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sc THE PALM BEACH POST FRIDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1997 c Hill leads rain-delayed qualifier, Golf scores leads: Mike Brisky and Barb Mu-cha combined for a tournament-record nine-under-par 62 to take a; one-shot lead after the first round of the JCPenney Classic in Tarpon Springs. -1 Larry Miller 73-74-71-211 Larry Laeretti 75-73-71-218 Bob Menne 74-70-75-219 Dick Goetl 73-72-74- 219 Jeff Henderson 74-73-73-220 Job Wynn 74-74-72 - 220 Tion Parsons 74-74-72- 220 Robert Gaona 73-73-75- 221 Chuck Milne 71-71-79- 221 Harry Toscano 73-74-74- 221 John Irwin 76-71-74- 221 Roy Vucinich . 78-70-73- 221 Fred Ptyffer 74-72-76- 222 Burt Baine 74-73-75- 222 Sam Adams 75-72-75-222 Bobby Mitchell . . 76-71-75- 222 Ben Smith 71-76-76 -223 Tony Perla 76-72-75- 223 John Brodie 72-76-75- 223 Bob Panasik 75-73-76-224 Blake McCurdy 73-73-79-225 Ken Watkins 75-73-78-226 Chip Slavin 74-73-81-221 Steve Heckel 74-73-WD Wes Smith 73-75-WD Jeff Sluman and Dottie Pepper were at 63 in the event that features 52 teams made up of LPGAi and PGA tour players. Two shots back at 64 were! Holmes puts on his gloves finally IK" The Associated Press POMPANO BEACH WBC middleweight champion Keith Holmes is making just his second title defense Friday night, finally meeting former IBF junior welterweight champion Paul Vaden after two postponements Boxing The card also includes an . eight-round lightweight bout between Christy Martin, the top '' woman boxer in the world, and Marcela Acuna of Venezuela to- night. Since winning the World Box-' ing Council middleweight title ear-" ly last year, Holmes made a prom- ise to be a frequent defender. John Daly and Laura Davies, David Ogrin and Wendy Ward, Brent Geiberger and Tammie Green, Kirk Triplett and Julie Piers, and Willie Wood and Cathy OTwo share PGA series The Associated Press HAINES CITY Guy Hill shot a five-under-par 67, and was leading through two rounds of the PGA Tour qualifying tournament, delayed by rain Thursday with 74 players still on the course. Casey Martin, the former Stanford teammate of Tiger Woods whose lawsuit allowed him to ride in a cart for the 108-hole tournament, went around in 69 for 139. He was three shots behind Hill. Blaine McCallister, a former PGA Tour winner, and Lan Gooch were at 137, while Greg Kraft, Stephen Ames and Jeff Gallagher were another stroke back. McCallister had a 70, Gal lagher a 67, and Ames and Gooch carded 68s. The second of six rounds at the Grenelefe Resort did not get started until about 12:30 p.m. because of a storm system that moved through central Florida overnight and into the morning. Among those still on the course when the round was sus pended by darkness were two- time PGA Tour winner Scott Ver- plank, who led the first round with a 66. Robert Floyd, son of Raymond Floyd, had a 71 and was in a large group at 140 that included onetime tour winner Dicky Pride. The top 35 players from this week earn PGA Tour cards. The next 70 will be fully exempt on the Nike Tour, and the rest will