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C-2SCQreboard THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Monday. September 16. 1991 TC What's on i A- en- -gj n When your call is answered, press 1 to hear national scores or 3 to hear local scores. When you have heard the scores you want, you can press 55 menu, i nen press or 3 to near tne otner scores you want, i nere is no cnarge tor TALK SHOWS Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:55 a.m., 8:55 a.m., and 3:55 p.m. John Madden: VVLW-AM (700), WMOH-AM (1450), 6:25 a.m. Pete Rose: WCKY-AM (1530), 7:15 a.m. and 6:45 p.m. Lou Piniella, Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 7:25 a.m. Tom Dinkel, Tim Krumrie, Jim Scott, WLW-AM (700), 7:55 a.m. Joe Nuxhall: WLW-AM (700), 8 25 a.m. John Madden: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:18 p.m. Bob Costas: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:25 p.m. Blue Rebel: WCVG-AM (1320), 5:28 p.m. Brennaman and Bench: WLW-AM (700), 5:55 p.m. BengalsLine: WKRC-AM (550), 6 p.m. Crls Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700), 6 F-Ti-Doug Kidd: WKRC-AM (550), 6:05 p.m. Murray Cook: WKRC-AM (550), 6:55 p.m. Sports Call: WIOK-FM (95.3), 7 p.m. TMC Football This Week: WCVG-AM (1320), 7 p.m. Dave Lapham: WKRC-AM (550), 7:05 p.m. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Cincinnati Reds at L A. Dodgers, WLW-AM (700), 10:35 p.m. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Oilers, WCKY-AM (1530), 8:45 p.m. rw The Top Twenty Five teams in the Associated Press 1991 college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 14, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote, and previous ranking: Record Pts Pvs 1 . Florida St. (47) 3-0-0 1 ,436 1 2. Miami (8) 2-0-0 1,345 2 3. Michigan (1) 2-0-0 1,329 3 4. Washington (1) 1-0-0 1,270 4 5. Florida (1) 2-0-0 1,250 6 6. Tennessee 2-0-0 1,107 11 7. Oklahoma 1-0-0 1,047 9 8. Clemson 1-0-0 1,028 8 9. Nebraska 2-0-0 899 13 10. Iowa 2-0-0 864 14 11. Notre Dame 1-1-0 856 7 12. PennSt 2-1-0 715 5 13. Auburn 2-0-0 711 15 14. Baylor 2-0-0 638 23 15. Texas A&M 1-0-0 611 20 16. Ohio St 2-0-0 526 19 17. Georgia Tech 1-1-0 491 17 18. Syracuse 2-0-0 404 22 19 Colorado 1-1-0 365 12 20. Pittsburgh 3-0-0 350 24 21. Houston 1-1-0 336 10 22. Southern Cal 1-1-0 309 23. Mississippi St 3-0-0 302 25 24. California 2-0-0 119 25. Georgia 2-0-0 116 Other receiving votes: North Carolina 91, Oregon 71, Alabama 67, UCLA 66, Texas 41, N. Carolina St. 29, Air Force 16, Michigan St. 12, Cent. Michigan 11, Mississippi 6, Fresno St. 4, San Diego St. 4, Kansas 3, Missouri 3, Minnesota 2. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Chicago Cubs at Pittsburgh Pirates, WGN-Cable, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta Braves at San Francisco Giants, WTBS-Cable, 10 p.m. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Kansas City Chiefs at Houston Oilers, Channels 12, 2, 9 p.m. HOCKEY Canada Cup, SportsChannel, 8 p.m. WATER SKIING AWSA U.S. Open. From Sacramento, Calif. (Taped), ESPN, 10 p.m. WOMEN'S PRO BEACH VOLLEYBALL Flamingo Hilton World Championships. From Las Vegas, Nev. (Taped), ESPN, 8 p.m. College Football the call. Tennis Bordeaux Open BORDEAUX, France - Results Sun day of the 1300,000 Bordeaux Open tennis tournament (seedmgs in parentheses): Singles Championship Guy Forget 11), France del. Olivier Delaitre, France, 6-1, 6-3. Geneva Open GENEVA - Result Sunday of the $250,000 Geneva Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Singles Deals BASEBALL American Ltagut Kansas City Royals Activated Mike Macfarlane, catcher, from the 15-day disabled list. Announced the retirement ot Warren Cromartie, designated hitter. Seattle Manners-Recalled Rich Amaral, intielder; Patrick Lenrton, outfielder; Dave Fleming, pitcher; and Chris Howard, catcher, from Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. Purchased the contract of Alonzo Powell, outfielder, from Calgary. National League Houston Astros-Recalled Kenny Lof ton and Gary Cooper, outfielders; and Jeff Juden and Brian Williams, pitchers, from Tucson of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Matt Turner and Dean Wilkins, pitchers, to Tucson. HOCKEY National Hockey League New York Rangers-Returned Barry KJf Auto Racing Pioneer 200 LEXINGTON - Results Sunday in the Pioneer Electronics 200 Indy-car race, with starting position in parenthesis, hometown or country, type of car, laps completed, reason out, if any, money won and winner's speed in mph: I. (I) Michael Andretti, Ntzareth, Pa Lola-Chevrolet, 89, $83,700, 99 786. 2. (5) Emerson Filtipaldi, Brazil, Penske-Chevrolet, 89, $64,100. 3. (3) Bobby Rahal, Dublin, Ohio, Lo la-Chevrolet, 89, $51,500. 4. (4) Scott Pruett, Dublin, Ohio. Truesport-Judd, 89, $43,700. 5. (7) Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., Lola-Chevrolet, 89, $39,800 6. (2) Rick Mears, Jupiter, Fla Penske-Chevrolet. 89, $36,150. 7. (6) Mario Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., Lola-Chevrolet. 89, 132.500. 8. (11) Eddie Cheever, Aspen, Colo., Lola-Chevrolet, 89, $28,600. 9. (101 Arie Luyendyk, The Nether lands, Lola-Chevrolet, 89, $25,200. 10. (8) John Andretti, Indianapolis, Lo la-Chevrolet, 89, $19,520. Time of race: 1:59:50.203. Margin of victory: 3.781 seconds. Caution flags: 4 for 15 laps. Lead changes: 2 among 2 driven. Peak 500 DOVER, Del. - Results Sunday of the 1606,000 NASCAR Peak Antifreeze 500 stock car race at Dover Downs International Speedway, with starting position in pa rentheses, driver, hometown, make ot car, laps completed, reason out it any, prize money and winner's average speed in miles per hour: 1. (10) Harry Gant, Taylorsvllle, N.C., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 500, $67,000, 110.179 mph. 2. (3) Geoff Bodlne, Julian, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 499, $42,225. 