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as eajx ttrmt """j"i THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MAY 26, 1987 SF Nation's 7th-ranked woman to join Florida tennis team Palm Beach Post Wire Services Birmingham coach Gene Bartow said he will hire former South Alabama coach Mike Hanks as an assistant for next season. Johns Hopkins wins NCAA lacrosse title win the men's division of the Bolder Boulder 10K run. Nancy Rooks-Tinari of Canada overtook defending champion Rosa Mota of Portugal to win the women's division. . . . Meridian, skippered by Tim Clark of Seattle, was first to finish the 136-nautical-mile Swiftsure yacht race in Victoria, British Columbia. But because of the complicated handicapping system in yacht racing, the 21-meter Meridian was unlikely to win the race. Official results were delayed for at least 24 hours after both the main and backup computers at the host Royal Victoria Yacht Club broke down Sunday. Lucille, a 15-meter yacht skippered by Kevin Stamper of Seattle, was second to finish. Because of the handicaps, the winner was expected to be Sachem, a 13-meter vessel skippered by Bill Buchan of Seattle, which was third across the line. . . . World road champion Moreno Argentin of Italy scored his second victory in three days by taking the fourth stage of the Italian cycling tour in Montalcino, Italy. COMPILED BY KATHY SHEEHY The nation's No. 7-ranked collegiate tennis player, sophomore Ingelise Driehuis of the Netherlands, will transfer to the University of Florida from Clemson, women's coach Andy Brand! said. Drie Roundup that killed him. Prince George's County Circuit Court Judge James M. Rea spent the lattenart of the afternoon listening to a series of pretrial lotions by prosecutor Robert Bonsib and defense tforney Thomas Morrow. Opening arguments in the tse are scheduled for today. Tribble, 24, is believed toe one of three men in the College Park dormitor room with Bias when the All-America collapseoin the early-morning hours of June 19. The othenin the room, David Gregg and Terry Long, are exptted to be the prosecution's key witnesses in the tria hat is expected to last about two weeks. Tribble is carged with possession of cocaine, distribution of eaine, possession with intent to distribute cocaine ad conspiracy to distribute cocaine. He has pleade innocent to all the charges University of Alaama- huis will enroll for fall classes and be eligible to play in the fall of 1988 with two years eligibility remaining. Driehuis was the Atlantic Coast Conference and t Clemson Most Valuable Player in 1986 and '87, rrt "winning the singles and doubles titles each year. All-America Craig Bubier's fourth goal of the match gave Johns Hopkins the 1987 NCAA lacrosse championship with an 11-10 victory over previously unbeat en Cornell at Piscataway, N.J. It was the .-'Driehuis said her reasons for transfering are the seventh NCAA championship for Johns Hopkins since tournament play began in 1971. . . . Penn State football coach Joe Paterno has agreed to lend his name to George Bash's presidential bid, according to aides and supporters of the vice president's campaign. The Bush campaign expects to announce soon that Paterno is being named to a steering committee of about 500 people that will help organize the candidate's effort in Pennsylvania Artnro Barrios of Boulder, Colo., pulled away from the pack to -Florida program, the coaching and academics. 'Seven men, five women chosen for Bias jury A jury of seven men and five women was selected in Upper Marlboro, Md., to hear the trial of Brian Lee Tribble, accused of providing University of Maryland basketball star Len Bias with the cocaine i a ETC r w 1 COMPILED BY TODD LaVOGUE Clpboard Basketball NBA playoffs CONFERENCE FINALS Meadey'sr LA, Lexers 133, Seattle 102, (Los Angeles wins senes 4-0) Today's (am Detroit at Boston, 8 p.m., (senes tied 2-2) Thursday's game ibceton at Detroit 9 p.m. Saturday's game Detroit at Boston, 3:30 p.m., if necessary NBA playoff leaders Through May 24 saonag Jordan, Chi. Olejuwon, Hou. Person, Ind. WwenB, Atl. Bird, BOS. tins. Sea. Worthy, LAL Thomas, Oet. yanjwweghe. Pit. Barwey. PhM. Dfexler, Port. Blackman, Dall. Chambers, Sea. Cummlngs, Mil. Flout OS. McMsle, Bos. Agulsa, DaM. S .Johnson, Port. MtMatone, Wash. MoOanlel, Sea. FraM goal percentage 0 FQ FT 3 35 35 10 110 72 4 38 30 9 86 66 14 124 112 13 143 42 11 109 57 12 108 72 4 38 22 5 43 36 4 36 23 4 36 22 13 110 76 12 105 57 10 77 47 12 100 56 4 31 23 4 28 27 3 21 20 13 117 30 Pts Avg 107 35.7 292 29.2 108 27.0 241 26.8 369 26.4 341 26.2 275 25.0 298 24.8 99 24.8 123 24.6 96 24.0 94 23 5 302 23.2 267 22.3. 