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SATURDAY, JANUARY 27. 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD Football Super Bowl INJURY REPORT DALLAS VS. PITTSBURGH - Cowboys: DE diaries Haley (back), QB Troy Alkman (elbow- krfees), TE Eric Bkimson (lower abdominal stpln), CB Larry Brown (shoulder), DE Shante Carver (hand), LB Dlxon Edwards (right pectoral stfein), FB Daryl Johnston (elbow), FB David Lahg (knee), S Brock Marlon (thumb), DT Russe|l Maryland (foot), G Nate Newton (knee), TE Jay Novacek (knee), RB Emmrtt Smith (calf), DE Tony Tolbert (knee), T Erik Williams (knee- thumb), WR Kevin Williams (shoulder) are probable. Sleelers: CB Rod Woodson (knee), Corey Holliday (hand), WR Yancey Thlgpen (shoulder), WR Andre Hastings (quadricep) are probable. HARRAH'S ODDS RENO, Nev — Updated odds for the Super Bowl from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: Jan. 28 Super Bowl At Tempe, Ariz. Dallas minus 13Vi vs. Pittsburgh INDIVIDUAL RECORDS SCORING Most Points, Lifetime — 42, Jerry Rice, San FrSncisco. Most Points, Game — 18, Roger Craig, San Francisco vs. Miami, 1985; Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990 and vs. San Diego, 1965; Ricky Walters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995. Most Touchdowns, Lifetime — 7, Jerry Rice, San Francisco. Most Touchdowns, Game — 3, Roger Craig, Sah Francisco vs. Miami, 1985; Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver 1990 and vs. San Diego, 1995; Ricky Walters, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995. Most Points After Touchdown, Lifetime — 9, Mike Cofer, San Francisco. Most Points After Touchdown, Game — 7, Mike Coler, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990; Un Elliott, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993; Doug Brien, San Frtncisco vs. San Diego, 1995. tyost Field Goals, Lifetime — 5, Ray Wer- schlng, San Francisco. Most Field Goals, Game — 4, Don Chandler, Green Bay vs. Oakland, 1968; Ray Worsening, Sap Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1982. longest Field Goal — 54, Steve Christie, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1994. Most Safeties — 1, Dwlght White, Pittsburgh vs. Minnesota, 1975; Reggie Harrison, Pittsburgh vs. Dallas. 1976; Henry Waechter, Chicago vs. New England, 1986; George Martin, New York vs. Denver, 1987; Bruce Smith, Buffalo vs. New York, 1991. RUSHING Most Attempts, Lifetime—101, Franco Harris, Pittsburgh. Most Attempts, Game — 38, John Rlgglns, Washington vs. Miami, 1983. Most Yards Gained, Lifetime — 354, Franco Harris, Pittsburgh. Most Yards Gained, Game—204, Tim Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988. Longest Gain — 74, Marcus Allen, L.A. Raiders vs. Washington, 1984. Most Touchdowns, Lifetime — 4, Franco Harris, Pittsburgh; Thurman Thomas, Buffalo. Most Touchdowns, Game — 2, Ell|ah Pitts, Green Bay vs. Kansas City, 1967; Larry Csonka, Miami vs. Minnesota, 1974; Pete Banaszak, Oakland vs. Minnesota, 1977; Franco Harris, Pittsburgh vs. LA. Rams, 1980; Marcus Allen, LA Raiders vs. Washington, 1984; Jim McMa- hoi), Chicago vs. New England, 1986; Tim Smith, Washington vs. Denver, 1988; Tom Rathman, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990; Gerald Riggs, Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992; Emmltt Smith, Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1994. PASSING Most Attempts, Lifetime —145, Jim Kelly, Buffalo. Most Attempts, Game — 58, Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992. Most Completions, Lifetime — 83, Joe Montana, San Francisco. Most Completions, Game — 31, Jim Kelly, Bujalo vs. Dallas, 1993. Highest Completion Percentage, Lifetime — 71.9, Troy Alkman, Dallas. Highest Completion Percentage, Game — 88.p, Phil Slmms, New York Giants vs. Denver, 1987. Most Yards Gained, Lifetime — 1,142, Joe Montana, San Francisco. Most Yards Gained, Game — 357, Joe Montana, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989. Mosl Touchdowns, Lifetime — 11, Joe Montana, San Francisco. Most Touchdowns, Game — 6, Steve Young, San Francisco vs. San Diego, 1995. Most Had Intercepted, Lifetime — 7, Craig Morton, Dallas-Denver; Jim Kelly, Buffalo. Most Had Intercepted, Game — 4, Craig Morton, Denver vs. Dallas, 1978; Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992. Longest Completion — 80, Jim Flunked (to Kenny King), LA.