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4S Thk Dks Moines Rkgistkr Tiksday. March 29, 1994 Baseball Sports Roundup Baseball COLLEGE MO TIN low -J, NorthwVTttriri-4 WA COtLIOt Buana Villa 4-J. Herdtn-Slmmom 14-11 Grand Vlow W-to, Clarka U SI. Sctiolajtlca. (Minn.) 10-3, Dubuo a-a IOWA JUMOft COU.EGI Waldorf i-4, Ranger (Tawu) 7-11 owa cou.ECf iiwiicbww " AT DES MOINFS Grind VWw Swanion, Maca Sontu and HNIhon. Hi Bows. Bougnar Grand Vlaw Swanton Macavlc (3) and Klatar; C3 t-l tvmds 2, ? 000 -' I ! (31 and MaKiar; Klatar. FarlarvW Kofcert and VVUvxv HR-CV. Reynolds. A I KJWA c rv .in ODD 01 I .101 l -a M I Iroedar. Levev (4). Zlmamer (5) and Clemonv Murray (5), vvatmar and Flihman. w Watmar (3-1). L Schroa- lowa and Clerr .300 000 44 tl 1 O J derJO-J) Pterin wast lawa 101 010 Klcnand. Cummins u) and Oamom. Murray (7); Glendlnnlng. Schulte (5), Baioar (7), Hoist (7) and Flihman. VV Cummins (J-0). L Schulla (0-J). BASEBALL AMERICA TOP B I. Fullerton Slate 4-5;TFTorida Slat J-7: 3 Southern Cailtomla 72-t, 4. Georgia Tech 19-4, 5. Louisiana Slate l-6, 6. Miami 23-fc 7. Texas 25-9, I. Oklahoma Stale 19-7, . Wlcfilte Stale 13-7; 10. Arliona State J4-W.ll. Tennessee JO-6, 12 Stanford 10-12; II Norm Carolina Slate 23-4. 14. Ohio Slate 14-3. IS. Clemson 26-4; 16. Long Beach Stale l"-7; 17 Kansas l-4; 11 Washington Stale 20-4; 19 Rice 22-11; 20 Auburn Tl-4; 21. Nevada H-5T 22. Washington 19-6; Lamar 17-9; 24. South F&rle 21-1, 2S. Oklahoma 11-1. NCAA DIVISION I TOP 25 1. Florida Southern (31-2)-490 j Armstrong Slate (Ga.) (27-S-1) 452 J. Rollins (Fla.) (27-5) .. 450 4. CS-Dominiguej Hills (Vf) 430 1 North Alabama (19-4-2) 426 6 Southern Indiana (15-5) 386 . Tamoa (24-iT . Mansfield (PaTTi3-4) . cal HOIV-SLO (17-10) . VaWosta State (Ga.) (li'-yT Laitornia-Kiversioe izi-u Cent. Missouri stale (19-71 sc .-Amen (20-14). we state (!-)- Ig U M4 8 ma- ifrai Oklahoma (20-4) irlnaflrtd (Man I t 19. Jacksonville State (24-S) 20. North Florida (18-9) 5T SI Joseph's (Ind.) (14-6) !. Adewni (N Y.) ( 6-JI 1. 1 (13-4).. I. California Pa.) 24. Cal Poty-Pomona (20-11). 25. Georgia CoBeoe (26-11-1). 16 16 176 174 :18 .102 . 98 Lewis-Clark (Idaho) (13) (1y-7-l)..73B (10-31 .000 2. Southeastern Oklahoma (3) l. uaias ttaprtsr ioi (j-i. 4. St. Francis (IB.) ft) ( -9)., i SI. Andrews IN C. (4) m-tuZ i. Cumberland (Tenn.) (21-7) 7. Point Lome Nazarene (20-6). a west t-orioa ( u uz-w... 9. Brewlon-Parker (Ga.) (24-4).. w-il 10. Birmlnoham Southern 11. St Thomas (Fla.) (II (25-9). iz monievaiio lAia.) ui-t) 13. Nova (Flo ) (23-9) 14. Aiusa Pacific (CalK.) (18 15. Southern Arkansas (19-7 1i Oklahoma City (17-12-1) a Texas Wesievan (24-7)... io. peiievue (Neo.t M-ot I fTMarv's (Texas) 7'-7:W. a. bmory-Ktoaie (i-iaj da 21. Flager (Fla ) (21-15) 22. Union (Tenn.) (19-5) 23. Ohio Dominican (14-8) 24. Hawaii Pacific (13-3) 25. Spring Hill (Ala.) (19-7) Softball college IOWA COLLEGE Buena Vista 12, Ramaoo (N.J.) 0 Buena Vlslo 4, Wisconsin-Stevens Point 3 Cornell 10-10, Dubuoue 0-0 Lores 10-13, Vlterbo 1-3 IOWA JUNIOR COLLEGE Butler County (Kan.) 7:2, Waldorf 5-5 Waldorf 16, Neosho County (Kan.) 12 NAIA TOP 25 I.Oklahoma City (1) (21-5) I. Kennesaw Slate (Ga.) (21-2).. I. west Florida w-n util Pitrlflr (?) (n-61 Unnlinnrtnn (&! 1 (NA) 269 Pacific Lutheran (Wa. (3) (9-8).215 S. California Colleoe (NA) TOO AAnhilp (Ala ) (17-11-11 198 William Woods (Mo.) (!) (20-8) 192 (ill 14-5) 10. St. Marys (Texas) (1 11 rnliimnia (Mo.) (20-1 12 Athens State (Ala.) (2) (13-0). 13. TusculumJTenn.) (I) (NA) 14. Belmont (Tann.) (17-J) li Texas Lutheran (15-3) U HnMnii-HIIO (13-10) 17! Lambuth (Tenn.) (1) (NA). ..163 160 ..149 .129 18. Pacific (Ore.) (1 (3-1) 19 SI Francis ( I . 7- 20. Dana (Neb.) (NA) 21. MouiK Mercy (13-2). 22. Simon Fraser (B.C.) n I lrvknwood (Mo.) (! 24. Georgian Court (N.J.) (4-0). .107 91 . 78 :8 . 56 - S3 Basketball CBA PLAYOFFS PLAYOFF-ENTRY TOURNAMENT AT BISMARCK, N O. American Conlerence TodaVs Game 00 Fort Wavne vs. Rochester Wednesday's Game 6.-00 Fort Wayne-Rochester winner vs. Quad Cltv Today's Game 600 Yakima vs. Sioux Falls Wednesday's Game 9:00 Yakima-Sioux Falls winner vs. Wichita Fans REGULAR SEASON LEADERS Scaring Oliver, Rfd . James, wf . Moves, Fm Bardo, Wf .. Monroe, Ror FG 383 266 242 226 Edwards, Sf SO hoiiis, loi .... Harmon. Col Jent, Col 54 T.Wilms, Fw 56 Farmer, Sf S3 Thomosn, Fm .. 54 Bngnhmr, Har ..45 Chikft, Qc 56 Marble. Fm . 46 36 XI 54 434 430 223 375 208 110 188 Pis Ave 980 22 J 749 22.7 730 20J 628 203 1129 20.2 1002 200 714 IV Robinson, Yak . 47 329 Thomas. Gr 55 Gay, Omh 52 Tlllmon, Yak 55 Grandsn, Ror 56 George, Oc 49 Kennedy, Gr 34 Payne. Trl 55 Johnson, Rfd 55 Wheew Ror ..55 Rebaundng G Lane, Rc 46 Grandsn, Ror ...56 Lear. Trl 56 Bngnhmr, Her .45 Martin, Oc 55 Thomeson Rc ..42 T Wlllms, Fw -.56 Massop. Lc 56 Farmer, Sf 53 Bieckwll. Omh . 