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The Palm Beach Post from West Palm Beach, Florida · Page 103

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Monday, March 30, 1998
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2C THE PALM BEACH POST MONDAY, MARCH 30, 1998 PAGE Two Cents' Worth WHO AM I? As a sophomore at Indiana, I scored 23 points to lead the Hoosiers over North Carolina 63-50 in the NCAA title game in 1981. (answer below) STAT OF THE DAY: There was not a hole-in-one at The Players Championship for the first time since 1993. I TODAY IN HISTORY: In 1987, Keith Smart's 16-foot jump shot gave Indiana a 74-73 victory over Syracuse for the NCAA men's basketball championship. mm I didn't look like a monkey trying to throw a football, like I did last week at Darlington." RANDY LAJOIE, who liked his 10th-place finish in the Food City 500. u uu People in sports Defending champ wins at Royal Palm Polo - i. : "Their lead was too big," said Estrada, who led C-Spear with' four goals. "They like to run and; hit the long balls, and it's hard to; cover the whole field. ; "They played hard, and they'rej well-mounted. Today they were the better team. I would like to.' play them one more time." J By Chuck Otterson Palm Beach Post Staff Writer BOCA RATON Defending champion San Antonio survived a late surge by C-Spear Ranch and won the $50,000 American Red Cross International Cup 10-9 Sunday at Royal Palm Polo. Two fifth-chukker goals by Charlie Bostwick gave San Antonio a 10-6 lead, but C-Spear scored three goals in the final two minutes of the sixth chukker. "They came on strong," said Tommy Biddle, who scored five goals for San Antonio. "We knew they were a tough team and wouldn't quit. We might have got a little relaxed at the end, but we tough to cover all four of us." Goals by Estrada, Jaime Garcia and Ruben Gracida cut the final margin to 10-9. "They took us out of our game plan," said San Antonio's Brad Scherer, who was named the MVP of the match. "We wanted to open it up, but they did a good job shutting us down and forcing us into a half-court game. But we eked it out." Scherer and Charlie Armstrong each scored one goal for San Antonio. Scherer also headed the defensive effort that limited Garcia, a seven-goaler, to two goals. still pulled it out." Martin Estrada's early goal gave C-Spear its only lead, 1-0, but Biddle retaliated with two goals, and San Antonio never trailed after that. Ruben Gracida's goal tied the score at 2, but a 60-yard penalty shot by Biddle put the defending champions ahead to stay. "Our horses did a fantastic job," Biddle said. "We were never comfortable they can score four goals in four minutes but it's Rush hour SANTIAGO, Chile The whole country watched, it seems, as Marcelo Rios beat Andre Agassi for the Upton title and the No. 1 ranking in tennis. Afterward, they packed the streets of the capital in a celebration that included the neighbor toss. Noteworthy: A goal by Marcos Bignoli with 1:20 re-! maining gave Vancouver Interna-! tional a 12-11 victory over Classic' Cadillac in the third-place game.! Hector Galindo led Vancouver! with six goals. Juan Bollini scored seven for Classic Cadillac. 113 ;M! Ibis Golf & Country Qub n ii i J THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Tt In hi Summer Memberships (Lake Worth Road 1 mile east of the Turnpike) NEW But the sun's not even up yet ' Palm Beach Post Wire Services Nothing like a visit with family members for a little relaxation, w unless you're related to new Oakland Raiders coach Jon Gruden. v" His brother arrived for a short stay with the workaholic, and ! found out the hours don't coincide with an easy pace. I "I like to get to the office by 4 or 4:20 (a.m.)," Gruden said. 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Stanford's Dancing Tree, called the "worst mascot in the ; -tournament" by Rhode Island coach Jim Harrick, was in usual ; irreverent form. In what appeared to be a dig at the commercialism of the Final Four at San Antonio, the Tree sported a coonskin cap -from the Alamo with price tag attached. The Tree is Stanford '. Sophomore Matt Enumclaw, who said: "The Stanford attitude ' rejects all things that are normal or corporate." ;f ' TODAY'S ANSWER: fsiah Thomas. Riding: inci. Cart Sales Tax Walking: Incl. Sales Tax Before 1PM "20.00 After 1 PM 22.00 After 3 PM '1G.OO After 5 PM 12.00 After 11 AM HO.OO After 1 PM 1S.OO After 3 PM 12.00 After 5 PM D.OO (A11 you can play. 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Swimming: Britain's James Hickman set his second record in two days at the World Cup short-course swimming competition in Paris, clocking a European best in the 100-meter butterfly. On Saturday, Hickman set a world record for the 200-meter butterfly. Tennis: Italy's Andrea Gaudenzl defeated Spain's Alex Calatrava 6-4, 5-7, 6-4 to win the Grand Prix Hassan II tennis tournament in Casablanca, Morocco. B 11 J 1 1 Vi i i-Vi c 1 i tore nrfrrm tfifnr fro Speed wheek styy tugjw Present coupon when order is wmien Cmw be used rt n ow coucot specek or e semce Cusomer csponstie tor soles ID Crrf Cgrporonon cots only ED MORSE AUTO PARK EXPIRES 51598 ED MORSE AUTO PARK EXPIRES 51598 I J L. skate, he looked looser than he has all season. He hit every one of his jumps with ease, soaring high into the air on the triple axel that was his downfall in Nagano. The men's short program is iVednesday. 1 PGA BLVD. 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