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D-2Scoreboard, horse racing the Cincinnati i.nqiiiu.r Saturday, September 28, 1991 TC What's on m 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 for the call. MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Montreal at Pittsburgh. WCKY-AM (1530), 6:50 p.m. San Diego at Cincinnati, WLW-AM (700), 7:05 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Miami Redskins at UC Bearcats, WCKY-AM (1530), 1 p.m. (pre-game 12:25 p.m.). Notre Dame vs. Purdue, WMOH-AM (1450), 2 p.m. Kent State at Kentucky, WSAI-AM (1360), 8 p.m. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL Badin vs. Purcell Marian, WMOH-AM (1450), 7 p.m. HORSE RACING Lebanon Raceway results, WLW-AM (700), 12:40 a.m. TALK SHOWS Sportlight '91: WCIN-AM (1480) 8a.m. Instant Replay: Pat Summerall: WMOH-AM (1450), 11 a.m. Sportscope with John Perin: Interviews from this afternoon's UC-Miami football game, WOBO-FM (88.7), 7:30 p.m. Overnight Sportstalk: WMOH-AM (1450), 10 p.m. OAuto Racing High School Plmero lb Sierra rf DHarrs rt Reimer dh Pelrsili 3b JuGnillt IRdrgi c Fariss 2b MDiaz 2b Maurer ph Husonss JHrndz ss Dghrty ph Parent c Totals Texas Oakland EE FOOTBALL Saturday, Sept. 28 Pureed Marian at Badin, 8 p.m. Cincinnati CD at Batavia, 2 p.m. New Miami at Summit CD, 2 p.m. GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Saturday, Sept. 2B Mercy . McAuley Fall Classic (At Mother of Mercy) Louisville Holy Rosary vs. Notre Dame (Park Hills), noon Holy Rosary vs. Reynoldsburg, 1 p.m. Reynoldsburg vs, Notre Dame, 2 p m. Mercy vs. Louisville Presentation, 4 p.m. Mercy vs. Strongsville, 5 p.m. Presentation vs, Strongsville, 6 p,m, (At McAuley High School) McAuley vs. Highlands, noon McAuley vs, Brecksville, 1 p.m. Brecksville vs. Highlands, 2 p.m. St. Henry vs. Huber Heights Wayne, 4 p.m. St, Henry vs. Akron Hoban, 5 p.m. Waynce vs. Hoban, 6 p.m. Other tournaments HarrisonLebanonChaminade at Ursuline Invitational, 10 a.m. Winton Woods Northwest at Sycamore Invitational, 10 a.m. GIRLS SOCCER Saturday, Sept, 28 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Bethel-Tate al Amelia, 10 a.m. Colerain at Hamilton, 1 p.m. Edgewood at Milton Union, 2 p.m. Harrison at Purcell Marian, 3 p.m. McAuley at Lakota Mercy at Columbus Watterson, 1 p.m. Miamisburg at Springboro Princeton at Mt. Notre Dame, noon Roger Bacon at Mt. Healthy, 3 p.m. Ross at Finneytown Seven Hills at Indian Hill, 1 p.m. St. Ursula at Oak Hills, 2 p.m. Summit at Madeira, 5 p.m. Talawanda at Taylor, 1 p.m. Winton Woods at Seton, 3 p.m. BOYS SOCCER Saturday, Sept. 28 (Games begin at 7 p.m. unless noted) Hamilton Badin at Moeller Batavia at New Richmond Bethel-Tate at Amelia, noon Cincinnati CD at Mariemont, 1 p.m. Lakota at Lima, 3 pm. Mason at WaynesviUe, noon North College Hill at Finneytown, 3 p.m. Oak wood at Miamisburg Princeton at Colerain Purcell Marian at La Salle Roger Bacon at McNicholas, 5:30 p.m. Seven Hills at Indian Hid, 5 p.m. St. Xavier at Elder Summit at Madeira Baseball Today in baseball stpt. a ' 1920 A Chicago grand lury Indicted eight Chicago White Sox on charges ot fixing the 1919 World Series in what became known as the "Black Sox Scandal." 193 Gabby Hartnett hit his famous "Homer In the Gloamin' " in the ninth Inning to give the Chicago Cubs a 4-5 victory, their ninth straight, at Wrigley Field. It was a key victory In the Cubs' run to the National League pennant. 1941 - Ted Williams, who went into the season-ending doubieheader batting .400, went 6-for-8 against the Phildelphia A's to finish at .406. Nobody has batted .400 since. I97S - Pitchers Vide Blue, Glenn Abbott, Paul Lindblad and Roille Fingers of the Oakland A's combined to no-hit the California Angels 5-0 on the final day ot the season. ' Today's Birthday: Todd Worrell 32. ; Late box score , THURSDAY'S CAME AMERICAN LEAGUE A's 10 Rangers 0 TEXAS OAKLAND brhW abrhbi Pettiscf 4 0 10 RHdsnH 4 2 12 Pro Football S I NFL standings NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE . , AMERICAN CONFERENCE East ., W L T Pet PF PA Buffalo 4 0 0 1.000 127 95 ft Miami 2 2 0 .500 77 71 New England 2 2 0 .500 46 67 N Y. Jets I 3 0 250 62 75 Mdianapolis 0 4 0 .000 37 12 Central "Houston 3 I 0 .750 114 55 " Cleveland 2 2 0 .500 50 52 Pittsburgh 2 2 0 .500 94 101 Z Cincinnati 0 4 0 .000 61 123 " ' West Z Denver 3 I 0 .750 101 59 Z Kansas City 2 2 0 .500 51 50 1 Raiders 2 2 0 .500 44 II . Seattle I 3 0 .250 47 74 a (an Diego 0 4 0 .000 43 100 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Washington . 4 0 0 1.000 144 50 Philadelphia 3 I 0 .750 77 43 " Dallas 2 2 0 .500 74 80 J fj Y. Giants 2 2 0 .500 59 43 MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, WGN-Cable, 2:30 p.m. San Francisco at Los Angeles, Channels 9, 7, 3 p.m. Seattle at Chicago White Sox, WGN-Cable, 8 p.m. COLLEGE FOOTBALL Florida State at Michigan, Channels 12, 2, noon. Florida vs. Mississippi, WTBS-Cable, 12:30 p.m. Miami-Ohio at Cincinnati, Channel 19, 1 p.m. Hampton at Alcorn State, BET-Cable, 2 p.m. Regional coverage, Channels 12, 2, 3:30 p.m. Central Michigan at Toledo, SportsChannel, 4 p.m. Massachusetts at Boston, SportsChannel, 7 p.m. Auburn at Tennessee, ESPN, 7:30 p.m. USC at Oregon, ESPN, 11 p.m. AUTO RACING NASCAR Late Model Oivision, ESPN, 1 p.m. BILLIARDS U.S. Open - Women's Semifinals, ESPN, 5:30 p.m. GOLF Ryder Cup: USA Network, 8 a.m.