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Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 16, 1988 Sports Sports Scoreboard College Basketball Final Big Ten Stall sties Conference Games Through Mar. 12 Team Statistics Scoring G Pts Avg Iowa 18 1642 91.2 Mich 18 1532 85.1 Purdue 18 1460 81.1 III 18 1430 79.4 Indiana 18 1414 78,6 OSU 18 1340 74.4 Minn 18 1240 '68.9 MSU 1B 1227 68.2 Wis 18 1218 67.7 Nil 18 1131 62.8 Rebound Margin G Own Opp Mar Iowa 18 36.931.5 +5.4 III 18 36.331,0 +5.3 Mich 18 34.8 32.1 +2.7 OSU 18 34.932.7 +2.2 MSU 18 32.431.1 +1,3 Purdue 18 31.730.7 +1.0 M ; nn 18 32.633.1 -0.5 Indiana 18 30.3 33.9 -3.6 Wis 18 28.7 35.7 -7.0 NU 18 24,6 33.5 -8.9 Field Goal Percentage Pufdue Mich Iowa Indiana Ill MSU Wis OSU NU Minn G FG .18 516 .18 611 .18 588 .18 531 .18 566 .18 485 .18 461 .18 475 .16 427 .18 495 FGA Pel 957 .539 1138 .537 1113 .528 1026 .518 1124 ,504 991 .489 tOOO .461 1032 .460 932 .458 1082 .457 Free Throw Percentage Indiana Mich OSU NU Purdue Iowa MSU Minn Wis Ill G FT ,,18 288 ,,18 266 ,18 351 .. 18 206 ..18 345 ,. 18 359 ..18 216 ..18 187 .18 211 .18 285 FTA Pel 369 .780 354 .751 473 .742 282 .730 487 .708 515 .697 314 .688 276 .678 318 ,664 43S .640 Scoring Defense G Pts Avg Purdue 18 1271 70.6 III 18 1278 71.0 Indiana 18 1327 73.7 Mich 18 1341 74.5 OSU 18 1369 76.1 Wis 18 1377 76.5 MSU 18 1378 76,6 NU 18 1384 76,9 Minn 18 1431 79,5 Iowa 18 1478 82.1 Field Goal Defense Purdue Mich Ill Indiana OSU MSU Wis Minn Iowa NU G FG .18 505 .18 502 .18 476 .18 501 .18 532 .18 497 .18 518 .18 506 .18 608 .18 510 FGA Pel 1088 .464 1070 .469 1006 .473 1057 .474 1087 .489 997 ,498 1028 .504 978 .517 1152 .528 932 .547 Three Point Shots G FG FGA Pet Indiana 18 64 128 .500 Wis 18 85 188 .452 Purdue 18 83 188 .441 Iowa 16 107 244 .439 NU 18 71 174 .408 Minn 18 63 159 .396 OSU 18 39 100 .390 Mich 18 44 113 .38S MSU 18 41 127 .383 HI 16 13 67 .194 Individual Scoring Rice,Mich... Grant.Mich... Edwards,Ind.. Jackson,Wis . Jones.Wis ... Burson.OSU . Anderson,III.. GarretUnd.. Amistrg.lowa. Lewis,Pur.... Mitchell.Pur.. Marble,Iowa.. Burton,Minn., Morris.NU.... Battle,III Francis.OSU . McCanls.Pur, Grose,NU,... Redfield.MSU Smart,Ind .... Rebounding Coiley.Minn . Garret!, Ind... Rice,Mich ... Hill, Iowa Vaughl.Mich. Morris.NU... Anderson, III. Jones, Iowa.. Morton, Iowa . Carter, OSU.. G FG 18 176 18 142 16 95 18125 16 124 ,18 113 18 140 18 126 18 109 .18 109 .18 104 ,18106 .18 107 ,18 102 18 101 18 99 .18 88 .18 88 18 100 .18 91 FT Pts Avg 46 413 22.9 78 384 21.3 66 308 19.3 47 347 19.3 50 298 18.6 90 327 18.2 44 325 18.1 72 324 18.0 68 321 17.8 41 306 17.0 82 291 16.2 77 289 16.1 66 283 15,7 63 275 15.3 71 273 15.2 62 267 14.8 81 257 14.3 27 241 13.4 33 234 13.0 43 229 12.7 G Reb AvgG 18 161 8.9 18 144 8.0 18 140 7.8 18 122 6.8 18 119 6.6 18 116 6.4 18 116 6.4 18 114 6.3 18 111 6.2 18 110 6.1 Field Goal Percentage G Anderson, III 18 Marble. Iowa 18 Rice, Mich 18 Jones, Wis 18 Jonos.lowa 18 Mitchell.Pur 18 Valentine, MSU. Garrett.lnd fledfield.MSU.. Battle, III ..18 ..18 ..18 ..18 FG FGA Pel 140 231 .606 106 178 .596 176 298 .591 124 211 92 164 104 186 .559 94 170 .553 93 189 .550 100 183 .546 101 186 .543 .571 .561 Free Thro* Percentage Edwards, Ind Burson, OSU Rice, Mich Armstrg.lowa White. OSU Morris.NU Smith, MSU Grani, Mich Jackson, Wis 18 18 18 G FT 16 66 90 18 63 18 18 18 18 Papakados, MSU . 