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TUESDAY, MAY 15, 1990 6C SPORTS FOR THE RECORD OUTDOORS ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH NBA ALL-ROOKIE TEAM NEW YORK (AP) Balloting results for the 1989-90 All-NBA rookie team as voted by the 27 NBA head coaches (Two points awarded for a First Team vote and one point for a Second Team vote; coaches are not allowed to vote for players on their own team): FIRST TEAM David Robinson, San Antonio 52 Tim Hardaway, Golden State 52 Vlade Divac. LA Lakers 40 Sherman Douglas, Miami 39 Pooh Richardson, Minnesota 33 SECOND TEAM J.R. Reid, North Carolina 28 Sean Elliott, San Antonio 26 Stacey King, Chicago 23 Blue Edwards. Utah 20W Glen Rice, Miami 20 OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES Cliff Robinson, Portland, 18; Nick Anderson, Orlando, 15V4; Dana Barros, Seattle, 12; Sam Mitchell, Minnesota, 7; Shawn Kemp, Seattle, 5; B.J. Armstrong, Chicago, 4; Sarunas Marciu-lionis. Golden State 3; Todd Lichti, Denver, 3; Michael Smith, Boston. 1; Alexander Volkov. Atlanta, 1 ; Mookie Blaylock. New Jersey, 1; Michael Ansley, Orlando, 1. NBA PLAYOFFS CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Best-of-Seven Series) Today's Games (St. Louis Times) New York at Detroit, 7 p.m. (Detroit leads series 3-1) Phoenix at LA Lakers, 9:30 p.m. (Phoenix leads series 3-1) San Antonio at Portland, 9:30 p.m. (series tied 2-2) Wednesday's Game Philadelphia at Chicago, 7 p.m. (Chicago leads series 3-1) Thursday's Games Portland at San Antonio, 7 p.m. LA Lakers at Phoenix, 9:35 p.m. (if necessary) Friday's Games Detroit at New York, 7 p.m. (if necessary) Chicago at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. (if necessary) Saturday's Garnet Phoenix at LA Lakers, 2:30 p.m. (if necessary) San Antonio at Portland, TBA (if necessary) - , Sunday's Games New York at Detroit, noon (if necessary) Philadelphia at Chicago, TBA (if necessary) MEN'S TENNIS NCAA DIVISION II TOURNAMENT (At Dwigiit Davit Tennis Center) First-Round Matches Cal-Davit 5. Abilene Christian 1 SINGLES Benjie Aguirre def. Matthias Poth 6-7, 6-1, 6-0; Tom Burwell def. Lance Cowart 4-6,6-1, 7-5; Chris Collins (ACU) def. David Allen 6-0, 6-1; Mark Segesta def. Brent Klapprott o-u. o-; &con tzeii aer. jonnny i intent 6-2, 5-7, 6-1; Jeff McCann def. Pat Marrie 6-2, 7-5. SW BaDtist 6. Chaoman Colleae 0 SINGLES Mario Llano def. Michael Zuerchel 6-4. 7-5: Rob Littlefield det. David Seline 6-3, 7-5: Gary Jones def. Laurent Drepsy 6-2, 6-2; Jordan Sanchez det. Allen Juinio 6-2, 1-6, 6-3; Jeff Behnken def. Darren Capik 6-3, 7-6; Lar Van Gelder def. Pete Bol- tan Gelder 6-2, 3-6, 7-5. Cal-Rivertide 5. Bloomsbura (Pa.) 3 SINGLES Lance Milner IB) def. Darin Pleasant 6-7, 6-1, 7-5; Chris Fwinn ICR) def. Rolv Lamv 6-3. 6-4: Mark Lupinacci (B) def. Greg Skaggs 6-2, 7-6; Kevin Klabunde (CR) def. Mike Petersen 6-3. 6-2; Matt Quigley IB) det. Art Hsien 6-3, e-J; Brian nan lord (UH) oet. trie Meyer z-o, 0-4 0 nni IBLES Hanford and Ouialev def. Hsieh and Ryan 6-4, 6-2; Pleasant and Petersen def. Ewinq and Lupin acci 6-3, 6-1; Klabunde and Lamy det. Skaggs and Milner o-t , 6-4. Cat Pofv-SLO 5. Rollins (Fla.) 1 Neal Berrvman def. Paul Lennicx 6-3, 4-6. 7-6; Tim Fresenius def. Brett Field 6-1, 6-2; Eric Sasao def. Bill LeBlank 6-1, 7-6; Peter Killian def. Matt Rose 5-7. 7-6. 6-1: Mike Her nandez (R) def. Alex Havrilenko 4-6, 6-4, 7-6; Brendan Walsh def. Alex Dawk 6-1, 6-2. BASEBALL NJCAA REGION 16 CHAMPIONSHIP (First Game) CROWDR 120 101 400 00 9 11 0 T. RIVERS 003 500 100 0110 16 3 Ralston, Cook (3), Conaty (5), Allen (8) and Royse; Simmons, Chris Welsh (6). Barry (7). Steve Welsh (8) and Johnson. HRs Royse (C), Eaker (IH). (Second Game) THREE RIVERS 200 43514 11 CROWDER 000 020 2 4 3 Evans. Steve Welsh (6) and Johnson: Hill, Hareer (4), Shelley (4), Watson (oi, benaer (oj ana i-ioyse. MM -Wages (TR). PRO TOURNAMENTS ITALIAN OPEN (In Rome) First-Round Singlet Jay Berger (5) def. Amos Mansdorf 3-6, 6-1, 6-0; Guillermo Perez-Roldan (12) det. Ronald Agenor 6-7 (4-7), 6-2, 6-4: Brad Gilbert ii) def. Jim Puah 1-6. 6-4, 6-4; Jaime Yzaga def. Javier Sanchez 6-4, 4-6, 6-4; Emiiio Sanchez (4) def. Andrew sznajaer b-z, B-i; Marceio Filippini def. Todd Witsken 4-6, 6-3. 6-4; Andres Gomez (3) def. Yannick Noah 6- 1,6-7(3-7). 6-3. GERMAN OPEN WOMEN'S TOURNAMENT (In West Berlin, Germany) First-Round Singles Reglna Rajchrtova def. Stacey Martin 6-4, 7-5; Anke Huber def. Tami Whit-linger 6-4, 6-2; Catarina Lindqvist (14) def. Silke Meier 7-6 (7-2), 6-0; Hadka zruDakova oet. jenny Byrne o-z, o-j; Ann Grossman def. Isabella Demon- geot 6-4, 6-3; Wiltrud Probst def. Bet-tina Fulco 6-3, 4-6, 6-2; Nathalie Tau- ziat (10) def. Marketa Kochta 7-6 (7-5), 6-4; Nicole Jagerman def. Patricia Tar-abini 3-0, retired; Sabine Hack def. Sylvia Hanika 6-2. 6-4; Radka Zrubakova def. Jenny Byrne 6-2, 6-3; Leila Meskhi ii3) det. Amanaa uoetzer o-u, o-u; Harm Mandlikova (15) def. Shaun Stafford 6-4. 6-3: Nicole Provis det. Rachel McQuillan 6-0, 6-1; Katia Piccolini def. Samantha Smith 6-3, 6-1 ; Natalia Med-vedeva def. Kathy Rinaldi 7-5, 7-6 (7-2); Mercedes Paz det. Sarah Loosemore 6-3, 4-6, 7-5; Cecilia Dahlman def. Jo-Anne Faull 6-4, 6-1; Sandra Cecchinl (16) def. Rene Simpson 6-4. 7-6 (1 1-9); Judith Wiesner (9) def. Veronika Mar-tinek 6-2. 