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SUNDAY, MAY 31, 1998 SPORTS SAUNA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television i I Today's schedule ! AUTO RACING ! 11 a.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing, Winston ' Cup Series, MBNA Platinum 400, TNN, cable ,34. i 12:30 p.m. — CART Auto Racing, Miller Lite | 200, ESPN, cable 38. , 5 p.m. — Dayton Indy Lights Auto Racing, i championship, ESPN2, cable 39. ' 5 p.m. — NHRA Drag Racing, Fram Route 66 ; Nationals, TNN, cable 34. l BASEBALL > Noon — Major League Baseball, Chicago | White Sox at Detroit, WON. i 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World i Series, Arizona State vs. Miami (51-10), ESPN, ' cable 38. \ 6:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball. College World i Series, Florida State vs. Long Beach Stale, ES- i PN2, cable 39. ! 7 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at ; Chicago Cubs, ESPN, cable 38. > BASKETBALL 1 6:30 p.m. — NBA Playoffs, Indiana al Chica! go, NBC, cable 3,13. 1 GOLF i Noon — LPGA Golf, Wegman's Rochester In- 1 (ernational, ESPN2, cable 39. 10:35 p.m. — PGA Golf, The Memorial Tour- •nament, ABC, cable 10. HOCKEY ! 1 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Dallas at Detroit, i FOX, cable 4. I ' HORSE RACING 1 4:30 p.m. — Quarter horse racing, races and ; sites TBA. ESPN2. cable 39. SOCCER i 2 p.m. — Major League Soccer. NY-NJ al New England. Univision, cable 58. TENNIS ! 2 p.rh. — Tennis. French Open, NBC, cable 3, 113. ; TRACK & FIELD ! 3 p.m. — Track S Field. Prefonlaine Classic, ! CBS, cable 5,12. Baseball Softball High school .-> STATE TOURNAMENTS CLASS6A '.'• At Wichita Friday, May 29 Olalhe East 4. Manhattan 0 Olathe South 3, Derby 2 Wichita Northwest 12. Garden City 0 ,- Washbum Rural 3, SM Northwest 2 ' Saturday, May 30 ' .1 Semifinals • qiathe East 3. Olathe South 2 , Wichita Northwest 2, Washbum Rural 1 •"- ' Consolation 1 .Washbum Rural 2, Olalhe South 1 Championship Olalhe East 3, Wichita Northwest 0 CLASS 5A - : At Sallna ' ' Friday, May 29 . Salina South 7. Independence 2 (vlalze 12, St. Thomas-Aquinas 2 • Great Bend 4, Arkansas City 1 Shawnee Heights 4. Wichita Carroll 0 Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Salina South 2, Shawnee Heights 0 , Maize 6, Great Bend 0 ' Consolation Shawnee Heights 6, Great Bend 2 Championship ' Maize 4, Salina South 0 CLASS 4A At Manhattan Friday, May 29 , Burlington 4, Chapman 3,12 inn. Columbus 9, Marysville 0 Pratt 3, Basehor-Linwood 1 DeSoto 4, Mulvane 0 Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Columbus 2, Burlington 0 DeSolo 9, Pratt 3 ; Consolation Builijigton 7, Pratt 0 : Championship DeSSlo 6, Columbus 1 ., .,,. CLASS 3A " At Topeka :.'>'. Friday, May 29 Mission Valley 2, Osage City 1 Riverton 6, Lyons 0 • ' St; Mary's 7, Hoisington 2 •-. WBhita Coteg&e 5. Caney Valley 3 Saturday, May 30 -'" ; Semifinals Oontciation St. l/i!ys I. Waiter, late/ ' .' / CLASS 2-1A "~ At Emporia '•- ' Friday, May 29 . -ElkJiart 16, Inman i Salina Sacred Heart 5, Oswego 4 '-ROSsville 12, Elk Valley 2 •-UdallS, Frontenac4 . . Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Sacred Heart 11, Elkhart 1 ; .Rojsville 12, Udall 1 , ' Consolation ' ; fell 9, Elkharl 5 Championship Sacred Heart 6, Rossville 3 CUSS 6A STATE TOURNAMENT At Wichita OLATHE EAST 3, WICHITA NORTHWEST 0 Championship Wichita Northwest 000 000 0— 0 4 Olathe East 001 101 x— 3 6 Frye and Piper, Mellegaard and Seattle. W— Mellegaard, L— Frye. WASHBURN RUAL 2, ' OLATHE SOUTH 1 Consolation Washbum Rural 000 200 0— 2 6 OlatheSouth 000 001 0— 1 4 2 .-Hice'and Rork; Buehrer, Shartzer (5) anc Loveless. W— Rice, L— Buehrer. "CLASS 5A STATE TOURNAMENT At Sallna SALINA SOUTH 2, SHAWNEE HEIGHTS 0 Semifinal Shawnee Heights 0000000—0 4 2 .Salina South 000 200 x— 2 5 2 • Widmer, Martin (5) and Moeller; Mitchell an Powell. W— Mitchell (13-0). L— Widmer. MAIZE 6, GREAT BEND 0 Semifinal .Great Bend 000 000 0 — 0 3 5 Maize 00 060 x — 6 5 2 W— Frasco. L— Metro. 2B— M: Mountain 3B— M: S.Stiverson. SHAWNEE HEIGHTS 6, GREAT BEND 2 Consolation Shawnee Heights 1300020— 6 11 Great Bend 000 001 1 — 2 4 W— Martin. L— Manwarren. 3B— SH: Berry. •••' MAIZE 4, SALINA SOUTH 0 Championship Maize- 000 010 3 — 4 8 Salina South 000 000 x — 0 3 Frasco and Reed: Harbaugh and Grahai W— Frasco (13-1). L— Harbaugh (8-3). CLASS 2-1A STATE TOURNAMENT At Emporia ' SACRED HEART 11, ELKHART 1 1 (5 Innings) Semifinal Elkhart 000 10— 1 2 Sacred Heart 540 11— 11 11 PJoesser and Leiker. Kellen Ratcliff and Oxa 'dale; WP - Kellen Ratcliff. LP - Bloesser. 2 -Sft Leiker. 