-Raiders vs. Philadelphia, 1981; Doug Williams (to Ricky Sanders), Washington vs. Denver, 1988. RECEIVING Most Receptions, Lifetime — 28, Jerry Rice, San Francisco. Most Receptions, Game — 11, Dan Ross, Cincinnati vs. San Francisco, 1982; Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989. Most Yards, Lifetime — 512, Jeny Rice, San Francisco. Most Yards, Game — 215, Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989. Most Touchdowns, Lifetime — 7, Jerry Rice, San Francisco. Most Touchdowns, Game — 3, Jerry Rice, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990. Longest Reception — 80, Kenny King (from Jim, Plunked). LA. Raiders vs. Philadelphia, 198H; Ricky Sanders (from Doug Williams), Washington vs. Denver, 1988. FUMBLES Mpst By, Lifetime — 5, Roger Staubach. Dal las., Most By, Game — 3, Roger Staubach, Dallas vs. Pittsburgh, 1976; Jim Kelly, Buffalo vs. Washington, 1992; Frank Reich, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1993. INTERCEPTIONS Most By, Lifetime — 3, Chuck Howley, Dallas; Rod Martin. Oakland. Most By, Game — 3, Rod Martin, Oakland vs. Philadelphia, 1981. TEAM RECORDS SCORING Most Points, Game — 55, San Francisco vs. Denver, 1990. Fewest Points, Game — 3, Miami vs. Dallas, 1972. Most Points, Both Teams, Game — 75, San Francisco (49), San Diego (26), 1995. Fewest Points, Both Teams, Game — 21, Miami (14), Washington (7), 1973. Largest Margin ol Victory — 45 — San Francisco vs. Denver (55-10), 1990. ' YARDS GAINED Most Nel Yards Gained. Game — 602, Washington vs. Denver, 1988. Fewest Nel Yards Gained, Game — 119, Minnesota vs. Pittsburgh, 1975. Most Rushing Yards, Game — 280, Washington vs. Denver, 1988. Fewest Rushing Yards, Game — 7, New England vs. Chicago, 1986. Most Passing Yards. Game — 341, San Francisco vs. Cincinnati, 1989. Fewest Passing Yards, Game — 35, Denver vs. Dallas, 1978. FUMBLES Mosl Fumbles, Game — 8, Buffalo vs. Dallas, 1993. INTERCEPTIONS Most Interceptions By, Game — 4, New York Jets vs. Baltimore, 1969; Dallas vs. Denver, 1978; Washington vs. Buffalo, 1992; Dallas vs. Buffalo, 1993. GAME-BY-GAME RESULTS PITTSBURGH STEELERS Regular Season WON 11, LOST 5 23 Detroit 20 34 at Houston 17 W at Miami 23 24 Minnesota 44 31 San Diego 18 16 at Jacksonville 20 Cincinnati ' 27 24 Jacksonville 7 37 at Chicago 34 20 Cleveland 3 49 at Cincinnati 31 20 at Cleveland 17 21 Houston 7 29 at Oakland 10 41 New England 27 19 at Green Bay 24 Divisional Playoff 40 Buffalo 21 AFC Championship 20 Indianapolis 16 DALLAS COWBOYS Regular Season WON 12, LOST 4 35 at New York Giants 0 31 Denver 21 23 at Minnesota 17 34 An'zona 20 23 at Washington 27 34 Green Bay 24 23 at San Diego 9 28 at Atlanta 13 34 Philadelphia 12 20 San Francisco 38 34 at Oakland 21 24 Kansas City 12 17 Washington 24 17 at Philadelphia 20 21 New York Giants 20 37 at Arizona 13 Divisional Playoff 30 Philadelphia 11 NFC Championship 38 Green Bay 27 Todays schedule Golf PGA scores PHOENIX OPEN SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Scores Friday from the third round $1.3 million Phoenix Open, on the 6,992-yard, par-71 TPC of Scoltsdale: Justin Leonard 67-67-66—200 -13 Don Popley 68-67-67—202 -11 Tom Scherrer 67-70-65—202 -11 Phil Mlckelson 69-67-66—202 -11 Jesper Pamevlk 67-66-71—204 -9 Kenny Perry 69-69-66—204 -9 Woody Austin 65-67-72—204 -9 Barry Lane 68-68*9—205 -8 Blalne McCallister 69-69-87—205 -8 John Wilson 67-71-67—205 -8 Rocco Mediate 70-67-68—205 -8 Tom Watson ' 68-71-66—205 -8 Scott Hoch 71-87-87—205 -8 Steve Jones 67-67-72—206 -7 Vijay Singh 68-69-69-*206 -7 Bob Tway 66-71-69—206 -7 Andrew Magee 68-S9-69—206 -7 Jay Don Blake 67-72-67—206 -7 Scon Simpson • 67-71-68—206 -7 Ted Tryba 72-68-67—207 -6 Jeff Sluman 70-70-67—207 -6 Doug Martin ' 68-69-70—207 -6 Charlie Rymer 69-71-67—207 -6 Dan Pohl 66-72-69—207 -6 David Duval 68-70-69—207 -6 Sandy Lyle 68-72-67—207 -6 Fred Funk 68-70-69—207 -6 Lee Janzen 69-69-70—208 -5 Mark Wiebe 70-71-67—208 -5 Rick Fehr 69-71-68—208 -5 Brandel Chamblee 69-71-68—208 -5 Mark Brooks 68-73-67—208 -5 David Frost 69-70-69—208 -5 Joe Acosta Jr. 67-73-68—208 -5 Scott Gump 69-71-68—208 -5 Howard Twitty 66-73-70—209 -4 Kelly Gibson 73-68-68—209 -4 Michael Bradley 69-69-71—209 -4 Billy Mayfalr 73-68-68—209 -4 Mark Calcavecchla 72-69-68—209 -4 Bruce Lietzke 69-70-71—210 -3 Scott McCarron 71-69-70—210 -3 Payne Stewart 68-71-71—210 -3 John Morse 70-70-70—210 -3 Paul Azlnger 69-71-70—210 -3 Chris Smith 71-67-72—210 -3 Franklin Langham 64-74-72—210 -3 Joey Gullion 65-75-70—210 -3 Curt Byrum 69-69-72—210 -3 Mike Standly 71-66-73—210 -3 Robert Gamez 73-69-68—210 -3 Tom Purtzer 70-68-73—211 -2 Mike Brisky 68-73-70—211 -2 Craig Stadler 68-73-70—211 -2 Olln Browne 69-72-70—211 -2 Jerry Kelly 71-71-69—211 -2 European Tour WALKER CLASSIC SINGAPORE — Leading scores Friday after the second round of the PGA European Tour's $906,000 Johnnie Walker Classic, on the Tanah Merah Country Club's 7,001-yard, par-72 Garden Course: Ernie Els, South Africa 67-67—134 Olle Karisson, Sweden 66-69—135 Paul Bales, England 69-67—136 Fred Couples, U.S. 68-69—137 Ian Woosnam, Wales 69-68—137 Wayne Rlley, Australia 70-67—137 Andrew