6-4; Florencia Labat def. Isabel Cueto (11) 4-6, 7-6 (7-4), 6-1; Elise Burgin def. Elna Reinach 1-6, 6-3, 6-1 . TODAY COLLEGE TENNIS (MEN): NCAA Division II championships at Dwight Davis Tennis Center in Forest Park. COLLEGE GOLF (MEN): Southern lllinois-Edwardsville in NCAA Division II national meet in Jupiter. Fla. WEDNESDAY COLLEGE SOFTBALL: Meramec Community College in National Junior College Athletic Association national tournament in Hutchinson. Kan. COLLEGE TENNIS (MEN): NCAA Division II championships at Dwight Davis Tennis Center in Forest Park. COLLEGE GOLF (MEN): Southern lllinois-Edwardsville in NCAA Division II national meet in Jupiter, Fla. MISL PLAYOFFS WESTERN DIVISION FINAL (Best-Of-Seven Series) Friday't Game (St. Louis Times) Dallas at San Diego, 9:35 p.m. (series tied 1-1) Sunday's Game Dallas at San Diego. 8:05 p m. Tuesday, May 22 Dallas at San Diego, 9:35 p.m. Thursday, May 24 San Diego at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. (if necessary) Saturday, May 26 San Diego at Dallas, 7:35 p.m. (if necessary) EASTERN DIVISION FINAL (Best-Of-Seven Series) i Wednesday's Game (St. Louis Timet) Baltimore at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. (Baltimore leads series 2-0) Sunday's Result Baltimore 4. Kansas City 2 Friday's Game Baltimore at Kansas City, 7:35 p.m. Sunday, May 20 Baltimore at Kansas City, 2:05 p.m. (if necessary) Tuesday, May 22 Kansas City at Baltimore, 6:35 p.m. (if necessary) Thursday, May 24 Kansas City at Baltimore, 6:35 p.m. (if necessary; TODAY'S SCHEDULE MISSOURI STATE PLAYOFFS Class 4A District 2 First Round Kirkwood at Lindbergh, 4:15 Vianney at Mehlville, 4:15 District 3 Semifinals (At Eureka) Eureka vs. Pacific, 3 Northwest-House Springs vs. Hills-boro. 5 District 4 Semifinals (At Ballwin Field 1) Chaminade vs. Parkway West, 5 Parkway South vs. Lafayette, 8 District 5 Semifinals Webster Groves at Roosevelt, 4 St. Mary's at DuBourg, 4 District 6 First Round Vashon vs. Sumner at Fairgrounds Park 1,4 University City vs. Beaumont at Fairgrounds Park 5, 4 District 7 Semifinals McCluer North vs. Normandy at McCluer (Upper Field), 4 Hazelwood Central vs. McCluer at McCluer (Lower Field), 4 District 8 Semif inall Hazelwood West vs. DeSmet at Florissant Valley Community College, 4.15 Pattonville vs. Ritenour at Parkway Central, 4:15 District 9 Semifinals Francis Howell at Wentzville, 4 Fort Zumwalt South at Francis Howell North, 4 Class 3A District 3 Semifinals (At Festus Sunset Park) Herculaneum vs. Windsor, 3:30 Festus vs. Ste. Genevieve. 6 District 4 Semif inala (At Heine Meine Field) St. John's vs. Hancock, 4 Affton vs. Bayless. 6:30 District 5 Semifinals Kennedy at Burroughs, 4:15 Clayton at Priory, 4:15 District 6 Semifinals (At Owensville) Union vs. OwensvilleSt. James winner, 4 Borgia vs. Sullivan. 6:30 District 7 Semifinals Jennings vs. Soldan at Koeneman Park. 4 Math & Science at Lutheran North, 4 District 8 Semifinals Aquinas-Mercy at St. Dominic, 4 Troy vs. Duchesne at Troy City Park, 4:30 Class 2A District 4 First Round (At Brentwood Park) Cardinal Ritter vs. Wellston, 4 Metro vs. Maplewood, 7 District 5 First Round Elsberry at Wright City, 4:30 Class 1 A District 5 Semifinal (At Vallev Park) Valley Park vs. Whitfield. 4:15 District v semmnais (At St Elizabeth) New Bloomfield vs. New Haven, 4 Stoutland vs. St. Elizabeth. 6 ILLINOIS CLASS A STATE PLAYOFFS Regionele-First Round (At Jacksonville Routt) Franklin at Hardin Calhoun, 4 Carrollton at Carlinville. 4 Palmyra Northwestern at Bunker Hill, 4 i Al diaumon; Vandalia at Litchfield, 4 Livingston at Hillsboro, 4 Mulberry Grove at Pana, 4 Ramsey at Staunton, 4 (At Steeleville) Red Bud at Chester, 4 (AtWesclln) Farina Lagrove at Sandoval, 4 SOUTHWESTERN CONF. Belleville West at Alton, 4:30 Belleville East at East St. Louis (Jones Park). 4:30 Granite City at Collinsville. 4:30 NUN-UUNr-tHtNUt Althoff at Cahokia, 4 Lovejoy at Venice, 4 Roxana at Triad, 4 Mascoutah at Mater Dei, 4 Lebanon at Valmever. 4:30 Gillespie vs. Marquette (Gordon Moore fark), 7:19 GIRLS SOCCER MISSOURI DISTRICT TOURNAMENTS District 3 Semifinals St. Mary's 3, Wentzville 0 (SM: Jenn Saunders, Jenny Noto, Shannon Castle; shutout by Kim Maschman) St. Dominic 4, Fort Zumwalt North 0 (SD: Colleen Murphy 2, Jenny Benton, Kori Stiervater; shutout by Christy Mueller and Dawn Fearnley) District 4 Semifinals St. Charles 3, Francis Howell North 2 (ot) (SC: Cindy Scheffer 2. Diane Er-meling. FHN: Stacy Brazzle 2) Duchesne 3, St. Charles West 0 (0: Nicole Christ, Cathy Hammond, An- gie Knobbe; shutout by Sarah tevens) District 6 Semifinals Hazelwood East 1, McCluer North 0 (HE: Lori Wiese; shutout by Chris Tebbe) Rosary 2, Hazelwood Central 1 (R: Jennifer Decher, Cristina Caira. HC: Candy Dodson) District 7 Championship Parkway Central 2, Parkway North 1 (Parkway Central advances on penalty kicks) (PC: Julie Glebe, Bay Iran. PN: Chris Henkens) District 8 Semifinals Visitation 3, Villa Duchesne 1 (VIZ: Michelle McCarthy 2. Barbara Lambo-ley. VILLA: Chris Thomas) St. Joseph's 7, Ladue 0 (SJ: Kelly O'Toole 3, Jill Sobacke 2, Beth Ernst, Anita Baum; shutout Sheli Kleba) District 9 Semifinals Ritenour 6, University City 0 (R: Renee Johson 2, Kim Novak, Stacy Joyce, Kelly Fisher, Debbie Droll; shutout by Tony Milan) District 11 semmnais Nerlnx Hall 2, Kirkwood 0 (NH: Terrl Basco, Beth Muth; shutout by Jeni Hubert) Ursuline 1, Webster Groves 0 (U: Julie Candido: shutout by nicxi rennngj District 12 Semifinal Lafayette 2, Parkway South 0 (L: Stephanie Barrowclough 2; shutout Melissa scnneioer Kennedy 2, Parkway West 0 District 14 Semifinals Cor Jesu 1, Norte Dame 1 (Cor Jesu advances on penalty kicks) (uj Jenni Niemira. ND: Jill Thurman) District 15 Semifinals Oakvllle 2, Lindbergh 0 (O: Jenni Burt on Z: shutout by Keiiev Mearnei Mehlville 3, Fox 0 (M: Qumcy Wolkowitz 3; shutout by stacey woney) GIRLS SOFTBALL Principia 4, Clayton 1 unneran sou in invnanonei (Winner's Bracket) St. Joseph s 1, Nerinx Hall 0 (St. Jo sephs Michelle uorrigan pncneo a inning no-hitter) BOYS GOLF f mmr STANLEY CUP FINAL Best-Of-Seven Series (St Louis Times) Today's Game Edmonton at Boston, 6:35 p.m. Friday's Game Edmonton at Boston. 