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THE PALM BEACH POST TUESDAY, MAY 7, 1991 SB Weiss' 68 earns Amateur medalist honors NL Boxes Pirates 3, Reds 1 .CINCINNATI PITTSBURGH ' ab r h bi ab r h bl latcfierlf 5 0 0 0 Merced lb 4 2 3 0 .arkin ss 3 0 0 0 JBell ss 3 111 3aviscf 3 12 1 VanSlykecf 2 0 0 0 Morris lb 10 10 Bonillarf 3 0 2 2 3'Noill it 2 0 0 0 Bonds If 3 0 0 0 graggs rf 10 0 0 Wilkerson 3b 4 0 10 )Quinones3b 4 0 0 0 LaValliere c 2 0 10 uncan 2b 3 0 0 0 Lind 2b 4 0 0 0 tJReedc 4 0 0 0 Palaciosp 3 0 10 RP 2 0 0 0 Patterson p 0 0 0 0 iWinnmgham ph 10 0 0 Landrum p 10 0 0 iCarman p 0 0 0 0 Wyersp 0 0 0 0 lOoran ph 10 0 0 ftatall 30 1 3 1 TotaH 29 3 9 3 Cincinnati 000 000 010 t Pittsburgh 100 001 10 3 E Lind (3). DP Cincinnati 1, Pittsburgh 1. LOB Cincinnati 9, Pittsburgh 9. 2B Davis (5). Merced (3), LaValliere (2). HR Davis (2), JBell (2). S JBell. Cincinnati RijoU-2 Carman Myers Pittsburgh Palacios W.2-0 Patterson 6 7 Landrum S,4 Palacios pitched to 2 batters in the 8th. wk Palacios l. Umpires Home. Rennert; First, Darling; Second, Harvey; Third, Hallion. T 2:30. A 9.518. Expos 10, Giants 4 SAN FRANCISCO MONTREAL ab r h bl ab r h bl fewer rf 5 0 10 DeShields 2b 5 111 McGee cf 3 0 3 0 Gnssom cf 5 2 2 1 'Coles if 2 10 0 Calderonlf 3 0 0 0 "WCIark lb 5 0 10 Santoveniac 10 0 0 Ovlitchelllf 4 2 3 3 Wallach 3b 4 2 2 3 jvlaWilliams 3b 3 0 0 0 LWalker rf 3 2 11 Titton2b 1 0 0 0 Galarraga lb 4 2 4 1 Kennedy c 4 12 0 Hassey c 3 0 2 2 RThompson 2b 2 0 0 0 BJones p 0 0 0 0 : Anderson 3d 2 0 10 Owen ss 3 0 0 0 rUTOe ss 4 0 10 DeMartmez p 4 12 0 rftobmson p 2 0 0 0 DaMartinez If 0 0 0 0 Oliveras p 0 0 0 0 Leonard ph 0 0 0 1 Beck p 0 0 0 0 Kingery ph 10 0 0 -Wilson p 0 0 0 0 TotaU 38 4 12 4 Totals 35 10 14 9 San Francisco 000 021 100 4 'r Montreal 005 300 20 10 E Anderson (2). DP San Francisco 3. LOB San JVanosco 8, Montreal 5. 2B Wallach (3. Hassey (3), I'DeMartmez (I). HR Mitchell 2 (10), DeShields (4), -Grissom (3), Wallach (2), LWalker (1). SB Grissom (6). caioeron (8). cs Desmoids (l). sh Leonard. IP H R ER BB SO San Francisco '"Robinson L,0-1 3 8 7 7 4 3 ,, Oliveras 2 3 110 0 Beck 2 3 2 2 0 0 TWilson 1 0 0 0 0 0 Montreal -DaMartinez W.4-2 7 12 4 4 0 4 BJones 2 0 0 0 0 1 Robinson pitched to 2 batters in the 4th. Umpires Home, Rippley; First, Hohn; Second, Ra-puano; Third, Crawford. " T 2:41. A 8,699. This Date In History ; 1917 Babe Ruth of the Boston Red I Sox allowed only two hits in outdueling 1 Walter Johnson of the Washington Senators 1 -0. Ruth drove in the only run with a fly ball. --.' 1922 Jesse Barnes of the New York -Giants pitched the only no-hitter of the year, beating Philadelphia 6-0. 1925 Pittsburgh shortstop Glenn . Wright made an unassisted triple play in the i ninth inning against the St. Louis Cardinals when he caught Jim Bottomley's line drive, stepped on second to double Jimmy Cooney and tagged Rogers Homsby coming from . first. 1957 Cleveland pitcher Herb Score was hit on the right eye by a line drive off the .bat of Gil McDougald of the New York Yankees in the first inning. Score sustained a .fractured nose and a damaged eye, missed the remainder of the season and never regained his once-bright promise. ,1959 A crowd of 93, 1 03 came to the Los Angeles Coliseum on "Roy Campanella Night" to show their affection for the para-llyzed Dodgers catcher. The Dodgers were beaten by the New York Yankees 6-2 in an .exhibition game which followed the ceremo-, nies. r 1960 Norm