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Thursday, September 26, 1991 THE CINCINNATI ENQUIRER SportSE-5 Reds Howard has FSU's attention BOWLERS Men s Teams & Women's Teams 6 30 PM Handicap Leagues - Also Mixed Couples Sat & Sun Call KENWOOD LAKES 891 -7500 VMI.OAO ran rasmir V 111) jit1')' '1)1' THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ANN ARBOR, Mich. It seems everyone is impressed with Michigan split end Desmond Howard. Everyone except Terrell Buckley. But that's to be expected. Buckley is a cornerback mni m i ww hum inn 1 1 1 1 in ill Const llmad Bv Toll FrM Oowolor GOLDEN GLOVE BOXING SHOW 10O0C5D-7G00: NORWOOD BOXING CLUB Saturday, 28th of September 1991 Walter's Dr. & Mills Ave. Old Norwood Safety Lane 8:00 P.M. Admission 3.00 for Florida State. It will be his job to stop Howard on Saturday when the No. 1 Seminoles (3-0) meet the No. 3 Wolverines (2-0). "I face receivers as good as Desmond Howard every day in practice," Buckley said. "I look forward to taking on players like that." Howard has six of Michigan's seven offensive touchdowns. He ran for one, returned a kickoff 93 yards for one and caught four TD OUTLET STORE MOVING SALE V 2 GOLF SWEATERS INDIVIDUAL IRONS, WOODS, PUTTERS Howard USE01DEMO INDIVIDUAL IRONS I WOODS CONTINUED FROM PAGE E l of the inning before Dibble struck out pinch hitter Francisco Cabrera to end Game 2. Game 1 was a nail-biter, too, with Braves starter John Smoltz and Reds starter Jack Armstrong engaged in a pitcher's duel. After giving up a second-inning run on a ground out, Smoltz limited the Reds on just four singles through the next seven innings. Smoltz ate up rookie Sanders in front of his family, visiting from South Carolina. Sanders was 0-for-4 with three strikeouts. "Smoltz threw the ball well against us," Reds manager Lou Piniella said between games. "We didn't have many chances. He's been pitching very well since the All-Star break." Armstrong turned in one of his best performances of his rocky-road season. The right-hander was in trouble early, but pitched out of a few jams. After allowing a fifth-inning lead-off homer to Lonnie Smith, Armstrong settled into a groove, setting down nine of his next 11 batters. In all, Armstrong allowed one run on six hits in seven innings. He walked four, all early, and struck out seven. But Ted Power (4-3), who replaced Norm Charlton, struggled. With one out in the 10th, Terry Pendleton doubled to right field. Power then intentionally walked ft FREE GLOVE WMINIMUM PURCHASE WARM-UPS 2PG 70 OFF UHITOIHUTTTIH RPP 30c 'urr OOPF said. "He just wants to win ballgames. He doesn't care about the individual aspect. And at the end of the season, if things work out all right for him, that's great." It's difficult to win the Heisman Trophy at Michigan because the team is emphasized over individuals. Tom Harmon, in 1940, is the only Wolverine to win a Heisman., It's also difficult for a receiver. Since the Heisman was first given in 1935, only four receivers have ever won it Yale's Larry Kelley (1936), Notre Dame's Leon Hart (1949), Nebraska's Johnny Rodgers (1972) and Notre Dame's Tim Brown (1987). Part of the reason for that: defenders like Buckley. Tripp Welborne, a Michigan Ail-American safety last year, has tried to help Howard understand that. "Just as he made his name off other defensive backs, they'll want to make their names off him," Welborne said. "Not only will they try to stop him, they'll try to embarrass him and get recognition for themselves by doing it." Aggie player collapses, dies COLLEGE STATION, Texas - A Texas A&M football player collapsed during practice Wednesday and died later at a College Station hospital, school officials said. The player's name was being withheld until his parents arrived at the campus, said Alan Cannon, Texas A&M's sports information director. Cannon said the player was "just loosening up" before practice when he collapsed on the field. VMM