3. (21) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 499, $31,250. 4. (19) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Buick Regal, 499, $20,350. 5. (13) Michael Waltrip, Huntersville, N.C., Pontiac Grand Prix, 498, $17,625. 6. ( 1 1 ) Dick Trickle, Iron Station, N.C., Pontiac Grand Prix, 496, SI 1,850. 7. 124) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va Chevrolet Lumina, 493, $15,800. Race Statistics Time of race-4 hours, 32 minutes, 17 seconds. Margin of Victory 1 lap plus 2.75 seconds. Caution flags 9 for 70 laps. Lead changes 10 among 7 drivers. Keystone Nationals MOHNTON, Pa. - Final results round-by-round Sunday In the $838,950 NHRA Sunoco Keystone Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway: Top Fuel Round 1 Joe Amato, Old Forge, Pa., 4.962 seconds, 285.26 mph del. Maurice Dupont, Los Angeles, 8.986, 70 47. Tom McEwen, Fountain Valley, Calif., 5.054, 284.36 def. Cruz Pedregon, Moorpark, Calif., 5.113, 277.34. Eddie Hill, Wichita Falls, Tetas, 4 972. 282 48 def. Jim Head, Columbus, Ohio, S. 161. 272.89 Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, 4 987, 283.73 def. Connie Kalilta, Ypsilanti, Mich., 5.029, 280.11. Frank Hawley, Gainesville, Fla 4 967, 282.57 del. Wayne Bailey, Lake Orion, Mich., 5.042, 280.54, Cory McClenathan, Anaheim, Calif., 4.995, 280.19 del. Pat Austin, Tacoma, Wash., 5.033, 282.66. Gene Snow, Ft. Worth, Texas, 5.094, 280.81 def. Lor! Johns Corpus Christi, Texas, foul. Don Prudhomme, Granada Hills, Calif., 4.927, 288.46 def. Scott Kalilta, Ypsilanti, Mich., 6.155, 154.90. Round 1 Bernstein, 5.085, 281.69 def. Hill, 6.546, 156.35, Amato, 4.969, 283.82 def. McEwen, LPGA du Maurier Classic, played on the , par-72, 6,421-yard Vancouver Golt Club , course: i Nancy Scranton..$105,000 72-75-64-68- 279 , Debbie Massey ....$64,750 67-70-72-73- 282 . Laura Davies $37,916 71-71-71-71-284 . Trish Johnson $37,916 67-71-73-73-284 Pamela Wright $37,916 72-69-69-74 -284 Dawn Coe $17,966 68-77-71-70- 286 ' VickiFergon $17,966 72-72-72-70- 286 Caroline Pierce $17,966 70-73-71-72- 286 ' Betsy King $17,966 71-71-72-72- 286 1 Doltie Mochrie $17,966 6949-74-74- 286 ' Rosie Jones $17,966 71-7149-75-286 ' Deb Richard 811,550 72-71-74-70- 28? ' Kristi Altoers $11,550 69-74-73-71-287 ' Brandie Burton $11,550 71-71-72-73- 287 JoanPitcOCk $9,362 75-74-48-71-28! '. MartaFgras-Dtti...$9,362 71-74-72-71 28C , JaneGeddes $9,362 69-77-70-72- 28! , Karen Davies $9,362 74-70-71-73- 28! , Digital Classic I CONCORD, Mass. - Final scores and money winnings Sunday of the $400,000 . Digital Seniors Classic on the 6441-yard, , par-72 Nashawtuc Country Club. Rocky Thompson $60,000 66-69-70 -205 i Bruce Cramplon.....35,000 67-71-68 - 206 Mike Hill $26,000 68-72-68 - 208 1 Lee Trevino..... $26,000 65-71-72- 208 1 Jim Colbert $17,500 65-74-70- 209 AIGeiberger $17,500 67-69-73- 209' Frank Beard $14,310 71-68-71-210 1 Dick Hendrickson $1 1,800 7249-70-21 1" Jimmy Powell $11,800 72-68-71-211 ' Harold Henning $9,535 7548-69- 2ir DougDalzlel $9,535 71-71-70-212 BobReith $9,535 69-70-73-212 Bob Charles $7,151 70-73-70-213' Lorry Laorettl 17,151 73-69-71-213 Paul Barkhouse $7,151 69-71-73-213 BobBetley $7,151 69-70-74-213 Homero Blancas $7,151 69-70-74-213 , Gary Cowan $5,722 72-73-69-214 JimCHern $5,722 69-73-72-214 JohnBrodie $5,722 68-72-74-214 Jim Dent ...$4,523 73-70-72 -215 SW Minnesota 61, Minot SI. 27 SW Missouri St. 7, McNeese St. 3 Simpson 49, Coe 7 St. Ambrose 17, Lindenwood 15 St. Cloud St 17, Minn.-Dululh 14 St John's, Minn. 43, St. Thomas, Minn. 15 St. Mary's, Kan. 29, Bethel, Kan. 0 St CHal 35, Augsburg 13 Taylor 17, Urbana 0 Teikyo Weslmor 49, Concordia, Neb. 14 Upper Iowa 14, Buena Vista 7 Wheaton 27, Aurora 13 Wisconsin 31, W Illinois 13 SOUTHWEST Angelo St. 55, Prairie View 0 Arizona St. 30, Oklahoma St. 3 Cent. Arkansas 30. Delta St. 15 Cent. Oklahoma 24, S. Utah 21 E. Texas St. 20, Pittsburg St. 13 Fort Hays St. 12, Arkansas Tech 9 Howard Payne 21, Hardin-Simmons 17 NE Oklahoma 20, Harding 13 NW Oklahoma 23, Langslon 6 Oklahoma 40, North Texas 2 Oregon 28, Texas Tech 13 Ouachita 21, SW Oklahoma 10 SE Oklahoma 17, S. Arkansas 0 Sam Houston St. 37, Texas Southern 6 Texas A&M 45, LSU 7 Texas Christian 22, Bal St. 16 FAR WEST Adams St. 42, N Mex Highlands 13 Air Force 24, Utah 21 Arizona 28, Stanford 23 Azusa Pacific 21, Austin Col. 19 Baylor 16, Colorado 14 Boise St. 48, Long Beach St. 14 CS Northridge 12, E. New Mexico 10 Cal SI -Hay ward 27, Cal Lutheran 0 California 42, Purdue 18 Colorado Col. 17, Pomona-Pltzer 13 Fresno St. 34, Washington St. 30 Hawaii 35, New Mexico 13 Humboldt St. 17, St. Mary's, Cal. 14 Idaho 41, SW Texas St. 38 Montana Tech 51, Fort Lewis 13 N. Colorado 20, Abilene Christian 0 Nevada 45, NW Louisiana 14 Portland St. 56, Mo. Southern 38 Redlands 27, LeVerne 20 Sacramento St. 19, Montana St. 17 San Diego St. 55, Pacific U. 34 Santa Clara 31, San Francisco St. 16 Sonoma St. 33, Santa Barbara 7 Southern Cal 21, Perm SI. 10 Texas-El Paso 22, New Mexico St. 21 UC Davis 31, Cal Poly-SLO 28 UNLV 23, Oregon St. 9 Weber St. 43, N. Arizona 38 Western SI , Coio 42, Memo 0 Whiltier 15, Claremont-Mudd 3 Wyoming 28, SW Louisiana IS NCAA summary SATURDAY'S GAME Southern Cal 21 Penn State 10 PennSt 0 7 0 3-M Southern Cal 7 14 0 7-21 USC-Y. Jackson 