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IWj THE TENNESSEAN 7C 1 c 3 C NBA playoffs Cenference Finals Best-ef-7 EASTERN CONFERENCE Chicago vs. Cleveland Tuesday, May If ChlcaM 101, Cleveland Chicago leads serws 1-0 Thursday, May 11 Cltvtland il Chicago, 7 p.m. Saturday, May 8 Chicago It Cleveland, 1:30 pm, Monday, May IS Chicago al Cleveland, 2:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 17 Cleveland il Chicago, I p.m., ' Friday, May 21 Chicago at Cleveland, pm, Sunday, May II Cleveland at Chicago, 2:30 pm, WESTERN CONFERENCE Pertand w Utah Saturday, May Vi Portland 113, Utah N Tuesday, May If Portland I If, Utah 102 Portland leads series 1-0 Friday, May 22 Portland al Ulan, 7 p.m. Sunday, May 24 Portland at Utah, 2 JO p.m. Tuesday, May U Utah al Portland, I pm, Thursday, May 21 Portland at Utah, I pm, Sat, May Mer Sun, May 11 Utah at Portland, 2 JO pm, ', H necessary NBA All-Defensive team NEW YORK (AP) - The 1991-92 NBA All-Defensive team as voted by the NBA heed coaches with first-team votes in parentheses and total points: First Team Forwards - Dennis Rodman, Detroit (24) SO; Scoltie Pippen, Chicago (13) 31. Center - David Robinson, San Antonio (22) 47. Guards Michael Jordan, Chicago (23) 4f; Joe Dumars, Detroit (17) 19. Second Team Forwards - Larry Nance, Cleveland (1) 25; Buck Williams, Portland () 21. Center - Patrick Ewing, New York (4) H. Guards - John Stockton, Utah (3) IS; Micheal Williams, Indiana (2) f. Others receiving votes Dan Materle, Phoenix (1) 13; Horace Grant, Chicago (2) 11; Hakeem Ola-luwon, Houston (1) 11; Terry Porter, Portland (2) I; Alvin Robertson, Milwaukee (2) I; Clyde Drexler, Portland (2) 7; AC Green, Los Angeles Lakers 4; Muggsy Bogues, Charlotte (I) 3; Derek Harper, Dallas (1) 3; Dikembe Mutombo, Denver 3; Karl Malone, Utah (1) 2; Kevin Willis, Atlanta 2; Slacev Augmon, Atlanta 2; Jeff Malone, Utah 2; Mark Price, Cleveland 2; Reggie Lewis, Boston 1; Blue Edwards, Ulah 1; Kevin McHale, Boston 1; Charles Jones, Washington I; Jerome Kersey, Portland 1; Sean Elliot, San Antonio 1; Otis Thorpe, Houston 1; Detlet Schrempf, Indiana 1; Larry Bird, Boston I; Terry Davis, Dallas 1; Sam Perkins, Los Angeles Lakers 1; Robert Parish, Boston 1; Mark Eaton, Ulah 1; Mookle Blsv-lock, New Jersey I; John Slarks, New York I: Vernon Maxwell, Houston I; Sedale Threat!, Los Angeles Lakers 1; Gary Pavton, Seattle I; Tim Hardaway, Golden Stale 1; David Wingale, Washington 1. NBA coaching changes Teams that wi( begin next season with a new coach, with former coach and replacement: Denver Paul Westhead; Dan I Met. Detroit - ChucTi Daly; TBA. Los Angeles Lakers Mike Dunleavv; Randy Pfund. Milwaukee - Frank Hamblen; Mike Dunleavv. NCAA Tournament (Double Elimination) Atlantic Regional At Coral Gables, Fla, Friday, May 21 Game 3 - South Carolina (40-20) vs. Notre Dame 145-13), 10 am; Game 1 - North Carolina State (45-16) vs. Delaware (38-12), 2 JO p.m.; Game 1 -Miami (49-7) vs. Maryland-Ballimort County (37-11). 6:30 pm Saturday, May 23 Game 4 - Game 1 loser vs. Game 1 loser, 1030 a.m.; Game 5 - Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 2:30 p.m.; Game 6 Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 6:30 p.m. . Sunday, May 14 Game 7-11 am; Game I 2 JO P.rrt; Game f 6:30 p.m. Monday, May 25 Game 10 I pm; Game 11 5 pm, H necessary. Central Regional At Austin, Texas Friday, May 22 Game 2 - Long Beach Slate (34-I'll vs. Southwestern Louisiana (31-21), noon; Game I Texas (42-14) vs. Virginia Commonwealth (31-20), 5 p.m.; Game 3 - Creighton (40-17-1) vs. Texas-Arlington (31-13), I pm Saturday, May 21 Game 4 - Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, noon; Game 5 Game I winner vs. Game 3 loser, 4 p.m.; Game 6 Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 winner, I pm Sunday, May 14 Game 7 12J0 p.m.; Game I -4:30 pm; Game f I p.m. Monday, May 25 Game 10 1 pm; Game 11 7 pm, rl necessary. East Retfon) At Gainesville, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Game 3 - Texas A&M (31-11) vs. California (31-25), 10.30 a.m.; Game 2 -Georgia Tech (43-17) vs. George Mason (36-16), 2:30 p.m.; Game 1 - Florida (43-18) vs. Rider (18-33), 6:30 pm Friday, May 22 Game 4 - Game I loser vs. Game 2 loser, 10:30 am; Game 5 Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 2:30 p.m.; Game 4 Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 6 JO p.m. Saturday, May 23 Game 7 10:30 am; Game I 2:30 pm; Game f 6:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24 Game 10 noon; Game 11 S P.m., if necessary. Mideast Regional At Starieviee, Miss. Thursday, May 21 Game 1 - Clemson (49-12) vs. Yale (25-1), noon; Game 3 - Oklahoma (Jill) vs. UCLA (34-24), 4 p.m.; Game 2 - Mississippi State (31-20) vs. Nicrdls Stale (36-16), I P.m. Friday, May 11 Game 4 - Game I loser vs. Game 2 loser, noon; Gome 5 - Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 4 p.m.; Gome 6 -Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, I p.m. Saturday, May 23 Game 7 - noon; Game 1 4 p.m.; Game 9-1 pm Club results RICHLAND: Women's Member-guest tournament Low gross Jane Marcoe, D.C. File, 79; Low net- Wanda Hooper, Cindy Dehlgren 65, Becky Craig, Helen Ooom 66. Straightesl drive- Jean Ward, Katie Williams. Closest lo hole- Millie Loser, Andrea Martin. TWO RIVERS: Seniors results- A: l.Chorles Gibson. 2. Harold Jarrall. 3. Jack Holt. B: 1. Ed Martin. 2. J.L Holt. 3. Hal Brown. C: 1. Marion Meyers. 2. J.H. Mulllns. 3. C.A. Armstrong. D: 1. Bill Bagwell. 2. Eugene Sllchuk. 3. Wallace Burke. Closest to the hole: No. 6-Harry Fowlkes, No. 8- Bill Ed Smilth, No. II- Jack Holt, No. 14- Vernon Williams. MCCABE: Women's results- Low net- Chris Hosteller, Rachel Plckard 65; Marianne Molt, Katherine Vender en 66; Max Regen, Jan Bennett 67. TEMPLE HILLS: Ladies H-hote-Low field: Championship-I, Debbie Bowers 38.5; 2, Jennifer Beres 40.5. A 1, Jane Ireland 43; 2, Carol McQueen 44. B-l, Sue Williams 41.5; 2, Eva Denbes-tin 47. C-l, Monica Gower 55; 2, MemormlWeeicewd &THE Facilities for Groups Si Parties During Races Telephone Wagering Accounts Available Phone 52586-7778 CHURCHILL: New Jersey - Bit Fitch; TBA. Phoenix Cotton Fllislmmons,' Paul Westphel. San Antonio - Bob Bast; Jerry Tar-kanian, NBA playoff leaders NEW YORK (AP) - The NBA Individual playoff scoring, field goal percentage, rebounding and assist leaders through May If: Scervvj G FG FT PIS Avg Jordan, CM. 11 15) 12 387 3S.2 Drexler, Port. II 114 70 309 M l Lewis, Bos. 10 IIS 41 280 210 K. Malone, Ulah 12 Ul 130 332 27.7 Miller, Ind. 3 25 24 II 27.0 Cummlngs, S.A. 3 34 10 71 26 0 Hardaway, G.S. 4 32 24 98 24 5 Petrovlc,N.J. 4 41 II 97 24.1 Porter, Port. 11 N 62 264 24.0 Johnson, Phoe. I 62 62 19 23.4 Daughertv, Clev. 12 f7 19 283 23.4 Ewing, N Y. 11 109 54 272 22.7 Manning, LAC S 46 20 113 22.6 Coleman, NJ. 4 36 16 09 22.3 J. Malone, Utah 12 104 46 255 2U MarciuNonis, G.S. 4 2 5 34 8 5 21.3 Schrempf, Ind 3 It 25 63 21.0 Seikaly.Mla. 3 If 24 62 20.7 Hornocek, Phot, I 62 31 163 20.4 Price, Clev. 11 88 47 237 19.1 FMd Goal Percentage FG FGA Pel Elle.G.l 23 36 .639 GafHng, G.S. II 29 .621 Perry, Phoe. 31 63 m Strickland, S.A. 13 22 . 591 Miller, Ind 25 43 .581 Daugherty, Clev. f7 170 .571 Manning, LAC 46 II .561 Williams, Clev. 60 107 .561 Porter, Port. . II 157 .561 Morris, N.J. 32 51 .552 G OH Def Tot Ave Scnrempf, Ind 3 12 27 39 13.0 Kemp, Sea. f 47 63 110 12.2 Cummlngs, S.A. 3 15 If 34 11 J Coleman, NJ. 4 11 32 45 11J Ewing, N.Y. 12 33 100 133 11.1 K. Malone, Utah 12 32 f7 129 101 Rodman, Del. S 16 35 51 10.2 Daugherty, Clev. 12 21 99 120 100 Seikely, Mia. 3 11 If 30 10.0 Norman, LAC 5 19 30 49 9.1 Assists G No. Avg. Stockton, Utah 12 170 14.2 Johnson, Phoe. I 93 11.6 Strickland, J.A. 7 19 9 5 Price, Clev. 11 105 18 Beglev, Bos. 10 15 1.5 Drexler.Port. 11 If 1.1 M Williams, Ind 1 24 1.0 Blavtock, N.J. 4 3) 7.1 I. Thomas, Det. 5 37 7.4 Hardaway, G.S. 4 29 7.3 NBA Today SCOREBOARD Cleveland al Chicago (7 pm CDT). The Bulls wW be looking to push their lead lo 2-0 over the Cavaliers after gel-ting 62 points from Michael Jordan and Scoltie Pippen in their 102-19 Game 1 victory. Cleveland has lost 21 of 25 road playoff games in its history. SIZZLIN' Terry Porter of Portland, 4 for 5 from 3-point range In the Trail Blazers' 119-102 victory over Utah on Tuesday night, is 10 for 13 from behind the arc against the Jail and 26 for 44 overall In 11 playoff games, a .591 percentage. Michael Jordan extended to 11 games his siring of playoff games against Cleveland In which he has scored 30 or more points. Jordan scored 33 points to lead the Bulls to a 102-19 victory in Game I of the Eastern Conference finals. SWtSHI Chicago tied the record for one-game playoff free-throw percentage with a 19 for 19 performance in its 103-If victory over Cleveland on Tuesday night. Sunday, May 24 Gome 10 - I pm; Game 11-4 pm, il necessary. Midwest Regional At Wichita, Kan. Friday, May 22 Game 3 - Cal Stale-Northridge (37-14-1) vs. Arizona Stale (32-22), 11 am; Game 2 - Oklahoma Slate (44-14) vs. Minnesota (40-19), 2:30 p.m.; Game 1 -Wichita Stale (52-9) vs. George Washington (26-24), 7 P.m. Saturday, May 23 Game 4 - Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, II a.m.; Game 5 Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 2:30 pm; Game 6 Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 7 p.m. Sunday, May 24 Game 7 12J0 p.m.; Game I 3:30 p.m.; Game f - 7:30 p.m. Monday, May 25 Game 10 - I pm; Game 11-7 p.m., H necessary. South I Regional At Baton Reuse, La. Thursday, May II Game 3 Cal State-Fullerton (38-15) vs. Ohio Slate (31-19), II a.m.; Game 1 - South Alabama (44-14) vs. Tulane (31-22), 3 p.m.; Game 1 - LSU (48-14) vs. Providence (21-21), 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 21 Game 4 - Game 1 loser vs. Game 2 loser, II am; Game 5 Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 3 p.m.; Game 6 Game 1 winner vs. Game 1 winner, 7J0 pm Saturday, May 21 Game 7 11 am; Game 1 3 p.m.; Game f 7 JO p.m. Sunday, May 24 Game 10 I p.m.; Game 11-4 p.m., it necessary. South II Regional At Talahassee, Fla. Thursday, May 21 Game 1 - Stanford (37-21) vs. Stetson (31-19), 10 am; Game 3 Georgia (35-23) vs. Kent (44-11), 2 P.m.: Game 2 - Florida State (41-18) vs. Western Carolina (41-19-1), 6 p.m. Friday, May 11 Game 4 Game I loser vs. Game 2 loser, 10 a.m.; Game 5 - Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 1 p.m.; Game 6 Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 6 pm Saturday, May 13 Game 7-10 am; Game 1 2 pm; Game 9 6 p.m. Sunday, May 24 Game 10 1 pm; Game 11-5 pm, If necessary. West Regional At Tucson, AriL Friday, May 22 Game 3 Pepperdine (40-10-1) vs. Fresno Slate (37-18), 1 p.m.; Game 2 -Hawaii (45-12) vs. Southeastern Louisiana (37-20), 5:30 p.m.; Game 1 Arizona (34-21-1) vs. Washington (37-19), 9:30 p.m. Saturday, May 23 Game 4 - Game I loser vs. Game 2 loser, 1 pm; Game 5 Game 1 winner vs. Game 3 loser, 5:30 P.m.; Game 6 Game 2 winner vs. Game 3 winner, 9:30 p.m. Sunday, May 24 Game 7-2 p.m.; .Game I - 6J0 p.m.; Game f - 9:30 p.m. Monday, May 25 Game 10-7 pm; Game 11 10J0 p.m.. If necessary. T Marylvn McNeese 56. Ladies f-hole-Fox and Hound: 1, Beth Miller 48; 2, Kathv Glvmp 52; 3, Linda Hance S3. BRENTWOOD: Ladies' 9-hole group (A Group) Low Gross- Gladys Hulled 50, Ann Koonce 53. Low Net- Ann Warnock 40. Event of Day- Kathy McClintock. (B Group) Margaret Bass 59, Marilyn Williams 63. Bernice Cox 31. Evi Metcatf. (New Girls) Gail Gremillion 19 putts. WOODMONT: Ladies nine-hole group: Fewest pults Mildred Biggs 17, Germaine Bird 17, Dot Wise 17; Low gross Jeenine Walker 47. Hole-ln-one VALLEYWOOD GOLF CLUB (Swanton, Ohio): Walter Dube of Nashville shot a hole-in-one yesterday on hole No. 15, 198-vords with a driver. He was playing with James Bickel, also of Nashville. Industrial League Third National Bank 12 (Bob Power, George Roberts 34), Cokesbury 0 (Dale Jon Won 38). SAT., SUN., & MEMORIAL DAT POST TIME in Today's highlights i 000 c Pro boxing Program Mddtec McCallum w. Chirino NBA playoffs Cleveland at Chicago Pro bowling LadKtt Pro Tour Radio Buffalo at Sound Baseball Event When ran Biiflalo at Sound 7:35 pm $3-$6.50 242-4371 Finale of homestand. Sounds still have weekend packages or plck-a-dates for 12 games. Auto racing Event Whan Price Phone Mapco50 Saturday $10 726-1818 Racing at 7:30 at Nashville Motor Raceway. Students about half-price and children under-11 $2. Hghland Rim Saturday $7, $3 1-643-TRAK Racing at 7:30, 20 miles north of Nashville. Take I-65N to exit 104. 2 mi. on Hwy.257W. Pro boxing Event Whan Price Phone Swindell in. Berttley Saturday $10-$20 Ticketmaster Pro bouts in HeryJersonville at 8 pm, at 287 New Shackle Island Road Nashville heavyweight Swindell is 26-6, Chattanooga's Bentley 19-1 1. On the undercard: Ken Atkin of Smyrna (22-5) vs. Rick Tobert (16-7) of Oncinnati. other locals boxers Include Don Wllford (13-1), and Johar Lashin (9-0). nlajor league tickets Team Price . Phone Atlanta Braves $8 and up 1-800-326-4000 Chicago Cube $7 and up 1-800-347-CUBS Oixinrtati Reds $8 and up 1-513-421-4510 St Louis Cardinals $10 1-314-421-2400 -Compiled by Tom Wood Call 2594012 to include mforrrkTtion. Vandy schedule 1992-83 men's basketball Nov. 21: Caen, France Nov. 25-29: Great Alaska Shootout (Vanderbilt, Alaska-Anchorage, Dayton, Illinois, New Mexico State, Oregon, UT-Chattancoga) Dec, 3: Northwestern Dec. 5: at Dayton Dec, 9: Louisville Dec, 12 Southern Methodist Dec, 18-19: Acme Boot Classic, Ctarksville (Vandy, Austin Peay, N. Carolina A&T) Dec, 28-29: Music City Invitational (Vanderbilt, Air Force, Bowling Green, Rider) Jan 2: Alabama Jan. 6: at Memphis State Jaa 9: at Florida Jaa 13: Kentucky Jaa 16: Georgia Jan. 20: Arkansas Jaa 27: at Tennessee Jaa 30: at Auburn Feb. 3: South Carolina Feb. 6: at Kentucky Feb. 10: Qe Miss Feb. 13: MTSU