214 21.4 256 21.3 85 21.3 83 20.8 62 20 7 266 20.5 Baseball Tank McNamara BY JEFF MILLAR & BILL HINDS Florida State League W L Pet. OB SOUTHERN Fort Lauderdale 31 15 .674 West Palm Beach 26 20 .565 5 Vera Beach 20 27 .426 II Mi Miami 17 28 .378 13 CENTRAL Winter Haven 30 17 .638 Lakeland 25 21 .543 4"z Osceola 24 23 .511 6 Daytona Beach 17 28 .378 11 WESTERN St. Petersburg 30 16 .652 Dunedin 23 23 .500 7 Fort Myers 22 25 .468 BYi Tampa 20 26 .435 10 Charlotte 20 27 .426 10V4 Clearwater 18 27 .400 II yd FQ FQA Pet Sohayes. Den. 12 17 .706 Can. All. , 39 56 .696 rVerthy, LAL 109 170 .641 Dtefowon. Hou. 110 179 .615 lisdale. Ind. 19 31 .613 llnsoh Will. 31 52 .596 Janks.'Chl. 13 22 .591 rvmiams. Ind. 20 34 .588 slsh, Bos. 99 170 .582 ierkley. Phil. 43 75 .573 teboundlng Q Off Def Tot Avg )akley, Chi. 3 17 29 46 15.3 ..Smith. G.S. 10 61 76 137 13.7 rfiMalone, Wash. 3 15 23 38 12.7 lerkley. Phil. 5 27 36 63 12.6 Natuwon. Hou. 10 39 74 113 11.3 aton. Utah 5 16 39 55 11.0 Muna.'MII. 12 33 97 130 10.8 1sh. Bos. 13 42 98 140 10.8 arpiey. Dall. 4 18 24 42 10.5 Urd. Bos. 14 26 115 141 10.1 iselst 1 8 No. Avg. ohnson. LAL II 129 11.7 Kens,Atl. s 90 11.3 low), G.S. 10 102 10 2 Drier. Port. 4 40 10 0 haeks, Phil. 5 44 8.8 shnson, Bos. 14 121 8.6 lessey. Mil. 12 103 8.6 hotnas, Det. 12 101 8 4 tcAialan, Sea. 13 109 8 4 rd. Bos. 14 112 8 0 tookton, Utah 5 40 8.0 Monday's results Dunedin 2, Charlotte 1 Clearwater 8. St. Petersburg 0 Tampa 3, Fort Myers 2(11) West Palm Beach 1 1 , Lakeland 6 Winter Haven 6, Vero Beach 5 Osceola 2, Miami 0 Fort Lauderdale 2, Daytona Beach 1 Today's games Daytona Beach at St. Petersburg Charlotte at Lakeland Fort Myers at Winter Haven Tampa at Osceola Dunedin at Vero Beach Clearwater at West Palm Beach Fort Lauderdale at Miami Sunday's results West Palm Beach 4, Lakeland 1 Osceola 4. Miami 2 Daytona Beach 9, Fort Lauderdale 6 Tampa 4, Ft. Myers 1 St. Petersburg 7, Clearwater 3 Vero Beach 1 1 , Winter Haven 4 Charlotte at Dunedin, cancelled TM6 LEGAL-SCALPER 5' I VJOULP VtXJ UK TO A PRDP6&&IOKW- SBk0P6(?-iM-Llr0E &TeP IfOTO Ms1 UUlNlKjeeAGO. SAN l-te (4A& "AU. TH6 COMFO(?T& L VIM PR&S-iPErOT CAffTEf?? TWC fWy1! . Of J-toME." Jy. AcH ME1HM06 CREATUf?E FfM Tennis French Open College NCAA Division I tournament At Sunday's reeurt Georgia 13. Rider 5. Georela wins notorial MnatiDo nogranai Atl South Alabama 6. Florida State 3 Florida State SSoutti Alabama 2. Florida St. wins regional United States basketball League ampa Bay .mode Island .eUy' org Island vis Palm Beach .tiHndelpriHi a.m 1 ituten Island ' 'Monday's result , -Rhode Island 1 14, Philadelphia 103 , .Today's games anay at West Palm Beach 'Staten Island at Long Island -Sunday's result Tampa Bay 101, West Palm Beach 99 w l Pet. ea 4 I .800 4 2 .667 Vi 2 I .667 I 3 3 .500 lyj 2 3 .400 2 2 3 .400 2 0 0 .000 3t 0 4 .000 m Georgia Southern 3. Central Michigan I. Cent. Michigan eliminated i-unoa Mate 12, soutn Alabama 3 South Alabama 3. Georgia Southern 0. Gear- pa aoutnem eliminated Frtdey's resells central Michigan 17. East Carolina 9. East Carolina eliminated Florida State 5. Miami. Fla. 2. Miami elimi nated South Alabama 8. Georala Southern I Thursday's issulls soutn Manama 2, central Michigan 0 Georgia Southern 1 1, Miami, Fla. 6 Florida State 10. East Carolina 5 Mideast Rational At tterkvkM, Mies. Monday's result I Chamowjnahlp game Oklahoma state 1 1, Texas MM 9. OMaho- CALENDARTODAY Minor league baseball Clearwater at West Palm Beach, 7:30 p.m. USBL basketball Jersey at West Palm Beach, 7:30 p.m. American Legion baseball Jupiter at Lake Worth, 7 p.m. Jsr-Alal Fort Pierce Jai-Alal, first game: 7 p.m. Miami Jal-Alai, first game: 7:15 p.m. Greyhound racing Biscayne Dog Track, post time: 7:45 p.m. Thorough brad racing Gutfstream Park, post time: 1:15 p.m. RADIOTODAY 6 p.m. Sports Talk, WI0D-610AM. 7:30 p.m. USBL Basketball: Jersey Jarrmrs at West Palm Beach Stingrays, WPOM-1600AM. 7:30 p.m. Major League Baseball: Oevelaf Indians at Boston Red Sox, WI00-610AM. TELEVISIONTODAY 9 