urn PCI TOUR NOUN ETC '0 OFF MM ETC RAM WOODS MENS OR LADIES GOLF JACKETS AS LOW AS 9.90 LITE WEIGHT LADY CONFIDENCE I CAST IRONS 99.90 SAVE FOR CHRISTMAS of3 iG3S0 0M.,....,.89.S0 passes, including that heart-stopping, finger-tip grab that defeated Notre Dame. "He just amazes me every day, even if it's at practice," said Elvis Grbac, the Wolverines quarterback. "He comes up with big plays, plays that you haven't seen. That's what's special about Desmond Howard. He expects a lot of good things out of himself." More often than not, he succeeds. "I realize that week in and week out I have to keep proving myself," Howard said. "Come Saturday, the Notre Dame game will be irrelevant. I'm now in the same situation (Houston quarterback David) Klingler was in when everybody was talking about him until the Miami game, when his stock went down." That doesn't mean Howard wouldn't like to win the Heisman Trophy. It's just that he has other priorities. "The thing about Desmond is that he doesn't just sit down and say, 'I want to win the Heisman,' " Grbac WILSON FIRESTICK METAL WOODS SPALDING TOP FLITE 9-COoz RAM LASER 16 BALL BONUS PK 14.90 " LIMIT 2 PK WAD NOW ONLY REG. 235.00 89.90 LIMIT2 DZ VVCO DEMOS I ilk 13iJljlJ4j'ii 1 MCVIMM. IX. I S- m fiwypmh I wkovii H ' iVmw.vr i icifi 1 ONNl MON.-m. IO-t AT. 10-7 IUN. ll-5iJO I.i..iii mim -- ....... .f-I.S. ... - - - .laWHMMMJfJl 1 Irs Ap tst I I V hfi ni hi irfFTl d , 1 nnP ri -- ml WW -4 a y v I fit f u ) fiTit I 1 i 4T f - " er' i , . .. : ft?- ': "V 1: , David Justice with first base open. It set up a potential double play and brought up Ron Gant, who laced a single to center to score the winning run. How the runs scored GAME ONE Reds' second: (Smolti pitching) Davis grounded out. Sabo singled. Doran singled, moving Sabo to third. Reed grounded out, scoring Sabo and moving Doran to second. Armstrong Hied out. One run, two hits. Reds, 1-0. Braves' fifth: (Armstrong pitching) Smith homered. Blauser struck out. Pendleton singled. Justice walked, moving Pendleton to second Gant Hied out. Bream lined out. One run, two hits. Score, M. Braves' th: (Power pitching) BeHiard lined out. Pendleton doubled. Justice was walked intentionally. Gant singled, scoring Pendleton and moving Justice to third. One run, two hits. Braves, 11 GAME TWO Reds' first: (Avery pitching) Sanders flied out. Hatcher singled. Larkm doubled, moving Hatcher to third. Sabo singled, scoring Hatcher and Larkin. Sabo was thrown out trying to go to second on the play. Martinej struck out Two runs, three hits. Reds, 2-0. Braves' first: (Myers pitching) Smith struck out. Blauser walked. Pendleton fouled out. Gant walked, moving Blauser to second. Myers threw a wild pitch, allowing Blauser to go to third and Gant to second. Justice walked, loading the bases. Hunter singled, scoring Blauser and Gant. Justice 'as thrown out at third. Two runs, one hit. Score, 2-2. Braves' second: Olson singled. Lemke singled, moving Olson to third. Avery popped out. Smith hit a sacrifice lly, scoring Olson. Blauser fouled out. One run, two hits. Braves, 4-3. Reds' third: Sanders lined out. Hatcher singled. Larkin singled, moving Hatcher to second. Hatcher was caught off second making a wide turn. Sabo homered, scoring Larkin. Martinet singled. Quinones flied out. Two runs, four hits. Reds, 4-3. Braves' third: Pendleton singled. Gant struck out. Justice walked, moving Pendleton to second. Olson singled, scoring Pendleton and moving Justice to second. Lemke flied out. One run, two hits. Score, 4-4. Braves' fourth: Avery struck out. Smith singled. Smith was safe at third on Sabo's throwing error on Blauser's ball. Blauser reached on a fielder's choice. Pendleton grounded out, scoring Smith. On Mortinei's throwing error, Blauser scored. Gant homered. Justice filed out. Three runs, two hits. Braves, 7-4. Braves' sixth: (Clancy pitching) Quinones flied out. Jones tripled. Oliver homered, scoring Jones. Jefferson