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D2 THURSDAY. JUNE 4, 1998 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD I ! Television Today's schedule BASEBALL 1 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, WON. 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Baseball, College World Series, Louisiana State vs. Southern California, ESPN, cable 38. HOCKEY 6:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, Washington at Buffalo, ESPN, cable 38. SOCCER 7 p.m. — Major League Soccer, LA at Dallas ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS 8 a.m. — Tennis, French Open, USA, cable 30. Hockey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS (Beat-of-7) Saturday, May 23 Buffalo 2, Washington 0 Sunday, May 24 Detroit 2, Dallas 0 Monday, May 25 Washington 3, Buffalo 2 (ot) Tuesday, May 26 Dallas 3, Detroit 1 Thursday, May 28 Washington 4, Buffalo 3 (ot) Friday, May 29 Detroit 5, Dallas 3 Saturday, May 30 Washington 2, Buffalo 0 Sunday, May 31 Detroit 3, Dallas 2 Tuesday, June 2 Buffalo 2, Washington 1, Washington leads series 3-2 Wednesday, June 3 Dallas 3, Detroit 2 (ot), Detroit leads series 32 Thursday, June 4 Washington at Buffalo, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Friday, June 5 Dallas at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. (ESPN) Saturday, June 6 Buffalo at Washington, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (ESPN) Sunday, June 7 Detroit at Dallas, 1:30 p.m., if necessary (FOX) Basketball NBA playoffs NBA FINALS (Best-of-7) Wednesday, June 3 Utah 88, Chicago 85 (ot), Utah leads series 1 0 Friday, June 5 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m. (NBC) Sunday, June 7 Utah at Chicago, 6:30 p.m. (NBC) Wednesday, June 10 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m. (NBC) Friday, June 12 Utah at Chicago, 8 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Sunday, June 14 Chicago at Utah, 6:30 p.m., if necessary (NBC) Wednesday, June 17 Chicago at Utah, 8 p.m., If necessary (NBC) NBA summary JAZZ 88, BULLS 85 (ot) CHICAGO (85) Pippan 7-19 6-6 21, Kukoc 4-12 0-0 9, Longley 4-7 2-210, Jordan 13-29 6-8 33, Harper 2-4 0-0 4, Burrell 2-5 0-0 4, Buechler 0-1 0-0 0, Rodman 0-2 0-0 0, Kerr 2-3 0-0 4. Totals 34-82 141685. UTAH (88) Russell 6-12 3-415, Malone 9-25 3-4 21, Foster 1-5 0-0 2, Hornacek 2-10 0-0 4, Stockton 912 6-7 24, Eisley 4-6 0-0 B, Morris 3-6 0-0 6, Anderson 3-5 0-0 6, Carr 0-3 0-0 0, Ostertag 1-1002. Totals 38-85 12-15 88. Chicago 17 23 19 20 6—85 Utah 17 28 22 12 9—88 3-Point goals—Chicago 3-16 (Jordan 1-2, Kukoc 1-5, Pippen 1-7, Harper 0-1, Burrell 0-1), Utah 0-8 (Hornacek 0-1, Eisley 0-1, Morris 0-2, Russell 0-4). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Chicago 49 (Rodman 10), Utah 51 (Malone 14) Assists—Chicago 14 (Kerr 5), Utah 23 (Stock ton 6). Total fouls—Chicago 19, Utah 21. A— 19,911 (19,911). Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division ' W L Pet. GB New York 40 13 .755 — Boston 33 23 .589 8'A Toronto 29 29 .500 1314 Baltimore 28 30 .483 14ft Tampa Bay 25 32 .439 17 Central Division W L Pet GB Cleveland 34 23 .596 — Minnesota 26 30 .464 TA Chicago 23 33 .411 10Vi Detroit 21 33 .389 1 Kansas City 21 35 .375 12ft West Division W L Pet GB Texas 34 22 .607 — Anaheim 29 26 .527 414 Seattle 26 31 .456 8ft Oakland 23 32 .418 10ft Tuesday's results Minnesota 10, Oakland 3 Baltimore 9, Seattle 6,10 innings Texas 7. Tampa Bay 3 Cleveland 8, Detroit 3 Boston 11, Toronto 3 NY Yankees 6, Chicago White Sox 3 Anaheim 7, Kansas City 5 Wednesday's results Toronto 5, Detroit 1 Baltimore 3, Boston 0 NY Yankees 7, Tampa Bay 1 Chicago White Sox 10, Kansas City 5 Minnesota 3, Cleveland 2 Anaheim at Seattle, (n) Texas at Oakland, (n) Thursday's games Detroit (Moehler 5-4) at Toronto (Williams 6-2), 12:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox (Navarro 4-6) at Kansas City (Rusch 3-7), 1:05 p.m. Texas (Helling 7-2) at Oakland (Haynes 3-2), 2:15 p.m. Baltimore (Ponson 0-2) at Boston (Saberha- gen 6-3), 6:05 p.m. Tampa Bay (Springer 2-8) at NY Yankees (Irabu 4-1), 6:35 p.m. Cleveland (Gooden 0-2) at Minnesota (Radke 7-3), 7:05 p.m. Anaheim (Hill 7-4) at Seattle (Cloude 3-3), 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Atlanta 42 18 .700 — New York 31 23 .574 8 Philadelphia 26 30 .464 14 Montreal 22 36 .379 19 Florida 17 41 .293 24 Central Division W L Pet. GB Houston 34 22 .607 — Chicago 34 24 .586 1 St. Louis 29 27 .518 5 Milwaukee 28 28 .500 6 Pittsburgh 29 30 .492 6ft Cincinnati 27 33 .450 9 West Division W L Pet. GB San Diego 36 22 .621 — San Francisco 36 24 .600 1 Los Angeles 27 30 .474 8ft Colorado 25 34 .424 11ft Arizona 19 40 .322 17ft Tuesday's results Chicago Cubs 2, Florida 1 Pittsburgh 5, NY Mels 2 Montreal 4, Philadelphia 3 Atlanta 9, Milwaukee 0 Arizona 9, Colorado 3 St. Louis 7, Los Angeles 4 Houston 4, San Diego 3 San Francisco 4, Cincinnati 2 Wednesday's results Colorado 3, Arizona 2 Chicago Cubs 5, Florida 1 San