6:35 p.m. Sunday, May 20 Boston at Edmonton, 7:05 p.m. Tuesday, May 22 Boston at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. Thursday, May 24 Edmonton at Boston, 6:35 p.m. (if necessary) . Saturday, May 26 Boston at Edmonton, 7:05 p.m. (if necessary) Tuesday, May 29 Edmonton at Boston, 6:35 p.m. (If necessary) MAJOR -LEAGUE BASEBALL National League Favorite Odds Underdog CARDINALS 6V4-7V4 Houston CINCINNATI 6-7 Pittsburgh ATLANTA 5V4-6Vi Chicago SAN DIEGO 6-7 Philadelphia S. FRANCISCO Pik'em New York L. ANGELES SMVt Montreal American League Favorite Odds Underdog NEW YORK SVi-6i Minnesota Oakland Pik'em CLEVELAND TORONTO 8V4-7V2 Seattle CHICAGO 5V4-6Vi Baltimore MILWAUKEE 6-7 California KAN. CITY Evn-6 Boston TEXAS 6-7 Detroit NHL STANLEY CUP Favorite Goals Underdog BOSTON 1 flat Edmonton NBA PLAYOFFS Favorite Points Underdog DETROIT 9 NewYorF: PORTLAND 5 San Antonio LA LAKERS 9 Phoenix Home team in CAPS (Under odds, or money line, the first number indicates amount you win if you pick the underdog and wager $5, the second number indicates the amount you have to risk to win $5 if you pick the favorite.) 1990 Tribune Media Services. Inc. BASEBALL ATLANTA BRAVES Purchased the contract first baseman-catcher Francisco Cabrera from Richmond of the International League: optioned first baseman Mike Bell to Greenville of the Southern League. CINCINNATI REDS Placed second baseman Mariano Duncan on the 15-day disabled list: transferred outfielder Eric Davis from the 15-10 the 21-day disabled list: called up infielder Paul Noce from Nashville of the American Association. MONTREAL EXPOS Recalled catcher Jerry Goff from Indianapolis of the American Association; optioned catcher Nelson Santovenia to Indianapolis. SEATTLE MARINERS Recalled shortstop Omar Vizquel from injury rehabilitation and optioned him to Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. FOOTBALL BUFFALO BILLS Signed quarterback Dave Schell and defensive end Clyde Glover. HOUSTON OILERS Signed quarterback Mike Perez, wide receiver Al Owens, running back Victor Jones, and offensive lineman Dan Rosado. HOCKEY QUEBEC NORDIQUES Signed defenseman Michel Petit to a multiyear contract. COLLEGE BOWDOIN Named Thomas E. McCsbe men's lacrosse and assistant football coach. EASTERN WASHINGTON An-nouned that athletic director Ron Raver has been reassigned to the position of special assistant for athletic development with the EWU Foundation effective July 1. GEORGIA TECH Announced that forward Dennis Scott will forgo his senior season to enter the NBA draft. HOUSTON Announced that forward Carl forward, will forgo his senior season to enter the NBA draft. MISSOURI STATE TOURNAMENT CLASS 4A TEAM SCORES (AtA.L.Gustin Jr. G.C.) (In Columbia) Team Scorea Wentzville 294, Columbia Hickman 297, St. Joseph s Central 305, Joplin 313, Blue Springs 313, Rockhurst 314, Hazelwood Central 315, Francis Howell North 315, Springfield Hill-crest 315, Lafayette 318, DeSmet 320, Poplar Bluff 322, Parkway West 324, Vianney 324, Truman 325, Si-keston 326 Individual Leaders 67 Jason Schultz (Hickman). 71 Robert Hussen (jopiini. n ivier Morgan (St. Joseph's Central). 73 Scott Hovls (Jefferson City), Kris Casburn (Blue Springs), Chris inman (Wentzville), Brian Basich (Wentzville). 74 Jason Hudson (Wentzville), Levi Gonzalez (Wentzville), Aaron Gleason (Sikeston), Burt Roney (Rockhurst), Tom Renken (Francis Howell North), Joey Parr (Hillcrest), Pat Trittler (Hazelwood Central). DeSmet Scorea 75 Dave Sharp. 80 Mike West. 81 Jim weir. 84 Andy McMillan. B5 Jason Tegethoff. Francis Howell North Scores 74 Renken. 77 Mike Africa. 82 Chad Hull, Dirk Pointer. 86 Jim Davey. Hazelwood Central Scores 74 P. Trittler. 78 James Trittler. 81 Jim Earle. 82 Tim Hydar. 99 Mark Carroll. Lafavette Scores 76 Steve Cox. 78 Scott Carrow- clough. 80 Scott Blankiey. 84 Brian Daugbjerg. 88 Jamie Moffitt. Parkway west Scorea 79 Travis Stork. 80 Jay Holmes. 81 Jim wening. 64 bin Bier-mann. 91 Sean Scully. Vianney Scores 76 Matt Cowie. 80 Jon Aboussie. 81 Robert McClellan. 87 Nate McKean. 95 Doug Banstetter. Wentzville Scores 73 Inman, Basich. 74 Hudson, Gonzalez. 79 Morgan uonzaiez. Other St. Louia Scores 81 Ed Eimer (Hazelwood West). 83 Lane uoie (rarxway ventral). Brian Burkey (Parkway Central). 85 Sean Sullivan (Lindbergh), Ted Fischer (Pattonville). 87 Ben Che-val (St. Louis U. High). lla&s j i cam n,un (At Lake Of The Woods Q.C.) (In Columbia) Country Day 306, Warrensburg 308, Clinton 313, Eldon 314, Jefferson City Helias 319, St. Joseph's Benton 325, Chaminade 330, Aurora 332, Richmond 333, Columbia Rock Bridge 334, Marshall 338, Camden-ton 338, Branson 339, New Madrid County Central 342, Nixa 357, Maiden 358 Individual Leaders 71 Chris Collins (Cassville). 74 Darin Baldwin (Warrensburg), Ryan Smith (Clinton). 75 Kit Nowicki (Country Day), Kyle MacFayden (Eldon), J.C. Ireland (Richmond), Chad Bradley (North County Desloge). 77 Mark Freeland (Count Day), Trip McCoy (County Day), Bill Pruellage (Country Day), Bill Chapman (Jefferson City Helias), Chad Huffmann (Warrensburg). Chaminade Scorea 81 Todd Moussa. 82 Skip Berk-meyer, Larry Farrell. 85 Ernesto Gapasin. 89 Jeff Marquitz. Country Day Scores 75 Nowicki. 