55 PG Percanlaga Ogg. Coi Thompson, Rc Cows, Omh Manning, Rc Robinson. Rfd Martin. Yak Gallagher, Omh Bed. & SumoMr. Okc Rose Har 1057 1038 1025 970 980 814 1003 805 818 955 174 316 262 322 278 332 219 390 356 327 OR 207 259 208 108 188 155 150 171 146 268 141 275 882 911 922 803 554 896 893 883 Tat 599 659 545 430 508 370 469 456 414 416 170 166 165 16.4 163 163 162 161 & 11.8 9.7 9a 92 88 84 81 78 It fa pga Pet Crawford. Har . Chiws. Oc Bwckwei Lc Woe mi, Har Neal, Omh juotmo, Fw Ba'do. Wf Johnson, Rfd 99 ISO M0 . 218 338 MS ..208 330 AJ0 102 167 411 89 147 60S 258 431 399 ..248 426 .582 !69 292 .579 90 156 .577 . 267 463 STJ G Ast Avf .51 479 9 4 -55 471 84 41 332 81 .54 473 7 .54 399 74 52 359 69 .46 310 67 .29 190 66 .31 202 65 -S5 358 6.S mo ' - - 'vii . VOv J "I don't mind playing on artificial turf. It's the fake spectators that gives me the creeps." Bowling ABC-PBA SENIOR MASTERS At GREEN ACRES, FLA. third-round Leaden ( !8-game pinfal) 1. Jav Rabkuan, Coral Springs, Fla., I Roger Workman, Kenova, Va 3450. IGory Dickinson, Edmond, Okla., 4 Man Beran, Muscatine, 3401 S. John Handegard, Las Vegas, 3,401. 4. Bob Shatter, Barberton, Ohio, 3J9I. Huntsviiw, Aia Arlington, Texas, a PUA AMolt. Knnwt Cltv. 3J81. 10. MM Sarnardzaa, Farmlngton HHIs, Mich. 3J79 11. Roy Buckley, New Albany, Ohio, 12 Gene'Stus, Allen Park, Mk., 3J45. IX Kellh Fenon. CaMax, $900, V M TaH Fntau TwiVM FIJI . IS. Robert Gtibs, AbiWne, Texas, 3J28. 14. Lou tvanctcWvandotte, Mich., 3J15. 17. Taaia WW, wanague, rtj.t . 18. Dave Soutar, Leawood. Kan, 19. John Damon, rvuaieno. i exas, Larry Lands, Souderton, Pa., Golf SOUTHWEST MISSOURI ST. MEET AT SPRINGFIELD, MO. Turn trartna 1, tie, Nebrasluj. Northwesierr iSlate LeJ 623; 3. North Texas 624; 4 Southeast Missouri Slate 6; 1 thernlj-nols 632, 6. Arkansas Slate 634; 7. Wlchl- la Stale 635; 8. Arkonsas-LitiwKocr. mo; ?. Oral Roberts 638, 10. New Orteans 641; !i ttt AAA 19 Kansas S ate 645; 13. Jackson Stale 646; 14. Ulnots Slaw 647; (SMrssourl 651, V lie, Southwe Missouri Slate, Drake 652; 18. Bradwy 655. Imm nana Laadan Iowa State-McCormlck 159; Korver 161; stauner i . ... , Drake-Slaeier 155; Boemert 158; Tnomas ea. MEN STATE TOURNAMENT AT MUSCATINE PLAMOR LANES Taam Laadars Otv. 11. Gateway Lanes I, Coundl Bluffs, 3,417; 2. Horizon Lanes, Dubuoue, 3 ,380; 3. Johnnv Coir's Pro Shop, Waterloo, 3,328; 4 Steamboat Gardens, Waterlog, 3 JOS; 5. Horiion Lanes, Bee- vue, 390; 6. pro Lonneown rro anop, Davenport, 3.2B6; I. lenoer irap, Burlington, 3,275; 8. Gateway Lanes II, Council Bluffs, 3,270. Dtv, 2-1 Brati Texaco, Cenfervflle, im i rmvrs Hvbrld. Alia. 3.165; 1 Lowden Fertilizer, Iowa City, 3.113; 4. Milts Marketing, Storm Lake, 3X75. Country Bumpkins, Shenandoah, 3,082; J R's, West Union, 3,080; 7. Louis fch, Wesl Liberty, J.080; 8. Denny's House ot i Kne, west liobttv, jd. rSatMM Laadon Dtv. 1-1. David Mitchell-Larry Gen-ak. Sr. Ames, JL514; 2 Marty Umpe- AMke tnckson, uuouque. i,o, a yon rLort-l rrv inrtunnl Watertoo. 1 &tR 4. Mike Sfromert-John Cassidy, Cedar Rapids, 1,469; 5 Rod Potter-Jim oon- non. Oes Moines. 1463; 6. Bob Andersen-Mlke Sander, Council Bluffs, 1,458; 7. Bm Fnorcl-Rnh Hnrhntin. Otjbuaua. 1,415; t. Scott Punteney-Larry Punle-nev, Coundl Bluffs, 1,414 , Dtv. 2-1. Bob Northrup-Dennls Chamberlain, Cedar Rapids. 1J89; 2. Bruce Robblns-Dan Strand, Alto, 1J74; 5. Ray Cox-Bob Bremer, Fort Dodge, IMS; 4. Kon aneiTon-1 om F.eei, wou-kon, 1J31; 5. Ken Wlnke-Paul Promnltz, Waukon, 1,331; 6. Glen Miller-Randy Van Blalrcome, Ottumwo, 1 J28, 7. Todd Lawshe-Curt Schrock. Audubon. Robert Dean-Curtis Shepherd, Clinton, U23. Singles Leaders rtfu 11 Inn Mtxwmv. Wntervn. 789, 2. Jim Petrak, Cedar Rapids, 771, 1 Larry Snyder, Muscatine, Joe Sylvester, Elkader, 769; S Craig Barber. Waterloo, 767; 6. Norm Weets, Clinton. 763, 7. Mike 6o; a. Kanov xivler. Tnunrll B uffs Hugoins, Jasper County, 759. Drv. 2 1. Jim Kuoy, wesi urjerry, 750; 2.Tlm McKnkjhl, Greenfield, 738; 3. John Rick, Oskatoosa, 724; 4. Brad Rws, lowa Lliv, UM 3. Kanay cms. rosrviiie, 708; 6. Amle Krlener, West Union, 707; 7. Roland Ford, Davenport, 706; 8. Rick Powers, Cenlervllw, 705. AS Events Dtv. 1-1. Mike Sanders, Council Bluffs, 2,223; 2. Ron Fuerst, Dubuque, 2, 165; 3. Joe Svtvesler, Elkader, 2,155; 4. Jay Watts, Coundl Bluffs, 2,150; S Larry Anderson, Waterloo, 2,131; 6. Jeff Pen-Ick, Des Moines, 2.1Q; 7. Andy Staub, Cedar Rapids, 2122; 8. Marty Lampe, pubuaue, Jim Polrok, Cedar Rapids 2,107 Dtv. 1-1. Lvle Bullne, lows City, 2,018, 2 Mike Larson, Sanborn, 1,989; 3. Dan Dartand, Clarion, 1,986, 4Jvike RIs-dahl, Story Clly. 1,984; 5. Tom Kohn, Alia, 1,977; 6. Bob Northrup, Cedar Rapids, 1,975; 7. Mike Hackman, West Union. 1,972; 8. Scotl Hawkins, Center-vlUe, 1,969. WOMEN'S STATE TOURNAMENT AT WATERLOO Team Leaders I 1. KO Pro Shop, OJA, 2JJ97; 2. Bud Lite, Clinton, 2,858; 3. Taco Johns, Muscatine, 2,761 II 1. Bubba's Babes, Belmond, 2,625; 2. Industrial Supply, Dubuque, 2,586; 1 Cedar Lanes, Tiplon, 2,4. III 1. Gutter Queens, MarshaHtown, 2,470, 2. Savings Bank, Tiklonke, 2,449, 3. ConneH Aviation, Independence, 2,418. IV 1. Koln Construction, Jasper County, 2,474; 2 Detores Beauty Shop, Dubuoue, 2,442; 3. Schultz Funeral Home, DeWItt, 2J41 V 1. Strike Shoppers. Van Buren County, 2,255; 2. R -Motel. Garner, 2,235; 3. Schoneman Realtors, Garner, 2,232. 