3B-SH:Ash. ROSSVILLE 12, UDALL 0 Semifinal Rossville 052 020 3-12 17 Udall 000 000 0 - 0 4 Bobb, Catron (4) and Foster. Kistler. Sade ( and^Qdwin. WP-Robb. LP-Kistler. 2B-I fledick, Gall. UDALL 9, ELKHART 5 Consolation Udall 140 301 0-9 6 •Elkhart. 000 031 1 - 5 6 .•Sade and Godwin. Bloesser and Leiker. 2B E: Leikf, Nusser. E: Leikr, I V SACRED HEART 6, ROSSVILLE 3 Championship ossville 100 020 0 — 3 6 3 acred Heart 212 001 x —6 6 2 Gentry and Foster. Wagoner and Oxandale. P —Wagoner (7-2). LP — Gentry. Today's schedule SUNDAY, MAY 31 BASEBALL Oakland at Kansas City, 1 p.m. Sallna Blaze al Kearney, Mo., 2 p.m. GOLF Saline County Four-Ball Tournament. Elks Country Club, 7:30 a.m. Texas League First Half Eastern Division W L Pet. GB rkansas (Cardinals) 34 22 .607 — hreveport (Giants) 27 28 .491 6V4 ackson (Astros) 26 29 .473 TA ulsa (Rangers) 24 30 .444 9 Western Division an Antonio (Dodgers) 31 23 .574 — Midland (Angels) 28 27 .509 3!4 I Paso (Brewers) 26 29 .473 S'/i rVichita (Royals) 23 31 .426 8 Saturday's Games Shreveport 13. Arkansas 3 Tulse 2. Jackson 1 San Antonio 10, Midland 4 El Paso 4, Wichita 0 Sunday's Games Jackson at Tulsa San Antonio at Midland Wichita at El Paso EL PASO 4, WICHITA 0 rVichita 000 000 000 — 0 9 0 I Paso 100 120 000—4 7 2 W—Wunsch (2-3). L—Grundy (2-4). College World Series Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Arizona State 11, Florida State 10 Miami 3, Long Beach State 1 Saturday, May 30 LSU 12, Southern Cal 10 Mississippi Slate 14, Florida 13 Sunday, May 31 Game 5 — Arizona State (39-22) vs. Miami 1-10), 3:30 p.m. Game 6 — Florida State (53-19) vs. Long each State (41-22-1), 7:30 p.m. Monday, June 1 Game 7 — LSU (47-17) vs. Mississippi State 2-21), 3:30 p.m. Game 8 — Southern Cal (44-17) vs. Florida 6-17), 7:30 p.m. LSU 12, SOUTHERN CAL 10 IU 000 113 520—12 14 2 .outhern Cal 102 205 000—10 12 2 Esteves, Demouy (5), Thompson (7) and resse; Etherton, Penney (7), Lane (7), Krawzyk (8) and Munson. W—Thompson, 12-4. L— Lane, 8-2. HRs—LSU, Higgins (14), McClure .7), Fumiss (28), Cresse 2 (28), Davis (9), Hars (8). Southern Cal, Eamhart (11), Gorr (14), reitas (14). MISSISSIPP ST. 14, FLORIDA 13 lississippi Slate 050 500 004—14 14 3 orida 030 103 015—13 13 0 Ginter, H.Thoms (6), Donovan (7), Polk (7), einike (9), Johnson (9) and Patton, McGrath; kfilkerson, Fogg (4), McClendon (8) and Ross. '—Ginter, 6-4. L—Wilkerson, 10-5. Sv—Johnon (10). HRs—Mississippi St., R.Thoms, ryan, Patton. Florida, Ross, Dill. High school STATE TOURNAMENTS CLASS 6A At Wichita Friday, May 29 Wichita Southeast, 6, Olathe East 5 Manhattan 9, Blue Valley North 1 Wichita Heights 10, Olathe South 9 Dodge City 7, Lawrence 5 Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Manhattan 13, Wichita Southeast 3 Wichita Heights 10, Dodge City 7 Consolation Dodge City 13, Wichita Southeast 5 Championship Manhattan 16, Wichita Heights 15 CLASS SA At Sallna Friday, May 29 Great Bend 12, Valley Center 6 Wichita Carroll 7, Shawnee Heights 5 Arkansas City 4, St. Thomas Aquinas 1 Fort Scott 4, Topeka Seaman 3,9 inn. Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Great Bend 8, Wichita Carroll 6 Fort Seen 4. Arkansas City 0 Consolation Arkansas Or/ 21. Wctta Carroll 4 Championship Great Bena 6. FBI Scat 2 CLASS 4A At Manhattan Friday, May 29 Kansas City Ward 17, Marysville 4 Spring Hill 6, Pratt 2 Scott City 4, Augusta 2 Topeka Hayden 1, Chanule 0 Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Kansas City Ward 14, Spring Hill 7 Topeka Hayden 7, Scott City 5 Consolation Spring Hill 17, Scott City 7 Championship Kansas City Ward 6, Topeka Hayden 4 CLASS 3A At Topeka Friday, May 29 Silver Lake 12, Galena 2 Southeast of Saline 2, Neodesha 0 Central Heights 7, Jefferson West 6 Oxford3, Hoisington 0 Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Silver Lake 5, Southeast of Saline 4 Oxford 1, Central Heights 0 Consolation Silver Lake 14, Central Heights 1 Championship Silver Lake 6, Oxford 3 CLASS 2-1A At Emporia Friday, May 29 Elkharl 13, Minneola 0 Slyvan11,Thayer1 Pittsburg-Colgan 5, Canton-Galva 3 Central-Burden 4, Rossville 3, 9 inn. Saturday, May 30 Semifinals Sylvan 8, Elkhart 2 Pittsburg Colgan 10, Central-Burden 2 Consolation Elkhart 20, Central-Burden 7 Championship Pittsburg Colgan 16, Sylvan 0 CLASS SA STATE TOURNAMENT At Sallna GREAT BEND 8, WICHITA CARROLL 6 Semifinals Wichita Carroll 100 122 0 — 6 8 1 Great Bend 0100124—811 1 Latta, Allis (6) and Hull. Garrett, Loomis (6 and Hickel. WP - Loomis. LP - Allis. HR - Dunla (2), Rusco, Great Bend. FORT SCOTT 4, ARKANSAS CITY 0 Semifinal Fort Scott 012 100 0—4 9 Arkansas City 000 000 0 — 0 5 2 LaRoche and A. Regan. Welch and Bertho WP - Lafloche. LP - Welch. HR • J. Regan LaRoche, Karleskint, Fort Scott. ARKANSAS CITY 21, WICHITA CARROLL 4 Consolation Wichita Carroll 100 21 — 4 Arkansas Cily (13)25 1x—21 18 2 WP • Hayes. LP - Pfeifer. HR - Gilmore. GREAT BEND 6, FORT SCOTT 2 Championship Great Bend 000 500 1 — 6 4 Fort Scott 101 000 0— 2 5 6 Loomis and Hickel. Lancaster, Vanderpool ( and A. Regan. WP • Loomis. LP • Lancaster. CLASS 3A STATE TOURNAEMNT At Topeka SILVER LAKE 5, SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 4 Semifinal Southeast of Saline 020 200 0 — 4 7 Silver Lake 010 030 1 — 5 4 Myers, Ellertson (5) and Pelerson; Younc Krueger (4) and Ross. W—Krueger (4-1). L— Ellerston (0-1). 