receive conditional Nike Tour status. Martin has a leg disability that causes him pain to walk. A federal magistrate in Oregon issued a temporary injunction that allows him to ride in a cart for the final stage of qualifying, one of the most demanding tournaments in golf. The PGA Tour allows cart for the first two stages to speed up play, but bans them for the final six rounds to simulate tour conditions. A hearing is expected later this month to decide if the injunction . that allowed Martin to use a cart this week should be extended to the PGA Tour and the Nike Tour. BMickelson atop Million Dollar Challenge: Phil Mickelson shot a five-under-par 67, including a 31 on the back nine, to take a one-shot lead over Davis Love III in the Million Dollar Challenge in Sun City, South Africa. U.S. Open champion Ernie Els and Bernard Langer were at 69. Jesper Parnevik had a 70, and Nick Price had a 71. The 12-man field is competing for a $1 million first prize. Defending champion Colin Montgomerie was five over after three holes, including a triple-bogey on the third hole, and finished with a 78. Brisky-Mucha team Floyd never pushed sport on sons FatherSon Challenge WHO: Sixteen Senior PGA Tour players and their sons. Among the headliners are Jack Nicklaus, Lee Trevino, Gary Player, Raymond Floyd, Hale Irwin and Johnny Miller. WHEN: Pro-am today, first round Saturday, final round Sunday. WHERE: Windsor in Vera Beach. FORMAT: Two-man scramble. TV: WPTV-5, WTVJ-6, Saturday, 4 p.m.; Sunday, 4 p.m. TICKETS: Season ticket for $45. Today, $15; Saturday and Sunday, $30 each day. Gallery will be limited to 5,000. DIRECTIONS: Take 1-95 to Exit 69. Take State Road 512 east 2'2 miles to SR 510. Turn right and go 8V2 miles. Turn left on A1A; Windsor is 2 miles on left. PGA Tour qualifying Ttnindtr'i Krn after Hit raia-iltarttMa' (cat round 1 tha tSOO.OM taurnamtnl, playad an Mia Grtnaltfa Baiorfj 7,301-yard, pr-li (M-M) Wttt Coon and tha tV'Ot-yard, par.; I (IMS) Saul Count In Hainn City. Savanty-faur oollarj wtrt still M tht eniru wtiM play wai tuipandad. (Law IS and tias ill aarn PGA Tavr cardv tha nait 7 - ar naaratt re Jt in tha avant at a tie -will be hilly exempt an the Nike Teur, and the remaining will receive cenditienal Nike Teur status): Guy Hill 6-7-13e lan Gooch M-el-137 Blame McCallister 67-70 137 Jeff Gallagher 7MJ-13I Greg Kralt IMa-IM Stephen Ames TWI-IM John Riegger 70-4-139 Tommy Armour III 73-66-139 Casey Martin 70-69-139 Peter 0 Malley. 70-70-10 J.P. Hayes 71-69-140 Ty Armstrong 70-70-MO Tom Pernice Jr 71-69-10 GaryRusnak 69-71-140 Jimmy Johnston 70-70-140 Robert Floyd 69-71-10 Bop Burns 70-70-140 Dickey Pride 72-61-140 Anthony Painter 71-69-140 Jimmy Gilleon 69-72-141 Jimmy Green 74-67141 Joe Walsh 67-74-141 John Maginnes 71-70-141 Terry Price 73-61-141 Steve Jurgensen 74-67-141 Chris Couch 71-70-141 Steve Haskins 69-73-142 PaulClaxton 71-71-142 Brent Schwarirock 70-72-142 Brian Tennyson 70-72-142 Kent Jones 72-70-142 Chris Riley 73-69-142 Michael Allen 70-72-142 TimLoustalot 71-71-142 Emlyn Aubrey 75-67-142 Robin Freeman 