a.m. Tennis: French Open, live, ESPN. 6 p.m. Sports Look, taped, ESPN. 7 p.m. SportsCenter, live, ESPN. 7:30 p.m. Major League Baseball: Chicago Jbs at Cincinnati Reds, live, WGN. 8 p.m. NBA Basketball: Detroit Pistons atoston Celtics in Game 5 of their Eastern Conference flit, live, WTBS. i 9:30 p.m. Stanley Cup final: Edmonton Grs at Philadelphia Flyers in Game 5 of the champtonshipenes, live, ESPN. 10: 15 p.m. Major League Baseball: Atlantsraves at St. Louis Cardinals, taped, WTBS. 1 1:30 p.m. SportsCenter, live, ESPN. 1 1:30 p.m. Sports Tonight, live, CNN. LOOKING BACK 20 years ago today: Don Cardwell pitched three-hitter and Jerry Buchek hit a home run to give 0 New POST SCRIPTS York Mets a 1-0 victory over the Atlanta Braves. The West Palm Beach Braves used a 15-hit attack to defeat the Orlando Twins 12-2. 10 years ago today: Doug Collins scored 27 points. leading the Philadelphia 76ers to a 107-89 victory over the Portland Traiibiazers and a 2-0 lead In the NBA finals. Garry Templeton hit an RBI single in the 10th inning to give the St. Louis cardinals a 4-3 victory over the Philadel phia Phillies. Real Cloutier scored one goal and had three assists to lead the Quebec Nordiques to an 8-2 victory over the Winnipeg jets and the world Hockey Association champi onship. Five years ago today: Robert Meschbach and Ruben Morales scored first-period goals to give the Fort Lauder dale strikers a 2-1 victory over the Edmonton Drillers. Barry Bonnell scored twice and drove In four runs and Dave Stleb pitched a four-hitter, leading the Toronto Blue Jays to a 7-0 victory over the New York Yankees. Charlie Lea pitched a two-hitter and retired 26 in a row. leading the Montreal Expos to a 4-0 victory over the Houston Astros. One year ago today: Robert Parish scored 23 points and Kevin McHale and Larry Bird had 21 each as the Boston Celtics defeated the Houston Rockets 1 1 2-1 00 in the opening game of the NBA finals. Wally Joyner hit a two-out, two-run home run In the ninth inning to give the California Angels an 8-7 victory over tne New York Yankees. Gary Selvald scored with 2:10 left In overtime to give the University of North Carolina a 10-9 victory over the university or Virginia in tne NCAA lacrosse championship. Monday's first-round results Singles Karel Novacek. Czechoslovakia, def. Tom Nljssen, Netherlands, 6-2, 6-1, 6-0. Tnierry Champion, France, def. Cah-Uwe Steeb, West Germany, 6-2, 6-4, 2-6, 6-4. jay Berger, Plantation oet. Claudto Pistoles!. Italy. 6-1, 6-3, 6-3. Luis Matter, Brazil, def. Pavel Voriisek. West Germany, 3-6, 0-6, 6-4, 7-5. 6-4. can umberger. Australia, def. Stefan Eriks son, Sweden, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-4, 6-3. Jonathan canter, Beverly Hills, Calif., def. Laurie Warder, Australia, 6-4, 6-1, 5-7, 6-2. Ivan Lendl (1), Czechoslovakia, def. Ronald Agenor, Haiti, 7-5, 7-6 (7-5), 0-6, 6-3. tne wtnograosiry. i-ranee, oet. Marcel Free man, Los Angeles, 7-6 (7-1). 7-5, 6-3. joakim Nystrom, Sweden, def. Johan Krtek (16), Naples 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-2. 6-1. uarren canin, Australia, def. Mark Kratz- mann, Australia, 6-0, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Horst Skotf. Austria, def. Olivier Delaltre. France, 6-4. 7-6 (7-5), 6-1. moi puree. Atlanta, oer. bammv uammaiva. nouston, 4-e, o-u, t-2, C-2. Jan Gunnarsson, Sweden, def. Peter Carls- son, Sweden. 6-1,7-6 (7-4), 6-3. yannick Noan lb). France, def. rvan Kiev. Brazil, o-u. e-2. e-2. Paul Annacone. Knoxvllle. Tenn.. def. Cassio Motta. Brazil, 6-4, 6-1, 6-3. (juiHermo Vilas. Argentina, def. Jerome Po ller, France, e-3, 7-6 (7-1), 6-4. Martin Jane 1141. Argentina, def. Hans Schwaier, West Germany. 6-2. 6-3. 6-4. Micnaei Hooertson, soutn Amca. oer. tilenn Layendecker, Portoia Valley, Calif., 6-2. 3-6. 6- f lo-ri, r-oir-4i, o-l. I Thierry Tulasne, France, def. Derrick Ros-tagno, Brentwood, CaUf.. 3-6. 6-3. 1-6, 6-4, 6- 2. Thomas Muster. Austria, def. Gujiiermo Pe- nu-Roidan, Argentina, 6-1. 6-3, 6-2. Hennk sundstrom, Sweden, def. Greg I notmes, sen Lake uty, man, t-d. e-4, r-b. Jonas svensson. Sweden, def. Lerr sniras. Milwaukee, b-4, b-u. e-2. uif stemund, Sweden, def. Blaine WIHenbonL I Miami snores, t-A t 1, 0-2. Andre Agassi, Las Vegas, Nev.. def. Pablo Ar rays, Peru, 6-2, 4-6. 