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PageS Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Monday, March 2), 1988 Sports Sports Scoreboard NCAA NCAATournime All Times EST EAST REGIONAL First Round At Chapel Hill, N.C. Thursday, March 17 Rhode Island 87, Missouri 60 Syracuse 69, North Carolina A8J 55 Southern Methodtet 83, Notre D*m« 75 Duke 85, Boston University 69 AtHirtfOfd.Conn. Friday, March 18 Georgia Tech 90, Iowa State 78 Richmond 72, Indltru 89 Temple 87, Lehigh 73 Georgetown 66, Louisiana State 63 Second Hound At Chapel Hill, N.C. Saturday, March 19 Rhode Island 97, Syracuse 94 Duke 94, Southern Methodist 79 At Hartford, Conn. Sunday, March 20 Temple 74, Georgetown 53 Richmond 59, Georgia Tech 55 Semlfliwls At Ent Rutherford, N.J. Thurtday, March 24 Duke, 26-6, vs, Rhode Island, 284, TBA Temple, 31-1 vs. Richmond, 26-6, TBA Championship At E«at Rutherford, N.J. Stturdjy, March 26 Duke-Rhode Island winner vs. Temple-Richmond winner, TBA SOUTHEAST REGIONAL Flrtt Round At Atlanta Thursday, March 17 Auburn 90, Bradley 86 Oklahoma 94, Tennessee- Chattanooga 66 Brlgham Young 98, North Carolina Charlotte 92, OT Louisville 70, Oregon State 61 At Cincinnati Friday, Mirch 18 Villanova 82, Arkansas 74 Illinois 81, Texas-San Antonio 72 Maryland 92, Cal-Santa Barbara 82 Kentucky 99, Southern University 84 Second Round At Atlanta Saturday, March 19 Oklahoma 107, Auburn 87 Louisville 97, Brigham Young 76 At Cincinnati Sunday, March 20 Kentucky 90, Maryland 81 Villanova 66, Illinois 63 Semifinal! At Birmingham, Ala. Thursday, March 24 Oklahoma, 32-3, vs. Louisville, 24-10, TBA Kentucky, 27-5 vs. Villanova, 23-12, TBA Championship At Birmingham, Ala. Saturday, March 28 Oklahoma-Louisville winner vs. Kentucky-Villanova winner, TBA MIDWEST REGIONAL First Round At South Bend, Ind. Thursday, March 17 Purdue M. Falrlelgh Dickinson 79 Memphis State 75, Baylor 60 Kansas State 66, LaSalle 53 DePau! 83, Wichita State 62 At Lincoln, Neb. Friday, March 18 Pittsburgh 108, Eastern Michigan 90 Vanderbilt 80, Utah State 77 Murray State 78, North Carolina State 75 Kansas 85, Xavier, Ohio 72 Second Round At South Bend, Ind. Saturday, March 19 Purdue 100, Memphis Stale 73 Kansas State 66, DePaul 58 At Lincoln, Neb. Sunday, March 20 Vanderbilt 80, Pittsburgh 74, OT Kansas 61, Murray State 58 Semifinals At Pontlac, Mich. Friday, March 25 Purdue, 2«-3, vi. Kansas State, 244, TBA Vahdarbllt, 20-10 vs. Kansas 23-11 TBA Champtonihlp At Pontlac, Mich. Sunday, March27 Purdue-Kansas Stale winner vs Vanderblll-Kansas winner, TBA WEST REGIONAL First Round At Salt Lake City Thursday, March 17 North Carolina 83, North Texas Slate 65 Loyola, California 119, Wyoming 115 Michigan 63, Boise State 58 Florida62, SI John's59 At Lot Angeles Friday, March 1» Arizona 90, Cornell 50 Seton Hall 80, Texas-El Paso 64 towa 102, Florida Stale 96 Nevada-Las Vegas 54, Southwest Missouri State 50 Second Round At Salt Lake City Saturday, March 