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"END OF CMMES" 15 SEP 1 1993 i .r-r-tt ii-nn aw j-v i- n-rr- . r- i WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 1. 1993' 6D SPORTS FOR THE RECORD SOCCER: UMSL PREVIEW "END FOR THIS DATE" ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH U.S. OPEN NEW YORK (AP) Results Tuesday of the $9.2 million U.S. Open tennis Championsnips ai on rMauunai ionium Center in r-iusnmg rvreauuw. Men's First-Round Singles MaliVai Washington del. Alberto Mancini 4-6. 6-3, 3-6. 6-1, 7-5; Ronald Aaenor del. Phillip Williamson 7-6 (8-6), 6-2 6-2; Thomas Muster (12) def. Alex Cor'retia 6-4, 6-4, 6-3; Michael Chang (7) del. Shelby Cannon 6-1, 7-5, 6-2; Jared Palmer def. Tommy Ho 4-6, 7-6 17-51 6-4, 6-2; Henrik Holm def. Michael Sticfi (6) 6-3, 7-6 (10-8), 3-6. 6-3; Stefan Edberq (Jl oer. unvier Loiam u-o, 7jiia.7i 5-7.6-3. Arnaud Boetsch def. Brett Steven 1-6 6-1. 6-3, 6-1; Michael Joyce def. David Nainkin 4-6. 6-1, 6-4, 6-3; Marc Goeimer def. David Witt 6-2, 6-7 (7-5), 6-2 6-3; Jim Courier (1) def. Marco Aurelio Gorriz 6-1 . 6-3. 6-3; Cedric Pio-line def. David Prinosil 6-7 (8-6), 7-5, 6-4 3-6. 6-1; Sergio Cortes def. Derrick Rostagno 7-6 (7-5). tw (iu-01. o-i, o-i. Karsten Braasch def. Paul Gold-tiom 6-2. 6-2. 6-4; Renzo Furlan def. Ivan Baron 6-0. 4-6. 6-4, 6-0; Brad Gilbert def. Magnus Gustafsson 6-3, 6-3, 5-7 7-6 (7-2); Doug Flach def. Patrick Rafter 3-0. 0-3, b-z, o-i; Jamie Morgan def Francisco Clavet 6-3, 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; joao Cunha-Silva def. Jeff Taranqo 6-3 6-1. retired; Thomas Enqvist def. Andre Agassi (16) 6-4. 6-4, 3-6, 6-7 (7-3), 6-2; Todd Martin def. Jordi Burillo 5-7, 4-6, 6-1, 6-3, 6-2; Jacco Eltingh def. Henri Leconte 6-4, 6-2, 6-4; Pete Sampras (2) def. Fabrice Santoro 6-3, 6-1, 6-2. Men's First-Round Doubles Brad Pearce and Dave Randall def. Pedro Albano and Neil Borwick 7-6 (7- 5), 6-3; David Blair and Mark Merklein def. Ronnie Bathman and Michael Mor-tensen 6-3, 7-6 (7-2); Henrik Jan Davids and Piet Norval (16) def. Cristian Brandi and Johan de Beer 6-4, 7-6 (7-5); Patrick McEnroe and Richey Reneberg (2) def. Brian Devening and Alex O'Brien tj-3. 0-3. Diego Nargiso and Javier Sanchez def. Tomas Carbonell and Libor Pimek 6-7 (7-5), 6-3, 7-6 (7-3); Luke Jensen and Murphy Jensen def. John Fitzger ald and Jakob Hiasek e-4. z-o, o-; Mark Kratzmann and Wally Masur def Rikard Bergh and Byron Talbot 6-3, 6-4: Ken Flach and Rick Leach def. Brian Dunn and Vincent Spadea 7-5, 6-0. Women's First-Round Sinales Ion McNeil def. Julie Steven 6-3. 6-3; Manuela Maleeva-Fragniere (11) def. Larisa Neiland 6-3, 6-3: Chanda Rubin def. Veronika Martinek 6-4, 6-3: Nicole Arendt def. Katerina Kroupova 6-0. 6-3: Barbara Rittner def. Li Fang 6-3, 6-0; Meike Babel def. Silke Frank! 7-5, 6-1 ; Kimiko Date def. Katrina Adams 1-6, 6-1, 6-1; Kyoko Nagatsuka def. Radka Bobkova 3-6, 6-0, 6-2: Rene Simpson-Alter def. Helen Kelesi 7-6 (7-5), 6-3. Jana Novotna (8) def. Angelica Ga- vaioon e-2, 0-4; Knstie uoogert oet. Jeri Inoram 6-1 , 6-4; Audra Keller def. Beate Reinstadler 6-7 (7-5), 6-2, 6-0; Katerina Maleeva def. Noelle van Lot-turn 3-6, 6-3, 6-0; Lindsay Davenport def. Wiltrud Probst 6-4, 6-2; Sandra Cecchini def. Sandra Wasserman 6-4, 7-6 (7-2); Tami Whitlinger def. Janet Lee o-i, 0-1; nataiia Meoveaeva oet. YoneKamio6-1,6-4. Amy Frazier def. Pam Shriver 3-6, 6-3, 7-5; Leila Meskhi def. Jennifer Capriati (7) 1-6. 6-4, 6-4; Amanda Coetzer (15) def. Nicole Provis 6-3, 6-2; Sandra Cacic def. Claudia Porwik 2-6, 6-3, 6-2; Zina Garrison-Jackson 16) def. Vtrairv ia Ruano-Pascual 6-1, 6-2; Natalia Zvereva def. Elizabeth Smylie 6-3, 6-2; Karma HaDsudova det. Haaka zruba-kova 2-6, 6-3, 6-2; Kimberly Po def. Rosalvn Nideffer 6-3. 6-4. ' Gabriela Sabatini (5) def. Patty i-endick 0-3, 0-1; Jenny Byrne oet. Laura Gildemeister 7-5, 6-4; Helena Su-kova (1 21 def. Manon Bolleoral 6-4. 3-6. 7-6 (7-4); Mary Pierce (13) def. Natalia Baudone 6-0. 6-7 (7-2), 7-6 (7-5); Gigi i-ernanoez oet. ueoDie uranam 2-0, 0-4, 6-4; Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (2) def. Florencia Labat 6-4, 6-3; Nathalie Tau-ziat (1 4) def Elena Brioukhovets 1-6.6- 4,6-1; Maria Jose Gaidano def. Andrea Vieira6-2, 5-7,6-2. NFL SCHEDULE SUNDAY'S GAMES Atlanta at Detroit, noon Cincinnati at Cleveland, noon Denver at NY Jets, noon Kansas City at Tampa Bay, noon LA Rams vs. Green Bay in Milwaukee, noon Miami at Indianapolis, noon New England at Buffalo, noon Phoenix at Philadelphia, noon San Francisco at Pittsburgh, noon Minnesota at LA Raiders, 3 p.m. NY Giants at Chicago. 3 p.m. Seattle at San Diego. 