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Poughkeepsie Journal from Poughkeepsie, New York • Page 16

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HORSE RAtflNg' 16 Poughkeepsid Journal Soturdoy, Pembf 8, 19S4 Yonkrs ontrlos Al itfwMnm (. Ces I tl Hrrt BatcthA IN ilhsl I CI Stewmen (0 Dante) 3 i Ol tunrnt Colvmbm ID ni EiPoreettuttfetia i pwo 1 1 i Mi Norm trvwuh i Pa) 1 1 Of iKhf Brat (C AttJtwiiei Hill Kesh CMnr I Me shi IMJOi 1 Pec. I HMt.l.M 1 Cffwal Partr (0 imam) In 1 Bl EiechiH thy Deueate 1 1 MI Cl Awe, Killeen (no Driver! 1 0 Peelry Man IC 1 1 1 Busty AhM (W CAsel Hill fC Precious Go (J Merohn: 4 Ml Of Churft Turwr riveM i Ht OwaMr AtwaNirtf IM fori: CL.m I'tOOO. Pact. I At Claudius tj Dortyl i ISlme (i Marohif I Urm Lorett (No Dr'ver 1 MJ CM WkwMM Victory (Na Drive) 7 El Boon fawner (J DAup'eis.

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ivo at in i DanvST SenutmlSnq Ml HopeCii 'M P'etipwlMt l' jmvMSiri TT9 Caunwe VrfrOlf 101 FrftfsLndnf ti) ha' veBeath Ftr1Srta Vf TeWVf l'l AMifwaftit l'l Mtme aBnipAndGr HI Tr avi "1 a Caused rn rs.000 added, IVO lamt. OvA'tnijr llf 0tMSon Ut ClinHfnnq ll PieMwledy DunA S'yi "I Rtbwt III tatAftvnir9 lit Krturtontiifl 1l taSffP launrSM 1U LtknG'ff I'l t' illoVood II' A'lifmanct HI 000. CJ, 10. If Vene'tt DoniBeHmLt tir hjuScaiBrdO 1 01 G'ltolBird (hariimo HI location HI WySon.1nre 'J InSqMOIStri 111 RockAiiH'Qll DancinqHalv tl Mt.nwt 101 Siarlopk HI iWrfCOve Journal picks Aqueduct selections Hoflywaod Htndrion. Fail As The Breera.

Lal Turn Ij Snakmalyar, Miatilv Nasty, 'lave To im A Rounder, Special Lneaga. S'on A Manner, Radiant Gem, Ins Darlm OpttmM Girl, Give Me A Hmf, Sweet Innoranca. a ftecaoniitd. El B'KO. Clever Champ Xmmys Girl, Hop Chest.

Damask $. I Willowy Mood. Queen Atiander. luctoa't Jtil Dantmg Naftve. VeneHi, In Sight Of Star.

4 Bast Bat Wtllewy Mood Monticello selections Skyscraper Direct Chance Shorty Eiprest a Whi Vaiantlna Palram Philosophy Marty Karamelovcriand Champ Mr VI Time Californi ShystarCahnt Cot lv Majority 1lo6 Knlghl Frannet BuT at 4 Shjneoatt Gambii Waystatlon W.lt.e Grand ChK Hero S.mjrt Inveitment Entree I Candy at or Merry Odd CIJifiTown snip Bandit Bab Gel Mxjh For Keeps Suture lo Conlucus Therapuiic Aaent Sweetest Meiody )t Jolly ArrrRivonaheln Ion Best Bet tOth Confuous Yonkers selections i Sunrise Co'umbu. Herbarft Bacchus. Jolly Norm Kevonh I Aiert ttiiiean, Eiechias, General Part ner 'Woun'aT Imp. Islamic. Winning VC tory Reify Horion.

Supreme Jade. Lakewood Oihorne The Ledger, Remarkati. Tiger Alma nu'St lan Hanover. E. Racer, Hooslar Hot sW Hanover Knight.

Saor George, Antt lena Trusty Star. Mannar! Overdrive. Setlson Remrit fcnergise, Tai Credit. Mr EKort lo infer Chase. Oummys Delight, Handshake Best BeVBca Morton Yonkers results i tar i M.k aAi I as (IRoundCracterstAWttll tairall FSunenChatriOautlas) I al a A I Brennart fCarmier) I af Time 1 17) tier a llll i 1 Pare, Mile It em Oft I Ships iron rCawl A 1 Some Shoo (Fanet IM I Bacchus I obeli (frebVtr) al Tim INI tiacta tttPa Daily Doubt: I) Pad al ni Pare I Mile tt HA.