-noon; Channels 5, 22, 2 p.m. HORSE RACING Turfway Report: Warner-Cable (Channel 27), Storer-Ca-ble (Channel A36), 7:30 p.m. U.S. OLYMPIC GOLD Track & Field: Grand Prix Final. (Taped), WTBS-Cable, 10:45 p.m. POWERBOAT RACING Offshore Pro Tour, ESPN, 4:30 p.m. TALK SHOWS Sports 101: SportsChannel Cincinnati, 10 a.m. Beat the Pro: Channel 7, 12:30 p.m. This is the NFL, Channel 5, 1 p.m. This Week in Baseball, Channel 5, 1:30 p.m. Baseball '91, Channels 9, 7, 2:30 p.m. TRIATHLON America's Paradise, ESPN, 2:30 p.m. yZTx Harness Racing j ft you can press 55 ac, 111.613. 7. Hermle Sadler, Emporia, Va., Chevrolet, 111.447. 8. Greg James, Winston-Salem, N.C, Chevrolet, 111.375. Delco Nationals TOPEKA, Kan. - Top qualifying results for Sunday's SI, 175,900 third annual NHRA AC-Delco Nationals at Heartland Park: Top Fuel 1, Eddie Hill, Wichita Falls, Texas, 4.944, 282.92. 2, Cory McClenathan, Anaheim, Call!., 4.949, 284.09. 3, Joe Amato, Old Forge, Pa., 4.947, 280.28. 4, Frank Hawley, Gainesville, Fla, 4.970, 282.22, 5, Don Pru-dhomme, Granada Ms, Calif., 4.975, 292.1 1. Funny Car 1, Jim White, Tulsa, Okla., Dodge Day-tone, 5.142 (track record), 285.44 (track record ). 2, Mark Oswald, Cincinnati, Pontiac Trans Am, 5.232, 280.11. 3, John Force, Yorba Linda, Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 5.243, 273.72. 4, Mike Dunn, Mt. Joy, Pa., Dodge Daytona, 5.253, 378 81. 5, Chuck EtcheHs, Putnam, Conn., Pontiac Trans Am, 5.357, 275.14. Pro Stock I, Warren Johnson, Dukth, Ga., Olds-mobile Cutlass, 7.213, 192.71. 2, Scott Geof-frion, Huntington Beach., Calif., Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.221, 192 84 (track record). 3, Bob Glidden, Whiteland, md Ford Probe, 7.232, 190.43. 4, Darren Alderman, Lexington, Ky., Dodge Daytona, 7.244, 190.43. 5 , Larry Morgan, Newark, Ohio, Oldsmobile Cutlass, 7.248, 189.83. Pre Stock Bike 1, James Bernard, McHenry, Md., Su-luki, 7.745, 171.75. 2, Byron Hines, Santa Fe Springs, Calif, Suiuki, 7.815, 171.75. 3. John Myers, Birmingham, Ala., Suzuki, 7.817, 147.81. 4, David Schulti, Ft. Myers, Fla., Kawasaki, 7 827, 171.95. 5, Paul Gasl, Grand Island, N.Y. Kawasaki, 7.843, 166.14. 6 Battenburg ( 120 Torres F. ) 6-1 7 Snowed Undsr (120 Bruin) 15-1 BPckUpThPhne (120JhnsnJ) 5-2 9Danc'nJake (120Silva) 6-1 10th-S350,000, 2YO The Arling ton-Washington Futurity' Grade II (Si mulcast live from Arlington Interna tional), imi. I West By West (121 McCauley) 7-2 2 Caller i d. ( 121 Bailey J D.) 1-1 3 The Nme's Jmmy (121ClrkK.) 10-1 4Cobar (121 Fires) 30-1 5 Gee Can He Dance ( 121 Day P.) 4-1 6 Count The Time (121 Sellers S.) 5-1 7DnceFrChce (121QnnzL.) 30-1 llth-5,900, 3YO up, cl, v3. 1 Clover Toss (113 Antongeorgi) 12-1 2 Shorty (113 Moss) 12-1 3Winjoleur (122 Madrid) 5-1 4 Trust Me I'ma Dr. (119 Costa) 15-1 5 Jerry's Performer (113Bruin) 3-1 6UR Rite Nasty ( 122 E wing) 4-1 7 Carefree Kid (114 Arguello) 5-1 8 Brother Merv (113Marte) 15-1 9 Far Distance (116 0uzts) 8-1 10 More Oats Please (113Mella) 15-1 11 Spanish Jade (111 Parsley) 15-1 12 Bad Boy Herman (113 Sexton) 20-1 Scratched: Stalwart's Mark, Blue- grass Express, Priziado, Stone Harbor Jim Turfway results FRIDAY NIGHT Weather cloudy. Track fast. lst-9,100, cl, mdn 2YO, 6"if. Fleet Banner (Arguello) 17.20 8 00 4. Trust Me Hun (Bruin) 10.20 4.20 Mississippi Rev (Parsley) 8.20 Oft 7:01. Time 1:22 4-5. Scratched-Bed- ford Forrest, Hard Drive, Mary Ellen's Lad, unit MHy six. 2nd-7,200, cl, 3YO up, 4f. Bubbling Bufly (Cooksey) 8.00 3.80 3.20 Peace To Me (Arguello) 5.20 3.60 Battle Hat (Marte) 7.20 Off 7:26. Time 1:13 4-5. Scratched-Cease, Gold And Happy, Quavina, Til Tamite. Daily Double (2-1) paid S59.60. Exacta (1-12) paid S25 00. 3rd-20,400, mdn 3YO up, lmi. Country Stage (Parsley) 9.60 4.80 3.40 Swanky Skirt (Arguello) 3.20 2.40 Run Apalachee Run (Black) 5.40 Off 7:54. Time 1:42. Scratched-Her Jet, La Body Beautiful, Sara Arabesque, Turkoti-COturko. Exacta 13-4) paid S26.40. 4th-7,300, Cl, 3YO up, 1 H4ml. Arrogant Dancer (Madrid) 8.00 5.80 4.20 Muttering Away (Knott) 21.20 9.40 Gelo(Kutz) 3 40 Oft 8:23. Time 1:49 2-5. Scratched-A-dam Owens, Keene Shot, Locustport, Mr. Inevitable, Pond Branch. Exacta (2-1) paid i 131 40 Sth-11,900, cl, 3YO up, lmi. Mister Gallie (Bruin) 27.00 12.60 8 40 Allet (Arguello) 5.40 4.20 Made A Champ (Neff) 5.20 Off 8:53. Time 1:39 3-5. Scratched-Bur-kan. First Play, Shaky Tackoff, Strollaway. Exacta (10-3) paid l 12 80, Trilecta (10-3-1) paid S747.80. 6th-9,200, cl, 3YO up, lmi. Phoolan Devi (Cooksey) 52.00 17.00 11.40 Charming Morning (Bruin) 6.60 4.00 Young And Flirty (Beckelman) 17.20 Off 9:21. Time 1:41 1-5. Scratched-Jen-niter Lacey. Exacta 12-31 paid S235.80. Pick Three (2-10-2) paid $2,919.80. 