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PB SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28. 1997 SPORTS THE SALIVA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Television Today's schedule AUTO RACING 6:45 «.m. — Formula One Auto Racing, Grand Prix o! Luxembourg, ESPN2. cable 39. Noon — ASA AC-Delco Auto Racing, Pennsylvania 400. TNN. cable 34. 3:30 p.m. — Formula One Auto Racing, Grand Prix ol Luxembourg, ESPN2, cable 39. 4:30 p.m. — NHRA Drag Radng, Craftsman Nationals. TNN, cable 34. 7 p.m. — CART Auto Radng. CaHomta 500. ESPN, cable 38. 11 p.m. — NASCAR Auto Racing. Winston Cup, Hanes 500, ESPN2, cable 39. BASEBALL 12:35 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Atlanta atNYMe(s,WTBS,cable15. 1 p.m. — Mafer League Baseball, Kansas City al Chicago White Sox. WIBW, cable 5; KMBC. cable 9. 1:15 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Chicago Cubs at St. Louis, WQN. FOOTBALL Noon — NR Football, Green Bay at Detroit, FOX, cable 4. 3 p.m. — NFL Football. Seattle at Kansas City. NBC, cable 3,13. 3 p.m. — NFL Football, Chicago at Dallas, FOX, cable 4. 7 p.m. — NFL Football, Philadelphia at Minnesota. TNT, cable 41. GOLF 7 am. — Quit. The Ryder Cup. NBC, cable 3, 13. SOCCER 2 p.m. — Major League Soccer, Tampa Bay al Columbus, UnMston, cable 58. 3 p.m. - CISL Soccer, Monterrey at Arizona, FSN, cable 56. 7 p.m. — Major League Soccer. NY/NJ at DC United, ESPN2. cable 39. VOLLEYBALL 1 pjn. — NCAA Women's Volleyball, Nebraska at Kansas, FSN, cable 55. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA New England 400 1.000 130 40 . Buffalo 2 2 0 .500 94 113 Miami 2 2 0 .500 71 77 NY Jets 2 2 0 .500 110 80 : , Indianapolis 0 4 0 .000 54 115 Central •'-' Jacksonville 300 1.000 98 40 Baltimore 3 1 0 .750 110 71 Cincinnati 1 2 0 .333 54 82 -'Pittsburgh 1 2 0 .333 42 80 Tennessee 1 2 0 .333 47 73 West •Denver 400 1.000 127 51 .•KansasCity 3 1 0 .750 88 76 •• .Seattle 2 2 0 .500 74 101 "Oakland t 3 0 .250106106 'SanDiego 1 3 0 .250 56 99 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eaat W L T Pet PF PA •Dallas 2 t 0 .667 80 52 Washington '2 1 0 .667 56 37 Arizona 1 2 0 .333 59 85 Philadelphia 1 2 0 .333 47 61 NY Giants 1 3 0 .250 70 94 Central Tampa Bay 400 1.000 96 58 Green Bay 3 1 0 .750 108 84 Detroit 2 2 0 .500 94 83 Minnesota 220 .500'107 103 Chicago 0 4 0 .000 58 128 Weat San Francisco 3 1 0 .750 88 39 Carolina 2 2 0 .500 59 72 St. Louis 2 2 0 .500 77 77 •NewOrleans 1 3 0 .250 72 108 Allanla 0 4 0 .000 61 107 Sunday's games Arizona at Tampa Bay, Noon Denver at Atlanta, Noon Green Bay at Detroit, Noon Tennessee at Pittsburgh, Noon Jacksonville at Washington, Noon New Orleans at NY Giants, Noon Baltimore al San Diego, 3 p.m. Chicago al Dallas, 3 p.m. ; NY Jets at Cincinnati, 3 p.m. SI. Louis at Oakland, 3p.m. Seattle at Kansas City, 3 p.m. • i-; "Philadelphia at Minnesota, 7 p.m. Open date — Buffalo, Indianapolis, Miami, New England L: '• Monday's game . v San Francisco at Carolina, 8 p.m. Harrah's odds RENO, Nev (AP) — Odds lor this weekend's NFL games from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: NFL Sunday Favorite line underdog Green Bay 7'A Detroit at Washington i V4 Jacksonville at Pittsburgh 6'A Tennessee Denver 12 Vi alAllanla at NY Giants 5 New Orleans 'at Tampa Bay 7 'A Arizona at Dallas 14 Chicago a) Kansas City 5 Seattle at San Diego ivi Baltimore at Cincinnati 4 N Y Jets - .JitOakland 7St. Louis at Minnesota 2V4 Philadelphia Monday San Francisco 3V4 at Carolina NFL injuries NEW YORK (AP) - The updated National Football League Injury report for this week's games as provided by the league: Sunday ARIZONA (1-2) AT TAMPA BAY (44) Cardinals: OUT: LB Eric Hill (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: T James Dexter (knee); T Matt Joyce (knee); RB Derrick Moore (knee); G Rob Selby (back). PROBABLE: RB Kevin Boule (hamstring). Buccaneers: DOUBTFUL LB Ru., fus Porter (shoulder). QUESTIONABLE: RB Mike Alstott (knee); CB Anthony Parker (hamstring). PROBABLE: DT Warren Sapp (ankle); DE Eric Curry (knee); G Frank Middleton (knee). BALTIMORE (3-1) AT SAN DIEQO (1-3) — Ravens: OUT: C-G Wally Williams (Achilles). DOUBTFUL WR Ray Ethrtdge (knee-ankle); DT Tony Slragusa (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: G John Elmore (shoulder); TE Eric Green (hamstring); S Rondell Jones (knee); S Steven Moore (knee). PROBABLE: DE Mike Frederick (shoulder). Chargers: OUT: K John Carney (knee); WR Latario Rachal (am). DOUBTFUL: CB Mark Montreuil (hamstring). QUESTIONABLE: RB Terrell Fletcher (ankle); G Troy Slenklewlcz (hamstring). CHICAGO (0-4) AT DALLAS (2-1) - Bears: OUT: WR Curtis Conway (collarbone); G Todd Perry (hamstring); C-G Chris Vlllarrtal (leg). QUESTIONABLE: S Marly Carter (elbow); LB Ron Cox (elbow); DE Alonzo Spellman (shoulder). PROBABLE T James Williams (ankle). Cowboys: QUESTIONABLE: G Larry Allen (hamstring); DT Chad Hennlngs (groin); S Sin- gor Moblsy (knee). PROBABLE: WR Anthony Miller (hamstring); LB Fred Strickland (knee); CB Kenny Whsaton (knee). DENVER (44) AT ATLANTA (0-4) - Broncos: PROBABLE: S Slave Atwater (shoulder). Falcons: OUT: LB David Brandon (leg); WR Michael Haynes (rib). QUESTIONABLE: QB Chris Chandler (sternum); C Roman Fortln (ankle); LB Ruflin Hamilton (hamstring); DE Antho,(iy Pleasant (knee). PROBABLE: S William White (back). G Gene Williams (ankle). GREEN BAY (3-1) AT DETROIT (2-S) Packers: QUESTIONABLE: LB Seth Joyner knee); C Frank Winters (foot). PROBABLE: DT Jlfcert Brown (knee); TE Mart Chmura (knee); JB Doug Evans (hamstring). Lions: OUT: LB 3en Hanks (knee); G Chris Hamson (knee). 