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3 THE TENNESSEAN Friday, July 18 1997 1 ftg to 'Qmahi Nashville mils ftatt gets no 111 jport, I By ANTHONY COLEMAN als Manager Tim Jerschele said. "And Olsen did a good job for us. It was nice to be able to come here and play pretty well." Chuck Smith came in and was perfect in two innings of relief for Nashville. The Royals won three of the five games in the series against Nashville. The Sounds lost six of nine games on their homestand. The Sounds now hit the road for 10 games, starting at 7:15 tonight at Jeremy Carr in the third inning. "That was the game right there. It's frustrating. But it's the second game in a row where I've pitched pretty consistently." "He was moving his pitch in and out," Sounds pitching coach Kirk Champion said. "That's the second straight game he's pitched where he lost 3-0. ' In Pratt's last start, the lefthander also went seven innings. "Pratt threw pretty well," Roy- Iowa. Nashville right-hander Mike Bertotti (3-6, 6.63 ERA) to the mound tonight to face Cubs righty Kevin Tapani. Heading south: The Sounds got two hits from Chicago White Sox star Robin Ventura, who is down rehabilitating a compound fracture and dislocation of his right ankle. Ventura finished his five-game stay with the Sounds with six hits in 15 at bats. He's now heading to Birmingham, where the Class AA Barons have a eight-game home stand. "It felt good to be able to hit the ball the way I did," Ventura saicTT don't know how far I am away-from returning to the majors." - He'll join White Sox pitcher Ja-I son Bere, who pitched last night for! the first time since elbow surgery, last September. Bere gave up fives hits and four runs in four innings! as the Barons lost 8-5 to Jackson-J ville.B '"! Spurts Writer .. Nashville's Rich Pratt had a strong outing last night, but unfortunately the Sounds couldnt Gener "Sometimes you just dont swing the bat well and we just didnt get anything done tonight," Sounds hitting coach Von Joshua said. "It's too bad because Rich did a nice job." Pratt did indeed do a nice job. He scattered three hits over seven innings and struck out eight "One dang pitch," said Pratt, who gave up a three-run homer to ate any runs for their pitcher dur ing the team's 3-0 loss to Omaha. ' The Sounds, who have Inst him in a row and and nine of their past n. eot only five hits off three Rov- als pitchers. One of those pitchers, starter Steve Olsen (3-4) is a for mer Sounds starter. SCOREBOARD Compiled by Tracie Keeloti Source 24 Deposit Guaranty MADISON, Miss. (AP) - Scores with relation to par Thursday after the first round of the $1 million Deposit Guaranty Golf Classic, played on the 7,157-yard, scores, call 242-2424 and A-league standings Eastern Conference Atlantic Division W L SOW Pts GP GA Hershev 14 5 1 40 33 14 Richmond 10 9 0 30 24 21 Carolina 10 8 1 28 35 21 Charleston 8 9 2 20 25 32 Raleigh 8 12 3 18 23 35 Jacksonville 3 14 0 9 18 48 Northeast Division W L SOW Pis GF GA Montreal 13 3 1 37 34 5 Rochester 10 7 0 30 35 31 Toronto 10 4 1 28 27 21 Long Island 9 9 3 21 25 23 Connecticut 7 9 4 13 13 24 Worcester 4 14 0 12 14 38 Western Conference Central Division W L SOW Pts GF GA New Orleans 11 7 2 29 29 25 Orlando 8 10 0 24 27 27 NashvM 11 7 S 23 31 21 Milwaukee 4 9 1 14 15 21 Minnesota 4 9 1 14 11 10 Atlanta 4 11 2 14 20 32 Pacific Division W L SOW Pts GF GA Seattle 14 5 2 38 30 13 Colorado 11 7 1 31 40 32 Vancouver 11 9 1 31 32 21 California 10 8 0 30 28 24 Orange Co. 4 10 1 14 20 36 El Paso 6 13 2 14 17 29 NOTE: Three points for victory, one point for shootout win and zero points for loss. Thursday's Gam Nashville 5, Jacksonville 0 Friday's Games Toronto at Carolina Hershey at Rochester . Montreal al Richmond Minnesota at Seattle Orlando al California Saturday's Games Connecticut at Worcester Toronto at Raleigh Nashville at Milwaukee Jacksonville at New Orleans Colorado at El Paso American Association Eastern Division W L Pet GB Buffalo (Indians) 40 34 .425 -Nashvll (WSox) S3 43 51 7 Indianapolis (Reds) 52 44 342 8 Louisville (Cards) 42 57 .424 19Va Western Division Iowa (Cubs) 50 48 .510 - New Orleans (Astros) 48 50 .490 2 Omaha (Royals) 45 53 .459 5 Okie. City (Rangers) 40 59 .404 10i Thursday's Games Omaha 3 Nashville 0 Louisville 4, Oklahoma City 2 New Orleans 5, Indianapolis 1 Friday's Games Louisville at Oklahoma City Indianapolis at New Orleans Nashville at Iowa Buffalo at Omaha Saturday's Games Louisville at Oklahoma City Indianapolis at New Orleans Nashville at Iowa Buffalo at Omaha Sunday's Games Louisville at Oklahoma City Indianapolis at New Orleans Buffalo at Omaha Nashville at Iowa Royals 3, Sounds O OMAHA NASHVILLE abrtibl abrhbi Carr cf 3 113 Abbott cf 2 0 10 Martinez SS 4 0 1 0 Nrton 2b 3b 4 0 0 0 Pough lb 4 0 0 0 Ventura 3b 3 0 2 0 Vitiello dh 4 0 0 