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Par. 1 Mil t'l M. Ott II a ft" Hanover (Shaill IM 1 The Gme dam (Dewtscht I Beniys Profit (Deonev') Time INI Ttatia: tit) Pe dl' IM Trt larilPaI'MM lB Pare. 1 Mile t'l Mf. Off: It.

MterttwrouSleal TgrHI 11 IM 0 4 Memorable Oecasi (Marehn) I Bf Oerrymert (Flltonl I Ttma.lMa tiacta (li)PatfiM fB 1 PACE, MtLC.S'0 40, Oft: Jt A DrtvMf. Osborne (Case) INJMIM I Br bye Park (Rcal 1 Mac Ore (Da gneetHt) I Time: I Ml Esacte It I) PatdWM Daily Dovbw II II Paid Pic picked I at land retetved 114 Carryover Pool lit.MAM Clmo. Pace 1 Mite.li.im Oft: IT II. I RcMWlncaiPttrsAl I 4 I A I Bedmmser (0agneaunt 4 4 Errpl (lac hence) Time I Ml Etac'a tlllPaitflUM Triple (II II Pa4ilt.M Attendanre l.ts Handle 1.1134 OTBHandw t.tU.til Aquoduct rotultt Weather Clear, trace. Fast.

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Macha'sNa iCorderat II 7 (ecred Motion (Macbeth) 4M 1 10 Chattermg Chan (Be iey) (na. Crowning Chapter. River Oem fcvseki tact II H) paM 44, Hh sM an. itovp. at.

Ptatrnvfi Poster (Migiiare) 71 tJM IM Skipper Anaet IVetasauail JM IM Hidden Pom! Vnfi( I Ori It Ttmel tl ScrachaaVFantM. Ayept Maw. Adrondetk Mias, BeM Pat aoa. Eiacia uoi pe lu' w. anw 17 aa.

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Second Net tea. Euct 114) pad M. tt M. tt man ira ll Mmt. Cap A Ptea (Carderol 4M IM Gallant Rah (Hernendii) 4M EtParadar (Mapif) IN Oft II.

Time 1 4TI 1 Scratched aa Ona. Star Of The Game, Park ten. Be rrmce. tenotioeewetmit. ury uouoe till eaid SU M.

Cemalatiaw Daubta llll aaid M. Tr le (11 paid 131 M. ABenoanca M. Hand Uftl.aU. Sarataaa: A Men.

dene Is. Hand Ulna, rngar Lakes: AHeneenre 141 Handle tMITftTotel Han. die IUMJM. 0TB Handt IXlttJM. Montlcollo ontriot tst pace UOO0.Clffl.Alw.

HIM Buddy DiRattil 41 4 1 I RM 4 on Romper (Rodrlgveil Jl JSftysaeperfWotciot 144 4 Direct Chancel Repkel IH Ramn BhreeohtMacadoniol 11 tl SrwrtyEtpresslGrec) 1IMI lyngei LeiBowin 1 1 1 I Rus'y ScattiBKcwml Jnd paca.Cl I'M Philosophy! Strom) Mfl 1 Kenmarou Zoat Vanoti) 111 I PatramlOritetane) 444 al llyniey BelielHorner) il Ml I wVata Vaientinel lerinot 4 Moyestet Lau! Parker, Jr) 114 11 Meadow AbbelBerchil. )W IM I Keiiyhxk MaiarityiRepko) 41 jra pace iw I (overland Champ I Phillips) 41 4 41 I Earth Llte(Mecedonw) 411 1 1 Mr A A AiPerker. Jr. 1IIH i Marty KaremeelGrecol 14 1 1 ILiflia Souaw(Reeka) I Bye Bye PaplMoshar) 1 1 1 Red FeverlRandalll I I 1 14 1 I Es Harryjtvtman) I I Napoleons DresslMosherl 1 1 am pace.it' w.or. j.rm, i loa I Cei ne CallinsiRapka) 1 14 I 1 Anrne BootslOfienoiei) 4MH I Mr Arthur Harrison I at Ml 4 Fast learner! Guar m.

