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F-2Scoreboard THE CINCiNNAI H:QI IUI R I rklay, September 20, mi F What's on Ill tOOtRElOAlRD J 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, io return to tne main menu. 1 hen press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you want. There is no charge tor m 1 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Cincinnati Reds at Houston Astros, WLW-AM (700), 8.35 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Highlands at Newport Central Catholic, WOBO-FM (1050), 7:30 p.m. (Air-time 7:05 p m ). Holmes at Dixie, WIOK-FM (95.3), 710 p.m. Harrison at Glen Este. WNLT-FM (104 3), 7:30 p.m. Williamsburg at Clermont NE, WOBO-FM (88.7), 7:30 p.m. Middletown at Fairfield, WMOH-AM (1450), 7:30 p.m., WPFB-AM (910), 8 p.m. (Air-time 7:40 p.m.). Boone County at Tates Creek, WCVG-AM (1320), 7:40 p.m. Princeton at Milford. WCIN-AM (1480), 7:45 p.m. CA P E. at Madeira. WOBO-FM (88.7), 10:15 p.m. (tape delay). TALK SHOWS Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:55 a.m., 8:55 a.m., 3:55 p.m. In Fisherman Radio Network: WMOH-AM (1450), 6:20 a.m. John Madden: WLW-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 and 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. Bob Costas: WMOH-AM (1450), 8:55 a.m. ATP Tour Tennis: ESPN. 10 a.m. John Madden: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:15 p.m. NASCAR Today, WMOH-AM (1450), 5:20 p.m. Blue Rebel Update: WCVG-AM (1320), 5:28 p.m. Brennaman and Bench: WLW-AM (700), 5:55 p.m. Cris Collinsworth: WLW-AM (700). 6 p.m. 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. Dave Lapham: WKRC-AM (550), 7:05 p.m Andy Furman: WLW-AM (700), following the Reds game High School Football Central: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. Overnight Sportstalk: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. Gott 111112 McDowell 'j 1 0 0 0 0 Wilson S,2 1-3 0 0 0 0 0 Gott pitched to 2 batters In the 9th. HBP-by Morgan ICedeno). WP-Gott. Umpires-Home, Davidson; First, Layne; Second, McSherry; Third, Davis. T 2:51. A-2B.34S. AMERICAN LEAGUE Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handicapper at Turf-way Park, will pick lour horses daily on the Turtway 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. THURSDAY'S BETS: Won $200. TOTAL POT: $900. TODAY'S PICKS: 1st: Choctaw Ridge 6th: Degree 8th: Fire Alarm' 10th: Sea Cadet indicates Battaglia's Enquirer pick of the day. LW MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Chicago Cubs at Montreal, WGN-Cable, 7:30 p.m. N Y. Yankees at Boston, ESPN, 7:30 p.m. Cincinnati at Houston, Channel 5. 8:30 p.m., WLW-AM (700). 8:35 p.m., Channel 7, 9 p.m. (Joined In Progress). Baseball's Heirlooms: A tribute to four "classic" ballparks: Channel 48, 10 p.m. Atlanta at LA Dodgers, ESPN, WTBS-Cable, 10:30 p.m. HORSE RACING Turfway Report: Warner-Cable (Channel 27), Storer-Cable (Channel A36), 12:30 a.m. TENNIS Davis Cup U.S.A. vs. Germany, ESPN, 4 p.m. Blue Jays., Mariners.. TORONTO SEATTLE abrhbi abrhbi White cl SO Brileylf 5 0 10 RAIomar 2b 5 1 2 0 Reynolds 2b 4 1 1 0 Carlerrf 5 110 GrifyJr cf 5 12 1 Gruber 3b 6 12 2 O'Brien lb 5 0 11 CnMkkidolf 1 0 0 0 ADavisdh 30 10 Duceypr 0 0 0 0 T Jones dh 10 0 0 DBellt 1111 TMrtnzdh 10 11 T abler dh 3 0 0 0 Buhner rf 5 0 0 0 MWilson dh 2 0 0 0 Cchrne 3b 5 0 0 0 Sprague lb 3 0 0 0 Vatec 2 0 10 Olerud lb 0 10 0 Bradley c 10 0 0 Borders c 2 0 0 0 EMrtniph 1000 DParker ph 10 10 Howard c 0 0 0 0 Zosky ss 0 0 0 0 Amaral ph 10 0 0 Mulliniksph 1 0 0 0 Viiquelss 4 110 MnLee ss 10 0 0 Goniales ss 2 0 0 0 Myersc 2 0 12 Totals 40 5 5 Totals 43 3 9 3 Toronto 000 WO 000 02! -5 Seattle 000 000 OM) 020-3 E-Cochrane (7). DP-Toronlo 1, Seattle 2. LOB-Toronto 12, Seattle 7. 2B-RAIomar (Ml, Myers (22), ADavIs (12). 3B-Viiquel (4). HR-Gruber (19). SB-RAIomar 140). CS-RAIomar (8). S-MWII-son. IP H R ER BB SO Toronto Candiottl 7 Vi 5 I 1 3 4 WeHs Iv 3 2 2 0 2 DWardW,7-5 1 1 0 0 0 2 Acker S,l 1 0 0 0 0 0 Seattle RJohnson I 3 1 1 3 11 Clones l'S 1 0 0 3 0 MJackson I 1 2 2 2 2 BankheadL,2-4 1 3 2 2 2 0 Wels pitched to 3 batters in the nth HBP-by RJohnson (CnMaldonado), by RJohnson (Goniales). WP-RJohnson. PB-Borders. Umpires Home, Kaise,'; First, Mckean; Second, Vollaggio; Third, Joyce. T-4:00. A-30,200. Favorite CHICAGO Line 8 Underdog N.Y. Jets Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Las Vegas, Nev. Deals BASEBALL National League Atlanta Braves Signed Bill Lajoie, special assignment scout, to a two-year correct extension. Florida Marlins Named Dave Dom-orowski general manager and signed him to a four year contract. Montreal Expos-Named Dan Duquette vice-president of player personnel and general manager. Philadelphia Phillies Purchased the contract of Doug Lindsey, catcher, from Reading of the Eastern League. San Diego Padres Agreed to terms with Joey Hamilton, pitcher. San Francisco Giants Purchased the contract of Royce Clayton, shortstop, from Shreveport of the Texas League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Miami Heat-Named Tony Fiorentino