0 Brady 2b 10 0 0 Hatcher rf 3 0 0 0 Ordonez rf 4 0 10 Hansen 2b 3 0 0 0 VaWez lb 4 0 0 0 Seltzer 3b 3 110 Vlnas c 4 0 0 0 Fasaoo c 2 10 0 Cotton dh 3 0 10 Sisco If 3 0 0 0 Wilson ss 3 0 0 0 Evans H 2 0 0 0 Cappucdo If 1 0 0 0 Totals 29 1 1 1 Totals 31 0 5 0 Omaha 003 000 000 -3 Nasitvle 000 000 000 -0 E-Seltzer. DP-Omaha 2. LOB-Omaha 1, Nashville 4. HR-Carr (1). CS-Martlnez. Ip h r r bbs Omaha Olsen W, 3-4 5 4 0 0 1 4 Huisman 2 1 0 0 0 3 Bevil S, 1 2 0 0 0 1 2 NasltvS Pratt L, 4-4 7 3 3 3 2 8 Smith 2 0 0 0 0 1 WP-Otsen. BK-Pralt. T-227. A-6,335. Tennessee State Open Junior Championship At Tennessee Tech Cookevie, Tern. Boys' 12 Sintfes Semifinals Stuart Cann (1), Brentwood, def. Eric Wilson (4), Brentwood, 4-1, 4-0; Andrew Collins, Lookout Mtn., def. Julian Saporili, Nashville. Finals Stuart Cam (1), Brentwood, def. Andrew Collins (2), Lookout Mln.; Julian Saporitl, Nashville, def. Eric Wilson (4), Brentwood, 6-4, 6-1. Consolations Semifinals Steven Goedien, Muscle Shoals, Ala., def. Brat Blocker, Term., 4-1, 4-0; Robert Cameron, Lenoir City, def. WeUer Dren-non, Memphis, 4-3, 4-1. Boys' 12 Doubt Semifinals Cann-Saporlti (1) def. Drennon-Nas-sariti 4-1, 4-1; Baker-Wilson (2) def. Blocker-Canwon 2-4, 4:1, 4-1. Finals Cann-Saporlti (1) def. Baker-Wilson (2) 4-2, 4-1. Boys' 14 Singlet Semifinals Heath McLaughen (4), Harrison, def. Bob Murray (1), Kenner, La., 4-0, 4-2; Cameron Boyd (2), Knoxville, def. Brent Goedien, Muscle Shoals, Ala. Consolations John Gamble, Ooltewah, def. Joshua Bales, Knoxville, 6-2, 7-6 (2); Adam Irving, Knoxville, def. Jonathan Brame, Ooltewah, 6-1, 6-2. Finals John Gamble, Ooltewah, def.' Adam Irving, Knoxville, 3-6, 6-2, 6-2. Boys' 14 Doubles Finals Allan-ChappeK def. Brame-Gamble (1) 7-5, 4-1. Boys' 14 Singles Finals Gordon Tarver (2), CookevIHe, def. Art Baker (1), Nashvlll (Champion Tarver); James Dlckerson (3), Knoxville, def. David Blank (5), Knoxville (Third Dicker-son). Consolations Quarterfinals Brian Vodlnh (4), Knoxville, def. Carl W. Buck, Crossville, 4-0, 4-1; Will Chap-pell, Knoxville, def. Jameel Clark, Franklin, 6-1, 4-1; lon Dlmopoulas, Brentwood, def. Joey Jensen, Brentwood, 4-2, 4-4; Brandon James, Bolivar, def. John Jackson, Brentwood, 4-0, 6-0. Semifinals Brian Vodlnh (4), Knoxville, def. WW Chappell, Knoxville, 4-4, 7-5; Ion Dlmopoulas, Brentwood, def. Brandon James, Bolivar, 4-2, 1-4, 4-3. Finals Brian Vodlnh (4), Knoxville, 'Sel. fen Dlmopoulas, Brentwood, 6-0, 4-0.1 Boys' 16 Doubles ' J Finals - Baker-Dlckerson (1) def. GrlrtJa-son 4-0, 4-2. j, Bovs' 18 Singles . Finals IT , Fadden Holden (2), LoulsvWe.JCV., def. Jordan Hobbs (1), Lllburn, Ga., 4-2, 4-4; Jeremy R.Cagle (3), Union City, def. Viiav Upadhyava (4), Brentwood. Consolations " a Semifinals Kevin Garllnlon, Huntsville, AW'def. Adam Martin, Memphis, 4-3, 4-1. Finals Kevin Garllnlon, Huntsville, . def. Chris Elkins, Nashville, 7-4 (3), 6-4. Bovs' IB Doubt Semifinals :2 Harrod-Vodonh (1) def. Hlxsori- Jensen 4-1, 6-1; Gardner-Martin (2) def. James-Lax 2-6, 6-3, 6-2. j : Gardner-Martin (2) def. Harrbd-Voo:-inh (1) 2-6, 6-1, 6-0. Girls' 12 Singles - Round Robin Lawrence Tavktr, Memphis, def. Debbie Pancake, Chattanooga, 6-0, 7-4; Sarah Baker, Nashville, def. Rebecca , McElroy, Nashville, 4-0, 4-0. Gars' 14 Singlet Finals ""' 1 . Tara Goedien (3), Muscle Shoals: Ala., -def. Laura Collins, Lookout Mtn.; Lindsey Vaughan (2), Clarksville, def. ' Mary Carpenter, Knoxville. Consolations Finals v Katherine Brooks, Kingsport, def. Ellz- abeth Moser (1), Memphis. . Gills' 16 Doubles ; ' Finals . ' ' Moser-Taylor (1) def. Craig-Craig 7-6 (3), 2-4, 4-4. GUIs' 18 Singles . . Flnalt Kathryn Baker (1), Nashville, deft Courtney Collins (2), Nashville. , Consotatfont Semifinals W- -- ' Carey Lay, Knoxville, def. Jennifer Bryant, Hermitage, 6-1, 6-0; Susan Kemp, Union City, def. Julie Beth Williams, Cookevllie. Finals Carey Lay, Knoxville, def... Susan Kemp, Union City, 4-1, 4-1. - . Girls' 18 Doubles j , -Finals Bakerollins (1) def. Klm-Vaughan 4-2, 4-3. Lisa Hackney Jackie Gallagher-Smllti Alicia Dibos Sherri Turner Jan Stephenson Sherrin Smyers Pearl Sinn Deb Richard Cindy Rarlck Kalle Peterson-Parker Stephanie Mavnor Nancy Harvey Michelle Estill Dale Eggeling Michelle Dobek Missie Berteottl Akiko Fukushima Kelly Kuehne Becky tverson Jean Zedlitz Suzanne Strudwick Marianne Morris Kathryn Marshall Mayuml Hlrase Vicki Goetze-Ackerman Helen Dobson Stefanla Croce Julie Brand Luciana Bemvenuti Nancy Taylor Sherri Sleinhauer Amy Read Michelle McGann Janice Gibson Ellie Gibson Mitzi Edge Pal Bradley Leta Undley ' Renee Heiken Amy Fruhwirth Moira Dunn Wendy Doolan Laurie Brower Pam Wright Lisa Walters Colleen Walker Kris Tscheller Val Skinner Nancy Ramsbottom Anne Marie PolH Jenny Lidback Penny Hammel M Brilej-Hinlon Sharon Barrett Krlsti Albers Shanl Waugh Chela Quintana Crislie Ken-Annette DeLuca Mary Beth Zimmerman Sue Thomas Tracy Kerdyk Judy Dickinson Nand Bowen Loretla Alderete Amy Alcott Angie Ridgewav Kristal Parker-Gregory EmHee Klein Carin Hi Koch LoriWesl Nancy Scranton Laurie Rlnker-Graham Melissa McNamara Noell Daghe Heather Drew Leigh Ann Mills Leslie Spalding Muffin Spencer-Devlin Michelle MackaH Karen Davles Vickie Odegard par x-Mii wmanoaie ow club. 