3 p.m. Houston at New Orleans, 7 p.m. AREA RESULTS ST. CHARLES SPEEDWAY Late Model: 1st Heat Bo Smith; 2nd Heat Bill Faust; Dash Bill Faust: Feature Bo Smith, Ed Dixon, Gansmann. Modified; 1st Heat Bob Meyers; 2nd Heat John Seets; Feature John Hobson, Jake Seets Jr., Herman Hanradt. Sportsman: 1 st Heat Gary Wilson; 2nd Heat Martintoni; Feature Martintonl, Stu Springer, Marvin Johnson. Street Stock: 1 st Heat Ken Hen-drick; 2nd Heat Bruce Lancaster; Feature Tim Barrett, Casey Pearson, Hendrick. AREA RESULTS HOLES IN ONE At New Mell Lakes: Earl Hess with a 9-iron on the 1 1 9-yard No. 1 5 hole. At Sunset: Bob Stelmach with a 6-iron on the 168-yard No. 4 hole. At Four Seasons: Mark Gallagher with a 5-wood on the 183-yard No. 8 hole. USQA SENIOR AMATEUR QUALIFIER At Glen Echo C.C. Par 71 Jerry Higginbotham 36-37 73 Ronald Boyce 35-39 74 Gerald McFerren 39-37 76 Pat Keeley 39-38 77 Frank Furlong 40-38 78 David Shannahan 40-38 78 78 Richard Dalton, James Fromuth, Don De Fonce. 79 George Koehler. Alex Nowicki, James Davis, Ray McCraine, Don Dupske. 80 Tom Combs, Billie Craig. Wayne Ortmann, Bob Reynolds, John Powers, Floyd Hall. 81 Clarence Norsworthy. 82 James Minkiewicz, Ed Montgomery. 83 Robert Croak. Ed Luman. 84 George Glasscock, Dee Schmidt. 85 Larry Etzkorn, Ron Mohler, Dave Knollman. 86 Rodney Richardson, James Schjelberg, Ken Netters, David Manes. 87 Gene Enright, Leo Jenkins. 89 Steve Potochny, Dan Medlock. GATEWAY PGA SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP . At Lake Forest C.C. Jeff Hunter 71-72-72215 DaveLevine 70-70-75215 Hunter won on fourth playoff hole. 21 8 Tom Gray, Charlie Stock, Steve Heckel. 21 9 John Hayes, Lynn Rosely. 220 Mark Marcuzzo, Jerry tucker, Nash Haxel, Kent Dinsdale. 221 Victor Whipp, Larry Emery. 222 Jim Knoesel. 224 Mike Tucker. 225 Doug Dunbar. Walt Siemsglusz. 226 Rob Sedorcek, Bill Hall, Daryl Hartig, Tim Eaton. 227 Gene Carello, Ron Akin, Fred Friedman. 228 Jon Butler, Steve Hanks, Mark Christensen. 229 Brad Hulett, Gary Mitchell. 230 Don Brozio. 231 Joe Schwent. 232 Wayne Ockovic, Garth Bayer, Ding Vance. 233 Mike Brengard. 234 Brad Keating. 235 Russ Luedloff, Bryan Glenn, Joel Gann. 236 Gene Shaneyfelt, Bruce Bottom, Lee Vandover. 237 Doug Castellan, Kevin Gustaf-son, Todd Norman. 238 Alan Clark. 239 Gary Fee, Jim Lohr, Ed McNamara. 240 John Kokoruda. Dan Buffington. 241 Tom Staebel, Jim Dutfus. 243 Dave Furlong. 244 Sam Gilliland, Mike Murphy. 246 Brian Maine. Mark Lewis. 250 Les Holcombe, Tom Drennan. 252 Kirk Porter. 253 Barry Storie. 256 Greg Koenig. AREA RESULTS KOOL TRIO LEAUE (At St. Charles Lanes) Blondie and Her Buddies 18 (Ron Vo-mund 666, Beth Kramer 611), Team-232. Team-26 13, Two Wrongs And A Right Team-26 1 1 (Cathy Pinner 633), Team- 2 9 (Mike Kleeschulte 669). KKS 18 (Bill Schmidt 730. Bob Grupas 688. Regi Jonak 646). The Dark Horse 2 (Karen Ward 645). Monte Bellos Pizzeria 14V4 (Vince Range 715). Twin Bridge 5Vi (Ron Lemahieu 684). Johnson and Hackett 13 (Jerry Latyon 652. Sharon Danhaus 641), Beauties And The Beast 7. Beaver And Buttheads 13 (Tracy Turner 676. Kevin Bruening 673, Randy Lightfoot 670), Ten f (Dave Lock 723). Buddies 13, Of By Chance 7 (Nathan Booze 661). Bud Light 1 9 (Keith Bruening 741 , Mike Turner 679, Barb Thorberg 652), Team Eleven 1 . St. Charles Muffler 14 (Mike Scoles 712, Sis Fanning 617), Archway Pro Shop 6 (Darla Thompson 601). Tabooma 15 (Chris Taylor 734, Angie Goettel 653, Team Eighteen 5 (Kurt Thompson 667). Gran Prix 13. Me And My Guys 7. Kool 12 (Larry Jarvas 684), Sherman Towing 8 (Jerry Anderson 780). BLUE CHIP CLASSIC LEAGUE (At Sunset Lanes) Village Lanes Fenton 23 (Russ Steven son is. Kenn Marty an. uoug Gorum 702). Missouri Bar and Grill 3 (Punkin Bennett 698). The Black Derby 18 (Charlie Bennett 659), Imo's Downtown 8. Red Bird Lanes 15 (Jerry Henry 656), Capen Industries 11. Sound Central 16Vs. Stengel Signs 94. Weber's Bar 23 (Rex Dunning 680). Elite Two 3. AMF Dick Weber Lanes 21 (Mark Bre vard. 300 game, 734; AI Giolat 723), Hansel s Bowlina and Troohies 5. DuBowl Lanes 20 (Ed Grimm 702, Chris Armistead 666). Rodney Dort 661), Bob's Drive-In 6 (Paul Williams 678). Ray Orf's Pro Shop 17 (Mark Catanza- ro oa, Bin MCNaoo oa4, joe vmo-vich 743), Bowl-T s 9 (Charlie Muick 663). Ultimate Request 17 (Ed Trapf 722), Magdelan Lanes 9. Hamilton Landscaping 24, Save-A-Lot 1 BASEBALL' CALIFORNIA ANGELS Named Darrell Miller special assignment scout. CHICAGO WHITE SO Signed Ivan Calderon, outfielder; designated Donn Pall, pitcher, for assignment. CLEVELAND INDIANS Named Dan Williams assistant coach. LOS ANGELES DODGERS Traded Eric Davis, outfielder, to the Detroit Tigers for a player to be named later. NY YANKEES Recalled Gerald Williams, outfielder, from Columbus of the International League. Sent Domingo Jean, pitcher, to Prince William of the Carolina League. TORONTO BLUE JAYS Activated Rob Butler and Turner Ward, outfielders, from the 15-day disabled list, and Dick Schofield, shortstop, from medical rehabilitation. BASKETBALL INDIANA PACERS Promoted Billy Knight, assistant coach, to director of player personnel. Named Billy King assistant coach and Tony Marino strength and conditioning coach. Signed Haywoode Workman, guard, to a multiyear contract. BOXING USA