30UBTFUL RB Terry Battle (knee); TE Pete Chrypkwta (shoulder); S Ron Rice (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: LB Stephen Boyd (quadrt- cep): CB Greg Jeffries (quadricep); TE David Stan (ankle). JACKSONVILLE (M) AT WASHINGTON (21) — Jaguars: QUESTIONABLE: QB Rob Johnson (ankle). PROBABLE: DT Don Davey (knee); RB Natrons Means (thumb). Redskins: OUT: G Bob DaN (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Stephen Davis (thumb); DE Kenard Lang (ear); CB Scott Turner (ankle). PROBABLE: RB Terry Allen (thumb); P Matt Turk (thigh). NEW ORLEANS (1-3) AT NY GIANTS (1-3) — Saints: OUT: TE Irv Smith (knee). QUESTIONABLE: DE Joe Johnson (foot). Giants: OUT: WR Ike Hllllard (neck); LB Pete Monty (knee): C Brlen Williams (eye). DOUBTFUL LB Marcus Buckley (hip); RB Rodney Hampton (knee): WR Thomas Lewis (toe). PROBABLE: DT Christian Peter (ankle). NY JETS (2-2) AT CINCINNATI (1-2) - Jets: QUESTIONABLE: T David Williams (foot). PROBABLE: DT Ronnie Dlxon (ankle). Bengals: DOUBTFUL: RB Kl-Jana Carter (shoulder). DOUBTFUL LB Tom Tumulty (thigh). QUESTIONABLE: DT Brentson Buckner (knee). PHILADELPHIA (1-2) AT MINNESOTA (2-2) — Eagles: QUESTIONABLE: DL Jlmmle Jones (ankle). PROBABLE: TE Jason Dunn (hip); WR Chris T. Jones (knee); CB Troy Vincent (shoulder). Vikings: DOUBTFUL: G David Dlxon (knee). QUESTIONABLE: RB Leroy Hoard (hamstring). PROBABLE: T Todd Steussle. TENNESSEE (1-2) AT PITTSBURGH (1-2) — Oilers: QUESTIONABLE: S Blalne Bishop (arm); KR Mel Gray (concussion). Steelers: OUT: G Brenden Slal (ankle). QUESTIONABLE: LB Steve Conley (ankle); K Chris Jacke (hip); CB Chad Scott (ankle). PROBABLE: S Myron Bell (foot); LB Carlos Emmons (shoulder); LB Jason Glldon (shoulder). ST. LOUIS (2-2) AT OAKLAND (1-3) — Rams: OUT: WR Isaac Bruce (hamstring). DOUBTFUL: C Bern Brostek (back). QUESTIONABLE: LB Britt Hager (neck); RB Jorald Moore (elbow). PROBABLE: TE Emle Conwell (knee); C Mike Grultadauria (ankle). Raiders: QUESTIONABLE: CB Terry McDanlel (knee). PROBABLE: T Lincoln Kennedy (ankle); WR Olanda Trultt (hamstring); DE Darrell Russell (shoulder). SEATTLE (2-2) AT KANSAS CITY (3-1) — Seanawks: OUT: DE Phillip Daniels (knee); QB John Friesz (thumb); DE Martin Harrison (knee). DOUBTFUL: DT Cortez Kennedy (knee). QUESTIONABLE: WR Ronnie Harris (ham- siring). PROBABLE: WR James McKnlghl (knee); T Waller Jones (ankle); WR Mike Prflchard (knee); S C.J. Richardson (hamstring). Chiefs: QUESTIONABLE: CB Darren Anderson (groin); DE Vaughn Booker (knee); WR Lake Dawson (knee); LB Derrick Thomas (arm). PROBABLE: T Jeff Criswell (foot); CB James Hasty (thigh). Monday SAN FRANCISCO (3-1) AT CAROLINA (2-2) — 49ers: OUT: T Harris Barton (knee); CB Marquez Pope (loot); WR Jerry Rice (knee). QUESTIONABLE: CB Rod Woodson (leg). PROBABLE: Q Kevin Gogan (leg); LB Kevin Greene (toe); LB Gary Plummer (groin); LB Lee Woodall (elbow). Panthers: OUT: DB Clifton Abraham (thigh); WR Munsln Muhammad (wrist). PROBABLE: LB Michael Barrow (ankle); T Matthew Campbell (ankle); LB Lamar Uthon (knee); S Pal Terrell (neck). Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE North Division Conference All Games W L W L Kansas 10 31 <ansas State 00 30 Nebraska 00 30 Colorado -00 21 Missouri 01 22 Iowa State 01 04 South Division Conference All Games W L W L Oklahoma State 10 40 Texas A&M 00 30 Texas 00 21 Oklahoma 0 '0 22 Baylor 00 12 Texas Tech 00 12 Saturday's results Oklahoma State 38, Northeast Louisiana 7; Texas MM 36, North Texas 10; Colorado 20, Wyoming 19; Kansas State 56, Bowling Green 0; Texss 38, Rice 31; Ohio State 31, Missouri 10; Oklahoma 35, Louisville 14. KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Confsranct All Games W L W L Ottawa 20 30 Southwestern 20 21 Friends 10 12 McPherson 11 21 Bethel 1112 Sterling 11 12 Bethany 01 11 <ansasWesleyan ''02 03 Tabor 0 '2 03 Saturday's results Peru State 26, Friends 7; Southwestern 44, Kansas Wesleyan 13; Sterling 23, Tabor 16, Ottawa 43, Bethany 35; Bethel 34, McPherson 19. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Gams W L W L Chadron State 20 31 Fort Lewis ' 20 22 Western State 10 31 Mesa State 11 22 New Mexico Highlands 11 22 Nebraska-Kearney 11 13 Fort Hays State 01 13 Colorado Mines 02' 22 Adams State 02 04 Saturday's results Chadron State 40, Nebraska-Kearney 34 (ot); Mesa State 46, Adams State 30; Fort Lewis 28, Colorado Mines 16; Western State 27, New Mexico Highlands 21; Fort Hays State 62, Wayne State, Neb. 12. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Games W L W L Northwest Missouri 20 40 Ptttsburg State 20 30 Washbum 20 31 Truman State 20 21 Emporia Stale 11 31 Central Missouri 11 22 Missouri Western 02 22 Missouri Southern 02 12 Missouri-Rote 02 13 Southwest Baptist 02 03 Saturday's reaults Truman State 37, Central Missouri 34 (2ot); Washbum 27, Mlssouri-Rolla 13; Emporia State 46, Southwest Baptist 7; Plttsburg Stale 42, Missouri Southern 14; Northwest Missouri 52, Missouri Western 13. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Graceland 20 30 Today's schedule SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 BASEBALL Kansas City al Chicago White Sox. 1:05 p.m. FOOTBALL Seattle at Kansas City. 3 p.m. Benedictine 20 31 Undenwood 20 21 Evangel 10 10 MldAmerlca Nawrene 11 21 William Jewell 11 12 Missouri Valley 01 11 Central Methodist 01 02 Baker 02 12 Culver-Stockton 03 03 Thursday's result Graceland 26, Baker 16. Saturday's results Benedictine 38, Culver-Stockton 17: William Jewell 20, MldAmerlca Nazarene 13: Central Methodist at Missouri Valley (n); Undenwood at Evangel (n). Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Garden City 30 40 Coffeyville 31 41 Hutchinson 31 41 Independence 32 32 Butler County 22 23 Dodge City 13 13 Fort Scott 13 14 Highland 04 04 Friday's result Hutchinson 35, Air Force Prep 23. Saturday'! results Butler County 30, Fort Scott 17; Independence 24, Coffayvllle 21; Highland al Haskell (n): Dodge City at Garden City (n). State college SOUTHWESTERN 44 KANSAS WESLEYAN 13 SW KW First downs 23 10 Rushes-yards 58-301 46-83 Passing yards 195 96 Com-Att-lnl 14-18-0 6-13-0 Total offense 76-496 59-179 Fumbles-lost 3-3 6-4 Punts-average 1-34.0 5-39.8 Penalties-yards 8-81 7-66 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - SW: Plel 3-21, Donley 19-144, Duncan 2-8, Creason 7-34, Robertson 21-91, Baldwin 3-14, Wallis 3-(-1t). KW: Moss 13-25, Kramer 5-(-5), Robblns 7-12, Larkln 17-55, Williamson 2-5, Rusher 2-(-9). PASSING - SW: Plel 9-12-0-149, Wallis 5-6-046. KW: Kramer 5-9-0-95, Rusher 1-4-0-1. . RECEIVING -SW: Bradford 6-117, Robertson 3-40, Nixon 2-14, Bennlngton 1-5, Dunkerson 110, Donley 1-9. KW: Chertzard 3-56, Dexter 239, Larkln 1-1. PUNTING -SW: Johnson 1-34.0. KW: Rough 5-39.8. SCORING SUMMARY Southwestern 723 8 6-44 Kansas Wesleyan 0 7 6 0-13 First Quarter SW - Bradford 4 pass from Piel (Schell kick), 3:28. Second Quarter KW - Larkln 1 run (Heckathom kick), 9:13. SW - Nixon 4 pass from Plel (Plel run), 6:15. SW - Bradford 33 pass from Plel (Schell kick), 2:14. SW - Donley 2 run (Bradford pass from Pial), 1:04. Third Quarter KW - Larkin 5 run (pass failed), 10:22. SW - Donley 12 run (kick failed), 7:32. SW-Safety, 2:10. Fourth Quarter SW-Wallis 1 run (pass failed), 10:23. FORT HAYS STATE 62 WAYNE STATE, NEB. 12 WS FH ^rst downs 7 25 Rushes-yards 19-34 79-443 Passing yards 124 141 Comp-Att-Int 15-38-1 5-11-1 Total plays-yards 57-158 90-584 Fumbles-lost 3-3 1-0 Penaliles-yards 4-30 ' 13-99 Punts-avg. 8-40.3 5-31.8 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING - WS: Helmstadter 14-45, Lavaley 1-1, Padilla 1-0, Jones 3-(-12). FH: Gregory 38234, Blassingame 11-147, Pfannenstlel 17-49, Merrill 2-7, Wallace 1-5, Selmon 9-2, Lolley t-(- 1)PASSING - WS: Jones 13-31-0-114, Lavafty 2-7-1-10. FH: Selmon 5-11-1-141. RECEIVING - WS: Porter 7-83, Foiled 4-20, Boykln 2-10, Pugsley 1-9, King 1-2. FH: Mlntner 2-95, Thyfautl 2-22, DeLong 1-24. PUNTING - WS: Fttzke 8-40.3. FH: Ryan 531.8 LEADING TACKLERS - WS: Wavrunek 12, Morrison 12, Kulken 10, Cordes 10, Burkes 10. : H: VanEalon 5, Scanlon 5, Hutchinson 5, Brau 5, Harper 4, Stucky4. SCORING SUMMARY Wayne Slate 6 6 0 0 - 12 Fort Hays State 26 13 14 7 - 62 First Quarter FH - Pfannenstlel 1 run (Slmoneau kick), 12'34 WS - Helmstadter 3 run (pass failed), 11:02. FH - PlannenstJe! t run (Simoneau kick), 4:44. FH - Mlntner 71 pass from Selmon (Simoneau kick), 1:46. • FH - Gregory 4 run (Simoneau luck), 1:00. Second Quarter FH - Blassingame 74 run (Simoneau kick), 13:34. WS - Swayzer 53 Interception return (pass failed), 12:20. FH - Selmon 1 run (lock failed), 2:32. Third Quarter FH - Mlntner 24 pass from Selmon (Kllman kick), 8:43. FH - Gregory 5 run (Kllman kick), 2:15. Fourth Quarter FH - Gregory 55 run (Kllman kick), 9:19. WASHBURN 27 MISSOURI-ROLLA 13 Missouri-Holla 0 6 7 0-13 Washbum 7 7 6 7-28 Flrat quarter W — Battle 41 run (T°*i kick), 11:31 Stcond quarter MR — Rlsner 50 field goal, 9:43 W — Battle 1 run (Todd kick), 8:40 MR —Rlsner 25 field goal, 3:39 Third quarter W — Marshall 29 Interception return (kick failed), 5:51 MR — Starks 67 run (Rlsner kick), 2:26 Fourth quarter W — Sapp 4'tun (Todd kick), 4:55 STERLING 23, TABOR 16 Tabor 0 6 7 3-16 Sterling 3 3 3 14 - 23 Flrat quarter S — Polk 25 field goal, 2:09 Second quarter T — Sandra 45 pass from Williamson (kick failed), 6:37 S —Polk 37 field goal, 1:54 Third quarter S —Polk 38 Held goal, 7:00 T — Sanders 1 run (Martens kick), 0:45 Fourth quarter S — Vincent 38 run (Polk kick), 13:46 T — Martens 24 lleld goal, 6:04 S — Reed 20 Interception return (Polk kick), 2:20 Auto racing NASCAR lineup MARTINSVILLE, Va. (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's Hanes 500 NASCAR Winston Cup race at Martlnsvllle Speedway with car number, driver, hometown, make of car and speed In mph: 1. