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D-2Scoreboard, golf Tl IF. CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Saturday. September 14, 1991 What's on 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 to return to the main menu. Then press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you the call. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Houston at Cincinnati Reds, WLW-AM (700), 7:05 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Louisville at Ohio State, WMOH-AM, 12:30 p.m. Georgetown at Mount St. Joseph, WCVG-AM (1320), 1:10 p.m. Cincinnati at North Carolina, WCKY-AM (1530), 7 p.m. (Air-time 6:25 p.m.). Thomas More at Kentucky Wesleyan, WCVG-AM (1320), 7:30 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Ansonia at Fenwick, WPFB-AM (910), 7:30 p.m. (Air-time 7:10 p.m.). TALK SHOWS Bill Meridith and Ron Simpkins: Open Line, WCIN-AM (1480), 8 a.m. Pat Summerall: WMOH-AM (1450), 11 a.m. John Perin: Jim Foels, Athletic Director, at Oberlin College, guests, WOBO-FM (88.7), 7:30 p.m. Baseball Today's question: What pitcher holds the career record for hurling the most World Series shutouts? Friday's question: Who are the NFL's top five winning-est coaches? Friday's answer: George Halas, 325; Don Shulas 299; Tom Landry, 270; Curley Lambeau, 229; Chuck Noll, 203. rw 8:35 pm. Thursday, Oct. 10 NL West at NL East, 8:35 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 NL East at NL West, 3 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 NL East at NL West, 8:40 p.m. Monday, Oct. M NL East at NL West, 3:M pm, it necessary Wednesday, Oct. M NL West at NL East, 3:06 p.m, if necessary Thursday, Oct. 17 NL West at NL East, 8:35 pm, if necessary American League Tuesday, Oct. 8 AL East winner at AL West winner, 8:35 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. AL East at AL West, 3:06 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11 AL West at AL East, 8:35 pm Saturday, Oct. 12 AL West at AL East, 8:25 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 AL West at AL East, 4:10 p.m., It necessary Tuesday, Oct. IS AL East at AL West, 8:35 p.m., if necessary Wednesday, Oct. 14 AL East at AL West, 8:35 p.m., If necessary Minor League TRIPLE A ALLIANCE CHAMPIONSHIP (Best-of-7) Wednesday, Sept. 11 Denver 5, Columbus 2 Thursday, Sept. 12 Denver 13, Columbus 1 Friday, Sept. 13 Denver 3, Columbus 2, Denver leads series 3-0 Saturday, Sept. M Denver at Columbus Sunday, Sept. IS Denver at Columbus, if necessary Monday, Sept. 16 Denver at Columbus, it necessary Tuesday, Sept. 17 Denver at Columbus, if necessary AUTO RACING NHRA U.S. Nationals, Channels 5. 22, 2 p.m. Spitfire Spark Plugs 200, NASH-Cable, 2 p.m. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL L.A. Dodgers at Atlanta Braves, Channels 9, 7, 3 p.m. Montreal Expos at Chicago Cubs, WGN-Cable, 8 p.m. BOXING Julio Cesar Chavez vs. Lonnie Smith. Scheduled 12 round WBC super lightweight title bout. Also on the card: Julian Jackson vs. Dennis Milton in a scheduled 12 round WBC middleweight title bout. From the Mirage In Las Vegas. (Live), SHO-Cable, 10 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL UCLA at Tennessee, WTBS-Cable, 12:30 p.m. Louisville at Ohio State, ESPN, 12:30 p.m. Notre Dame at Michigan, Channels 12, 2, 3:30 p.m. Alabama at Florida, ESPN. 7:30 p.m, S.-Baton Rouge at Alabama St., BET-Cable, 8 p.m. Penn State at Southern Cal Channels 12, 2, 9 p.m. E. Michigan at Miami-Ohio (delay), Channel 16, 10 p.m. GOLF Hardee's Classic, ESPN, 4:30 p.m. GYMNASTICS World Championships, Channels 12, 2, 8 p.m. HOCKEY Canada Cup Final, SportsChannel, 8 p.m. HORSE RACING Turfway Report: Warner-Cable (Channel 27), Storer-Ca-ble (Channel A36), 7:30 p.m. OLYMPIC SHOWCASE World Cycling Championships, Channels 5, 22, 3 p.m. U.S. Olympic Gold: Swimming Pan Pacifies. (Taped), WTBS-Cable, 10:20 p.m. TALK SHOWS Sports 101, SportsChannel, 10 a.m. Sports Follies, Channel 5, 1 p.m. This Week in Baseball, Channel 5, 1:30 p.m., See Channel 7, 2 p.m. Sports Report, BET-Cable, 2 p.m. Sports Profiles, BET-Cable, 3 p.m. Baseball '91, Channels 9, 7, 2:30 p.m. Boxing Illustrated, Channel 5, 5:30 p.m. Football KAM, 1 ; ; E Etc. The Latest Line want. There is no charge (or Clermont NE vs. CCD at Madeira Invitational Seton vs. Reynoktsburg at Newark Catholic, 11:15 a.m. Ursuline at Reading, 1 1 am GIRLS SOCCER Saturday, Sept. M Dayton Alter at Mercy, 1 p.m. Edgewood at Vendalia-Butler, 2:30 p.m. Holy Cross at Ursuline, 5 p.m. Indian HUI at Purcell Marian, 2 p m. Madeira at Taylor, 1 p.m. Madison at Franklin, 7 p.m. Mason at Fenwick, I p.m. Millord at Glen Este, 7 p m. Miamisburg at Valley View, 7:30 p.m. Lemon Monroe at Northwest, 3 p.m. Mt. Healthy at Badin, 3 p.m. Mt. Notre Dame at Mariemont, 1 p.m. New Richmond