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2-B THE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS WEDNESDAY MORNING, OCTOBER 13,1993 SCOREBOARD Baseball Playoffs AM Tun** EOT PLAYOFFS ly.Octs Twomo 7, Chfcow 3 W*dh*td*y,0ct« Toronto 3, CWcago ) Friday. Oct 8 Chicago 6, Tofonto 1 Saturday. Oct» Chicago 7. Toronto 4 Sunday. Oct 10 Tofonto 5, Chicago 3 Tu»»d«y, Oct. 12 Toronto 8, Chicago 3, Tofonto v*i« Mri« 4-2 Nrtonal LUQIM W«dn«»d«y. Oet 6 Philadelphia 4, Atlanta 3.10 hninos Thurtday, Oct. 7 Mania 14, PhBadalphla 3 Saturday, Oct» Allan la 9, Phladefchla 4 Sunday, Oct 10 Philadelphia 2, Atlanta 1 Uondty.Oct 11 Phlladalphla 4, Atlanta 3, 10 innings, Ph! lade Iphla toads s e rles 3-2 Wadr»»day, Oct 13 Atlanta (Maddux 1-0) at Philadelphia (GfueneO-l), 8:12 p.m. Thur*day, Oct 14 Atlanta at Philadelphia, 3:12 p.m. If necessary WORLD SERIES Saturday, Oet 16 NL champion at Toronto, 829 p.m. Sunday, Oct 17 NL a Toronto, 829 p.m. Ti»*d«y, Oct1> Toronto at NL. 8:12 p.m. W«dn«*d*y, Oct 20 Toronto at NL, 8:12 p.m. Thur»(S*y, Oct 21 Toronto at NL, 8:12 p.m., It necessary Saturday, Oct 23 NL a Toronto, 8:12 p.m., If necessary Sunday, Oet M NL A Toronto, 829 p.m.. if necessar/ NFL Glance AM Tims. EOT AMEHCAH COHFE«EHCE En* Mam! IndianapcSs N.Y.Jett NawEngfamJ Cleveland PitBbugh Houston dncinnaK Kansas City Denver URsMsfs W 4 4 2 2 i 3 2 3 2 1 4 0 5 Wnl 41 T Pd PF PA 0.60011667 0 £00 101 81 0 .400 68102 0.40Q139106 0 JKIS 74140 0 .600 S3 90 0 .600 103 78 0 200 B8114 0.00052106 0 JS30 B3 64 0 .600129 as 0 .600 90 83 0 .600 92 73 0.40070110 ,, . rWTIOKALCOHFEflEHCE Buffatai Rwd «5. Biwba 3-61, Cop9land 3-26, Brcota 3-16, Thorha* 1^5, Gardner 1-22. MISSED FELD GOALS-Buffalo. ChrtsUe * College Football Th« Top 25 The Top TwwKy FVe teams In The Associated Press 1993 coSege football poll, with flrtt-place votes In parentheses, record* Through Oct 9, total points based oo 25 points for a first -place vole through or* point tor a 25Uvpia<» vote, and rank- Ing In the previous pol: Record Pts Pvs I.Florida Si (SlJ 6-0-0 1,549 1 a Alabama (!) 5-0-0 1/80 2 3. NotieOame 6-0-0 1,413 4 4. Florida 5-0-0 1,365 S S.OhtoSt 5-tW) 1,245 6 6. Nebraska 5-r>o 1.169 7 7. Pern St. 5-<H> 1.163 8 8. Miami 4-1-0 1,156 3 9. Oklahoma 5-O-0 1,073 10 10. Tennessee 5-1-01021 11 11. Arizona 5-OO 957 12 12. Washington 4-1-0 628 13 13. Texas MM 4-1-0 609 H 14. North Carolina 6-1-0 697 15 15. Virginia 5-0-0 613 18 16. Wisconsin 5-0-0 556 21 17. Wesl Virginia 5-OX) 470 24 18. Michigan 3-20 451 9 19. Auburn 6-O-0 426 22 20. Colorado 3-2-0 408 20 21. California 5-1-0 345 16 22. UCLA 3-2-0 2S7 25 23. LwjteviBe 5-1-0 212 17 24. Syracuse 3-1-1 178 23 25. Michigan St 3-1-0 142 — Others receiving votes: Kansas Sate 35, Indiana 30, Clemson 29. Boston College 22. Brigham Young 19,A/my1. Sport* Network Div. I-AA Poll HONTINGDON VALLEY, Pa. - The top 25 tearm In the 1 &J3 Sports Network Division IAA foottaJ poll, v*tth first-place votes In parentheses, 1993 records through Ou. 9, total points and las* week's ranking: P.ecord Pts Prv 1. Idaho (58) 5*01545 1 2. Troy State (3) 6O-01441 3 3. Marshall 