18 FTA Pet 72 .909 106 .849 55 .836 82 .829 78 .808 78 .808 62 .607 97 .804 59 .797 47 .787 Assists G Asl AvgG Grant, Mich ............ 18 117 6.5 Lewis, Pur ............ 18 96 5.3 Wilson, OSU .......... 18 96 5.3 Stephens, Pur ......... 18 93 5.2 Robinsn.Mich ......... 18 87 4.8 Armsirg.lowa .......... 18 84 4.7 Bardo, III .............. 18 76 4.2 Molaski.Wis .......... 18 67 3,7 Kidman, Ind ........... 18 66 3.7 Gill, III ................ 18 64 3.5 Three Point Shots Edwards, Ind ...... 16 52 91 .571 Jackson, Wis ...... 18 50 103 .485 Stephens, Pur ..... 18 30 64 .469 Armstrg, Iowa ..... IS 35 79 .443 Lewis, Pur .... Moe, Iowa .18 47 109 ,431 .18 39 91 .429 Auto Racing Indy 500 Entries List INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Current entries tor the May 29 Indianapolis 500, listing driver, previous races in parentheses, hometown, car chassis-engine and entrant (H- denotes rookie driver; W-tormer winner. Entry deadline is April 1 ): 1-2. Derek Daly (4), Noblesville, Ind,, two 1988 Lola-Cosworths, entered by Raynor Motorsports, Dixon, ill, 3, No driver listed, 1987 Lola- Cosworth, by Raynor. 4-5. Howdy Holmes (5), Ann Arbor, Mich., two 1988 March-Cosworths, by Alex Morales Co., Anaheim, Calil. 6. No driver listed, 1987 Mareh- Cosworth, by Morales. 7-8. Scott Braylon (6), Coldwater, Mich,, 1988 Lola-Buick and 1987 March-Buick, by Hemelgarn Racing, Indianapolis. 9-10. Ludwig Heimralh Jr. (1), Spanaway, Wash., 1988 Lola- Cosworth and 1967 March-Cosworth, by Hemelgarn. 11-12. No drivers listed, two 1988 Lola-Judds, by Hemelgarn. 13-14. No drivers listed, two 1987 March-Cosworths, by Hemelgarn. 15. Dick Simon (16), Capistrano Beach, Calit., 1988 Lola-Cosworth, by Dick Simon Racing, Capistrano Beach. 16-17. Arie Luyendyk (3), Brooklield, Wis., 1988 Lola-Cosworth and 1987 Lola-Cosworth, by Simon, 18. No driver listed, 1987 Lola- Cosworlh, by Simon. 19-20. Raul Boese) (2), Brazil, two 1988 March-Cosworths, by Shierson Racing, Adrian. Mich. 21-22. Teo Fabi (2), Italy, two 1987 'orsche or March-Porsches, by a orsche North America, Warrington, Pa. 23. No driver listed, 1988 Porsche or vtarch-Porsche, by Porsche. 24-25. W-Johnny Rutherford (22), Fort Worth, Texas, two 1987 Lola- 3uick V6s, by Kenny Bernstein, Dallas, Texas. 26-27. W-Bobby Rahal (6), Dublin, Ohio, two 1988 Lola-Judds, by Truesports Co,.Milliard, Ohio. 28. No driver listed. 1988 Lola-Judd, >y Truesports. 29-30. W-Mario Andretti (22), toare'h, Pa., two 1988 Lola-Chevy V8s, by Newman-Haas Racing, Lincolnshire, III. 31-32. R-Bill Vukovich III (0), loarsegold, Calil., 1988 March- ;osworth and 1987 March-Cosworth, by Gohr Distributing Co., Buffalo, N.Y. 33-34. R-John Jones (0), Canada, 186 March-Cosworth and 1987 darch-Cosworth, by Arciero Racing, Anaheim, Calil. 