7 pass from Perry (Ford kick) PSt-T. Smith 13 pass from T. Socca (Fay kick) USC-Strothers 1 run (Ford kick) PSt-FG Fayak 38 USC-Perry 2 run (Ford kick) A-64,758. Championship Thomas Muster, Austria, def. Horst Skoff 14), Austria, 6-2, 6-4. Philips Cup BRASILIA, Brazil - Results Sunday ot the $250,000 Philips Cup Abcrlo da Republics tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Men Singles Final Andres Gomez (ID, Ecuador, def. Javier Sanchez (5), Spain, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Young, defenseman, fo Sudbury of the Ontario Hockey League; John Vary, defense-man, to Kingston of the Ontario Hockey League; Darcy Werenka, defenseman, to Lethbridge of the Western Hockey League and Viacheslav Uvayev, defenseman, to Dynamo Moscow. St. Louis Blues Released Dan Rolfe and Brennan Maley, detensemen. San Jose Sharks-Sent Andy Akervik, Dale Craigwell, Gord Frantti, Troy Frederick, Murray Garbutt, Mike Hiltner, Jeff Odgers, Kevin Sullivan, Mike Sullivan and Gary Emmons, forwards; Duane Joyce, Claudio Scremin and Ryan Fox, defense-men; and Wade Flaherty, goaltender, to Kansas City of the International Hockey League. Returned Dan Ryder, goaltender; Dody Wood, forward to their junior teams. Released Trent Andison, Jim Latos and Darin Smith, forwards; Kevin Ingails, defenseman. 4.968, 282.48; Hawley, 4.997, 280.46 def. Snow, 4.988, 282 22; Prudhomme, 4.957, 283.73 def. McClenthan, 13.169, 66.64. Semifinals Amato, 6 490, 173.07 def. Bernstein, 10.371, 8067; Prudhomme, 4.957, 280.63 def. Hawley, 4.957, 283 28. Final Prudhomme, 4.954, 278.20 def. Amato, 5.009, 279.58. Funny Car Round 1 Jim White, Tulsa, Okla., Dodge Doyto-na, 5.255, 283.55 def. Frank Kramberger, Quaker Town, Pa., Ford Probe, 12.543, 72.05 Gary Bolger, Geona, II., Pontiac Trans Am, 5.366, 253 09 del. Gordon Mineo, Rockwall, Txas, Pontiac Trans Am, 5.621, 236.96. Chuck EtcheHs, Putnam, Conn., Pontiac Trans Am, 5.444, 267.93 def Jerry Caminito, Jackson, N.J., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.586, 259.74. Oomenic Santucci, Glenwillard, Pa., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.423, 271.24 def. Ed McCulloch, Hemet, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.904, 172.94. Del Worsham, Orange, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass and Richard Hartman, Cornoa, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, both disqualified for not starting. Mike Dunn. Mt. Joy, Pa., Dodge Day-tona, 5.303, 274.97 def. Gary Densham, Bell-flower, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.421, 255.46. Al Hofmann, Umatilla, Fla., Ford Probe, 5.485, 271.49 def. Mark Oswald, Cincinnati, Ohio, Dodge Daytona, 10.661, 79.00. John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5,343, 274.05 def. Jim Murphy, Santa Rosa, Calif., Dodge Daytona, 5.452, 264.08. Round 1 Force, 5.321, 262.46 del. Etchells, 5.331, 270.92; White, 5.263, 281.86 del. Bolger, 7.345, 119 36; Dunn, 5.372, 270.51 def. Holmann, 5.452, 267.61; Santucci, 12.708, 46.04 bye run. Semifinals While, 5.237, 285 44 def. Santucci, 5.491, 270.67; Force, 5.329, 272.72 def. Dunn, foul. Final White, 5.181,- 289.94 (national speed record) del. Force, 5.309, 274.30. Pro Stock Round 1 Warren Johnson, Dukjth, Ga Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7. 180 (NHRA national and track record), 191.97 def. Ken Delco, Cenlereach, N.Y., Pontiac Trans Am, 7.377, 187.14. Vincent Khoury, Mt. Clemens, Mich., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.338, 187.46 def. Darren Alderman, Lexington, Ky, Dodge Daytona, 7.347, 18695. Mark Pawuk, Medina, Ohio, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7 256, 18907 def. Jerry Haas, St. Louis, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.350, 187.18. Larry Morgan, Newark, Ohio, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7 299, 188.91 del. Jim Yates, Fairfax Station, Va., Pontiac Trans Am, 7.430, 165.50. Frank laconio, Flanders, N.J., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.289, 188.52 del. Gary Brown, Butord, Ga., Oldsmobile Cutlass, tout. Scolt Geottrion, Huntington Beach, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.236, 191.00 def. Rickie Smith, King, N.C., Pontiac Trans Am, 7.335, 187 42. Bob Glidden, Whiteland, Ind, Ford Probe, 7.380, 189.07 def. Don Beverley, Chester, Va., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 9.431, 101.63. Bruce Allen, Arlington, Texas, Chevrolet Berelta, 7.269, 189.79 def. Jerry Eckman, Newark, Ohio, Pontiac Tran Am, 7.329, 188.48. Round 2 Geoff rlon, 7.242, 191.00 def. Morgan, 7.276, 189.59; Pawuk, 7.265, 188.79 def. Khoury, 7.316, 187.81; Johnson, 7.206, 191.97 del. Allen, 7.294, 189.79, Glidden, 7.289, 189.59 def. laconio, 7.301, 188.24. Semifinals Johnson, 7.216, 191.93 def. Glidden, 7.280, 189.75; Pawuk, 7.2B8, 189.23 def. Geof-Irion, 7.279, 188.79. Final Johnson, 7.190, 191.93 del. Pawuk, 7.285, 188 67. Feslin(Delahoussaye) 2.20 Off 3:40. Time 1:46 1-5. Scratched-Crackedbell Exacta 13-5) paid HO 00 Pick Three (6-4-3) paid $95.20. 7th-20,400, mdn 2YO, 1 l-Uml. Basqueing Beauty (Fox) 3.00 2.40 2 20 Foxfire Lass (D'Amico) 3.40 300 Mythical Hope ( Johnson ) 3.40 Off 4:12. Time 1:47 1-5. Exacta (3-5) paid $8 60. th 11,900, cl, 3YO up, 1 Html. Count V.J. (MeHa) 10.20 560 4.40 Mr Inevitable (Parsley) 14.00 7 00 Five Bens (Sunseri) 7.80 Ott 4:40. Time 1:46 2-5. Exacla (4-3) paid $125.00 Pick Six (3-6-4-3-3-4) paid $2,671.20. (10 tickets). 5 Wins paid $23.40. (171 tickets). tth-28,200, ale, 3YO up, 61. Joe The Feel (Estrella) 7I.B0 2160 8 40 Jimmy Coggins (Sipus) 7.40 4.20 Frozen Runway (Bruin) 3.20 Ott 5:08 Time 1:10 3-5. Exacta (5-3) paid $293.60. Pick Three (3-4-5) paid 1516.80. 