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LOUIS (AP) - Scores Thursday after the first round of the $200,000 NIKE Gateway Classic, played on the 7,047-yard, par 34-35-71 Missouri Bluffs Gotf Club (a-denoles amateur): Jeff Barlow 34-31-65 Karl Zotler 33-33-44 Arden Knoll 32-3466 Jim Esles 33-33-66 Croy Cochran 33-33-66 RonWhittaker - 34-32-44 RW. Eaks 32-34-46 ToddGleaton 32-34-66 Paul Gow 32-34-44 Clark Dennis 33-34-47 Greg Bruckner 34-33-47 RyanHowison 34-33-47 Eric Booker 34-33-47 Chris Couch 35-32-47 Chris Zambrl 34-33-47 Franklin Langham 34-3147 DonWalsworth ' 35-32-47 Brad Oil 33-34-67 Esleban Toledo 32-35-47 Harry Taylor 35-32-67 Jay Synkelm 35-32-47 Mike Emery 33-34-47 Dennis Trixler 33-34-67 Greg Sweall 34-33-67 BiHy Dowries 34-34-68 Rick Cramer 34-34-48 Michael Clark 34-32-48 Rocky Walchtr 33-35-48 Tim Conlev 35-33-48 Bud Still 33-35-48 Jeff Klein 35-33-48 Steve Lamontagn 34-34-48 Jay Davis 34-34-48 Mark Faulkner 33-35-48 Bob Ralston 34-34-48 Mike Small 34-32-68 Gary Webb 35-33-68 Bruce Vaughan 34-32-48 Patrick Lee 35-33-48 Bob Friend 35-34-49 Terry Price 34-35-49 J.L Lewis 34-35-49 Jeff Cook 38-31-49 Kevin Johnson 35-34-69 Joe Go 35-34-49 Jeff Thorsen 35-34-49 Greg Whismn 35-34-49 Barry Cheesman 35-34-49 Glen Hnatluk 36-33-69 Dennis Posllewalt 35-34-49 Richard Gilkey 35-34-49 Jaime Gomez 33-34-49 Kevin Altenhof 34-35-69 Dennis Zlnkon 37-32-69 Dan Pelczerskl 37-32-69 JC Anderson 35-34-69 Briny Baird 34-35-69 Dan Baleman 34-33-49 Jeff Brehaut 33-36-49 Jeff Gov 37-32-49 Dan Slon 35-34-49 John Rieggtr 33-34-49 Bn Bates 38-32-70 Brian Kmm 34-36-70 Rob McKetvev 36-34-70 Dvtd 6rnshw 37-3370 Jimmy Slob 40-30-70 Chad Mage 36-34-70 Dean Paopas 35-3570 Jon Bettencourl 37-33-70 Barry Corner 35-35-70 Craig Prk 36-34-70 John Johnson 38-32-70 Rick Stalling 37-33-70 David McCamptxU 36-34-70 Carl Paulson 34-34-70 Jo Daly 34-34-70 Greg Flelschr 36-34-70 John Elliott 35-35-70 Chris Smith 37-33-70 David Fught 35-35-70 Chris Wlnchip 35-35-70 Denny Brlggs 34-3670 Robby Skinner 36-34-70 John Hss 35-35-70 Tad Hollowly 35-35-70 Knt Joes 36-35-71 Slav Flesch Garrett Willi Alan Pete . . 37-34-71 .34-35-71 35-36-71 For the latest news and dial the following codes: Main menu 3000 NFL 3010 NBA 3020 Baseball 3030 NHL 3040 Motorsports 3050 Yesterday's deals BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS Sent INF Casey Candaele and OF Trenidad Hubbard outright to Buffalo of the American Association. Claimed RHP Teddy War-recker off waivers from the Los Angeles Dodgers and designated him for assignment. KANSAS OTY ROYALS Sent RHP Jamie Brewinglon outright to Wichita of the Texas League. SEATTLE MARINERS Recalled RHP Edwin Hurtedo from Tacoma of the Pacific Coast Laague. Sent RHP Josias Manzanllkt outright to Tacoma. TORONTO BLUE JAYS-Placed RHP Juan Guzman on the 15-day disabled list. Called up LHP Huck Fierier from Syracuse of the International League. National League HOUSTON ASTROS-Promoted Andres Reiner to special assistant to the general manager for International scouting and development and Pal Murphy to assistant director of scouting. NEW YORK METS-Placed RHP Armando Reynoso on the 15-dav disabled list. Recalled INF Shawn Gilbert from Norfolk of the International League. PITTSBURGH PIRATES Recalled RHP Paul Wagner from Carolina of th Southern League. Optioned RHP Jose Silva lo Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. SAN DIEGO PADRES Activated RHP Doug Bochtler from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned RHP Rich Balche-lor to Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Activated 3B Bill Mueller from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned INF Rich Aurilia to Phoenix Of the PCL International League ROCHESTER RED WINGS-Promot-ed SS Augl Oieda from Bowl of th Eastrn League. Frontier League KALAMAZOO KODIAKS-Slgned RHP Chris Mitchell. Released OF Luke Oglesbv and RHP Carey Herring. Northern League WINNIPEG GOLDE YES Traded DH Mike Meggers to Ouluth Superior-Dukes for player to be named. DULUTH-SUPERIOR DUKES-Ac-qulred OF-DH Mike Meggers from Winnipeg for their 1999 first selection In th Northern League tryout camp and a player lo b named. Released OF Kedrlc Porler. FARGO-MOORHEAD REDHAWK- Signed RHP Barry Nelson and OF Paul OMavinla. Released LHP Blake Clancy, RHP Jay Dillon, LHP Jack ford, OF Eddie Lantlgua, RHP Kalam Paull, IB Brian Traxler and OF Chad Wick. Pacific Coast