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4D DETROIT FREE PRESSTUESDAY, . JANUARY 17, 1989 Side bets ' Monday's question: Who won the first NFL championship? , Answer: The Chicago Bears beat the Portsmouth Spartans, 9-0, at Chicago's Wrlgley Field on Dec. 18, 1932. A two-yard touchdown pass from Red Grange to Bronco Nagurski broke up a scoreless game early in the fourth quarter for the Bears. Today's question: Who holds the Pistons' team record for most blocked shots In a season? ' Wt pay $5 II your quutlon snd antwor ar published. Monday's queatlon cam from Joy Troczynskl of Dearborn Height!. Send your questions to Side Bete, Sports Department, Detroit Free Press, 321 W. Lafayette, Detroit 4S231. Windsor raceway TANK MCNAMARA By MwHinds TMl MAV B& 1W6 fR9T TiM 0,M1 WT)JWi? IMS CMlP TAf?tf I KiOTONJ HT . 1 ft IN THEIR NBA MlTORV THAT TiG YJSJ: 1 MAM&AGAtNj? ) &, Wfc, ? CAIO'T TfeU- 1 w S'tuFFeRi-WVeMAPAKiAcruAu BkLL ZJL you ujMataimkiu- k 1 WJl4lTeptAVe??ONl6COUfrrA .MPS 1, THAIS'. Bast bet: Show Vanistic in the first race. Sleeper: Trip The Light in the sixth race. Best gimmick bet: Wheel 7-5-all, 7-all-5 in the eighth-race triactor. Post time: 7:30 p.m. PP HORSE LAST 3 FIN. COMMENT DRIVER lsf-$2,m elm. pace ( $7,000-15,000), mile: 4-Show Vanistic 1-4-2 Can take anothw Gate 2- Viking Time 9-2-t Position suits D.Duford 1 King 3-6-3 Factor on best R.Kerr 3- D C Splurge 5-6-6 Trouble In last Fralelgh a -r-iying Mamon -4-j anopping arouna iropei 6 Account Executive 4-7-6 In for a tag Dlckei 2d -$3,000, cond. trot, mile: 3 Lurvis 4- G G Ashlee . 7-DJS Baby '1- Miss LaSaHe , 2-Armbro Gossip 5 No Time For Tears 6 - Zacharys Crown 2-5-9 In a photo 3-6-3 Catch a part 1- 7-5 Qualified ok 2- 7-5 Last was ok 3- 8-6 Improving 2-2-6 Interesting 4- 2-5 Be heard from 3d -S 1,500, dm. pace ($4,000), mile: Henderson MacDonnell Tropea Gale Murtagh i .err Wright 2 Skip By Spring I Camelknees 5- Anker, Express ,-Huff Time Flier 3- Springf lew Chief 4 Sail On Bye 6- Kent Seelster 7- Bayside Willie 9 Kievys Peanut 3-2-5 Top contender Novlck 2- 2-4 Classy sort Gale 3- 7-7 Showing the signs McKnght 9-9-4 Odd oood one Lackey 8-7-7 Walt awhile Riesberry 5-7-B For a part Ferriss 4-6-7 Durable sort R.Kerr 8-6-4 Stopped In latest Rankin 5-4-4 Newcomer M.Willlams 4th-$3,60a elm. pace ($14,000-$12,000), mile: 3- Shady Hill Lad 2-2-3 Slight preference R.Kerr 3G R Java 5-8-5 Capable newcomer Johnson 6-Sun Skipper 6-4-1 Will argue Rankin . 1- Band Of Hope 2-4-1 Always tough Henderson 4- Image First 6-4-6 Hard to figure Tropea , 3- uassic crystal 4-2-3 For a part tale 5th-s 1,700, elm. trot $5,000-$J,000), mile; 7-Handys Profile 9 Garrison Blue 4- C Bee Win 1- Gemayre 2- Frasers Dol 3- Cons Success 5- High Cloud 6- Devalr 8 Dream Builder 6th $2,200, cond. pace, mile: 1-5-4 Possible repeater Megens 2- 1-2 In new hands Grunkemeyer 3- 1-2 Rates attention D.Duford 3-9-2 Minor part CHcken 3-8-7 A possibility Henderson 5- 6-2 Been off Johnson 8-7-5 In and outer Vkjgers 3-3-2 Drops in value R.Duford 6- 4-2 Tough trip last Gale 1 Exhilarating 6- Rabbit Hood 3- MB Perry 2 Grand Jazz 4- Trefoil Joel 5- Scootin Fast 7- Trip The Light 8- Klntore Fred 9- Wavelength 1-1-4 Has the speed DJWclntosh 6-3-6 Getting better Harris 2-4-2 Be heard from Viggers 4-5-4 Pass Dlcken 6-2-2 Trouble in last Fraleigh j-s-a Minor porrion wcueoa 4-2-6 Expect improvement Hardy 8-3-8 Tab for later Alnsworth 4-1-8 First start Gale 7th-$3,5O0, cond. pace, mile: 6-Mystery Tour 7-9-9 Must consider Well wood 3-First Admiral 8-2-3 Consistent times T.Kerr 1-Chuckles Almahurst 3-6-1 Rail an asset Hardy 2-LynxDomarr 4-7-1 Due for better Wright 4 Pills N Potions 5-8-8 Hard to ilgure SulHvan 5--Dinger 2-7-5 Nipped In fast Tropea 7 Consecrate 3-6-4 Factor on best Johnston NORTHvlLLE Monday's results lit-$2,000, dm para, 1 03 25 Bio Mlraoe (V.Fisherl 35.) 13.80 6. CapHin Vance (M.Kakaley) 5.40 3.00 Fast Charter (Jordan) 2.40 Breeiv Little Dude, Ml Agulb Amigo, Teteprompter, Quick Stag, Commanche Red. Perfects (7-6) paid S158.20 Trifecta (7-i-5) paid S624.M 2d-12,0O0, cond pan, 1 205 1S Chicory Pal (Marchand)2i.40 8.40 4.20 Flashy Image (R.Rolh) 2940 12.20 Sugar Chris (Rn.Munlz) 3.W Hunts Express, Bebop A Lu La, Dance Wtlhme Henry, GS Bev, Slu Foot. Perfect (4-3) paid 5405.00 Trifecta (4-3-1) paw 1840.40 Dally Double (7-4) paid s340,60 3d-SZ, cond pact, I MS lS Caoey Llnd (Succarolle) 6.20 5 20 3. Tip Up Town (P.Norrls) 3.40 3.00 Sugar FHoht J.James 4. Miss Debbv De, Sally Skloper, Steve De, Advance warning, Kawarlha Pilgrim. Perfecta (4-6) paid 190.60 First-half Tri-Super (4-6-8) paid S362.60 4rh-st,8O0, cond para, I W 35 PmmyPrlmrose(Wrght) 13.60 9.20 3.20 Live Current (M.Shaull) 17.40 6.80 Jingle Hill (M.Rolh) 2.40 Downwvn Vic, Dusty corners, Jeremy Star, GS Becky, A M McCaukiy, Perfecta (3-8) paid S2B5.60 Trifecta (3-8-2) paid $96.3.80 Sunday's results 4th-$i6O0, cond trot, 206 45 Jordin (Te.Buler) 16 40 7.40 4.00 Notlawa Proohet (Faurot) 4.80 3.00 Sparky John (W.Carler) 