4-1-01367 5 4. Youngslown St 4-1-01294 6 5. N. Carolina AiT 5-0-01249 7 6. Geo. Southern (} 4-2-0 1180 8 7. Delaware *-i-o 1005 2 a Montana 5-1-0 995 12 9. Northern Iowa 4-2-0 991 11 10. Stephen F.Au 4-1-0 925 13 11. Central Ffori 4-1-0 880 16 12-NELoulsIana 4-2-0 849 4 13. McNssseSl 3-2-0 775 13 14. Richmond 5-1-0 707 14 15. Ateorn State 4-1-O 676 15 16. Southern U. 6-O-0 581 19 17. WlSamaMa 3-2-0 565 17 1 B. Boston U. 5-O^3 453 23 19. Samfoid 4-2-0 450 9 20. No. A/izona 6-0-0 425 24 21. W. Kentucky 4-1-0 323 21 22. Howard U. 5-0-0 296 25 23. Middle Tend. St 2-3-0 276 10 24. Princeton 4-0-0 152 — 25. W.CaroBna 2-3-0 143 20 N.Y. Qants Philadelphia &*"*• Prwenix Washington CHcago Detroit Mnnasota GrwnBay Tampa Day NewCrJsans San Francisco LA Rams AJanta W L 4 1 4 1 3 2 1 4 1 4 Ctnlril 32 3 2 3 2 2 3 1 4 WHt 5 0 32 23 05 T PttPFPA 0 .800 124 61 0.800118112 0 .600 106 75 0 ^00 86 99 0 .200 93 125 0 .600 97 55 0 .600 83 90 0 .600 66 82 0.400110104 0^0054122 01.00013474 0 .600 125 101 0 .400 77 10S 0 .000 91 152 Hockey AOTlmMEDT EASTERN CONFERENCE Thursday, Oct 14 UK Angales Rams at Atlanta, 730 p m. Sunday, Oct. 17 Cleveland at Cincinnati, 1 p.m. Houston at Naw England, 1 p.m. New Orleans at Pittsburgh, 1 p.m. Philadatphia at Mew YoA Giants, 1 p m. Saatilaat Detroit. 1 p.m. Washington a Phoenbt, 4p.m. Kansas Crty at San Diego, 4 p.m. San Francisco at Dalias, 4 p.m. Open Data; Buffalo, Indianapolis, Mlarrt New York Jets. Chicago, Green Bay, Minnesota, Tampa Bay Monday, Oct. 1 a Lcs Angelas Raldsrs at Denver. 9 p.m. Oilers-Bills from lats Monday night Houston 7 00 0 _ 7 Buffalo 7 21 0 7 — as First Quarter Bui— 8«*ia 34 pass from Keily (Chris3a Hck), 320. Hou— LHarrls 17 pass from Moon (Dal Groco Wck), 13:52. Sac orrf Quarter Buf— Raed 24 pass from Kelly (Christla kick), 1:52. Buf— He«d 39 pass I ram Kelly [Chrbtls Wck), SM. Buf— Thomas 7 run (Christie kick), 1 1 26. Fourth Quarter Buf— K.Davls3 run (Christie kick), 1033 A— 79,613. First dovms Rushes-yards Passing Punt Reiums KIckolf Returns Interceptions Ret. Comp-An-Int Sacked-Yaras Lost Punts Fun*tes-Lost Ponalttes-Yards Time of Possession Hou Buf 18 23 17-84 46-141 245 241 3-23 3-32 4-88 1-11 0-0 4-29 25-40-415-25-0 4-27 2-6 3-49 6-36 4-3 4-1 12-59 5-35 27:52 32:08 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—Houston, White 12-38, Moon 3-37. Carbon 1-7. Wellman 1-2. Buffalo Thomas 24-82, ICDavis 16-W, Bfooks 1-a Gardner 1-2, Kely 1-0, Reich 2-{mimis 2) Read 1-(minus 4). PASSII'tS— Houston. Moon 16-2S3-177 Carison 9-15-1-95. Buffalo, Kelly 15-250-247. RECEIVING—Houston, White 8-65, Jef- firas 5-60, Slaughter 5-«5, Weflman 2-34 GMns 2-31. Harris 2-24, Norgard 1-13. Blue Jays — Continued from 1B Stewart extended his record for most playoff victories — teammate Juan Guzman is next with just four. He also passed Hall of Famer Catfish Hunter for the most innings pitched in the playoffs. Stewart does have two no-decisions in the playoffs — of course, his team won both of those games, too. All evening, Stewart stayed hot even while the temperatures dropped into the low 40s. Blowing on his hand to