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6D SPORTS ST. LOUIS POST-DISPATCH WEDNESDAY, MAY 12, 1993 FOR THE RECORD rYrriTffTTr- i 1 "l:F.m:f.T! AREA RESULTS HOLE IN ONE Tower Tee: Tony Bozich with a 9-iron on ins i lu-yara no b noie. PGA STATISTICAL LEADERS Scoring: 1, Greg Norman. 69 55. 2. Paul Azinger, 69 .69. 3. Payne Stewart. 69 86. 4. Mark MnCiimhar 69 an s Mark Wiebe. 69.92. 6, Tom Kite, 69.93. 7, Larry Mize. 69 98. 8. Nick Price. .. 70 07. 9, Gil Morgan, 70.18. 10, Steve Elkington, 70 30. j Driving Distance: 1, John Daly. 287.6. 2. John Adams. 277.1. 3. Ed Humenik, 276.1. 4, David Jackson, 275.1. 5, Barry Cheesman, 274.9. 6, Davis Love III. 274 5 7 Brett Onto '274.1. 8. Mike Standly, 271.8. 9. Phil Blackmar, 271.6. 10, Kelly Gibson, . CM .9. Drivina Accuracy: 1. Doun Tewell ! 82.0. 2, Dillard Pruitt. 81.5. 3, Fred Funk, 80.1. 4, David Edwards, 79.8. ' 5, Bruce Lietzke, 79.4. 6, Fulton Al- , Jem. 78 8. 7. Larry Mize, 78.7. 8, , Hale Irwin, 78.6. 9. Loren Roberts, 78.3. 10. Billv Mavfair. 78.0. Greens in Regulation: 1, Tom Kite, . 73.6. 2, Bill Glasson, 72.7. 3, Fuzzy -'Zoeller, 72.1. 4, David Edwards, i 71 .0. 5, Harry Taylor, 70.8. 6, Steve Elkington, 70.7. 7, Fred Couples, 70 6. 8, John Cook, 70.3. 9, Scott '. Hoch, 70.1. Putting: 1, David Frost. 1.729. 2, Greo Norman. 1.733. 3. Ken Green. 1.738. 4, Tom Kite, 1.739. 5. (tie) Ben , Crenshaw and Dick Mast. 1 .741 . 7, (tie) Biiiy Anoraae and boo Lonr, l .743. i- Total Driving: 1, Nick Price, 59. 2, , Fuzzy Zoeller. 63. 3. Greg Norman, 67. '4, Bill Glasson, 69. 5. Gil Morgan, 73. 6. i Jim McGovern, 74. 7, Paul Azinger, 75. 8. Jeff Maggert, 81.9, Tom Watson, 86. ' 10. Payne Stewart, 95. Eagles: 1 , (tie) John Daly, Davis Love III and Kirk triplet! 9. 4, (tie) Ed Humenik, Brett Ogle and Dave Rummells, 8. , Birdies: 1, Payne Stewart.' 217. 2, Mark O Meara, 193. 3, Jim McGovern, ,-191. 4, Keith Clearwater, 187. 5. (tie) Nolan Henke and Lee Janzen, 182. 7, ' (tie) John Huston and Neal Lancaster, 181. Sand Trap Saves: 1. Larry Mize. 1 69.6. 2. (tie) Ken Green and Jodie Mudd. 66.7. 4. Nick Price, 66.1. 5, Bill Britton. 65.6. 6. Ben Crenshaw, 65.5. 7, Dick Mast, 64.0. All Around: 1 , Payne Stewart, 197. 2 , Gil Morgan, 215. 3, Paul Azinger, 230. 4. Fuzzv Zoeller. 294. 5. Larrv Mi?a 300. 6, Steve Elkington, 326. 7, Jim McGovern, 333. 8, Greg Norman, 338. 9, Mark OMeara, 341. 10, Nick Price, OOO. 1993 PGA CHAMPIONS Tournament of Champions (Davis Love III) Hawaiian Open (Howard Twitty) Northern Telcom Open (Larry Mize) Phoenix Open (Lee Janzen) Pebble Beach National Pro-Am (Brett Ogle) Bob Hope Classic (Tom Kite) Buick Invitational (Phil Mickelson) Los Angeles Open (Tom Kite) Doral Open (Greg Norman) Honda Classic (Fred Couples) Nestle Invitational (Ben Crenshaw) The Players Championship (Nick Price) Freeport-McMoRan Classic (Mike Standly) Masters (Bernhard Langer) Deposit Guaranty Classic (Greg Kraft) Heritage Classic (David Edwards) Greater Greensboro Open (Rocco Mediate) Houston Open (Jim McGovern) BellSouth Classic (Nolan Henke) Next Up: May 13-16 Byron Nelson Classic, TPC at Las Colinas, Irving, Texas. PGA MONEY LEADERS Tournaments Money 1. Bernhard Langer .. 4 $626,938 2. Nick Price 7 $589,652 3. Tom Kite 8 $518,564 4. Greg Norman 6 $497,587 5. PaulAzinger 12 $495,413 6. Payne Stewart ... 14 $495,358 7. Rocco Mediate ... 11 $486,502 8. Steve Elkington ..11 $443,438 9. Larry Mize 10 $404,590 10. Fred Couples 9 $392,125 11. Lee Janzen 13 $388,495 12. Gil Morgan ...... 12 $361,508 13. JimMcgovern 15 $341,741 14. Joey Sindelar 12 $329,608 15. Chip Beck 12 $326,369 16. Davis Love III .... 12 $323,290 17. Howard Twitty ... 12 $311,916 18. David Edwards ... 10 $310,939 19. Nolan Henke 13 $305,675 20. Mark O Meara ... 13 $296,198 21. Brett Ogle 9 $289,107 22. Jeff Maggert 12 $261,438 23. Mark McCumber .. 8 $260,109 24. David Frost 11 $260,081 25. Ben Crenshaw ... 10 $253,375 26. Phil Mickelson ... 10 $243,848 ; 27. Tom Lehman .... 12 $237,261 28. Donnie Hammond 12 $233,204 t 29. Billy Andrade .... 13 $229,190 30. John Huston 13 $225,699 31. Mike Standly 14 $221,896 32. Keith Clearwater.. 14 $202,469 33. Jay Haas 12 $201,877 34. RickFehr 10 $201,451 35. Andrew Magee .. . 13 $197,290 36. Dan Forsman 10 $183,627 37. Dave Rummells ..12 $181,353 38. Mark Calcavecchia 14 $179,888 39. Vijay Singh 5 $174,681 40. Billy Ray Brown ..11 $173,662 41. Russ Cochran ... 13 $173,234 0 42. Robert Gamez ... 11 $170,258 43. Fuzzy Zoeller .... 10 $167,053 J 44. Corey Pavin 11 $165,160 45. Greg Twiggs 13 $162,001 46. Scott Simpson ... 10 $159,904 47. Dudley Hart 13 $158,413 1 I TUESDAY'S RESULTS CLOUDY AND FAST FIRST RACE 6 furlongs allowance purse , PPHorse Jockey Finish 6 2 4 S 7 3 Fantasv Streak Roundturn Mr. Abbott Maistcstwntvwon Handi'sGoGo Sage Warrior Auctioneer's Bid Bielbv 1-2 Thomas 2-no Castanon 3-hd N Medina 4-1 12 Burns Gall 5-12 6-512 Militello Time - 22.1 45.3 1:12.2 6 Fantasv Streak (B ielbv) 3.60 2.80 2 Roundturn (Thomas) 3.00 3.00 4 Mr. Abbott (Castanon) 3.20 $2.00 Perfecta (6-2) paid $9.40 SECOND RACE 6 furlongs claiming purse $3,000. 9 Mr. Normon Hundley 1-8 3 Lunar Charlie N Medina 2-nk 1 Hugh Be Do Be uoo ban 3-1 12 7 Brian Todd Thomas 4- hd 5- 12 6- 1 2 Lyrics Choice Bielby '5 Cardinal's Brice Gale L IrnnClinnar niirhfim 7-2 4 Kentucky Sultan Norwood 8-1 12 8 Plum Light Retana 9- Time-22.3 46.41:13.2 9 Mr. Normon (Hundlev) 8.20 5.40 4.60 3 Lunar Charlie (N Medina) 5.40 3.80 1 Hugh Be Do Be Doo (Gall) 5.60 $2 00 Daily Double (6-9) paid $20.80 $2.00 Exacta (9-3) paid $78.80 THIRD RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($5,000) purse $3,200. Dacassian Compos 1-2 2.30 Lost To Inflation N Medina 2-12 6.80 Natchez Belle Kurek 3-134 4.40 Mama Fred Gall 4-112 4.30 Hvkatie Burns 5-hd 58.10 Zendin Ball 6-12 8.10 Madame Toronto Hundley 7-7 16.10 Solar Powered Au Bielby 8- 3.30 Time -23 47.1 1:14 7 Dacassian (Campos) 6.60 3.60 2.80 1 Lost To Inflation (N Medina) 8.60 4.80 6 Natchez Belle (Kurek) 3.80 $2.00 $2.00 txacta tr-ij paia wo.tu Trifecta (7-1-6) paid $263.40 FOURTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming purse $4,200. 