77 Freeland, McCoy, Pruellage. 83 Steve Irwin. Other SL Louia Scorea 83 Pat Kalish (Aquinas-Mercy). 89 Craig Jones (Affton). CLASS 1A-2A TEAM SCORES (At LA. NickellG.C.) (In Columbia) John Burroughs 306, Pembroke Hill 310, Louisiana 313, Monroe City 324, Priory 331, McAuley 332, Marcelline 341, Rock Port 342, California 342, Cabool 344, Springfield Catholic 344, Independence St. Mary's 350, Brookfield 353, Tipton 355, Tarkio 375 Individual Leaders 72 Chris Jackson (Monroe City). 73 Mike Farris (California). Brad Mc- Carty (Louisiana), Ted Moloney (Priory), Brett Waldman (Kansas City St. Plus), Troy Tremaine (Harrisburg), Judo Hagler (Mount Vernon). 74 Andy Rogers (John Burroughs). 75 Bob Cranston (John Burroughs), Alex Sleeker (Pembroke Hill). John Burroughs Scorea 74 Rogers. 75 Cranston. 78 Mike Brown. 79 Mike Todorovich. 81 Chad Crystal. Priory Scores 73 Moloney. 82 Doug Diemer. 88 John Virtel. 90 Nguyen Violette. 92 Brian Rothery. Other SL Louis Scores 82 Jody Trover (Whitfield). 96 Chad Shelton (Westminster). BOYS VOLLEYBALL DeSmet def. Rosary 15-9, 15-2 DeSmet def. Rosary 15-4, 15-12 BOYS TENNIS St. Mary's 7, Aquinas-Mercy 0 BASEBALL MONDAY'S LINESCORES EDWARDSVILLE 000 021 0-3 7 2 COLLINSVILLE 000 100 0-1 8 0 EDWARDSVILLE - Funkhouser 1-4 2B, Morrison 1-3 HR RBI, Scerba 1-3, Flowers 2-3 2B RBI, Slemmer 1-2 2B, Droste 1-3. WP-Price IN-7.0 R-1 ER-1 H-6 SO-8 BB-3. COLLINSVILLE - Getz 2-3, Noascono 3-3 2B, Smith 2-3, Krietemeyer 1-2. LP-Furfaro IN-4.6 R-2 ER-2 H-4 SO-1 BB-4. FREEBURG 300 500 0-8 (0 O'FALLON 000 204 0-6 12 0 FREEBURG - Domyan 2-3 2B RBI, Mc- Guire 1-2 RBI, Dill 1-3, Schlesinger 1-3 RBI, Pfeiffer 1-3 RBI-2. WP-Dill IN-4.0 R-2 ER-2 H-6 SO-1 BB-1. O'FALLON - Albrecht 2-2, McEviley 1- 1, Owens 3-4 2B RBI, Petry 1-4, Wll-kins 2-4 RBI, Woodard 1-3, McCol-lum 1-4 HR RBI-2, Madurl 1-3 RBI. LP-Woodard IN-4.0 R-8 ER-8 H-6 SO-4 BB-3. CAHOKIA 520 31-11 7 0 E. ST.LOUIS 000 10- 1 4 4 CAHOKIA - Birlew 3-3 RBI-5, Luther 1- 2 2B, Butler 2-4, Touchette 1-3 RBI. WP-Ferguson IN-5.3 R-1 ER-1 H-4 SO-6 BB-0. EAST ST. LOUIS - Bush 1-3 2B, Cath- ion 1-2, Dunn 1-2, Dean 1-z ZB RBI. LP-Terry IN-1.0 R-5 ER-3 H-2 SO-1 BB-2. DUPO 002 212 2-9 12 0 VALMEYER 300 100 0-4 6 0 DUPO - Bubby Moore 2-5 RBI-2, Mar- kert 3-3, Dugan 1-5 RBI, Daniel 1-4, Burch 1-3. Antoniou 3-4 RBI, Proffer 1-2 RBI. WP-Daniel IN-7.0 R-4 ER-4 H-6 SO-7 BB-3. VALMEYER - Schilling 1-4. Unterseh 1- 3, voeixer 1-3 mbi, roro i-j mbi-, Pflasterer 2-3 2B. LP-Kohnz IN-7.0 R-9 ER-5 H-12 SO-3 BB-3. MARQUETTE 100 204 04-11 13 1 WOOD RIVER 230 000 11- 7 13 S MARQUETTE - Russell 3-5 3B, Neal 1- 6 RBI. Johnes 2-5 RBI, Pulido 1-1, Fahnestock 3-6 RBI-3, Mueller 2-5 RBI-2, Scholar 1-4 RBI. WP-Bohan-non IN-6.0 R-2 ER-2 H-7 SO-7 BB-0. WOOD RIVER - Berry 1-4 3B RBI-2, Evans 2-5 ZB, Gould 2-4 2B, Moore 4-4 HR RBI-2, Ridenhour 1-2 RBI, Pizzo 2-4 3B RBI, Redman 1-4 2B. LP-Evans IN-1.3 R-5 ER-1 H-4 SO-3 BB-4. ALTHOFF 123 044-14 7 1 ROXANA 000 201- 3 5 2 ALTHOFF - Conreaux 2-3 2B-2 RBI, Bernie Ysursa 2-3 HR RBI-4, Matt Gomric 1-3 2B RBI, Stiebel 1-2 RBI, Steve Gomric 1-3 RBI. WP-Bernie Ysursa IN-4.0 R-2 ER-2 H-4 SO-5 BB-1. ROXANA - Fischer 1-3 2B, Kincade 1-2 RBI, Lawson 1-3, Miller 1-2 RBI, No lan 1-3 RBI. LP-Lawson IN-5.0 R-10 ER-7 H-7 SO-2 BB-2. NEW ATHENS 000 000 0-0 2 0 MARISSA 010 100 I 2 4 2 NEW ATHENS - Schreiber 1-2 2B, Har- riss 1-2. LP-Schreiber IN-6.0 H-2 tR-J H-4 SO-1 BB-2. MARISSA - Harris 2-2 HR RBI-2, David White 1-3, Gllley 1-3. Wf-Marns in-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-2 SO-8 BB-4. MISSOURI STATE PLAYOFFS fM ASS 3A DISTRICT 3 FIRST ROUND STE. GENEVIEVE 300 010 0-4 3 0 ST. PIUS 000 000 1-1 2 2 STE. GENEVIEVE - Herman 1-3, Brew-ster 1-3 RBI, Heckemkamp 1-3 RBI, WP-Herman IN-7.0 R-1 ER-1 H-2 SO- 6 BB-5. ST PIUS -Wilhelm 1-3. Thomoson 1-2. LP-Wilson IN-7.0 R-4 ER-2 H-3 SO- 14 BB-3. DISTRICT 4 FIRST ROUND BAYLESS 400 000 3-7 11 3 LUTHERAN S. 001 005 0-8 10 1 BAYLESS Anderson 1-3, Arnett 2-4 RB . Fox 1-3. Link 1-4. Mcuartnv l-z, Summers 2-4 2B RBI, Tymkew 1-4 2B RBI-2, Ziff 2-3 RBI. WP-Anderson IN-1.6H-0ER-0H-1 SU-1 bB-U. LUTHERAN SOUTH - Degenhardt 1-4 RBI, spyers 1-3 3B mbi, ivamnnus c 3. Beumer 2-3 3B. Maxtield 2-4 RBI- 2, Rauh 1-3, Liescheidt 1-4. LP-Reeves IN-6.0 R-3 ER-3 H-6 SO-5 BB-2. DISTRICT 4 FIRST ROUND HANCOCK 020 013 x-S 8 0 NAVAL ROTC 000 000 0-0 4 2 HANCOCK - Chapman 1-1, Baumhofl 1-3 RBI Saroent 1-3. Dalton 1-2. Fol- len 2-3. WP-Joseph IN-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-4 SO-7 BB-B. NAVAL JR. ROTC - Sanchez 1-2 Merriweather 1-3, Judge 1-3, Elliot 1- 2. LP-Judge IN-5.6 R-b fcH-z m-b so-6 BB-5. DISTRICT 5 FIRST ROUND COUNTRY DAY 000 100 0-1 ( 1 CLAYTON 002 030 x-6 6 2 COUNTRY DAY - Shattuck 1-3, Eckoff 1-1, Reding z-3. benan 1-3 3B, er-ber 1 -4. LP-Biehle IN-4.3 R-5 ER-5 H-6 SO-7 BB-3. CLAYTON - Sauer 1-2 28, Schneider 1- 3 RBI-2, Murphy 1-3, Paik z-3 Hbl-z, Downer 1-3 RBI. WP-Gamlin IN-5.6 R-1 ER-1 H-4 SO-6 BB-1. DISTRICT 5 FIRST ROUND KENNEDY 012 184-16 15 4 ST. L. PREP 105 000- 6 4 4 KENNEDY - Risley 4-4 3B RBI-4, Davis 1-5 RBI, Peer 3-5 2B-2 RBI-3, Bodmer 2-4 3B RBI-3, Clemens 1-3, Rhodes 1-2 RBI, Witt 2-3 RBI-2, lezzi 1-2. WP-Peer IN-3.6 R-0 ER-0 H-1 SO-8 BB-3. ST. LOUIS PREP - Boyer 1-2 RBI, Kle- vorn 1-2 2B RBI-2, Menendez 2-3 ZB. LP-Wokurka IN-4.6 R-10 ER-10 H-9 SO-2 BB-5. DISTRICT 6 FIRST ROUND SULLIVAN 001 010 4-6 12 0 ST. CLAIR 001 000 0-1 7 1 SULLIVAN - Lawrence 2-3 RBI, Foster 1-3, Darrah 2-4 2B RBI-3, Griffith 1-4 RBI. Carey 1-4 2B, Sumner 2-4 2B, Farris 3-3. WP-Carey IN-7.0 R-1 ER-1 H-7 SO-9 BB-0. ST. CLAIR - Pieske 1-3, Daniels 1-3, Akers 1-3. McCormack 1-3, Stigge 