7th 24,700, ale, 3YO up, 1 VMml. OkNBnBnITscha) 19.60 9.00 7 80 Aly'sAdita (Parsley) 4.80 3.80 Opentotheright (Troilo) 22.00 Off 9 49. Time 1:46 3-5. Exacta (5-2) paid 178 00 8th-30,S00, ale, 3YO up, 1 l-16mi. a-Shotgun (Bruin) 3.20 2 40 2.10 Master Fast (Radosevlch) 4.40 2.80 Rip Dabbs (Bass) 2.80 Off 10:14. Time 1:45 1-5. a-Coupled. Exacta 1 1-5) paid S22 80 Pick Six (3-2-I0-2-S-1) No Winners. 4 Wins paid S323.B0 (3 tickets). Carryover 14,687.00. 9th-30,S00, ale, 3YO up, 1ml. OBrannigan (Parsley) 7.00 4 20 2.10 Big Courage (Fox) 4.40 2.10 OnTheEdgelMelancon) 2.10 Off 10:43. Time 1:38. Scratched-Our Silver Knight. Exacta (4-2 ) 3400. Pick Three (5-1-4) paid SI 12.80. 101h-7,300, cl, 3YO up, 1 H6mi. Super Now (Lopez) 15.20 7.00 5.40 Copelan's Girl (D'Amico) 10 00 6.00 Maribot (Parsley) 4.60 Off 11:18. Time 1:49 2-5. Scratched-Hil-llan, It's A Mist. Daily Double (4-11) paid 179 40 Exacta (11-7) paid SI 20 60. Trifecta (11-7-8) paid S8B9O0. Attendance 5,214. ITW Attendance 4,917. Total Attendance 10,131. Handle S646.844O0. ITW 665,281.00. Total Handle SUI2,I2 5 00. ! t Etc Holly Farms 500 NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. - Top qualifiers Friday for Sunday's Tyson HoHy Farms 400 NASCAR stock cor race, with hometown, type of car and lap speed In mph (Final 30 car field to be determined following time trials Saturday): 1. Harry Gant, Taylorsvllle, N.C, Olds-mobile Cutlass, 116.87). 2. Davey Allison, Hueytown, Ala., Ford Thunderblrd, 1)6,847, 3. Mark Martin, Greensboro, N.C, Ford Thunderblrd, 116.798. 4. Alan Kulwlcki, Concord, N.C, Ford Thunderbtrd, 116.484. 5. Dale Jarrett, Conover, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, 116.291. 6. Ernie Irvan, Mooresvllle, N.C, Chevrolet Lumlna, 116.231. 7. Rusty Wallace, Charlotte, N.C, Pon-tlac Grand Prix, 116.183. 8. Bill Elliott, Dawsonvllle, Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 116.159. 9. Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, 116.009. 10. Ken Schrader, Concord, N.C, Chevrolet Lumlna, 115.991. Lowe's 150 NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. - Top qualifiers, Friday for Saturday's Lowe's 150 late model stock car race, with hometown, type of car and lap speed In mph (Rest of 32-car field to be determined in time trials Saturday morning): 1. Jay Fogleman, Durham, N.C, Pontl-ac, 112.208. 2. Todd Massey, Burlington, N.C, Pon-liac, 111807. 3. Stacy Compton, Hurt, Va Pontisc, 111.796. 4. Johnny Rumley, Winston-Salem, N.C, Pontiac, 111.724. 5. Jeff Finley, Winston-Salem, N.C, Pontiac, 111.718. 6. Scott Kilby, Statesvile, N C, Ponti Horse Racing Turfway entries SATURDAY AFTERNOON First post time 1:30 p.m. lst-S20,400, 2YO, mdn, spw, 6f. 1 Quiet Enioyment ( 121 Kutz) 6-5 2 Odds Are (12IBowlds) 10-1 3 Bedford Secret (121 Woods) 10-1 4SunnyJesty (116 Parsley) 12-1 5 Certainly County (I210uzt;) 30-1 6RaiaPower (12INeft) 20-1 7 Kings Are Wild (121 Bruin) 12-1 8 Protester (121 Johnson J.) 7-2 9 Peaceful Way (121 Johnson P.) 10-1 lORseaTmhwk (12IGm:E.) 20-1 llLovat (121 Peck) 10-1 2nd-S7,300, ?YO, el, 6'jI. 1 Capture A Yarn (1l2LopeiR ) 12-1 2 Point Is Five (115 Bruin) 8-5 STonkatonBoy (115 Costs) 10-1 4 Linda's Lucky Lady ( 1 12 Troilo) 20-1 5 Triple Count (115Neff) 6-1 6Dn'tLkDrcy ( 115 D'Amco T.) 4-1 7 Four Mile Penny ( 107 Arguello) 5-1 SBoyDinner ( 110 Solomon N.) 20-1 9 City Silence (1 15 Madrid) 15-1 10 Le'scoundrel (112Beach) (-1 3rd-S7,200, 3YO up, Cl, 61. IBaily ( 1 12 Neff ) 15-1 2 Sharp Shyster (U2Gome:E.) 20-1 3Faster Faster (!!6Cox) 4-1 4 Born Very Rich (116Sunseri) 15-1 5Tromptapon (H6Doser) 8-1 4 Goldiko's Joy (116 Troilo) 20-1 7 Sovereign Hill (H2Neagle) 7-2 8 Best Bones (112 Sexton) 20-1 9 Adam Owens (112 Bass) 15-1 10 Just Deal ( 1 18 Lopez R ) 5-2 11 Call Unite (114 Arguello) 12-1 12Glaciated (1 16 Bruin) 10-1 Scratched: Stanleythesteamer, Zebra Tango, Market Street, Grand Island 4th 111,800, 3YO up, f&m, cl, 42l. 1 Raise an Aggie (122 Lopez R.) 4-1 2ArticVicky (113D'AmicoR.) 9-2 3 Sudden Silhouette (113 Moss) 15-1 4 Strke Frceflly ( 119 D'Amco T.) 6-1 5 Jan's Flitter (114McDowell) 7-2 6 Plain Piper (115 Bruin) 15-1 7 Adversary Miss (116 Sexton) 8-1 8 Donna Darling (113 Arguello) 8-1 9 Boardwalk Cafe (115 Kutz) 10-1 10 Real Polly (112 Costa) 30-1 11 Betsy's Queen (116 Madrid) 30-1 12 Cruise Into Spring (lieOuzts) 15-1 Scratched: Jesse Ann, Kaier Star 5th-S20,200, 2YO, mdn, spw, 4f. IPeytontown (116 Arguello) 15-1 2 Carry Out (121 Cox) 10-1 3Ralon (121 Parsley) 8-1 4 Song Of Ambition (121 Bruin) 3-1 5 Same Old Smile ( 121 Bass) 6-1 6 Tranquil Tabb (121 Moss) 10-1 7 Shwm Wt Ya Gt (121Mlncn) 15-1 8 Hard Drive (121Deegan) 12-1 9 Ten Sins (121 D'Amico T.) 12-1 lOBIacksburg ( 121 Desormeaux) 2-1 Scratched: Pray For Peace 6th-tl3,600, 3YO up, cl, 61. 