Feb. 17: at LSU Feb. 20: Florida Feb. 24: at Georgia Feb. 27: at Mississippi State March 3: Tennessee March 6: at South Carolina March 1 1-14: SEC Tournament at Lexington, Ky. exhibition ' 1992-93 Austin Peay schedule Nov. 23 Caen Calvados (exhibition) Nov. 28 Exhibition (TBA) Dec 1 Al Mississippi Slate Dec. S-Christian Bros. Dec. 11-12 At Indiana Classic (W. Mich., Pacific, APSU, Indiana) Dec. 18-19 Acme Boot Showdown (APSU, Vanderbilt, N. Carolina A8.T, Ark. State) Dec. 28-29 A UTEP Sun Carnival Tournament (Texas-El Paso, APSU, Purdue, Florida). , Jan. 2 Evansville Jan. 9 Murray Stale Jan. 11 SE Missouri Jan. 14 Tennessee Tech Jan. 16 Al Eastern Ky. Jan. 18 Al Morehead Jan. 23 Tennessee-Martin Jan. 27 At Middle Tenn. Jan. 30 At Tenn. Stale Feb. 3-At Cincinnati Feb. 6 Eastern Ky. ' Feb. I-Morehead State Feb. 11-Al Tenn. Tech Feb. 13 Al Tenn.-Martln Feb. 20-At Murray State Feb. 22-At SE Missouri ' Feb. 25-Middle Tenn. Feb. 27 Tennessee State March 5-7-OVC Tournament Money leaders NASCAR 1, Davev Allison, M85.160. 2, Bill Elliott, S684,280. 3, Alan Kulwkki, $359,700. 4, Dale Earnhardt, 1323,560. 5, Harry Gant, $303,745. a, Kyle Petty, $299,250. 7, Morgan Shepherd, $292,465. I, Geoff Boditw, $285,620. 9, Mark Martin, $280,755. 10, Ernie Irvan, $248,915. P ; . - - "- ii J " ..- SCOREBOARD Compiled by Today's best NBAplayorfa 7 p.nv, TNT. Host Chicago tries to take a 2-0 lead in the Eastern Conference finals after beating Cleveland 103-89 on Tuesday. Also: Mike McCallum meets Fermin Chlrino (8 p.m., ESPN); Women's bowling (6:30 p.m.. ESPN). Ttmt 8 p.m. Station Comnent ESPN McCallum 42-1-1, Chlrino 16-5-1. Station Commant TNT Bulls lead Eastern finals 1-0. Station CorrtTtant ESPN live from Dearborne, Men. Station Comrnant 99.7-FM Also on 94.3-FM in Springfield. Tlma 7 p.m. Tlma 6:30 pm Tlma 7:30 pm Upcoming events The Nashville Sounds host Buffalo tonight before leaving town until June 1. Tickets $3 to $6.50. Call 242-4371 ... Racing on Saturday at Nashville Motor Speedway and at Highland Rim ... Boxing In Hendersonville on Saturday at 8 p.m. Call Ticketmaster at 737-4849. Price Stanley Cup playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS Pittsburgh vs. Baste Waks Ccnlerence Sunday, May 17 Pittsburgh 4, Boston 3, OT Tuesday, May W Pittsburgh S, Boston 2 Pittsburgh leads series 1-0 Thursday, May 21 Pittsburgh al Boston, 6:35 P.m. Saturday, May 21 Pittsburgh al Boston, 4:05 p.m. Monday, May 2S Boston at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m., Wednesday, May 27 Pittsburgh al Boston, 6 35 p.m., Friday, May 2 Boston at Pittsburgh, 6 35 p.m., Campbel Conference Chicago vs. Edmonton Saturday, May It Chicago I, Edmonlon 2 Monday, May II Chicago 4, Edmonton 2 Wednesday, May 20 Chicago 4, Edmonlon 3, OT Chicago leads series 3-0 Friday, May 22 Chicago at Edmonlon, US p.m. Sunday, May 24 Edmonton at Chicago, 7:35 p.m., Tuesday, May 24 Chicago al Edmonton, 1:35 p.m., Thursday, May 21 Edmonlon al Chicago, 7:35 p.m., STANLEY CUP FINALS Monday, June I Game 1 Wednesday, June 1 Game 2 Friday, June S Game 3 Sunday, June 7 Game 4 Tuesday, Jura I Game 5, World Team Cup DUESSELDORF, Germany (AP) -Results yesterday from the $1.4 million Peugeot World Team Cup tennis tournament: Red Group France vs. Sweden Singles Guy Forget, France, def. Stefan Ed-berg, Sweden, 7-5, 6-4; Magnus Gus-tafsson, Sweden, def. Olivier Delailre, France, 4-3, 7-5. Doubles Henri Leconte and Guv Forget, France, def. Stefan Edberg and Anders Jarryd, Sweden, 6-3, 6-4. Spain vs. Switzerland States Emilk) Sanchez, Spain, def. Jakob Hlasek, Switzerland, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4; Sergio Bruguera, Spain, def. Marc Rossel, Switzerland, 7-5, 6-2. Doublet Emlllo Sanchez and Sergio Casal, Spain, def. Jakob Hlasek and Marc Rossel, Switzerland 6-7 (5-7), 7-5, 6-4. Team Standings Red Group W L Spain 2 0 France 2 0 Sweden 0 2 Switzerland 0 2 Blue Group W L Czechoslovakia 1 0 United Stales 1 0 Russia 0 1 Germany 0 1 ATP Murattl BOLOGNA) Italy (AP) - Results veslerday from the $240,000 ATP Murattl Time-Cassa Risparmio Bologna clav-court tennis tournament (seeding In parentheses): Second Round Singles Lars Koslowski, Germany, def. Mark Koevermans, Netherlands, 1-6, 6-3, 6-3. Other matches postponed, rain. : European Open ' LUCERNE, Switzerland (AP) - Results yesterday from the $150,000 European Open tennis tournament (seeding In parentheses): Watch and wager on Thoroughbred racing throughout this holiday weekend. Including special simulcast of the $500,000 Metropolitan H.-GI from Belmont on Memorial Day. The Metropolitan, plus all of Churchill, live at Dueling Grounds. 