at Deer Park, 1 p.m. Roger Bacon at Wyoming, 7 p.m. St. Ursula at Anderson, 2 p.m. Sycamore at McAuley, 1 p.m, Turpin at Lakota, 7 p.m. Walnut Hills at Finneytown, 3 p.m, Wilmington at Blanchester, 5 p.m, Winton Woods at Loveland, 7 p.m. BOYS SOCCER Saturday, Sept. 14 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Cincinnati Christian at Cincinnati Country Day, 1 p.m. Chaminade-Julienne at Moeller Elder at Purcell Marian, 7:30 p.m. Fairfield at Lima Glen Este at Indian Hill Hamilton at Middletown Harrison at Loveland, 3 p.m. Lakota at Turpin, 8 p.m. Madeira at Winton Woods Madison at Franklin, 5 p.m. Mason at Fenwick, 3 p.m. McNicholas at Kettering Alter, 3 p.m. Lemon Monroe at Northwest Roger Bacon at Badin Ross at Finneytown St. Xavier at La Sate Walnut Hills at Seven Hills, 3 p.m. Wilmington at Blanchester Vandalia Butler at Springboro Hou Mia First downs 18 22 Rushes-yards 25-71 29-119 Passing 216 385 Return Yards 35 38 Comp-Att-lnl 32-59-0 18-37-0 Punts 8-44 7-37 Fumbles-Lost 3-0 2-0 Penalties-Yards 14-15617-158 Time of Possession 33:48 27:12 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-Houston, Miles 7-52, Guy 9-37, Sanders 1-3, D.KIingler 7-(minus IB), team Wminus 3). Miami, McGuire 19-120, Bennett 2-9, Patton 3-0, L.Jews 2-(minul 3), Torretta 3(minus 7). PASSING-Houston, D.KIingler 32-59-0-216. Miami, Torretta 16-35-0365, Costa 2-2-0-20. RECEIVING-Houston, Gilbert 16-109, Grant 4-43, Guy 4-13, Good 3-33, J.Brown 1-16, Peters 1-11, V Brown 1-5, Sanders 1-lminus 2), S.Smith l-lminus 12). Miami, Thomas 6-138, K.Williams 4-126, Patton 3-36, Copeland 2-61, Clones 2-20, McGuire 1-4. Bryan Shelton (9), Atlanta, def. Sandon Sterile, Australia, 7-5, 6-4. Javier Sanchei (5), Spain, def. Todd Martin (14), Lansing, Mich., 6-2, 6-2. Andres Gomel (11), Ecuador, def. Martin Jaile (4), Argentina, 6-3, 6-3. Danito Marcelino (8), Braill, def. Francisco Montana (16), Miami, 6-2, 6-1. Geneva Open GENEVA - Scores Friday ot the S250.000 Geneva Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Singles Quarterfinals Horst Skoff (4), Austria, def. Horaclo de la Pena, Argentina, 7-6 (7-3), 44, t-l. Thomas Muster, Austria, def. Sergl Brugera (1), Spain, 4-6, 6-4, 6-4. Andrei Medvedev, Soviet Union, def. Christian Miniussi, Argentina, 6-4, 5-7, 7-5. Jordi Arrese, Spain, def. Jaime Oncm, Brazil, 4-6, 6-4, 7-5. Laurie Rinker Cindy Mackey .... Pamela Wright .. Belsy King Brandie Burton .. Rosie Jones Laura Davies ...67-73-140 ...68-72-140 ...7249-141 ...71-71-142 ....71-71-142 ...71-71-142 ...71-71-142 Donna Andrews 71-72-143 Cindy Figg-Currier 70-73-143 KristiAlbers 69-74-143 Caroline Pierce 70-73-143 Deb Richard 72-71-143 MegMalkxi 71-73-144 Lauri Merten Lisetotte Neumann .. Vickl Fergon Karen Davies .. ...70-74-144 .,.72-72-144 ...72-72-144 ...74-70-144 ...73-71-144 Nancy While .. Missie McGeoroe 71-73-144 DeedeeLosker 74-70-144 Digital Classic CONCORD, Mass. - Scores Friday after the first round of the 1400,000 Digital Seniors Classic on the 6441-yard, par-72 Nashawtuc Country Club course: LeeTrevino 32-33-65 Jim Colbert 32-33-65 Rocky Thompson .34-32-64 AIGelberger 34-33-67 Bruce Crampton ....34-3367 Simon Hobday 34-33-67 JohnBrodie 34-34-68 Mike Hill 35-33-48 JlmO'Hern ....35-34-69 BobRelth, 38-31-69 BobBetley 35-34- 69 Homero Blancas 35-34 -69 Tom Shaw 35-34 -49 PaulBarkhouse 34-35-69 Bob Charles.... 36-34-70 Ken Stl 35-35-70 Frank Beard 36-35-71 37-34-71 38-33-71 36-35-71 35-36-71 Doug Dalziel John Paul Cain Walter Zembriskl Charlie Slflord Jim Ferree Bob Erickson 34-37 -71 34-37 -71 Paul Moran .. ...34-37-71 Robert Gaona 36-35 - 71 RaleBotts 39-33-72 Ben Smith 37-35- 72 Gary Cowan. 40-32- 72 AlKetey 36-36 - 72 Miler Barber 37-35-72 Jimmy Powell 36-36-72 Dick Hendrickson 36-36- 72 JC.Goosie 35-37 -72 Ted Hayes 36-36-72 JoeCarr 37-35-72 Deals BASEBALL National League Philadelphia Phillies-Signed John Kruk, first baseman-outfielder, to a three-year contract extension through 1994. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Portland Trail Blaiers-Signed Le mon! Strothers, guard, to a two-year conditional contract. Continental Basketball Association Albany Patroons-Acquired Kevin Williams, guard, from the Tulsa Zone for Jeff Fryer, guard, and a first-round 1992 draft pick. FOOTBALL National Football League Cleveland Browns-Placed Randy Kirk, linebacker, on injured reserve. Signed Brian Klnchen, light end. Canadian Football League British Columbia Lions-Activated Darren Flutie, wide receiver, from the practice squad. Released Deatrich Wise, defensive end. Placed Mike Trevathan, wide receiver, on the reserve list. Edmonton Eskimos-Placed Mike DuMarsq, defensive tackle, on the practice roster. Released Jim Rockford, defensive back, from the practice roster. Hamilton Tiger-Cats-Activated Bri an Hilk, linebacker; Mark Mraz, defensive lineman; and Francois Belanger, offensive tackle, trom the practice roster. Activated Gary Wilkerson, defensive back, from the 4O Horse Racing Turfway entries SATURDAY AFTERNOON First post time 1:30 pm lst-S9,9O0, 1YO mdn, cl, t'jf 1 Bedford Forrest (121 Woods) 9-2 2 Fifty Five Degrees (121 Bass) 5-2 3Peytontown (ll7Parsley) 4-1 4Falrdelaire (121Cooksey) 5-1 5 Chief One Feather ( 1 2 1 Bruin ) 7-2 6 Iron Ruckus (U9LopeiR.) 