2 Perfect Idol Burns 1-34 TODAY'S ENTRIES Fairmount Intertrack (Post Time, 1 p.m.) . FIRST RACE (71) claiming, purse $1 5,000: 1, Casadoon, Silva; 2, Tidal I JVave. Guidry; 3. T.P. Ace. Gryder; 4, . Square Of Lido, Ramos: 5, Preche- couer, Bourque: 6, Quality Runner. Sellers. SECOND RACE (1m) maiden claiming, purse $20,000: 1 , Liberty's Charge, 'Gavidia; 2, Killamar, Guidry; 3, Redmo, I Ivasquez; 4, Electra Tom, Fires; 5, Iron I (Street Sterling; 6. Casadday, Kelber; 7, I ML Oread. Lasala. I THIRD RACE (61) claiming, purse I !$1 0,700: 1, Mnemonic. Pettinger; 2, (Mounting Peace, Gryder; 3, Exclusive ?'' Tiara, Bourque; 4, Paradin' Dante, ,'. Sterling; 5, Little Grey Bucks, Weier; 6, I! ! " Go Nikki Go, Barton; 7, NauL Miner, ' Fires; 8, Stellarly, Brossard; 9, Krug, 48. Mike Spnnger 13 $152128 49. Steve Pate 14 $145,329 50. Jim Gallagher, Jr. . 13 $143,957 77. Trevor Dodds 12 $93 502 100. Hale Irwin 10 $68,016 PGA TOP THREE FINISHES Player 1 2 3 Total Payne Stewart ... 0 2 2 4 PaulAzinger 0 1 3 4 Tom Kite 2 1 0 3 Fred Couples 1 1 0 2 Bernhard Langer .1 1 0 2 Rocco Mediate ... 1 1 0 2 Nick Price 1 1 0 2 Larry Mize 1 0 1 2 Greg Norman 1 0 1 2 Steve Elkington ..0 1 1 2 Donnie Hammond 0 112 Mark McCumber .01 12 Joey Sindelar 0 1 1 2 Michael Allen .... 0 0 2 2 Dudley Hart 0 0 2 2 Gil Morgan 0 0 2 2 Mark OMeara ... 0 0 2 2 Ben Crenshaw ... 1 0 0 1 David Edwards ... 1 0 0 1 Nolan Henke 1 0 0 1 Lee Janzen 1 0 0 1 Greg Kraft 1 0 0 1 Davis Love III 1 0 0 1 Jim McGovern ... 1 0 0 1 Phil Mickelson ... 1 0 0 1 Brett Ogle 1 0 0 1 Mike Standly 1 0 0 1 Howard Twitty ... 1 0 0 1 Dave Ban- 0 1 0 1 Chip Beck 0 1 0 1 Billy Ray Brown . . 0 1 0 1 Mark Calcavecchia 0 10 1 Russ Cochran ... 0 1 0 1 RickFehr 0 1 0 1 David Frost 0 1 0 1 Robert Gamez ... 0 1 0 1 Morris Hatalsky ..0 1 0 1 John Huston 0 1 0 1 Davis Love III 0 1 0 1 Andrew Magee ... 0 1 0 1 Jeff Maggert 0 '1 0 1 TadRhyan 0 1 0 1 Dave Rummells . . 0 1 0 1 TomSieckmann ..0 1 0 1 Vijay Singh 0 1 0 1 Ian Baker-Finch , . 0 0 1 1 John Daly 0 0 1 1 Trevor Dodds 0 0 1 1 Robin Freeman ... 0 0 1 1 Jim Gallagher, Jr. .001 1 Tom Lehman 0 0 1 1 Blaine McCallister 0 0 11 Don Pooley 0 0 1 1 Scott Simpson ... 0 0 1 1 Mike Springer 0 0 1 1 Kirk Triplett 0 0 1 1 Greg Twiggs 0 0 1 1 Lanny Wadkins ... 0 0 1 1 Robert Wrenn 0 0 1 1 Fuzzy Zoeller 0 0 1 1 1993 SENIOR PGA CHAMPIONS Tournament of Champions (Al Geiberqer) Senior Skins (Arnold Palmer) i Hoyai uariooean uiassic (Jim Colbert) i The Challenge (Mike Hill) i Suncoast Classic (Jim Albus) i Chrysler Cup (Tom Weiskopf - United States) i West Classic (Al Geiberger) i The Dominion (J.C. Snead) i Gulfstream Invitational (Ray Floyd) i Doug Sanders Classic (Bob Charles) i The Tradition (Tom Shaw PGA Seniors Championship (T om vvargo) Reunion Pro-Am (Dave Stockton) Las Vegas Classic (Gibby Gilbert) Legends of Golf (Harold Henning) Next Up: May 13-16 PaineWebber Invitational, TPC at Piper Glen, Charlotte. N.C. SENIOR MONEY LEADERS 1. Mike Hill $334,970 2. Bob Charles $299,150 3. Gibby Gilbert $287,179 4. Al Geiberger $274,380 5. Ray Floyd $267,700 6. Dave Stockton $247,445 7. George Archer $225,870 8. TomWargo $217,675 9. J.C. Snead $211,221 10. IsaoAoki $205,925 H.JimAlbus $187,188 12. Jim Colbert $180,245 13. Tom Shaw $170,273 14. Bruce Crampton $148,880 15. Chi Chi Rodriguez .... $135,699 16. Gary Player $134,138 17. Dale Douglass $131,502 Harold Hennina $129,808 19. Miller Barber $122 260 20. Don January $114,276 21 . Tom Weiskopf $110,730 22. Kermit Zarley $108,280 23. Simon Hobday $108,152 24. JimFerree $103,138 25. Jim Dent $102,400 26. Dewitt Weaver $99,292 27 . Rocky Thompson $98,368 28. Mike Joyce $91,611 29. Walter Zembriski $87,612 30. Bobby Nichols $87,548 31. Bob Murphy $83,633 32. Tommy Aaron $83,028 33. Charles Coody $82,418 34. Don Bies $80,403 35. Orville Moody $76,939 36. Larry Mowry $70,349 37. Terry Dill $68,657 38. Jimmy Powell $65,166 39. Dick Hendrickson $63,359 40. Larry Laoretti $60,200 41 . Lee Trevino $59,948 42. Jack Kiefer $58,398 43. Dave Hill $52,114 44. Don Massenqale $51,519 45. Rives McBee $51,175 46. DickLotz $50,835 47. Larry Zieqler $50,035 48 Lee Elder $48 462 49. Richard Rhyan $47,978 50. Larry Gilbert $46,315 58. Joe Jimenez $28 823 68. BobGoalby $18,118 FAIRMOUNT PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING 1 Al's Missed Gall 2-3 1.10 4 Jolly's Dancers Kurek 3-no 6.80 7 Blazen Wildfire Gale 4-12 8.20 8 The Russian Bear Hundley 5-34 7.90 3 Tricky Native N Medina 6-6 6.30 5 Lyricist Castanon 7-6 35.20 6 Lucky Bo Loom Gilbert 8- 62.20 Time -22.1 46 1:12.2 2 Perfect Idol (Burns) 8.60 3.20 2.40 1 Al's Missed (Gall) 2.60 2.40 4 Jolly's Dancers (Kurek) 2.80 $2.00 Exacta (2-1) paid $17.20 FIFTH RACE 6furlongs maiden claiming ($5,000) purse $3,200. $5,400. Oddstl 0.80 3.40 8.20 15.80 13.70 4.20 34.30 2.40 8 CallGino Gall 1-312 0.90 2 Tavlor The Tiger Ball 2-2 16.40 6 Exciter Turn Feliciano 3-1 12 7.60 10 Hagens Torch Durham 4-nk 87.30 3 Barnlovi Hundley 5-no 8.70 1 Money Gem Norwood 6-312 3.10 7 Mr Raleigh Retana 7-5 67.60 5 Slide On Tunnel Burns 8-nk 12.00 4 Lunar Mission Gilbert 9-24 82.60 9 Justokie Irving 10- 12.50 Time - 23.1 47.4 1:14.2 8 Call Gino (Gall) 3 80 2.80 2.60 2 Tavlor The Tiger (Ball) 7.60 5.40 6 Exciter Turn (Feliciano) 6.20 $2.00 Exacta (8-2) paid $56.00 $2.00 Trifecta (8-2-6) paid $220.00 ($4,000) 3.10 5.40 7.90 7.70 2.30 30.70 54.30 14.50 4.40 SIXTH RACE 6 furlongs allowance purse $6,000. 6 Caramella Thomas 1-hd 2.50 7 Erica Thor Burns 2-3 9.40 1 Morning Star Rd. Gall 3-134 1.00 3 Red Sandys Dancer Retana 4-1 12 21.10 4 Fit Dancer Feliciano 5-312 3.60 5 Gitmo N Medina 6-13 14.40 2 Exclusivly Dorothy Gale 7- 42.10 Time 22.3 46.1 1:12.1 6 Caramella (Thomas) 7.00 3.80 2.60 7 Erica Thor (Burns) 6.20 3.20 1 Morning Star Rd. (Gall) 2.40 $2.00 Exacta (6-7) paid $51.00 $2.00 Pick 3 (2-8-6) paid . $63.60 SEVENTH RACE 5 12 furlongs maidens purse $5,500. 