Collar), Scotland 69-68—137 Darren Clarke, N.lreland 69-70—137 Anthony Painter, Australia 67-70—137 Robert Willis, Australia 73-65—137 David Mckenzie, Australia 68-70—138 Bradley Hughes, Australia 66-72—138 Paul Curry, England 66-79—138 Howard Clark, England 70-68—138 Isao Aokl, Japan 70-68—138 Stephen Ames, Trinidad 68-70—138 Zaw Moe, Burma 68-70—138 ALSO Perry Moss, U.S. 69-71—140 John Daly, U.S. 67-73—140 Jim Payne, England 73-68—141 Jack O'Keefe, U.S. 70-72—142 Bemhard Langer, Germany 68-74—142 Gary Nttlaus, U.S. 71-72—143 Peter Teravainen, U.S. 73-74—147 Auto racing Indy cars INDY 200 LAKE BUENA VISTA, Fla. — The revised lineup for today's Indy 200 at Walt Disney World Speedway, with driver, hometown or country, type of car and qualifying speed in mph: 1. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., 1995 Lola-Ford, 181.388. 2. Roberto Guerrero, San Juan Capistrano, Calif., 1994 Reynard-Ford, 178.130. 3. Arie Luyendyk, Scottsdale, Ariz., 1995 Reynard-Ford, 177.296. 4. Scott Sharp, East Norwalk, Conn., 1995 Lo- SATURDAY, JANUARY 27 BASKETBALL Kansas Slate at Missouri, 3p.m. Wichita State at Illinois State, 8 p.m. Fort Haya State at Adams Stale, 7-9 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor, 6-8 p.m. Bethany at Friends, 6-8 p.m. Haskell women at Brown Mackle, 5:30 p.m. Cloud County at Highland, 5:30 p.m.-7:30 p.m. Sacred Heart girls at Berean Academy Tournament Sallna Central girls at Newton Toumamen Ell-Saline girls at Minneapolis Tournament WRESTLING Sallna South, Sallna Central at Junction City, 9:30 a.m. Tonights games KANSAS WESLEYAN MEN AT TABOR WHEN — 8 p.m. WHERE—Tabor College, Hlllsboro RECORDS — Kansas Wesleyan 6-11 overall, 4-4 KCAC; Tabor 12-6,8-0 KANSAS WESLEYAN WOMEN AT TABOR WHEN-6p.m. WHERE — Tabor College, Hlllsboro RECORDS — Kansas Weslyan 7-9 overall, 2-6 KCAC; Tabor 4-13,2-6 FRIENDS MEN AT BETHANY WHEN-8p.m. WHERE — Hahn Gymnasium, Llndsborg RECORDS — Bethany men 2-16 overall, 0-8 KCAC; Friends 7-11,6-2 FRIENDS WOMEN AT BETHANY WHEN — 6 p.m. WHERE — Hahn Gymnasium, Llndsborg RECORDS — Bethany 14-2 overall, 6-2 KCAC; Friends 10-8, 5-3 HASKELL WOMEN AT BROWN MACKIE WHEN — 5:30 p.m. WHERE — Muir Gymnasium, Kansas Wesleyan University, Sallna RECORDS — Brown Mackle 11-11; Haskell 1-7 ELL-SALINE GIRLS VS. CLAY CENTER WHEN —3p.m. WHERE — Minneapolis. RECORDS — Ell-Saline 9-3; Clay Center 9-4. la-Ford, 176.211. 5. Buzz Calkins, Denver,'1995 Reynard-Ford, 175.464. 6. Davey Hamilton, Boise, Idaho, 1995 Lola- Ford, 175.293. 7. Tony Stewart, Rusfwllle, Ind., 1995-Lola- Menard, 174.654. 8. Stan Wattles, Sewalls Point, Fla., 1994 Lola-Ford, 173.477, 9. Stephen Gregoire, France, 1995 Reynard- Ford, 173.244. 10. Scott Brayton, Coldwater, Mich., 1995 Lola-Menard, 173.185. 11. Lyn St. James, Daylona Beach, Fla., 1994 Lola-Ford, 171.111. 12. Mike Graff, Los Angeles, 1995 Lola-Ford, 170.657. 13. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Pointe, Mich., 1994 Reynard-Ford, 170.560. 14. Mlchele Alboreto, Italy, 1995 Lola-Ford, 170.446. 15. Johnny O'Connell, Chandler, Ariz., 1995 Reynard-Ford, 167.738. 16. John Paul Jr., West Palm Beach, Fla., 1993 Lola-Menard, 160.242. 17. Johnny Parsons Jr., Indianapolis, 1993 Lola-Menard, 153.512. 18. David Kudrave, La Canada, Calif., 1992 Lola-Bulck, 146.353. 19. x-Richie Heam, Canyon Country, Calif., 1995 Reynard-Ford, no speed. 20. x-Eddle Cheever, Aspen, Colo., 1995 Lola- Menard, no speed. x-Starting in backup car after crash In practice. Basketball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB Orlando 30 11 .732 —, New York 25 15 .625 ^h Washington 20 21 .488 10 Miami 16 23 .439 12 New Jersey 17 24 .415 13 Boston 15 26 .366 15 Philadelphia 7 33 .175 22'A Central Division Chicago 37 3 .925 — Indiana 27 14 .659 10% Atlanta 24 17 .585 13'A Cleveland 22 18 .550 15 Detroit 21 18 .538 15% Charlotte 19 21 .475 18 Milwaukee 15 25 .375 22 Toronto 12 29 .293 25 V4 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Dlvlilon W L Pet GB San Antonio 27 13 .675 — Houston 28 15 .651 % Utah 26 14 .650 1 Denver 16 25 .390 11% Dallas 13 26 .333 13'/4 Minnesota 11 28 .282 15'/4 Vancouver 10 31 .244 17% Pacific Division Seattle 29 11 .725 — Sacramento 22 15 .595 5% L.A. Lakers 23 .18 .561 6% Portland . 