19 Michigan 108, Florida 85 North Carolina 123, Loyola, California 97 At Los Angeles Sunday, March 20 Arizona 84, Seton Hall 55 Iowa 104, Nevada-Las Vegas 86 Semifinals At Seattle Friday, March 25 North Carolina, 264 vs. Michigan, 26-7, TBA Arizona, 33-2 vs. Iowa, 24-9, TBA Championship At Seattle Sunday, March 27 North Carolina-Michigan winner vs. Arizona-Iowa winner, TBA THE FINAL FOUR At Kansas City, Mo. Semifinals Saturday, April 2 Midwest Champion vs. East Champion, 4:30 p.m. or 7 p.m. Southeast Champion vs. West Champion, 4:30 p.m. or 7 p.m. Championship Monday, April 4 Semifinal winners, 9:12 p.m. Sunday's NCAA Boxes EAST REGIONAL Al Hartford, Conn. GEORGETOWN (53) McDonald 2-12 1-2 5, Hlghsmlth 3-4 M 6, Cillery (Ml 04 0, Smith 5-143-313, Tillmon 5-11 0-213, Jackson 3-15 5413, Bryant 1-5 1-2 3, Jefferson 0-0 M 0, Edwards 0-1 04 0, Winston M 04 0, Tucker 0*0 0, Allen 04 04 0, Lang 0-1 M 0, Jones (M) 0-0 0. Totals 194310-15 53. TEMPLE (74) Vreeswyk 6-13 7-7 21, Perry 54 2-2 12, Rlvas 3-3 74 13, Macon 5-15 10-11 21, Evans 2-4 2-2 6, Causwell M 04 0, Dowdell 041-21. Totals 21-4129-32 74. Halttime-Temple 30, Georgetown 26. 3-point goals-Georgetown 5-19 iTillmon 3-8, Jackson 2-7, Smith 0-4), Temple 3-10 (Vreeswyk 24, Macon 1-2 , Evans 0-2). Fouled out—Jefferson. Rebounds —Georgetown 32 McDonald 9), Temple 37 (flivas 12). Assists—Georgetown 7 (Tillmon 4), Temple 7 (Evans 5). Total fouls- Georgetown 27, Temple 11. Technicals —Temple bench, Vreeswyk. A-15,608. RICHMOND (59) Stapleton 3-6 2-2 8, Woolfofk 11-21 5-12 27, Kratzer 1-4 2-5 4, Atkinson 14 4-5 6, Rice 2-7 04 5, English 0-1 M 0, Winiecki 3-4 1-2 7, Taylor 0-0 2-3 2. Tota!s21-4916-29 59. GEORGIA TECH (55) Scolt 6-19 0-2 15, Ferrell 2-10 5-7 9, Hammonds 44 04 8, Neal 1-4 1-4 3, Oliver 5-13 4-4 15, Munlyn 0-0 04 0, Sherrod 1-3 2-24. Totals 19-5712-19 55, Halftime—Richmond 29, Georgia Tech 18. 3-point goals-Richmond 14 Rice 14, Atkinson 0-2), Georgia Tech 5-22 (Scott 3-13, Neal 1-3, Oliver 1-4, : errell 0-2). Fouled out-Scott. Rebounds-Richmond 44 (Kratzer 12), ieorgia Tech 37 (Scott, Ferrell 8). Assists—Richmond 16 (Rice' 5), Georgia Tech 13 (Neal 8). Total fouls-Richmond 19, Georgia Tech 22. A-15,608. SOUTHEAST REGIONAL At Cincinnati MARYLAND (81) Massenburg 2-4 04 4, Lewis 4-10 2-2 10, Williams 8-11 44 20, Gatlin 6-12 2-2 18, Archer 5-13 2-214, Dickerson 1-1 04 2, Walker 04 04 0, Hood 0-4 2-2 2, McCoy 3-5 2-211. Totals 294014-1681. KENTUCKY (90) Manuel 4-7 4-413, Bennett 7-93-417, Lock 5-7 04 10, Chapman 9-18 2-7 23, Davender 5-9 13-14 23, Ellis 24 0-0 4, Madison 0-00-00, Jenkins 04 04 0. Totais 32-56 22-29 90, Halflime-Kentucky 42, Maryland 41. 