League CALGARY CANNONS-Optkmed INF Tony Beasley and OF Steve Hazlett to Carolina In the Southern League. Prairi League PRAIRIE LEAGUE-Announced the resignation of Mike Elgie co-commisslon- "'SASKATOON STALLIONS Released RHP James Gamble and named him assistant pitching coach. Activated RHP Mario Linares. BASKETBALL National Basketbaf Association ORLANDO MAGIC-Re-signed F Derek Strong to e one-year contract. SACRAMENTO KINGS-Re-signed C Kevin Salvador!. FOOTBALL National Footbal League ARIZONA CARDINALS Released LB Devon McDonald, OL Ben Kaufman and WR K.O. Kealaluhl. ATLANTA FALCONS-Released C Darius Smith, OT Bob Goilra and S Sean Boyd. CINCINNATI BENGALS Signed C Rod Payne lo a three-year contract. DALLAS COWBOYS-Agreed to terms with TE Davk) LaFktur on a five-year contract. GREEN BAY PACKERS-Signed DE Elliott Fortune. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Re-signed FB Cllf Groce. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Signed USA Women's National Championships AUGUSTA, Ga. (AP) - Results Thursday at the Inaugural USA Boxing Women's National Championships at th Wrrn Road Community Cntr: 119 pounds Tlsha Luna, Hartford, Conn. del. Jlml Chartrand, Joliel, III. 5-0. Leona Brown, New York def. Noel Domen, Waianae, Hawaii 5-0. Lam Salazar, Tuscon, Ariz, stopped Jody Ferguson, Notoik, Neb., 139 of first round. Patricia Atclvar, Queens, N Y. slopped Ruth Sullivan, New York, 128 of first round. 125 Alicia Ashley, Weslbury, N.Y. def. Kelsey Jeffries, Santa Clara. Calif. 4-1. Elizabeth Agullera, West Covins, Calif, def. Lisa Fosler, Washington, DC. 5-0. Belinda Montova, Salt Lake City del. Rebecca Dunbar, Qulncy, Mass. 5-0. Deirdr Fabian, Wilmington, N.C. def. Holly Curry, Orange City, Fla. 5-0 132 Laura Kletczewskl, New York def. Carline LMoine, Quincv, Mass. 5-0. Melissa Salamone, Miami def. Rachel Ramseur, Seattle, 5-0. 147 Sky Hosova, New York, stopped Megann Johnson, Osmond, Neb. 0:55 of first round. Anne Marie Toland-Francey, Somr- vllle, Mass. def. Vienna Williams, Philadelphia, walkover. 154 LaTasha Washington, Washington, D.C. def. Trlna Schacon, Salt Lak City, 5-0. EvUyn Rodrlgun, New York stopped Angela Borvw, Sarasota, Fla, YM of first round. 145 Bmda Derby, Cheverty, Md. def. Jeannln McManut, Johnson City, Twin. 5-0. LaKlM Coffen, Washington, D.C, def Autumn Prlnctn, Ashland, Or., walkover, 171 Veronica Simmons, Brooklyn, N.Y. def. Trlna Ortegon, Albuqurqu, N.M. 4-1. Suzafl Taylor, Decatur, Ga. def. Jennifer Cunningham, Merced, Calif. 3-1 Upcoming bouts July it Al Thomas S, Mack Cnter, Las Vegas (HBO), Johnny Taoia, Albuouw-qu, NJvi, vs. Danny Romero, Aibuouer-oue, NJvV, 12, for fh IBF-WBO lumor bantamweight title; Michael Carbeiel, Phoenix, vs. Jake Matlala, South Africa, 12, lor Carbaiar IBA light llywight tin. Jury 1 At NashvlH (Tm) Aren (SHO), Frnki Uto, Las Vegas, vs. Zaftarou yBaiiogou, Togo, 12, for Lli' WBA super ' middknyrtght iftto; MbuWo Bolll. South Golf 3060 Tennis 3070 Boxing 3080 Colleges 3100 College football 3101 CB Chris Canty lo a four-year contract. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS-Slgned G Chris Naeole to a flve-vear contract. Agreed to terms with DE Jared Tomlch and S Rob Kelly to a three-year contracts and PK Doug Brian on a one-vear contract. NEW YORK JETS-Slgned WR-KR Dedric Ward, DE Terry Day, RB Leon Johnson, LB Tim Scharf, QB Chuck Clements and P Monty Key. Waived P Chris Maclnnts. OAKLAND RAIDERS-Re-signed RB Derrick Fenner. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Signed G Ron Lewis. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS-Slgned TE Greg Clark to a three-vear contract. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS-Signed LB Alshermond Slnglelon lo a three-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Slgned Don Hay assistant coach to a three-year contract. BOSTON BRUINS-Slgned F Anttl Laaksonen to a two-year contract. DALLAS STARS-Signed LW Bob Errev to a three-year contract. MONTREAL C AN ADIENS Agreed to terms with G Andy Moog on two-year contract. OTTAWA SENATORS Signed C Clayton Beddoes to a one-vear contract. ST. LOUIS BLUES-Signed G Rich Parent. American Hockey League CINCINNATI MIGHTY DUCKS- Named Dave Charier supervisor of off-ice officials. International Hockey League GRAND RAPIDS GRIFFINS Signed C-RW Glen Metropolis KANSAS CITY BLADES-Named F Gary Emmons director of player personnel-development. Signed RW Darin Kimble. United Hockey League PORT HURON BORDER CATS-R-slgned D Jamie Dabanovlch. QUAD CITY MALLARDS Announced D Todd Newton and RW Andrew Fagan were claimed by B.C. Iceman. Signed LW Slas Tkatch and D Rick Emmelt. SOCCER Malor Leacu Soccer NEW ENGLAND REVOLUTION- Signed G Jeff Causey. TENNIS USTA-Named Rodney Harmon as USTA Director of Multicultural Development. COLLEGE ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE-Named Thomas Wis- trcill commissioner. ARMY-Named Julie Moore, Heather Kirk and John Lauro women's assistant basketball coaches. BOISE STATE Named Ed Jacoby track and field coach. CALIFORNIA Named Mike Bottom associate head swimming coach. CALIFORNIA, PA.