Francisco 8, Cincinnati 5 Pittsburgh 3, NY Mels 0 Montreal 3, Philadelphia 2 Atlanta 5, Milwaukee 2 SI. Louis at Los Angeles (n) Houston at San Diego (n) Thursday's games Houston (Hampton 7-2) at San Diego (Ashby -4), 4:05 p.m. St. Louis (Acevedo 1-1) at Los Angeles (Park 4-3), 6:05 p.m. Arizona (Daal 1-3) at Colorado (Thomson 4-5), :05 p.m. American League WHITE SOX 10, ROYALS S CHICAGO KANSAS CITY sbrhbl abrhbl Drtiam 2b 5 1 2 1 Damon d 4221 Snopekss 5010 Olfrmn2b 3111 FThmsIb 4100 HMrrisdh 4000 Norton 1b 1000 JKing 1b 5000 Belle dh 5220 Palmer 3b 5010 Vntura 3b 4330 Conine If 4011 Crderolf 5343 Dyer) 4120 MOrdzrt 3024 Fasanoc 3000 Cmeron d 5000 Sullen ph 1000 O'Brien c 3012 MiSwyc 0000 Halter ss 3110 Pndlton ph 1000 Lopez ss 0000 Totals 40101510 Totals 37 5 B 3 Chicago 200 233 000—10 Kansas City 200 300 000— 5 E—Snopek (1), Ventura (9). LOB—Chicago 11, Kansas City 9. 28—Durham (12), Snopek (1), Cordero 3 (9), Damon (11), Offerman (10). SB—Cameron (8). SF—MOrdonez, O'Brien. IP H RER BB SO Chicago ire 31-3 6 5 3 4 4 CCastillo W.2-4 32-3 2 0 0 0 2 Simas 2 00001 Kansas City RappL,4-5 51-312 9 9 4 5 Pichardo 12-3 3 1 1 0 0 Bevil 1 00011 JMontgomery 1 00011 WP-CCastilto, Rapp. Umpires—Home, Roe; First, Merrill; Second, Scott; Third, Phillips. T-3:04. A—13,280(40,625). ORIOLES 3, RED SOX 0 BALTIMORE BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl ByAdsn d 2100 DLewis rf 4000 EDavis rt 4121 JnVntin 3b 2000 Bainesdh 3100 BnjminSb 2000 Carter dh 1000 Grcprr ss 4000 RPImHb 4021 MVghn 1b 4020 RAtmr2b 3011 Leyritzdh 4000 Surhoftlf 4000 O'Lrylf 3000 CRpkenSb 3000 Bulordcl 3020 Holies c 4010 Merloni 2b 2010 Rboulet ss 3010 Varitek c 3000 Totals 31 3 7 3 Totals 31 0 5 0 Baltimore 000 102 000—3 Boston 000 000 000-0 DP—Baltimore 1, Boston 1. LOB—Baltimore 5, Boston 5. 2B—EDavis (B), MVaughn (13). CS—HPalmelro (4). SF—RAIomar. IP H RER BB SO Baltimore DJohnsW,2-1 71-3 4 0 0 1 4 Rhodes S,2 12-3 1 0 0 0 3 Boston LoweL.0-5 52-3 6 3 3 2 2 Mahay 21-3 1 0 0 1 0 Corsl 1 00001 Umpires—Home, Welke; First, Cederstrom; Second, Brinkman; Third, Cousins. T—2:40. A—31,355 (48,262). YANKEES 7, DEVIL RAYS 1 TAMPA BAY NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl McCkn d 4000 Knblch 2b 4000 Cairo2b 4010 DJeterss 3120 Boggs 3b 4000 Sojo ss 1010 McGrfl 1b 4111 O'Neill rf 4111 Srrentodh 4020 BWIImsd 3000 MKellyll 3000 TMrtnzlb 3100 DaMrtzrf 3010 Raines dh 3 t 1 0 OiFlcec 3000 CurtisII 2200 Stacker ss 2000 Posadac 4112 Brosius 3b 3024 Totals 31 1 5 1 Totals 30 7 8 7 Tampa Bay 000 100 000—1 New York 000 502 OOx—7 DP—Tampa Bay 2. LOB—Tampa Bay 5, New York 4.2B—Sorrento (16), Brosius 2 (16). 3B— DJeter (5). HR—McGriff (7). SB—Curtis (9). CS—MKelly (2). IP H RER BB SO Tampa Bay Saunders L.1-6 5 67736 Aldred 3 20022 New York OHerndzW,1-0 7 51127 Stanlon 2 00002 Saunders pitched to 2 batters in the 6th. Umpires—Home, McCoy; First, Johnson; Second, Meriwethen Third, Evans. T—2:52. A—27,291 (57,545). BLUE JAYS 5, TIGERS 1 DETROIT TORONTO abrhbl abrhbl Barteed 4 0 t 0 JoCruzcl 3111 Ctlnotto 1b 4010 SGreen rf 4012 Hggnsn rt 4110 Cnseco If 4000 Easley2b 4000 Stewart If 0000 LGnzlzll 3001 CDIgdetb 4010 Tmbrlndh 3010 Stanley dh 4111 RandaSb 3000 Dlsndro3b 4000 JOfverc 3000 Grbeck2b 3000 DCruzss 3000 KLBwnc 3220 AGnztzss 3121 Totals 31 1 4 1 Totals 32 5 B 5 Detroit 000 100 000—1 Toronto 002 011 10x—5 E-^JOIiver (5), CDelgado (1). LOB—Detroit 3, Toronto 4. 2B—Higginson (15), CDelgado (18), KLBrown (5). 3B—KLBrown (1). HR—Stanley (11). SB—Bartee (3), JoCruz (3), AGonzalez 2 (11J.CS—LGonzalez (4). IP H RER BB SO Detroit Granger L.0-1 61-3 B 5 4 t 4 Runyan 1-300000 Crow 11-30 0 0 0 1 Toronto Clemens W.6-6 9 4 1 1 0 10 PB—JOIiver. Umpires—Home, Kosc; Rrst, Reed; Second, Kaiser; Third, Bamett. T—2:09. A—26,291(51,000). TWINS 3, INDIANS 2 CLEVELAND MINNESOTA abrhbl ' abrhbl Lofton d 3010 Nixon cf 2210 vlzquelss 4010 TWIker2b 4000 Justice dh 4121 Molitordh 4110 Thome 1b 4010 Merced 1b 3011 MRmrz rf 3010 Ochoa ph 0000 Dnston pr 0000 Hcking 3b 0000 WhitenII 4000 MCdvalf 4022 SAImrc 3111 lawtonrf 3010 Frymn 3b 3000 RCmer 3b 3000 DaBell 2b 3000 Stnbch c 3010 PMresss 3000 I 31 2 7 2 Totals 29 3 7 3 Cleveland 010 000 100—2 Minnesota 100 000 02x—3 DP—Cleveland 1, Minnesota 2. LOB—Cleveland 4, Minnesota 5. HR—Justice (11), SAIomar (3). SB—Lofton 2 (18), Vizquel (11). CS— Vlzquel (7). IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Colon L.4-4 72-3 6 3 3 2 2 Assenmacher 0 00010 Mesa 1-31 0000 Minnesota Hawkins 72-3 7 2 2 1 5 Swindell W,1-2 1-300000 AguileraS,10 1 00011 Assenmacher pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Mesa pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. Umpires-Home, McKean; First, Joyce; Second, Clark; Third, Craft. T—2:36. A—8,897 (48,678). National League ROCKIES 3, DIAMONDBACKS 2 ARIZONA COLORADO abrhbl abrhbl AFox 2b 4010 NPerez ss 4000 Olson p 0000 CGdwin d 3020 DWhited 3010 Helton 1b 4000 TLeetb 4111 LWIkerrf 4220 MWIms 3b 4010 Castilla 3b 3112 Dllucti If 4010 Burks If 3011 JBell ss 4120 JReed c 3020 KGrcia rf 4010 Bates 2b 2 0 0 ( Stinnett c 3001 McElry p 0000 Blair p 3000 Aslaciop 1000 Smkwc 2b 0000 Using 2b 1000 Totals 33 2 8 2 Totals 28 3 8 3 Arizona 010 001 000—2 Colorado 010 000 002—3 No outs when winning run scored. DP—Arizona 2, Colorado 2. LOB—Arizona 5 Colorado 5. 