3-point goals-Maryland 9-23 (Gatlin 4-8, McCoy 3-5, Archer 2-7, Hood 0-2, Lewis 0-1), Kanlucky 4-9 (Chapman 3-7, Manuel 1-2). Fouled out—None, Rebounds—Maryland 23 (Massenburg, Lewis 6), Kentucky 34 (Bennett 12). Assists—Maryland 15 (Gatlin 7), Kentucky 11 (Manuel, Davender 5). Total fouls—Maryland 23, Kentucky 13. A-16,562. VILLANOVA (88) Plansky 4-105-716, Taylor 3-4 4-410, Greis 54 6416, Wilson 3-11M 9, West 24 34 7, Massey 2-21-4 5, Enright 1-2 04 3, Bekkedam 0-00-00. Totals 20-45 19-2766. ILLINOIS (83) Anderson 6-19 1-2 13, Battle 6-9 3-7 15, Kujawa 2-71-3 5, Blackwell 1-21-2 3, Bardo 5-7 3413, Hamilton 2-5 0-2 4, Gill 4-71-110, Smith 04040. Totals 26-56 10-2363. Halflime-IIHnois 30, Villanova 20. 3-point goals-Vllianova 7-15 (Wilson 34, Plansky 3-7, Enright 1-1, West 0-1), Illinois 1-2 (Gill 1-2). Fouled out- Battle, Grels, Massey. Rebounds— Villanova 35 (Greis 13), Illinois 33 (Kujawa 12). Assists-Villanova 12 (Plansky 7), Illinois 8 (Kujawa, Gill 3). Total fouls-Villanova 23, Illinois 22. A-16,562. MIDWEST REGIONAL At Lincoln, Neb. VANDERBILT (80) Kornet 2-7 0-1 4, Reid 5-11 2-2 12, Perdue 6-11 3-5 15, Booker 5-9 1-216, Goheen 6-13 8-9 22, Mayes 2-3 0-0 6, Draud 1-3 2-2 5, Grant 0-1 04 0, Wilcox 0-10-00. lotals 28-5916-2180, PITTSBURGH (74) Gore 6-14 1-1 14, Lane 3-5 2-4 8, Smith 7-18 74 21, Miller 2-7 2-2 7, Porter 6-10 0-014, Matthews 2-3 2-2 8, Martin 0-1 2-2 2, Bailey 0-0 04 0, Totals 26-5816-1974. Halftime-Pittsburgh 34, Vanderbilt 34. Regulation-Pittsburgh 69, Vanderbilt 69. 3-poin( goals-Vanderbilt 8-15 (Booker 3-6, Goheen 2-3, Mayes 2-2, Graud 1-3), Pittsburgh 6-15 (Mai- thews 2-3, Porter 2-4, Milter 1-4, Gore 1-2, Lane 0-1, Smith 0-1). Fouled out—Perdue, Smith, Rebounds— Vanderbiit 27 (Perdue, Booker, Goheen 5), Pittsburgh 42 (Lane 20). Assists—Vanderbilt 17 (Draud, Perdue 4), Pittsburgh 18 (Miller 7). Total fouls-Vanderbilt 14, Pittsburgh 21. Technical-Smith, A-14,453. MURRAY ST. (58) Martin 7-16 7-7 22, Ogden 1-4 0-0 2, Sias 1-3 M 2, Mann 4-15 6-7 16, King 3-7 0-0 9, McClatchey 1-1 0-2 2, Foster 04 0-0 0, Brooks 2-5 04 5, Totals 19-51 13-1658. KANSAS (61) Newton 5-10, 1-2 11, Piper 1-3 0-2 2, Manning 10-19 5-7 25, Pritchard 4-9 4-4 16, Gueldner 1-4 04 3, Barry 04 04 0, Madctex M M 0, Harris 2-3 0-0 4, Normore 04 0-0 0, Minor 04 04 0, Totals 23-4910-15 61. Halftime—Kansas 28, Murray St. 23, 3-point goals-Murray St. 7-18 (King 34, Mann 2-9, Martin 1-2, Brooks 1-1), Kansas 5-11 (Pritchard 4-6, Gueldner 1-2, Newton 0-2, Manning 0-1), Fouled out-Sias, Piper. Rebounds-Murray St. 28 (Martin 7), Kansas 34 (Harris 8). Asslsts-Murray SI. 10 (Mann 6), Kansas 17 (Barry 4). Total fouls- Murray St. 12, Kansas 16. A-14,453. c MIT National Invitation Tournament All Times EST FIRST ROUND Wednesday, March 16 Ohio St. 86, Old Dominion 73 Thursday, March 17 Georgia 53, Georgia Southern 48 Connecticut 62, Wesl Virginia 57, OT Evansvllle«8,Utah55 Louisiana Tech 66, Arkansas-Little Rock 56 Boston College 73, Siena65 Houston 69, Fordham 61 New Mexico 88, Pepperdlne 75 Oregon 81, Santa Clara 65 Friday, March 18 Cleveland State 89, Illinois State 83, OT Middle Tennessee State 85, Tennessee 80 Virginia Commonwealth 81, Marshall 80 Arkansas State 70, Northeast Louisiana 59 Southern Mississippi 74, Clemson 