-Named Phil Burnett defensive line coach. DAYTON-Named Rebecca Myers and Dave Langner women's assislant soccer coach. EARLH AM Named April Huckaby field hockey and women's lacrosse coach. HA VERFORD Named John Douglas sports information director. LAMAR Named Dean Bllllck athletic director. MARI5T Named Kevin Doherty associate head football coach. MINNESOTA-Announced basketball G Terrance Simmons is transferring from Louisiana State. MORGAN STATE-Named Faith Shearer assistant athletic director for external operations. NORTH CAROLINA STATE-Named Jason Simon assislant sports Information director. STETSON-Named Kristin Karl women's and men's crew coach. TULSA-Named Lorl Castellano soft-ban coach. VERMONT Named Felix McGralh alpine ski coach and Ky Koizsch assislant alpine ski coach. WESTERN KENTUCKY Named Steve Small women's basketball coach. Africa, vs. Tim Austin, Cincinnati, 12, for Bottle's IBF bantamweight title. Al Fantasy Springs Casino, Indlo, Cam. (FOXSN), William Guthrie, Wilmington, Del., vs. Darrln Allen, Columbus, Ohio, 12, for th vacant IBF lightweight title; Rafael Ruelas, Los Angeles, vs. Mike Griffith, Cleveland, 10, lunior welterweights. July 20 At Clarktge Hotel Casino, Atlantic City, NJ. (ESPN2), Aaron Davis, Bronx, N.Y., vs. Tommy Small, Becklev, W.Va., 12, for th vacant USBA kinior middleweight till. Al Fantasy Springs Casino, Indlo, Calif. (CBS), Bernard Hopkins, Philadelphia, vs. Glen Johnson, Jamaica, 12, for Hopkins' IBF middleweight till. July 25 At Troplcana Hotel & Casino, Lai Vegas (ESPN), Orlando Canlzales, Laredo, Texas, vs. Edwin Sanlana, Dominican Republic, 12, for Canlzales' IBA featherweight title. July 14 At Troplcana Hotel I Casino, Las Vegas, Heclor Lopez, Glendale, Calif., vs. Mark Lewis, Mlra Lome, Calif., 12, for Lopez's NABO lunior welterweight title; Hector Qulroz, Mexico, vs. Marlon Thomas, Detroit, 10, lunior welterweights. At Yokohama (Japan) Arena, Slevl Johnston, Denver, vs. Hlroyukl Sakamoto, Japan, 12, for Johnston's WBC lightweight till. July 27 Al Baton Rouge, La. (ESPN2), Otis Grant, Canada, vs. Lupe Aquino, Mexico, 12, for Grant's NABF middleweight till. Jury 7J At Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif., Jorge Eliectr Julio, Colombia, vs. Oscar Maidonado, Mexico, 12, for th vacant WBO bantamweight Kile; Ramon Huriado, Panama, vs. JuUo Luna, Mexico, 10, light flyweights. At Moscow, Russia, AKxd Win, Russia, vs. Joseph Akhesamba, Kenya, 12, for th vacant WBB heavywetgnt tit. July 19 At Madison Square Garden Theater, New York, Larry Holmes, Easlon, Pa., vs. Maurlc Harris, Newark, NJ., 10, heavyweights; Bert Cooper, Sharon Hill, Pa., vs. Richl Melllo, Queens, N.Y., 12, lor th vacant WBF heavyweight till. Aug. 1 At Th Mohegan Sun, Uncasvlile, Conn. (HBO), Philip Holiday, South Africa, vs. Shan Mosley, Los Angeles, 12, tor Holiday's IBF lightweight title; Angel Manfredv, East Chicago, Ind., vs. Jorge Paez, Mexico, 12, for Manfredy's WBU super featherweight tin. At Grand Casino, Bikjxl, Miss., Yvonn Trevlno, Peoria, Arte., vs. Suzann Rlc-do-Maior, Plttsfietd, Mass., 10, for IFBA bantamvreighl title; Tracy Byrd, Detroit, vs. Nor Dalgi, Canada, 10, for IFBA Sghtwwght tin; Kthy Cons, Nw York City, vs. Christina Berry, Li Cross, Wis. 10, for IFBA welterweight till; Arena League standings American Conference Central Division W L Pet. PF PA 596 481 506 541 545 602 317 486 PF PA 545 407 437 445 518 624 Iowa Milwaukee Texas Portland 8 3 .727 Western Division W L Pet. 9 2 .818 4 5 .545 2 9 .182 National Conhtronc Estm Division Arizona San Jose Anaheim W L Pet. 3 .727 PF PA 505 439 546 S12 551 512 435 524 491 382 404 404 434 498 New Jersey Nashva Albany, N.Y. New York Southern Division Orlando I 3 .727 Tampa Bay 4 5 .545 Florida 4 7 .364 Friday's Games Arizona at Anaheim Portland at Orlando Iowa at Tampa Bay Texas at New York Nashville at Milwaukee Florida at San Jose Saturday's Gam New Jersey at Albany, N.Y. Thursday, July 24 New Jersey at New York Friday, July 25 Orlando at Nashville Saturday, July 24 Albany, N.Y. al Arizona Milwaukee at Anaheim Texas at Iowa Tampa Bay al Florida San Jos at Portland NHL free agent signlngs Free agent signlngs with signing dub, position and former learn in parentheses: BOSTON-Ken Baumgartner, Iw (Anaheim); Dave Ellett, d (New Jersey); Dean Chvnowelh, d; Ted Donalo, Iw. COLORADO-Jarl Kurrl, f (Anaheim). DALLAS-Ed BeHour, g (San Jose); Shawn Chambers, d (New Jersey); Darryl Sydor, d; Pet Douris, rw; Bob Errey, f (San Jose). DETROIT Martin Lapolnle, rw; Brent Gilchrist, C (Dallas). EDMONTON