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pontl- ac. 93.410. 2. (6) Mark Martin, Batesvllle, Ark., Ford, 93.354. 3. (27) Kenny Irwln Jr., Indianapolis, Ford, 93.152. 4. (8) Hut Stricklin, Calera, Ala., Ford, 93.148. 5. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 93.065. 6. (81) Kenny Wallace, St. Louis, Mo., Ford, 93.010. 7. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Mo.. Ford, 92.992. 8. (42) Joe Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevro- lel, 92.851. 9. (33) Ken Schrader, Fenton, Mo., Chevrolet. 92.828. 10. (99) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, 92.787. 11. (24) Jeff Gordon, Pitlsboro, Pa., Chevrolet, 92.696. 12. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 92.665. 13. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet. 92.646. 14. (4) Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 92.619. 15. (98) John Andrelll, Indianapolis, Ford, 92.583. 16. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga.. Ford, 92.565. 17. (77) Robert Pressley, Ashevllle, N.C., Ford, 92.556. 18. (17) Dartell Waltrip, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet, 92.493. 19. (31) Mike Skinner, Susanvllle, Calif., Chevrolet, 92.470. 20. (18) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Chrisll, Texas, Pontlac, 92.438. 21. (88) Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C., Ford, 92.389. 22. (43) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontlac, 92.371. 23. (16) Ted Musgrave. Franklin, Wls., Ford, 92.276. 24. (9) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 92.258. 25. (5) Terry Labonle, Corpus Christl, Texas, Chevrolet, 92.249. 26. (30) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Pontl- ac, 92.965. 27. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 92.683. 28. (40) Steve Park, East Northport, N.Y., Chevrolet, 92.497. 29. (44) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontlac, 92.429. 30. (28) Emle Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford, 92.407. 31. (90) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, Wis., Ford, 92.258. 32. (96) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 92.231. 33. (29) Jeff Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 92.213. 34. (97) Chad Little, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac, 92.173. 35. (46) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Co'o., Chevrolet, 92.115. 36. (25) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet, 92.047. 37. (7) Geoff Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 91.971. 38. (75) Rick Mast, Rockbrtdge Baths, Va., Ford, 91.958. 39. (37) Jeremy Mayfleld, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, provisional. . 40. (41) Steve Grlssom, Gadsden, Ala., Chevrolet, provisional. 41. (11) Brett Bodine, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, provisional. 42. (36) Deirlke Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Pontlac, provisional. Formula 1 lineup NUERBURGRING, Germany (AP) — Lineup for Sunday's Luxembourg Grand'Prix on the 2,631-mile Nuerburgrlng course with driver, country, car, lime and speed in mph: 1. Mlka Hakklnen, Finland, McLaren-Mercedes, t minute, 16.602 seconds, 133.051. 2. Jacques Vllleneuve, Canada, Williams-Renault, 1:16.691,132.897. 3. Helnz-Harald Frentzen, Germany, Williams- Renault, 1:16.741,132.810. 4. Glancario Fislchella, Italy, Jordan-Peugeot, 1:17.289,131.868. 5. Michael Schumacher, Germany, Ferrari, 1:17.385,131.705. 6. David Coullhard, Britain, McLaren-Mercedes, 1:17.387,131.702. 7. Gerhard Berger, Austria, Benetton-Renault, 1:17.587,131.362, 8. Rail Schumacher, Germany, Jordan-Peugeot, 1:17.595,131.349. 9. Rubens Barrichello, Brazil, Stewart-Ford, 1:17.614,131.316. 10. Jean Alesl, France, Benetton-Renault, 1:17.620,131.306. 11. Olivier Panls, France, Pros! Mugen-Honda, 1:17.650,131.256. 12. Jan Magnussen, Denmark, Stewart-Ford, 1:17.722.131.134. 13. Damon Hill, Britain, Arrows-Yamaha, 1:17.795,131.011. 14. Eddie Irvine, Britain, Ferrari, 1:17.855, 130.910. 15. Pedro Dinlz, Brazil, Arrows-Yamaha, 1:18.128,130.667. 16. Johnny Herbert, Britain, Sauber-Pelronas, 1:18.303,130.161. 17. Shlnji Nakano, Japan, Pros) Mugen-Hon- da, 1:18.699,129.606. 18. Tarso Marques, Brazil, Mlnardl-Hart, 1:19.347,128.448. 19. Gianni Morbktelll, Italy, Sauber-Petronas, 1:19.490,128.217. 20. Mlka Salo, Finland, Tyrrell-Ford, 1:19.526, 128.159. 21. Jos Verslapen, Netherlands, Tyrrell-Ford, 1:19.631,128.151. 22. Ukyo Katayama, Japan, Minardl-Hart, 1:20.615,126.428. Volleyball Big 12 AT MANHATTAN Colorado del. Kansas State, 15-12, 8-15,1512,15-12 i State college AT LINDSBORG Tabor del. Bethany, 8-15, 16-4, 15-10, 15-4; Tabor del. Mid-America Bible, Okla., 13-15,156,16-14,15-3; Bethany del. Mid-America Bible, Okla., 16-14,15-7,15-9 AT HAYS Fort Hays Stale del. Western State, 16-4,1115,15-13,15-12 High school AT JEWELL Jewell del. White Rock, 15-7, 15-7; Hlllcresl del. Chester-Hubbell-Byion, Neb., 17-16,15-12; Jewell del. Chester-Hubbell-Byron, Neb., 15-6, 15-8; Hllterest del. White Rock, 15-9, 15-7; Chesler-Hubbell-Byron, Neb., del. White Rock, 15-2, 15-5; Hllterest det. Jewell, 15-11, 11-15, 15-5 AT NEWTON Sallna results Sallna South del. McPherson, 15-3,15-4; Sall- na South del. Wichita Heights, 15-10, 15-10; Sallna South del. Emporia, 15-7, 15-5; Sallna South del. Buhler, 15-12,15-3; Wichita Kapaun del. Sallna Central, 15-9,15-1; Hutchinson del. Sallna Central, 15-9.6-15,11-15; Sallna Central del, Newton, 15-8,154; Hutchinson del. Sallna Central, 15-11, 6-15.16-14; Sallna Central del. McPherson, 12-15.15-9,15-8; Buhler del. Sall- na Central, 7-15,16-14,154 Championship — Sallna South del. Hutchinson, 6-15,17-15,15-10 AT OSBORNE Osbome del. Downs, 15-3,15-1; Stockton del. Logan, 15-12, 15-4; Sylvan del. Downs, 15-fl, 154; Osbome def. Stockton. 