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Friday, June 1, 1984 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana Page 9 Sports Elks Big BR Winner Youth Leagues Elks routed FOP 13-3 and Pepsi ripped Happy Burger 9-2 in the Logansport Babe Ruth League Thursday night. Jeremy Brummet and Ted Friedline both had two singles in FOP's romp. Travis Craven had two singles and a double in Pepsi's win. M ! ke Fincher held Happy Burger to just three hits. Pepsi and Alpha scored easy victories in Logansport Babe Ruth League play Wednesday night. Brad Hainje singled three times to lead Pepsi to a 10-2 win over FFS. John Karam doubled for FFS. Brian Starkey had four singles and Dirk De- Grief singled twice and doubled in Alpha's 16-7 triumph over Coke. Tim Marocco singled and tripled for Alpha. Logansport Little League F&M ripped Wilson's 12-2 and V.F.W defeated Hamilton Standard 7-2 in Logansport Little League Thursday night. Eric Kitchel had a single and two doubles to 'ead F&M to its big win. Sailors F&M pitcher Sailors held Wilson's to just one hit. Jason Strasser had Wilson's only hit, a single. Ryan Conrad and Mike Stover each had two sinles and a double to pace V.F.W.'s victory over Hamilton Standard. Wednesday night, Happy Burger routed Pennsy, 17-2, and Herd Insurance downed First National Bank, 10-6. Chris Brown hit a triple and single, and Eric Ware and Terry Baker had two singles each for Hap's. Matt Hopper hit a triple, double and single, Mike Albright a home run, Donald Baber a triple, and Eric McCarty and Eric Schneib each a double for Herd's. Tipwa Little League At Walton, the Braves edged the Chiefs, 8-6, and the Hawks beat the Apaches, 12-5. Joshua Rodabaugh and Brian Looker each hit a triple for the Braves. Jeremy Babb and Eric Fowler had a triple, and Troy Rush and Babb a double for the Chiefs. Jeff Price and Roy Boyer had two singles each, and Scott Bellinger an unassisted double play for the Apaches. Twelve Mile Youth League Cripe Lumber defeated Superior Feeds, 7-3, and Moss Fertilizer beat B&S Transport, 12-7. Richard Utter hit a triple and single, and Jason Sampson and Shannon Minglin each had a double and single for Cripe. Jeff Heiden had three singles, and Aaron Sherrick a double and single for Superior. Brian Albright hit two triples and a single, Doug Hook three singles, Monte Babb and Brian Beaman each two singles for Moss. Tri-CountyJr.Miss At Flora, Small °arts edged Flora A, 12-11, and VFW stopped Flora B, 22-8, during the first evening of Tri-County Junior Miss League play. Tracey Reinholt and Joey Hatch each hit two singles for Small Parts. Pixie League At Muehlhausen Park, both Small Pars and Baker's won by 8-6 scores. Small Parts defeated FOP as Tammy Dalton tripled and singled and Tonya Chiado had to singles. Suzanne Wiese pitched Baker's past V.F.W. Wednesday night in Pixie League, Moose defeated F&M Bank, 7-5, and Baker Specialty downed Happy Burger, 12-5. Jeri Lyn Myers and Jenny Davis had a double and single each, and Tina Blevins two singles for Moose. Hollie Shaw had a double for F&M. Stephanie Brown pitched a no-hitter to lead Baker's in the second game. Tammy Davis hit two singles for the winners. Pioneer Youth League R.J, Pizza defeated Community State Bank 17-9 Thursday night. Melvin Mclntire singled twice and doubled to pace R.J.'s to victory. Mike Grandstaff had three hits, including a double and single, for Community State Bank. Logansport Babe Ruth League Llnescores Elka 03000—3 4 3 FOP 34402-13111 Jordan, Hialt (2) and Smith; Brewer and Frieline. Happy Burger 000020 — 2 3 4 Pepsi 510102 — 9 102 Fincher and Haynes; Strasser, Frantz (5) and Craven. Peps! 10900-105 1 FFS 10001-2 3 1 Craven, Minthorn (4), Massett (4) and Vernon; Shively, Biggs (3), Smith (3) and Karam, 44242—16111 07000—7 4 2 and Dahler; Bingaman, Noel (2| and Young, Cun- Alpha Coke Sender ningham, Baker's V.KW. Wiese and Rcmbold. Pixie League Llnescores Trcutman; Bundy, Rombold FOP Small Parts Marshall, Trueblood, Myers and Trueblood. 