5.60 Smokln Star, Mary Land W, New World, Heza Gem, I Am A Promise. Perfecta (1-3) paid S65.00 Trifecta (1-3-4) paid 1651.60 5lh-S2v600, cond para, 02 45 Brandy Bo Bo(Mclmy) 7.40 4.40 3.60 Double Stakes (Currlerjr) 6.20 3.40 Otaro Dynamite Kid (B.DeFay) 5.60 Speedy L oh h no.F re, Noe 's Surprise. Raster, Bandit Queen. Perfecta (1-3) paid 159.00 Trifecta (1-3-5) paid J330.80 Tri-Super carrvoven $12,405 th 11,500, dm. pace (54,000), mile: 7 Striking Higher i-j zip 9 Dovers Director 1- G G Benson 2- Datson 3- Gemstar Fiddler 4 Doctor Magic 6 Tiger Dave 8 - It's A Necessity 1-3-4 Can take another D.Duford 2-5-1 Rates close by Ainsworth 64-6 Must overcome post T.Kerr 5-3-3 With a trip Tomas 7-6-8 Pass Riesberry 7-6-1 Faces tough task Murtagh 6- 3-y Goes along KAerr 7- 2-5 In and outer Tropea 8- 5-3 Can move In Bartholomew th-S3,50O, cond. trot, mile: 6 Armbro Gears 1-1-1 Earned top billing -Trotting Fever 1- Dovers Noble 2- Jo Brlsco 3- Dee B Brisco 5-The Bytowner 7 -Hey Lucky Charm 8 Straight Joy 9 -Balfour Jason 3-5-8 Rates close by z-4-6 signs ot nte 7-6-5 Maybe later 3-8-1 For apart 1-8-6 Been freshened 3- 2-1 Watch once 1-1-4 Last two good 4- 5-4 Factor on best Eald Hardy Henderson Budway Alnswortn Ferriss Coadlc D.Duford Fenn 6th-2,600, cond trot, 203 25 Vera Herterl(Jordan) 3.00 2.20 2.10 Green And Go U.Wheeler) 3.40 2.20 Magic Begonia (Hennssevj 2.20 hngiisn jack, jonnny Mike, gvspv Magic, Thee Accountant. SCRATCHED: Rompawav Blitz. Perfecta (1-8) paid $13.20 Trifecta (1-8-2) paid 127.60 NFL Playoffs College basketball Wild card results NATIONAL CONFERENCE Minnesota 28, Los Angeles Rams 17 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Houston 24, Cleveland 23 Conference semifinals NATIONAL CONFERENCE Chicago 20, Philadelphia 12 San Francisco 34, Minnesota 9 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Buffalo 17, Houston 10 Cincinnati 21, Seattle 13 Conference finals NATIONAL CONFERENCE San Francisco 28, Chicago 3 AMERICAN CONFERENCE Cincinnati 21, Buffalo 10 Super Bowl XXIII SUNDAY (at Miami) San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 5:00 AP Top 20 6. Michigan vs. Ohio Slate, Inc. 8. Missouri at Virginia Tech. Inc. 10. Nevada-Las Vegas vs. Fullerlon State, Inc n. Syracuse vs. Connecticut, Inc. 12. Seton Hall vs. Villanova, Inc. 16. Ohio Stale at Michigan, Inc. 20. Stanford vs. Miami (Flo.), Inc. Midwestern Collegiate Brooklyn College al SI. Louis, Inc. State LATEST LINE Home teams In CAPITALS Glantz-Culver SUPER BOWL (Sunday at Miami) San Francisco 7 over Cincinnati Over-unden 47 NBA ATLANTA 5 over Milwaukee CHICAGO 9 over Indiana Houston 2 over SACRAMENTO NEW JERSEY 6i over San Antonio Phoenix 6 over MIAMI PORTLAND 6Vi over Utah SEATTLE 16 over LA Clippers NHL DETROIT, -Vi Calgary, even Los Angeles, -V4 ST. LOUIS, even Philadelphia, -'2 VANCOUVER, even V stjuron. -'l ISLANDERS, even QUEBEC, New Jersey, even 7th-S2,400, cond pace, 2.-05 15 D Milan Bvrd(Flsher) 4.20 2.60 2.20 Janko (J.James) 2.80 2.20 Bernies Pride (D.Wright) 2.80 Bad Dream, Our Mightv Slorm, Surfln USA, Warrior Leader. SCRATCHED: Stra-Katl Glny. Perfecta (3-6) paid 113.00 Trifecta (3-6-1) paid 145.00 TENNIS 10th $1,500, dm. pace ($4,000), mile: 8 Pamela Anne 7 Lady Essential 4- lans GiftN 1 - Highland Swinger 2- K C Romax 3- Carol wood Metony 5- Penn Night 6- Early Departure 9 Hannahs FiHy 6-6-3 Factor at level 2- 5-1 Top contender 7- M Sizeable drop 8- 8-6 Hard to take 6-3-7 Been off 5-1-7 Position suits 5- 4-3 Catch a share 6- 8-7 Due for better 3- 7-6 Long way out Johnston T.Kerr Hardy Riesberry Fenn Murtagh .K.err Tomas D.Duford Baseball Salary arbitration ellglbles The 136 players who filed for salary arbitration. Players with three or more seasons of malor league service whose contracts have expired and are not eligible for free agency were eligible to file (x-settted alter tiling). AMERICAN LEAGUE (69 players) DETROIT: Chris Brown, 3b; Dwayne Murphy, of, Gary Pettis, of; pat Sheridan, ot. BALTIMORE: Mark Thurmond, p. BOSTON: Dennis (Oil Con) Boyd, p; Roger Clemens, p; Wes Gardner, p. CALIFORNIA: x-Tony Armas, of; Chill Davis, of; Jack Howell, of; Sluart Cllburn, p; Wally Jovner, lb; Kirk McCaskill, p; Darrell Miller, c-lnf; Greg Minion, p; Dick Schollekt, Inf. CHICAGO: Ivan Calderon, of; Carlton Flsk, c; Ozzle Guillen, ss; Donme Hill, inf.; Steve Lyons, ot. CLEVELAND: x-Scott Balles, c; Tom Candlottl, p; Joe Carler, of; Brad Havens, p; Brook Jacobv, 3b; Odd I be McDowell, ot. KANSAS CITY: Jim Elsenreich, of; Steve Farr, p; Jerry Don Gleaton, p; Mark Gublcza, p; Kurt Stlllwell, Inf; Danny Tarlabull, of. MILWAUKEE: Rob Deer, of; Ted Hlguera, p; Paul Mirabella, p; Juan Nieves, p; Dan Plesac, p; Bill wegman, P. MINN ESOTA: Keith Atherlon, p; Greg Gagne, 3b; Dan Gladden, of; Steve Lombardozit, c; Kirby puckeit, ot. NEW YORK: Charles Hudson, p; Mike Pagllarulo, 3b; Joel Skinner, c. OAKLAND: Jose Canseco, of; Mike Gallego, inf; Ron Hassey, c; Curt Young, p. SEATTLE: Sieve Balbonl, lb; Scott