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w , D-2Scorcboard THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER Monday, September 23, 1991 TC 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, to return to the main menu. Then press 1 or 3 to hear the other scores you want. There is no charge tor the call. you can press 55 m 2. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE New York Jets at Chicago Bears, WCKY-AM (1530), 8:45 p.m. HORSE RACING Results from Lebanon Raceway, WLW-AM (700), 12:40 a.m. TALK SHOWS Bengals Report: WKRC-AM (550), 5:55 a.m., 8:55 a.m., and 3:55 p.m. John Madden: WLW-AM (700), WMOH-AM (1450), 6:25 a.m. Pete Rose: WCKY-AM (1530), 7:15 a.m., 6:45 p.m. Lou Plniella 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., 12:25 p.m. John Madden: WMOH-AM (1450), 12:15 p.m. NASCAR Today, WMOH-AM, (1450), 5:20 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. 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. TMC Football This Week: WCVG-AM (1320), 7 p.m. Dave Lapham: WKRC-AM (550), 7:05 p.m. Overnight Sportstalk: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. 9th. HBP-by Brantley (Or Jackson). WP-McCleilan. PB-Santiago. Umpires-Home, Williams, First, Marsh; Second, Wendel-Stedt; Third, Pu. T-2:43. A-10,954. AMERICAN LEAGUE Mariners 4 Royals Is 1 The Top Twenty Five teams in the Associated Press 1991 college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Sept. 21, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point tor a 25th- place vote, and previous ranking: Record Ptt Pv 1 Florida St. (48) 3-0-0 1.486 1 2 Miami (8) 2-0-0 1,412 2 3. Michigan(1) 2-0-0 1.375 3 4 Washington (3) 2-0-0 1.365 4 5. Tennessee 3-0-0 1.191 6 6 Oklahoma 2-0-0 1,166 7 7. Clemson 2-0-0 1,159 8 8 Notre Dame 2-1-0 1,000 11 9 Iowa 2-0-0 933 10 10 Penn St 3-1-0 870 12 tie. Syracuse 3-0-0 870 18 12 Baylor 3-0-0 850 14 13 Auburn 3-0-0 825 13 14 Florida 2-1-0 712 5 15. Ohio St 3-0-0 647 16 16. Nebraska 2-1-0 548 9 17 Colorado 2-1-0 534 19 18. Pittsburgh 3-0-0 503 20 19. Georgia Tech 2-1-0 498 17 20 California 3-0-0 344 24 21. Mississippi St 3-1-0 266 23 22. Alabama 2-1-0 151 23. North Carolina 2-0-0 136 24 Arizona St 2-0-0 124 25. Illinois 2-1-0 116 Other receiving votes: Texas A&M 114, N. Carolina St. 98, Air Force 65. UCLA 33. Mississippi 21. Fresno St 14, Kansas 13, Tulsa 13. Houston 8, West Virginia 8, Cent. Michigan 7, Georgia 6. Texas Christian 4, Louisville 3, Oregon 3, Southern Miss. 3, Texas 3, Indiana 2, Duke 1 . KANSAS CITY SEATTLE abrhbi abrhbl Thrmnlt 3 0 10 EMrtm 3b 4 2 2 I Esnrichrf 1 0 0 0 Rynkjs2b 3 12 1 McRaecf 4 10 0 GrtyJrcl 4 12 1 Pecota3b 4 0 10 OBrienlf 3 0 10 Trtabtl rf 3 0 10 Buhnerrf 10 0 0 Brett ph 10 11 ADavisdh 4 0 0 0 BMoorelf 0 0 0 0 Brileyrf 3 0 11 Bningr lb 4 0 2 0 TMrtnz lb 4 0 10 Mctrlne dh 3 0 0 0 Vuquel ss 3 0 10 Stllwenss 4 0 10 Vallec 4 0 10 Spehrc 2 0 10 KGbson ph 10 0 0 Maynec 10 0 0 Shmprt 2b 10 0 0 Seitiph 10 10 Berry 3b 0 0 0 0 Totals 33 I 9 1 Totals 33 411 4 Kansas City 000 000 010-1 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Philadelphia Phillies at Chicago Cubs. WGN-Cable, 8 p.m. NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE New York Jets at Chicago Bears, Channels 12, 2, 9 p.m. HORSE RACING Super Derby XII. (Taped), ESPN, 9 p.m. A Harness Racing College Football SOUTHWEST Arkansas 9, SW Louisiana 7 Arkansas Tech 14, McMurry 13 Auburn 14, Texas 10 Baylor 47, Missouri 21 Lindenwood 35, Hardin-Simmons 17 Midwestern St., Texas 32, Evangel 22 NE Oklahoma 21, Ark -Monticello 7 NW Oklahoma 27, Tarleton St. 21 Oklahoma 55, Utah St. 21 Panhandle St. 22, Langston IB SE Oklahoma 14, Ouachita 0 Sacramento St. 45, Abilene Christian 7 Sam Houston St. 16, Angelo St. 6 Texas All 35, Portland St. 14 Texas Christian 24, Oklahoma SI. 21 Texas-El Paso 14, NW Louisiana 0 Tulsa 35, Texas A8.M 34 W. New Mexico 31, Sui Ross St. 7 FAR WEST Air Force 21, San Diego St. 20 Arizona St. 32, Southern Cal 25 Boise St. 31, E. Washington 17 Cal St.-Fulerton 17, CS Northridge 10 California 23, Arizona 2) Cent. Washington 43, Oregon Tech 7 Colorado 58, Minnesota 0 Dickinson St. 25, Montana Tech 20 E. Oregon 63, Whitworth 20 Fresno St. 24, Oregon St. 20 Hawaii 30, Pacific U. 21 Humboldt SI. 35, Aiusa Pacific 0 Idaho 48, Montana St. 14 Lewis t Clark 32, Pacific, Ore. 13 Menlo 17, Claremont-Mudd 7 Nevada 72, North Texas 0 Occidental 31, Pomona-Pitzer 9 Pac. Lutheran 9, Linfield 8 S. Oregon 35, Puget Sound 35, tie San Diego 17, ReoTands 14 San Jose St. 32, Long Beach St. 20 Simon Fraser 31, Willamette 28 Sonoma St. 27, Cal Poly-SLO 7 St. Mary's, Cal. 51, Cal St -Hay ward 19 UC Davis 31, Santa Clara 21 UNLV 23, New Mexico 22 Utah 24, Oregon 17 W. Montana 21, Jamestown 13 W. Washington 35, W. Oregon 7 Wyoming 22, Texas Tech 17 NCAA summary SATURDAY'S GAME Baseball Today in baseball sept, n 1993 Steve Carlton recorded his 300th career victory as ProkJetphia beat St. Louis 6-2. 