20 21 .488 9% Phoenix 17 22 .436 11% Golden State 17 23 .425 12 L.A. Clippers 16 24 .400 13 Thursday's Games Washington 120, Houston 85 Detroit 93, Dallas 92 Vancouver 106, Toronto 101, OT LA. Clippers 94, Denver 93 Friday's Games Indiana 107, Boston 90 New Jersey 115, Charlotte 107 Atlanta 96, Orlando 84 LA. Lakers 100, Philadelphia 68 Chicago 102, Miami 80 Phoenix 107, Milwaukee 97 San Antonio 87, Portland 83 Seattle 94, Utah 93 Sacramento at Golden State (n) Saturday's Games Minnesota at New York, 6:30 p.m. LA. Lakers at New Jersey, 6:30 p.m. Vancouver at Washington, 6:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Charlotte, 6:30 p.m. Miami at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Orlando at Indiana, 6:30 p.m. Portland at Dallas, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Toronto at Denver, 6 p.m. Golden State at Utah, 6 p.m. Seattle at LA. Clippers at Anaheim, Calif., 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores SPURS 87, BLAZERS S3 PORTLAND (83) Grant 11-20 1-3 24, C.Robinson 7-14 0-2 18, Dudley 1-5 3-6 5, McKie 4-15 3-6 11, Strickland 6-13 0-0 12, J.Robinson 0-5 0-0 0, Williams 1-3 0-0 2, Sabonis 3-144-611, Trent 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 33-90 11 -23 83. SAN ANTONIO (87) Elliott 2-14 7-12 12, Person 8-17 2-2 21, D.Robinson 8-21 4-10 20, Del Negro 5-11 6-6 16, Johnson 2-5 2-2 6, Rivers 3-7 0-0 6, Perdue 2-2 0-0 4, Alexander 1-3 0-0 2, Lohaus 0-0 0-0 0, Anderson 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 31-80 21-32 87. Portland 18 15 26 24—83 San Antonio 16 19 25 27-S7 3-Polnt goals—Portland 6-19 (C.Robinson 47, Grant 1-4, Sabonis 1-4, Strickland 0-1, J.Robinson 0-3), San Antonio 4-22 (Person 3- 10, Elliott 1-6, Rivers 0-1, Alexander 0-2,.Del Negro 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Portland 64 (Dudley 12), San Antonio 65 (D.Robinson 21). Assists—Portland 18 (Strickland 13), San Antonio 24 (Johnson 8). Total fouls—Portland 28, San Antonio 23. Techni- cals—San Antonio coach Hill 2. Elections—Hill. A—15,927(20,662). SUNS 107, BUCKS 97 PHOENIX (107) Barkley 6-11 8-9 20, Rnley 3-9 10-10 16, Green 5-55-615, Johnson 4-8 6-714, Person 813 2-2 18, Tisdale 3* 4-4 10, Perry 4-7 0-2 8, Carr 2-3 0-0 4, Wood 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 36-64 3540107. MILWAUKEE (97) Baker 14-19 1-2 30, Robinson 6-14 2-3 15, Cummings 1 -5 0-0 2, Douglas 8-101-217, Newman 3-7 00 8, Conlon 5-8 3-413, Benjamin 1-4 0-0 2, Respert 3-8 0-0 7, Maybeny 1-51-3 3, Reynolds 0-10-0 0, Duckworth 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 42-838-1497. Phoenix 37 23 24 23—107 Milwaukee 33 11 26 27— 97 3-Polnt goals—Phoenix 0-5 (Barkley 0-1, Finley 0-1, Carr 0-1, Person 0-2), Milwaukee 5-13 (Newman 2-4, Baker 1-1, Robinson 1-2, Respert 1-4, Maybeny 0-1; Reynolds 0-1). Fouled out— Cummings. Rebounds—Phoenix 47-(Barkley 15), Milwaukee 33 (Baker 8). Assists—Phoenix 23 (Flnley, Johnson 8), Milwaukee 23 (Robinson 7). Total fouls—Phoenix 19, Milwaukee 29. Technicals—Green, Robinson. A—18,633 (18,633). ' HAWKS 96, MAGIC 84 ORLANDO (84) ' Scott 7-13 0-019, Wolf 3-8 0-0 6, O'Neal 8-14 4-10 20, Anderson 3-110-08, Hardaway 4-1455 16, Shaw 2-5 4-4 8, Vaughn 0-0 0-0 0, Bowie 1-3 0-0 2, Turner 1-2 2-2 5. Totals 29-70 15-21 84. ATLANTA (96) Augmon 2-8 2-3 6, Long 5-91 -211, Lang 4-14 0-0 8, Smith 8-17 3-4 22, Blaylock 7-16 3-4 21, Ehlo 6-8 0-0 15, Henderson 3-5 0-0 6, Webb 26 2-3 7. Totals 37-83 11-16 96. Orlando 27 22 23 12—84 Atlanta 22 25 21 28—96 3-Polnt goals—Orlando T1-25 (Scott 5-8, Hardaway 3-7, Anderson 2-7, Turner 1-1, Shaw 0-1, Boiwe 0-1), Atlanta 11-25 (Blaylock 4-11, Ehlo 3-5, Smith 3-7, Webb 1-1, Long 0-1).Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Orlando 46 (O'Neal, Anderson 10), Atlanta 52 (Long 11). Assists—Orlando 19 (Anderson, Hardaway 5), Atlanta 25 (Blaylock 11). Total fouls—Orlando 17, Atlanta 19. Technical—Orlando illegal defense. A—16,378 (16,378). SONICS 94, JAZZ 93 UTAH (93) Benolt 1-4 0-2 2, Malone 10-26 3-4 23, Spencer 3-4 4-5 10, Homacek 9-13 6-6 27, Stockton 5-10 0-0 12, Elsley 2-9 1-1 6, Carr 1-6 5-6 7, Keefe 1-3 2-2 4, Foster 1-4 0-0 2. Totals 33-7921-2693. SEATTLE (94) Kemp 2-9 6-810, McMillan 2-5 OX) 6, Johnson 2-21-4 5, Hawkins 7-12 0-016, Payton 10-16 22 24, Schrempf 4-9 4-4 15, Askew 4-6 0-1 8, Perkins 2-8 3-3 8, Brickowskl 0-3 2-2 2. Totals 33-7018-2494.' Utah 27 22 24 20—93 Seattle 29 19 26 20—94 3-Point goals—Utah 6-14 (Hornacek 3-5, Stockton 2-4, Eisley 1-3, Benoit 0-2), Seattle 1020 (Schrempf 3-4, Payton 2-3,.Hawkins 2-3, McMillan 2-4, Perkins 1-5, Brickowski' 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Utah 50 (Keefe, Malone 10), Seattle 44 (Kemp 12). Assists— Utah 18 (Stockton 6), Seattle 21 (Hawkins, Payton 5). Total fouls—Utah 21, Seattle 21. Techni- cals—Hawkins, Seattle Illegal defense. A— 17,072 (17,072). NETS 115, HORNETS 107 CHARLOTTE (107) Johnson 5-13 3-4 13, Curry 7-18 3-7 19, Gelger 6-9 0-0 12, Rice 11-20 7-10 34, Anderson 2-7 4-6 8, Hancock 7-9 1-215, Zidek 0-0 22 2, Addison 1-6 2-2 4, Goldwire 0-6 0-0 0, Parish 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 39-89 22-33 107. NEW JERSEY (115) Brown 8-14 2-4 18, Gilllam 7-16 8-9 22, Bradley 7-13 2-4 16, Gill 10-16 9-11 30, Childs 1-1 1-2 3, Fleming 2-10 2-2 6, Williams 5-8 4-4 14, Curry 2-2 0-0 4, Mahorn 