1-1. Paula Monsom-Sleph Wlesl, Dubuque, 1,268; 2 Cindy Garvev-Vlckl Sreensen, Cllnlon, U45, 3. Dorl Weston-Gma Ballard. DJvV, 1,2M. -!. Karri Elliot-Marsha GIMand. Muscatine, 1,171; 2. Penny Henrv-Carhy Sward. Boone, 1,142; 3. Connie Wleslsn-der-LaRee Cory, Jasper County, 1J371. III I. LaVonne Ludwlg-Joyce Schwebke, Anamosa, 1,084; 2. Doddv Schoep-Eslher Day, DM., 1,068, 3 Bonnie Stoelk-Kelll Huston, Denison, 1,060. IV 1. Kay Petersen-Cyndl Petersen, Harlan, 1,002; 2. Sandi Hutst-Marllyn Ingham, Gladbrook. 100; 3. Sheila Ka-tmska-Trudv CDonnell, Elma, 999. V l. Sherry Baudier-Betty Handwy, Greenfield, 952, 2. Darcv Wortev-Wanda LehrVamp, Carroll, 938, 3. Paula Schoe-neman-Carol Larson, Garner, 927. Singles I eailai i 11. Gerianne Howell, Muscatine, 696; 2. Sieph Wiest, Dubuoue, 687; 3. KeKv Povne. DM, 671 H-l Diane Clark, Osage, 644; 2. Pern Sielnhaus, Tltonka, 634, 3. Mechete Harger, OskaMosa. 626. Ml-1 Bev Pleters, Etdora, 641; 2. Donna Sexe-Risdai, Ames, 584; 3. Sherry Simon, DeWltl. 572. (V 1. Cindy Jecobson, Storm Lake, 546; 2 Colleen Jones, DM. S41; 1 Virginia Winter. Sioux Cltv, 540. V-l Shety Berrvtm, A del, 526; 2 Saev Soremen, Greenfield, 517, 3. Freda Baler, Anemic. S10 AB Events 11. Gerianne HoweH, Muscatine, 1,918, 2. Kelly Payne, OM, 1,895; 3. VVkW Wetzel. Davenport, 1,834 1-1. Jeri Beam, Adel, 1437; 2 Dorothy Flnke, Grundy Center, 1433, 3. EH anor Vlvone, DM, UI3. W 1. Heather Brothers, Dubuque, 1,584; 2 Marttyn Streeper, Monticeko, 1,573; 3. Becky Boeckman, Sumner, 1J73 rv 1 Diane Grlftel, Marsheittown, 1,538; 2 Tracy Deardorff, Adel, 1.511, 1 Trlcle Mlzea. Elkader, 1,502 V-l. Snety Berrynal, Adel. 175. I Freda Bawr. AnanHc, 1X3, 1 Nancy Davis. Onumwa, 1,425. Today in History lW-Termessee routs Louisiana Tech 67-44 to win me NCAA women's beskrtbat champkxishio Itaa-The NFL's Cons wave the dry of Baltimore m the early hours ot the merit heeded tor kvMnesoM. Tennis SOUTH AFRICAN OPEN AT SUN CITY, SOUTH AFRICA FM round Lars Jonsson, Sweden, beat Jonathan Stark (8), Medford, Ore., i-2, 6-4; Henrfk Dreekman, Germany, beat Neville Gojtwln, South Africa, 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; AWxander Mronz, Germany, beat David Nalnkin, South Africa, 7-6 17-J), 6-2; carv rviuiwr, doutn mttiu beat blanluca Pozzl, Italy, 6-7 (6-8), t-'. 7-6 (10-8). FAMILY ORCLE CUP AT HILTON HEAD ISLAND, S.C Caroline KuWman, First round- Lakeside Park, Kv. beat Chanda Rubin (13), Lafayette, La. 6-1, 6-4; Emanueia Zardo. Switzerland, beat Lorl McNeil, Houston (11), 7-6 (7-2), 1-6, 6-4; Aman da coetzer (y), doutn Arnca, oeai p.ann Kschwendt, swltzenend, 6-4, 6-z; oren-da Schultz (12), Netherlands, beat Rad-ka Zrubakova, Slovakia, 6-2, 6-2, Ginger Helgeson (15), Alpine, Calif., beat Laura Garrone, Itatv, 6-1, 6-4, Barbara Rlttner (16), Germany, beat Laurence Courtols, Belgium, 6-3, 6-2; Lisa Raymond, Wayne, Pa., beat Noelle van Lottum, Netherlands, 6-1, 4-4; Nelland, Ukraine, beal Krtsifne Radford, Australia, 6-3, 7-S; Krlslle Boogert, Netherlands, beal Helen Kektsl, Canada, 6-3, at tugenia o-a. jnvn rni ,,ai. u Moniokovo, Russia, 6-1, 6-1; Joanelte Kruger, South Africa, beat Ann Grossman, Grove City, Ohio, 6-2, 6-2, Neus Avila, Spain, beat Janelle Husarova, Slovakia, 6-1, 6-2; Radka Bobkova, Czech Republic, beal Ruxandra Orago-mlr, Romania, 6-2, 5-7, 7-6 (7-5); Ines C-Tochalegul, Argentina, beal Merce des Paz, Argentina, o-1, o-j. Auto Racing POINT LEADERS INDYCAR WORLD SERIES (After one of t6 events) 1. Michael Andretti, Revnerd-Ford, 21; I Emerson Flttipaldl, Penske-llmor, 16, 3. Mario Andretti, Lola-Ford, 14, 4 Jimmy Vasser, Reynard-Ford, 12; S. Stefan Johansson, Penske-llmor, 10; 6. Ma . , . .-i... r ,1 In DManl.Cwrf Mike Groff, Lola-Honda, 8; 8. Teo Fabi, Reynard-llmor, 6; 9. Nigel Manse, Lola-Ford, 5; 10. Scott Goodyear, Lola-Ford, 3; 11. Scott Sharp, Lola-Ford, 2; IZ. ucmimc twoson, LOta-roro, i. NASCAR WINSTON CUP (After five of 30 events) 1. Ernie Irvan. Ford. 860. 2. tie, Mark Martin, Ford, Dale Earnhardt, Chevrolet, 779; 4 Ken Schroder, ChevroWl, 668; 5. Ricky Rudd, Chevrolet, 657; 6. Lake Speed, Ford, 647; 7. Morgan Shepherd, Ford, 640; 8 Jeff Gordon, Crwvrowl, 614, 9. Sterling Martin, Chevrolet, 610, 10. Terry Labonte, Chevrolet, 609; 11. Kyle Petty, Ponllac. 