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DAILY CHRONICLE, DaKolbSvcomore, III. Tuoidoy, Saptamber 1) , 1 984 1 1 Legal Notices Scoirebocaird the UPI Board of Coaches. The teams eurrently on probation are Arizona, 1 1 1 1 no 1 1 and Kansas. DEKALB ELKS Welcome Lanes High team game Wlngdings 841-834. High team series Bobcats 2481. Brooks Parker 538-200; Fred Vandre 533-191; Jim Tatman 525-216; Judd Storey 520-204; George Yochem 501-207; Robbie Collin 210. DEKALB COUNTY HDCP. Welcome Lanes High teem game DeKalb Forge 901. High team series Don't Pioneer Seeds 2,661. Roy Relngerdt 586-227; Ron Parsons 569; Bill Anderson 564-201; Ken Johnson 561-204; Tom Allen 551-201 ; Ed Salsberry 555-204; Lylo Schultz 553-205; Marty Koch 553-215; Jim Luke 553; Jim Scott 223; James Bretten 221; Phillip Flolt 204; Roy Dovls 204; Ed Zlemer 200. MONDAY FORTY NITERS Four Seosons High teem geme and series Ideal 806-2303. Lee Gaul 181; Glenyce Cornwell 533-182-194. Bowling FRIDAY DEKALB MIXED DeKalb Recreation High team gemo and series Die Herds 653-1861. Chuck Heath 201; Melody McCleskoy 175; Donlse McCleskey 171; Helen O'Nell 520-178-181 ; .Michelle Fleetwood 188. CHARLIE DAVY MIXED DeKalb Recreation High team game and series Pheesants 727-2075. Ellle Coan 197; Brian Prentice 565; Don Burdlck 625-234-210; Teenle Wlsted 219; Denlte McCabe 509; Dan McCabo 600-208-211; Bill Underwood 567-240; Rod McConn 574-214; Mary Ellen McDowell 504-184-179; John Hletlkko 215. Wiggins, SD 62; Redus, Cln 46; L.Smith, StL 43. American League - Henderson, Oak 56; Collins, Tor 52; Pettis, Cal 45; Butler, Clev 44; Garcia, Tor 42. Pitching Victorias National League - Andular, StL 19-11; Gooden, NY 15-8; Lea, Mtl 15-10; Sutcllffo, Chi 14-1; Soto, Cln 14-7; Knepper, Hou end Show, SD 14-9; Nlekro, Hou 14-10; Koosman, Phil 14-12. Amerlcen Leegue Boddlck-er, Bait 18-9; Morris, Det 17-10; Blyleven, Clev 16-6; Nlekro, NY and Wilcox, Det 16-7; Petry, Det 16-8. Earned Run Average (Based en 1 Inning x number of games each team has played) National League Pena, LA 2.44; Hershlser, LA 2.52; McWIIIIams, Pitt 2.63;Can-delarla, Pitt 2.66; Lea, Mtl 2.82. Amerlcen League Stleb, Tor 2.51; Boddlcker, Bait 2.69; Nlekro, NY and Burrls, Oak 2.91; Davis, Bait 2.93. Strikeouts National League Gooden, NY 235; Velenzuela, LA 208; Ryan, Hou 194; Carlton, Phil 151; Soto, Cln 150. American League Lang-ston. Sea 177; Stleb, Tor 173; Witt, Cal 171; Hough, Tex 152; Bannister, Chi 138. Seves National League Sutter, StL 41; Smith, Chi 31; Orosco, NY 29; Holland, Phil 28; Gossage, SD 25. American League Qulsen-berry, KC 39; Caudlll, Oak 30; Hernandez, Det 28; Davis, Minn and Rlghettl, NY 26. LEASE OP FARMLAND The DeKalb County Board will accept bids for the cesh rental of the DeKalb County Farm realty, consisting of 134 taxable acres (approximately 120 tillable acres) located at the southeast corner of the Intersection of State Route No. 21 and Barber Greene Road In DeKalb Township. You may bid for a term of three (3) years (March 1, 1985 through February of 1988), or for one (1) year, (Merch 1, 1985 through Fobruory 1986), or both. Payment of the entire rental amount will be duo on or before March 1, 1984. Sealed bldt will bo accepted until 4:30 p.m., Thurtday, September 27, 1984. Bldt should ba addressed to the attention of the DeKalb County Board, 110 