69 Colorado State 63, New Orleans 54 Stanford 80, Long Beach St. 77 SECONDROUND Monday,Marcn21 Louisiana Tech, 22-8, at Connecticut, 15-14 at Hartford, Conn., 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 22 Boston College, 18-13, at Evansvllle, 21-7,8:35 p.m. , Southern Mississippi, 19-10, at Virginia Commonwealth, 22-11, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland State, 22-7, at Ohio State, 17-12,8:30 p.m. Georgia, 20-15, at Middle Tennessee, 22-10,8:30 p.m. Houston, 18-12, at Colorado State, 19-12,10:30 p.m. Oregon, 18-13, at New Mexico, 21-13,10:30 p.m. Arkansas State, 20-13, at Stanford, 21-11,10:30p.m. QUARTERFINALS Friday, March 25 and Saturday, March 28 Pairings, Sites and Times TBA SEMIFINALS Tuesday, March 28 At New York Semifinals, 7 p.m. and 9 p.m. THIRD PLACE Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semifinal losers, 7p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesday, March 30 At New York Semifinal winners, 9p.m. State Tournament High School Basketball Semliiate Tournament Scores Fort Wayne Norwell 80, Portage 57 Concord 84, Ft. Wayne Dwenger 75 Championship Concord 65, Norwell 60 Indianapolis Indpls Ben Davis 69, Richmond 61 Muncie Central 73, Bloomington South 58 Championship Muncie Central 74, Indpls Ben Davis SS Lafayette Hammond Noll 58, Browns burg 56 Kokomo 85, LateyelteJefffil Championship Hammond Noll 53, Kokomo 40 Terre Hauls Bedford-N.Lawrence 72, Loogootee 63 Greencastle 69, Evansvllle Central 65, Or Championship Bedford-N,Lawrence 62, Greencastle 47 Final Four Pairings Saturday, March 28 ndlanapolls Market Square Arena All Times EST) This announcement appears as a matter of record only. S 3, 130, 000 LOGANSPORT FIRE STATION & STREET FACILITY BUILDING CORPORATION PARTICIPATION CERTIFICATES Amount $35,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 40,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 45,000 50,000 50,000 50,000 55,000 55,000 60,000 60,000 60,000 65,000 65,000 70,000 March 15, Coupon 5.25% 5.50 5.50 5.75 5.75 6.00 6.00 6.25 6.25 6.50 6.50 6.70 6.70 6.90 6.90 7.10 7.10 7.30 7.30 7.50 1988 Maturity 9/1/89 3/1/90 9/1/90 3/1/91 9/1/91 3/1/92 9/1/92 3/1/93 9/1/93 3/1/94 9/1/94 3/1/95 9/1/95 3/1/96 9/1/96 3/1/97 9/1/97 3/1/98 9/1/98 3/1/99 Yield Amount 5.25% 70,000 5.50 75,000 5.50 75,000 5.75 80,000 5.75 85,000 6.00 85,000 6.00 90,000 6.25 95,000 6.25 95,000 6.50 100,000 6.50 105,000 6.70 110,000 6.70 115,000 6.90 120,000 6.90 120,000 7.10 125,000 7.10 135,000 7.30 140,000 7.30 145,000 7.50 150,000 Coupon 7.50 % 7.70 7.70 7.80 7.80 7.90 7.90 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.10 8.10 8.20 8.20 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 Maturity 9/1/99 3/1/00 9/1/00 3/1/01 9/1/01 3/1/02 9/1/02 3/1/03 9/1/03 3/1/04 9/1/04 3/1/05 9/1/05 "3/1/06 9/1/06 3/1/07 9/1/07 3/1/08 9/1/08 3/1/09 Yield 7.50% 7.70 7.70 7.80 7.80 7.90 7.90 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.00 8.10 8.10 8.20 8.20 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 8.25 Raffensperger, Hughes & Co., Inc. Indianapolis, 211 South Third Street Bend, INCORPORATED FOUNDED 1937 Investment Securities Logansport, IN 46947 Evansville, Lafayette, Portland 11:00 a.m.