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, V ,. , .9mmiV ,., .1 , wwry.v w w , w , r , , , w w. 4D DETROIT FREE PRESSSATURDAY, NOV. 15, 1980 222-6720 sportlino for the latest sports scores and results HHD 6Gbg nop National Baslcotball Assn. Eastern Conference Western Conference CENTRAL W L Pet. GB PACIFIC W L Pet. GB Milwaukee 14 4 .777 Phoenix 14 2 .875 Indiana 9 8 .529 42 Los Angeles 12 5 .706 2 Chicago 6 10 .375 7 Golden State 10 6 .625 4 Atlanta 5 12 .294 8 Seattle 7 10 .412 7ft Cleveland 5 14 .263 9 ft San Diego 6 10 .375 8 Detroit 3 14 .176 10 Portland 5 10 .333 8 ATLANTIC W L Pet. GB MIDWEST W L Pet. GB Phlla. 14 3 .824 - San Antonio 13 5 .722 - New York 11 3.787 1 Utah 11 6.647 1 Boston 9 5 .643 3 Houston 6 7 .462 4 New Jersey 7 9.438 6ft Kansas City 8 11.421 5 Washington 6 10 .375 7 Denver 6 10 .375 6 Dallas 2 15 .118 10 PISTONS NEXT SEVEN DAYS: Sunday at New Jersey, Tuesday home vs. Indiana, Thursday (Nov. 20) home vs. San Diego, Saturday (Nov. 22) home vs. New Jersey. Pistons last year: 6-12, .333, 6th place, 5 behind. Pistons at Home: 1-7; Pistons on the Road: 2-7. FRIDAY'S RESULTS Chicago at DETROIT, night. New Jersey at Boston, night. Washington at Indiana, night. Portland at Dallas, night. , New York at Milwaukee, night. Houston at Utah, night. San Diego at Los Angeles, night. Kansas City at Seattle, night. SATURDAY'S GAMES National Football League National Conference American Conference CENTRAL W L T PF PA CENTRAL W L T PF PA Detroit 6 4 0 210 188 Cleveland 7 3 0 229 207 Minnesota 5 5 0 178 180 Houston 7 3 0 195 178 Green Bay 4 5 1 155 204 Pittsburgh 6 4 0 262 214 Tampa Bay 4 5 1 174 200 Cincinnati 3 7 0 142 187 Chicago 4 6 0 169 172 EASTERN W L T PF PA EASTERN W L T PF PA Philadelphia 9 1 0 268 135 New England 7 3 0 288 221 Dallas 7 3 0 290 195 Buffalo 7 3 0 224 175 St. Louis 3 7 0 208 220 Baltimore 5 5 0 221 211 Washington 3 7 0 158 208 Miami 5 5 0 158 191 NY Giants 2 8 0 158 299 NY Jets 2 8 0 176 243 WESTERN W L T PF PA WESTERN W L T PF PA Atlanta 7 3 0 264 189 Oakland 7 3 0 259 219 Los Angeles 6 4 0 277 214 San Diego 6 4 0 285 204 San Fran. 3 7 0 213 293 Denver 5 5 0 180 198 New Orleans 0 10 0 168 310 Kansas City 5 5 0 200 220 Seattle 4 6 0 195 229 SUNDAY Baltimore at DETROIT, 1 p.m., WJR-760 AM, Channel O. Buffalo at Clnncinnati, 1 p.m. Cleveland at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Green Bay at NY Giants, 1 p.m. LA at New England, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Wash., 1 p.m. "S GAMES Tampa Bay at Minnesota, 2 p.m. St. Louis at Dallas, 2 p.m. San Francisco at Miami, 4 p.m., Channel O . Houston at Chicago, 4 p.m., WNIC-1310 AM. Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m. NY Jets at Denver, 4 p.m. HI sports on television radio MONDAY'S GAME Oakland at Seattle, 9 p.m., WWJ-950 AM, Channel O . Wash, at Atlanta, 7:35 p.m. Cleveland at New York, 8 p.m. New Jersey at Phlla., 8 p.m. Utah at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Portland at Denver, 9:35 p.m. KC at San Diego, 10 p.m. Phoenix at Golden St., 11 p.m. Houston at Seattle, 11 p.m. THURSDAY'S RESULTS Cleveland 114, Atlanta 111. I San Antonio 113, San Diego Philadelphia 130, Indiana 103. 107. (Home teams in italics) National Hockey League pro hockey Wales Conference Campbell Conference NORRIS W L T GF GA Pt SMYTHE W L T GF GA Pt L.Angeles 11 4 1 73 55 23 St. Louis 10 4 3 68 59 23 Montreal 8 7 1 71 50 17 Vancouver 9 5 2 65 56 20 Hartford 5 7 4 52 69 14 Chicago 6 7 5 68 78 17 Pittsburgh 5 9 2 60 73 12 Colorado 6 6 4 57 65 16 Detroit 3 10 3 54 70 9 Edmonton 3 7 5 48 60 11 Winnipeg 1 9 5 57 77 7 ADAMS W L T GF GA Pt PATRICK W L T GF GA Pt Minnesota 9 2 3 67 44 21 Philadelphia 12 3 2 75 41 26 Buffalo 8 2 5 55 40 21 NY Islanders 8 5 4 70 66 20 Toronto 8 5 2 67 61 18 Calgary 8 5 4 66 64 20 Boston 3 9 3 47 55 9 Washington 4 5 7 52 49 15 Quebec 2 9 5 57 72 9 NY Rangers 3 12 2 55 83 8 WINGS NEXT SEVEN DAYS: Saturday at Philadelphia, Wednesday at Quebec, Thursday (Nov. 20) at Montreal. Wings last year: 6-8-2, 5th place, 9 points behind. Wings at Home: 3-2-2; Wings on the Road 0-8-1. FRIDAY'S