1-2, Thornsberry 2-3 RBI. LP-Evers IN-6.3 R-5 ER-5 H-12 SO-8 BB-2. DISTRICT 7 FIRST ROUND NORTHWEST 110 001 1-4 S 3 SOLDAN 300 010 1-5 9 3 NORTHWEST - Brown 1-3, Dunning 1- 3, Goodson 1-2 3B RBI, Patrick Z-3 2B. LP-Dunning IN-6.3 R-5 ER-4 H-9 SO-5 BB-1. SOLDAN - Brannam 2-3 2B RBI, George Johnson 1-3, Terrell Johnson 3-3 2B RBI-2, Maden 1-4 2B, Vaught 1-3, Wade 1-3. WP-Tesfagl IN-1.0 R-0 ER-0 H-0 SO-1 BB-1. DISTRICT 8 FIRST ROUND BERKELEY 212 100 0-6 10 2 AQUINAS-MERCY 200 040 1-7 6 3 BERKELEY - Blocker 2-2, Burrow 3-4 2B RBI, Kimple Z-5, Turner 1-5 hbi, Woolfolk 1-3 RBI, Stoddard 1-4 RBI. LP-Burrow IN-3.3 R-1 ER-0 H-2 SO-2 BB-3. AQUINAS-MERCY - O'Donnell 1-3, Surtin 2-2 2B RBI-3, Knoesel 1-3, Meyers 1-2 2B RBI, Hutson 1-3. WP-Meyers IN-5.3 R-1 ER-1 H-6 SO-4 BB-1 DISTRICT I FIRST ROUND ROSARY 000 20- 2 0 1 DUCHESNE 134 13-12 9 4 ROSARY - LP-Panagos IN-4.6 R-1 2 ER-8 H-9 SO-4 BB-8. DUCHESNE - Barteau 1-3, Hall 3-3 2B-2 RBI-3, Pryor 1-3, Rupp 2-3 2B RBI, Washburn 2-2 2B RBI-Z. WP-Briegel IN-5 0 R-2 ER-0 H-0 SO-9 BB-5. DISTRICT 13 FIRST ROUND MNTGMRY CO. 140 015 0-11 13 1 HERMANN 000 502 3-10 9 6 MONTGOMERY COUNTY - Dixon 2-4 RBI, Bishop 2-3, Ron Johnson 2-3, Vincent 3-5 RBI-2, Horn 1-2 RBI, Penn 1-4 2B RBI, Hart 2-4 RBI. WP-Schroeder IN-3.3 R-5 ER-4 H-5 SO-3 BB-2 HERMANN - Coon 1-3 RBI, Gardner 2- 4 2B RBI-2, Haeffner 1-4, Leibach 1-3 RBI-2, Rohlfing 2-3 HR RBI-3, Sa-guto 1-3, Schowe 1-4 2B. LP-Gardner IN-5.0 R-6 ER-3 H-10 SO-1 BB-2. CLASS 4A DISTRICT 3 FIRST ROUND DE SOTO 000 000 0-0 3 4 HILLSBORO 101 031 x-6 ( 3 DE SOTO - Sampson 1-3, Montgomery 1-2 2B, Simmons 1-3. LP-Boyer IN- 6.0 R-6 tH-Z H-d SU-3 BB-1 . 'HILLSBORO - Gamel 1-4 2B, Cain 2-3 RBI, Nichols 1-4 RBI-2, Cattoor Z-4, Smith 2-3 2B RBI-2. WP-Gamel IN- 7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-3 SO-7 BB-1. DISTRICT 3 FIRST ROUND WASHINGTON 320 01- ( 4 2 PACIFIC 189 0x-18 13 1 WASHINGTON - Krlmmel 1-1, Scott Schmidt 1-2, Schultenburg 1-3 HR RBI. SDeckhals 1-3 HR RBI-3. LP- Speckhals IN-2.0 R-9 ER-6 H-8 SO-2 BB-2. PACIFIC - Dalmain 1-3 RBI. Edmond 1- 3 2B RBI. Shane Parker 2-3 2B RBI- 2, Schisms 3-4 2B RBI-4, Schuler 1 -3 RBI-2, Titter 1-3, Woods 4-4 2B HR RBI-4. WP-VanderHaar IN-5.0 R-8 ER-5 H-4 SO-7 BB-1. DISTRICT 4 FIRST ROUND LADUE 000 000 0-0 1 1 CHAMINADE 100 020 x-3 4 0 LADUE - Barren 1 -3 3B. LP-Huddleston IN-5.0 R-3 ER-2 H-4 SO-1 BB-3. CHAMINADE - Guerra 1-2 RBI, Hrubes 1-2, Studer 1-3, Faib l-z. wp-voik IN-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-1 SO-5 BB-4. DISTRICTS FIRST ROUND WEBSTER 022 74-15 8 1 ViPARTS 000 10- 1 3 4 WEBSTER GROVES - Gault 1-2 HR RBI-3, Williams 1-2 ZB RBI-Z, Brian Moriarty 3-4 2B RBI-3, Pat Moriarty 1-2, Hoag 1-2 2B RBI, Hathaway 1-2. WP-Pat Moriarty IN-5.0 R-1 ER-0 H-3 KO-1UHH-1. V a P ARTS - Herbert 1-2. Battle 2-2. LP-Morehead IN-4.3 R-8 fcH-b h-4 SO-5 BB-6. DISTRICT 7 FIRST ROUND McCLUER 000 000 000 001-1 2 0 RIVERVIEW 000 000 000 000-0 6 3 McCLUER - Abbott 1-5 RBI. Alvernia 1- 5. WP-Gibson IN-2.0 R-0 ER-0 H-1 SO-2 BB-0. RIVERVIEW - Guerra 1-4. Marcus Har ris 1-4, Heath 1-4, Taylor 2-4 38. LP- Ramone Boyd IN-5.0 H-l eh-1 h-i OB-1. DISTRICT 7 FIRST ROUND NORMANDY 010 001 2-4 7 3 HAZELWOOD E. 210 000 0-3 7 0 NORMANDY - Thames 3-4 RBI, Ware 1-4. Beckley 2-4 RBI, Hoofer 1-2 RBI. wp-Hopter IN-.U h-3 tM-u n-i bu-0 BB-2. HAZELWOOD EAST - Hildebrand 1-3, Johnson 2-3 RBI-2, Martens 2-3 2B, Spotanski 2-3 2B. LP-Pace IN-7.0 R- 4 fcH-4 H- SO-3 BB-3. DISTRICT 8 FIRST ROUND PARKWAY N. 000 030 1-4 8 6 RITENOUR 003 010 1-5 5 3 PARKWAY NORTH - Bodie 1 -3. Jaenke 1-2 RBI-2, Moehlman 2-4, Whitley 1-3, Lunders 1-4 RBI. LP-Whitley IN- 6.3 M-S tM-l M-S SO-D BB-4. RITENOUR - Robinson 1-3, Grigsby 1- 3, Armstrong 1-3 RBI, spell 1-3, Martin 1-1 RBI. WP-Jansen IN-7.0 R- 4 ER-3 H-6 SO-2 BB-5. DISTRICT 8 FIRST ROUND DeSMET 131 320 2-12 13 2 PARKWAY C. 010 000 0- 1 0 0 DeSMET - Callaway 3-3, Cerneka 1-4, Alnnnfl 1-2 Mueller 1-3. Davis 1-4. Toben 2-4 2B-2, Walters 3-3 2B-3 RBI-3, Helfrich 1-3 RBI. WP-Helfrich IN-7 0 R-0 ER-0 H-0 SO-6 BB-4. PARKWAY CENTRAL - LP-Lair IN-3.6 R-7 ER-7 H-6 SO-0 BB-Z. DISTRICT 9 FIRST ROUND HOWELL 114 000 0-6 11 1 ST. CHARLES 000 000 0-0 6 0 FRANCIS HOWELL Beckerman 2-4, Fincham 1-4 RBI. Huster Z-3 ZB, Johnson 3-5 2B-2 RBI-2, Pollard 1-4, Ragan 2-3 RBl-z. WP-Jonnson in-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-5 SO-3 BB-1. ST. CHARLES - Love 1-3 2B, Simpson 1-2, Dake 2-2, Bantle 1-3. LP-uarza IN-2.6 R-6 ER-6 H-9 SO-3 BB-4. DISTRICT 9 FIRST ROUND ST. CHARLES W. 000 100 0-1 5 1 HOWELL N. 002 200 x-4 7 1 ST. CHARLES WEST - Raines 1-2 3B, numm 1-2 rb Antnonv i-z. Rico z- 4 2B. LP-Dumm IN-6.0 R-4 ER-4 H-7 SO-6 BB-1. FRANCIS HOWELL NORTH - Tripp 1-3 RBI-2, Robertson 2-3 2B, Slingerland 2-3, Pogue 1-3 2B, Calabreese 1-3 2B RBI-2. WP-Robertson IN-7.0 H-1 ER-1 H-5 SO-1 0 BB-3. DISTRICT 9 FIRST ROUND FT. ZUMWALT S. 000 100 0-1 6 3 FT. ZUMWALT N. 000 000 0-0 3 0 FORT ZUMWALT SOUTH - Jones 1-2, Vennemen 1-3. Helt 1-2. Steohens 1- 3, Nessl 1-2, Reidt 1-3. WP-Shaffer N-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-3 SO-6 BB-1. FORT ZUMWALT NORTH - Phillips 1-3 2B, Brad Feldewerth 1-3, Munsell 1-3. LP-Sconce IN-7.0 R-1 ER-1 H-6 SO-6 BB-3. CLASS 1 A DISTRICT 5 FIRST ROUND CHRSTN ACAD. 200 001 0- 3 6 0 SILEX 005 410 -10 10 0 CHRISTIAN ACADEMY - Durst 1-3, Gray 1-3, Schroeder 3-3 ZB RBI, Jet-feries 1-3 HR RBI-2. LP-Jefferies IN- 6.0 R-10 ER-8 H-10 SO-6 BB-4. SILEX - Mumphard 3-4 2B RBI-2, Ryan 3-4 RBl-z, stanek 1-4, oonyen i-j 7R Wallman 1-3 Mehler 1-1 2B RBI. WP-Jackson IN-6.0 R-3 ER-3 H-6 SO-6 BB-1. DISTRICT 6 FIRST ROUND JAMESTOWN 030 000 0- 3 3 9 NEW HAVEN 