1 Native Factor (120 Moss) 3-1 2Jonskin ( 1 12 Kutz) 15-1 3 Got Another Won (111 Parsley) 5-1 4Chromster (16Cooksey) o-l 5 Daddy Rex (115 Arguello) 9-2 6 Sixth Sense ( 116 D'Amico T.) 5-1 7 Pretty Boy Foyt (115Silva) 10-1 8 Sheereen Gul (113 Bruin) 7-2 Scratched: Hawktlon 7th-S23,WO, 3YO up, f&m, alw, VV16mi. IG G Buck ( 109 Lopez R.) 10-1 2 Reine de Danse (lUDeegan) 6-1 3 Telephone Belle ( 109 Troilo) 4-1 4 Arm The Natives (116 Bruin) 12-1 5 Bourbon Native (113 Hughes) 30-1 6 Mlly wllypllywg ( 122 Desrmx ) 7-2 7 Persimmon Hill (lUCox) 5-2 SBttrSprtswr (116Mlncn) 3-1 8th-S28,200, 3YO up, fm, alw, v2. 1 Noon An' Night (113 Sexton) 20-1 2 Mine Again (122 Cook scy) 3-1 3 a-Nicole's Dance (122 Madrid) 5-2 4 Script Gal ( 113 Tsuchiya) 30-1 5 Hard Freeze (116 Desormeaux) 9-2 6SlewOfFury (H3Kutz) 30-1 7 a-lrish Brick (119 Bass) 5-2 SAIygator (U3Melancon) 10-1 9 Fashion Setter (113 Woods) 12-1 10 Nasty Gunner ( 108 Parsley ) 7-2 UHelloMoon (110 Johnson J.) 10-1 a-Coupled: 9th-$15O,0O0, 2YO, The Alyshe-ba'. Grade III, l-l16mi. lAISabin (120 Desormeaux) 7-2 2 Trans Caribbean (120Neagle) 10-1 3Scudan (120 Johnson P.) 5-1 4 Star Recruit ( 120 Lopez R.) 5-1 5 Coax Stardust (120 Woods) 30-1 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 0 10 3 0 10 4 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 30 0 4 0 Brosius 2b DHdsnct Kminsk cf Cnseco rt Blkshplf Baines dh Stnbchc Jacoby 3b Law 3b McGwr lb Wtmyr lb Gallego 2b Howitt rt 10 10 3 2 3 2 10 11 4 112 10 0 0 4 110 4 12 0 2 0 0 1 1 I I I 3 110 10 0 0 3 0 10 10 0 0 4 111 Bordlck ss Totals 37101410 000 ON 000- 0 000 331 03X-W E-Petralll (111. DP-Texas 1. LOB-Texas 7, Oakland 5. 2B-Daugherty (3), DHenderson (301, Komminsk (1), Law (7), McGwire (21). HR-RHenderson (15), DHenderson (25), Canseco (43). CS-Pettis (13).SF-Jacoby. IP N R ER BB SO Texas BoydL,2-6 tv 5 6 5 1 2 Manuel 1 VI 3 I 10 1 Alexander 2 6 3 3 0 2 Oakland MMooreW,l6-8 9 4 0 0 4 4 WP-Manuel. PB-IRodriguei, UmpiresHome, Evans; First, Morrison; Second, Welke, Third, Scott. T-2:55. A-25,167. Phoenix 2 2 0 .500 59 75 Central Chicago 4 0 0 1000 70 54 Detroit 3 1 0 . 750 73 94 Minnesota 2 2 0 . 500 43 69 Green Bay 1 3 0 .250 45 72 Tampa Bay 0 4 0 .000 56 69 West New Orleans 4 0 0 1.000 94 41 Atlanta 2 2 0 500 56 61 SanFrancisco 2 2 0 .500 89 57 LA Rams.. 1 3 0 .250 50 88 SUNDAY, SEPT. 29 Chicago at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Tampa Bay at Detroit, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Atlanta, I p.m. New York Giants at Dallas, 1 p.m. San Francisco at L.A. Raiders, 4 p.m. Green Bay at L.A. Rams, 4 p.m. Indianapolis at Seattle, 4 p.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 4 p.m. Miami at New York Jets, 4 p m. New England at Phoenix, 4 p.m. Denver at Minnesota, 8 p.m. BYE: Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston, Pittsburgh MONOAY, SEPT. 10 Philadelphia at Washington, 9 p.m. fielder, from the 15-day disabled list. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association Golden State Warriors-Signed Clifford Scales, guard, to a 1-year contract. Orlando Magic-Agreed to terms with Mike Morrison and Kevin Williams, guards, and Adrian Branch, Ricky Calloway and Reggie Hanson, forwards. Global Basketball Association Huntsville Lasers Signed Jetf Moore, forward-center. United States Basketball League Atlanta Eagles-Named Jeff Cave director of public relations and marketing. College results VOLLEYBALL St. Joseph del. NKU 3-15, 15-7, 15-13, 15-11. Records: SJ 2-10, NKU 4-10. Next game: Today vs. Lewis at 2 p.m. Kenyon Invitational First Round Mt. St. Joseph def. Capital 15-1, 15-5; MSJ det. Mt. Vernon 15-11, 15-11. Records: MSJ 15-2, C 4-4. NV 13-5. Next game: Play continues today. Miami Invitational Southern Illinois def. Miami 15-11. 7-15, 815, 15-12, 15-10 Records: SI 7-7, M 9-4. Next game: Play continues today. Marvvllle Tournament at Maryville, Tenn. Thomas More def. Emory & Henry 15-1, 15-9; Thomas More def. Sewanee, 13-15, 15-9, 15-6; Thomas More def. Greensboro, 15-2, l5-2.Record: TM 18-3. Play continues today. MEN'S SOCCER Wilmington 15, Defiance 0 Goals: Thibodeau 3, PAtterson 3. Records: W 5-4 D 1-2. ' FIELD HOCKEY Ball State 6, Miami 1 Goals: BG Basso 3, Meyer 2, Henry, M CAddarlo. Records: BS 4-2 (2-0 MAC), M 3-5, ( 1-1). Next game: Today vs. Davis-Elk-ins at 1 p.m. WOMEN'S TENNIS Bowling Green 4, Xavier 3 Marshack det. Ennis, 4-3, 4-3; Pacela def. Lopez, 4-4, 4-2; Fenwick (X) del. Bow-beer. 6-4, 4-2; Duffy (X) def Emdin, 6-1. 6-2; Hembree def. Jahnke, 7-5, 6-4; Wydysh def. Creighton, 6 2, 6-2; Ennis-Lopez (X) def. Marshack-Bowbeer, 7-6, 6-3; Wydysh-Pa-ceHa def. Fenwick-Jahnke, 63. 4-3; Emdin-Brown def. Ouffy-Schwenkmeyer, 7-5, 4-2. Records: XU 3-2, BG 2-0. XU vs. EKU at Richmond, Ky. MEN'S TENNIS Notre Dame Invitational First round: Wager (Michigan) def. Grimm (UC) 3-6, 6-4, 6-1, Nelson (Wisconsin) def. DeCurtins (UC) 4-4, 4-2, Russell (Indiana) del. Toth (UC) 7-4, 4-2, Campbell IBal State) def. Bowman (UC) 6-1, 6-1, Berry (Rice) def. Jameson (UC) 6-3, 6-2, Zurcher (Notre Dame) def. Raque (UC) 6-3, 6-2, Harris (UC) det. WesttaH (Michigan Stale) 6-2, 6-4, Lowry (Purdue) def. Mason (UC) 6-2, 6-3 Second Round: Zakharia (Notre Dame) det. Harris (UC) 4-4, 4-4 Consolation Round: DeCurtins (UC) def. London (Michigan) 8-3, Grimm (UC) def. Zinn (Miami-Ohio) 8-5, Toth (UC) def. Baxter (Miami) 8-4, Fagen (Miami) def. Bowman (UC) 8-5, Jameson (UC) def. Miller (Miami) 9-1, Mason (UC) def. Greeburg ARMY 7-4, 4-0. Doubles: Grlmm-Toth (UC) det. Zinn-Fagen (Miami) 6-1, 6-1, DeCurtin-Bowman (UC) def. Derouin-Classen (S. Illinois) 7-5, 6-2, Decker-Barrett (Indiana) def. Jeme-son-Raque (UC) 6-3. 