2B—Dellucci (11), LWalker (26 HR—TLee (10), Castilla (22). SB—LWalkar (8 CS—AFox (3), Castilla (6). S—Astacio. IP H RER BB SO Arizona Blair B 61132 Olson 1,1-3 0 2220 Colorado Astacio 72-3 6 2 2 1 McElroyW,2-1 11-32 0 0 0 Olson pitched to 2 batters in the 9th. Today's schedule THURSDAY, JUNE 4 BASEBALL Chicago White Sox at Kansas City, 1:05 p.m. Newton at Salina Falcons, 6-6 p.m. Umpires—Home, Danley; First, Quick; Sec- nd. West; Third, Kellogg. T—2:11. A-46,279 (50,381). CUBS 5, MARLINS 1 LORIDA CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl nwdycf 4000 BBrwncf 4000 nteria ss 4010 Mmdnl 2b 4110 otsay rt 4 1 2 0 Sosa rt 5112 elle3b 3011 MaGcelb 4130 oyd II 3000 HRdrgz II 4000 Jcksnlb 3000 Lowerycf 0000 unse«2b 4010 Blauserss 3110 dmndc 4010 JHmdz3b 4130 Hmdz p 2000 Servals c 2012 nglosi ph 0000 Wood p 4000 msbr p 0000 BPtrsn p 0000 ante! p 0000 Beck p 0000 Lee ph 1000 otals 32 1 6 1 Totals 34 510 4 orlda 000 100 000-1 hlcago 000 230 OOx—5 E—Renteria (11). LOB—Florida 8, Chicago 1. 2B—Renteria (10), Kolsay (12), Counsell 1), JHernandez (6), Servais (5). 3B—Zeile (2). R—Sosa (16). SB—BBrown (3). CS—RJack- n(1), MaGrace(3). IP H RER BB SO Florida HmdzL,3-4 7 10 5 4 5 4 arensbourg 1-300011 ante! 2-30000 1 Chicago VoodW,6-2 8 51149 Patterson 2-31 0000 eck 1-300001 WP—LHernandez, Wood. Umpires—Home, Vanoven First, Hirschbeck, vf,; Second, Froemming; Third, Gregg. T—2:46. A—20,742 (38,884). BRAVES 5, BREWERS 2 TLANTA MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Gllen ss 4100 Vina 2b 4000 uckerrf 4000 Lorettass 2110 hJnes3b 3100 CirilloSb 5021 Irrga 1b 4110 Nilsson 1b 4000 lesko If 4012 Grssom cl 3000 erWm If 0000 Bumitz rt 4000 Lopezc 4000 Hughesc 4121 Uones d 3100 Jenkins II 4010 irtfnno 2b 4121 DJones p 0000 ilavine p 1000 Juden p 2010 glnbr p 0000 Owens ph 1010 Were p 0000 AReyes p 0000 Hmelin 1b 1000 otals 31 5 4 3 Totals 34 2 8 2 Atlanta 220 100 000—5 Milwaukee 100 000 010—2 E—Nilsson (2), Grissom (2). DP—Atlanta 1. OB—Atlanta 3, Milwaukee 11. 2B—Klesko 11), Cirillo (11), Hughes (2). HR—Hughes (2). B—AJones 2 (4). S—Glavine 2. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Glavine W.8-2 61-3 6 1 1 4 6 igtenberg 12-32 1 1 0 2 WohlersS.B 1 00021 Milwaukee udenL,5-4 7 45325 .Reyes 1 00001 DJones 1 00000 Umpires—Home, Meals; First, Tata; Second, Davis; Third, Bell. T—2:46. A—19,116(53,192). EXPOS 3, PHILLIES 2 MONTREAL PHILADELPHIA abrhbl 4000 5000 4231 4121 4011 0000 3010 3000 0000 0000 3010 2000 Sntnglo 2b Widgerc /Grero rf RWhite cl RPerez If ilovall If Grdzln ss FllmoMb 'idro ph McGire tb \ndrws 3b .Perez p Glnvillecf Hudlerlf SRclen 3b Lbrthal c Brogna tb MLewis 2b Selcik pr Abreu rt AAriasss Beechp KJrdan ph Gomes p Wnslon p Sprdlin p Totals abrhbl 1 1 0 000 0 1 1 000 0 1 0 1 3 0 0000 3010 4000 2000 1000 0000 0000 0000 otals 32 3 8 3 Totals 34 2 7 1 Montreal 010 100 010—3 'hiladelphla 001 000 100—2 E—Grudzielanek (14). DP—Philadelphia 1. LOB—Montreal B, Philadelphia 6. 2B—MLewis 8). HR—VGuerrero (10), RWhite (10). SB— VGuerrero (3), Glanville (9). S—CPerez, Abreu. IP H RER BB SO Montreal CPerez W.6-3 9 72104 Philadelphia Beech 7 52247 Gomes L.4-2 2-331101 Winston 0 00000 Spradlin 11-30 0 0 0 2 Winston pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. HBP—by Winston (Vidro). WP—Beech 2, Gomes. PB—Lieberthal. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Crawlord; Second, Davidson; Third, Gorman. T—2:31. A—13,592(62,363). PIRATES 3, METS 0 NEW YORK PITTSBURGH abrhbl abrhbl Alfonzo3b 3000 Alnswrtcl 4110 iilkey If 4000 AMrtin If 3011 Piazza c 4000 TWard II 1000 Olerud 1b 3000 Kendall c 3110 4020 KYng 1b 2100 Huskeyrf 4010 Strange2b 3000 Becker d 3000 JGIIenrf 2000 Talum ph t 0 0 0 ARmrz 3b 3012 ROrdzss 3000 Plcvichss 3000 2010 Lleberp 2000 MFrcoph 1000 Wmackph 1000 McMcl p 0000 Chrslns p 0000 Rojas p 0000 Totals 32 0 4 0 Totals 27 3 4 3 New York 000 000 000-0 Pittsburgh 100 000 20x—3 E—Polcovich (10). DP—New York 1. LOB— New York 7, Pittsburgh 2. 2B—ARamirez (1) 38—Allensworth (3). SB—Huskey (5). IP H RER BB SO New York RReedL,6-3 6 21105 McMichael 1 22221 Rojas 1 00000 Pittsburgh LieberW,3-7 8 40017 Christiansen S.1 1 00002 HBP—by Lleber (Olerud). Balk—Lieber. Umpires—Home, Hohn; First, Hernandez Second, Marsh; Third, Benin. T—2:10. A—17,691 (47,972). GIANTS 8, REDS 5 CINCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl RSndrs d 5113 DHmtn d 5230 Slynes3b 4020 Mueller 3b 3111 BLrkin ss 4000 Bonds If 3111 DYng If 4110 Benard If 0000 BBoone2b 4020 JKenl2b 3000 EduPrzlb 4110 RSnchz2b 1000 Wtklnsrf 1001 Javier rt 4130 LHrrisph 1010 Snowlb 4121 Frdycec 3111 Aurilia ss 3001 Tbnsee ph 1000 BJhnsn c 3233 Tomko p 2000 Esles p 3000 Sllivan p 0000 Jhnstne p 0000 Nieves ph 0100 Hayes ph 1000 Graves p 0000 Nen p 0000 WGmeph 1010 Totals 345105 Totals 338137 Cincinnati 000 000 500—5 San Francisco 002 060 OOx—8 DP—Cincinnati 1, San Francisco 2. LOB— Cincinnati 6, San Francisco 6. 