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SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 5,1995 SCOREBOARD PITTSBURGH, W ••'•'' ;S ; pRP&P,H*BLI<: NFL standings College scores NHL standings By Th« Atioclittd Pr*s* AlinmuEDT National Football Ltagu* Expanded Glinc* AMERICAN CONFERENCE East Buffalo Indnphs Miami New Englnd NY Jets Central Pittsburgh Cleveland Cincnnati Houston Jacksonvle West Kan City Oakland Denver San Diego Seattle East Dallas Phila Arizona NY Giants Washington Central Chicago Green Bay Tampa Bay Detroit Minnesota West Atlanta St Louis San Fran Carolina New Orleans W 5 5 5 2 2 W 4 4 3 3 3 W 7 6 4 4 2 W 7 5 3 3 3 W 6 5 5 3 3 W 5 5 5 3 2 L 3 3 3 6 7 L 4 4 5 5 6 L 1 2 4 4 '6 L 1 3 5 5 6 L 2 3 4 5 5 L 3 3 3 5 6 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 T 0 0 0 0 0 Pet .625 .625 .625 .250 .222 Pet .500 .500 .375 .375 333 Pet .875 750 .500 .500 .250 PF 156 162 214 113 130 PF 171 168 189 156 138 PF 199 213 168 148 145 PA 145 167 133 194 237 PA 174 156 183 161 186 PA 138 123 137 162 195 Homt 4-0-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 2-3-0 2-2-0 Horn* 3-2-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 Homa 4-0-0 4-0-0 3-1-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 Away 1-3-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 0-3-0 0-5-0 Away 1-2-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 Away 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 2-3-0 0-4-0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Pet .875 .625 .375 .375 .333 Pet .750 .625 .555 .375 .375 Pet .625 625 .625 .375 .250 PF 231 164 134 139 204 PF 218 187 134 187 162 PF 159 157 205 145 145 PA 131 182 194 171 217 PA 173 161 148 189 177 PA 175 169 107 171 185 Homa 3-0-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 3-2-0 Homa 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 Homa 3-1-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 Sunday 1 * Gamta New England at New York Jets, 1 p.m. Houston at Cleveland, Detroit at Atlanta, ] 1 p.m. 1p.m. St Louis at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Green Bay at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Washington at Kansas City, 1 Oakland at Cinema ati, Buffalo at Indianapolis 1 p.m. ,4 p.m Pittsburgh at Chicago, 4 pm. . p.m Carolina at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Ariz6na at Denver, < ip.m. New York Giants at Seattle, 4 p.m Miami at San Diego , 8 p.m. Open date: Jacksonvilh Philadelphia at Dallas, s, Tampa Bay Monday's Gam* 9 p.m. Away 4-1-0 3-1-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 0-4-0 Away 3-1-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 0-4-0 1-3-0 Away 2-2-0 2-2-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 1-3-0 AFC 4-3-0 3-3-0 5-2-0 2-3-a 2-5-0 AFC 3-3-0 3-3-0 3-4-0 2-3-0 3-4-0 AFC 5-1-0 4-2-0 3-3-0 3-3-0 2-5-0 AFC 2-0-0 0-2-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 0-2-0 AFC 2-0-0 1-0-0 1-2-0 1-1-0 2-0-0 AFC 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-1-0 2-1-0 1-0-0 NFC 1-0-0 2-0-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 NFC 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 1-2-0 0-2-0 NFC 2-0-0 2-0-0 1-1-0 1-1-0 0-1-0 NFC 5-1-0 5-1-0 2-4-0 3-4-0 3-4-0 NFC 4-2-0 4-3-0 4-2-0 2-4-0 1-5-0 NFC 3-3-0 5-2-0 4-2-0 1-4-0 1-6-0 DIV 2-2-0 3-1-0 3-2-0 1-1-0 1-4-0 DIv 2-2-0 2-1-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 3-3-0 DIv 4-0-0 2-2-0 1-3-0 3-2-0 1-4-0 DIv 2-1-0 3-0-0 1-4-0 2-2-0 2-3-0 DIv 3-1-0 3-1-0 1-1-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 DIv 2-2-0 3-1-0 3-1-0 1-2-0 1-4-0 - NFL injuries NEW YORK (AP) — The National Foot- ball League Injury report for Week 10 as provided by the leaguer Sunday BUFFALO AT INDIANAPOLIS — Bills: DE James Pation (hip), WR Andre Reed (hamstring) are out. RB Thurman Thomas (hamstring) Is doubtful, LB Monty Brown (quadrlcep), WR Ruitel Cope land (neck) are questionable. WR Justin Armour (ankle), LB Cornelius Sennet (shoulder), CS Jeff Burrlt (ankle), S Henry Jonti (shoulder), T Glenn Parker (ankle), CB Thomas Smith are probable. Colts: O Eric Mahlum (knee), RB Lamont Warren (thigh) is out CB Conrad Clarks (ham- string), QB Jim Harbaugh (groin), TE Marcus Pollard (shoulder), WR Floyd Turner (hamstring) are questionable. LB Jeff Herrod (foot), WR Bobby Olive (thigh) are probable. HOUSTON AT CLEVELAND — Oilers: TE Michael Roan (shoulder), S Marcus Robertson (knee), TE Jim Thornton (tye) are out. RB Gary Brown (knee), DT Ray Chlldress (shoulder), LB Lamanskl Hall (hamstring), T David Williams (back), CB Steve Jackson (hamstring) are question- able. Browns: S Bennle Thompson (arm), S Eric Turner\ (backfire cm*. TE WJfiiW Reeves (knee) is doubtful. WR Derrick Alexander (leg), WR Michael Jackson (groin), WR Keenan McCardell (knee), Rob Burnett (thigh), RB Leroy Hoard (leg) are questionable MIAMI AT SAN DIEQO — Dolphins: CB Caivin Jackson (calf) It doubtful. TE'Eric Green (knee) and RB Irving Sptkes (back) are questionable, Chargers: CB Darrlen Gordon (shoulder) Is out. DETROIT AT ATLANTA — Lions: TE Ron Halt (teg), RB Eric Lynch (foot) are out. Falcons: DE Lester Archambeau (neck), DT Pierce Holt (knee) DE Chuck Smith (toe) are questionable. OREEN BAY AT MINNESOTA - Packers: CB Keith Crawford (knee), DT Gabe Wilklns (Knee) are out. WR Charles Jordan (knee) is questionable. CB Doug Evans (ankle) Is probable. Vikings: LB Jack Del Rio (knee) Is questionable. G Chris Hinton (shoulder), RB Robert Smith (ankle) are probable ST. LOUIS AT NEW ORLEANS- Saints: T Richard Cooper (elbow), G Chris Port (neck) are out. DE Joe Johnson (ankle), LB Wlnfreti Tuobs (thigh) are question- able. RB Mario Bates (ankle), WR Michael Hay ties (toe), S Sean Lumpkin (groin), T Craig Novltsky (back), WR Torrance Small (back) are probable. Rams: WR Alexander Wright (back) Is out. RB Jerome Bettli (fool) Is questionable. S Torln Dorn (knee), RB Leonard Russell (toe) are probable. PITTSBURGH AT CHICAGO ~ Steelers: WR Johnnie Barnes (knee),, T John Jackson (knee), CB Rod Woodson (knee) are out. LB Chad Brown (knee), RB Bam Morris (back) are questionable. CB Randy Fuller (knee), DT Oliver Gibson (hand), S Carnell LaKe (anRle), WR Ernie Mill* (hip), G Tom Newberry (toe), CB Chrlt Otdham (quadrlcep), 5 Darren Perry (toe) are probable. Bears: TE Chris Gedney (colitis), RB Raymont Harris (collarbone), are