0-0 0-0 0, Graham 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 43-84 28-36 115. Charlotte 35 28 13 31—107 New Jersey 27 40 29 19—115 3-Polnt goals—Charlotte 7-26 (Rice 5-11, Curry 2-9, Goldwire 0-1, Johnson 0-2, Anderson 03), New Jersey 1-3 (Gilllam 1-2, Fleming 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Charlotte 47 (Geiger 8), New Jersey 63 (Williams 12). Assists—Charlotte 27 (Anderson 16), New Jersey 22 (Fleming 8). Total fouls—Chartotta 27, New Jersey 24. Technicals—New Jersey coach Beard, Charlotte Illegal defense 2, New Jersey Illegal defense. A—18,149 (20,029). PACERS 107, CELTICS 90 INDIANA (107) McKey 9-17 5-6 23, D.Davis 4-7 0-0 6, A.Davls 8-13 5-7 21, Jackson 4-10 0-0 9, Miller 9-18 3-4 22, Caldwell 2-2 0-0 4, Johnson 3-8 0-0 6, Workman 1-3 0-0 2, Pierce 5-7 0-1 10, Ferrell 0-0 00, Best 1-1 0-0 2. Totals 46-8613-18 107. BOSTON (90) Radja 12-232-8 26, Fox 3-61-28, Montross 36 0-2 6, Wesley 2-5 1-1 6, Day 3-12 0-0 7, Ellison 1-31-2 3, Barros 4-10 0-1 10, Brown 5-911 13, Williams 2-8 7-911, Lister 0-2 0-0 0, Burrough 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-85 13-26 90. Indiana 27 20 29 31—107 Boston 20 30 19 21— 90 3-Polnt goals—Indiana 2-11 (Jackson 1-3, Miller 1-7, Johnson 0-1), Boston 7-19 (Barros 25, .Brown 2-5, Wesley 1-1, Fox 1-3, Day 1-4, Williams 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Indiana 57 (A.Davls 13), Boston 51 (Ellison 9). Assists—Indiana 29 (Workman 6), Boston 18 (Fox 5). Total fouls—Indiana 20, Boston 21. Technicals—A.Davls, Wesley 2, Indiana Illegal defense, 2. Ejection—Wesley. A—18,824 (16,624). LAKERS 100, SIXERS 88 LOS ANGELES (100) Ceballos 14-20 34 31, Campbell 5-9 4-1014, Drvac 4-91-2 9, Jones 5-14 4-416, Van Exel 814 4-5 19, Peeler 2-4 0-0 4, Strong 0-21-21, Lynch 1-3 0-0 2, Threat! 2-4 0-0 4, Totals 39-79 17-27 100. PHILADELPHIA (88) Alston 5-7 0-1 10, Weatherspoon 10-16 3-4 23, Thompson 1-4 0-0 2, Stackhouse 2-7 OX) 5, Puffin 1-6 0-0 3, Wright 00 0-0 0, Maxwell 9-21 3-4 26, Dumas 2-3 0-0 4, Sutton 5-6 0-013, Hlg- gins 0-3 2-2 2, Walters 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 35-76 81186. Los Angeles 37 15 22 26—100 Philadelphia 17 21 21 29— 88 3-Polnt goals—Los Angeles 5-19 (Van Exel 38, Jones 2-8, Threat! 0-1, Peeler 0-2), Philadelphia 10-21 (Maxwell 5-9, Sutton 3-5, Stackhouse 1-2, Puffin 1-4, Walters 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Los Angeles 63 (Campbell 18), Philadelphia 31 (Weatherspoon 9). Assists—Los Angeles 21 (Dlvac 7), Philadelphia 27 (Sutton 5). Total fouls—Los Angeles 18, Philadelphia 23. Technicals—Weatherspoon, Thompson. A—16,129 (18,168). BULLS 102, HEAT 80 MIAMI (80) Owens 2-9 0-3 4, Willis 1-3 2-4 4, Mourning 39 6-8 12, Chapman 2-5 2-4 7, Coles 2-9 4-5 8, Thomas 5-8 3-413, Myers 3-6 0-0 6, Asklns 3-6 0-0 7, Schayes 4-6 1-1 9, Lenard 1-51-1 4, Rencher 1-3 4-4 6. Totals 27-69 23-34 80. CHICAGO (102) Plppen 6-15 2-5 17, Rodman 2-2 2-4 7, Longley 1-6 0-0 2, Harper 3-7 1-1 7, Jordan 10-21 45 25, Kerr 3-7 4-4 12, Kukoc 5-10 7-10 17, Buechler 1-1 1-2 3, Caffey 3-5 0-4 6, Wennlng- ton 2-3 0-0 4, Brown 0-4 0-0 0, Slmpklns 0-2 22 2. Totals 36-83 23-37102. Miami 12 17 24 27—80 Chicago 22 26 29 25—102 3-Polnt goals—Miami 3-11 (Chapman 1-2, Lenard 1-3, Askins 1-4, Coles, 0-2), Chicago 717 (Plppen 3-8, Kerr 2-4, Rodman 1-1, Jordan 13, Caffey 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds- Miami 52 (Mourning 10), Cblcage 62 (Rodman 16). Assists—Miami 16 (Mourning 4), Chicago 26 (Plppen, Rodman 5). Total fouls—Miami 36, Chicago 30. Technicals—Miami assistant coach Robertson, Willis, Rodman, Caffey. Flagrant fouls—Rodman. Elections—Miami assistant coach Robertson. A—23,814 (21,771). Big Eight standings MEN Conference All Game* W L W L Kansas 30 15 1 Kansas State 41 13 4 Nebraska 3 1 15' 4 Iowa State -31 14 4 Missouri 22 12 6 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Oklahoma State 04 10 6 Colorado 05 5 11 This week's schedule Monday - Kansas 72, Oklahoma 66. Wednesday - Nebraska 76, Missouri 58; Kansas State 62, Oklahoma State 59; Iowa State 75, Colorado 63. Saturday - Oklahoma at Iowa State, 12:45 p.m.; Kansas State at Missouri, 3 p.m. Sunday - Kansas at Nebraska, 2 p.m. WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 41 17 4 isas 42 11 7 Oklahoma State • 3 2 , 13 3 Nebraska 33 13 5 Kansas State 33 11 9 Missouri 23 11 6 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Iowa State 15 13 5 This week's schedule Tuesday - Arkansas'State 73, Kansas State 64 (ot); Missouri 78, Iowa State 67. Friday - Colorado at Oklahoma Stale, 7 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Sunday - Nebraska at Iowa State, 2 p.m.; Colorado al Oklahoma, 2 p.m.; Kansas at Kansas State, 2 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m. Big