The White Falcon


The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 7

The White Falcon - 17.10.1980, Blaðsíða 7
NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE EAST Buffalo W 5 L 1 PF 134 PA 91 New England 5 1 170 110 Baltimore 4 2 132 105 Miami 3 3 82 130 N.Y. Jets 1 5 97 137 CENTRAL W L PF PA Pittsburgh 4 . 2 156 101 Cleveland 3 3 121 112 Houston 3 3 94 111 Cincinnati 2 4 74 105 WEST W L PF PA San Diego 4 2 166 121 Oakland 3 3 137 144 Seattle 3 3 104 121 Denver 2 4 93 116 Kansas City 2 4 102 125 NATIONAL CONFERENCE EAST W L PF PA Dallas 5 1 176 85 Philadelphia 5 .1 173 70 St. Louis 2 4 140 127 Washington 1 5 61 100 N.Y. Giants 1 5 91 176 CENTRAL Detroit W 5 L 1 PF 169 PA 97 Minnesota 3 3 102 136 Green Bay 2 3 75 137 Tampa Bay 2 3 85 120 Chicago 2 4 75 100 WEST W L PF PA fLos Angeles 4 2 177 118 Atlanta 3 3 147 124 San Francisco 3 3 144 198 New Orleans 0 6 88 168 Bowling • con't. from page 6 American league. John Reser's 205 game and 541 series and Dick Carte- nuto's 225 and 601 led the 932nd Rockville team to a 4-0 win over the newcomers, VP-9. AFI #1 trounced the NCS Leftovers behind George McHugh's 515, Larry Anderson's 550, Dave Tolbert's 544 and George Kellerman's 520; Comp- troller took four away from Weather. In other play, AIMD grabbed three games from NavFac as Perry Boren provided the firepower with a 209 and 517; the 57th FIS #1 lost three games to the 960th AWACSS #1 squad as Ron Fye helped the team with a 510. Don Hardin rolled a 506 for the FIS. IceDeFor took a 3-1 deci- sion from Food Service. VP-9 made up three postponed matches against the 57th FIS, losing 3-1, Comptroller and NavFac, with [-9 shutout in those matches. Phil uvelt rolled a 615 for NavFac. October 17, 19 80 The White Falcon Page 7 SHORT SHOTS Football Here are the results of Sunday's NFL games. Oakland defeated San Diego 38-24; New Orleans remained winless as they were defeated by Detroit 24-13; Cleveland handled Seattle easily 27-3; Kansas City upset Houston 21-20; the New York Jets surprised Atlanta 14-7; the Los Angeles Rams beat St. Louis 21-13; Dallas trounced San Francisco 59-14; Baltimore upset Buffalo 17-12; the Cincinnati Bengals downed the World Champion Pittsburgh Steelers for the second time this season 17-16; New England shutout their division foe Miami 34-0; Philadelphia handed the New York Giants their fifth loss 31-16; Tampa Bay and Green Bay played to a 14-14 tie; Minnesota downed Chicago 13-7; and Denver defeated the Skins. Baseball Kansas City's George Brett failed to reach the elusive .400 batting mark, but he still finished at a spectacular .390 clip, the highest in the American League this year. Ben Oglive of the Milwaukee Brewers and Reggie Jackson of the Yankees shared the Home Run Title. Each man clouted 41 round trippers. Cecil Cooper of the Brewers topped the American league in RBI's with 121. And Baltimore's led the pitchers in league with 25 wins. In the National league, Mike Schmidt of the Phillies led the league with 48 home runs and 121 RBI's. Bill Buckner of the Chicago Cubs had the top batting average with a .324. The Phil's Steve Carl- ton led the league with 24 wins. Boxing WBA Junior Flyweight Champion Yoko Gushiken of Japan retained his title for the 13th time Sunday with a unanimous 15-round decision over Mexican challenger Pedro Flores. It was Gushiken's 23rd consecu- tive victory, 15 by knockout. The fight was the first for Flores in the Junior Flyweight division. Tennis Czechoslovakia's Regina Marsikova toppled Australian Wendy Turnbull Sunday in two tie breakers 7-6, 7-6 to win a women's tennis tournament in Phoenix, Arizona. Marsikova was seeded fifth in the $100,000 Phoenix Classic. Turnbull was ranked second. The victory was Steve Stone the American the first for Marsikova over Turn- bull in six meetings over two years. John McEnroe defeated Australian Phil Dent in straight sets Sunday to win the $55,000 South Pacific Tennis Classic in Brisbane, Australia. Second-seeded Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia took top prize in a $175,000 tournament in Barcelona, Spain, beating top-seeded Guillermo Vilas of Argentina in a match that lasted nearly five hours. Jimmy Connors won a $117,000 pay- off in Melbourne, Australia, Sunday by defeating Gene Mayer in the finals of the Super Challenge Tennis Tournament. Golf Don January shot a four-under-par 69 Sunday to defeat fellow American Art Wall by two strokes in the Aus- tralian Seniors Golf Championship in Sydney, Australia. January was 11- under-par for the tournament. They said it Joe Green, who wears all four of his Super Bowl rings on his right hand: "Our motto is, one for the thumb in 81." Bob Ueker, Milwaukee Brewer Broadcaster and former big league player, on a little league game in which his son, Bobby Jr., now 14, played: "He struck out three times and lost the game when a ball went through his legs at third base. Parents were swearing and throwing things at us as we left the ball park. Gosh, I was proud. A chip off the old block." Local sports happenings The Weight room at the Base Gym is now available for use. The basketball court area is closed today through Oct. 19 for re- finishing of the floor. The Base Pool will be closed on Oct. 22 and 23 from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. for military training. The Base Gym is accepting appli- cations for a night janitor. The Base Gym will be closed Mon- dav for routine pest control. Racquetball rosters are due by the 21st; the league begins on Mon- day, Oct. 27. Due to an Increase in cost of re- placing locks; long-term locker de- posits will be increased to $4, ef- fective today. Judo lessons are available through the gym. There is a regis- tration fee.


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