out. DE Ai Fontcnot tihoulder) Is ques- tionable, ARIZONA AT DENVER - Cardinals: CB Patrick Hunter (knee) is doubtful. CB Brent Alexander (shoulder), RB Mark Hlggs (groin), WR Rob Moore (ankle) are probable Broncos: DT Shane Dronett (knee), s Tim Hauck (calf), WR Vance Johnson (hamstring), WR Mik« Prltchard (knee), DE Dan Williams (knee) are prob- able. NEW ENGLAND AT NEW YORK JETS - Patriots: DE Tim Roberts (kne») is doubt- ful. S Eddie Cade (hamstring) and CB Ty Law (hip) art questionable WR Vincent Brisby (hand) Is probable. Jets: PE Donald Evans (ankle), T Slupeli Malamala (knee) and S Marcus Turner (concussion) are out. S Ron Carpenter (groin) and CB Otis Smith (ankle) are questionable. TE Fred Baxter (hamstring), QB Bobby Brister (knee), C Cal Dlxon (back), QS Boomer Eslason (concussion) and T Ever- ett Melver (concussion) are probable. OAKLANO AT CINCINNATI - Raiders: DE Nolan Harrison (back), T Gerald Perry (arm) are out. S Eddie Anderson (ham- string) Is doubtful. LB Mike Morton (ankle) is questionable. CB Albert Lewis (thigh) and CB James Trapp (knte) are probable. Bengals: CB Mike Brim (back) and G Bruce Kozerskl (ankle) are out. G Scott Brumfleld (groin), WR Darney Scott (ankle) and LB Steve Tovar (knee) are questionable. LB Kevin Jefferson (neck), CB Rod Jones (groin) and T E Derek Ware (knee) are probable. - - CAROLINA. AT. SAN. FRANCISCO —_??«•• thers: T Derrick Graham (knet) U out.' LB Brett Faryhlari (toot) I* questionable. RB Bob Christian (ankle) and WR Eric Gullford (concussion) are probable. 49ers: G Derrick Deese (ankle) and WR Nate Singleton (clavlcal) are out. TE Brent Jones (knee) Is doubtful. QB Steve Young (shoulder) is questionable. T E Brett Carolan (hamstring), LB Antonio Goss (knee), CB Marquez Pope (thigh) and OT Bryant Young (ankle) are probable. NEW YORK GIANTS AT SEATTLE — Giants: s Maurice Douglass (knee) Is out. QS Dave Brown (knee), TE Howard Cross (knee), and WR Thomas Lewis (foot) are questionable. Seahawks: DE Michael Me- Crary (knee) Is out, QB John Fri« « (shoulder) Is doubtful. S Rafael Robinson .(hip) Is questionable. S Jay Bellamy (thigh). LB Duane Qickett (groin), S Robert Blackmon (hamstring), and LB Dean Wells (thumb) are probable. WASHINGTON AT ~ KANSAS CITY — Chiefs: DE Darren Mlckell (shoulder) Is doubtful.\CB Jay Taylor (calf) Is question' able. RB Marcus Allen (ankle), RB Don- neil Bennett (knee), CB Dale Carter (knee) and WR Tamarick Vanover (hamstring) are probable. Redskins: WR Henry Ellard (hamstring), G Vernlce Smith (knee) and WR Michael Westbrook (knee) are out. DT Marc Boutt« (shoulder), C Cory Raymer (ankle), DT William Gaines (ankle), C John Gesek (elbow), G Tre Johnson (ankle), RB Marc LOgan (loot) and S James Washington (groin) are probable. Monday PHILADELPHIA AT DALLAS - Eagles: DT Rhett Hall (lungs), and T Lester Holmes (knee) are out. WR Fred Barnett (thigh) is questionable. Cowboys: C Roy donaldson {knee and DT Russell Maryland (knee) are questionable. QB Troy Alkman (calf), LB Dlxon Edwards (pectoral), DE Charles Haley (back), CB Clayton Holmes (groin), RB Daryl Johnston (groin), DT Leon Lett (biceps), S Brock Marlon (thumb), CB Deion Sanders (hamstring), RB Em mitt smith (shoulder), DE Tony Toibert (knee), T Mark Tulnel'tbick), S Charlie Williams (ankle), T Erik Williams (calf), and WR Kevin Williams (quadrlcep) are probable. Darts Valley Vending Adirondack Dm Lasgu* u of Nov. 3 Division A Teams w t Northend I 44 e Knotty Pine Top Guns 31 8 RIvefsloe 26 13 JJ'i Bar Darts 34 1« Barnstead I., 31 18 Bay Shooters 38 24 Cobble Hill 33 n Friendly Tavern 1 15 37 JJ'l 1 11 2S Beoos Team 7 32 Northend IV 7 32 Division B Teams w I Doc's 30 1 Northend III 38 14 JJ's III 15 n Straight Shooters 35 17 Knotty Pine Flights 24 - 15 JJ's II 30 22 Wooden Nickel M 25 37 Northend II IB 34 Wooden NIcKel I It 34 Friendly Tavern II '.7 32 Bayvlews Ladles o 39 Monday Night Cricket Dlvlalon A Tumi w I Peabody's II 44 21 Red Lyon II 43 22 Cheers 1 30 32 Monopole 28 24 Peabody's 1 14 31 Big Dogs 33 32 Cardinal Pub ill 25 27 Fourth Ward 24 28 One-Eyed Jacks 26 3v pappy Jacks 1 18 34 Hooters Shooters 30 45 Division B Ttim« w I Woodstock III 18 8 Cocktails 42 33 Chi Booms 1 30 32 Eight Post 1 33 17 Cardinal Pub 1 20 1* ' Woodstock 1 32 33 Lyon Kings 25 27 Rlbbers 22 30 Store Tavern 19 33 Korlna 17 35 Division C Teams w I Mickey's 49 14 Paopys Mixers 37 13 Woodstock II - 31 16 Joe's I I 24 15 Joe's 1 34 31 Cardinal Pub II 3s 2< Hangar Tavern t 23 2* Hooters Shooters II Is 23 Red Lyon 1 15 50 Niche 13 53 Wednesday NluhlXOI Division A Tsama ' w I Dart N Ators 47 16 Cocktails 43 22 Dry Dock 1 41 24 Niche 40 25 Joe's III..! 27 25 Dlno'i 2» 3s Pappy Jacks 1 38 17 Joe's 1 35 40 Eight Post 1 17 35 Shooters Too 15 50 Division B Tssms w I Shooters 40 35 Joe's II 32 20 Legion Ears 40 25 Long Branch I -. 34 J» Brownells Pets 21 II Dry DOCK I I 3J 33 Store Tavern 1 21 37 Brownells Pets 23 10 Holiday Inn Liters 35 40 Store Tavern II 23\ \ \'42 Motion les Masters Tssms w I cm Booms 50 25 Dlno'sBull Dawgs.... 49 26 Joe's Underdogs :37 38 Arnle's 14 61 Northern Tier Tesms Bowl Mart Armands II Pavllllon 1 Weathercock Country Club Dannies Pub 3 Roams Nest 3 Dannies Pub 1 Pavllllon 3 Robins Nest l AS of Nov. 1 w 83 59 54 51 44 4] 3». 35 27 31 1 9 33 37 40 47 48 47 Si 64 70 p » 3619 2395 1771 3294 1315 1171 1451 1157 521 974 Albright 47, Susquehanna 14 Allegheny 61, Ohio Weilyn 0 American mil. It , Towson St. 17 Assumption 54, Mill.-Lowell 13 Bates 33, Bowdoln 29 Bentlsy 39, AAIT 6 Bloomsburg 34, East stroudsburg 37 Boston College 10, Tempts 9 Brldgewater.Mass. 35, Mass. Maritime 31 Brown 47, Harvard I Bucknell 31, Holy Cross 7 Buffalo St. 22, SI. John Pliher I Canislus 21, lona 14 Carnegie-Mellon 39, Junlata 7 . Cent. St., Ohio 33, Bulfslo 7 Colby 33, Tufts s Concord 25, W. Virginia St. I I Connecticut 21, Boston U. 17 Cornell 38, Yale 10 Dartmouth 43, Columbia 37 Delaware 23, William It Mary 20 Dickinson 7, Gettysburg 7, tie Duguesne 41, St. John's, NY 22 East Carolina 31, Army 25 Edlnboro 42, Mansfield 0 Fairmont St. 41, W. va. Weilyn 34 Fltchburg St. 14, Mail.