1984 - The Detroit Tigers beat the New York Yankees, 41, making Sparky Anderson the first manager to win more than 100 games in each league. Late box scores SATURDAY'S GAMES NATIONAL LEAGUE Padres. Giants. SAN FRAN Clayton ss Felderph Bnjrmnss McGeecf WCIark lb MaWlmJb Bass l Leonrd rf RThmpJt) Knnedy c McCHnp Herrph Brntley p Totals SAN DIEGO atorhbi 3 0 0 0 Roberts If 1 0 0 0 Howell 3b 0 0 0 0 TFrndi ss 4 0 10 FMcGr lb 4 0 0 0 Sntiagoc 3 10 0 Drjksncf 4 0 10 Teutel 2b 4 12 1 Howard rf 3 0 0 1 GHarrsp 4 0 1 0 MMdux p 2 0 10 Andrsn p 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 33 2 4 2 Totals abrhbl 5 2 4 0 4 10 0 4 0 11 10 10 4 0 11 3 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 32 3 7 3 San Francisco 000 000 HH-2 San Diego 001 020 OOx-3 E-WCIark (4), MaWilliams (16), Kennedy (a). LOB-San Francisco 6, San Diego II. 2B-Roberts (13). HR-Leonard (2). SB-McGee (15), Roberts (25), TFernan-de: (231, McGriff (4), Teufel (6). CS-San-tiaao (9). IP H RER BB SO San Francisco McClellanL,3-5 Brantley San Diego GHarris W.7-5 MMaddux 6 2 6ll IVl Andersen S. 11 1 MMaddux pitched to 1 batter in the Football Shula's career The career NFL coaching record of Miami head coach Don Shula, who wilt be seeking his 300th victory Sunday against Green Bay: Regular Season Year, Team W L T Pel. 1963 Baltimore 1 6 0 .571 1964 Baltimore-y 12 2 0 .157 1965 Baltimore 10 3 1 .769 1966 Baltimore 9 5 0 .643 1967 Baltimore 11 1 2 .917 1968 Baltimore-y 13 1 0 .929 1969 Baltimore I 5 1 .615 1970 Miami 10 4 0 .714 1971Miami-y 10 3 1 .769 1972 Miami-x ...... 14 0 0 1.000 1973 Miami-x 12 .857 .786 .714 .429 .714 .688 .625 .500 .719 .777 .750 .875 .750 .500 .533 .375 .500 .750 .500 .494 1974 Miami 1975 Miami 1976 Miami 1977 Miami 1978 Miami 1979 Miami 1980 Miami ,. I 1981 Miami 11 1982 Miami-y 7 1983 Miami 12 1984 Miami-y 14 1985 Miami 12 1986 Miami I 1987 Miami t 1988 Miami 6 1989 Miami I 1990 Miami 12 1991 Miami 2 4 2 Totals .. .213 125 Post-Season Year, Team W L T Pel. High School Boys golf OCC Invitational (at Fairfield GC, par 70) Team Standings: 1. Turpin 319; 2. Harrison 329; 3. Anderson 343; 4. Walnut Hils 345, 5 Norwood 347; 6 Winton Woods 361; 7. Northwest 375, 1. Glen Este 390, 9. Amelia 408. Co-Mtdalists: Elfers IT) and Meyer (HI with 5 over 75. Other low scores: Brooks (A) 78, Gruoer (T) 79, Schraer (T) 79. Prep schedule FOOTBALL Thursday, Sept. 26 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Chaminade Julienne vs. Dunbar at Welcome Stadium Hilcrest at Ludkiw, 7:30 p m. Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) (Metro County Conference) Aiken at Coteratn, 8 p.m. Mt. Healthy at Oak Hills Western Hilts at Withrow, 8 p.m. (Queen City Conference American) Amelia at Woodward Taft at Anderson Turpin at Glen Este (Southern Buckeye Conference) Bethel-Tate at Williamsburg Western Brown at New Richmond North College Hill at Clermont Northeastern (Mid Miami League) Miamisburg at Lemon-Monroe Franklin at Talawanda Bishop Fenwick at Lebanon Carroll at Edgewood (Cincinnati Nills League) Deer Park at CAPE Mariemont at Taylor Madeira at Indian Hill Wyoming at Reading Finneytown at Loveland (Queen City Conference - National) Northwest at Harrison Wmlon Woods at Walnut Hills Hughes at Norwood (Greater Miami Conference) Hamilton at Sycamore, 8 p.m. Middletown at Princeton, 8 p.m. Lima at Miltord, 8 p.m. Fairfield at Lakota, 8 p m. (Fort Ancient Valley Conference) Ross at Mason Little Miami at Goshen Sprlngboro at Blanchester (Greater Cincinnati League South) Elder at La Salle, 8 p.m. Moeller at St. Xavier Greater Cincinnati League - North) The Latest Line (Home Team In CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL National League a m j yEtc; Lebanon entries MONDAY NIGHT First post time 7:30 p.m. 1st: Claiming Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 -Frost's Advantage (B. Long Jr.), Fritzie Cool (M. McNabb), Gypsy Hal (E. Spalding), Total Destruction (B. Buxton), Skip The Onions (TBA), Learning To Fly (D. Routzong), Escort Lad (E. Ledford). 2nd: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 -Southern Trap (E. Young), Frisky's LB (TBA), Kick A Buck (D. Miller), Laugh N Gypsy (K. Justice), BBC (B. Troute), Chan-Ik's Hope IJ. Franklin), Small Creek (E. Honious), Super Du ID. Lowe), Special Blessing (C. Smith). 3rd: Claiming Trot, 1 mile, $1,100 - Psychic Phenomena (E. Deaton), Whata Notion (R. Haignere), Cracker Babe (K. Groganl, Bal Knife (D. Hawk), Justa Pen-nysworth (TBA), Crown Time Bomber (D. Miller I.Hamestead (E.Spalding), Say Ahhh 1 1. Nome), credibility Gap (5. Myers). 4th: Claiming Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 - Lady Kenyon (R. Tharps), Sunshine Candy (TBA), Summer Miss (T. Tharps), Silent Connection IE. Jennings), Cs Angel Baby lu. Miner), uazzimg Two step (tba), Er in's Dearie IE. Ledford), Snow Chip (TBA), Woe's Jetta IM. Miller), AE-Check Her Style IE. Deaton). 5th: Conditioned Trot, 1 mile, $1,200 - Amy Sue (M. Woebkenberg), Ima Goddess ID. Miller), Poppy Day (D. Ptister), New York Strip (R. Robbins), Norton Fan See (TBA), Downwyn Miss IT.D. Manley), Proud Kosmos (E. Ledford), Vilia Adonno (R.J. Brown), Corn Tassle (R. Turner). 6th: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 - Bad Claim (D. Miller), C'mon Faye (TBA), Miss Gemition (E. Ledford), Joe's Miss Special IR. Taubert), Happy Finale I J. Harvey), Girly Bay (TBA), Pam's Tar Baby (I. marps), sulky sweetie sue lb. Led ford), Naughty Lite (TBA), AE-Brookfield June (TBA). 