RESULTS Pittsburgh at NY Rangers, night. St. Louis at Colorado, night. Montreal at Vancouver, night. SATURDAY'S GAMES DETROIT at Philadelphia, 1:30 p.m., Ch. 03 . Washington at Hartford, 7:35 p.m. Buffalo at NY Islanders, 8 p.m. Boston at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Edmonton at Toronto, 8 p.m., CHYR-710 AM. Chicago at Minnesota, 9 p.m. St. Louis at Los Angeles, 10 p.m. THURSDAY'S RESULTS Winnipeg 5, Boston 5. Philadelphia 8, Edmonton 1. Chicago 4, Calgary 4. (Home teams in italics) NHL Overall Standings (Through Thursday, Nov. 13) Team 1. Philadelphia 2. Los Angeles 3. SI. Louis 4. Minnesota 5. Buffalo 6. Vancouver 7. NY Islanders 1 Calgary 9. Toronto 10. Montreal 11. Chicago 12. Colorado 13. Washington 14. Hartford 15. Pittsburgh 16. Edmonton 17. Boston II. Detroit 19. Quebec 20. NY Rangers 21. Winnipeg Note: The top It teams wHI qualify for the Stanley Cup Playoffs. op w I t of ga pts pet. 17 12 3 2 75 41 26 .765 16 11 4 1 73 55 23 .719 17 10 4 3 68 59 23 .676 14 9 2 3 67 44 21 .750 15 8 2 5 55 40 21 .700 16 9 5 2 65 56 20 .625 17 8 5 4 70 66 20 . 588 17 8 5 4 66 64 20 .588 15 8 5 2 67 61 18 .600 16 8 7 I 71 50 17 .531 19 6 7 5 68 78 17 .447 17 6 6 4 57 65 16 .471 16 4 5 7 52 49 15 .469 16 5 7 4 52 69 14 .438 16 5 9 2 60 73 12 .375 15 3 7 5 48 60 11 .367 15 3 9 3 47 55 9 .300 16 3 10 3 54 70 9 .281 16 2 9 5 57 72 9 .281 17 3 12 2 55 83 8 .265 15 1 9 5 57 77 7 .233 boxing Thursday's Fights BILBAO, Spain - (AP) - Andonl Amana, 155, Soaln, outpointed Saensak Muangsurln, 151, Thailand, 10. CHICAGO - (AP) - James Tillls, 206, Chicago, stopped Domingo D'Elia, 211, Argentina, 4, heavyweights; Mike Rossman, 172, Turnerville, N.J., outpointed Luke Capuano, 176, Chicago, 10, light-heavyweights; Lee Roy Murphy, Chicago, stopped Roger Moore, Chicago, 2, light-heavvwelghts. LOS ANGELES - (AP) - Rocky Garcia, 127, Placentia, Calif., stopped Rafael Gondarilia, 125 -i, Mexico Citv, 4, featherweights. transactions Baseball American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS Named Tom Morgan and Merv Retlenmund to their coaching staff. National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS-Named Larry Sherry minor league pitching instructor. Basketball "" National Baskelba Association DETROIT PISTONS-Signed Larry Wright, guard. Waived Tony Fuller, guard. Football National Football Leavue HOUSTON OILERS-Waived Curley Culp, noseguard. Signed Charlie Davis, defensive tackle. looking back Nov. 15 1932 - Left winger Johnny Sorrell's hat trick paces the Red Wings over the NY Americans, 6-2. 1941 - MSU trounces Temple, 46-0, behind Mike Schelb's two touchdowns on punt returns. QB Bob Sherman adds a pair of TD runs. 1944 - An NHL record for the fastest five goals scored by both teams (1:39) is set in the Red Wings' 8-4 win over the Leafs. In the third period, Ted Kennedy (Tor ) scores at 10:36 and 10:55, Hal Jackson (Del.) at 11:48, Sieve Wochy (Del.) at 12 02 and Don Grosso (Del.) al 12:15. 1951 - Yankee Inflelder Gil McDougald and Giant outfielder Willie Mays are named Rookies of the Year In Iheir respective leagues. 1953 - The Lions beat the Packers, 14-7 on three second-half pass Interceptions by Yale Lary and a pair of touchdown passes from Bobby Layne. Layne hit Doak Walker with en B3-yarder and Leon Horl with a 21-yarder for the scores. 1972 - Roy Edwards records his second shutout of the season as the Red Wings blank the California Golden Seals 4-0. Mickey Redmond, Marcel Dlonne, Guy Charron and Len Fontaine score the Wing goals. 1977 - The Red Wings acquire forwards Vaclav Nedomansky and Tim Sheehv from The Birmingham Bulls of the WHA for Steve Durbano, Dave Hanson and future a alterations. Thursday night Flyers 8, Oilers 1 Edmonton o 0 1-1 Philadelphia I 3 4 lst-1, Philadelphia, Kerr 4 (Wilson, Murray), 4:27. Penalties-Barnes, Phi, 12:22; Lowe, Edm, 19:38. 2d 2, Philadelphia. Proop 5 (Leach Clarke), :20. 3, Philadelphia, MacLeish 10 (Kerr, Holmgren), 2:13. 4, Philadelphia, MacLeish 11 (Bathe, Hill), 7:24. Penal ties-Hughes, Edm, 1:58, Clarke, Phi, 5:21 Hughes, Edm, 12:37; Holmgren, Phi, 18:53. 