Bradley, c; Darnell Coles, inf; Alvm Davis, of; Mark Langston, p; Jim Presley, 3b; Harold Reynolds, 20; Dave vane; c. TEXAS: Jose Guzman, p; Pete Incavlglla, of; Geno Petraili, c; Jeff Russell, p. TORONTO: John Ceruttl, p; Tony Fernandez, ss; Kelly Gruber, 2b; Tom Henke, p; Jimmy Key, p. NATIONAL LEAGUE (67 players) ATLANTA: Albert Hall, of; Dion James, of; Gerald Perry, lb; Charlie Puleo, p; zane smith, p; Andres t nomas, ss. CHICAGO: Shawon Dunston, ss; Al Nipper, p; Calvin Schlraldi, p; Curtis Wilkerson, ss. CINCINNATI: Tom Browning, p; Eric Davis, of; John Franco, p; Danny Jackson, p; Jeff Reed, c; Jose Rlio, p. HOUSTON: Juan Agoslo, p; Glenn Davis, lb; Jim Deshaies, p; Bill Hatcher, of. LOS ANGELES: Dave Anderson, ss; Rick Dempsev, c; Orel Hershtser, p; Tim Leary, p; Ray searage, p. MONTREAL' Tim Burke, p; Andres Galarraga, lb; Kevin Gross, p; Joe Hesketh, p; Wallace Johnson, 3b; Andy McGatfigan, p; spike Owen, ss; rascuai Perez, p. NEW YORK: Rick Aguilera, p; Ron Darling, p; Len Dykstra, of; Sid Fernandez, p; Dwlght Gooden, p; Howard Johnson, Inf; Roger McDowell, p; Edwin Nunez, p; Tim Teufel, 2b. PHILADE LPHIA: Don Carman, p; Darren Daulton, c; Steve Jeltz, inf; Steve Lake, c; Jonn Kusseti, ot-id. PITTSBURGH: Rafael Belllard. ss: Bobby Bonllia, 3b, Sid Bream, lb; Bob Kipper, p; Bill Krueger, p; Mike LaValliere, c; Jeff Robinson, p; Andy Van Slvke, of. ST. LOUIS: Vince Coleman, of; Jose DeLeon, p; Mill Thompson, of; Todd Worrell, p. SAN DIEGO: Walt Terrell, p; Dickie Thon, ss. AN FRANCISCO: Will Clark, lb: Scott Garrells, p; Tracy Jones, of; Bob Melvln, c; Kevin Mitchell, lnf-of; Ernest Riles, ss. 8th 13,100, cond pace, Ml 45 Time And Place(Jrdn) 4.40 2.80 2.80 Fulla Trickster (J.James) 4.00 3.00 Ima Something (A.Mcllmry) 3.60 Armbro Etiquette, R B Jewel, Sassy Louise, Rebecca Dawn, Fifty Seven One. Perfecta (4-6) paid 119.80 Trifecta (4-6-7) paid 1113.80 9th-!4,S0O, cond pace, 24)0 45 Teks Image(Cooeland) IS 80 8.00 4.80 Falcon's Wager (G.Grlsmore) 5.20 4.40 Legal Gamble IA.Mcllmry) 3.40 Billy Bunn, S F Yankee, Bons Last, Ata Big Al. SCRATCHED: Will Score. Perfecta (1-2) paid 160.20 Trifecta (1-2-6) paid 1307.40 Japan Bowl East 30, West 7 East . West . 7 17 3 3-30 -7000-7 East: Drummond 41 run (Stovanovich kick) West: Ball 2 run IS.SIater kick) East: Brown 10 pass from Dliweg (Stovanovich kick) East: Drummond 1 run (Stovanovich kick) East: FG Stovanovich 30 East: FG Stovanovich 22 East: FG Stovanovich 49 Attendance (at Tokyo): 29,000. First downs Rushes-yards .... Passing Return Yards .... Comp-Att-lnl Punts Fumbles-Lost .... Penalties-Yards East 24 44-228 152 28 .. 17-29-2 0-0 0-0 1-5 West 8 24-45 94 120 10-18-3 4-27 1-0 3-30 lOth-12,600, cond pace, 24)3 25 Good Conquesl(Brown) 12.00 3.80 5.20 Delighted Delight (Currlerjr) 3.00 3.40 Charier Joe (T.Tavlor) 6.00 Scotls Man Hone, Lincoln Freight, Dapper Sol, Good Bv Jamie, Game Daniel. Perfecta (1-2) paid 136.20 Trifecta (1-2-7) paid 1334,20 llth-11,600, dm pace, 04 Sharpes(Borlng) 4.0(1 3.40 2.60 Twin B Splurge (E.Patalan) 15.80 5.00 Captain Credo (J.James) 2.40 Mrs Hymle Jebb, Captain Trviest, Muller's Time, Arbor Apple Cake, Send Me Flowers. Perfecta (2-7) paid 1130.60 Trifecta (2-7-1) paid 1192.80 Superfecta (2-7-1-8) paid 11,026.40 Attendance: 2,580. Handle: 1471,292. Horse racing Monday's feature AQUEDUCT (Mining Handicap) 8th-36,000, 4YO up, 61., 1.-09 2-5 True And Blue (Mglre) 4.402.802.20 Make Luck (Maple) 4.602.40 Scottish Monk (Cordero) 2.20 Australian Open AT MELBOURNE, AUSTRALIA Monday's first-round results Men's singles: Jan Gunnarsson def. Henri Leconte (6), 6-4, 6-3, 6-2; Anders Jarrvd def. Ian Peter-Budge, 6-0, 7-5, 6-0; Jonas B. Svensson del. Menno costing, 6-2, 6-0, 6-4; Broder-ick Dyke def. Kent Klnnear, 6-3, 6-2, 6-4; Niclas Kroon def. Charles Honey, 6- 0, 7-5, 6-4; Helner Moralng def. Thierry Tulasne, 6-2, 6-2, 1-0 default ed; Brett Gamed def. Young-MIn Kwon, 6-2, 6-3, 6-2; Han.-Dleter Beulel def . Laurent Prades, 0-6, 4-6, 6-4, 6-3, 6-1; Damlr Keretlc def. Lars Wahlgren, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4, 7-6 ( 1 1-9); Nell Brood def. Cyril suk, 3-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1. 6-2. Mats Wllander (1) def. Tobias Svanlesson, 6-3, 2-6, 7-5, 5-7, 6-3; Goran Ivanisevic def. Magnus Lars-son, 6-3, 6-4, 2-6, 7-6 (9-7); T.odd Woodbridoe def. Jimmy Brown, 0-6, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (8-6), 6-0; Mark Kratzmann def. Guv Forget, 6-3, 5-7, 7-6 (7-5), 6-2; Jeremy Bales def. Jamie Morgan, 6-2, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4; Chris Pridham def. Brad Drewell, 4-6. 