BOXING Named Bruce Ma-this acting executive director, effective Sept.1. FOOTBALL ATLANTA FALCONS Re-signed Tim Green, defensive end; Jesse Solomon, linebacker: Jason Phillips, wide receiver: Elbert Shelley, cornerback; Jeff Donaldson, safety, and John Bud-denberg. tackle. Signed Shannon Baker, wide receiver; Robbie Tobeck. center, and Martin Hochertz, defensive end, to their developmental squad. . BUFFALO BILLS Re-signed Mark Kelso, safety; Adam Lingner, center; Rob Await, tight end: and Mark Pike, defensive end Recalled James Patton, defensive end, and Tom Myslinski, offensive lineman, from waivers. CHICAGO BEARS Re-signed Jim Morrissey, linebacker; Keith Van Home, tackle, and Danta Whitaker, tight end. Recalled Anthony Morgan, wide receiver, from waivers. Claimed Robert Green, running back, off waivers from the Washington Redskins, and Gene McGuire. center, off waivers from the New Orleans Saints. Agreed to terms with Markus Paul, safety.Termin-ated the contract of John Wojcie-chowski, offensive lineman. DALLAS COWBOYS Claimed Joey Mickey, tight end, off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles and Matt Vanderbeek, defensive end, off waivers from the Indianapolis Colts. Recalled Bobby Abrams. linebacker, from waivers. Re-signed Tommie Agee, running back; Bill Bates, safety; Dale Hel-lestrae. center, and Robert Williams, defensive back. Signed Coleman Bell, tight end; Brad Bretz, quarterback: Lincoln Coleman, running back', and Everett Mclver, defensive tackle, to their developmental squad. DENVER BRONCOS Recalled Mitch Donahue, linebacker, and Shawn Moore, quarterback, from waivers. Resigned Tim Lukas. linebacker, and Ki-trick Taylor, wide receiver. Claimed Elijah Alexander, linebacker, off waivers from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Signed Kevin Williams, running back; Olaf Hampel, tackle; Ronnie Bradford, cornerback, and Barry Rose, wide receiver, to their developmental squad. DETROIT LIONS Recalled Curvin Richards, running back, and Marty Thompson, tight end, from waivers. Re-signed Leonard Burton, center; Rodney Holman, tight end. and Toby Caston and Victor Jones, linebackers. Claimed Derrick Moore, running back, off waivers from the Atlanta Falcons. Released Vernon Turner, wide receiver. Signed Eric Lynch, running back; Ty Hallock. tight end; Kevin Mmiefield. cornerback. and Larry Ryans. wide receiver, to their developmental squad. GREEN BAY PACKERS Resigned Ed West, tight end; Shawn Collins, wide receiver, and Tootle Robbins, tackle. Recalled Brett Collins and Keo Coleman, linebackers, from waivers. Claimed Gilbert Brown, defensive lineman, off waivers from the Minnesota Vikings. HOUSTON OILERS Recalled John Henry Mills, tight end; Melvin Al-dridge. safety: Le'Shai Maston. running back; and Leonard Harris, wide receiver, from waivers. Claimed Craig Vea-sey. defensive lineman, off waivers from the Miami Dolphins. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Waived Dino Hackett and Percy Snow, linebackers; Michael Young, wide receiver, and Martin Bayless, safety. Re-signed Wes Hopkins and Jay Taylor, defensive backs, and Reggie McElroy and Tom Ricketts, offensive linemen. Signed Hassan Jones, wide receiver, LA RAMS Re-signed Thomas Homco. linebacker, and Richard Buchanan and Tony Hargain, wide receivers. Claimed Ken Clark, running back, off waivers from the Indianapolis Colts and Jeff Brady, linebacker, olf waivers from the Green Bay Packers. Placed Anthony Thompson, running back, on injured reserve. Signed Chuck Belm and Brad Fichtel. offensive linemen; Courtney Griffin cornerback, and Jamie Martin, quarterback, to their developmental squad. MIAMI DOLPHINS Signed Bobby Humphrey, running back, to a one-year contract. Re-signed Fred Banks, wide receiver; Stephen Braggs. cornerback; Roosevelt Collins, defensive end: Lif-fort Hobley. safety: Cliff Odom, linebacker, and Blain Rose, guard. Signed Chuck Bullough, linebacker; Rob Coons, tight end; Robert O'Neal, safety; Doug Pederson. quarterback, and Tony Rowell. offensive lineman, to their developmental squad. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Claimed David White, linebacker, and Darryl Wren, cornerback, off waivers from the Buffalo Bills. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Signed Jay Hilgenberg, center; Cecil Gray, tackle, and Cedric Mack, cornerback. Recalled Donnie Dixon, nose tackle; Karl Dunbar, defensive end, and Marcus Dowdell, wide receiver, from waivers. Signed Tom Backes, guard; Derrick Ned, running back; Othello Henderson, safety, and J.J. McCles-key, wide receiver, to their developmental squad. NY GIANTS Re-signed Bart Oates. center, and Perry Williams, cornerback. Claimed David Treadwell, placekicker. off waivers from the Denver Broncos and George Thornton, defensive lineman, off waivers from the San Diego Chargers. Signed Steve Brannon and Mark Flythe, defensive ends: Jeff Novak, guard, and Eric Weir, wide receiver, to their developmental squad. Waived Steve DeOssie, linebacker. PITTSBURGH STEELERS Signed Rickie Shaw and Mike Finn, tackles; Leslie Shepherd, wide receiver, and Rico Mack, linebacker, to their developmental squad. PHOENIX CARDINALS Claimed Will Furrer, quarterback, off waivers from the Chicago Bears. Re-signed Kani Kauahi. center, and Odie Harris, safety. Recalled Mark Tucker, offensive lineman, from waivers. Signed Mike Cook and Robert Jackson, wide receivers: Alphonso Taylor and Chuckle Johnson, defensive linemen, and Mike Moody, offensive lineman, to their developmental squad. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Resigned Stan Brock, tackle, and Brian Davis, cornerback. Claimed Mark Seay, wide receiver, off waivers from the San Francisco 49ers. Recalled Eric Castle, safety, and Mike Mooney, tackle, from waivers. Released Sam Anno, linebacker. SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS Resigned Mike Cofer, placekicker; Don Griffin, cornerback; Marc Logan, running back, and Mike Walter, linebacker. Recalled Antonio Goss, linebacker, from waivers. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Re-signed Rueben Mayes, running back; E.J. Junior, linebacker: Jeff Graham, quarterback; Trey Junkin and Grant Feasel, centers, and Robb Thomas, wide receiver. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Claimed Sean Love, guard, off waivers from the Buffalo Bills. Re-signed Robert Claiborne, wide receiver; Barney Bussey and Curtis Buckley, defensive backs: Pat Tomberlin, guard, and Rhett Hall, defensive lineman. Waived Dar-rick Brownlow, linebacker. WASHINGTON REDSKINS Resigned Kelly Goodburn, punter; Guy Bingham, center; Eric Williams and Jason Buck, defensive tackles; Terry Orr, tight end, and Johnny Thomas, corner-back. Signed Gregory Clifton, wide receiver; Ray Rowe. tight end; Darryl Morrison, defensive back, to their developmental squad. Reached agreements with Guy Earle, tackle, and Tico Duckett. running back, to join their developmental squad. American League Favorite Odds Underdog BREWERS even-6 Royals Blue Jays 8-9 A s Tigers even-6 MARINERS YANKEES even-6 White Sox RED SOX 7-8 Rangers TWINS 5Vj-6Vj Indians Orioles 7-8 ANGELS National League Favorite Odds Underdog METS pick Astros Phillies 5V2-6'2 ' CUBS Dodgers even-6 PIRATES Padres pick MARLINS BRAVES 8-9 Giants CARDS 7Vi-8V2 Reds Expos 7V2-8V! ROCKIES NFL Favorite Points Underdog 49ers 6 STEELERS Dolphins 6 COLTS LIONS 6 Falcons BILLS 13'2 Patriots JETS pick Broncos Chiefs 7 BUCS EAGLES 6V2 Cards BROWNS 8 Benqals x-PACKERS 7 Rims BEARS 1 Giants Vikings 3 RAIDERS CHARGERS 12 Seahawks SAINTS 3 Oilers Monday Favorite Points Underdog REDSKINS 1V2 Cowboys x-ln Milwaukee COLLEGE FOOTBALL Favorite Points Underdog AUBURN 4 Mississippi S. MISS 9'2 Pittsburgh Virginia 4Vj MARYLAND PENNST 21 Minnesota GEORGIA 9'2 S. Carolina OHIO ST. 15 Rice NOTRE DAME 28 N Western Oregon 7 COL. ST. WYOMING 10 Oregon St. IOWA 12V2 Tulsa WASHINGTON 6V2 Stanford Miami-FIa 6V2 BOST. COL MICHIGAN 24 Wash St b-ALABAMA 34 Tulane USC 92 Houston Vanderbilt 1 W FOREST TEXAS A&M 19 Lsu Florida St. 32 DUKE NCST. 13 Purdue MISS. ST. 4 Memphis St. COLORADO 12' Texas Oklahoma 17 TCU BAYLOR 2 Fresno St. c-Arkansas 13 SMU Byu 17VS NEW MEXICO UCLA 3Vj California ARIZONA ST. 13 Utah ARIZONA 27 Utep b-in Birmingham, Ala. c-at the Cotton Bowl. Home team in CAPS 1993 Universal Press Syndicate FAIRMOUNT PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING TUESDAY'S RESULTS CLOUDY AND FAST FIRST RACE 6 furlongs claiming (14,000) purse $3,200. PPHorse Jockey Finish Oddstl 2 Barbara's Gold Bielby 1-4 1.30 6 Baby Clown Woodley 2-3 6.80 4 Irish Legacy Gall 3-nk 4 60 1 Big And Black Wells 4-11 3.60 3 Hvkatie Hundley 5- 25.60 5 Miss Hillary Love N Medina DNF- 3.30 Time 23.4 48.1 1:14. 2 Barbara's Gold (Bielbv) 4.60 2.60 2.40 6 Baby Clown (Woodlev) 5.20 3.40 4 Irish Legacy (Gall) 2.40 S2.00 Exacta (2-6) paid S33.80 SECOND RACE one mile maidens purse $6,500. 1 Air Glove 2 Wake Up Ike 4 Jack Is Wild 3 Pat's Bevo 5 Irish Mel Durham 1-6 12 1.90 Gilbert 2-3 4.50 Houghton 3-no 3.60 Gall 4-4 6.40 Cox 5-nk 6.80 6 Persuasive Dancer Shurtz 6-12 14.10 7 Zen Sense Woodlev 7- 5.50 Time - 25 49.41:15.3 1:42.4, 1 Air Glove (Durham) 5.80 3.60 2.40 2 Wake Up Ike (Gilbert) 4.20 2.60 4 Jack Is Wild (Houghton) 2.60 $2.00 Daily Double (2-1) paid S19.20 S2.00 Exacta (1-2) paid $22.40 THIRD RACE 6 furlongs maidens purse $6,000. 7 Midnight Charmer Gall 1-no 5.90 6 Sugorshackiack Houghton 2-3 2.40 3 Sonnys Sun Dance Gilbert 3-34 12.00 2 Full Of Jazz N Medina 4-6 15.10 8 Moon Man's Mai ic Castanon 5-612 1.50 4 Chance To Explode Burns 6-2 8.30 5 Bold A.D.R. Shurtz 7-hd 13.80 1 Wavering Tiger Hundley 8- 10.40 Time -23 47.4 1:13.4. 7 Midnight Charmer (Gall) 13.80 5.40 3.80 6 Sugarshackiack (Houghton) 3.80 3.00 3 Sonnvs Sun Dance (Gilbert) 7.80 $2.00 Exacta (7-6) paid $57.20 $2.00 Trifecta (7-6-3) paid $695.60 FOURTH RACE 6 furlongs allowance purse $7,250. 