142010 — fl 6 3 021021-6 5 2 and Clothier and 000006 — 8 6 3 313 01 x — 8 8 5 Logansport Little League Llnascores Wilson's 0200—2 1 2 FiM 6flO 0—129 2 Sitter and Stines; Sailors and Kitchel Hamilton Standard 000200 — 2 3 6 V.F.W. 102310-7 8 1 Gillum and Vernon 1 Stover and Harmon. Sports Shorts 1st Cass Co. BMX Race Sunday At Fairgrounds The Cass County BMX Association will have its first its first BMX race of the season Sunday at the Cass County 4-H Fairgrounds. The first two races of the 1984 season have been cancelled because of poor weather. Sunday's race will begin at noon with sign up from 9 to 11 a.m. The program Is open to all beginners, novice, expert, girls and cruiser riders. The May 20th race has been rescheduled as part of a doubleheader on June 9. The first race will start at noon and the second one will begin at6:30p.m. Any one from the ages of six and under up to 35 can participate in the local program which is sanctioned by the National Bicycle League. The Cass County BMX Association reminds all local riders that practice on the track, except during race day, is prohibited. Pioneer Basketball Camp Scheduled For June 4-15 A basketball camp for players entering sixth through ninth grades will be held June 4-15 at Pioneer Elementary. Jerry Olson will be the head instructor. Students who will be in the sixth and seventh grades this fall will attend from 8 to 9:20 a.m. Students entering eighth and ninth grades will attend from 9:30 to 10:50 a.m. There is no registration fee. Track & Field Program Practices In Progress Boys and girls aged 9 to 1~4 (as of Aug. 31, 1984) may enter the Hershey's National Track & Field Youth Program by registering with the Logansport Parks Department or signing up at one of the four remaining practices in the LHS Stadium. Practices will be conducted at 6:30 p.m. on June 5, 7,12 and 14. The meet will be held at 6 p.m., June 16. Events will include the 50-, 100-, 200 and 400-meter dashes, 400-meter relay, standing long jump and softball throw. Noble Roman's Edges Watersoft Noble Roman's needed eight innings to edge Watersoft 18-17 in the Logansport Men's Softball League Thursday night. Logan topped Softball Leagues Merchants Westside Merchants 25-12 and Hamilton Standard edged State Bank of Burnettesville 10-8 in the other two games. Scott Troglen had a single, two doubles and a triple to lead Noble Roman's to its victory. Dave McGuire had two doubles and a single for Watersoft. Dana Woodruff had a home run and three singles in Logan Merchants' win over Westside. Al McCloskey had a home run and double for Westside. Hamilton Standard got a home run and two singles from Lucas in its win. Dave Smith homered and tripled for State Bank. Looansport Men's Softball Leaflue Linescores WestsldfcMerchants 19002-127 5 Logan Merchants 9(10)3 3x-25263 Mclosky and Mohler; LaOrange and Snydei. Noble Roman's 430 201 52—18 22 2 WaterSoft 36340001—17176 Hiattand Higgins; Emery anc! Hamilton. St.Bank Burnettesville 0002150—8 155 Hamilton Standard 502 021x—10165 Slusser and Wade: Sturdivantand MacKey Bears Sign McMahon LAKE FOREST, 111. (UPI) - Any fears that quarterback Jim McMahon might jump to the rival U.S. Football League have been dispelled -at a high price for the Chicago Bears. The Bears Thursday signed McMahon to a renegotiated 5-year pact reportedly worth between $3.5 million and $5 million, making the former Brigham Young star one of the five highest paid quarterbacks in