7-5, 6-3, 6-0; Thomas Muster ( 1 1 ) def. Joev Rive, 6-4, 6-2, 6-4; Mlchlel Schapers def. Nuno Marques, 6-3, 6-4, 6-4; Horaclo de la Pena def. Peter Lund- gren, 6-3, 6-3, 6-1; Miloslav Mecir (9) def. Thierry Champion, 6-3, 6-2, 6-2. Women's singles: Sandra Was- serman def. Laxml Porurl, 6-4, 6-4; Camlile Benlamln def. Monique Javer, 6-2, 6-4; Ellse Burgln def. Sylvia Hanlka (11), 6-3, 6-1; Donna Faber def. Carln Bakkum, 6-1, 6-0; Conchlto Martinez def. Eva Svlglerova, 6-0, 6-2; Rennae Stubbs def. Elizabeth Mlnler, 6-2, 6-4; Brenda Schullz def. Iva Budarova, 6-4, 6-3; Rene Simpson def. Cathy Caversazlo, 4-6, 6-1, 6-0; Kathrin Kell def. Kathleen Horvath, 6-0, 6-7 (4-7), 6-4. Marianne Werdet def. Beth Herr, 6-1, 6-3; Zina Garrison (6) def. Maria Lindstrom, 6-1.6-3; Alexia Dechaume def. Jane Taylor, 6-2, 7-6 (7-3); Maria Strandlund def. Ann DeVrles, 2-6, 7-5, 6-4; Claudia Porwlk def. Sandy Collins, 6-3, 6-7 (3-7), 6-2; Frederlca Bonslg-norl def. Slike Meier, 7-6; Beverly Bowes def. Laura Goiarsa, 1-6, 6-4, 6-4; Nicole Provls (16) def. Jo-Anne Faull, 6-4, 6-2. Grand Rapids Baptist al Aquinas, inc. Saginaw Valley al Norlhwood, Inc Women's state Saginaw Valley Slate 65, Norlhwood 48 Sunday's results AP TOP 20 (last week's ranking) 3. Oklahoma lost to Pittsburgh, 99-91 . North Carolina lost lo Virgin a. 106-83 9. Louisville beat Georgia Tech, 67-65 14. Florida State beat Tennessee, 101-90 17. Tennessee lost to Florida State, 101-90 19. Georgia Tech lost to Louisville, 67-65 STATE Henry Ford CC 90, Delia CC 79 Mlnn.-Dululh 74, Northern Michigan 54 WOMEN'S BIG TEN Illinois 71, Minnesota 60 Indiana 79, Michigan 55 Iowa 84, Ohio Stale 70 Purdue 69, Wisconsin 56 MIDWEST Illinois State 91, Bradley 83 Tri-Stale 91, Indlana-Purdue-indlanapolls 86 OTHERS Kino's (N Y) 70. F. Dickinson-Madison 65 New Mexico Highlands 103. Fori Lewis 91 Rhode Island College 93, West New England 65 Shenandoah 95. Lvnchburg 75 South Alabama 97, North Carolina-Charlotte 83 St Joseph's (L.I.I 97. Green Mountain tu Temple 80, George Washington 68 Texas Christian 70, Rice 64 Washington 82, California 60 Pittsburgh 99, Oklahoma 91 OKLAHOMA (91) Jones 0-90-1 0, Bell 1-3 0-1 2, King 12-192-2 26, BloVIOCk 12-28 9-10 37, MulllnS 2-6 0-1 5, Holmes 0-1 0-2 0, Henry 1-1 3-4 5, Wiley 7-6 2-4 16, Merlin 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 35-77 16-25 91. PITTSBURGH (99) Chnrler 11. IX 1C.1B Da.Ib, 4-C Merlin 3-4 5-6 1 1, Matthews 3-10 0-0 8, Miller 4-i 2-3 13, Cavanaugh 0-3 0-1 0, Brookln 8-166-9 24. Totals 31-63 30-42 99. Halftime: Pittsburgh 55-49. Three-point goals: Oklahoma 5-19 (Jones 0-6, Blavlock 4-10, Mullins 1-3), Pittsburgh 7-17 (Porter 0-1, Matthews 2-4, Miller 3-7, Brookln 2-5). Louisville 67, Georgia Tech 65 LOUISVILLE (67) Payne 4-8 2-2 12. Klmbro 4-7 0-0 9. Ellison 9- 162-5 20, Williams 3-4 1-2 7, Smith 1-9 2-2 4, Sullivan 1-32-24. Soencer 4-7 1-2 9. Holden 1-1 0-02. Totals 27-55 10-15 67. GEORGIA TECH (65) Hammonds 9-17 1-1 19, Sherrod 0-4 0-0 0, Brilllan 1-30-1 2, Scotl 6-22 3-3 24, Oliver 3-8 7-y 14, McNe I -2 2-2 4. Brown 0-1 2-4 2. Wh more 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 22-57 15-20 65. Haltltme: Georgia Tech 36-33. Three-po nt goals: Louisville 3-9 (Payne 2-3, Klmbro 1-2, Smilh 0-2. Sullivan 0-2). Georgia Tech 6-15 (Seolt 5-11, Oliver 1-4). Virginia 106, North Carolina 83 NORTH CAROLINA (63) Madden 3-13 3-5 9. Chllcutt 4-4 0-0 I. S.Williams 3-70-06, Bucknall 2-130-04, Lebo 11- 14 I-1 26. FOX -7 0-0 Z, Keld 9-15 3-6 21, Rice 1-1 0-0 3, Davis 1-4 1-1 4, Denny 0-2 0-0 0, May 0-0 0-0 0. Totals-35-80 8-13 83. VIRGINIA (106) Slith3-71-27,Blundln 2-64-68, Dabbs1-50- 0 2, Morgan 13-25 5-6 39, Crotty 2-4 2-3 7, Turner 4-64-5 12,C.WIIHams6-60-2 12, Oliver 3-7 6-6 12, Ba r o- o-o o, Dan e -3 4-4 6, cooke o-o -z l. Kalslra 0-0 0-0 0. Totals-35-70 27-36 106. Halftime: Virginia 50-41. Three-point goals: North Carolina 5-26 (Madden 0-5, S.WIIIIams 0-1, Bucknall 0-6, Lebo 3-6, Fox 0-2, Rice 1-1, Davis 1-3, Denny 0-2 , Virginia 9-17 (Morgan (-14, Crotty 1-2, Turner 0-1). Today's games MID-AMERICAN Xavler (Ohio) at Kent Stale MIDWESTERN COLLEGIATE DePaul al Marquette STATE Trinity Christian al Albion AP Top 20 Listed with first-place votes in parentheses, points, records through Sunday and last ranking w-l pts last 1. Duke (51) 13-0 1266 1 2. Illinois (13) 15-0 1229 2 3. Georgetown 12-1 1070 7 4. Louisville 12-2 998 9 5. Oklahoma 13-2 947 3 6. Michigan 14-2 935 6 7. Iowa 13-2 607 5 8. Missouri 14-3 779 10 9. Arizona 11-2 729 12 10. Nevada-Las Vegas 11-2 666 11 11. Syracuse 14-3 651 4 12. Seton Hall 15-1 645 13 13. North Carolina 14-3 639 8 14. Florida Slate 12-1 541 14 15. North Carolina Stale 11-1 477 15 16. Ohio Stale 12-3 268 18 17. Kansas 14-2 191 16 18. Tennessee 11-2 179 17 19. Indiana 13-4 115 - 20. Stanford 12-3 112 - Others receiving votes: Georgia Tech 49, Providence 40, Texos-EI Paso 24, Villanova 2), Pittsburgh 10, Cal-Sanla Barbara 9, St. John's 9, St. Mary's (Calif.) 