scouting coordinator. Orlando Magic-Announced that Rich DeVos has purchased the club from a group headed by WiHiam duPont In. FOOTBALL National Football League Indianapolis Colts-Signed Chris Con-Kn and Mark Cannon, offensive linemen. Placed Ray Donaldson, center, on the injured reserve list. Released Cedric Figaro, linebacker. New England Patriots-Re-signed Shawn McCarthy, punter. HOCKEY National Hockey League Buffalo Sabres Sent Philippe Boucher, defenseman, to Granby ol the Ontario Hockey League, and Jason Dawe, left wing, to Peterborough ot the OHL. Detroit Red Wings-Assigned Chris Luongo and Gord Kruppke, detensemen; Lonnie Loach and Kirk Thomjinson, left wings; and Gary Shuchuk and Micah Aiva-:ott, centers, to Adirondack of the American Hockey League. Assigned Scott King, goalie, to Fort Wayne of the International Hockey League. Hartlord Whalers-Re-signed Brad Shaw, defenseman. East Coast Hockey League Raleigh Icecaps Announced affiliations with Los Angeles Kings and Toronto Maple Leafs. Toledo Storm-Named Scott Luhr-mann trainer and equipment manager. College tennis Xavier i, Northern Kentucky 1 Fenwck (X) d Brown 6-2. 6-2; Duffy (X) d. Geaney 6-1, 6-1; Jahnke (X) d. Morris 6-2, 6-2, Creighton (X) 1 Hundemer 6-2, 6-1; schwenkmeyer ixj o. Harney n, 6-1. Schwenkmeyer-Dufly d. Brown-Morris 6-1, 6-1; Geaney-Hundemer IN) d Haddow Combs 6-1, 6-2. Records: Xavier 2-1. Xavl- er's next match is Wednesday vs. Indiana State at Xavier. you can press 55 T 1-7, 0-3 CHL. Anderson 3, Turpin 2 Hathway (A) d. Walker 6-0. 64, Roberts IT) d. Durante 64, 64; Pautke (A) d. Furmen 6-3, 6-3. Crist-Steen (T) d. Hart-Gordon 6-4, 7-6; Lang-Couper (A) d. Bertel-ll-Gaibel 6-1, 4-6, 6-2. Records: A 9-3, 7-0 QCC; T 7-7, 2-4, The victory clinches the QCC chapionship for Anderson. St. Ursula 4, McAuley 1 Perning IM) d. Michael 6-0, 6-2; CLeary (S) d Rlordan 6-3, 6-7, 64; Tondow (S) d. Bigner 64, 6-1; Bachman-Cody IS) d. Pelers-Kissner 6-2, 6-1; Lapore-King (5) d. Meyer-Specht 6-4, 6-3. Records: S 8-4 (5-1 GGCL); M 3-6, 2-3. Harrison 3, Walnut Hills 2 Ham (H) d. Chicchon 6-4, 6-4; Thacker W) d. Rush 6-2, 6-3; Buscher IH) d. Toleski 6-4, 6-4; Johnson-Ho (WI d. Tracy-Evans 6-1, 6-2; Stubenrauch- Johnson d. Spradiin-Saggar 6-1, 7-5. Records: H 7-6, 3-3 QCL, W 6-4, 4-3 Mount Healthy 3, Winton Woods 2 Volkens (W) d. Morris 6-1. 6-1; Mixon (M) d. Woods 6-3, 3-6, 7-6; B. Brown (W) d. Sloess 64, 6-3; Mason-Moeler (M) d. Montgomery-Schray 4-6, 64, 6-3; Haisley-Liford (M) d. J. Brown-Claugherty 64, 6-1. Records: M 2-10. Oak Hills S, Western Hills 0 C. Brannon d. Swann 6-0, 6-0; Beiser d. Russell 6-1, 64; Huesman d. Lecount 6-1, 6-0; Kiesewetter-Hood d. Siefterman-Lenihan 6-2, 6-4; Hilvers-Porada d. A. Siemer-M. Slemer 6-4, 6-3. Records: O 7-4, W 2-7. Madeira 3, Taylor 2 Floerlng (M) d. Thieman 6-0, 6-1; Brueggeman (M) d. Moeler 6-2, 6-0; Nei-meier (T) d. Harrod 6-2, 6-1; Fittes-DeGuia (M) d. Shinn-Kimbelton 6-1, 6-0, ShimvHar-ris (T) d. Hornsby-MacMeans 6-1, 2-6, 6-1. Records: T 1-7, 0-3 CHL; M 4-5, 3-1 CHL. McNicholas 4, Roger Bacon 1 Barnett (R) def. Stephens 6-2, 6-1; Derringer (M) del. Rother 6-3, 6-3, Sawyer (M) def. Thompson, 64, 64; Hurtubise-Shannon (M) def. Kettler-Auciello 6-2, 6-1; PraD-Freedman (M) del. Johnson-Carrico 64, 6-1. Records: M 6-5, 3-3 GGCL; RB 1-10, IH GGCL. Finneytown 5, Dew Park 0 Wood d. Godwin 6-0, 64, Hogan d. A. Brown 64, 6-1; Johnson d. J. Brown 64, 64; McKerma-lhrig d. Burnett-Ziegler 64, 6-1; Grimes-Robinson won by forfeit. Records: F 6-6, 1-3 CHL. Volleyball Seton (6-3, 1-3 GGCL) d. Badin 15-3, 15-6. Bethel-Tate 15-6, 4-3 SBC) d. NCH (3-9, 2-6) 13-15, 15-13, 15-9. Princeton 15-3, 3-1 GMC) d. Fairfield (3-4, 1-3 GMC) 15-13, 15-11. CCD (9-2, 74 MVC) d. Batavia 15-11, 15-4. Roger Bacon (8-2, 1-2 GGCL) d. McNicholas 15-6, 15-2. Loveiand (3-3, 3-1 CHL) d. Deer Park (6-5, 3-2 CHL) 15-12, 15-2. Aiken (6-4, 302 MCC) def. Withrow (6-6, 1-4 MCC) 15-9, 15-12 Ursuline (10-0, 34 GGCL) d Purcell Marian 12-9, 0-3 GGCL) 15-11, 15-2. Mercy (7-2) d. McAuley (7-1) 15-13, 15-6. Mount Notre Dame 14-3, 2-1 GGCL) d. St. Ursula (1-2 GGCL) 15-8, 10-15, 15-13. Princeton (5-3) d. Fairfield (3-4, 1-3 GMC). 15-13, 15-12. Oak Hills 18-3, 54 MCC) d Western His 34, 1-4) 15-8, 15-5. Colerain 16-3, 4-1 MCC) d. Mount Healthy 9-15, 15-8, 15-5. Aiken (6-4, 3-2 MCC) d. Withrow (6-6, 1-4) 15-9, 15-12. Harrison (9-1, 54 QCCN) d. Winton Woods (4-5, 11-4 QCCN) 15-7, 15-6. Walnut Hills (7-5, 3-2 QCCN) d. Hughes (0-7, 0-5) 15-3, 15-9. Northwest (4-2, 4-1 QCCN) d. Norwood (5-4, 2-3 QCCN) 15-8, 6-15, Amelia (4-2) d. Glen Este (0-8, 0-5 QCCA) 14-16, 15-11, 15-9. Kings (6-1, 5-1 FAVC) d. Ross (3-7) 15-11, 13-15, 15-7. 15-5. Little Miami (84, 6-0 FAVC) Blanchester (4-6, 11-4 FAVC) 15-4, Madeira (7-1,4-0 CHL) d. Indian Hi 15-8, 154. St. Bernard (7-4, 6-2 MVC) d. Seven HiHs (5-5, 4-4) 154, 15-9. 15-11. Willamsburg (10-1, 7-1 SBC) d. Felicity (13-1, 7-1) 15-13, 15-9. Wilmington ( 114, 54 SCOL) d. Washington Courthouse (4-6, 2-3). 