Sherry, a replacement catcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers, hit a home run in the 11th inning, giving his brother, relief pitcher Larry Sherry, a 3-2 I triumph over the Philadelphia Phillies at Los rAngeles. Today's birthday: Dick Williams 63. Bradley's double helps Giants to win TOKYO (AP) Former major leaguer Phil Bradley doubled home 'two runs in the third inning, helping -the Yomiuri Giants beat the Yakult Swallows 7-5 in a Japanese League game Monday. League Leaders Through Sunday's games AMERICAN LEAGUE Based on 62 at-bats E. Martinez. Sea. D. Henderson, Oak. Molitor, Mil. Poionia, Cal. Belle, Cle. C. Ripken, Bait. Gagne. Minn. Carter. Tor. Espmoza. N.V. 0 AB R H 24 75 17 28 23 89 20 33 21 90 16 31 23 88 13 29 19 73 12 24 22 85 17 28 22 67 12 22 26 99 15 32 21 65 11 21 22 81 14 26 Pet. .373 .371 .344 .330 .329 .329 .328 .323 .323 Joyner, Cal. .321 Home Runs D. Henderson, Oakland, 8; Deer, Detroit, 8; Belle, Cleveland, 6; G. Vaughn, Milwaukee, 6; K. Gibson, Kansas City, 6: Sierra, Texas, 6. RBI Deer, Detroit, 23: D. Henderson. Oakland, 21; C Ripken, Baltimore, 20; Fielder, Detroit, 20; Yount, Milwaukee. 20. Runs D. Henderson, Oakland. 20: Canseco, Oakland. 18; C Ripken, Baltimore, 17; E. Martinez. Seattle, 1 7; White, Toronto, 1 7. Hlta D. Henderson. Oakland, 33; Carter. Toronto. 32: Molitor, Milwaukee. 31; Knoblauch, Minnesota, 30: 4 are tied with 29. - Doubles R. Alomar. Toronto, 11; White, To-raito, 10; Carter, Toronto. 9; D. Henderson, Oakland. 9; Macfarlane, Kansas City, 8. Triples 8 are tied with 2. J Stolen Bases Pettis, Texas, 8: Poionia, California, 8: Cuyler, Detroit, 7; Canseco, Oakland, 6; Cotto. Seattle, 6: R. Alomar, Toronto. 6. " Pitching (3 decisions) 8 are tied with 1.000. ' Strikeouts Ryan, Texas. 53: Clemens, Bos--ton. 41: McDowell. Chicago, 36; B. Witt. Texas. 33: Gordon, Kansas City. 33; Leary, New York. 33 Saves Eckersley, Oakland, 8: Reardon. Bos-.'ton, 8; D. Ward, Toronto, 7; Harvey, California, 6; Montgomery, Kansas City, 6; Thigpen, Chicago, 6. NATIONAL LEAGUE Based on 62 at bats , Q AB R H Pet. H. Moms. Cm . 19 67 8 25 .373 F. McGnff. S.D. 25 91 17 31 .341 T. Gwynn. S.p. 25 100 15 34 .340 Biggio, Hou. 21 75 12 25 .333 W.Clark. S.F. 24 93 13 31 .333 Butler, L A. 23 94 15 30 .319 Treadway. All. 19 63 7 20 .317 Jose. St. L. 25 96 16 30 . 313 McGee. S F. 19 75 14 23 .307 Samuel, L A. 24 101 14 31 .307 Home Runs Mitchell. San Francisco. 8: Dawson. Chicago. 6: G. Bell. Chicago, 6; 5 are tied with 5. RBI W. Clark, San Francisco, 26; Dawson, Chicago, 20; Kruk, Philadelphia, 20; Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 19; Calderon, Montreal, 19; Samuel, Los Angeles. 19. Runs Dykstra, Philadelphia, 23; DeShields. Montreal. 22; Bonilla. Pittsburgh. 18: F. McGnff, San Diego, 1 7: R. Thompson, San Francisco, 1 7. Hits T. Gwynn. San Diego, 34; F. McGnff. San Diego. 31; Samuel. Los Angeles. 31: W. Clark, San Francisco. 31; Butler, Los Angeles, 30; Jose, St. Louis, 30. Doubles H. Moms, Cincinnati, 9: Bream, Atlanta. 8; Jose. St Louis, 8; Bonilla, Pittsburgh, 7; Dykstra. Philadelphia, 7. Triples T. Gwynn. San Diego. 4; Candaele. Houston, 3; T. Fernandez, San Diego. 3; 13 are tied witn 2. Stolen Bases Coleman. New York, 16: De-Snieins. Montreal. 12; Nixon. Atlanta. II: Roberts. San Diego. 8: CakJeron. Montreal. 7; Dunston. Chicago. 7: Dykstra. Philadelphia. 7. Pitching (3 decisions) 8 Smith. St. Louis. 3-0 I 000 3.44; Hammond. Cincinnati, 3-0, 1.000. 