-Boiton 7 Gallaunet 49, Williamson Trade 10 Geneva 17, Westminster, Pa. 0 Georgetown, D.C. 33, Slsna 19 Glenvllle St. 40, Shepnerd 10 Hamilton 33, Mlddlebury 20 Hobart 37, HartwIcK 33 \ Indiana, Pa. 14, Clarion 9 Ithaca 35, Cortland St. 19 James Madison 27, Northeastern 13 Kean 3, Brockport St. 3, tie Kings, Pa. 45, FDU-Madlsonao Kutitown 21, west Chester 12 Lafayette 35, Colgate 9 Lahlgh 17, Fordtiam 0 Lycomlng 13, Lebanon Val. 9 Maine 24, Massachusetts 31, OT Maine Maritime 13, Framlngham St. I Marlst 38, St. Peter's 0 Mercyhurst 9, Gannon 6 Mlllersvllle 54, CheyneyO Moravian 34, Wllkes 9 New Haven 34, Bowie St. 0 Pace 36, stonenlll 10 Plymouth St. 30, stpny Brook 12 Princeton 33, Penn 9 Rhode Island 27, Vlllanova 10 Robert Morris 33, Bethany.W.Va. 7 Rowan 41, Wm. Paterson 6 s. Connecticut 14, Cent. Connecticut St. 3 Sacred Heart 63, Curry 14 Salve Reglna 31, W. New England 6 Shlppensburg 26, California, pa. 15 Slippery Rock 34, Lock Haven 6 Springfield 10, C.W. Post 6 Trinity, Conn. 33, Amherst 10 union, N.Y. 44, Rochester 7 Urslnus 17, Muhlenberg 10 W. Connecticut 27, Kings Point 17 W. Maryland 39, Swarthmore 6 Wagner 31, Monmouth, N.J. 20 Walsh 21, Groye city 16 waynesburg 20, Frostburg St. 14 West Liberty 35, W. Virginia Tech 0 west Virginia 59, Rutgers 26 WIdener «, Delaware vat. 14 Williams 42, Wesleyan 0 Worcester Tech 34, Coast Guard 13 SOUTH Ala.-Birmingham 40, Charleston Southern 14 Alabama 10, LSU 3 Alabama St. 37, Grambllng St. 16 Alcorn St. 31, Miss. Valley St. 27 Appalachian St. 26, VMI 24 Auburn 38, NE Louisiana 14 Cent. Florida 38, Bethune-Cookman 7 Centre 21, Davidson 6 Ciemson 17, North Carolina 10 Delaware St. 17, N. Carolina AJ.T 10 Elon 20, Wofford 16 Florida SI, N. Illinois 20 Georgia Southern 27, Furman 30 Georgia Tech 24, Wake Forest 23 Liberty 7S, Hampton u. 14 Louisville 34, Tulane 14 Marshall 52, E. Tennessee St. 0 Maryland 30, N. Carolina St. 13 Miami 35, Baylor 14 Middle Tenn. 45, Tenn.-Martin 17 Mississippi 34, Memphis 3 Murray St. 17, E. Kentucky 7 Richmond 7. New Hampshire 3 S. Carolina St. IB, Howard U. 14 Samford 35. Morgan St. 24 Southern U. 52, Florida AIM 38 Tennessee 42, Southern Miss. 0 Ti.-Chattanooga 29, Citadel 24 vsnderbllt 14, Kentucky 10 V rglnia Tech 31, Syracuse 7 MIDWEST tall St. It , Kent 13 Bowling Green 33, Ohio U. 7 Dayton 36, Evansvllle 10 E. Illinois 20, W. Illinois 17 Illinois 26, Iowa 7 Illinois St. 31, N. Iowa 29 - Kansas 42, Missouri 23 Kansas St. 49, Oklahoma 10 Miami. Ohio 39, E. Michigan 23 Michigan St. 28, Michigan 25 Nebraska 73, Iowa St. 14 Northwestern 21, Penn St. 10 Notre Dame 3S, Navy 17 Ohio St. 49, Minnesota 21 Purdue 38, Wisconsin 27 - s.-ltllnolt-30,W^Kchtucky_ai - . SE Missouri 21, Morehead St. 12 Toledo 19, Cent. Michigan 7 ' Valparaiso 20, Aurora 15 Youngstown St. 24i-Akron 10 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 26, Mississippi St. 21 Arkansas St. 21, San Jose St. 7 Colorado 45, Oklahoma St. 32 Jackson St. 13, Texas Southern 9 Texas 48, Texas Tech 7 Texas Christian 19, Southern Meth. 16 FAR WEST Arizona St. 37, UCLA 33 Boise St. 63, E. Washington 44 Brlgham Young 45, Tulsa 35 California 27, Washington St. 11 Colorado St. 56, Texas-El Paso 10 Idaho 17, N. Arizona 14 Montana 35, Idaho St. 21 Nevada 30, Utah St. 25 New Mexico St. 39, Pacific 37 Oregon 34, Washington 33 San Diego St. 38, New Mexico 29 Southern Cal 31, Stanford 30 UC Davis 37, s. Utah 21 UNLV ]4, North Texas 24 Utah 30, Wyoming 24 College hockey Saturday's College Hocksy Scots* EAST Armyo, Union. N.Y. 0, tie Buffalo St. 6, Brockport st: 5 Clarkson 5, Bowling Green 3 Massachusetts 5, Merrlmack 4, OT Mail.-Lowell[5, Princeton 4 New Hampshire 1, Maine 3, tie Providence 4, Boston College 3 SOUTH Ala.-Huntsvllle 6, Windsor 5 MIDWEST Lake superior St. 4, St. Lawrence 1 Michigan 4, Ferris St. 1 Minnesota 4, St. Cloud 3 N. Dakota 5, Mlnn.-Duluth 3 Vermont 4, Miami, Ohio 3 ^ •• W. Michigan 6, Notre Dame 2 TOURNAMENTS Potsdam Invtutlonal Championship Potsdam St. 5, St. Michael's 1 Third Pise* Skldmore 8, Plymouth St. 2 RrrToumamant Championship Rochester Tech 10, Elmlra 4 Third PIscs Fredonla St. 5, Oswego St. 2 Sports on TV Live, ssme-day and delayed national TV sports coverage tor Sunday, Nov. 5 (sched- ule sublect to change and-or blackouts): (All time* Isstem) SUNDAY, NOVEMIERI 12:30 p.m. CBS — NASCAR Auto Racing, Grand National Series, Miami 300, at Homestead, Fla. 1 p.m. FOX — NFL Football, regional coverage NBC - NF L Football, New England at New York Jets CBC — CFL Football, Division semifinal, Birmingham at San Antonio TNT - Golt, Saraien World Open Championship, final round, at Atlanta 1:30 p.m. ESPN — USA Basketball, Women's Na- tional Team at Connecticut 3 p.m. ABC - PGA Golf, Kapalua Interna- tional, final round, st Maul, Hawaii SCNY — Women's College Soccer, Atlan- tic Coast Conference Championship 3:30 p.m. ESPN - Men's tennis, - Paris Open, championship match, at Paris (same-day tape) 4 p.m. Fox — NF L Football, N.Y. Giants at Seattle NBC — NFL Football, Pittsburgh at Chicago CBC, ESPN2 — CFL Football, playotts, Division semifinal, British Columbia at Edmonton 7 p.m. CTV - Figure Skating, skate Canada In- ternational • p.m. ESPN — NFL Football, Miami at San Diego • P-m. CTV — NBA Basketball, Minnesota at Vancouver NHL Glance AIITImssMT EASTERN CONMRKNCE Atlantic Division w L TPte ae OA Florida 9 4 0 I I it 36 Washington 9 4 0 I I 4| 30 Philadelphia ; 3 3 17 « 30 N.Y, Rangers 7 S 1 15 47 42 New Jersey 4 4 1 13 34 25 Tampa Bay 3 s 4 10 32 45 N.Y. -Islanders 3 12 6 34 SI Northeast Division Pittsburgh 6 1 3 15 56 36 Montreal 7 6 0 14 » 41 Ottawa 6 6 0 12 18 40 Hartford 5 5 1 11 35 34 Buffalo ' 4 7 1 9 32 31 Boston 3 7 3 8 42 47 WESTERN CONFERENCE Cantial Division , W L TPtl OF OA Detroit 7 5 2 16 51 34 Chicago 6 5 2 14 44 37 Winnipeg 6 6 2 14 S3 54 Dallas 5 5 3 13 41 43 Toronto 5 5 3 13 42 43 St. LOUlS 5 6 1 11 30 36 Pacific Division Colorado 9 3 1 Iv 48 33 Los Angeles 5 3 4 14 46 42 Vancouver 4 4 4 12 47 49 Edmonton 4 5 3 11 31 46 Anaheim 5 B 0 10 42 42 Calgary 18 3 5 35 46 San Jose 0 7 4 4 34 50 Saturday's Games Detroit 5, Dallas 1 Washington 3, N.Y. Islanders 2 Pittsburgh 7, Philadelphia 4 Montreal 4, Boston 1 Toronto 3, Edmonton 3, tie Hartford 5, Ottawa 4 Vancouver at Calgary (n) St. Louis at San Jose (n) New Jersey at Los Angeles (n) Sunday'e Qames Tampa Bay at Florida, 6 p.m. Winnipeg at Buffalo, 7 p.m. Hartford at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. New Jersey at Anaheim, 8 p.m. Colorado at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Canadiens 4, Bruins 1 Boston 0 10-1 Montreal 2 2 0- 4 First Period—1, Montreal, Bure 1 (Kolvu, Odelein), 5:45. 