The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, January 25, 1983, Image 12

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sports Battalion/Pax January 25, UCLA still nation’s best TANK M C NAMARA by Jeff Millar & weve GOT CMG WEEK TO VO TU£ United Press International NEW YORK — Nevada-Las Vegas, the nation’s only major unbeaten college basketball team, continues to inch its way up the Top 20 ladder. After going unnoticed through the first week of rat ings, Nevada-Las Vegas crept into the Top 20 at No. 19 in mid- December. In recent weeks, it moved up steadily and Monday, : i DIETING? j i : i Even though we do not prescribe diets, we make it possible for many to enjoy a nutritious meal while they follow their doctor's orders. You will be delighted with the wide selection of low calorie, sugar free and fat free foods in the Souper Salad Area, Sbisa Dining Center Basement. • OPEN Monday through Friday 10:45 AM-1:45 PM QUALITY FIRST the Kunnin’ Rebels improved one position to No. 8 in balloting by UPI’s Board of Coaches. With Pacific Coast Athletic Association triumphs over Long Beach State and Fullerton State last week, Nevada-Las Vegas re ceived 323 points from the 40 participating members of the 42-coach UPI Board. While the Runnin’ Rebels hope to continue their run to the top, UCLA solidified its No. 1 rating with 22 first-place votes and 570 points. The Bruins, 13- 1, posted Pacific-10 Conference victories last week over Califor nia and Stanford. UCLA, which reached No. 1 for the first time in nearly four years last week, gained six addi tional first-place votes from a week ago to outdistance No. 2 Indiana, 14-1, which totaled 15 first-place votes and 559 points. Taking over undisputed pos session of third place was North Carolina, tied for that spot with Memphis State last week. North Carolina, 14-3, got one first- place vote and 483 points. Virginia, battling North Carolina for the Atlantic Coast Conference lead, moved up two General meeting to announce spring semester dance class schedules. THURSDAY, JAN. 27 7:30 p.m. 267 G. Rollie White New members are welcome! 1 FREE INTRODUCTORY CLASS OFFERED JAN 21 - JAN 27 OF AEROBIC EXERCISE ; i 4 _ ^ _ ► Morning Classes - 9:00 & 10:30 AM ► Evening Classes - 2:00, 3:00, 4:15, 5:30 6:30, 7:45 (except on Fri.) ►Open 7 Days A Week ►Short Term Monthly Memberships - No Contracts ►Saturday Classes - 10:00, 11:00, 12:15 ‘Beginner Classes Available ‘Sunday Classes - 3:00, 4:00 [Return this Acf before our opening date* ■January 28 and receive $10.00 OFF onj ■One Regular Month of Classes or 3J ■ Month Membership. the* . waist basket Beat Loop Hwy 6 & \ 19th St. 3 CHIMNEY HILL^Mr- BUS1NE3S PARK ^ '(400 Tairrow) bB*? Tbttow Dr 50J SRoppQn Cmmtm 846-1013 College Station, Tx, places to No. 4 after running its record to 15-2 during the week with three victories. Memphis State, 14-1, slipped two notches to fifth despite win ning its only two games during the week and St. John’s moved up one place to No. 6 after beat ing two Big East Conference foes to raise its record to 16-1. Louisville, 15-2, moved up one spot to No. 7 followed by Nevada-Las Vegas and No. 9 Houston, 15-2, which jumped three places after victories over Texas Tech and previously un beaten Arkansas. Louisville and Nevada-Las Vegas each re ceived one first-place vote. Kentucky, 13-3, climbed three places to No. 10 after post ing victories over Southeastern Conference rivals Florida and Vanderbilt. Heading the second 10 was Arkansas, 14-1, which slumped six places after its loss to the Cougars, Villanova, 12-2, moved up two notches to No. 12 and the Wildcats were followed by Missouri, 14-3, which drop ped two places following a 60-59 overtime loss to Marquette on Sunday. Illinois State, 13-1, continued to move upwards, advancing three places to No. 14 after a 54-53 triumph over rugged Wichita State. Georgetown, 1§4, advanced one place to No. 15 while Iowa, 12-3, tumbled six places to No. 16 after splitting a pair of Big Ten games. Minnesota, 12-3, moved up one place to No. 17; Syracuse, 13- 3, dropped three spots into a tie for No. 18 with Washington State, 13-2; and Wake Forest, 14- 2, rounded out the Top 20. The records for each team are for games played through Sun day, Jan. 23. WE'RE GONG TC> M/VE ID