E. Sycamore Street, Sycamore, Illinois 60171. Bids should be marked: SEALED BID - DEKALB COUNTY FARM RENTAL. Bids should state the aggregate, rather than the per-acre, rentol. A certified check In the amount of 10 percent of the total bid, required at the time of bid In submission. The check accompanying the awarded bid will not bo refunded. In the event of a three veer loose a certified chock In he omount of 10 percent of the total bid Is due on December 1st of eech veer proceeding the second and third years of the loose. No bid will bo considered which does not contoln the following ienguage: "THIS BID OR OFFER SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT AND MAY NOT BE REVOKED FOR A PERIOD OF 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE BID OR UNTIL THE BID IS REJECTED BY THE DEKALB COUNTY BOARD, WHICHEVER SHALL FIRST OCCUR." Bldt will bo opened at 1:00 ?.m., Thurtday, September 27, 984, In the 4th floor conference room at the Administration Building, 110 E. Sycamore Street, Sycamore, Illinois. Tho County Board will award the bid at Its regular meeting on Wednesday, October 17, 1984 at tho Courthouse, Sycamora, Illinois. Tho Committee andor tho Board reserves the right to re-ect any andor all bldt, and 'waive ony technicalities. A legal description of tho roelty as well at other Information may bo obtained from the County Board Office, 110 E. Sycamore Street, Syce more, Illinois. RAY BOCKMAN Acting Administrative Aide DeKalb County Sunday, Sept. 9, Mondey, Sept. 10, and Tuesdey, Sept. 11, 1984; Legal No. 681 northeast corner of tho intersection of McGIrr and Crego Roedt In Alton Townthlp. Bldt will be accepted on ooch of two parcelt: Parcel 1. Consisting of 64 acres lying north of double power lines. No-tlll farming practices must be employed on this parcel. The term of the leese will be as follows: you may bid for a term of three (3) yeers (Merch 1, 1985 through February of 1988), or for one (1) year, (March 1,1985 through February 1986,) or . both. Parcel 2. Consisting of 76 ecres lying south of double power lines and bordered by McGIrr Road on the south and Crego Road on , the west. Conventional farming practices may be employed, although no-tlll ? radices are encoureged. he term of the lease will be as follows: you may bid for a term of three. (3) . years (March 1, 1985 through February 1988) or for one (1) year (March 1 1985 through February 1984), or both. The loose of both parcels Is further restricted to corn production, end Fall tillage It not permitted. A bid check of 10 percent should be Included with bid. Rent will be poyoblo on an annual basis, due on Merch 1, of ooch yeer of the loose term. The onnual payment will be In the omount of the oggregeto rentel divided by the number of yoert of the lease term. Seeled bids will be occepted until 4:30 p.m., Thursday, September 27, 1984. Bids should be addressed to the attention of the Forest Preserve District Commissioners, County Boerd Office, Administration Building, 110 E. Sycamore Street, Sycomore, Illinois 60178. Bldt thould be marked: SEALED BID - AFTON FOREST PRESERVE FARM RENTAL - PARCEL 1 (or 2), (or Both) No bid will be considered which does not contoln the following language: "THIS BID OR OFFER SHALL REMAIN IN EFFECT AND MAY NOT BE REVOKED FOR A PERIOD OF 60 DAYS FROM THE DATE OF THE BID OR UNTIL THE BID