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Blytheville Courier News (Newspaper) - December 24, 1985, Blytheville, Arkansas Page 12 - Courier News, Blytheville, ( Ark. )-Tuesday, December 24,1985North Carolina Tops Poll For 5th Straight Week By The Associated Press A quiet week in which the nation's college basketball elite fattened up on lesser opposition produced only minor changes in the weddy Associated Press poll. The poll released Monday was topped for the fifth consecutive week by unbeaten North Carolina and there were no changes in the next 13 positions in balloting by a nationwide panel of sportswriters and broadcasters. The Tar Heels rebounded from a shaky 69^ decision over Jacksonville to blast Stanford 89-55 and The Citadel 104-51 last week to improve to 10-0. North Carolina received 43 first-place votes and 1,255 points to outdistance No. 2 Michigan, Duke, Syracuse and Georgetown. Michigan, also 10-0, received 15 first-place votes and 1,199 points to hold second for the fourth straight week. Duke, 9-0, received four first-place votes and 1,146 points, while Syracuse, 7-0, had 1,061 points. Georgetown, which improved to 9-0 wiUi a 96-57 rout of Seattle Monday night, had the other two first-place votes and 1,028 points. Kansas, which beat Arkansas 89-?8 in its gan?.? !?.st wwk and ripped George Washington 94-71 Monday night to improve to 10-1, is sixth with 959 points, followed by Georgia Tech, 7-1, 898 points; Oklahoma, 9-0, 797; Louisiana State, 11-0,733. Memphis State, which held 10th with 672 points, won its ninth game without a defeat with an 82-59 decision over Murray State. St. John's, 10-1 after Monday night's 96-58 laugher over Monmouth, leads the Second Ten, followed by Nevada-Las Vegas, Kentucky, Alabama-Birmingham, Louisville, Illinois, Indiana, Notre Dame, Virginia Tech and DePaul. Only the order of last week's Second Ten changed. Last week it was St. John's, Nevada-Las Vegas, Kentucky, Alabama-Birmin^m, Illinois, Louisville, Indiana, DePaul, Notrp Dame and Virginia Tech. Louisville, which beat then-No. 17 Indiana 65-63 last week, Jumped over Illinois, which won its only game of the week, 67-55 over Missouri. Indiana remained 17th with the road loss to Louisville, while Notre Dame, which beat Valparaiso 98-54 in its only game, jumped to 18th, replacing DePaul, and Virginia Tech improved one place after beating West Virginia 76-69. DePaul slipped to 20th after losing 85-70 to Georgetown last Saturday. It was the Blue Demons' first^ver loss at home on national television. DePaul had more troubles Monday night, dropping a 71-56 decision at Purdue. AP Cdllege Poll Hie Ttp Twenty ByAiMci«M|>rtti The Top Twenty team* In ttie Auoclsted Preu' college baiketball poll, with first-place votes In parentliete*, total points based on 20-1MI I7-16-I5 t4 n ij n 10 » S-7 i S-4-3M, re cord through Dec. 22 and last week's ranking-. Record Pts Pvs 1.North Careilna (43) 10-0 2.Mlchlgan C15) 10-0 3.0uke (4) 9-0 4.Syracuse 7-0 S.Georgetown (2) SO «.Kansas 91 r.Georgia Tech 7-1 I.Oklahoma 9-0 1255 1199 114« 10«1 102a 959 797 ».Louisiana State lO.Memphls State ll.St. John's l2.Nev.