3d-5, Philadelphia, Barber 15 (Leach, Bathe), 6:26. 6, Philadelphia Holmgren 4 Kerr, MacLeish). 10:28 Philadelphia, Hill 5 (Gorence, Bridgman) 10:57. 8, Philadelphia. Barber 16 (Morri son, MacLeish), 12:23. 9, Edmonton, Mes sier i (Murdoch, semenko), 18:29. Penal-tles-Lowe, Edm, 8:39; Wilson, Phi, 16:04. SHOTS-Edmonton 6-7-7-20. Phila delphia 8-13-11-32. GOALIES-Edmonton, Low. Phila delphla, St. Croix. A-17,077. Bruins 5, Jets 5 Winnipeg 4 10-S Boston 2 2-1 lst-1, Winnipeg, Christian 4 (Gef-frlon), 4:34. 2, Winnipeg, Manery 2 (Chris- Han, Wilson), 6:09. 3, Winnipeg, Manery 3 (Wilson, Babvch), 14:15. 4, Boston, Ratelle I (O'Nelllv, Mllburv), 17:44. 5, Winnipeg, uaoven 3 (Christian), 19:21. Penalties Foster, Bos, 5:14; Spring, Win, 10:46; uupont, win, 13:46. 2d-6, Boston, Redmond 3 (McCrim mon, Foster), 7:35. 7, Winnipeg, Christian 5 (bertrion, steen), 8 44. 8, Boston, Middieton 6 (Kosper, Park), 9:21. Penal ties-Spring, Win, 6:00; Pederson, Bos, :u; fork, bos, 10:42; Babych, Win, 19:13. 3d-9, Boston, Ratelle 2 (O'Reilly, Marcotte), 6:32. 10, Boston, Marcotte 4 (McCrlmmon), 9:51. Penally, Milbury, Bos, 10:02. SHOTS-Winnipeg 7-5-10-22. Boston 13-6-11-30. GOALIES-Wlnnlpeo. Hamel. Boston. Vachon. A-8089 Flames 4, Black Hawks 4 Chicago 2 i 1-4 Calgarv 1 1 1-4 lst-1, Calgary, Reinharf 4 (Nilsson, Chouinard), 9:49. 2, Chicago, Ruskowski 4 (Preston, Mulvey), 12:56. 3, Chicago, O'Connell 2 (Lyslak, Preston), 19:12. Penalties-Murdoch, Cal, 1:43; Smith, Cal, 4:49; Sedlbauer, Chi, 6:41; Hutchison, Chi, minor-malor, 9:05; Smith, Cal, maior, 9:05; Russell, Cal, 10:23; Clement, Cal, 12:33; Plelt, Cal, 16:48; Fox, Chi, 19:19. 2d-4, Calgary, Chouinard 10 (Lever), 2:26. 5, Calgary, Reinharf 5 (Nilsson, MacMillan), 9:44. 6, Chicago, Sedlbauer 3 (Sutter), 10:38. Penally- Lecuyer, Chi, 11:26. 3d-7, Calgary, Chouinard 11 (Nilsson, Relnhart), 2:40. 8, Chicago, Preston 7 (Ruskowski, Mulvev), 7:21. Penalties-O'Connell, Chi, 1.04; Plett, Cal, 4:19. SHOTS-Chlcago 10-11-8-29. Calgary 6-11-4-21. GOALIES-Chlcago, Esposito. Calgary, Rlggln. A-7,243. International League Eastern Division Saginaw Toledo Port Huron Flint L T 7 1 10 1 7 2 7 2 Western Division Pts. GF GA 13 64 60 69 95 61 60 59 72 13 10 10 Fort Wayne Milwaukee Muskegon Kalamazoo W 10 L T 2 1 7 1 6 0 7 0 Pts. GF 21 73 Friday's Games Saginaw at Flint Kalamazoo at Muskegon Thursday's Result Milwaukee 5, Toledo 2 . American League Northern Division W L T Pts. GF GA Nova Scotia 8 6 1 17 59 44 Maine 8 4 0 16 42 42 Springfield 6 4 1 13 40 37 New Brunswick 3 6 4 10 41 49 Southern Division W L T Pts. GF GA Adirondack 9 7 1 19 62 56 Rochester 7 5 1 15 56 48 Hershev 6 6 0 12 36 35 Blnghamlon 5 9 1 11 50 56 New Haven 4 9 2 10 46' 64 (S If "f- 3 "vSr Jimmy the Greek latest line televisionSaturday noon OGDtBtBQDCD College Football pre-game show. 12:25 p.m. O GD ID (B 83 CD College Football: Purdue at Michigan. 1:30 p.m. QD Red Wing Hockey: Detroit at Philadelphia. 3:00 p.m. H2I CFL Football: Western Conference finals, Winnipeg at Edmonton. 3:45 p.m. O CD (B B 63 ED College Football: Notre Dame vs. Alabama at Birmingham. 4:30 p.m. O O O -M )(D (D) Q) Sports Spectacular: The Los Angeles Times 500. 8:00 p.m. ) O NHL Hockey: Edmonton at Toronto. 10:30 p.m. ) MSU Football: Michigan State at Minnesota (taped) . Sunday 11:00 a.m. O Michigan Replay: U-M football hiahlinhts. 1:00 p.m. (B O S) CD O (B NFL Football: Baltimore at Detroit. 1:00 p.m. Cfi-M NFL Football: Green Bay at NY Giants. 2:00 p.m. O (3D CFL Football: Eastern Conference finals, Montreal at Hamilton. 3:30 p.m. (ON-TV) U-M Football: Purdue at Michigan (taped) . 4:00p.m. OQOGD-Mffl WfD (ID NFL Football: San Francisco at Miami. 4:00 p.m. GB GD O CO O (D NFL Football: Houston at Chicago. 