2 Red Sandys Dancer Gilbert 6 Tipsy Martini Retana 1- 9 2- 2 4.90 11.00 4 Silent In The Rear Woodley 3-hd 3.00 3 J.C.'s Toast Martin 4-3 34 7.80 5 Truly Regal Gall 5-12 1.00 1 Royal Miss Deb Sturniolo 6-1 34 800 1 Just Revving Kurek 7- 8.00 Time 23.2 47.3 1:12.2. 2 Red Sandys Dancer (Gilbert) 11.80 6.80 3.80 6 Tipsy Martini (Retana) 13.00 6.60 4 Silent In The Rear (Woodlev) 3.20 $2.00 Exacta (2-6) paid $164.80 FIFTH RACE 6 furlongs maiden claiming ($4,000) purse $3,200. 2 Sundown Drive Cox 1- 0.90 3 Sultans Star Torres 2- 7.60 8 Stinger's Image Kurek 3- 15.40 1 Leading Bio Houghton 4- 3.60 6 Master Clav Gall 5- 7.60 10 Lord Bevington Burns 6- 13.20 5 Quacka Java Norwood 7- 21.70 4 Rulers Success Bielby 8- 19.00 7 Mint To Mary Durham 9- 66.70 9 Flawless Logic Thomas 10- 72.80 Time - 23.3 48.2 1:15. 2 Sundown Drive (Cox) 3.80 3.20 3.00 3 Sultans Star (Torres) 9.80 5.40 8 Stinger's Image (Kurek) 5.20 $2.00 Exacta (2-3) paid $49.40 $2.00 Trifecta (2-3-8) paid $245.00 SIXTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($10,000) purse $6,200. 6 Sezalot Leeds 1-5 2.50 2 Irish Rag ' Cox 2-212 12.50 1 Yukon Elle Woodley 3-12 3.80 5 Touch Of Ruth Campos 4-nk 6.60 3 Engleberg Bielby 5-612 3.10 4 IndyMaid Gall 6- 2.50 Time - 22.4 47 1:13.1. 6 Sezalot (Leeds) 7.00 5.00 2.80 2 Irish Rag (Cox) 9.60 4.20 1 Yukon Elle (Woodley) 3.00 $2.00 Exacta (6-2) paid $54.40 $2.00 Pick 3 (2-2-6) paid $90.00 SEVENTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($3,000) purse $3,000. 2 Rusty Adams Bielbv V2 330 3 Blue River Martin 2-nk 12.40 7 Cruisin Coulee Kurek 3-34 5.50 4 QueenyPark Gall 4-234 3.50 6 Moon Mission Castanon 5-2 35.80 1 Decsola Hundlev 6-2 20.10 5 Miss Silver Bullet Woodley 7-4 1.70 8 Yukon Guide Irving 8- 8.50 Time - 23 47.3 1:13.1. 2 Rustv Adams (Bielby) 8.60 5.40 5.40 3 Blue River (Martin) 10.20 8.00 7 Cruisin Coulee (Kurek) 3.60 $2.00 Exacta (2-3) paid $113.20 $2.00 Trifecta (2-3-7) paid $549.40 EIGHTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($3,000) purse $3,000. 6 Jackee Night Out Burns VI cV40 2 AmdaMeki Irving 2-1 4.00 1 Aces Galore Norwood 3-34 4.70 5 Pink Sateen Woodley 4-no 2.60 3 Intropical Martin 5-4 19.10 7 Troy's Best Gall 6-3 34 2.10 4 MindyMac Bielby 7-1 26.20 8 Misty Avenue Castanon 8- 26.80 Time -23.3 48.1 1:14.1. 6 Jackee Night Out (Burns) 14.80 8.40 4.20 2 Amda Meki (Irving) 5.20 4.20 1 Aces Galore (Norwood) 3.60 $2.00 Exacta (6-2) paid $80.80 $2.00 Trifecta (6-2-1) paid $297.80 NINTH RACE 6 furlongs allowance purse $6,000. 2 Envoy N.J. Castanon 1-12 TT35 3 Rocky's Express Leeds 2-nk 2.70 6 Amy's Store Rodriguez 3-1 12 8.80 1 Mistan'sStar Gall 4-6 1.10 4 Flying Folly Woodley 5-212 4.40 5 Notice My Ack Bielby 6-4 14.90 7 Gmme Gmme Gme Hundley 7- 14.10 Time -23.2 47.4 1:13.3. 2 Envoy N.J. (Castanon) 24.60 9.40 4.40 3 Rocky's Express (Leeds) 3.80 3.60 6 Amy's Store (Rodriguez) 3.60 $2.00 Exacta (2-3) paid S103.80 TENTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($3,000) purse $3,000. 1 Cousin Nate Woodlev 1-2 12 450 1 Arkansas Rebel Gall 1-234 4.50 2 Boldbury N Medina 3-34 1.80 4 Mount Weather Leeds 4-1 12.60 5 Eniale Cox 5-hd 14.50 3 Joshua's Lad Castanon 6-1 34 29.30 8 Leprechaun's Luck Bielby 7-nk 2.50 6 Dinner Crowd Norwood 8-7 4.90 7 Perfectly Tximed Durham 9- 14.90 Time 23.1 46.4 1:12.2. Note: Cousin Nate and Arkansas Rebel coupled. 1 Cousin Nate (Woodlev) 11.00 11.00 5.40 1 Arkansas Rebel (Gall) 11.00 11.00 5.40 2 Boldbury (N Medina) 3.60 $2.00 Exacta (1-2) paid $36.40 $2.00 Trifecta (1-2-4) paid $244.00 ARLINGTON PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING TODAY'S ENTRIES FAIRMOUNT INTERTRACK (Post Time, 1 p.m.) FIRST RACE (1m) claiming, purse $6,800: 1, Royal James, Sibille; 2, Men Storm, Sorrows; 3, Seventeen Black, Gomez; 4, Sweet Dusty, Enriquez; 5, Pink Velvet, Bourque; 6, Abydel, Meier; 7, Bethanys Brillance, Lasala. SECOND RACE (1m) claiming, purse $12,500: 1, Sentenciado. Pettinger; 2, Tenor Tuner, Enriquez; 3, Wild Runner, Fires; 4, Health Care, Guidry; 5, Bapu, Bourque: 6. Wild Companion, Sibille; 7, Patients To See. Silva; 8. Richard Dan, Gomez. THIRD RACE (6t) maiden claiming, purse $7.500: 1, Fortunate D Sterling; 1A. Light Rebuttal, Guidry; 2, Surface, Masino; 3. Rockport Fair, Gomez; 4, Allentown. Barton; 5, Sir Garth, Diaz; 6, Suntanned, Baird; 7, Super Satan, Bourque; 8, Double D Termined, Fires; 9, Schoolboy Rowe, Nuesch; 1 0, Mude-lofe, Gryder; 11, Leading Remedy, Sibille. FOURTH RACE (1m turf) claiming, purse $18,000: 1 , Ladv Lately, Baird; 2, Silent Fanfare, Fires; 3, Roseabelle Believe. Sibille; 4, Roil, Gomez; 5, Tune In And Fly, Gryder; 6, Call Your Raise, Sellers; 7, True Luv Joan. Pettinger; 8 Cody Pass. Bourque; 9, Exclusive Tiara, Guidry; 10, Seattle Fashion, Diaz. FIFTH RACE (1m 116th turf) claiming, purse $17,000: 1, Chivalrous. Fires; 2. Tutu Tobago, Sellers; 3, Freight Bill. Barton; 4, Tiblow Crossing Torres; 5, Mr. Cowboy, Gryder; 