7th: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 - Herculon's Becky (E. Jennings), Cathy Elizabeth (K. Justice), Dartaloo Osborne (TBA), Sugar Rose (S. Coven), Bet'RB Listening (TBA), Jewel K. Sponge (TBA), Swilt Class IP. Jones), Swilt Hostess (R.K. Harper), Fancy Encounter (L. Niem-czycki), AE-0 Honey (B. Troute). Sth: Conditioned Trot, 1 mile, $1,200 - Smart Fellar (T. Hackett), Zig (D, Yeazel), T.K. ID. Miller), Mystic's Child (S. Ferguson), Leta Di IH. Miller), Miss Linda Pride (R. Lovett), Super Ned (TBA), Iron Nail (WE. Miller), Cole's Shadow (E. Young). 9th: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 - Crown Time Harry (E. Griffin), Positive striker IU. Miller), M.c. Royal (M. Hogan Jr.), Right In The Kisser (K. Grogan), Prince George (J. Harvey), Sydney's Top Gun (C. Wright), J.L. Gleadon IR. Gehron), Pasco Teddy (R. McGuire), Stylish Scolty (TBA), AE-Lonesome Cowboy (TBA). 10th: Claiming Pace, 1 mile, $1,400 -B.J. Light (J. McNabb), Tango Style IG. Naston), Shannon Serenade (R. Cook), Bad To The Bone (T. Russell), Ram Spirit (D. Miller), Gale Shot (E. Ledford), Willing To Win (E. Geyer), Somkinda Bluegrass (T. Noble). 11th: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, $1,000 - C C. Littlebit IR. Gehron), Sail Inn Bloom (E. Jennings), Honkins Haio (T, Hall), Sura Try (T. Prickelt), Joe's Gi Gl Skipper (R. Taubert), KL's Bar Bee Que (TBA), Lorie's Gypsy (J. Reynolds), Sea Lane Donna (C. Wright), Pliable (T, Tharps), AE-Red Letter (D. Pflster). Selections BY THE RAILBIRD 1- Total Destruction, Escort Lad, Skip The Onions. 2- Kick A Buck, Frisky's LB, Smal Creek. 3-Justa Pennysworth, Bal Knife, Crown Time Bomber. 4-Dazzling Two Step, Lady Kenyon, Erin's Dearie. 5-Amy Sue, Downwyn Miss, Ima God dess. Seattle 210 MO OOx-4 DP-Seattle 3. LOB-Seattle 9. 2B-Tartabull -Kansas City 7, (34), Reynolds (32). HR-EMartlnez (14) . SB-Reynolds (26), Briley (21). CS-Valle 2 . S-Vizquel. IP H RER BB SO Kansas City GuDiciol.8-11 MDovis Crawford Seattle Fleming W.I-0 MJackson Swan Swilt Schooler Si 3VS 3 1 S 2 Vl Vi 1 Fleming pitched to 2 batters In the 6th, MJackson pitched to 1 batter in the th. HBP-by Fleming IMactarlane). um pires-Home, Cousins; First, Roe; Second, Reed; Third, Brinkmon. i -tm. 1964 Baltimore-y 0 1965 Baltimore ..., 0 1968 Baltimore-y 2 1970 Miami 1971 Miaml-y 1972 Miami-x 1973 Miami-x 1974 Miami .... 1971 Miami .... 0 1.000 0 1000 .000 1979 Miami... 0 1981 Miami 0 1982 Miami-y 3 1983 Miami 0 1984 Miami-y 2 1985 Miami 1 1990 Miami 1 Totals 17 Overall Total 300 x-Super Bowl winner y-Super Bowl or NFL Championship runnerup All-time rushers Through Sept. 22, 1991 (x-active) Art. Yards Avg. TO Walter Payton 3,838 16,726 4.4 110 Tony Oorsett ......2,936 12,739 4.3 77 Jim Brown 2,359 12,312 5.2 106 x-Eric Dickerson ..2,683 12,12 1 4.5 87 Franco Harris 2,949 12,120 4.1 91 JohnRiggins 2,916 11,352 3.9 104 O.J.Simpson 2,404 11,236 4.7 61 x-Ottis Anderson .2,536 10,199 4.0 81 Earl Campbell .2,187 9,407 4.3 74 Jim Taylor 1,941 8,597 4.4 83 x-active Active Players Closing In Gerald Riggs ........ 1,921 8,001 4.2 61 Marcus Allen 1,968 7,974 4.1 75 McNicholas at Roger Bacon, 8 pm (Miami Valley Conference) Landmark at Locklend Non League Kettering Alter vs. Holmes at Centervile East Clinton at Kings Saturday, Sept. 21 Greater Cincinnati League North) PurceH Marian at Hamilton Badin, 8 p.m. (Miami Valley Conference) Cincinnati CD at Batavia, 2 p.m. New Miami at Summit Country Day, 2 p.m. KENTUCKY FOOTBALL Thursday, Sept. 26 Hilcrest at Ludlow Friday, Sept. 27 (Games begin at 7:30 p.m. unless noted) Scott Co. at Beechwood Bellevue at Campbellsville, 8 p.m. Boone County at Bryan Station Newport at Campbell County Simon Kenton at Dayton Highlands at Scott Holmes at Kettering Alter Lloyd at Dixie MONDAY, SEPT. 23 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Aiken at Hughes, 4 p.m. Anderson at Withrow, 4 p.m. Cincinnati CD at Lockland, 4:30 p.m. Colerain at Harrison Kings at Edgewood, 5 p.m. Milford at Oak Hils North College Hi at Walnut Hilts Northwest at Glen Este Princeton at Ml. Healthy Seton at Mt. Notre Dame Western Hills at PurceH Marian Winton Woods at Hamilton GIRLS SOCCER Amelia at Anderson Bethel-Tate at Seven Hills, 4:30 p.m. Clermont Northeastern at Madeira Finneytown at Wyoming Hamilton Badln at Mercy, 6 p.m. Harrison at Ross, 5 p.m. Loveland at CCDS. 4:30 p m. Mason at Indian Hi McAuley at PurceH Marian, 5:30 p.m. North College Hi at Northwest Oak His at Milford Roger Bacon at Mt. Notre Dame, S 30 p.m. Seton at McNicholas, 5:30 p.m. Ursuline at St. Ursula, 5:30 pm Walnut His at Colerain Western HiHs at Deer Park, 5 p.m. Winton Woods at Glen Este BOYS SOCCER SCPA at St Bernard, 5 p.m. Taylor at Madeira Western HiHs at Deer Park College College results MEN'S SOCCER Michigan State 2, UC 1, OT Goals: MSU: Christensen, Petoskey; UC: Arsiman. Saves: UC: Schneider (3); MSU: Trese (7). Records: MSU: 4-3-0; UC: 1-3-1. Next game: Crosstown Shootout (Xa vier at UC), Wednesday, 6 p.m. Bradley 1, Xavier 0 Complete information not available. Miami 2, Ohio State 0 Tennis Davis Cup WORLD GROUP Semifinals At Kansas City United States 3, Germany 2 Singles Andre Agassi, Las Vegas, def. Michael Slich, Germany, 6-3, 6-1, 6-4. Jim Courier, Dade City, Fla., def. Carl- Uwe Steeb, Germany, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-4. Doubles Michael Slich and Eric Jelen, Germa ny, def. Scott Davis, Davie, Fla., and David Pale, Las Vegas, 7-6 17-3), 6-4, 6-4. Reverse