2, Montreal, Brunei 7. (Kolvu, Damphousse), 19:21 (pp). penalties—Maiaknoy, Mon (holding), 2:04; Van stefenelll, Bos, double minor (roughingi, 8:11; Sarauit, Mon (roughing), 8:11; Stevenson, Mon (Interference), 12:03; quintal, Mon (roughing), 14:24, McEachern, Bos ^Interference), 11:36; Cierkawskl, Bos (boarding), 19:41. Second Round—3, Montreal, Kolvu 4 (Brunei, Quintal), 1:45 (pp). 4, Boston, Leach 3 (Stevens, Donato), 10:57 (pp). 5, Montreal, Savage 12 (Recchl, Turgeon), ll:ia. Penalties—Neely, 80s, malor (fighting), 2:36; Brashear, Mon, major (fighting), 2:36; Donato, Bos (holding); 7:04; Montreal bench, served by Brashear (too many men), 9:34; Moger, Bos, malor (fighting), 12:05; Malakhov, Mon, double mator-game misconduct (high-sticking, fighting), 12:05; Bourque, Bos (Intarfer-. ence), 13:56. Third Period—None. Penalties—Racine, Man (hlgh-stlcklng), 6:35; Donato, Bos (hooking), 15:20; Rohioff, Bos, double minor (high-sticking, roughing), 19:37; Stevenson, Mon, double minor (hlgh-stlck- lng, roughing), 19:37. Snots on goal—Boston 14-11-11—36. Mon- treal 11-11-4-26. Power-play Opportunities—Boston 1 of 7; Montreal 2 of s. Goalies—Boston, Lacher 1-4-2 (26 shots- 22 saves). Montreal, Roy 7-5-0 (36-35). A—17,959 (16,259). Referee—Dpn Koharskl. Linesmen—Ron Asselstlne, Pat Dapuzio. . * * Wings 5, Stars 1 Dallas OO1- 1 Detroit 0 3 2-5 First Period—No scoring. Second Period—1, Detroit, Larlonov 3 (Lidstrom, Johnson), 4:35 (pp). 2, Detroit, Fedorov 6 (Lidstrom, Yzerman), 6:44 (sh). 3. Detroit, Dandenault 2 (Errey, Yjer- man), 11:28. Third Period—4, Detroit, Koilov 3 (Fedorov, Larlonov), 3:16. 5, Detroit, Johnson 1 (Pushpr, Lidstrom), 11:36. 6, Dallas, Gllchrlit 3 (K.Hatcher, Zmolek), 16:11 (pp). Shots on goal—Dallas 9-4-7—20. Detroit 8-9H2-29. Power-play Opportunities—Dallas 1 of 7; Detroit 1 of 2. Goalies—Dallas, Moog 2-3-1 (29 shots-24 saves). Detrott, Osgood 6-2-1 (30-19). A—19,833 (19,875). Referee—Dan Marouelll. Linesmen- Bob Hodges, Mark Pare. . Capitals 3, Islanders 2 Washington 111-3 N.Y. Islanders 0 0 2-2 First Period—1, Washington, Bondra 6 (Juneau, Konowalchuk), 1:44 (pp). Second Period—3, Washington, Klee 3 (Hunter, Cote), 7:47. Third Period—3, New York, Luongo 1 (Bertuzzl), 13:36. 4) Washington, Bondra 7 (Plvonka, Konowalchuk), ia:l». 5, New York, Semak 4 (Muller, Palffy), 16:24. Shots on goal—Washington 11-8-6—25. New York 6-7-13—26 Power-play Opportunities—Washington 1 of 5; New York 0 ot 5. Goalies—Washington, Kolzlg 2-2-0 (36 shots-34 saves). New York, Soderstrom 1- 51 (25-23). A-9,076 (16,397). Referee—Mike McGeough. Linesmen- Pierre Champoux, stephane Provost. Penguins 7, Flyers 4 PlUladslphla Pittsburgh 0 2 2-4 2 3 2-7 First Period—1, Pittsburgh, Nedved 4 (Smollnskl, Mlronov), 2:11 (pp). 3, Pitts- burgh, Lemleux 11 (Maciver, Naslund), 16:22. Second period—3, Pittsburgh, Francis I (Smollnskl, Jagr), 6:19. 4, Pittsburgh. Naslund 3 (Lemleux, sandstrom), 6:53. 5, Philadelphia, -Fedyk s (Svoboda, Brlnd'Amour), 14:59 (pp). 6, Philadelphia, Juhlln 2 (Dinten, Svoboda), 18:55 (pp). 7, Pittsburgh, Murray l (AAaclver, Nedved), 19:54. Third Period—8, Philadelphia, Mont- gomery l (DIMalo), 3:06. 9, Pittsburgh, Jagr 11 (Lemleux, Msclver), 4:54 (pp). 10, Philadelphia, Juhlln 3 (Samutisson),'6:55. 11, Pittsburgh, Lemleux 12 (Jagr, Fran- cis), ' 19:16 (en). Shots on goal—Philadelphia 12-10-15—37. Pittsburgh 13-16-7—36. Power-play opportunities—Philsdelphla 2 ot 7; Pittsburgh 2 of 6. Goalies—Philadelphia, Roussel (21 shots-17 saves), Snow 1-1-1 (6:53 second, 14-12). Pittsburgh, wregget (1212), Bar- rssso 5-1-2 (0:00 second, 35-24). A—17,181 (17,181). Referee—Andy Van Hellemond. Linesmen—Tim Nowak, Ray Scaplnelio. Leafs 3, Oilers 3 Toronto 12 0 0—3 Edmonton 0 2 1 0-3 First Period—1, Toronto, Domi 1 (Momesso, Murphy), 2:29. Second Period—2, Toronto, Warriner 2 (Craig, Sundln), 2:13. 3, Edmonton, Buchberger 4 (Thornton, Merchant), 10:00. 4, Toronto, Kolesar 1 (Craig', Murphy), ' 13:10. 5, Edmonton, Mironov V (Thornton), 18:54. Third Period—«, Edmonton, Arnott 4 lager. Weight), 1J:17. Overtime—None. Penalties—None. Shots on goal—Toronto 7-11-3-1—31. Ed- monton 14-14-6-2—36. Power-play Opportunities—Toronto o ot s; Edmonton Oof 10. Goalies—Toronto, Potvln 4-4-3 (36 shots- 33 saves). Edmonton, Ranford 4-4-3 (21-18). A—13,831 (16,230). Referee—Terry Gregson. Linesmen— Mike Cvlk, Jay Sharrars. Whalers 5, Senators 4 Hertford 2 2 1-i Ottawa 1 1 »-« ~ First Period—1, Hartford, Shanahan 1 (Wesley, Cassels), 3:21. 7, Ottawa, straka 4 (Allredsson), 7:is. 3, Hartford, Sanderson 2 (Rice, Nlkollsnln), 15:40. Second Perlod>-4, Hartford, Shanshan 2 (Wesley), 2:30 (pp). 5. Hartford, Nlkollshln 1, 4:S8 (sh). 6, Ottawa, cunneywonn 1 (Bonk), 9:46. Third Period—7, Ottawa, Tormanen 4 (Bonk, Duchesne), 1:03.1, Ottawa, Bonk 4 (Cunneywoith, Duchesne), 10:15 (pp). », Hartford, Emerson 5 IKron, Wesley), 11:35 (PP). Shots on goal—Hartford 14-3-6—33. o t taws 12-14-11—37. Power-play opportunities—Hartford 2 of 4; Ottawa 1 ot 6. Goalies—Hartford, Reese 1-1-0 (17 shots-34 saves), Ottawa, Beaupro o-s-0 0 7 11), Bales (7:07 second, 6-5). A—8,794(10,575), Referee-Don Van Massenhoven. Llnismsn-Scott Drlicoll, Ron Finn. Weekly Schedule Nov. 5-11 Harness rocirsg Horse raang S M Saratoga Ra f cevay • ^:s^u.day'siesutts«'' NBAOIsnce EASTERN CONFERENCE AltantloOtvlelon W L Pet 01 New .York 2 0 1.000 — Miami 1 0 1.000 >/i Orlando 1 1 .500 1 Philadelphia l 1 .500 l Washington ' 1 1 .500 l New Jersey o 1 .000 l'/> Boston' - o 2 .ooo 2 Central Division Chicago 2 0 1.000 — Indiana 2 0 1.000 — Atlanta 1 1 .500 1 Charlotte 1 1 .500 1 Milwaukee 1 1 .500 1 Toronto 1 ) .500 1 Cleveland 0 2 .000 2 Detroit 0 3 .000 J WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Dlvlalon W L Pet Q» . Dallas 2 o i,ooo — Houston l o l.ooo '/. Utah l 61.000 'A Vancouver 1 0 1.000 '/> Denver 0 1 .000 17) Minnesota 0 1 .000 l'/> San Antonio 0 1 .000 l'/i Pacific Dlvlalon L.A. Clippers 1 0 1.000 — L.A. Lakers 1 0 1.000 — Sacramento 1 0 1.000 — Phoenix 0 1 .000 1 Portland 0 1 .000 1 Seattle 0 1 .000 1 Golden State 0 2 .000 l'/i Saturday's aamss Washington 100, Detroit 89 Miami 85, Cleveland 71 Charlotte 119, Philadelphia 108 Atlanta 124, Orlando 91 Indiana 97, Toronto 89 Chicago 107, Boston 85 New York 84, Milwaukee 71 Dallas 99, Golden state 84 san Antonio at