15-8, 15-3. Cincinnati Christian (6-2) del. St. Rita, 15-3, 15-12. Clermont Northeastern d. New Richmond 12-8) 15-1, 15-8. Taft (4-7) d. Woodward 15-10, 2-15, 15-7. Boys water polo Talawanda 12, Milford 7 Goals: T Sakenhelm 5, Burcheylt 2, Grunwell 2, Bausano, Dartoslci, Intoes. M BiHhimer 3, Calvin 2, Corwin, Meier. Records: M 0-4, T 24. Princeton 12, Sycamore 4 Goals: P-Packard 7, Huffer 2, Bird-song 2, Thompson. S-Preissler 2, Huber, Hlltner. Records: S 2-3. Girls water polo Sycamore 19, Princeton 7 Goals: S-Beerman 5, Lichtenberger 3, CIccareHa 3, Klinch 2, Likh 2, Powers, Bennett, Hansen, Monton. P- James 3, Tur-geson 3, Blevins. Records: S 54. Field hockey Oakwood 2, Indian Hill 0 Goals: Deddens 2. Shutout: Hoyk) (2 saves). Records: Oak 5-34, 1 3-2-1. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Friday, Sept. 20 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Williamsburg at Clermont Northeastern Western Brown at North College Hi New Richmond at Bethel-Tate CAPE at Madeira Mviemont at Finneytown Reading at Taylor Lovelend at Deer Park Indian Hill at Wyoming Lemon-Monroe at Middletown Fenwlck Edgewood at Talawanda Lebanon at Franklin Carroll at Mlamisburg 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 al La Sane, 8 p.m Puree! Marian at Roger Bacon, 8 p.m. Hamilton at Lima, 8 p.m. Princeton at Milford, 8 p.m. Sycamore at Lakota. 8 p.m. Middletown at Fairfield, 8 P m Aiken at La SaHe 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 Sprlngboro Goshen at Wilmington Blanchester at Little Miami Saturday, Sept. 21 (Games begin at 7:10 p.m. unless noted) Oak Hills at Covington Catholic, 2 p.m. Lockland at Cincinnati Country Day, 2 p.m. Hamilton Badin at Kettering Alter Chaminade Julienne at McNicholas, 8 p.m. Massilkm at Moeller, 8 p.m. JS-Tal 1990 SHERROD HIGH TOP V6, aulo, rtmTm sTeieo cmetfe, 411, tilt, cruisr, 4 capMin chans, sol,!, misfit 100I wcolor IV, mng whctls Slk 4082 Baseball Today in baseball SEPTEMBER N 1917 - Bab Ruth hit his 40th home run, off Tom Zachry of tne Washington Senators, to break his own major league record of set m mi. N5I - Hoyt Wilhelm of the Orioles pitched a 14) no-hltter against the New York Yankees at Baltimore's Memorial Stadium, with the only run coming on a home run by Gut Triandos. !HI - Mickey Mantle hit his last home run in the meior leagues, a solo Mast against Jm Lonborg of the Boston Red Sox, to flush hit career with 536 homers. Today's Birthday: Tom Tresh 54, Bil Landrum 31, Randy Kramer 31. Late box scores WEDNESDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE Dodgers., Astros HOUSTON LOS ANGELES abrhM abrhbi 4 0 0 0 Butler cf 4 110 1 0 0 0 LHarrls 3b 3 0 0 0 3 2 2 1 Shrprsn 3b 1 1 1 I 4 0 10 Strwbry rf 4 13 1 3 0 11 Murray lb 3 2 12 4 0 10 Daniels If 4 0 10 4 2 2 0 Webster If 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Sciosciac 3 0 10 3 0 0 0 Samuel 2b 3 0 0 0 10 11 McDowell p 0 0 0 0 1 0 0 0 Wilson p 0 0 0 0 10 11 Gritfinss 4 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Morgan p 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Javier oh 10 0 0 Lofton cf Rainiret ph FiWey rf Biggioc Bagwell lb LGonzalei If Cnroti3b Cedenoss AMota2b Candaeleph Kilep Toientlno ph GYounoor MaKcoatp Davidson ph 1 0 0 0 Gott p 0 0 0 0 Hansen 3b 0 0 0 0 Tetah) 12 4 M Totals 32 S I 4 Heusten Ml 000 Wl-4 Lis Angeles 900 120 20 -S E-FWey (S), Cedeno (10). DP-Los Angeles 2. LOB-Houston 6, Los Angeles 6. 28-Strawberry 2 (21). HR-Finley (), Murray (19). SB-Butler (31). CS-Straw-berry (i). S-Cedeno. SF-Bagwel IP H R ER BB SO Houston Kile 4 5 3 2 2 3 MaKcoatLO-l 2 3 2 2 1 2 Les Angeles Morgan W.13-9 7 7 3 3 0 3 i i Etc. The Latest Line (Home Team In CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Line Underdog Cincinnati 4-7 HOUSTON MONTREAL Even4 Chicago PITTSBURGH 7-8 Philadelphia NEW YORK Even St. Louis SAN DCGO Even-4 San Francisco LOS ANGELES 5ta-'l Atlanta American League Favorite BOSTON Line Underdog New York 9-11 Even-4 5-4' Even4 Even-4 Even-4 5'l-4W Baltimore DETROIT MINNESOTA CHICAGO SEATTLE OAKLAND CLEVELAND Milwaukee Texas California Kansas City Toronto COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Favorite Line Underdog OHIO STATE 19 Washington State NOTRE DAME 12 Michigan State INDIANA Wi Kentucky N.C State 12 WAKE FOREST Cornel 5 PRINCETON TENNESSEE 13"i Mississippi State HARVARD 13 Columbia CLEMSON V'fl Temple North Carolina lO'i ARMY Dartmouth 3 PENNSYLVANIA YALE llvj Brown RUTGERS 14 Northwestern AIR FORCE 2 San Diego State WYOMING I Texas Tech Iowa State 4 WISCONSIN COLORADO 14 Minnesota Florida 9 SYRACUSE Houston 9"i ILLINOIS SO. CALIFORNIA l"i Arliona State MARYLAND 3' West Virginia SO. MISSISSIPPI 'i Colorado State ARKANSAS 10'1 SW Louisiana Virginia Tech 1 SO. CAROLINA Texas A&M li1 TULSA TEXAS 3 Auburn Texas Christian 5 OKLAHOMA ST. PENN STATE 12 BYU ALABAMA 6 Georgia NEBRASKA Even Washington BAYLOR 13 Missouri Rice l'i TULANE LSU 13 Vanderbilt Oregon 14 UTAH California 3V ARIZONA NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Sunday Favorite Line Underdog Washington 4 CINCINNATI LA Raiders 7'fl ATLANTA PHILADELPHIA 3 Pittsburgh MIAMI 7 Green Bay Houston 12 NEW