Eight standings MEN Conference All Games W L W L Kansas 30 15 1 Kansas State 41 13 4 Nebraska 31 15 4 Iowa State 31 14 4 Missouri 22 12 8 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Oklahoma State 04 10 6 Colorado 0 5 5 ' 11 This week's schedule Monday - Kansas 72, Oklahoma 66. Wednesday - Nebraska 76, Missouri 58; Kansas State 62, Oklahoma State 59; Iowa State 75, Colorado 63. Saturday - Oklahoma at Iowa Stale, 12:45 p.m.; Kansas State at Missouri, 3 p.m. Sunday - Kansas at Nebraska, 2 p.m. WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Colorado 41 17 4 Kansas 42 11-7 Oklahoma State 32 13 3 Nebraska 33 13 5 Kansas State 33 11 9 Missouri 23 11 6 Oklahoma 23 10 7 Iowa State 15 13 5 This week's schedule Tuesday - Arkansas Stale 73, Kansas State 64 (ol); Missouri 78, Iowa State 67. Friday - Colorado at Oklahoma State, 7 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma, 7 p.m. Sunday - Nebraska at Iowa State, 2 p.m.; Colorado at Oklahoma, 2 p.m.; Kansas at Kansas State, 2 p.m.; Missouri at Oklahoma State, 1 p.m. KCAC standings MEN Conference All Games W L W L Tabor 80 12 6 McPherson 62 10 7 Friends . 62 7 11 Sterling 44 7 11 Kansas Wesleyan 44 6 11 Bethel 35 6 11 Ottawa 35 5 11 Southwestern 26 6 11 Bethany 08 2 16 This week's schedule Monday - Bethel 80, Ottawa 67; Friends 82, McPherson 75; Southwestern 86, Bethany 75; Tabor 90, Sterling 64. Wednesday - Kansas Wesleyan 90, Bethel 71; McPherson 93, Bethany 79; Southwestern 67, Sterling 65. Thursday - Tabor 85, Ottawa 84 (2ot). Saturday - Sterling at McPherson; Bethany al Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor; Southwest- em at Ottawa. WOMEN Conference All Games W L W L Sterling 80 17 0 Bethany 62 14 2 Ottawa 62 97 Friends 53 10 8 Southwestern 4 4 6 11 Bethel 35 6 12 Kansas Wesleyan 26 79 Tabor 26 4 13 McPherson 08 2 14 This week's schedule Monday - Sterling 83, Tabor 80; Ottawa 81, Bethel 69; Friends 39, McPherson 48; Bethany 58, Southwestern 55. Wednesday - Bethany 65, McPherson 52; Sterling 87, Southwestern 57; Bethel 48, Kansas Wesleyan 32. Thursday-Ottawa?!, Tabor62. Saturday - Sterling at McPherson; Bethany at Friends; Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor; Southwest- em at Ottawa. College women OKLAHOMA ST. 50, COLORADO 46 COLORADO (17-5) Thomas 5-161-211, Scholz 7-130-014, Scott 3-7 0-0 6, Palmer 3-9 04 7, Graham 1-3 0-0 2, Slokar 0-21-21, Felts 0-00-00. Weathers 0-2 0-0 0, Weathers 0-2 0-0 0, Garcia 0-0 0-0 0, Terry 1-2 00 2, Hashelder 1-1 04 3. Totals. 21-55 2-446. OKLAHOMA ST. (14-3) Wensler 2-8 0-0 4, Coffey 4-10 3-4.13, Shaterklna 1-8 3-4 6, Chronlster 1-1 1-3 3, Roberts 3-6 8-10 14, Bower 0-0 0-0 0, Harmon 2-2 0-0 4, Scales 2-5 2-2 6. Totals 15-40 17-23 50. Halftlme—Colorado 27, Oklahoma SL 24. 3- point goals—Colorado 2-8 (Palmer 1-5, Hashel- der 1-1, Thomas 0-1, Graham 0-1.), Oklahoma SI. 3-10 (Coffey 2-7, Shaterklna 1-3). Fouled out—none. Rebounds—Colorado 27 (Thomas 7), Oklahoma St. 36 (Coftey, Roberts 8). Assists—Colorado 10 (Thomas, Scholz 3), Oklahoma St. 9 (Wensler, Chronlster, Roberts 2). Total fouls—Colorado 20, Oklahoma St. 11,. Junior varsity BOYS MANHATTAN 61, SAUNA SOUTH 36 Manhattan 8 18 13 22 - 6.1 Sallna South 4 9 11-14-38 Manhattan — Hudley 7, Burr 5, Gullllan 7, Martin 2, Yunk 2, Gravens 11, Carlson 7, Noll 2, ZentzIO, SchrockB. Sallna South—Stein 7, Bfttlnger 2, Charvat 4,, Tomllns 2, Heczko 4, Horn 2, Wahlgren 3, Coleman 8, Kuder 8. Sophomores Boy* MANHATTAN 53,.SAUNA SOUTH 49 Manhattan 12 10 18 13 - S3 Sallna South 4 15 14 16-49 ' ' Manhattan (11-2)- Nguyen 3, Jones 8, Lull 3, Svoboda 7, Vlnyard 4, Vllkankas 3, Meek 3, Berth 17. • . Salina South (8-4) - Ebert 8, Stack 16, Davenport 8, Stein 8, SLCIalr 8, Adam 3. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPts GF GA N.Y. Rangers 29 11 9 67 182 135 Florida 29 13 5 83 188 127 Philadelphia 24 12 11 59 163 119 Washington 22 20 5 49 129 120 Tampa Bay 20 -19 ,7 47 138 155 New Jersey 21 22 4 46 122 117 N.Y. Islanders 12 26 8 32 130 173 Northeast Division Pittsburgh 30 14 3 63 229 158 Montreal 22 19 6 50 146 148 Boston 20 18 6 46 159 16.2 Buffalo . 19 24 3 41 133 148 Hartford 18 24 5 41' 128 144 Ottawa 6 37 1 17 105 188 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division- W L TPts GF GA Detroit 34 9 3 71 172 99 Chicago 25 15 10 60 167 138 Toronto 22 17 8 62 147 137 St. Louis 19 19 8 48 125 129 Winnipeg 20 23 4 44 169 174 Dallas ' 14 23 10 38 131 164 Pacific Division Colorado 25 14 9 59 165 135 Vancouver 16 19 12 44 170 161 Calgary 17 23 9 43 144 155 Los Angeles 16 22 11 43 162 169 Edmonton 18 24 6 42 133 183 Anaheim 17 26 5 39 135 161' San Jose 10 34 4 24 142 217 Thursday's Games Hartford 6, Los Angeles 2 Boston 4, Tampa Bay 3 Detroit 4, Ottawa 2 New Jersey 3, Washington 1 Montreal 6, Florida 2 Chicago 2, San Jose 1 Vancouver 2, Colorado 2, tie Friday's Games Washington 1, Buffalo 0 Edmonton 4, N.Y. Islanders 1 Dallas 4, Calgary 2 Saturday's Games Winnipeg at Montreal, 12:30 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Boston, 2 p.m. Philadelphia al Pittsburgh, 2 p.m. Detroit at Chicago, 2p.m. Tampa Bay at St. Louis, 2 p.m. Colorado at San Jose, 2 p.m. Anaheim at Los Angeles, 2 p.m. New Jersey at Hartford, 6 p.m. Toronto at Ottawa, 6:30 p.m. Buffalo at Florida, 6:30 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Vancouver, 9:30 p.m. General Transactions BASEBALL PROFESSIONAL BASEBALL LEAGUES, INC.