6 Viva La Kibe Feliciano 1-2 10.70 9 Bucks Bandit Burns 2-hd 9.70 4 Holy Thursday Durham 3-2 1.40 2 Cody's Bo Bo N Medina 4-212 7.10 5 Another Write Off Thomas 5-2 9.90 8 Sultans Star Kurek 6-212 3.20 1 Covin's Hostage Gall 7-nk 12.50 10 Quacka Java Gale 6-12 14 90 3 Time Run Out Irving 9-3 107.10 ($6,250) 3.30 ARLINGTON PARK THOROUGHBRED RACING Zuniga. FOURTH RACE (61) claiming, purse $5,700: 1. Saybrook. Meier; 2, Royalty Welch, Zuniga: 3, Spontaneus Action, Razo; 4, Solar's Song, Laviolette; 5, Beau Larry, Hunter; 6, Oscar Zee, Ma-cias; 7, Zen Tan Tara. Rivera; 8. March Step. Fires. FIFTH RACE (6Q allowance, purse $19.000: 1 . Suzy s Super Pet, Bourque; 2, Night Mountian. Gomez; 3, Mystical Maid, Silva; 4, Cotton Jenni, Fires; 5, Boldanz, Sellers; 6, Lara Susan, Pettinger. SIXTH RACE (1m) maidens, purse $18,900: 1. Fierce Deal. Guidry: 2, Counselor's Row, Gryder: 3. Kerrklan, Fires; 4, Amazing Avie, Rivera; 5, Exclusive Celine, Becker; 6, Mysticalcorn-ritter, Lidberg; 7, Please Come Home, Gomez; 8. Re Inspired, Sellers; 9, Tiffany Turmoil, Zuniga; 10, Trickily, Silva; 1 1 , Love That Tracy, Sorrows; 12, Hello LPGA STATISTICAL LEADERS Birdies: 1. Brandie Burton, 108. 2. Dawn Coe-Jones. 105. 3. Lisa Walters. 102. 4. Michelle McGann. 100. 5. (tie) Helen Alfredsson and Elaine Crosby. 97. 7, Kris Tschetter. 96. 8. Dottie Mochrie. 95. 9. (tie) Pat Bradley, and Cindy Rarick, 91 . Eagles: 1 , (tie) Kristi Albers, Florence Descampe. Judy Dickinson. Missie McGeorge, Marianne Morns, and Lisa Walters. 3. Greens: 1 , Meg Mallon, .739. 2. Dot-tie Mochrie, .737. 3. Patti Rizzo. .730. 4, Tina Barrett, .713. 5. Nancy Scranton, .712. 6. Brandie Burton. .711. 7, Amy Alcott. .704. 8. Betsy King, .702. 9, (tie) Nancy L. Ramsbottom and Helen Alfredsson, .696. Sand Saves: 1, Juli Inkster. .654. 2. Jayne Thobois. .636. 3. Joan Pitcock, .615. 4, Kelly Robbins. .609. 5. Patty Sheehan, .606. 6. Dam Lofland-Dor-mann, .600. 7, Kris Monaghan, .591. 8. Evelyn Orley, .583. 9, Susie Redman. .581.10. Deb Richard, .567. Putting: 1 . Liselotte Neumann. 28 22. 2, Tina Tombs. 28 77. 3, Susie Berning, 28.78. 4, Jane Crafter, 28 88. 5. Kris Tschetter, 28.97. 6. Missie McGeorge, 29.20. 7, Carolyn Hill, 29.27. 8. Colleen Walker, 29.35. 9, Kim Bauer, 29.38. 10, Rosie Jones. 29.39. Driving Average: 1. Michelle McGann. 254.8. 2. Laura Davies. 250 9. 3, Nancy Lopez, 2504 4. Kelly Rob-bins, 249.7 5. Brandie Burton, 249 4. 6. Marianne Morris, 249.1. 7, Florence Descampe, 248.5. 8. Robin Hood, 247.3. 9. Chris Johnson, 245.5. 10, Helen Alfredsson, 245.4. 1993 LPGA CHAMPIONS Palm Beach Classic (Tammie Green) Hawaiian Ladies Open (Lisa Walters) Ping-Welch's Championship (Meg Mallon) Standard Register Ping (Patty Sheehan) Dinah Shore (Helen Alfredsson) LPGA at Canyon Gate (Irish Johnson) Atlanta Women's Championship (Jrish Johnson) Cental Classic (Kristi Albers) Sara Lee Classic (Meg Mallon) Next Up: May 13-16 McDonald s Championship, DuPont C.C., Wilmington, Del. LPGA MONEY LEADERS Tournaments Money 1. Kristi Albers 9 $203,007 2. Trish Johnson 6 $191,329 3. Patty Sheehan .... 8 $156,675 4. Helen Alfredsson .. 9 $154,684 5. Meg Mallon 7 $154,434 6. Betsy King 9 $144,471 7. Kris Tschetter 9 $141,200 8. Dawn Coe-Jones .. 9 $135,145 9. Rosie Jones 7 $134,585 10. Michelle McGann .. 9 $127,475 11. Brandie Burton 9 $125,179 12. Tammie Green 7 $115,287 13. Elaine Crosby 9 $108,544 14. Lisa Walters 9 $107,834 15. Deb Richard 9 $104,691 16. Nancy Lopez 6 $104,574 17. Tina Barrett 9 $95,376 18. Dottie Mochrie .... 9 $92,773 19. Jane Crafter 8 $87,165 20. Sherri Steinhauer .. 9 $82,207 21. JoAnne earner 8 $78,187 22. Hollis Stacy 8 $73,728 23. AmyBenz 8 $69,914 24. Missie McGeorge . . 8 $65,739 25. Hiromi Kobayashi . . 8 $61,073 26. Missie Berteotti ... 9 $58,949 27. Liselotte Neumann . 7 $56,623 28. Pat Bradley 9 $56,310 29. Jan Stephenson . . . 7 $56,257 30. Marta Figueras-Dotti 9 $54,533 31. TinaTombs 5 $49,718 32. D. Lofland-Dormann 9 $49,335 33. Cindy Rarick 9 $48,956 34. Judy Dickinson 7 $47,884 35. Kelly Robbins 8 $46,994 36. Sherri Turner 8 $45,589 37. Tracy Kerdyk 8 $44,646 38 N. L. Ramsbottom . 8 $44,265 39. Robin Walton 8 $42,930 40. Da. Ammaccapane . 9 $39,097 41. Donna Andrews ... 7 $36,017 42. Juli Inkster 9 $35,029 43. Patti Rizzo 7 $33,384 44. Laura Davies 7 $32,552 45. Lori Garbacz 8 $32,314 46. Susie Redman 8 $30,634 47. Ayako Okamoto ... 7 $30,279 48. Jane Geddes 9 $29,128 49. Florence Descampe 8 $27,509 50. Chris Johnson 9 $26,671 51 . Nancy Scranton ... 9 $26,129 By Michael "Roxy" Roxborough AMERICAN LEAGUE Favorite Odds Underdog White Sox 5VS-6V4 MARINERS ANGELS even-6 Twins INDIANS 5'2-6'2 Royals YANKEES 8-9 Brewers ORIOLES even-6 Red Sox BLUE JAYS 6-7 Tigers Rangers even-6 AS NATIONAL LEAGUE Favorite Odds Underdog CUBS 6V4-7V4 Dodgers REDS 5'!-6'2 Padres PHILLIES 7V4-8V4 Pirates EXPOS 8-9 Marlins ASTROS even-6 Braves CARDS even-6 Mets Giants 7-8 ROCKIES NBA Favorite Points Underdog KNICKS 9 Hornets SONICS 4Vj Rockets HOCKEY Favorite Odds Underdog Penguins 9-1 1 ISLANDERS Home teams in CAPS 1993 Universal Press Syndicate 1 KimAly 10 Arkansas 8 Arovo Wolf Ticket Ruler Said Yes Le Candvman Tall Commander States Evidence N.C.'s Dream Boots And Time - Granny. Focareto ' SEVENTH RACE (7t) claiming, purse $12,000: 1, Mutah, Pettinger; 2, Out Of The Norm, Ramos; 3, Tibfow Crossing, Gomez; 4, Give Me The Green, Guidry; 5, I'm No Square, Sellers; 6, Just Like That, Becker; 7. Saucy Latin, Sellers; 8, Mountain Shine. Zuniga: 9. Golden Reaction, Bourque; 10, Winged Curses, Fires; 1 1 , Splurger, Sterling. EIGHTH RACE (1m) allowance, purse $21,000: 2, Morambo, Sellers; 3, Mr. Springfield, Bourque; 1, Paris Doctor, Ramos; 4, Diamond Collector, Sterling; 5, Ten Taylor Road, Baird; 1A, Captain Butler, Guidry; 6, Raid The Mint, Valenzuela; 7, Up Millcreek, Gryder. NINTH RACE (1Vsm) allowance, purse $19,950: 1, Salty's Magic, Sor-row'. 2, Boss es Deal, Meier: 3, Elegantly, Gondron; 4, Run Em Over, Selleis; 5, Super Strate, Guidry; 6, NFL PRESEASON FRIDAY, JULY 30 Buffalo at Detroit. 