IS REJECTED BY THE DEKALB COUNTY FOREST PRESERVE DISTRICT COMMISSIONERS, WHICHEVER SHALL FIRST OCCUR." Bids will be opened at 8:00 P.m., Thursday, September 27, 984, In the 4th Floor Conference Room In tho Ad-mlnlstrotlon Building, 110 E. Sycamore Street, Sycamore, Illinois. The Commissioners will award the bid at their regular meeting on October 17, 1984, at the Courthouse, Sycomore, Illinois. The Commissioners reserve the right to relect any or all bldt, end waive any technicalities. A plat depleting tho two parcels as well as other pertinent Information may bo obtolnod at the County Board Office, Administration Building, Sycomore, Illinois 60178. Sunday, Sept. 9, Mondey, Sept. 10, end Tuesday, Sept. 11, 1984; Legal No. 680. Swoope rejoins Mini FB team Virgil; Trout, Stoddard (6), Smith (8) and Davis. W-Stoddard (9-5). L-Koosman (14-12). Mtl 110 310 000 -1 14 0 Pttbgh 400 001 000 -$ 100 Palmer, Grepenthln (1), Hesketh (6) and Carter; Can-delerla, Tunneil (3), Winn (5), Robinson (7), Tekulve (9) and Pana. W-Grapenthln (1-2). L-Tunnell (1-5). HR-Montreal, Wohlford (4). St.Loul 000 100 200 - J 4 0 NY 000 100 001 - 2 4 2 La Point, Sutter (9) end Porter; Fernandez, Gaff (8), Gorman (9) and Fltzgereld. W - LaPoInt (10-10). L - Fernandez (4-5). Atla 001 011 000 -150 HOUS 000 100 000 - 1 7 1 Z. Smith, Falcone (7) and Benedict; Ryan, D. Smith (7) and Bailey. W-Z. Smith (1-0). L-Ryan (12-10). Leaders Mi or League Leaders By United Press International Batting (Based on 1.1 plete appearances x number of games ooch teem has played) National League g ab h pet. Gwynn, SD 141 552 194 . 351 Sndbrg, Ch 140 575 183 .318 Hrnndz, NY 139 494 157 .318 Cruz, Hou 143 537 169 . 315 Puhl, Hou 114 387 121 .313 Raines, Mn 142 548 169 .308 Ray, Pitt 138 486 149 .307 CDavIs, SF 122 452 138 . 305 Hayes, Phil 133 485 148 . 305 Brenly, SF 131 451 137 . 304 American Leegue g ab h pet. Wlnflld, NY 122 494 174 .352 Mttngly, N 133 524 183 .349 Murray, Bit 142 513 168 .327 Hrbek, Mnn 131 496 158 .319 Boggs, Bos 139 548 174 .318 Trmmll, Dt 125 512 160 .313 Easier, Bos 137 524 162 . 309 Barrett, Bs 120 402 124 . 308 Bell, Tex 133 497 153 .308 Ripken, Bit 142 559 172 . 308 Homo Runs National League Murphy, Atl 31; Schmidt, Phil 30; Cey, Chi 25; Carter, Mtl 24; Durham, Chi, Leonard, SF and Strawberry, NY 21. American League Armas, Bos 36; Kingman, Oak 34; Thornton, Clev 30; Brunansky, Minn, Murphy, Oak end Par-rlsh, Det 29. Runs Batted In National League Carter, Mtl 100; Schmidt, Phil 95; Cey, Chi, Cruz, Hou and Hernandez, NY 89. American League Kingman, Oak 113; Rice, Bos 112; Murray, Bait 106; Armas, Bos and Davis, Sea 104. Stolen Beses National League Samuel, Phil 67; Raines, Mtl 64; vi Baseball Malar Laague Standing By Unlttd Prtu International National League tatl W L Pet. OB Chi 17 57 .604 - NY N 64 .556 7 St.Loul 75 67 .521 11 Phlla 74 69 .517 12V4 Mtl 71 72 .497 15VS Pttbgh 62 (2 .431 25 Watt San Dg II 62 .566 -Houi 72 72 .500 914 Atla 70 74 .414 111 LotAng 67 77 .465 14V4 San Frn 61 82 .427 20 Clncl 61 13 .424 2014 Monday's Raiulti Chicago 3, Philadelphia 2 Montreal I, Pittsburgh 5 St. Louis 3, New York 2 Atlanta 3, Houston I Tuesday's Games (All Times IDT) Philadelphia (Hudson 1-10) at Chicago (Eckersley 8-7), 2:20 p.m. Montreal (Lea 15-10) at Pittsburgh (Rhoden 12-9), 7:35 p.m. St. Louis (Horton 9-4) at New York (Berenyl 