2B—SES: Douglas; SL: Ross. SOUTHEAST OF SALINE 14, CENTRAL HEIGHTS 1 Consolation Southeast of Saline 51080 — 14 9 Central Heights 001 00— 1 1 3 Zuriluh and Pelerson; Bently and Brown W— t Basketball urfluh (3-0). L—Bentley (4-1). 2B—SES: Person 2. SILVER LAKE 6, OXFORD 3 Championship verLake 320 010 0—6 9 3 xford 030 000 0—3 6 2 Kohake, Kruger and Ross; Weber and Bartel- n. W-Kruger. L—Weber. CLASS 2-1A STATE TOURNAMENT At Emporia ELKHART 20, CENTRAL BURDEN 7 . Consolation entral Burden 600 01—7 8 5 khart 750 8x—20 10 4 N. Davis, Brown (1). Wood (4) and R. Davis; oods (1), R. Davis (4). Anderson and Smith. —Anderson. L—Davis. HRs—None. 'ITTSBURG COLGAN 16, SYLVAN 0 Championship ^Ivan Grove 000 00—0 2 1 Isburg-Colgan 014 11x—16 14 0 C. Meitler, Ringler (4) and Wehrman. Badard d Boman. W—Badart. L—C. Meitler. HRs— C: Huerter. YBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 16 Utah 112, LA Lakers 77 Sunday, May 17 Chicago 85, Indiana 79 Monday, May 18 Ulah 99, LA Lakers 95 Tuesday, May 19 Chicago 104, Indiana 98 Friday, May 22 Utah 109, LA Lakers 98 Saturday, May 23 Indiana 107, Chicago 105 Sunday, May 24 Ulah 96, LA Lakers 92, Utah wins series 4-0 Monday, May 25 Indiana 96, Chicago 94 Wednesday, May 27 Chicago 106, Indiana 87 Friday, May 29 Indiana 92, Chicago 89, series tied 3-3 Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) MBA summary PACERS 92, BULLS 89 Friday's game CHICAGO (89) Pippen 6-18 6-7 19, Kukoc 3-7 4-5 10, Longy 5-10 3-3 13, Jordan 12-23 10-11 35, Harper -8 0-0 4, Rodman 2-5 2-2 6, Brown 0-0 0-0 0. 'ennington 0-1 0-0 0, Kerr 0-1 0-0 0, Simpkins -0 0-0 0, Burrell 1-3 0-0 2. Totals 31-76 25-28 9. INDIANA (92) Mullin 1-3 0-0 2, D.Davis 7-9 5-10 19, Smits 1-123-4 25. Miller 2-13 3-3 8, Jackson 4-10 213, Best 2-6 2-2 6, McKey 1-3 3-4 5, A.Davis -4 2-6 6, Rose 3-10 2-4 8. Totals 33-70 22-35 2 hicago 24 22 23 20—89 ndlana 24 25 21 22-92 3-Poinl goals—Chicago 2-12, (Jordan 1-4, ippen 1-5, Kukoc 0-1. Harper 0-1, Burrell 0-1), diana 4-18 (Jackson 3-6, Miller 1-7. Best 0-1, ullin 0-2, Rose 0-2). Fouled out—None. Re- ounds—Chicago 50 (Rodman 12). Indiana 48 D.Davis 8). Assists—Chicago 9 (Pippen, Longy, Jordan), Indiana 12 (Jackson, Best. A.Davis . Total fouls—Chicago 25, Indiana 23. Techni- als—Chicago illegal defense. A—16,566 6,530). MBA Today By The Associated Press SCOREBOARD Sunday, May 31 Indiana at Chicago (6:30 p.m. CDT). The Pac- rs and Bulls meet in Game 7 of the Eastern onference finals, with the winner to face Utah n the NBA Rnals. STAR Rik Smits, Pacers, scored 25 points on 11- or-12 shooting to help lead Indiana to a 92-89 ictory over Chicago. SEVENTH GAME Indiana defeated Chicago 92-89 Friday night o force the Bulls' to their first Game 7 with Michael Jordan on the team since the second ound of the 1992 playoffs. Sunday night's game will be the Pacers' third Game 7 in a conference inals in five years. They lost in 1994 to New York and in 1995 to Orlando. SAFE AT HOME Indiana's 92-89 victory over Chicago on Friday night was its eighth straight home win in the playoffs. SUBPAR Reggie Miller was 2-for-13 from the field, and finished with just eight points in Indiana's 92-89 victory over Chicago on Friday night. It was his first game under double figures in this playof season. STRONG IN DEFEAT Michael Jordan scored 35 points on 12-for-23 shooting from the field, and 10-lor-n from the foul line in Chicago's 92-69 loss at Indiana on Friday night. SURGERY Portland forward Brian Grant underweni arthroscopic surgery on his right shoulder Friday to repair a partially torn rotator cuff. Grant, who averaged 12.1 poinls and 9.1 rebounds last sea son, is expected to be ready for the start of train ing camp on Oct. 6. Women's World UNITED STATES 70, CHINA 54 At Bremen, Germany UNITED STATES (70) Williams 5-61-111, Staley 4-6 0-0 8, Leslie 6 15 4-5 16, Smith 1-6 0-1 2, McCray 3-4 4-4 10 Azzi 1-2 0-0 2, Holdsclaw 6-12 1-2 13, Milton 0 2 0-2 0, Wolters 3-6 2-2 8. Totals 29-61 12-17 70. CHINA (54) Jiang 0-2 0-0 0, Zhang 2-8 3-3 7. Miao 1-3 O-i 