35-36. R-John Andretti (0), Indianapolis, two 1S88 Lola-Cosworths, by Mike Curb Motorsports, Newbury Park, Calif. lummary Drivers Listed-14. Former Winners-3 (Johnny Rulher- ord, Bobby Rahal, Mario Andretti). Rookies—3 (Bill Vukovich III, John Jones, John Andretti). Foreign Born-7 (Derek Daly, reland; Ludwig Heimratti Jr. and John ones, Canada; Arie Luyendyk, Netherlands; Mario Andretti and Teo : abi, Italy; Raul Boesel, Brazil). Cars Entered—36. Lola Chassis-20. March Chassis-13. Undetermined Chassis-3. Cosworth Engines—22. Judd Engines—5. Buick Engines-4. Porsche Engines—3. Chevy V6 Engines-2. MBA EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB Boston 45 19 .703 Washington 27 34 .443 16» New York 27 35 .435 17 Philadelphia 26 36 .419 18 NewJersey 16 46 .258 28 Central Division Detroit 42 20 .677 Atlanta 38 23 ,623 3V; ;hicago 36 26 .581 6 Milwaukee 35 26 .574 6V; ndlana 30 32 .484 12 :leveland 30 34 .489 13 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L Pet. GEI x-Dallas 42 19 .689 Houston 37 24 .607 5 Denver 37 25 .597 5'/? Utah 34 28 .548 8V; San Antonio 22 38 .367 19V; Sacramento 18 45 .286 25 Pacific Division x-LA Lakers 50 13 .794 x-Portland 40 21 .656 9 Seattle 33 30 .524 17 Phoenix 18 44 .290 31V; lOldenSt 16 45 .262 33 LA Clippers 12 48 .200 36'/j x-clinched playotf berth Tuesday's Games Boston 119, Indiana113 Chicago 108, Cleveland 88 Atlanta 104, Philadelphia 90 Milwaukee 108, Sacramento 97 Houston 116, Los Angeles Clippers 110 Phoenixm,Seattle 90 Portland 112, Los Angeles Lakers 95 Wednesday's Games Chicago at Washington, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles Clippers at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m. Dallas at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. Thursday's Games Washington at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at Cleveland, 7:30 p.m. Seattleat Houston, 8:30p.m. Portland at Denver, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday's NBA Boxes At Indianapolis BOSTON (119) Bird 12-22 9-10 34, McHale 8-14 8-11 24, Parish 8-11 5-6 21, Ainge 4-111-212, Johnson 5-13 6-6 16, Paxson 3-5 2-2 8, Acres 0-1 0-0 0, Minnielield tt-2 0-0 0, Roberts 0-2 2-2 2, Lohajs 1-1 Mi 2. Totals 41-82 33-39119. INDIANA (113) Person 9-18 2-2 21, Tidale 6-16 1-1 7, Stipanovich 8-16 5-6 21, Fleming 6-15 6-918, Long 3-80-06, Williams 4-10 0-0 8, Gray 1-2 0-0 2, Miller 3-4 2-2 10, Skiles 5-8 0-010. Totals 47-9716-20113. Boston 31 332924^-119 Indiana 34 34 24 21-113 3-Point goals—Ainge 3, Bird, Miller 2, Person. Fouled out—Tisdale. Rebounds- Boston 49 (Parish 14), Indiana 52 (Person, Fleming 9|. Assists-Boston 25 (D.Johnson 8), Indiana 24 (Fleming 8). Total touls— Boston 18, Indiana 23. A—16,912. At Chicago CLEVELAND (88) Nance 3-10 4-510, Hubbard 2-5 0-0 4, Daugherty 5-154-714, Price 7-12 2-417, Harper 8-13 4-6 20, Curry 6-13 M 12, Sanders 0-1 (Ml 0, Williams 2-6 2-2 6. Dudley 2-3 0-2 4, Ehlo 0-1 0-0 0, Rogers 1-4 0-02. totals 364315-2689. CHICAGO (108) Sellers 2-7 1-1 5, Oakley 6-11 4-6 16, Corzine 0-3 0-0 0, Vincent 7-11 4-4 18, Jordan 17-29 4-7 38, Pippen 4-7 0-0 8, Grant 4-7 3-3 11, Paxson 3-4 0-0 8, Sparrow 2-3 0-0 4, Turner 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 46-8416-21108. Cleveland 22 (7 2i 25- 8» Chicago 21 31 2J 34-108 3-Point goals—Price. Fouled out—Grant. Rebounds—Cleveland 42 (Nance 9), Chicago 58 (Oakley 14). Assists-Cleveland 28 (Harper 9), Chicago 28 (Vincent 11). Total louls-Cteveland 19, Chicago 25, A— 17,752. At Atlanta PHILADELPHIA (90) Barkley 6-1210-1122, Robinson 6-15 1-213, Gminski 5-142-212, Cheeks 7-14 1-1 15, King 1-8 0-0 2, Wingate M 3-4 14, Coleman 3-5 2-28, G.Henderson 1-2 0-0 2, Thornton M 0-2 0, D.Henderson 