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D6 The Post, Thursday, September 5, 1985 Soviet High Jumper Breaks World Record J. . Hancock Spends $10 Million ; ;To Sponsor Boston Marathon From Pest Wirt Services Igor Paklin shattered the world record in the high jump, capping a powerful Soviet performance at the World University Games in Kobe, Japan. About 50,000 spectators, including Japan's Crown Prince Akihito, watched ,Paklin clear 7 feet. 10V4 on his third attempt, then miss three tries at 7-1 1 Ms . IT1 I J A w The Boston Marathon, the country's oldest continuously run road race, formally buried a bit of its amateur tradition yesterday with the announcement of a 10-year, $10 million sponsorship deal with the John Hancock Mutual Life Insur- ance Co. The agreement announced by the Boston His countryman, Rudolf Povaarnitsyn, set the old mark of 7-10 in Moscow Aug. 1 1 . It was the first world record at a University Games since Pietro Mennea of Italy ran the 200 meters in 19.72 seconds in Mexico City in 1979 . . . Juan Antonio Samaranch of Spain, president of the International Olympic Commitee, will announce at 12:30 p.m. Sept. 13 the IOC's decision on which American television network will have exclusive rights to live coverage of the 1988 Olympic Games in Seoul, South Korea. The U.S. TV rights are expected to bring at least $500 million, more than twice as much as ABC paid the IOC for the exclusive rights to the 1984 Los Angeles Olympics. Football Player Remains in Coma Association names Hancock as the race's major corporate sponsor and marks the first time in the history of the 89-year-old marathon that winners will receive prize money $250,000 in tjie first year alone. "This is a great day for the Boston Marathon . . . (it) will remain the No. 1 marathon in the world,'1 BAA president Frank Swift said . . . Said Aouita of Morocco suffered a pulled leg muscle in an unsuccessful attempt to break the men's 2,000-meter world record at Rieti, Italy. Aouita's time ;was 4:54.02. The record is 4:51.39 by Steve Cram of Britain. Sydney Maree of the United States was second in an American-record time of 4:54.20. Steve Scott, whose old U.S. record was 4:54.71, was third in 4:55.82 . . . Bert Lyle resigned as coach of the U.S. women's World Cup track and field team because of a family illness, The Athletics Congress said. He will be replaced by Sue Humphrey, an assistant coach at the University of Texas. ; Undefeated Pryor Losing to Drugs? I Junior James Greene, 16, a guard on the Madison Hign bcnooi football team in Cleveland, was on a respirator and still in a paranoid or hooked on cocaine. "Everybody's done drugs," he said. "We've all tried it." "He got the limelight and he couldn't handle it," trainer Richie Giachetti said. "It was all too quick," said Miami boxing promoter Walter Alvarez. "First he's a humble kid from the ghetto, then all of a sudden he's king of Caesar's Palace." Pryor knocked out Alexis Arguello in title fights in 1982 and 1983, but has fought only twice since. "Sunup to sundown, he's high," said Lindsey Bolar, a former drug addict who lived briefly in Pryor's $325,000 suburban Dade County home. "He's hooked. If somebody doesn't help him, he's gonna be dead." Some have tried. "Until he undergoes a radical transformation of his lifestyle, he's through boxing," promoter Bob Arum said. Fight doctor Ferdie Pacheco suggested Pryor enter a drug rehabilitation program. But Pryor's manager, Buddy LaRosa of Cincinnati, said Pryor has continued "partying hard or whatever he was doing" . . . The World Boxing Council featherweight title fight between Azumah Nelson and challenger Juvenal Ordenez, originally scheduled for Saturday at the Montreal Forum, has been rescheduled for Friday night at the Tamiami Fairgrounds Arena in Miami. Former WBC heavyweight champion Tim Weatherspoon fights Larry Beilfuss pn the same card . . . John (The Beast) Mugabi held a solo news conference in Boston to publicize his Nov. 14 fight with Marvelous Marvin Hagler after Hagler told fight officials that a family emergency required him to rush to Newark, N.J. Irving Rudd of Top Rank Boxing, the promoter, said Hagler told them his father had died and he was going to New Jersey. There was confusion over the promoter's explanation since Robert Sims, who repeatedly has been identified as Hagler's father, died several years ago. J coma after undergoing surgery hie kroin rwio Kami, the hnv's 10 remove a uiuuu ciui nwu grandmother, said he was hit L J 111(3 Ul Mill- &rwa TT' J O ' - - in tho hooH Hnrino rnnHnp nrartire . . . Ruffv KintT. Tennes- in uvau vi r . - see's only female playing high school football, is back at practice in Tnnnoknn.,nk oftar Kointr fnrrpH from (hp nrartirp field during a routine Athletic TANK BFNAMAIU liuuLjuui uugn aii iswug ' - - r o tackling drill. King, a 5-foot-4, 121-pound freshman quarterback, was down for 10 to 15 minutes after being tackled "by one of the smaller players" at David Crockett High School, coach Jerry Jenkins said . . . Funeral services for Herb Jones, a University of Montana basketball player who was killed in a traffic accident in Idaho, are scheduled for 2 p.m. Saturday at Tacoma, Wash. Compiled by Chuck Otterson Undefeated world champion Aaron Pryor of Miami has a drug problem, is forfeiting potential million-dollar fights and is in danger of knocking himself out, friends and associates say. Pryor, 29, the International Boxing Federation junior welterweight champ, is 36-0, with 34 knockouts. But he hasn't a .fought in six months. He denies, however, that he is malnourished, Compiled by Pat Langford Clipboard geria, 3:34 41. 