2B—BBoone (21), Fordyce (5), DHamilton (8), Mueller (15; Snow (8). HR—RSanders (6), BJohnson 2 (8; SB-Javier (3). CS-^IKent (3). SF—Watkins Aurilia. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Tomko L.5-4 41-310 7 7 3 3 Sullivan 12-31 1 1 1 Graves 2 2000 San Francisco EstesW,5-5 62-3 8 5 5 2 Johnstone 11-30 0 0 1 NenS,16 1 2000 WP—Tomko 3. Umpires—Home, Dreckman; First. Pulli; Sec ond, Williams, C.; Third, Rapuano. T—2:38. A—13,524 (62,000). Late boxscores TUESDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE ASTROS 4, PADRES 3 HOUSTON SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhb Biggie 2b 5010 QVeras2b 3 1 1 DeBell rf 4120 SFinley cf 412 Bgwell 1b 4221 Gwynn rf 402 ou II 4110 Joyner 1b 3001 erry 3b 1000 GVghn H 4111 ogarSb 3000 GMyrsc 3000 verettcf 4021 RRivraph 1000 sebtoc 4012 Gvnola3b 3010 Wgnrp 0000 CHmdzph 1000 lerrez ss 3010 Gomez ss 3010 ynlds p 3000 Lngslti p 1000 smus c 0000 Moulon ph 1000 CReyes p 0000 Bhmgr p 0000 MaSwy ph 1000 Mlceli p 0000 otals 35 410 4 Totals 32 3 8 3 ouston 000 010 300-4 an Diego 101 100 000—3 E—Langston (1). DP—Houston 2, San Diego LOB—Houston 12, San Diego 4.2B—Everett 0), SFinley (14), Gwynn (15). HR—Bagwell I), GVaughn (18). S—Reynolds. SF-vJoyner. IP H RER BB SO Houston eynoldsW,6-3 8 83313 Wagner S,15 1 00001 San Diego angston 5 71133 Reyes L.2-2 1 23321 oehrlnger 1 10022 Iceli 2 00002 CReyes pitched to 3 batters in the 7th. Umpires—Home, Holbrook; First, Wendelst- dt; Second, Layne; Third, Rieker. T—2:43. A—15,735 (59,772). GIANTS 4, REDS 2 INCINNATI SAN FRANCISCO abrhbl abrhbl Sndrscl 4000 DHmtn d 4221 tynesll 4000 Mueller3t> 5000 Lrkinss 4120 Bonds If 3121 •bnsee c 4112 JKenl 2b 3011 Ynglb 4020 Javierrl 3010 WGme 3b 4000 Snow 1b 4011 Boone2b 4000 RSnchzss 4000 Finallyrt 4010 Maynec 3110 'nchsl p 1000 Darwin p 1000 While p 0000 SReedp 0000 raves p 0000 RRdrgz p 0000 ieves ph 1000 Benard ph 1000 elindap 0000 Nenp 0000 ^Ims ph 1000 otals 35 2 6 2 Totals 31 4 8 4 Inclnnati 200 000 000—2 an Francisco 100 021 OOx—4 E—Nunnally (6), JKenl (11), RSanchez (4), arwin (2). LOB—Cincinnati 7, San Francisco 0. 2B—Mayne (3). HR—Taubensee (4), Hamilton (1). S—Winchester, Darwin 2. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Winchester L.3-3 5 74433 iWhlte 1-31 001 0 Graves 2-300002 elinda 2 00002 San Francisco )arwlnW,5-3 62-3 4 2 2 0 5 Reed 2-31 0001 ^Rodriguez 2-300001 lenS,15 1 10002 Winchester pitched to 2 batters In the 6th. HBP—by Winchester (JKent). Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First. Dreckman; iecond, Pulli; Third, Williams, C.. T—2:43. A—10,320 (62,000). MLB leaders AMERICAN LEAGUE Batting G AB R H Pet. Rodriguez Tex 52 205 39 77 .376 TWalkerMin 42 163 31 58 .356 Segui Sea 53 205 35 71 ' .346 BWilliamsNYY 53 204 40 69 .338 Brosius NYY 50 181 31 61 .337 DJeter NYY 53 231 53 76 .329 Stairs Oak 47 160 29 52 .325 Higginson Del 54 204 36 65 .319 O'Neill NYY 52 216 35 69 .319 McCrackenTB 57 233 29 74 .318 IdmondsAna 52 198 37 63 .318 lasleyOet 53 198 36 63 .318 Home runs ARodriguez, Seattle, 21; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 21; uGonzalez, Texas, 17; Canseco, Toronto, 17; lasley, Detroit, 16; MVaughn, Boston, 15; RPalmeiro, Baltimore, 14. Runs batted In JuGonzalez, Texas, 72; Griffey Jr, Seattle, 52; Easley, Detroit, 47; O'Neill, New York, 45; ARo- driguez, Seattle, 44; Thome, Cleveland, 44; RPalmeiro, Baltimore, 44. Pitching (7 decisions) DWells, New York, 8-1, .889; Cone, New York, 7-1, .875; PMartinez, Boston, 6-1, .857; Helling, exas, 7-2, .778; Nagy, Cleveland, 7-2, .778; WWilliams, Toronto, 6-2, .750; Wakefield, Boston, 6-2, .750; Rogers, Oakland, 6-2, .750. NATIONAL LEAGUE Batting G AB R H Pet. BJordenStL 47 180 33 66 .367 Olerud NYM 54 176 27 64 .364 Gwynn SD 53 194 33 70 .361 Taubensee Cin 53 181 29 64 .354 AlouHou 54 192 31 67 .349 MaGraceChC 58 223 36 77 .345 Kendall Pit 54 198 36 68 .343 Bichette Col 58 243 36 83 .342 SosaChC 55 218 42 74 .339 ChJonesAtl 60 225 51 76 .338 Home runs McGwire, St. Louis, 27; Caslilla, Colorado, 21; ialarraga, Atlanta, 21; GVaughn, San Diego, 18; ChJones, Atlanta, 16; Sosa, Chicago, 16; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 14; Bonds, San Francisco, 14. Runs batted In McGwire, St. Louis, 68; Castilla, Colorado, 56; Galarraga, Atlanta, 55; Alou, Houston, 49; ChJones, Atlanta, 48; Bonds, San Francisco, 47; Sosa, Chicago, 46. Pitching (7 decisions) Schmidt, Pittsburgh, 8-1, .889; Trachsel, Chicago, 6-1, .857; Glavine, Atlanta, 8-2, .800; GMaddux, Atlanta, 8-2, .800; Millwood, Atlanta, 7-2, .778; Hampton, Houston, 7-2, .778; Neagle, Atlanta, 7-2, .778. Texas League First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Arkansas (Cardinals) 37 22 .627 — Jackson (Astros) 29 30 .492 8 Shreveport (Giants) 28 30 .483 8% Tulsa (Rangers) 