8, West Virginia 8, Notre Dame 5, Ball Slate 3, Georgia 3, Alabama 1, Boise State 1, Clemson 1, Evansvllle 1, Virginia 1. UPI Top 20 Listed with first-place votes In parentheses, points, records through Sunday and last ranking w-l pts last 1. Duke (37) 13-0 625 1 2. Illinois (5) 15-0 593 2 3. Louisville 12-2 429 9 4. Georgetown 12-1 403 7 5. Michigan 14-2 378 S 6. Oklahoma 13-2 339 3 7. Arizona 11-2 298 10 6. Iowa 13-2 286 6 8. Missouri 14-3 286 12 10. Nevada-Las Vegas 11-2 225 11 11. Syracuse 14-3 223 4 12. North Carolina 14-3 211 8 13. Selon Hall 15-1 183 13 14. Florida State 12-1 163 14 15. Norlh Carolina Stale 11-1 160 17 16. Ohio Stale 12-3 47 15 17. Indiana 13-4 30 - 18. Stanford 12-3 24 - 19. Providence 13-1 1) 18 20. Tennessee 11-2 8 18 20. Georgia Tech 10-4 8 16 sas-Llllle Rock, Ball Slate, Clemson, Connecticut, Memphis State, Notre Dame, Oregon State, St. Mary's (Calif.), Texas-El Paso, Villanova, Wichita Stale. BOWLING Men's state tournament AT BATTLE CREEK (through two weeks) SINGLES ACTUAL: 1. Jeff Adamczvk. Livonia, 751 SINGLES HANDICAP: 1. Ron Jollev. Livonia, 749(36)-785; 2, Jeff Adamczvk, Livonia, 75K24I-775: 3. Rio Eastman. Midd- levllle, 654(102)-756; 4, Mike Gerred, Alma, 674(66)-740; 5, Jeff McManus, Muskegon, 735(4-0) 735. 6, Bob Bovle, Mlddlevllle, 655(4-78) 733; 7, Jim Gostovlch, Bay City, 724(4-0) 724; 8, Jim Buzzle, Alpena, 657(66)-723; 9, Brian Olm-slead, Hastings, 692(4-30) 722; 10, Tim Bower, Bay City, 640(4-8)) 721, and Greg Carr, Lansing, 703(481-721 DOUBLES ACTUAL: 1. Dale Hofmelsler Jr.-Jim Tesner, Bay City, 1,393 DOUBLES HANDICAP: 1. Garv Morris- Ron Logan, White Pigeon, 1,256(4-207) 1,463; , uaie Hotmeister Jr.-Jim Tesner, Bay City, .39310) 1.393: 3. Mark Westcolt-Howard Weslcoll, Fremont, 1,236(13B)-U76; 4, Dave iwmierczax-jonn Lnmeiko, i-raser. ,232 411-1,373; 5, Ken Demolch-Dan Dzier- bicki, Ypsllanll, 1,194(4-162) 1,356. 6, Roger Haataia-Terry Howe, Bay City, .224(4-126) 1.350: 7. Carl Kuzvk-rhurk M- leskl, Muskegon, 1,289(4-48) 1,337; 8, Dave Gusle-James Teuber, Film, 1,308(4-24) 1,332; ', Larry rienaricK-tsiii wrignt, Beidlng, ,180(41471-1,327; 10. Dick Meisch-Ken Ko- sheba, Muskegon, 1,265(4-48) 1,313, and Ken Kershner-Richard Nolloll, White Pigeon, ,097(4-2)6) 1,313 TEAM SERIES ACTUAL: 1. Strlke-N- Spare No.24, New Baltimore, 3,355 TEAM SERIES HANDICAP: 1. Slrlke-N- Spare No.24, New Balllmore,3,355(24)-3,379; , irike-N-apare inio.is, Bay city, ,229(4-111) 3,340; 3, People's Lounge, Grand Rapids, 2,992(4-339) 3,331; 4, Slrlke-N-Spore No.17. Bay Cilv. 3.243(4-75) 3.318 : 5. 2lnnv't Tour, Richville, 3,005(4-27613,281. 6. Wur smi h A -S ars No. 1. Oscoda. ,070(4-198) 3,268: 7, Norlhdurfl Tool 8, Die. Detroit, 3,081(4-177) 3,258; 6, Strike-N-Spare No.34, Bay City, 2,868(4-372) 3,240; 9, Dorr Plumbing, Grand Rapids, 2,808(4-441) 3,249; IbW Ltd., Lapeer, z,vKZ67) 3,Z38. 300 GAMES: Victor Donaohv. Port Huron: Ron Jollev, Livonia; Steve Danlcek, Muskegon. Prop 42 criticism ensures 2d look Proposition 42, from Page ID Western Michigan signed four partial qualifiers last year in all sports, "and three of them made it," said athletic director Leland Byrd. "We don't just accept them across the board. Our admissions people have to see enough in their track record to feel they're going to make it." The rule was submitted by the Southeastern Conference, which already had adopted it for its own schools. SEC commissioner Harvey Schiller said it is an attempt to compel high schools to raise academic standards. "What we hope is that it will force the high schools to do a better job of preparing students, so they can do a better job in college," Schiller said Monday. Vanderbilt chancellor Joe B. Wyatt said Proposal 42 stemmed from the SEC's experience with marginal students in the past. "When we looked at the issue and the data in the conference, what we found was the non-qualifiers having inordinate amounts of academic difficulties," Wyatt said. "Graduation rates were very bad, many players were not making it past their second year on campus, and it seemed to us we were sending the wrong signal to high school and middle school-age kids. "We must not delude young people into thinking that because they have special athletic ability they can ignore their academic work," But some coaches say Proposal 42 would do nothing more than exclude economically deprived athletes of a college education. "Why do we keep bringing up rules that eliminate kids from college?" asked Robert Dozier, football coach at Detroit Mackenzie High. "It's just another means of eliminating kids from low economic backgrounds. And what about those kids from rural Georgia, Mississippi and Tennessee? The poor white kids are going to be affected, too." Dominic Livedoti, football coach at Olivet College, said: "It seems like Prop 42 has cheated the athletes an extra lick. It seems like we might not be giving them the. chance they need and that scares the hell out of me. "We're taking something away from the young athlete who thought he had a chance. Prop 48 didn't do anything like that." Ricky Byrdsong, University of De troit basketball coach, thinks the rule would open the door for, more recruiting violations. "It's going to open a whole new world of cheating at the junior college level, where there's not a lot of NCAA Reaction "Obviously the NCAA and the people responsible for this decision have no compassion for people