602; 12. Ted Musgrave, Ford, 566; 13. Rusty Wallace, Ford, 560, 14. Jeff Burton. Ford. 5W; 15. But biuon, Ford, 548. NASCAR BUbCH UKANU NA I UflAL (After six ot 28 races) 1. Terry Labonte. ChevroWl, 882; I Kenny Wallace, Ford, 831; 3. Randy La- Chevrolet, 737; i ller'mW SedWr, Chev roWl. 7Z7; 6 Robert tn-essiey, Lnevrowt, 726; 7. Chad Lime. Ford. 692; & Tim Fe- dewa, Ford, 680, 9. Tracy Leslie, Chev roWl, oy; io. uavn oreen, (.nevrowi, 673. .... FORMULA ONt (After one of IS events) 1. Michael Schumacher. Benetton- Ford, 10; 2 Damon Hill, WIHIams-Re-neufl, 6; 3. Jean AWsl, Ferrari, 4; 4. Rubens Berrlchello, Jordan-Hart, 3, SU-kyo Katavama, Tyrrell-Yamaha, 2; 6. Karl Wendllnger, Sauber-Mercedes Benz, 1. NBA MONDAY'S GAMES AT INDIANAPOLIS, INO. . j-fl J, Woods 0-4 0-0 4 Tote 34-79 II. Richardson 0-5 0-4 0. KJrVfiams H 1-2 13, Milchea 1-2 0-0 2, Scott 4 H 0, Ffemlng 0-1 2-2 2, iiahT M HI lOWS 5J-V 10-41. LAST" figSZi8 Thrae-oolnt ooals Millar L Re boundsLos Angekn 44 (Vaught 7), Indiana 59 (5 DavStO). A uisls Los An- E18 (Harper, Jackson 6), Indiana 35 lardson 10). Fours Cos AtobMs 17, na 24. Technicals Hs, Defter), A.Davis. A 12J16. AT SEATTLE, WASH. WeW$U 20. R.WlBarm 4-11 S-S 12, Mufombo 2-6 M 9, Abdul-Rau) -tJ 4-4 12. Sllth 1-4 1-1 1, Rogers 6-9 44.8). Peck 5-12 1-1 11, Harrrriwds 4-4 44) i Randal 1-12-2 4 Tows 37-78 20-31. SEATTV.e.(111) ft-17 B-IO 20, Pavton 10-22 5-S 23, Perkins 2-9.3-4 Askew 2-8 4-6 8. McMillan H 0-1 N, Schemer 0-1 0-4.0, Ford4-t H 0, RKing 1-1 0-0 1 Totals 37-97 34-41 i. R W8- Three-Doinl aoah Roaers Hams, MtMan , n Denver 58 (MulomI (Kemp mi. assisis- Denver 30, Seattle 2: A 14,551. Perkins. Rebounds mbo 2T). Sealtle 61 l Denver 24 (Pack i). Seettto 25 (Gill. Pavton, McMwan 4). Fouls Denver 30. Seattle 25. Techni cals Denver Wegal defense 1, Peyton. INDIVIDUAL LEADERS (THROUGH SUNDAY) Scarlna G Robinson, SA 67 O'Neal, Or! 48 Oleiuwon, Hou 47 Wllklns, AM.-LAC .63 K. Matone, Utah -74 663 Ewlng, N Y 64 432 Richmond. Sac 64 518 Plppen.Chl. 59 ,511 Rice, Mia 68 568 FT Pis Ave 571 1951 29.1 37$ 177 29.1 329 1805 26.9 374 1623 2SJ 430 1764 2Si 38S 1653 25.0 372 1504 23i 215 1280 217 217 1463 21i Sprewei, GS. 67 509 300 1431 2U Mnnng, LAC-Att .57 503 202 1210 217 Harper, LAC 43 492 266 1314 20.9 Dumars, Del 40 440 252 1233 206 Cowman, NJ 62 C Robinson, Port. 69 MllWr, Ind. 44 Jackson, Dal 68 Mashbum, Dal. ..65 Willis, Atl. 3S9 1270 204 207 Slarks, N Y 59 K Anderson, NJ. 47 F WW Goal Mliwr, Phew. O'Neal, Ort Thorpe, Hou. , Mutombo, Den. Webber, G.S WWIams. Port Kemp. Sea. Spencer, LAC .. Potynice, Det.-Sac Vauoht. LAC Stockton Utah Rtboundng D ...... c O'Neal. Ort Z OWIuwon, Hou. . Mutombo, Don. oakwy, n.t. Willis. All CoWmen. N.J. K. Malone, Utah Ewlno. N Y Divac, LAI ASSIStS Stockton, Utah Bogues, Char. Blavlock. An. K. Anderson, NJ. . Jackson, LAC K. Johnson, Phoe, . Douglas, Bos. Strickland, Port. price, lwv. G Off .64 377 .68 318 .67 198 67 238 48 297 275 .42 223 .70 201 .44 179 47 439 544 289 1394 429 331 1280 204 533 235 1314 197 468 250 1255 197 516 220 1257 T94 410 187 1120 WD 481 277 1270 19J) PG PGA PCI 258 424 .60S 801 1330 .402 368 441 .574 298 532 .560 472 853 .543 256 465 451 427 776 .550 247 453 445 297 560 430 288 546 J27 393 746 427 CMf TOt Al AVI 766 1143 177 564 884 13.0 607 80S 12 .0 553 791 11J 497 794 11. 492 767 114 497 720 114 594 75 1M 558 737 112 250 490 740 1IJ3 G NO Al .70 893 ,43 M. Williams, Minn. . 47 452 67 628 -67 583 -53 460 -45 561 -69 593 -44 514 107 9.7 94 8.7 87 84 84 8.0 74 TEAM LEADERS Transactions BASKETBALL NATIONAL BASKETBALL ASSOCIATION LiHUt- Susoended Hakeem Oiakj- won, Houston center, for one game and fined htm 12,500 tor making Intentional DhvieCal contact wtth referee Bill Sooon- or during Sunday night's game, Mtanota-foned Andres Gulberf, center. FOOTBALL NATIONAL FOOTBALL LEAGUE Cfeiclnmt-Sioned Darrfctt BHU. of fensive lineman, fb a two-year contract. IndtoiMMfe-Released Chip Banks, IkwoacTXer. Vernj Signed Leo Araguz, punter-Reggie Brown, wide receiver; and George Rooks, defensive tackle. HOCKEY NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE League Susoended Serok Momes- so, Vancouver forward, for two games and fined htm S500 for a stick -swinging incident in a game against the New York Rangers on Frtdav night. Hartford Recalled John Stevens. defenseman, from Springfield of the American Hockey League N.Y. IslamMrs-Recaited Dave Chy-zowskl and Ziggv Palffv, left wings, from Salt Lake Cftv of the tfrternationai Hock- ev Ltgue m. uwn-Mnr lerry mmnger, oe-feraeman, Torry Hrkac, center, and VI-tail Karamnov. left wing, lo Peoria of the Internetlofvai Hockey League. COLLEGE Arkansas State Named Tom Jordan tight ends coach and assistant remitting coordinator. Oaylon Announced the rwfanetton of Sue Ramsey, women's baskeibaN coach. FierMa stale susoentied Df-rrk CarroK, forward, Indefinitetv for fading to (blow presaibed academic guidelines. m aiet bKtenoeo comrect at John Miller, women's basketball coach, through Wo-97. Twniuw Named Kevin CTNefa. men's twskenwi coach West Texas AIM- Announriwl the resignation of Ron Steete, footoal coach. Named Morris Stone Interim football coach. pewani Kanwcirv Announced we resignation of Ran. WBard, men's bas ketbai coach. rMJaj)atd AmoLanrad the rei Ignenon of Bob Lewieu, men's basket- Team Offansa C Ph Aw PtvienlK 48 7153 108.1 Charlolle 47 7144 Portland 49 7352 Golden SI 67 7094 Seattle 67 7052 Orlando 48 7083 Miami 48 7041 LA Cllnoen 