6:30 p.m. SATURDAY, JULY 31 LA Raiders vs. Green Bay in Canton Ohio. 3 p m. New Orleans vs. Philadelphia in Tokyo, 9 p.m. SUNDAY, AUG. 1 Pittsburgh vs. San Francisco in Barcelona, Spain, noon Minnesota at Dallas. 7 p.m. FRIDAY, AUG. 6 Miami at Atlanta. 6 30 D m. MONDAY' SONICS 99, ROCKETS 90 HOUSTON Horry 3-8 5-6 11, Thorpe 5-8 1-1 11, Olajuwon 8-22 10-11 26, Maxwell 6-17 5-5 18, Smith 5-10 0-0 12, Bullard 0-1 2-2 2. Garland 1-5 2-2 4. Brooks 1-3 0-0 2. Herrera 2-5 0-0 4. Totals 31-79 25-27 90. SEATTLE Kemp 6-13 2-2 14, McKey 4-6 2-4 10. Perkins 5-12 0-011, Payton 5-12 2-2 12, Pierce 11-19 1-2 23, Cage 2-6 1-2 5, Johnson 9-16 1-2 20, McMillan 0-0 2-2 2, Barros 1-1 0-0 2. Aksew 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 43-85 11-16 99. Houston 22 25 23 2090 Seattle 19 30 27 2399 3-Point goals Houston 3-13 (Smith 2-4, Maxwell 1-7, Horry 0-2), Seattle 2-10 Johnson 1-3, Perkins 1-4, Payton 0-1 , Pierce 0-2). Fouled out Cage. ReboundsHouston 48 (Olajuwon 16), Seattle 49 (Kemp 11). Assists Houston 16 (Smith, Horry 5). Seattle 29 (McMillan 10, Total fouls Houston 19. Seattle 22. Technicals Houston coach Tomjanovich, Smith, Seattle ille gal oetenses 2. a 14,02. NBA ALL-DEFENSIVE TEAM NEW YORK (AP) The 1992-93 NBA All-Defensive team as voted by the NBA head coaches with first-team votes in parentheses and total points: FIRST TEAM Forwards Dennis Rodman, Detroit (14) 34; Scottie Pippen, Chicaqo (12)32. Center Hakeem Olajuwon, Houston (16) 37. Guards Michael Jordan, Chicago (25) 51; Joe Dumars, Detroit (10) 33. SECOND TEAM Forwards Larry Nance, Cleveland (9) 26; Horace Grant, Chicago (6) 13. Center David Robinson, San Antonio (7) 29. Guards Dan Majerle, Phoenix (4) 19: John Starks. New York (4) 14. OTHERS RECEIVING VOTES Karl Malone. Utah (5) 10; John Stockton, Utah (3) 10; Mookie Blaylock, Atlanta (4) 9; Buck Williams, Portland (2) 8; Nate McMillan, Seattle (1) 8; Charles Oakley, New York (1) 7; Anthony Mason. New York (1) 7; Patrick Ewing (1) 6: A.C. Green, LA Lakers 5: Derrick McKey. Seattle (2) 4; Dikembe Mutombo, Denver (2) 4; Gary Payton, Seattle (1) 4; Alonzo Mourning, Charlotte (1) 4; Shawn Kemp, Seattle 4; Derek Harper, Dallas (1) 3; Sean Elliott, San Antonio (1) 3; Micheal Williams, Minnesota (1) 2; Charles Barkley, Phoenix (1) 2; Sam Perkins, Seattle (1) 2; Doc Rivers. New York 2; Stacey Aug-mon, Atlanta 2; Alvin Robertson, Detroit 1; Latrell Sprewell, Golden State 1 ; Isiah Thomas, Detroit 1 ; Clyde Drexler, Portland 1; Muggsy Bogues, Charlotte 1 ; Derrick Coleman, New Jersey 1; Otis Thorpe, Houston 1; Cliff Robinson, Portland 1 ; Detlef Schrempf, Indiana 1 ; Dale Davis, Indiana 1; Shaquille O'Neal, Orlando 1 . NBA PLAYOFF LEADERS (Through Monday) Scoring G FG FT Pts.Avg. Jordan, Chi. ... 3 41 15 103 34 3 Miller, Ind 4 40 36 126 31.5 Wilkins.Atl 3 32 23 90 30.0 Olajuwon, Hou. . 6 64 44 17228.7 Barkley, Phoe. . 5 51 34 138 27.6 Coleman, N.J. .. 5 50 29 134 26.8 Ewing. N.Y 5 58 14 13026.0 Mourning, Char. 5 39 44 122 24.4 K. Malone, Utah 5 44 31 12024 0 Smits, Ind 4 37 16 9022.5 Daugherty, Clev. 5 41 22 104 20.8 Schrempf, Ind. . 4 25 28 78 19.5 Johnson, Char. . 5 38 21 9719.4 Robinson. S A. .4 26 25 7719 3 McHale, Bos. ..4 32 12 7619.0 Manning, LAC .'5 35 21 91 18.2 Divac.LAL .... 5 37 12 9018.0 Harper, LAC ... 5 37 11 9018.0 Threatt, LAL ... 5 39 9 9018.0 Gill, Char 5 38 12 8817.6 Morris, N.J 5 34 11 8517.0 Parish. Bos. ... 4 31 6 6817 0 Starks, N.Y. ... 5 30 14 8517.0 Willis, Atl 3 21 8 5016.7 Elliott, S A 4 25 14 6616.5 Porter, Port. ... 4 27 9 66 16.5 Petrovic, N.J. ..5 30 16 7815.6 Johnson, Sea. . 6 41 5 9315.5 Pierce. Sea. ... 6 35 19 9215.3 Pippen, Chi. ... 3 19 8 4615.3 M. Jackson, LAC 5 28 19 7615.2 Nance. Clev. ... 5 31 14 7615.2 Kemp, Sea 6 33 22 8814.7 Kersey, Port. ..4 22 12 5714.3 Campbell, LAL . 5 29 12 7014.0 Smith. Hou 6 34 6 8414.0 Perkins, Sea. ..6 33 10 8313 8 Worthy. LAL ... 5 32 3 6913.8 Gamble. Bos. .. 4 23 4 5513.8 Thorpe. Hou. ..6 34 14 8213.7 Mason, N.Y. ... 5 25 18 6813.6 Scott, LAL 5 21 18 6813.6 Strickland. Port. 4 22 10 5413.5 J. Malone, Utah 5 29 9 6713.4 Stockton. Utah .5 23 15 6613.2 Anderson. S A. . 4 21 8 52 13 0 Norman, LAC ..5 25 11 64 12.8 Rivers, N.Y. ... 5 22 15 6412.8 Price. Clev 5 23 15 63 12.6 7 Thatsadirtygerdy Wells 10- 28.00 Time - 22.3 47.1 1:07.3 6 Viva La Kibe (Feliciano) 23.40 15.20 7.80 9 Bucks Bandit (Burns) 9.60 5.80 4 Holy Thursday (Durham) 3.00 $2.00 Exacta (6-9) paid $543.20 $2.00 Trifecta (6-9-4) paid $1,684.40 EIGHTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($14,500) purse $7,000. 7 Trap The Devil Hundley 1-212 2 Mere Aggression Burns 2-12 1 Sezalot Castanon 3-hd 3 Danceforthechips Gall 4-nk 6 Surprise Jet Bielby 5-2 5 KameDeKor Gale 6-4 4 Envoy N.J. Thomas 7-2 12 8 Miss B M W. Irving 8-Time - 23.1 46.4 1:12.2 7 Trap The Devil (Hundley) 28.00 11.60 2 Mere Aggression (Burns) 7.60 5.20 1 Sezalot (Castanon) 3.60 $2.00 Exacta (7-2) paid $218.60 13.00 8.10 350 2.50 7.60 2.60 8.30 25.40 7.60 NINTH RACE 6 furlongs Handicap purse $10,000. 5 Lady Shakesoear Castanon 1-2 3.40 1 Joannie Banonnie Gall 2-4 0.70 4 Nasty Temptation Bielby 3-2 4.70 3 Miss Cinnamon Gilbert 4-3 12.40 7 Chapel's Sister N Medina 5-nk 13.10 6 Yukon Elle Gale 6-234 9.90 2 WonForJum Retana 7- 41.80 Time - 22 45.2 1:11.4 5 Lady Shakespear (Castanon) 8.80 3.00 2.60 1 Joannie Banannie (Gall) 2.60 2.20 4 Nasty Temptation (Bielby) 2.40 $2.00 Exacta (5-1) paid $28.60 TENTH RACE 6 furlongs claiming ($3,000) purse $2,800. Rebel Castanon Gall Irving Feliciano Ball Durham Kurek Hundlev Retana 1- 2 2- hd 3- no 4- 2 12 5- 2 6- 12 7- 1 34 8- 3 12 9- 1.60 5.40 6.20 2.50 11.80 12.30 12.30 53.60 40.10 Shoes Militello SCR- 0.00 23 46.4 1:12.2. Scratch - (4) Boots And Shoes. 1 Kim Aly (Castanon) 5.20 3.60 2 60 10 Arkansas Rebel (Gall) 4.80 3.20 8 Arovo (Irving) 2.80 $2.00 Exacta (1-10) paid $32.00 $2.00 Trifecta (1-10-8) paid $121.00 Bob's Stand, Hunter: 7, Diggers CucR, Sorrows: 8. Nine Or Ten. Bourque; 9. Hugo Quake. Di; 10, Pop My r, Zun. SELECTIONS 1 . T.P. Ace. Tidal Wave, Cash Doon. 2. Killamar. Iron Street. Casadaddy. 3. Go Nikki Go. Exclusive Tiara, Atellarly. 4. Spontaneous Action, Zen Tan Tara, Royalty Welch. 