10th 41,200, 2YO, 1ml. The Alysheba Prep. Scudan (Johnson) 29.60 11.60 5.00 Snowed Under (Bruin) 11.40 6.20 Rail (Bass) 4.20 Oil 5:38. Time 1:37 1-5, Exacta (3-D paid $ 186.40. llth-4,000, cl, 3YO up, 1ml. Friday NleFghllDgn) 14.80 7.00 3.80 Super Now (Lopez) 7.80 3.40 Side Street (Bass) 4.20 Oil 6:05. Time 1:40. Scralched-Ba-nana Peal, Heaven's Best, Randle, Shiml's Flower. Daily Double (3-6) paid 113780. Exacta 16-3) paid $106 20. Trlfecla (6-3-2) paid $45080. Attendance 4.731. Handle $714,888.00. Total Handle $1,590,186.00 (Includes ITW). to return 10 me main Baseball Late box score SATURDAY'S GAME Mariners 4 Royals 3 SEATTLE KANSAS CITY abrhbi abrhbi EMrtnz 36 Sill KGbson l 2000 Schefer 3b 0 0 0 0 Wayne c 0 0 0 0 Rynlds 2b 6 0 2 1 Mctrlne ph 10 0 0 GrfyJrct 5 0 2 1 Pedrec 10 0 0 OBrienll 3 0 0 0 McRaect 4 12 0 ADevis dh 5 0 0 0 Pecoia 2b 5 111 TMrtnz lb 3 0 0 0 Brett dh 4 0 0 0 PoweBrf 0 0 0 0 Bnzngr lb 5 12 1 Bnley rf 5 0 10 PHiam rf 3 0 0 0 Vizquelss 5 110 DCIarkph 10 0 0 Vellec 4 2 2 0 BMoorelf 0 0 0 0 Stllwellpn 1000 Howard u 4 0 10 Seiti on 10 0 1 Berry 3b 2 0 0 0 Esnrichlf 3 0 10 Spenr c 2 0 10 , Crmrte ph 10 0 0 Shmprt 2b 0 0 0 0 TrtabHph 0 0 0 0 SCole 2b 0 0 0 0 Totals 414 t 4 Totals 40 3 1 Seattle 002 NO 000 02-4 Kansas City K 001 000 01-3 E-EMartine: 1 141, O'Brien (41, Howard (12), Berry (I). DP-Seattle I. LOB-Seattle II, Kansas City 10. 2B-EMartinez (291, Briley (15), Benzinger 2 (13) SB-Griffey Jr (16). S-EMartinez, O'Brien, McRae. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Krueger 6 5 2 12 2 Bankhead 2 10 0 12 Swan 3 0 0 0 1 0 M Jackson W.7-6 1 Vj 0 0 0 0 0 Swift S,I3 1 2 1110 Kansas City Appier 3 4 2 2 3 1 Magnante 2 2 0 0 0 2 Johnston 3 1 0 0 0 1 Montgomery 2 0 0 0 1 2 Crawford L.2-2 1 2 2 2 1 0 WP-Crawford. PB-Valle. Umpires-Home, Garcia, First, Phillips, Second, Reilly; Third, McCoy. T-3:44. A-27,582. Pennant races AMERICAN LEAGUE East Oivision W L Pet. GB Toronto 81 63 .563 - Boston 77 66 .530 3Vl Detroit 75 60 .524 5''J Remaining Games - TORONTO () - Home (6): Sept 17-29, Minnesota, Sept. 30-Oct. 1-2, California. Away (12): Sept. 16-16, Seattle, Sept. JO-22, Oakland. Sept. 23-25, California, Oct. 4-6, Minnesota. BOSTON (19) - Home (12): Sept. NFL injury report MONDAY NIGHT KANSAS CITY AT HOUSTON - Chiefs: RB Kimble Anders (hand), S Deron Cherry (knee), CB Albert Lewis (knee), WR Stephone Page (knee), CB Jayice Pearson (toe) are Questionable; DE Neil Smith (ankle), S Charles Washington (an-kle) are probable. Oilers: WR Pat Coleman '(hamstring), RB Gary Brown (hamstring) 'are questionable; T Don Maggs (neck) is probable. cf,f39,11,12 CFL standings High School Football Fenwick 35, Anionia II at Barnlti Field Steve Doorozsi threw two TD passes ard Fred Cranford scored twice to lead the Falcons. ANSONIA Q t) n-H FENWICK 7 21 7 0-JS F -Barker 65 run (Stuck kick) F-Hugar 57 pass from Dobrozsi (Stuck kick) F-Cranford 1 run (Stuck kick) F-Ehrhardl 49 run (kick wide) F -Cranford 8 pass from Dobrois) (Barker pass from Dobroisi) A-Shettiaa$ 1 run (pass tailed) A-Whittaker 1 run (run faiieU) A-Ostertoh 55 pass from Bickel (run failed) Records: Fenwick 3-0, Ansonia 1-2. Girls soccer Mariemont 2, Mount Notre Dame 2 Goals: M-Taggert 2; MND-Egan, Dunaway. Records: M 1-3-1, MND 1-3-1. Girls water polo Findlay Cup Worthington 4, Miltord 4 Goals: M: Wilson 2, Ross, Klosterman Miltord 12, Glen Oak 4 Goals: M: Wilson 6, Dakel 3, Crowley, ' Engiert, Ross. Findlay 19, Miltord 11 Goals: M: Wilson 7, Ross 2, Leigh, Dakel. Records: M 1-3 Boys water polo Findlay Cup Napoleon 13, Miltord 1 Goals: M: Meier. Findlay 18, Miltord IS . Goals: Billhimer 7, Calvin 2, Wilson 2, jStoutfer 2, Lemker, Meier, ', Girls cross country Covington Catholic Invitational ' (3.1 miles at Thomas More College) 1 Class A Team Standings: 1. St. Henry '30, 2. Lloyd 101, 3. Dayton 1 19, 4. NCC 134, 5. 'Frankfort 166, 6. Bishop Brossart 174, 7. Henry County 205, 8 Berea 208, 9. Cordia 210, 10. Villa Madonna 267, II. Walton Vero-'na NTS, Our Lady of Providence NTS, 'Progressive Academy NTS. ' Top Performers: 1. Egan (St Henry) '16:26; 2. Kelly (Lloyd) 1743; 3. Edwards '(Providence) 17:57; 4. Clements (St Henry) '1803; 5. Knight (Progressive) 18:14; 6. 'Bodde (St Henry) 18:22, 7. Parker (Berea) ! 18:29; 8. Stull (St Henry) 18:37; 9. Barber ;(Franktort) 18:40; 10. Coomer (Providence) :i8:47 Class AA Team Standings: 1. Dixie 'Heights 63; 2. Notre Dame 66, 3. McNicholas ' 103, 4. Russell '.44; 5. Oldham County 169, 6. 'Fleming County 204, 7. South Oldham 221; 8. , Grant County 222, 9. Colerain 224; 10. Highlands 228; II Simon Kenton 234; 12. Conner ,NTS; New Richmond NTS. Top Performers.' I. Watkins (Franklin JCo.) 16:51; 2. Ford (Fleming Co.) 17:25; 3. ,Roebel (Notre Dame) 17 30; 4. Higgins , (Highlands) 17:55; 5. Moehring (Conner) ,1810; 6. Cahil (Dixie) 1810; 7. Buchhelt .(Dixie) 18:11; I. Hit (McNicholas) 1824; 9. Santillipa (Notre Dame) 18:30; 10. Crowe , (Notre Dame) 18:30. , Class AAA Team Standings: 1 Pulaski .County 36; 2. Mother of Mercy 70; 3. Dav-,iess County 80; 4. McAuley 112; 5. Boone County 158; 6. Louisville Mercy 176, 7. Lou-,lsviHe Ballard 215; 8. Jessamine County 238; ,9. Louisville Butler 260; 10 Greenup County ,269; II, Knox Central 283; 12. Covington .Holmes 288; 13. Mt. Notre Dame 354; 14. Louisville Doss NTS; Scott County NTS, St. aUrsula NTS, Jetfersontown NTS. a Top Performers: I. Jones (Pulaski) . 