5. Romania, 3:36.88. 6. Jf-. able; TE Hoby Brenner (knee) and S Terry Hoage (knee) are probable. by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds Long Jump - 1. Margarita Valyuke- vich, Soviet Union, 23-lv. 2. Silvia Chris-, tova, Bulgaria, 21-8. 3. Merita llcu," Romania, 21-8V4. 4. Eloina Echevarna,--j Cuba, 21-7V4. 5. Monika Hirsch, West Germany, 21-6. 6. Rita Heggli, Switzer- land, 21-0'. f tsu vvm.iKY to save f ai ajav eces of9ftfH fctoCTfefe PROBLEM . 1 I SOLO 04AM5 0AE WrTVIlKJ AOO FEET J Also: 10. Sabrina Williams, Beiitiower,- Calif., 20-21.' 400 Relay 1. United States (Kathrine Wallace, Houston; Mlchele Finn, Talla hassee, Brenda ciiette, unacon, ua.,, Gwen Torrence, Decatur, Ga ), 43.28. 2. Soviet Union, 43.43. 3. Bulgaria, 43.57. 4. u France, 44.30. 5. Italy, 44.53. 6. Canada, 44.75. CalendarToday Greyhound Racing Biscayne Dog Track, post time: 7:45 p.m. (fall season opens). Jal-Alai Danla Jal-Alai, first game: 7:15 p.m. Miami Jal-Alai, first game: 7:15 p.m. Thoroughbred Racing Calder Race Course, Miami, post time: 1 p.m. Magic Sand Favored In Biscayne Inaugural ' Biscayne Dog Track opens its 1985 fall meeting tonight at 7:45 -with Magic Sand the probable' favorite for the 59th Inaugural ' to be run as the 11th race. The season will extend'' through Oct. 30 with racing nightly, except Sunday, and -12:30 matinees on Tuesdays (ex-' cept today), Thursdays and Sat-!j urdays. There will also be a" matinee performance on Co-; lumbus Day (Oct. 14). Betting at Biscayne will include $2 trifectas, quinielas, '; win, place and show; $3 perfec-" tas and quiniela doubles. Starting Friday, Sept. 13, Biscayne ' will introduce to Florida a new '. form of betting, the $2 twin tri-" ; fecta with carryover jackpot. ' Post Scripts TelevisionToday 2 p.m. Tennis: U.S. Open at Flushing Meadows, N.Y., live, USA. (coverage resumes at 7:30 p.m.). 8:30 p.m. Major League Baseball: Chicago Cubs at St. Louis Cardinals, WGN. 11:30 p.m. - Tennis: U.S. Open highlights, WTVX-34, WTVJ- 4. RadioToday 7 p.m. Hurricane Hotline with Jimmy Johnson and Sonny Hlrsch, WIOD-610AM. 8:05 p.m. - Maor League Baseball: Oakland A's at New York Yankees, WIOD-610AM. TllEsaZ!Liisg. ri"iT-? hiriif itH"td liirirrrM' Entries 6th-s,000, cl, mdn 2YO, 7f. no 117 117 117 117 nr 1171 110 117 117 117 110 Sport Free Poka Risk Diamond Kck Top Mac Hasty Creek Cool Blade Noble J.J. Noon Devil Great Ripples Just Magestic Wishfl Intrnsc Charging Hm 7th-10,000, CL 3YO up, tf. 116 113 115 111 113 119 113 mdn lst-3,500, cl, mdn 3A4Y0, 6f. Ultra New ' 119 Star OfDancr 112 Pleasant Ctch 110 Klassy Marie 119 Satans Trlngl 114 Silver Janie 119 Thre UndrPr 119 Voteonltlmry 119 Spires Reflctn 119 Clovers Bid 119 2nd-11,000, cl, mdn 2YO, 6f. a-Revy 118 Tonight MyLv 116 Jet Power 114 Blades Inters! 118 a-Rexs Shadw T14 Peacefl Fntsy 114 Cliffe Spirit 114 Hold TheWrld 114 Daring Wndtx 114 a-Coupled. 3rd-3,S00, cL 3YO up, tf. Rule TheWrld 112 Misty Josle " 108 Thank Hevns 112 I D. IrishBety 116 Newgrop Ldy 106 Pleasnt Prncs 107 Kisss Baby 112 4th -5,000, cl, mdn 2YO, 7. Mai Risk 117 Windy Lorran 110 Captains Rulh 117 Forapprncsk 117 Uneqld Wndsr 117 Whatevers Up 117 Billy Bud 117 Price Pack 117 Enzymatic 117 Timeless Gst 117 Mr. Holly 107 5th-10,500, cl, 2YO, 7f. Ziads Hero 114 T. J. s Shadow 116 Lisas Tune 114 Gofrdsngfrdt 114 Star InThDwn 114 Jiosvp Two 112 X'i. South Dlvslon: Atlantis 40Mi, Indian Spring 31't; Boca Woods 36'i, Boca Greens 35'i; Boca Lago tVt, Boca West SOW. NORTH PALM BEACH GC - Ladles even holes, low net, Nina-holes: Fedel- Rubin, White 23; Gardner 24. 18-holers: Championship class: Herman 37V; Trau- oott 37'j Taylor 38; Lesnay M; Mccomos 38'; Ryden 39. Class A: Kohl 4I; Ste phens 43; Johns 43; oeyer 43. Class u: Llndqulst 32; Guarina 32V; Compositor 38V; Piccloli 39V; Cardinal! 