044 220 x-12 10 1 JAMESTOWN - Nilges 1-3 RBI, Gerlach 1-3, Langiue 1-3. Lf-Niiges in-o.u m- 1Z fcH-l M-1U SO-4 BB-Z. NFW HAVFN - Lannnnbero 2-3 RBI. Kreftmeyer 2-4 2B HR HBI-Z, pecaut z-4 Hbi-z, staggemeier 1-3 zb mbi, Nxon z-4. scneer 1-1. wr-rren- meyer IN-7.0 R-3 ER-2 H-3 SO-13 BB-4. FAIRMOUNT PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING Graded Entries By Steve Overbey FIRST RACE 1 mile and 70 yards, 3 and 4-year-old maiden colts and geldings, claiming W.UOU, purse w.uuu. 9L nvcora VUDI tuinnivm PP Horse Jockey 4 Emperor Leto Woodley 8 Current Adventure Schaefer 2 Culture Explosion Sanchez 1 Brown Dira Sangines 5 Cardinal's Fitzie Militello 6 Mystapa Gall 10 Tire Buster Rettele 9 Great Stone Durham 3 Joe Geronimo Edler 7 Hilpasser Gilbert 0-0-2 2-1 Ready for winner's circle 0-0-0 e-l Added distance win neip 0-0-0 5-1 Drops into easier spot 0-0-0 4-1 Has speed to go a long way 0-1-0 3-1 Improving each time out 0-0-1 8-1 Did well in last under Gall 0-0-0 1 2-1 Shot in wide open race 0-0-0 6-1 Could surprise 0-0-0 15-1 Needs better beginning 0-0-0 10-1 Not ready yet (TODAY) (1:30 P.M.) SIXTH RACE 6 furlongs, 3 and 4-year-old maiden fillies, special weights, Durse $4,800. Jockey St Record Odds Comment n. Medina i u-i-u s-z Last was encouraging PP Horse 4 Mertobee 7 Arctic Flower 8 Grey Citation 5 Hear Ye Hear Ye 10 Moving In Reality 3 Royal Wendy 9 Lamourish Lady 1 YelloMose 2 Thribblet 6 Go Miss Shelby Militello 3 0-1-0 4-1 Threat with best Woodley 3 0-0-0 5-1 Blinkers may help Gall 1 0-0-1 3-1 Fits In perfectly Rettele 2 0-0-0 10-1 Flashes early speed Macias 2 0-0-1 -10-1 Potential is there Martin 0 0-0-0 8-1 First-timer with nice works Yount 0 0-0-0 12-1 Give a race or two Gale 1 0-0-0 12-1 Showed little in Chi. debut Kurek 0 0-0-0 15-1 No works, no wager PP Horae Jockey 4 Miss Money Seeker Edler 10 Happy To Be Me Woodley 9 Liz s Native Hytnm Macias SECOND RACE 6 furlongs, 4-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming 3.uuu, purse 3,uuu. St. necoro uaoi vommem 2 0-1-0 3-1 Coming on career year 3 O-O-z 3 0-0-0 2 Patsy B. Thomas 2 0-0-0 6 Sails Pepper Gilbert 3 0-0-0 5 Miss Regal Win Schaefer 1 0-0-0 8 Travo's Tune Hancock 3 0-0-0 3 Thunder Sona Kurek 4 0-0-1 7 Irish Royal Fire Campos 2 0-0-0 1 Foxy Rose Wells 1 0-0-0 SEVENTH RACE 6 furlongs, 4-year-olds and up, claiming $3,000, purse aj.uuu. St Record Odds Comment 7-2 Switch to top jock the key 5- 2 Could go wire-to-wire 4- 1 Expect solid effort 6- 1 Appears capable of better 5- 1 Will be flying down stretch 10-1 Woke up in last 8-1 Must reverse current form 1 2-1 Going In wrong direction 15-1 Sluggish in opener PP Horse 6 Bold Teller 3 Heavy Equipment 1 MamboJambo 9 I'm Dashing 7 Quite Competitive 4 Law Legend 2 Call Me Brownie 10 Bid A Penny 5 You're The Tops 8 Brother Leo Jockey Macias 1 0-0-0 4-1 Always there with Macias Edler 3 1-1-0 5-2 Won last by 3 Schaefer 3 1-0-0 6-1 Looking for 2 in a row Militello 3 0-0-2 8-1 In the chase Woodley 2 1-0-0 3-1 Woke up with Woodley Capizzi 7 1-1-1 5-1 Back to proper distance Gall 1 0-0-0 10-1 Needed a race N.Medina 4 1-0-0 8-1 Closes with a rush Kurek 3 0-0-0 12-1 Well-bred but shows little Bielby 3 0-0-0 15-1 Some other time THIRD RACE 6 furlongs, 3-year-olds and up, colts and geldings, claiming 3.uuu. purse w.iuu. 51 necora uaas uommem PP Horse Jockey 6 Romoud's Sun Martin 9 Somesea Pleasure Gale 8 Patriot sEbie 1 Dusty's War Eagle 7 Sliahtlv Reaal 10 Bonhomme s Fun 5 Comble 3 Grand Welcome 4 Mysonshecky 2 Best Achievement Sanders Rettele Rodriguez Guerra Wells Durham Gilbert Hancock 4 0-0-1 3-1 Wins with quicker start 0 0-0-0 4-1 Fla.-bred faced tougher 1 0-0-0 8-1 Chances come late 2 0-0-1 5-2 Beaten chalk battles back 2 0-0-0 8-1 Outclassed in Chicago 5 1-0-0 5-1 Back where he belongs 7 1-0-1 10-1 Tries shorter distance 3 0-0-0 12-1 Hasn't shown much 3 0-0-0 12-1 Looks bad on paper 3 0-0-0 1 5-1 Dead last in last 4 FOURTH RACE 6 furlongs, 3 and 4-year-old Illinois-bred maiden colts and geldings, claiming $6,250, purse $3,400. PP Horse Jockey St Record Odds Comment 3 Kat C tv Woodley 2 O-O-O 8-1 Came close in 69 10 Lucy's Chief Ray 3 0-1-0 4-1 Give another shot Z seatonHail Meneie 4 u-i-u s-e rnocKing on qoor 7 Pictographic Capizzi 1 0-0-0 7-2 Well-backed in debut 6 Little Boy Hugh Militello 0 0-0-0 10-1 Ready to strut stuff 4 T. Town Buddy Campos 2 0-0-0 5-1 Didn't like the slop 1 Wise Mike J.D. N.Medina 0 0-0-0 6-1 Works nothing special 5 I Like It Schaefer 1 0-0-0 12-1 Needs a lot of luck 8 Sun Charge Edler 3 0-0-0 12-1 Forget for now 9 Mike's Moonshine Gilbert 0 0-0-0 1 5-1 May not even finish FIFTH RACE 1 mile and 70 yards, 3-year-olds and up, claiming $3,000, purse $3,200. PP Horse Jockey St Record Odds Comment EIGHTH RACE 6 furlongs, 4-year-olds and up, fillies and mares, claiming $5 000 ourse $4,000. 