16:27; 2. Marshall (Boone) 16:53; 3. Roberts t (Pulaski) 17:06; 4. Newton (Daviess) 17:07; ,5 Clark (Scott) 17:35; 6. Schaeler (McAu-.ley I 17:45; 7. Smith (Pulaski) 17:52; 8. Pflum .(Mercy) 17:54; 9. Peacock (Daviess) 18:04; , 10. Broxterman (Mercy) 18:28. ; Boys cross country Covington Catholic Invitational (3.1 milts at Thomas More College) Class A Team Standings: I. Bishop Brossart 60, 2. Our Lady ol Providence 75; 3. Cordia 90; 4. St. Henry 173; S. Walton Verona 174; 6 NCC 195; 1 Dayton 198, 1. 'Louisville Christian Academy 212; 9. Wll-'liamstown 220; 10. BeHevue 234; II. Berea ' 322; 12. Frankfort 326; 13. Lloyd 327; 14. 4 Lexington Catholic 356; IS. Henry County ' 374; 16. Vila Madonna 450; 17. Progressive Academy NTS. Top Performers: 1. Nash (Provl-" dence) 16:19; 2 Dunlevy (Brossart) 16 29. 3. " Gayheart (Cordia) 16:39; 4 Combs (Cordia) 16:41, s. Barber (Frankfort) 14:49; 6. Craft (Providence) 14:50; 7. Brown (Brossart) ' 17:15; 8 Knight (Progressive) 17:20. 9. Ryan ' (St Henry) 17:32; 10 Brauch (NCC) 17 32. ' Class AA Team Standings: I Russel ' 98; 2. Covington Catholic 1 10; J. Anderson ' County 120; 4. Frankfort Western Hills 145; i. South Oldham 152; 4 New Richmond 206; fJt pro Football 16- 11, Baltimore; Sept. 20-:2, New York; Oct. 1-3, Detroit; Oct. 4-6, Milwaukee. Away (7): Sept. 23-25, Baltimore; Sept. 27-30, Milwaukee. DETROIT (19) - Home (11): Sept, 20-22, Milwaukee; Sept. 23-26, Cleveland; Sept. 27-30, Baltimore. Away (I): Sept. 17- 18, Cleveland; Oct. 1-3, Boston, Oct. 4-6, Baltimore. West Division W L Pet. GB Minnesota 86 58 .597 - Chicago 79 66 .545 lit Remaining Games MINNESOTA (18) - Home (11): Sept. 16- 18, Kansas City, Sept. 20-22, Texas; Sept. 24-25, Chicago, Oct. 4-6, Toronto. Away (7): Sept. 27-29, Toronto, Sept. 30-Oct. 1-3, Chicago. CHICAGO (17) - Home (121: Sept. 17- 18, Oakland; Sept. 20-22, California, Sept. 27-29, Seattle, Sept. 30-Oct 1-3, Minnesota. Away (5): Sept. 24-25, Minnesota; Oct. 4-6, Seattle. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Pittsburgh 85 58 .594 - St. Louis 75 67 .528 9'l Remaining Games PITTSBURGH () - Home (13): Sept. 16-17, Chicago; Sept. 18-19, SI. Louis, Sept. 20-22, Philadelphia; Sept. 30-Oct. 1-2, New York; Oct. 4-6, Montreal. Away (6): Sept. 24-26, New York, Sept. 27-29, Montreal. ST. LOUIS (20) - Home (7): Sept. 23 (DH) 25, Montreal; Sept. 27-29. Away (13): Sept. 16-17, Philadelphia; Sept. 18-19, Pittsburgh; Sept. 20-22, New York; Sept. 30-Oct. 1-2, Montreal, Oct. 4-6, Chicago. West Division W L Pet. G8 Atlanta 82 61 .573 - Los Angeles 81 63 .563 1V4 Remaining Games ATLANTA (19) - Home (6): Sept. 24-26, Cincinnati; Oct. 4-6, Houston, Away ( 13): Sept. 16-17, San Francisco; Sept. 18-19, San Diego; Sept. 20-22, Los Angeles; Sept. 27-29, Houston; Sept. 30-Oct. 1-2, Cincinnati. LOS ANGELES (IS) - Home 113): Sept. 16-17, Cincinnati; Sept. 18-19, Houston; Sept. 20-22, Atlanta; Sept. 27-29, San Francisco; Sept. 30-Oct. 1-2, San Diego. Away (5): Sept. 24-25, San Diego; Oct. 4-6, Sal Francisco. Minor League Championship (Best-of-7) Saturday, Sept. M Denver at Columbus, ppd., lack of equipment Sunday, Sept. 15 Columbus 10, Denver I, Denver leads series 3-1 Monday, Sept. M Denver at Cokjmbus Canadian Football League (Through Sunday's games) Eastern Division W L T PF PAPts Toronto 7 4 0 419 333 14 Winnipeg 6 5 0 306 323 12 Ottawa 5 6 0 319 334 10 Hamilton . 1 10 0 223 371 2 Western Division Calgary 8 3 0 380 337 16 BrltCImb 7 4 0 398 363 14 Edmonton 7 4 0 459 367 14 Sasktchwn 3 8 0 398 455 6 7. Rowan County 243; 8. Highlands 254, 9. Fleming County 276; 10. Grant County 280; 11. Simon Kenton 288; 12. McNicholas 313; 13. Dixie Heights 334; 14. Oldham County 339; 15. Franklin County NTS, Pendleton County NTS, Scott NTS. Top Performers: 1. Hutchinson (P) 17:01; 2. Renfrew (FWH) 17:17; 3. Dillow (Russell) 17:19; 4. Heikenteid (McN) 17:24; 5. Thompson (FWH) 17:36; 6. Messer (Rowan) 17:36; 7. Thompson (Russell) 17:40; 8. Reckers ICC) 17:40; 9. Thomas (Fleming) 17:42; 10. Eldridge (AC) 17:43. Class AAA Team Standings: I. Cin. St. Xavier 38, 2. Elder 63; 3. Louisville Trinity 70; 4. La Salle 121; 5. LouisviKe St. Xavier 137; 6. Louisville Holy Cross 199; 7. Louisville Butler 236, 8. Pulaski County 285; 9. Louis-vine Ballard 301; 10. Louisville DeSales 304; II. Louisvite Eastern 310, 12. Boyd County 339; 13. Scott County 359; 14. Jessamine County 362; 15. Covington Holmes 382; 16. Knox Central 501; 17. Louisville Pleasure Ridge Park 523; 18. Jetfersontown NTS, Louisville Central NTS, Greenup County NTS, McGavock NTS. Top Perlormers: 1. Perkins (LSX) 15:41; 2. Baum ILHC) 15:45; 3. Devanney (CSX) 16:19, Barako(T) 16:20, 5. Weslerich IE) 16:30; 6. VanLandingham (Boone Co) 16:33; 7. Bollman (CSX) 16:34; 8. Metller (CSX) 16:44, 9. Abiog (CSX) 16:44; 10. Nau (E) 16:45. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Friday, Sept. 20 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Williamsburg at Clermont Northeastern Western Brown at North College Hill New Richmond at Bethel-Tate CAPE at Madeira Mariemont at Finneytown Reading at Taylor Loveland at Deer Park Indian Hill at Wyoming Lemon-Monroe at Middletown Fenwick Edgewood at Talawanda Lebanon at Franklin Carroll al Miamisburg Walnut Hills at Amelia Anderson at Norwood Northwest at Turpin Woodward at Winton Woods Harrison at Glen Este Hughes at Taft Elder at Withrow Colerain at St. Xavier, 8 p.m. Aiken at La Salle, 8 p.m. Pureed Marian at Roger Bacon, 8 p.m. Hamilton at Lima, 8 p.m. Princeton at Miltord, 8 p m. Sycamore at Lakota. 