pinch hit tor Foster. Jefferson grounded out. Sanders singled. Hatcher doubled, scoring Sanders. (Wohlers pitching) Larkin struck out. Three runs, four hits. Score, 7-7. Reds' Wth: (Stanton pitching) Jones doubled. Oliver sacrificed, moving Jones to third. Doran pinch hit for Hil. n n n n mmM mm Doran was Intentionally walked.. Sanders singled, scoring Jones and moving Doran to second. Hatcher tripled, scoring Doran and Sanders. (St. Claire pitching) Larkin struck out. Hatcher was out at the plate after the ball got loose. Three runs, three hits Reds, 10-7. Braves' Wth: (Dibble pitching) Gant tripled. Justice struck out. Hunter doubted, scoring Gant. Olson doubled, scoring Hunter. Rossy pinch ran for Olson. Lemke flied out. Cabrera pinch hit tor St. Claire. Cabrera struck out. Two runs, three hits. Reds, 10-9, abrhbl 4 111 10 0 0 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 5 12 0 3 0 0 0 CINCINNATI Sanders cf Morris lb Larkin ss O'Neill rf Davis If Sabo 3b Quinones 3b Doran 2b JReedc Armstrong p Charlton p Hatcher ph Power p 5 0 3 1 FIRST GAME ATLANTA ibrhbl 5 0 0 0 LoSmithlf 2 0 10 KtMitchelllf 4 0 10 Blauser ss 4 0 0 0 Belliard ss 4 0 10 Pendleton 3b 3 110 Justice rf 1 0 0 0 Gantcf 4 0 10 Bream lb 4 0 0 1 Hunter lb 3 0 10 Olson c 0 0 0 0 Lemke 2b 1 0 0 0 Sanders pr 0 0 0 0 Treadway 2b Smoltip Cabrera ph Penap 35 1 1 1 Totals 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 34 2 2 Totals Cincinnati 0W 000 000 0-1 Atlanta 000 010 000 1-2 One out when winning run scored. E-Bream (3). DP-Cincinnati 1, Atlanta I. LOB-Cln- clnnati 6, Atlanta II. 2B-Pendleton 132), Olson (21). HR LoSmith (7). SB-Morris (10), Gant (32), Sanders (10). IP H R ER BB SO 7 6 114 7 2 10 0 0 V 2 1 I I Cincinnati Armstrong Charlton Power L4-3 Atlanta Smolti PenaW.e-l 9 6 1 0 1 I 2 0 0 0 Home, Hlrschbeck; First, Darling; Second, Umpires- Harvey. T-3:24. A-NA. abrhbl 4 12 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 3 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 Quick; Third, CINCINNATI Sandrs cf Hatchrlf Larkin ss Sabo 3b CMrtm lb Morris lb Qinones 2b CJones rf Oliver c Myers p Poster p Jffrsn ph KiGross p Davis ph MHillp Doran ph Dibble p 5 111 4 3 3 1 SECOND GAME ATLANTA abrhbl (221 LoSmthlf 6 13 3 Snders pr 6 2 3 0 Cstlla ss 3 13 4 Blauser ss 3 0 10 BHiard ss 2 0 10 Bream ph 5 0 0 0 KtMcN If 5 2 2 0 Pndltn3b 3 112 Gant cf 2 0 0 0 Justice rf 0 0 0 0 Hunter lb 1 0 0 0 Olson c 0 0 0 0 Rossy pr 1 0 0 0 Lemke 2b 0 0 0 0 Avery p 0 10 0 Clancy p 0 0 0 0 Wohlrsp Gregg ph Stanton p Store p Cbrera ph 43 MM 10 Totals 3 0 0 0 5 123 5 13 2 0 0 0 0 5 0 10 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 1000 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 40 9 12 1 Totals Cincinnati 202 003 000 3-10 311 300 000 2- 9 Atlanta E-Sabo (10), CMartinei (9), Morris (9), Pendleton (22), Lemke (9), DP-Atlanta 1. LOB-Clnclnnatl , Atlanta 6. 2B-Hatcher 124), Larkin 24), (.Jones 1 1 1, Hunter i ui, Olson (22). 3B-Hatcher (3), CJones (2), Gant (3). HR-Sa-bo (25), Oliver (9), Gant (31). SB-Sabo (15). CS-Bream 111 s-CHiver SF-Losmitn. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Myers 4 7 7 4 4 Foster 1 0 0 0 0 KiGross 2 10 0 0 MHilW.H 10 0 0 DibbleSJl 1 3 2 2 0 Atlanta Avery 5 7 4 4 1 Clancy Vi 4 3 3 0 Wohleri 2Vi 0 0 0 1 Stanton U-5 1' 5 3 3 1 StClalre " 0 0 0 0 HBP-bv Avery (Sabo). WP-Myers, Avery. Umpires-Home, Darling; First, Quick; Second, Har vey; Third, Hlrschbeck. T-3:29. A-3M79. What you should see is a great way to get a loan and actually over the phone and give you an answer within 48 hours, save money That's where a Bank One home equity loan comes If you would like to apply give us a call at 576-4444 or in.Notonlvdovoufiettaxdeductibilirv vouakonvoid dnsinp- iu;rrnnhvnnf'nfniirhinkiriPrpnrfT mSS Two Braves arrested costs that couldsetyoubackasmuchas $250. Plus our person- You'll see how much sense our home BANKS ONE. 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