6-1, 7-5. tmmo sancnez, Spain, def. Slobodan ZivcHln- 1 ovic, Yugoslavia, 0-4, O-J, 3-0, r-0 (r-b). ratnee Kucnna. France, oet. (ilenn Mtthi- bata, Canada, 6-3. 6-2, 7-6 (7-5). 1 merry pnam, France, def. Patrick Kuhnen. west (iermany, 7-6 (7-3), 6-3, 6-2. Jimmy Anas, jencno. N T., def. Bin scanlon. uanas. e-2. r e u-n. 6-2. Mats wiianoer 4 . Sweden, def. simone co- lombo.jtaiy, 3-6, 6-2, 6-1,5-3, retired. I Women Stefan Edberg (3), Sweden, vs. Mike Leach, Atlanta. Patricia Hy, Hong Kong, vs. Claudia Kohde-Kllsch (8), West Germany. Amaud Boetsch. France, vs. Kent Cansson. Sweden. Court No. 3 Pat Cash (12), Australia, vs. Jim Pugh, Patos verdes, Calif. Catartna Undovlst (11). Sweden, vs. Mercedes Paz, Argentina. Court No. 4 Brad Gilbert (15), Piedmont. Cakf., vs. Bruno Oresar, Yugoslavia. Court No. 7 Melissa Gumey (16), Patos Verdes, Calif., vs. Nicole Provls, Australia. Court No. 1 ; Andres Gomez (10), Ecuador, vs. Roland Startler. Switzerland. Court No. 11 Kathy Horvath, Largo vs. Mary Joe Fernandez, Miami. Todd Wltsken, Carmel, Ind., vs. MUoslav Me-cir (5), Czechoslovakia. Nathalie Teuziat, France, vs. Jenny Byrne, Australia. Mlkael Pemfors (13), Sweden, vs. Tank Ben-habiles, France. Court No. 13 Rarfaella Reggl (14), Italy, vs. Christina Sing er, west uermany. ATP money leaders Through May 24 1 . Miloslav Mecir $62 1 ,944 2. Stefan Edberg $482,428 3. John McEnroe $300,343 4. Mats Wilander $266,272 5. Andres Gomez $206,467 - 6. Yannick Noah $203,945 ' 7. Boris Becker $177,794 ' 8. TimMayotte $170,212 : 9. TomasSmkJ $154,717 ' 10. Ivan Lendl $150,025 ' 1 1 . Milan Srejber $ 147,364 ' 12. Brad Gilbert $120,612 ' 13. Anders Jarryd $114,802 '. 1 4. Christo Van Rensburg $ 1 1 2,225 . 15. Joakim Nystrom $110,997 WITA money leaders Through May 24 1. Steffi Graf $372,750 2. Chris Evert 330.650 1 3. Hana Mandlikova 252,059 4. Zma Garrison 187,302 5. Wendy Tumbull 172,111 ' 6. Helena Sukova 155,125 7. Martina Navratltova 150,546 ' B. PamShrtver 132,325 ' 9. Claudia Kohde-Kltech 131.800 ' 10. Led McNeil 130.508 ' 1 1. Manuela Mateeva 80,175 ' 12. Gabnela SabatMH 73.800 , 13. Elizabeth Smylle 64,986 ,. 14. EliseBurgin 61.984 . 15. BettlnaBunge 57,475 ,. Baseball today ma State wins regional Atl Sunday's result ChoMlfMOfMMp SaMM Arkansas 4, Clemson 2, Arkansas wins regional South I Roglofial At New Ortaane Sundsy's resort Hockey IHL Stanley Cup ihamplonshlp Louisiana State 7. Fuserton State 3. Louisi ana St. wins regional Central Regional At Auatm, Tasaa Sueday'a result 12 . quay's game . nadeiphia at Edmonton, 9 35 p.m., (Ed-. ponton leads series 3-1 ) . (Aursdey'e game - Edmonton at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m., If nee-lOMry , 0 neces- Texas 1 3. Houston 4. Texas wins mtfkmal West I Regional At Stanford, CaM. rs result Oral Roberts 14. Washington State 13. Innings, comp. of suso. game. Washeurton St. eliminated Stanford 9. Oral Roberts 4 Weet Regional At Temae. Arta. Arizona State 14. UCLA 4 College WorM Series Milwaukee at Minnesota (8 05 p.m.). The Brewers' Juan Nleves (3-1 ) opposes the Twins' Bert Blyleven (3-4). Blyleven, who allowed a re cord 50 nome runs In 19B6, has yielded 19 in r 1 2-4 innings trws season. Streaks Montreal first baseman Andres Galarraga had his hitting streak stopped at 14 games m the txpos 2-1 victory over san uwgo Sunday. Stats - Mike Scott of Houston, who entered Sunday's game with 16 walks m 74 Innings, gave up six m tne nrst 1 I I innings to St. Louis. Scott allowed seven runs to the Cardinals. The last time Scott had allowed more than frve runs In a game was May 4, 1986 against Montreal. Swings Detroit third baseman DameN Coles, who drove m ao runs last year, has more errors ( 1 5) man kins i a) m jo games uus year. Suba Lee MazzWI of the New York Mets Is 7-for-1 7 inis season as a pincn nrtter. Strikeouts Seattle s Mark Lancston struck out a son-high 14 Sunday in beating Toronto 5-2 to Kw iwn me . ieoa wrtn r. It was the 16th time In Langston's 3 v. year career he has struck out 10 or more In a game. He was the eaime s strikeout leader last season with 245, beating out Boston's Roger Clemens. rMdeipriia at Edmonton, 8 p.n ary 3hi playoff leaders JuegaMe24 jeirsji. Edm Jrsujr. Edm JrtfTon. Edm Jcaa. "ha iilEdm IlXnd. Mtj Kund. Pha Jooanjon. Mrj Jleitej,Mtl ,miti.Mti . Edm 5 II 13 II 13 7 6 3 7 9 8 6 A 26 16 12 12 9 15 16 17 12 9 9 12 At I Friday's 1 Arizona state, 40-25. vs. Oklahoma State. 