the NFL and the second highest paid Chicago player behind running back WalterPayton. The new contract will begin in 1985 because McMahon still has one year left on an agreement he signed as a rookie in 1982. Chicago general manager Jerry Vainisi said the Bears initiated new contract talks last December. "We renegotiated because of what's been happening in pro football recently," Vainisi said. Homes Needed During BR Camp Sports Scoreboard Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East W L 37 9 32 15 28 21 22 24 Pet. .804 GB .571 10": .478 15 447 16V? .426 !7'A ,378 19Vi Octroi! Toronto Baltimore Milwaukee Boston 21 26 New York 20 27 Cleveland 1? 28 West California 26 25 .510 Minnesota 24 25 490 Oakland 23 27 .460 Seattle 23 27 .460 Chicago 22 26 .458 Kansas City 20 26 .435 Texas 20 29 .408 Thursday's Result Minnesota 7. Kansas City 2 Friday's Games California (Wit! 4-5) at Cleveland (Sutcliffe 3-4). 7:05 p.m. New York {Fontenot 1-4) at Toronto(Alexander4-1], 7:35 p.m. Baltimore {McGregor 6-3) at Detroit iPetry 7-2), 7:35 p m Boston {Hurst 6-4) a! Milwaukee (Suttcn 3-3), 8:30 p.m. Seattle (Moore 2-3! at Texas (Mason 2-3). 8:35 p.m. Kansas City (Leibiandt 0-0) a! Minnesota (Smithson 6-5). 8:35 p.m. Oakland (Sorensen 1-7) at Chicago (Seaver 4-4). 8:35 p.m. Saturday's Games Boston at Milwaukee New York at Toronto Baltimore a! Detroit Seattle at Texas, night Kansas City a! Minnesota, night Oakland at Chicago, night California at Cleveland, night NATIONAL LEAGUE East W L 27 19 27 20 22 21 24 24 24 27 19 26 28 23 25 21 26 23 26 23 20 23 16 29 Pet. .587 .574 .512 500 .471 422 .549 543 531 .531 .417 356 GB _ V; 3'? 4 5Vz 7'* \i 1 1 6b 9 Philadelphia Chicago New York Montreal St. Louis Pittsburgh Wast Los Angeles San Diego Atlanta Cincinnati Houston San Francisco Thursday's Results St. Louis 5, New York 2 Philadelphia 10. Chicago 2 Pittsburgh 2. Montreal 1 Atlanta 7, Cincinnati 1 Friday's Games Atlanta (McMuriry 3-6 Falcone 3-5) a! Cincinnati (Berenyi 2-5and Russell 2-5). 2,5:35 p.m. Montreal (Lea S-2) at Pittsburgh (Rhoden 4-31, 7:35 p.m. St. Louis (Andujar 6-4) a! New York (Gooden 4-3), 3.05 p.m. Chicago (Reuschel 2-1) st Philadelphia (Bystrom 2-1). 8:05 p.m. Houston (Ryan 6-2) at Los Angeles (Honeycutt 6-2). 10:35 p.m. San Diego (Hawkins 3-1) at San Francisco (Robinson 3-5), 11:05 p.m. Saturday's Games Chicago at Philadelphia San Diego a! San Francisco St. Louis a; New York, night anc! Montreal at Pittsburgh, night Atlanta at Cincinnati, nigh! Houston at Los Angeles, night AMERICAN ASSOCIATION W L Pet. GB 30 21 .588 29 23 ,558 28 24 .538 26 23 .531 25 24 25 25 24 31 18 34 .510 .500 .436 346 1V4 2% 3 4 4% 8 12V; Omaha Indianapolis Louisville Denver Iowa OklaCity EvansviHe Wichita Thursday's Results Denver 6, Indianapolis 5 Oklahoma City 10. Louisville 3 Iowa?, Omaha 4 Wichita 9. EvansviHe 5 Friday's Games Oklahoma City at Indianapolis Omaha at EvansviHe Wichita at Louisville Denver at Iowa Saturday's Games Oklahoma City at Indianapolis Denver at Iowa Wichita at Louisville Omaha at EvansviHe Thursday's Major League Results National League St. Louis 100120001 -511 1 New York 000000020-2102 Forsch, Alien (6), Sutler (8) and Porter; Terrell, Leary (6). Gorman (8) and Fitzgerald W-Forsch i1-4). L- Terrell (3-5). HRs-St. Loms,Hendrick(4),Herr(3). Chicago 010000100- 2 63 Philadelphia 160101 OU— 1011 0 Rainey, Noies (3), Altamirano (7) and Davis; Hudson, Campbell (9) and Virgil. W-Hudson (6-3). L— Rainey (3-4) HR- Chicago. Davis (8), Montreal 010000000-161 Pittsburgh 000 10010x - 2 6 0 Gullickson, Reardon (8) and Carter; DeLeon and Pena. W— DeLeon (3-2). L— Gullickson (1-5). Atlanta 010 001 005 - 7 10 0 Cincinnati 0010000-1 40 Mahler and Benedict; Pastore, Scherrer (9) and Gulden. W— Mahler (3-1). L- Pastore (2-4). HRs-Atlanta, Hubbard (5), Murphy (13). American League KansasClty 010000010-2 71 Minnesota 032 000 02x - 712 0 Gubicza, Spliltorff (6) and Slaught; Hoage. Davis (8) and Engle. W-Hodge (2-1). L-Gubicza (M). High School Baseball Sectional Results AtDeKalb East Noble 1,DeKalbO At Fort Wayne Souths, Christian 0 Concord ia 5, North 4 Northrop 4, Snider! At New Haven F.W.EImhurstl1,WoodlanO F.W. Luers 26, Blackhawk Christian 0 New Haven 3, F.W. Wayne 2,8 inn At Columbia City Warsaw 2, Carroll-Allen 0,10 inn Homestead 5. Columbia City 0 At Blackford BlutttonB, Union City 0 Blackford16,Wes-Del1 At EvansviHe Central 25, Mater Dei 13, final At Muncle Monroe Central 4, Wapahani 1 Winchester 6, Muncie Central 5 At Munster Munster 7, Hammond 3 Hammond Clark 7. Whiting 2 At Lake Station Gary Roosevelt 11, Gary Wallace 4 At Warren Central Lawrence North 6. Beech Grove 4 Marshall 9, Arlington 0 At Franklin Central Roncalli 3, Franklin Centra! 1 Washington 6, Manuals At Pike Broad Ripple 9, Park-Tudor 1 Speedway 4, Pike 3 AtlndlanapollsScodna North Central 16, AttucksO ScecinaB, Tech 3 At Elkhart Elkhart Memorial 8, Penn 3 At Gothen Jimtown4, NorthWood3 At Huntington Wabash 3, Northfieldl Huntington 15, Southwood 3 At La Porte M.C.Rogers 16, WestvilleO M.C. Marquet'e 3, New Prairie 2 At East Chicago Gary West 9, E.C. Washington 5 Highland 3. Griffith 0 At Snertdan Noblesville 10, Hamilton Hts 9 Hamilton SE 5, Sheridan t Tipton 19, Westfield 1 \ NBA NBA Playoffs Championship (Best-o/-sevsn) Boston vs. Los Angeles (Series tlod 1-1) May 27 - Los Angeles 115, Boston 109 May 3! - Boston 124, Los Angeles 121 (OT) June 3 — Boston at Los Angeles, 3:30p.m. June 6 — Boston at Los Angeles, 9 p.m. June 8 - Los Angeles at Boston, 9 p.m. x-June 10 — Boston at Los Angeles, 3:30 p.m x-June 12 - Los Angeles at Boston, 9 p.m. x-lf necessary SENIOR CITIZEN You Are Invited To Bowl With Us On Any Monday Morning 9:15 A.M. & Thursday Afternoon-2P.M. MYERS LANES 753-733] . USFL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T Pet. PF PA x-Phila. N.Jersey Pitt, Wash. 13 1 0 11 3 0 3 11 0 2 12 0 .929 394 165 .786 M 234 .214 228 288 .143 200 367 Southern Division Birm'nm Tampa Bay 2 N.Orleans Memphis Jacks ! v!le 0 .857 418 220 4 0 .714 378 6 0 8 0 4 10 0 .571 276 304 .429 253 324 .286 255 374 WESTERN CONFERENCE C«ntril Division 50 7 0 10 0 60 .643 488 338 ,500 310 297 .429 217 367 .357 222 270 .286 296 372 90 .571 283 322 .500 252 288 .429 348 232 .357 179 279 8:30 Houston Michigan Oklahoma San Antonio Chicago Pacific Division Denver 8 Los Angeles 7 Arizona 6 Oakland 5 x-dlnchedplayotfspot Friday's Gimes New Orleans at Memphis, p.m. Michigan at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Chicago at Oklahoma, 8:30 p.m. Jacksonville at Oakland, 8:30 p.m. Sunday's Games Los Angeles at Washington, 2:30 p.m. New Jersey at Tampa Bay, 2:30 p.m. Arizona at Birmingham, 2:30 p.m. Houston at Denver, 2:30 p.m. Monday's Game Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 8 p.m. The Logansport Babe Ruth League needs foster homes for 85 players coming here for the first Indiana Babe Ruth League summer baseball camp. Players will arrive on June 17 and will leave on June 23. The players are aged 14 through 16. Logansport was selected as the site of the first state-sponsored summer camp because of its success in the past with the foster parent program and the facilities in Logansport. Foster parents are responsible for housing, feeding and transportation of the players during the camp. Players will be involved in the camp activities from 8 a.m. through 4:30 p.m. each day, and car pooling will be possible, according to foster parent chairman Fred Alcorn. There will also be night sessions in Fairview School each night. There will be 30 high school coaches from throughout Indiana along with the head baseball coaches of Purdue, Indiana and Indiana State involved in the program. The program will also include session? c-n umpiring, sports medicine, college selection «.