Singles Michael Stich, Germany, def. Jim Cou rier, Dade City, Fla, 6-4, 7-5, 6-4. Andre Agassi, Las Vegas, del. Carl-Uwe Steeb, Germany, 6-2, 6-2, 6-3. At Pau, France France 5, Yugoslavia 0 Singles Guy Forget, France, def. Srdjan Mus-katirovic, Yugoslavia, 6-2, 6-1, 6-4. Fabrice Santoro, France, def. Slobodan Zivojinovic, Yugoslavia, 4-6, 7-5, 7-6 (7-0), 3-6, 6-3. Doubles Guy Forget and Arnaud Boetsch, France, def. Slobodan Zivojinovic and Srdjan Muskatirovic, Yugoslavia, 6-4, 6-3, 6-2. ZONE GROUP At Baden, Switzerland Switzerland S, New Zealand 0 Singles Golf B.C. Open ENDICOTT, N Y. - Final scores and prize money Sunday in the 5800,000 BC Open, ployed on the 6,966-yard, par-71 En-Joie Golf Club Course: Fred Couples $144,000 66-67-68-68 -269 Peter Jacobsen....s86.400 68-68-68-68 -272 Blaine McCallis1er$46,400 64-68-72-69 -273 Brad Faxon $44,400 65-64-71-73-273 David Peoples $32,000 69-70-66-69-274 LeeJanzen 128.800 73-68-65-69 - 275 Mark Lye S25.800 70-70-70-6 77 Steve Pale S25800 68-70-68-70- 276 Jerry Haas S20.8OO 70-70-70-67 - 277 Greg Twiggs S20.800 71-68-69-69- 277 Paul Broadhurst...S20,800 66-69-71-71-277 Mike McCuough.J20,800 70-70-66-71-277 Robert Wrenn $14,560 69-68-72-69-278 Billy Andrade $14,560 67-70-71-70-278 MarkWiebe $14,560 67-68-71-72-278 Lennie Clements..$14,560 69-67-71-71-278 MikeReid $14,560 68-67-71-72-278 Mike Smith $11,600 69-70-71-69 - 279 Emryn Aubrey $11,600 71-70-49-69 279 Tom Kite $8,992 70-73-70-67 - 280 Ken Green $8,992 72-71-69-68 - 280 Rocco Mediate $8,992 69-71-71-69-280 Dan PoW $8,992 71-69-70-70- 280 BiHy Mayfair $8,992 65-72-71-72-280 Bruce Fleisher $6,240 70-72-70-69-281 Barry Jaeckel $6,240 69-66-74-71281 Greg Br uckner $6,240 7 1-7 1-68-7 1 -28 1 Jay Haas $6,240 72-68-68-73-281 GregWhisman $6,240 69-70-66-76-281 Brad Bryant $4,754 73-70-69-70-282 Carl Cooper $4,754 73-69-70-70- 282 Dicky Thompson....$4,754 70-70-71-71-282 Curtis Strange $4,754 68-72-70-72 - 282 JimBenepe $4,754 70-69-70-73-282 EdHumenik $4,754 67-72-69-74 -282 Brian Kamm $4,754 70-70-66-76- 282 Area player SeanGorgone $1440 72-49-74-73- 281 Safeco Classic SEATTLE - Final scores and prize money Sunday in the $400,000 LPGA Safeco Classic, played on the 6,222-yard, par-36-36 - 72 Meridian Valley Country Club course (x-won piayotl on second hole): x-Pat Bradley $60,000 69-67-72-72-280 Rosie Jones $37,000 68-72-71-69 - 280 Dnlle Ammccpne. $27,000 70-72-72-68 - 282 Auto Racing Havoline 200 ELKHART LAKE, Wis. - Results Sunday from the Texaco-Havollne 200 race with starting position in parenthesis, hometown, car, laps completed, reason out, if any, prize money and winner's speed in miles per hour: 1. (3) Michael Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., Lola-Chevrolet, 50, $78,700, 126.205 (breaks race record of 122.803 set in 1989 by Danny Sullivan). 2. (2) Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., Lola-Chevrolet, 50, $66,100. 3. (6) Mario Andretti, Nazareth, Pa., Lola-Chevrolet, 50, $50,000. 4. (1) Bobby Rahal, Dublin, Ohio, Lola-Chevrolet, 50, $49,700. 5. (9) Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands, Lola-Chevrolet, 50, $39,550 6. (5) Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil, Penske-Chevrolet, 49, $35,900. 7. ( 10) Eddie Cheever, Aspen, Colo., Lola-Chevrolet, 49, $32,000. 8. (13) Mike Grolf, Northridge, Calif., Lola-Chevrolet, 49, $30,100. 9. 1 12) Scotl Goodyear, Canada, Lola-Judd, 48, $25,200. 10. ( 16) Wily T. Ribbs, San Jose, Calif., 1990 Lola-Cosworlh, 48, $25,520. 11. (17) Scott Braylon, Coldwater, Mich., Lola-Chevrolet, 48, $24,930. 12. (21) Hiro Matsushita, Japan, Lola-Cosworlh, 47, $24,000. Race Statistics Tlmeolrace-I:35:0501. Margin of victory 5.757 seconds. Caution flags-None. Lead changes 5 among 2 drivers. Series point leaders-Mi.Andrettl 197, Rahal 184. Unser 169, Mears 133, Fittipaldi 123. Luyendyk 109, Ma Andretti 108, Jo Andretti 101, Cheever 75, Pruett 61. Goody's 500 MARTINSVILLE, Va. - Results Sunday from the NASCAR Goody's 500 Winston Cup race at Martinsville Speedway with starting position In parentheses, hometown, car, laps completed, reason out, if any, prize money and winner's average speed in miles per hour: 1. (12) Harry Gant, Taylorsvllle, N.C., FOOTBALL National Football League Lei Angeles Raiders-Waived Doug Lloyd, running back, from the practice squad, Activated Marcus Wilson, running back, from the practice squad. Miami Dolphins-Placed Ferrell Edmunds, light end, on inkired reserve. Activated Charles Henry, tight end, from the NFL preseason NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Saturday's Games Boston 5, Montreal 1 N Y. Rangers 5, Washington 4 Winnipeg 4, Quebec 1 Detroit 4, Philadelphia 2 Hartford 5, New Jersey 4, OT Edmonton 4, Toronto 4, tie Vancouver 5, Minnesota 2 St Louis 4, Chicago 3 Pittsburgh 4, Los Angeles 1 - mlmimimimm. at. 0 Deals Hockey Goals Walsh, Momeme. Shutout Adamonis (5) Records: M 42. NKU 3, IPFW 1, OT Goals: NKU: Gruenwald 2, Derenthal, IPFW ButJ. Records NKU 5-2, (2-1 GLVC), IFPW 4-2 ( 1-1 ). Next gome: Wed., at 5 p.m., vs. Transylvania. WOMEN'S SOCCER Michigan State 2, Cincinnati 0 Goals: MS: Winslow, DeWitt. Shutout Turner (4). Records: MS 3-3, UC 2-3. Next game: Host Xavier al 4 p.m., Wednesday. Marc Rosset, Switzerland, def. Brett Steven. New Zealand, 7-5, 6-4, 6-4. Jakob