2, Ma 5-154-4 14, Yu 1-40-02, D.Zheng 1-2 0 0 2, Lu 0-5 2-2 2, Yang 3-101-2 8, H.Zheng 3-9 3-4 9, Sui 1-3 2-2 4. Liang 2-8 0-0 4. Tolals 19 6915-1754. United States 42 28—70 China 28 26—54 3-Point goals—United Stales 0-4 (Staley 0-1 Azzi 0-1, Smith 0-2), China 1-9 (Yang 1-4 D.Zheng 0-1, Lu 0-2, Zhang 0-2). Fouled out- Ma. Rebounds—United States 50 (Leslie 11] China 38 (Ma 6). Assists—United Stales 1 (Staley 4), China 13 (Yang 5). Total fouls—Unil ed States 16, China 20. Auto racing NASCAR MBNA 400 QUALIFYING DOVER, Del. (AP) — Lineup lor the MBN, Platinum 400 Winston Cup race today at Dove Downs International Speedway, with car num ber, driver, hometown, type of car and qualifyin speed in mph: 1. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis. Ford, 155.898 2. (24) Jell Gordon. Vallejo, Calif.. Chevrole 155.039. 3. (6) Mark Martin, Batesville, Ark., Ford 155.012. 4. (88) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford 154.706. 5. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Fon 154.633. 6. (42) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland. Fla.. Chevro let, 154.500. 7. (75) Rick Mast. Rockbridge Baths. Va Ford. 154.480. 8. (36) Ernie Irvan, Salinas, Calif.. Pontiac 153.813. 9. (28) Kenny lrwin.*lndianapolis. Fort 153.695. 10. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va.. Pon liac, 153.237. 11. (9) Lake Speed, Jackson. Miss., Ford 153.139. 12. (12) Jeremy Mayfield. Owensboro, Ky Ford, 153.113. 13. (90) Dick Trickle. Wisconsin Rapids, Wis Ford, 153.081. 14. (26) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids. Midi ord, 153.022. 15. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 52.899. 16. (43) John Andretti, Indianapolis. Ponliac, 52.866. 17. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Chrisli, Texas, hevrolet, 152.827. 18. (31) Mike Skinner, Susanville, Calif., hevrolet. 152.775. 19. (8) Buckshot Jones, Monticello. Ga., hevrolet, 152.685. 20. (40) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., hevrolet, 152.665. 21. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., ord, 152.549. 22. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, 52.549. 23. (77) Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C., ord, 152.549. 24. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford, 52.523. 25. (33) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrc- 1,152.458. 26. (7) Geoff Bodine. Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 53.807. 27. (98) Rich Sickle, Edgerton, Wis., Ford, 52.756. 28. (44) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 52.452. 29. (11) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 52.387. 30. (96) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., hevrolet, 152.355. 31. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Ford, 52.316. 32. (30) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., ontiac, 152.271. 33. (71) Dave Marcis, Wausau, Wis., Chevro- t, 152.213. 34. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolis, N.C., hevrolet, 152.091. 35. (78) Gary Bradberry, Chelsea, Ala., Ford, 52.091. 36. (18) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christi, exas, Pontiac, 152.053. 37. (99) Jefl Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, rovisional. 36. (4) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Chevrolet, provisional. 39. (97) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Ford, rovisional. 40. (50) Randy LaJoie, Norwalk, Conn., Chevrolet, provisional. 41. (41) Steve Grissom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, provisional. 42. (91) Kevin Lepage, Shelburne, VI., :hevrolel, provisional. 43. (1) Darrell Waltrip, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet, provisional. CART MILLER LITE 200 LINEUP WEST ALLIS, Wis. (AP) — The lineup for to- ay's Miller Lite 200 CART FedEx Champi- nship Series race at the Milwaukee Mile, with car number in parentheses, driver, hometown or ounlry, make of car and speed in mph: 1. (33) Patrick Carpentier, Canada, Reynard- Mercedes, 185.500. 2. (99) Greg Moore, Canada, Reynard-Meredes, 184.817. 3. (3) Andre Ribeiro, Brazil, Penske-Mercedes, 84.487. 4. (6) Michael Andretti. Nazareth, Pa., Swift- ord, 184.057. 5. (12) Jimmy Vasser, Las Vegas, Nev., Rey- ard-Honda, 183.385. 6. (27) Dario Franchitti, Scotland, Reynard- tonda, 182.064. 7. (2) Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., enske-Mercedes, 181.663. 8. (9) J.J. Lehlo, Finland, Reynard-Mercedes, 81.610. 9. (4) Alex Zanardi, Italy, Reynard-Honda, 81.459. 10. (16) Hello Castro-Neves, Brazil, Reynard- lercedes, 181.256. 11. (17) Mauricio Gugelmin, Brazil, Reynard- lercedes, 180.938. 