7 0-1-1 5-1 Finds field she can handle 8 1-1-1 2 1-0-1 0 0-0-0 3 2-0-1 4 0-0-0 4 1-CM) 5 1-0-0 5 1-1-0 4 0-0-2 PP Horae 5 Upscale Chic 3 Glad Spirit 10 RoadToShiloh 4 Tammy Who 2 Natafit 9 Mv Place 8 Shawneehollar Love Edler 7 Pass Alot Rettele 6 Joe s Proud Lady Guerra 1 WhoSez Kurek Jockey Woodley Gall Militello Hancock Sanders Capizzi I TIM J RENKEN BMMH '" i , I ;- "'"i I Sewage Water Ic DlannoH Erne 3-1 Gettina closer 4- 1 Held own vs. boys in last 5- 2 Off since Nov.; tuff if ready 8-1 Can win lor a price 10-1 Came close at Oaklawn 6-1 Late-charger can do 12-1 Won last at 21-1 8-1 Kv -bred certainly capable 15-1 In from Chicago NINTH RACE 1 mile and 70 yards, 3-year-olds and up, $7,200 allowance. PP Horse 6 Bourbon Boy 7 Emory Rucker 1 Club Comic 5 Snow Phantom 2 Honk N' O'Hearn 4 Bold Billiken 3 Furciler Jockey St Record Odds Comment Capizzi 2 0-0-0 Rettele 5 1-1-1 Guerra 3 0-2-1 Edler 6 1-0-2 Wells 5 1-1-1 Martin 2 0-0-1 N.Medina 2 0-0-1 4-1 In shape i very dangerous e-i steps up aner win in om. 8-5 One to beat 3-1 Impressive rally to win last 5- 1 Needed a race on this track 6- 1 Here s the upsetter 10-1 Current form is not good TENTH RACE 6 furlongs, 3-year-olds and up, Illinois-bred, claiming $5,000, nursfl .1 ROQ. jockey st.Mecora uaas wnnnnra 1 Sweetened Victory Rettele 6 1-1-1 2 Heavenly Jack Militello 5 0-1-2 7 Ultra Care N. Medina 3 0-1-0 9 Swordsman Kurek 3 0-0-0 3 Twice Young Wallin 3 0-0-1 5 Cherokee Jay Gall 3 0-1-0 4 Ima Executive Macias - 2 0-0-0 8 War Matt Woodley 2 0-0-0 10 E K.Rice Hancock 2 0-0-0 6 Tight And Fit Wells 1 0-0-0 8-5 Looks like a repeat winner 3- 1 tany speed could noio on 6-1 Should be right there 8-1 Contends with clean trip 5-1 Capable of bouncing back 4- 1 Quick out of gate 10-1 Likes to go long 12-1 Won't back down 12-1 Extra ground couldn't hurt 15-1 Save your money PP Horse 1 TvoicalBob Gall 4 Yukon Huskie Schaefer 2 Willing Action N. Medina 5 Evening Prospect Edler 6 Bromine Durham 3 Joey Woodley 8 Train Trooper Rodriguez 9 Jesta Counsel Capizzi 10 Caution Please Rettele 7 Tall Guy Wallin BEST BET Bourbon Boy (9th) BEST LONGSHOT Kat City (4th) 0-1-0 4-1 Comes from excellent stock 8 0-1-0 3-1 Fast out of the gate 2 0-0-1 5-1 Among early leaders 8 1-2-3 5-2 Real nice record 1 0-0-0 10-1 Forget last; will improve 2 0-0-0 10-1 Beware of the class dropper 5 1-1-0 8-1 Looked good in maiden win 2 1-1-0 6-1 Wired field In last 1 0-0-0 1 2-1 Threat with early speed 3 1-0-0 15-1 Could surprise on fast track ARLINGTON INTERNATIONAL RACECOURSE AREA RESULTS HOLE IN ONE (At Tower Tee) Marie Danter with a 9-iron on the 60-yard No. 5 hole. Al Saavedra with a "itching wedge on the 135-yard No. 16 hole. (At Oak Meadows) Grant Scharnhorst with a 3-lron on the 191-yard No. 2 hole. Thoroughbred (MONDAY) (Cloudy and Fast) FIRST RACE (7f) Timeless Motion (Day) 12.60, 5.00, 3.40; Judge Keiser Pettinger) 3.40, 2.60; Tanks Baby Peck) 3 60. Time 1:26. PERFECTA (7-5) paid $51.60. OUINELLA (5-7) paid $33.00. SECOND RACE (1 Vim) Buba's Bandit (Day) 7.20. 4.00. 2.60: Shekinah Noon Time (Guidry) 4.80, 3 60: Raised On Love (Sellers) 3.60. Time 1:53. DAILY DOUBLE (7-4) paid $32.40. OUINELLA (2-4) paid $30.30. PERFECTA (4-2) paid $37.60. THIRD RACE (If) Key To The T V. ' Fires) 6.40, 4.40, 3.00; Quindaro (Guidry) 4.60, 4.60; Z Magic (Romero) 4 20. Time 1:24 25. PERFECTA (5-41 paid $60.40. OUINELLA (4-5) paid $43.50. TRIFECTA (5-4-1) paid $214.60. FOURTH RACE (1m) Always watching (Velasquez) 11.40, 5.60, 2.80; Space Program (Pettinger) 4.40, 2.60; Kattin' Around (Day) Z 20. Time 1:35 35. Scratched Navonod s Last OUINELLA (1-2) paid $33.90. PERFECTA (2-1) paid $60.40. FIFTH RACE (6f) Shipp With Care (Day) 4.80, 2.80, 2.60; Sunnymoon Peck) 5.00, 3.60; Reign At The Top (Silva) 4.40. Time 1:11 35. Scratched L'Ombre's Shadow. PERFECTA (2-5) paid $30.60. OUINELLA (2-5) paid $33.90. SIXTH RACE (7f) Exploding Gun (Day) 6 40, 4.00. 2.80; Stalwars Sequel (Fires) 3.20, 2.60; Ala Dante (Sellers) 2.60. Time 1 :24 1 5. PERFECTA (9-7) paid $1 5.80. $3 OUINELLA (7-9) paid $13.20. TRIFECTA (9-7-3) paid $49.00. SEVENTH RACE (61) Scorpio's Sting (Day) 6 40. 3.40, 3.00; Wolf Ticket (Torres) 5.00, 3.20; Harrington (Velazquez) 2.60. Time 1:1025. Scratched On Display. PERFECTA (6-5) paid $33.20. OUINELLA (5-6) paid $26.70. PICK THREE (2-9-6) paid $44.40. EIGHTH RACE (6t) Ever Gallant (Sellers) 16 60, 6 20, 4 40; Cumberland Sound (Fires) 3.60, 3 60: Trail Topsider (Valenzuela) 3.80. Time 1:10 25. PERFECTA (6-1) paid $58.40. $3 OUINELLA (1-8) paid $30.60. NINTH RACE f7f) Golden Pocket (Valenzuela) 25 60, 9 40, 3.80; Treasurer (Day) 3.40. 2 60: Cozier (Ramos) 3.20. Time 1 :24 25. Scratched Marfavor, Vibrant Future. PERFECTA (4-1) paid $79.80. TRIFECTA (4-1-7) paid $318.80. $3 OUINELLA (1-4) paid $39.90. A 5.181 . Total Handle $1,793,784.00. Hunting Area ... !jr . f7 Just think, in 1992 or 1993 you probabljJ will be hunting ducks and geese in a state waterfowl area that has been flooded with sewer water. , , 5. .. ; . Talk about the call of the wild. Maybe it's a glimpse into the future of outdoor sports. Recently the Missouri Department of Conservation and the city of Columbia, Mo., announced a venture that Joins ' management of a state wildlife area and the treatment of 1 Columbia's sewage. If the project goes together, it would be the largest of its kind in the country. ' - - ' ' ' And, yes, probably in the autumn of 1993, waterfowl -hunters will be sitting there in blinds surrounded by ' marshes flooded with treated sewage. 