12:00 NOON TUES.-FRI. POST TIME 2:30 PM (No Racing May 26 Mary I licks Thursday, Jura II Game a,. Sunday, Jura 14 Game 7, ', H necessary NHL playoff leaders NEW YORK (AP) - NHL playoff scoring leaders through May 1 Player, Team OP C A PTS PIM Murphy, Edm 14 I 15 23 12 Lemleu, Pit I 9 13 22 2 Francis, Pit IS 7 14 21 I Stevens, Pit 15 7 12 H 21 Jagr, Pit 15 I 10 II 4 Mictions, Edm 14 7 11 II 20 Roenick.Chi 12 I 17 12 Oates, Bos 13 S 12 17 4 Gartner, NYR 13 I I 14 4 Leelch, NYR 13 4 II 15 4 Messier, NYR 11 7 7 14 i CourtnaN, Van 12 i I 14 20 Damphousse, Edm 14 6 I 14 4 Larmer.Chl 12 I 5 13 I Ronning, Van 13 I 5 13 I Top paid spokesmen Listed are the "Ten Most Wanted Spokespersons" according lo The Sports Marketing Letter. Dollar figures indicate estimates of spokesperson or commercial endorsement earnings tor the coming 12 months and don't Include player salaries or tournament winnings. 1. Michael Jordan, S13 million 2. Arnold Palmer, $10 million 2. Jack Nicklaus, 10 million 4. Greg Norman, U 5 million i Joe Montana, 18.25 million a. Wayne Grelikv, S7.75 million 7. Chris Evert, 7 million I. Andre Agassi, S5.5 million 9. Magic Johnson, 15 million 10. Jimmy Connors, S4.5 million Second Round Sabine Hack, Germany, def. Manue-la Maleeva-Fraoniere (1), Switzerland 6-4, 6-3; ChrisleHe Fauche, Switzerland def. Nicole Provls (6), Australia, 6-2, 6-3. Emanuela Zardo, Switzerland, def Alexia Dechaume, France, 6 -3, 6-3 Amy Frazier (2), Rochester Hills Mich., del. Katerlna Kroupova, Czechol sovakla, 7-6 (7-5), 6-0. Strasbourg Open STRASBOURG, France (AP) - Results yesterday from the $150,000 Strasbourg Open women's tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): Singles Second Round Mariaan De Swardt, South Africa, del. Kimiko Date (1), Japan, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3; Beltina Fulco, Argentina, def. Lorl McNeil (3), Houston, 6-4, 7-5. Judith Wiesner (2), Austria, def. Pascale Paradis, France, 2-6, 6-0, 6-2; Sandrine Testud, France, def. Natalia Medvedeva (4), Ukraine, 6-2, 6-3. Singh finals Singh Benefit Tennis Tournament At Hadey Park Tennis Center BOYS 14s: Vaughn Staros d. Alvin Singh 0-6, 7-5, 7-5. Ms: Jeff Jenkins d. Cecil Vandeven-der 6-3, 7-6 (7-4). GIRLS 14s: Rochelle Goldthreate d. Leslie Marnett 6-0, 6-1. lis: Lesli Brannon d. Stacey Braden 6-4, 1-6, 7-6 (7-2). Muny Open The Municipal Open tennis tournament has been expanded from two to three weeks this year, all al Centennial Sportsplex, starling with the junior divisions, May 30. Signup deadline for the iunkr tournament (May 30-June 5) is Sunday. Signup deadline for the open and pro divisions (June 6-11) is Monday, June 1. And deadline for the adult amateur and seniors (June 13-19) is Saturday, June 6. For Information, call 862-8490. METROFOIiTM! iinf.f 'iTjrj, Coca-Cola 600 qualifying CONCORD, N.C. (AP) - Qualifying results yesterday for Sunday's Coca-Cola 600 NASCAR Winston Cup slock car race (Positions 21-40 will be determined Thursday): I. BiH Elliott, DawsonvIHe, Ga., Ford, 175.479 mph. (New event record, breaking Mark Martin's May 1991 mark of 174.820 mph). 2. Kyle Petty, Randteman, N.C, Pontlec, 175 353 mph. 3 Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Chevrolet, 175.245 mph. 4. Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 175.109 mph. 5. Mark Martin, BatesvIHe, Ark., Ford, 174.718 mph. 6. Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet, 174.464 mph. 7. Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Pontlec, 174.216 mph. I. Alan KuhvldU, Greenfield, Wis., Ford, 174.132 mph. 9. Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tern., Ford, 173.773 mph. 10. Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Ford, 173.455 mph. II. Ernie Irvan, Modesto, Calif., Chevrolet, 173.177 mph. 12. Richard Petty, Randteman, N.C, Pontlec, 172 177 mph. 13 Dale Earnhardt, Kannapoils, N.C, Chevrolet, 172.139 mph. 11 Terry Labonte, Corpus Christl, Texas, Oktsmobile, 172.739 mph. 15 Michael Wallrlp, Owensboro, Ky., Ponliec, 172.689 mph. 16. Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford, 172.667 mph. 17. Davev Allison, Hueylown, Ala., Ford, 172 662 mph. IS. Darren Wallrlp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet, 172.557 mph. 19. Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 172 507 mph. 20. Jimmy Henslev, Ridgewav, Va., Ford, I72J09 mph. Yesterday's deals BASEBALL American League KANSAS CITY ROYALS Placed Keith Miller, Intiekter, on the 15-dav disabled list. Recalled Terry Shumpert, intieioer, from Omaha of the American Association. TEXAS RANGERS Recalled Gerald Alexander, pitcher, from Oklahoma City of the American Association. Sent Roger Pavlik, pitcher, to Oklahoma City. BASKETBALL National Basbetbal Association DENVER NUGGETS Named Dan Issel coach; Gene Littles and Mike Evans assistant coaches. HOUSTON ROCKETS-Slgned Rudy Tomianovich, coach, to three-year contract. United States Basketball League PHILADELPHIA SPIRIT-Signed Tim Legler, guard. Released Anthony Jones, forward. Activated Marques Bragg, forward. Placed Randy Stover, forward, on the taxi squad. FOOTBALL National Footbal League NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS-Named James Hausmann vice president and chief financial officer. Signed Tim Edwards, defensive end, and Al Golden, tignlend. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Signed Chris ConUn, offensive lineman; Brian Dowler, wide receiver, and Stacy Harrison, corner back. Arena Footbal League NEW ORLEANS NIGHT-Signed Kelvin Coney and Eric Doolev, offensive linemen; Donald Polk, quarterback. Work) League BARCELONA DRAGONS-Activated Demetrius Davis, tight end. Signed John Hardy, cornerback. Canadian Feelbai League OTTAWA ROUGH RIDERS-Skjned Treamefte Tavlor, wide receiver; Howard Oek and Derwin Anloine, slolbacks; and Richard MacLean, offensive tackle. COLLEGE A DELPHI Named Karen Loeber women's volleyball coach. BUCKNELL Named John Zeigler water polo coach and assistant swimming coach. CITADEL-Named Benlv Taylor men's assistant basketball coach. COLGATE Named Don Vaughan Ice hockey coach. DRAKE Named Jamie Bermel men's golf coach. NORWICH-Named Troy Amaris men's basketball coach. PURDUE-Announced the retirement of George King, athletic director, effective June 30. League results WEST: Anchor Girls Trio - Les Gray 246-621; Betty Brown 182, Brenda Bobo 182-499; Good, Bad and Ugly 562-1,692; Easy Goers - Donna Taylor 188-470; Moon Beams 444-1,283. MELROSE: Twilight - Narvln Smith 300-728; Boys and In the Hood 1,019-3,025. HENDERSONVILLE: Coffee Cup -Leslie Cane 208, Barbara Adams 523; Nine Pinners 653, Travelers 1,835, Mavhan Mixed Doubles - Bill Llllard 219-652; Fave Tramel 204-572; Billy Fave 479-1,214; Tuesday Night Men -Bob Kinsey 258-680; MB2 771, BBL 2,180. OAK VALLEY: Morning Glories -Cindy Stephenson 206, Helen Darks 549; Morning Stars 746-2,060; Cleveland Street Baptist James Pillow 279, Gary Nicholson 652; Lillian Ewin 182, Pal Finney 474; High Rollers 830-2,227. INGLEWOOD: Monday Night Triples sieve Karponi 216, Mike Mummert 578; Jerry Boner 171, Mildred White 461; Punishers 521-1,508; Inglewood's Best - Carolyn Holland 243-645; Harold Soence 197-560; Fabulous Two 433, Pin Hops 1,138; Tuesday No-Tap - Scott Frederick 280-684; Nellie Jenkins 252-663; Hammers 439-1,260; Tuesday Bowling Belles Renee Haddock 188, Fave Walden 495; BG's 589-1,651. MADISON: Tuesday Night Summer Belles - Sandra Brown 220-639; Special Education 584-1,644. CUMBERLAND: Gold Diggers -Belly Sullivan 183, Sandra Merrill 506; Lucky Strikes 651-1,763. DONELSOft Adult-Youth - Martha Hlfe 163-447; Gena Hentz 137-398; Ellen Shankle 190-517; John Martin 118-313; Road Warriors 316-861; Summer Bummers Lucille Woolen 204, Naomi McMurtry 529; The Best Not 374-1,028. - PLA-MOR: Young At Heart -Grover Blocker 202, Aaron Collins 541; Bonnie Hunt 200-557; Four Seasons 684-1,964. American Association Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Buffalo (Pirates) 21 15 .583 -Indpolis (Expos) 18 19 .486 3"i Nashville (Reds) 17 20 .459 4"i Louisville (Cards) 14 22 .389 7 Western Division Omaha (Royals) 24 16 .600 -Denver (Brewers) 23 1 7 .575 1 O.Citv (Rngrs) 19 21 .475 S Iowa (Cubs) 17 23 .425 7 Wednesday's Garnet Buffalo 5, Nashville 4 (13) Louisville 3, Indianapolis 2 Denver 3, Oklahoma City 2 (10) Omaha 10, Iowa 5 Thursday's Games Buffalo at Nashville Indianapolis at Louisville Oklahoma City al Denver Omaha al Iowa Friday's Games Buffalo al Oklahoma City Nashville at Denver Iowa al Louisville Omaha at Indianapolis, 2 State team matches Beys Semninats MBA S, Klngsoerf 0-8 Morgan Parker (M) d. Hunter Joh 6-1, 6-2,1 Sam Smaktone (M) d. Jamie Broach 4-1, 7-5; Andy StoH (M) d. Philip Meade 6- 2, 3-6, 6-2; David Fitzgerald (M) d. tkndy Schrader 6-2, 6-2; Greg Jones (M) d. Ashley Klrkland 6-1, 4-4 No doubles played, match clinched. Memphis Univ. School 4, McCaHe k Brian Sanders (McC) d. Ognen Nikoiok-SV 7-5, 4-4, 7-4 (51; K.C. Home (MUS) d. Jason Needham 4-3, 5-7, 7-4 (3); Rob McMlllin (McC) d. Brant Home 3-6, 6-2, 6-2; Keith Tonkin (MUS) d. Jon Wood 7-5, 6-3; Paul Hagerman (MUS) d. Stewart Austin 6-2, 7-4 (3). Dou-bles-K.C. Horne-Nlkoloskl (MUS) d. Senders-Needham 7-4, 4-4 (clinching