391. Class C: Ellis 36i; Jackson 37'; Sena 38; Kos-mynka 38V. JDM CC Low gross, low net. Cham pionship, gross: Barnum 89; Rosenblatt 91; net: Doser 70; Tucciaronl 76. First flight, gross: Lawton 93; Recht 94; net: Pallone 70; Peilicore 71. Second flight, gross: Arnold 103; Rankin 103; net: Geary 73. Third flight, gross: McConnell 105; Collins 108; net: Robblns 73, Marquard 74; Tapp 74. Fourth flight, gross: Neumann 117; net: Bingham 81. boca raton cc Laoies oiino partners. Class A: Nielsen-Abramson 133. Class B: Holycross-Noel 132. Class C: Kle-kamp-Lanzy 133. Birdies, May-August, Class A: Kellner 26; Campbell 12. Class B: McBeath 9; Branlage 6. Class C: Ben-ware Flath; Frownfelter; Strauss each had 1. P.B. COUNTY MEN'S LEAGUE - Hunter's Run 81, Palm Beach National 63; Del Aire 76'-, Atlantis 67V, Boca Del Mar 77, Fountains 67; JDM 80, Boca Lago 64; Wellington 78, Boca Greens 66; PGA National 83, Indian Spring 61. HOLIDAY GC - Mixed Couples: Tri- marche-Lavogue 160. World University Games At Kobe, Japan Yesterday's Results Track and Field Men High Jump 1. Igor Paklin, Soviet Union, 7-1044, world record. (Old record: 7-10Vi. Rudolf Povarnitsyn, Soviet Union, 1985). 2. Juan Centeless, Cuba, 7- 7. 3. Gerd Neael, West Germany, 7-5. 4. Milt Ottey, Canada, 7-5. 5. Alexander Ko- tovich, Soviet union, 7-5. 6. Alain Metei-lus, Cuba, 7-5. Also: 13. Maurice Crumby, San Fran cisco, 7-OVi. 14. Darren Burton, Lincoln, Neb., 7-Oii. 1,600 Relay - 1. Cuba (Lazaro Martinez, Leandro Penalver, Roberto Ramos, Roberto Hernandez), 3:02. 20. 2. Soviet Union, 3:02. 66. 3. United States (Clarence Daniel, Alexander, Ala.; Leroy Dlx-son, Ames, Iowa; Dale Laverty, El Paso, Texas; Cedrlc Vaughans, Montgomery, Ala ), 3:02. 68. 4. Nigeria, 3:03.16. 5. Canada, 3:03.83. 6. Japan, 3:05.09. 5,000 - 1. Stefano Mel, Italy, 13:56.48. 2. Carey Nelson, Canada, 13:57.77. 3. Robert Lonergan, Canada, 13:58.02. 4. Tsukasa Endo, Japan, 13:58.36. 5. James Sapienza, Louisville, Ky., 14:01.22. 6. Shuichi Yoneshige, Japan, 14:04.64. 800 1. Ryszard Ostrowskl, Poland, 1:44.38. 2. Viktor Kalinkin, Soviet Union, 1:45.21. 3. John Marshall, Plainfield, N.J., 1:45.32. 4. Petre Dragoescu, Romania, 1:45.41. 5. Octavlus Clark, Tallahassee, 1:45.51. 6. Slobodan Popovic, Yugoslovia, 1:46.09. Discus Throw 1. Luis Delis, Cuba, 219 feet, 3 inches. 2. Vatslovas Kidlkas, Soviet Union, 207-1. 3. Juan Martinez, Cuba, 206-9. 4. Erik de Bruin, Netherlands, 206-6. 5. Chris Okoye, Nigeria, 206-5. 6. Mike Buncic, Lexington, Ky., 200-0. Also - 7, Gary Williky, Chandler, Ariz., 1954. 400 Relay 1. Cuba (Rlcardo Chacon, Lenadro Penalver, Sergio Querol, Andres Simon Gomez), 38.76. 2. Canada, 39.07. 3. United States (Lee McNeill, Greenville, SC.; Thomas Jefferson, Moreland, Ohio; Keith Talley, Indianapolis, Michael Morris, Solvay, N.Y.I, 39.15. 4. Nigeria, 39.27. 5. South Korea, 39.74. 6. Japan, 39 93. Women 1,600 Relay 1. Soviet Union (Margarita Novitskayte, Nadezhda Zvyagint-seva, Elena Korban, Tatlana Aleexeva), 3:25.96. 2. Canada, 3:29.06. 3. United States (Susan Shurr, Austin, Texas; Sharon Dabney, Monterey Park, Calif.; Tanya Mcintosh, New York; Joefta Clark, South Orange, N.J.), 3:30.41. 4. Ni- Results 1st Doubles 7 - Urizar III Leif 11.20 6.40 7 80 3 - Jeff Beitia II 4.40 2 80 5 - Ubilla Daniel 3.40 Q: (3-7) 41.20 P: (7-3) 142.80 T: (7-3-5) 304.40 2nd - Singles 3 - Arando 11.80 6.20 4.60 2 - Narvaez 12.80 7.40 6 - Urizar III 5.60 Q: (2-3) 27.60 P: (3-2) 47.10 T: (3-2-6) 55S.88 3rd - Doubles 6 Urizar III Paul I 10.60 9.2013.00 2 - Jeff Maguna 4.00 3.00 5 - Elordieta Beitia II 3 40 O: (2-6) 42.40 P: (6-2) 105.00 T: (6-2-5) 318.40 4th - Singles 8 - Leif 19.20 7.20 3.40 2 - Daniel 4.20 2 80 5 Goya 3.00 Q: (2-8) 38.80 P: (8-2) 100.50 T: (0-2-5) 277.60 5th - Doubles 1 - Elordieta Carassus 11.20 5.80 5 80 3 - Arando Irusta III 13.8013.60 8 Jeff Sanchez 4 80 Q: (1-1) 29.20 P: (1-3) 77.71 T: (1-3-8) 508.48 6th Doubles 8 Caron Maguna 20.80 7.20 4 80 3 - Elordieta Paul I 3.00 5 20 2 Bringas Irusta III 8.60 O: (34) 37.20 P: (8-3) 11.40 T: (8-3-2) 731.60 7th - Singles 2 - Ubilla 10.80 4.00 2.80 4 - Arrazola 3.40 4.60 8 - Paul I 7.40 Q: (2-4) 34.40 P: (2-4) 128.70 T: (2-4-8) 475.40 8th Doubles 3 - Gondra II Daniel 15.20 4.20 3.20 1 Bringas Arrazola 6.80 6.00 7 - Arrl Cruz 6 00 Q: (1-3) 29.20 P: (1-1) 47.80 T: (3-1-7) 382.60 Fate is Delivered Wins Pembroke Pines Stakes MIAMI (AP) - Fate is Delivered took the lead nearing the sixteenth-pole and went on to win the $29,750 Pembroke Pines stakes for 3-year-olds in a three horse photo finish at Calder Race Course yesterday. Alfred came in second and Satan's Way placed third. The winner, ridden by Octa-vio Vergara, ran the mile-and-a-sixteenth course in 1:46 and paid $20.40, $7.40 and $6.00. Fate is Delivered, which was not raced as a 2-year-old, has won three of seven starts. t ,m m.mA Black Medaln Great Flight Always Robin Sunny Wllewy Cherry Maisn Lady Spy Tare Baby 8th-7,000, Cl, 3&4YO, 6f. El Cometa Cyn ClsSon a-Flwgntlyln Anothr Mmbr Sizzling Son Triple Sly Play Cap Raisen Gale Bens Bid Mghty WrChn a-Tal OfThAx a -Coupled. 