Jf I 144 41 I California Shyster iCertuccM) 14 1 1 Bg i etateruitone IVifeTimel Randall) XXX IM llll I I Nobl Memory(Shjbits) 111 14) Ith pace IMW.Clm, Alw. 11)00 1 Bob KniehifFiorinol 141 1 Iva Maiarlty(Mosher) 41 1 11 Armstrong Hanover (Mosher) 1 1 1 I 4MerkellSa el 41111 I Ferrel HanevertDtlenaiell 1 11 11 Frenne BulktRarli 1 44 41 1 Another KiwMGrocel ill I Happy HonrnkalZttonel 1 1 I 1 trot.ClclHdcp., H0 Grayfriars Jock I Kay) 1 1 It Ailwoods Memory Santaramol IM 41 JCounttyrktlParfcer. Jr 1H 4Teas RibbfFemginel JM4I IK.rens CoiieentWasiiwkl 4 1 I Stanegatt Gambit) Peart 1)1)1 1 Grand ChkcalMoaher) 111 1 1 Ways at ion WiliiefDtwngiet) 1 11 11 rthpaceuooeCim.Aiw. UM 1 Smart InvastmantiRattl) III It JEntraalBisaccta) 1111 HondMPremiMl Repkel 14111 4 Coneuortno Herat Macedonia? (4111 IPraciovl TarrvlMccauley. M) 411 II rrwrw mniinnmi 1 HilhaM Hennl Masher 1 I Smii jck(Redriouai 1111 4MII ff Ml Silent OnetPhillipsV SUtl emeece una 1 Transit BhrpWesninoiQfl) 14 It ICandy Factory! Vexl I 11 1 11 1 Yankee DomolGuarme.

IM 11 4Law AimahurstiParkar, Jrt 1 11 IPtnta LebelllHan) 1 11 11 Merry God 0 I ms( Bradbury) 441 I TewnsMp BendittVlHernwrii 11J4I BStorm Prahide(Oarlto) II 12 I tm pece Cl ItJOB 1 Baby Grt HiettlVakml 1 1 I Cone Lee Empress (Sartor amp) 11441 IBrenCerrfenitViWesilwkl 1 4 Michael BhwIMotnor) 111 II ISuhxel Mother 114 41 lArmbra Wheelar tWuncstrlkh) 414 II I For KoepslFerrierp) 2 4 4 1 lAI(ShgHlalDlienq) 41 411 10m paca.Cl. tleM I Prmcea Farfc(bebov(fi) 41411 ThweputK Agent! Vanoti) 21112 JConfucivSlJ Bcwm) 12411 Pacer SonfMaeedoniel 41411 ISweetest MatedylMarton. Jr 414 41 lEarhfZIVakm) 41111 1 Precious Ruby (Randall) 111 1 IFast Napotaan(Wathmgtoji1 41 1 II Eleventh pace HMO Cs Skipever! Washington) 144 It IMrGibbartiRichardson) 414 41 Jolly Ami Revorh( Mosher) I I I It Lane EaglalRandall) I I I It IMeKtfSMrtBerchil 11 1 II IMicMana HaH(Greca) JM Ml Up The MiMla(RodrWvt) 11 1 41 IOfamaBay(Bradbwryl 11 It Fetes AvntParker. Jr) I I I SCHOOLBOARD Boys' basketball Roosevelt AF, Lourdwt 41 ROOSEVELT 4 Hevm Buggy 1 1 10 14. Dan Duffy 0 1 a.

Sieve Ingram 1 1 la. Tim Lay 1 1 4 4. James 'ffttmen 4 1 1 10. Dave Plass ill II. George Swarm 1 1 1 4, Pat Vertuito 0 001.

Totals. 21 41. LOURDES (41) Matt Gardner 1 1 1 4. Joe Mc Donouoh 0 1 M. Joe Scheb llll.

Howi Stout 10 1 4 13, LiAe McKea llll. Pete Skelly llll, Phil HaydenMO. Kimathl Arnold 1 14, J. Moloney llll. Totals.

I Levrdes tltltaS ll RoMevett 11 23 II 41 Roosevelt: 1 1. Lourdes II. Dover 41, Rye Neck, 47 DOVER (all Mark CalUhan 1 1 2 II. Sean Carlson 1 1 V. Desheun Allen 11)4, Bebop Cropiay 1 la.