164; Hurst. San Diego, 3-0, I 000, 2 95; R. McDowell. Philadelphia. 3-0. 1 .000. 0.89; 4 are tied with 800. Strikeouts Gooden. New York. 43; Benes. San Diego. 34; DeLeon. St. Louis. 30; Glavine. Atlanta. 30; Hurst. San Diego. 28. Saves Le Smith. St. Louis. 9: Dibble. Cincinnati. 7: Franco, New York. 6: Lefferts. San Diego, 6: Mi. Williams, Philadelphia. 6. By TIM ROSAFORTE Palm Beach Post Staff Writer WEST PALM BEACH If this were a stroke-play tournament, Robin Weiss would have had a six-shot lead after the opening round. But this was only a qualifying round for the 62nd Florida State Women's Amateur Championship, so all Weiss won for shooting four-under 68 Monday at Bear Lakes CC was medalist honors. Weiss made five birdies and one three-putt bogey. She hit 15 greens in regulation and got up-and-down to save par on the three greens she Weiss missed. Her best shot was a 4-iron into the seventh hole that stopped 1 foot from the cup. "I've never seen Robin play that well for all 18 holes," said Weiss' playing partner and 1990 Curtis Cup teammate, Leslie Shan- 'fife- ! North Stars win 7 - The Associated Press BLOOMINGTON, Minn. Dave Gagner had three assists and Bobby Smith scored the winning goal as the Minnesota North Stars took a 2-1 lead in the Stanley Cup semifinals Monday night with a 7-3 victory over the defending champion Edmonton Oilers. Brian Bellows scored twice for Minnesota, which is 18-2-2 at Met Center since Jan. 17 and hosts Game 4 Wednesday night. The North Stars' first home playoff victory ever against Edmonton gave them a 6-1 record at Met Center in this year's playoffs. Trying to reach the Stanley Cup finals for the first time since 1981, the North Stars have already beaten Chicago and St. Louis, the NHL's Florida State League St. Lucie, Douma win 8-2 Special to The Palm Beach Post SARASOTA Todd Douma struck out 15 to tie a team record and allowed four hits in eight innings, leading the St. Lucie Mets to an 8-2 victory over the Sarasota White Sox Monday. Chris Butterfield's two-run triple highlighted a four-run first inning for St. Lucie (11-13). Brian Davis had two hits and three RBI for the Mets, who remain in fifth place, 4V2 games behind Vero Beach in the FSL East. Douma (2-1) broke the Mets' record set by Mike Miller in 1989 and tied by John Johnstone last year. Ed Smith had a home run for Sarasota (13-12), which is in third place, one game behind St. Petersburg in the FSL West. The teams play again at 7 p.m. today in Sarasota. Charlotte 3, West Palm Beach 2 PORT CHARLOTTE David Hulse went 2-for-4, including an RBI double in a three-run fifth, leading the Rangers (11-14) over SUNDAY'S Late Box Mariners 5, YankeesT NEW YORK Kelly cf Sax 2b Mattingly lb Maas dh J. Barfield if Nokes c Lusader pr Geren c Meulens If Hall If Leyntz 3b Espmoza ss SEATTLE ab r li bl 6 0 10 Bnleylf 7 13 1 Reynolds 2b 8 0 3 0 Gnffey Jr. cf 8 13 1 0 Brian lb 5 0 2 0 A. Davis dh 6 0 10 TJones ph 0 0 0 0 Gnffey Sr dh 10 10 Cotto dh 5 0 0 0 Buhner rf 3 0 0 0 Bradley 3b 8 12 0 Schaefer 3b 6 12 0 Vallec E. Martinez ph Sinatro c ab r h bl 8 12 2 7 14 1 6 0 3 1 7 0 0 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 1110 4 0 0 0 5 0 11 2 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 110 6 13 0 Vizquel ss Totals 63 4 18 2 Total 87 8 15 6 New York Seattle 001 010 000 001 000 1 4 000 001 100 001 OOP 2 One out when winning run scored. E Leyntz (2), Reynolds 2 (6. DP New York 3. Seattle I. LOB New York 19, Seattle 13. 