ENGLAND NEW ORLEANS 3 Minnesota INDIANAPOLIS Even Detroit NY. GIANTS 12 Cleveland Buffalo TAMPA BAY SAN FRANCISCO 7"l LA. Rams KANSAS CITY 71 Seattle DENVER 8 San Diego PHOENIX I Dallas Monday Golf BC Open ENDKOTT, N Y. - Scores Thursday after the first round of the S80O.0O0 BC Open, played on the 6,966-yard, par 37-34-71 En-Joie Golf Club Seventy-five golfers failed to complete the round, wi finish the first round this morning: Blaine McCaister 33-31-64 Lance Ten Broeck 34-32-66 Steve Lowery 34-32 - 66 Sluman 35-32-67 Bity Andrade 36-31-67 EdHumenik 34-13-67 Peter Jacobsen 36-12-60 Curtis Strange 15-33-61 Joey Smdelar 36-32-68 MikeHulbert 35-33-68 DonShlrey 35-33-68 Barry Cheesman 37-31 61 Barry Jaeckel 35-34-69 SamTorranct 34-35-69 Mike Smith 36-33 -69 Lemtie Clements 36-33-69 Robert Wrenn 36-33-69 Rocco Mediate 36-33-69 Jeff Megger! 35-35-70 Mark Lye 37-33- 70 Fulton AHem. ...38 32 - 70 Bob Estes 37-33 -70 Jkn Benepe 38-3J 70 TomByrum 37-33- 70 Charles Bowles 36-14-70 Dicky Thompson . 16-34-70 vtWCHEVY r BKAND ! MINNESOTA AT NEW ORLEANS - Vikings: S Solomon wilcots (ankle) is probable. Saints: RB Dalton Hilliard (hip), C Joel Hilgenberg (ankle), CB Reggie Jones (back-hamstring) are questionable. T Kevin Haverdink (back), RB Craig Heyward (shoulder), QB Bobby Heberl (shoulder-knee) are probable. DALLAS AT PHOENIX - Cowboys: RB Darryl Johnston (knee), DT Jimmie , Jones (knee), NT Tony Casillas (shoulder), LB Godfrey Miles (ankle) are probable. Cardinals: CB-S Marcus Turner (ear) is . out. T Tootie Robbins (groin), G Joe Wolf (shoulder), TE Walter Reeves (knee), RB , Ivory Lee Brown (foot) are questionable. LOS ANGELES RAMS AT SAN FRANCISCO - Rams: DT Mike Piel (shoulder), Robert Cox (toe) are out. T -Jackie Slater (shoulder), DT Alvin Wright (shoulder), LB Fred Strickland (knee), CB Rodney Thomas (knee) are questionable. 49ers: LB Mitch Donahue (hamstring) is questionable. CB Merton Hanks (ankle), DE Pierce Holt (knee), DE Larry Roberts (ankle) are probable. BUFFALO AT TAMPA BAY - Bills: T Howard Ballard (knee), G Mitch Frerolte (knee), DE Phil Hansen (ankle), CB Clifford Hicks (hamstring), DE Bruce Smith (knee) are questionable. Buccaneers: TE Jesse Anderson (toe) is questionable. TE Ron HaN (rib), RB Gary Anderson (shoulder) are probable. CLEVELAND AT NEW YORK Gl- ANTS Browns: no injuries. Giants: BT ' Erick Howard Ibackl.CBReyna Thompson (thigh) are questionable. DE Leonard Marshall (shoulder), S Greg Jackson (ankle) are probable. DETROIT AT INDIANAPOLIS - Lions: NT Jerry Ball (hamstring) is doubtful. LB Michael Cofer (knee) is questionable. WR Jeff Campbell (back) Is probable. . Colts: C Ray Donaldson (ankle), TE Pat Beach (shoulder) are out. T Irv Pankey (achilles) is doubtful. LB Chip Banks (knee), T Bubba Paris (knee), NT Travis Davis, (toe) are questionable. DE Sam Clancy (ankle), G Randy Dixon (calf), LB Scott Radecic (hip) NT Tony Stragusa (knee) are probable. GREEN BAY AT MIAMI - Packers: RB Darrell Thompson (knee) is out. WR Clarence Weathers (shoulder) is questionable. LB Burnea Dent Igroin), RB-KR Vol Sikahema (groin), TE Ed West (quad) are probable. Dolphins: WR Fred Banks (knee), NT Shawn Lee (knee), CB Kerry Glenn (ankle) are out. NT T.J. Turner (knee), TE Ferrell Edmunds (thigh) are doubtful. WR Mark Duper (Ikil is probable. LOS ANGELES RAIDERS AT ATLANTA Raiders: G Ma Montoya (groin) is questionable. RB Roger Craig (knee) is probable. Falcons: RB Steve Broussard ' (hip), DE Mike Gann (back), RB Tracey Johnson (thigh), CB Tim McKyer (knee)J are probable. PITTSBURGH AT PHILADELPHIA -Steelers: G Brian Blankenship (neck) is out. .. LB Huey Richardson (knee), RB Leroy . Thompson (hamstring) are probable. Ea-, gles: RB Thomas Sanders (ankle) is doubtful. G Ron Soil (ankle), CB Ben Smith (hamstring), are questionable. WASHINGTON AT CINCINNATI -Redskins: WR Gary Clark (hamstring) is probable. Bengals: CB Mitchell Price (knee) is out. WR Eddie Brown (shoulder) Is questionable. Monday Night NEW YORK JETS AT CHICAGO -Jets: TE Mark Boyer (shoulder) is questionable. RB Brad Baxter (quad), DE Darrell Davis (anchilies), TE Chris Dressel (ankle), CB James Hasty (quad), LB Joe Kelly (knee), DE Jeff Lageman (knee), RB Freeman McNeil (eye), QB Ken O'Brien (left shoulder), RB Blair Thomas (back), S. Lonnie Young (shoulder-concussion) are probable. Bears: CB DonneH Woollord (knee), WR Anthony Morgan (knee), are questionable. WR Dennis Gentry (knee), RB Brad Muster (hamstring) are probable. the call. High School Boys golf Purcell 164, Wlthrow 209 Medalist: Snyder (P), 3-over 16 on back nine ot Avon. Records: P 6-4, W 0-5. Little Miami 165, Kings 170 Medalist: Dick (L), 2-over 38 on front nine of Kingswood. Records: K 3-7. Loveiand 172, Glen Este 200 Medalist: Oligee (L), 5-over 40 on front nine of OBannon Creek. Records. L 10-3, G 8. St. Xavier 162, Elder 180 Medalist: Kline (X), 3-over 39 on front nine ot Hyde Park. Records: S 8-1, 5-0, E 6-6, 2. Badin 140, Wlnton Woods 170 Medalist: Zetller (B), 4-under 29 on front nine of Poller's. Records: B 11-4, W 3-10. Harrison 167, Ross 16 