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   Lawrence Daily Journal World (Newspaper) - December 17, 1985, Lawrence, Kansas                                LAWRENCE JOURNALWORLD December 1985 Page 14 Scoreboard Bowling LAST WEEKS TOP SCORES AT ROYAL CREST LANES MEN HI game George Keene Marvin Burns Dave Cyr Gary Kessinger Willie Seaver Ed Fisher Hartley Ballinger HI series Roubison Cyr Keene Johnson Team hi series None to WOMEN HI game Janet Crabill Robin Kidney Sharon Haupt Tommie Carlson Diana Shell Judy Allen Deanna Newman Karen HI series Shell Kidney Crabill Haupt Carlson Sherry Else Ann Neuschaler Doris Anderson Newman Belghtel Team hi series None to AT ROYAL LANES MEN HI game Bob Glass Chuck Shumaker Ed Roste Boyd Shell Harold Taylor Russ Blaylock Jerry Deaton Ray Williams Jim Fallon Ron McCrary Hub Pritchett HI series Glass Taylor McCrary Shumaker Williams Gary Snow Roste Shell Bob Porter Blaylock Team hi series Jayhawk Siding Hallmark Cards Flora Mobil Home Service Royal Lanes WOMEN HI game Marge Snodgrass Else Moore Judy Todd Waneta DeMarville Leann Gross Mary Willems Nancy Dillidine Pam Glasgow Nancy Hague Robin Russell HI series Snodgrass Willems Vickie Bahnmaier Pam England Linda Trotter Hague Todd Dillidine Lori Hepner Moore Team hi series Elses Liquor Lawrence Bat tery Brien Plumbing 2421 Kansas Public Ser vice Mixed Double Stuff Alley Cats I Dont Know Ghostbusters YOUTH Stephanie Heffner Sean Smith Brian Sexton Larry Burrton SENIORS Earl Overbaugh Glen Freeman Harold Harvey Woodrow Sturdy Sports on TV TONIGHT 7 College North Carolina Jacksonville Pro Lakers New York WEDNESDAY College In diana Louisville Blake Curet THURSDAY 8 College Wake Forest North Carolina State Basketball AP COLLEGE POLL By the Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press col lege basketball with firstplace votes in paren total points based on 201918171615141312 record through 16 and last weeks ranking Record Pts Pvs Carolina 45 70 1260 1 90 1191 2 80 1146 3 60 1073 4 1 60 980 5 81 938 7 41 933 5 80 775 8 State 80 713 11 State 70 647 12 Johns 81 609 14 Vegas 51 546 13 UKentucky 51 433 9 81 412 16 62 352 10 52 305 15 41 282 18 40 265 19 41 218 17 Tech 71 55 Others receiving votes Arkansas Bradley Ohio State Tennessee Alabama Iowa Boston College Washington Pepperdlne Maryland Auburn Iowa State Minnesota Wisconsin Lamar Nebraska North Carolina State Pittsburgh Temple Clemson Georgia Purdue Southern Methodist Western Kentucky Richmond WOMENS COLLEGE POLL By the Associated Press The Top 20 womens collegiate basketball teams as compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia In quirer on the votes of 60 womens Firstplace votes in records through points and last weeks Voting based on 20191817 16151413121110987654321 56 50 1196 1 Georgia 4 80 1144 2 Southern Cal 71 1004 4 Long Beach 60 980 6 NE Louisiana 41 970 5 Virginia 80 906 7 Louisiana Tech 81 877 3 Mississippi 71 763 8 Western Kentucky 61 694 9 Penn State 41 586 10 Auburn 61 581 12 Louisiana State 60 552 13 Tennessee 62 515 11 70 455 15 Old Dominion 22 225 17 Ohio State 32 194 18 NevadaLas Vegas 71 191 16 Iowa 63 190 14 Houston 70 166 North Carolina 41 149 19 Other teams receiving votes Idaho Carolina Rutgers Texas Tech Temple Ken tucky Peters Kansas California Washington Illinois Stanford Drake Montana Josephs COLLEGE SCORES By the Associated Press EAST Brooklyn Campbell 47 Cheyney East Stroudsburg 54 Gordon Lawrence 73 NYU