8 p.m. Middletown at Fairfield, 8 p.m. Aiken at La Sane Mt. Healthy at Columbus DeSales, 8 p.m. Western Hills at Dayton Dunbar Elder at Withrow, 8 p.m. Batavia at New Miami Summit CD at Landmark Christian Kings at Ross Mason at Springboro Goshen at Wilmington Blanchester at Little Miami Saturday, Sept. 21 Oak Hill at Cov. Catholic, 2 p.m. Lockland at Cincinnati CD, 2 p.m. Hamilton Badin at Kettering Alter Chaminade Julienne at McNicholas, 8 p.m. Masslllon at Moeller, 8 p.m. Kentucky Football Friday, Sept. 20 Beechwood at Scott BeHevue at Ludlow Boone County at Tates Creek Campbell Co. at Lexington Dunbar, 8 p.m. Dayton at Wayne County, 8 p.m. Highlands at Newport Central Catholic Holmes at Dixie Heights Lloyd al Conner Newport at Simon Kenton MONDAY, SEPT. 14 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Cincinnati CD at Deer Park, 4:30 p.m. Fairfield at Winton Woods Fenwick at Hamilton Finneytown at Loveland Glen Este at Western Brown Miltord at Anderson Princeton at Withrow, 5 p m. Puree! Marian at Winton Woods GIRLS SOCCER Anderson at Winton Woods Colerain at St. Ursula, 5:30 p.m. Goshen at Georgetown Loveland at Finneytown Mariemont at Madeira McNicholas at St Ursula, 5:30 p m, Mercy at Seton, 5:30 p m. Mt Notre Dame at Pur. Marian, 5:30 p.m. Northwest al Amelia Oak Hits at Princeton Roger Bacon at Hamilton Badin Seven Hills at North Colege Hi! Turpin at Glen Este UrsuHne at McAuley, i p.m. Walnut His al Harrison Wyoming at Indian Hit BOYS SOCCER St. Gertrude al New Richmond Golf Hardee's Classic COAL VALLEY, III - Final scores and prize money Sunday in the $1 million Hardee's Golf Classic, played on the 6,796-yard, par-70 Oak wood Country Club: D A Weibrmg $180,000 68-67-68-64-267 Peler Jacobsen....$88,O00 65-66-72-65 - 268 Paul Azinger $88,000 65-65-70-68-268 Scott Hoch $4 1,333 69-65-69-66-269 Lnrd Thmpsn $4 1,333 67-62-73-67-269 Greg Norman $41,333 64-67-70-68 - 269 BradFabel $31,167 68-69-47-66-270 Steve Jones $31,167 68-69-64-69 - 270 Sieve Lowery $31,167 65-66-70-69 -270 TomPurtzer $24,000 68-69-68-66- 271 John Huston $24,000 67-71-66-67 - 271 David Frost $24,000 66-71-66-68 -271 David Edwards ... $24,000 66-69-64-72-27 1 DanForsman $16,000 69-69-68-66-272 BobEstes $16,000 67-71-67-67 - 272 CarlCooper $16,000 68-66-70-68 - 272 Gil Morgan $16,000 67-69-68-68 -272 Trevor Dodds $16,000 69-68-67-68-272 Robert Gamez $16,000 70-64-68-70-272 Jeff Maggert $16,000 69-66-67-70-272 Mark Hayes $9,388 67-69-70-67 - 273 Larry Silveira $9,388 65-68-72-68- 273 Kenny Knox $9,388 69-67-69-68- 273 MikeHulbert $9,388 68-70-67-68 - 273 Blaine McCalliSter..$9,388 66-66-72-69 -273 Jay Haas $9,388 66-68-70-69-273 DanPohl $9,388 70-63-64-49273 Loren Roberts $9,388 69-67-67-70-273 Neal Lancaster $5,956 68-69-72-65- 274 Marco Dawson $5,956 69-68-71-66- 274 Lennle Clements....$5,956 65-68-73-68- 274 Fulton Allem $5,956 67-67-72-68-274 Dave RummellS $5,956 69-68-69-68- 274 Jerry Haas $5,956 66-72-67-69 -274 Bart Bryant $5,956 68-67-69-70 -274 Bob Gilder $5,956 68-70-66-70-274 Bobby Wadklns $5,956 71-67-66-70- 274 Bob Lohr $2,200 68-69-70-70-277 du Maurier Classic COOUITLAM, British Columbia - Final scores and earnings Sunday in the The Latest Line (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Favorite Line Underdog PITTSBURGH 7Vi4"t Chicago PHILADELPHIA SVMvj St. Louis Atlanta even-4 SAN FRANCISCO SAN DIEGO 6-7 Houston LOS ANGELES 6'Wi Cincinnati American League Favorite Line Underdog NEW YORK pick Milwaukee BOSTON Vt-lVt Baltimore MINNESOTA 7vi-S' Kansas City Toronto even4 SEATTLE NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Favorite Line Underdog HOUSTON . Yi Kansas City COLLEGE FOOTBALL Thursday's game Favorite Line Underdog GEORGIA TECH 10 Virginia Saturday's games Favorite Line Underdog N C.State II WAKE FOREST Cornell 2'i PRINCETON TENNESSEE Vi Mississippi St. HARVARD II Columbia CLEMSON 25 Temple North Carolina 9 ARMY Dartmouth 1 PENNSYLVANIA YALE 9W Brown RUTGERS 16 Northwestern OHIO STATE 19 Washington St. NOTRE DAME 12 Michigan St. AIR FORCE 3"i San Oiego St. INDIANA 9"l Kentucky WYOMING 2 Texas Tech Iowa Slate 3'z WISCONSIN COLORADO IS Minnesota Florida 7 SYRACUSE Houston 6 ILLINOIS SOUTHERN CAL 7 ' Arizona St. MARYLAND 3 West Virginia SO MISS. 7 Colorado St. ARKANSAS 8 S W. Louisiana S. CAROLINA pick Virginia Tech Texas A8.M 19 TULSA TEXAS 4"j Auburn Tcu l OKLAHOMA ST. PENN STATE 14 BYU ALABAMA 7"l Georgia NEBRASKA 2 Washington BAYLOR 12 Missouri Rice 6 TULANE LSU 15 Vanderbilt Oregon Wi UTAH California VI ARIZONA NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sunday's games Favorite Line Underdog L A. Raiders 3 ATLANTA Washington 4 CINCINNATI PHILADELPHIA 3 Pittsburgh Hockey Canada Cup Championship (Best-of-3) Saturday, Sept. 14 Canada 4, United States 1, Canada leads series 1-0 Monday, Sept. 16 United States vs. Canada at Hamilton, Ontario, 8 pm. Wednesday, Sept. It United States vs. Canada at Hamilton, Ontario, If necessary, 7:30 p m. NHL preseason Saturday's Games Ouebec 6, Winnipeg 3 College scores SATURDAY'S GAMES EAST Army 51, Colgate 22 Boston U. 10, Towson St. 8 Buffalo St. 24, Canisius 17 Capital 41, Bethany, W.Va. 14 Carnegie-Mellon 20, Washington, Mo. 12 Clarion 28, Westminster, Pa. 14 Coast Guard 14, RPI 7 Framingham St. 27, Curry 7 Georgia Tech 30, Boston College 14 Glenvilie St. 33, Cumberland, Ky. 15 Grove City 31, Duquesne 27 Holy Cross 22, Massachusetts 20 Lafayette 42, Buffalo 21 Lehigh 32, Fordham 7 Lowell 22, Bridgewater .Mass. 0 Lycoming 37, Keen 0 Maine Maritime 40, westfieid St. 28 Mansfield 18, Monlclair St. 7 Mass -Boston 18, Worcester St. 7 Millersville 30, Shepherd 20 Moravian 7, Franklin & Marshall 6 New Hampshire 21, Connecticut 16 Northeastern 