73-69-142 Dennis Paulson 73-69-142 Patrick Lee 71-72-143 Stiles Mitchell 72-71-143 lain Steel 68-75-143 TimConley 70-73-143 MikeSposa 71-72-143 Craig Barlow 76-67-143 Charlie Rymer 71-72-143 Thomas R. Shaw 74-69-143 Keith Fergus ..67-76-143 Clark Dennis 71-72-143 Tom Harding 73-71-144 Jeff Klein 74-70-144 Woody Austin 73-71-144 Wes Short Jr 69-75-144 FranQuinn 76-68-144 John Morse 74-70-144 Don Reese 75-69-144 Jon Levitt 73-71-144 JayC. Davis 73-71-144 Chris Stutts , . . 70-75-145 Bob Friend 76-69-145 David McCampbell 70-75-145 Russell Beiersdorf 75-70-145 Michael Walton 70-75-145 Brian Clear 70-75-145 MattGogel 70-75-145 DonWalsworth 73-73-146 John Johnson 72-74-146 Perry Moss 71-75-146 Marco Gortana 72-74-146 JeftGove 74-72-146 Harry Taylor ; 71-75-146 Bud Still 76-70-146 Dave Schreyer 76-70-146 Steve Schneiter 76-71-147 Danny Edwards 75-72-147 Slade Adams 73-74-147 Jefl Brehaut 72-75-147 BobSowards 77-70-147 Craig Bowden 71-76-147 Dan Bateman 75-73-148 Joey Gullion 74-74-148 Steve Lamontagne 77-71-148 David Jackson 75-73-148 Tim Simpson 75-73-148 Michael Long 73-75-148 Craig Perks 75-74-149 Michael Muehr 76-73-149 David Seawell 73-76-149 Shane Tait 72-77-149 Aaron Meeks 76-74-150 Todd Erwin 75-75-150 John Robertson 75-75-150 Charlie Wi 79-72-151 Jason Gore 78-75-153 DeanePappas 79-75-154 Notah Begay III 80-75-155 Senior PGA Tour qualifying Thursday's scores after the third reund of the $70,000 tournament, played an the TPC at Sawgrass' 6,764-yard, par-72 ( 36-36) Valley Course in Pante Vedra Beach (Law eight players after the 72-hale event will be fully exempt for tha 1998, while tha second eight players will receive partial exemptions). Bun Thomas 69-71-68 - 208 David Lundstrom 71-68-69- 208 Joe Inman .,, . 72-66-71-209 Dick Hendrlckson 70-69-70 - 209 Kurt Cox .' 72-69-69-210 Jose Maria Canlzares 70-71-70-21! Fred Gibson 73-68-70 - 211 John L Schroeder 74-66-71-211 Bill King 74-70-68 - 212 Denny Lyons 72-71-69-212 Ray Arinno 72-68-72-212 JohnO. Morgan 71-71-71-213 Steve Veriato 71-71-71-213 Bob Irving . 73-67-73-213 Bruce Lehnhard 73-71-70-214 Hank Cooper 71-72-71-214 Mike McCullough 74-70-70-214 Bill Brask 71-72-71-214 Bill Kennedy 69-73-72-214 Bob E. Smith 69-73-72-214 Brian Barnes 72-70-72-214 Tom Jenkins 76-71-67-214 Waller H, Hall 68-71-75- 214 Will Sowles 74-70-71-215 Horacio Carbonetti 72-72-71-215 Jim Wilkinson 74-71-70-215 Chuck Montalbano 74-69-72-215 Hal Underwood 73-70-72-215 George Yokoi 71-71-73-215 Terry Dill 73-69-73-215 Dan Wood 71-70-74-215 Ted Hayes 69-75-72-216 Buddy Whitten 74-71-71-216 Tom Knapp 71-74-71-21 Bob Carson 76-70-70-216 Mike Morley 72-74-70-216 Robert Landers 70-71-75-216 Noel Ratcliffe 70-73-74-217 John Gentile 75-69-74-218 Bobby Stroble 74-71-73-218 Chuck Thorpe 72-71-75-218 Joel Velasco 72-69-77 - 218 " , "ATricaTlingelne If 963-0070 LZ 42N I0h An. ., toil 1M NOW HIKING fitting. PretL it Military Trail 625-9060 BODY WORKS PRIVATE SUITES S 863-7337 727 Northlake Blvd. I block east of Prosperity Farms Rd. NPB JC Penney Classic Thursday's scores after tha first reund of the SI S million tournament on the 4,330-yard (women;, 7,0S4yard (man), par71 Capper-head Course at the Westin Innnbrook Resort in Tarpon Springs. Mike Brisky-Barb Much 31-31-62 Jeff Sluman-Dottie Pepper 34-29-63 Brent Geiberger-Tammie Green . . 