11:15 p.m. O Wolverine Football: Purdue at Michigan (taped), midnight ffi Notre Dame Football: Notre Dame vs. Alabama (taped) . Monday 9:00 p.m. O G) CD QD ED Monday Night Football: Oakland at Seattle. radioSaturday 12:25 p.m. U-M Football: Purdue at Michigan, WJR-760 AM, WWJ-950 AM. WPAG-1050 AM. 1:00 p.m. CMU Football: Central Michigan at Western Michigan, WPON-1460 AM. 1:15 p.m. MSU Football: Michigan State at Minnesota, WXYZ-1270 AM. 2:15 p.m. EMU Football: Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois, WPAU-10M f-M. 3:45 p.m. Notre Dame Football: Notre Dame vs. Alabama, WNIC-1310 AM. 8:00 p.m. Maple Leaf Hockey: Edmonton at Toronto, CHYR-710 AM. Sunday 1:00 p.m. Lion Football: Baltimore at Detroit, WJR-760 AM. 4:00 p.m. George Blaha's Sportstalk: With former Piston coach Dick Vitale and former U-M and Lion tight end Ron Kramer, WXYZ-1270 AM. 4:00 p.m. NFL Football: Houston at Chicago, WNIC-1310 AM. 7:30 p.m. Piston Basketball: Detroit at New Jersey, WJR-760 AM. 9:00 p.m. The Sports Exchange: Co-hosts George Eichorn and Phil Guastella with Colleen Howe and Express coach Keith Furphy. WCAR-1090 AM. TANK McNAMARA By Millar-Hinds gljjfM !-A!-C!-W !-0! . . -ife; mmojTSl !Lia I r.-!,...J.,U.. KmlIAT MAICC. r I lADl IE ft K UMIVER5'ITV,S.CMEERIJWNJ& QUAD SO UNUSUAL- l&Tj-lAT TMEV ARE ALL MEMBERS. OF TUE CAMFlk CHAPTER OF 1j-E NATIONAL ORGANIZATION FOR WOMEN H college football Saturday's Games Ero asketball Thursday night Sixers 130, Pacers 103 PHILADELPHIA (130) Ervlng 9 1-1 19, Cureton 7 1-3 IS, C.Jones 4 0-0 8, Cheeks 3 0-06, Tonev 14 4-4 32, Holllns 6 0-012. B.Jones 10 6-7 7 Miv 0 0-0 0, Richardson 4 4-512. Totals 57 16-20 130. INDIANA (103) G.Johnson 5 0-0 10. Bantom 5 1-7 11 Edwards 6 2-2 14, Bradley 5 2-4 12. Kniahl 6 5-7 17, Orr 7 6-9 20, Slchling 0 2-2 2, C.Johnson 1 3-4 5, Natt 5 0-0 10, Miller 1 0-0 2. Totals 41 21-30 103. Philadelphia 21 33 35 34-130 Indiana 26 22 21 34-103 Fouled-None. Total fouls-Philadel-Phla 22, Indiana 20. A 11,421. Cavaliers 114, Hawks 111 ATLANTA (III) Drew 11 17-21 39, Hawes 2 2-2 6, Burleson 3 4-4 10, Hill 2 2-4 6, Johnson 150-1 30, Pellom 4 0-0 8, Collins 3 2-2 8, McMlllen 2 0-0 4, McElrov 0 0-0 0. Totals 42 27-34 111. CLEVELAND (114) Carr 5 7-10 17, Mitchell 3 8-10 14, Lalmbeer 1 1 4-4 26, Bratz 2 2-2 7, Smith 10 0-0 20, Washington 7 4-6 18, Phegley 4 4-4 12, Ford 0 0-0 0, Hughes 0 0-0 0, Kinch 0 0-0 0. Totals 42 29-36 114. Atlanta 29 27 28 27-111 Cleveland 26 25 32 31-114 Fouled out-Drew, Hawes, Laimbeer. Three point goal-Brati. Total fouls- Atlanta 34, Cleveland 28 A-3,987. Spurs 113, Clippers 107 SAN ANTONIO (113) Shumate 3 0-0 6, Olberding 3 2-2 8, G.Johnson 1 0-0 2, Silas 3 0-0 6. Gervin 14 7-12 35, Moore 5 2-4 12, R.Johnson 7 8-11 22, Conine 4 5-8 13, Gale 1 0-0 2, Griffin 3 1-2 7. Totals 44 25-39 113. SAN DIEGO (107) BrOoks 13 2-5 28, Bryanl 6 3-4 15, Nater 8 4-5 20, Smith 6 2-2 14, Taylor 2 0-0 4, Davis I 0-0 2, Wicks 2 0-14, Williams 6 1-2 14, Bibbv 2 0-2 6, Heard 0 0-0 0. Totals 46 12-21 107. San Antonio 31 29 23 30-113 San Diego 22 23 34 28-107 Saturday, Nov. IS (Home teams In CAPITALS) PRO BASKETBALL ATLANTA 1 over Washington PHILADELPHIA 9 over New Jersey NEW YORK 10 over Cleveland SAN ANTONIO 7 over Utah DENVER 5 over Portland SAN DIEGO 1 over Kansas City SEATTLE 3 over Houston GOLDEN STATE I over Phoenix COLLEGE FOOTBALL MICHIGAN 6 over Purdue MINNESOTA 5 over Michigan Slate RUTGERS 5 over West Virginia NORTH CAROLINA STATE 6 over Duke NORTH CAROLINA 16 over Virginia Florida 2 over KENTUCKY MARYLAND 6 over Clemson INDIANA 7 over Illinois Harvard 13 over PENNSYLVANIA SOUTH CAROLINA 15 over Wake Forest Penn Stale 19 over TEMPLE YALE 9 over Princeton BROWN 6 over Dartmouth Pittsburgh 26 over ARMY Cornell 14 over COLUMBIA BOSTON COLLEGE 5 over Syracuse Navy 5 over GEORGIA TECH ARKANSAS 7 over Texas A8.M Miami, Fla. 16 over VANDERBILT Wisconsin 13 over NORTHWESTERN Ohio State 22 over IOWA Mississippi State 4 over LSU (at Jackson) Oklahoma State 3 over KANSAS STATE Georgia 7 over AUBURN OKLAHOMA 8 over Missouri Alabama 8 over N. Dame (at Birmingham) Tennessee 6 over Miss, (al Memphis) Nebraska 21 over IOWA STATE Kansas 7 over COLORADO Baylor 13 over RICE Texas 14 over TEXAS CHRISTIAN Southern Methodist 7 over TEXAS TECH Washington Stale 3 over CALIFORNIA Oregon 20 over OREGON STATE SOUTHERN CAL 11 over Washington TULANE 23 over Memphis Slate UCLA 3 over ARIZONA STATE PRO FOOTBALL (Sunday) Baltimore 3 over DETROIT NEW ENGLAND 3 over Los Angeles