Catholic 72 York Baruch67 SOUTH Alabama Florida 89 Bristol Bryan 103 Cedarvllle Palm Beach Atlantic 73 Clemson Baptist 63 Tennessee Augusta 68 Georgia Valdosta 99 Jackson SE Louisiana 69 Jacksonville Athens 57 Tusculum 75 Murray Bowling Green OT Carolina Central 52 New Orleans Oregon Tech 70 Norfolk Johnson Smith 71 Northeastern Stetson 61 Radford Rider M Mississippi Tennessee Tech 93 Belmont Abbey 56 Campbellsville71 West Georgia Morris Brown 62 MIDWEST Creighton Austin Peay 64 Drake William Jewell 66 Iowa South Dakota 58 50 Lewis Central 59 Marshall 65 Michigan Tech Lake Superior 88 Missouri Illinois44 61 Otterbeln Wilmington OT Rio Grande Oakland City 82 Dakota Buena Vista 67 Wright 75 SlUEdwardsville NE 73 SW Minnesota Crosse 68 Wittenberg Heidelberg 64 SOUTHWEST Louisiana Lamar 57 TexasEl Centenary 63 FAR WEST AlaskaAnchorage 70 Bryant 57 Fulltrton Seattle 39 LewisClark Idaho 70 Denver 56 Santa Clara 61 Point Loma HawaiiHilo 59 Santa Fe Regis 61 TOURNAMENTS Yeshlva Chanukah Tournament Championship Yeshiva Vincent 65 Third Place Purchase Pratt 74 WOMENS COLLEGE SCORES By the Associated Press SOUTH Auburn Tuskegee39 Clemson Georgia Tech 80 East Carolina Florida 55 Georgia Florida 62 Marshall Radford 63 Murray I 75 Old Dominion Commonwealth 66 MIDWEST Creighton Wichita Kansas Louisiana 48 Northwestern Tennessee Tech SW Missouri 77 SOUTHWEST TexasSan Antonio Texas 138 FAR WEST Hawaii Toledo 62 Montana Santa Clara 50 NevadaReno Callrvine43 CONTINENTAL BASKETBALL By the Associated Press Eastern Division W L QW Pts Tampa Bay 6 0 13 31 Baltimore 51 16 31 Maine 4 2 15 i 27i Albany 3 3 2 Wj Florida 16 11 14 Bay State 14 10 13 Toronto 0566 Western Division Detroit 43 16 28 La Crosse 35 15 24 Wyoming 41 10 22 Wisconsin 3 2 10Vz Wz Cincinnati 3 1 8Vj Kansas City 2 2 7Vz Evansville 1 5 lOVz 13V NOTE Each victory is worth three points and each quarter won during the game Is worth one Mondays Games No game scheduled Tonights Games Tampa Bay at Maine Wyoming at Detroit Florida at Toronto Albany at Baltimore Evansville at La Crosse Cincinnati at Wisconsin CITY RESULTS Mens 3A C D Oxygen Please forfeit 0 Williams Warriors Phi Delta Beta 66 Phillips University SixtySix Delta Chi Mens A 1 Amyx Barber Shop Hedges Graphics 59 HBWP K mart Unwanted 47 NIX FMC 35 Magic Carpet McGrew Real Estate 31 PEACH BOWL Illinois 7 over BLUEBONNETT BOWL Air Force 5 over ALLAMERICAN BOWL Georgia Tech 2 over Michigan 1 FIESTA BOWL Michigan 4 over COTTON BOWL Auburn 2 over Texas ROSE BOWL Iowa 3 over SUGAR BOWL Miami 8 over ORANGE BOWL Oklahoma 8 over Penn PRO Home team In caps FridayDenver 1 over Saturday GIANTS 8 over Sunday MINNESOTA 3 over Chicago 7 over Cincinnati at NEW ENGLAND no Buffalo at MIAMI no JETS 7 over NEW ORLEANS 5 over Atlan San rJlego at KANSAS CITY pick Green Bay 3 over TAMPA INDIANAPOLIS 4 over SAN FRANCISCO 9 over Monday Raiders 1 over Hockey Football NATIONAL BASKETBALL By the Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L GB Boston 20 4 New Jersey 14 11 6Vj Washington 12 11 TVz Philadelphia 12 12 8 New York 7 17 13 Central Division Milwaukee 18 10 Detroit 14 12 3 Atlanta 12 13 Cleveland 11 13 5 Chicago 9 19 9 Indiana 7 17 9 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 17 8 680 Denver 16 9 1 Utah 15 11 San Antonio 14 12 3Vz Dallas 12 11 4 Sacramento 8 17 9 Pacific Division Lakers 20 3 Portland 15 12 7 Seattle 11 15 10V Golden State 10 18 12V Clippers 8 17 13 Phoenix 7 17 13V Mondays Games No games