Denver, (n) L.A. Lakers at Seattle, (n) Sunday's Games Utah at Portland, I p.m. Houston at Phoenix, 9 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Sacramento, 9 p.m. Minnesota at Vancouver, 9 p.m. Mavs 99, Warriors 84 GOLDEN STATE (04) Mullln 6-9 4-5 16, Smith 3-12 0-0 4, SelKaly 3-10 5-B n , Hardaway S : ll 0 0 18, Sprewell 6-11 5-7 18, Armstrong 1-3 3-2 4, Gatlino 3-5 00 6, Marshall 1-6 0-0 3, Roller 1-3 1-1 3, Barry 00 oo 0, wood o-l 2-3 2. Totals 31-78 19-2384. - . .. DALLAS (99) Mashburn 3.18 6-9 12, Jones 9-17 6-6 24, Williams 5-6 o-l 10, Kldd 2-5 1-2 5, Jackson 7-13 1-3 15, Harris0-50-OA Brooks3-7001, Davis 01 00 0, McCloud 7-13 0-0 U , Meyer l-l 1-3 3, Parks 2-3 o-o 4, Dumas 0-3 2-3 1. Totals 39-91 17-25 99. Golden Suite 22 I t 22 21 —M Dallas 23-33.21 22- W 3-Poln) goals—Golden state 3-12 (Har- daway 2-7, sprewell >3, Armstrong 0-1,. Marshall 0-1), Dallas 422 (Brook* 2-5, Mc- Cloud 3-6, Jackson 0-2, Kldd 0-2, Harris 0-3, MashbuTn 0-4). Fouled out-None. Re- bounds—Golden State 44 (Smith, seikaly 9), Dallas 59 (Williams 15). Assists— Golden state 12 (Hardaway 7), Dallas 24 (Kldd 11). Total fouls—Golden State 22, Dallas 21. Technicals—Meyer, Golden State Illegal defense. A—17,502 (17,503). Heat 85, Cavs 71 CLEVELAND (71) Mills 2-9 5-7 10, Hill 5-13 1-4 13, Amaechl 1-90-0 2, Phllls 2-5 0-05, Brandon38 0-1 6, Cage 3-6 o-l 6, Maierle 1-4 2-2 4, Ferry 4-6 l-J 11. Sura 2-2 3-6 7, Miner 1-3 o-o 3, Crotty 1-1 0-0 2, Marshall 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 26-68 14- 23 71. MIAMI (IS) Owens 5-T2 3-3 13, Willis 3-7 6-7 10, Mourn- ing 4-9 7-9 15, Danllovic 5-11 3-4 16, Coles 4-8 5-5 13, Gamble 3-6 3-2 7, Asklns 1-3 2-2 4, Rencher 1-3 3-6 5, Thomas 1-1 0-0 2, Myers 00 00 0. Totals 35-6031-3815. Clsvalsnd 1*211 3 11-7 1 Miami 21 21 1« 13-8 6 3-Point goals—Cleveland 512 (Ferry 3-3, Phllls 1-1, Miner 1-2, Mills 1-3, Majerle 0-3). Miami 4-12 (Danllovic 3-6, Gamble 1-2, Owens 0-1 , Asklns 0-1, Coles 0-2). Fouled out—Hill. Rebounds—Cleveland 37 (Cage 8), Miami 56 (Willis 14). Asslsts- Cleveland 15 (Sura 4), Miami IS (Owens, Willis, Danllovic, Coles, Gamble 3). Total fouls—Cleveland 33, Miami 22. Technicals—Ferry 2, Mills, Danllovic, Miami Illegal defense 2. Elections—Ferry, Mills, Danllovic. A-15,100 (15,200). Late boxes Lakers 98, Nuggets 96 DENVER (M) McDyess 5-9 0-2 10, Williams 2-7 0-0 4, Mutombo 2-7 3-4 7, Rose 0-2 0-0 0, Abdui- Rauf 13-23 2-2 32, Hammonds 1-3 3-4 5, D.Ellis 412 2-2 12, Stlth 1-14 6-1 22, MacLean 2-5 O-2 4, Spencer OO 0-0 O. Totals 3712 16-24 96. LA. LAKERS (M) Campbell 4-7 001 , Lynch 2-10 2-2 6, Dlvac 6-1345 16, Ceballos 7-1112-12 26, Van Exel 815 4-4 34, Blount 1-2 0-0 2, Threat) 4-9 1-3 10, Roberts 1-10-0 2, Strong O-O 0-0 0, Miller 3-4 0-0 4. Totals 35-79 23-26 98. Denver 20 25 23 2S-M LA. Lakers 27 31 20 20 - Kings 95, Wolves 86 MINNESOTA (M) Mltehsu 2-9 o-o 4, ougllotta 1-11 4-4 u , ^ '.ettner 413 7-8 16, West 3 1 2-11, Porter 4-910-10 19, Garn tit 4-4 0-O 8, Allen 1-4 0-0 2, Rooks 2-41-3 5, Rider 1-2 0-0 2. Bragg 3-5 VI 7, Davis 0-3 0-2 0. Totals 29-79 25-3916. SACRAMENTO («S) W.WIIIIams 7-17 2-2 20, Grant 4-9 4-6 13, Polynlce 4-5 1-1 9, Richmond 6-13 3-4 17, Hurley 1-2 o-o 2, Edney 1-4 2-? 4, Smith 3-4 3 6 9, causwell 1-1 o-l 2, Marclullonls 3-7 6-9 13, Corbln 3-51-2 7. Totals 3347 22-33 95. Minnesota 21 10 22 24-M Sacramento 22 21 Z« 2t-f» Grizzlies 92, Blazers 80 VANCOUVER (92) King 4-11 4-4 12, Gattlson 1-7 1-1 3, Ben- lamln 11-19 7-10 39, B.Edwards 4-11 1-1 10, Anthony 5-11 5-7 15, Harvey 1-4 0-2 3, Scott 4-7 6-6 14, Avent o-o 0 0 o, Moten 1-3 1-2 3, Reevei 2-2 0-0 4. Totals 33-75 2S-33 95. PORTLAND (80) CRoblnson 11-29 1-14.33, Dudley 0-2 0-0 0, Sabonls 3-9 4-6 10, Grant 6-11 1-2 13, Strickland 413 4-6 13, Wlngtleld 2-9 0-0 4, J.Robinson 3-7 0-2 7, Slater O-O cut 0, Childress 01 0-0 0, Trent 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 29-11 17-30 80. Vancouver 1» 22 20 11—*2 Portland 17 22 22 ig-to Clippers 112, Suits 106 PHOENIX (10t) Berkley 512 11-13 31, Green i-9 4-4 13, J.WIIUams 3 1 4-> I , Johnson 14-19 s-13 if . Person 2-9 0-0 4, TUdale 210-0 4, Flnley 4-9 4-414, Carr 0-0 0-0 o. Perry 1-3 0-03, Kleins 0-1 O-OO. Totals 34-77 31-31104. LA. CUPPERS (112) Murray 417 2-2 14, Vaught 914 1-2 it , B.WIIIIams 3 * 1-12 14, Sealy 5-14 1-4 11, Oehere 2-9 1-2 7, Rogers 8-12 4-4 30, PiatkowsM, 3-6 5-s 14, Barry 3-4 oo 7; Outlaw 1-1 04 3, Roberts 24 0 4 4. totals 43-lS 23-11113. •hoenlx . . 32 21 1» 34-10*. j,;Wy , • Capers ,. . - 1»-ai;.»*SHr«111i Hawks 124, Magic 91 ORLANDO (SI) - Scott 1-9O03, Grant411-29, Koncak2-3. 0 0 4/ Hardaway 5-1? 4-6 14, Anderson 5-10 6-7 16, $haw 8-16 1-2 19, Turner 1-4 O0.2, Royal 3-4 3-5 9, Thompson !-6'2-2 7, VaUShn 2-4004, Hamlnk 1-22-44. Totals34-85 19-21 91. ATLANTA (124) Norman 6-10 1-5 14, Long 5<9 4-4 14, Lang 1-60-02, Blaylock 4 8 3-4 15, smith 10-150-0 27, Augraon 9-13 1-2 19, Webb 4-8 1-3 11, Ehlo 3-6 2-2 7, Henderson 0-2 1-2 1, Bullard 4-7 0-0 9, Mupdt l-l 0-0 2, Nathan 1-2 1-1 3. TotalS47-87 16-23 134. Orlando 21 19 KM- (1 Atlanta ' 19 29 44 32-12 4 3-Polnt goals—Orlando 4-33 (Shaw ,2-7, Thompson 1-2, Scott 1-6, Turner 0^1\ Ander- son 0-2, Hardaway 0-5), .Atlanta \ 14-27. (Smith 7-8, Blaylock i-6, Bullard 1-3, Nor- man 1-3, Ehlo 1-4, Lang 0-1, Webb 0-2). Fouled out—None. Rebounds— Orlando 57 (Hardaway 7), Atlanta 50 (Norman 9). Assists—Orlando 17 (Shaw 5), Atlanta .34 (Blaylock 9). Total fouls—Orlando 33, Atlanta'' 22. Technicals—Orlando coach Hill. A—13,539(16,365). Hornets 119,76ers 108 PHILADELPHIA (101) pumas 3-4 0-0 4, Weatherspoon 9-14 3-3 20, radiey 114 1-2 17, Maxwell 9-17 4-6 25, stackhouse 513 5-7 15, Alston 1-2 o-o 2, Wright 5-7 6-8 16, Bennett o-l o-o o, Malone 2-9 5-5 9. Totals 41-81 23-31 108. CHARLOTTE (119) Johnson 10-17 2-7 22, Rice 7=17 5-5 21. Geiger 3-3 l-l a, Reeves 1-4 do 2, Gill 513 4-4 14, Zldek 7-16 7-7 21, Adams 01 00 0, Curry 8-15 1-2 33, Hancock 3-3 1-1 5, Parish 0-3 2-2 2, Sutton 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 44-93 24-30 119. Phllidelphia 21 a 35 24-101 Chartotts 28 20 3> 35-118 3-Polnt goals—Philadelphia 311 (Max- well 3-7, Stackhouse 0-4), Charlotte 7-19 (Curry 5-8, Rice 2-4, Reeves 0-2, Johnson O-2, Gill 0-3). Fouled out—Geiger, Zidek. Rebounds—Philadelphia 54 (Bradley 15), Charlotte 49 (GUI 7). Assists—Philadelphia 17 (Maxwell 12), Charlotte 30 (Gill 10). Total fouls—Philadelphia 23, Charlotte 31. Technical—Maxwell. Flagrant foul— Bradley. A—24,042 (23,698). Bullets 100, Pistons 89 DETROIT (89) _. . Roe 2-4 34 7, Thorpe 4-7 1-29 , West 0 0 00 0, Hill 816 u-16 27, Hunter 414 8-9 16, Mills 2-6 2-4 6, Macon 2-3 OO5, Reid 3-5 3-4 9, Houston 411 3-3 10. Totals 29-66 30-42 89. WASHINGTON (100) Wallace 6-13 4-4 16, Howard 6-13 5-6 17, Muresan 3-4 o-l 6, Cheaney 3-8 s-6 13, Pack -9-18 4-4 36,.Mcllvaine 1-1 3-3 5, Legler 2-50-0 6,~B»tce'l-3002, McCann0-0000, Butler TTOi SECOND fUCEfiks1MI)ei>u<se:»i,300 Clmj,AIL»25Oo:(Alli«es). '••'• 2 Slrm Ol.th South (Cp^llo) • 3.20 2.40 3.20 4 pelt* K'lnopin.lR.