less fortunate than themselves. You'd have to be totally blind not to see exactly who this will affect the most. It will affect so many, many underprivileged kids. For so many their only chance in life is to get this. They don't have any other avenues out." Ben Kelso, Detroit Cooley basketball coach "It hurts the marginal kids. Some kids can come in as Prop 48 casualties, not meeting the minimum requirements, but still wind up graduating. Under this Proposal 42, we're denying a four-year education to these kids. They can still get in junior colleges, but that's not the same opportunity or competition level." Charles Wilson, MSU assistant athletic director and academic adviser "If we're serious about the issues facing athletes today, then we need to set some standards, and that's what we're trying to do. We know full well that less than two percent of college athletes have a chance to reach the professional level. So I think it's best to prepare the other 98 percent academically for a successful future." Roy Kramer, Vanderbilt athletic director "I think there is too much emphasis put on the ACT and SAT scores You take a look at Terry Mills and Rumeal Robinson, and they've made it. You're punishing the kids when you want to hurt the schools that let anybody in and don't care if they graduate." Jim Harkema, Eastern Michigan football coach attention being paid," Byrdsong said. "It's going to open up a breeding ground for schools to start placing kids in JCs, then make deals for them to come back in two years." Jack Weidenbach, U-M associate athletic director, said: "The Big Ten as a whole was not in favor of it. . . . From the University of Michigan standpoint, it doesn't have much effect. But there's no question that it leaves the potential for denial of entrance to, probably, minorities." PREPS Today's boys basketball DETROIT PSL (3:30) East Murray-Wrlohl at King, Northern al Denbv, Osborn at Finnev, Pershing at Kettering, Southeaslern at Cass Tech. West: Henry Ford at Northwestern, Mumford at Cooley, Mackenzie al Renaissance, Redford at Southwestern, Western at Chadsey. CATHOLIC LEAGUE (7:30) Central: Brother Rice at Bishop Borgess, De La Salle al Redford Catholic Central, Notre Dameat Bishop Gallagher. Double-A: Bishop Foley al Aquinas, Divine Child at Riverview Richard, Shrine at U-D Jesuit. A-West: Holy Redeemer at Cabrinl, Redford SI. Mary at Benedictine, St. Alphonsus at DePorres. A'East: Ann Arbor Richard at Orchard Lake St. Mary's, Oakland Catholic al St. Clemenl. C-D: Cardinal Mooney at St. Hedwlg, Holy Rosary at St. Florian, St. Agatha al Holy Cross, Our Lady of the Lakes at Mt. carmel. SUBURBAN (7:30 unless noted) Eastern Michigan: Anchor Bay at Port Huron, Grosse Polnle South at L'Anse Creuse North, Mt. Clemens at East Detroit, Port Huron Northern al Roseville. Greater Oakland: Pontlac Northern at Lake Orion. Kensington Valley: Mllford al Novi. Macomb Area: Red: Sterling Heights at Chippewa Valley, Sterling Hts. Stevenson at Utica. Blue: South Lake al Lakeview. White: Romeo at Cousino. Crossover: Lake Shore at L Anse Creuse, Utica Ford at Cllnlondale, 7:00. Macomb-Oakland: Center Line af Warren, Clawson at Warren Lincoln, Filigerold al Madison, Warren Molt at Lamphere. Metro: Hamtramckat Lutheran North . Haroer Woods at Clarenceville, Lutheran East al Avondaie. Metro Suburban: Athens at Adams. Suburban Athletic: Inkster at Willow Run. Ecorse at Highland, 6:45; River Rouge at Roblchaud, 7:00. Western Lakes: Lakes: Norlh Farmlnolon at Weslland Glenn, Livonia Stevenson at Walled Lake Central, Salem at Farmlnglon, West: Franklin at Canton, Harrison at Churchill, Walled Lake Western at Northvllle. Wolverine A: Belleville at Wvandolle. Lincoln Park at Fordson, Monroe at Southgate, Trenton al Wavne. Non-league: Allen Park at Riverview, Pioneer al Flint Northern, Berkley at Southfleld-Lathrup, Bethesda al Taylor Baptist, Brandon al Goodrich, Chelsea at Lakeland, Crestwood at Liggett, Davison at Waterlord Kettering, Dearborn at Thurston, Detroit Evanoel at Lutheran West. Dondero at Troy, Erie Mason at Airport, Flat Rock at Dundee, Flint Northwestern at Clarkston, Fraser at Andover, Garden City at Kennedy, Hazel Park at Brablec, Immaculate Conception at Westland Lutheran, Jefferson at Ida, Marine Cilv at Richmond, Melvindale at Temple Christian, Oak Park at Lahser, Roeper at Trov Zlon, Taylor Center at Inter-Cltv Baptist, Truman at Romulus, Waterlord Molt at Flint Kearslev, Wesl Bloomfleld al Seaholm, Woodhaven at Carlson, Ypsllanll Lincoln at Ypsilantl. BOYS BASKETBALL STANDINGS Wings win big in Pliilly; Yzerman gets 500th point Through Monday CATHOLIC LEAGUE RUNNING INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS Rushing: East, Drummond, Syracuse, 8-66; Green, Notre Dame, 14-55, Hunter, Kentucky, 9-53; Brown, West Virginia, 8-27; McAllister, Michigan Slate, 4-16; uiiweg, Duke, l-H. Wesl. Ball, UCLA, 8-42; Perry, Baylor, 3-14; Webster, Southern California, 2-5; Stafford, Oklahoma, 