2B Leyntz 1 1 1, Espinoza (7), Gnffey Jr. 2 (7), Buhner (4), Vizquel (2). HR Maas (4). Bnley (2). SB Sax (5). S Espm oza, vizquel. bi- bax. ER BB SO New York Eiland Cadaret Farr Guetterman Habyan Monteleone L,0-1 Seattle DeLucia Swift Murphy Swan M. Jackson 5 Vi 2 2 3 2V, 6 1 2 2Vi 1 KruegerW.1-0 2 DeLucia oitched to I batter in the 7th, Swift pitched to I batter in the 8th. WP Swan. Umpires Home. Garcia: First, Palermo: Second. Reitly; Third. Young. T 5 31. A 24.391. Calendar May 15 Clubs can re sign players whom they released after the 1990 season. July 9 All-Star Game. Toronto, 8:32 p.m. Aug. 31 Deadline for postseason rosters. Sept. 1 Active rosters increased to 40 players. non. "She made everything she could possibly make and she struck the ball as well as I've seen her in a while." Weiss, the 1989 U.S. Women's Mid-Amateur champion from Palm Beach, won the Palm Beach County Women's Amateur April 18 and teamed with Shannon last week to win the Women's Fourball Invitational at Palm Beach Polo. This was her lowest round in competition, beating the 70 she shot as medalist qualifier for the Women's Trans-National at Tiger Point in Pensacola. "I've been playing good by keeping the ball in play and avoiding any big mistakes," Weiss said. "Today, I just wanted to play the golf course well. Once we get to match play, everybody is equal." Andrea Dornin of Miami shot the next-best score with a 74. Dornin, winner of the 1989 Florida Women's Amateur, made four birdies on the back for a 33. Her problem on the front side was an over-aggressive putting stroke that led to three three-putt greens. "On the back side, I was just Pro Hockey top two regular-season teams. Minnesota had the 16th-best record and finished 12 points behind No. 11 Edmonton. After going 4-0-2 at Minnesota from 1986-90, the Oilers are 0-3 at Met Center this season and have been outscored 17-5. Edmonton is 6-0 in Campbell Conference championship series and has won five of the last seven Stanley Cups. Only eight teams in NHL history have rallied from 3-1 series deficits. For the ninth time in 15 playoff games, the North Stars scored in the first five minutes. Of Minneso St. Lucie 8, Sarasota 2 ST. LUCIE Howell cf Diaz ss Howard 2b Fordyce c Buttertleld 3b Cameron dh Harris lb Fnde If Davis rf SARASOTA h bi 0 0 0 Sullivan cf 1 1 0 Plemmons rf 0 0 1 Tedder If 1 1 OMcCraylf 2 2 2 Cepicky lb 1 1 1 Smith dh I 2 OWolaklf I 2 1 Tatanan 3b t 2 3 Rose ph 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 S Kobza c Teiada ss 35 811 8 Totals St. Lucie Sarasota 401 001 000 120 8 001 000 2 E Wolak. DP Sarasota I . LOB St. Lucie 9, Sarasota 5. 2B Harris. 3B Butterfield, Pnde. HR Smith. SB Davis. S Tedder. SF Howard IP H St. Lucia Douma W, 2-1 8 4 McCann I I R ER BB SO 2 15 0 0 Sarasota Matznick L Gaivan Keyser Stevens Dabney T 2:59. A 61 1 3V, 2 2 I the Expos (12-12). Steve Rowley (4-1) got the victory with relief help from Johnny Maldonado and Barry Goetz, who got his fifth save. John I. Leonard High School graduate Doug Bochtler (1-3) took the loss. The game featured six successful pickoff plays. Bochtler and John Polasek each picked off two Rangers runners. Rowley and Maldonado picked off two West Palm Beach runners. Willie Greene also pulled off the hidden-ball trick for the Expos. The teams play again tonight in Port Charlotte. Felix Moyo (0-0) will pitch for the Expos and Carl Randle (0-0) will pitch for the Rangers. KILLER