8-1 7 Mary Ellen's Lad (121 Madrid) 6-1 2nd-sl2,S0O, 3YO up, f4m, cl, tl 1 Plaeteres Star (119 Grace) 20-1 2ThelmaMay (lit McDowell) 8-1 3VissReioice (U3Meiancon) z-l 4 Blushing Punch (113 Horton) 5-1 SForeclosing (119LopeiR.) 8-1 t Sunday Racing (lltCooksey) 30-1 7 Beat The Blues 1 1 1 3 ueeuan) y-z t Arm The Natives (lit Bruin) 15-1 Bssie The Orphn (lltArgllo) 5-1 10 Nice Kehemo's (113 Griffin) 20-1 HQuavina (119D'AmicoT.) 12-1 3rd-S20,20O, 3YO up, mdn, spw, t'jl 1 Royal Canadian (114 Arguello) 15-1 2Mr.Goldbar (119Miller) 8-1 3 Go Cup (122 0uzts) 15-1 4 Mr. Hanrysee (119 Norwood) 10 1 SJabbv (122LopeiR.) 15-1 tZaringMill (119Deegan) 20-1 7 Poppy B. (114 Parsley) 8-5 8Bozak (119FoxW.) 12-1 9 Blarney Castle (119 Woods) 8-1 10 Old Oangerfield ( 122 Bass) 9-1 llStoneKey (119Bruin) 15-1 4th-S13400, 3YO up, f&m, Ci, 6Vif 1 Moody Patoody (115Parsley) t-l 2 Bold Nanny (117 Arguello) 8-5 3 Chay's Cupcake (lltBruIn) 7-2 4 Miss Encounter (lit Phelps) 5-1 5 Mighty Oops (UtKutz) t-l t Scenic Bidder (119 Madrid) 3-1 5th-S8400, 3YO up, cl, t'if. IColdBeer (H3FoxW.) 10-1 2 Sea Island (119Sunseri) 20-1 3 Challenging Time (113 Lopez R.) 30-1 4 Grand Cabrinl (114 Arguello) 2-1 5 Sweet Talkin Guy (1 13 Bruin) 10-1 6 Charm N Looks (114 Parsley) t-l 7 Frostee (113 Johnson P.) 9-2 8 Me Joke's Brother (116 Grace) 15-1 9 Sterling Patriot (113 McDowell) 101 10 Here comes iheiunl iiukuizj t-i 11 Trace Branch (lit Moss) 15-1 12 Threshold Traffic (113Neff) 20-1 Scratched: Greaser, Travel On, An other Flow, Baba Baba Baba. tth-S20,2O0, 2YO, fillies, mdn. spw, t'if. 1 Weresolucky (121 Johnson p. i -1 2BionicSout (121 Bruin) 4-1 3KOneFrnce ( 121 Tsuchiya) 15-1 4 Fabuleux Jean (121 Bass) 10-1 5 Inn Bi A Nose (121D'AmicoT.) 15-1 t Shades To Match (121 Cooksey) 3-1 7 Sandy's Storm (121Bowlds) 12-1 8 Donna Says So (121Kutz) 9-2 9 Dancing Deen (121 Woods) 12-1 lOSchlhseRd (lltArgllo) 10-1 1 1 Tndr Lvng Cre (121 Lopez R.) 12-1 12 Ma Jackie (121Sunseri) 20-1 Scratched: Touchofexcellance, Dunes Club, Bella Dean, tm A G090. 7th-l23,100, 3YO up, alw, 1-l16ml. IRingfort (112 Johnson P.) 4-1 2 Captive Tune (109 McDowell) 5-1 3Mangayte (112 Moss) 15-1 4 Noble Connection (118 Bruin) 3-1 5 Old Coins (108 Parsley) 20-1 t Deputy Fife (109 Bass) 8-1 7 Tower Report (109Kutz) 15-1 Dallas Might (109 Tsuchiya) 50-1 9 Lead Hill (1 12 Cooksey) 8-1 lOValereux (108 Arguello) 7-2 11 Fraternity Boy (109 Garcia J.) 15-1 lth-S30,500, 3YO up, f&m, alw, 1ml. 1 Poisonous (113Bruin) 9-5 2FortyWelght (H7Parlsey) t-l 3 Fashion Setter (lit Woods) 2-1 4 State N Ale (108 Arguello) 4-1 5 Fit And Ready (113Deegan) 8-1 tOneMmntlnTme(!19Cooksey) 8-1 9th-S60,0OO, 3YO up, Th Turf-way Championship Handicap', l'femi lGreydar (118 Woods) 3-1 2 DC. Tenacious (113Foster) 15-1 3 Discover (116 Lopez R.) 5-2 4 Tricky Creek (H7Melancon) 8-1 SAIIIjeba (I It Bruin) t-l t Western Playboy ( 1 13 Arguello) t-l 7 Rampart Road (111 Bass) 15-1 8 Cantrell Road (UlKutz) 15-1 Cincinnati 3Vi CLEVELAND WASHINGTON 9 Phoenix Miami 3 DETROIT San Francisco 3 MINNESOTA DALLAS 3'fi Philadelphia N.Y. Giants l'l CHICAGO PITTSBURGH 13'i New England GREEN BAY 3"! Tampa Bay SAN DIEGO 2 Atlanta L.A. RAIDERS 7i Indianapolis DENVER t Seattle Buffalo 9 N.Y. JETS NEW ORLEANS 3 L.A. Rams Monday's game Favorite Lint Underdog HOUSTON 4 Kansas City Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. Mured list. Raced Romel Andrews and Michael Jones, defensive lineman; Ricky Royal, defensive back; and Dave Richardson, offensive tackle, on the practice roster. Released Branko Vincic, defensive lineman, from the practice roster. Ottawa Rough Riders-Activated Rob Gordon, wide receiver, and Dan Johnston, slotback, from the practice roster. Placed Jeff Jackson, linebacker, on the practice roster. Activated Charles Wright, defensive back, from the reserve list. Activated John Congemi, quarterback, from the injured list. Placed Brock Smith, slotback, and Jock Cllmle, wide receiver, on the reserve list. Released Terry Andryslak, quarterback. Placed Tracy Gravely, defensive back, on the practice roster. Toronto Argonauts-Activated Floyd Salatar, defensive back, from the practice roster. Activated Ed Berry, defensive back, from the reserve list. Released James Parker, defensive end, trom the practice rosier. Winnipeg Blue Bombers-Activated Less Browne, cornerback, from the reserve list. Transtered Elfrid Payton, linebacker, to the reserve list. Transtered Perry Tuttle, slotback, and Trevor Kennerd, kicker, to the injured list. HOCKEY National Hockey League Philadelphia Flyers-Released John Spoltore and Bruce McDonald, centers; Glen Wisser and Bin Gall, right wings; and Jamie Baker, detenseman. 