Medalist: Webb (R), par 16 on front nine ot Twin Run. Records: H 11-0 Indian Hill 170, McNichelas 197 Medalist: Boehm (I), 5-over 41 on front nine ol Coldstream. Records: I 12-2. Summit Country Day 179, St. Bernard 214 Medalist: Grefer (S), 5-over 41 on front nine ot Sharon Woods. Records: Su 10-4, St. 1-10. Seven Hills 179, Lockland 179 Seven Hills wins on tie-breaker Tri-Medalists: McElhinney (S), Elliott (S), Martin (L), 9-over 41s on back nine at Sharon Woods. Records: S 6-5, 6-2 MVC; L 4. Moeller 161, La Salle 175 Medalist: Rocaw;rJi (M), 2-over 38 on front nine at Miami Whitewater. Records: M 5-6, 3-2 GCL; L 3-6, 0-5 GCL. Southern Buckeye League Tournament Bethel Tate 157, New Richmond 163, Felicity 174, North College 180, Western Brown 184. Medalist: Fischer INR) par 36 on the back nine of Friendly Meadows. Girls golf Indian Hill 233, Fairfield 246 Medalist: Betsy Farasey II) 12-over 47 on the front nine ot Fairfield. Records: 1 7-6, F0-5. Lakota 208, Middletown 215 Medalist: Holly StegemiHer (M) 5-over 41 at Vista Verde. Records: M 4-5, L 3-4. Boys soccer Turpin 3, Glen Este 0 Goals: Greene, Winterberger, Dornho- fer. Shutout: Lang and Moss (5 saves). Records: T 5-1-2 ( 1-0 QCCA); G 2-4-2, 2-1. Walnut Hills 2, Harrison 1 Goals: W-Walsitz 2. H-Muller. Re cords: WH 5-3-2 (2-0-1 QCCN): H 3-2-C, 0-1-1. Oak Hills 2, Mount Healthy 0 Goals: Lunslord, Meyers. Shutout: Taylor (7 saves). Records: O 5-0-2 (3-0-1 MCC); MH 4-1-2, M-2. Northwest 1, Amelia 1 Goals: N Miller. A Mulvaney. Re cords: N 4-1-3, A 4-1-1. Summit Country Day 3, St. Bernard 1 Goals: S Dumbold, Roberts, Fryer. SB-Radtke. Records SB 1-4, 1-3 MVC. Batavia 2, Cincinnati Country Day 2 Goals: B-Fehring 2. C-Smilh, Wes- terling Records: B 2-4-3, C 4-2-2. Fairfield 2, Middletown 1 Goals: F-Lehmen 2. M-Lawson Re cords: Middletown 6-2-1 (5-1-1 GMO.f 3-5-1,3-4-1. Flnneytown 8, Mariement 0 Goals: Parrilk), Daugherty 2, Shapiro 3, Hauck. Shutout: Borden (2 saves). Records: F 4-1-1, 2-0 CHL. Cincinnati Christian 5, Badin 1 Goals: C-Smith, Jackson, Kelly, Car son, Rempe. B-Schnermrenz. Records: CC 3-3-2, B 1-8 Mason 2, Sprlngboro 1 Goals: M-Miller, Doubet. S-Moses. Records: S 3-5-2 13-3 FAVC); M 6-1-2, 5-1. Kings 2, Ross 0 Goals: Morwood, Cornelius. Shutout: Laskowski (7 saves). Records: K 6-1, 4-1 FAVC. Anderson 1, Roger Bacon 0 Goal: Shertzer. Shutout: Handler (8 saves). Records: A 6-2, RB 5-2 Loveiand 7, Deer Park 1 Goals: L-Dugle 3, Frlck 2, Hook, Roesch. Records: L 2-5-1 (2-1 CHL); D 1-7, 0-3. Clermont NE 2, New Richmond 1 Goals: C-Arnokj 2. N-Well$. Records: C 5-4-1, N 5-2-1. Colerain 2, Western Hills 0 Goals: Stamper, Rogers. Shutout: Krieg, Wiethe (6 saves). Records: C 2-2-4 (2-0-1 MCC); w 2-5-1, t-3 Millord 1, Princeton 1 Goals: M-Krueger. P-Roberts. Re cords: M 1-5-3 (1-4-2 GMC); P 5-21, 4-2-1. Sycamore 2, Lakota 0 Goals: Gugerty, Haas. Shutout: Starr 13 saves). Records: S 5-1-2 (4-1-2 GMC); L 5-3-1, 5-2-1. Little Miami S, Blanchester 3 Goals: LM-Miracle, Blank, Walker, Kirby, McCollum. Records: LM 2-6-0, 1-4-0 in FAVC. Bethel-Tate 2, North College Hill 1 Goals: NCH-Cameron. Records: NCH 3-5, 2-1 SBC; BT 3-3-1, 1-2. Indian Hill 1, Madeira 0 Goal: Frazier. Shutout: Tomsick (5 saves). Records: IH 7-0-1, 5-2. Wyoming i, Reading 0 Goals: Hart 2, Bason, Christian, Matti- son. Shutout: Rosen, Hauser (4 saves). Records: W 2-5-1. Girls soccer Clermont NE 6, New Richmond 0 Goals: Sebastian 3, Lemon 2, Smith. Shutout: WeHs (0 saves). Records: CNE 8-0-1. Kings 2, Ross 0 Goals: Gose 2. Shutout: Shandersky (16 saves). Records: K 4-2-1, 4-0-1 FAVC; R 3-6, 2-4. Cincinnati Country Day 6, Batavia 0 Goals: Heinichen 4, Vollmer, C. Strauss. Shutout: Drake (5 saves). Records: CCD 7-0, B 0-6. Sycamore 1, Lakota 0 Goal: Beers. Shutout: Turner (12 saves). Records: L 5-4, 4-3 GMC; S 5-3, 3-3. Milford 2, Princeton 0 Goals: A. Sellers, Garlesky. Shutout: Brown ( I save). Records: M 7-2, 5-1 GMC Fairfield 3, Middletown 0 Goals: Good 2, Broerman. Shutout: Smith. Records: F 7-2-1, 5-2 GMC. Blanchester 2, Little Miami 0 Goals: Daniels, Myers. Shutout: Johnson (3 saves). Records: B 4-3. Girls tennis Summit Country Day 5, St. Bernard 0 Ackley d. Hamm 6-0, 64, Luebbers d. Ward 6-3, 64; Chavez d Roy 6-1, 64, Elick-er M. Laib d Pack-Hires 6-4, 6-3; A. Laib-Wolfvon d. Hilton-Day 64, 64. Records: S 10-1,3-1 MVC, S 9-5, 0-3. Indian Hill 4, Wyoming 1 Ben (I) d. Byer 2-6, 64, 6-4, Ouirdga (W) d. Hassekjren 6-1, ret.; Holbrook (I) d. Steves 64, 64, Bagnoli-Lakmde (I) d Mar-ty-Witkin 2-6, 6-4, 6-1, Ryan-Besl (I) d. Gog-gens-Anderson 64, 6-3. Records: I 6-4, 34 CHL; P 4-10, 2-2. Seton 1, Mercy 1 Jacinto ( M ) d. Kaine 6-3, 6-1; Sheppard (S) d. Soioria 6-3, 6-4; Desmond (S). Russell 6-3, 6-4; Toth-Lemmel (M) d. Paff-Ficker 6-4, 34, 6-2; Yungbkith-Fimey (S) d. Thor-ner-Boland 6-4, 6-4. Records: S 10-2, 5-1 GGCL. Madeira 1, Taylor 1 Fleering IM) d. Thleman 6-1, 6-1; Brueggeman (M) d. Moeller 6-2, 64; Nie-meier (T) d. Hornsby 6-2, 6-1. Flttes-De-Gula (M) d. Shonna Shinn-Kimbelton 6-1, 64; Sarah Shinn-Harrls(T) d. Hornsby-Mac-Means 6-2, 2-6, 6-1. Records: M 4-5, 