24 34 .414 12V4 Western Division San Antonio (Dodgers) 34 24 .586 — Midland (Angels) 30 29 .503 4V4 El Paso (Brewers) 28 31 .475 6!t Wichita (Royals) 24 34 .414 10 Tuesday's results Wichita 5, San Antonio 4 Shreveport 6, Jackson 4 Arkansas 10, Tulsa 3 Midland 9, El Paso 4 Wednesday's results San Antonio 2, Wichita 0 Jackson 10, Shreveport 2 Arkansas 9, Tulsa 6 El Paso 13, Midland? Thursday's games Wichita at San Antonio, 7:05 p.m. Shreveport at Jackson Tulsa at Arkansas El Paso at Midland Wranglers linescore SAN ANTONIO 2, WICHITA 0 Wichita 000 000 000 — 0 1 San Antonio 000 020 OOx — 2 4 0 Ray, Bluma (7) and Stewart; Stone and Pena WP — Stone (7-1). LP — Ray (1 -3). College World Series At Rosenblatt Stadium, Omaha, Neb. Friday, May 29 Arizona State 11, Florida State 10 Miami, Fla. 3, Long Beach Stale 1 Saturday, May 30 Louisiana State 12, Southern Caliiornia 10 Mississippi State 14, Florida 13 Sunday, May 31 Arizona Stale 9, Miami, Fla. 2 Long Beach Stale 7, Florida State 4, Florid, State eliminated Monday, June 1 Louisiana Stale 10, Mississippi State B Southern California 12, Florida 10,11 innings Florida eliminated Tuesday, June 2 Long Beach Slate 6, Miami, Fla. 3, Miami elim inated Southern Caliiornia 7, Mississippi Slate 1, Mis sissippi Slate eliminated Wednesday, June 3 Arizona Stale 14, Long Beach Slate 4, Lon Beach State eliminated Thursday, June 4 Louisiana State (48-17) vs. Southern California (46-17), 2:30 p.m. Friday, June S Louisiana State vs. Southern California, 2:30 p.m., II necessary Saturday, June 6 Championship Arizona State (41-22) vs. Louisiana State or Southern Caliiornia, 11:30 a.m. ARIZONA STATE 14 LONG BEACH STATE 4 rizona State 142 101 122 — 14 1B 0 ong Beach State 000 102 001— 4 11 4 Leon, Kramer (7) and Halvorson, Jones (9); euenberger, Thomas (3), Kordich (7), Beml (9) nd Kennedy. WP—Leon (4-0). LP—Leuen- erger (6-3). S—Kramer (3). HR—AS: oomquist, Moreno, Belnbrink; LBS: Sledge, ennedy. American Legion SALINA 1998 LEGION SCHEDULES All dates doubleheaders with 6 p.m. starting mes, unless otherwise noted. Home games in SALINA A HAWKS (Coach Chris Lambert) JUNE 5 - At Great Bend; 8 - RUSSELL; 10 - UTCHINSON CUBS; 12 - MANHATTAN; 16 EWTON; 17 - GREAT BEND; 19-21 - At real Bend Invitational, TBA; 24 - At Hays; 27 AWRENCE BANDITS, noon; 29 - TOPEKA OST 400, (one game), 7 p.m. JULY 2-5 - GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT, TBA; 7 At Hutchinson; 8 - HAYS; 10 - At Russell; 13 At Newton; 16-19 - Zone Tournament, TBA; 3-26 - Stale Tournament, TBA. SALINA A EAGLES (Coach Greg Marlng) JUNE 7 - NEWTON, 2 p.m.; 9 - McPHERSON; 10 HAPMAN; 13 - LAWRENCE, 2 p.m.; 14 - At El orado, 2 p.m.; 16 - HUTCHINSON; 19-21 - At real Bend Invitational, TBA; 23 - CHAPMAN; 5 - At Hays; 26-28 - At Russell Invitational, BA; 30-HUTCHINSON. JULY 2-5 - GRAND SLAM TOURNAMENT, TBA; 8 HAYS; 9 - At Newton; 11 - EL DORADO, 2 m; 12 - At McPherson, 4 p.m.; 13 - At Hutchinson; 16-19 - Zone Tournament, TBA; 3-26 - State Tournament, TBA. Senior Babe Ruth SALINA CRESTWOOD 9 SALINA INDIANS 6 Irestwood 301 140 0 — 9 ndlans 120 010 2 — 6 WP — Schmidt. LP — Anderson. 2B — C: lerbel; I: Glassbum, Crawlord, Rske. 3B — C: lerbel, Ogorzolka. SALINA INDIANS 10 SALINA CRESTWOOD 8 Jrestwood 020 321 0 — 8 ndians 310 015 x — 10 WP — Perez. LP — Earley. 2B — C: Neuman; I: Burchlield, Rske, Glassburn. 3B — C: Jeuman, Ogorzolka. Auto racing Salina Speedway WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS CRUISERS A feature — 1. Steve Blacketer-John leynolds; 2. Shane Meeks-Chad Markley; 3. Douglas-David Clements. B feature — 1. Don Beggs-Bud Lee; 2. Terry Maske-Pat Markley; 3. efl Graves-Tracy Hanback. Heat winners — llacketer-Reynolds; Meeks-Markley; Kenny Cross-Bart Tannahill. MINI STOCKS A feature—1. Brian Sollars; 2. G.W. Fuller; 3. lorey Lagroon. Heat winners — Lagroon; Solars. POINT STANDINGS CRUISERS 1. Tannahill-Cross, 110; 2. Meeks-Markley, 06; 3. Gary Ulley-Dave Cross, 104; 4. Clement- Clement, 101; 5. (tie) Justin Carigren-Ron Ja- obson & Aaron Suchy-Darin Schark, 99. Recreation SPR scores SALINA PARKS 8, RECREATION BASEBALL Juniors League 3—Ferco Falcons 35, Chicago White Sox 1; Sallna Tornados 27, Tony's Cubs 4. Midgets League 1 — Remax White Sox 9, Ferco Rental Fury 6; Salina Hawks 15, McKee Wildcats 0. League 3 — Salina Falcons 10, Paradise Colee Red Sox 1;Fullers Falcons 12, Walkers Mariners 2. Pee Wee League 1 — Salina Braves 16, Cepas Cardinals 1; Rotary Rangers 2, Salina Bandits 0. League 3 — Salina Mariners 10, Hawks 7; Noon Optimist 5, X-Rays 4. SOFTBALL Men's slowpltch League 3 — Cabinets Etc. 20, Shirts By Francis 10; Geisendorf/Goodcents 13, OIDC 3; Rubier Necks 20, Lorenson Industries/Brians Pain Shop 10. League 4 — Big Stix 8, Bushwackers 7 Sharkey's Sharks 15, KASA Controls 7; Slap-a- bo-Tribe 10, The Long Dongs 4. League 5 — Midwest Kenworth 13, Systems 4, Inc. 12; Pizza Hut Hammerheads 12, McMas ters/Out Post 1; Conklin Cars Sallna 19, SI John's Military School 