15-13,15-12; Sylvan del. Logan, 15-8,13-15,15-4; Stockton def. Downs, 14-16,15-3,15-1; Osbome def. Sylvan, 15-6,10-15,17-15; Logan del. Downs, 15-3,156; Stockton det. Sylvan, 13-15, 15-12, 15-11; Osbome def. Lyons, 15-9,15-9 AT HERINGTON Sacred Heart results Pool play—Sacred Heart def. White City, 156,15-1; Sacred Heart def. Herlngton 15-11.158; Sacred Heart def. Hope, 15-10,15-11 Semfflnals—Sacred Head def. Chase County, 15-4,15-7 Championship — Sacred Heart def. Hope, 154,15-10 AT SCOTT CITY Whealland def. Goodland, 16-14, 15-8; Wheatland def. Colby, 15-13,15-10; Wheatland def. Scott City, 15-8,15-3. Junior varsity AT JUNCTION CITY Sallna results Sallna South def, Topeka High, 15-2, 15-8; Salina South def. Topeka West, 15-5, 15-3; Topeka Hayden del. Sallna South, 15-13,10-15, 154; Sallna South def. Junction City, 15-10,615,15-5; Sallna Central def. Topeka Highland Park, 15-1,15-2; Sallna Central def. Chapman, 10-15. 15-13, 154; Junction City def. Sallna Central, 12-15,15-9,15-3; Topeka Hayden del. Sallna Central, 15-3, 15-3; Junction City def. Sallna Central, 3-15,15-13,15-7 Championship—Topeka Hayden def. Sallna South, 15-11,12-15.16-14 Junior high AT SOLOMON Sallna South rasulta Sallna South del. Solomon, 154,15-5; Salina South def. Geneseo, 154, 15-7; Sallna South def. St Xavter, 15-10,18-16; Sallna South def. Abilene, 15-10,154 Championship — Sallna South def. Chapman, 15-9,15-13 Cross country State college TABOR INVITATIONAL MEN Team scores Tabor 15. Individual results 1. Jost, T, 28:38; 2. Ellis, Sterling, 29:27; 3. Koehler, T, 29:32; 4. Klelnsasser, T, 29:53; 5. Soo Hoo, T, 30:30; 6. Wolfe, T, 30:58; 7. Landwehr, T, 31:40; 8. Morgan, S, 31:53; 9. Klassen, T, 32:31; 10. Lopez, T, 32:34. Kansas Wealeyan results 13. Miller, 3325; 14. Ellis, 33:51; 16. Jarboe, 34:29; 18. Toelle, 47:42. WOMEN Team scores Kansas Wesleyan 9, Tabor 17, Sterling 19. Individual results 1. Bomefld, KW, 20:41; 2. CoMn, S, 20:55.00; 3. Theer, KW, 21:58; 4. Kroeker, T, 22:50; 5. Roberts, KW, 23:02; 6. Wheeler, KW, 23:37; 7. Rfchert, T, 23:41; 8. Akers, T, 24:01; 9. Ryff, T, 24:21; 10. Vincent, 8,24:51. NEBRASKA KEARNEY OPEN MEN Individual results 1. J.McCullough, Fort Hays State, 33:50; 2. K.McCullough, FH, 34:38; 3. Johnson, Nebraska-Kearney, 34:51; 4. Fouls, FH, 34:53; 5. Trout, FH, 35:05; 6. Cardenas, NK, 35:14; 7. Shanahan, unattached, 35:35; 8. Feauto, NK, 35:44; 9. Elliot, FH, 35:32; 10. Blochllnger, FH, 35:55. Other Fort Haya State results 12. Wlchael, 36:07; 17. Edmonds, 36:47; 26. Wahlgren, 37:55; 27. Becker, 38:07; 28. Hanes, 38:18; 31. Comelsen, 39:06. WOMEN Individual results 1. Weatherman, FH, 19:06; 2. Thompson, NK, 19:54:3. Kruger, NK, 20:04; 4. McAllister, unattached, 20:25; 5. Craig, NK, 20:40; 6. Roberts, Colorado Mines, 20:47; 7. Green, FH, 20:54; 8. Scoville, FH, 20:58; 9. Saenger, FH, 20:59; 10. Ouincy.NK, 21D2. Other Fort Haya State results 14. Helgert, 21:39; 16. Jackson, 22:05; 24. Becker, 23:40. OKLAHOMA BAPTIST INVITATIONAL MEN Team scores Southwestern 40, Oklahoma Baptist 63, Oklahoma Christian 80, Southern Nazarene 116, Phillips 192, Central Oklahoma 220, Bethany 249, East Central Oklahoma 255. Individual reaulte 1. LeRoux, P, 25:25; 2. Tshaye, OB, 26:39; 3. Paper, SW, 26:55; 4. Hudgens, Allen County, 26:55; 5. Johnson, OB, 27:19; 6. Langoon, OC, 27:27; 7. Hunt, SW, 27:37; 8. Shaw, SW, 27:37; 9. Rombur, SW, 27:44; 10. Black, SN, 27:44. Bethany reaulta 39. Witlord, 29:59; 47. Lancaster, 31:14; 49. Hesler, 31:26; 53. Redetake, 31:39; 61. Deines, 32:56; 63. Polk, 33:44; 66. Larson. 35:22. WOMEN Team scores Oklahoma Baptist. 29, Phillips 58, Southern Nazarene 68, Southwestern 105, Southeastern Oklahoma 145, Oklahoma Christian 165, West Texas MM 165, East Central Oklahoma 208, Central Oklahoma 218. Individual results 1. Weir, P, 18:23; 2. Hnilkova, OB, 18:50; 3. Rood, OB, 19:45; 4. Guntar, OC, 19:54; 5. Lanle, OB, 19:55; 6. Williams, SN, 20:01; 7. Overstreet, P, 20:03; 8. Galnes, OB, 20:08; 9. Miller, SN, 20:16; 10. Conk, SW, 20:21. Bethany results 34. Duryee, 22:02; 50. Skala, 24:08; 65. Baker, 26:44. ' Junior college TABOR INVITATIONAL MEN Team scores Dodge City 25, Colby 41, Garden City 72, .Hutchinson 102, Pratt 132. Individual results 1. Karana, DC, 26:35; 2. Jones, DC, 26:40; 3. Ndungu. DC, 27:08; 4. Gutierrez, GC, 27:48; 5. Osterhaus, C, 27:50; 6. Tuwel, DC, 28:16; 7. Lawson, C, 26:20; 8. Vasquez, C, 28:32; 9. Weber, C, 28:35; 10. Mayoll, P, 28:45. Other Colby rasulta 12. McDanlel, 28:55; 15. Deeds, 