Hlasek, Switzerland, def. Kely Evernden, New Zealand, 7-6 (7-2), 6-4, 6-3. Doubles Jakob Hlasek and Marc Rosset, Swit zerland, def. Kelly Evernden and Brett Ste ven, New Zealand, 4-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-3, 6-4. At Havana, Cuba Canada 3, Cuba 1 Singles Mario Tabares, Cuba, def. Andrew Sznajder, Canada, 6-3, 2-6, 3-6, 6-3, 8-6. Grant Connell, Canada, def, Juan Pino, Cuba, 7-6 (7-2), 6-3, 6-2. Doubles Grant Connel and Sebastien Lareau, Canada, def. Mario Tabares and Juan Pino, Cuba, 6-4, 7-4 (7-4), 4-6, 4-6, 6-4. Nichirei Int'l TOKYO - Results Sunday of the 1350,000 Nichirei International Ladies Tennis Championships at Ariake Colosseum (seed- ings in parentheses): Women Singles Championship Monica Seles (I), Yugoslavia, def. Mary Joe Fernandez (2), Miami, 6-1, 6-1. Doubles Championship Mary Joe Fernandez ( 1 , Miami, and Pam Shriver, Baltimore, def. Carrie Cunningham, Livonia, Mich., and Laura Gilde- meister, Peru, 6-3, 6-3. Brandie Burton $17,333 65-76-71-71-283 Dottie Mochrie $17,333 73-67-72-71-283 MitziEdge $17,333 68-69-73-73-283 Julilnkster $10,000 74-71-73-66-284 Deedee Lasker $10,000 70-69-72-73-284 KrisMonaghan $10,000 72-71-67-74-284 Judy Dickinson $10,000 73-68-68-75 284 Maria Fgras-Dtti.. $7,300 70-73-7349-285 Cindy Mackey $7,300 70-74-71-70- 285 Nancy Scranton $6,400 75-70-71-70-286 Jody Anschulz $6,400 69-71-74-72-286 Laurie Rinker $5,800 72-71-75-69-287 Cindy Figg-Currier.$5,400 70-72-74-72288 VickiFergon $4,428 71-75-73-70-289 Pearl Sinn ....$4,428 74-72-72-71-289 Barb Mucha $4,428 7 1-74-72-72-289 Pally Sheehon $4,428 75-69-73-72- 289 Donna White $4,428 74-70-73-72- 289 Michelle McGann...$4,428 75-68-74-72- 289 Missie Berteotti $4,428 74-68-74-73- 289 Anne-Marie Palll....$4,428 71-73-71-74-289 JeneCrafter $4,428 75-67-73-74-289 Robin Hood $3,580 73-71-72-74 - 290 Michele Estill $3,580 71-75-67-77 - 290 Area player Diana Hncke-Rch $402 70-78-75-78- 301 Senior Championship ALPHARETTA, Ga. - Final scores and prize money Sunday in the $700,000 PGA Seniors Nationwide Championship played on the 6,677-yard, par 36-36-72 Country Club of the South course: Mike Hi $105,000 70-71-71-212 Tom Shaw $60,800 75-69-69-213 Dewitt Weaver $50,000 71-73-71-215 George Archer 533,733 74-73-69-216 JimAlbus $33,733 70-75-7121 Gibby Gilbert... $33,733 76-47-73- 216 ArnokjPalmer $20,115 71-74-72-217 Jim Colbert $70,115 69-75-73-217 JimDent 520,115 66-76-75 -217 Charles Coody $20,115 67-72-78-217 Dick Hendrlckson $20, 115 72-69-76 - 217 Bobby Nichols $12,918 73-74-71-218 Dale Douglass $12,918 74-73-71-218 Ben Smith $12,918 71-75-72-211 JimFerree $12,918 73-70-75-218 Don January $12,918 71-72-75-218 AIGeiberger $12,918 73-49-76-218 Chi Chi Rodriguez $8,573 74-73-72-219 Oldsmobile Cutlass, 500, $64,000, 74.535 mph. 2. (2) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Buick Regal, 500, $36,625. 3. (5) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N C, Chevrolet Lumina, 500, $30,350. 4. (13) Ernie Irvan, Modesto, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, 500, $19,300. 5 (1) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark Ford Thunderbird, 500, $24,575. 6. (26) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christl, Texas, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 500, $12,900. 7. (7) Rusty Wallace, SI. Louis, Ponti-ac Grand Prix, 500. $11,500. 8. 14) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Chevrolet Lumina, 500, $15,300. 9. (9) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo Chevrolet Lumina, 500, $10,700. 10. (18) Jimmy Hensley, Ridgeway, Va, Pontlac Grand Prix, 500, $11,300. Race Statistics Time of race-3:3!:42. Margin of victory 1.13 seconds. Caution flags 15 for 81 laps. Lead changes-20 among 12 drivers. Points leaders-Earnhardt 3,570, Rudd 3.511, Irvan 3,388, Allison 3,271, Martin 3,225, Gant 3,206, Schrader 3,175, Merlin 3,102, D.Waltrip 3,089, Wallace 3,004. Portuguese GP ESTORIL, Portugal - The order of finish Sunday of the Portuguese Grand Prix, 71 laps on the 2.703-mile Autodromo circuit, total ot 191.91 miles with driver, country, car, time and leader's speed: 1. Riccardo Palrese, Italy, Williams-Renault, 1 hour, 35 minutes, 42.304 seconds, 120.314 mph. 2. Ayrton Senna, Brazil, McLaren-Honda, 20.941 seconds behind. 3. Jean Alesl, France, Ferrari, 53.554. 4. Pierluigi Martini, Italy, Minardi-Fer-rari, 1:03.498. 5. Nelson Piquet, Brazil, Benetton-Ford, 1:10.033. Driver Standings (After 13 races) 1. Ayrton Senna, Brazil, 83 points. 2. Nigel Mansel, Britain, 59. 3. Riccardo Patrese, Italy 44. 4. Gerhard Berger, Austria, 31. 5. Alain Prost, Ferrari 25. practice squad. HOCKEY National Hockey League New Jersey Devils-Signed Valerl Ze-lepukhln, right wing. St. Louis Blues-Traded Rod Brlnd'A-mour and Dan Quinn, centers, to the Philadelphia Flyers lor Ron Sutter, center, and Murray Baron, defenseman. Sunday's Games Buffalo 4, Toronto 2 Montreal 2, Edmonton 1 Philadelphia 4, Detroit 2 Washington 3, N Y. Rangers 3, lie Quebec 3, San Jose 2 St. Louis 3, Chicago 2 Monday's Games New Jersey at N.Y, Rangers, 7:35 p.m Quebec vs. Toronto at Kitchener, Oh tarlo, 7:35 p.m. Minnesota al Winnipeg, 1:35 p.m. mi m. W kei. A a. asm m . Mt College scores SATURDAY'S GAMES EAST Allegheny 37, Oberlin 2 American Intl. 47, Springfield 31 Bethany.W.Va. 58, Duquesne 40 Coast Guard 46, Worcester Tech 34 Dartmouth 21, Perm 15 Delaware 42, Rhode Island 7 Delaware St. 13, Tow son St. 7 Harvard 21, Columbia 16 Holy Cross 27, Boston U. 23 Lehigh 35, Connecticut 19 Massachusetts 10, Maine 3 Millersville 34, Norfolk St. 16 New Haven 48, Clarion 42 North Carolina 20, Army 12 Penn SI. 33, Brighom Young 7 Princeton 18, CorneH 0 Rutgers 22, Northwestern 18 St. Lawrence 39, Canislus 6 Syracuse 38, Florida 21 W. Virginia SI. 14, W Va. Weslyn 13 William i, Mary 26, Navy 21 Wiliams 15, Hamilton 0 Yale 36, Brown 20 SOUTH Ala.