6-7, 64, Mason-Harris (UC) def. Diiura-Wilson (Notre Dame) 4-0, 6-4. Play confines today. Nokia Masters ESSEN, Germany - Results Friday from the $500,000 Nokia Masters women's exhibition tennis tournament: Round Robin Martina Navratilova, Aspen, Colo., def. Jana Novotna, Czechoslovakia, 6-1, 6-2. Arantxa Sanchez, Spain, def. Judith Wiesner, Austria, 6-4, 7-5. Monica Seles, Yugoslavia, def. Mary Joe Fernandez, Miami, 6-3, 6-2. Bayonne Open BAYONNE, France - Results Friday from the $150,000 Bayonne Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Singles Quarterfinals Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere (1), Switzerland, def. Julie Halard (5), France, 6-3, 6-4. Leila Meskhl (2), Soviet Union, def. Claudia Porwik, Germany, 6-4, 6-3. S The Latest Line m . (Home Team in CAPS) MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL , " ' National League " Favorite Line Underdog Z NEW YORK 6-7 Philadelphia Z ST. LOUS 5'A-6'i Chicago m LOS ANGELES 7-8 San Francisco CINCINNATI 4-7 San Diego . . PITTSBURGH 7-8 Montreal Atlanta 6-7 HOUSTON " " American League "Favorite Line Underdog "DETROIT 6lW'i Baltimore 'TORONTO 4-7 Minnesota CLEVELAND pick New York 'MILWAUKEE' 5Vi-6'i Boston 'OAKLAND 4-7 Texas CHICAGO 4-7 Seattle ANSAS CITY SVt-tVt California COLLEGE FOOTBALL 'favorite Line Underdog -tK STATE North Carolina ' Florida State 2Vi MICHIGAN ' CLEMSON 9 Georgia Tech Girls tennis Summit CD 5, St. Bernard 0 Spray d. Hamm, 6-1, 6-1; Luebbers d. Ward, 6-2, 6-2; Chavez d. Hlnes, 4-4, 4-2; Pondow-Ackley d. Pack-Hatfleld, 6-0, 6-0; Lalb-Belmont d. Pease-Hilton, 4-0, 6-0. Records: SCD 14-2 (4-2 MVC), St. B 10-7 (0-6). Ursuline 5, Princeton 0 Becker def. Harry, 6-3, 4-2; Stoffregen def. Veverko, 4-2, 4-1; Brown det. Ho, 4-1, 3-6, 7-5; Castellini-Caress det. Brueggeman-Brueggeman, 6-4, 6-2; Everson-Skowronek def. Smith-Webb, 4-2, 4-2. Records: U 14-0, P 9-4. Anderson 4, Madeira 1 Hart d. DeGula, 4-0, 4-0, Durante d. Flttes, 4-1, 3-4, 6-2; Paulke d. Harrod, 6-0, 4-1; Brueggeman-Floerlng (M) d, Gordon-Couper, 4-3, 4-2; Hiidreth-Young d. Mac-Means-Patterson, 4-2, 4-1. Records: A 12-4, M 4-10. McNicholas 4, Mt. Notre Oame 1 Stephens def. Clark, 4-2, 4-0; Kappler (MND) det. Derringer, 4-6, 6-3, 6-4; Taylor det. Willing, 6-1, 7-6. Prall-Shannon def. Hanson-Tanner, 6-2, 7-6; Baldwin-Sawyer def. Piening-Kidder, 4-2, 4-1. Records: MND 8-8 (2-5 GGCL), McN 9-4 (4-4). Boys golf Kings 148, Mason 181 Medalist: Scheedy (K) shot a five-over par 4) on the front nine at Nicklaus Center. Lakota 154, Winton woods H4 Medalist: Dudukovich ID l-over 37 on front nine at Glenview. Records: L 10-3. Elder 143, La Salle 184 Medalist: Long (E) shot a three-over par 39 on the front nine at Western Hills CC. Records: E 7-8 (2-4 GCL), L 3-9 (0-4). Volleyball Seven Hills d. Cincinnati Christian, 15-9, 15-5 Records: 7H 8-6, CC B-6 Sycamore Invitational Mt. Notre Oame d. Villa Madonna, no score available; Wilmington d Winton Woods, no score available, Coleram d Norwood, 3-15, 15-12, 15-5; Northwest d. Sycamore, 15-9, 15-9; Wilmington d. Mt. Notre Dame, no score available; Northwest d. Cole ram, 15-8, 15-3; Villa Madonna d. Winton Woods, no score available; Norwood d. Sycamore, 7-15, 16-14, 15-11 Play resumes today at Sycamore at 930 a.m. Finals scheduled for 12:30 p.m. Girls soccer McAulty 5, Dixie Heights 1 Goals: M-Moti 2. Albrink, Schutte, R. Morris. DH-Smith. Records: M 7-1-2. Prep schedule Palermo ATP PALERMO, Sicily - Results Friday of the $300,000 ATP Tour tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Singles Quarterfinals Emilio Sanchez ( 1 ), Spain, def. Thomas Muster (8), Austria, 6-3, 7-6 (7-3). Jorde Arrese, Spain, def. Yannick No ah, France, 6-2, 4-6, 6-4. Queensland Open BRISBANE, Australia - Results Fri day of the 1250,000 Queensland Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Quarterfinals Aaron Krickstein (3), Grosse Point e, Mich., def. Wayne Ferreira (5), South Africa, 6-4, 6-3. Jason Stoltenberg, Australia, def. Brad Gilbert (1), Oakland, 6-3,6-1. Andrei Chesnokov (2), Soviet Union, def. Richard Fromberg (8), Australia, 6-4, 6-4. Golf Ryder Cup KIAWAH ISLAND, S.C. - Results Friday of the 29th Ryder Cup on the 7,303-yard, par-72 Ocean course: First Round Foursomes Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria Ola-iabai, Europe, def. Paul Aiinger and Chip Beck, U.S., 2 and 1. Lanny Wadkins and Hale Irwin, U.S., det. David Guilford and Colin Montgomerie, Europe, 4 and 2. Ray Floyd and Fred Couples, U.S., def. Bernhard Longer and Mark James, Europe, 2 and I. Payne Stewart and Mark Calcaveo chia, U.S., def. Nick Faldo and lan Woosnam, Europe, 1-up Steve Richardson and