12. (7) Bobby Rahal, New Albany, Ohio, Rey- ard-Ford. 179.922. 13. (20) Scott Pruett, Crystal Bay, Nev., Rey- ard-Ford, 179.800. 14. (26) Paul Tracy, Canada, Reynard-Honda, 79.608. 15. (5) Gil de Ferran, Brazil, Reynard-Honda, 79.383. 16. (24) Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Reynard-Toyota, 179.262. 17. (15) Roberto Moreno, Brazil, Swift-Ford, 78.384.. 18. (18) Mark Blundell, England, Reynard-Mercedes, 178.153. 19. (25) Max Papls, Italy, Reynard-Toyota, 177.905. 20. (77) Arnd Meier, Germany, Lola-Ford. 177.567. 21. (8) Bryan Herta, New Albany, Ohio, Reynard-Ford, 177.489. 22. (98) P.J. Jones, Rolling Hills, Calif., Reynard-Toyota, 177.134. 23. (32) Adrian Fernandez, Mexico, Reynard- Ford, 177.032. 24. (10) Richie Hearn, Henderson, Nev., Swill- Ford, 176.999. 25. (19) Michel Jourdain Jr., Mexico, Reynard Ford, 176.402. 26. (21)TonyKanaan, Brazil, Reynard-Honda, 175.552. Golf Armes-Stevenson 83-79—162 McCall-Yost 85-77—162 Schneider-Lambert 84-78—162 Payne-Frank 86-76—162 Shearer-Pistora 85-77—162 Lawson-Dodd 89-73—162 Lamer-Latham 85-78—163 Miller-Ring 80-83—163 Mitchell-Martin 88-75—163 Rudolph-Kellogg 79-84—163 Lummln-Abbott 83-81—164 Raymer-Weidman 83-82—165 Fifth Flight cMichael-Taylor 83-83—165 ske-Fabrizius 85-81—166 tephens-D'Alanno 82-84—166 uderkirk-Cloutier 83-84—167 etter-Richardson 87-80—167 ordstrom-Erickson 88-80—168 rown-Parks 91-77—168 nan-Trefler 84-85—169 agmeier-Naylor 90-79—169 enard-McGinley 85-85—170 aelber-Wallace 86-87—173 haffee-Wemer 88-85—173 riep-Griep 91-83—174 ester-Vlnson 99-82—181 Hen-Donovan 100-86—186 uftman-Hrabe 108-91—199 TODAY'S TEE TIMES At Sallna Country Club 7:30 a.m No. 1 - Allen-Donovan; Huffman-Hrabe. No. 10 - Griep-Griep; Jester-Vlnson. 7:40 a.m. No. 1 - Faelber-Wallace; Chaffee-Wemer. No. 10- Menard-McGinley; Hslgele-Mgndy. 7:50 a.m. No. 1 - Finan-Treffer; Hagmeier-Naylor. No. 10 - Nordstrom-Erickson; Brown-Parks. 8a.m. No. 1 - Ouderklrk-Cloutier; Fatter-Richardson. No. 10- Fiske-Fabrizius; Stephens-D'Alanno. 8:10 a.m. No. 1 - Raymer-Weidman; McMichael-Taylor. No. 10 - Rudolph-Kellogg; Lunnin-Abott. 8:20 a.m. No. 1 - Miller-King; Mitchell-Martin. No. 10 - Lawson-Dorf; Lamer-Latham. 8:30 a.m. No. 1 - Payne-Frank; Shearer-Pistora. No. 10 - McCall-Yost; Schneider-Lambert. 8:40 a.m. No. 1 - Kuder-Kuder; Armes-Stevenson. No. 10 - Boaz-Nelson; Sanchez-Johnson. 8:50 a.m. No. 1 - Maddox-Kohls; McMahon-ltschner. No. 10 - Knlpp-Buckholz; Vidricksen-Barr. 9 a.m. No. 1 - Enderby-Grofl; Crowell-Broughton. No. 10- Simpson-Knight; MacDonald-Fuller. 9:1 Oa.m. No. 1 - Butler-Smith; Wolf-Carswell. No. 10 - Sitzman-Eilrich; Doucette-Alvarez. 9:20 a.m. No. 1 - Drake-Ginther; Klein-Klein. No. 10-Lilly-Yarnevich; Bamett-Bamett. Noon No. 1 - McMurray-Hedge; Danaher-Renz. No. 10- Field-Bradshaw; Peatling-Klingzell'. 12:10 p.m. No. 1 - Frazier-Frazien Wilson-Lebahn. No. 10 - Johnson-DeVoss; Nelson-Burke. 12:20 p.m. No. 1 - Fair-Sanchez; Martin-Pieschl. No. 10 - Syring-Graham; Lebahn-Silvers. 12:30 p.m. No. 1 - Martin-Morrone; Stainbrook-Miles. No. 10 - Tingen-Lowen; Robblns-Cordero. 12:40 p.m. No. 1 - Driver-Sorem; Payne-Mitchell. No. 10 - Redding-Morgan; Peterson-Anderon. 12:50 p.m. No.1 -Miller-Ring; Riddle-Newell. No. 10- Jones-Rackley; Plumer-Schaibmeir. 1 p.m. No.1 - Loomis-Scheffer; Dawson-F.Roth No. 10- Stulterheim-Stulterh; Dupy-Shriver. 1:1 Op.m. No. 1 - Kindlesparger-Kindle; McArthur-Alt. No. 10 - Frohardt-lngrassia; Burch-Burch. 1:20 p.m. No. 1 - Neuschafer-Robertson; Knox-Knox. No. 10- Rittel-Robb; Simpson-Denning. 1:30 p.m. No. 1 - Ryan-Norton; Vogel-Roth. No. 10- Moline-Moline; Gibson-Ramage. 1:40 p.m. No. 1 - Vandegrift-Brown; Jensen-Jensen. No. 10-Tuttle-Belt; Moos-Jones. 1:50 p.m. No. 1 - Cline-Hulteen; Vidricksen-Alt. No. 10- Brumley-Williams; Knipp-Fromdahl. Saline Co. Four-Ball Championship Flight Cline-Hulteen 66-68—134 Vidricksen-Alt 67-69—136 Vandegrift-Brown 70-67—137 Jensen-Jensen 68-70—138 Ryan-Norton 71-69—140 Vogel-Roth 70-70—140 Neuschafer-Robertson 70-70—140 Knox-Knox 75-66—141 Kindlesparger-Kindlesparger 70-72—142 McArthur-Alt 71-17—142 Loomis-Shetler 79-73—143 Dawson-F. Roth 72-71—143 Miller-Ring 72-71—143 Riddle-Newell 77-67—144 Driver-Sorem 74-70—144 Payne-Milchell 74-70—144 First Flight Brumley-Williams 75-78—145 Knipp-Fromdahl 78-67—145 Tuttle-Belt —73.73—146 Moos-Jones 72-75—147 Moline-Moline 76-71—147 Gibson-Ramage 72-75—147 Kittle-Robb 72-75—147 Simpson-Denning 77-71—148 Frohardt-lngrassia 78-70—148 BuN'i-Burch 79-69—148 Slutlerheim-Stutterheim 75-74—149 Dupy-Shriver 71-78—149 Jones-Rackley 76-73—149 Plumber-Scheibmeir 76-73—149 Redding-Morgan 76-73—149 Peterson-Anderson 77-72—149 Second Flight Tingen-Lowen 