29:55; 16. Wlllson, 29:57. WOMEN Team scores Colby 19, Hutchinson 50, Dodge City 70. Individual reaulta 1. Hoyl, unattached, 19:50; 2. Wells, C, 20:24; 3. Allmon, H, 20:48; 4. Heln, C, 21:02; 5. Nejal, C, 21:16; 6. Ferrell, Central McPherson, 21:30; 7. Walqulst, C, 21:35; 8. Burgess, C, 21:41; 9. Harrison, C, 2:56; 10. Aumlller, C, 22:07. Other Colby results 15. Oulnt 22:55; 19. Johnson 23:27; 24. Dunn 24:37. High school BELLEVILLE INVITATIONAL BOYS ,. Team scores Smith Center 62, Belleville 67, Concordla 69, North Central 88, Washington 108, Unn 110, Valley Heights 206, Marysville 212. Individual results 1. Engetben, Beloft, 17:18.21; 2. Chatfleld, Bell. 17:45.67; 3. Warner, SC, 17:55.11; 4. Herman, Con, 17:57.08; 5. Hoops, Bell, 18:05.20; 6. Ringer, Con, 18:09.84; 7. Baker, NO, 18:12.08; 8. Kruegor, NC, 18:25.02; 9. Baker, NC, 18:29.56; 10. Williams, L, 18:34.99. GIRLS Team scores Belolt 39, Marysville 53, Smith Center 54, Con- cordla 96, Belleville 113, Unn 184. Individual results 1. Barnes, SC, 12:48.25; 2. Snyder, Belo, 13:11.24; 3. Mehl, Belo, 13:54.21; 4. Geyer, Belo, 14:05.30; 5. Uhlrtch, W, 14:15.60; 6. Peterson, SC, 14:25.75; 7. Frledrtchs, M, 14:27.71; 8. Brown, M, 14:31.61; 9. Ratliff, SC, 14:35.32; .10. Anderson, Hllfcresl, 14:38.21. 6olf Ryder Cup SOTOGRANDE, Spain (AP) — Results Saturday from the 32nd Ryder Cup on Ihe 6,819-yard, par-71 Valderrama Golf Club course: EUROPE 9, UNITED STATES 4 FOURBALL (Better Ball) Europe 3'/i, United States 'A Colin Montgomery and Darren Clarke, Europe, del. Fred Couples and Davis Love III, United States, 1-up. Ian Woosnam and Thomas Bjom, Europe, del. Justin Leonard and Brad Faxon, United States, 2and1. Nick Faldo and Lee Westwood, Europe, del. Tiger Woods and Mark O'Meara, United States, 2and1. Phil Mlckelson and Tom Lehman, United States, halved with Jose Maria Olazabal and Ignaclo Garrldo, Europe. FOURSOMES (Alternate Shot) Europe 1, United States 0 Monlgomerle and Langer, Europe, del. Janzen and Furyk, United Stales, 1-up. Hoch and Maggert, United States 1-up vs. Faldo and Weslwood, Europe, (14). Leonard and Woods, United States even vs. Pamevlk and Garrldo, Europe, (7). Olazabal and Rocca, Europe, 1-up vs. Love and Couples, United Stales, (7). Friday's matchaa FOURSOMES (Alternate Shot) Europe 1 V4, United States V4 Nick Faldo and Lee Westwood, Europe, del. Justin Leonard and Jeff Maggert, United States, 3 and 2. Jesper Pamevik and Ignaclo Garrldo, Europe, halved with Tom Lehman and Phil Mlckelson, United Stales. PGA scores ENDICOTT, N.Y. (AP) — Scores Saturday alter the third round of the $1.3 million B.C. Open, on the 6,994-yard, par 37-35-72 En-Jole golf course (a-denoles amateur): Stewart CM 73-64-67—204 Brian Claar 70-70-65—205 Gabriel Hjertstedt 704946-205 Robert Gamez 7047-68—205 Paul Stankowskl 71-68-67—206 Andrew Magee 67-7049—208 Chris Perry 694949—207 Bruce Fleisher 7048-71—207 Richard Green 71-6849—208 Charlie Rymer 7246-70—208 Seniors scores MILTON, Ra. (AP)—Top 10 scores Saturday after the second round of the $1.1 million Senior PGA Tour Emerald Coast Classic, on the 6,719 yard, par—70 (35-35) Moors Golf Club course: Simon Hobday 6743—130 Vicente Fernandez 6347—130 IsaoAokl 7140—131 Dale Douglass 6645—131 Hale Irwln 65-66—131 Bob Eastwood 6844—132 BobDuval 66-66—132 Gil Morgan 6448—132 Larry Nelson' 6449—133 BudAllln 6945—134 LPGA scores CORNELIUS, N.C. (AP) - Top 10 scores Saturday after the third round of the $550,000 Fieldcrest Cannon Classic, played on the 6,318-yard, par-72 The Pennlnsula Club: Wendy Ward ' 664544—195 Rosle Jones ' 674945—201 Betsy King 67-6846—201 Jane Geddes ' 694647—202 Kelly Robblns 6649-68—203 Jull Inkster 674749-203 Uselotte Neumann 66-66-71—203 Tina Banett 6948-67—204 Meg Mallon 704848-204 Trlsh Johnson 7046-68—204 Tennis High school SAUNA SOUTH INVITATIONAL At Oakdale Park Team scores Sallna Central A 42; Sallna South A 39; Sallna Central B 38; Abilene 33; Sallna South B 22; Russell 18; Manhattan 14; Junction City 10. Medal round No. 1 elnglea First pises — Muetlng, SSA, del. Gucclone, Ab, 6-2,64. Third place — Gariow, SCB, del. Collins, SCA, 8-2. Fifth place—Wootton, Man, del. Stefchen, SSB, M. Seventh place — Schmldtberger, Rus, del. Dlehl, JC, 8-0. No. 2 singles First place — L Seaton, SCA, del. Dunlap, SSA, 6-4. 6-4. Third plsce — King, Ab, del. Powell, SCB, 7:6 (7-2), 1-6, 7-6 (7-3). Fifth pises — Rein, Rus, del. Harding, SSB, 8-5. Seventh pises — Klmball, Man, del. A. Heinlcke, JC. No. 1 doubles First plsce — Wllson-Moshler, SCA, del. Tumqulst-Mize, SCB, 8-3. Third plsce — Peterson-Newcomer, SSB, del. Feyerhelm-Day, SSA, 7-6 (7-5), 7-5. Fifth place — Whttehalr- Blelefeld, Ab, del. Homeler-Ellis, Rus, 8-3. Sail•nth plice — Edwards-M. Heinlcke, JC, del. Hoag-Poell, Man, 8-3. No. 2 doubles First place. — Griflin-Mattlson, SCA, del. E. Seaton-Blakely, SCB, 8-7 (7-1). Third plsce — Kelley-Chace, SSA, del. Wolford-Stredney, Ab, 4-6,7-5,7-6 (7-5). Fifth plsce — Stlerien-Selr- er, Rus, del. Power-Maiesch, SSB, 8-4. General AP sportlight Sept. 28 1920 — A Chicago grand jury Indicts eight Chicago White Sox on charges ol fixing the 1919 World Series, known as the "Black Sox Scandal: While Sox owner Charles Comlskey Immediately suspends the eight players. 