47 4921 New Jersey 47 4871 Atlanta 48 6943 Cleveland 69 6967 Sacramento 48 4856 Uloh 70 7049 LA. Lakers 67 6732 San Antonio 69 6930 Denver 47 4729 Houston 47 4709 Boston 44 4554 Washington 48 4751 Indiana 67 4604 New York 48 4456 Chicago 69 4737 Philadelphia 49 4676 Milwaukee 48 6543 Minnesota 68 6539 Detroit 68 4532 Dallas 68 4421 Team Defense 6 Pts New York 48 4179 San Antonio 49 4530 Chicago 69 4544 Houston 47 6441 Atlanta 48 6549 Seattle 47 4454 Indiana 47 4490 Cleveland 69 6690 Utah 70 4817 Denver 47 4630 Miami 48 6791 New Jersey 67 6741 Orlando 48 6902 Minnesota 68 6921 Milwaukee 68 6924 Detroit 48 7017 Phoenix 48 7029 PhliodeWila 49 7143 Dallas 48 7045 Portland 49 7157 Boston 64 6860 L.A. Lakers 67 6973 Golden SI 47 7045 Sacramento 68 7273 LA. Cliooers 67 7172 Woshington 48 7322 Charlotte 67 7224 toe.1 1064 1064 1059 WSJ 1042 1034 1037 1024 W2.1 W1.0 1004 100.7 100.5 100.4 1004 1001 997 997 984 97.9 974 964 967 967 941 944 90? 944 94.8 961 967 967 969 974 974 990 999 1006 1014 1014 1014 1037 1014 103.5 1034 103.7 103.9 104.1 1011 1070 1074 1077 1074 Hockey NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE MONDAY'S GAMES Dales. norkta . AT MIAMI, FLA. 1 1 fcj eurtnall 20 ama.wlnnM (MrPhM Fvn-vil. 1445. 2nd. Dallas, Moog, 23-17-6 (31 shots-27 saves); Florida, VonbtesDrouck. 20-22-10 (21-16). AT MONTREAL, QUEBEC Ottawa I i Montreal -.1 I rTwtnr4no aaai--uiMv euliled). 1936. 3rd. Goalies Ottawa. BilUngion, 9-37-3 (33 snots-30 saves); Montreal, Tugnutt, 12-17-2 (21-19). AT VANTntlVFR RC t 0 13 Game-wlnnins goal Craven 14 18 Vancouver . (Bure, Diduck), 347, OT. Goalies To ronto, Potvin, 32-19-9 (30 snots-27 saves); Vancouver, Whltmore, 16-12-0 (29-27). SCORING LEADERS (Through Sunday) Gretrkv, Los Angeles Fedorov, Detroll Oates, Boston. Gilmour. Toronto. Raccni, Phlladefenia-, Bure, Vancouver Roenick. Chicago Andrevchuk, Toronto, Hun. St. Louis Boroue, Boston... Llndros, PhiledeOfia Shanahen. St Loua Jegr, Pittsburgh Br Ind Amour, PN'detonia Francis. Plttsrxrgh. Sheooerd, Detroit Reichei. caigarv.. Turgeon. N Y Damonousse, Montreal Modano. Dallas Sokic. cuebec- Stevens, Pittsburgh.. 6 A Pis 37 84 123 52 41 113 32 72 104 24 78 104 37 43 100 53 45 98 42 54 98 52 41 93 52 40 92 20 71 91 42 48 90 41 47 88 29 59 88 29 59 88 27 40 87 49 37 86 38 47 85 33 51 84 36 47 83 44 38 82 22 59 81 38 42 80 24 54 SO MMessMr, NY Rangers USHL PLAYOFFS EST-OF-SEVEN FKST ROUND MONOAV-S GAME Omaha 4. Thundar Bay 2 (Omaha mii, 4-2) PLAY TO WIN! Horse and Dog Simulcasting TuesdajSunday Bluffs Rim OaU.iv.n Fonncr Park Santa Anna , ,,tH,lTt l-.M.-m-.-I.r.. l.r. -h-nfl-. - r-f lh "I""" tK oprn at oo" Wrrl.-Siiii Tik-wI d(iono(t-n at f !" - " Now Afrrping Applca(ions !JPit14? Atoona. IA 5967-1000 600325-9015 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION (R520) ADVERTISEMENT TO BIO Seeded b'ds for real property owned by tte PCM Community Scnool District will be received bv the District at Bon 490 40$ Piotns-men Rood, ProTte Cltv, lowa 50??8 until 1 X PM Central time on the 14th day o April 1V94, and will then be ooened and recorded. The only b'ds mot will be considered must be received bore the bd ocenintj Nio bid may be withdrawn tor a period of flirty five (66) calendar days after the dot ot Opening. Higher priority will be given to bid tor multiple lot. The priority granted will be higher as the number of lots included n the bid increases. Eoch bid shall be provided In occordartce with me Bidding Instruction. Cosh or o cosh- Get an early start. fc9mnrjrttam Ucnd F'ic ! 6 30 or SjW3 CHsseD sjjs mnra i itjot B la tot far ac anon ion cat aa-H nemr, kiss it eooom IN IHC ClASStfllDS. 2S4-8141 OFFICIAL PUBLICATION j ier's check for the full amount ot each accepted bid must be provided to the District within five ( 5 ) calendar days otter bids ore awarded. The real property owned bv the PCM Community School District is in the town of rxirie City, lowa and is located in the 400 Block of East Jetterson street ond has been commonly known OS Prairie City Elementory Buildings (gym, upoer elementary, lower elementary, bus garogenrlassroom. healing plant), which is legally described os follows: Lots to. one, two, three, four, ond eight (1. 2. X 4, and 8t all in block four (4) in Butters Addition to the Town of Prairie C irv. Jasoer County, State of lowa eight (3, 4, i. , 7,'ond'l) ond the West orte-holf of Lot two 2), oil in Block five rs AoaiTion to me own aw Jasper County, State of lowa. The interest that PCM has in She' '"on Street wh.ch is located between Block four i4 ond B'ocfc five (S) ond used bv so d schoo district for parking InaM tion, LotsrVo one two. three. ovJ our ft. 2, 3. and 4)in B'OCk four 14) or each oo- piXatirrKitelv 179 $ 6?'. Bddng instructions mov be obtoined from Mr Noncv E Vonde-Pol. District Boon Secretory a 405 Plainsmen Rood, Prore C.ty, lowokm Tne PCM Community School D-sict reserves rjHt to reecf o"v ond oit bds tot Ot inodOuOe 0 waive rrwuW'- ond to otck "xrt t 6 wHn is deemed m the best nv it'M' o me Owner Bv Resotuon o the PCM Commwnity Vhnoi r..f.