5. Cotton Jenni, Mystical Maid, Suzy's Super Pet. 6. Please Come Home, Love That Tracy, Fierce Deal. 7. Give Me The Green, Golden Reaction. Splurger. 8. Captain Butler, Paris Doctor, Up Millcreek. 9. Super Strate. Bob's Stand, Hugo Quak. Best Bet Cotton Jenni GIRLS SWIMMING Parkway North 116. University City 69 (Emily Adams. UC, 200 and 500 freestyle; Catherine Kane. PN, 50 and 100 freestyle) GOLF St. Louis U. High 229. Whitfield 299 (Tim Powers. SLUH. 35) Kennedy 268. University City 320 (Josh Hellman. K, 42) DeSmet 237. Chaminade 239 (Barry Sterner, D, 35) Clayton 271, Principia 289 (Peter Mar- barger, C, 42) BOYS VOLLEYBALL DuBourgdef. Fox 15-5. 15-5 Parkway North def. Hazelwood West 15-1, 15-11 DeSmet def. Parkway Central 16-14, 15-2 Mehlville def. Parkway South 15-9, 15-13 BASEBALL Sandoval 000 000 0-0 0 0 BreeseC. 000 232 x-7 11 0 Breese Central-Book 3-3 RBI, Beck-mann 2-3, Tebbe 2-4 RBI-2. Chawgo 1-1 . Haake 1-2. Rakers 1-2 RBI-2. Fulker-son 1-3. WP Davenport IP-7.0 R-0 ER-0 H-2 SO-6 BB-6. Wood River 100 303 2-9 10 0 Carrollton 200 000 0-2 1 0 Wood River-Plank 3-4 2B. Gerber 1-4, Buttry 1-3 HR RBI-2. Burris 1-3. Zan-gori 1-4 HR RBI. Conrad 1-3, Mellor 1-4 HR RBI,Ufert1-32B. WP Knight IP-7.0 R-2ER-2H-1 SO-10BB-6. Carrollton-Howard 1-3 RBI-2. LP Dris-kill IP-6 3 R-9 ER-8 H-10 SO-0 BB-4. Centralia 000 440 00-8 9 1 Okawville 000 010 0x-1 8 0 Centralia-Brink 2-4. Dunbarr 2-4 2B INDY 500 TOP SPEEDS INDIANAPOLIS IAP) Top speeds in practice for the May 30 Indianapolis 500. listing the car number, chassis-engine, and best speed in mph (r-rookie): 1 . Arie Luyendyk. Netherlands, No. 10, 1 993 Lola-Ford Cosworth. 225.898. 2. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capis-trano, Calif., No. 60. 1993 Lola-Chevy C, 224.467. 3. Paul Tracy, Canada, No. 12T, 1993 Penske-Chevy C, 223.931 . 4. Mario Andretti. Nazareth, Pa No. 6, 1993 Lola-Ford Cosworth, 223.514. 5. Emerson Fittipaldi, Brazil, No. 4, 1993 Penske-Chevy C, 223.275. 6. Raul Boesel, Brazil, No. 9, 1993 Lola-Ford Cosworth, 222.519. 7. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 2, 1993 Lola-Ford Cosworth, 222.239. 8. Gary Bettenhausen. Monrovia. Ind., No. 51. 1993 Lola-Menard. 221 844. 9. Jeff Andretti, Nazareth, Pa No. 21, 1992Lola-Buick,221.212. 10. Scott Brayton, Coldwater, Mich., No. 22, 1993 Lola-Ford Cosworth, 220.751. 1 1 . Danny Sullivan, Aspen, Colo., No. 7, 1993 Lola-Chevy C, 220.561. 12. Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., No. 3, 1 993 Lola-Chevy C, 220. 1 03. 13. Jim Crawford, Scotland, No. 60, 1993 Lola-Chevy C. 219.668. 14. r-Stephan Gregoire, France, No. 36, 1992 Lola-Buick. 219.635. 1 5. r-Stefan Johansson, Sweden, No. 16, 1993 Penske-Chevy C, 219.630. 16. Davy Jones. Lake Tanoe. Nev., No. 50. 1 992 Lola-Chevy A, 219.416. 17. Kevin Cogan, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., No. 1 1 , 1 993 Lola-Chevy C, 218.717. 18. Bobby Rahal. Hilliard, Ohio, No. 1, 1992 Rahal-Hogan-Chevy C, 217 765. 19. r-Nelson Piquet, Brazil, No. 77, 1993 Lola-Menard. 217.213. 20. Eddie Cheever. Aspen, Colo., No. 99. 1992 Penske-Chevy B. 216.763 21. Al Unser Sr., Albuquerque. N.M., No. 80, 1993 Lola-Chevy C, 216.716. 22. Teo Fabi, Italy. No. 8, 1993 Lola- unevyi;, 216.325. 23. Scott Pruett, Crystal Bay, Nev., No. 45. 1991 Lola-Chevy A, 216.164. 24. r-Mark Smith, McMinnville, Ore., No. 25. 1992 Penske-Chevy B, 216.061. 25. Stan Fox, Janesville, Wis., No. 91, 1992 Lola-Buick, 215.244. 26. r-Olivier Grouillard, France, No. 29, 1992 Lola-Chew A. 214.884. 27. Geoff Brabham, Australia, No. 27, 1990 Lola-Menard. 214.715. 28. Jimmy Vasser. Discovery Bay, iam., no. ioi, 1332 Loia-inevy A, 214332. 29. Didier Theys, Belgium, No. 92, 1 991 Lola-Buick, 213.640. 30. Hiro Matsushita, Japan, No. 15, 1S33 LOia-r-ora cosworth, 212.741. 31. r-Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., no. i, 1330 LOia-i-ora cosworth, 212681. 32. Mike Groff, Los Angeles. No. 1, 133 nanai-nogan-onevy u, 212.490. 33. Lyn St. James, Daytona Beach, i-ia.. no. 3u, 1393 Loia-r-ord Cos-worth, 212.389. 34. John Paul Jr., Lantana. Fla.. No. 93, 1991 LOIa-BulCk. 212.209. 35. A.J.Foyt, Houston, No. 14, 1993 Loia-i-ora cosworth. 212.164. 36. r-Robbie Buhl, Grosse Pointe i-arms, Mich., No. 19T, 1992 Lola-ChevvA.210.931. 37. Rocky Moran, Coto de Caza. Calif., No. 43, 1991 Lola-Buick, 207,939. 38. Tony Bettenhausen, Speedway, ina, no. io, 1333 renske-unevy c, 207.804. 39. r-Marco Greco. Brazil, No. 30, 1992 Lola-Chevy A. 207.708. 40. r-Ross Bentley, Canada, No. 39, 1332 Loia-duick, 2U.6U8. 41 . Willy T. Ribbs, San Jose, Calif.. No. is, 1M92 Lola-Ford Cosworth, 204.133. 1974 The Boston Celtics beat the Milwaukee Bucks 102-87 in Game 7 to win the NBA championship. 1982 The United States Football League, the springtime football league, is founded. To update Honor Roll Call Sports Stats, GIRLS 100-Meter Dash 12.0: Nika Smith, Wentzville: Joy Walker, McCluer. 12.2: Erin Narzinski, Oakville. 200 24 9: Joy Walker, McCluer. 25.2: Nika Smith, Wentzville. 25.3: Tianna Swinney, Sumner. 400 :57.5: Hilary Brueninq, Management Center. :58.4: Olson, Parkway North. :59.1: Rebecca Davis, Parkway West; Cicely Scott, Lincoln-East St. Louis. 800 2:15.0: Rebecca Davis, Parkway West, 2:16.8: Kim Gardner, Webster Groves. 2:18.0: Hilary Bruening, Management Center. 1600 4:58.2: Kim Gardner, Webster Groves. 5:17.0: Keisha Grace, Parkway West. 5:22.0: Hilary Bruening, Management Center. 3200 11:08.0: Rebecca Davis, Parkway West. 11:12.3: Heather Wor-ley, Principia. 11:27.9: Kim Gardner, Webster Groves. 100 High Hurdles 14 7: Jan Lous-saert. Lafayette. 14.9: Erin Narzinski, Oakville. 15.0: Gayle Bedarf. Eureka. 300 Int. Hurdles 47.0: Jamie Par-rish, Jerseyville. 47.9: Megan Mosher, Howell North. 48.3: Jan Loussaert, Lafayette: Angie Osmun. Lafayette. 4x100 48 9: Lincoln-East St. Louis. 50.3: McCluer. 51.0: Lafayette. 4x200 1:46.2: Lincoln-East St. Louis. 1:46.4: Parkway South. 1:46.5: Berkeley. 4x400 3:50.1: Wentzville. 4:10.6: Parkway South. 4:15.5: Sumner. 4x800 9:52.0: Lincoln-East St. Louis. 