GOLF UPLINE CODE 1120 Call for daily golf tips to improve your game and lower your score. Hosted by golf professional Bob Cooke. Sponsored by EMERALD. W3' trying to lag it to the hole and they were going in." There were five women at 76. Stacy Loring of Coral Springs was the most disappointed of this group. She three-putted four times and missed three putts inside 2 feet. A candidate for the long putter? Loring is already using one. "I hit the ball as good as I could but it's frustrating to hit it that close and mess up," Loring said. "I had a chance to shoot something really low." Also at 76 were 1989 Palm Beach County Women's Amateur champion Mary Hanyak of Boynton Beach, Nancy Kroll of Tequesta, Debbie Adams of Palm Beach Gardens and Cathy Schaefer of Fort Myers. Schaefer, medalist the last two years, bogeyed her last three holes. Defending champion Taffy Brower of Ocean Ridge shot 80 and will play Maria Castellucci of Orlando, a member of the Florida State women's golf team. Brower made back-to-back double bogeys at 15 and 16 and is not in the same form as she was a year ago when 3, take 2 - ta's 57 postseason goals, 26 have come in the opening period. This time, Mike Modano's breakaway goal at the 4-minute mark got the Stars going. Gagner's pass caught Modano in stride at center ice. Modano then split de-fensemen Steve Smith and Jeff Beukeboom, faked goalie Grant Fuhr to his knees and scored on a backhander. Gagner's whirling backhanded pass to the goalmouth set up Brian Propp's power-play goal at 9:52. All seven of Propp's playoff goals have come on the power play, breaking Steve Payne's 1981 team record. The North Stars lead all playoff teams with 29 man-advantage goals. Dykstra put ACCIDENTfrom IB ken ribs, a broken right collarbone and a broken right cheekbone. A broken rib punctured a lung and his heart was bruised, according to Bryn Mawr Hospital spokeswoman Ellen Mattes. Daulton, 29, was being treated for a scratched left cornea and broken left eye socket. He also was being evaluated for a heart bruise. "Both are very lucky gentlemen," said Dr. David Rose of Bryn Mawr Hospital. "The kind of shape they were in, as strong as they were, helped them." Both men were given CAT scans to check for head injuries, but the results were not yet known, Mattes said. They were in stable and fair condition, the spokeswoman said. Neither player lost consciousness, she said. Jansen said Dykstra was driving his red 1991 Mercedes Benz when he lost control of his car and crossed the dry road, striking two trees shortly after 1 a.m. Jansen said the car was severely damaged. He said Dykstra was traveling at an excessive speed. riNDOOR '"AIR Co"DmONEDl I FLEA"-! I IMARKET! SOUTH FLORIDA FAIRGROUNDS ( SATURDAY -MAY 18 ") I FREE ADMISSION PARKING $2 I I 8 AM -4PM INFO: 793-0333 I 18067 SOUTHERN BLVD. WEST PALM BEACH -ADVANCE-S15 -10 X 10 BOOTH - MAY 18.120 SELLERS IN 6 n SAT -PARKING $! WITH AD j WEATHER WATCH CODE 5555 Call for the latest weather reports. Updated several times daily. Produced by actjonSnevvs LOTTERY LINE code 2000 Call for the winning numbers. Produced by ACnoNONews ENVIRONMENTAL HOTLINE CODE 7867 Call for helpful information on ways you can help protect our environment. LAW LINE CODE 2121 Variety of legal information. Changes daily. Produced and Sponsored by Jeffrey A. Paine, P.A. PLASTIC SURGERY INFOUNE CODE 3223 Call for information on cosmetic and reconstructive surgery. Produced and Sponsored by Plastic Surgery of Palm Beach, P.A. SENIOR WASHINGTON LETTER CODE 1150 Call for features and services of interest to Seniors. Produced and Sponsored by Prosperity Oaks MUSIC LINE CODE 1130 HISPANIC LINE CODE 6442 CONSUMER LINE CODE 1340 SUBSCRIBE LINE CODE 1170 HEALTH LINE CODE 8746 i State Amateur Pairings FIRST TEE 9:20 Kathleen Graham (79), Winter Park, vs. Stepf.anie Boardman 181). Miami. 