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SOUTHERN ILLINOISAN, MONDAY, OCTOBER 31, 1983 Carbondale-Herrln-Murphysboro-AAarion, Page Ten Letters Caiteiiiile paiir wins Rams' behavior despicable... -4 hawoee bass meet Sports Editor, Southern Illinoisan: This is concerning the behavior of the Mount Vernon Rams football team at the pre-game show at Mar lon's homecoming football game last Friday. As a mother-of a band member, I IVlcCumber wins in Ponsacoia would like to know why the visiting Fred Washburn, Tom Horn earned victory team was allowed to rough up the band and the cheerleaders. Their actions weren't even mentioned in Mark- McCumber became golf's eighth two-time winner this season the local paper. It was as if it never in the Pensacola Open, but the fond happened. hopes of three players were denied I feel the people that weren t mouth (for lack of a better way of saying it) and yes TACKLE members of our band. Some of the girls endured pinching as if being tackled wasn't enough. The bad conduct was displayed during the game and for some reason not called. This is not my point right now at least the Marion team had protective gear, the band didn't. It seems to me, someone should be able to appeal to whomever is in charge of the South Seven Conference to have the team cited for unsportsmanlike conduct or something. Personally, I think they should be stripped of the win. When asked, one Mount Vernon adult fan said they weren't ashamed of how the boys behaved. In fact, he was quoted as saying they are proud of their boys. If this is the general consensus of their fans, then all I can say is "Shame on you, Mount Vernon." Gladys Springhart Marion in the season-closing event on the PGA Tour. there deserve to know how these "sportsmen" behaved. They were "I'm proud of the way I won," even urged on by one of their coaching staff to "block them" as McCumber said after he solved a multiple-man scramble Sunda'y with a closing six-under-par 65 on scoring average, which determines the Vardon Trophy. He missed. Just Barely. Peete required a score of 65 in the last round to win it. He shot 67. Floyd won the Vardon with a 70.61 average. Peete, after 6,144 strokes for the season, had a 70.62 average. Lott, finishing his 10th year on the tour, came into the last round needing a finish of third or better to be among the game's top 125 mon-ey-winnersi the determining facor for an exemption for next year's tour. He was the third-round leader. But he couldn't hold it. Lott shot 72 and tied for fifth. Now he faces a return to the Tour's Qualifying School in an attempt to regain his playing rights. Salukis 2nd in scoring Southern Illinois University dropped to second nationally in scoring among Division l-AA the 7,093-yard Perdido Bay Country Club course. He should have been. He came the band was striving to march to the 50-yard line. For those of you who don't know, pre-game consists "of marching to midfield, playing the "National Anthem", the visiting school's loyalty and the "Marion Loyalty." It's astonishing that the full-suit out of the pack with birdies on four of the last five holes, including the By Mike Estei Of The Southern Illinoisan A year made a difference for a Carterville fishing pair. Last year at this time, Fred Washburn and Tom Horn lost the Shawnee Bass Club Open Bass Tournament on Kinkaid Lake by one ounce of fish. However, Sunday the duo won the second annual meet by two pounds, four