1-1 CHL; 1991 TIARA FULL SIZE CONVERSION VAN 3 SO VR. front ft rear m, pwr window. A lock i, ml, ipeeri control, itefeocmette, fie it eel furniture, walnut wood phg 4SI 3 Price include! rebate Pro Football NFL standings National Football League AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 1 0 0 1.000 110 85 Miami 1 2 0 .333 61 58 New England 1 2 0 .331 22 47 N.Y. Jets 1 2 0 .333 49 56 Indianapolis 0 3 0 .000 13 49 Central Houston 3 0 0 1.000 94 31 Pittsburgh 2 1 0 .667 80 78 Cleveland 2 1 0 667 48 39 Cincinnati 0 3 0 .000 34 89 West Denver 2 I 0 .667 74 40 LA Raiders 2 I 0 .667 49 60 Kansas City I 2 0 .333 31 37 Seattle I 2 0 .333 54 54 San Diego 0 3 0 .000 44 73 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington 3 0 0 1.000 112 31 Philadelphia 2 1 0 .667 54 29 PhoeniK 2 1 0 .667 50 58 Dallas 1 2 0 .333 57 71 N.Y. Giants 1 2 0 .333 46 53 Central Chicago 3 0 0 1.000 51 43 Detroit 2 1 0 .667 40 72 Minnesota 2 1 0 .667 43 43 Green Bay I 2 0 .333 32 56 Tampa Bay 0 3 0 .000 46 52 West New Orleans 3 0 0 1.000 68 41 Atlanta 1 2 0 .333 35 44 LA Rams 1 2 0 .333 40 61 San Francisco 1 2 0 .333 62 47 SUNDAY, SEPT. 22 Washington at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Cleveland al N.Y. Giants, 1 p.m. Detroit at Indianapolis, 1 p.nv Green Bay at Miami, 1 p.m. Houston at New England, 1 p.m. L.A. Raiders at Atlanta, I p.m. Minnesota at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, 1 p.m. San Diego at Denver, 4 p.m. L.A. Rams at San Francisco, 4 p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 4 p.m. Buffalo at Tampa Bay, 4 p.m. Dallas at Phoenix, 8 p.m. MONDAY, SEPT. 23 N.Y. Jets at Chicago, 9 p.m, NFL injury list NEW YORK - The National Football League injury report (or this weekend's games as provided by the league: HOUSTON AT NEW ENGLAND -Oilers: G Mike Munchak (knee), WR Leonard Harris (shin) are out; WR Ernest Givins (arm) Is questionable. RB Gary Brown (hamstring), WR Haywood Jeffires (knee) are probable. Patriots: DE Ray Agnew (hand) is doubtful. TE Ben Coates (shoulder), G Elbert Crawford (ankle) are questionable. S Harry Colon (hip), QB Tommy Hodson (right throwing hand), RB Jon Vaughn (head) are probable. . SAN DIEGO AT DENVER - Chargers: WR Anthony Miller (thigh) Is questionable. Broncos: LB Tim Lucas (leg) is out. LB Michael Brooks (foot), WR Derek Russell (groin) are doubttul. CB Kevin Clark (knee), CB Charles Oimry (thigh), DE Ron Holmes (shoulder) are questionable. C Keith Kartz (ankle), TE Clarence Kay (knee) are probable. SEATTLE AT KANSAS CITY - Sea-hawks: G Edwin Bailey (knee), LB Marcus Cotton (knee) are out. T Ronnie Lee (thigh) Is questionable. LB Rod Stephens (shoulder), RB Chris Warren (rib) are probable. Chiefs: WR-KR Fred Jones (knee), CB Albert Lewis (knee), WR Stephone Paige lknee),CB Jayice Pearson (toe), RB Barry Word (hip) are questionable. T Derrick Graham (ankle), DE Neil Smith (quad), LB Derrick Thomas (quad), are probable. Hockey NHL preseason National Hockey League WEDNESDAY'S GAMES Toronto 4, Detroit 3 St. Louis 4, Minnesota 2 Calgary 7, Team USA 3 THURSDAY'S GAMES N Y. Rangers 5, N.Y. Islanders 2 Philadelphia 5, New Jersey 3 Minnesota 5, St. Louis 4 Toronto 5, Quebec I Edmonton 5, Buffalo 3 Horse Racing Turfway entries FRIDAY NIGHT First post time 7 p.m. lst-S20,200, 2YO, mdn, 6"if. 1 Orbitout (121 Wydlck) 20-1 2 Baron Lavalle (121 Cox) 15-1 3 Choctaw Ridge (121 Bruin) 5-2 4 Jake Commemorate ( 121 Mella) 12-1 5 Colony Sound ( 121 Esplnoza) 10-1 6 Odds Are (!21Bowlds) 4-1 7Ackler (121 Moss) 15-1 8 Call Me Clever (121 McDowell) 8-1 9 Wealthy Scholar (121 Johnson J.) 8-1 ID Truth and Reality (H6Arglo) 5-1 1 1 Turkey Sweep (121 D'Amo T.) 20-1 12 Truthorconsequencel 121 Allen) 12-1 Scratched: Alphatero. 2nd-S6,000, 3YO up,, cl, lml. 1 State Budget ( 1 00 Par sley ) 5-2 2 Bra Bold ( 1 13 Troilo) 15-1 3 Donalds Boy (lULague) 30-1 4 Shooed Away (113 Costa) 20-1 5 Sir Bat Man (lUSunserl) 15-1 6 Roman Event (IllCooksey) 4-1 7Execucat (116 Woods) 3-1 BLuckyLydie (113Wydick) 15-1 9Comairpac (U3Tsuchiya) 20-1 10 Distinctive Win (ll3Marte) 15-1 11 Rensselaer (111 Arguelio) 8-1 12 Rotten Mountain! 109 Espinoza) 12-1 Scratched: Green Lad, Brown St. Bound, Post Flag, Sovereign Star. 3rd-S9,IOO, 2YO, fillies, mdn, cl. 6f. IMeDarlin' (!21Wydick) 3-1 2 a-Kiss Me I'm Yrs (1l3Prsly) 4-1 3 Permian Habitat (llBCosta) 8-1 4 Lady Marian (l2INeagle) 15-1 5 Uptown Chic (116 Arguelio) 8-1 6GoldDreamer ( 118 Gomez E.) 20-1 7CoralReefer (118McDowell) 10-1 8 Miss E ( 121 Lopez R.) 5-1 9Suntaz (118 Troilo) 12-1 10 Diamond Shell (111 Sexton) 12-1 Ha-SoFoolish (121Neff) 4-1 12 North Star Twinkle (121 Bruin) 6-1 a-Coupled. Scratched: Diamond Lil, No Pas sion, Hopester, Darlin Mary. 4th-S11,900, 3YO up, 14m, cl, V l16mi. I Donna Darling ( 113 Arguelio) 5-1 2SlewpyLady (103 Parsley) 8-1 3 Lovely Charm (120Lague) 10-1 4RueDesire (114D'AmicoT.) 8-1 5 Hillian (113Horton) 10-1 6 Capture The Gray (120McDwl) 9-2 7 speckled Guinea (118 Troilo) 3-1 8 Ticklish Fashion (116 Woods) 4-1 9 Student 0 Prague (UONeff) 10-1 5th-S9,200, 3YO up, Cl, 1ml. 1 Austrian Landing (112 Cox) 5-1 2 Rckt Eightyeight (118JhnsnJ.) 