9 Bite The Bullet (lUNeagle) 12-1 lOSIalwars (114Guidry M.) 8-1 10th-S250,000, 3YO up, 'The Washington Park Handicap' (Simul cast live from Arlington International), !' iml. 1 Summer Squall (119 Day P.) 8-5 2 Secret Hello (114 Velasquez J.) 15-1 3 Unbridled ( 120 Perret C. ) 5-2 4 Black Tie Affair (120 Sellers S.) 2-1 5Stalwars (HlGuidryM.) 30-1 t Go And Go ( 1 It Desormeaux K.) 5-1 11th 17,300, 3YO up, Cl, I'smi, 1 Still On Top (112 Arguello) 2-1 2 Silver And Iron (1)4 Moss) 30-1 3LeBody (1 14 Bruin) 12-1 4LayltOn (120Neff) 15-1 5 Be Scenic (117 Lopez R.) 10-1 6 Caviar Caveat ( 109 Parsley ) 9-5 7Getreadyfortrouble (lUMella) 10-1 8 Evaluates (114 Costa) 20-1 9 Single Account (120Kutz) 50-1 lOWhangee (114 Tsuchiya) 15-1 11 ClarionsKey (109 Boss) 30-1 12 Saved By Zero ( 120 Wy dick) 8-1 Scratched: Sllvadora, Warren County, Northern Hero, Runaway Casting. Turfway results FRIDAY NIGHT Weather cloudy. Track fast. lst-9,200, cl, mdn 2YO, 1ml. Too Cold To Touch (Lopez) 20.00 8.40 4.00 NorlhernHalf (Johnson) 660 5.20 Never Can Say ( McDowell ) 3.00 Off 7:00. Time 1:40 3-5. Scratched-ln- temperate Swill, Just Bailey. 2nd-7,200, Cl, 3YO up, 6f. Speedy Zee (Calo) 32.40 13.60 4.40 Lounge Shoes (McDowell) 7.20 5.20 Ben The Bold (Marie) 3.00 Off 7:26. Time 1:12 1-5. Scratched-Grand Cabrinl, Tempestuous Texan, Threshold Traffic, Whangee. Daily Double (5-10) paid S253.20 Exacts 1 10-41 paid 12J9.4U. 3rd-20,4O0, mdn 2YO, 1ml. Senor Thomas (Johnson) 4.60 3.00 2 40 Apart (D'Amico) 4.20 2.80 Wave Sailor (Neagle) 3.60 Oft 7:54. Time 1:38 1-5. Scratched-Leg Runner. Execta 13-8) paid 119 40. 4th-7 J00, cl, 3YO up, 1 V16ml. Jim's Charger (Bowlds) 8 80 5 60 3.60 Nodo Lady I Marie) 14.80 7.20 Enter Please (Madrid) 1 20 Off 8:24. Time 1:48 3-5. Scratched-Bil-ly's Slate Lady, Fabulous Obsession, Princess Lee, Rescue Me. txacta 13-2) paid sv.w, 5th-6,0O0, cl, 3YO up, 1 VMmi. Talking Point (Deegan) 16.20 8 80 4.80 Northern Geology (Marte) 6 60 4.00 Galley Ace (Lopet) 380 Off 8:55. Time 1:45 1-5. Scratched-Dis-tinctlve Win, Good Fright, Moomoobuckaroo, Silver And Iron. Exacta 14-1) paid $79.20. Trifecta (4-1-7) paid $581 B0. tth-11,900, cl, 3YO up, knl. Proud Little Lady (Sexton) 12.40 6 40 4.00 Wilder And Wilder (Johnson) 4.60 3 20 Shodish (Bruin) 3.80 Off 9:24. Time 1:39 2-5. Scratched-Fernie Mae. Exacta (34) paid 148 80. Pick Three (3-4-3) paid S514 80. 7th 1300, cl, 3YO up, 1ml. Stripped Coupon I Cooksey) 5.40 3 80 3 00 Senor Limey (Moss) 13.60 8.00 Bottomofthenlnth (Johnson) 4.20 Oft 9:52. Time 1:38. Scratched-Marv'i Alibi. Exacta 16-81 paid SI II 60. Ottl-22,900. ale 2YO, 6f. Pet Aly (Cooksey) 14.00 5 80 3 20 Snowie North (Arguello) 5.80 3.40 One For Smoke (AHen) 2.60 Off 10:19. Time 1:12 4-5. Exacta (1-5) paid S58.40. Pick Six (3-3-4-34-1 ) No Winners 5 Wins paid 1352.40 ( 4 tickets). Carryover S6,883 00. 9th-30,500, ale, 3YO up, 1 Vltmi. OnTheEdge(Melancon) 4.20 2.60 2.20 Big Courage (Fox) 3.60 2.60 Rip Dabbs (Bass) 2.40 Off 10:46. Time 1:43 2-5. Exacta (1-4; paid S18 60. Pick Three 16-1-1) paid SI 18.20. Wth-9,200, cl, mdn 3YO up, 1ml. Long Engagement (Parsley) 5.60 3.20 2.20 Bluegrass Belle (Madrid) 4.60 2.60 Turkotlcoturko (Bass) 2.20 Off 11:15. Time 1:39 4-5. Scratched Contrelr, Musi Do, Sweet Ora Bim, Wild Bear. Daily Double (1-7) paid 116.40. Exacta 17-12) paid 132 00. Trifecta (7-12-9) paid S89.00. Attendance 5,021. ITW Attendance 6,163. Total Attendance 111,184. Handle $674,728 00. ITW 1680474.00. Total Handle tU55404.00. High School Boys golf Fairfield 152, Hamilton 158 Medalist: Androne (F) shot l-under 35 on the front nine at Twin Run. Records: Fairfield 8-2, Hamilton 5-4. Girls tennis McNicholas 3, Harrison 2 Ham (H) d. Stephens 6-4, 7-6, Derrin ger d. Brush 6-1, 6-1, Buschar IH) d. Taylor 6-4, 6-1; Hurtubise-Shannon def. Evans-Tracy 6-2, 6-2, Pral-Sawyer d. Stubenreucn- Johnson 6-1, 6-4. Records: M 4-j. Seton 4, Taylor 1 YungbMh (S) d. Thieman, 6-2, 6-3; Desmond (SI d. Moeler, 6-2, 6-0, Neimeier T) d. Sheppard, 0-6, 6-2, 6-2; Kaine-Ficker ISI d. Shinn-Kimbellon, 4-3, 6-0; Patf-Stras- set (S) d. Shinn-Wocher, 6-2, 6-0. Records: S t-l 14-0 GCL). Girls soccer Seven Hills 3, Fayetteville 1 Goals: F Lingrosso, SH Barker 3. Re cords: SH 2-2, F 5-1. Cincinnati Country Day 3, McNicholas 1 Goals: CCD-Heinichen 2, LaMacchia. McN-Mallock. Records: CCD 6-0, McN l-5-l. Volleyball Calvary Christian 15-2) d. Seven Hills (4-41, 18-16, 14-16, 15-8. Hamilton Badin (6-2) d. Purcell Marian (2-5) 15-9, 15-11. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Saturday, Sept. 14 Centennial at Batavia, 2 p.m. Ansonia at Bishop Fenwick, 7:30 p.m. Chillicothe at Colerain, 8 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Saturday, Sept. 14 St. Ursula vs. Oak Hills at Centerville Invitational Finneytown at Lakewood Invitational Lakota at Lima, noon NCAA summary THURSDAY'S GAME Miami 40 Houston 10 Houston. 0 3 0 7-10 14 14 7 3-40 Miami . Mia Patton 2 run (Huerta kick) Mie-Thomes 2 pass from Torretta (Huerta kick) Mia-K.Williams 33 pass trom Torret ta (Huerta kick) Hou-FG Anderson 25 Mia-Thomas 71 pass from Torretta (Huerta kick) Mia-Safety, punt snapped out of end tone Mia-K.Williams 51 pass from Torret ta (Huerta kick) Mia-FG Huerta 29 Hou Grant 7 pass from D.KIingler (Anderson kick) A-71,842. Bordeaux Open BORDEAUX, France - Results Friday from the S300.000 Bordeaux Open (seedings in parentheses): Men Singles Quarterfinals Thierry Champion (4) France, def. Ar- naud Boetsch, France, 6-2, 7-6 (7-4). Olivier Delaitre, France, del. Alexan der Mront 18), Germany, 4-6, 6-3, 6-0. Guy Forget (I), France, def. Lars Jonsson, Sweden, 6-3, 6-3. Cedric Pioline, France, def. Fabrlce Santoro (3), France, 6-3, 3-6, 6-4. Philips Cup BRASILIA, Br sill - Results Friday from the $250,000 Philips Cup Aberto da Repubiica tennis tournament: Men Singles Quarterfinals Golf Hardee's Classic COAL VALLEY, t - Scores Friday after the second round of the $1 million Hardee's Golf Classic, played on the 6,796-yard, par-70 Oak wood Country Club: Leonard Thompson 67-62-129 PaulAiinger 6545-130 Greg Norman 64-67-131 Peier Jacobsen 6546-131 SleveLowery 65-66-131 Blaine McCallisler 6646-132 Curt Byrum 66-67-133 Lennie Clements 65-68-133 Michael Allen ...6548-133 Larry Silveira 6548-133 Perry Arthur 6548-133 Ray Stewart..... 65-69-134 Scott Hoch 69 65-134 Robert Garnet 70-64-134 Jay Haas 66-68-134 Phil Blackmar 65-69-134 Jim Thorpe 6747-134 BilyMayfair 68 66-134 Fulton Allem J.67 47-134 Carl Cooper 68 66-134 Bart Bryant 68 67-135 DaveBarr 7144-135 David Edwards 66-69-135 Andrew Magee 69 66-135 BIHBrltton 71-64-135 LonHlnkle 70-65-135 Wayne Grady 7243-135 John Wilson 67-68-135 EdFlori 66 69-135 JeflMaggert 69 66-135 D A. Weibring 6847-135 Roger Mallbie 6748-135 Bruce Fleisher 69-66-135 Mark Brooks 67 68-135 Loren Roberts . 6947-136 Mark Hayes 67 69-136 Ted Schult 7145-13t Kenny Knox 4947134 Gil Morgan . 67 69-136 JimMcGovern . 7145-136 TrayTyner 66-70-136 Dan HaHdorson 6947-136 Mike Donald ..66-70-136 RussCochran 67 69-136 Bob Lonr 6849-137 du Maurier Classic COQUITLAM, British Columbia -Scores Friday alter the second round ot the LPGA du Maurier Classic, played on the par 72, 6421-yard Vancouver Golf Club course: Debbie Mnssey 67-70-137 Trish Johnson 67-71-138 DottieMochrie 6949-138 ll College HZSi Tennis : Late box score THURSDAY'S GAME Angels 7 White Sox 4 CHICAGO CALIFORNIA abrhbi abrhbi Rainestf 5 0 0 0 Pokmialf 5 0 0 1 VnturaJb 4 111 SchfektSS 4 111 Thmas lb 3 12 0 Joyner lb 4 13 1 Fiskc 3 0 0 0 Wnlielddh 4 0 2 0 McCrypr 0 10 0 Abnerrt 0 100 Krkvcec 0 0 0 0 Geettijb 4 111 BJcksndh 2 0 0 0 DHill 2t 3 110 Pasquadh 1112 Vnablerf 2 0 0 0 Grbeck 2b 2 0 0 0 Parrishph 10 0 0 Newson ph 1 0 0 0 Harvey p 0 0 0 0 Fltcher2b OOOOGHgrwcf 4 133 LJhnsncf 4 0 2 1 Of tone 2 110 Sosa rf 4 0 0 0 Guillen si 4 0 10 Totals 33 4 7 4 Totals 33 7 11 7 Chicago 001 000 030-4 California 003 000 Mx-7 E-DHi (7). DP-Chicago 1, California 1. LOB-Chicago 7, California 6, 2B-Pasqua (19), Winfield (241, Gallagher (12), Orion (4). HR-Ventur (22). SB-LJohnson (22), S-'Venable, Orion. IP H RER Bft SO Chicago RHernandei 2 Vi 5 3 3 0 0 Hihbard 4 4 110 4 MPerezL.7-5 0 2 2 2 0 0 Radinsky 0 0 1110 Drahman Vi I 0 0 1 0 Patterson Vi 0 0 0 0 0 California Finley 7VS 5 2 2 4 6 Eiahhorn W.3-J fi 2 2 2 I 0 Harvey S.39 I 0 0 0 0 0 t Hibbard pitched to I batter in the 6th, MPerez pitched to 2 batters in the 8th, Radinsky pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. WP-RHernandei. Umpires-Home, Cousins; First, Roe; Second, Meriwether; Third, Brlnkman. T-2:58. A-26,447. Postseason ! PLAYOFFS National League Wtdntsday, Oct. ' ML West winner at NL East winner, NFL standings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE All Times EDT . AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 2 0 0 1 000 87 65 Miami 1 1 0 500 48 41 New England 1 1 0 .500 16 27 N.Y. Jets 1 1 0 . 500 33 Indianapolis 0 2 0 .000 13 33 Central Houston 2 0 0 1.000 77 24 Cleveland 1 1 0 .500 34 26 Pittsburgh 1 1 0 .500 60 72 Cincinnati 0 2 0 .000 21 75 West Denver I I 0 .500 58 30 Kansas City 1 I 0 . 500 24 20 LA Raiders I I 0 .500 33 60 Seattle I 1 0 . 500 44 40 San Diego 0 2 0 .000 34 60 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Phoenix 2 0 0 1.000 50 24 Washington 2 0 0 1.000 78 31 Dallas 1 1 0 . 