-PuglUite) 3.403.00 »brl«niio|klpr^r(/Ji:;Bi*rii4tte) 2.90 »|pr^(i4 Time: o:30.6!i;pi,p!i:ji:.i 8:00.4 tweUi^'iilfi'trM'''' i^ftrM:. •ally Double (4-2) Paid M0.5O tiU;p^»jf*ii tgnjo tiipU;p^»jf*i!i tgnjo;. Sot: Dry Potyder.-.Rastui • THIRD RACE Pace'! Mile Purse: J3.200 1 Airborne Boomer (8 , Cross) 3.50 2.10 2.70 4 Touch! BrolherlB. Bejsfiger) 4.70 3.10 3Bryles's Emijlre L«» W. Randall) 3.40 Time: 0:28.2 0:59.31:29.21:59.3 WWPW'liM 100. Detroit 2 * 31 16 16- •• Washington . 32 18 30 22—100 3-Polnt goals—Detroit 1-12 (Macon 1-2, Mills, O-l, Houston 0-4, Hunter 0-S), Washington 7.19 (Pack 4-9, Legler 2-3, Cheaney 1-2, Wallace 01 , B.Price 0-2, Butler - 0-2). Fouled out—None. Re- bounds—Detroit 46 (Thorpe 12), Washington 47 (Howard 8). Assists— Detroit 16 (Hill 6), Washington 19 (Pack 7). Total fouls—Detroit 28, Washington 31, Technicals—Wallace, Coach Lynam. A— 18,756 (18,756). Knicks 84, Bucks 71 NEW YORK («4) Mau n 5-10 5115 , Oakley 3-9 4-4 10, Ew- Ing 7-14 3-4 17, Harper 311- 2 7, starks 5-9 1-3 13, Smith 5-17 5-6 IS, Davis 3-7 0-0 7, Ward 0-10-0 0. Totals 31-7519-2714. MILWAUKEE (71) Baker 7-11 4-6 18, Robinson 5-30 4-5 14, Mobley 1-2 0 0 3, Mayberry 0-3 0-0 0, Newman 2-3 0-0 5, Conlon 310-0 6, Day 3-8 5-611, Vurdock 4-91-110, Cummlngs 0-20-0 0, Lister 0-10-0 0, Respert 2-3 0-0 5, Keys 0/0 0-0 0. Totals 27-77 1418 71. Naw y<u* 23 23 It 23-8)4 Milwaukee 20 11 1t 13-71 3-Point goals—New York 3-10 (Starks 3-5, Davis 1-3, Oakley 0-1, Ewlna 0-1, Smith 0- 1). Milwaukee 3-13 (Newman 1-1, Respert 1-1, Murdock 1-3, Baker 0-1, Robinson 0-2, Mayberry 0-2, Day O-3). Fouled out - Conlon. Rebounds-New York 62 (Swing 13), Milwaukee 44 (Biker 16). Asslsts- New York 20 (Mason 6), Milwaukee 18 (Murdock 3). Total fouls-New York 16, Milwaukee 24. Technicals—Harper, Smith, Conlon, New York Illegal defense. A— 10,433 (18,633). Pacers 97, Raptors 89 TORONTO (at) Plnckney 3-6 0-2 6, Rogers 3-4 0-2 6, Tabak 47 3-6 11, Robertson 2-9 o-o 5, Stoudamlre 7-23 1212 26, Earl 14 1-2 3, Anderson 2-6 2-2 7, Murray 7-16 3-4 19, salley 3-8 0-0 6, O.MIIIer 0-0 0-0 0, King 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-84 21-30 89. INDIANA (97) Ferrell 3-7 1-3 5, D.Davis 9-10 1-2 19, SctllntZlUS 3-5 0-0 6, R.Miller 614 10-10 23, Jackson 3-5 2-3 8, Johnson 2-6 0-0 4, A.Davis 2-31:4 S, Pierce 2-9 7-111, Caldwell 4-5 0-0 8, Workman 2-2 4-6 8, Best o-o o-o o, Hoiberg 0-00-00. Totals35-6626-3597. Toronto 17 21 33 18-8 * Indians 34 21 13 24-1 7 3-Polnt goals—Toronto 4-19 (Murray 2-7, Anderson 1-3, Robertson 1-5, King 0-1, Stoudamlre 0-4). Indiana 1-7 (Miller 1-4, Jackson 01 , Pierce 0-3). Fouled out— Murray, Salley. Rebounds—Toronto 47 (Salley 9), Indiana 54 (D.Davis 13). Assists—Toronto 30 (Stoudamlra 11), In dlana 36 (Jackson 11). Total fouls—Toronto 29, Indiana 39. A—16,640 (16,510). Bulls 107, Celtics 85 BOSTON (•!) Radla 7-20 O-3 14, Fox 3-5 7-111, Montross 3-5>8 9, D.Brown 3-S 2-2 I , Douglas 0-3 2-3 2, Barros 4-8 0-0 10, Burrough 3-10 2-4 a, Williams 3-6 6-10 12, Wesley 3-8 3-4 9, Clax- ton 1-1 6-3 3. Totals 29-71 25-43 85. CHICAGO (107) Plppen 7-11 6-6 21, Rodman 0-0 0-0 0, Lcngley 4-10 o-o 13, Harper 6-8 0<1 13, Jor- dan 5-13 5-7 15, Kerr 311 O-O 7, wennlngton 1-3 0-0 2, Caffey 3-3-3-3 6,. Kukoc 4-8 3-4 10, R.Brown-2-4 o-o 4, Slmpklns 3-S 1-3 7, Buechler 4-71-3 ii.Totui'41-W 17-25107. Chicago 12 M I I 2t- 88 CMcsgo 25 21 35 21-107 3-Polnt goals—Boston 2-9 (Barros 2-3, Williams o-l, Fox 0-2, Wesley 0-3), Chicago 411 (Buechler 3-2, Plppen 1-3, Kerr 1-4, Harper 0-1, Jordan 0-1). Fouled out— Williams, Caffey. Rebounds—Boston SO (Radla 16), Chicago 53 (Rodman, Longley. 8). Assists—Boston 17 (Barros 6), Chicago 30 (Plppen, kukoc 5). Total fouls-Boston 24, Chicago 31. A-r-33,6OI (21,500). Saturday'* Sport* Transactions •y Th* A**od*t*d Pres* HOCKKY National Hockey Le*0us BOSTON MUMS — Recalled Msrk Corn forth, defenseman, and Ryan Hushes, center. EMcWWPsWliMO - FOURTH RACE Psce 1 Mile Purss: $1,100 Clmg.AII,»25OO(AI!;ages) 4 B J'S Daisy Mae (Capp»llo) 10.00 3.50 2.70 1 Kllornatte'r. (5. Mongeon) 2.302.10 5 Bradish Fyry(A,Copper) 2.70 Time: 0:29.41:00.01:30.3 2:01.4 Exact* (4-1):t»«li»1» > ()0 ; .. Triple (4-1.5) Paid M4.0O FIFTH RACE Pace 1 Mil* Pur*e: *3,soo 6 Nate's Jate (J . Stark Jr.) 4.10 3.40 3.80 5 K-K'S Kingdom (S. Mongeon) 3.80 3.20 VAunt Tessle (D, Cappello jr. ) 3.30 Time: 0:30.1 i:oi.2i;3O.4 J:oo.i Exacta (6.5) Paid 118.60 Pick Three (1-4-4) Paid SU.50 SIXTH RACE Pace 1 Mils Purse: $2,400 Clmg. All, Mooo (All ages) 2 Hickory Falcon (J . stark Jr) 4.60 3.60 3.90 3 Celtic Devil (B. Cross) 3.70 2.70 6 Shannon Customer (R. Leslie) 4.70 Time: 6:28.3 6:59.11:39:0 i:5B.i Exacts (2-3) Paid W.20 Triple (?•» ) P*ild $101.00 SEVENTH RACE Pace 1 Mile Purse: $5,200 3 Strawberry Chrm (Myers) 24.405.90 3,70 1 Pop Pop Klnkald (M. Whltcroft) 6.30 2.40 5 Right Uncle Rube (R. Leslie) 3,20 Time: 0:29.16:59:11:29.31:59.2 Exacts (3-1) PaJdms o EIGHTH RACE Pecs t Hlle Purse: $1,200 Clmai^KfiippMlABes) a^KfppMlB). seine Zoom (G.Kamal) 3i.80it.80io.oo 6 Gary Letsgo ( (F. Rala II ) 6.00 7.20 7 Wet Suit U . Randall) 7.70 Time; 0:21.10;5j.3)Y3i:o.2:02.3 Exacta (5^) Paid $121.50 ' Tilple (5-G-7) PaU'tSOKOp Dally Double.(3-S) Paid $253,00 . '• «cr: Deputy Ralph NINTH RACE Psce.1 Mile Puts*: $2,200 4WHRGladiator; (Stark Jr) 1O.8O5.1O4.1O 8 FVench KnlghHA. Cooper) 5.10 3.70 7J Jlggs (H. Wesibrook Jr.) 6.20 Time: 0:29.11:00.21:29.3 2:01.1 Exacta (4-8) Paid »3a.so Triple (44-7) Paid .