ounces. "I caught my last fish around 4:30," said Horn, who was the only person in the meet to weigh in the limit of six fish. "It was really luck. Fred brought me over before the tournament and showed me how to do it." Horn, who said he netted nearly 20 fish, caught the fish with a shad-colored rapalla off points. However, Washburn caught his three fish on top water lures. The duo combined for top honors with nine pounds, eight ounces of bass, worth $967.50. Horn's total was five pounds, four ounces. Andy Rametta Sr. and Dave Perry, both of Marion, captured second place with seven pounds, four ounces, earning $580.50. Third place and $387 went to Elmer Brandhorst of Dowell and Charlie Johnson of Murphysboro, with six pounds, 14 ounces. Brian Young of Ava won $350 for claiming Big Bass honors of the meet with a four-pound, 11-ounce fish. He caught the lunker on a chartreuse colored crank bait in shallow water. Other tournament fishers who last three, to join Fuzzy Zoeller, Hal Sutton, Gil Morgan, Lanny ed football boys would be allowed to disrupt the marching, shove, bad Wadkins, Cal Peete, Seve Balles-teros and Jim Colbert as the game's double winners this season. For the first time in tour history, there was not a three-time winner. ...Players were rude earned plaques were Jim Thompson of Chester and Herb Klein of Kas-kaskia Island, fourth, six pounds, 1? ounces; Dave Reeder of Murphysboro and Ron Reichenbacher of Ceri-tralia, fifth, six pounds, five ounces; Chris Estwing of Marion arid Karl H. Mittmeier of Carterville, sixth, sic pounds; Stan Barnett and Sam Miller, both of Carterville, seventh, five pounds, 10 ounces; Ray Arning Jr. of Centralia and Paul Estel of Chester, ninth, four pounds, 14 ounces; Young and Clay Fuhrhop, both of Ava, 10th, four pounds, 13 ounces. Dave Reeder of Murphysboro won Large Stringer honors with six pounds, five ounces. Seventy-eight pounds of fish were weighted in. The Illinois Bass Anglers Association of Belleville also held a club tournament Sunday on Kinkaid Lake and Jack Herget of St. Louis Mo., won with four pounds, 12 ounces of bass. Big Bass was a two-pound, 11-ounce fish. Sixty-six anglers competed in the tourney and 50 fish were weighed in. teams, despite its 41-3 romp over (Two team events remain on the schedule. But they do not count on New Mexico State Saturday. Mississippi Valley State leads l-AA the official statistics.) McCumber won his second of the Sports Editor, Southern Illinoisan: I am a parent whose daughter is a letter girl on the Marion pom-pon squad. I am writing this letter because I am very upset over the con teams in scoring with a 37.4 average. SIU is averaging 36.1 points per game. The Salukis moved from year, and third of his career, with a 266 total, 18 under par. The victory ninth to fourth nationally in total duct of the Mount Vernon Ram defense with their effort Saturday. SIU is allowing 224.1 yards per game. Salukis' kicker Ron Miller is 15th in individual scoring, aver girls behinds. Where was the Mount Vernon coach? He was right there with his team, encouraging them and their unsportsmanlike conduct. And this team was picked as team of the week! There is absolutely no reason that any football team should act the way Mount Vernon did. This team and coach owes an apology to Marion High School, the band, the pom-pon squad and the parents. If this is the way Mount Vernon conducts its football team, it should not be