scheduled Tonights Games Utah at Washington New Jersey at Atlanta Houston at Cleveland Philadelphia at Indiana Lakers at New York Boston at Chicago Portland at San Antonio Golden State at Denver Detroit at Sacramento Phoenix at Seattle Wednesdays Games Dallas at Boston Utah at New Jersey Houston at Philadelphia Lakers at Milwaukee Golden State at Clippers NBA LEADERS By the Associated Press Scoring G FG FT Pts Avj Utah 25 270 221 761 25 281 174 736 28 261 180 25 246 132 627 25 238 148 624 22 213 104 536 22 215 101 534 24 185 205 575 24 211 132 567 21 175 128 496 21 191 108 491 Lac 23 213 105 26 251 91 593 24 182 172 536 23 189 120 498 LAL 23 201 90 20 162 100 26 210 128 548 24 195 115 505 23 203 73 Field Goal Percentage FG FGA Pet 121 189 LAL 200 319 130 208 127 204 189 318 162 278 115 201 127 222 Utah 270 482 Lac 95 170 Rebounding G Off Def Tot Avg 26 98 236 334 25 99 216 315 Olajuwoa 25 140 167 307 20 75 167 242 24 109 173 282 25 73 209 24 152 237 22 61 153 214 24 47 185 232 28 126 143 269 Assists G LAL 21 284 25 286 24 227 24 219 25 222 Utah 26 223 28 239 25 213 25 196 28 213 NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE By the Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE Bast W L T PF PA Miami 11 40 400 320 Jets 10 5 0 254 New England 10 5 0 328 267 Indianapolis 411 0 286 370 Buffalo 2 13 0 200 353 Central Cleveland 8 7 0 277 257 Cincinnati 780 418 403 Pittsburgh 780 369 327 Houston 5 10 0 268 378 West Raiders 11 4 0 338 302 Denver 10 5 0 353 305 Seattle 8 7 0 325 276 San Diego 8 7 0 433 397 Kansas City 5 10 0 279 326 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East xDallas 10 5 0 341 302 Giants 960 371 273 Washington 9 6 0 270 296 Philadelphia 6 9 0 249 275 Louis 5 10 0 262 387 Central xChlcago 14 1 0 419 181 Green Bay 780 317 338 Minnesota 7 8 0 311 322 Detroit 780 290 329 Tampa Bay 2 13 0 277 428 West Rams 11 40 334 261 San Francisco 9 6 0 380 247 New Orleans 5 10 0 284 385 Atlanta 3 12 0 266 442 xclinched division title yclinched wildcard playoff berth Saturdays Games Chicago New York Jets 6 Denver Kansas City 13 Sundays Games Pittsburgh Buffalo 24 Washington Cincinnati 24 Green Bay Detroit 23 Cleveland Houston 21 Indianapolis Tampa Bay 23 Atlanta Minnesota 13 Dallas New York Giants 21 San Francisco New Orleans 19 San Philadelphia 14 Los Angeles Rams Louis 14 Los Angeles Raiders Seattle 3 Mondays Game Miami New England 27 Fridays Game Denver at Seattle Saturdays Games Pittsburgh at New York Giants Washington at Louis 22 Atlanta at New Orleans Buffalo at Miami Chicago at Detroit Cincinnati at New England Cleveland at New York Jets Green Bay at Tampa Bay Philadelphia at Minnesota San Diego at Kansas noon Houston at Indianapolis Dallas at San Francisco 23 Los Angeles Raiders at Los Angeles Rams END REGULAR SEASON NFL SUMMARY DOLPHINS PATRIOTS 27 New England 7 0 3 1727 Miami 7 10 3 1030 MlaRose 6 pass from kick lOpassfrom Eason Frank lln kick MiaFG Revelz 44 1 run Revelz kick NEFG Franklin 22 MiaFG Reveiz 49 NEFG Franklin 49 I run Revelzkick NETatupu 1 run Franklin kick 16 fumbled kickoff return Franklin kick MiaFG Reveiz 47 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHINGNew James Collins 11 Tatupu Weathers Morgan Carter Bennett Nathan Clayton Davenport Hampton Marino 5 minus PASSINGNew Eason Marino RECEIVINGNew Collins Morgan Fryer Starring Ramsey James 1 Dawson Hawthorne Duper Clayton Nathan Hardy Rose THIS WEEKS ODDS By Jimmy The Greek Snyder BOWL GAMES