1-20-02. Totals 35^019-24 90. ATLANTA (104 Wilkins 10-31 6-10 26, Willis 10-17 2-2 22, Rollins 2-6 0-0 4, Rivers 4-10 3-4 11, Wittman 5-12 2-212, Battle 5-8 4-4 14, Can 2-5 1-1 5, Webb 1-7 2-2 4, Lev- ingslon 1-5 4-5 6, Washburn 0-00-00, Wood 0-1 0-0 0, Totals 40-102 24-30104. Philadelphia 3323 1915- 90 Atlanta 23302724-104 3-Pointgoal-Wingate. Fouled out— None. Rebounds-Philadelphia 58 (Barkley 19), Atlanta 60 (Rollins 15). Assists— Philadelphia 18 (Cheeks 5), Atlanta 27 (Rivers 11). Total touls— Philadelphia 23, Atlanta 19. Technical—Philadelphia Coach Lynam. A-14,179. Al Milwaukee, Wis. SACRAMENTO (97) D.Smith 10-20 5-7 26, Thorpe 4-9 3-5 11, Kleine 2-8 0-0 4, Theus 7-16 2-216, K.Smith 6-130-012, Pressley 4-92-411, Thompson 2-7 4-4 8, Tyler 1-1 <H) 2, Pinckney 3-5 1-2 7. Totals 3m 17-24 97. MILWAUKEE (109) Cummings 5-17 3-413, Sikma 6-9 4-4 16, Bret/er 7-13 3-417, Moncriel 3-8 M 6, Pressey 7-12 3-317, Krystkowiak 3-5 3-3 9, Pierce 3-10 0-0 6, Lucas 2-7 0-0 4, Mokeski 2-4 0-0 4, Reynolds 6-114-416. Totals 44-96 20-22108. Sacramento 20 25 23 29- 97 Mllwiuke* 25 28 30 27-108 3-Point goals-D.Smith, Pressley. Fouled out-None. Rebounds— Sacramento 58 (Kleine, Thompson 9), Milwaukee 52 (Breuer 10). Assists— Sacramento 23 (K.Smith 8), Milwaukee 30 (Pressey 9). Total touls— Sacramento 23, Milwaukee 22, A-11,052. Al Houston L.A. CLIPPERS (110) Cureton 2-6 0-0 4, Norman 9-15 3-4 21, Benjamin 12-23 1-1 25, Valentine 7-13 0-014, Woodson 7-148-3 22, KiteO-3 0-2 0, Gregory 2-71-4 5, Williams (K) 0-0 0, Drew 7-112-219. Totals 46-9215-21110. HOUSTON (11S) McCray 7-10 4-518, Peterson 5-9 6-7 16, Olajuwon 11-23 8-10 30, Floyd 1-5 6-6 8, Reid 3-5 M 7, Carroll 1-70-02, Short 13-17 2-2 30, Leavell 1-41-2 3, Johnson 0-2 0-0 0, Maxwell 1-2 0-0 2, Connor M (WO. Totals 4344 27-32116. Los Angolas 27 a 24 37-110 Houston 28 282931-110 3-Point goals-Ore* 3, Short 2, Reid, Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Los Angeles 48 (Benjamin 12), Houston 50 (McCray 10). Assists-Los Angeles 26 (Valentine 8), Houston 30 (Floyd 7). Total fouls—Los Angeles 24, Houston 16. A-16,611. At Phoenix, Ariz. SEATTLE (90) Chambers 9-18 8-9 26, McOaniel 8-20 0-016, Lister 0-31-21, Ellis 15-24 6-8 38, McMillan 3-9 2-2 9, C.Johnson 0-1 0-0 0, Schoene 0-2 M 0, McKey 0-1 0-0 0, Young 0-3 0-0 0, Polynice 0-3 0-0 0, Williams 0-00-00, Threat! 0-00-00. Totals 35-8417-2190. PHOENIX (111) Gilliam 5-13 5-8 15, E.Johnson 12-19 3-3 27, West 0-0 1-4 1, Davis 4-7 0-0 8, K.Johnson 5-10 3-4 13, Corbin 8-11 1-1 18, Adams 4-7 7-8 15, Bailey 2-2 M 4, Hornacek « 2-3 10.Totals 44-77 22-31 111. Seattle 35221815-90 Phoenix 21»2« 33-111 3-Point goals-Ellis 2, McMillan, Corbin. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Seattle 42 (Lister 7), Phoenix 53 (Gilliam 13). Assists— Seattle 27 (McMillan 13), Phoenix 30 (K.Johnson 10). Total fouls—Seattle 27, Phoenix 21. Technical-C.Johnson. A-11,159. At Portland, Ore. L.A. LAKERS (95) Green 3-8 M11, Worthy 8-13 5-5 21, Abdul-Jabbar 3-9 M 6, Matthews 1-4 0-0 2, Scott 7-111-216, Cooper 4-13 2-2 10, M.Thompson 6-12 5-« 17, Wagner 1-5 2-2 4, Rambis 3-4 1-2 7, Smrek 0-1 1-2 1, B.Thompson 0-0 W 0, Totals 36-8022-2795. PORTLAND (112) Ca,Jones 1-3 1-1 3, Kersey 6-11 1-4 13, Duckworth 4-112-210, Drexler14-30 3-5 31, Porter 14-19 5-6 33, Anderson 