56-1 1. 510 p m. Louisiana State. 47-17. vs. Florida State. 54-16. 810 pm. San Orego M taSUm to Cincinnati about a deal that would send one of the Padres' front- one pitchers (trie Show or Andv Hawkins I to the Reds for outfielder Tracy Jones or erneioer Kurt Stwe. 31 27 25 22 22 22 22 20 19 18 18 IS 6 8 49 10 18 II 2 6 10 19 64 6 Texas. 58 9. vs Arkansas. 50-14. 4:10o.m. Stanford, 48-16. vs. Georgia, 42-19, 7:10 p m. Same S Arizona St. -Oklahoma St. loser vs. Louisiana St. -Florida St. loser, 5:10 p.m. warns e leias Arkansas loser vs. Stan ford-Georgia loser. 8: 10 p.m. 0OXING flmg Magazine ratings 1 Tyson. 2. Pkikion Thomas. 3. James ' Smith 4. Tm Wltlavmn . Ewjnoer MnvAM C. Twos ffegjev 7. Iievor Ber-" Canada S, James Buster" Oougtas. 9. Tm Tumor la Ben Cooper. ROT UMarveiHegw 2. Heral Graham Bntam. 3. koheai Olsjos. Canada 4. Msvt McCaaum. 5, tan eamey S. Robue Sens 7. Donas) Curry Mcheal Num. 9. Frank Tata. 10. Diane Same T Arizona St Oklahoma St. winner vs. Louisiana St. -Florida SL winner, 8: 10 p.m. aez Sams S Texas-Arkansas winner vs Stan ford-Georgia winner. 8: 10 p.m. Wadnssday, Jane I asms Game 7 loser vs. Game 6 akv 5 10 p m. Sams 10 Game S winner vs. Game I loser. 8 10 p m. Thursday, June 4 sews 11 Game 7 winner vs. Game S r. 8 10 0 m. Frtuey. JunoS Bin 12 Game 9 winner vs Game 1 1 loser. 5 10 p.m. Same II Game 1 1 winner vs Game 0 or 10 winner. 8 10 p m. Ml 14 Game 12 winner vs Game 13 r. 8 10 pm. 7 Same IS Game 12 winner vs. Game 13 eissry. s 10 p m. NOTl N tnnw tMns irmrnm after same 13, or game 1 1 mceiias eye si game 14. The Chicago Cubs have placed rumt handed reesf pitcher Ron Davw on the 15-oey dnabled kst. Dava euurod the ulnar nerve si ha nght al-bow and had to be removed Si the I2thlnnul of Saturday s 16-eirung 7- triumph over Atlanta. Status Dwigrit Gooden wM make fes fourth start nee undergoing cocaine rehabMauon Tues day nght for Class AAA Tidewater n an kiteme-bonal League game against PawtuckeL Gooden has started twice for Tidewater and once for Class A Lynchburg smce being da-charged from a treatment center Aprs 29 following a 28-day nay. Georgis's Derek Lakouttt Ditched 7 3 5 m. mngs of noJUt ban and stuck out 15 including eight straujnt to beat Fordhem 10-4. Then was the offensive star of the second game, ratting two homers to he) beat Rider 115 The Mctones sen) Georguj. 42-19. 10 the College Work) Senes. lorn Browning pitched terrible today rm dajappolnted You may gwe up on Tom Browning, but I'm not gong to grve up on Tom Browrung I've seen hen van 34 games for us the uM two seeaons.'' Ceiceinarj Manager Pete Rose rjrowrung 4, 7 86 ERA) asowed sn runs si four snngs as Pittsburgh beat tne Reds 7 -2 Sunday OasMsaeMbi ISIS Pncn-iuneni Pat Crawford of the Cants and Las Bea of the Boston Braves both ha. grand aams as New Yam pis mit 15-9. Auti Racing Indlanaolls 500 offlclabtandings Atmdlanaps Sunday's oM standlnes I. (20) Al riser. Albuquerque. N.M., No.25. 1986 MartCosworth, 162.175 mph, 200 opa, runrws020, rod. 2. (5) (etrto Guerrero. Colombia. No . March-Cos win, 162.109, 200 laps, running. 3. (17) Fabrtzio Barbazza. Itafv. No I MarclvCosath, 198 laps, running, $204,663. 4. (22) .Unset Jr.. Albuoiwrqua. N M. No 30. Mai-Coswortfi. 196 laps, running, 5. (15) Gy BeRenhausen. Monmvla inrf rvo.so, i voMarcn-coswortn, 195 laps, run ning, si J2,a. 6T (6) DlcSlmon. CaNstmno BauWi Cjtm no.22, Louswortn, 193 laps, running. e ui ,ou. 7. (26) R an Fox. JanesvWe. wis.. No 41 ItNfb MartCOSWOrth. 192 an nmnmm $111,263. 8 (12) leff MacPherson. Ranchn Santa Margarita. r.. Noll, March-Honda, 182 ps, runrunrs 117,313. 9. (I) Mo AndrettJ. Nazareth. Ps . No S. uae-nnm uvnaut, lau Hps, ignition taajre, $368,063. 10. (271 ony flettenhsusen. InrkanannM No.16, l9eMarcMawwrtri, 171 laps, run. nmg. $l06ja. 1 1. IB) Jorw Rutherford, Fort Worth, Texas. no.ii. peertHosworin. in uwa inwi $104,313. 12. (13) oott Brayton. Cokhvater. Mich., "i, iwanuewonn, lor ajps, aruine rae- 13. (16) tm Soatvan. LoukMee. Kv.. No t 986 Marcfmor Chaw. ISO una. enema sul we, e 1 4r, rs. 14. (2li n Sneva. Paradise Valley. Adz. wm, lax 103,313. Mereft Buick, 143 laps, crash. 15. (19) ue (My, InMand. No 77. March- o, J3 . engne raaure. $100,763. 16. I33)menan FklnaaiL RrajS Nn on Martft emofhevrcajL 131 lana anena eaaaa' $98,263. 17. (25'Josele Garza. Mexico. Now "archCoswth. 