Saturday CHERRY BOWL Maryland 7 over INDEPENDENCE BOWL Clemson 4over Sunday HOLIDAY BOWL Arkansas 2 over Arizona BOWL LSU Baylor 28 CITRUS BOWL BYU 1 over Ohio SUN BOWL Georgia 5over ALOHA BOWL Alabama 5 over 30 FREEDOM BOWL Washington 4 over GATOR BOWL Florida State 7 over Oklahoma Kummcr Representing over 37 toprated BUSINESSHOME LIFEHEAITH Notional tank Building 7th and OJ1 1 04 I I I NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE By the Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA Philadelphia 23 8 0 46 143 93 Washington 18 7 3 39 108 84 NY Islanders 11 10 8 30 109 112 NY Rangers 14 16 1 29 109 104 Pittsburgh 12 15 28 119 113 NewJersey 12 16 1 25 106 120 Adams Division Quebec 17 II 2 36 120 96 Boston 14 10 6 34 115 105 Montreal 15 11 4 34 134 113 Buffalo 14 14 2 30 110 100 Hartford 14 13 1 29 115 114 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Morris Division Louis 13 12 4 30 104 110 Chicago 10 15 4 24 120 139 Minnesota 8 14 7 23 118 118 Toronto 8 17 5 21 115 135 Detroit 7 18 4 18 95 150 Smythe Division Edmonton 23 5 4 50 173 125 Calgary 17 9 3 37 130 100 Winnipeg 10 18 4 24 109 147 Vancouver 10 19 3 23 117 139 Los Angeles 7 19 4 18 101 152 Mondays Game Montreal OT Tonights Games Philadelphia at New Jersey Calgary at Pittsburgh Buffaloat Islanders Detroit at Minnesota Winnipeg at Louis Washington at Vancouver FOOTBALL National Football League SAN FRANCISCO 49ERSPlaced Earl light on injured Resigned John HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRESSent Daren to Rochester of the American Hockey Recalled Paul and Jacques from NEW YORK ISLANDERSRecalled Gerald from Springfield of the American Hockey TENNIS MENS INTERNATIONAL PROFESSIONAL TEN NIS COUNCILAnnounced that John McEnroe has been suspended for six SOCCER American Indoor Soccer Association COLUMBUS CAPITALSSigned Eddie Placed Ed on the disabled KALAMAZOO KANGAROOSSigned Damien Kel Placed on the ed LOUISVILLE THUNDBRSigned David Fer Waived Junior COLLEGE ALLEGHENYNamed Peter Vaas head football Joe Favorito sporls information Don Read head football ISports brief s Soccer MAJOR INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE By the Associated Press Eastern Division W L GB Minnesota 0 Pittsburgh 4 5 2Vj Baltimore 7 6 Vt Cleveland 6 500 3 Dallas 8 4 Chicago 4 7 4Vi Western Division Wichita 8 4 San Diego 6 5 Wz Tacoma 7 7 2 Louis 4 7 Kansas City 4 7 3Vz Los Angeles 4 8 4 Mondays Game No games scheduled Tonights Games No games scheduled Wednesdays Games Pittsburgh at Dallas Louis at Tacoma Wrestling JUNIOR HIGH RESULTS WEST LEAVENWORTH PATTON 33 98 Jaime Gaumnitz 105 Chad won by 112 Aaron pinned 119 Brett pinned 126 pinned Tim 132 pinned Rich 138 pinned Scott 145 Matt pinned 155 pinned Flint 167Chris pinned IBS pinned Hany Heavyweight Mike Boyd Transactions By the Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLESSent Leo out to the New to complete an earlier CLEVELAND INDIANSTraded Rich to the Milwaukee Brewers for Scott Assigned Roberts to Maine of the Interna tional MILWAUKEE BREWERSAsslgned Rich Thomp to Vancouver of the Pacific Coast TEXAS RANGERSAnnounced that Dickie and Ellis will become free effective National League HOUSTON ASTROSTraded Jerry to the Chicago Cubs for Billy out and a player to be named BASKETBALL PHILADELPHIA 76ersActivated Sedale Waived Paul Thompson and Butch TENNIS NEW YORK AP John ranked 2 in the was given a 42day suspension the Mens International Professional Tennis