1 ' : ' The Eagle Bluffs State Wildlife Area already exists. The 2,717 acres of Missouri River bottom land was purchased by the Department of Conservation last year after a 20-year effort to create a major wetlands wildlife area in ' central Missouri. The site, near the village of McBalne, is just six miles southwest of Columbia and about 22 miles north of Jefferson City. . . v : : Virtually the entire tract now is farmland, but starting next summer bulldozers will begin building levees to create a series of shallow reservoirs that, in function, will simulate one of the hundreds of marshlands that once existed on the Missouri River bottoms. ! " -K.1'' In function, too, Eagle Bluffs, which Conservation Department officials hope eventually can be expanded to 4,000 acres, will be similar to wetland areas the department already operates at Grand Pass, north of Marshall; Swan Lake, near Sumner; Fountain Grove, near Meadville; and Ted Shanks, on the Mississippi and Salt rivers between Hannibal and Louisiana. Eagle Bluffs was already under way when voters In Columbia in February approved a $22 million bond issue to build a sewage treatment plant that will bring the city's sewage treatment into compliance with Environmental Protection Agency standards. The site chosen for the plant, ' adjoining the northeastern corner of the Eagle Bluff Wildlife Area, suggested some interesting possibilities, said Dick Baskett, department's district wildlife supervisor. "We re going to need a lot of water to flood our marshes, and Columbia is going to have a lot of water, an average of 13 million gallons a day, after it gets through secondary treatment," he said. "We thought we could help each other and benefit mutually." ' ': ' ' The water going from the city's treatment wetland into Eagle Bluffs will be aesthetically and chemically as clean as the water that the department had planned to pump out of the Missouri River, said Bill Lueckenhoff, a department engineer who headed the study of the sewage plant hookup. It will contain more nutrients than the river water, but will carry less silt. And it won't carry any toxins, such as heavy metals. It will probably contain less toxins than the river water." The nutrients, actually fertilizer, in the effluent may be a benefit to the marshes, Baskett said. "We may have accelerated growth of some plants," he said. "Maybe our food plants will produce more food. We plan to monitor this closely because there's a lot we don't know." .. .. , . Baskett said that Eagle Bluffs wouldn't always use all the discharge from the treatment plant. ' V ' " "Sometimes we'll use all of it, plus water we'll have to pump from the Missouri River," he said. "Sometimes we'll use less than the full discharge and sometimes we won't use any of it. On the average, though, we'll use most of that water." - .1 1, Norm Stucky, an environmental coordinator its the de partment, said the department hadn't signed on to the venture to help Columbia with its sewage treatment. 'We're in the wildlife and recreation business, not in the sewage business," he said. "We know, though, that marsh lands are great natural water purifiers. Marshes are widely in use to purify water. Disney World in Florida is a notable example. "We would like to think that when that water eventually comes into the Missouri at the lower end of Eagle Bluffs, it will be even cleaner than when it came out of the treatment facility." Baskett said that with 12 compartments, managers of Eagle Bluffs would be able to create a diversity of wetlands habitats. "Well have some permanent marsh, some seasonal marshes and some wet-soil areas," he said. "The area will provide food and habitat not only for waterfowl but for thousands of the other creatures that need wetland. "The Missouri River bottoms were once a vast wetlands complex the Eagle Bluffs area was historically a wetlands. But channelization of the river and drainage for other uses have destroyed about 90 percent of those . wetlands. "Eagle Bluffs is a restoration of a small part of that most productive of habitat." , Stucky said that though planning has barely , started, Eagle Bluffs will eventually provide public waterfowl hunt-. ing similar to that at Grand Pass. , And Baskett said the area will provide other kinds of recreation, such as birding and nature study, and educational opportunities. ,. "The Katy Trail runs along our eastern border for about two miles but, unfortunately, it's on the other side of Perche Creek," he said. "A bridge across the creek might be pretty expensive." . - Trittschuh Named To U.S. Cup Roster By The Associated Press Defender Steve Trittschuh of Granite City and Southern , Illinois UnJversity-Edwardsville was one of 22 players named to the United States' official roster for next month's World Cup soccer final. - The roster, announced by the U.S. Soccer Federation, did not include midfielder Hugo Perez, considered one of America's top players. Perez is still recovering from a broken leg he suffered in March while playing for his pro team in France. Other defenders on the roster are Mike Windischmann, Desmond Armstrong, Marceio Balboa, Jimmy Banks, John Doyle and Paul Krumpe. The goalkeepers are Tony Meola, Kasey Keller and David Vanole. ...... The forwards on the first U.S. team In the World Cup finals since 1950 are Eric Eichmann, Bruce Murray, Chris Sullivan, Peter Vermes and Eric Wynalda. At mldfield will . be Paul Caligluri, Brian Bliss, Neil Covone, John Harkes, Chris Henderson, Tab Ramos and John Stollmeyer., The U.S. opens Cup play June 10 against Czechoslovakia. '50 Win Is Greatest Moment 1 -v The 1-0 victory over England in 1950 has been selected as the greatest moment in U.S. World Cup history by a panel of sports journalists. f , , . . . That victory, in Belo Horizontal, Brazil, is considered one of the greatest upsets in World Cup history. It drew the votes of 85 percent of the journalists polled by MasterCard, which sponsored the award. .', Six St. Louisans were on that U.S. team goalkeeper Frank Borghi, fullback Harry Keough, center halfback Charley Colombo, forwards Gino Parian! and Frank "Pee Wee" Wallace and reserve Bobby Annis. fm tj rti iin as laVifc 6 04 rti fs fffi l rfT jSi.es Xe f n M AY fit i4aif3ifllifllifflfisrtit1Tif"i-Air'-fffllrmrfcA'iiif'aT-AMJia mnmtoMm mnm MMmmMMjtmmjf

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