Renma Abrams 1 41 JO. Rod Meyette I It. Greg Oanials 1 1 I. Totals Jt II RYE NECK (41) Ryan Scheenfeld II I II. Charles Mceb.ly 4 11 IX Ken Tucker SI 111.

Eugene Sentim tilt Mark Brown 1113. Paul Sidemen I 21 2. Davtd Gerard lilt Mike Quaglwili 1114. Totals if 24 47. Dover 23 14 1 Neck I 14 )2 4'Dover: II.

Rye Neck 1 1 Roscoe 72. FaMsborg 43 roscoc ini Loufarraoherllllll Rusty Pomaroy I 41M.JaHMeoia40lltP.J Pomaroy III 2. Rasa llll. Totals. Jl Ml 12 FALISBURG 101 Chris Gamble Jill, Anthony Grimes 1 1 12.

Robbie Fare llll. Marcus Jordan I It. Clarence Smalls Wall. Andy Evans I IJ, Vance Trade 1 I I 1. Totals I II al.

Rascae 113111 13 Failstwrg Mil 12 el Failsburg 1 RoKoe: 14. EdgerncMil SS, Rhine beck it EOGCMONT U) Ptul Crauil 2 14 Todd Stanley 2 44 10. Dave Leukoon Stilt. Larry Roth 11. Phd Canen I 4 I a.

Rob Kelly I 4. Mark Kaarmer llll. Total 14 1 41 U. RHINEBECK mt Rob Han II 44 M. Jim Ouackanbush II M.

Tarn Wackessar I I J. Dave leery 1 1 1 Jerl Brwkman 1 4 1, Rob Jenhowski I 111, LashM Lewis 1112. TeeH 23 1 11 12. Eeotmenf I21S1J1I Rvnebeck llll 11 12 RhMebacfe: 41; Edoemenl; II. HIGHLAND TOURNEY Highland 44.

NY AAA HIGHLANO IM) Pawl Crimi 1 12 M. Matt Freti 1 1 II. Tray Barrmgion 2 1 1 a. Wayne Henry 211 a. James Cwppe 111 John Brenma 4 1 1 Andy Keenig Mil Tpi: I1U M.

NVMA 114) Akta Mamma 4 M. Spencer Tunkk 4 II. Er Phillips 2. Paul JenMnot 1 1 1 Wildam Vaas 1 41 J. Bob Gwiiarrw 1 Teaia 1 la NVMA Mil II is Highland UMMM Holland 11 NVMA 14 Tuck a hoe 53.

Wtbufuck, 47 WEBUTUCK ufl k.e Voodv 4 0 1 1. Gary Burke 11 1 II, Jrome Prer 1 1 J. Ted Moody 1 12 Siee Wa I 00 Ii Greg Baboatt 3 2 3 Ani.o Pr lit. Totals. Ml 47.

TUCKAHOE IU) Athony Rcbnson I 11, Rob Gofti til tl Chns Car den Herman Harper 1 1, Phil vembrieii 0 1 4 J. Totals 23 14 14 Webuhxk II 1 12 41 luckeN 11 14 IJ II S3 Tutka MW l0.Webuhxk: l. Liberty afl. Jeff.Yourtgsvrll) 4S LiBERTv (4i Andy Bloom 100 4 Roy Moor 141 14, C'a9 DuH 16 01. Shorty Pmto 1044, Earl PkM" 4 0 0 1 Gary Moore I I I 1 totals 23 1 '0 4l JEFF VOUNGSVILLE (431 Tint ko 2 0)4.

John Oanchak llll AnnDanchak 400l. Slave Gilsonlll 3. Rhard Scrmidt 4 Totals. IB 9 23 41 Jeft Voungsvilla 1 12 12 IJ 41 Liberty II I II I 41 twft 10 Jeff Younqsvili. 41.

Dobb Ferry SB. Haldane 57 DOBBS FERRV (III Minchmo 0 1 II. Bruce Pwrpont 0 BHi0nnll4.RobRobernf4ll, 1 1 i. Alan Streub IJ a II Jt 'o'(itlllM HAlDANE tut Chr.sKieterlll.Pete Carufe42 4M. John VipuliS 1 1 1 IX Jim Rockett Pet Egen lit 0 4, Perry Mac key toil.

Totals 23 Dobbs Ferry 12 14 14 II Haldane 1111111 1 Hedenet Debts ferry 14. Bronaville 41, Pawling 34 PAWLING IM' Giggey till. Matt Lack 1414. Brian Martens I Scott Olson 1 44 Omar Robmson II IX Pat Starry he 'h Vaddau llll. Totals II 14 1.