Philadelphia 7 over WASHINGTON ATLANTA 11 over New Orleans Buffalo 3 over CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH 6 over Cleveland Green Bay 3 over NY GIANTS DALLAS 10 over SI. Louis MINNESOTA 3 over Tampa Bay SAN DIEGO 8 over Kansas City DENVER 6 over NY Jets Houston 3 over CHICAGO MIAMI 7 over San Franslsco (Mondavi Oakland 3 over SEATTLE East Pitt at Army Syracuse at Boston College Dartmouth al Brown Cornell at Columbia Vlllanova al Holy Cross Harvard al Penn West Virginia at Rutgers Penn State al Temple Princeton al Yale South Notre Dame vs. Alabama at Birmingham Georgia al Auburn Eastern Kentucky at East Carolina Navy al Georgia Tech Florida at Kentucky Cincinnati at Louisville, night Toledo at Marshall Clemson at Maryland Lamar al McNeese Slate, night Louisiana Stale vs. Mississippi State at Jackson, Miss. Virginia al North Carolina Duke al North Carolina Slate Wake Forest at South Carolina Louisiana Tech at Southwestern Louisiana, night Mississippi vs. Tennessee at Memphis Memphis Slate at Tulane, night Miami, Fla. at Vanderblll Virginia Tech vs. VMI at Norfolk NCAA Team Statistics A fjirrii p' n & Jl football Midwest In mm IICKei "dill update "'fin ii Tickets available for next home games of Detroit's pro teams and upcoming events. Lions vs. Baltimore, Nov. 16, 1 p.m.: The Lions-Colts game is sold out. (Lions box office: 1-335-4151; Monday through Saturday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) Pistons vs. Indiana, Nov. 18, 8 p.m.: $8, S7, S6, J5, S3 50 seals available. (Silverdome box office: 1-857-8000; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) and all CTC outlets. Red Wings vs. Washington, Nov. 26, 7:30 p.m.: Ill, $10, J9, 17 seals available. (Joe Louis box office: 962-2000; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) and ail CTC outlets. Express vs. Toronto, Nov. 15, 7:30 p.m.: S3 50 through S7.50 seats available. (Silver-dome box oflice: 1-857-8000; Monday through Friday, 9 a.m.-5 p.m.) and all CTC outlets. Thomas Hearns vs. Luis Primera, Dec. 6, 8 p.m. for the WBA Welterweight Boxing Championship at Joe Louis Arena: Tickets are $100 for ringside, S50 for reserved, and S25 for general admission available al the Joe Louis Box Office, all Hudson's and CTC outlets. For further Information call 962-2000, 9 a.m.-5 P.m. Roberto Duran vs. Ray Leonard, Nov. 25, 9 P.m. for the WBC Welterweight Boxing Championship on closed-circuit T V. Tickets are $25. Locations in the Metro-Detroit area are Joe Louis Arena, Cobo Arena and the Pontiac Minidome, with all tickets avaiable at these respective box offices and all Hudsons and CTC outlets. For more Information, call 962-2000. Tickets available for the Royal Oak Thealre showing ($35) at the Royal Oak Thealre, all CTC outlets and Hudsons. Tickets for the Hill Auditorium showing ($25) available at the Michigan Union, all CTC outlets and Hudsons. Other outlying locations include the Saginaw Civic Center, Chenery Auditorium in Kalamazoo, Jenison Fieidhouse in E. Lansing, L.C. Walker Arena in Muskegon and the the Flint IMA Audllorlum. Ohio U. al Ball State Illinois at Indiana New Mexico Stale al Indiana State Ohio Slate at Iowa Nebraska at Iowa Slate Oklahoma Stale at Kansas Slate Toledo at Marshall . Kent Stale al Miami, O. Purdue al Michigan Michigan Stale at Minnesota Eastern Michigan at Northern Illinois Wisconsin at Northwestern Central Michigan al Western Michigan Southwest Texas A&M al Arkansas Missouri at Oklahoma Baylor al Rice Texas at Texas Christian Southern Methodist al Texas Tech night Far West Wyoming al Air Force Pacific al Arizona UCLA at Arizona State, night Colorado State al Brlgham Young Washington State at California Kansas al Colorado Utah Stale al Long Beach Slate, night Hawaii al Nevada-Las Vegas, night Oregon al Oregon Slate Fullerton State at San Jose Stale, night Washington al Southern California NCAA Division III The Top 10 teams hi the National Nebraska Brlgham Young Oklahoma Purdue Baylor Nev.