James, Europe, def. Corey Pavin and Calcavecchia, U.S., 5 and 4. Wadkins and Mark O'Meara, U.S., halved with Sam Torrance and David Feh-erty, Europe. Couples and Floyd, U.S., def. Faldo and Woosnam, Europe, 5 and 3. Ballesteros and Olazabal, Europe, def. A linger and Beck, 2 and 1. Points' United States 4"i, Europe 3'. Saturday's Foursomes Pairings David Feherty and Sam Torrance, Europe, vs. Lanny Wadkins and Hale Irwin, U.S. Mark James and Steve Richardson, Europe, vs. Mark Calcavecchia and Payne Stewart, U S. Nick Faldo and David Guilford, Europe, vs. Paul A linger and Mark O'Meara, US. Seve Ballesteros and Jose Maria 6a-zabal, Europe, vs. Ray Floyd and Fred Couples, U.S. Southern Open PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. - Scores Friday after the second round of the 1700,000 Southern Open, played on the 7,057-yard, par-72 Callaway Gardens Mountain View course: Brandt Jobe 48 47-135 Larry Nelson 49-48-137 Lee Janzen 70-47-137 Chris Perry 49-49-138 MikeReld 71-67-138 Dave Sutherland 67-71-138 David Peoples 67-71-138 John Huston. 71-69-140 Jc Anderson 68-72-140 Lennie Clements 70-70-140 Scott Gump 68 72-140 Neal Lancaster 67-74-141 Robert Gome: 71-70-141 Bill Buttner 68 73-14) Bobby Wadkins 70-71-141 Jim Woodward 70-71-141 BobLohr.. 71-70-141 Morris Hatalsky 71-70-141 Mark Brooks 74-67-141 EdFlorl 69 73-142 Howard Twitty 69-73-142 Gary Hallberg 72-70-142 BradFabel 69 73-142 Buddy Gardner 73-69-142 Bobby Clampett , 72-70-142 Greg Twiggs 7171-142 Scott Hoch 70-72-142 John Daly 74-68-142 Jerry Haas 49 73-142 Karl Kimball 71-71-142 f?3 Tennis Richard Zokol 68-75-143 MarkWiebe 73-70-143 Davis Love III 73-70-143 DA.Weibrlng 71-72-143 Perry Arthur 71-72-143 BobWolcott ....72-71-143 BobEstes . 73-70-143 Mike Holland 74-69-143 Ricky Smallridge 71-72-143 Joel Edwards 69-74-143 Dudley Hart 71-72-143 1- Sunbird Tradition, Swift Dynasty, Tango Style. 2- Porky Bryan, Cary's Treasure, No More Excuses. 3- Good Lover, Board Action, It's Stylish. 4- Classy Raider, Rootbeer Slammer, Wizard Of Ink. 5- Actloneer, Speedy Gambit, V Anna's Good Stock. 6- Shonsee, Manana, Jakewin. 7- B.J. Hawk, Incredible Delight, High Life Amy. 8- Farr A Field, Bret Son, Good Trim. 9- Gentle Noble, Mudge's Pebbles, A.J.'s Special. 10- Alpheus, Baron's Lucky Star, Shannon Swift. 11- Qulck Sum, Wen Her Lite, Thafs Adam. 12- Why Would I Lie, Ram Spirit, Topper Joe G. Lebanon results FRIDAY NIGHT Weather clear. Track fast. 1st: Conditioned Trot, $1,700 Justablurr (D.Miller) 5.20 3.80 2.40 Nice Day In April (R.Geyer) 6.60 3.00 Overtimtr ( M. Graber ) 2.60 Time-2:03 4-5. 2nd: Conditioned Pact, $1,100 PeauDeSoie IB. Buxton) 10.00 5.60 4.80 Harry Z(M. Winters) 3.60 4 00 Jeff's Marie (R.Jordan) 17 20 Time-2 04, Daily Double: (3-1) $25.80. Trifecta: (1-4-6) $773.20. 3rd: Conditioned Pact, $1,200 DrDmtn(E.Ldtrd) 17.40 9.20 5.20 Just One Time (D.Miller) 5.80 4.40 Dear Mom I B. Buxton ) 5.00 Time-l:59 2-5. Perfects: (8-5) $112.20. 4th: Claiming Pace, $1,100 One Lfe To GvelCWrght ) 3.40 3.00 3.20 Night Scope (D. Mouser) 14.20 8.40 Early Out (B.Buxton) 9.20 Time-2:01 3-5. Trifecta: (9-7-6) $1,115.00. Sth: Claiming Pact, $1,400 PneLneSssy(M Obr) 18.40 6.40 2.80 Constance Waver (M.Evers) 6.40 5.00 Good N Fancy (D. Miner) 3.00 Time-2:01 1-5. Perfecta: (4-2) $196.80. 6th: Conditioned Pact, $2,000 Silky N Special (A. Long) 5.80 4.00 3 60 Lady Kenyon (J. Reynolds) 25.20 6.60 Super Plus (E. Ledtord) 3.40 Time-2:02 1-5. Trifecta: (3-1-8) $784.80. 7th: Conditioned Pact, $1,100 Alert Casey BID. Mouser) 640 4.00 3 00 Trumpet Almahurst IR. Cook) 7.80 7.00 Tony's Escort (T.Hal) 3.20 Time-2:02 3-5. Twin Trifecta: First half: (2-5-1) $30 60. 8th: Conditioned Pact, $3,000 Pine Lane Katy (D. Miller) 6.20 4.20 3.60 Gypsy Paris (E. Ledford) 5.40 5.20 Wholly Cal (R. Dingledine) 5.80 Time-2:00 2-5. Trifecta: (1-6-9) $211.60. 9th: Condioned Pact, $2100 DsgnngLdy(G.Hstn) 27.60 10.40 11.00 HarvroJeanie(D.Ater) 8.20 6 40 Just Like Gifted (A. Long) 3.80 Time-2:01 3-5. Twin Trifecta: Second holt: (4-9-1) no winners, carryover $2,050.00. Perfecta: (4-91 $156.60. 10th: Conditioned Pact, $4,500 Pinehll Dottie (D. Miller) 5.00 3.20 2.80 NanihWaija (E.Spalding) 7.00 4.80 Farmer's Girl (K. Justice) 3.60 Tlme-2 00 2-5. Trifecta: (8-2-9) $551.00. litre Conditioned Pact, $1,300 Banyan Bay (D. Mouser) 5 80 5.80 5.60 Bakerfleld Bandit (D.Miller) 6.80 4.60 Frosty Raven R. Powell) 5.00 Time-204 Perfecta: (5-3) $4380. 12th: Conditioned Pact, $1,000 Billy Velvet (M.Evers) 3.60 3.60 3.00 AlvaradolM.Ober) 5.00 3.20 Shine ID. Miller) 2.40 Tlme-2:02 2-5. Superfecta: (1-9-2-3) $55.90. Perfecta: (1-9) $13.20. Attendance - 2,091. Handle $216,749. Lebanon entries SATURDAY NIGHT First post time 7:30 p.m. 1st: Claiming Pace, 1 mile, $1,200 - Biscuits N Gravy IR. Hollon), Fritzie Cool (R. Gehron), Tango Style (G. Haston), Swift Dynasty (C. Wright), Sunblrd Tradition (D. Miller), Peggy's Dream Boy (E. Ledford), Eternal Prince (R. Tharps), Su-zie's Hook (TBA), Dad's R Two (R. Taub-ert). 