Council McEnroes which began resulted when he ac cumulated fines of more than in a 12month The New lefthander exceeded the limit during the Australian Open when he was fined on three separate oc casions for verbal for audible and for failure to attend his postmatch news conference after he was ousted from the Grand Slam tournament by Yugoslavias Slobodan McEnroe informed Marshall Hap per the Pro Council on Monday that he will not appeal the fines assessed at the Australian COLLEGE BASKETBALL NEW ORLEANS AP Gary identified by witnesses as the mastermind of the Tulane University basketball point shaving was sentenced on Monday to serve three months in pay a fine and perform hours of community ser It was witnesses who obtained cocaine for Tulane basketball involved three of them in the theft of basketball uniforms and equip ment and eventually broached the sub ject of fixing ExRoyals player Rojas files for bankruptcy KANSAS AP Cookie a former allstar se cond baseman for the Kansas City has asked a federal bankruptcy judge to liquidate his personal and business holdings to pay who was with the Royals from and his filed Friday under Chapter 7 of the Federal Bankruptcy They listed personal debts of and assets of They are majority owners of Ro jas and Sons which opened a Latinstyle restaurant in Overland in August and closed it three months Rojas and Sons also filed a Chapter 7 listing debts of and assets of Rojas is a scout for the Califor nia Huskers Hoppen earns Big Eight hoop award KANSAS AP Center Dave who scored 57 points in two games last week to become the alltime leading scorer in Nebraska basketball was named Big Eight player of the week on Hoppen scored 25 points Thurs day to tie the Nebraska career scoring record and help the Cor nhuskers to a 7972 win over Washington He followed with 32 points aganst Montana State on Saturday Hoppen has points in his surpassing Jerry Hoppen also had 16 eight assists and four blocked shots in the two TODAYS CLASSIFIED HOLIDAY GIFT SERVICE GUIDE IT OFFERS A FINE GIFT SELECTION FOR ANY SANTA I Coach says Valentine could be traded soon AP Former Kansas star Darnell Valentine is up for trade and out of the Portland Trail Blazers star ting Blazer coach Jack Ramsay said The 61 Valentine is in his fifth season with Ramsay said secondyear man Steve Colter would take over the starting job from Valentine and rookie Terry Porter would back up I told Darnell at the beginning of the year that if I thought his minutes were going to be diminish I would try to place him with another Ramsay And thats the way it worked A story from last week revealed that Valentine had been offered to the This is a critical year for who is in the final year of his Ramsey He feels he needs to play and show what he can Reached at his Portland home Sunday said he had no Portland drafted Valentine in the first round of the 1981 NBA college ExIrish coach Faust finds hes in demand SOUTH AP Former Notre Dame football coach Gerry Faust said Monday he may accept a college football coaching post later this All of a sudden Im wanted said who resigned four days before Miami overwhelmed the in the final game of Notre Dames disap pointing 56 Faust said he may decide by Thursday or Its pretty whittled down at this I may make one more he Fausts interviews have includ ed discussions with officials at Youngstown State in Rice in and Marshall in Hun Ive been 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