allowed to play in the South Seven Conference or any other conference. Shirley Emsting Marion aging 7.4 points per game. Schlichtor to Ohio U. Suspended Baltimore Colts' quar football players. Then I heard that WCIL radio gave Mount Vernon the Team of the Week trophy, I was down right mad. For the pre-game show our band and the pom-pon squad marched in the rain on the football field. The Mount Vernon football team would not go to the sidelines, so our kids had to march around and through the team. This was rude to say the least. Not only would they not move off of the field, the players were pushing our girls and band (one band member fell to the ground). They were stepping on our kids toes, yelling obsenities and slapping and pinching the pom-pon terback Art Schlichter will apparently attend classes at Ohio Univer sity's Chillicothe branch governed by neither the NCAA nor the National Association of Intercollegiate WW 6ASIK) g? GAWH Athletics, coach Corky Miller said, referring to Schlichter's profes ML Vernon coach Brad Pancoast said his team was off the field at sional status. Schlichter, an All- was worth $45,000 from the total purse of $250,000 and boosted his seasons's earnings to a career-high $268,294. "I have mixed emotions," he said. "I'm glad it (the season) is over. It's been a long year. "But I'm 35 under (par) for my last eight rounds. I've finished second and first. In a way, I wish there were a few more tournaments." But the book was closed on the 1983 season. And it closed with Fuzzy Zoeller, Calvin Peete and Lyn Lott on the outside looking in. "Disappointed? No," said Zoeller, who took his aching back into the final event of the season as the only man with a chance to overtake Player of the Year Hal Sutton -who did not play in Pensacola as the season's leading money-winner. Zoeller needed a finish of fourth or better to make it. He won $1,908 in a tie for 25th on a score of 71-280, and finished the year at $417,597. Sutton, the PGA champion, won the Arnold Palmer Trophy as the year's leading money-winner at $426,668. Peete, the defending champion at Pensacola, came in needing a total score of 269 to go past Ray Floyd in RAD 7:15. which is what conference State basketball player while in rules dictate - high school, attempted to play bas ketball while at student at Ohio Armstrong tires State, but, after seeing little action as a reserve one season, decided to TUB OIRINOADU NWORMina M.F.G. concentrate on football Littler wins No trcdo-ln nooded FAOT QCRVICE NO APPT. NECE08ARY Gene Littler fired a 5-under par 67 Sunday at Chiyoda, Japan to win DOUDLE-OTEEL RADIALO MOUNTED FREE the Coca-Cola Grand Slam Gol w sna cars til Tins FI3$T OiLIIY Championship for senior profes 3 50 4-2 1 5 2 1 4-4-0 Boston 1 1 .500 New Jersey 1 1 .500 Washington 0 2 .000 Central Division sionals with a 276. . Miller Barber Football NFL American Conference East Oregon Arizona St. Arizona Wash. St. California Oregon St. Stanford 2 20 21-1 2-2-1 2 3 0 13 1 1-3 0 140 1 3-4-1 Milwaukee 2-6-0 Chicago 1-7-0 Atlanta Detroit the second and third round leader was runner-up with 278 after shoot ing 71 Sunday. For his victory, Lit P185R13 (BR78X13) P185R14 (DR78X14) P195R14 (ER78X14). W L T Pet. PF PA 1.000 1.000 .500 .500 .000 .000 Vi IV lVa 26 Cleveland Indiana 6 3 0 .667 173 182 6 3 0 .667 199 147 5 4 0 .556 166 197 4 5 0 .444 199 189 tier received $50,000. Buffalo Miami Baltimore New England N.Y. Jets Western Conference Midwest Division 4 5 0 .444 194 185 Central 7 2 0 .778 227 165 7-0-1 7-1-0 6-1-1 5 20 63-0 5 2-1 37.95 40.95 41.95 42.95 45.95 52.95 42.95 45.95 Houston l 0 1.000 Dallas 1 1 .500 Denver . 