2nd: Claiming Pace, 1 mile, SUOO Wrecker (D. Mouser), Blue Creek Butch (R. Tharps), Cary's Treasure (D. Miller), rm Gettin (TBA), Sandstorm Hanover (A. Anderson), Porky Bryan (D. Hawk), No More Excuses (G. Haston), Frlsky's Hurricane (R. Thorps), Mystic's War (D. Mouser). 3rd: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, S1.400 Board Action (D. Ater), Kountry Boy Fame (E. Ledtord), Good Lover (D. Miller), Accordance (TBA), Hoosier Land Sam (D. Cromer), J.K.'s Express (G. Haston), It's Stylish (TBA), White Star Filly (B. Buxton), Smokey Waters (D. Hawk), AE-J.A. Scooter (J. Barr). 4th: Conditioned Pace, 1 mile, 81,500 -R.K.'s Baby Magic (L. LeVan), Wizard Of Ink (G. Brumbaugh), Classy Raider ID. Miller), Opus Dei (T. Lovely), Try Saint Jude (TBA), Rootbeer Slammer (D. Williams), Falcon's Lair (R. Jordan), S.H. Raven IS. McOuinn), Ivy's Al (D. Mouser). 5th: Corwin Nixon Trot, 1 mile, $100,000 Actioneer (R. Paver Jr.), D.J. Giddyupgo (D. Rankin), Timothy Ridge (D. Miller), R Cornsljlk (D. McKirgan), Trot For Joy (E. Kaufman), V Anna's Good Stock (W. Irvine), Rowdy Rougen (D. Harmon), Speedy Gambit (TBA), AE-Video Movie (TBA). 6th: Conditioned Pact, 1 mile, $1,700 -Manana (G. Haston), J.B s Escort (D. Miller), Jakewin (S. Coven), Roughstone (TBA), Shonsee (D. Ater), First Illusion (E. Spalding), Locked N Style (M. Ober), Lends Penny (E. Ledford), Del Bone (TBA), AE-Angie's True Tom (R. Taubert). 7th: Conditioned Pact, 1 milt, $1,500 -Incredible Delight (T. Hope), B.J. Hawk (C. Dewbre), High Life Amy (R. Hollon), Sad Eyed Lady (N. Conover), M T. Skipper (J. Shelton), Broadway Nick (E. Spalding), B.J.'s Quinsel (R. Taubert), Hobby's Escort (O. Mouser), Good Seein You (R. Cook). 8th: Conditioned Pace, 1 milt, $2,000 -Good Trim (D. Miller), Bret San (TBA), Special Sojourn (TBA), Iza Skipper (E. Ledtord), No Retreat (M. Thomas), Brooklyn Spirit (TBA), Farr A Field IR. Tharps), Magic Banner (J. Eckstein), Swift Legend (G. Haston). tth: Conditioned Pact, 1 milt, $1,500 Neuse River Slim (G. Brumbaugh), Rocco Rocco (N. Conover), A.J.'s Special (G. Hayes), Bis Bis (J. Shelton), Surreal (M. Polhamus), Gentle Noble (R. Taubert), Sparkling Special (R. Dingtedine), Fluent LobeN (JR. Polhamus), Mudge's Pebbles (D. Miter). nth: Conditioned Pact, 1 milt, $3,500 Atpheus (R. Hollon), Leeheigh Almahurst (J.R. Polhamus), Raven's Falcon (M. Thomas), Big Red Osborne (T. Russell), Steady Roll (D. Hawk), Baron's Lucky Star (D. Miller), Skant (TBA), Shannon Swift (O. Mouser), Lot Of Lightning (TBA). 11th: Conditioned Pact, 1 milt, $5,000 Jed's Fellow (G. Hayes), Second Current (TBA), Tyler B Sweef (TBA), Wen Her Life (H. Dick), That's Adam (D. Mouser), Mugshot Special (D. Ater), Quick Sum (TBA). 12th: Claiming Pact, 1 milt, $1,200 - Gypsy Hal (E. Spalding), Jimet (J. Dalley), Topper Joe G (R. Taubert), Ram Spirit (D. Miller), Gale Shot IE. Ledford), Why Would I Lie (TBA), Flight Arrival (G. Haston), Pine Lane Susie (R. Dingledine), B.G.'s Woe (TBA). Selections By the Rallbird Boxing Fight schedule Oct. 5 At the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, Reno, Nev., Pernell Whltaker, Norfolk, Vo vs. Jorge Paez, Mexico, for Whitaker's undisputed lightweight title; Edwin Rosarlo, FLORIDA (B) 14 Miss. St. ARMY 29' Harvard i ; ; VIRGINIA Wl Duke , PENN state 27 Boston college I MICHIGAN ST. II Rutgers , S. Carolina 2 E. CAROLINA i WYOMING 14 Texas-El Paso i Notre Dame 22 PURDUE i OKLAHOMA 17 Virginia Tech i BYU 10 Air Force i Hawaii 1 COLORADO ST. i Wake Forest 1 NORTHWESTERN ' Miaml-Fla. 27 TULSA Indiana Wi MISSOURI ' WASHINGTON 39 Kansas State ' Colorado t STANFORD ' LOUISVILLE 3 S. Miss. ' TENNESSEE 6' Auburn ' TEXAS AIM 25" SW Louisiana MISS. (C) ll'i Arkansas TEXAS TECH Wl Tcu Alabama 17 VANDERBILT . Pittsburgh 10 MINNESOTA Baylor 25 SMU , RICE 5 Iowa State . Syracuse 21 TULANE , Nebraska 6"i ARIZONA ST Southern Cal even OREGON ' NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE ' Sunday's games Favorite Line Underdog BUFFALO VI Chicago N Y Giants VI DALLAS DETROIT 6 Tampa Bay New Orleans 2 ATLANTA San Francisco 3 LA RAIDERS . SEATTLE I Indianapolis , LA RAMS S Green Bay Miami Wi N.Y. JETS . PHOENIX 6 New England - Kansas City 4 SAN DIEGO MINNESOTA S Denver Monday's game Favorite Line Underdog , WASHINGTON 6 Philadelphia IB) - at Orlando (C) - at Jackson ' Odds provided by Jim Feist Sports, , Las Vegas, Nev. Deals i BASEBALL ' New York Mett-Announced Frank ' Cashen, general manager, wiH step down at ' the end of this season and wiH remain as 1 chief operating officer for 1992 and consul-' tant for 1993. Promoted Al Harazin from ' executive vice president to general manag-! or and Gerry Hunsicker from director of , operations to assistant vice president for , operations. Activated Vlnce Coleman, out MBS Classic BUENA PARK, Calif. - Scores Friday after the second round ot the (350,000 LPGA MBS Classic, played on the 6,351-yard, par-72 Los Coyotes Country CC: Lisa Walters 71-65-136 Donna Andrews 69-70139 Tina Barrett 70-69-139 Betsy King 69-70-139 DeedeeLasker 68-71-139 Alice Miller 72-47-139 JerilynBritj 71-49-140 Judy Dickinson 70-70-140 MegMallon 49-71-140 Mollis Stacy .....49-71-140 Colleen Walker 49-71-140 Br andie Burton 71-70141 Elaine Crosby 71-70-141 Michelle Estill 71-70-141 Tracy Kerdyk 70-71-141 Dottie Mochrie . 