-Birmlngham 34, Washington 8, Lee 21 Alabama 10, Georgia 0 Alabama St. 18, Alcorn St. 13 Austin Peoy 17, Kentucky St. 6 CampbeHsviUe 27, Cumberland, Tem. 24 Carson-Newman 52, Wingate 35 Catholic U. 10, Randolph-Macon 7 Clemson 37, Temple 7 Duke 42, Colgate 14 E. Kentucky 17, Middle Term 7 East Carolina 47, Cent. Florida 25 Georgia Southern 28, Florida A&M 21 Grambiing St. 24, Tennessee St. 21 Jackson St. 31, Stephen F.Austin 16 Jacksonville St. 50, West Georgia 24 James Madison 31, Appalachian St. 8 LSU 16, Vanderbilt 14 Liberty 39, W. Virginia Tech 11 Livingstone 28, Lees-McRae 7 MaryvUle, Term. 21, Centre 5 McNeese St. 31, Montana 3 Memphis St. 31, Arkansas St. 21 Miss. Valley St. 56, Miles 0 Mississippi 38, Ohio U. 14 Morris Brown 23, Tuskegee 21 N. Carolina St. 30, Wake Forest 3 NichoHs SI. 25, Troy St. 17 Rice 28, Tulane 19 S. Carolina St. 10, Howard U. S South Carolina 28, Virginia Tech 21 Southern Miss. 39, Colorado SI. 7 Southern u. 38, Texas Southern 30 Tenn. Wesleyan 20, Tusculum 0 Tennessee 26, Mississippi St. 24 Tn -Chattanooga 33, Citadel 26 Union, Ky. 24, Lambulh Con. 23 VMI 42, Lafayette 21 Vaktosta St. 7, Fort Valley St. 0 Villanova 35, Richmond 3 Virginia Union 49, Hampton U. 13 W. Carolina 29, E. Tennessee St. IS W. Kentucky 48, Morehead St. 21 West Virginia 37, Maryland 7 Winston-Salem 32, Virginia St. 19 MIDWEST Adrian 26, Defiance 3 Albion 20, Kenyon 13 Alma 21, Franklin 19 Ashland 51, California, Pa. 10 Augustana.lH. 41, Minn.-Morrls 8 Aurora 25, Concordia, in. 13 Baker 50, Ottawa, Kan. 13 Baldwin-Wallace 55, Hiram Col. 6 Ban St. 21, Kent 27 Beioit 34, Grinnel 0 Bethel, Minn. 32, Augsburg 3 Bowling Green 20, Cincinnati 16 Butler 33, Grand Valley SI. 0 Capital 16, Otterbein 7 Carnegie-Mellon 37, Chicago 0 Carthage 27, Carrol, Wis. 20 Case Western 22, Washington, Mo. 21 Cent. Iowa 28, Buena Vista 7 Cent. Methodist 35, William Jewell 34 Cent. Michigan 31, Akron 29 Dayton 50, Anderson 7 Doane 34, Sioux Falls 23 Emporia St. 23, Mo. Western 22 Evansville 26, Ky. Wesleyan 0 Ferris St. 23, Hillsdale 16 Fort Hays St. 28, Colorado Mines 24 Friends 38, Kansas Weslyn 7 Georgetown, Ky. 78, Urbana 25 Graceland 17, William Penn 6 Hanover 37, Mount SI. Joseph's 12 Harding 35, Iowa Weslyn 31 Hope 31, Drake 28 in. Benedictine 26, Rose-Hulman 16 Illinois 51, Houston 10 Illinois St. 42, SE Missouri 7 Indiana 13, Kentucky 10 Indiana St. 39, Concord 8 Indianapolis 28, St. Joseph's, Ind. 10 John Carrol 42, Marietta 7 Kalamaioo 45, Lakeland 7 Kansas 54, New Mexico St. 14 Kansas St. 34, N. Illinois 17 Knox 24, Principle 20 Lake Forest 18, Illinois Col. t Loras 18, Luther 6 Louisiana Tech 17, E. Michigan 14 Manchester 38, Earlham 22 Mayville St. 35, Huron 13 Michigan Tech 58, Trinity, II. 7 Mount Union 13, Ohio Northern 10 Muskingum 28, Heidelberg 21 NE Missouri 14, Washburn 7 NW Missouri St. 21, Missouri-Rola 20 Nebraska Weslyn 21, Missouri Val. 14 North Central 49, Elmhurst 24 North Dakota 36, S. Dakota St. 10 Northwestern, Iowa 34, Midland 27 Notre Dame 49, Michigan St. 10 Ohio St 33, Washington St. 19 Ohio Weslyn 21, DePauw IS Olivet 36, Taylor 7 Pittsburg St. 23, SW Baptist 17 Rocky Mountain 15, S. Dakota Tech 9 S. Illinois 21, N. Iowa 20 SW Minnesota 46, Peru St. 10 SW Missouri SI 61, Prairie View 0 Saginaw Val. St. 14, N. Michigan 7 Simpson 27, Wartburg 17 Thomas More 34, Bkjtfton 3 Toledo 23, W. Michigan 13 W. Illinois 27, St. Ambrose 7 Wabash 16, Demson 15 Washington 36. Nebraska 21 Wayne, Mich. 21, Valparaiso 9 Wayne, Neb. 22, Wis -Stevens PI. 17 West Liberty 31, Tiffin 21 Westminster, Pa. 21, Flndlay 0 Wheaton 24, Winols Weslyn 24, tie Wisconsin 7, towa SI. t Wittenberg 39, Wooster i Youngstown St. 57, Morgan St. 22 6- Naughty Lite, Bad Claim, C'mon Faye, 7- Sugar Rose, Dartaloo Osborne,. Bet'RB Listening. 8- Zig, T.K., Smart Fellar. 9- Stylish Scolty, Sydney's Top Gun, ' Positive Striker. , J 10- Ram Spirit, Tango Style, Willing To ' Win. 11- C.C. Littlebit, Sea Lane Donna, Sura Try. t BEST BET-Stylish Scotty. Lebanon results SATURDAY NIGHT Weather clear. Track fast. 1st: Claiming Pace, $1,100 Swift Dynasty (C.Wrght) 5.00 3.40 300 Jump Back Jack (T Hope) 640 4 20 ' BustoutBuHIM. PoUiamus) 4 00 1 Time-2:01 3-5. 2nd: Conditioned Pace, $),200 - ' Falcon's Loir (R.Jrdn) 4.20 2.80 2.20 -Third Can (R Dingledine) 3.40 2 20 Gentle Noble (R. Taubert) 2 20 ' Time-2 00 1-5. Daily Double: (3-9) $15.60. Trilecla: (9-2-6) $31.80. i " 3rd: Conditioned Pace, $1,400 Ifs Stylish ID. Miller) 7.80 2.80 2.80 Board Action ID. Routzong) 2.60 2.40' . Going wild (M.Eers) 4.40 , Time-200 4-5. Perfect (3-1) $16 40. . 4th: Claiming Pace, $1,000 One Lie To Gve (C.Wrght) 5.80 2 80 2 80' Captain AIM. Welder) 2.80 2.60 , Jef's Ascent (L.Wiegand) 5.20 , Time-2:0! 