1:01.3: Principia. 1:02.0: Webster Groves. Long Jump 18-6: Erin Narzinski, Oakville. 17-6V2: Tamika Roddy, Lincoln-East St. Louis. 17-4V4: Tiffani Spragqins, Lincoln-East St. Louis. Triple Jump 35-1 1: Lori Tungate, Howell. 34-9V2: Nashela Holman, Eureka. 34-7V2: Christy Horn. Howell. High Jump 5-5: Beth Voellinger, Althofl. 5-3: Erin Narzinski, Oakville; Lori Easley, Jerseyville. Discus 120-9V2: Jennifer Tuck, Orchard Farm. 118-11: Tawana Reeves, Webster Groves. 118-6: Sha neco Fennoy, Lincoln-East St. Louis. Shot Put 38-6: Dawn Frey. Highland. 37-414: Susan Brown, Nermx Hall. 37-3V2: Adrienne Davis, East St. Louis. BOYS 100-Meter Dash 10 6: Mike Barron, Windsor. 10.6: Carl Wilson, East. St. Louis. 10.7: Dajuan Lamb. Oakville. 200 21 .7: Camara Tucker, East St. Louis; Carl Wilson, East St. Louis. 21 .9: Mike Barron, Windsor. 400 :48.8: Camara Tucker, East St. Louis. :49.3: Calvin Dunlap, McCluer North. :49.7: Kelvin Baker, Eureka. 800 1:56 7: Geremy Strutpmann, St. Pius. 1:57.1: Kenyon Brown, Parkway South; Demarcus Smith, East St. Louis. 1600 4:23.7: Geremy Strutpmann St. Pius. 4:24.3: Joe Hofeditz, Ed- RBI-2, Schulte 1-4 2B. Barrow 1-4. Jackson 1-3, Alton 1-2 RBI-2. Humphrey 1-2 2B RBI-2 WP Brink IP-7.0 R-1 ER-0H-8SO-6 BB-2. Okawville-Weber 2-3 2B. Mellein 2-4 2B-2, Aholt 2-3. Bollmeier 2-3 LP Aholt IP-4.0 R-8 ER-8 H-8 SO-2 BB-2 OLYMPIC BONUSES The payouts by the United States Olympic Committee for Operation Gold which is a four-year. $7 6 million program to help athletes pay their bills. Payments range for first-to-eighth finishes and a significant performance improvement in Olympic and world championship competitions. Note: (PIA) performance improvement. 1993 SUMMER-WINTER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Gold .. Silver . Bronze Fourth . Fifth .. Sixth . . Seventh Eighth . PIA ... Award $5,000 $4,000 $3,500 $3,000 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $2,500 $1,000 No. 65 45 55 70 50 45 15 15 50 Award $325,000 $180,000 $192,500 $210,000 $125,000 $112,500 $37,500 $37,500 $50,000 $1,270,000 PAN AMERICAN ONLY NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $2,500 12 $30,000 Silver ... $2,250 10 $22,500 Bronze .. $2,000 8 $16,000 Fourth ... $1,500 4 $6,000 $74,500 1994 WINTER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold ... $15,000 6 $90,000 Silver .. $10,000 6 $60,000 Bronze .. $7,500 7 $52,500 Fourth ... $5,000 18 $90,000 PIA $1,000 15 $10,000 $307,500 SUMMER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $5,000 62 $310,000 Silver ... $4,000 41 $164,000 Bronze .. $3,500 53 $185,500 Fourth... $3,000 61 $183,000 Fifth .... $2,500 43 $107,500 Sixth .... $2,500 39 $97,500 Seventh . $2,500 16 $40,000 Eighth ... $2,500 18 $45,000 PIA $1,000 50 $50,000 $1,182,500 PAN AMERICAN ONLY NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $2,500 12 $30,000 Silver . . . $2,250 10 $22,500 Bronze . . $2,000 8 $16,000 Fourth ... $1 ,500 4 $6,000 $74,500 1995 SUMMER-WINTER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $5,000 65 $325,000 Silver ... $4,000 45 $180,000 Bronze .. $3,500 55 $192,500 Fourth... $3,000 70 $210,000 Fifth .... $2,500 50 $125,000 Sixth .... $2,500 45 $112,500 Seventh . $2,500 15 $37,500 Eighth ... $2,500 15 $37,500 PIA $1,000 75 $75,000 $1,295,000 PAN AMERICAN ONLY NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $2,500 12 $30,000 Silver ... $2,250 10 $22,500 Bronze . . $2,000 8 $16,000 Fourth ... $1,500 4 $6,000 $74,500 1996 SUMMER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total No. Award 90 $1,350,000 Finish Gold . Silver Bronze Fourth PIA .. Award $15,000 $10,000 . $7,500 . $5,000 . $1,000 41 $410,000 53 $397,000 61 $305,000 25 $25,000 $2,487,500 WINTER NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $5,000 6 $30,000 Silver ... $4,000 6 $24,000 Bronze . . $3,500 7 $24,500 Fourth ... $3,000 18 $54,000 Fifth .... $2,500 11 $27,500 Sixth .... $2,500 12 $30,000 Seventh . $2,500 6 $15,000 Eighth ... $2,500 5 $12,500 PIA $1,000 20 $20,000 $237,500 PAN AMERICAN ONLY NATIONAL GOVERNING BODIES Total Finish Award No. Award Gold .... $2,500 12 $30,000 Silver ... $2,250 10 $22,500 Bronze . . $2,000 8 $16,000 Fourth ... $1,500 4 $6,000 $74,500 WORLD CUP QUALIFYING ASIA (First Round) Group D Tuesday's Results Hong Kong 2, India 1 South Korea 1 , Lebanon 0 Thursday's Game9 Bahrain at Lebanon India vs. South Korea EUROPE Group Six Today's Game Israel at Bulgaria Thursday's Game Austria at Finland Inc. 314-731-8010 or 1-800-22STATS. wardsville. 4:26.5: Ryan Unteriner, Parkway North. 3200 9:36.3: Steve Johnson, Webster Groves. 9:43.5: Geremy Strutp-mann, St. Pius. 9:53.7: Sam Abbas, Hazelwood Central. 110 High Hurdles 14.2: Kenneth Moore. East St. Louis; Mark Miley, Alton. 14.5: Dana Dixon, East St. Louis. 300 Int. Hurdles 38.6: Mark Miley, Alton. 38.9: Torrence Harris, McCluer. 39.1: David Searcy. East St. Louis. 4x100 42.9: East St. Louis. 43 0: McCluer. 43.2: Alton; Parkway North. 4x200 1:28.7: East St. Louis. 1:29.7: McCluer. 1:29.9: Eureka. 4x400 3:20.0: East St. Louis. 3:22.0: Hazelwood East. 3:22.7: McCluer. 4x800 8:03.9: East St. Louis. 8:05.2: Hazelwood East. 8:11.5: Berkeley. Long Jump 22-5Vi: Reece, Berkeley. 22-1'A: Mark Miley, Alton. 21-10: Angelo Baldwin, McCluer. Triple Jump 46-5Vj: Louis Harden, Belleville East. 45-534: Shawn Weber, Washington. 45-1 1 Vz. Julian Smith, Hazelwood Central. High Jump 6-10: Justin Range, Edwardsville. 6-6: Nate Goellner, Duchesne. 6-4: Torrence Harris, McCluer; Anthony. Lincoln-East St. Louis; Clay Person. Principia. Discus 164-9: Jason Huber, Mas-coutah. 162-0: Dominick Beard, Oak-ville. 157-6: Hutson, Lafayette. Shot Put 54-0: Wayne Stewart, East St. Louis. 53-11: David James, East St. Louis. 53-5: Scott Pierce, Parkway South. Pole Vault 14-0: Joe Johnson, Hazelwood Central. 13-6: Greg Lippert, Belleville East. 13-1: Jason Smith. Fox. ITALIAN OPEN ROME (AP) Results Tuesday of the Italian Open men's tennis tournament: First-Round Singlet Marcelo Filippini def. Ivan Lendl (5) 6-2. 