•>•.! professional scouting. Anyone interested in housing two or more players during the camp should contact Alcorn (753-4017), Dave Long (753-8379) or call Steinman Field weekdays after 5:30 p.m. (753-0201). The camp will be operated by the state Babe Ruth League organization and camping activities will be conducted at both the high school diamond and at Steinman Field. Logan Merchants Open Season The Logansport Merchants semi-pro baseball team will open play Sunday with a doubleheader against Fort Wayne Crumback on the Logansport High School field. The Logansport Merchants roster includes current Anderson College standouts Larry Costello and Jeff Wild. Others on the roster include outfielders Tony Baldini (Bowling Green State), Rex Danely, Barry Platt (Western Kentucky) and Brad Platt (Western Kentucky). Pitching for Logansport in addition to Costello will be Phil Benson (Indiana Central), Paul Frye (Indiana State), Dave Mann (St. Joseph), Joe Ness (Indiana University), Darr Shively (Columbia State), Mike Wilson (Wabash Valley) and Brad Platt. Logansport infielders are Frye, Bill Graybeal (Marian) and Wild. Matt Cain (Ball State), Jim Turner (Butler) and Danely will catch for Logansport. Turner is also the team's coach. The team will be playing a 29-game schedule against other teams in central and northern Indiana. June 3 — 6 — 9 — 10 17 23 24 July 1 — 7 — 14 15 21 27 28 FW Crumback (2) Kokomo (2) 6:30 at Steinman Lebanon (1)6:30 at Steinman Danville, IL. (2) 1 at LHS TBA atFWMcComb(2)1 Huntington (2) 1 at LHS atFWCrumback(2)1 at Danville, IL. (2)6:30 FW Blackey's (2) 3 at LHS at Kokomo (2)1 atHawotth FW McComb (2) 1 at LHS TBA TBA Transactions Now You Know Baseball Baltimore - Reactivated designated hitter Ken Singleton from the disabled list: optioned catcher Orlando Sanchez to Rochester of the International League. National League - Suspended Cincinnati pitcher Mario Soto for five days effective Friday and fined him an undisclosed amount. Philadelphia - Placed pitcher John Denny on the 1Way disabled list; reactivated catcher Bo Diaz. United Press International Experts estimate that in 1700, before the white man came to the prairies, more than 60 million bison roamed the American plains and that by 1900 fewer than 550 were left. S "BE A WINNER" IN DICK'S Summer Fishing Contest From JUNE 1ST Thru AUG. 31ST for: BASS, BLUEGILL, CRAPPIE and CATFISH. (Fish must be caught in Cass County) Check At Store For Details DICK'S Bait & Sporting Goods 300 W. MARKET ST. LOGANSPORT NOTICE We are forced to vacate our warehouse and must sell at wholesale cost or less our remaining inventory consisting of hundreds of items — all new — many one of a kind. Assortment includes dozens of watches, numerous pieces of Regal cookware, Wedgwood, giftware and crystal, stuffed animals, assorted cookbooks and hundreds of other items too numerous to mention. Final dinnerware liquidation: all remaining AranStone dinnerware (2 patterns) will be sold below cost at $4.25 per 4-piece place setting. 20-piece set $18.95; 40-piece set $34.95; 60-pieceset$51.95. Special notice to jewelry buyers: we will liquidate thousands of dollars of 14kt, solid gold, diamond and gemstone necklaces, bracelets and rings — all one of a kind — all 60%70% below retail. Date: May31-June2 Time: 10 A.AA.-6 P.M. (Sat. 9-12) Location: 611 North Street, Logansport All merchandise subject to prior sale and sales tax. Dealer purchases welcome. NELSON COMPANY, INC.