3-5. Trifecta: (2-6-51 5150.20. , Sth: Claiming Pace, $1,600 JBs Escort (O. Miller) 3.80 240 2 20 , Blue Creek Butch IR. Tharps) 2.60 2 40 Hemlock Pat (D Ater) 300 Time-Disallowed. 6th: Conditioned Pace, $1,500 JakewlnfS. Coven) 30.60 14.40 8.00 , Broadway Nick (E.Spalding) 23.40 13 00 Rocco Rocco IK Mack) 15 00 i Time-2:10 1-5. Trilecla: (1-4-5) $3,426. 7th: Claiming Pace, $1,200 ' Peggy Drm By (McQnn) 17.20 6.00 4.60 Eternal Prince (R. Tharps) 2.80 2.40 Pine Lane Susie (D Rung) 6 40 - Time-2 02 3-5. Twin Trifecta: First half;. (4-3-1) 583.50. 8th: Conditioned Pace, $1,700 Farr-A-FieldlR. Tharps) 5.80 4.00 4,20 ' S.H. Raven (S.McQuinn) 10.20 5.20 ' Wholly Cal (R. Dingledine) 3.40 Time-1:58 4-5. Trifecta: (2-3-91 $267.40. ' 9th: Conditioned Pace, $1,700 Brooklyn Spirit (D.MHr) 10.20 4.00 5.40 Porky Brian (R. Tharps) 3.40 4 40 ' Lenda Penny (T.Prickett) 8.20 ' Time-Disallowed. Twin Trifecta: Second half: (1-2-9) no winners, carryover ' $6,521. Perfecta: (1-2) $22.20. 10th: Conditioned Pace, $1,700 Shannon Swill ID. Msr) 4.40 3.40 2.60 ' Bret San (B. Holland) 5.40 3.40 ' Shonsee (DAter) 360 Time-1:58 2-5. Trilecla: (4-1-2) $46.80. 11th: Conditioned Pace, $5,000 Taffeta's T.K. (D.MIIr) 5.60 2.20 2.20 That's Adam (D.Mouser) 2.40 2 40 , Charlie's BernieU Bird) 2.80 . Time-1 58 2-5. Perfecta: (2-61 $12.40. 12th: Conditioned Pace, $1,000 Mocomotive (C. Wright) 7.20 2.60 2.60 , Current Payment (J.Collins) 3.60 3 00 , Sobb I R.Bradley) 8.20 . Time-2:02 1-5. Superfecta: (3-6-2-1) , $48300. Perlecta: (34) $29 40. Attendance - 2,863. Handle - , $256,594. Money leaders COLUMBUS, Ohio - The 1991 harness leaders as compiled by the U.S. Trotting ' Association: ' Money-winning Horses ' 1, Precious Bunny $1,844,541. 2, Die ' Laughing $990,472. 3, Giant Victory $890,501. ' 4, Artsplace $850,499. 5, Somatic $555,556. 6, ' Sportsmaster $550,934. 7, Crowns Invitation ' $543,344. 8, Dontellmenomore $526,936. 9, ' Odds Against $444,480. 10, Silky Stallone ' $444,168. Script Gal. Exacta 19-6) paid $66.60. 8th-22,9O0, ale, 3YO up, 6f. Consulate (Bruin) 4.00 3.40 2.40 Cryslalaire IDeegan) 6 20 3.00 Girls Can Ride Too (Lopez) 2 40 Oil 4:51. Time 1:13. Exacta (4-7) paid $12.80. Pick Six (7-2-11-2-9-4). No Winner. 5 Wins paid $588.80. (4 tickets). Carryover $14,257.00. 9th-7S,000-added, 3YO up, 1 l-Wml. The Turfway Budwelser Breeders' Cup Fit For A Queen I Lopez) 15.80 6.80 3.00 Til Forbid (Sellers) 7 00 3.00 Screen Prospect (Gryder) 2.40 Oil 5:22. Time 1:43 1-5. Scralched-Court Hostess. Exacta 12-4) paid $94.80. Pick Three (9-4-2) paid $346.40. 10th 1,000,000, 3YO, l' 4ml. Super Derby (Simulcast from Louisiana) Free Spirit's Joy (Borel) 127.00 21.80 7 20 Olympio(Delahoussaye) 3.60 3.00 Zeeruler (Pettinger) 6.00 Oft 4:45. Time 2:00 4-5. Exacta (5-3) paid $388.00. mh-7,300, Cl, 3YO up, 1 V14mi. Moombckro (McOw) 26.80 11.20 8 00 Eyeballer (Marte) 600 4.40 Rackln Express (Arguello) 6.80 Oft 6:13. Time 1:47. Scratched-Fred-rick's Appeal, Noble Regent, Prince Dac, Torsions Island. Daily Double 15-3) paid $1,48440. Exacta 13-61 paid $179.20. Trifecta (3-6-7) paid $1,59080. Attendance 5,263. Handle $829,787. Total Attendance 10,588 (incl. ITW). Total Handle $1,794,077 (Incl. ITW). Money leaders Through September 8 Horses Sis 1st 2nd 3rd Purses Hansel 9 4 12 $2,565,680 Dance Smartly .. 6 6 0 0 1,756,821 FarmoWay 10 5 2 1 1,738,350 Strike the Gold.. 9 2 3 1 1,251,850 CorprleReprl.,.. 10 3 5 0 1,067,908 Festln 1 2 2 1 1,058,250 In Excess 6 4 0 1 1,028,800 Tight Spot 5 ' 5 0 0 1,008,800 Marquetry 7 4 1 1 979,600 Best Pol 7 2 3 1 967,500 Horse Racing California 23 Arizona 21 California 7 0 6-23 Ariiona 0 14 7 0-21 Cal Zomalt 16 run (Brien kick) Cal-FG Brien 22 Cal-White I run (Brien kick) Art Levy II pass from Malauutu (McLaughlin kick) Ari-Johnson 9 run (McLaughlin kick) Arl Johnson 20 run (McLaughlin KICK) Cal-FG Brien 33 Cal-FG Brien 33 A 46,715. Cal Arl First downs Rushes-yards .. 29 15 63-300 34-152 236 122 Passing .. Return Yards 37 12 Comp-Att-lnl 16-23-1 12-23-0 Punts 2-39 7-40 Fumbles-Lost 5-2 0-0 Penalties-Yards 7-63 4-35 Time of Possession 33:10 26:50 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING-California, White 35-150, Chapman 17-106, G. Zomalt 9-69, J.Jones l-Iminus 7), Pawiawski l-(minus 9). Arizona, Johnson 11-68, Malauulu 10-52, Levy 10-20, carter 2-11, Gilbert 1-1. PASSING-California, Pawiawski 16-23-1-236 Arizona, Malauulu 21-23-0-122. RECEIVING-California, Woodall 4-70, CaldweU 344, Dawkins 4-59, Zomalt 3-22, Treggs 2-21. Arizona, Vaughn 6-60, Griffith 1-25, Levy 2-21, LR. Lovett 2-13, Johnson 1-3. How Top 25 fared How the top 25 teams in The Associated Press' college foolbaH poll fared Saturday: 1. Fktrida State 13-0) did not play. Next: at No. 3 Michigan, Saturday. 2. Miami (2-0) did not play. Next: at Tulsa, Saturday. 3. Michigan (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. No. 1 Florida State, Saturday. 4. Washington (2-0) beat No. 9 Nebraska 36-21. Next: vs. Kansas State, Saturday. 5. Florida 12-1 ) lost to No. 18 Syracuse 38-21. Next: vs. No. 23 Mississippi State, Saturday. 6. Tennessee (34) beat No. 23 Mississippi State 26-24. Next: vs. No. 13 Auburn, Saturday. 7. Oklahoma (2-0) beat Utah State 55-21. Next: vs. Virginia Tech, Saturday. 8. Clemson (2-0) beat Temple 37-7. Next: vs. No. 17 Georgia Tech, Saturday. 