Bill Huard, f (Dallas). FLORIDA Terry Carkner, d; Dave Gagner, c (Calgary); Dallas Eaklns, d (N.Y. Rangers). LOS ANGELES Gary Galley, d (Buffalo). MONTREAL Andy Moog, d (Dallas). N.Y. ISLANDERS Mike Hough, Iw (Florida); Wade Flaherty, g (San Jose); Jim Storm, Iw (Dallas); Sergei Nemchl-nov, c (Vancouver); Claude Lapolnle, c N.Y. RANGERS Brian Skrudland, c (Florida); Mike Keane, rw (Colorado); Jeff Finlev, d (Phoenix). OTTAWA-Derek Armstrong, c (N.Y. Islanders); Clayton Beddoes, c (Boston). PHILADELPHIA Luke Richardson, d (Edmonton); Craig Darby, c PHOENIX-MIke Slaplelon, c; Rick Tocchel, rw (Washington). ST. LOUIS-Rudv Poeschek, d (Tampa Bay). SAN JOSE-BW Moulder, d (Tampa Bay); Ron Sutler, c. TAMPA BAY-Yvts Rednt, d (Calgary). TORONTO-Derek King, Kv (Carolina); Mike Kennedy, f (Dallas); Kris King, Iw (Phoenix); Glenn Healy, g (N.Y. Rangers). VANCOUVER-Dave Babych, d; Gram Ledyard, d (Dallas). r 'Mama WNBA standings Etittm Confortncc W L Pet GB New York 10 2 .833 - Houston 7 5 .583 3 Charlotte 5 5 .500 4 0vlnd 3 8 273 Vt WtSrvnt Confvrmct Phowilx 7 3 .700 - Sacramento 5 6 .455 2"i - Los Angeles 5 7 .417 3 Utah 3 9 250 5 Wednesday' Games Charlotte 75, Utah 63 Phoenix 84, Sacramento 67 Los Angeles 77, Houston 52 Thursday' Games Lett Garnet Not Included Charlotte al Cleveland, (n) Utah al New York, (n) Friday's Cam Houston at Sacramento, I p.m. t inilii iflhMiliiattf'- 1 I National Tournament At Greensboro, North CaraM Bovs' H and under - Second round f ohampiomNe brckt Music City PVsvers 79, Mm GeM 48 Top tcorart for Music City: Ron Slay 32, Marcus Fitzgerald 19, Jared Jackson 10, nein Hroin iu. New Jersey 63. Music City PHvers 51 Top scorers lor Music City: Ron Slay 15, Marcus Fitzgerald 12. - 3 BED Antioch football meeting Antkjch High School w hv n organizational meeting for all tootbai pteytrs, Monday, July 21 at P.m., al th Ok) Antioch High School building. Girls State Junior NIOTA, Tenn.-Flnal results of th 34th annual Tennessee Girls Slate Junior Golf Championship at th par-72 Spring- brook Country Club: Samantha Fox 71-74-74-221 5 76-77-76-22913 1-77-80-238--21 82-80-79-241 - -25 78-81-84-243 " -27 84-79-B3-246 - "30 86- 82-79-247 - "31 89-89-77-255 -"39 81-90-89-260 "44 89- 86-90-265 -"49 96-87-84-267 --51 90- 88-93-271 -55 88-93-90-271 - "55 90-95-91-276 -"60 87- 98-93-278 - "62 101-93-89-283 - "67 95-94-96-285 - "69 95-96-95-286 - "70 99-94-99-292- -76 92-102-99-293 -"77 99-94-101-294 --78 110-94-96-300--84 98-95-107-300 -"84 98-102-104-304 -"90 Adrlann Glbbv Sarah Bath Jacobs Laurie Vescova Melanle Hagewood Mary Brlce Margaret Marsh Margaret Horlon Lorl Cate Krlslen Bevans Lacev Mitchell Llndv Burris Karl Merlin Samantha Brlatlco Morgan Campbell Theresa Ash Tracy Parsons Lynn Mantooth Candle Frederick Amanda Killie Stephanie Clay Katie Franklin Bonnie Berge Catherine Sowles Amanda Patterson 103-103-103-309 93 10-14 Years Division (9-hol rounds) May Wood 44-40-42-124 18 Megan French Brooke Hlxon Kristin Lynch Margaret Glbbv Kate May Holly Cantwen Chelsea Chiaoella 44- 43-42-129 --21 43- 45-43-131 - "23 45- 47-47-139 -"31 44- 52-44-144 --34 49-48-49-144 - "38 47-47-54-150 " "42 43-45-48-15448 Club results BELLE MEADE: Blind Hokn-I, Nancy Webb 14; 2, Ellen Duncan 14; 2, Debbie Best 14; 4, Allison Robinson 17. OLD NATCHEZ: LGA 9-Holers-low gross: Debbie Heiman 63; low net: Linda Hemrlck 42; 'The Good, th Bad, th Ugly'-Dorls Taft 18. TEMPLE HILLS: Blind Holes-Championship Flight: 1, JoAnn McCord 32.5; 2, Elaine Saltsman 34; 1st Flight: 1, Maxle Greer 29; 2, Jean Wallace 33.5; 2nd Flight: 1, Barbara Schenk 34.5; 2, June Fisher 37; 3, Ruth McCab 37. TWO RIVERS: Beat the Pro-A-Mary Kirk; B-Glenda Boland. BLUEGRAS& Scratch & Scramble-), Paula Smith-Valerie Miller 69; 2, Barbara Davis-June Duncan 71; 3, Phyllis M'Elhi-nev-Jean Shaw 72.5 MCCABE: Seniors Point Tourna-menl-1, Jim Hamlell, Dan Fogartv, Ed Carr 24.9; 2, Walt Jervey, J.L. Sullivan, Floyd Whitehead, Andy Hamlet 24.3; 3, Jim Harper, Ron Morrell, James McGe-hee, Everett Blanton 17.6; Closest to the hole: No. 8-R.M. Bateman 3-2Vj; No. 15-Paul Uht 4-lV. FRANKLIN: Nashville Seniors-low gross: John Proctor 73; low net: Leon Slruss 62; A-Flight: Ed Hardlson 78, Louis Hulltt 79; Al Smith 43, Ed Schoenberger 64. B-Flkjht: William Brown 79, Bobby Sheppard 81; William Greenwood 43, Morgan Huff 45. C-Fllght: John Brasewel 74, Felix Stem 80, Town Kohn 80; John McGonagl 43, Charlie Lyons 43. D-Fllght: Davk) Gary 78, Charlts Jackson 81; Jack Downey 43, Jack Lee 43. E-Fllght: Jack Reynolds 80, Felix Welslgr 85; Jnkins Cmpbll 48, Kan Slsk 49. BRENTWOOD: Front Nln-low gross: I, Eddie and Malen Grant, Carroll and Nancy Young 28; 2, Jackie and Davna Brassfleld, Jay and Jo Ann BrassHeld 31; 3, Charlie and Nell Hill, Wayn and Charlotte Thompson 31; low net: 1, Hal and Jan Bunshaw, Rlc Chapel and