30 47 TlltUW UJr'tr AJi SUFFERED ENpOgH.. rue cfMLV UuMaNE TlliHQ TO CO IS "ID PuLLTteFWf J ! t; " ' r 'a, . po-il urn 1 M I Assists New Jersey 13 (Short, Blaylock 3), Utah 25 (Stockton 10). Total fouls New Jersey 26, Utah 20. Technicals New Jersey illegal defense 2. A 12,616. League Leaders (Through Sunday, Nov. 26) Scoring C Ft FT Pts Avg Jordan, Chi.... 13 146 115 418 32.2 Malone, Utah 10 112 71 296 29.6 Mullin, G.S 11 117 67 313 28.5 Ewing, N.Y. 11 117 69 303 27.5 Barkley, Phil.....ll 94 88 278 25.3 Campbell, Minn....l3 127 62 318 24.5 Wilkins, AtJ ......11 107 47 269 24.5 Chambers, Phoe. -10 86 65 240 24.0 Miller, Ind 10 81 68 238 23.8 Ellis, Sea .13 113 56 305 23.5 Harper, LAC- 10 92 48 233 23.3 Malone, Wash. 12 112 54 278 23.2 Pierce, Mil 10 85 49 227 22.7 Tisdale, Sac 11 102 45 249 22.6 Mcdaniel, Sea 13 114 58 288 22.2 Malone, AtJ 11 90 62 242 22.0 Bird, Bos. 14 119 65 307 21.9 Worthy, LAL 11 99 38 237 21.5 Robinson, SA 11 75 86 236 21.5 Wiggins, Hou 13 111 54 276 21.2 Johnson, LAL. 11 79 65 233 21.2 FG Percentage FG FGA Pet Parish, Bos.- ..... 98 155 632 Barkley, Phil J4 . 155 '.606 GarricKLAC 40 67 .597 Malone, Utah 112 191 .586 Smits, Ind . 49 85 .576 Paxson.Chi. 73 127 .575 Mullin, G.S. 117 204 .574 Blackman, Dall 95 170 .559 Mckey.Sea.. 91 163 .558 Tisdale, Sac 102 183 .557 ' ReboundiM G Off Def Tot Aw Oakley. N.Y. 11 52 98 150 13.6 - Robinson, SA 11 52 86 138 12.5 Cage, Sea 13 54 102 156 12.0 Olajuwon, Hou......l3 41 112 153 11.8 Malone, AU 11 56 67 123 11.2 Parish, Bos. 14 52 100 152 10.9 Walker, Wash 14 43 104 147 10.5 Seikaly, Mia 13 49 87 136 10.5 Barkley, Phil 11 48 67 115 10.5 Malone, Utah 10 29 74 103 10.3 Assists G No. Avg. Stockton, Utah- 8 135 16.9 Johnson, LAL -11 118 10.7 Bogues, Char. . 11 109 9.9 Grant, LAC .: 10 96 9.6 KJohnson, Phoe 7 67 9.6 Thomas, Det 12 110 9.2 Porter, Port- 13 117 9.0 Dawkins, Phil 11 96 8.7 Harper, Dall 11 95 8.6 Jackson, N.Y. ... 11 88 8.0 Team Offense G Pts. Jtirg Denver.: 12 1391 115.9 Phoenix 10 1150 115.0 Seattle 13 1486 114.3 Orlando 12 1348 112.3 Atlanta.-... 11 1234 112.2 NewYork 11 1224 111.3 LA Lakers 11 1210 110.0 Milwaukee 11 1209 109.9 Philadelphia 11 1192 . 108.4 Boston 14 1505 107.5 Portland 13 1397 107.5 Indianapolis 10 1065 106.5 Chicago. - 13 1371 105.5 Golden a 11 1159 105.4 Houston 13 1365 . 105.0 Washington 14 1466 104.7 LA Clippers 10 1037 103.7 Cleveland 11 1140 103.6 Utah.. 10 1036 103.6 Sacramento 11 1129 102.6 San Antonio 11 1127 102.5 Detroit . 12 1216 101.3 Dallas. 11 1099 99.9 NewJersey.- 12 1177 98.1 Charlotte 11 1048 95.3 Miami. 14 1313 93.8 Minnesota. 13 1211 93.2 Team Defense G Pts. Avg Detroit 1? 11M pco Utah-.. 10 1003 100.3 Houston 13 1310 1O0.8 Minnesota 13 1311 100.8 LALakeis 11 1112 101.1 Portland 13 1322 101.7 San Antonio 11 1126 102.4 Dallas , 11 1133 103.0 Philadelphia 11 1137 103.4 Cleveland 11 1140 103.6 Charlotte 11 1146 104.2 Washington 14 1459 104.2 Indianapolis 10 1044 104.4 Seattle 13 1366 105.1 Boston . 14 1472 105.1 Miami 14 1478 105.6 NewYork 11 1166 106.0 LA Clippers 10 1061 106.1 Chicago . 13 1381 106.2 NewJersey 12 1289 107.4 Phoenix 10 1081 108.1 Atlanta-. 