9th-16,000, 3YO up, 6f. Gana Facil Poly Pop Thundrng Hrt Slip OnTGIry Wild Kitty St. Louis at cioveiano larainsis: DE Al Baker (aw), S Benny Perrln (knee) are questionable; RB-KR Stump Mitchell (knee) is probable. Browns: WR Brian Brennan (shoulder-infured reserve) Is out; DE Keith Baldwin (knee) doubtful; DE Reggie Camp (foot) is questionable; T Paul Farren (ankle) and Clay Matthews (hand) are probable. Monaays tamo Washington at Dallas - Redskins: DE Tom Beasley (toe), DE Dexter Manley (shoulder), LB Stuart Anderson (knee), QB Joe Theismann (knee), LB Mel Kaufman (knee), K Mark Moseley (right leg), WR Gary Clark (knee) are probable. Cowboys: DT Don Smerek (shoulder) Is questionable; TE Fred Cornwell (eye), CB Ron Fellows (shoulder), C Tom Rafferty (knee-calf), CB S Victor Scott (ankle), CB uennis inur-man (hamstring) and QB Danny White (ribs) are probable. College Saturday's Games STATE , Bethune-Cookman at Central Florida, night Georgia southern vs. r-tonoa ao. ai Jacksonville, night Florida at Miami, nignt Florida State at Nebraska TOP 20 Southwestern Louisiana at Auburn (2) Texas-El Paso at Southern Methodist (3), night Southern California (at at Illinois tin Penn State (19) at Maryland (7) UCLA (20) at Brigham Young (8), night Appalachian orate at souin loroima (18), night EAST Temple at Boston College Rhode Island at Delaware North Carolina A&T vs. Delaware State at Philadelphia Howard U. at Maine Morgan State at Massachusetts North Carolina at Navy, night Louisville at West Virginia SOUTH Mississippi Valley State vs. Alabama A&M at Birmingham, night Presbyterian at ine maaei, nigm Western Carolina at Davidson Northwestern at Duke, night James Madison at East Tennessee State, night Akron at eastern KentucKy Alabama State at Jackson State, night Mississippi at Memphis State, night Lenoir Rhyne at Middle Tennessee State, night Arkansas state at Mississippi state. night Marsnau at vtoreneoa 3totb, nigni Southeast Missouri State at. Murray State, night East Carolina at North Carolina state, night Furman at South Carolina State, night McNeese State at Southeastern Louisi ana, night Louisiana lecn at soutnern Mississippi, night Tennessee-Chattanooga at Vanderbilt, night Richmond at Virginia Tech, night William 8, Mary at Wake Forest, night Tennessee State at Western Kentucky MIDWEST Bowling Green at Ball State Austin Peay at Cincinnati Northern Iowa at Drake Youngstown State at Eastern Michigan, night Western Illinois at Illinois State, night St. Cloud State at Indiana State Wichita State at Kansas State Eastern Illinois at Northeast Missouri State, night Western Michigan at Northern Illinois, night Southwest Missouri State at Southern Illinois SOUTHWEST West Texas State at Abilene Christian, night Wyoming at Baylor, night Texas Southern at Lamar, night Northwestern Louisiana at North Texas State, night Prairie View A&M at Sam Houston State, night Angelo State at Texas-Arlington, night Southwest Texas State at Texas A&l, night New Mexico at Texas Tech, night Houston at Tulsa, night FAR WEST Toledo at Arizona, night Colorado State at Colorado Chico State at Eastern Washington, night Northern Colorado at Idaho State, night Utah State at Long Beach State, night Fullerton State at Montana Tennessee Tech at Nevada-Las Vegas, night Northridge State at Nevada-Reno South Dakota State at Northern Arizona, night Idaho at Oregon State, night Sacramento State at Pacific, night Montana State at Portland State New Mexico State at San Jose State, night Boise State at Utah, night Oklahoma State (It) at Washington (12) California at Washington State Southern Utah at Weber State, night CFL Eastern Division W L T PF M Pti Montreal S 3 0 176 150 10 Ottawa 4 4 0 154 213 ' 8 Toronto 3 5 0 193 200 6 Hamilton 2 6 . 0 147 202 4 Western Division Br. Col. 7 1 0 248 124 14 Winnipeg 6 2 0 232 138 12 Edmonton 4 4 0 219 239 8 S'katchewan 4 4 0 202 187 8 Calgary 1 7 0 135 240 2 Friday's Game Toronto at British Columbia, 10 p.m. Saturday's Game Winnipeg at Ottawa, 1:30 p.m. Sunday's Game Saskatchewan at Montreal, 1 p.m. Hamilton at Edmonton, 4 p.m. FOOTBALL College Points Saturday 7 7 19 3 6 Favorite BOSTON COL MARYLAND W VIRGINIA ILLINOIS NEBRASKA COLORADO WASH ST NC STATE DUKE Florida N Carolina BYU BAYLOR Houston TEXAS TECH WASHINGTON MEMPHIS ST SMU LONG BCH ST SAN JOSE ST Favorite Miami St Louis Underdog Temple Penn St Louisville Southern Col Florida St Colorado St California E Carolina Northwestern MIAMI NAVY Ucla Wyoming TULSA New Mexico Oklahoma St Mississippi Texas-El Paso Utah St New Mexico St 5 7 8 7'i 4 2'i t'3 8 3 10 3 2'i 4! 