1 1 .500 San Antonio 1 1 .500 Pittsburgh Cleveland Cincinnati Houston Vt Va Va IV lVa Monday Night Game 5 4 0 3 6 0 0 9 0 .556 181 206 .333 170 181 .000 152 247 Late Saturday Games Florida St. 29, Arizona St. Southeastern Georgia 4 0-0 Auburn 4-0-0 Florida 3-1-0 Alabama 3-1-0 Tennessee 2-1-0 Kentucky 1-20 Mississippi St. 0-4-0 Mississippi 2-20 LSU 0-40 Vanderbilt 0-4 0 Southwest Texas - 4-0-0 Texas Tech 3-1-0 So. Methodist 3-1-0 Arkansas 3-1-0 Texas A6.M 2 2-1 Houston 2 3-0 Baylor 2-2-1 Texas Christian 1-4-0 Rice 0-6-0 Western Athletic 2- 6-0 Kansas City 0 2 .000 4 5-0 Utah 0 2 .000 3 5 0 Pacific Division 2 6 0 Golden State 2 0 1.000 Los Angeles 2 0 1.000 7-0-0 Portland 1 1 .500 3- 4 0 San Diego 1 1 .500 6-1-0 Seattle 1 1 .500 West 6 3 0 .667 153 6 3 0 .667 242 5 4 0 .556 219 4 5 0 .444 182 3 5 0 .375 197 Denver L .A. Raiders Seattle Kansas City 147 204 206 160 225 P205R14 P215R14 P225R14 P205R15 P215R15 P225R15 P235R15 (FR78X14). (GR78X14) (HR78X14) (FR78x15). (GR78x15) (HR78X15) (LR78X15). iggios returns San Diego 1 1 1 IV National Conference Phoenix 0 1 .000 East kins' to Reds Dallas Washington Philadelphia St. Louis N.Y. Giants 8 1 0 6 2 0 4 5 0 3 5 1 2 6 1 .889 291 .750 267 .444 138 .389 198 .278 166 195 187 167 269 214 flneup Tires Mounted Free Plus F.I.T. FROM H O to W W PER TIRE 46.95 48.95 Central 6 3 0 .667 215 5-2-0 3- 4 1 3 5-0 5 2-1 161 18 0 7-1-0 4- 40 6 20 4-40 3 50 3-50 2-2-1 2 6-1 1-6-0 225 188 267 198 227 Minnesota Detroit Green Bay Chicago Tampa Bay 4 5 0 .444 202 4 5 0 .444 240 3 6 0 .333 170 0 9 0 .000 141 Saturday's Late Results Los Angeles 120, Utah 115 San Diego 141, Denver 128 Golden State 97, Portland 95 Sunday's Games Seattle 121, Kansas City 116 San Antonio 123, Dallas 101 Today's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games Cleveland at New Jersey, (n) Chicago at Philadelphia, (n) Milwaukee at Detroit, (n) Houston at Indiana, (n) Washington at Atlanta, (n) Portland at San Antonio, (n) Golden State at Kansas City, (n) Dallas at Denver, (n) Seattle at Phoenix, (n) Brigham Young Utah Air Force Wyoming Colorado St. New Mexico Hawaii San Diego St. Texas-El Paso 500 4 30 3 20 2 20 3 20 120 1-1-1 1-3-1 0-4 0 Compare Quality Compare Price! You'll Save At Bucks! West 4 PLY POLYEOTERO Late Saturday Results Hawaii 25, Texas-El Paso 24 l-A Independents nut MOUNTING TIRtS FlrifT QUALITY Miami, Fla. Hockey NHL Wales Conference Patrick Division W L T Pts GF 8-1-0 6-2 0 6-1-0 6 2-0 6 2-0 6-20 5- 20 6- 2-0 540 4-3-0 3 40 4 5-0 3 40 350 3-5 0 2-4-0 2 6 0 260 1-6 0 0-6 0 West Virginia Boston Col. E. Carolina So. Mississippi Pittsburgh Virginia Tech Notre Dame Penn State Florida St. So. Carolina Tulane Memphis St. Louisville Syracuse Rutgers Army Navy Temple S.W. Louisiana A78x13 Vhitewalls . . 25.95 B78x13 Vhitewalls . . 26.95 E78x14 Vhitewalls. . . 29.95 F78x14 Whiteralls. . . 30.95 G78x14 Vhitewalls ..31.95 1178x14 Vhitewalls . . 34.95 G78x15 Vhitewalls ..31.95 H78x15 Vhitewalls . . 32.95 1.78x15 Vhitewalls. . . 