1951 — Norm Van Brocklin ol Los Angeles throws for an NFL-record 554 yards and five touchdowns to lead the Rams to a 54-14 rout ol the New York Yankees. Elroy Hlrsch catches four ol the touchdown passes. FRIDAY'S HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL SCORES ;l Abilene 21, Wamego 19 Anderson County 27, Baldwin 0 Argonla 30, Cunningham 16 'Ashland 60. Meade 20 Alchlson County 25, Royal Valley 6 Attka 19. Burrton 14 Atwood 29, Goodland 7 Augusta 32, Goddard 26 i AxM 64, Hanover 50 BateyvUle 44, Merest 18 Baxter Springs 30, SE Cherokee 20 Belleville 14, Clifton-Clyde 0 Belolt 39, Ellsworth 8 Bern 1 4, BV Randolph 8 BV North 51, Shawnae Heights 6 , BV Stllwelll 3, BV Northwest 9 Burlington 40, lola 12 Burrton 19, Attica 14 Canlon-Galva 54, Peabody 0 Central Heights 24, Marmalon Valley 0 Cenlralla 14, Frankfort 13 Centre 62, White Crry 12 Chanute 21, Parsons 0 Chaparral 40, Circle 13 Chapman 36, TMP-Marlan 24 Cheney 30, Starting 21 Cheylin 84. Brewstei 68 Claflln 36, Greensburg 8 Clay Center 14, Minneapolis 13 CoWwater20,HavllandO Columbus 32, EkJon, Mo. 14 Concordla 30, Marysville 22 Conway Springs 62, Bluestem 8 Council Grove 6, Sallna Sacred Heart 0 Crest 24, LeRoy 22 De Solo 19, Perry-Lecompton 18 Dexter 36, Hartlord6 Dlghlon15,BuckllnO Douglass 18, Belle Plains 12 Eastern Heights 62, Mortand 6 El Dorado 39, Derby 34 Elkhart 20, Cimarron 7 Ell-Saline 53, Moundridge 12 Emporia 7, Topeka Seaman 6 Eureka 34, Yalss Center 6 Fllnthllls 62, Hamilton 12 Fort Scott 46, Coffsyville 0 Fredonla 18, Neodssha 12 Frontenac 67, NE Arma 12 Galena 27, Pitlsburg-Colgan 21 (2ot) Glrard41,CaneyO Great Bend 33, Wichita South 32 Glidley 52, Oswego 20 Grtnnell42,Natoma14 Mansion 62, Ingalls 6 Haven 42, Halstead 7 . Hays 12, Garden City 0 Healy-Utlca 48, Golden Plains 26 Hebron, Neb. 40, Valley Heights 6 Heringlon 38, Remington 12 Hemdon60,Belhune,Cok>. 18 Hill City 72, Plalnvllle 0 Hdslngton 38. Lamed 7 Hoteomb 48, Syracuse 30 Holton 14, Hiawatha 0 Hope 50, Bennlngton 8 Hoxle 25, Oberlm 0 Humboldt 26, Cherryvale 0 Hutchinson 20, McPherson 19 Hutchinson Trinity 22, Goessal 6 Immaculata 13, Basehor-Llnwood 7 lnman35,SedgW!ck14 Jackson Heights 32, Horton 8 KC Sumner 14, Alchison 7 KC Ward 36. Ottawa 11 KC Wyandotte 15, KC Center, Mo. 14 Kensington 52, Tlpton 6 Klngman29,Mulvane6 Labelte County 35, Independence 19 LaCrosse 46, Fairtield 0 Lakin 26, Hugolon 20 Lansing 14, Tonganoxle 12 Lawrence, Neb. 52, Jennings 6 Lebo37, Buriingamee Leoti 12, Subletle 0 . Lewis 53, Fowler 8 Liberal 21, Dodge City 0 Lincoln 42, Otis-Bison 6 Linn 32, St. Marys Academy 18 Logan 70, Downs 20 Loulsburg 28, Gardner-Edgerton 0 Lyndon 26, McLouth 8 Macksville 56, Central Christian 8 Madison 39, Waverry 16 Manhattan 35, Maize 0 Mankalo 55, North Central 8 Marals des Cygnes 36. Altoona Midway 0 Marion 15, Chase County 12 Mlnnecla44,Jalmore22 Moscow 44, Deertleld 42 Nemaha Valley 34, Maur Hill 0 Ness City 41, ElllnwoodO Newton 34, Arkansas City 6 Northern Valley 52, Palco 26 Norton 1 2, Tr ego 6 Oakley 24, Colby 20 Olalhe North 20, SM Northwest 15 Onaga 22, Washington 20 Osawalomie 42, Eudora 21 Oskakwsa 12, Highland 0 Paola27, We!lsv!l!«6 Phllllpsburg 13, Victoria 12 Pike Valley 44, While Rock 0 Pitlsburg 56, Spglld Parkview, Mo. 0 Pleasant Ridge 13, Jeff North 6 PiattW, ClearwaterO Pratt Skyline 48, South Barber 0 Protection 50, Pawnee Heights 12 Quivlra Heights 44, Stafford 12 Ransom 30, Bazine 26 Riverton 40, Erie 6 Rock Creek 54, Northern Heights 0 Rossville 51, Mission Valley 0 Sabetha34,JetlersonWesl14 St. Francis 22, Hofyoke, Colo. 10 SJ Belolt 62, Southern Cloud 14 SJ Military 50, Sallna Emmanuel Christian 26 St. Marys 20, Osage City 12 St. Paul 50, Elk Valley 6 Sallna Central 40, Junction City 0 Sallna South 36, Topeka High 12 Santa Fe Trail 28. KC Piper 7 Sharon Springs 50, Qulnter 6 Silver Lake 35, Wabaunsee 12 SM East 12, LeavenworthO SM Mlege 21 , SI. Thomas Aquinas 14 SM North 32, Olalhe South 8 SM West 49, Lawrence 14 Smith Center 50, Osbome 0 Smoky Valley 22, Lyons 0 SE Saline 41, Russell 22 SW Heights 23, Stanton County 6 SpearviiloW, Holla 20 Spring Hill 21, Prairie View 20 Stockton 18, Ellis 14 Sylvan 68, Chase 22 Tescott 40, Solomon 14 Topeka Hayden 64, Topeka Wash- Topeka West 27, Topeka Highland Park 21 Triplains 32, Tribune 28 Troy 16, Rltey County 6 Ulysses 21, Scott Crry 6 Valley Center 26, Andale 13 Waconda East 76, Jewell 39 Wellington 20. Andover 13 West Elk 16, Udall8 Wichita Carroll 41, Wichita North 13 Wichita Collegiate 22, Hlllsboro 18 Wichita Kapaun 33, Wichita East 6 Wichita West 7, Wichita Heights 3 Williamsburg28,Thayer22 Wilson 34, Lucas-Luray 32 WMeld 28. Wichita Campus 14 SPORTS DIGEST Sampras, Rafter to play for $6 million pot today By The Associated Press : __ MUNICH, Germany — Pete Sampras was pelted by 37 aces from the fastest server in tennis on Saturday but defeated Greg Ruseds- ki in four sets to earn a shot at the jackpot in the $6 million Grand Slam Cup finals. Sampras proved steadier in the tiebreaks and won 3-6, 7-6 (7-1), 76 (7-4), 6-2. In