6-1; Michael Chang (6) del. Jordi Arrese 6-2. 6-3; Carl-Uwe Steeb def. Wayne Ferreira (11)6-3, 6-2: Guillaume Raoux def. Gianluca Pozzi 6-3, 3-6. 6-3; Guillermo Perez-Roldan def. Richard Kraiicek (9) 7-6 (7-5) 4-6. 6-3; Nicklas Kulti def. Guillaume Marx 6-4. 3-6. 7-5: Claudio Pistolesi def. Jacco Eltingh 6-3 6-3; Boris Becker (3) def. Andrft Cher-kasov 6-4. 6-3; Andrea Gaudenzi def. Francisco Roig 5-7, 6-2, 6-1 ; Marc Ros-set def. Emilio Sanchez 6-1, 6-2; Paul Haarhuis del. Marcos Ondruska 7-6 (9-7). 6-2; Magnus Gustafsson def. Fre-dnc Fontang 6-2. 6-1 ; Jim Courier (2) def. Horacio de la Pena 6-2. 6-1 : Bernd Karbacher d3f. Alberto Mancini 6-4, 6-1; Andrei Medvedev (8) def. Jonas Svensson 0-6, 6-4, 6-3; Sandor Nosza-ly def. Cristiano Caratti 7-6 (7-2), 7-5: Karel Novacek (10) def. Jaime Yzaga 7- GERMAN OPEN BERLIN (AP) Results Tuesday in the $750,000 German Open tennis tournament (seedings in parentheses): First-Round Singles Wiltrud Probst def. Karin Schwendt 6- 2. 6-1; Sandra Cecchini (16) def. Pe-tra Begerow 6-3. 6-2; Radka Zruba-kova def. Andrea Temesvari 6-0, 7-6 (7-5); Maria Jose Gaidano def. Rene Simpson-Alter 6-2. 6-2; Brenda Schultz def. Kimiko Date (9) 6-4, 6-2; Petra Rit-ter def. Rachel McQuillan 6-2. 4-6. 6-2. Second-Round Singles Ann Grossman def. Natalia Zvereva 7- 5. 6-0; Steffi Graf (1) def. Florencia Labat 6-0. 6-2: AMERICAN RED CLAY CHAMPIONSHIPS CORAL SPRINGS. Fla. (AP) Results Tuesday in the $225,000 ATP America Red Clay Tennis Championships at the Tennis Center of Coral Springs (seedings in parentheses): Second-Round Singles Jeff Tarango (8) def. Chris Garner 6-4. 6-0; Bryan Shelton def. Roberto Azar 7-6 (7-5). 6-4; Tomas Carbonell def. Todd Witsken 2-6. 6-3. 6-0; Luis Herrera (61 def. Thierry Champion 6-3, 6-4; Todd Martin (3) def. Alejo Mancisidor 6-3. 6-4: Alex O'Brien def. Derrick Ros-tagno (7) 7-6 (7-5), 6-1 ; Jonathan Stark 15) def. Richard Fromberg, Australia. 6-0, 6-4. BASEBALL CLEVELAND INDIANS Placed Ted Power, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Jerry DiPoto. pitcher, from Charlotte of the International League. COLORADO ROCKIES Named Rick Mathews bullpen coach. SAN DIEGO PADRES Activated Wally Whitehurst, pitcher, and Phil Plantier, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned Frank Seminara, pitcher, to Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. Placed Craig Shipley, shortstop, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to May 6. SEATTLE MARINERS Optioned Mike Hampton, pitcher, to Jacksonville of the Southern League. Recalled Zak Shinall, pitcher, from Calgary of the Pacific Coast League. TEXAS RANGERS Signed Jim Acker, pitcher, to a contract with Oklahoma City of the American Association. BASKETBALL INDIANA PACERS Signed Rik Smits. center, to a multiyear contract. SACRAMENTO KINGS Agreed to terms with Jerry Reynolds, general manager, on a multiyear contract. FOOTBALL DALLAS COWBOYS Named Bobby Marks scout. HOUSTON OILERS Signed Alonzo Pierce, tight end. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Resigned David Howard, linebacker. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Released Chris Samuels, running back; Dan Hoke, defensive end. and Randall Felton. Jim Guarantano and Otis Sterling, wide receivers. HOCKEY PITTSBURGH PENGUINS Signed Mike Ramsey, defenseman. COLLEGE NCAA Announced the resignation of Dick Schultz. executive director. FLORIDA STATE Named Kim Mc-Kenzie assistant track coach. FORT HAYS STATE Named Denny Downing men's assistant basketball coach. GENEVA Announced the addition of women's lacrosse as a varsity sport. IONA Announced the resignation of Fran Clemente, women s basketball C03Ch KANSAS STATE Signed Bill Snyder, football coach, to a 10-year contract. NORTH CAROLINA CENTRAL Named Larry Little football coach. NOTRE DAME Announced Malik Russell, forward, is transferring to South Carolina. TEXAS-ARLINGTON Announced the resignation of Donald Deere, golf coach. NHL AWARD FINALISTS TORONTO (AP) Finalists for 1 992-93 NHL individual awards. Winners to be announced June 17: Hart Trophy (Most Valuable Player) Doug Gilmour, Toronto Maple Leafs; Pat LaFontaine, Buffalo Sabres; Mario Lemieux, Pittsburgh Penguins Norris Trophy (Best Defenseman) Ray Bourque. Boston Bruins; Chris Chelios, Chicago Blackhawks; Larry Murphy. Pittsburth Penguins Calder Trophy (Rookie of the Year) Joe Juneau, Boston Bruins; Felix Potvin, Toronto Maple Leafs; Teemu Selanne, Winnipeg Jets Selke Trophy (Best Defensive Forward) Doug Gilmour, Toronto Maple Leafs; Joel Otto, Calgary Flames; Dave Pou-lin, Boston Bruins Vezina Trophy (Outstanding Goaltender) Tom Barrasso. Pittsburgh Penguins: Ed Bellour, Chicago Blackhawks; Curtis Joseph, St. Louis Blues Lady Byng Trophy (Gentlemanly Play and Ability) Pat LaFontaine, Buffalo Sabres; Adam Oates, Boston Bruins; Pierre Turgeon. New York Islanders Adams Award (Coach of the Year) Pat Burns, Toronto Maple Leafs; Pierre Page, Quebec Nordiques; Brian Sutter, Boston Bruins IHL PLAYOFFS SEMIFINALS MONDAY'S RESULT San Diego 5. Kansas City 2 (San Diego wins series 4-z) TURNER CUP (Best-of-Seven Series) FRIDAY'S GAME Fort Wayne at San Diego SUNDAY'S GAME Fort Wayne at San Diego WEDNESDAY, MAY 19 San Diego at Fort Wayne FRIDAY, MAY 21 San Dieao at Fort Wavne BASEBALL NJCAA REGION 16 CHAMPIONSHIP (At Mineral Area) Three Rivers 000 001 0001 6 3 Jefferson 1 00 000 02x 3 6 2 Bevel. Short (7) and Kearbey: Pomirao, Sischer (9) and Frost. t . NL ALL-STAR BALLOT NEW YORK (AP) The 1 993 National League ballot for the 63rd All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July i3 at Baltimore: FIRST BASEMEN Jeff Bagwell. Houston; Sid Bream, Atlanta: Will Clark, San Francisco; Orestes Destrada. Florida: Andres Galarraga. Colorado: Mark Grace. Chicago; Gregg Jeftehet, Cardinals; Eric Karros, Los Angeles; John Kruk. Philadelphia; Fred McGriff. San Diego: Hal Morns. Cincinnati; Eddie Murray, New York; John Vander Wal, Montreal; Kevin Young, Pittsburgh. SECOND BASEMEN Bret Barbene. Florida; Craig Biggio, Houston; Delino DeShields. Montreal; Carlos