6R0NXVIUE 11) Dempsey 4 I 1 1, Wingert 4 1 1 Prtore 1IU Scmi'ij 1 IX Smith III. SlirMl I IX Torres 1 1 1. Ellis 1 1 1 Elkma 1 44 1 Casta lOOt Mills 1 0 Harrington I I Harder! 1 14 J. ToWl Jl 4 tl l. Pawling 12 I I Broniviile 14 1412 21 41 Pawling 1 1 Brenavill 14.

Beacon 47, Valley Central 40 BEACON (al) Mike Smith 4 1 1 It Jeft Cotton Brent Roscoalll IX Ryan Eaton 41 Keith Maione 1 1 4 14. Tracy Varaen 141 Kev MonteiHi I 4 XTroy Seam MIX Kim Ma WW lilt M.ka McCouilough 1 2 2 Tata's 11 Mai VALLEY CENTRAL (Ml Mckenne II I Greenl3li Filigerald llll. Tronconeisa II. Moreeu I III. Vorfe 14 4 4.

LWeet 1121. Packer 1 1 1 Adams 1 1 1 1 1 1 DiMrta IJXFanninga2. I0l'l 14 I Jl a Beacon 21111111 47 Valley Central I II I beacon 10 Valley Central Schedule i Saturday Conference boys basketball Rhinecwtk at Cretan. 1 JO at. Irvmgiojiel M.iibrau Vamaiia Daver Haidane at rencscen PkteMMviiie i PeiM BnarciiH at Webulucfc Nan ksagua bays' basktaH Ptuohfceapsie vs NeOuran pi Ovkhas Communiiy College Jam 1 PntBushetEItenviTiclJlam Highland Boy Varsity lener ChM Tawrwamant Cansaiain fame.

Rod Hoot vs. NVMA 4 Mpm. ChampianshM fame. Highland vs. Wall XiH.

I Prep school bay' baskatbail Oak wood echeoi a George School invitational (Tniiadciph 1 Cempf. girls' baUuHball i 'oonatUhinebecK. 710pm. Crpok at Irviiglp 4' Vamalia rranf Hatdanp Nop waque girls' basketball re Tn aiwy Tournemertf M4 Huoun HS Club Hockey Laaoue roa1 RoyC e'lham Caw ter I Roostvc'ivs Ariiigtoa at Civic Cntr, Prap school i(t knkey TrjM, Avon School in Hart byd. lone Sunday sea HS Club Hockey Laaeua vs Saackenkitt at Cn tenter, Prep school ke hex key "NW iPene at TfHuty FeeMine, I Girls' basketball I MIL Jill KwlwrlaM I I I I Mr, Sullivi 1 1, 1.

Pally dFintlM ihttry Myli. 4 I. Lonr Ouprtf 1 1 1 Pan, JaMixn 11,1 Olana (tour 14 il. Nalal Haarylu, 11,1. TMIl: a Ml PINE BUSH mi SMugMmIIII.J MtHuglilMI.

Cuul.IHI.IC. II HwnllllJ mula II I Totals: Ukt BMaul: II. Pna tinli: l. Lourd St, Arlington 2S ARLINGTON IBI UixioilMVC CimailtllC Om 1 1 1 1 Taylor all, Arnmwl 1 1 1. WcCana HUM.

txM till. Talali II LOURDES mi Lna Ivil. 'llll Warganl Wkrlll I Kari Dwmi a a Am Man. WcLoofhliMllafc Karn Lftjnibury 1114, Myhn, RM I I 11 ThirtU Molllgan 111 Tdan II LftjroM 1 1. ArlKwjioii A I.

Hasllnot At, Mlllbreok 21 HASTINGS ll Raclwl Hurton 1 1 4L Dem. Burk. 1 LiMt.lllLBaiOrwnll.4 11, Si Pvre, 1 Ml II. Jchw Nwmiha II II. Nora Canfcn llll.

GKU uiki I Al I. Laur lam. 1 1 1 1 1. HNa Ma I 1 Toalf IT II MILLBROOK 111) P.ii, I Al 1. ChrW Urn I I I I.

So. Parlll III. Holly Accaf 114 1. Dm Ba 1 1 4 A Jam LatMrl I AA I. Sara Vajf AA A.