9:25 Mary Hanyak (76). Boynton Beach, vs. Karen Hale (83) . Fort Myers. 9:30 Mana Castellucci (79), Ortando. vs. Taffy Brower (80), Ocean Ridge. 9:35 Cathy Schaefer (76), Fort Myers, vs. Louise Hmes (84) . Boynton Beach. 9:40 Diane Thompson (77), Ormond Beach, vs. Joanie Malone (82). Holly Hill. 9:45 Peggy Brass (77), Orlando, vs. Pamela Kemgan (83). Jupiter. 9:50 Susan Conn (79), Palm Beach Gardens, vs. Joan King (80), Jupiter. 9:55 Robin Weiss (68), Palm Beach, vs. Terri May (84). Palm Beach. she won the Palm Beach County and Florida State amateurs in a two-week span. "I was feeling anxious on the back nine, like I was on caffeine or something," Brower said. "I guess I was in a hurry to get done." Of the 32 women who qualified in the championship flight, 14 are from Palm Beach and Martin counties. It would have been 15, but Alice Dye of Delray Beach, a three- 1 lead over Oilers Edmonton Minnesota 1 2 03 3 2 27 First period 1, Minnesota, Modano 5 (Gagner, Propp), 4:00. 2, Minnesota, Propp 7 (Gagner, Bellows). 9:52 (pp). 3, Edmonton, Buchberger 2 (Brown, MacTa-vish), 1 1 :09. 4, Minnesota, Tinordi 4 (Duchesne), 18:36. Penalties Churla, Mln (charging), 4:22; Beukeboom, 6dm (charging), 9:19; Dahlquist, Min (tripping), 12:56; Anderson, Edm (tripping), 14:28. Second period 5, Edmonton, Simpson 4 (Messier, Klima), 5:15 (pp). 6, Minnesota, B. Smith 5 (Dahlen, Chambers), 10:41. 7. Edmonton, Simpson 5 (Messier, Anderson), 13:37. 8. Minnesota. Bellows 9 (Gagner, Broten), 17:25 (pp). Penalties Maclver, Edm (crosschecking), 1 :09; Propp, Mm (hooking), 1 :22; Giles, Mm (holding), 4:22; Minnesota bench, served by Modano (too many men), 4:58: MacTavish, Edm (holding), 8:21: Huddy, Edm (hooking), 15:55. Third period 9, Minnesota, Bellows 10 (Tinordi), 3:23. 10, Minnesota, Churla 2 (Bureau), 18:45. Penalties Gelinas, Edm (high-sticking), 4:46; Modano, Mm (slashing), 10:32; Anderson, Edm (elbowing), 13:38; Propp, Mm (slashing), 13:38. Shots on goal Edmonton 7-10-1229. Minnesota 8-19 9 36. Power-play opportunities Edmonton l-of-6; Minnesota 2-of-6. Goalies Edmonton, Fuhr (8 shots-5 saves), Ran-tbrd, 1-2 (0:00 2nd period, 28 24). Minnesota, Casey, 10-4 (29-26). A 15,378. Referee Terry Gregson. Linesmen Wayne Bon-ney, Ron Finn. on 60-day disabled list i S 1 N to. Dykstra Daulton The two men were dazed, but able to get out of the car before police arrived on the scene. Phillies manager Jim Fregosi joined the players in the emergency room where they were being treated by Dr. Rose. The team placed Daulton on the 15-day disabled list and Dykstra on the 60-day disabled list. The Phillies obtained Daulton in the June 1980 draft. In 1990, he led National League catchers in games (139), walks (72), runs (62) and doubles (30), and hit a career-high .268 with 12 home runs and 57 RBI. He became a free agent at the end of the 1990 season, and the Phillies resigned him to a three- V Marshall EXust 1 o R T ADJUSTO SLIDERS IN WHISPER FLANNEL S 3995or3forMlO SANSABELT SLACKS Values to W50 3995 or 3 for niO 217 ROYAL POINCIANA WAY, PALM BEACH - 655-1207 next to CHUCK & HAROLDS Mon.