-t Rcwrt rrf O rrCf- (5. S D Butters AddM Proirio Ltty, Triple-A after Surgery Ritz's Rocky career takes another turn for better ? By DERECK LEWIS RKisimK Staff Whitkm Bloomfield native Kevin Ritz has aunt rtimrrw nn n Viic kaCAHo.11 TOaOr After undergoing surgery last Kevin Ritz April to repair a torn tendon in his Native Ioxoan right elbow, Kitz could noi nave oeen blamed if he had started looking for & '--I- ' 'A try ' ,T p r I j 4 J K A other employment. After pitching most of the 1992 season with a sore elbow for the Detroit Tigers, Ritz was left unprotected by the Tigers and selected by the Colorado Rockies in the second round of last year's expansion draft. But the initial excitement of getting a chance to pitch for the Rockies turned sour for Ritz soon after spring training began last season. After a few outings pitching with what he thought was tendinitis in his elbow, Ritz refused to be sent to the Rockies' triple-A club in Colorado Springs, opting instead for free agency. The Cleveland Indians were interested and gave him a physical, where X-rays revealed Ritz had torn the tendon in his right elbow and would need surgery. That ended the Indians' interest in Ritz, leaving the right-hander without a team and without much hope of continuing a once-promising baseball career. The Rockies later re-signed Ritz, but it would be some time before he would pitch again. Ritz underwent elbow surgery April 29 in Birmingham, Ala. After months of rehabilitation, he did not throw a baseball until August. His first pitch didn't come until December, when he worked out at a small college in Cambridge, Ohio, where he and his family live. The work has paid off, however. Ritz, a 28-year old right-hander, has made it back to professional baseball, although not the major-league level. Ritz is a member of the Rockies' triple-A team in Colorado Springs and is working out with that team in Tucson during spring training. "It feels good to just be out playing baseball again," Ritz said. "Things are looking pretty good for me." Ritz said the elbow feels fine and that doctors have given him a clean bill of health. "The doctors have told me the elbow is 100 percent and everything looks stable," Ritz said. The results so far seem to be promising. On March 22, in his first game since the surgery, Ritz pitched three hitless innings against the California Angels' top farm club. "I felt pretty good out there, actually," he said. "I was sore for a couple of days afterward, but it was just normal soreness that comes with I'm pitching against," Ritz said. "That really isn't as important as getting my arm strength back up to where it should be." Ritz said he will open the season with Colorado Springs, but hopes to make it back to the major leagues this season. "I'm always hopeful," he said. "But even if I have to spend the entire year in Colorado Springs it won't be a waste. This is a rebuilding year for me. There are going to be lots of ups and downs." And after an up-and-down career with Detroit, as well as career-threatening elbow surgery last year, is this Ritz's last shot at making it in major-league baseball? "No, I don't think this is my last chance," Ritz said. "I can still pitch, and I'm not ready to hang it up yet." Dodgers acquire Osuna Left-handed pitcher Al Osuna, 28, was acquired Monday by Los Angeles from Houston for minor-league right-handed pitcher James Daspit. Osuna last season was 1-1 with a 3.20 ERA and two saves in 44 relief outings for Houston. White Sox trade Beltre The Chicago White Sox traded shortstop Esteban Beltre to Texas for left-handed pitcher Scott Eyre, who played with Charleston of the Class A South Atlantic League last season. Beltre, 26, spent last season with Chicago's triple-A Nashville team, hitting .292 with eight homers and 52 runs-batted-in. Roster moves Pittsburgh's pitching picture got a little clearer Monday when Manager Jim Leyland made left-hander Denny Neagle part of the starting rotation. Rookie J.R. Phillips lost his bid to take over the first base job in San Francisco, as he was one of five players cut by the Giants. Baltimore purchased Lonnie Smith's minor-league contract, giving him a one-year deal for $750,000 and adding him to its 40-man roster. Seattle purchased reliever Bobby Thigpen's contract from its triple-A Calgary farm club Monday. Barring injuries or a last-minute trade, the New York Yankees will go north with four starting pitchers and pitching. " seven relievers. Left-hander Bob Oje- He said he is scheduled to pitch a da apparently will join the team couple of innings today. April 16, the first time the Yankees "Actually, I don't even know who will need a fifth starter. AMERICAN W L Pet. Seattle 16 9 .640 Oakland lb 10 .600 Baltimore .14 12 538 Kan City... 14 12 538 Chicago 15 13 536 Cleveland ...14 13 .519 Boston 12 12 500 Milwaukee .12 13 480 New York ...11 12 .478 Detroit 11 13 458 Minnesota 11 15 423 Toronto 11 15 423 Texas 11 16 407 California ... 