6, Ice In Space, Nuesch; 7, Dinner In Rio, Diaz; 8, Rabadan, Gomez; 9, Cold Trail, Pettinger; 10, Tarnished Halo, Enriquez. SIXTH RACE (6f) maiden claiming, purse $9,300: 1, Mountain Lass, Pettinger; 2, Tango Cat, Gryder; 3. Romy, Guidry: 4, Limodreams. Laviolette: 5. Shiney Saber, Lasala; 6, Red Hot Drawers, Baird; 7, Courtly Kathy, Zun-iga; 8, Elan De Tammy, Bourque; 9, Lady Jezzi, Torres; 10, Fran s Chic, Sterling; 11, Northbound River, Sorrows; 12, Luckeecee Luckeedo, Razo. SEVENTH RACE (1m turf) allowance, purse $21,500: 1, Noble Nasr, Meier; 2, Silvery Empress, Bourque; 3, My Bubbling Belle, Barton; 4, Secred Deed. Sibille; 5. Shade, Guidry; 6,. Dance On Destiny. Lasala: 7. Magic Swan, Fires: 8, Ma Guerre, Sellers; 9, Seattle Surf, Silva;; 10, Come Splash Withme. Gomez. EIGHTH RACE (6Vif) allowance, purse $24,750: 1. Kuma, Silva; 2. T. Town Royal. Guidry; 3. Carlaire, Barton; 4, Shocking Tremor, Diaz; 5, Wi-senchips. Sellers; 6, In By Six. Sibille. NINTH RACE (6f) claiming, purse $9,300: 1, Typette, Diaz; 2, Southern-comfortman, Lavioltte: 3, Mama's Boy Bv Law. MA7R: 4. Phone Reflection Sorrows; 5, Trade'n Key, Barton; 6, Demon's House Call, Razo; 7, K.S. Success, Gomez; 8, Couch, Bourque; 9, Holy Chant, Macias: 10, Jessica's River; 1 1 , Kimzak, Valenzuela; 12, Harvest Field, Robletto. SELECTIONS 1 Van Storm, Sweet Dusty, Abydel 2 Wild Runner, Patients to See, Richard Dan 3 Sir Garth, Double D. Termined, Suntanned 4 Lady Lately, Exclusive Tiara, Tune in and Fly 5 Chivalrous, Rabadan, Freight Bill 6 Romy. Lady Jezzi. Courtly Kathy 7 Dance On Destiny, Come Splash With Me, Ma Guerre 8 Kuma, T. Town Royal, In By Six 9 Trade'n Key, Kimzak, Demon's House Call Best Bet Chivalrou Rivermen, Usually Talent-Rich, Will Rely On 'Heart' This Year By Ray Jordan Of the Post-Dispatch Staff This will be the season Tom Redmond finds out how good a coach he really is. Redmond has his work cut out for him at the University of Miss-ouri-St. Louis. "I've always said you've got to have good players to win," said Redmond, beginning his third season as head coach of the Rivermen. "I think this team has got to win with heart. "This is a different group than we've had in the past. Most of the time, when we'd step on the field, we'd have more talent than our opponents. This year, I'd say 50 percent of our opponents will have more talent than us." A conspiracy of graduation losses, recruiting problems, injuries and bad luck has left UMSL dangerously thin on experience. Only five starters return from last season's 11-7-1 team, one of only four UMSL squads in the past 21 years that failed to make the NCAA Division II playoffs. ' But graduation losses are only part of the problem: Skip Birdsong, who was recruited out of Lewis And Clark Community College to be UMSL's next go-to guy after the graduation of Craig Frederking, probably will be ruled ineligible by the NCAA. "We were hoping Skip would be our key attacking player," Redmond said. Birdsong, a Granite City native, originally signed with Quincy University two years ago. He worked out for two days with the Hawks, then decided to return home and play for Lewis And Clark. Even though he didn't attend classes or play for Quincy, Redmond said, NCAA rules require that he earn an associate's degree before he is eligible to return to a four-year school. Birdsong did not. "It's a frustrating technicality, but it's there in black and white in the rulebook," Redmond said. "It was an At A Glance Coach: Tom Redmond (28-8-3 in two years). 1992 Record: 11-7-1. Top Returnees: Sr. D Doug Wiese, Sr. M Gayle Abbas, Sr. D Dean Dallas, So. G Jeff Hulsey. Schedule: Sept. 8 Washington U., 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 1 1 vs. Lindenwood (Gardner Cup Classic in Kirksville, Mo.), noon; Sept. 12 vs. Baker (Gardner Cup Classic In Kirksville, Mo.), noon; Sept. 16 Florida Tech, 7:30 p.m.; Sept. 19 Wiscon-sin-Parkside, noon; Sept. 25 vs. Gannon (Gannon U. Tourney in Erie, Pa.), 2:30 p.m.; Sept. 26 vs. Mercyhurst (Gannon U. Tourney in Erie, Pa.), noon; Sept. 29 Missouri Valley, 4 p.m.; Oct. 2 vs. Grand Canyon (UMSL Classic), 1 1 :30 a.m.; Oct. 3 vs. Fontbonne (UMSL Classic), 2 p.m.; Oct. 9 vs. Oakland (Oakland U. Invitational in Rochester, Mich.), 2:30 p.m.; Oct. 10 vs. C.W. Post (Oakland U. Invitational In Rochester, Mich.), 11:30 p.m.; Oct. 13 at Missouri-Rolla, 5 p.m.; Oct. 17 vs. West Texas State in Rolla, Mo.; Oct. 23 Northeast Missouri St., 7:30 p.m.; Oct. 29 vs. Missouri Southern (Drury Tournament in Springfield, Mo.), 8 p.m.; Oct. 30 Drury Tournament in Springfield, Mo.; Nov. 6 Southwest Baptist, 2 p.m. oversight on my part, not Skip's." Tom Edgar, a veteran who missed last season because of a knee injury, is questionable because of a heart murmur discovered during a routine physical. Redmond is awaiting results of additional tests before he knows whether Edgar can play. Greg Tieber, another veteran who sat out last season