77-73—150 Robbins-Cordero 74-77—151 Martin-Morrone 78-73—151 Stainbrook-Miles 75-76—151 Syring-Graham 76-75—15 Lebahn-Silvers 76-75—151 Fair-Sanchez 77-74—151 Martin-Pieschl 77-74—151 Johnson-Devoss 76-77—153 Nelson-Burke 79-74—153 Frazier-Frazier 77-76—15t Wilson-Lebahn 78-76—154 Field-Bradshaw 78-76—154 Peatling-Klingzell 78-76—154 McMurray-Hedge 80-74—154 Danaher-Renz 77-78—155 Lilly-Yarnevich 76-79—155 Third Flight Barnett-Barnett 77-79—156 Drake-Ginlher 78-78—156 Klein-Klein 80-76—156 Sitzman-Eilrich 80-78—158 Doucette-Alvarez 79-79—158 Butler-Smith 79-79—158 Woll-Carswell 84-74—158 Simpson-Knight 79-79—158 MacDonald-Fuller 79-79—158 Endsrby-Groff 81-78—159 Crowell-Broughton 81-78—159 Knipp-Buchholz 82-77—159 Vidricksen-Barr 80-80—160 Maddox-Kohls 82-78—160 Fourth Flight McMahon-ltschner 78-83—161 Boaz-Nelson 81-80—16 Sanchez-Johnson 81-80—161 Kuder-Kuder 88-73—161 t PGA Mike McCullough ale Douglass ob Eastwood ohn Schroeder Bobby Stroble ee Trevino red Gibson ohn Paul Cain Hubert Green erry Dill ose Maria Canizare Rocky Thompson ohn Mahafley eonard Thompson C.Snead Billy King im Colbert Bud Allin "om Wargo lave Eichelberger Roy Vucinlch erry McGee iugh Baiocchi lob E. Smith Bruce Crampton ohn Jacobs <urt Cox Irian Barnes Dick Hendrickson im Albus ohn Morgan im Ferree lobby Nichols lob Murphy !hi Chi Rodriguez Miller Barber Ben Smith 'om Shaw }avid Lundstrom larold Manning . im Dent Larry Laorettl ,riis Pike 'om Jenkins Billy Casper )rville Moody luzz Thomas Butch Balrd Don Bias Walter Zembriski Fritz Gambetta Bob Charles Lee Elder .airy Ziegler Bruce Devlin Arnold Palmer MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT DUBLIN, Ohio (AP) — Scores Saturday after ie third round of the the S2.2 million Memorial Tournament, played on the 7,163-yard, par-72 Murlield Village Golf Club course: Fred Couples 68-67-67—202 Davis Love III 66-73-66—205 Emie Els 67-72-67—206 Andrew Magee 67-71-68—206 TedTryba 67-71-68—206 David Duval 74-66-67—207 Bobby Wadkins 71-72-65—208 Larry Mize 72-70-66—208 Chris Perry 71-69-68—208 Brett Ouigley 69-69-70—208 Tom Lehman 68-70-70—208 Kirk Triplet! 67-71-70—208 Len Mattiace 68-67-73—208 John Huston 69-75-65—209 Glen Day 73-71-65—209 Brandel Chamblee 71-72-66—209 Jim Furyk 74-68-67—209 Robert Damron 70-70-69—209 Mark Calcavecchla 68-69-72—209 Jesper Pamevik 73-71-66—210 John Cook 74-68-68—210 Neal Lancaster 73-69-68—210 MarkWiebe 72-70-68—210 Nick Faldo 71-70-69—210 Craig Sladler 67-73-70—210 Justin Leonard 69-70-71—210 Trevor Dodds 66-72-72—210 TimHerron 72-72-67—211 Steve Strieker 71-72-68—211 BobTway 70-73-68—211 Frank Lickliter 72-70-69—211 Steve Jones 68-71-72—211 Joey Sindelar 66-72-73—211 Jay Haas 69-76-67—212 Dan Forsman 69-75-68—212 Edward Fryatt 73-70-69—212 Frank Nobilo 71-72-69—212 LeeJanzen 68-74-70—212 Brad Elder 70-72-70—212 Brad Fabel 71-71-70—212 Harrison Frazar 68-69-75—212 Jeff Gallagher 71-74-68—213 Billy Mayfair 72-73-68—213 Kevin Sutherland 70-73-70—213 Scolt Verplank 72-70-71—213 PhilBlackmar 73-69-71—213 Steve Pale 66-74-73—213 Payne Stewart 67-72-74—213 Brad Faxon 74-71-69—214 Jim Carter 74-71-69—214 David Ogrin • 74-70-70—214 Gabriel Hjertstedt 69-75-70—214 Fred Funk 75-69-70—214 Stewart Cink 75-69-70—214 Bob Estes 72-68-74—214 DougTewell 73-67-74—214 David Toms 72-73-70—215 Mike Hulbert 70-75-70—21 Steve Lowery 73-71-71—21 Tiger Woods 70-74-71—21 Mark Brooks 68-75-72—21 David Edwards 74-69-72—21 Brent Geiberger 69-70-76—21 Esteban Toledo 73-70-73—216 Kenny Perry 71-69-76—216 JoeOzaki 75-70-72—217 Don Pooley 71-73-73—21 Greg Kraft 67-74-76—21 Jeff Maggert 75-69-74—218 Jeff Sluman 73-70-75—218 Vijay Singh 73-70-76—21 PGA Seniors PITTSBURGH CLASSIC SEWICKLEY, Pa. (AP) — Scores Saturday af ter the second round of the $1.1 million Pitts burgh Senior Classic, played on the 6,781-yard par-72 Sewickley Heights Goll Club: Larry Nelson 65-65—130 Jay Sigel 72-66—138 John Bland 72-66—138 Walt Morgan 67-72—139 Al Geiberger 67-72—139 Gil Morgan 73-67—140 Frank Conner 72-68—140 Ray Floyd 71-69—140 Dana Quigley 69-71—140 Joe Inman 68-72—140 Gary Player 72-69—14 Bob Duval 72-69—141 Ed Dougherty 71-70—141 Mike Hill 71-70—141 Bruce Lehnhard 75-67—142 Chuck Milne 71-71—142 George Archer 71-71—142 David Graham 70-72—142 KarmitZarley 76-67—143 Bob Dickson 73-70—143 Tommy Aaron 71-72—143 71-72—143 71-72—143 70-73—143 70-73—143 70-73—143 74-70—144 73-71—144 72-72—144 72-72—144 68-76—144 73-72—145 72-73-145 72-73—145 70-75—145 70-75—145 69-76—145 74-72—146 73-73—146 70-76—146 77-70—147 77-70-147 75-72—147 74-73—147 73-74—147 73-74—147 77-71—148 75-73—148 74-74—148 73-75—148 73-75—148 72-76—148 80-69—149 75-74—149 75.74—149 74-75—149 77-73—150 