34.95 9 3 1 19 55 justments for Luther during the game if he is the quarterback." Fouts is just one of San Diego's key casualties. Running backs Chuck Muncie and James Brooks are questionable and wide receiver Wes Chandler was sidelined earlier in the week with a bruised kidney. The Chargers have not scored a touchdown in six quarters, but Luther is convinced that can't go on for long. "I know what kind of potential is on this team," he said. Luther has completed 32 of 63 passes for 299 yards and one touchdown. His efficiency rating is a lowly 43.3, compared to Fouts 92.2. The Redskins have won six of their last seven games and 14 of 16, but are 0-2 in Monday night games this year, losing to Dallas 31-30 and Green Bay 48-47. But this time Washington, the league's highest scoring team, is facing the NFL's third-worst defense, a young unit that is coughing up 28 points per game. An .ominous note for the Chargers, who could be headed for their first losing season in seven years: The Redskins have scored 37 points or more in their last four games. SAN DIEGO (AP) - Running back John Riggins returns to the Washington Redskins' high-flying offense tonight against the battered San Diego Chargers, a team on the brink of disaster. Coach Joe Gibbs said Riggins, out last week with a back injury, will replace Joe Washington as the starter in Washington's one-back offensive formation. The Redskins, defending Super Bowl champions, need a victory to stay on the heels of the Dallas Cowboys, leaders of the NFC Eastern Division with an 8-1 record. Washington, 6-2, is rated a three-point favorite over the Chargers, who are 3-5 and likely to be without All-Pro quarterback Dan Fouts for the second week in a row. Fouts has a strained muscle in his right shoulder and a club spokesman said it is "99 percent certain" he won't play. With Fouts out, four-year pro Ed Luther would make only the second start of his career. Last week, he was unable to produce a touchdown in a 14-6 loss at Denver. "We've been getting ready for Fouts and that's what we'll continue to do," said Gibbs. "We'll make ad- 18 55 12 50 10 35 GA 36 43 49 37 46 53 Philadelphia NY Rangers NY isles Washington Pittsburgh San Fran. 6 3 0 .667 261 184 L.A. Rams 5 4 0 .556 201 200 New Orleans 5 4 0 .556 203 203 Atlanta 4 5 0 .444 196 179 Sunday's Games Detroit 38, Chicago 17 St. Louis 41, Minnesota 31 Atlanta 24, New England 13 Buffalo 27, New Orleans 21 Pittsburgh 17, Tampa Bay 12 Baltimore 22, Philadelphia 21 ' Dallas 38, New York Giants 20 Cleveland 25, Houston 19, OT ' Miami 30, L.A. Rams 14 ' Seattle 34, L. A. Raiders 21 Denver 27, Kansas City 24 New York Jets 27, San Fran 13 Cincinnati 34, Green Bay 14 Today's Game Washington at San Diego, 8 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 6 Atlanta at New Orleans Cincinnati at Houston Tampa Bay at Minnesota Dallas at Philadelphia Cleveland vs. Green Bay at 'Milwaukee Los Angeles Raiders at Kansas City San Diego at Pittsburgh Buffalo at New England Miami at San Francisco Denver at Seattle Chicago at Los Angeles Rams Baltimore at New York Jets St. Louis at Washington Monday, Nov. 7 New York Giants at Detroit COLLEGE FOOTBALL Conference Standings New Jersey Adams Division 28 29 49 69 47 36 48 15 15 14 9 8 Boston Quebec Buffalo Hartford Montreal 30 48 44 41 47 MIS FIT. TU FtSmntiUIIF'tfTIri EOTltttnEUCtl Campbell Conference Norrls Division Chicago Toronto St. Louis Detroit Minnesota 8 4 6 4 6 5 4 3 3 7 Computer Balancing Available Smytne Division 52 61 39 37 39 62 41 59 40 44 40 58 39 40 60 52 45 56 62 47 Edmonton 9 2 1 19 1 11 1 11 2 8 4 8 5 6 5 6 3 7 2 5 Calgary Vancouver Winnipeg Los Angeles Sunday's Games 9-0-0 6 30 53 1 2-7 0 6-30 1-8-0 0-7-1 Division