Laura Aiaa A AA A. Joyc. Murray I Al A K.rrai. CvdtMl I AA I. kawa Murray 1 14 A Kali.

Arw 1 11 A Paaa I I I IM GmiUrg I I I Toifi i ii jt lialW 1 1 Mlllbrcit I I. King item so, Marlboro A4 KINGSTON DAI D.w walvma. I AM II. Sum TaymM I I A A BHi ParpHu. I AA i.

Dorvi. otn 9 II 11 Joanne SwtAlllIl. RoAHl PinI I A I A Nor A Plamr I II I lOIAH II All MARLBORO (4AI Nichy MalWI. 4111. Natali.

CvMII I I I I ClwJy Coaoar AAA Twny MohmM a 1 1 II. Lna Maita4IA a ,1 II Dim Har nraj 4 1 1 11 Ranw Cw 1 AA A Mary Am Carilram I All T4 II IAIA 41 mm ii it i st AWW. IIIIAIA 4A AcriKi. I A MarAjor. 1 1.

PoughkAtpth) AT. NFA A3 POUGHAllPSlE (ATI Iva. TucAar 1 1 1 1 JvIK Urtl I At IM) Jactiori ,111, laiMI Ankrim I 111 Vanataa GmaHc 1 1 4 1 AHnan Anar im I I I II kM 1 I I A AWIam. Lt A tl 11 MartiA Craao I 14. Talft II IMI AT.

NEAJBURGH (all Monioa Jackuo I II 1 Tlflany Hill 1 A I A Ga PrauacA I At A Ckawk. ManA A 1 A II Jantma HiN I AM 1 Erie. Robam 1 I a 1 Gam u.a nil jtn tAanm I III Imallt Mil II a PouaMaooM II Mla la A lnXuroti II A 111 41 PauArlorpal. 1 1 NaW: tl. Pin PUInt AS, Colajnwn 21 PINE PLAINS 14)1 Alan Duncan 1 A I A JA 1 1 1 1 ra Goto.

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in the opening game of the Hatter Classic at Stetson. Furjanic's technical cost Maris! a potential four points. It began with about five minutes played in the second half, and Stetson leading. 34 30. Stetson's Tim Shuler tied up Maris! guard Bruce Johnson in a jump ball.

The referee awarded the ball to Stetson under the alternate possession rule. Furjanic was instantly on his feet and protesting. He knew it was Marist's turn to take possession. "I was right on that." Furjanic said. "The official scoer should have notified the officials that it was our possession." Furjanic was later vindicated, but it was too late.

He was out of the coaches' box, the 28 foot area coaches are confined to. The referee warned him once, then gave' him a technical. Stetson's Jorge Fernandei sank both free throws and Stetson took control, a potential differential of four points. Meanwhile, the referee agreed the MARIST NOTEBOOK ball had been mistakenly given to Stetson In the first place. "If I'm right, why ant I getting a technhieal?" Furjanic said.

"I hate that coaches' box," Furjanic said later, with no apologies. "I was right on that call. They should have changed it after the technical." Furjanic may have been right, but in the end. his team lost. The team Maris! plays today.

Delaware Slate, fought back from 10 point deficit to nearly take the game away from" East Tennessee Stale, which hung on, 63 60. Delaware actually led at halftime by two points. But Tennessee swept past Delaware early In the second half and built a IJ point lead. Delaware fought its way back, but Wes Sfalings hit four free throws down the Stretch to Ice It for Cast Tennessee. Stallings shot tor from the line for the game, Dominic Snowden! 16 points pacad Delaware.

Stallings scored' 14 points for Tennessee and James Tandy had 13. Marist forward Steve Eggink, the team's top scorer, missed Friday night's game and will not play tonight. Eggink, who came down with an Intestinal virus on Thursday, had spent Thursday night In th hospital and was released about noon on Friday. Eggink was still too weak and dehydrated to play, however. He had been fed intravenously In the hospital because his condition was to severe.

Furjanic wouldn't speculate on how many ether games Eggink might miss. The virus which knocked Eggink out apparently ha been going through the rest of the team. Rlk Smlts had a touch of the same thing on Thursday. He recovered enough on Friday to eat. and practiced with the team Friday.