—Named Pat O'Conner major league baseball liaison; Rob Dlugozima internal manager; Carolyn Ashe assistant to the president; Tim Brunswick assistant director of operations; Lori Ann Whitson assistant director of licensing; and Brian Earie assistant to the director of licensing. American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS—Claimed Joe Rosselli, pitcher, off waivers from the San Francisco Giants. OAKLAND ATHLETICS—Signed Scott Bro- slus, Jason McDonald and Scott Spiezlo, Infielders; Stacy Hollins and Todd Van Poppel, pitchers; and Brian Lesher, outfielder. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Agreed to terms with Greg Colbrunn, first baseman, on a one-year contract. NEW YORK METS—Agreed to terms with Todd Hundley, catcher, and Bernard Gilkey, outfielder, on one-year contracts. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS-Agreed to terms with Geronlmo Pena, second baseman, on a minor-league contract. VfAUSTRALIAN OPEN Seles whips Huber for fourth tourney crown Despite rash of injuries, Seles rolls to 6-4, 6-1 win and 9th Grand Slam title By The Associated Press MELBOURNE, Australia — Still perfect Down Under, Monica Seles overcame a plethora of injuries Saturday to win her fourth Australian Open. The victory over Anke Huber came three years after Seles won her last Grand Slam title on the same Center Court. Seles' 6-4, 6-1 victory marked one more step in her recovery from the nightmare of the stabbing in Germany a few months after she won a third straight Australian Open. Seles couldn't serve as fast as she had before she strained her left shoulder lifting weights a few days ago, and she couldn't cover the court the way she did before she pulled a groin muscle coming into the tournament. She hit more lunging one-handed shots in desperation than she ever had, but once again she found a way to win — as she has in all the 28 matches she's played in this championship since 1991. Seles' ninth Grand Slam title reaffirmed her status as co-No. 1 with Steffi Graf, absent while she recovers from foot surgery. Huber, playing in her first major final, started out strongly, breaking Se- les and grabbing a 3-2 lead, but she couldn't cope with the steady drumbeat of deep groundstrokes Seles pounded. Seles, whose only loss in the comeback she launched last August came against Graf in the U.S. Open final, immediately evened the first set 3-3 by breaking Huber's serve and spirit after nine deuces in a 14-minute game. Seles spotted Huber's weakness — forehands that she kept slugging long or into the net — and attacked it. Huber contributed to her own downfall, double-faulting for the third time to start the 10th game of the set, clubbing a forehand wide to go to a second breakpoint, and missing an easy forehand when she had an open court. That last shot of the set by Huber clipped the net cord, popped up and fell back, and the 21-year-old German stared at it in disgust as she dropped her racket. Seles, who won $380,000, cruised as easily through the second set as she had in nearly all her matches. The only set she lost in the tournament was in the semifinals against Chanda Rubin, a match that was more worthy of a final than this one. ' "I cannot believe, still, that I'm here," Seles told the crowd as she smiled and fought back tears. Her father and coach, Karolji, wiped tears from his eyes in his courtside seat as he listened to her. RADIO • TV Saturday, January 20 < Television AUTO RACING 11:30 a.m. -Orlando 200 ABC, cable 9,10 BASKTEBALL 11 a.m. - Evansvllle at Southern Illinois Prime, cable 37 ^. '. 11 a.m. - North Carolina State at Clemson ESPN, cable 38 Noon - Bethany vs. Kansas Wesleyan (women) Prime, cable 37 ' • 12:30 p.m. - Oklahoma at Iowa State : Sallna cable 3,5,7 12:30 p.m. - Florida State at Georgia Tech ESPN2, cable 39 2 p.m. - Louisiana State at Florida Sallna cable 12 • 2:30 p.m. - UCLA at Southern California (women) Prime, cable 37 . 3 p.m. - Kansas State at Missouri Sallna cable 3,5,7 . 