4 18 217 NATIONAL W I Atlanta 16 8 S Fran 16 9 St. Louis 14 9 New York ...17 12 Pittsburgh .14 10 L. Angeles ..14 11 Colorado ... 16 13 Phideipha 13 11 Chicago 14 14 Cincinnati .12 14 Houston 12 14 Florida 11 16 San Diego ... 8 16 Montreal 7 18 Pet. 667 640 .609 .586 583 560 .552 .542 .500 462 462 407 333 280 MONDAY'S GAMES AT BRADENTON FLA 000 041 000 j li ..602 200 OOi 10 10 1 Minnesota Pimbunh Erickson. Aqmlera (6). Garagoo (7). Putido 18) and Walbeck. Parks 18). Wagner. Maruamllo (7). White (9) andGoff W-Wagner (1-1) l-Erickson (0-3) HH-Mmnesota Mark (3) Pittsburgh Golf (1). Merced (2). Pennyteather (2) AT CHANOtFR APIZ San Francisco 100 010 000 000 0 2 13 1 MlloaukM 100 100 000 000 0 2 10 0 Hickerson. Burba (5. Jackson (8). Rogers (10) Gomel (12) and Reed Lampkm (7) Bones. Bronsky (5). Kieter(6). Jones (91 Ignasiak (10). Tabaka(ll). Scan-Ian (1 1). Fetters (13) and Nilsson. Matheny (6) HR San Francisco Carreon (3) AT CLEARWATTR. FIA Kansas Ctty 010 000 122 ( 10 0 Philadelphia 100 210 03 7 19 1 Gubicia Burgos (6). Belinda (7) and M act art an Jackson Slocumb (8) Williams (9) and Daulton Pratt (61 W-Siocumb (1-0) L-Belmda (1-2). S Williams ( 1 ) MR Kansas City Henderson 2(3) AT DUNEDIN FLA 003 003 OOOI 11 0 000 100 0124 13 3 Mover Cook (8) Williamson (91 and Ho4es. Tackett (8). Leiter Cadaret (61 Brow 17) Cast4k (8). Stottle-myre (9) and Rnorr Y-Moyr(l 2) I Leiter (0-3) AT FORT LAUDERDALE FLA losAnfakn 400 000 0004 8 0 New York (A) 00 202 10. 14 0 Gross Trkcek(5l McDowell (7) Ortitort (8) and Piazza FVwice (8l Abbott Gibson (7) Reardon (8) Pan (91 and Nokes leynu (7) W Abbott (2 1) I Gross (0 2) MR Los Angeles Piaua (8). Wallach (4 New York Boston (3) AT MELBOURNE FLA New York (Nl 100 101 0205 11 1 100 OOO 010 Z 1 Jones Seminara (5) Manamtto (7). Gozio (8) Oeer (9i and Snnnett Hundieyf7) Rapo Gardner 7). Rodneuer 8i' Turner (9l and Tingiey W Jones 2-4 l-Raoed 31 S Greer (3) MR-New York Rent (21 McRn!tt(2) AT PlOW R1Z 100 100 020 4 10 1 lan Unto 100 010 001 3 ( 1 GrHarris sneonerd (7) Munor (8) Reed (91 and G"ardi Srtearter (8) Asnby j Martinez (61 Campbea (81 and Aosmus W S"eohd (1-1) L J MarhneZ (0-2) MR Colorado B-henel4l ATPMOtNlK AB17 CHteaio(N) 020 012 43012 IS 0 000 000 200 2 1 3 Tracnsel Bosk (7) BautntaiSl Piewc '9) and Parent DarVw, Wunezi7) Horseman(8) Ecerstey'9l anj SrcOTOach m Trasrnei (3-Ot I Darkng (1-21 MR-Chcaeo GVarei?) -son(2l AT PLANT ClT l 001 000 110 3 1 OM 100 02 10 O ke ItensiT, Jones ,8, and taubensee P.?-fV srwy ' 7 Dnren Ove ' 7 Puen2 ?! I ae'Jll S eanv iai MR Houston Slarwwwz ill Gonzaw'll Cvm Dorsrnill AT SAAACTA f ' A 000 000 000 0 2 1 000 SOO OOa S 1 Assenmacher (8). D.Johnson (9) and Karkovice. W Bere(2-2) L-Sete(l l) AT ST. PETERSBURG. FLA Texas 011 001 0205 9 3. St Louis 000 101 001 3 10 1 Rogers Dreyer (7). Honeycutt (7). Whiteside (8). Oliver (9). Reed (9) and Rodnguez; Sutclitte. Urtoani (7). Perez (9) and Pappas. McGnff (8) W Rogers (1-3) L Sutclrrfe (1-1). S Reed (3) HR Texas: Redus (2). AT TEMPE. ARIZ Seattle 000 300 0003 4 0 California 200 133 OOx 9 12 1 Fleming. Risley (6). King (7). Nelson (8) and Wilson. Haselman (8); Letter. Lefterts (5). Sampen (8). Grahe (9) and Turner W Lefterts (1-0). L Fleming (3-2) HR Seattle. Blowers (4) California: Hosey (2). Owen (1) AT WEST PALM BEACH FLA Atlanta 000 000 0000 0 Montreal 110 000 OOx 2 4 0 Avery, Birkbeck (5). Bedrosian (7) and Lopez. Perez (8): Martinez Boucher (4). Henry (7). Roias (9) and Webster. Siddall (7) W-Martmez (2-0) L Avery (2-2) S-Roias(3) AT WINTER HAVEN FLA Detroit 013 000 050 9 10 2 Cleveland 360 000 12 12 17 1 Wells Krueger (2). Gardiner (6) Henneman (8) and Kreuter Gnmsley Barnes (4) Hernandez (7). Plunk (8) Farr 8) and Alomar. Pena (6) W Gnmsley (21) I Wens (2 2) S Farr (3) HR Detroit Gibson (2) Cleveland Ramirez (3) TODAY'S GAMES 12 05 Florida vs Cleveland at Winter Haven Fla 1 2 05 Cincinnati vs Kansas City at Haines City. Fla 12 05 Texas vs Boston at Fort Myers Fla 12 05 Chicago White Sox vs Minnesota at Fort Myers. Fla 12 05-N Y Mets vs Atlanta at West Palm Beach Fla 1 2 05 Houston vs Los Angeles at Vero Beach Fla 12 05 Pittsburgh vs St Louis at St Petersburg Fla 2 05 San Francisco vs Chicago Cubs at Mesa. Ariz 2 05 Sejtne vs Colorado at Tucson. Ariz 2 05 California vs San Diego at Peoria Ariz 2 05 Oakland vs Milwaukee at Chandler Ariz 6 05-Montreai vs N Y Yankees at Fort Lauderdale Fia 6 35 Baltimore vs Philadelphia at Clearwater Fla 7 05 Toronto vs Detroit at Lakeland Fla Iowa Cubs' Dickson wondering about jinx DICKSON Continued from Page IS returning to Iowa for a fourth straight season. Temporarily. "Iowa, here we come again," Dickson said. "I'm running for my fourth term. Maybe I should run for mayor." At least it beats the alternative. Dickson's scorecard reads: Disabled list, 250 days; Major-league service, 57 days. "I can't look back," he said. "I can't even