match); McMiUin-Wood (McC) d. Brant Horne-Hagerman 6-2, 4-2. Finals Memphis UnJy. School 4, MBA t Morgan Parker (MBA) d. Ognen Nlko-lovski 7-4 (5), 7-5; K.C Home (MUS) d. Sam Smaktone 6-3, 6-4; Andy StoH (MBA) d. Brant Home 6-2, 4-1; Keith Tonkin (MUS) d. David Fitzgerald 3-4, 4-0, 4-2, Paul Hagerman (MUS) d. Greg Jones 7-4 (3), 7-6 (5). Doubles-Nlkolo-sky-K.C. Home (MUS) d. Perker-SloH 7- 5, 6-3 (clinching match); Smaldone-Jones (MBA) d Brent Horne-Hagerman 6-2, 6-1. Records: MUS. 14-1; MBA II-l Oris SrrMnafs Knax. Webb 4, University School t Whitney Sharp (W) d. Jenny Boucek 6-1, 6-3; Whitney DIN (W) d. Kate Moodie 6-2, 5-7, 4-2; Vicky Brown (W) d. Julie McFerrln 4-2, 4-2; Ellen Thomas (USN) d. Ashley Warner 7-4 (4), 4-3; Caroline Hagan (USN) d. Margaret Tang 4-4, 4-3. Doubles-Sharp-Brown (W) d. Boucek-McFerrin 4-4, 4-3 (clinching match); Moodie-Thomas (USN) led Din-Warner 4-4, 3-4 when match clinched. Records, USN, 13-3. Mem. St. Mary's 4, Bayter 3: Wendy Sacks (SIM) d. Kathy Herring 6-1, 6-2; Deena Raia (SIM) d. Charlotte Burgess 6-3, 6-0; Joy Burch (Bav) d. Melissa Goktale 6-0, 1-6, 6-2; Whitney Hallen (Bey) d. Shanl Armstrong 6-4, 6-0; Kalv Croxall (Bav) d. Carolyn Porter 6- 3, 6-1. Doutxes-Sacks-Burgess (SIM) d. Herring-Burgess 6-4, 4-3; Raia-Arm-' strong (SIM) d. Halten-Lee Johnson 2- 4, 7-4 (4), 4-1 (clinching match). Finals St. Mary's 4, Webb 1: Wendy Sacks (SIM) d. Whitney Sharp 4-6, 6-1, 6-3; Deena Raia (SIM) d. Whitney DiH 6-4, 6-4; Melissa Goktale (SIM) d. Vicky Brown 6-2, 6-1; Shan! Armstrong (SIM) d. Ashely Warner 7-6 (2), 2-6, 6-1; Margaret Tang (W) d. Carolyn Porter 6-7 (4), 6-1, 6-4. No doubles played, match clinched. Records, SLMary's 13-1, Webb 10-2. "17 Regional Tournaments 3- A Championship Friendship Christian 5, Watertown 4 Friendship 012 2000 -S71 Waterhnm 100 030 1 4 4 1 Leslie Jerkins, Dana Tavlor (6) and Heidi Lasaler; Jennifer Yinpraphan and Julie Robinson. W-Jerkins, 7-2; L-Yinpraohan. HRs-none. Records-Friendship 16-3; Watertown 11-7. 4 -A ClurnDkmhip Eiel-Hirdmg 6, Davidson Acad I Davidson Acad 000 0001 0 2 ) Ezel-Hirdmg 000 1501 - 44 1 Julie Wilkerson, Amy Williams (5) and Susan Avers; April Fairdoth and Carrie Cook. W-Fairckrth (23-2). L-Wilkerson. Records-EzeH-Harding 30-1 S-A Ctumpianship Richland 14, Moore County 4 Richland 172 04 - 14 9 1 MeereCeunfy 004 00 - 43 1 Karvn Crablree and Rebecca Chunn, Poppy Harrvman (1), Janice Keller (2), Jana Smith (5) and Sabrina Burton. W-Crablree. L-Harrvman. Records-Moore County 22-7. i-A Championshio Columbia Academy 120 0131 - 7 II Spring Hi 211 004 tt a 12 1 Allison Pruifl and Shannon Butler; Crystal Watson and Krisli Darnell. W-Walson (17-4). L-Pruitt (10-1). HRs Columbia Academy: Shannon Butler; Soring Hilt: Carta Gillespie, Dee Dee Oden. Records-Spring Hill 17-4, Columbia Academy 11-10. 4- AA Championship DeKelb County 050 101 1 - 1 10 4 Kingston 010 000 1 - 2 2 2 Hale and Row. Walden and Skvert. W-Hale. L-Walden. HRs-DeKalb Co. Kim McCoy 2. Records: DeKalb County 24-4. "77 Regional Tournaments 4-A Davidson Acad J, Ezet-Hardng I Em-Harding 000 000 I 1 2 3 Davidson Acad 021 000 X - 3 5 3 Holder, McDaniel (6) and Holiday; Woolen and Keel. W-Woolen (I-1). L-Hokter. Records-Davidson 15-4 4-AA Livingston I, DeKalb County 1 Livingston 102 400 I 1 9 3 DeKalb County 001 001 1 1 3 3 David Ledbetter and Gabe Krantz. Alnip and Curtis. W-Ledbeller. L-At-nip. HRs Livingston: Malt Swallows, Jeff Auberson. Records-Livingston 20-9. DeKalb County 11-13. 4-AA Brentwood Acad 4, D. Lipsomb I Brentwood Academy I0OO3OI-4II David Lipscomb 000 100 0 - 1 4 3 Rvan Meyers, Hal Garrelt(7) and Matt Young; Zee Stark, Danny Crews! 5) and David Cloud. W-Meyers. L-Stork (4-1). Records-Brenlwood Academy 16-1, David Lipscomb 23-6. 6-AAA MBA 3, Overton 1, (10) MBA 000 100 0002-342 Overton 001 000 000 0 - 1 S 3 R.A. Dickey and Mike Anderson; John Collier and Waugh, Mullins(5). W-Dickev (12-2). L Collier (9-1). HRs-David Howerton (1). Records-MBA 22-7, Overton 23-3. Shelby Golf Course, Nashville June 9-11, 1992 Name Address City State Age Birthday 18-hole average score: Mall to: Schooldays GoK Tournament, P.O. WHAT 67th annual Tennessean Scholldays Golf Tournament Co-sponsored by Metro Parks & Recreation. WHEN: June 9 WHERE: Shelby Golf Course FORMAT: 18-hole qualifying and low four girls players in both age brackets return for match play June 10-11. ELGIBIUTY: Any boy or girl, who will be ages 1 2-1 7 as of June 9 who lives in The Tennessean primary circulation area AWARDS: Medalists plaques for 12-14 and 15-17 age brackets for both boys and girls divisions. Champion and runner-up plaques. Medals for all qualifiers. 