today's final, with a $1.5 million prize at stake, he will face Patrick Rafter. "When he's serving like that all you can do is pray for rain," Sampras said. "Unfortunately we were playing indoors." Rafter, the U.S. Open champion, needed four match points to win a 4-hour, 17 minute marathbn against Petr Korda. The Aussie won 7-5, 3-6, 6-7 (47), 7-6 (7-4), 9-7 after Korda slammed a lob into the net. Rafter, who is guaranteed $1 million after his semifinal victory, has moved from No. 63 to No. 3 in the world. SAMPRAS Auto pacing NUERBURGRING, Germany — Mika Hakkinen of Finland, driving a McLaren-Mercedes, left behind the two Williams-Renault cars and grabbed the first pole position of his career in , qualifying Saturday for the Grand Prix of Luxembourg. In today's race, Hakkinen has the opportunity to celebrate his 29th birthday with his first! Formula One victory. Football CHAPEL HILL, N.C. — James Knight, a foot- : ball official working the Virginia-North Carolina game, had a heart attack and collapsed in the second quarter Saturday. Dr. Greg Mears, who trea't- ed Knight, 51, on the stadium turf and then ac- ; companied him to the hospital, said the official was in critical condition and would be expected to face surgery within the next 24 hours. "It looks like a cardiac arrest," Mears said later during a; news conference with reporters. "He was unre- • sponsive (on the field). He was taking a few breaths of air, that was it." Knight, an official for 21 years in the Atlantic Coast Conference, fell flat on his back as North Carolina was lining up to run a first-down play with 13:57 left in the second quarter. Trainers from both teams, along with medical personnel at Kenan Stadium, rushed onto the field to administer CPR as Knight laid md- tionless and the crowd grew quiet. • Golf MILTON, Fla. — Isao Aoki shot a Senior PGA; Tour record 60 Saturday in the second round of I the Emerald Coast Classic, breaking the previotis low of 61 shared by five others. "I didn't start i thinking about 59 until I made a birdie at 16," said Aoki, who parred the final two holes. "I was a little nervous at 17 and 18." Aoki made 10. ; birdies and missed a 59 when a birdie putt at- • tempt fell a foot short on No. 18. The PGA record for the best round is 59, set by Al Geiberger in < 1977 and Chip Beck in 1991. Aoki's 10-under-par! finish left him at 9-under 131 and the early sec- ; ond-round lead at The Moors Golf Club. j ENDICOTT, N.Y. — Stewart Cink followed a ! second-round 64 with a 5-under-par 67 Saturday and held a one-shot lead over three players heading into the final round of the B.C. Open. Cink, [ who won the Greater Hartford Open in July for! his first PGA Tour title, had a 54-hole total of 12' under 204. Brian Claar shot a 65 Saturday and > moved into a second-place tie with Gabriel Hjertstedt of Sweden and Robert Gamez. ; Running NEW YORK — Isaac Viciosa of Spain and : Paula Radcliffe of Britain accomplished on Saturday what no other runners had done in the 17- ! year history of the Fifth Avenue Mile. Viciosa became the first to win the men's elite race three : consecutive years, and Radcliffe became the fir$t to win the women's elite race two straight years. Viciosa completed the run down one of the world's most renowned avenues in 3 minutes, 53.66 seconds. He edged Anthony Whiteman of , Britain, the runner-up in 3:53.85, in a tactical , race. Radcliffe was clocked in a career-best 4:22.96, holding off 1995 champion Sinead Delahunty of Ireland, the runner-up in 4:24.87. Tennis LEIPZIG, Germany — Martina Hingis, the world's top-ranked player and winner of three Grand Slam tournaments in 1997, sustained only her third loss in 72 matches this season Saturday. South Africa's Amanda Coetzer upset Hingis 6-4; 4-6,7-6 (7-3) in the semifinals of the Leipzig Open. "I'm disappointed," said Hingis, who will be 17 Tuesday. "But the world doesn't end with this defeat. I'm not a machine." Hingis said she was tired, "but I don't want to use that as an excuse. Amanda was just better today." Coetzer will face the world's second-ranked player, Jana Novotna of the Czech Republic, in today's final. General MELBOURNE, Australia — Adelaide's Darren Jatman kicked five goals in the fourth quarter to lead ' ' the Crows to their first Australian Football League premiership Saturday with a 19.11 (125) to 13.16 (94) victory over St. Kilda. Jarman, who finished with six goals, helped Adelaide overcome a 13-point halftime deficit to the Saints in front of 99,600 fans at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Brown Mackle athletic department 785-825-5422 ! Bethany athletic department 785-227-3311 Fort Hays State athletic department 785428-4050 • Heart ol America Sports Camps .785-8274229 Heartland Part Topeka ticket office 785-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-9400 . Kansas City Royals ticket oUtee 800-676-9267 Kansas Stale University ticket office 800-221-2267 Kansas Wesleyan athletic department 785-827-5541 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Haye otllce/llshlng report) 785428-6614 '. 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