32-3264 Kirk Tnplell-Julie Piers 31-33-64 John Daly-Laura Davies .... 32-32 - 64 David Ogrin Wendy Ward 31-33-64 Willie Wood-C. Johnston-Forbes . . 33-31-64 Stewart Cink-Emilee Klein 32-33-65 Kenny Perry-Jane Crafter 31-34-65 Mike Hulbert-Donna Andrews . . . 32-33-65 Dudley Hart-Dawn Coe-Jones .... 33-32-65 Ted Tryba-Cindy Rarick 33-32- 65 Michael Bradley-Colleen Walker . . 32-33 65 Mike Slandly-Karen Weiss 32-33-65 Jay Don Blake-O. Ammaccapane . 33-32-65 Steve Pate-Meg Mallon 32-33-65 Fulton Allem-Sally Little 34-31-65 Jim Dent-Kim Williams 33-32-65 Peter Baker-Alison Nicholas 32-33 - 65 Dan Forsman-Catriona Matthew . .31-34-65 Robert Gamei-Helen Altredsson . . 34-32-66 Jay Overton-Dale Eggeling 33-33 - 66 Len Mattiace-Michelle McGann . . 32-34-66 V. Singh-Marie-Laure de Lorenti . 33-33-66 Skip Kendall-Michele Redman . . . 32-34 -66 Billy Mayfair-Brandie Burton .... 33-33 - 66 Clarence Rose-Amy Fruhwirth . . . 34-32 66 Glen Day-Melissa McNamara 33-34 -67 P H. Horgan Ill-Cindy Figg-Currler 34-33-67 Paul Azinger-Susie Redman 33-34- 67 Jim Carter-Maggie Will-Halpin . . . 34-33 - 67 S. Stricker-V. Goetje-Ackermon . . 35-32-67 Doug Martin-Carln Hi Koch 34-33-67 Rocco Mediate-Missie Berteotli . . 33-34-67 Kelly Gibson-Jane Geddes 35-33-68 Fred Funk-Tina Barrett 35-33 - 68 Paul Stankowski-Dana Dormann .36-32 - 68 Tommy Tolles-Leto Lindley 34-34-68 Steve Lowery-Chris Johnson 34-34-68 Wayne Levi-Amy Alcott 35-33 - 68 Brad Fabel-Lisa Hackney 32-37-69 Joe Durant-Erika Wicoff 37-32-69 David Toms-J. Gallagher-Smith . . 34-35-69 Nolan Henke-Terry-Jo Myers .... 35-34-69 Brad Bryant-Marta Figueras-Dotti 34-35 - 69 Kenny Perry-Jane Crafter 32-37- 69 Russ Cochran-Cindy Schreyer .... 34-35- 69 Tom Purtzer-Juli Inkster 35-35-70 Lee Rinker-Marianne Morris 36-34- 70 Peter Kostis-Deb Richard 35-35-70 Chip Beck-Charlotta Sorenstam . . 39-32 - 71 Billy Andrade-Kris Tschetter 36-36 - 72 Office Depot FatherSon Challenge Thursday's results of the tournament at Windsor. Billy Casper 25.35 Jerry Pale 25.65 Andy Miller 26.10 Ronnie Stockton 26.25 AIGeiberger 26.45 David Charles 26.50 LeeTrevino 26.65 Steve Irwin 26.80 Hale Irwin -26.95 Bobby Casper 27:05 Raymond Floyd Jr 27.15 Dave Stockton . 27 20 Bob Charles 27.20 Wayne Player 27.30 Raymond Floyd 27.45 Warren Jacklin 27.45 Jack Nicklaus 27.45 Larry Nelson 27.55 Johnny Miller 27.65 David Graham 27.70 Gary Player 27.70 KyleCoody 28.55 GaryNicklaus 28.65 Tony Jacklin 28 90 TomWeiskopf 29.20 EricWeiskopf 29.30 John Geiberger 29.30 Drew Nelson 29 35 Wesley Pate 29.35 Charles Coody 30 90 Tony Lee Trevino 31.15 Andrew Graham 31.30 Today's Pairings 1st Tee: 9:00 a.m.: Gary Player. 9:10: Wayne Player. 9:20: Johnny Miller. 9:30: Andy Miller. 9:40: Dave Stockton. 9:50: Ron Stockton. 10:00: Billy Casper. 10:10: Bobby Casper. 10:20: Charles Coody. 10:30: Kyle Coody. 