$512,00 Attendance: 060 Muluel Handle: $123,1(1 Today's entries Posttlme:i!05p.Ri. FIRST RACE Pur**: $1,7DO Trot 1 'Mile 1 Master Stony Ford (P, Beaulleu) 3 1 2 Copter Baby (D. Cappello Jr.) 101 3 Miss C P (T. Lourle) 121 4 Lemaris Kash (We; BUke) 4-1 5 TV countess (E . Hysell) 8-1 6 Prestlgeous Bowl (J. Cross) 6-1 7Cracker|ac(H. Smith) 8-1 « Pebbles Road (P. Davis) 5-2 SECOND RACE Purse: $1,200 Pace 1 Mile Clmg, All. $2SO0 (ail agsa) 1 Fredel's Mushmouse IF . Rala II ) 6-1 2 Deputyfeaiph (J;',Crois) 5-2 3 Skippers Playboy (Je. Mettlson) 15-1 4 Deep.Rooted (I.Mauran) 4-1 5 Justasteve (S. AADngeori) * .3-1 6 Tennessee Walt (B. Cross) 8-1 7 Direct Courier (W. Mlllard) ' 10-1 8 Major Collins (B. Belanger) 8-1 9 Walton Express ID. Cappello Jr.) 12-1 THIRD RACE Purse: 11,400 Pace 1 Mile 5 yr olds 61 under 1 Night Train Lane {B. Cross) 5-2 2 Home Improvement (R. Pugliese) 3-1 3 Lady Dl's Dream (M. Whltcroft) 4-1 4 Brand New Mohawk (B. Belanger) 10-1 5 Bry Jess Bry (J. Randall) 8-1 6 Benson's Pride (H. Westbrook III ) 6-1 7 Diamond Shampoo (P. Dudka)\ 12-1 FOURTH RACE Purs*: $1,900 Trot 1 Mile 1 Bullvllle Angle IB. Cross) 6-1 2 Mr Jos BioulB. Belanger) 8 1 3 Signal Hill Sunu(S. Mongeon) 4-1 4 Dynamic Kash (j . stark Jr.) 5-2 5 Levity Lobell (We. Blake) 3-1 6 songs sister (D. Cappello Jr.) 12-1 7 Just My Bill (V. Ruggerl) 10-1 8 Lets Make Music (P. Dudka) 8-1 AE: Czar Lobell FIFTH RACE Pun. : $2,700 PK»1 Mile 1 Mohawk Sampson (B. Belanger) 6-1 3 Webster's Pride (J. Myers) 8-1 3 Floored (D. Cappello Jr.) 3-1 4 Bo Scots Big Fell* (B. Cross) 5-2 5 Vigilance (J. Stark Jr.Jr.) 4-1 6 Walton's In Town (Wm. Clark Jr.) 8-1 SIXTH' RACE Purse: $1,900 Pac* 1 Mil* 1 Bice Table IK. Gould); . 3-1 2-Sta'rO|-Tucsonr(P.-Dudk*) . 10-1 ~3 Cam Corrisfcross)—• 12<l 4 Bad Manners (H. Smith)- s-i 5 Curragh's Honey (D: Cappello Jr.) 6-1 6 Fleet Friend (E. Hysell) 121 7 Achieve! Dream (J. Stark Jr.) 4-1 I silver Piece (H. Westbrook Jr.) 8-1 9 Mohawk Elite Jim (S. Mongeon) 5-1 AE: Slonal Hill Sari SEVENTH RACE Purse: $1,900 Trot 1 Mil* Cimg. AIL $3000 (Alleges) 1 Nannlck's YankeetJ. Randall) 10-1 2 Breeiy Knoll Di (J. OeCarro) 3-1 3 Hang o n Neut (M. Whltcroft) i-l 4 Scorella (R. Pugliese) 10-1 5 New England Grit (I.Mauran) 9-2 6 Body Double (D. Taft) 12-1 7 No Tracks (D , Cappello Jr.) 5-2 8 Astro Logic (8. Cross) 4-1 EIGHTH RACE Purse: $1,300 Pace 1 Mile 5 yr olds 4 under 1 J R Betty Sue (J. Cross) 10-1 2lcandew(D. CappeltoJr.) . 4-1 3 Premiere EtollelR. Pugliese) 12-1 4 Appogee (B. Cross)' 5-3 5 Canaco Rabbit (J. Stark Jr.) 3-1 6 Keystone otto (S. Mongeon) 12-1 7AvonArls(H.HobbsJ.r.) 15 : 1 8 Just Marty (H. Westbrook Jr.) 8 1 9 Jackie B (M . Whltcroft) 9-3 AE: Kermlts Fellow NINTH RACE Purs*: $1,300 Pace 1 Mil* Clmg. All. $2500 (All ages) F»M ' 1 Erin's Promise (M. Whitcroft) 10-1 2 Beachy Keen (S. Mongeon) 6-1 3 Tlluana Chef (B. Belanger) 4 1 4 Camden Storm (B. Cross) 5-2 5 Ima Brat (1_, Browe Jr.) 15-1 6 Call For Lady (D. Cappello Jr.) 3-1 7 Ladybug Collins (J. DeCarlo) 8-1 8 Fancy Free (J. Cross) 10-1 Latest line By J. McCarthy Although Buffalo has struggled Its list two games, Indianapolis comes Into this contest with s weak 2-14-1 record vs. the spread as a home favorite. We feel the winner will be decided by a field goal, so let's play Buffalo +3</S for another Best Bet winner. Other plays Include Atlanta/Detroit Over 45, New Orleans -1 vs. St. Louis, and Oakland/Cincinnati Over 46. NFL Favorite Point* Underdog Sunday INDIANAPOLIS 3'A(38) 1(44) 3(38) 1(45) 7(40) 6(44) 1(43) 2Vi (41) 1(38) ;vj (40) 7(46) Green Bay New England ATLANTA CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY NEW ORLEANS CHICAGO SEATTLE DENVER Oakland SAN FRANCISCO 14(41) SAN DIEGO 2 (41) Monday DALLAS UV, (43) Buffalo MINNESOTA NY JETS Detroit Houston Washington St. Louis Pittsburgh NY Giants Arizona CINCINNATI Carolina Miami Philadelphia Bye Week: Jacksonville and Tampa Bay NBA Fsvorite Points Utah 2Vi PHOENIX 4'/i SACRAMENTO 9 Underdog PORTLAND Houston LA Clippers VANCOUVER Minnesota 3 NHL Fsvorite Goals Underdog FLORIDA MV i Tampa Bay PHILADELPHIA lvt-2 Hartford BUFFALO 1-1'/J Winnipeg. New Jersey * V,-1 ANAHEI M CHICAGO Even-vi Colorado Home Turn In CAPS (C) IM S TRIBUNE MEDIA SERVICES, INC. NCAA Women's Division III Soccer Second Round Saturday,'Nov. 4 At S t Peter, Minn. UC San Diego 2, Washington, Mo. 0 Gustavus Adofphus, Mlhn. 1, Macalester 0 At Geneva, N.Y. . Rochester 2, Heidelberg 1 William smith 1, Williams College 0 AlAllsnta Randolph-Mscon.Va.O, Trinity, Texas 0, Randolph'Macon won In a Shootout Methodist; NX . 1, Emory, Ga. 0 AtAmrierst.Mas*. Amrierit, Mass, 1, Sowdoln, Maine O Richard Stockton, N;J. % Trenton State, . N.J.I \. • • ..... '-• Aqueduct Race Track fMtHday'streauM* Waather clear Track fart Pint race .3 (, up * ft H. t futkmg* Claiming.$11,500 5 Indian paradise (Chavez) 410 310 2 JO 1A NOW I HOP* (Bailey) 3 203 4 ! 6 Promised Relic (Chavez) 100 . T 1 113 Scr Charmless, I Feel The Thunder Exact* 5-1 Paid $1*,*0 Second tac*. 2 yo -1 furlong* Maiden Special Weight. $21,000 9 S.a Hers* (D.avls) , 6.50 3.50 3J0 5 Joe Jones (Krone) 410310 6 ultimate Sanction (Bailey) 2.48 T 111 2 Exacts 9-5 Paki $2830 Oulnells 1-9 Psld $12.00 D*ily Double (5-9) »Mld$1l.*O Third race«*yo;fl|l|M-«n*mil* Stele-bred allowance - $32,000 JKelloMollo(Mlgllore) 11.004.30 3.20 6 Talent Lady (Chavez) 5.10 J.70 7 Grade Allen (Luiil) 2.30 T-1:39.0.. Exact. M Paid $$2,50 Fourth race.3 1 sip-one mil* Claiming •$30,000 8 Rocking Josh (Chavez) 9.10 4.10 3.20 1 codys Key (Mlgllore) 3.W 3,20 4 Toroweap (Mar'quez) 4.40 T-i:36.J. Scr. Late Guest Exacta *-1 Paid $31.20 aulnella 1 4 Paid $13.00 Pkk-3 (9-3-«) Paid $249.50 Fifth race-1 yo-on * mile Maiden Special Weight - $30,000 10 Mariner (Krone) 9.90 4.20 3.40 8 Dothebucket (Perez) 3.30 2.50 7 Belno Village (Smith) 3.90 T-1:39.2 Scr: Vendex, Run n Gun Exacta 1O-I Paid tltio Trlfecta 10* 7 Paid $120.50 sixth race • 2 yo . t furlong* Maiden Special Weight -$28,000 » Romano Gucci (Krone) 31.4011.104.00 7 Brouhaha (Marquel) 1.00 3.40 4 Rage (Smith) 2.20 T-1M1.1. Scr: Barrister Long Exacts 9-7 Paid 8177.50 Seventh race - 3 *. up F1M • 11/» mile* Allowance. 