129 awe. running. $103,350. 18. (7) ins Luyenoyk. Hbaand. No 71. MrvCcawth, 125 laps, suspension. 19. (41 J.FovL Houston. Taiaa km la LolB-Coewrh, 117 laps, broken ot seal. 102.B63. 20. (IIRtoh Vostsr. Irassnannaa km al Mareft-kai 109 laps, broken rocker mm. $98,263. 21. IX la Panm. ran raan amoa 988 Man-Coawonh. 109 ama mat am $95,513 22 lieionton Johnm Puna as ui 986 Mae BuKk. 76 kux. valve. $94.91 3. 23 (31 Men. CanaHuU Caaf km a 988 laeh-arnor Chevy. 75 laps, cot wee. I IX.XIN 24. (I. Geoff Bnjbham. Van axe No li 71 laps, os niassMia. $92,963. Golf British PGA Championships At Wantwartli, EnaiuJ Bernard Langer Sevenano Baaesteros Peter Senior Jose-Mane Canlzares Wayne Grady RickHartman Ken Brown Ian Beker-Flnoti Ian Mosey Lyndsay Stephen Peter Fowler Sandy Lyle Rodger Davis Bernard Galiacher Isn Woosnam John Bland PhSip Parkin Jose Rivera Jose-Mana Olazabal Gordon Brand, Jr. Eamon Darcy Seen McAllister Howard Clark Mark Clayton Anders For sty sod 66-69-687270 7078-69274 70- 71-71-66278 66-69-72-69278 75-71-668280 68-69-73-70280 71- 71-69-69280 71-68-71-70280 72-72-68-69281 72-71-72-67282 71-75-73-64283 76-708-69283 75-73-71-65284 74-71-69-70284 69-78-708285 72-72-71-70285 74-70-70-71285 72- 72-70-71285 73- 74-73-66286 71-75-70-70 286 74- 71-71-70286 71-71-76-69287 71-71-75-70287 789-737287 74-74-70-69287 73-71-71-72287 Area club results MAVACOO LAKES CC Two man net heat baa. Harm. Bbmel 61: Sewea. Brown 81: Snv. dor. McCaa 63: Brown. Curmmtnem 65 MMAn CRCEH SC Two man team scrsmbxt. first right: SufJvan, Allen 52: Costa, Wxksmaon 53: Hamg. Hartig 54: Copeiand. Garrett 54. Second flight: Wats. McCuSough 46: Fajcher. Fisher 48: Newman, sklae Si: scniorsoerg. uarry 53 ATLANTIS CC 36-hcaj Battle of S0KM. MJOr 346. Woffwn 36fi. FOUNTAINS CC Mixed Pkuxuxt. Katr bi; Freaarnans 62; Abraruanaons 64, kn't64. Cycling Tour of Italy cycling competition The 121 aats faaraji lag I. Moreno Veentjn. kakr. S hours. 13 msv utes. 55 seconds, avg. speed. 24. 1 maes par hour. 2 Fawio Giupponi, Italy. 7 seconds betend. 3. Stephen Roche. Mand. 43 bahaid. 4. Claud Saves. Italy. OS. 5. Juan Fernandez. Span, same tuna. 6 Ph Anderson. Auitissa. seme bma. 7. Juan Tome Marunaz. Span, same ttme. Stern Graf (2). West Germany, def. CsUla Cserepy, Switzerland, 6-1, 6-1. Betuna Fulco, Argentina, def. Mane-Chrlstlne uaeeia, France, b-u. b-u. Angellkl KaneHoDoulou. Greece, def. Sharon watsn-pete, Albuquerque, N.M., e-2, 6-3. Helena sukova (5). Czechoslovakia, def. Din ky van Hensourg. soutn Africa, 6-1. 6-1. Haas Ooffl. KnoivMe. Tenn.. def. RosaMi rairoarm, soutn Africa, e-2, b-3. Lydk) vanhwe, France, def. Alexia De- chaume, France. 6-3. I. 6-3. Kathy Rinakti (10). Amelia Island def. Vlckl Nelson-Dunbar, North Ridgeville. Ohio. 6-2. 6- 0. CamWe Beniamin. Bakersflek). Calif., def. Tina Mochtzuki, South Pasadena. CaUf., 7-5, 6- d. Sylvia HarHka (15). West Germany, def. Nlege Dies. Brazil. 6-1,6-1. uauaa porwik, west Germany, def. Fredert- ca bonsignon, Italy, 7-6 (7-4 , e-4. rva Buoarova, Czechoslovakia, def. Giseie Mko, Brazil, 7 (10), 6-3. Kadka zruvakova. Czechoslovakia, def. Ca- tenna nozzchi, Italy, e-4, e-1. Gabnela Dmu, west Germany, def. Annabel Croft, Bntein, 2. 6-3, 6-1 . Linda Ferrando, riafy, def. Karolina Karhnon, sweoen, 2-0, r-b, b-u. Gabnela Sabatlni (7), Argentina, def. Mari anne vanoenorre, Netherlands, 6-0. e-2. lorry Phelps. Larchmont. N.Y.. def. Retina Raychrtova. Czechoslovakia, 6-3, 0. 6-4. Sandra Wassemian, Belgium, def. Hoses Tar met. isetnenanos, 0-1,0-1. Aranxa Sanchez. Spain, def. Ease Bunrjn. Baltimore, 7-5, 6-3. Virginia Ruzicl, Romania, def. Katenna Boh- rnova. czecrnsiovakia, e-3. e-2. Isabelle DernoneeoL France, def. Patricia Tarabnl. Argentina. 6-2. 7-5. usa Bonder. Saline, Mich., def. Loh McNes (9). Houston, e-3, e-3. Karen Schmper. South Africa, def. Maria Undstrom, Sweden. 7 7-3). e-2. Adnana vmaeran, Argentina, def. Jennifer Mundel. South Amca. 6-0. 6-4. unrine BaiestnM. Australia, def. Tom Hoaa- oay. uei Mar, caw., 0-2, 6-3. Katenna Mateeva (12). Bulgaria, def. Penny Berg. North Miami Beach. 6-2. 6-1. xetra Huoer, Austria, def. Grace Kim. Franklin Laxes, n.j.. r-o, r-b. Juke Halard. France, def. Hana Fukarkova. czecnosiovakia. 5-7. 