5-11 2-2 14, Lucas 2-« 2-2 6, Helton 1-4 (W> 2, Ch.Jones 0-1 0-0 0, Murphy 0-3 0-0 0, Sichting M 0-0 O.Totals 47-99 16-22112, Los Angeles 24 25 21 25- 95 Portland 3321 31 27-112 3-Point goals—Anderson 2, Scott. Fouled out-None. Rebounds-Los Angeles 46 (Green 11), Portland 60 (Anderson 13). Assisls-Los Angeles 18 (Cooper 5), Portland 25 (Drexler, Porter 8), Total fouls— Los Angeles 18, Portland 24. .Technicals- Los Angeles illegal defense, Worthy, Los Angeles Coach Riley, Portland illegal defense 2, Duckworth, Drexler. A-12,666. NHL WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pta GF GA Washngtn,.36 28 6 78 246 205 Philadelph,35 28 7 77 260 256 NYIslndrs.33 29 9 75 267 243 NY Rangers 31 31 8 70 263 247 NewJersfty31 35 5 67 251 277 Pittsburgh .29 32 9 67 274 285 Adams Division y-Montreal. 40 20 11 91 264 215 y-Boston...39 26 6 84 267 224 Buflalo ..,.33 29 9 75 255 271 Quebec....31 36 4 86 24* 285 Hartford... 29 35 7 65 216 245 CAMPBELLCONFERENCE Norrto Division W L T Hi GF GA y-Detroit...38 24 9 85 289 235 y-St. Louis .31 33 7 69 250 255 Chlc«go...2g 34 8 6« 254 285 Toronto....20 42 10 50 250 305 Minnesota. 18 42 10 46 215 300 Smythe Division y-Calgary..42 21 8 92 348 273 y-Edmonlon 39 23 9 87 321 2 5 3 y-Winnipeg31 30 10 72 270 270 Los Angeles.... 26 40 6 58 274 3 2 1 Vancouver.21 44 8 50 247 299 y-clinched playoff berth Tuesday'a Gimei Chicago 7, SI. Louis 7, lie Calgary 8, Hartford 6 Quebec 3, Toronto 2 New York Rangers 3, Philadelphia 1 Edmonton 6, Buffalo 4 Wednesday'sGtmea Washington at New York Rangers, 7:35 p.m. Toronto at Pittsburgh, 7:35p,m. Montreal at Winnipeg, 8:35 p.m. Detroit at Minnesota, 8:35 p.m. Vancouver at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Thursday's Games CWcaeo at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. Calgary at Boston, 7:35 p.m. Quebec at New Jersey, 7:45 p.m. Minnesota at St. Louis, 8:35p.m. Baseball Exhibition Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Seattle 8 4 .667 KansasCity 8 5 .615 New York 7 5 .583 Oakland 7 5 .583 Toronto 7 5 .583 Cleveland 7 6 .538 Texas 6 6 .500 California 5 6 .455 Minnesota 5 6 .455 Chicago 5 7 .417 Boston 4 6 .400 Baltimore 4 7 .364 Detroit 2 9 .182 Milwaukee 2 10 .167 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet, LosAngeles 12 2 ' .857 Montreal 8 4 .667 Chicago 8 5 .815 Pittsburgh 8 5 .615 Cincinnati 6 5 .545 Houston 6 6 .500 NewYork 6 6 .500 San Francisco 6 6 .500 St. Louis 5 6 .455 Philadelphia 5 7 .417 San Diego 5 7 .417 Atlanta 3 9 .250 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not Tu«td«y'« Games Chicago Cubs (s«) 4, Oakland 3 Seattle 9, Chicago Cubs (ss)1 Chicago White Sox <ss) 6, Detroit 4 New York Vankeet 3, Chicago White Sox («s)0 Kansas City 11, Boston 5 Pittsburgh 14, St. Louis 2 Cincinnati 9, Toronto? Minnesota 2, Houston 0 Cleveland 8, Milwaukee 4 San Francisco 7, California 1 Seattle 5, San Diego 4,10 innings Philadelphia 10, Atlanta 7 Montreal 7, Los Angeles (ss) 1 Baltimore 6, Texas 2 Los Angeles (ss) 7, New York Mets 1 Wednesday's Games Kansas City (ss) vs. Houston (ss) at Kissimmee,Fla.,1:05p.m. Philadelphia vs. New York Mets at Port St. Lucle,Fla.,1:05p,m, Cincinnati vs, St. Louis at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Houston |ss) vs. Atlanta at West Palm