-Muncie Central (26-1) vs Bedlord-N.Lawrence (26-1) 12:30 p.m.-Hammond Noll (21-5) vs Concord (27-0) 8:05 p.m.-1988 Stale Championship S»ml»t«le Chifliptonihlp Boxscores At Ft. Wiyrw CONCORD (85) Kemp 10-18 fr-8 26, Sharp 1-5 M 2, Mutch W 3-4 3, Johnson 5-9 9-1219, Larkin 4-10 3-5 13, Sumtak 1-1 M 2, Wickey M M 0, Rector 0-1 M 0, Bailey M 0-0 0. Totals 21-48 21-29 65. NOflWELL(M) Archbold 12-232-5 26, Heed 5-151-4 11, Dishong 2-7 M 4, Graft 1-3 0-0 3, Thompson 1-5 M 2, Hanseirnan 0-0 0-0 0, Mllriolland 5-111-211, Walmsley M 0-2 0, Netherland 1-4 WJ 3. Total 27-56 4-1360. Concord 201311 21-« Norwell 11 1112 2J-40 3-polnt goals-Concord 2-6 (Larkin 2-5, Johnson 0-1), Norwell 2-10 (Graft 1-2, Netherland 1-3, Reed 0-2, Mllholland 0-1, Thompson 0-1, Dishong 0-1). Fouled out—Kemp, Thompson. Rebounds-Concord 39 (Kemp 16), Norweli 29 (Archbold 10). Total fouls-Concord 12, Norwell 21. A-7,504. At Terre Hautt GREENCASTLE (47) Kecko 8-13 2-318, Remsburg 3-7 4-4 11, Huber 4-13 M 9, Pettit 2-41-1 5, King 2-3 M 4, VanBibber (M M 0, Barnett 0-2 M 0, Miller 0-2 0-0 0, Twigg 0-00-00, Bowen M 0-0 0, Rehlander 0-10-00. Totals 19-497-* 47. BEDFORD-N. LAWRENCE (82) Bailey 8-1211-11 28, Ritter 6-15 (H113, Byrer 2-4 0-0 4, Pittman 1-3 3-5 5, Speer 2-2 0-3 4, Noel 2-3 M 4, Ikerd 1-1 0-2 2, Boshears 1-1 0-2 2, Clouse 0-0 0-0 0, Mahuron (M) 0-2 0. Totals 23-41 14-23 62. QrwncMtle 11 13 14 9-47 Bedford 12171320-62 3-point goals—Greencaslle 7-8 (Hecko 2-3, Remsburg H Pettit 1-1), Bedford-N.Lawrence 2-6 (Bailey 1-2, Ritter 1-3, Pittman 0-1). Rebounds— Greencastle 3< (Hecko 7), Bedford-N.Lawrence 33 (Bailey 13). Assists-Greencastle 14 (Huber 6), Bedford-N. Lawrence 14 (Bailey 7). Total fouls-Greencastle 19, Bedford-N.Lawrence 9. At Indtarwpdla MUNCIE CENTRAL (74) VanLeer 7-141-215, Long 6-11 M 12, Wlnnlngham 3-6 4-411, Young 0-7 0-0 0, Thompson 13-15 8-11 34, Wolfe 1-3 0-1 2. Totals 30-5613-1874. BEN DAVIS (89) Hubbard M 2-2 8, McGuire 6-17 0-2 12, Burns 1-1 M 2, Williams 11-21 M 29, Davis 7-11 1-1 15, Hay 1-3 1-2 3. Totals 26-91 9-13 69. MuncleC 25 1717 15-74 Bon Davis 22102017-69 3-point goals—Muncie Central 1-5 (Wlnningham 1-1, Young 0-4), Ben Davis 2-10 (Williams 2-5, Davis 0-2, McGuire 0-3), Rebounds-Muncie Central 35 (Thompson 9), Sen Davis 28 (Williams 8), Fouled out-Burns. Total fouls—Muncie Central 10, Ben Davis 18. A-10,OOOest. At Ufiyette KOKOMO(40) Wilson 6-14 3-3 15, Baker 1-2 1-2 3, Smith 2-3 M 4, Reaves 1-10 2-4 4, Hogan 5-12 0-0 12, Markle 0-0 M 0, Johnson 0-3 0-0 0, Sebree 0-0 2-1 2. Totals15-44 8-1140. HAM MONO NOLL (53) N.McCoy 3-10 0-1 6, Reed 1-1 M 3, Bradtke 1-1 4-4 6, Banks 5-10 W 18 S.McCoy 3-5 M 12, Bobos 3-3 2-2 8. Total16-3017-1953. Kotcomo 14 7 