11 1202 109.3 Sacramento 11 1205 109.5 Milwaukee 11 1219 110.8 Golden St 11 1226 111.5 Denver 12 1341 111.8 Orlando 12 1412 117.7 F.Y.I. MEETINGS Schuylkill Haven Hurricane Football Mothers Tonight at 7:30 in Room 203 of the high school All candy money is due and should be turned it at the high school office as soon as possible. Minersville Youth Soccer Club Tonight at 7:30 at the American Legion in Minersville. Officers will be elected. Nativity Green and Gold Club Wednesday, Nov. 29, at 7:30 p.m. at the high school Pottsville Chapter of PIAA Basketball Officials Sunday, Dec. 3, at 2 p.m. at the Saint Clair Fish and Game Association. Cressona Area Baseball Association Sunday, Dec. 3, at 1 p.m. at the complex meeting room. Blue Mountain Basketball Boosters Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. at the High School art room. All parents are invited. Pottsville Mothers Football Boosters Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 8 p.m. at the Amvets. Pine Grove Basketball Boosters Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 7:30 p.m. in Room 104 of the high schooL Minersville Area Wrestling Boosters Parents Thursday, Dec. 7. at 7 p.m. in the high schooL All parents of wrestlers are urged to attend. Schuylkill County Youth Soccer Association Tuesday, Dec. 12, at 7 p.m. at the American Legion in Minervifle. REGISTRATION Minersville Youth Wrestling League Tonight and Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 7 to 8:30 in the Minersville Area High School gym. AH boys in grades 1 through 6 from the Minersville area are eligible. Pottsville Boys' Basketball Middle League Tonight and Wednesday, Nov. 29, from 6:30 to 8 in the boys gym. Tryouts are open to all boys in grades 6 through 8 living in the Pottsville Area School District. Blue Mountain Recreation Commission swimming lessons Monday, Dec. 4, from 10 a.m. to noon and 5 to 6:30 p.m. and Wednesday, Dec. 6, from 10 a.m. to noon. For more inf ormation,"call the recreation office at 366-1190. VOLLEYBALL Men's League The Blue Mountain Recreation Commission will sponsor a men's volleyball league this winter, starting after Christmas. The league will meet at the Blue Mountain Middle School gymnasium on Mondays. Registration will be accepted until Dec. 11. Teams can save on their registration fees by registering prior to Dec. 4. For more information, call the recreation commission office at 366-1190. GOLF Winter Tour Meets each Sunday at 9 a.m., weather permitting, at Club Chatteau, Panther Valley Road, Cressona area. BANQUETS Minersville Fifth Quarter Club Senior Football Banquet Sunday, Dec. 3, at 4 p.m. at Forestville Hose Co. Everyone welcome Saint Clair Old-Timers Baseball Association Wednesday, Dec. 6, at 6 p.m. the annual Christmas party and dinner dance at Saint Clair Fish and Game Club. Reservations must be made with Harold Beacher, secretary, by calling 628-6025. BASEBALL CARD SHOW Lynn Solt Baseball Cards Friday-Sunday, Dec. 1-3, at the Trolley Station Outlet, Route 191, Nazareth Pike, Bethlehem. Show hours will be from 5-9 p.m. on Friday, 10 a.m.-6 p.m. on Saturday and noon-5 p.m. on Saturday. COACHING POSITIONS Pottsville Area High School (Assistant Junior high wrestling coach) Interested persons should call Charles Wagner, athletic director, at 621-2963. REPUBLICAN PHONE NUMBERS The REPUBLICAN Sports Staff wants to run your results, schedules, meeting notices, tournament announcements. Our sports numbers are : 628-6025, 628-6026 and 628-6019.

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