17. League 6 — Raytheon Rebels 11, First South ern Baptist 0; Raytheon Sluggers 12, Poor Boys 8; Philips Lighting 13, PKM Ironmen 8. Women's slowpitch League 3 — Hideaway Rest and Club 14 Sharkey's 4; High Plains Communications 11 Ladies Night Out 10; R&R Plumbing & Heating 10, Primas 6; Super Tan Inc. & Hair, Etc. 15 Paramount Bar 0. Tennis French Open WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS PARIS (AP) — Results Wednesday of tin French Open tennis championships at Rolam Garros stadium: MEN Singles Quarterfinals Alex Corretja (14), Spain, del. Fillp Dewulf Belgium, 7-5,6-4,6-3. Cedric Pioline, France, del. Hicham Arazi, Morocco, 3-6, 6-2, 7-6 (8-6), 4-6, 6-3. THURSDAY'S FEATURED MATCHES PARIS (AP) — Schedule of matches Thursda on the showcourts at the French Open tenni championships: Play begins at 5 a.m. CDT Arantxa Sanchez Vlcario (4), Spain, vs. Lind say Davenport (2), Newport Beach, Calif. Martina Hingis (1), Switzerland, vs. Monica Se les (6), Sarasota, Fla. Local results USTA Women's 3.0 Tournament SALINA COUNTRY CLUB 6 PRAIRIE DUNES (HUTCHINSON) 0 No. 1 tingles - Kristy Wheeler, Sallna won 60,6-0. No. 2 singles - Sherry Ingles, Sallna won 6-2 6-4. No. 1 doubles - Judy Wasko-Carol Stephens Salina won 6-2,6-0. No. 2 doubles - Connie Ballou-Pat Shave Sallna won 6-2,64. No. 3 doubles - Marilyn Holgerson-Toni Ren Iro, Salina won 6-0,6-2. Track & Held NCAA I results BUFFALO, N.Y. (AP) — Results Wednesda in the NCAA Division I Outdoor Track and Fie Championships at the University at Buffalo. MEN Team scares Long Beach Slate 13, UCLA 11, Arizona 1 Stanford 10, Southern Methodist 8, Alabama Georgia 5, Northest Louisiana 4, Tennesee Texas 3, Oregon 2, Minnesota 1, Missouri 1. Individual results Javelin — 1. Mikkola, Arizona, 268-7. Guslalsson, Southern Methodist, 251-6. 3. Nil 3n, Alabama, 250-2.4. Johnson, UCLA, 248-6. Greer, Northeast Louisiana, 2434. 6. Val- ala, Georgia, 241-8.7. Angerla, Georgia, 238. File, Missouri, 229-10. Pole vault — 1. Stevens, Stanford, 16-2'A. 2. elentano, Long Beach Slate, 18-2 'A. 3. Slover, CLA, 17-10'A. 4. Hinkin, Long Beach State, 7-10%. 5. Johnson, Tennessee, 17-10'A. 6. avis, Texas, 17-10'A. 7. Buclarskl, Oregon, 7-4'A. B. Harvey, Minnesota, 17-4'A. WOMEN Team scores UCLA 20, George Mason 10, Arizona 10, Pitts- urgh 8, Washington 8, Wisconsin 8, Houston 6, righam Young 6, Colorado State 6., Ten- essee-Chaltanooga 5, Texas Southern 5, ubum 4, Ohio 4, Southern Methodist 4, Miami, la. 3, West Virginia 3, Nebraska 3, South Carina 2, Iowa State 1, Notre Dame 1. Individual results 10,000m run — 1. Skieresz, Arizona, 13:04.12.2. Kujak, Wisconsin, 34:06.76.3. Nay, righam Young, 34:10.62. 4. Wright, Tenessee-Chattanooga, 34:13.54. 5. Conrad, hio, 34:14.85. 6. Wachera, West Virginia, 34:29.64.7. Povey, South Carolina, 34:31.41.8. lemmer, Norte Dame, 34:32.95. Long jump — 1. Brown, George Mason, 21<A. 2. Smith, Pittsburgh, 21-%. 3. Adams, ouston, 20-8'A. 4. Hunt, Texas Southern, 20- 'A. 5. Gelding, Auburn, 20-3%. 6. Davis, Mia- il, Ra., 20-3%. 7. Davis, Nebraska, 20-2'/.. B. adske, Iowa State, 20-1'A. Discus — 1. Sua, UCLA, 210-8.2. Hill, Washigton, 192-5.3. Borrman, Colorado Slate, 190. 4. Powell, UCLA, 187-2. 5. Tunks, Southern ttethodist, 185-8. 6. Kawar, UCLA, 184. 7. Nole, UCLA, 1814.8. Thompson, Nebraska, 178- General AP sportlight Junes 1932 — Lou Gehrig becomes the first major eague player to hit four consecutive home runs a game, giving the New York Yankees a 203 victory over the Philadelphia A's. Lou Gehrlg's feat, however, Is overshadowed by the esignation of John McGraw as manager of the Jew York Giants after 30 years. 1944 — Bounding Home, ridden by G.L imlth, wins the Belmont Stakes by one-haft ength over Pensive, the winner of the Kentucky Derby and Preakness. 1961 — Sherluck, ridden by Braulio Baeza, wins the Belmont Stakes. Carry Back, the winner f the Kentucky Derby and the Preakness, (in- shes seventh. 1984—Patty Sheehan wins the LPGA Cham- ilonship by a record 10 strokes over Beth Daniel ind Pat Bradley. Transactions BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX—Activated OF Damon Buford from the 15-day disabled list. Sent RHP ohn Wasdin to Pawtucket of the International League. CLEVELAND INDIANS—Activated OF Geron- mo Berroa from the 15-day disabled list. Placed OF Brian Giles on the 15-day disabled list. DETROIT TIGERS—Purchased the contract of RHP Seth Greisinger from Toledo of the In- emational league. Designated IF Jet) Manto for assignment. KANSAS CITY ROYALS—Acquired INF Luis Rivera from the Houston Astros for cash. Op- ioned INF Felix Martinez to Omaha of the PCL Recalled SS Mendy Lopez from Omaha. SEATTLE MARINERS—Designated LHP 'ony Fossas for assignment. Recalled LHP Greg McCarthy from Tacoma of the PCL National League SAN DIEGO PADRES—Signed RHP John Meyers and OF Joshua Loggins. Northern League FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWKS—Re- signed LHP Tony Kunka. Placed RHP Robert 'olh on irrevocable waivers. BASKETBALL United States Basketball League ATLANTIC CITY SEAGULLS—Activated F Brent Dabbs from the inactive list. Released C Wilson. Traded F Charles Macon to New Hampshire for a 1999 third-round draft pick. JACKSONVILLE BARRACUDAS—Activated F Artemus McClary from the Inactive list. LONG ISLAND SURF—Adivated G Junie Sanders and G Lamont Jones from the Inactive 1st. Released G Alen Watson. NEW HAMPSHIRE THUNDER LOONS— Signed G Danny Delgado. RALEIGH COUGARS—Placed F Roy Smith and G Keith Gray on the inactive list. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Agreed to terms with C Bob Hallen on a four-year contract and T Ephraim Salaam on a two-year contract. BALTIMORE RAVENS—Signed RB Eric Booth and LB William Morris. CLEVELAND BROWNS—Named Thomas Dimitroff western area scout. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS—Re-Signed LB Tom McManus. Signed C John Wade. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS—Signed DL Derrick Ransom to a three-year centred. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Named Mike McCartney pro personnel coordinator. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-Traded WR Tony Martin to the Atlanta Falcons tor a 1999 second- round draft pick. WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed LB Antwaune Ponds. Arena Football League AFL—Awarded a franchise to New Orleans to begin play in the 1999 or 2000 season. HOCKEY National Hockey League FLORIDA PANTHERS—Signed D Chris Allen, a 1997 third-round draft pick. TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS—Agreed to terms with D Jason Smith on a multlyear contract and RW-D Nathan Dempsey. American Hockey League HERSHEY BEARS—Named Mike Follgno head coach. East Coast Hookey League CHARLOTTE CHECKERS-Acqulred RW J.F. Aube from Pensacola to complete a trade that sent Aube to Pensacola. ROANOKE EXPRESS—Elected Richard Yancey chairman of the board and president. United Hockey League MUSKEGON FURY—Announced the resignation of Paul Kelly, director of hockey operations and coach. SOCCER A-League MINNESOTA THUNDER—Released G Dan Welch. Eastern Indoor Soccer League HUNTSVILLE FIRE—Waived D Jason Siqueiros. Claimed D Gary Tucker off waivers. COLLEGE CONFERENCE USA—Named Dr. Joseph Steger president, Dr. J.H. Woodward vice president, Dr. Arthur Riehl chair of the faculty athletic representatives, Bill Cords chair ol athletic directors, Jean Lent! Ponsetto chair of senior woman administrators, Steve Logan chair of football coaches, Pat Kennedy chair of men's basketball coaches and Tern Mitchell chair of women's basketball coaches. GREAT NORTHEAST ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Added Norwich and Southern Vermont, effective September 1999. Announced Suffolk will compete in six sports, effective September 1999. METRO ATLANTIC ATHLETIC CONFERENCE—Named Rev. Harold E. Ridley president, Rev. Paul L. Golden vice president, Richard J. Ensor secretary-treasurer and Dr. Daniel P. Starr chair of committee on athletic administration. NORTH COAST CONFERENCE—Named Tom Toohig supervisor ol men's basketball officials. COAST GUARD—Announced the retirement ol Larry Rutledge, director of facilities, intramu- rals and club sports. COLGATE—Named Bob Dallis men's and women's tennis coach. COLLEGE OF NEW JERSEY—Named Chris Potash men's graduate-assistant basketball coach. EAST CAROLINA-Named Barry Sanderson men's assistant basketball coach. HAMILTON—Named Jessica Nixon men's and women's assistant swimming and diving coach. HUBERT—Named Richard Walsh athletic di- redor. LEHMAN—Announced the resignation ol Pedro Arroyo, athletic trainer. Named Miguel Flores athletic trainer. LINCOLN, MO.—Fired Ron Coleman, athletic diredor. LONG BEACH STATE—Promoted Rosa Stokes from women's assistant basketball coach to associate head coach. MISSISSIPPI—Named John Shafer athletic diredor. MONMOUTH, N.J.—Named Kevin Nlckelber- ry men's assistant basketball coach. NEBRASKA-KEARNEY—Named Michael Sumpler athletic diredor. SPORTS DIGEST Report: Big Ten eyes adding Notre Dame By The Associated Press SOUTH BEND, Ind. (AP) — The Big Ten, which has long coveted Notre Dame as a member, may be making another bid to bring the Irish into the fold. The Ann Arbor (Mich.) News reported Wednesday that commissioner Jim Delany and several Big Ten presidents have talked about making Notre Dame the 12th member of the conference. The Irish turned down an invitation to join the conference in 1993 and instead joined the Big East. Notre Dame is an independent in football, and plays hockey in the Central Collegiate Hockey Association. Five other varsity sports also compete outside the Big East. Notre Dame officials could not be reached for comment Wednesday, although the Rev. E. William Beauchamp, Notre Dame's executive vice president, released a statement saying the university is "very pleased with our athletic positioning, both as an independent in football and as a member of the Big East Conference