because of academic problems, was injured in an auto accident last November. That caused him to miss several classes, which complicated his efforts to regain his eligibility. If he's successful in getting some failing grades changed to incompletes, he'll be able to return to the Rivermen. Doug Wiese, UMSL's best returning player, has come down with a double groin pull in the preseason. "We just hope to have him back by Sept. 8," Redmond said, looking ahead to the season opener next Wednesday night at home against Washington University. All is not gloom and doom, however. The Rivermen have a few bright spots, such as their back line. Senior Dean Dallas, son of former UMSL coach Don Dallas, will anchor the defense at sweeper, and Wiese, when he's healthy, will move to stopper. Freshman Tony Zangara (Chamin-dade) and transfers Gary Davis (Lewis And Clark) and Lewis Tucker (State Fair) will man the wings. "Our back line potentially could be very strong," Redmond said. Sophomore Jeff Hulsey, who had a 1.37 goals-against average in 18 starts last year, has some new competition in the nets this season. Former St. Louis University backup Todd Molski will push Hulsey for playing time. Veterans Gayle Abbas and Todd Rick will work with transfers Matt Gober (Stetson) and Robert Emerson (State Fair) in the midfield. Squadman Michael Hayes, brother of former St. Louis U. players Tom and John, will team with transfer John Quante (Meramec) at forward. This will be a critical area for the Rivermen, who looked to career scoring leader Frederking for four years.. Redmond believes UMSL will have to win some 1-0 and 2-1 defensive struggles this season to be successful. "We've got to figure out some ways to win, like with our work ethic," he said. "We're pushing each other, and if we do that, we'll win some games." GATEWAY PGA SECTION CHAMPIONSHIP Hunter Replaces Playoff Yip With Yippee By Dave Luecking Of the Post-Dispatch Staff Neither the cooler air nor the wind nor the misty rain made Ann Hunter shiver Tuesday afternoon at Lake Forest Country Club. The chilling factor was her husband, the soon-to-be Gateway PGA Section Champion. Jeff Hunter of St. Clair Country Club in Belleville beat Dave Levine of Hannibal Country Club on the fourth playoff hole, but not before giving his wife some anxious moments. "I'm not really cold," Ann Hunter said before the third playoff hole. "My knees are shaking because I'm nervous." Apparently, her husband also was nervous. How else to explain the 2-foot par putt he missed at No. 3, giving Levine a reprieve and sending the playoff into its fourth hole? Hunter regrouped before Levine, the leader after two rounds. Levine hit a tree with his second shot on the 387-yard, par-4 No. 4 hole, giving Hunter another chance to win. "When he hit the tree, I told myself, 'Don't be stupid again,' " Hunter said. This time, he calmly sank a 2-footer for par to win the playoff. "I knew he'd make that one," Levine said. Hunter thought so as well. "It was a no-brainer," he said. "That last little putt was easy." That little putt on No. 3 seemed easy, too perhaps too easy. Hunter wasted no time whacking the ball past the hole. "Any time I putt, it's scary," Hunter said with a laugh. "That was ignorance. I tried to force it, and I usually don't do that." He said his wife usually doesn't "tell me how stupid I am on the golf course," but this time, she inadvertently let him know. "She apologized for the expletive," said Hunter, who also witnessed his wife jumping in reaction to his miss quite a feat for someone seven months pregnant. "Everything jumped," Hunter said, with a laugh. "I thought the kid would come right then." All such concerns were erased as the relieved Hunters embraced after his winning putt, which was worth $3,000 in prize money. Levine, 34, took home the second prize of $2,200. Hunter and Levine were the only golfers under par in the 54-hole tournament, finishing at 1-under 215. Levine led the tournament after 36 holes at 4-under-par 140, but he and others cooled off with the weather on Tuesday. Levine shot 75, 3 strokes worse than Hunter, who was even Tuesday after finishing at 143 Monday. Hunter shot one of only three rounds of par or better on Tuesday. "It was a lot harder today," Levine said. "It was overcast, with blowing mist. It wasn't a nice day to play. It was the third round, too, and it kind of showed." Tom Gray of Tan-Tar-A, Charlie Stock of the Players Club and Steve Heckel of Crab Orchard Golf Club all under par after Monday's rounds finished in a three-way tie for third at 218, 3 strokes behind the leaders. John Hayes of Forest Hills and Lynn Rosely of Quincy Country Club tied for sixth at 3-over-par 219. U.S. SENIOR AMATEUR QUALIFYING Higginbotham Paces Senior Amateur Qualifying By Keith Schildroth Post-Dispatch Special Correspondent As darkness set in last Friday, Jerry Higginbotham finished his second round ever at Glen Echo