76-74—150 74-76—150 73-77—150 68-82—150 81-70—151 77-74—151 75-76—151 74-77—151 74-77—151 74-77—151 78-74—152 78-74—152 76-76—152 77-76—153 77-76—153 74-79-153 74-61—155 82-74—156 80-76—156 81-76—157 LPGA ROCHESTER INTERNATIONAL ROCHESTER, N.Y. (AP) — Scores Saturday after the third round of the $700,000 LPGA Rochester International, played on the 6,162- rard, par-72 Locust Hill Country Club course: Rosie Jones 74-69-64—207 iherri Steinhauer 74-71 -66—211 DaleEggeling 72-71-69—212 Jenny Lidback 71-71-70—212 Hollis Stacy 74-67-71—212 Moira Dunn 67-72-73—212 Alicia Dibos 71-74-68—213 Dottie Pepper 73-71-69—213 Lisa Walters 71-70-72—213 Juli InkSter 71-68-74—213 Missie McGeorge 74-69-71—214 Shelley Hamlin 71-71-72—214 Eva Dahllof 71-69-74—214 Joan Pitcock 67-72-75—214 LorieKane 73-71-71—215 Nancy Scranton 72-72-71—215 Dawn Coe-Jones 68-73-74—215 AmyFruhwirth 74-71-71—216 Meg Mallon 71-73-72—216 Rachel Hetherington 76-71-70—217 Nancy Lopez 76-70-71—217 Penny Hammel 75-71-71—217 Sally Little 74-71-72—217 Vicki Fergon 72-71-74—217 Beth Daniel 72-71-74—217 Brandie Burton 68-71-78—217 CrislieKerr 73-75-70—218 Betsy King ' 71-77-70—218 Clancy Ramsbottom 73-74-71—218 anice Gibson 70-76-72—218 Caroline McMillan 76-69-73—218 lanice Moodie 77-67-74—218 "ammie Green 73-68-77—218 Peart Sinn 74-75-70—219 LoriAtsedes 76-72-71—219 Amy Read 75-73-71—219 aneGeddes 73-75-71—219 Kris Monaghan 71-76-72—219 Colleen Walker 74-72-73-219 lindy Figg-Currier 73-73-73—219 Dina Ammaccapane 73-71-75—219 enniler Feldott 71-73-75—219 Nancy Harvey 72-71-76—219 Helen Alfredsson 79-70-71—220 Laura Baugh 76-70-74—220 Se Ri Pak 74-72-74—220 Heather Daly-Donofrio 70-76-74—220 Stephanie Lowe 75-70-75—220 Michelle Estill 77-72-72—221 Missie Berteotti 77-72-72—221 Jenny Lee 76-73-72—221 Catriona Matthew 74-72-75—221 Hiromi Kobayashi 71-75-75—221 "iusie Redman 76-72-74—222 Cindy Flom 74-74-74—222 Allison Finney 74-74-74—222 KimSaiki 76-71-75—222 Mardi Lunn 74-73-75—222 Anna Acker-Macosko 74-73-75—222 Suzanne Strudwick 75-71-76—222 Marta Figuaras-Dotti 73-70-79—222 Mitel Edge 75-74-74—223 Tina Barrett 72-77-74—223 Karen Noble 72-77-74—223 Lori West 75-73-75—223 Chris Greatrex 74-74-75—223 Patty Schremmer 76-73-75—224 Sue Thomas 73-75-76—224 Barb Whitehead 71-75-78-224 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 73-75-77—225 Laurie Rinker-Graham 77-72-77—226 Leigh Ann Mills 76-73-77—226 Kristi Coats 74-75-77—226 Anne Marie Palli 76-73-78-227 Vickie Odegard 75-71-81—227 Julie Piers 73-76-79—228 Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Best-of-7) Friday, May 29 Detroit 5, Dallas 3, Detroit leads series 2-1 Saturday, May 30 Washington 2, Buffalo 0, Washington leads series 3-1 Sunday, May 31 Dallas at Detroit, 1 p.m. (FOX) Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Wednesday, June 3 Detroit at Dallas, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Tennis French Open PARIS (AP) — Schedule of matches today on the showcourts and others involving seeded players at the French Open: Play begins on all courts at 4 a.m. CDT Court Central Fernando Meligeni, Brazil, vs. Thomas Muster, Austria Sandrine Testud (14), France, vs. Lindsay Davenport (2), Newport Beach, Calif. Marcelo Rios (3), Chile, vs. Albert Costa (13), Spain Jana Novolna (3), Czech Republic, vs. Anna Kournikova (13), Russia Court Suzanne Lenglen Ramon Delgado, Paraguay, vs. Felix Mantilla (15), Spain Yevgeny Kafelnikov, Russia, and Daniel Vecek (4), Czech Republic vs. Jordi Burillo, Spain, and Marc-Kevin Goellner, Germany, 36, 7-6 (7-0) 4-4. completion of postponed match. Carlos Moya (12), Spain, vs. Jens Knippschild. Germany Serena Williams, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla., vs. Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (4), Spain Conchita Martinez (7), Spain, vs. Iva Majoli (10), Croatia '* Court 1 Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, vs. Anna Smashnova. Israel Alex Corretja (14), Spain, vs. Hernan Gumy, Argentina, 6-1.5-7,6-7 (4-7), 5-4, completion of match. Henrieta Nagyova. Slovakia, vs. Venus Williams (8), Palm Beach Gardens, Fla. Patty Schnyder, Switzerland, vs. Magui Serna, Spain Chanda Rubin, Lafayette, La., vs. Monica Seles (6). Sarasola, Fla. Winner or Kafelnikov-Vacek vs. Bunllo-Goell- ner match vs. Gustavo Kuerten and Fernando Meligeni. Brazil RENDER SPORTS DIGEST Raiders' 2nd-round s draft pick found dead By The Associated Press _ _ '';._ MARIETTA, Ga. — Leon Bender, a Washington State defensive tackle who signed with land this month after being drafted by the Raiders in the second round, was found dead Saturday in the bathroom of his agent's home in this suburb north of Atlanta. The