48-73-141 Cindy Rarkk 70-71-141 Nancy Scranton ...61-73-141 Pal Bradley 72-70-142 Kay Cocker 68-74-142 Cindy Figg-Currier 75-47-142 Ellie Gibson 73-49-142 Amy Read 69-73-142 Jan Stephenson 71-71-142 Bank One Classic LEXINGTON, Ky. - Scores Friday after the first round ot the $300,000 PGA Seniors Bank One Clasic on the 6,744-yard, par 36-36-72 Kearnev Hill Golf Links course (x-super senior): Chi Chi Rodriguei 33-34 -67 x-MiHer Barber 31-37-68 Jim Colbert 34-34-68 J.C.Snead 35 33-68 PaulMoran 36 33-69 -Don January 33-36 -69 Gibby Gilbert 33-36-69 x-Joe Jlmenei 34 36- 70 Larry Laorettl 35-35-70 Rocky Thompson 35-3570 Bruce Crompton 37-33-70 Dewitt Weaver 33 37-70 BobBetley 33 3B-7I Gay Brewer 34 37 -71 Gary Player 34 37-71 George Archer 36-35-71 Dave Hill 33-38 -71 Larry Zlegler 37-34-71 Bob Wynn 35-36-71 Bruce Devlin 34-37-71 Rate Bolts 34 37 -71 BobReith .,..38-33-71 Simon Hobday 37-34-71 Chuck Mebok 37-34-71 Jim OHcrn 36-36 -72 BabeHlskey 37-35-72 Walter Zembriskl 36-36- 72 Rives Mcbee 35-37-72 Jim Dent 38-34 - 72 Al Kelley 36-36 - 72 Steve Spray 38 34- 72 Mike Battaglia, park announcer and handicapper at Turfway Park, will pick four horses daily on the Turfway Park card. At the end of the meet, Turfway will donate $50 for each winner plus a bonus of $50 for each of his Enquirer picks of the day. All money will go to the American Heart Association. FRIDAY'S BETS: Won $50. TOTAL: $1,250. TODAY'S PICKS: 1st: Quiet Enjoyment. 2nd: Point is Five. 8th: Nasty Gunner. 9th; Soudan. indicates Battaglla's Enqurer pick of the day. . Today's question: What player has won the most matches In Ryder Cup competition? Friday's question: Before they became Reds managers, what positions did Rogers Homsby, Bucky Walters, Birdie Tebbetts and Fred Hutchinson play most frequently In the major leagues? Friday 's answer: Walters and Hutchinson were pitchers, Tebbetts a catcher and Homsby a second baseman. Puerto Rico, vs. Aklnobu Hlranaka, Japan, 12, for Rosario's WBA lunlor welterweight title. Oct, I At The Palace, Auburn Hills, Mich., Oba Carr, Detroit, vs. Livingstone Bramble, Passaic, N.J., 10, lunlor middles. Lukas seeks second straight win in Turfway's Alysheba with Al Sabin IliEIEBffiBfiE. I broke his maiden in his second career start going seven furlongs at Saratoga, then was fifth, beaten less than five lengths, in the Arch Ward at Arlington. Team Lukas has engaged the saddle services of Kent Desormeaux, who flies in from California to handle Al Sabin, then will stay overnight and handle Midnight Society for the Lukas barn in the $75,000-added the Clipsetta for 2-year-old fillies on the Sunday program. The Alysheba attracted both the third-and fourth-place finishers in the Arch Ward, Danc'n Jake and Battenburg. ' Trainer D. Wayne Lukas, who sent out ! Fire In Ice to capture last year's Alysheba I Stakes at Turfway Park, will try to make it two straight today with Al Sabin. ; The Grade III $150,000 Alysheba for 2-year-olds is the ninth race on the pro-r'gram and will be followed by a simulcast of llhe $350,00-added Grade II Arlington-Washington Futurity, also for 2-year-olds, jfrom Arlington International. Turfway and Arlington will experiment with co-mingled simulcasts. Arlington will "accept wagers on Turfway's Alysheba, t'while Turfway then reciprocates by taking iwagers on Arlington's Futurity. The local hopeful will be Scudan, who captured the Alysheba prep. Speedy Gambit heads Nixon Trot LEBANON, Ohio In mid-September, Speedy Gambit was an easy winner in the 3-year-old colt stakes at the Delaware fairgrounds. Tonight Speedy Gambit hopes to do as well in the $100,000 Corwin Nixon Trot at Lebanon Raceway. The race brings together the top qualifiers in the Ohio Sires Stakes Series. Speedy Gambit has only four wins for his 14 starts this year with two of the trips to the winner's circle coming in the Sept. 17 stakes race at Delaware where he was driven by the nation's leading driver, John Campbell. Tonight's race marks the eighth straight year the trotting classic, now in its 16th year, will be raced at Lebanon. The race is named in honor of the track's long-time operational manager and current president. The field, by post position: Actioneer, DJ. Giddyupgo, Timothy Ridge, R Cornstalk, Trot For Joy, V-Anna's Good Stock, Rowdy Rougen, and Speedy Gambit. . Nine are expected to contest the sixth running of the Alysheba, formerly the In Memoriam. All starters will carry equal weight of 120 pounds. With nominations, entry and starting fees included, the As-lysheba could be worth $168,850, with $109,752 going to the winner. The first three finishers in the Alysheba will receive an automatic nomination to the 1992 Jim Beam Stakes next March. Al Sabin, a lightly raced son of Alydar, h St

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