10:40: Jerry Pale. 10:50: Wesley Pale. 11:00: Al Geiberger. 11:10: John Geiberger. 11:20: Larry Nelson. 11:30: Drew Nelson. 10th Tea: 9:00 a.m.: Lee Trevino, 9:10: Tony Lee Trevino. 9:20: Hale Irwin. 9:30: Steve Irwin. 9:40: Jack Nicklaus. 9:50: Gary Nicklaus. 10:00: Raymond Floyd. 10:10: Raymond Floyd, Jr. 10:20: David Graham. 10:30: Andrew Graham. 10:40: Tony Jacklin. 10:50: Warren Jacklin. 11:00: Tom Weiskopf. 11:10: Eric Weiskopf. 11:20: Bob Charles. 11:30: David Charles. Saturday's Pairings 8:20 a.m.: Tony and Warren Jacklin Charles and Kyle Coody. 1:30: Billy and Bobby CasperBob and David Charles. 1:40: Larry and Drew NelsonDavid and Andrew Graham. 1:50: Tom and Eric Weiskopf Jerry and Wesley Pale. 9:00: Al and John Gel-bergerDave and Ronnie Stocton. 9:10: Lee and Tony Lee TrevinoHaie and Steve Irwin. 9:20: Jack and Gary NicklausGary and Wayne Player. 9:30: Johnny and Andy MillerRaymond and Raymond Floyd, Jr. Appearing mgm lead: Wendell Coffee of Peachtrp City, Ga and Terry Houser oi u raiion, Mo., matched two-over par 74s m the rain to share the firs round lead in a PGA Tournamen Series seniors event at the Villag uoit Club in Koyal Palm Beach. The season's first senior diviJ sion competition for PGA orates sionals 50 years and older drew 2gj starters, lhe final round is todayj on tne b,4Ud-yard course. 74: Wendell Coffee, Peachtree City, Ga 36-38. terry Mouser, UFailon, Mo., 40-34. 75: Bob Alton, Fontano, Wis., 37-38. Martin Bohen. Suffern. H v 40-35. Tom Deaton, Southfield, Mich., 37-38. Roger rtciiiieur, r-ufiipano oeocn, jv-je. uoug wain, Flint, Mich., 39-36. 76: Jimmy Day, Baton Rouoe. L . . 37. Bill Miller, Fort Wayne, Ind., 38-38. Charlid nnoore, vvaiiingtoro, conn., 37-39. 77: Tom Gunning Latham, N.Y., 36-41. John Nichols Jr., Momgoml ery, ma., WW. a This story was supplemented by rost wire services. is watching your son react to situaj tions you've been in your entire career. We just love it as fathers.' A change in the format to i scramble on both days should make for low scoring. Floyd saij he wouldn't be surprised if a teani got hot and "lapped the field." If it were the Floyds, it woul mean a pleasant end to a disap pointing season for the elder Ray mond. He knows he's getting clos er to the day when he become:; more of a ceremonial golfer. "I don't want to be a burden td the game," he said. "If I can he!; it, I want to continue. 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De La Hoya, Riviera play r power game: Oscar De La Hoya will defend the WBC welterweight ' title he won with a unanimous and disputed decision over Pernell Whitaker on April 12 when he '"fights Wilfredo Riviera Saturday ' night in Atlantic City, N.J. , De La Hoya (26-0, 21 knock- " 6uts) was a 9-1 favorite to win the ' featured bout on a championship tripleheader at the Convention Center that will be carried on pay-per-view by TVKO beginning at 9 p.m. Rosario buried: Texas Rangers outfielder Juan Gonzalez and boxing champions Wilfredo Velazquez and Felix Trinidad were among the thousands of mourners at the funeral for former champion Edwin Rosario in San Juan, Puerto Rico. Put 'em up WHAT: Don King Productions Inc. World Championship Boxing WHEN: Today, 4:15 p.m. at Pompano Beach Amphitheater. Doors open at 4. TV: Showtime, 9:30 p.m.