l-AA Top 20 1. SIU (9-0) beat N. Mexico St. 41 3 2. Holy Cross (8-0) beat Columbia 77-28 3. E. Kentucky (5 0-1) lost to Murray St. 23-10 4. N.E. Louisiana (6 1) beat McNeese St. 37 6 5. N. Texas St. (5-3) lost to Louisiana Tech 25-18 6. Jackson St. (7-2) lost to S.E. Louisiana 9-7 7. E. Illinois (6 2) lost to NO. 20 Indiana St. 17-13 8. Furman (5-1-1) beat Davidson 55-7 9. Mid Tenn St. (71) beat Youngstown St. 35 24 10. S. Carolina St. (6 2) did not play 11. Nevada-Reno (4 4) lost to Northern Arizona 41-38 12. Delaware St (6-2) lost to Tow-son St. 23 18 12. Tennessee St. (6-1-1) beat No. 14 Southern U. 49-24 14. Southern U. (6 2) lost to No. 12 Tennessee St. 49-24 15. Idaho St. (6-2) beat Fullerton St. 43-10 16. Grambllng (5 1-2) beat Texas Southern 55-0 17. Rhode Island (5 3) lost to N. Hampshire 14-13 18. Tenn-Chattanooga (5 3) lost to W. Carolina 25 15 19. Idaho (6-2) beat Pacific .31-19 20. Indiana St. (6-3) beat No. 7 E. Illinois 17-13 All tiros first quality 175x13 (BR78x13) 61.95 185x13 (CR78x13) 63.95 185x14 (DR78x14 & ER78x14) 68.95 P195x14 (ER78x14) 74.S5 P205x14 (FR78x14) 77.95 P215x14 (GR78x14) 79.95 P22Sx14 (HR78x14) 81.95 P2C5x15 (FR78x15) 76.95 P215x15(GR78x15) 79.95 P225x15 (HR78x15) 81.95 P235x15 (LR78x15) 89.95 Plus F.E.T. from 1.99 to 3.65 par tire Over 1 000 MICHELINS in Stock Buffalo 5, Montreal 4 Islanders 6, Philadelphia 2 Edmonton 5, Rangers 4, OT Pittsburgh 5, New Jersey 3 Calgary A, Vancouver 3, OT Chicago 6, Hartford 1 Washington 7, Winnipeg 3 Today's Games No games scheduled Missouri Valley .SIU 3-0-0 .Tulsa 3-0-0 .Illinois St. 2-1-1 .Wichita St. 2-2 0 .Indiana St. 1-2-0 .Drake 1-4 0 .W. Texas St. 0-2-1 Division I A Atlantic Coast .Maryland 4-0-0 .No. Carolina 3-1-0 .Virginia 2-20 .Georgia Tech 1-2 0 .Duke 1-2-0 .Wake Forest 1-3-0 .N. Carolina St. 1-3 0 .Clemson 0-0-0 Prep Volleyball Terriers, McLeansboro favorites computer AMfln AvaMabt 710 710 5-3 0 1-70 1-7-0 4-50 260 6 11 Transactions Football National Football League NEW YORK GIANTS Activated Harry Carson, linebacker. Waived Danny Pittman, wide receiver. Added Charles Cook, defensive end, to the active roster. Flora Regional winner Clay City against Du Quoin. The Indians, 11-8, beat West Frankfort in two games Thursday night. Late Saturday Result . S. Carolina 31, N.C. State 17 400 900 4 0-0 6 20 310 530 2 2 06-2 Big Eight Nebraska Oklahoma Missouri Oklahoma St. Iowa St. 220 350 Kansas 1-3-0 0-4 0 Colorado Volleyball Road Running BUCKY'S SUPER SPECIALS (OVER 2,000 TIRES AT SUPER PRICES) P165x13 Whitewalls-Blems . .$29.95 P195x14 Whitewalls 35.95 P205x14 Whitewalls 39.95 P215x14 Whitewalls. 40.85 P205x15 Whitewalls 39.S5 P215x15 Whitewalls .40.95 P225x15 Whitewalls 42.95 P235x15 Whitewalls 43.95 8.75x16.5 8-Ply 64.95 7.50x16 8-Ply Snow .62.95 0-4 0 Kansas St. Mid-American 600 Toledo 600 3 4 1 26-0 26-0 80-0 7 10 630 530 5 30 4-40 350 260 1-7-0 WOMEN'S COLLEGE At SIU Western Illinois beat SIU, 8-15, 11-15, 10-15 (SIU, 7-20, plays this weekend at Drake and Northern lowa) N. Illinois Ball St. C. Michigan Bowling Green W. Michigan 'Ohio U. Miami, Oh. E. Michigan 420 4 20 4-20 2-40 240 2-40 06 0 Carbondale and McLeansboro look to be the top area contenders this week in their respective girls' volleyball sectional tournaments. The Terriers, 25-5, will be going for a fifth title in six years at the Salem Class AA Sectional. Carbondale faces Mount Vernon a team they defeated twice during South Seven Conference play in