keep warm, he blew down a revamped Chicago lineup. Warren Newson replaced slumping Bo Jackson as the designated hitter, homered in the ninth off Duane Ward, who got a save. Catcher Mike LaValliere was hitless in place of Ron Karkovice. Stewart outpitched Fernandez W L TPU GF GA NewJwssy 4 0 0 B 21 12 Phaadalplia 3 1 0 6 18 13 NYRangars 2 2 0 4 15 13 Florida 1 2 1 3 10 11 NY Wanders 1 2 0 2 6 10 TampaBay 03 0059 Washington 0 4 0 0 13 23 HorthiMtOMtlon Pittsttrgh 3 2 0 6 14 15 Boston 2 1 1 5 15 12 MonJsal 2 1 1 5 13 10 Quebec 1 1 1 3 15 16 Hartford 1 2 0 2 8 11 Buffalo 1 3 o 2 14 13 Onawa 0 1 1 1 10 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE Ctnlra! Dfvkto.n W L T Pt» GF GA Toronto 3 o 0 6 13 B SL Louis 2 0 0 4 12 8 CHcago i 1 2 4 12 12 DaSas 1 1 2 4 15 16 Wnnipag 1 2 1 3 16 18 Detroit 1 2 0 2 14 18 Pitiflc Dlvitlon Calgary 3 0 0 6 13 4 Edmonton 21 0497 LaAngslst 2 I 3 4 17 IS Vancouver 2 1 o 4 10 B Anaheim 0 2 0 0 5 11 San Jos 8 03 0 0 6 14 Monday** Gamm Montreal I.Boston l.tta Vancouver 4, Edmonton 1 N.Y. Rangers 5, Washington 2 Tundcy's Gam» Ljta G«n« Not Included New Jersey 7, Winnipeg 4 PhBadefchta 5, Buffalo 3 Pittsburgh 2, Florida 1 Chicago 3, Dallas 3 N.Y. Islanders at Los Angales, (n) W»dn»»d«y» Gwnn Montreal at Hartford, 735 p.ra Quebec at N.Y. Rangers, 735 p.m. Washington at Toronto, 735 p.m. St. Louis at Detroit, 735 p.m_ Edmonton at Anaheim, 1035 p.m. Trued*/* Garnet Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay, 735 p.m. Ottawa at Florida, 735 p.m. Hartford at Chicago, 835 p.m. Calgary at San Jose, 1035 p.m. Edmonton at Los Angeles, 1035 p.m. 10/12/93 951 PM Inches: 6.8 URGENT 9C-HKN— Blackhawks-Stars Sums 10-12 0276 Blackhawks-Stars Chicago 1 1 t 0 — 3 Mlu 1020—3 First Period— 1 , Dallas, Tncrti 1 (Courtna!L Modanol. 737. 2. Chlcaoo. March- merit 1 (Goutet, Hoenfck), 19:47. Penalties— Todd, Chi (hololng), :13; Craig, Dal (high-sticking). 8:06; Noonan, Chi (roughing), 837; Ludwig. Dal (charging). 837; Hatcher, Dal (holding stick), 13:41;Goula. Chi (cross-checking], 13:53; Chefos, Chi (efoowing), 15:53; Sutler, Chi (rooahbg), 19:54; CavalJnl, Da! (slashing), 19:54. Second Period— 3, Chicago, Noonan 1 (GouiaL Rosnicty, 729 (pp). Punaltl**- Hatoner, Oal (interference), 242;Matteau Chi (hooking), 430; Hatch*. Dal (cross- checking), 720; Churta. Dal (roughing), 9:31; Marchmenl, Chi, double minor (etoowlng, roughing), 93t;Xlmbl«, Chi (roughing). 931; Courtna!, Dal (rougNog), 931; Umteu*, Chi (unsportsmaniha conduct), 1726; Johnson, Dal (unsportsman- tka coreii>ct), 172$;Smrtri,CN(!ioldlrM), 17:55; Churla, Dal (ooss-checklng). 19S8. Third Period—4, Oalaj. GJehrisl 1 [Craig, Evason),931.5, Dallas, Modano 5 (Court- nail, CavalBnl), 16^3. 