6-1 3 Silver Ole (112Cooksey) 8-1 4 Golden Temple (116Marte) 15-1 5 Uncrowned King (!15Deegan) 20-1 6 Cool Approach (115 Estrella) 8-1 7 Oh So Noble (107 Arguelio) 4-1 SRedoySetGo (115Neagle) 8-1 9 Delta Man (119 Mella) 12-1 10 Really In Style (116Wydlck) 20-1 1 1 El Brillo (116 Bruin) 5-1 12Benomen (112Neffl 10-1 Scratched: Cold Ruler, Shirley's Sweetie, Batim Out, Soldier Course. 6th-S22,9O0, 3YO up, f&m, alw. 1 Reine De Danse (113 Deegan ) 8-1 2 Degree (113 Bruin) 6-5 3 Star Lilly (llOMelancon) 5-2 4Winterlude (110 Johnson P.) 7-2 5 Universal Hope (110 Bass) 12-1 6 Tales Creek Lady (HOMcDwl) 50-1 7 Prosper In Gold (llOCooksey) 81 7th-S22,900, 2YO, alw, 6f. 1 Mary's Betting Big (1 12 Costa) 15-1 2 King Tyler ( 121 Lopez R.) 4-1 3 Shiny Pocket ( 1 12 Johnson J.) 5-1 4 Hickory Hollow (112 McDowell) 7-2 5 Brick's Image (lie Bruin) 3-1 6 Serenade Mountain (l!2Wydk) 5-1 7 Blister Bug (!12Melancon) 9-2 8th-S22,900, 3YO up, lm, alw, 6"af. IPureSugar (113Neaole) 20-1 2 Summer In The Air ( 1 10 Netf ) 9-2 3 Fire Alarm (116 Bruin) 7-2 4TopPaddler (113 Woods) 3-1 5 Ferber's Follies (105 Arguelio) 5-2 6 Japanned (113 Wydlck) 10-1 7 High View (113D'AmlcO) 20-1 e Promenade Fan (105 Parsley) 5-1 th-S24,7O0, 3YO up, alw, lml. 1 Game Hope (lUCooksey) 10-1 2 Infrared Ray (109 Bruin) 7-2 3 Fifty Two Skiddo (113Neagle) 4-1 4 Mr. Stalwart ( 109 Melancon) 9-5 5 Bob's Resort (113 Bass) 3-1 6 Ogden Naskro (110 D'Amico T.) 8-1 10th-S300,0O0, 3YO, The Pegasus, (Simulcast from The Meadowlands). l'ml. ISt. Alegis (111 Velazquez J ) 20-1 2KingMutesa (H2MiglioreR.) 8-1 3 Valley Crossing (114 Krone J.) 6-1 4 Sultry Song ( 114 Antley C.) 5-1 5 Thundrbfrthstrm (lllMrqzC.) 20-1 6DoctorFish (111 Cotton R.) 15-1 7 Scan (119 Santos J.) 2-1 8 Sea Cadet ( 119 Soils A.) 8-5 !lth-S9,100, 3Y0 up, mdn, cl, f. 1 Justa Reddogger (UeDoser) 15-1 2 Steel McNally (110 Knott) 8-1 3RedoyBoy UlBLague) 7-2 4Gamelon ( 118 Gomez E.) 20-1 5 Hit The Bricks (118 McDowell) 10-1 6 Minnesota Sky (113 Arguelio) 8-5 70neForLord (llSSexton) 30-1 8 Surt Native (HBBruIn) 8-1 9 Demand A Raise (122 Garcia J.) 15-1 lOBitehnnlun (115 Solomon N.) 12-1 1) Got The Blade (lie Hughes) 15-1 12 Gnome's Silver (118 Troilo) 20-1 Scratched: Me And llty, Jabbar, Fulltable. Turfway results THURSDAY NIGHT Weather Clear. Track Fast. HI 7,400, cl, mdn 2YO, 1 M6ml. Coax Me Noll Marie) 29 80 1140 6 00 So Charged IBowlds) 10.80 7.20 Amy's Buckeye ICooksey) 8.20 Off 7:01. Time 1:51 2-5. Scratched-Den-cln On The Wall, Me And llty, Tersom, Winter's Work. 2nd-S,900, cl, 3YO up, VM. Eternal Joy (Estrella) 73.40 22.40 I J 60 Crimson Nape (Gomez) 7.80 4.60 Max Prospector (McDowell) 3.40 Off 7:26. Time 1:19. Scratched-American Style, Comairpac, Robin's Folly, Stone Harbor Jim. Dally Double (4-6) paid 1634.00. Exacta 16-4) paid $365.60. Jrd-7,600, cl, mdn 3YO up, lml. TcTcTc Kabom (McDwl) 5.60 4.00 3.20 No Bounds (Beach) 17.60 8.60 Like Father (Parsley) 340 I99I RAISED ROOF FULL SIZE CONVERSION VAN J SO Vfl, IO' toJoi TV, mjIo overdrive, front ft fMi 4r pwr window. A tochi. Am I'm cm . U gallon iitnk. tilt wheel, ipred control, flea iteel furniture 4SA6 $1000 Rebate Deducted D. St. K. Off 7:53. Time 1:39 4-5. Scratched-Ga-melon, Hit The Bricks, Solarshines, Thomas Exacla (2-4) paid $142.20. 4th-12,500, cl, 1YO up, 6f. SheereenGul (Parsley) 3.80 3.40 2 60 Say You Can (Bruin) 5.40 3 00 Lostanau (Johnson) 2.60 Off 8:20. Time 1:11 1-5. Exacta 13-6) paid 122 40. 5th-9,100, Cl, 3YO up, 4'!f. Jan's Flitter (Lopez) 4.80 3 20 2.60 Artie Vicky (D'Amico) 5.80 4 40 CharmiTg Morning (Bruin) 3.80 Off 8:48. Time 1:18 4-5. Scratched-AI-kene, Banisher, Dreamln' Of Bucks, She Do Perfect. Exacta (1-8) paid $30.40. Trlrecta (1-8-7) paid $167.40. 6th-11,900, cl, 3YO up, l'ml. Don't Rule Me Out (Bruin) 8.80 5 60 340 GiniMcCown (Wydlrk) 7.40 480 War Hammer (Sexton) 8 80 Oft 9:18. Time 1:52. Exacla 19 6) paid $86.00. Pick Three (3-1-9) paid $37 80. 7th-23,W0, ale, 2YO, lml. Hitch (Cox) 340 2 40 2 10 A.M. Sweetheart (Melancon) 4.20 2.10 Boulder Junction (Lopez) 2.10 Off 9:45. Time 1:38 4-5. Scratched-Grey Holme. Exacta (1-41 paid $11.20. 8th-23,100, ale, 3YO up, lml. New Madrid (Johnson) 7.00 3.40 2.20 Forty Links (Bruinl 3.60 2.20 Hind Most (Troilo) 2.20 Oft 10:10. Time 1:37 3-5. Exacta (7-4) paid $25.20. Pick Six (2-3-1-9-1-7) paid 474.80 (12 tickets). 5 Wins paid $9.00 ( 106 tickets). 9!h-28,2M, ale, 3YO up, 6f. Dynawite (Miller) 7.60 3.00 2 20 Mine Again ICooksey) 3.20 2 40 Springhurst (Arguelio) 3.20 Otl 10:37. Time 1:11 3-5. Exacta (5-6) paid $19.00. Pick Three (1-7-5) paid $42.60. 101h-7,200, Cl, 3YO up, 6f. Flomarra (Arguelio) 9.60 5.60 4 80 Kildal Johnson) 4.80 4.20 Al'sOrk Sir (Estrella) 9.80 OH 11:03. Time 1:13. Scratched-Baron Bob, Hinkslon Creek, Oto No Blessing, Todd's Point Road Daily Double (5-6) paid $39 60. Exacta 16-9) paid $2840. Trifecta 16-9-8) paid $480 80. Attendance 3,874. ITW Attendance 3.486. Total Attendance 7,360. Handle $48070500. ITW $561,118.00. Total Handle $1,041,823.00. Lebanon entries FRIDAY NIGHT First post time 7:30 p.m. 1 Conditioned Pace, $1,100 Trim Akjro (V. Gomez I, Billy Burner (B. Holland), Lady Luck (D. Miller), Tony's Escort (T. HaH), Keyste's Fifth (J. Dailey), Alert Casey B ID. Routzong), That's My Boy Rod (E. Ledford), Harry 2 (M. Winters), Dean Littlebit (TBA), AE-Ms. Olga (C. Wright). 