9. Nebraska (2-1) lost to No. 4 Washington 36-21. Next: at Arizona State, Saturday. 10. Iowa (2-0) did not play. Next: vs. Northern Illinois, Saturday. 11. Notre Dame (2-1) beat Michigan Stale 49-10. Next: at Purdue, Saturday. 12. Penn State (3-D beat Brigham Young 33-7. Next: vs. Boston College, Saturday. 13. Auburn (3-0) beat Texas 14-10. Next: at No 6 Tennessee, Saturday. 14. Baylor (3-0) beat Missouri 47-21. Next: at Southern Methodist, Saturday. IS. Texas A&M (I-1) lost to Tulsa 35-34 Next: SW Louisiana, Saturday. 16. Ohio State (3-0) beat Washington State 33-19. Next: vs. Wisconsin, Oct. S. 17. Georgia Tech (2-1) did not play. Next: at no. 9 uemson, Saturday. II. Syracuse (3-0) beat No. 5 Florida 38-21. Next: at Tulane, Saturday. - 19. Colorado 12-1) beat Minnesota 58-0. Next: at Stanford, Saturday. 20. Pittsburgh (3-0) did not play. Next: at Minnesota, Saturday. 21. Houston (1-2) lost to Kinds 51-10. Next: vs. No 14 Baylor, Oct. 5. 22. Southern Cal (1-2) lost to Arizona State 32-25 Next: at Oregon, Saturday. 23. Mississippi State (2-1 ) lost lo No. 6 Tennessee 26-24. Next: at No. S Florida. 24. California (3-0) beat Arizona 23-21. Next: at UCLA, Oct 5. 25. Georgia (2-1) lost at Alabama IM. Next: vs. Cal State-FuHerton, Saturday. r, r - f --k. Si. u','tw . Turfway results SUNDAY AFTERNOON Weather cloudy. Track fast. lst-20,200, mdn 2YO, 61. Forewarn (Arguello) 8.80 4.80 3.20 Scorched Wshiskas (Costa) 21.80 900 Tank's Dame (McDowell) 6.40 Off 1:31. Time 1:13 1-5. Scralched-Bel-ia Dean, Dunes Club, Little Addington, Take The Cure 2nd-8,400, CI, 3YO up, 6f. Count North (Bass) 44.20 1440 9 20 Tribal Royalty (Neagle) 8.00 5.00 American Style (Bruin) 4.40 Oil 2:03. Time 1:13. Scratched-Fros-lee, Grand Cabrinl, Prlorite, Tea At Sea. Daily Double (9-10) paid $207.20. Exacta (10-12) paid $287 20. 3rd-20,200, mdn, 3YO up, 41. Wild Winner (Bass) 4.80 3.40 3.00 Swing A Pass I Schwing) 13.20 8.40 Sharp Caro (Lopez) 4.60 Oil 2:31. Time 1:14. Scratched-Angler, umburis, Rated Hy. Exacta (7-2) paid 4th-9,200, Cl, 3YO up, 1ml. Princess Lee (Sexton) 2040 7.00 5.20 VU Re Do (Neagle) 5.60 5.20 tare Secret (Gryder) 9.00 Off 2:59. Time 1:43 3-5. Scratched-Sattle Hat, Dice Girl, Rye 'N Ginger, Witches Of Coo. Exacta (2-1) paid $79.40. 51h-lU00, cl, 3YO up, 6f. Thistle (Sexton) 14.40 7.20 4.40 Girlish Wish (Cox) 4.20 2.60 Dance Skater (Knoll) 3.40 Off 3:29. Time 1:13. Scratched-Blush-ng Punch, Dewy Rose. Exacta (11-4) paid 151 80 Trilecla (11-4-1) paid $239 00. 6th 13,000, ale, 3YO up, 1ml. Haphazardly (Bruin) 8.00 5 40 3 40 Saratoga Smarts (Lopez) 10.20 4.40 Don'l Worry (Knottl 3.40 Oft 3:55. Time 1:39 3-5. Exacta (2-3) paid $99.80. Pick Three (2-11-2) paid $1,42240. 7 th 13,700, cl, 3VO up, 1ml. GleamingGlory (Woods) 11.00 6.40 4 80 Chey's Cupcake (Bruin) 4.40 3.40 Lady Bucky (Lopez) 5.40 Olt 4:24. Time 1:39 3-5. Scratched- Miaml-Fle. 23 TULSA Indiana HI MISSOURI WASHINGTON 36 Kansas Stale Colorado 7' STANFORD LOUISVILLE 1 S. Mississippi TENNESSEE 7 Auburn TEXAS A8.M 28 SW Louisiana MISSISSIPPI (C) II Arkansas TEXAS TECH 3 Tcu Alabama 19 VANDERBILT Pittsburgh 9 MINNESOTA Baylor 21 SMU RICE 6 Iowa State Syracuse II TULANE Nebraska 4 ARIZONA ST. OREGON pick Southern CaM. Favorite Line Underdog CHICAGO SWi Philadelphia HOUSTON even-6 San Francisco (First game) ST. LOUIS pick Montreal (Second game) ST. LOUIS M-evi Montreal American League Favorite Line Underdog DETROIT 7V-'i Cleveland Boston 67 BALTIMORE MILWAUKEE 7-1 New York OAKLAND (verve Kansas City SEATTLE 6-7 Texas Toronto ever CALIFORNIA NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Tonight's game COLLEGE FOOTBALL Thursday's game I I tfi(iltIflLig I Favorite Line Underdog CHICAGO N Y. JetS Sunday's games Favorite Line Underdog BUFFALO Vfi Chicago N Y Giants 2'i DALLAS DETROIT 5 Tampa Bay New Orleans IVl ATLANTA San Francisco IVi L A RAIDERS SEATTLE 7 IndianapoHS L A RAMS 4 Green Bay Miami N Y. JETS PHOENIX 71-i New England Kansas City 4' SAN DIEGO MINNESOTA S Denver Monday's game Favorite Line Underdog WASHINGTON 6 Philadelphia (B) at Orlando (C) at Jackson Favorite Line Underdog Ucla SAN DIEGO ST. Saturday's games Favorite Line Underdog NC STATE 7 North Carolna Florida State 3 MICHIGAN CLEMSON 6' Georgia Tech FLORIDA (B) 13' MISS. St. ARMY 26' Harvard VIRGINIA 7 Duke PENN STATE 21 Boston Col. MICHIGAN ST. 12 Rutgers E CAROLINA 1 South CeroH WYOMING 13 Texas-El Paso Notre Dame 23Vi PURDUE OKLAHOMA 16 ' Virginia Tech BYU U COLORADO ST. 1 Hawaii Wake Forest 3 NORTHWESTERN I Today's question: Don Shula Is the wlnnlngest active coach In the NFL with 300 victories. Name the second wlnnlngest active coach in the NFL? Sunday's question: Pete Rose was the last Reds player to win the National League batting title. How many times did he win It? Sunday's answer: Pete Rose won three batting titles In 1968 (.335). 1969 (.348) and 1973 (.338). Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handlcapper 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 ot his Enquirer picks of the day. All money will go to the American Heart Association. SUNDAY'S WINNINGS: $50. TOTAL WINNINGS: $1,100. Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, Let Vegas, Nov. LsJJJlW -ir-, M. mi. ak M. ati a.'xt'.4UUUUii..i-..., -n

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