Judy Souders 24.4; 2, Jim and Hilda Holt, Bob Merlle and Gloria Elbickl 273; 3, Don and Jo Ann King, Jonathan and Dorothy Smith 28.1; Back Nine-low gross: 1, Paul and Joan MasdoH, Jim and Mary Ann Clark 30; 2, John and Laura Foreman, John and Donna Brannon 31; 3, Stev and Pam Elkms, Sandy Smith and Mac Ruckar 32; low net: Bruce and Lekjht HoWnger, Ben and Lucy Locke 27; 2, Jo Bankamper and Beth SherrlU, Mary and Bryan Rust 27.5; 3, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Spragglns, Mr, and Mrs. Ron Davis 274. Holes-ln-one PERCY WARNER: Mark Wagner aced the 130-yard No. 1. Mike Garcia and PhiWo Featntrslon witnessed th shot. TEMPLE HILLS: An Burkltt mad tn 137-yard hol-ln-on, using 4-iron, Benny Rgon witnessed th shot. Major league baseball FRIDAY NATIONAL LEAGUE FAVORITE LINI UNDERDOG Cbtcage JVj-6Vi Colorado Florida 1-9 San Diego Montrtal Ml Houston Pittsburgh Even- Pnladriphia Atlanta 8-9 Los Angeles New York 1-9 Cincinnati St Lam 5'i-4'4 San Francisco AMERICAN LEAGUE Cleveland 6v-7'4 Boston BaMmer 8-9 Chicago New York 5j-4' MJwwke Txs 8-9 Detroit Sean 12-14 Kansas City Anaheim 7-1 Toronto Oakland Even-4 Mlnnesot NOTE: Horn teams in bold. Odds provided by National Sport Services, Inc. (httpwwwjnsjwt). Tour de France stages PARIS (AP) - The stages of the 1997 Tour de Franc with stag winner and overall leader In parentheses: July 5-Prologue: Rouen, 4.5 miles (Chris Boardman, Britain). July 4-1st stage: Rouen-Forges-Les-Eaux, 1)93 (Mario Clpollini, Italy; Clpolll-nl). July 7-2nd stage: St.Valery-n-Caux- Vlre, 162.8 (Clpollini; Cipollini). Jury 8-3rd stage: Vlre-Plumelec, 1392 (Erik Zabel, Germany; Clpollini). July 9-4lh stage: Pkimetec-Le Puy du Fou, 138.6 (Nicola Minali, Italy; Cipollini). July 10 5th stage: Chantonnay-La Chatre, 162J (Cedric Vasseur, France; Vasseur). July II -6th stage: Le Blanc-Mar-ennes, 1342 (Joeren Bliilevens, Netherlands; Vasseur). July 12-7th stage: Marennes-Bour-deaux, 120.6 (Zabel; Vasseur). July 13 8th stag: Sauternes-Pau, 100 (Zabel; Vasseur). July l4-9th siege: Pau-Loudenvlelle-Vallee Louron, 1131 (Laurent Brochard, Franc; Vasseur) July 15-loth stage: Luchon-Andorra-Arcails, 156.6 (Jen Ullrich, Germany; Ullrich) July 16-11lh stage: Adnorre-Perpi-gnan, 1193 (Laurent Desbiens, France; Ullrich) July 17-Rest day: St.Etlenne July 18 12th stage: St.Elienne-St Etienne, 34.2. July It-13th stage: St.Ellenne-L'AIpe d'Huez, 126.8. Jury 20- 14th stage: L Bourg D'Ois-ans- Courchevel, 91.9. July 21-15lh stage: Courchevel-Mor-zlne, 130. July 22-16th stage: Morzine-Frlbourg, 112.5 July 23-17th stage: Fribourg-Colmar, 136 1 jury 24-18th stage: Colmar-Montbe-liard, 1018. July 25- 19th stage: Montbetiard-Dlkm, 106.9. July 24-20th stage: Disneyland-Paris, 39.1. Legg Mason Classic WASHINGTON (AP) - Results Thursday of the 8475,000 Legg Mason Tennis Classic In Washington (seedlngs in parentheses): Singles Third Round Petr Korda (2), Czechoslovakia, def. Fernon Winter (16), Netherlands, 6-4, 4-4 Scott Draper (7), Australia, def. Steve Campbell, Detroit, 4-3, 7-4 (9-7). David Wneaton, Lake Minnetonka, Minn., def. Jason Sloltenberg (5), Australia, 3-4, 7-4 (7-2), 7-4 (7-1). Vine Spadea (14), Boca Raton, Fla., def. Michael Tebbutt, Australia, 5-7, 7-4 (7-5), 4-3. Ralner Schuttier, Germany, def. Doug Flach, Alpharelta, Ga., 4-4, 4-2, 7-4 (7-4). Thomas Hass (8), Germany, def. Kenneth Carlson (9), Denmark, 4-7 (4-8), 4-4, 4-4 Brett Steven (11), New Zealand, def. Luk Smith, Australia, 7-4 (7-1), 4-2. Michael Chang (1), Henderson, Nev., def. Michael Joyce, Los Angeles, 4-4, 4-1, 4-2. Doublet Second Round Scott Davis, Newport Beach, Calif., and Kelly Jones, San Diego (4), def. Macut Hllpert, Germany, and David Nalnkln, South Africa, 3-4, 4-3, 4-4. Geoff Grant, Watertown, Mass., and Mark Merkleln, Gainesville, Fla., def. Mahesh Bhupathi, India, and Tommy Ho, Winter Haven, Fla, 4-7 (2-7), 4-4, 4-4 Neville Godwin, South Africa, and Fernon Wlbler, Netherlands (7), def. David Dllucia, Norristown, Pa., and Bryan Shelton, Atlanta, 7-4 (7-3), 0-4, 4-3. Scott Draper and Jason Sloltenberg, Australia, def. Bob Bryan and Mike Bryan, Camarlllo, Cain., 4-4, 4-3, 4-3 Luk Jensen and Murphy Jensen, Atlanta (3), def. Doug Flach, Alpharelta, Ga., and Chris Woodruff, Knoxville, Tnn, 7-5, t-t TJ. MkJdWon, Atlanta, and Sargls Sargsian, Armenia, def. Slav Campbell. Detroit, and Gabor Koves, Hungary, 7-4 (9-7), 4-4 Palermo WTA PALERMO, Sicily (AP) - Results Thursday of th 1163,000 Palermo WTA tournament: Singles joeni Round Barbara Paulus (1), Austria, def. Sandr Cccnmi, Italy, 6-1, 4-4 Ektna Makarova, Russia, def. Floren-da Laoel (4), Argentina, 4-2, 4-4, 4-1. Barbara Schett (3), Austria, def. Noelle yen Loltum, Franc, 4-1, 4-1 Inn Gorrochategul, Argentina, def. Petr Begerow, Germony, 2-4, 4-4, 4-1. Emmanueiie Gagliardl, Switzerland, def. Angelica Gavaidon, Mexico, 4-2, 4-1. Sendrmo Teslud, France, del. Laura Garron, Italy, 1-4, 4-4, 4-2. Jury 27-2HI stage Dlsnevland-Parls-Champt Elvss, 994. Tour of the Rockies STEAMBOAT SPRINGS, Colo. (AP). 