KILL YOUR IKJSRVlEW WTW T|4£ &XXJJP CORN&RUACK'S- TEMTi^T. 0UTTMIS COULP HAVE AH IMPDRIAHT IWR.UEWCE OKI TU& GAME Srf'G R\CM BAO&OXJNP MATERIAL LIW£ NEVER GET R3CW JOURWAUSM.' AN IT 1 ^ IF entertainment ®f Hogs outshoot Tex; as Walker scores 281 h Ol United Press International FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. — Arkansas, behind guard Darrell Walker’s 28 points, overpo wered a hot-shooting Texas Longhorn squad Monday to post an 83-64 Southwest Con ference win. The llth-ranked Razor- backs, coming off their first loss of the season in a 75-60 decision to Houston Saturday, forced the Longhorns into 28 turnovers. Texas, however, stayed in the game by shooting 66 percent from the field, hitting 75 per cent of its field goals in the first half. With the victory, Arkansas advanced its record to 15-1 over all and 5-1 in the SWC. Texas dropped to 6-10 on the season and 1-4 in league play. Arkansas jumped to an early lead and coach Eddie Sutton substituted for his entire start ing lineup when the Razorbacks led 16-8 with 10:42 left in the half. Before the starters re turned, Texas whittled the lead #*is! Serving Luncheon Buffet Sunday through Friday 11:00 a.m. to 1:30 p.m.^. Delicious Food Beautiful View JlOpen to the Public ^ | “Quality First” 5 0/ FOR LIMITED TIME ONLY NOW THRU JANUARY 27, 1983 ! WEIGHT WATCHERS 50% OFF ‘Regularly Priced Registration and 1st Wkly. fee Regular $1^j6oNLY $9.50 . OFFER ENDS JAN. 27. 1983 | Offer valid only as a discount and may not be . combined with any other discount or special | rate Otter valid m participating areas only OFFER GOOD ONLY WITH THIS TICKETj I wrrcn L3WLJU GMNLY VVI I FI I niO I I^Pvt I . BEAT THE BINGES In weekly meetings, you’ll learn how to control your crav ings ... .avoid binges .... and overcome overeating. You’ll learn new and proper eating habits that can become as natural to you as breathing. You’ll find out how to lose pounds and keep them off once and for all. RDVAM r^FKITFP 0ffer extended to Jan. 27 for A&M students and staff 3006 29th Street # l COLLEGE STATION Mon. 9:30a.m. 5:30 p.m Lutheran StudentCenter Tues. 6:30 p.m 315N. College Main Wed. 9:30a.m. 5:15p.m Thurs. 5:15p.m JOIN WEIGHT WATCHERS® Lose weight once and for all. c. Weight Watchers intemattone! Inc. 1963 center Carlton Cooper] Wendlandt in double! with 12 points. Sutton said the nud turnovers Arkansas Texas into was the key! Razor hack triumph. When vou lookattkl ber of turnovers we fortra can see why we won,”theij sas coach said. “Ourdeft:# 'as ittc ar sound all night. Whenvah ui c<l them, we forced Arkansas’ Alvin Robertson scores 14 points in victory to 16-13. Arkansas, taking advantage of Longhorn turnov ers, took a 33-26 halftime advan tage. Texas, led by forward Bill Wendlandt’s 23 points, stayed in the game early in the second half, but Arkansas began taking a commanding lead when guard Alvin Robertson, who finished with 14, put back in a missed free throw' to make the score 45- 32 with 14:12 left in the game. Walker and Robertson were the only two Arkansas players to finish in double figures. Texas Sutton said the perfonL “wasn’t beautiful," but i victory that kept the! one game behind Hou defeated in league ranked ninth nationally. I n other SWC actionV night, the Texas Tech RdJ ers defeated the Rice (Mi iti overtime in Lubbodl game, originally schedd Saturday night, was [ until Monday becauseofil ter storm that left 17 inti snow on the groundinltia 41*- Do you want to have an AFFAIR? 845-1320 Bi^wr^sr- RICE (50) O’Neal 2 0-0 4. Bennett41-29,II 4-6 14. Washington 20-04,Slttt| Johnson I 0-0 2, Shaw 50-0IM ham 0 1-2 I Totals 218-135111 TEXAS TECH (54) Reynolds 6 2-2 14. Anderson'K Irvin 0 0-0 0, Taylor 1 0-02,JbB| 6-6 12, Ben ford 6 4-6 16, PoaBj T otals 20 14-17 54. Halftime — Rice 21, Tech it M| Ur out — None. Total fouls —Ritf l LOS 14 A — 3,627. ||hcll tiled TEXAS (64) pshin Wendlandt 10 3-8 23,Seitz iUcVIianii et 5 2-4 12. Moe 2 2-4 6, ParriilBL ( [ ( Willett 2 1-2 5, Booker 30-36,B iwann 1 4’h 2, Sanders 0 0-0 0. Totals 28 8-1 ARKANSAS (83) L. Sutton 3 2-3 8, Kleine 2 l-25.s|§ ns ' nn 1. Ri >l>ci imhi (i 2.2 U.Wiilflfev i()l 28, Cults 1 2-2 4, BalentineC Coitch Bose 1 2-3 4. Kitchen 0 2-22,M nc i | os 0-0 4. 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