Country Club. He was preparing for Tuesday's qualifying for the U.S. Senior Amateur Championship. He had played the course years ago but wanted to take some notes and study the greens. He was glad he prepared. The greens at Glen Echo, like many in the area, are thin and worn due to the heat, humidity and lack of ventilation. Thanks in part to his preparation, Higginbotham shot a 2-over-par 73, the low score Tuesday. Ron Boyce of Jefferson City shot 74 and Gerald McFerren, who has residences in Austin, Texas, and St. Louis, shot 76. All three qualify for the U.S. Senior Amateur, Sept. 20-25 at Farm-ington C.C, in Charlottesville, Va. Pat Keeley is the No. 1 alternate after shooting 77. Frank Furlong, the No. 2 alternate, shot 78 and No. 3 alternate David Shannahan, shot 78. Higginbotham, a retired administrator in the St. Louis County Special School District, was the last golfer to start the competition. "Getting out Friday was important for me," Higginbotham said. "The greens looked worse than they were. You had to hit the ball solid. I didn't have much trouble on the greens. I didn't have a three-putt green." This will be his second trip to the senior championship. He qualified in 1990 and played at Desert Forest in Phoenix but lost in the first round. Since retiring in 1989, Higginbotham has had time to enjoy golf. He is a public-course player, playing most of his golf at Forest Park. He also has worked part-time at Algonquin. Boyce qualified despite two double-bogeys, at No. 12 and No. 16. He also had bogeys at No. 11 and No. 17. Most of his woes came on the putting surfaces. "I'm used to playing on near-perfect greens," said Boyce, who is a member of Jefferson City Country Club and has been the grounds chairman for the past 16 years. "I'm spoiled." McFerren, a TWA pilot, played in the bakota Open last week. J GIRLS TENNIS Clayton 7. Mehlville 0 Eureka 5. Marquette 2 Nerinx Hall 5. Latayette 2 GIRLS VOLLEYBALL Mehlville del. De Soto 15-7,1 5-9 Hillsboro def. Fox 15-6, 15-13 Eldon def. Hermann 12-15, 15-11, 15-10 GIRLS SOFTBALL ARCHDIOCESAN ATHLETIC ASSOC. Aquinas-Mercy 13. DuBourq 3 NON-CONFERENCE Mehlville 7. Cor Jesu 3 House Springs Northwest 5, Eureka 4 St. Dominic 8. Rosary 1 St. Clair 12, KirkwoodO PARKWAY TOURNAMENT First Round Pattonville 8, Wentzville 2 Parkway Central 1 1 , Howell 3 Hazelwood West 7, Incarnate Word 6 Parkway West 9, McCluer North 3 Hazelwood Central 4, Nerinx Hall 1 St. Charles West 6, Parkway North 1 Ritenour 7, Parkway South 5 Duchense 7, Howell North 6 Championship Quarterfinals Pattonville 8. Parkway Central 2 Parkway West 4. Hazelwood West 3 Hazelwood Central 5, St. Charles West 1 Ritenour 8. Duchense 2 BOYS SOCCER Lindbergh 3, St. Pius 1 (L: Scott Frick 2, John Maurer. SP: Tom Blume) Howell North 6. McCluer 0 (HN: Frank Livingstone 2, Jeff Stevens 2. Jeff Bogeat. and Jeff Locker; shutout by Josh Schlick, Erik Lenzing, and Mike Anderson) Wentzville 2, Washington 1 (WE: Derrick DePriest, Jeremy Sausto. WA: Scott Anderson) Collinsville 2, Edwardsville 1 (2 ots) (C: Marty Bub and Mike Theis. E: Neil Harris) St. Dominic 1 , Chaminade 0 (SD: Adam Smith; shutout by Steve Schnider) Borgia 4, Rolla 2 (B: Tim Peters 2, Matt Coulter, David Cassat. R: Larry McCoy. Bill Kiefer) Vianney 1, DuBourg 0 (V: Tony Williams; shutout by Casey Klipfel) Althoff 2, Belleville West 1 (A: Bill Thomas, Randy Wilshire. BW: John Bramlet) Alton Marquette 7, Lebanon 0 (M: Mark Kucharczyk 4, David Kane, Andy Kulp, Mark Robinson; shutout by Matt Klasner). Carlinville 2, MetroEast Lutheran 0 (C: Joe Acree, Sam Bollinger) Waterloo 3, Cahokia 0 (W; Fernando Valero, Colin Neumeyer and Shane Yearian: shutout by Ryan Hodapp) Granite City 9. Bethalto 1 (G: Shawn Petroski 2, Mark Whinfeild 2, Tommy Breeden, Craig Harrenson, Eric Simpson, Jared Raftery, and Sonny Ayarn; B: Adam Jones) MISSISSIPPI VALLEY Jerseyville 3. Mascoutah 2 (2 ot) (J: Drew Dientman. Kieth Krueger, and Matt Stark; M: Erich Bretz and Oustin Mast) SUBURBAN EAST TOURNAMENT Ladue 7, Maplewood 0 (L: Jason Aft 4, MattShafer. Pete Murray, Nick Blum; shutout by Clancy Moore and Mike Atkinson) St. John's i, Clayton 2 (SJ: Mark Lewis 3: Clayton: Jeremy Segel-Moss 2) MEN'S SOCCER SlU-Edwardsville 2, Missouri-St. Louis 2 (SIUE: Joe Thomure 2. UMSL: Justin Staus2) WOMEN'S VOLLEYBALL McKendree def. Missouri Baptist 15-3, 15-4, 7-15,15-1 PGA MONEY LEADERS Tournaments Money 1. Nick Price 15 $1,392,270 2. Paul Azinger 20 $1,326,869 3. Greg Norman .... 14 $1,160,903 4. Lee Janzen 22 $867,040 5. Payne Stewart ... 23 $844,475 6. Tom Kite 18 $774,311 7. Fulton Allem 24 $770,438 8LarryMize 18 $638,693 9. Bernhard Langer . . 6 $626,938 10. Rocco Mediate ... 20 $621,111 11. Steve Elkington .. 20 $617,867 12. Fred Couples .... 17 $605,479 13. Vijay Singh 12 $569,181 14. Phil Mickelson ... 21 $561,965 15. Corey Pavin 19 $559,831 16. Chip Beck 22 $524,285 17. 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