500 57 47 NY Giants 1 1 0 .500 29 33 Philadelphia 1 1 0 .500 30 29 Central Chicago 2 0 0 1.000 31 26 Detroit I 1 0 .500 23 59 Minnesota 1 1 0 .500 26 29 Green Bay 0 2 0 .000 17 43 Tampa Bay 0 2 0 .000 33 37 i West New Orleans 2 0 0 1.000 44 34 LA Rams 1 I 0 . 500 33 37 San Francisco I 1 0 .500 48 30 Atlanta 0 2 0 .000 22 34 SUNDAY, SEPT. 15 , Cincinnati at Cleveland, 1 p.m. , Miami at Detroit, I p m. i New England at Pittsburgh, I p.m. , New York Giants at Chicago, I p.m. i Philadelphia at Dallas, 1 p.m. i Phoenix at Washington, 1 p m. Tampa Bay at Green Bay, 1 p m. ' San Francisco at Minnesota, I p.m. Seattle at Denver, 4 p.m. 1 Atlanta at San Diego, 4 p.m. ' Buffalo at New York Jets, 4 p..n. ' Indianapolis at L.A. Raiders. 4 pm. ' LA Rams at New Orleans, 8 p.m. ! MONDAY, SEPT. M i Kansas City at Houston, 9 p.m. ! NFL injury report 1 NEW YORK - The National Football League iniury report tor this weekend's games as provided by the league: BUFFALO AT NEW YORK JETS -BiHs DE Bruce Smith (knee ) is doubttul, LB Cornelius Bennett (back), G John Davis (fwid), QB Gale Gilbert (ankle), TE Keith rVtcKeller (knee),'RB Trior man Thomas (WD, are probable. Jets: RB Btair Thomas 1 back ), TE Mark Boyer ( shoulder ), LB oe Katty (knee) are questionable, G Dave Cadi-gen (hamstring), QB Kenny O'Brien (shout dtr) are probable. ' CINCINNATI AT CLEVELAND - Bengals: WR Eddie Brown (shoulder) is tfoubtful; C Bruce Koierski (calf is ques-Irbnable, LB Alex Gordon (hamstring), WR ym McGee (knee), G Bruce Reimers "(ftamstring), DE Lamar Rogers (ankle) are tiVoboble. Browns: TE Bruce McGonnigal tyack) is out; RB Kevin Mack (ankle) is 'questionable. ' t INDIANAPOLIS AT L.A. RAIDERS - Cjplts: G BID Schulti is out; LB Chip Banks (knee) is doubtful, OL Randy Dixon (calf) is questionable; NT Tony Siragusa (knee), T Pet Beach (neck), NT Travis Davis (foot), UB Matt Jaworski (ankle), RB Anthony Jthnson (ankle) are probable. R Aider s: S Btidle Anderson (groin), G Max Montoya Pgroin), DE Anthony Smith (knee) are jJrobabie, NEW ENGLAND AT PITTSBURGH - Gymnastics ; World Gymnastics INDIANAPOLIS - The scores Friday i the women's aH-around competition in the Work) Gymnastics Championships at the Hoosier Dome: 1, Kim ZmeskaJ, Houston, 39 848 points. 2? Svetlana Boguinskaia, Soviet Union, ' 39 734. 3, Cristlna Bonus, Romania, 39711. ' Betty Okmo, Elmhurst, ., 39 441. S, Ta-' nana Gutsu, Soviet Union, 39 634 4, Shannon filler, Edmond, Ola, 39 586. 7, Lavlnia Mitosovtcl, Romania, 39 474. 8, Mirela Pas c Romania, 39 336. 9, LI Li, China, 39 236. ' , 10, Shi Llying, China, 39 187 II, Maia ' Hristova. Bulgaria, 39 186 12, Marl Kosuge, Japan, 39 .174. 13, Tatiana Lisenko, Soviet Union, 39.161 14, LI Yllang. China, 39 149 IS, Silvia Martinet, Spain, 39. 1 1 1. It, Silvia Mito- II ? I Pro Football E (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Favorite Lint Underdog San Diego 5"i4'! SAN FRANCISCO CINCINNATI tvi-7'j Houston Pittsburgh 6-7 PHILADELPHIA ATLANTA 6-7 Los Angeles CHICAGO even4 Montreal ST, LOUIS even4 New York American League Favorite Line Underdog Boston 5V44W NEW YORK TORONTO 6-7 Oakland CALIFORNIA S'M'h Chicago BALTIMORE t-7 Cleveland KANSAS CITY t'j-7W Seattle MILWAUKEE 6-7 Detroit TEXAS 5M4'A Minnesota COLLEGE FOOTBALL Favorite Lint Underdog Georgia Tech Wi BOSTON COLL. DUKE 6 Rutgers OHIO STATE 17 Louisville S. Carolina 4tt W. VIRGINIA Iowa 14 IOWA STATE Illinois 7 MISSOURI KANSAS 5'! Tulsa NEBRASKA 23M Colorado St. WYOMING 8 S.W. Louisiana Rice Vi NORTHWESTERN COLORADO 8 Baylor MICHIGAN 3"i Notre Dame CALIFORNIA 15 Purdue ARIZONA even Stanford TEXAS A&M 12Vi LSU E. CAROLINA 3 Memphis St. TENNESSEE 8 Ucla PITTSBURGH Wfl Temple AUBURN 12 Mississippi MISS. ST. 13 Tulane N. CAROLINA 31V Cincinnati Syracuse Vi MARYLAND VIRGINIA 30"! Navy FLORIDA 7 Alabama Arizona St. Vi OKLAHOMA ST. VANDERBILT Vlt Smu Oregon 3 TEXAS TECH Perm State 7 SOUTHERN CAL Air Force M UTAH HAWAII 28 New Mexico Patriots: DE Ray Agnew (hip) is questionable; CB Maurice Hurst (hamstring), RB John Stephens (hamstring), T Pat Harlow (knee-ankle), LB David Howard (ankle), RB Jon Vaughn (neck) are probable. Stee- lers: LB Leroy Thompson (hamstring) is doubttul; T lunch Hkin (back), LB Huey Richardson (knee) are probable. SEATTLE AT DENVER - Seahawks: DT Eric Hayes (knee), T Ronnie Lee (thigh) are questionable; DE Tony Woods (knee) is probable. Broncos: LB Michael Brooks (foot) is doubttul; CB Kevin Clark (knee) is questionable; C Keith Kartz (an kle), TE Clarence Kay (knee) are probable. N.Y. GIANTS AT CHICAGO - Giants: LB Carl Banks (groin), RB Rodney Hamp ton (shoulder), NT Erik Howard (back) are probable. Bears: CB Donnell Woolford (hamstring) is doubtful; WR Anthony Morgan (knee) is questionable; G Mark Bortz (back), RB Brad Muster (hamstring), T Keith Van Horne (knee), RB Darren Lewis (thumb), WR Dennis Gentry (knee) are probable. PHILADELPHIA AT DALLAS - Eagles: TE Mickey Shuler (back), CB John Booty (ankle) DT Jerome Brown (elbow), LB Jessie Small (hip) are questionable; T Antone Davis (shoulder), DE Clyde Simmons (knee) are probable. Cowboys: RB Curvin Richards (shoulder) is doubtful; S Ray Horton (thigh) is probable. PHOENIX AT WASHINGTON - Car dinals: RB Larry Centers (foot) is out; TE Walter Reeves (knee), CB Aeneas Williams (knee) are questionable. Redskins: S Terry Hoage (back), Ricky Ervins (back), Joe Jacoby (back) are probable. SAN FRANCISCO AT MINNESOTA - 49ers: CB Eric Davis (shoulder), TE Brent Jones (knee) are out; LB Mitch Donahue (hamstring) is questionable; DE Larry Rob erts (knee), CB Merton Hanks (ankle), S Dave Waymer (ankle), NT Michael Carter (knee) are probable. Vikings: S Joey browner (shoulder) is probable. TAMPA BAY AT GREEN BAY Buccaneers: LB Kevin Murphy (quad), DE Keith McCants (ankle) are probable. Pack ers: LB Brian Noble (knee), RB-KR Vai Sikahema (groin) are questionable; WR Charles Wilson (shoulder) is probable. L A. RAMS AT NEW ORLEANS Rams: LB Frank Stams (thigh) is out; LB Fred Strickland (knee), DT Alvm Wright (shoulder), T Jackie Slater (shoulder) are doubttul. Saints: TE Greg Scales (knee) is out; TE Hoby Brenner (abdomen), T Kevin Haverdtnk (back), C Joel Hilgenberg (an kle) are questionable; QB Bobby Hebert (shoulder), RB Bobby Morse (knee), S Venae Glenn (knee), TE John Tice (back ankle) are probable. ATLANTA AT SAN DIEGO - Falcons: G Bill Frolic (elbow), TE Gary Wilkins (knee) are probable. Chargers: T Brodertck Thompson (thigh) is questionable; RB Steve Hendrickson (knee), WR Anthony Miller (thigh), LB Gary Plummer ( shoulder), LB Billy Ray Smith (knee), LB Galand Thaxton (knee) are probable. MIAMI AT DETROIT - Dolphins: NT T.J. Turner (knee) is out; WR Mark Clay ton (calf) is questionable; DE Jefl Cross (ankle), LB David Griggs (neck), RB Mark Higgs (ankle) are probable. Lions: NT Jerry Ban (hamstring), LB Michael Cofer (ribs) are doubttul; LB Tracy Hay worth (ankle), WR Jeff Campbell (back), LB Dennis Gibson (quad) are questionable; QB Rodney peete iknee) is probable. Monday Night KANSAS CITY AT HOUSTON - Chiefs: RB Kimble Anders (hnak), S Deron Cherry (knee , CB Albert Lewis (knee), WR Stephone Page (knee), CB Jay ice Pearson (toe) are questionable; DE Neil Smith (ankle), S Charles Washington (ankle) are probable. Oilers: WR Pat Coleman (hamstring), RB Gary Brown (hamstring) are questionable; T Don Maggs (neck) is prooaoie. va, Bulgaria, 39.111. 17, Stella Umeh, Cana da, 39.011. II, Gwang Suk Kim, North Korea, Mist. 19, Joanna Hughes, Australia, 38923. 20, Karine Boucher, France, 38 874. 21, Mon. Ique Allen, Australia, 3 861. 22, Chun Ml Li, North Korea, 38 836. 23, Gyong Hui Owe, North Korea, 38.761. 24, Jl Sook Park, South Korea, 38 749. 25, Mirian De Tene, Spain, 38 737. 24. Kathleen Stark, Germany, 38 549. 27, Elvira Becks, Holland, 31 311. 28, Svella Ivanova. Bulgaria, 38 274. 29, Kylle Shadbolt, Australia, 38 262. 30, Iveta-Polokova, Czechoslovakia, 38 187. 31, Hen rietta Onodi, Hungary, 38074. 32, Annette Potempa, Germany, 37 962. 33, Dameia Bar' tova, Ciechoslovakia, 37 798 34, Eva Marl Rueda, Spain, 37 486 35. Virgin Mechsdo, France, 37.374. 36, Giuka voioi, Italy, 36.712. College results WOMEN'S TENNIS Xavier 7, Valpariso 1 Ennls det. Davies 74, 6-4; Lopez def. Bos 6-3, 6-4; Fenwick def. Cardos 6-2, 6-3, Duffy def. Szrom 74, 6-2, RoNeder (V) def. Jahnke 6-2, 7-5; Crelghton det. Lutz t-l, 5-7, 64; Ennis-Lopez det. Cardo-Szrom 84, Fenwick-Jahnke det. Bos-Rohleder 8-1, Davis-Lutz (V) def. Dutty-Schwenkmeyer 9-8. Records: X 1-0, V 0-1. Next match: Today at 9 a m., vs. Illinois-Chicago. Georgetown 7, NKU 1 Hall def. Brown 64, 44, 74, Metzel def. Teaney 6-0, 6-0; Dean def. Morris 6-0, 7-5; Christ def. Hundemer 6-4, t-l, Parker def. Steflen 6-4, 64; NKU default, Dean-Dean del. Brown-Morris t-2, t-l; Teaney-Hunde-mer (NKU) def. Parker-Swiger 6-0, 6-2, NKU forfeit, Records: G 4-0, NKU 0-1. Next game: Today at Kentucky State. VOLLEYBALL Kent State def. Cincinnati 8-15, 10-15, 15 9, 16-14, 15-13. Records: C 14, KS 5-4. Next game: Today. Kent plays Xavier at noon, Cincinnati plays Xavier at 7:30 at the Shoe. Purdue Invitational Miami det. Milwaukee-Wisconsin 15-7, 154, 154; Records: M 3-3, W 1-3. Next match: Today vs. Cornell at 11:30 and Purdue at 7:30. FIELD HOCKEY Miami 2, Northern Illinois 1 Goals: M: D'Addark), Gerah. f Som-Ins. Save: Kurxsch (II). Records: M 1-3, Nl 0-3. MU's next game Sept. 14 at Radford. Oklsmobile Cutlass, 5.210, 274.47. 3, Mike Dunn, Mt. Joy, Pa., Dodge Daytona, 5.225, 277.60. 4, Ed McCuloch. Heme), Calif., Oklsmobile Cutlass, 5.237, 275.81. 5, Del Wor-sham, Orange, Calif., Ofdsmobile Cutlass, 5.289, 275.65. 