10' 9 NFL Points Sunday Vfi 2 Underdog HOUSTON CLEVELAND A a., ft p-.it nt-t, it n-i r nt 109 11 115 115 urns 119 119 1 1910S HIV alu 115 NFL AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eait W L T Pet. PF PA Miami 0 0 0 .000 0 0 New England 0 0 0 .000 0 0 N Y. Jets 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Indianapolis 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Buffalo 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Central Pittsburgh 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Cincinnati 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Cleveland 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Houston 0 0 0 .000 0 0 West Denver 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Seattle 0 0 0 .000 0 0 L.A. Raiders 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Kansas City 0 0 0 .000 0 0 San Diego 0 0 0 .000 0 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Washington 0 0 0 .000 0 0 N Y. Giants 0 0 0 .000 0 0 St. Louis 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Dallas 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Philadelphia 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Central Chicago 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Green Bay 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Tampa Bay 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Detroit 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Minnesota 0 0 0 .000 0 0 West San Francisco 0 0 0 .000 0 0 L.A. Rams 0 0 0 .000 0 0 New Orleans 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Atlanta 0 0 0 .000 0 0 Sunday's Gaines Miami at Houston 1 p.m. Detroit at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Green Bay at New England, 1 p.m. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Kansas City at New Orleans, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at New York Giants, 1 p.m. v St, Louis at Cleveland, 1 p.m. San Francisco at Minnesota, 1 p.m. Seattle at Cincinnati, I p.m. Tampa Bay at Chicago, 1 p.m. San Diego at Buffalo, 4 p.m. Denver at Los Angeles Rams, 4 p.m. New York Jets at Los Angeles Raiders, 4 p.m.- Monday's Game Washington at Dallas, 9 p.m. " NFL Injury Report Sunday's Games Miami at Houston Dolphins: DE Kim Bokamper (groin) Is doubtful; WR Mark Duper (ankle), CB Mike Smith (hamstring), CB Robert Sowell (ankle) are probable. Oilers: T Harvey Salem (knee) and QB Oliver Luck (ankle) are out; G Dean Steinkuhler (knee) and WR Mike Holston (ribs) are questionable; QB Warren Moon (right thumb) is probable. Indianapolis at Pittsburgh - Colts: RB Curtis Dickey (knee), S George Radi-chowskl (ankle) are questionable; S Nesby Glasgow (hand), LB Orlando Lowry (hand), DE Donnell Thompson (eye) are probable. Steelers: TE Bennie Cunningham (knee) and RB Rich Eren-berg (achllles) are questionable; NT Gary Dunn (knee), DE Keith Gary (eye), RB Frank Pollard (hand) are probable. New York Jets at Los Angeles Raiders jets: WR Wesley Walker (knee-in-lured reserve), T Billy Shields (knee-in-iured reserve), WR-KR Bobby Humphrey (wrist-lnlured reserve), T Stan Waidemore (knee-Injured reserve) and CB Davlln Mullen (toe-lniured reserve) are out. DE Mark Gastineau (thumb) Is questionable; DE Ben Rudolph (knee), C Joe Fields (ribs), CB Bobby Jackson (knee), CB Johnny Lynn (ribs), S-KR Kirk Springs (ankle) and TE Mickey Shuler (groin) are probable. Raiders: T Shelby Jordan (abdomen), RB Kenny King (knee) and WR Dokie Williams (knee) are questionable. San Diego at Buffalo - Chargers: WR Jesse Bendross (achllles) Is questionable; K Rolf Benirschke (groin), QB Dan Fouts (groin), LB Mike Green (neck), QB Mark Herrmann (flu), T Jim Lachey (slight concussion), P Ralf Moisielenko (groin) and LB Billy Ray Smith (elbow) are probable. Bills: LB Eugene Marve (knee) is out; CB Derrick Burroughs (ankle), LB Jim Haslett (ankle), LB Anthony Dlckerson (ankle) and DE Bruce Smith (ankle) are probable. Seattle at Cincinnati Seahawks: T Bob Crvder (knee) is doubtful; LB Sam Merrlman (ankle) and CB Keith Simpson (hamstring) are questionable. Bengals: T Bruce Reimers (knee) is out; CB Ray Horton (shoulder) is questionable. Detroit at Atlanta - Lions: DE Curtis Green (back) Is probable; LB Ken Fan tettl (thumb) Is doubtful. Falcons: S Scott Case (ankle), DE Lawrence Pillars (knee) and C Wayne Radloff (knee) are questionable. Philadelphia at New York Giants Eagles: G Steve Kenney (neck), NT Ken C arke (knee), DE Byron Darby (knee). G (Greg Narron), LB Anthony Griggs (ankle), RB Andre Hardy (shoulder) and WR Ron Johnson (hamstring) are questionable; T Tom Jelesky (ribs) Is probable.' Giants: TE Zeke Mowatt (knee-lniured reserve) Is out; NT Jim Burt (back) is questionable; RB Rob Carpenter (knee) and G-C Brad Oates (hamstring) are prooaoie. San Francisco at Minnesota 49ers: TE Russ Francis (neck) Is doubtful; RB Carl Monroe (knee) and G Guy Mcln-tyre (neck) are questionable; LB Keena Turner (calf), DE Fred Dean (knee), QB Joe Montana (back), LB Milt McColl (groin), T Bruce Collie (hamstring), TE Earl Cooper (knee) and DE Jeff Stover (knee) are probable. Vikings: DE Mark Mullaney (leg), RB Ted Brown (knee) are questionable. Tampa Bay at Chicago Buccaneers C Steve Wilson (leg) Is out; DE Ron Holmes (achllles) is questionable; G-T Steve Courson (ankle) and LB Hugh Green (shoulder) are probable. Bears: LB Otis Wilson (ankleknee), CB Leslie Frazler (th ah) are questionable; T Jimbo Covert (thigh), CB Mike Richardson (ankle), DE Richard Dent (hamstring), G Stephan Humphries (arm) and T Keith Van Home (ankle) are probable. Denver at Los Angeles Rams Broncos: CB Louis Wright (knee), LB Tom Jackson (knee) and G Mark Cooper (knee) are out; DE Barney Chavous (knee) Is doubtful; RB Sammy Winder (knee) Is questionable; QB John Elway (quarterback), TE Clarence Kay (thigh), T Ken Lanier (ankle), RB Steve Sewell (hip), S Dennis Smith (thigh) are probable. Rams: Barry Redden (ankle) Is questionable; TE Mike Barber (toe), SjCB Eric Harris (knee) are probable, i Green Bay at New England Pack-erst QB Lynn Dickey (back), T Ron Hall-strom (leg), TE Ed West (ankle) are doubtful; G-T Keith Uecker (leg) is probable; RB Eddie Lee Ivery (hand) is out. Patriots: S Jim Bowman (groin), T Steve Moore (lower back and ribs), G John Hannah (calf), WR Stanley Morgan (hamstring), C Guy Morrlss (broken finger) are questionable; G Paul Falrchild (foot), WR Greg Hawthorne (quad), LB Brian Ingram (concussion), LB Steve Nelson (shoulder) and WR Stephen Starling (hamstring) are probable. Kansas City at New Orleans - Chiefs: DE Mike Bell (hamstring), DE Bob Hamm (ankle), NT Bill Maas (elbow) are probable. Saints: Brad Edeiman (knee) and G Kelvin Clark (foot) are doubtful; TE Larry Hardy (hamstring) and TE Jom Tice (ankle) are 'question --' iinnr r-M iiiiiAiiii8ii iM iffli t. is LB )0th-9,000, CL 3YO 119 120 114 'Of, 116 112 109 San Francisco ATLANTA Seattle NEW ORLEANS NY GIANTS NEW ENGLAND CHICAGO PITTSBURGH LA RAIDERS San Diego LA RAMS 11 3 .3 Pick Vh 4i 7 MINNESOTA Detroit CINCINNATI Kansas City Philadelphia Green Bay Tampa Bay Indianapolis NY Jets BUFFALO Denver 10 9 S ; i Monday 1 team in CAPS Washington DALLAS Home Major League Leaders Through Tuesday's Games Based on 320 at Bats. AMERICAN LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. Boggs Bsn 129 527 82 191 .362 Brett Kan 123 ' 435 89 154 .354 Henderson NY 112 436 112 144 .330 Mattlngly NY 128 522 82 170 .326 Bochteoak 1 12 335 St IU4 .Jiu Butler Cle 123 485 84 150 . 309 Cooper Mil 124 503 71 155 .308 Lacy Bit 97 411 62 126 .307 Gedman Bsn 118 396 54 121 .306 Riles Mil 86 325 42 98 .302 Runs: Henderson, New York, 112; Rip ken, Baltimore, 96; Murray, Baltimore, 91; Wlnfleld, New York, 90; Brett, Kansas City, 89; Whltaker, Detroit, 89. RBI: Mattinoiy, New York, iuv; Mur ray, Baltimore, 104; Wlnfleld, New York, 95; Ripken, Baltimore, 93; Balnes, Chicago, 89. Hits: Boggs, Boston, 191; Mattlngly, New York, 170; Buckner, Boston, 157; Bradley, Seattle. 157; Cooper, Milwau kee, 155. Doubles: Mattlngly, New York, 39; Buckner. Boston, 37; Boggs, Boston, 35; Cooper, Milwaukee, 34; Walker, Chicago, 32. Triples: Wilson, Kansas tuy, iv; uut-ler, Cleveland, 12; Puckett, Minnesota, 12; Barfield, Toronto, 8; Cooper, Milwaukee, 8, Fernandez, Toronto, 8; Bradley, Seattle, 8. Home Runs: Flsk, Chicago, 33; DaE-vans, Detroit, 30; Balbonl, Kansas City, 28, Thomas, Seattle, 28; Bell, Toronto, 27. Stolen Bases: Henderson, New York, 60; Pettis, California, 43; Wilson, Kansas City, 40; Butler, Cleveland, 38; Smith, Kansas City, 32. Pitching (11 decisions): Guidry, New York, 17-5, .773, 3.04; Saberhagen, Kansas City, 17-5, .773, 2.77; Romanick, California, 13-6, .684, 3.92, Birtsas, Oakland, 10-5, .667, 3.56; Cowley, New York, 10-5, .667, 4.01; Higuera, Milwaukee, 12-6, .667, 4.34. Strikeouts: Blyleven, Minnesota, 166; Bannister, Chicago, 154; Morris, Detroit, 154; Hurst, Boston, 148; Witt, California, 147. Saves: Qulsenberry, Kansas City, 31; Hernandez, Detroit, 28; Righettl, New York, 25; Moore, California, 24; Howell, Oakland, 24. NATIONAL LEAGUE G AB R H Pet. McGeeStL 120 476 91 175 .368 Guerrero LA 121 428 91 138 .322 HerrStL 127 479 77 154 .322 Raines Mon 124 481 96 149 .310 Sandberg Chi 121 494 89 151 .306 Gwynn SD 125 512 70 156 .305 CruzHtn 117 457 53 139 .304 MorelandChl 129 474 57 144 .304 OesterCIn 120 415 47 125 .301 Hernandez NY 129 478 68 141 .295 Parker Cln 129 508 65 150 .295 Runs: Murphy, Atlanta, 99; Raines, Montreal, 96; Coleman, St. Louis, 91; Guerrero, Los Angeles, 91; McGee, St. Louis, 91. RBI: Parker, Cincinnati, 93; Murphy, Atlanta, 92; Herr, St. Louis, 89; Clark, St. Louis, 84; GWIIson, Philadelphia, 83. Hits: McGee, St. Louis, 175; Gwynn, San Diego, 156; Herr, St. Louis, 154; Sandberg, Chicago, 151; Parker, Cincinnati, 150. Doubles: Parker, Cincinnati, 33; Herr, St. Louis, 31; Wilson, Philadelphia, 30, Wallach, Montreal, 30; Cruz, Houston, 29. Triples: McGee, St. Louis, 16; Samuel, Philadelphia, 11; Coleman, St. Louis, 10, Raines, Montreal, 10, Garner, Houston, 8. Home Runs: Murphy, Atlanta, 34; Guerrero, Los Angeles, 32; Parker, Cincinnati, 24; Schmidt, Philadelphia, 24; Carter, New York, 23; Horner, Atlanta, 23. Stolen Bases: Coleman, St. Louis, 88; Raines, Montreal, 52; Lopes, Chicago, 44; McGee, St. Louis, 42; Samuel, Philadelphia, 42. Pitching (11 decisions): Franco, Cincinnati, 11-1, .917, 1.48; Gooden, New York, 20-4, .833, 1.81; Hershlser, Los Angeles, 14-3, .824, 