cause of death was not immediately known. Police do not suspect foul play, said Cobb County police spokesman Robert Quigley. Bender was 22. "He was just found in the floor of the bathroom," Quigley said. "I think there may have. '.: been a medical history there." Bender had epilepsy, a disorder of certain :;, nerve cells in the brain, Washington State ath-. letic spokeswoman Janay Leddy said from Pullman, Wash. It was not known whether that con-; dition might have contributed to his death. c . . The 6-foot-5, 300-pounder from Santee, Calif., 1 v signed with Oakland on May 12. We was the 31$ player overall picked in the NFL draft. ', ( _ <! Auto racing _ _ TOPEKA — A pre-race inspection uncovered •••'• nothing wrong with a drag racing car that crashed-: at Heartland Park, killing its 60-year-old driver. Officials were investigating whether the man fell unconscious behind the wheel before he crashed. A • • Ford Mustang driven by Joseph E. "Papa Joe" -•'•<• Smith Sr., 60, of Manhattan, blew past the quarter-"! mile track's finish line at more than 127 mph Fri^ day night. But the car never slowed, whizzing -~'r) through a three-quarter-mile cool-down area and "' slamming into a concrete retaining wall, said Leri. f ! Lehman, a spokesman for the track. Smith was • pronounced dead at the scene. It was the first fatal-' ity at Heartland Park since the track opened in •.':'< 1989. Results of an autopsy scheduled for Saturday ;~ were not immediately available. ' ' - DOVER, Del. — Dale Earnhardt Jr. overcame a-" spin at the entrance to pit road with a fast, four- '•'>• tire change on his final stop to win the MBNA Pls(t1 inum 200 on Saturday. 1(1 Basketball _ ^. BREMEN, Germany — Lisa Leslie scored 16 ; -' points and grabbed 11 rebounds Saturday, leading ',', the United States to a 70-54 win over China and its ',',, fourth straight victory at the Women's World Championships. Chamique Holdsclaw scored 13 points, Natalie Williams had 1 1 and Nikki McCray 10. . _ ; , , Football _ ^ DALLAS — Bill Meek, football coach at two , - ; , , Texas schools as well as Kansas State and Utah,, ,. died Thursday of cancer. Meek, 76, coached SMU -fjj from 1957-61 and compiled a 17-29-4 record. His best season was 1958, when SMU finished 6-4 with vic.to.i ries over Southwest Conference rivals Texas, Texas A&M and Texas Christian. Before coaching.; j SMU, Meek was coach at Kansas State from 1951-54 and Houston in 1956 and 1957. His 1953 Kansas . , , | State team was second in the Big Seven with a 6-3-1 record and Houston won a Missouri Valley Confer-* ence championship under his leadership. He fhv , ished his coaching career with six seasons at Utah,, 1968-73, where he was 33-31. :,,, Golf ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It took Minnesota •>•>••> freshman James McLean just five months to go >'•. > from a small town in Australia where sheep out- ^. number people to the top of the collegiate golf ••'! I world. The 19-year-old beat a field loaded with taJV:'• ented Americans to win the individual title Saturday at the NCAA championships. And he did it in record style with rounds of 71, 66,65 and 69 for a 12" under total of 271. McLean, who left his hometown-..-, of Wahgunjah, Victoria, in January, tied the 72-hole, record set by John Inman of North Carolina in 1984 and equalled by Phil Mickelson of Arizona State in 1992 and Justin Leonard of Texas in 1994. Soccer WASHINGTON — In its final warmup game be-fore leaving for the World Cup, the United States .'.'.". played a disappointing scoreless tie with Scotland on Saturday, again failing to finish off several .'., scoring chances. While the Americans (6-3-3 this year) completely dominated the first half, they had several major defensive lapses in the second and ', preserved the tie with the spectacular goalkeeping- of Kasey Keller, who stopped Kevin Gallacher on,'3 breakaway in the 58th minute, stuffing the ball as*.-. Gallacher broke in 1-on-l. -' Tennis NEUSS, Germany — Boris Becker, a three-time Wimbledon champion, Saturday said he will defi- '•< nitely skip the grand slam tournament that pro- ' vided the backdrop for many of his greatest sue- , cesses. " Track and field EUGENE, Ore. — Four of the fastest sprinters on earth — Michael Johnson, Ato Boldon, Maurice Greene and Marion Jones — are among the heaolmV ers for Sunday's Prefontaine Classic, the last major invitational track and field meet still thriving in th£ United States. The most intriguing race could be the men's 100, in which Boldon and Greene — close friends and training partners — are within a breath,, of the world record. 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