6, Mark Oswald, Cincinnati, Pontlac Trans Am, 5.303, 284.00. Pre Stock 1, Warren Johnson, Duluth, Ga Olds-mobile Cutlass, 7.205 track record, 192.88 track record. 2, Scott Geoftrlon, Huntington Beach., Calif., Ofdsmobile Cutlass, 7.218, 192.47. 3, Darrell Alderman, Lexington, Ky Dodge Daytona, 7.233, 190.35. 4, Frank laconic Flanders, N.J., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.239, 190.47. 5, Bob Glidden, Whiteiand, md Ford Probe, 7.247, 190.51. t, Mark Pawuk, Medina, Ohio, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.250, 189.39. NHL preseason NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Friday's Games Boston 4, New Jersey I Detroit 5, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 2, N.Y. Islanders 1 Quebec 5, Philadelphia 4 Montreal at Calgary, night Edmonton vs. Winnipeg at Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, night San Jose at Vancouver, night NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sunday's games Favorite Lint Underdog Auto Racing Keystone Nationals MOHNTON, Pa. - Qualifying leaders Friday for the S838,950 seventh annual NHRA Sunoco Keystone Nationals at Maple Grove Raceway, with name, hometown, time and speed In mph: op fuel 1, Don Prudhomme, Granada Hills, Callt., 4.910 seconds, 289.85 mph, track record. 2, Eddie Hill, Wichita Falls, Texas, 4.918, 279.58. 3, Joe Amato, ad Forge, Pa., 4.928, 290.60. 4, Frank Hawley, Gainesville, Fla 4.936, 287.72. 5, Gene Snow, Ft. Worth, Texas, 4.944, 288 92. 6, Tom McEwen, Fountain Valley, Calif, 4.991, 280.89. Funny car 1, Jim White, Tulsa, Okie., Dodge Day- tona, 5.153, (rack record, 287.81 track record. 2, John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Hockey Canada Cup Championship (Best-ef-3) Saturday, Sept. 14 United States vs. Canada at Montreal 8 p.m. Monday, Sept. 14 United States vs. Canada at Hamilton, Ontario, 8 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. United States vs. Canada at Hamilton, Ontario, It necessary, 7:30 p.m. Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handicapper at Turfway Park, will pick four horses daily on the Turfway Park card. At the end of the meet, Turfway will donate $50 for each winner. All money will go to the American Heart Association. FRIDAY'S BETS: Won $50. TOTAL POT: $550. TODAY'S PICKS: 3rd: Poppy B. 4th: Moddy Patoody. 9th: Discover. 10th: Summer Squall. Thompson briefly threatens Geiberger mark but settles for 8-under 62 cut with 70139. "It crossed my mind at the turn. I shot 30 on the front nine," said Thompson, who had eight birdies and no bogeys for the day. "Then I parred (holes) 1, 2 and 3, and I blew that away." Colbert, Trcvino tied CONCORD, Mass. - Rookie Jim Colbert knocked in a 20-foot eagle putt on the 10th hole to tie Lee Trevino for the first-round lead in the Digital Seniors Classic. Colbert shot a 7-under-par 65 to tie Trevino, who has won three Senior Tour titles this year. I ENQUIRER NEWS SERVICES COAL VALLEY, 111. - Leonard Thompson, who flirted briefly with Al ' Ceiberger's all-time PGA record of 59 for J 8 holes, finished with an 8-under-par 62 f riday to grab the lead midway through .the $1 million Hardee's Golf Classic. Thompson 36-hole total of 1 l-under 129 gave him for a 1-shot advantage over ,f aul Azinger, who shot his second consecutive 65. Greg Norman, who fired a 64 Thursday for a 1-shot lead over a aroup of nine golfers, shot a 67 for a 131 score. PGA champion John Daly missed the ( Baker-Finch shares lead PARIS Australian Ian Baker-Finch fired a 5-under-par 65 Friday and moved into a share of the lead after the second round of the Lancome Trophy. The British Open champion had five birdies over the 6,756-yard Saint-Nom-La-Breteche course to pull into a four-way tie at the top with Australian Peter Fowler, first-round leader Colin Montgomerie and New Zealander Frank Nobilo. Pullan beats Gary INicklaus GANTON, England Englishman Mark Pullan rallied to beat Gary Nicklaus 1 3 and 1 in match play competition in the third round of the British Amateur. Nicklaus is the son of Jack Nicklaus. Three members of the American team at the recent Walker Cup tournament Jay Sigel, Bob May and David Duval advanced to the final 16. Nelson shares lead INZAI, Japan American Larry Nelson shot a second consecutive 68 to share a one-shot lead with Joe Ozaki at the midway point of the Suntory Open. Nelson won the tournament in 1989. Ozaki shot 69. l" Massey survives miss COQUITLAM, British Columbia Debbie Massey missed a short par putt on the final hole, but still managed to establish a one-shot lead after 36 holes in the du Maurier Ltd. Classic. Masscy's 2-under-par 70 gave her a 36-hole total of 7-under 137 and a one-stroke lead over Trish Johnson and Dottie Mochric. 1

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