7 (7-5). e-2. swnon Bosegrer. Netnertands. def. Nicole Ja- german. Netherlands, 6-3, 6-3. Elizabeth Mlnter. Austraka. def. Carina Karis- son. Sweden, e-3, 6-0. Laura Garrone, Italy, def. Anna laaria Femarv oez. lorrance. cast., e-1, e-2. Cueto. West Germanv. def Pat Me- oraoo, tvaza, d a e-2. Susan Sloans. Laxirujton. Kv.. def. Frrvko rjkaaawe, Japan, 6-2. 6-1. Kate Gomoert Rancho Mrsee. Caaf.. def. tni teanecn, south Amca, e-r (4-7), e-3. 8 b. TODAY'S SCHEDULI Center Court Horatio de la Pena. Areanoha. us. mim McEnroe (7). Cove Neck. N Y One Evert (3). Boca Raton sl Fwa PM erest uarmany. Martina Nevnjtsovs in. Fort Wolh t,a vs Cattnerms Tanvw. France. Jimmy Connors IBL Sanhal Harm aa Tnrm lapawi. sen uajgo. Court Ne. 1 Menusla llaltsia ISL fkavana Cava. MWX nmf I RKSa Oaterthun, West Gavmarw va Hana I a. wane rap. riance. Mena Jauaovsc. Yuenauwm a Hana m Sxova (4). CzachMlovaiua, oujs-JPamt, Uruguay, vs. Boris Becker (2). vaai wo. j . hvahaae Horrernan, France, vs. Louse Faad. Jai-Alai Fort Pierce Monday's results lst-Swudes 7 Izaguirre 16.20 9.0010.20 4 Jeff 7.6O 4.00 I Txomki 3nn Q: (4-7) 81.00 a, (7-4) 114.60 T: (7-4-1) 428.80 2nd -Doubles 6 Chucho Ash 20.60 0 00 5.40 4 Bringas Elgueta 8.40 5.40 izaeuine unona 4 40 Q: (4-6) 71.20 Pi (8-4) 104.10 T: (S-4-1) 333.40 DO: 7-8 163.60 3rd - Doubles 3 Lopez Elgueta 1 1.80 5.20 3 00 ' 4 Txomln Cruz 8.00 4.60 2 Bnneas Carassus 3 80 Q: (34) 45.60 P: (3-4) 125.70 T: (3-4-2) 242.20 4th -Singles 2 Ortuondo 7.60 4 00 3 fin . 8 Cruz 11.80 4 40 . 5 Chucho 3 80 t (2-S) 63.20 a, (j-g) 1(4 40 T: (2-S-S) 245.00 SmOouhlee 4 Chucno Aranza 54.2031.40 5.80 I Ubdla Gach 4.00 3 00 6 Dupey Astl 3 80 ' O: (1-4) 36.00 P: (4-1) SS SOT: (4-1 ) 442.00 ' OOi 2 14 181.60 2 Txomm Cezec 12.00 8 80 4.20 5 Ortuondo Carassus 10.00 7.20 4 Jeff Aranza 5.40 r (2 5) 33.20 Pi (2 5) lit. 70 T: (2-S-4I t.0 7t - SaigkM 8 Elgueta 18 SO 4 80 5 80 . 1 Uirestl 4.00 3 60 5 Brnias Sao : ft (1-S) 40.00 P: (-l) 13.00 T: (S-l-S) . 03.20 ttk Dostlss - I Iturreeu Dnc 15 80 7 30 3 40 ' 7 Elonketa Carssaii s 5 BO 3.40 3 Dupey Maguna 4 60 0: (17) 44.40 Pi (1-7) 10 SO T: (l-T-3 ' S32.S0 ' 5 Ekxaeu Elgueta 6.80 4.20 2 20 2 Goyaurrettl 11.40 6 20 3 Dupey Okn 300 9-. (2-S) 24.40 P; ($-2) Sl.M T: (S-t-3) 144 JO lOtk-Skiglas I Ekxomta 7.80 2 80 3 20 3 Oamcau 6.20 4 60 7 Gander 5 00 ' Q: (1-3) 2S.40 K (1-) tT.SO T: (1-3-7) 4S2.S0 lltt-DeaMes 3 Romo Ameta 18.60 0 00 0 00 . 7 EkkOKta Maeune 7.4013 20- 4 Damcau Elgueta 24 40 (3-7) S0.20 P: (37) 300 00 T: (3-T4) 434 M SS: 4 OUT OF PAS 2S3.40 12tk- 6 Goya unona 6.20 5 90 3 00 . 3 Bnneaa Bern i 14 80 7 00 8 tzagurre Megune 4 40 CV (3-4) 38.86 P: (4-3) 113.7 Ti rS-S) 767J0 2 Damcau Stock 7 40 3 80 1 00 . 8 Goya Elgueta 2 40 5 00 . 3 Romo OM 4 80 . 0- (2-S) 24 SO P- (2) SS SO T- (J3) W n 00- 1 4 1 4 ItS-tt. SS CAMTOVfJI kaCk-OT: . M.344M . . Horse Racinggulfstream IfV'ednesday's Entries at IS' SOOt 4 YO-eaj Cha. I Castiao tockey 6 Momenlo 5 Loouarxous lover 7 TeS the Man. 11 Alvaredo S Canadan Cncy CenJone 4 Mowmaxi SVaa) Miajs I Tainan pajspaot leeter 3 S S Dancer urneas 7 Snwh Oefcs Brw 2nd (ST. loot 14 V0 doe) s art oeea 108 10 15 I Cka. ll6.66xV 31 S I SI S I S I S I 3 P-JWr 2 Henry t oa I eaaSe Ts !2 HeMW Goat II Cka filMa 7 Sua Wars lung e a exwoj oaancave a Mob aaana 13 a-agk Doraua K TO) up Hones 4 Ban s anasiaa 4 leni akco 9 auauj f ersanr Pmad s f aiase a farwaf ee laake Wt, Oees Cai.'ao 1:6 3 1 Geaattme 112 4 1 evaar 112 l Swam 123 SI leaiar 1 1 J 0 1 leaaav ICS 12 I fnnsoa i 12 I Saraoa IOS 12 I (nnmapaS 1 12 12 1 araraj 112 IM Cavaner 112 15 I Saunas K 70 I aMStas I IS 20-1 9 Ovan lafmng laeter m J 1 Moon Cneasr Panes 112 20-1 II Starkev s Machete Enranapajl 112 70-1 5 konnaw knar Ames 1 19 70-1 4tk (llO.tool I VA fkTy Cka. t20.65 It.OOS. I 114 MBea. P Wereo Jsiaiey sn. Qaexi 6 EH Once Agan N t 1:8 ii S Genne BO Onuses 116 3-1 1 Stnamg Heven Net 6 S-l 3 Coaurne Queen N) 112 SI 2 Kns The wch Gunttaa 116 I 4 Lens Enwujon CaauBo 105 S I 7 Fneae. Vour D iana Baaarar I IS S-1 t Wei s M ktnm Doxapas 117 IO I Ira - (111 6001 1 V. rial Cka. 10 oof 24 ens I 114 Tea). a aaree )i eiii art eaas 5 Anna PAjgr.ss Soto 170 4 haaaa eua NO) l it 4-1 5 B Faet Lad Caanaa III 4 1 S HiaMOwt Ouane lit S-l 3 Tnoi s sa taweay Sow 1 14 S-l 7 Sai oners Saver slmaa 112 SI I Ikxua Oae akavar lorj 10 I 3 Gn-aran Qaa SW) n l 13 Cobbler Souare Hm 108 70 1 Ttk - rt.6.6o64Y6Caa.llfele.60O. I 11 S Turf. 3 Red Bngads S Bat For The Wind 2 Siaas s Tabaj Aises I