Beach, Fla.,1:05 p.m. Minnesota vs. Boston at Winter Haven, Fla., 1:05p,m. Toronto vs. Pittsburgh (ss) at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Texas vs. New York Yankees at Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Los Angeles vs. Kansas City (ss) at Haines City, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (ss) vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Sin Diego vs. Chicago Cubs at Mesa, Ariz., 3 p.m. California vs. Oakland at Phoenix, Ariz., 3 p.m. Milwaukee vs. San Francisco (ss) at Scottsdale, Ariz., 3 p.m. San Francisco (ss) vs. Cleveland at Tucson, Ariz,,3 p.m. Chicago White Sox vs. Baltimore it Miami, 7:35 p.m, Thursday's Games Boston (ss) vs. Cincinnati (ss) at Plant City, Fla.,1:05 p.m. Atlanta vs. New York Mets at Port St. Lucia, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Houston vs. St. Louis at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Chicago White Sox vs. Montreal at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m, Texas vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Boston (saj vs. Toronto at Dunedin, Fla.,t:35p,m. New York Yankees vs. Baltimore at Miami, 1:35 p.m. Cincinnati (js) vi. Chicago White Sox alSaraaota, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Philadelphia vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, Fla., 1:35p.m. Chicago Cuba (ss) vs. Milwaukee (ss}atChindl«r,Arti.,3p.m. San Diego vs. Oakland at Phoenix, Ariz.,3 p.m. Milwaukee (ss) vs. Seattle at Tern pe, Ariz., 3 p.m. Chicago Cubs (u) vs. Cleveland at Tucson, Ariz., 3 p.m. Minnesota vs. Detroit at Lakeland, Fla,, 7:35 p.m. Transactions Tuesday's Sports Transactions BASEBALL National League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Released Tom Tollman, pitcher. Re-assigned Jamie Nelson, catcher, Max Variable, outfielder, and Mike Griffin and Mark fjowtten, pitchers, to their minor- league camp. COLLEGE CARNEGIE-MELLON-Announced the retirement ol James E. Banner, athletic director, effective March 31. Named William f. Elliott acting athletic director. HANOVER-Annpunced the retirement of John Collier, head basketball coach, etfective June 30. MAINE-Named Rudy Keeling head basketball coach. NAVY—Announced the retirement ot J.O. "Bo" Coppedge, athletic director, affective in May. HUTGERS-Fired Craig Littlepage, tiead basketball coach. S INDIANA-Announced it will not renew the contract ol Mark Bial, head basketball coach. J Associated Press Boston's Marty Barrett (L) eyes errant throw; Royals' Kurt Stillwcll safe Clemens Hurls Well In Loss Associated Press Roger Clemens' pitching is speaking volumes even while his mouth is silent. Clemens struck out nine batters in four innings Tuesday. He also gave up four runs, but only one earned, as the Boston Red Sox were beaten 11-5 by Kansas City. George Brett homered twice and drove in seven runs for the the Royals. For Clemens, spring training games aren't much more than tuneup sessions, catcher Rich Gedman said. Gedman spoke for the two-time Cy Young winner, who waved off reporters after the game. "We weren't trying to strike batters out," Gedman said. "We were just trying to use his fastball more to strengthen his arm. Whether he's striking people out or not, he always has his velocity. "Twenty strikeouts