-Las Vegas Ohio Slate Stanford Drake Utah Tenn. -Chattanooga South Carolina Pittsburgh Appalachian SI. Tennessee St. Mississippi Southern Cal New Mexico Wyoming Washington No. Texas St. Washington St. Michigan Alabama Colgate Furman Auburn NE Louisiana McNeese St. Tulane Brown Colorado SI. Citadel Texas Missouri Illinois San Jose St. Georgia Noire Dame Iowa State Oregon Penn State UCLA Miss. Stale West Virginia California Arizona St. Houston Southern Miss. Indiana TOTAL OFFENSE Plays Yds Yds pg 764 4818 535 3 TOTAL DEFENSE 632 4628 562 3774 722 4191 736 4100 645 4048 679 3965 753 4317 776 4276 675 3765 597 3759 641 3736 664 3710 729 4120 503 3268 675 3619 613 3213 833 3970 695 3563 625 3548 738 3537 663 3529 668 3525 607 3488 684 3456 627 3428 654 3424 615 3411 651 3404 643 3403 523 2645 768 3777 657 3392 605 3010 675 3379 765 3754 620 3342 619 3339 606 2926 684 3291 667 3266 662 3265 568 2902 670 3250 724 3608 625 3241 592 2871 706 3227 644 3211 619 3188 514.2 471.7 465.7 455.6 449.8 4406 431.7 427.6 4183 417.7 415.1 412.2 412.0 408 5 402.1 401.6 397.0 395.9 394.2 393.0 392.1 391.7 387.6 384 0 380.9 3804 379.0 378.2 378.1 377.9 377.7 376.9 376.2 375.4 375.4 371.3 371.0 365.7 365.7 3629 3628 362.7 361.1 3608 360.1 3589 358.6 356.8 354.2 RUSHING OFFENSE Car Yds Yds pg Collegiate Athletic Association Division III football pod, with this season's records and points: 1. Ithaca 10-0-0 60 ' 2. Wldener 9-0-0 56 3. Daylon 10-0-0 52 4. Baldwin-Wallace 9-0-0 48 5. Minnesota-Morris 8-1-1 44 6. Dubugue 8-1-1 39 7. Wagner 7-1-0 35 8. Wabash, Ind. 8-0-1 31 9. Bethany, W.Va. 9-0-0 29 10. Adrian 9-0-0 25 NCAA Divsion II The Top 10 teams In the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II football pot, with this Mason's records and points: 1. Eastern Illinois 8-2-0 60 2. Northern Michigan 9-1-0 56 3. Jacksonville St., Ala. 7-1-0 51 4. Cltrn Ply-Sn Ls Obsp 6-2-0 49 5. Troy St., Ala. 8-1-0 42 6. North Alabama 7-1-0 41 7 American Inlernatlnl 8-1-0 34 8. Nebraska-Omaha 7-2-0 30 9. Santa Clara 7-2-0 29 10. Southwest Texas 7-2-0 22 (lie) Virginia Union 7-1-1 22 NCAA Division I-AA The Top 10 teams m the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division I-A A footbaN pol, with this season's records and points: 1. South Carolina St. 10-0-0 45 2. L ehigh 7-0-2 41 3. W. Kentucky , 9-0-0 40 4. Boston U. 0-1-0 36 5. Boise St. 7-2-0 3) (lie) E. Kentucky 7-2-0 31 (tie) Grambllng SI. 8-1-0 31 8. Delaware 7-2-0 24 9. Massachusetts 6-2-0 20 10. Connecticut 6-3-0 15 (tie) Murray SI. 8-2-0 15 (tie) New Hampshire 6-3-0 IS (lie) N. Carolina A&T 7-2-0 15 Nebraska 613 3513 390.3 Oklahoma 497 3037 3796 Alabama 525 2873 319.2 South Carolina 512 2868 318.7 Citadel 546 2687 298.6 McNeese SI. 545 2625 291.7 Baylor 549 2608 289.8 Furman 51) 2569 285.4 Wyoming 542 2521 280.1 Miss. State 527 2489 276.6 Ohio State 505 2466 274 0 Notre Dame 464 2140 267.5 Auburn 519 2396 266.2 Iowa Slate 522 2392 265.8 No. Carolina 515 2304 256.0 Penn State 502 2280 253.3 Michigan 494 2271 252.3 Tenn.-Chatlanooga 435 2257 250 8 Southern Miss. 474 2193 243.7 Western Mich. 524 2431 243.1 Southern Cal 439 1922 240.2 Central Mich. S62 2363 236.3 West Texas St. 497 2118 235.3 Houston 538 2103 233.7 Georgia 483 2084 231.6 East Carolina 470 2033 225.9 Southern III. 517 2028 225 3 Minnesota 457 1986 220.7 Washington St. 461 1971 219.0 No. Texas SI. 482 1951 216.8 UCLA 417 1722 2152 Wichita SI. 468 1934 214.9 Nev.-Las Vegas - 412 1933 214.8 Navy 484 1929 214.3 SMU 461 1910 212.2 Mississippi 428 1897 210.8 Arkansas 425 1678 2097 Ohio U. 472 1874 208.2 Virginia Tech 532 2067 206.7 Texas 427 1650 2062 Tulsa 481 1848 205.3 Syracuse 456 1832 2036 Utah 436 1819 202 1 Drake 513 2013 201 3 Miami, O. 454 1806 200 7 West Virginia 499 1999 199 9 Florida SI. 554 1997 199.7 Hawaii 469 1797 1997 Vlllanova 46 1796 199 6 Missouri 44ll 1795 199.4 ' Plavs Yds Yds pg Florida St. 584 2033 203.3 Pittsburgh 612 1831 203.4 Nebraska 588 1895 210.6 Virginia Tech 634 2169 216.9 Notre Dame 496 1784 223.0 Alabama 602 2053 228.1 Navy 587 2154 239 3 Southern Cal 471 1916 239 5 Rutgers 561 2220 2467 Yale 554 2008 251 0 Dartmouth 545 2069 258.6 Ohio U. 615 2333 259.2 Southern Miss. 552 2337 259.7 Iowa State 605 2381 264 6 Miami, Fla. 