Garcia, Pittsburgh; Jeff Gardner, San Diego: Jeff Kent, New York; Mark Lemke. Atlanta: Mickey Moran-dmi. Philadelphia; Geronimo Pena, Cardinals; Jody Reed, Los Angeles; Bip Roberts, Cincinnati; Ryne Sand-berg. Chicago: Robby Thompson, San Francisco; Eric Young. Colorado. THIRD BASEMEN Frank Boiick. Montreal; Steve Bue-chele, Chicago: Ken Caminiti, Houston; Charlie Hayes, Colorado; Dave Hollins, Philadelphia; Howard Johnson, New York; Jeff King, Pittsburgh; Dave Magadan. Florida; Terry Pendleton, Atlanta; Chris Sabo, Cincinnati: Gary Sheffield, San Diego; Tim Wallacn. Los Angeles; Matt Williams, San Francisco; Todd Zeile, Cardinals. SHORTSTOPS Jay Bell, Pittsburgh; Juan Bell, Philadelphia; Freddie Benevides, Colorado; Jeff Blauser, Atlanta: Andujar Cedeno, Houston; Royce Clayton, San Francisco; Wilfredo Cordero, Montreal; Tony Fernandez, New York; Barry Larkin, Cincinnati; Jose Offerman, Los Angeles; Rey Sanchez, Chicago; Craig Shipley. San Diego: Ozzie Smith, Cardinals; Walt Weiss. Florida. OUTFIELDERS Moises Alou, Montreal; Eric Anthony, Houston; Derek Bell, San Diego; Dante Bichette, Colorado; Barry Bonds, San Francisco; Bobby Bonilla, New York; Brett Butler. Los Angeles; Wes Chamberlain, Philadelphia; Jerald Clark, San Diego: Vince Coleman, New York; Alex Cole. Colorado; Jeff Conine, Florida; Eric Davis, Los Angeles: Len Dykstra, Philadelphia; Junior Felix, Florida! Steve Finley, Houston; Ron Gant, Atlanta; Bernard Gilkey, Cardinals; Luis Gonzalez, Houston; Marquis Grissom, Montreal; Tony Gwynn, San Diego; Brian Jordan, Cardinals. David Justice, Atlanta; Bobby Kelly, Cincinnati; Ray Lankford, Cardinals; Candy Maldonado, Chicago; Dave Martinez, San Francisco; Al Martin, Pittsburgh: Derrick May, Chicago; Willie Mc-Gee, San Francisco; Orlando Merced, Pittsburgh; Kevin Mitchell, Cincinnati; Otis Nixon, Atlanta; Phil Plantier, San Diego; Scott Pose, Florida: Reggie Sanders, Cincinnati; Sammy Sosa. Chi cago; Darryl Strawberry, Los Angeles; Milt Thompson, Philadelphia; Ryan Thompson, New York: Andy Van Slyke, piusuurgn; Larry watker, Montreal. CATCHERS Darren Daulton, Philadelphia; Joe Girardi, Colorado; Todd Hundley. New York; Tim Laker. Montreal: Kirt Man- waring, San Francisco; Joe Oliver, Cincinnati; Greg Olson, Atlanta; Tom Pag- iiucai, wwumais; rvtme riazza, LOS Angeles; Benito Santiago, Florida; Don Slaught, Pittsburgh; Eddie Taubensee, Houston; Dan Walters. San Dieao: Rick Wilkins, Chicago. AL ALL-STAR BALLOT NEW YORK (AP) The 1993 American League ballot for the 63rd All-Star Game, to be played Tuesday, July 1 3 at Baltimore: FIRST BASEMEN Glenn Davis, Baltimore; Cecil Fielder, Detroit: Kent Hrbek, Minnesota; John Jaha, Milwaukee; Wally Joyner, Kansas City; Tino Martinez, Seattle: Don Mattingly, New York; Mark McGwire, Oakland; John Olerud, Toronto; Rafael Palmeiro, Texas; J.T. Snow, California; Paul Sorrento, Cleveland; Frank Thomas, Chicago: Mo Vaughn, Boston. SECOND BASEMEN Roberto Alomar, Toronto; Rich Amaral, Seattle: Carlos Baerga, Cleveland; Lance Biankenship, Oakland; Da-mion Easley, California; Scott Fletcher, Boston; Pat Kelly. New York; Chuck Knoblauch, Minnesota; Jose Lind, Kansas City; Harold Reynolds, Baltimore; Billy Ripken, Texas; Steve Sax. Chicago; Bill Spiers, Milwaukee; Lou Whita-ker. Detroit. THIRD BASEMEN Wade Boggs, New York; Scott Cooper, Boston; Leo Gomez, Baltimore; Rene Gonzales, California; Terry Jor- Sensen. Minnesota; Scott Livingstone, etroit; Edgar Martinez, Seattle; Keith Miller, Kansas City; Dean Palmer, Texas; Kevin Seitzer, Oakland; Ed Spra-que, Toronto; B.J. Surhoff, Milwaukee; Robin Ventura, Chicago. SHORTSTOPS Mike Bordick, Oakland; Gary DiSar-cina, California; Felix Fermin, Cleveland; Travis Fryman, Detroit; Greg Gagne, Kansas City; Ozzie Guillen, Chicago; Manuel Lee, Texas; Scott Leius, Minnesota; Pat Listach, Milwaukee; Spike Owen, New York; Cal Ripken, Baltimore: Dick Schofield, Toronto; John Valentin, Boston; Omar Vizquel, Seattle. OUTFIELDERS Brady Anderson, Baltimore; Albert Belle, Cleveland; Jay Buhner, Seattle; Ellis Burks, Chicago; Jose Canseco, Texas; Joe Carter, Toronto; Chad Curtis, California; Andre Dawson, Boston; Rob Deer, Detroit: Mike Devereaux, Baltimore: Mike Feider, Seattle; Kirk Gibson, Detroit; Juan Gonzalez, Texas; Mike Greenwell, Boston; Ken Griffey, Jr., Seattle; Darryl Hamilton, Milwaukee; Dave Henderson, Oakland; Rickey Henderson, Oakland; Glenallen Hill, Cleveland: David Hulse, Texas: Darrin Jackson, Toronto; Lance Johnson, Chicago. Felix Jose, Kansas City; Kenny Lofton, Cleveland; Shane Mack, Minnesota; Brian McRae, Minnesota: Chito Martinez, Baltimore: Brian McRae, Kasnas City: Kevin McReynolds, Kansas City: Paul O'Neill, New York: Tony Phillips, Detroit; Luis Polonia, California; Kirby Puckett, Minnesota; Tim Raines, Chicago; Tim Salmon, California: Ruben Sierra, Oakland; Danny Tar-tabull, New York; Greg Vaughn, Milwaukee; Devon White, Toronto; Bernie Williams, New York: Dave Winfield, Minnesota; Robin Yount, Milwaukee; Bob Zupcic, Boston. CATCHERS Sandy Alomar, Cleveland: Pat Borders, Toronto; Brian Harper, Minnesota: Chris Hoiles, Baltimore; Ron Karko-vice. Chicago; Greg Myers, California; Dave Nilsson, Milwaukee; Matt Nokes, New York; Tony Pena, Boston; Ivan Rodriguez, Texas; Terry Steinbach, Oakland; Mickey Tettleton, Detroit; David Valle, Seattle. GOLDEN GLOVES TOURNAMENT LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (AP) St. Louis area results from Monday s first day of the National Golden Gloves Tournament of Champions: 106 Pounds: (Second Round) Kelly ' Wright, St. Louis, def. Bobby Jaynes, New England. 1 19 (First Round) Patrick Cody, St. Louis, def. Rafael Gutierrez, Southern California. 132 (First Round): Danny Rios Mid-South, def. David Wade. St. Louis. 147 (First Round): Daniel Boyce St. Louis, def. Andrew Bell, Toledo 165 (First Round): Odell McKinnis, Jr., St. Louis, def. Sam Hill, Kansas-Oklahoma. i HWY (First Round): Damon Rani. berry, St. Louis, def. James Gutierrez Toledo.

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