3 p.m. - Louisville at UCLA Sallna cable 12 3 p.m. - Wake Forest at North Carolina ESPN2, cable 39 5 p.m. - California at Washington Prime, cable 37 6 p.m. - Miami-Ohio at Ball State (women) Prime, cable 43 8 p.m. -Wichita State at Illinois State Sallna cable 10 • GOLF 1:30 p.m. - Senior Skins Game ABC, cable 9,10 '.. 3:30 p.m, - Phoenix Open .'. ESPN, cable 39 ' • HOCKEY >. 2 p.m. - Detroit at Chicago (NHL) .'....Fox, cable 4 , - •, GENERAL 3:30 p.m. - Wide World of Sports ABC, cable 9,10 8 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 '10 p.m. - Sports Tonight CNN, cable 23 10 p.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 ,12:30 p.m. - Sports Latenlght CNN, cable 23 •• 1:30 a.m. - Sportscenter ESPN, cable 38 , Radio BASKETBALL 8:30 a.m. - KSAL Coaches Corner KSAL, 1150-AM . • 1 p.m.- Prime-Time Saturday KSAL, 1150-AM 2:30 p.m.-Tom Asbury Show KSAL, 1150-AM 3 p.m. - Kansas State at Missouri KSAL, 1150-AM ' SPORTS DIGEST Baseball _j • NEW YORK — Outfielder Bernard Gilkey, traded to the Mets last week, and New York catcher Todd Hundley avoided arbitration Friday by signing one-year contracts. Gilkey, who asked for $3 million and was offered $2.55 million, settled at $2,787,500. Hundley, who sought $2.1 mil- .," lion and was offered $1,525,000, signed at $1,837,500. ' • MOBILE, Ala. — South Alabama freshman pitcher Christopher Yelverton, 19, was killed in a car. accident that also left two teammates and the"-; driver of another car injured, The accident hap- -~ pened late Thursday night at a downtown inter- •'' section, police said. Yelverton died early Friday at the University of South Alabama Medical Center. Teammates Thomas Salvagio and Jason Roeder were passengers in the car Yelverton was driving. Salvagio, an outfielder, was in surgery at^ Springhill Memorial Hospital with a fractured pelvis. Roeder, a pitcher, was in the Mobile mary with minor injuries. Basketball • BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — Anthony Thomas, Al-;' abama-Birmingham's No. 2 scorer, left the team Friday after being charged with beating his girl-.' friend, a former UAB women's player. Thomas was charged following what the school termed a "domestic altercation" involving Ayanna Moore: "I spoke with Anthony this morning, and he told me he does not want to play anymore," coach Gene Bartow said. "I agree with his decision." Thomas was charged with misdemeanor simple assault following the altercation at Moore's suburban Birmingham apartment on Tuesday. Football • NEW YORK — Steve DeBerg, the quarterback coach for the New York Giants, was " charged with drunken driving Friday after dri- * ving the wrong way on a one-way street in midtown Manhattan. When police pulled DeBerg over at about 2 a.m., "They smelled alcohol on his breath," said officer Debra Kearns, a police "• spokeswoman. He was charged with driving while intoxicated. Kearns said she did not know -; if anyone was in the car with him. DeBerg, 42, lives in Mountain Lakes, N.J., 26 miles from Manhattan. He joined the Giants staff on Feb. 15, 1995, after playing in the NFL for 17 years with five different teams. • CLEMSON, S.C. — Frank Howard, a Hall of " Fame football coach whose job description in Clemson's media guide was simply "Legend,' died today of congestive heart failure. He was 86. Howard, who died at about 3 a.m. at his home, was hospitalized after a minor heart attack in late December and returned briefly about three weeks ago for tests following a fainting spell. He also was hospitalized in November because of circulation problems. "He had suffered a great deal • in recent weeks," former Clemson sports information director Bob Bradley said. "But he was a ' • fighter right to the end." The funeral is scheduled' • for Sunday at the university's Jervey Gym. Golf • SINGAPORE — Ernie Els says consistency ' has been his most important asset at the Johnnie Walker Classic. "I haven't yet made a bogey ... and that's unusual for me," the South African said, after taking a one-stroke lead with an impressive finish in the second round Friday. "If I "• play well in the first round, I normally do well. "If I can keep playing like this, I think I have a good chance of winning." "Like this" was a spectacular late charge with a birdie-eagle finish that gave him his second straight 67. • SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Justin Leonard pulled away from a logjam atop the leader board' Friday with two birdies in the last four holes and took a two-shot lead after three rounds of the Phoenix Open. Leonard, a non-winner his two previous years on the Tour, had an eagle during . his 5-under-par round of 66 to finish 54 holes at 13-under 200. Don Pooley, Tom Scherrer and Phil Mickelson were tied for second at 202, with sec- ' ond-round leader Woody Austin, Jesper Parnevik and Kenny Perry at 204. 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