in most other sports." Delany told The Associated Press on Wednesday, "Our presidents approved a strategic plan last summer. This is sort of the second time in the '90s they asked us to look at expansion." But, he added, "We are not in expansion discussions with any institutions." The newspaper, however, reported that a source close to the discussions said the talks are "more than just preliminary." Baseball MIAMI — Florida Marlins ownership doesn't expect manager Jim Leyland or general manager Dave Dombrowski to return next season, The Associated Press has learned. Dombrowski is in the final year of his contract, and Leyland can exercise a buyout clause after the season. Neither is expected back in 1999, and their departure for another team this season is possible, a source close to Marlins ownership said Wednesday. The loss of Leyland and Dombrowski would be the final chapter in the breakup of last year's World Series champions. The departure of Leyland after the season is "pretty much understood," the source said. NEW YORK — El Duque was dazzling. Orlando Hernandez, who risked his life in defecting from Cuba on a flimsy boat, made an impressive major league debut Wednesday night, pitching the New York Yankees past the Tampa Bay Devil Rays 7-1. Cheered on by a chanting crowd of 27,291 waving Cuban flags, Hernandez limited the Devil Rays to one run and five hits in seven innings. "The Duke," the half-brother of World Series MVP Livan Hernandez of the Florida Marlins, struck out seven and walked two. Basketball LEXINGTON, Ky. — Kentucky and North Carolina, the two winningest programs in college basketball, are set to renew a rivalry beginning with the 2000-2001 season. Brooks Downing, a Kentucky official, said the schools are "looking at signing a contract that will be a four-year deal." The first game would be scheduled for December 2000, he said. The Tar Heels and Wildcats have not met in the regular season since 1990. Horse racing NEW YORK — Real Quiet's eagerly awaited arrival at Belmont Park went off without a hitch on Wednesday. After a two-hour plane ride from Louisville, Ky., the medium-sized, bay colt, his coat gleaming in the sunlight, was led along the gravel path bordering Count Fleet Road and across Man 'o War Road to his stall in Barn 9. "I think this horse is coming into this race much fresher than Silver Charm did last year," trainer Bob Baffert said, referring to his Derby-Preakness winner of '97 who finished second in the Belmont. "He's looked great and he'll come out there Saturday and not disappoint the fans. He's going to run a big race ... we just need a lot of racing luck." Football NEWARK, N.J. — LeShon Johnson was diagnosed with lymphoma after a routine X-ray found a tumor in his chest. The 27-year-old running back for the New York Giants met with an oncologist Wednesday and is "very positive, very upbeat," coach Jim Fassel said. "My doctors tell me we have a good chance to cure this," Johnson, who played for the Arizona Cardinals and was signed by the Giants in March, said in a statement. "My family and I believe that with the help of the doctors and with the strength of our faith in God, we will get through this and I will be back on the field in 1998." Track & field UTICA, N.Y. — Former U.S. Olympians Bill Rodgers and Frank Shorter are among the first five inductees into the National Distance Running Hall of Fame in Utica, New York. Also to be inducted into the hall on July 11 are Ted Corbitt, Joan Benoit Samuelson and Katharine Switzer. Rodgers is a four-time winner of the Boston and New York marathons and was a member of the 1976 U.S. Olympic team. Shorter was a five-time U.S. champion in the 10,000 meters, Olympic gold- medal winner in 1972 and silver medalist in 1976. Corbitt set U.S. records for the 25-, 40-, and 50- mile marathons and was a member of the 1952 U.S. Olympic team. Benoit Samuelson won the first Olympic women's marathon in 1984. Switzer was the first woman to officially run the Boston Marathon and won the 1974 New York Marathon. SPORTS HOTLIIME PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackia athletic department 785-825-5422 Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 Fort Hays State athletic department 765-628-4050 Heart of America Sports Camps 785-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 785-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 616-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas State University ticket office 600-221-2287 Kansas Wesleyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays office/fishing report) 765-626-8614 Salina Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 765-826-7450 Sallna Parks & Recreation office 765-826-7434 Salina Parks & Recreation information 785-826-7464 University of Kansas ticket office 800-344-2957 Wichita Greyhound Park 316-755-4000 Wichita State University ticket office 316-978-3267

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