15, Maine 14 Pittsburgh 26, Temple 7 Rochester 14, Case Western 7 Swarthmore 29, Hobart 13 Thiel 28, Oberlin 0 Union, N.Y, 49, Worcester Tech 27 Ursinus 12, Georgetown, D.C. 6 vmanova 40, Bucknell 0 W. Virginia St. 25, Virginia St. 19 Waynesburg 14, Geneva 0 west Liberty 35, w. Virginia Tech 7 West Virginia 21, South Carolina 16 SOUTH Alabama St. 19, Southern U. 16 Albany, Ga. 16, Miles 12 Alcorn St. 38, Alabama A&M 0 Appalachian St. 24, VMI 19 Auburn 23, Mississippi 13 Bethune-Cookman 38, Morgan St. 6 Bowie St. 17, Hampton U. 14 Cent. Florida 12, Valdosta St. 0 Clark Col. 33, Livingstone 14 Davidson 32, Clinch Valley 7 Delaware 28, William i Mary 21 Delaware St. 33, Youngstown St. 29 Duke 42, Rutgers 22 East Carolina 20, Memphis St. 13 Elizabeth City St. 21, Fayettevile St. 6 Emory 8. Henry 14, Washington & Lee 0 Ferrum 41, Bridgewater.Va. 13 Florida 35, Alabama 0 Florida St. 58, W. Michigan 0 Fort Valley St. 20, Morehouse 17 Furman 31, Liberty 7 Glassboro St. 28, Newport News 14 Guilford 34, Methodist 0 Hampden-Sydney 42, Centre 26 Howard U 28, Florida A&M 21 Jackson St. 41, Tennessee St. 19 Lambuth C08. 42, Tuscukim 0 Lenoir-Rhyne 31, Newberry 10 Livingston St 24, Gardner-Webb 7 Louisiana Tech 21, Montana 11 Mars Hill 29. Charleston Southern 0 Marshall 70, Morehead St. II Maryviile, Tenn. 14, Rhodes 7 Miss. Valley St. 30, Lane 13 Mississippi Col. 31. North Alabama 3 Mississippi St 48, Tulane 0 Morris Brown 21, Cheyney 14 N Carolina St. 47, Kent 0 NE Louisiana 21, Georgia Southern 13 Norfolk SI. 32, Johnson C. Smith 6 North Carolina 51, Cincinnati 16 Richmond 19, Rhode Island 10 S. Illinois 21, Austin Peay 17 Samford 31, E. Tennessee SI. 6 Savannah St. 43, Tuskegee 38 Sewanee 10, Tenn. Wesleyan 7 Syracuse 31, Maryland 17 Tenn.-Martln 28, Washburn 7 Tennessee 30, UCLA 16 Thomas More 37, Ky. Wesleyan 7 Troy St. 13, West Georgia 10 Union, Ky. 21, Tillin 16 Vanderbllt 14, Southern Meth. 11 Virginia 17, Navy 10 Virginia Union 46, Grambling St. 37 W. Kentucky 14, Murray St. 0 Wake Forest 40, W. Carolina 24 Wesley 31, Randolph-Macon 28 Winston-Salem 13, N. Carolina A&T 10 Woltord 15, Citadel 12 MIDWEST Adrian 14, Heidelberg 0 Albion 29, Wabash 10 Alma 21, Marietta 7 Ashland 35, Ferris St. 7 AugustenaJH 41, North Central 0 Baldwin-Wallace 45, Wittenberg 16 Beloit 35. Knox 7 Bemidjt St. 14, Mayville St. 10 Benedictine.Kan. 13, Missouri Val. 7 Bethel, Minn. 10, Hamlme 7 Butler 37, St Joseph's, tnd 10 CampbeHsviHe 29, Wilmington, Ohio 14 Carieton 30, Concordia, Moor. 20 Carthage 55, North Park 6 Cent Iowa 12, Loras 3 Cent. Michigan 20, Michigan St. 3 Concordia, 81 17, Chicago 13 Concordia, Wis. 34, Lawrence 12 Cornell, Iowa 37, Concordia, St P 0 Dayton 24, John Carrol 7 Detiance 20, Anderson 17 Dickinson SI. 27, Rocky Mountain 20 E. Illinois 30, E. Washington 12 E. Kentucky 49, SE Missouri 7 Edinboro 25, Northwd, Mich. 14 Eureka 37, Monmouth, H8 3 Franklin 20, Evansville 12 Friends 69, Tabor 0 Georgetown, Ky, 53, Mount St. Joseph's 14 Grand Valley St. 21, N. Dakota St. 17 Hanover 56, Bluffton 28 Hillsdale 49, Valparaiso 27 Hope 23, DePauw 14 Illinois St. 25, Akron 3 Illinois Weslyn 49, Carroll, wis. 13 Indiana SI. 35, Cent. Missouri 6 Iowa 29, Iowa St. 10 Jamestown 20, Valley City St. 19 Kalamaioo 22, IH. Benedictine 7 Kansas 23, Tulsa 17 Kansas St. 41, Idaho St. 7 Kenyon 20, Otterbein 10 Luther 21, William Perm IB Manchester 12, Mac Murray 12, tie Mankalo St. S3, NW Missouri St. 35 Mary 51, S. Dakota Tech 7 Miami 29, 1. Michigan 1 Michigan 24, Notre Dame 14 Mirhigan Tech 41, St Norbert 0 Millikin 33, Elmhurst 6 Minnesota 26, San Jose St. 20 Missouri 23, Illinois 19 Mount Union 24, Wooster I Muskingum 10, Denison 3 N. Illinois 22, Arkansas 51 21 N Iowa 45, Augustana.S.D. 22 N. Michigan 31, Indianapolis 20 Nebraska 71, Colorado St 14 North Dakota 21, Moorhead St. 14 Ohio St. 23, Louisville IS Ohio U 35, Tennessee Tech 14 Ohio Wrilyn 38, Hiram Col 0 Olivet 29, Ohio Northern 26 Rice 36, Northwestern 7 Ripon 13. Minn .Morris 10 Rose-Hutmen 31, Drake 21 S. Dakota St. 19, South Dakota 1 PSt use First downs 21 17 Rushes-yards 35-127 47-156 Passing 263 123 Return Yards 46 19 Comp-Att-Int 21-46-3 10-20-2 Punts 6-39 8-44 Fumbles-Lost 7-2 3-1 Penalties-Yards 10-90 7-46 Time of Possession 30:18 29:42 MIAMI I Green Bay Houston 11 NEW ENGLAND NEW ORLEANS 2 Minnesota INDIANAPOLIS pick Detroit . N Y. GIANTS 12 Cleveland. Buffalo 8 TAMPA BAY SAN FRANCISCO 7 L A. Ranu KANSAS CITY 7'i Seattle DENVER 9 San Diego,, PHOENIX . 1 Dallas Monday's game "' Favorite Lino Underdog ' CHICAGO 8 N.Y. Jets ' Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, -Las Vegas, Nev. World Gymnastics . INDIANAPOLIS - Results Sunday in, , the Work) Gymnastics Championships at the Hoosier Dome: ' . Men , Vault 1, Ok Youl You, Korea, 9.700. 2, Vltaly, , Scherbo, Soviet Union, 9.699. 3, Yutaka Al- hara, Japan, 9.631. 4, Sylvio Kroll, Germany 9.618. 5, Mike Inglis, Canada, 9.581. Parallel Bars 1, Jlng Li, China, 9.862. 2, Igor Korob-chinskl, Soviet Union, 9.825. 3, Linyao Guo China, 9.812. 4, Daisuke Nishikawa, Japan, 9,675. 5, Sylvio Kroll, Germany, 9.662. High Bar 1 (tie), Chunyang LI, China, and Raff ' Buechner, Germany, 9.787. 3, Vltaly Scher- ', bo, Soviet Union, 9.775. 4, Scott Keswick, ' United Stales, 9.725. 5, Zoltan Supola, Hun- '. gary, 9.712. Women Balance Beam . 1, Svettana Boguinskaia, Soviet Union, ., 9.962. 2, Tatiana Gutsu, Soviet Union, 9.950. 3 ,. (tie), Betty Okino, United States, andLavin-ia Milosovici, Romania, 9.900. 5, Bo Yang,. , China, 9.887. Floor Exercise ' 1 (tie), Cristina Bontas, Romania, and . Oksana Tchusovllina, Soviet Union, 9.962. 