Rant Partner Prado 4 He s laaaoppabaj Gouamt luayKina Veen 5 GT Hewa eastern T Souee fcxs up aaoarvj B Mazmen My-a, TT7- 117 117 113 113 T5 3-1 4 1 5-1 S-l 7 Bed a' Team Saunas 1 15 3-1 1 True Tan Lee 1 13 S-l 3 OMnpue Soto 113 S-l 4 Svwn-d Raoance Seas IIS 6-1 10 Lofjcei leaser Cameo 106 121 5 Mr laonanao Casnao 108 12 1 2 Benao Parmer 113 15-1 6 What The Hack Cearon II5 20-I My Caaaxc Demean II3 20-I 5 aauban's Grand. GonrakK I As Foa One vekK 117 IOI IOS 15-1 117 20-1 117 20-1 tta rtilAooi t rfl caa. lio.64it.66o. I 114 Tart. , Monday's results 40 4 40 3 70 500 2 80 2.40 P: IS-ll S4S.S0 Alee aaat aretch Won). Chamsng Dev. 0 K Amy Sea 1 114 Tart rtltOOe. eaaa. 1432 Tlniailimiili. Parea srjoitsoioao 2 Coronal A . treua 5 20 4 80 4 tkanrvj Sky Meads iteO (3-XI S3S4.SO: T: (3-2-4, S4T77 40 Asa east Petaoorxan. Fancy Cat. RanaM Horaakov. Ariaxair. Man Gpey. Norm Nmiieeat. Hay cam, Cr- 3 0Puar rjanawi t I T J 2 Scaxtaoaar Hand Mvrue 1 19 4 I 4 Fas Anenat lesajr 1 1 7 M l Gonnser i 113 l 5 D-vxvajaori Oaavvjnd AoewMo I 113 SI Maoval Coil arsjiai Caffakane I 117 S-l S OuV Cnoper Seearer I IT SI I eavamad Caataaj I OS 1-1 7 Nxa . Maaaor lavaja j 113 20-1 1st S Palings (STOP fc ahaa, 119 3 StahYig Cup Oarseen IIJO SOO 380 I See ws Game fknan 380 20 10 Tn ss us lady, eoervjuat S 40 axe "a Cavohn s Chana, Sap Tmaard. tkne Hay. Ova) -x Faxoja knot las area, kon 1 lasnai aa) s ii 11 ai raeooe k aaaa, 1113 10 foe kka le uanx fckana It 20 7 70 3 SO Ttk S ai (StOOSJ; aaaa. Ill 2 I Joke arxssa. kemos j 2 Tonsht kN Love. Vats) ll-auaj kaacaaN Scuxao SS0 37O t tabs n laaav 2 aO a- tie-ll) So BO- Tt (1S-II-SI S2SS.SS oe 43-101 tire e aaaaaaf. exg Pence ti Comata. Paddaas Puk, 26S0I340 S no tOO 4 90 X, an r- im I1UZS: T: (I I S) 5104UJ. AJaa eaer aajvy Saaa. Gmea Runnai. io Tat Dan. Puosc fvaxsa. Pxisanai. Ever Carver 3 1 114 Taa) (410044: aaaa. 1413 8 Go Neah. preae 0 40 30 I axi-a t j . On 0m 4 00 30 420 rrajuis-. s I S20.SOO- eVd fit 6061 I4V4 Yi) tit tot pa ai baay satoaas 4 a Cat a7 1.! Jl 5 Oa atae aann Sakarar 112 41 8 aae Caasaaa bvtraa 1 17 SI I? aaj m has 117 SI I ? vaa trya lee 112 SI 1 lexr-v 1,7 SI 7 ar aanrakS 1-7 171 : aavue kaakaa am aa ajow. Caraaax I ; 5 J i 11 Pnorva hkniaFs taaav ink 4 12 tea s CranetHva Soknasar IOS S-l 3 aaaa a Scanoai faas 117 SI 4 OwMa im ansa III I Sranai Xae (aanke 117 SI 7 amaj ana Lara Saraas 117 12 1 t fee Ian Senas 117 17 1 jnaaa. h a ITS TO I 3 kaa La 'a a 1 1 7 TO I 10 Man Oa uus I 1 i lem 70-1 T 10 1 s .rac Coupon turn too Ma Duane f eaaa Lee a. saana TTT 117 IIT 117 I IS 117 S3 4 1 SI SI S-l SI IJuaex axaaj ao ana my tva i iit ajtaa r4 t ear as I xx ax us si T Oarjaa 1 f IS-ll S3SSS Ma-xRilaklikSavg- kaa tac 3 I 4 ( 4 P t tt axt Pua. Sxermonx Next S4 Car il.a 4Ueoe rsajeajj; , the tmtSmm aaa. 147 4 k0 340 ISO IfiOO S70 400 114 151 112 11 T IS I tn is. 1 ifrra (ill too, 4 ,t tk lii M J" tsees 1 him Zm " - - ! C avn tai t nvrai steal ss ease ease Ofwa taa aji aoisasas. ha ti m mm tax aej Cees Con kkse FantaaB. fmm Uaaa 0 racaike am. 1114 Mas sao 1 no 440 340 laasa 1 an p- avai sai T- ra-aa tit3 M oaajx OvaX Wl SI , I eaer Lax a Tha thj-ao-v 1 isaiaiaiuiiiiaLaaaasSaa- Sk I tt Tart glllllji taae. IT 1 t las akxe. aeae 1140 470 370 30 aaaa. lasar 4 00 2 0 va 0 lix'wwx Vaa seo a- eua ssi sst Y fs-t-g) ttrss k xavs. Oar aaaa I Uasxaa Kan (nnjaa t vaa aaaa lxa iis tmt fSllSSsXk aaaa. 1411 1 ine uaugaa t JO 4 no I to tassa S 00 S 40 340 a- a m t't r a-3-iT S2SS.S laaa aVD 5 : Caraai 1.1 ii Avies Copy wins ils 1st stakes in Jersey Patm Beacti Post Wire Services CHERRY HILL, NJ. - Avies Copy took the lead for good oa the . first turn and beld off a rally on tne ; far outside by Proudest Duke to win the 43rd running of the $500,000 Jersey Derby Monday at Garden State Park. It was the first slakes victory for " Avies Copy, the surprising third-; place finisher in the Kentucky Derby as a member of the mutuel field, -and it earned him a conditional trip ' to the June ( Belmont Stakes. Owner T. Brown Badgett said the : condition was that the borse came out of the stakes in good coodiUoo. . Avies Copy looked good in win-ning the Grade IX 1 V,-mile Jersey . Derby in 2 OJH. The J-year-old too of Lord Ane broke from the rail -and was put on the lead by Jockey : Mickey Solomooe oa the first ttan. -

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