1 Results Thursday from the Inaugural ' Lincoln Navigator Tour of the Rockies ' ' 22W-mlle Burgess Creek Cross Country ' first-stage blcvcle rac, with rldr, coutr', try, team, and winner's time: Mm 1, Michael Rasmussen, Denmark" Trek-Volkswagen, 1 hour, 24 minutes,. 9 seconds. , 2, Jerome Chiottl, Franc, GT Bicyj ' cles, 39 seconds behind. - 3, Carl Swenson, Boulder, Colo., Pro-Flex, 1:41. 4, Rishi Grewal, Carbondakt, Cdo, -Klein, 230 - 5, Pavel Tcherkassov, Italy, Diamond-back-Tlssol, 230. ' 4, Andres Brenes, Costa Rica, Teem Rllchey, 2:48. 7, Hubert Pallhuber, Italy, Diamond1 back-Tlssol, 3:08. 8, Bryan Miller, Tellurlde, Colo., Teem Moots, 3:25. 9, Daryl Price, Sanla Cruz, CaBfJ Trek-Volkswagen, 4:25. . 10, Travis Brown, Durango, Colo., Trek-Volkswagen, 4:30. ,1 1, Ruthie Mallhes, Durango, Coio Powerbar, 12:18. 2, Tammy Jacques, Carbondale, Cakw Schwinn-Toyola, 15 seconds behind, v 3, Beth Coats, Breckenridg, Cokv Shimano, 41 seconds behind. r 4, Lesley Tomlinson, Canada, Kone, 121. 5, Alison Dunlap, Colorado Springs, Colo., GT Bicycles, 4:19. 6, Christina Redden, Canada," Team'" Ritchey, 5.05 " 7, Kim Smith, Colorado Springs',' Cote., Moots, 5:49. t 8, Elisabeth Bucy, Boulder, Colo.. Ibis-Geax, 5A1 9, Mary Grigson, Australia, Austrjlia. National Team, 637. 10, Gretchen Reeves, Vail, Colo., TeanV TWP, 438. s,,. 1 Mercedes Cup; J ? STUTTGART, Germany (APt'-! Results Thursday of the $1.04 million Mercedes Cup clay-court tournament;,, Singlet ... Third Round ' . Sergl Bruguera (4), Spain, def. Wavn Ferreira (14), South Africa, 1-4, 4-3, 7-5.-' Albert Costa (9), Spain, def. Boris Becker (7), Germany, walkover. -: Felix Mantilla (10), Spain, del. Gustavo Kuerten (8), Brazil, 4-1, retireoV- Alberto Berasategul (12), Spain, x Gak) Blanco, Spain, 7-5, 7-5. -- Karol Kucera, Slovakia, def. Mairxkt Rkn (5), Chile, 4-4, 4-4 " - Alex Corrella (3), Spain, def. Magnut Larsson, Sweden, 7-4 (7-4), 4-4 Albert Portas, Spain, def. Hefharr Gumy, Argentina, 3-4, 6-2, 7-S - Yevgeny Kafelnikov (2), Russia del. Francisco Clavt, Spain, 4-4, 4-3, 4-2., Czech Open PRAGUE, Czech Republic (APT- Results Thursday of the 1 140,000 Czech Open ladies' day-court tennis tourm- Second Round . ., Denlsa Chladkova (5), Czech Republic, def. Radka Bobkova, Czech Republic, 7-4' (7-5), 4-4 Ludmlla Rlchterova, Czech Reaublic.-def. Ruxandra Dragomlr (2), Rwranla, 7-4(11-91,4-4 Joonette Kruger, South Atrlcw, def: Nina Louarsabishvill, Georgia, 4-2, 5-7; 4-4 ' ' ' Alex Decheume-Balleret, France, def Brenda Schuitz-McCarthy (1), Nether lands, 3-4, 4-2, 4-1. ' r Veronlka Martmek, Germany, del. WWrud Probst, Germany, 4-0, 4-2.. , A&P Classic - MAHWAH, NJ. (AP) - Result Thursday of the AtP Tennis Clastic it th Crossroads Corporal Center: Singles Scand Round Ann Grossman, Grove City, Ohio,' del Stephanie Nickltas, GalnsvtlK, Fla.,. 4-0. 7-4 (7-3). Elena Ukhovtseva, Moscow, Rutsi,- def. Ginger Heigeson Neiiten, Aiern, Calif., 3-4, 4-2, 4-4 1 Angelo Lettiere, Vero Beach, Fla, def. Tami Whillinger-Jones, Neenah, Wis., 4-3, rut. Monica Setet, Sarasota, Fla. def. Ttrry Ann Zawecki, Union, NJ. 4-1, 4-1.- -Doublet ' First Round Katie SchkjktWr, Kawmezoo, Mich, and Stephani Nickitat, Gainsvlu. Fla. def. Vaida Lake, New York and Louts Fleming, Los Angeles, 7-4 (7-4), 7-4 17-5). Ann Grossnn, Grove City, f!o nd Tami Jones-tv.Wilnger, Neenah, Wis. def. Maggie MaWeva, Bulgaria and Bonme Bieecker, Gainsvill, Fla., 4-4, 3-4, 4-1. j' BIg Apple Classic NfSvY ROCHELLE, NY. (AP) -Score! vlth relation to par Thursday attef the ftrsl round of the 8750,000 JAL Big 'Apaw Classic, played on the 4,141-yerds, par .35-34-71 Wykagyl Country McWo Redman 30-34-44-7 CindV Schrever 35-31-64-5 KarrteWehB 35-31-64-5 Helen Attredsson 32-34-46-5 Mass Will-Halpln 33-34-47-4 HoUlsSmcv 34-34-48-3 Barb Mticha 33-35-68 -3 Mitsie McGeorj " 34-34-48-3 Chrfc Journal 34-34-48 -3 Amy Benz 34-34-48 -3 Eva Dsn ?!"5"1!'J Terry-jo Myers J-35-69-J Sally Ui 34-35-49-2 Rosle Jones 34-35-49-2 Tina Barrett 35-34-49-2 Julie Pvt.- 33-34-M-2 Rachel Hetnerlngton 33-36-49 -2 Dine Ammaccapen 35-3469 -2 Susie Redman 35-35-70-1 Carotin Pierce 3';!2"! Betsy King 3$112" Laurel Keaft , 32-38-70-1 JuHlnkiter 2S"2i2! Cindy Fiyg-Currkr Hi?.-"! Vlcni fergon 37-33-70-1 KimSaiki. - 34-34-70- Catrtn NilsmnX 35-35-70-1 Caihv Mockett 34-34-70-1 Bare Whitehead 35-34-71 6 Meg MaWn 34-37-71 E Hiromi Kobeveshl 33-38-71 E Cathv Johnston-Fort) 34-37-71 6 Allison Finney 34-37-71 E Laura Davles 37-34-71 E Danielle Ammeccapan 37-3471 E Annlk Sorattam 32-39-71 E Lisa Klggens 33-38-71 E UrtoKan 35-34-71 E Craig LkKM 35-34-71

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