the second game of Tuesday's opening night at Salem. Carbondale, composed mostly of juniors off last season's super-sectional team, could be headed for a Collinsville Supersectional showdown on Saturday with any one of three powerful Metro East teams. Belleville West, Collinsville and East St. Louis are looked as favorites in the Belleville West Sectional. Meanwhile, McLeansboro, which gained its first-ever regional title Friday night, carries a 24-2 record into the Eldorado Class A Sectional. The Foxes' two losses this season have been to Grayville and Noble. McLeansboro takes on Mount Car-mel in the first match, followed by 0 80 060 -Kent St ALIASES FACTCIY CHUMXTEEO mttcrrT rcwi ? is to i ts wi t m) Lata Saturday Results Ball St. 33, E. Michigan 20 Toledo 37, Kent St. 34 W. Michigan 16, Ohio U. 14 CLASS A SECTIONALS At Eldorado Tuesday 7 p.m. McLeansboro (24-2) vs. Mount Carmel 05-3); 8:15 p.m. Clay City (18 6) vs. Du Quoin (11 8). Thursday 7 p.m. Championship, Tuesday's winners play for the title. At Freeburg Tuesday 7 p.m. Marissa (24-4) vs. Sandoval (23-1); 8:15 p.m. Freeburg (22-7) vs. Breese Mater Del (25-3). Thursday 7 p.m. Championship, Tuesday's winners play for the title. The two sectional champions play Saturday at 7 p.m. In the Nashville Supersectional. CLASS AA SECTIONALS At Belleville West Tuesday 7 p.m. Belleville West (25-3) vs. Jacksonville (18-7); 8:15 p.m. Collinsville (21-5) vs. East St. Louis (20-4). Thursday 7 p.m. Championship, Tuesday's winners play for the title. At Salem Tuesday 7 p.m. Highland (16-8) vs. Charleston (14-9); 8:15 p.m. Mount Vernon (15-9) vs. Carbondale (25-5). Thursday 7 p.m. Championship, Tuesday's winners play for the title. The two sectional champions play Saturday at 7 p.m. In the Collinsville Supersectional. Pacific coast 'Fullerton St. Saturday At SIU Carbondale Halloween Classic ( kilometers) Male Results 1. Joe Banks 26:00.7; 2. Brian Stuart 26:37.9;. 3. Robert Sams 27:12.0; 4. Doug Wheeler 26:35.2; 5. Paul Atwood 27:43.0 19 and under Chuck Arehart 28:21.2; 20 to 24 Tom Dooley 28:43.4; 23 to 29 Mark Peter-burs 30:01.9; 30 to 34 Dennis Wescott 28.14.5; 33 to 39-Keith McQuarrie 29:33; 40 to 44 Darren Clendenln 33:19.7; 43 to 49 Phil Robertson 31:40.1; 50 to 54 John Howie 42:44.5; 53 to 59 Charles Maxwell 51:00.1; 40 and over Jim Gleason 41:15.9 Female Results 1. Laura Brewer 31:46.2; 2. Terrl Schneider 34:00.9; 3. Sue Wright 34:07.6; 4. Kim Duke 35:03.2; 5. Bertie Fleming 37:52.3 19 and under Sarah Dobie 44:21.4; 20 to 24 Jennifer Horn 38:14.9; 23 to 29 Sara Idleman 38:59.0; 30 to 34 Becky Reed 38:36.1; 33 to 3t Brenda Harrison 41:38.2; 43 to 49 Sharon Russell. 6 2 0 5 20 3 40 530 5-20 440 160 4 0-0 3 10 2 2-0 2-1-0 1-20 120 050 San Jose St. Utah St. Nevada L.V. 'Long Beach St Fresno St. 'Pacific OUR VOLUME BUYING SAVES YOU tej. LTTiV. ctuSGSN visa Field Hockoy WOMEN'S COLLEGE At SIU (Friday) James Madison 1, SIU 0 (Saturday) Southwest Missouri 4, SIU 0 (SIU, 8-11-3, plays this weekend at the Gateway Conference tournament at Macomb.) Basketball NBA Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB New York 2 0 1.000 Philadelphia 2 0 1.000 000 350 N. Mexico St. Lit Saturday Games Fresno St. 30, Cat Poly SLO 7 . Idaho St 43, Fullerton St. 10 E. Wash 20, L Beach St. 17 Idaho 31, Pacific 19 Pac 10 UCLA 40-1 431 Washington 3-1-0 6-20 USC 310 3-4-1 Ivvyl t i -VSO'lMO APPOINTMENT NECESSARY

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