415-40 Hammond Noll »18 S 23-53 3-point goals—Kokomo 2-15 (Hogan 2-6, Reaves 0-5, Wilson 0-2, Johnson 0-2). Hammond Noll 4-11 (Banks 2-5, S. McCoy 1-1, Reed 1-1, N. McCoy (M), Fouled oul-Hogan. Rebounds— Kokomo 24 (Wilson 5, Hogan 5), Hammond Noll 23 (N.McCoy 9). Total fouls—Kokomo 17, Hammond Noll 8. INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - How The Associated Press Top 20 Indiana high school boys basketball teams have fared in the 1988 tournament, and first-round Final Four opponents Saturday for those ranked teams still alive In the tourney: 1. Muncie Central (26-1) beat Muncie Burris 89-32; beat Muncie North 71-53; beat Muncie South 8641, OT; beat New Castle 8441; beat Greenfield 100-60; beat Bloominglon South 72-59; beat Indpls Ben Davis 7449; vs No 3 Bedford-N.Lawrence. 2. Concord (27-0) beat NorthWood 66-46; beat Elk.Central 67-52; beat Penn 70-45; beat Tippecanoe Valley 69-58; beat East Noble 40-34; beat FW Dwenger 84-75; beat Norwell 6540; vs Hammond Noll. 3. Bedford-N.Lawrence (26-1) beat Jennings Co. 72-59; beat Brownstown 90-60; beat Seymour 85-74; beat No.20 New Washington 7342; beat No.6 Jeftersonville 9148; beat Loogootee 7243; beat Greencastle 62-47; vs No.1 Muncie Central. 4. Richmond (25-3) beat Winchester 89-48; beat Randolph Southern 8949; beat Cambridge City 91-45; beat Switzerland Co. 83-57; beat S.RIpley 10344; lost to Indpls Ben Davis 6941. 5. Kokomo (24-3) beat Western 5644; beat Maconaquah 71-42; beat Northwestern 64-30; beat Wapahanl 49-32; beat Anderson Madison Hts. 47-45; beat Lafayette Jeff 6541; lost to Hammond Noll 53-40. 6. Oregon-Davis (23-2) beat Culver 9048; beat N.Judson 59-55; beat LaCrosse 90-73; lost to Portage 74-71. 7. S.Benfl St.Joseph's (23-2) beat SB Adams 55-53; beat Mlshawalia Marian 58-37; beat SB LaSalle 61-48; lost to No.18LaPorte 72-64. 6. Anderson Highland (18-3) lost to Anderson Madison Hts. 7549. 9. Gary Roosevelt (18-5) beat Gary West 8649; beat Gary Win 49-38; lost to Hammond Noll 56-51. 10. Bloomfield (20-3) beat Eastern (Greene) 46-37; beat Linton 81-44; lost to Shakamak 61-59. 11. Jay County (184) beat Blackford 64-54; lost to Delta 79-74. 12. Indpls Cathedral |1M) beat Lawrence Central 9443; beat No. 19 Indpls N.Central 6741; lost to Indpls Chatard 71-55. 13. Mississinewa (21-2) beat Ei«ood 65-35; beat Marlon 45-42; lost to Madison-Grant53-52,20Ts. 14. Lawrence North (19-5) beat In- dpls Tech 59-55, OT; lost to Indpls Chatard 6645. 15. Lafayette Catholic (18-3) lost to .alayette Jeff 7644. 16. Jeffersonville (204) beat New Albany 8«-78; beat Clarksville 10046; beat Floyd Central 83-77; lost to No. 3 Bed ford-N.Lawrence 9148. 17. Evansvillff North (15-5) tost to Ev.Bosse 54-51. 18. LaPorte (21-4) beat New Prairie 9746; beat Mteh.Clty Rogers 89-73; beat Mich City Elston 97-72; beat No.7 S.Bend St.Joseph's 7244; lost to Portage XM9. 19. Indpls N.Central (174) beat In- dpls Arlington 72-48; lost to No.12 Indpls Cathedral 6741. 