11-13), 7:35 p.m. San Francisco (Riley 0-0) at Cincinnati (Soto 14-7), 7:35 p.m. Atlanta (Mahler 9-9) at Houston (Knepper 9-8), 8:40 p.m. Los Angeles (Honeycutt 10-9 or Valemuela 11-13) at San Diego (Whltson 13-7), 10:05 p.m. Wednesday's Games Philadelphia at Chicago San Francisco at Cincinnati, night St. Louis at New York, night Montreal at Pittsburgh, night Atlanta at Houston, night Los Angeles at San Diego, night American League fast W L Pet. GB Detroit 92 52 .639 -Toronto 80 63 .559 11V4 Bait 78 64 .549 13 NY 11 65 . 542 14 Boston 75 68 . 524 16Vj Cleve 64 80 .444 28 Mllw 59 84 .413 32V West Kan City 73 70 .510 -Minn 73 70 .510 - Calif 71 70 .504 1 Chi 66 77 .462 7 Oaklnd 67 78 .462 7 Seattle 44 80 .444 9V Texas 62 80 .437 IO'j Monday's Results New York 6, Toronto 2 Baltimore 3, Detroit 1 Milwaukee 7, Boston 4 Minnesota 7, Kansas City 3 Oakland 1, Chicago 0 Seattle 7, Texas 3 Tuesday's Games (All Times EOT) New York ( Rasmussen 8-4) at Toronto (Lamp 7-7 or Clerk 1-1), 7:35 p.m. Detroit (Petry 16-8) at Baltimore (Swaggerty 3-1), 7:35 EHRLER'S HOURS n ? CUSTOM 8:00-5:00 MThru CHAMPAIGN, 111. (UPI) All-Big Ten defensive back Craig Swoope, acquitted of federal drug charges during the weekend, rejoined the University of Illinois football team Monday. Coach Mike White said the decision to allow Swoope to rejoin the team was made after consulting with Chancellor Thomas Everhart, Athletic Director Neale Stoner and the dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts. Swoope was found innocent Saturday after a nine-woman, three-man U.S. District Court jury deliberated his case for more than 13 hours over two days. Prosecutors accused Swoope of using cocaine and keeping drugs and drug sale profits in his university dormitory room. He was charged with conspiracy, possession and distribution of cocaine. Swoope was benched for the first two Illini games, Top 10 NEW YORK (UPI) - The United Press International Board of Coaches Top 20 college football ratings, with first-place votes and records In parentheses (total points based on 15 points for first place, 14 for second, etc.). 1. Nebraska (32) (1-0 ) 549 2. Michigan (4) (1-0) 452 3. Texas (2) (0-0) 432 4. Clemson (2-0) 411 5. Iowa (1-0) 345 6. Brlgham Yong(1)(2-0) 325 7. UCLA (1-0) 320 8. Miami (2-1) 298 9. Boston College (2-0) 273 10. Auburn (0-1) 234 11. Ohio State (1-0) 212 12. Oklahoma (1-0) 199 13. Penn State (1-0) 162 14. Oklahoma State (1-0) 116 15. Southern Methdst(O-O) 19 16. Washington (1-0) 84 17. Florida State (1-0) 57 18. Southern Cal (1-0) 46 ' 19. Georgia (1-0) 35 20. Alabama (0-1) 16 Note: By agreement with the American Football Coaches Association, teams on probation by the NCAA ara Ineligible for the Top 20 and national championship consideration by week . . . oY mmmS &m!tmm LEASBOP FARMLAND The DeKalb County Forest Preserve District Commissioners will occept bids for the cash rental of Alton Forest Preserve form realty, consisting of on aggregate 160 tillable acres located at the p.m. ' Milwaukee (Haas 8-10) at Boston ( Boyd 10-9), 7:35 p.m. Kansas City (Lelbrandt 9-6) at Minnesota (Viola 15-12), 1:35 p.m. Cleveland (Schulie 2-5) at California (Romanlck 10-11), 10:30 p.m. Chicago (Hoyt 12-151 at Oakland (Young 7-4), 10:35 p.m. Texas (Stewart 5-12) at Seattle (Barolas 9-5), 10:35 p.m. Wednesday's Games Detroit at