-midnight MAIN EVENTS: WBC middleweight championship, 12 rounds, Keith Holmes, Washington D.C. (29-1, 19KOs)vs. Paul Vaden, San Diego (27- 1, 14 KOs); IBF junior flyweight championship, 12 rounds, Mauricio Pastrana, Colombia (16-0, 13 KOs) vs. Manuel Herrera, Dominican Republic (18-5- 2, 7 KOs); Women's Pound-for-Pound Championship, 10 rounds, Christy Martin, Orlando (33-1-2, 22 KOs) vs. Marcela Acuna, Argentina (15-14, 4 KOs). ADMISSION: $24, $50, $100. Available through Ticketmaster (561)966-3309 or Amphitheater (954) 946-2402. INTIMACIES Private Modeling Body Shampoos I iS 684-9343 ymmi 2424 N. Cnneress Ave. 1 block North of Bettedere Arrow from the D"f Track & Airpnrt 3 LUNCH 3675 S. m. It'- a m I i f.P 1 1 S mi fOI Blvd B aft T IFFANY'S World Mon. GOLF From 1C bined to win the two previous fatherSons. But instead of DreDarinc for a possible "threepeat" Thursday, lioyd spent most of the rainy afternoon monitorine Robert's progress by phone (he shot a 71 tor a tnree-under 140 total, four shots off the lead in the rain- delayed event). Now we re the anxious Dar- ents. bitins our fineernails." Ray mond said. "It's special because they re doing what they want to do. I never pushed eolf on them. Ever since Robert was a little boy, he wanted to Dlav coif. Ravmond would like to Dlav coif, but he's prepared to do other things." bo is their dad. rloyd, 55, who won 23 events and four maiors on the PGA Tour and 13 events on the Senior Tour, admits he's lost some of his fierce comDetitive- ness. That icy stare he would gain whenever he was in contention rarely surfaces anymore. f loyd is in the process of mov ing his home and business operations from Miami to Palm Beach. His focus has strayed on the course, and the results show. Besides not winning a Senior event for the first time since joining the tour in 1992, he fell to 23rd in monev earnings ($584,755. the first time he's not finished in the top 10. "When vou Dlav golf for 36 years, it's hard to stay totally com- Tonight Thru Saturday at... $2 SHOT inozn Ocen til S AM Champagne Rooms bat 3 pm lo 5 am Sun 3 pm lo 3 am comf sff mitted," he said. "I have lost some interest (in golf), but that happens to me from time to time. After I look back on it, that's not the me I like. I love to win and I like to be competitive. I think it will refocus me for next year." Floyd said he thinks about the prospects of his golf becoming more ceremonial than competitive. It will be a little of both this weekend, in the 36-hole event that features 16 teams of Senior Tour players and their sons. The chance to win a third title in a row will serve as a great motivation for Raymond the younger one, that is. "I think it's more competitive for the kids," Floyd said. "Of course, I want to win, but what makes this tournament so special CHEAP? 642-8843 gm 1000 1. 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