or two, what's the difference? He could have struck out 12 today. He's capable of striking out anyone at any time, but that isn't the way the game is played." Clemens, a 20-game winner the last two seasons, was victimized by Jim Rice's error with two out in the second inning. Brett's homers were his first of the exhibition season. He hit a grand slam, a three-run shot and doubled. Elsewhere, it was Pittsburgh 14, St. Louis 2; Cincinnati 9, Toronto 7; Minnesota 2, Houston 0; San Francisco 7, California 1; Seattle 5, San Diego 4; Cleveland 8, Milwaukee 4; Philadelphia 10, Atlanta 7, and Baltimore 6, Texas 2. In games involving split squads, the Chicago White Sox beat Detroit 6-4 and were blanked by the New York Yankees 3-0; Los Angeles beat the New York Mets 7-1 and lost to Montreal by the same score; and the Chicago Cubs edged Oakland 4-3 and were routed 9-1 by Seattle. Cubs 4, Athletics 3 Mariners 9, Cubs 1 Darrin Jackson's two-run homer in the ninth inning completed a three-run rally for Chicago. Mark McGwire hit his fifth home run of the spring for Oakland, which also got a solo shot from Dave Henderson. In the seventh inning, Oakland second baseman Glenn Hubbard was hit in the face by a pitch from Jeff Hirsch. He was taken to a hospital for X-rays, which showed a possible fracture of the left cheekbone. Hubbard remained conscious but needed help getting off the field. The ball apparently glanced off his batting helmet before striking him below the left eye. The rest of the Cubs fell victim to a former teammate, Steve Trout, who pitched five scoreless innings in Seattle's victory. Brick Smith hit two home runs. Trout, lowering his spring training earned run average to 1.50, held the Cubs to four hits and struck out four. White Sox 6, Tigers 4 Yankees 3, White Sox 0 Chicago allowed only five hits as Detroit lost its eighth straight game. Harold Baines put the White Sox ahead to stay with a double in the fifth inning off Doyle Alexander. Baines, the White Sox' designated hitter last year, is hitting .393 this spring with six RBI in eight games. In a night game, the other group of White Sox was blanked by New York. Rookie Al Leiter pitched five hitless innings and teamed with relievers Tommy John, Tim Stoddard and Dave Righetti for a three-hitter. AH the hits were allowed by Stoddard. New York scored all its runs in the sixth inning. All Saints CYO Defeats Spikers From St. John All Saints CYO Co-ed volleyball team defeated St. John's, 15-5, 7-15 and 15-6. Tracey Cochran led All Saints' scoring with five service aces for seven points and had three sets. Ann Schlick added four aces for three points, while getting one save and 14 bumps. Bill Vernon contributed three aces and four total points, four spikes and one dink. Michelle Riley scored three points, Amy Dexter had three saves and one dink and Nicki Dreupp had one ace and two points. White River Games Bowling Sectionals Set For This Week Bowlers who would like te compete in the Logansport Re gionals of the White River Park State Games in June need to qualify by bowling at one of the sectional sites next week. Sectional bowling dates are March 19-27. Northwest Regional bowling sites are Myers Lanes, Logansport; Plaza Lanes, Highland; Elston Bowl, Lafayette; Market Square