Baltimore, night Milwaukee at Boston, night New York et Toronto, night Kensas City at Minnesota, night Cleveland at California, night Chicago at Oaklpnd, night Texas at Seattle, night Linescores Monday's Maer League Results By United Press International American League NY 200 031 000 - 4 8 0 Toronto 002 000 000 - 2 9 1 Montefusco, Howell (7) and Wynegar; Stleb, Mussleman (7), Acker (9) and Whltt. W-Montefusco (3-2). L-Stleb (14-6). HRs New York, Mattlngly (21), Wynegar (6). Detroit 000 100 000 - 1 5 2 Bait UOOOOOlx-36 0 Berenguer, Lopei (8) and Castillo; Flanagan and Demp-sey. W-Flanagan (12-12). L-Berenguer (8-10). HRs Baltimore, Gross (20), Murray (27); Detroit, Gibson (26). Mllw 010 500 001 - 7 13 1 Boston 100 002 100 - 4 10 4 Sutton, Tollman (7), Searage (7) and Sundberg; Brown, Johnson (4) and Gedmon. W Sutton (13-11). L-Brown (1-8). HRs Boston, Rice (26), Boggs (6) . KanCty 000 001 101 -3 8 0 Minn 002 010 (Mx -7 11 1 Gublcia, Beckwlth (8) and Slaught; Smlthson and Laudner (7) . W-Smlthson (14-12). L-Gublcza (10-12). HRs-Kansas City, Balbonl (24), White (16). Chi 000 000 000 - 0 3 0 Oaklnd 001 000 OOx - 1 5 0 Dotson, Agosto (7), Reed (7) and M. Hill, Skinner (7); Burrls, Caudlll (9) and Tett-leton. W-Burrls (13-7). L-Dotson (13-13). Texas 000 210 000 - 3 8 1 Seattle 000 021 Jlx - 7 9 1 Darwin, Henke (8) and Scott; Beattle and Kearney. W Beattle (11-15). L-Darwln (8-10).HR-Seattle, Davis (25). National League Phlla 000 020 000 - 25 1 Chi OOOOOOJOx-351 Koosman, Andersen (7) and REPAIR UUIFlfHS lAUPIf'iS AUTO HADIATUR SFHVIU. Gallery XIv!lljo M mmmm both victories. White issued the following statement: "The University of Illinois has been consistent in the handling of the Craig Swoope situation. He was first addressed as a person, second as a student and third as an athlete. As a result, and after thorough consultations with Chancellor Thomas Everhart, Director of Athletics Neale Stoner and the dean of the College of Fine and Applied Arts (where Craig is enrolled), William Olson, a decision has been granted in Craig's behalf for game participation. "I've been informed by Craig's mother, Eliza, and his attorney, Steve Beckett, that Craig has volunteered to assist various groups that address public concerns which he recently experienced. It is time that we face the reality of the major social problem. 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State St., Sycamore Across from Tho Stratford Inn Delano's First with the Finest COINS -STAMPS -SUPPLIES Buy - Soli - Trado Visit the experts at Alpha Car Experts, 1231 W. Lincoln Highway, located across from Perkins Restaurant. Alpha offers complete mechanical service for both domestic and foreign automobiles. See Alpha for all your tire needs, we carry all brands. Alpha wants your tire business. if Carpeting Painting if Come see us for all your tire and car repair needs. Residential and Commercial 223 N. 4th St., DeKalb 358 W. STATE - SYCAMORE, III. 601 78 895-6669 Visit our Home Improvement Center for Kitchen Cabinets, Paneling, Ceiling Tile, Vanities and Floor Goods. ALPHA CAR EXPERTS, INC. 1231 W. Lincoln Hwy. (Across from Perkin's) DeKalb 815-756-1979 ALPHA CAR EXPERTS, INC. Cooper Tirol COMPUTE MECHANICAL SERVICE nMuii jl. WHS A A 1231 W. LINCOLN HWY. DEKALB. ILL 6011 5 734-1979 756-2313

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