-Las Vegas «.Kentucky U.AIa.-Blrmlngham IS.Loulsvllle U. Illinois U.Indiana W.Notre Dame 19.Vlrglnla Tech 20.DePaul 11-0 I-« 9-1 7-1 7-1 11 1 «2 7-2 «-2 5-1 1-1 5-1 713 m II «3« 1 $40 i: 411 1 444 1 3« 1 340 1 IN 194 IN 75 11 í,'hirsrtf'TRÄ • Ä WI«onJlnío, A abama 7, Washing 7, Pujj rNeÄa í, Pepperdlne 3-Conne^lc^.J« 2. Michigan State 2 Plttsbur^J. J^Pl. ÄsUlÄÄyl. College Basketball Scores EAST Cleveland St. 90, Md.-E. Shore 54 Fairfield «2, Marist 58 Fordham 44. Columbia 43 Georgetown 9«, Seattle 57 Princeton 54, Rutgers 47 Providence 104, Ark.-Little Rock 80 Sacred Heart 101, St. Michael's 74 St. John's 98, Monmouth 58 St. Peter's 74, Fairleigh Dickinson 59 York, N.Y. 74,/Medgar EversS8 SOUTH Cheyney 54, Florida Tech 53 Gramblingil, Wiley Coll. 59 McNeese St. 85, Concordia, N. Y. 58 Memphis St. 82, Murray St. 59 Transylvania 83, Thomas MoreM IWIDWEST Bradley 81, St. Louis«7 Chicago St. «4, Wis.-Green Bay «1, OT Hillsdale 94, Mich.'Dearborn 83 Illinois 95, Howard«1 Kansas 94, George Washington 71 Kansas St. 78, N. lllinois58 Lewis55, Ind. Pur. Ft. Wayne57, OT Miami, Ohio 63, Cincinnati 62 Minnesota 71, Oklahoma St 59 Nebraska 80, Arizona St. 67 Pepperdine«2, Evansvilleól Purdue 71, DePaul 5« Toledo 56, Ohio Northern 55 SOUTHWEST Lamar 61, NW Lou isiana 47 Texas Christian 85, Long Beach St. 50 FAR WEST Navy 93, Army 63 Cai Davis68, Cai Riverside65 Cai Santa Barbara 102, Montana St. 92 E. Montana 82, N. Dakota St. 74 Fresno St. 89, Sacramento St. 72 Grand Canyon 71, Cal Dominguez Hills 44 Hayward St. 77, Cai Poly Pomona 76 Iowa 84, Gonzaga 64 Montana 78, Washington 65 New Mexico 54, New Mexico St. 44 Oral Roberts69,Cal Irvine63 Pacific 71, Hawaii 56 San Francisco St. 90, Fresno Pacific 77 Weber St. 76, Wyoming 71 TOUHNA.MENT Red Lobster Classic Championship Auburn 89, Boston College 85 Third Place Valdosta St. 55, Central Fia. 46 Sport fans and friends, may this season realize all your goals. From our team to yours, healthiest wishesi 117 E. AAoin - Blytheville, AR - Ph. 763-0963 Hound Dogs Records And Topes is now Located in Piazo Shopping CenterWe Are Your Exclusive Sony Car Audio HeadQuartersOur Compotwnt Systems And Installation Rates Are Designed to Save You Money.We Back A Full Year Replacement Warranty on KWSw^ Equipment.With This Ad You Can Purchase Our 6x9 Coaxial Speakeis for ^69« Reg. 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Here's wishing all our friends and customers all the hope, joy and wonder of Christmas. Thank you for your loyal patronage. OSCEOLA MACHINE WORKS 500 So. Walnut Osceola, Ark. / r«'! . Ircm cur family tc ycurs^ ' we'd like to expres§ cur' wishes fcr a merry yulej OSCEOLA SHOE CO. Cnimpton Rd. Osceola, Ar. Wiremold Company Htglmay 18 E«t Blyttwvill* (»iiß As we journey through life we ask no greater pleasure than the joy of your faith and friendship. Thanlcs for being you! Greyhound Bus Station Clyde Pruett-Agent Blytheville, Arkonsos 763-4441 Santa's bringing you our warmest wishes for a merry Christmas holiday^ filled with good cheer. We thank you for your past patronage. aOSING AT 8 r.M. iCHRiSTIMSEVE <• r* The Gardners GARDNERS BURGER BROIL é«lll».Mi C. i ;