Lanes, Lafayette; Star Lanes, Lafayette; Quick's Lanes, Rochester and Collegeville Bowl, Rensselaer. Entry forms and rules are available at each bowling center. Competition is broken down into 35 divisions, based on age, skill level and gender. The Logansport Region is comprised of Benton, Carroll, Cass, Fulton, Jasper, Lake, Miami, Newton, Pulaski, Tippecanoe, Warren and White counties. The top 50 percent of all bowlers from these counties will compete at Myers Lanes on June 25 for the regional competition. The top three regional finishers in each division will advance to the state finals at Woodland Bowl, Indianapolis, on July 9 and 10. Finalists will receive State Games T-shirts, the opportunity to participate in the opening ceremonies on July 8 and the chance to earn a bronze, silver or gold Olympic-style medallion. For more information, contact one of the sponsoring bowling centers or call 1-800-HI-FIVES. GET THE BEST BUY! PATRICIA G.MiDDLETON CPA, ChFC What ore the Is the asking price firm? Will the buyer negotiate? terms? How about a reduced price if you pay cash? Do a tittle pencil work before you make your first offer on any purchase, let's look at this example. Suppose the owner wants $100,000 for his property. He is willing to sell it to you for nothing down and equal annual payments for twenty- five years at 12% interest. Vour payments would be $12,750 per year. The seller now has to live with a twenty-five year contract. Perhaps he would rather have all cash. If he would settle for $80,000 cash, here's how you would benefit. Let's first assume that you have $80,000 of your own money available. Paying $80,000 cash for this property will give you an equivalent return of 1 SVj % interest on your purchase price. Remember, if he carries a contract, you'll pay him $12,750 per year for twenty-five years, tour $80,000 it in effect, getting you $12,750 per year for twenty-five years and, therefore, results in a IS'/j % return. If you don't have $80,000, perhaps you can borrow it. For simplicity's sake, let's assume that the bank's interest rate, including points, equals the 12% interest rote that the seller wants. You'll pay the bank $10,200 per year for twenty-five years. The total amount paid to bank over the twenty-five year period will be $255,000 or $63,750 less than you would have paid the seller over the same period of time. It's easy to see that some combination of your own money and the bank's could also be used to negotiate a reduced price and a much better deal for you. This some concept holds true for existing contracts. If you owe a sizeable long-term contract, perhaps you could negotiate a reduced cash settlement at this time. It dosn't hurt to make an offer. MIDDLETON CERTIFIED PUBLIC ACCOUNTANTS, P.C. 122 West Eighth Street • Rochetler, IN • 219-223-2107 Call us. vve under staml business a fid (i none ial concerns •Individual, Pa rln pi s nip CcrporoU: & Fiduciary Tax Returns 'Tax Planning • Estate and Gift Counseling 'Real Esiole Transaction • Financial Statement • Projaclions Budgets, Goals • Business Financing "Investment Anafy sis • Personal Fimimiol Planning David J.Denney, CPA T«rri ft. Schouar, CPAj Patricia G. Middleton, CPA, ChFC Donald C. Keeter, CPA

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