say I'm healthy now. I won't allow myself to be satisfied. All I have to do is put myself in a position where I can take the ball and pitch every five days. If I can do that, I know I'm healthy." He appeared healthy Sunday in his first duty since the groin injury, allowing a run and two hits while striking out five and walking none in three innings against Las Vegas, San Diego's triple-A team. "Mechanically, I'm not quite back to where I should be," Dickson said. "But the longer I pitched, the better I felt. It was a good place to start." The most encouraging sign Sunday was that he threw first-pitch strikes to 10 of the 14 batters he faced. "To me, that was the most impressive part of the whole deal," Dickson said. "I hadn't pitched for two weeks, and I still had my control." And he did it without flinchinc. "I'm very reluctant to say I'm totally healthy, because I don't know if I'll ever be back to the way I was." Dickson advanced through the organization to the major leagues within two months after being drafted out of the University of Arizona. He had an 0-3 record and 7.24 earned-run average with Chicago before he was hit just below the knee by a one-hopper and developed an infection that ended his season. Dickson has not pitched in the major leagues since. He started 1991 at Iowa and was off to a good start before he fractured a foot and missed six weeks. In 1992, he injured his left shoulder so badly that he underwent surgery to remove torn cartilage. Dickson had 14 rehabilitation starts at Class A Daytona and Iowa last season before calling it quits in lateJuly. . , "Who knows," Chicago Manager Tom Trebelhorn said when asked if Dickson could become the fifth starter by the end of April. "I think he can move himself into contention if he can throw the ball like he did when he was drafted." All's not well with Wendell after demotion WENDELL Continued from Page IS lowed a run and two hits in one inning of relief against Oakland. i don't know whether that performance had anything to do with it or not," Wendell said. Wendell was battling primarily Shawn Boskie for the spot of right-handed long relief pitcher. Boskie has a 5.54 ERA and no decisions in seven relief appearances this spring. He also has three years and 58 days of major-league experience, while Wendell has just 32 days. Wendell helped Iowa to its first American Association championship last summer with a 10-8 record, then was 1-2 in seven games, including four starts, with the Chicago Cubs. i really thought I had a shot to make the team" Wendell said. "I was so confident about it that I came down here to pitch right after the season in the Arizona Fall League. As I look back on it, I just wasted my fall. I could have been back home (in Dalton, Mass.), hunting. It really ticks me off." That was his objective Monday afternoon. "I'm going to drive out to the desert with my gun and shoot something," Wendell said. "That's how I relieve my frustrations. That's when I'm at peace with myself." 0C04A AMERICAN LEAGUE ssWtimorw Purchased ttw contract of loon Smttn outK)er Iron RoctteHr o th ntmattoni Ltripue and asvgned rwn to tr AO-man roster Op twd Mr Cook prterter to Rochester Boston ""Syfd Todd frohwtrtrt. pitcher to a mmo -teaoe contract Set John Flaherty catcher to rfs rfor-eawe cax or reassnmrt CalHomta Seot Russ Sorm ptchr to its mmor teagvje crp or ft? assortment Sgnd Rem Hudter mfietder to a one-year contract Chicago Traded Csteban Beltre shorts too to Texas or Scott I yre ptchef Sent E yre to its mmor-teajrue tx or assignment Ctavatantf Placed Jerry Dvoto etcher on m IS day drsaoed tst retroactive to March ?b Op tkoned Herbert Perry first baseman Jufcan Tv-e. prtcner and Omar Rarrweir oureder to Charlotte of tre international Leaie Reassped Joe S-wer catfner and Chad 0ea pr?cer to its nwyjr-eiRwe Camp nr reass-gnment Our 1 -Or-t aved Seee Bames &uot Wame Purchased me contract o Bohry th pn ptcner from Cft Pactc Coas teapue T man to Or-yed r prtrr ana a-. Bue and Pee ouV-e'Oers 0 Syracuse o4 ft- tMenjtonji league MATVO4Al LEAGUE CtMC Placed frjn CsSC "on tenOor- m pitcfunp fiaofli pitrner on me 1 d.iy d'S3fed t'1 'etrnact-ve to March 20 and Jesse Ho"ns pttcner O" tne 15 day csabed isf Optioned Turk enie piicfier ard Daron Co ratcnr to ioa o tne AmerK an Assocaton Sent Me Andesn and Cnur Crtm pitchers to its mmor league camp for reassign ment C0OraO -Optioned Chrts Jones Oufheder and JimTjtom antH)e to Cokh jdc Sorvs o te Pacific roast leaeue Returned Mark fV-o'i ptcher a Rue b selection to Pttsourgh tor $?b OOO Kowston Optaoned fomio Jean prtcher and Onor M iier. mhetder to Tacom of te Pac-ft Coast Leajtue Las Angel as Traded James Oaspt pfcher to Havston or Ai Osuna prtcher Montraai Added Je Garcte n fe no arue toste Designated Butch eny pc e tor re nvrnment Sent Curhs Pde owhede to Ot r m tnvmatona league PwHedufphie Sent Tytff prcher to tne" mrfr tavtrt. 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