-Sat. 9:30-6:00 Sun. 1 1 :00-5:00 VISA MC PostLines is the FREE information and entertainment service of The Palm Beach Post that offers recorded messages by touch-tone telephone service 24 hours a day. BEAUTY FOCUS LINE CODE 7399 Call for the latest beauty tips and innovative hair care hints. Produced and Sponsored by Today's Headlines 111-4117 TRIVIA LINE CODE 1160 TENNIS TIP LINE CODE 2255 TIME OF DAY CODE 6463 (TIME) FISHING LINE CODE 1050 SCORE LINE CODE 4000 JOKE UNECOMEDY CLOSET MOMENT WITH GOD CODE 2424 CODE 1000 SURF 1 BEACH LINE CODE 1220 10TH TEE 9:20 Leslie Shannon (79), Fort Lauderdale, vs. Michele Bowman (82). Stuart. 9:25 Nancy Kroll (76), Tequesta, vs. Sharon Gonsalves (83), Tampa. 9 30 Janet Lisle (79). Lake Worth, vs. Mortie Rowe (80). Jupiter. 9:35 Stacy Loring (76), Coral Springs, vs. Maureen Momson (84), Lighthouse Point. 9:40 Lisa Nedoba (78), Plantation, vs. Nancy Myers (82). Fort Lauderdale. 9:45 Debbie Adams (76), Palm Beach Gar-dens. vs. Bobbie Tnmble (83). Stuart. 9:50 Linda Dillon (79), Winter Garden, vs. Dede Hoffman (80). Naples. 9:55Andrea Domin (74), Miami Springs, vs. Marci Likens (84), Winter Springs. time champion, withdrew for medir cal reasons after shooting 83. The golf course was set up long. The women played from 10 red tees, seven white tees and one blue tee on the Lakes course. Nine women played off for four spots at 84', with the final spot going to Terr,, May. Lucky her. She gets to play Weiss, the woman who is arguably playing better than anybody in the state right now. I; NHL Playoffs : Results : Schedule 1 CONFERENCE CHAMPIONSHIPS J Monday's result 11 Minnesota 7, Edmonton 3, Minnesota; leads series 2-1 - Sunday's result Pittsburgh 4, Boston 1 , Boston leads series 2-1 J Today's games Boston at Pittsburgh, r-.M p.m. j Latest Line Favorite Lin at Pittsburgh Pick-Boston Pick Home team in CAPS Athletes In Accidents Sport figures recently Involved In alcohol-re lated accident: Lenny Dykstra and Darren Daulton, baseball. May, 6. 1991. Willie Shoemaker, horse racing. April B, 1991. i Clarence Kay, football, Apnl 2, 1991. Chanes Smith, basketball, March 23, 1991. Tommy Kramer, football, March 19. 1991. 'f Don Drysdale, baseball, Jan. 21, 1991. Carl Lewis, track, Jan. 1 1, 1991. ' Fred Washington, football, Dec. 21, 1990 ' Jim Rooker, baseball, Dec. 12, 1990: Oct. 13.' 1990. " ' x-Rob Moroso, auto racing. Sept. 30, 1990. Doug France, football, May 5, 1 990. , Keith Millard, football, Jan. 22, 1990. , Dale Ellis, basketball, Jan. 12, 1990. , Jim Hanifan, football. Jan. 12. 1990. x-BHIy Martin, baseball, Dec. 25, 1 989. , x-Stacey Toran, football. Aug. 6. 1 989 , Bruce Kimball, diving, Aug. 1 , 1 988. . x-Pelle Lindbergh, hockey, Nov. 1 1, 1985. i x-dled in the crash year, $6 million contract. After Sunday's game, he was hitting .192. Dykstra joined Philadelphia n a 1989 trade with the New York Mets. He had an outstanding 1990 season, hitting over .400 until Jurte 11, and ending the season at .325, with 192 hits, 35 doubles, nine home runs and 60 RBI. Dykstra, the only Phillies player to start in all 25 games this season, is hitting .302. WEAR DESIGN LINE CODE 5460 Call for daily decorating ideas. - 1 Produced and Sponsored by 1 ! Carls Furniture EARLY BIRO SPECIAL HOTLINE ! CODE 2473 ! Call to find out about menu, prices and ' times from leading restaurants. ! 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