3, ' Kim Zmeskal, United Stales, 9.950. College results MEN'S SOCCER ' Kentucky Weslyen 3, NKU 1, OT , Goals: W Elliott, Udoviclc, Wilson, NKut Giles, Mason. Records: NKU 3-1, W 2-1 Next game: Wed , at Xavier at S p.m. Klwanis Classic i at Wilmington College Wilmington 2, Kalamaioo 8 -Goals: Sanchez 2. Shutout: Gessendort 6 saves. Arden 6 saves. 1 Ohio Weselyn I, Bethany 0 Dull Shutout: Welch 3 saves. Records: OW S-l, Bethany 3-2, w 3-3, K 1-2. Next"' game: Saturday at Walsh at 3 p.m. Ohio rVeselyn ranked 01 In Ofvston won the Oasiic. Co-rU VPs. Andrew Kessin-'r per OW, MtHeh Stldh Bethany. T Hartford 4, New Jersey 2 N.Y. Rangers 5, N.Y. Islanders 4 Boston 4, Philadelphia 3 Washington 5, Buffalo 2 St. Louis 3, Detroit 2 Toronto 6, Calgary 2 Montreal S, Edmonton 3 Minnesota 6, Chicago 3 . San Jose 6, Vancouver 1 w Sunday's Garnet ' Philadelphia 3, Boston 1 Buffalo 3, Washington 1 Toronto 4, Edmonton 4, OT , Detroit at Chicago, night ,, Ouebec vs. Los Angeles at Madison, i Wit., night Ml' Horse Racing Turfway results SUNDAY AFTERNOON Weather cloudy. Track last. 1)1-9,100, cl, mdn 3YO up, 41. Doc's Nurse (Deegon) 29.20 680 5.60 EraLady (Parsley) 2.60 2.40 Essie's Maid I Neagle ) 6.60 Olf 1:31. Time 1:13 1-5. Scratched-Heathers Doll, Her Jet, Kir Top, Wren. 2nd-7,200, Cl, 3YO up, 41. Cogitate (Neagle) 4860 21.60 1580 Miss Ann Elise (Norwood) 44.60 21.80 J A. Princess (Wydick) 5.80 Oft 1:55. Time 1:12 4-5. Scretched-Jo's on The Phone, Lena Lena, Rich Wilch, Test Missile. Daily Double (6-10) paid $568 80. Exacta (10-1) paid $4,17100 3rd-20,400, mdn 3YO up, 1 M6ml. Victory Park (Neagle) 4.00 220 2.20 a-Buck Tide (Bruin) 2 20 2 20 o-Choko(Melancon) 220 2 20 Off 2:22. Time 1:45 2-5. Scratched-Threat Of Romance. a-Coupled. Exacla (3-D paid S7 00 41h-9,l00, Cl, 3YO up, 61. Travel On (McDowell) 4.80 3.40 2.40 RapplnRumor(Nelt) 9.00 4.00 Clear Title (Bruin) 2.60 Oft 2:50. Time 1:11 1-5. Exacta (6-3) paid $38.40. Sth-1,500, cl, 3YO up, 1ml, Jesta Rodney D.(McDwl) 18.40 7.40 4.80 Raggedy Man I Wydick) 8.80 760 Count Naskra (Neagle) 5.80 Oft 3:19. Time 1:39 4-5. Scratched-Darlen Devil, Pike. Exacta (4-9) paid 1351.40. Trllerta (4-9-2) paid $3,803.40. 4111-500,000, 3YO up, l'urnl. The Woodward (Simulcast from Belmont) In Excess (Stevens) 4 20 2 60 2.10 FarmaWay (McCarron) 3.40 2.40 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING Penn St , Gash 10-44, Anderson 7-32, G.Collins 8-30, T.Sacca 7-10, Nardolillo 1-6, Hammonds 3-5. Southern Cal, Slrother 20-67, Perry 14-52, Crayton 5-15, Lockwood 4-12, Spears 2-8, Conway 2-2. PASSING-Penn St., T.Sacca 18-40-2-234, Nardolillo 3-4-1-27., Southern Cal, Perry 10-20-2-123, Conway 0-0-0-0. RECEIVING Penn St., T Smith 10-165, McDuftie 5-58, Anderson 3-13, Brady 1-11, Hammonds 1-10, Drayton 1-6. Southern Cal, Morton 5-67, Jackson 3-42, Conway 1-9, Lockwood 1-5. How Top 25 fared How the top 25 teams in the Associat ed Press' college lootbaH Pol tared Salur day: 1. Florida State 13-0) beat Western Michigan 58-0. Next: at No. 3 Michigan, Sept. 28. 2. Miami (2-0) did not play. Next: at Tuisa, sept 28 3. Michigan (JO) beat No. 7 Notre Dame 24-14. Next: vs. No. 1 Florida State, Sept. 28. 4. Washington ( 1-0) did not play. Next: at No. 13 Nebraska, Saturday. 5 Penn State 12-1) lost to Southern Cal 21-10. Next: vs. Brigham Young, Saturday. 6. Florida 12-0) beat No. 16 Alabama 35-0. Next: at No. 22 Syracuse, Saturday. 7. Notre Dame (l-l) lost to No. 3 Michigan 24-14. Next: vs. No. 18 Michigan Hate, a?uroay. 8 Clemson (1-0) did not play. Next: vs. Temple, Saturday. 9. Oklahoma 1 1-0) beat North Texas 40-2. Next: vs. Utah State, Saturday. 10. Houston (l-l) did not play. Next: at imnois, Saturday, II. Tennessee (2-0) beat No. 21 UCLA 30-16. Next: vs, No. 25 Mississippi State, Saturday. 12. Colorado (l-l) lost to No. 23 Baylor 16-14. Next: vs. Minnesota, Saturday. 13. Nebraska (2-0) beat Colorado Slate 71-14. Next: vs. No. 4 Washington, Saturday. 14. lowa (2-0) beat Iowa state 29-10, Next: vs. Northern Illinois, Sept. 28. 15. Auburn (2-0) beat Mississippi 23-13. Next: at Texas, Saturday. 16. Alabama ( l-l) lost to No 6 Florida 354. Next: vs. Georgia, Saturday. 17. Georgia Tech (l-l) beat Boston College 30-14 Next: vs. Virginia, Saturday. 18 Michigan Slate (0-1) lost to Central Michigan 203. Next: at No. 7 Notre Dame, Saturday. 19. Ohio State (2-0) beat Louisville 2315. Next: vt. Washington State, Saturday. 20. Texas A&M (14) beat LSU 45-7. Next: at Tulsa, Saturday. 21. UCLA (l-l) lost to No. II Tennessee 30-16 Next: at Sen Diego State, Sept 26. 22. Syracuse (20) beat Maryland 31-17 Next: vs. No 6 Florida, Saturday. 23 Baylor (2-01 beat No. 12 Colorado 16-14. Next: vs. Missouri, Saturday. 24. Pittsburgh 13-0) beat Temple 26-7. Next: at Minnesota, Sept. 28 25. Mississippi State (2-0) beat Tulane 48-0 Next at No. II Tennessee, Saturday. Today's question: What player set a record for the highest slugging average ever in a World Series, hitting 1.727? Sunday's question: Who was the only player to lead the National Football League In rushing for live consecutive seasons? Sunday's answer: Jim Brown with the Cleveland Browns Irom 1957-61, Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handicapper at Turfway Park, will pick lour horses daily on the Turfway Park card. At the end of the meet, Turfway will donate $50 for each winner plus a bonus of $50 for each of his Enquirer picks of the day. All money will go to the American Heart Association. SUNDAY'S BETS: Won $100. TOTAL POT: $650. V

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