838,000 8 Very True (Davis) 14.20 5.601,70 1 Head East (Velazquez) 3.302.40 4 crafty Jam (Smith) 4.90 T-US0.4. Coupled: Head East and Sapor Exacts M Paid $3*M0. Eighth race *The Discovery 3yo . Grade III'-1 i/ l mile* • $106,000 4 Michael's Star (Krone) 40.2014.40*.6O I Hunting Hard (Smith) 10.406.S6 9 Reality Road (Lunl) 13.20 T-1:50.1. Exacts 4-« Paid $3S7,00 Trlfecta 4*9 Paid $4,IM.O0 Plck-3 O*-4) Paid $*,1*o.oo Plck-6 (3*10-9*4 ) 4 Correct SO Tick*** Paid $311.00; Carryover Poo) $44,*M Ninth race • 31 up - 1 furlong* Allowance-$32,000 6 Placid Fund (Chavez) 7.30 4.40 2.70 10 Flnchvllle (Davis) 4.603.90 4 Investor (Smith) 1M T-1:23.0. Scr: Ask Aridy, Goodbye Doeny, Cryptic Bid Exacta 6-10 Paid $2*00 Trlfecta &.10-4 Paid $53,00 Dally Double (44) paid $272.00 Today's entries Post time: 12:30 p.m. First race • 31 up F & M • IU furlong* Maiden Special Weight State-brad* • $28,000 1 Carr Pool (Migllor*) 4-1 1A sacket'ssix (Maple) ' 4-1 2 Conch Republic (Pezua) 11-1 3 Back Country Boy (Bailey) 4-1 4 Tonl's stargaliant (Mollca) 151 5 Mauby (Alvarado) 30-1 6 Golden Marsh (Peraz) 13-1 7 Foolish Bid (Decarlo) 10-1 8 clubBud (Rydowskl) 10-1 9 Campocologno (Davis) 6-1 10 Ard Rlgh Mocrol (Leon) 30-1 II Porto Gold (Krone) - 5-1 12 All For You (Luizl) 3-1 Also eligible: 13 David Parson (Madrid) 20-1 14 Thatdoesntmatter (Trelo) 20-1 15 Lunatic Luke (Santos) 10-1 Carr Pool and Sackefs Six Second race • 2 yo flllie* • t futtong* Maiden Special Weight • $2t,O6O 1 Heavenly Glance (Trelo) 4-1 1A Celestial Glance (Smith) 4-1 2 Peconlc Breeze- (Rydowskl) 13-1 3 sweet Emma Lou (Lovato) 6-5 4 simply Saucy (Santos) 6-1 5 Seasheliey\ 'flSfoneT JO'l 6 Mackle Sarah (Cordova) 30-1 7 Devaluation. (Correa), 5-1 8 YanksMuste (Jn.Velaiquej) 5-1 Third race - 3 L up F t M - on* mil* Claiming •$30,600 1 Malahultas (McCauley) 3-1 2 My Momma's Jolene (Migllor*) 4-1 3 Leo N> Me, (Tre|o) 10-1 -4^a(tAt«omi___fjuilliyi ^ __ i-i 5 Just A Little Kiss (smith) s-i 6 Dancer's Gale ; (Cordova) 15-1 7 A Day To Remember (Dayls) 6-1 Fourth race • 3 i up - i 1/t mK*a Maiden Special Weight • $30,000 I License Revoked (Samyn) 151 3 Then some (Smith). 4-1 3 Editorial slam (Nelson) 20-1 4 Devon's tune (J.Chavez) 5-1 5 Musical Connection (Mo|lca) $-1 6 Seattle's Revenge (Alvarado) 30-1 7 SemlnoleSlew (Krone) 6-1 8 Joe Carly (Cordova) 30-1 9 Excelleet (Oavls) 7-2 10 Sharp Season (Jn.Vtlazquez) 41 II Bracken (Bailey) 6 1 12 Yolande'sPet (Maple) 13-1 Fifth race • 3 It up -11/ 1 mile* Allowance-$32,000 1 Blizzard (Jn.Vetazquez) 4-1 1A Paragram (Jn.Velazquvz) * 4-1 2 Royalty Affirmed (Alvarado) 20-1 3 Ransom Me Daddy (Santos) 4-1 . 4 Flint And Steel (Maple) 6-1 5 Paulo (Bailey) 3-1 6 Baroque (Cordova) 15-1 7 Grand Concourse (Smith) 12-1 B GeneralGus (Krone) 13-1 9 Palm Freezer (Castillo) 6-1 10 Happy Fella (Luzzl) 12-1 Coupled: Blizzard and Paragram Sixth race-3 1 up F*\M-IK furlong* Allowance. 8M.000 1 Personal Girl (Alvarado) 5-1 . 1A Unreal Cupcake (Luzzl) 5-1 2 Z Rated (Bailey) 4-1 3 Tensle'sPro (Belmonte) 15-1 4 Manor Queen (Mlgllore) 3-1 5 Shapely Scrapper (J.Chavez) 5-2 6 Aly's Conquest (Smith) 4-1 7 She Rides Tonlte (Jn.VelaiqueD 5-1 Coupled: Personal Girl and Unreal cup- cake Seventh race • The N.Y. Stallion Stake* The Fifth Avenue Division • 2 y o fllM* 8 furlongs -$160,000 1 Logical Manner (Jn.Velazquez) 1-5 2 Lake Jacqueline (Krone) 12-1 3 Inlaw (J.Chavez) 3-1 4 Double Dee's (Castillo) 15-1 5 Thunder Achiever (Bailey) **S 6 Megan's Clone (Rydowskl) 15-1 Eighth race - The N.Y. Stallion Stake* The Great Whit* Way Dtvlelon • 2 yo coKs 6 furlongs -$100,000 1 Squeaky Clean (Maple) 12-1 2 Country Flag (Jn.Velazqun) 5<3 3 Talc About June (Rydowskl) 31 4 Race Driver (Mlgllore) 6-1 5 crosspro (Smith) 6-1 6 Bullpen Carr (Luzzl) 4-1 7 Hooray forrEavn (Santagata) 12-1 8 Romantic Rogue (Oavls) 10-1 Ninth race • 3 & up • tW furlong* Claiming. $13,500 1 Mutuality (Santagata) 16-1 1A Towpell (Rydowskl) 10-1 2 Tough Heart (C.Chavez) 15-1 3 Flhl Cassette (Migllor*) 1-1 4 Maraud (Jn.Vtlazquez) 1-1 5 Monte Lucho ' (Oecarlo) 20-1 6 BlgMoishe (Lovato) 20-1 7 Dependableness (Leon) 10-1 8 Slncellostmybaby (Krone) 12-1 9 Mr. stalwart (Davis) 10-1 10 CraltyMlst (J.Chavez) 4-1 11 Royal iudge (Cordova) 15-1 Also eligible: 13 Fog storm (Luzzl) 4-1 13 BossS'oss (Alvarado) 5-1 Tennis Paris Open PARIS (AP) — Result* Saturday of tit* M.JS million p*rls Open t*nnl* tourna- ment: •Ingle* Semifinal* Boris Becker (3), Germany, o*f. Wayne Ferrelr* (9), South A(rlc*,»-3.»-l. Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, PI*. , d*f. Jim Courier (6), Miami, e-4,3-4,4-3. Champions Tour TOKYO (AP) - Results F.rld»Y Ifom ti n tiw.ooo Chempions Tennis tournament at ToKyo'e ArlaK* Colosseum (s**dlnss In parentheses): Slnjt*. . iemlfln*!* Jimmy Connors <)S; lint * Yn*J, Calif., def, John Lloyd, Britain, »-2.i-4. Blorn Bora .,<»)'/- ,SWed*n, def. John McEnroe, NeW York,7-e (7-4), ? 4 (7-4). SPORTS AND HORSE RACING HOT LINE BOTH SERVICES: 1OUCH-IONI. PI I.ONIS ONIY -900-\/8cV4444 C.t.NIS AMINUU. Our Sfxrts I lot Unr Inforrrution t> urxlatetl every 5 minutes on cyimes In proqnss Flrvil scores and new. rcfiort', ,ilw,iys st.irt ri Our Horse Racing Hot Une gives you instant results from 90 thoroughbred aixi tvirnrv n,v V.\ ,«rtv,s North /Vn ivory day and any ome you want to trill Cdll every day, }A hours a day By RICK AP Foott Top-ranked N 3 Florida got performances reserves Saturdi Ahman Greei starter after L was suspended former girlfri spotlight fro Nebraska's 73-] State, - Phillips retu six-game suspei 68 yards, but-G with 176 rushii touchdowns. Gr season total breaking Nebr record of 900 se in 1991. Eric Kresser, of Heisman T Danny Wuerffi school-record 4 touchdowns as Northern Illino: Wuerffel was against the 4 Huskies, and' vantage by go: breaking Wuer passing yards i \In the begi excited and o 1 guys,\ Kresser got calmed do^ lot better. It m For coach (Ste\ me the opportu If Nebraska undefeated, tl play for the n ship in the Fie No.4OhioStal Minnesota 21 At;Minneap threw for twi ran for ano George rushec three TDs for lost star reci with an inju Buckeyes (9-0 scoring 28 pc quarter. GIJ passes for 1C before leavi separation in late in the firs No. 5 Tennesi S. Mississippi AtrKnoxvil five turnovei blocked a pur for a touchdi ing passed fo touchdowns i Tor'THe^VB* Graham rus and two 1 Mississippi yards and ne nessee 38-ya: No. 6 North* No. 12 Penn i At Evans gained 100 straight gan TDs as Ni matched its since 1948.1 Ph to LIN( Nebraska Phillips f and was after a si attacking he was bi \I def same shi was sus] after a ( formance \BaSicall touchdov but that Starte spectacu 176 y touchder fourth si Green i series, b with 10 first qua drive. On h: started pushed gain. There fore an drew a i third qv scoring end. He and ap after si week. It Vfl since g Tour t Michigs waa sus i atiacki:

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