2.18; Hawkins, San Diego, 17-4, .810, 2.98; Smith, Montreal, 15-5, .750, 2.83; Welch, Los Angeles, 9-3, .750, 2.28. Strikeouts: Gooden, New York, 219; Soto, Cincinnati, 189; Ryan, Houston, 187; Valenzuela, Los Angeles, 177; Fernandez, New York, 145. Saves: Reardon, Montreal, 33; Smith, Chicago, 28; Gossage, San Diego, 21; Sutter, Atlanta, 21; Smith, Houston, 20. This Day in Baseball On This Date In 1918 Babe Ruth pitched a slx-hlt shutout as the Boston Red Sox beat the Chicago Cubs In the open no game ot the world Series. The Series was started early due to World War I. 171 J.R. Richard tied Karl Spooner's record by striking out 15 San Francisco Giants in his first maloi league game as the Houston Astros beat San Francisco. Today's Birthday Candy Maldonado is 25. Florida State League Playoffs Semifinals Best-of-Three Series Tuesday's Results Fort Myers 5, St. Petersburg 3, Fort Myers leads series 1-0 Yesterday's Results St. Petersburg 2, Fort Myers 0, series tied 1-1 Today's Games St. Petersburg at Fort Myers, 7:30 p.m. Championship Best of Five Fort Lauderdale vs. Fort Myers or St. Petersburg, to be announced U.S. Open At New York Yesterday's Results Men Singles Quarterfinals Mats Wilander (3), Sweden, def. Anders Jarryd (6), Sweden, 2-4, 6-2, 5-0, retired. Women Singles Quarterfinals Martina Navratilova (2), Fort Worth, Texas, def. Zina Garrison (6), Houston, 6-2, 6-3. Steffi Graf (11), West Germany, def. Pam Shriver (4), Luthervllle, Md., 7-6 (7-4), 6-7 (4-7), 7-6 (7-4). Doubles Third Round Hana Mandlikova, Czechoslovakia, and Wendy Turnbull, Australia, def. Ane Hobbs, Gret Britain, and Christiana Jo-lissaint, Switzerland, 6-3, 6-4. Carling Bassett, Canada, and Chris Evert Lloyd, Fort Lauderdale, def. Kathleen Horvath, Largo, and Virginia Ruzici, Romania, 6-4, 6-2. Claudia Kohde-Kllsch, West Germany, and Helena Sukova, Czechoslovakia, def. Lorl McNeil, Houston, and Kim Sands, Miami, 6-7 (6-8), 6-2, 6-4. Senior Men Singles Second Round Hie Nastase (2), Romania, def. Bob Hewitt, South Africa, 6-4, 6-3. Cliff Richey, San Angelo, Texas, def. Tom Okker, the Netherlands, 2-6, 6-3, 7-6 (7-5). Stan Smith tl, Hilton Head Island, S C., def. Owen Davidson, Australia, 6-2, 6-2. Jaime Flllol, Chile, def. Charlie Pasar-ell, La Quinta, Calif., 6-3, 6-3. Bob Lutz, San Clemente, Calif., def. Dennis Ralston, Dallas, 6-1, 6-3. Senior Women Doubles First Round Betty Stove, Netherlands, and Mona Guerrant, Munds Park, Ariz., def. Mary Anne Eisel, St. Louis, and Nancy Richey, San Angelo, Texas, 6-1, 6-3. Laura DuPont, Luthervllle, Md., and Valerie Ziengenfuss, El Cnion, Calif., def. Wendy Overton, Gulfstream, and Astrid Suurbeck, the Netherlands, 6-2, 6-2. Todays Featured Matches Stadium Court 11:30 a.m. Carling Bassett, Canada, and Chris Evert Lloyd, Fort Lauderdale, vs. Zlna Garrison, Houston, and Kathy Rinaldi, Stuart. Yannlck Noah (7), France, vs. Ivan Lendi (2), Czechoslovakia Martina Navratilova, Fort Worth, Texas, and Pam Shriver, Luthervllle, Md., vs. Gigi Fernandez, Puerto Rico, and Robin White, San Jose, Calif. 7:30 p.m. Heinz Gunthardt, Switzerland, vs. Jimmy Connors (4), Sanibel Harbor. Rieti Meet At Rieti, Italy Yesterday's Results Men 100 Hurdles - 1, Greg Foster, United States, 13.24 seconds. 2, Andre Phillips, United States, 13.46. 3, Tony Campbell, United States, 13.50. 4, Mark McKoy, Canada, 13.54. 5, Danlele Fontecchlo, Italy, 13.71. 6, Sam Turner, United States, 13.80. 100 - 1, Calvin Smith, United States, 10.36. 2, Henry Thomas, United States, 10.37. 3. Ernest Obeng, Ivory Coast, 10.39. 4. Roland Desruelles, Belgium, 10.47. 800 - 1, John Gray, United States, 1:44.55. 2, Jose Luis Borbosa, Brazil, 1:44.79. 3, Agberto Guimaraes, Brazil, 1:45.22. 4, MoUnlted States Fall, Senegal, 1:45.65. S, Billy Koncellah, Kenya, 1:47.42. 200 - 1, Michael Franks, United States, 20.65. 2, Harvey Glance, United States, 20.76. 3, Carlo Slmlonato, Italy, 20.79. 4, Desal Williams, Canada, 20.90. 5, Waited McCov. United states. 21 36. Long Jump - 1, Larry Myrlcks, Unit ed States. 27 feet, l'4 Inches. 2, Mike Conley, United States, 27-B4. 3, Wlodi- mierz wiooarczyk, roiano, zo-ovj. 5,000 1, Vincente Rousseau, Bel olum, 13:52.82. 2, Abel Anton, Spain, 13:38.56. 3, Maurlcio Gonzalez, Mexico, 13:38.79. 4, Paul Williams, canaoa, 13:42.01. 5, Steve Harris, Britain, 13:46.19. 2.000 1, Said Aouita, Morocco, 4:54.02. 2, Sydney Maree, United States, 4:54.20. 3, Steve Scott, United States, 4:55.82. High Jump 1, Patrick Sloeberg, Sweden, 2, Jacek Wszola, Poland, 7-6. 3. Jimmv Howard, United States, 7-6. 4, Marcello Furlanl, Italy, 7-4Vi. 5, Je rome Carter, united states, 7-4's. Pole Vault 1, Ivo Yantchev, Bulgaria, 18-2'A. 2, Juergen Winkler, West Germany, 18-2Vi. 3, Marian Kolasa, Poland, 18-2'i. 4, Brad Pursley, United ited Stal8-2'4. 5, Tom Hintnaus, Brazil, 1 8ii. 6, Earl Bell, United States, 17-8V. Women Hioh Jump 4, Stefka Kostadlnova, Bulgaria, 6-8,'. 2, Louise Rltter, United States, 6-6. 