6-1; Hartlieb, Iowa, 5-(minus 17). Passing: East, Dilweg 6-10-0-70; Francis, Tennessee, 9-14-0-57; McAllister 2-4-1-25, Stovanovich, Indiana, 0-1-1-0. West, Aikman, UCLA, 5-10-1-54, Harllleb 5-8-2-40. Receiving: East, Mitchell, Vancjrnllt, 6-87, Waddle, Boston Colle , 3-25; Drummond 3- Hunter 2-0; Brown 1-10; Wevgand, Auburn, 1-7; Gretf 6 West, Ingram, California, 3-39, B.SIater, Washingt2I; Webster 2-15; Perry 1-7; Brlson, Nebraska, 1-6, Phillips, Houston, 1-6. Missed field goals: Easl, Stovanovich, 35. Houston Marathon MEN (top finishers): 1, Richard Kaltany, 2 hours, 10 minutes and4 seconds (course record, old record- 2:1 1:1 1 bv Benii Durden, 1982); 2, Kenny Stuart, 2:1 1:36, 3, Don Jonlckl, 2:11.58; 4, Allan Zachariasen, 2:14:23; 5, Gelr Kvernmo, 2:14 48, 6, Sam Ngatia, 2:15:14; 7, Danny Grimes, 2:15:23, 8, Derek Froude, 2:15:52; 9, Fraser Clvne, 2:16:11; 10, Isalas Roman, 2:16:13; 11, Agaplus Masong, 2:17:48; 12, Btorn Nordheggen, 2:17:50, 13, Richard Umberg, 2:17:54; 14, Jose Luis Chuela, 2:18.19; 15, Roger Soler, 2:1900; 16, Marlll KiilhcJma, 2:19:14; 17, Todd Coffin, 2:1934; 18, DougKurtis, Nonttvile, 2:19:51; 19, Zack Barle, 2:20:24; 20, Dorys Langlois, 2:20:36. WOMEN (top finishers): 1, Veronlq4e Morol, 2:3016; 2, Kim Jones, 2:32:31; 3, Maria Truilllo, 2:32:47; 4, Slssel Groltenberg, 2:34:47; 5, Ellen Rochefort, 2:35:37; 6, Kellle Cathev, 2:37:24; 7, Magda llands, 2:38:03; 8, Charlotte Thomas, 2:38:11; 9, Gall Klngma, 2:38:27; Central Section CON ALL Redford Calh. Central 4-0 5-4 Redford Bishop Borgess 3-1 5-4 Warren De La Salle 2-2 7-2 HW Bishop Gallagher 1-3 5-4 HW Notre Dame 1-3 5-4 Birmingham Bro. Rice 1-3 4-5 Doubla-A CON ALL U-D Jesuit 4-0 7-2 Southgate Aquinas 3-1 8-1 Riverview Richard 2-2 6-3 Roval Oak Shrine 1-3 5-4 Dearborn Divine Child 1-3 5-5 Madison Hts. Foley 1-3 4-5 A-Eaet CON ALL Orchard Lake St. Mary 3-0 7-1 Detroit East Catholic 3-1 3-7 Ann Arbor Richard 2-1 5-2 Center Line SI. Clement 0-3 2-8 Pontlac Oakland Catholic 0-3 1-9 A-Weat CON ALL Detroit Benedictine 4-0 7-2 Detroit DePorres 3-1 6-2 Delroil Redford SI. Mary 3-1 4-4 Dearborn St. Alphonsus 1-3 2-6 Deiroit Holy Redeemer 1-3 4-5 Allen Park Cabrinl 0-4 0-9 C-D Section CON ALL Flint Holy Rosary Redford St. Agatha Detroit St. Hedwlg Hamtramck St. Florian Waterlord Our Ladv Wyandotte Mt. Carmel Marine Cilv Holy Cross Mt. Clemens Mooney 5-1 5-1 5-1 4-2 2-4 2-4 1-5 0-6 DETROIT PSL Eatt Division CON ALL Pershing Cass Tech Northern Denby Murray-Wright Finney King Kettering Southeastern Cenlral Osborn 6-0 1-5 1-5 0-5 10-1 8- 2 5- 3 6- 5 9- 2 6-4 4-5 2- 9 3- 6 2- B 3- 8 West Division CON ALL Cooley Southwestern Cody Redford Chadsey Mackenzie Henry Ford Northwestern Mumford Renaissance Western 6-0 6-0 5-1 3-2 3-3 2-3 2-3 2-4 1-4 0-5 0-5 11-0 11-0 EASTERN MICHIGAN CON ALL Grosse Pointe South Mt. Clemens L'Anse Creuse North Port Huron Port Huron Northern New Bait. Anchor Bay East Detroit Roseville 3-0 3-0 2-1 2-1 1-2 1-2 0-3 0-3 GREATER OAKLAND CON ALL Pontiac Northern Lake Orion Wolerford Molt Clarkston Ortonvllle-Brandon Wolerford Kettering 3-0 2-0 2-2 1-2 1-2 0-3 4-1 4- 5 5- 4 6- 3 6-4 1-8 GREATER METRO CON ALL Bloomfield Hills Roeper 1-0 6-2 Dear. His. Fairlane Chr. 1-1 6-4 Hamtramck Conception 0-1 3-5 HURON CON ALL Gibraltar Carlson 5-0 7-1 Grosse lie 4-1 9-1 Monroe SI. Mary CC 4-1 7-2 Flat Rock 3-2 7-2 Riverview 1-4 3-6 Monroe Jefferson 1-4 2-6 New Boston Huron 1-4 2-8 Carleton Airport 1-4 1-8 INDEPENDENTS ALL Birmingham Del. Country Day 8-2 Detroit Evangel 7-3 Ann Arbor Greenhllls 6-2 GP Woods University Llggell 6-3 Ypsllanll Calvary Christian 5-6 Redford Temple Christian 4-7 Pontlac Cenlral 2-5 Richmond 2-7 Allen Park Inter-Cltv Baptist 1-7 Westland Lutheran 1-8 Ypsilantl Lincoln 1-8 Detroit Caldwell Baptist 0-6 KENSINGTON VALLEY CON ALL Mllford 4-0 9-0 Milford Lakeland 4-1 8-1 Howell 3-1 6-3 Brighton 2-2 4-6 Novi 1-3 4-5 Hartland 1-4 2-8 South Lyon 0-4 1-8 MACOMB AREA Red Dlvlalon CON ALL Ulica Eisenhower 2-0 6-2 Ullca Ford 1-1 6-2 Sterling Heights 1-1 4-4 Sterling Hts. Stevenson 1-1 3-5 Ml. Clem. Chippewa Val. 1-1 2-5 Fraser 1-2 3-5 Utica 0-1 0-8 While Dlvlalon CON ALL St. Clair S. Lake Shore 2-1 7-2 Warren Cousino 3-2 7-2 Grosse Pointe Norlh 1-1 6-3 Warren Woods Tower 1-2 6-3 Romeo 0-1 6-3 Blue Dlvlalon CON ALL Mt. Clem. Cllnlondale 3-0 7-2 St. Clair S. South Lake 1-1 3-51 Mt. Clem. L'Anse Creuse 1-1 3-6 SI. Clair S. Lakeview 1-1 2-7 Roseville Brablec 0-3 1-9 MACOMB-OAKLAND CON ALL Warren 4-0 5-4 Warren Fitzgerald 3-1 8-1 Madison His. Madison 2-2 6-3 Madison Hts. Lamphere 2-2 5-4 Warren Moll 2-2 4-4 Clawson 2-2 3-5 Warren Lincoln 1-3 3-6 Center Line 0-4 3-7 METRO Auburn Hills Avondaie Harper Wds. Luth. East Detroit Lutheran West Livonia Clarenceville Bloomfield H. Cranbrook Hamtramck Mt. Clem. Luth. Norlh Harper Woods METRO CHRISTIAN CON ALL ffarden City United lovi Christian Ponliac Greater Life Saline Christian Taylor Light 8, Life 4-0 4-2 NA 2-4 1-3 METRO SUBURBAN CON ALL Rochester Rochester Adams Bloomfield Hills Lahser