2 Conditioned Pace, $1,000 - Special Jockey (B. Long Jr.), Smore Kash (D. Mouser), Kupp Two (T. Hall), Billy Velvet (M. Evers), Wizard Of Ink (G. Brumbaugh), Alvarado (D. Routzong), Frlsky's Hurricane (E. Ledford), Ad A Tag (R, Taubert), Set To Music (J. Eckstein). 3 Conditioned Pace, $2,000 - Pala Pada (B. Holland), Charming Pacer ( J. Dailey), Adorable Falcon (TBA), Pine Lane Katy (D. Routzong), My Little Pony (R. Herron), Bright Eyed Lil (J. Bright), Sister Sunray (K. Justice), Homemade Hanover (E. Spalding). 4 Claiming Pace, $1,100 - Sun Bird Tradition (D. Miller), Gifted One IB. Troute), Night Scope (J. McNabb), JW. Bert (C. Wright), Masterson Choice (TBA), My Hit's Golden IR. Harper), Woody Hi (TBA), Dangerman GB. (D. Routzong), Arnold (TBA), AE-Pass The Hat (R. Dingle-dine). 5 Conditioned Pace, $2,000 Sandy Sue Style (D. Routzong), Dust My Broom (TBA), Lady Byrd Ira (R Kreitzer), Designing Lady (TBA), Tango In The Night (R. Taubert), Rappin Ruby (D. Miller), Super Plus (TBA). 6 Conditioned Pace, $2,000 Dear Domitlan IE. Lediord), Adorable Kayla (R. Cook), Chairmanario (D. Mouser), Classy Raider (D. Miller), Bakerlield Bandit (TBA), Iza General IT. Prickett), Kounty Boy Fame (TBA), Daddy Did (R. Taubert), Spirit Ot Ohio (C. Smith), AE-Going Wild (M. Evers). 7 Conditioned Pace, $1,000 Flo Snurrles (D. Miller), Yam's Skipper (T. Hall), J.P. Joy (T. Hope), Ace N Lace (TBA), Shine (P. Crews), CHS Cress (M. Wilder), Royal Majority (R. Taubert), Majestic P.M. (J. Eckstein), Night Long Miracle (M. Wallace). 8 Claiming Pace, $1,400 - Lirs Lil (K. Justice), Pine Lane Sassy (M. Ober), Like The Wind (B. Henman), Trumpet Alma-hurst (R. Cook), Magic Banner (J. Eckstein), T.S. Skipper (T. Sharp), Crown Time Oily (D. Ater), Good N Fancy (D. Miller), Exciting Lady IB. Sirett). 9 Conditioned Pace, $1,300 - Bo Bo (S. Coven), Marge's Ben ID. Burke), Uncle Jerry (K. Justice), Wimble (B. Troute), yat's My Happy (T. Hope), Velvet Hammer (M. Evers), Good Seem You (R. Cook), Stylish Ira (TBA), RW. Red (J. Crews), AE-Crown Time Rutledge (D. Williams). 10 Conditioned Pace, $4,500 She's Here (L. Wiegand), Edgewood Regal (D. Miller), Pinehill Dottie (TBA), Crown Time Cheerio (D. Ater), Jill's Image (D. Routzong), Nanih Walya (E. Spalding), Stylish Dee (TBA), Farmer's Girl (K. Justice). 11 Claiming Pace, $1,000 Captain Nick (TBA), Brown Gazelle (E. Jennings), Mr. Bexley (R. Cook), Jewel K Faith (TBA), Slick Sum (T. Hall). Plata Ore (M. McNabb), Bashful Beau (C. Wright), Frilzie Cool (M. McNabb), E.T. Mahone ID. Miller), AE-Sot The Frost (TBA). Lebanon selections BY THE RAILBIRD 1. Harry Z, Trim Alegro, Lady Luck. 2. Billy Velvet, Alvarado, Special Jock y- 3. Pala Pada, Homemade Hanover, Pine Lane Katy. 4. Masterson Choice, Sun Bird Tradition, Night Scope. 5. Rappin Ruby, Designing Lady, Sandy Sue Style. 6. Classy Raider, Kounty Boy Fame, uear uomnian. 7. Shine, Flo Snurrles, Royal Majority, 8. Pine Lane Sassy, Good N Fancy, Crown Time CHIy. 9. Velvet Hammer, Bo Bo, Good Seein YOU. 10. Pinehill Dottle, Crown Time Cheerio, Farmer's Girl. II. E.T. Mahone, Mr. Bexley, Fritzle LOOI. BEST BET: Billy Velvet. 1990 FULL Slfc STARCRAFT CONVERSION V8, Auto Overdrive, Power Window!. Power torki. Titt Wtwel, Speed Conitot, AMFM Casiette, Color TV, 4 Captain i Chain, Sofa 46SS FredWadsworth 36-35 - 71 Dave Eichelberger 36-35 -71 LonHinkle 35-36-71 JayDelsing 16-35-71 Mike Nicolette 36-15-71 Marco Dawson 38-3371 Bill Buttner 39-12-71 Sean Gorgone 30-14-72 Vancouver 4, Winnipeg 2 Pittsburgh vs. Calgary at Denver, Colo., night San Jose at Los Angeles, night FRIDAY'S GAMES Boston at Montreal, 7:35 p.m. Chicago vs. Buffalo at Rochester, N Y., 7:35 p.m. Hartlord vs. Washington at Nortoh, Ve., 7:35 p m. N.Y. Rangers at New Jersey, 7:35 p m. Minnesota vs. Vancouver at Milwaukee, 8:35 p.m. Safeco Classic SEATTLE - Scores Thursday after the first round of the LPGA Saleco Classic, played on the 6,222-yard, par 36-16-72 Meridian Valley Country Club. Brandie Burton 31-34-65 Rosie Jones ........ 32-36 -68 Mitli Edge 35-33-61 Laurel Keen 37-31-61 Nancy White 35-33-68 Katie Peterson 36-33 -69 PatBredkty 35-14-69 JodyAnschuti 34-35-69 Robin Walton 34-35-69 Shirley Furlong ....34-35- 69 Maria Figueras-Oottl 35-35-70 Kate Rogerson 35-35-70 Cindy Figg-Currler 36-34-70 NoeileDaghe 34-36- 70 Diana Helnlcke-Rauch 34-34- 70 Tracy Kerdyk 36-34 - 70 Danielle Ammaccapane 35-35 70 Deedeelasker 36-34-70 Cindy Mackey 34-16-70 Today's question: What was unusual about the National League batting championship in 1940? Thursday's question: What former American League pitcher (1974-81) has all five vowels In his last name? Thursday's answer: Ed Figueroa who pitched for the Angels, Yankees and A s. 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