3, Debbie Brill, Canada, M'i. 4, Sara Slmeoni, Italy, 6-4'A. 5, Marlse Ewanie Epee, France, 6-214. 6, Lldja La- pane, Yugoslavia, 6-u-ui. 400 1, Diane Dixon, United States, 51.45. 2, Rosltza Stamenova, Bulgaria, 52.38. 3, Judi Brown King, United States, 52.59. 4, llrey Oliver, Jamaica, 52.87. 2,000 1, Marlclca Pulca, Romania, 5:30.39. 2. Flta Lovin, Romania, 5:40.35. 3, Lorraine Moller, New Zealand, 5:47.97. 4, Doina Melinte, Romania, 5:51.22. 5, Ag-nese Possamal, Italy, 5:54.35. 6, Ruth Wl- sockl. United States, 5:57.63. South Florida Calendar SEPTEMBER Saturday - Stuart Sallflsh Club Junior Anglers Tournament. For more information, write P.O. Box 2005, Stuart, 33495. Sunday Classic Bassin' Tours Team Tournament on Lake Okeechobee. Tour nament headquarters Is Okee-Tantle Recreation Area in Okeechobee. Entry fee Is $65 per boat (two anglers). First-place payoff Is SI, 000. For more information. contact Classic Bassin' Pro Shop at 967- 2248. Sunday Sllm's Bassin' Buddy Tour nament on Lake Okeechobee in Belle Glade. Entry fee Is S40 per boat (two an glers). For more information, contact sum s nsn camp at yyo-jw. BASEBALL American League Toronto Blue Jays Announced they will not renew their contract with Kin-ston of the Carolina League. FOOTBALL NFL Green Bay Packers Announced that Greg Koch, offensive lineman, returned to the team. Acquired Mike Obrovac, offensive lineman, from the Cincinnati Bengals. Waived Bucky Scrlbner, punter. Signed Joe Prokop, punter. Houston Oilers - Waived Willie Tullis, cornerback, and Allen Lyday, safety. Claimed Audrey McMlllian, defensive back, from New England and Carl Howard, defensive back, from Dallas. Miami Dolphins Signed John Swain, defensive back. Placed Alex Moyer, linebacker, and Joe Carter, running back, on the infured reserve list. New York Giants Signed Larry Flowers, defensive back. Placed Stacy Robinson, wide receiver, on Injured reserve. Seattle Seahawks - Waived Owen Gill, running back. Reclaimed Jeff West, punter. HOCKEY NHL Buffalo Sabres Announced that Craig Ramsay, forward, retired and will stay on as assistant coach. AUTO RACING Williams-Honda - Signed Nelson Piquet to a two-year contract to replace Keke Rosberg, who moves to- McLoren-TAG-Porsche. BASKETBALL Amateur Basketball Association Named Patti Skoronskl administrative assistant. TRACK AND FIELD The Athletics Congress - Announced the resignation of Bert Lyle as head coach of the U.S. women's World Cup team. Named Sue Humphrey head coach. COLLEGE Lehman Named Steve DIMarco assistant baseball coach. Area Club Results FRENCHMAN'S CREEK GC One best ball: Rypma, Rlchter, Harlvel, Lund 57; Measey, Czarneckl, Crellln 57; McKenzie, Perkins, Saarloos, Schaardt 58. TWIGS - North Division: PGA 40, Indian Trail 32; Greenvlew Cove 36', Fountains 35V; Eastpointe tVi, President Ai8iiljAai, 2 20-' 2 40- 3.40 ' 248" 2 80" .11 3.00 ' 3 08- 5.6Q-, 5 08" 5W 3.00 Ml 3 40 1 3.40 up, iml. 70yds. Jigevar Comndr Mcy Wicked Quen Antic Hay Flaunty Flick Narania Crly Relumbrante Positive Actin Stateyourbet Results 1st-11,000, mdn 34 YO, 7f. Broom Boss (Teieira) 5.20 3.00 Tobin's Sal (Velez) 3.80 North Quadrant (Aviles) Time: 1:254. 2nd-14,000, ale 3YO up, t"if. dh-lt's Affirmed (Soto) 3 60 3 80 dh-0 K Amy (Smith) 5.00 4.20 Black Petrel (Vergara) Time: 1:19'4. dh-Dead heat for 1st. DD: (1-2) $10.00. DD: (1-8) S14.80. P: (2-8) S13.20. P: (8-2) 119.60. - 3rd-8,000, cl, 2YO, 61. Uncle Henry (Hernandez) 6 80 3 80 Queens Boychick (Bain) 5.20 Jump street (Hussey) Time: 1:14. P: (2-6) S32.80. 4th-5,000, cL mdn 2YO, 7f. Dusty Debby (Valdivieso) 13.00 6.00 Rocky Top (Soto) 12.60 Sunny Queen (Walker) Time: 1:29. P: (6-10) $108.20. T: (6-10-9) S766.60. 5th -11,500, cl, 2YO, 6t. Vitriolic Gold (Baltazar) 11.60 5.00 Distinct Stop (Green) 4.80 Bird's Copy (Bain) Time: 1:13. P: (3-4) $59.80. 4th-8,000, cl, mdn 2YO, 6f. Crimson Anvil (StLeon) 69.40 21.60 Shelia Gaye (Molina) 8.00 Manhattan Queen (Baltazar) Time: l:13H. P: (9-5) S8S5.80. T: (9-5-1) $1,868.40. 7th-15,0OO, Cl, 3YO up, tl if. Susans Choice (Soto) 5.40 3 00 Dwight D. (Velez) 2.80 Cherokee Fast (Pezua) Time: l:17k. P: (6-4) $13.00. 8th-7,000, cl, 3YO up, 6f. Chlteca (Soto) 7.40 3 80 What A Host (Squartino) 4 80 Whirling Dance (Aviles) Time: l:12k. P: (7-10) $27.00. T: (7-10-2) $384.20. Super Six (2-6-3-9-6-7). 5 Of 6 $701.00. Carryover $38,456.89. 9th-25,000 added, 3YO, Uml. The Pembroke Pines Stakes Fate Is Delivered (Vergara) 20.40 7.40 Alfred (Velez) 3 go Satan's Way (Hernandez) Time: 1:464. P: (5-3) $100.60. lOth-8,000, el, mdn 2YO, 6f. Naked Thoughts (Hernandez) 6 00 4.20 Perfectly Charming (Soto) 8 00 Skiddoo U. (Londono) Time: ):13H. P: (8-2) $34.60. T: (8-2-10) $252.60. Weather Cloudy; Track Fast Attendance 7,551. Handle $1,854,482. siim . 8 00,, 4.00 2.40 1 2.10 2.19' 2.18 - n 3 8ffw 3 80" 8.OOA It ,J 6 00) 3.00r 4 40 1 3.20 380 '"'' -'i.---..

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