545 2)31 266.4 Fresno SI. 594 2668 266.8 No. Carolina 601 2402 266 9 Vlllanova 616 2411 2679 Oregon 615 2427 269 7 Western Mich. 680 2741 274.1 Missouri 626 2474 274 9 Harvard 537 2224 278.0 Baylor 682 2502 278.0 Central Mich. 724 2783 278.3 Texas 523 2228 278 5 Michigan 592 2521 280.1 LSU 616 2522 280 2 Louisville 631 2526 280 7 South Carolina 596 2542 282.4 Maryland 624 2544 282.7 Louisiana Tech 609 2546 282.9 Georgia 646 2567 285.2 Toledo 636 2587 287 4 Clemson 614 2617 290 8 SW Louisiana 664 2629 292 1 Miss. Stale 572 2631 292.3 Penn Stale 611 2638 293.1 Northern III. 678 2932 293.2 Furman 595 2648 294 2 Boston College 585 2368 296.0 Colgate 599 2672 296 9 Texas Tech 555 2384 29B 0 Auburn 603 2690 298.9 Brown 512 2099 299 9 Houston 617 2704 300 4 Bowling Green 678 3010 301 0 Tennessee SI. 563 2416 302.0 Ball Stale 650 7736 304.0 Holy Cross 654 2738 304.2 Appalachian SI. 687 3050 305.0 NFL Injury List Brlgham Young Purdue Tennessee SI. Illinois California Stanford Pittsburgh NE Louisiana Appalachian St. Colorado St. Nev.-Las Vegns San Jose SI. Drake Duke Western Caro. Pacific Wake Forest Utah Tulane Utah State Washington New Mexico TCU Louisiana rjech PASSING OFFENSE Alt Cp Yds Yds pg 378 242 3620 402.2 318 203 2764 307.1 269 157 2274 284 2 430 726 2824 282 4 329 220 2435 270 6 338 223 2664 266 4 302 157 2373 263 7 329 171 2317 2574 330 167 2503 250 3 358 185 2402 240 2 233 136 2115 235 0 303 152 2100 233 3 263 145 2263 226 3 314 169 2027 225.2 321 167 2212 221 2 350 183 2179 217 9 336 170 1961 2179 239 146 1946 216 2 270 145 1915 2)28 297 155 1913 712 6 243 141 1885 209 4 296 132 2074 207.4 279 '36 1851 205 7 289 134 1829 203.2 Pittsburgh Nebraska Southern Cal Florida St. Notre Dome Yale Baylor Virginia Tech Rutgers Ohio U. Fresno St. Alabama UCLA Harvard Michigan Navy Furman Tennessee St. Purdue Wisconsin Missouri Oregon Utah State Southern III. Louisville Colgate Miss. State Bowling Green McNeese St. South Carolina Maryland No. Carolina Long Beach St. Miami, Fla. Clemson Central Mich. Georgia Nev.-Las Vegas Ohio Slate SMU Houston No. Texas St. Wyoming Brown Washington Penn Stale Minnesota Iowa Texas Holy Cross RUSHING DEFENSE Car Yds Yds pg 360 344 290 368 298 385 378 430 1114 374 1059 399 1061 395 1204 415 1095 338 976 327 9B9 361 1128 411 1134 371 1141 334 1021 347 1157 356 1164 397 1177 378 1177 391 1184 373 1187 418 1191 398 1201 357 1205 443 1343 348 1209 380 1211 399 1218 404 1224 365 1226 363 1090 385 1228 463 1371 413 1235 429 1247 373 1758 417 1279 387 1296 391 1298 376 1311 352 1025 4i2 1378 387 1328 388 1331 420 1332 359 1185 435 1352 61 7 680 88.5 887 96.0 102.6 109.0 111.4 1177 117.9 1204 121 7 122.0 123.6 125.3 126.0 1268 1276 128.6 1293 1308 1308 131.6 131.9 132.3 133.4 133 9 1343 134.3 134.6 135.3 1360 1362 1362 1364 137.1 1372 138 6 139 8 142.1 1440 144.2 145.7 146 4 1476 1476 1479 148 0 148 I 150.2 PASSING DEFENSE An Cp Yds Ydspg Iowa State 203 72 807 89 7 Kansas St. 125 62 873 91 4 Dartmouth 149 63 750 93 7 Southern Miss. 169 81 859 95 4 Ball Stale 160 70 869 96 6 Toledo 150 72 891 99 0 Western Mich. 209 89 1018 101.8 LSU 185 78 938 104 2 Louisiana Tech 180 73 945 105 0 Virginia Tech 204 83 1055 105 5 Alabama 187 83 958 1064 Northern III. 177 94 1091 109 1 Cincinnati 128 72 988 109 8 Kent Stale 167 79 992 110 2 Richmond 133 69 996 110 7 Appalachian SI. 187 94 1176 1126 Navv 176 68 1020 1)3 3 Florida SI. 216 97 1146 114 6 TCU 150 74 1040 1156 Princeton 132 65 927 115.9 BALTIMORE (5-5) AT DETROIT (6- 4) Colts wr Mike Siani (loot) is doubtful, fs Lyle Blackwood (hamstring) is Questionable, rb Curtis Dickey (GROIN-ankle), t George Kunx (back), LBs Sanders Shiver (wrist), Mike Woods (thigh) are probable.. .Lions ab Gary Danielson (right hand), LB Ken Fanlelti (leg), c Tommie Glnn (fool), g Russ Bolinger (leg) are probable. GREEN BAY (4-5-1) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (2-B)-Packers QB Lynn Dickey (right arm), DT Charles Johnson (ankle), CB Wylie Turner (ankle), DE Ezra Johnson (leg) are probable. ..Giants WR Dannv Pltlman (knee), FB Bo Matthews (hip) are questionable. C Jim Clack (leg), G J.T. Turner (foot), RB Billy Taylor (leg) are probable. FS Bud Hebert (back) Is doubtful. NEW ORLEANS (0-10) AT ATLANTA (7-3) Saints CB Ricky Ray is new starter. C Jim Pietrzak could start for questionable John Hill (knee). QB Archie Manning (finger), DE Don Reese (shoulder), S Ray Brown (foot), LB Reggie Mothis (thigh) are probable. ..Falcons DT Wilson Faumulna (ankle-neck), RB Lynn Cain (arm) are probable. PHILADELPHIA (9-1) AT WASH INGTON (3-7)-Eagles RBs Louie Giam-mona, Mike Hogan, DE Dennis Harrison could slart lor Wilbert Montgomery (knee), Lerov Harris (hamstring), Carl Halrslon (concussion), respectively, who are questionable, as are RB Perry Harrington (hamstring), DT Ken Clarke (knee), TE John Spagnola (nose), S John Sclarra (groin), ..Redskins T Terrv Her-mellng (thumb) is questionable. RB Clarence Harmon (ankle), RB Wilbur Jackson (shoulder), WR Ricky Thompson (foot), LB Dallas Hickman (hamstring), LB Pete Wvsocki (wrist) are probable ST. LOUIS (3-7) AT DALLAS (7-3)-Cardlnals LBs Jeff Mc Intyre, Calvin Favron replace doubtful Steve Neils (ankle), Tim Kearney (shoulder). TE Doug Marsh (fool), WR Pat Tillev (foot), RB Otlls Anderson (knee) are questionable. WR Mark Bell (ankle), DT Rush Brown (shoulder), LB Jeff Mc Intyre (foot), LB Lee Neison idbcki, Lb trie Williams (shoulder) are probable... Cowboys RB Preslon Pearson (arm) is doubtful. LB D.D. Lewis (thigh), SS Charlie Waters (shoulder), QB Dannv White (left shoulder), CB Sieve Swilson (hamstring), WR Drew Pearson (flu) are probable. TAMPA BAY (4-5-1) AT MINNESOTA (S-S)-Buccaneers CB-s Danny Reece (knee), G Rav Snell (hip), RB Gary Davis (eve) are probable... Vikings S Keith Nord might replace Questionable Tom Hannon (hand). BUFFALO (7-3) AT CINCINNATI (3- 7)-Bills TE Reuben Gant (knee), G Reggie McKenzie (foot), S Bill Simpson (ankle), G Tim Vogler (hamstring), DEs Sherman White (concussion), Ben Williams (ankle) are probable. ..Bengals S Bryan Hicks will start for Dick Jauron (knee), who Is out. RB Pete Johnson (knee), DE Mike St. Clair (knee), CB Rav Griffin (hamstring) are questionable. QB Ken Anderson (chest), LB Reggie Williams (back) are probable. NEW YORK JETS (2-8) AT DENVER (5-5)-Jets T John Roman may slart for questionable Chris Ward (ankle). WR Bobby Jones (ankle) is probable.. .Broncos RB Dave Preslon starts lor Otis Armstrong (neck) who is out. RB Jon Kevworth may start for Jim Jensen (thumb), who is questionable as is T Glaudie Minor (hip-knee). T Glenn Hyde (calf) Is probable KANSAS CITY (5-5) AT SAN DIEGO (6-4) Chiefs LB Whitnev Paul (leg), DE Dave Lindslrom (hip), RB Horace Bellon (arm), C Jack Rudnay (toe), NT Don Parrlsh (bock) are probable... Chargers G Dan Audick (ribs), DT Louis Kelcher (wrist), CB Hal Stringert (hamstrong) are probable. S Frank Duncan (ankle) is questionable CLEVELAND (7-3) AT PITTSBURGH (6-4)-Browns WR-KR Keith Wright (knee) is doubtful. T Doug Dieken (knee), LB R L Jackson (knee), WR Dave Logan (knee) are questionable. .Steelers WR John Stollworth (foot), TE Bennie Cunningham (ribs) are out. Tom Beasley mev slart lor DE John Banaszak (hamstring) who Is Questionable. RB Franco Harris (concussion), DE Dwight White (knee), G Rav Pinnev (shin) are probable LOS ANGELES AT NEW ENGLAND (7-3)-Rams de Cody Jones (Achilles), t Doug France (bronchitis), FS Nolan Cromwell (elbow), lb Jack Reynolds (arm), de Reggie Doss (loot), de Fred Dryer (ankle), c Rich Saul (ribs) are probable... Patriots backup lb Larry McGrew (knee), Is doubtful, g Bob Crvder (knee), wr Harold Jackson (nose), lb John Zamberlin (shoulder), s Tim Fox (fool) are probable SAN FRANCISCO (3-7) AT MIAMI (5-5)-49ers lb Scoll Hilton (ribs-shoulder), cb Charles Johnson (chest), wr James Owens (hamstring), te Charle Young (groin) are probable rb Phil Francis (knee) Is doubtfuL.Dolphins LB Ralph Orlela starts for Steve Towle (ankle), who Is out. qb Bob Grlese (shoulder), wr Duriel Harris (hamstring) are questionable. Compiled by Tim Marcinkoski, with Toni Cybulski, Bernie Czarniecki, Bob Ellis and Mark Josaitis

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