20. New Washington (22-3) beat Southwestern 75-42; beat Madison 79-51; beat Austin 73-50; lost to No.3 Bedford-N.Lawrence 7342. NBA All Times EST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB x-Boston 46 20 .897 Philadelphia 29 36 .446 16V; NewYork 28 36 .438 17 Washington 28 37 .431 17% New Jersey 17 46 .262 28% Central Division Detroit 44 20 .688 Atlanta 39 24 .619 4Vj Milwaukee 36 27 .571 7% Chicago 37 28 .589 7% Indiana 32 33 .492 13 Cleveland 30 36 ,455 15% WESTERN CONFERENCE Mkr*«t Division W L Pet. GB x-Dallas 43 21 ,672 Houston 38 25 .603 4% x-Denver 39 26 .600 4Vi Utah 36 29 .554 7% San Antonio 24 39 ,381 18% Sacramento 19 46 .292 24V: Pacific Division x-L.A. Lakers 51 14 .785 x-Portland 42 22 .656 8'A Seattle 34 32 .515 16% Phoenix 20 44 .313 31 Golden State 16 48 .250 34% LA, Clippers 13 50 .206 37 x-cltnched playoff berth Saturday'i G*m«» New York 116, Atlanta 110 Philadelphia 94, Washington 89 San Antonio 113, Utah 110 Milwaukee 101, Cleveland 100 Phoenix 102, Los Angeles Lakers 95 Sacramento 121, Houston 104 Sunday's Games Boston 137, Chicago 107 Indiana 102, New Jersey M Denver 106, Seattle 95 Detrolt118, Washington 110 Portland 105, Dallas 99 Los Angeles Clippers 116, Sacramento 112 Los Angeles Lakers 130, Golden State 127 Monday's Games Milwaukee at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m, New York at San Antonio, 8:30 p.m, Los Angeles Clippers at Phoenix, 9:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games Indiana at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at New Jersey, 8 p.m. Atlanta at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. New York at Dallas, 6:30 p.m, San Antonio at Denver, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Houston at Los Angeles Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Sunday's NBA Boxes Al East Rutherford, N.J. INDIANA (102) Tisdale 9-16 04 18, Person 5-14 04 10, Stlpanovich 10-12 4-4 24, Fleming 342-28, Long 2-71-1 5, H.Williams 1-5 2-2 4, Miller 44 8-716, Anderson 3-7 4-4 10, Skiles 24 2-3 6, Gray 0-1 1-2 1. Totals 3944 22-25102, NEW JERSEY (98) Hlnson 10-24 2-2 22, B.Williams 5-12 3-413, McCormick 4-7 4-912, Bapley 6-170-013, Birdsong 3-13 349, Bradley 54 1-1 12, Dw.Washington 1-3 04 2, Engler 1-2 0-0 2, Hopson 2-7 1-2 5, Comegys 04 04 0, McKenna 2-2 04 e.Tolals 39-9514-24 96. Indiana 22 27 23 30-102 New Jersey 21 22 25 28- 98 3-Point goals-Miller 2, McKenna 2, Bradley, Bagley. Fouled out—B.Williams. Rebounds-Indiana 53 (Stipanovich 10), New Jersey 51 (McCormick 16). Assists- Indiana 20 (Skiles 5), New Jersey 23 (Bagley 10). Total fouls-Indiana 22, New Jersey 26. Technicals—Hinson. Hopson. A-10,902. At Boston CHICAGO (107) Sellers 5-13 0-110, Oakley 5-103-313, Corzlne 7-121-115, Vincent 4-15 7-815, Jordan 10-18 64 26, Grant 3-7 1-2 7, Pippen8-111-517,Jo.PaxsonO-1 MO, Sparrow 1-4 04 2, Brown 0-0 04 0, Turner 1-1 0-0 2, Waiters 0-10-00 Totals 44-9319-28107. BOSTON (137) McHale 10-169-9 29, Bird 14-212-233, Parish 8-13 2-218, Johnson 7-112-216, Ainge 54 4-4 15, Ji.Paxson 24 3-4 7, Acres 0-1 04 0, Minnicfield 1-20-02, Gilmore 3-3 3-4 9, Roberts 2-4 0-0 4, Lohaus 04(W 0, Lewis 2-2 0-04,Tolals 544925-27137. Chicago M 34 22 22-10? Boston 3532 28 42-137 3-Point goals-Bird 3, Ainge. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 48 (Oakley 9), Boston 47 (McHale 10). Assists—Chicago 28 (Vincenl 8), Boston 40 (Johnson 10). Total fouls—Chicago 22, Boston 25. A-14,890. Baseball Exhibition Baseball All Times EST AMERICAN LEAGUE W L Pet. Kansas City 12 6 .667 New York 12 6 .667 Toronto 10 6 .625 California 9 7 .563 Oakland 9 8 .529 Seattle 9 8 .529 Texas 8 9 .471 Chicago 8 10 .444 Cleveland 8 10 .444 Baltimore 6 10 .375 Boston 6 11 .353 Milwaukee 6 12 ,333 Minnesota 5 11 ,313 Detroit 4 12 ,250 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pet. Los Angeles 14 5 .737 Cincinnati 10 6 ,625 Montreal 10 6 .625 Chicago :'..... 12 8 ,600 NewYork 10 7 .588 Houston 10 8 .556 SI.Louis 8 7 .533 San Francisco 9 8 .529 Pittsburgh 9 10 .474 San Diego 8 9 .471 Philadelphia 7 10 .412 Atlanta 4 13 .235 NOTE: Split-squad games count in standings, lies do not Sunday's Garnet Chicago Cubs 4, Seattle 3 Texas 2, Chicago White Sox 1 Houston 2, Minnesota 1 Cincinnati 3, Philadelphia 1 Prices Good Thru March 31,1988 15580R13 15580R13 18580R13 15580R13 17580R13 1B580R13 18578R14 19575R14 19575R14 20570R14 20575R14 2057SR14 21570R14 20575R15 21575R15 22575R15 23575R15 23575R15XL P175/80R13 P185/75R14 P195/75R14 P205/75R15 P215/75R15 P225/75R15 P235/75R15 M.OW I SEIBERLING WS TRAXX WS SEfBERLING WS SUPREME WS SUPREME WS SUPREME WS SUPREME WS SUPREME BLACK SUPREME WS SUPREME BLACK SUPREME WS SUPREME W, LETTER SUPREME BLACK SUPREME WS SUPREME WS SUPREME WS SUPREME WS RADIAL ATXWL 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial 721 Steel Belted Radial EACH 24.75 25.95 33.95 28.95 32.95 35.95 42.95 34.95 43.95 34.95 4/.VO 52.95 43.95 50.95 56.95 59.95 63.95 65.95 37.71 43.27 44.96 53.35 54.16 55.06 56.33 721 RADIAL LUBE & OIL FILTER We'll lubricate your vehicle's chasili, drain th# old cl) and install up to 5 quart* of new oil ond a new oil filter. Moit American cars and light truck* id moit Datiuns. foyaloi, VW'i and Hondai. ALIGNMENT We'll align your vehicle's front wheeli letting all adjustable angles to manufacturer's original specification i, American cars ana many Import! (Chevette toe only). TUNE-UP We'll Install n*w ipark plugs, ad|utt Idle speed, let liming, reit battery and charging system and Inspect other key engine parlt. Electronic Ignition cars. 3» oa 4cyi, •40"" 6 eyl. SO"" 8 cyl. FRONT DISC BSAK* tnttoll new pods, resurface rotor i, repack wheel boaringt, install new greaie lead, add needed flufa*, Includes rebulltcqllperi. Single piston Am«rlcon car*. Cass Co. Tire Co. 27 South 3rd St. Store Hours; 8 AM-5 PM Man. fn. S AM-Moor Sut. 753-5171

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