30 minutes DUELING GIOJNDS RACE COURSE ft 27) State Individuals Pairings for the stale Individual singles and doubles championships today and tomorrow al Centennial Sportsplex; UPPER BRACKET: All Hamedeh (CBHS) vs. Thomas Moiur (Beardn); Anthony Adams (Oak) vs. Charles Warner (MBA); Pat Vernon (Germtn) vs. Frank Webb (Bch); Jason Green (Bav) vs. Jaime Broch (Kings D-B). LOWER BRACKET: Joel Gonzalez (UnvHI) vs. Jesse Llndslev (BrntHI); , Chris Groer (Frrgt) vs. Ognen Nko- , touskl (MUS); Jason Mat ton (Hen) vs. Clay Richard (HavwCo); Morgan Par- ' ker (MBA) vs. Brian Sanders (McC). First round today, I am, second round, noon Semifinals and finals to- 1 morrow. 1 1 Doublet 4 UPPER BRACKET: Gagllano-Crom-T , well (Cok) vs. Schrader-Meade (D-B); i McDermotl-McCammon (BrH) vs. r , Horne-Hagerman (MUS); Kigongo-Schikte (Bav) vs. Slmmons-Simmont i (Halls); Jones-Smaldone (MBA) vs. ' 1 Rve-Beaslev (DksCo). LOWER '' BRACKET: Tonkin-Winker (MUS) vs. Gltdewek-Schormen (Germt); Ransford- ' Cherry (ClksNW) vs. Needham-McMil- ' tin (McC); Fritts-Foster (Webb) vs. ' Filzgerald-Stoll (MBA); Czuchry ' McGowan (SHUI) vs. Williams-Benedict , , (BrHi). First round today, 930 am, second , , round, 1:30 pm Semifinals and finals tomorrow. Gifts UPPER BRACKET: Jennifer Hurt (Hutch) vs. Vicky Brown (Webb); Sarah . , Crews (BrnlHI) vs. Judy Hu (H-F); , Wendy Sacks (SIM) vs. Ginny Rice (MIJ); Kathy Herring (Bav) vs. Robin Moore (SullvE). LOWER BRACKET: Leanne Sasker (GattPttm) vs. Maimda Rvan (Riv); Whitney Sharp (Webb) vs. Tort Armour (Hrdng); Karen Tavlor (CAcad) vs. Nao Kinoshlta (Lsanne); Jenny Boucek (USN) vs. Charlotte Burgess (Bav). First round today, I am, second round, noon. Semitinals and finals tomorrow, Doublet UPPER BRACKET: Glsl-Brownverd (JksnC-M) vs. Clanlon-Fillers (Greenv); DMord-Resha (BGA) vs. Pera-Horne (Hutch); Hatten-Johnson (Bav) vs. Dil-Warner (Webb); Hegan-Thomas (USN) vs. Centretl-Clift (CookeviHe); LOWER BRACKET: Btvfhe-Bridgtorfh (Hutch) vs. Tavlor-Peterson (HouslnHI); Shack-ettord-Smell (ClAced) vs. Burch-Croxel (Bay); King-Duffy (Brdn) vs. Cherry-Carmichael (HH): Land-McAvoy (JCSHill) vs. Kersev-Lawson (Smy). First round today, 9.30 a.m., second round, 130 p.m. Semifinals and finals tomorrow. 4-AA D Utncamb 4, Brentwood Acad t David Lipscomb 001 000 3 4 1 1 Brentwood Academy 010 001 1 1 4 1 Jennifer Eley amd Wendy Woods; Lorrie Lockridge and Bethany Taylor. W-Eley (9-2). L-Lockrktge (14-2). Records-David Lipscomb 29-11, Brentwood Academy 33-4. 5-AAA Ctwnpkmhio Brentwood 4, Mount Juliet 3 Mount Juliet 100 000 2 1 4 1 Brentwood 200000 2 - 4 9 I Elmore and Cardisv Kaci Clark and Marcie Anderson. W-Clerk. L-EI-more. HRs-Mount Juliet: Chatfm. Records Brentwood 33-2. 4-AAA Championship Father Ryan 3, Overton I Father Ryan 200 001 1 1 4 ) .Overton OO00O0I-I4I Jamie Birdwel and Becky Hotm. Jennifer Wilson and Meg Heinrtch. W-Birdwel (21-10). L-WHson. Recordt-Falher Ryan 27-10. M-Distrtcl Teams A Middle Tennessee Chr.-Glna Guthrie, Wendy Cooper, Neeley Ross; Cascade-Tina Brown, Wendy Cawthron, Joan Tavlor, Wendy Elklns, Kim Prosser; Forrest-Meg Hardison, Melinda Patterson, Melissa Foster, Veronica Perryman; Unkmvilkt-Angie Dalton, Jerri Lynn Griffey. Co-plovers ol the year: Gina Guthrie-MTC, Tina Brown, Cascade. Coach ol the year: Katie Harris, Forrest. ll-AAA Overton-Melissa Stepp, J HI Harris, Meg Heinrlch; Father Ryan-Jamie Birdwen, Elaine Derrick, Becky Holm, ' Kathy Hoffman; Hillwood-Lisa King, Peggy Irelan, Misty Gray; HWsboro-Jeanne Marabte, Caroline Wels, Amy Wallon; Pearl-Cohn-Voleria Matthews, April Cunnningam; White's Creek Lak-eshia Morrow, Cindy Mktgett. Today's schedule Class AAA Dobbvns-Bennelt vs. Central Baylor vs. Warren Co. Henry Co. al MBA Germanlown vs. Wooddale Class AA Unicoi vs. Seymour Grundy Co. vs. Livingston Marshall Co. vs. Brentwood Academy Union City vs. Memphis Uni. School Class A Unl. School vs. Charleston Forrest vs. Summertown Lake Co. vs. Skyview Upperman-Friendshlp Chr. winner vs. Davidson Academy Fight schedule May 21 At The Paramount, New York, Kevin Kellev, Queens, New York, vs. Tommy Voldez, Tucson, Ariz., 10, feathert; Jake Rodriguez, Brentwood, N.Y., vs. Julio Flores, Puerto Rico, 10, iunlor welters. Al Bally't Casino and Resort, Las Vegas, Mike McCallum, New York, vs. Fermin Chirino, New York City, 10, middles. TENNESSEAN Schooldays Golf Tournament . . Phone . .ZIP. Sey M0 FD Box 120952, Nashville, TN 37212 round on June 9. Low 16 boys North of Nashville ?Vv. 1-65. BUT 2. FJLANXLEI. KY KT-TN BORDER 'i

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