Birmingham Groves West Bloomfleld Southfield-Lalhrup Troy Athens Roval Oak Dondero 6-0 5-1 4-2 3-3 3-3 2-4 1-5 0-6 MICH. INDEPENDENT CON ALL Oakland Christian 5-0 9-1 Rochester H. Luth. NW 4-1 7-2 Southfield Christian 3-1 4-4 Warren Bethesda 3-3 3-5 Westland Huron V. Luth. 1-3 4-6 Troy Zlon 0-3 0-8 Plymoulh Christian 0-5 1-8 N'WEST SUBURBAN CON ALL Woodhaven 3-0 9-0 Dearborn Edsel Ford 2-1 10-1 Redford Union 1-1 5-3 Dearborn 0-2 4-5 Garden City 0-2 1-7 SOUTH CENTRAL CON ALL Ann Arbor Pioneer 3-1 6-6 Ann Arbor Huron 2-1 7-2 Romulus 2-1 5-5 Adrian 1-2 4-4 Ypsilantl 0-3 1-7 S'EASTERN MICH. CON ALL Trov Southfield Ferndale Berkley Birmingham Seaholm Bloomfield Hills Andover Royal Oak Kimball Hazel Pork 10-0 6-4 6-3 5-3 5-4 4-5 3-6 1-7 SUBURBAN ATHLETIC CON ALL Highland Park 3-0 7-2 Dearbrn H. Roblchaud 2-1 6-3 Willow Run 2-1 6-3 Oak Park 2-2 5-4 Inkster 2-2 3-7 Ecorse 1-3 3-8 River Rouge 0-3 2-7 TRI-RIVER CON ALL Taylor Truman Redford Thurston Dearborn His. Annapolis Taylor Kennedy Allen Park Taylor Center Melvindale Dearborn H. Crestwood 7-0 6-1 5-2 3-4 3-4 3-4 1-6 0-7 8-2 7-2 6-3 5-5 4-5 3-6 1-8 3-7 WESTERN LAKES Lakei Dlvlalon CON ALL Plymoulh Salem 3-0 8-1 North Farmlnglon 2-1 4-5 Westland Glenn 2-1 4-5 Livonia Slevenson 1-2 5-3 Farmington 1-2 1-8 Walled Lake Central 0-3 0-9 Weilern Dlvlflon CON ALL Farmington H. Harrison 3-0 8-1 Plymouth Canlon 2-1 6-3 Norlhville 1-2 5-4 Livonia Franklin 1-2 4-4 Livonia Churchill 1-2 3-6 Walled Lake Western 1-2 2-7 WOLVERINE A CON ALL Belleville Dearborn Fordson Monroe Wayne Memorial Trenton Lincoln Park Wyandotte Roosevelt Southgate Anderson 4-1 0-5 7-1 7-2 5- 4 6- 2 2-6 6-3 2-6 0-10 Reprinted from Monday's late editions. By Keith gave Free Press Sports Writer Philadelphia "Welcome To The Jungle," is the song they play when the Flyers take the ice at the Spectrum. "And that's the way it usually is," said Flyers goalie Mark Laforest, a former Red Wing. "Not tonight, that's for sure." Not by a long shot. Breaking a recent pattern, the Wings scored early and often Sunday night, building a seven-goal lead in an 8-4 win. Steve Yzerman, with a goal and three assists, got his 500th NHL point. He has 503 and is in his sixth season. "I don't think there's too many teams that have ever done that to the Flyers," Detroit coach Jacques Demers said. "Not here This was the first time all season I could actually enjoy a game." He watched his team score three times in the first 11:05, then add five unanswered goals in the second. In their previous two games, ties at Chicago and Boston, the Wings went about half the first period before they managed a shot on goal. "The boys were a little pumped up tonight," said defenseman Lee Norwood, who earned two assists with excellent passes on breakaway goals by Gerard Gallant and Yzerman. "I don't know why exactly. ..." The victory capped a splendid three-game trip, during which the Wings were undefeated (1-0-2). "And we beat Montreal before we left," said Shawn Burr, who had a goal and an assist Sunday. "That makes it even better." The win ended an eight-game winless streak (0-5-3) on the road and came against a team that hadn't lost at home in 10 games (9-0-1), since Nov. 22. The Flyers were one of the hottest teams in the NHL, with a 12-3 record in their previous 15 games. Now the Wings are. They've lost only once in their last seven games (3-1-3). The victory was Detroit's third in its last four trips to the Spectrum, which isn't kind to visitors. Goalie Greg Stefan stopped 41 shots. The Flyers will be glad to see the last of Yzerman. He scored hat tricks in the first two games, which the teams split. "There's no one reason," said Yzerman, who has 42 goals and 93 points this season. "One thing in those three games was that I got a lot of ice time and when you get a lot of ice time, you're going to get some opportunities." "I saw where Jacques Demers calls him the greatest player in the world," Philadelphia coach Paul Holmgren said. "After what I've seen of Steve Yzerman in three games this year, I'd have to agree with him." "Better than Mario Lemieux?" someone asked. "Maybe I shouldn't say that," Holmgren said. "We still have to play Pittsburgh." Paul MacLean enjoyed his second straight two-goal game, pushing his season's total to 28. Gallant ended a five-game scoring drought with his 23d goal. And rookies Adam Graves, Doug Houda and Kris King scored once each. Yzerman set up the first two goals, both MacLean's. He earned his 500th NHL point when he threw the puck into the crease from the left corner. MacLean missed the puck with his stick, but hit it with his right skate and under Laforest for a 1-0 lead 66 seconds after the opening face-off. MacLean scored his second from the left corner after Yzerman, on his belly in the slot, reached through a crowd and tapped the puck to his linemate at 10:05. Then the game, turned ugly. The-Flyers sought revenge with their fists, and got it.

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