Furjanic played Smits Friday night for a few minutes. Tim Murphy, the sophomore walk on, became the third member of the Marist team to become III on Friday. He missed meals and practice on Friday, but said he was recovering. Furjanic and East Tennessee Slate coach Barry Dowd are good friends, thanks to their association with Nike sporting goods. A matchup today between the two would have been entertaining.

Delaware State" coach Joe Dean Davidson is in hit second year at Delaware. Stetson coach Glenn Wilkes Is the senior member of the quartet with 2T yeart and 411 victories behind him. Fernandez's foul shots sink Foxes Continued from page 13 numbers. "It's a lot harder to play a man defense with Just seven guys." Furjanic said. The Marist coach also had his trouble with the referees, and was called for his first technical foul of the season when he left the coaches' box while protesting what turned out to be an incorrect call by the officials on team control jump ball.

Taylor refused to take that, or any of the other calls, as an excuse. "Nobody cost us the game." Taylor said. "We cost us the game. We broke down there in the first half for four minutes. We have to play 40 minutes, not 10 minutes." "Everybody out there gets tired, and everybody looks for somebody else to carry the load," Shamley said.

Trouble was, there wasn't anybody else. Marist blew an ll point lead In the first half and let Stetson catch up and tied, 26 26, at halftime. Marist got Itself down early in the second half, but took control again when Shamley tipped In Taylor's foil wup and Davis stole Stetson's Inbound pass and laid It in to give Marist a 40 38 lead. With Shamley pumping in 10 foot Jumpers, Marist Increased its lead to six points, 50 44, with six minutes to play. But then it became evident the Red Foxes were tiring.

With Stetson's Barry Sullivan rebounding and Fernandez's and Daniels' shooting. Stetson tied it at 52 52. Marist could have taken the lead, but Smits and Alain Forestier both missed the front ends of one and one free throws. Stetson grabbed the lead again, 56 55. on a 25 foot Jump thot by Tony Hemphill with three mlnutet to play.

Working the ball patiently, Marist took a lead again on a followup by Shamley. 57 56. Hemphill then missed the second of two free throws and Marist had a chance to break the tie with a minute left. A past from Johnson to Taylor went Into the hands of Hemphill, setting up Stetson's last run. "They were doubleteamlng me.

and the guy In front retched In back of me and grabbed the ball." Taylor said of his last chance. The Stetson game Is behind the Red Foxes now. But Florida Isn't Taylor vows they will not return from the Sundhine State empt handed. "I'm not going home with two losses," Taylor said. "It't at simple as that." Ballesteros, Whitworth lead in $1AA Sun City Challenge SUN CITY.

South Africa (AP) Severiano Ballesteros of Spain forged a two stroke lead In the men's competition after 36 holes Friday and Kathy Whitworth led the women's field with a whopping 10 stroke advantage at the halfway point of the Sun City Million Dollar Coif Challenge. Ballesteros, the defending champion, shot a steady 71 for a 36 hole total of 140 and was ahead of Britain's Nick Faldo. who had a 72 for a 142 in the race for the 6300.000 first prize. In the women's challenge, Whitworth surged to her commanding lead with a 69 for a 141 total. Donna Capon! was at 131 after a round of 75.

Beth Daniel was next at 152 after a 73. Sally Little was at 133 following a second round 77 and Laura Cole was last at 154 after a 78 in the all Ameri GOLF can field. Four strokes back in third place In the men's competition was Australian Greg Norman, who shot a 70 for 144. Japan's Isao Aokl rallied from an opening 76 for a 69. the best of the day in the 10 man field.

Kratxort Moraa laod Ponnwy LARGO, Fla. Bill KraUert did the work with his consistent iron play and Cathy Morse took the glory by dropping the putts as they combined for an eight under par 64 to grab the lead in the J.C. Penney Mixed Team Golf Classic. The Morse KraUert team has a three stroke margin at 10 under 134 after two rounds. The teams of Craig Stadler Lori Garbacz.Tim Norris Sandra Palmer and Larry Mile Martha Nause are deadlocked at 137.

Norrlt and Palmer made up the most ground Friday, firing 66. Mlze and Nause had a 67, while Stadler and Oarbacz shot a (9. Thctnuctn pocoe PGA BAMilora PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. Peter Thornton' streak of eight straight sub par rounds ended, but hit 1 over par 73 was good enough to maintain the lead In the PGA Seniors Championship at PGA National Oolf Club. Thomson, a 55 year old Australian, is at four under par 140 through two rounds of the season ending tournament, giving him a three stroke lead over Bob Toski.

Toski. who fired a second round 73. was alone In second at 143, while Orville Moody't tolid round moved him into a third place tl with Art Wall at 147. Wall turned in a 71 Friday. Henderson deadline is extended h.l Sou aCobanAitl IHIalHOrWI A am Saiani TCanaaa IPalAnal Continued from page 13 more Orioles, who are trying to rebuild their offense.

And the New York Yankees still were negotiating with Oakland A's outfielder Rickey Henderson and his agent. Richie Bry. on a contract that could consummate a seven player deal between the two clubs. Since the meetings began on Monday, there have been nine transac I. Uons involving 22 major league players.

Sutter, Trout and Lacy brought to five the number of free agents signed during the meetings. Henderson, who set a major league record with 130 stolen bases in 1982. arrived in Houston Thursday night but did not intend to take part in contract talks. "I'm nervous, I don't know what's in my future, what will happen to me," liendersontaid. "I just want to get it over with.

I want to know who I'm with and just go out and play the game." The Yankees and Oakland made the trade on Wednesday, but it would not become final unless the Yankees reached agreement on a contract with Henderson. Henderson wants five years, and the reported asking price is in excess of 38 million. The A't granted New York a 24 hour extension Friday on Its permission to speak with Henderson's agent, setting a deadline of 6 p.m. EST Saturday. "I don't have a comment on what I want," Henderson said.

"Just look at what the guys who are the best at their jobs are being paid." Trout, 27, a left hander who was 13 7 with the Cubs last season, signed a five year deal believed to be worth 34.3 million. The Cubs, who finished atop the National League East, now have signed two of their four free agent SUTTER TERRELL pitchers. They sinned Dennis Eckers ley last month. Slill at large are Rick Sutcliffe and Tim Stoddard. Sutcliffe, the 1984 Cy Young winner, has narrowed his decision to the Cubs, San Diego, Kansas City and Allajnta.

St. Louis had only an outside chance, and Baltimore and California apparently have pulled out. Sutcliffe is not expected to sign for another week or so. "We made a commitment to the city of Chicago and to our balldub to get our people back," Cubs general manager Dallas Green said. "In my opinion, Steve, has not reached his fullest potential yet." Trout joined the Cubs from the White Sox in 1983 and enjoyed his best season last year.

He led the club in start with 31, and his 13 victories and 3.41 earned run average were the best of his career. "We just decided to get it done." said one of his agents. Randy Hendricks. "We wanted a five year contract and the other teams wanted to give him three years. That was a deciding factor." The first deal between the White Sox and Expos brought Chicago the relief pitcher they had sought in James, who had 10 saves and a 3.64 ERA In 1984.

Law had his best major league season in 1984 with 17 homers and 59 runs batted in. batting .232. The other deal between the two clubs sent Infielder Bryan Little to Chicago for pitcher Bert Roberge. who spent moat of last season with the. White Sox' Denver Class AAA affiliate.

Little, a renowned bunter. batted .244. The acqulsilon of the right handed Terrell ended Detroit Manger Sparky Anderson' hunt for another starting pitcher, while the Met wanted John ton backup for third baseman Ray Knight, who underwent arm surgery In the offseason. The Tigers originally had wanted a left hander, but Anderson said he wa pleased with the deal. "First, we had to get a pitcher, and then we could worry whether he wa right handed or left handad." Anderson said.

"We worked all week on this deal. and we're axtremely pleased." The Oakland Milwaukee deal seemed an even exchange of pitchers past their prime. Burris, 34. wa 13 10 with a 3.14 ERA last year for the A' Sutton. 39.

wa 14 12 and 3.77. Burris had demanded a trade. Ketcham swimmers win two relay events The Roy Ketcham swim team finished first In two event at the Westchester Swim Officials Relay Carnival conducted at Westchester Community College, Friday night. The Indians took top honor In the 500 yard crescendo freestyle relay as Gerard Cachoon. Benedict Chu.

Rob Wells, Lloyd Goldstein and Gregg Goodermote teamed up for a 4:27.26. Ketcham also triumphed in the 200 yard butterfly relay, with a team comprised of Cachoon, Chris Une Shilkunas. Wells, and Goldstein, clocking a 1:49.23. Poughkeepsle won the 200 yard breasistroke relay with 2:11.1..

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