6, Chicago. Noonan 2 (Kucsra, Challos), 1929. Penalties—Chicago bench, served by Lernleux (unsportsmanlfca conduo), 931; GSciirlst Dal (roughing), 13:06; Todd, Chi (roughing), 1526; Johnson, Dal (holding), 1526 Overllme—Non«. Penalties—None. Shots on goal—Chicago 16-4-6-5—31. Dallas 9-9-12-1—31. Power-play Opportunities-Chicago 1 of 7; DaBas 0 of 7. Goalies—Chicago, Hackett, 0-0-1 (31 Bhols-28 saves). DaJas. Moog, 1-1-2 {3128). A—13,827. Referee—flan Hcggartn. Unasmen—/ndy McElman, Mark Pare. Bowling TEXAS CITY — Bowling highlights from Fair Lanes Star Lanes: C«rbld» UwV» League Phil Alexander 24S/678, Jin Smith 244, Joe Delao 234, David Grace 234/636, David Smith 649. AMCO Ladles'Laague Jennifer Jarrett 195/471, Margaret Rose 182. Jodie FlJdel 177/462, Donna Forsell 475. Trio CU**lc LMgu* Jim Long 263, John Austin, Jr. 267/718, Jerry Newman 258, Larry Wloglns 258, Jack McC lain 710, Skee ForomsKy 704. NFLJackMLeagua Jack Ranck 198/560, Tim Beanland 195/434, Bartile Beanland 15S/400, Km- berly Murphy 134, Ruth Obarkamp 132<364, Kerry Oberkamp 362. Senior Citizen* Club Norm Durham 193, Gorman Mayes 166 Jack Neuner 182/499, Boots Roberts 508, FrankOldag486, Mary Stickney 190/517, Llllie Boudreaux 180, Granny Phillips 179/488, Jo Hauptman 481. Chaparral Ciub Richard Cox 245/590, Lane Altenbaumer 228/625, Roy Barnes 224, Bobby DeSanto 224, AJan Raup, J r. 609, Jewel Cui Bson 212/550, Nancy Murphy 182, Doris Kyle 181, Joy Spry 493, Bobble McLaren 486. HOBO David Grace 234/585, Willie White 21S/553, Ed Wheeler 202/576. Vldw Grace 190/499, Dora Moms 189/532, Lesfe Davenport 174/449. CarbldaMhud M aivin David, Jr. 237, Adolf Arellano 215, Jim Hagan 213, Johnny Baker 592, R L Antlay 573, J.W.Bones IV 564, LaVema Douglas 220/529, Ann Hagan 197/555, Tressle Bruton 194, Linda Wiburn 509. T.C.U.B.C. Donald Nelson 276, Danny Moore 263, Michael Bruce 265/762, Richard Reeves 7C4, Jim Long 686. T CL.W B.C linda Wibum 207/516, Mlchele Chotett 200, Pamela Gacfdis 193, Terri Froeschi 494, Sldnle Byrket 487. Ultimate Bail League Johnny Lummus 216/554, Robert Burton 205/541, John Ovesny 174/454, Susan Cannon 178/393, Jeanette Lummus 138/375, Suzy Lummus 135/365. Ladies' Major Barbara Wright 2U/611, LaVerne Douglas 209/613, Ann Megan 559, Jenny Bed- fcigfleld 204, Lorraine Wels 20X. Thursday Mgtrt Buslneetmen'a FU. Vanda 276/647, Ron Reeves 258*57, Larry Delacruz 248. Jake Murphy 657 HtiMU* Laagua Pam Gaddls 204/500, Nfckle Makl 1°3 Joyce Jolly 190, Ettaana Wingo 520. Mae Ferguson 504. Friday Early Mixers Walter Kessler 243/659, Jim Greer 224/624, Kenneth Millar 214/619, Linda Crouch 224/590. Sandy HIchnow 199/5O4, SyMa MIDer 192. Glenda Romano 538. City/County League Bob Hon 2)5/533. Robert Elliott 214/579, Jeff Hives 203, Don Rfves 566. Susan Kstchum 184/498, Mary Hernandez 180522. Cindy Tory 160, Afaa Wintffinger Greyhound Entries Entries In the Gulf Greyhound Pa* Texas Bred FaB Classic, beginning Oct. 28: AJ's Anya (Ervrin Racing); ATD Banker (Chaparral); Bob Thrasher (Erwin Racing); Bob's Contrast (Stokes-LaRosa); Bob's Cruslng (Stokes-LaRosa); Bob's Dorsetl (Stokes-taRcsa); Bob's Sins (Stokes-LaR Bob's Tote tokes-LaRosa); Bob's Tray (Stokes-LaRosa); Brazo Sir Tim (Erwin Radng); B>0s CoW»y (Hartan Brothers); Charm's Gamma (David Ungta); CJ Jay Walker (Richard Martin, Corpus Chrisli); Cody B Dust (High Star); Esporanza (Har!an Brothers); FA Dell (Pevehouse); Far- point Bingo (Donahew-Etharedge); Fast- backO'Scot (Paul Paulk); Fern Baby Fern (Richard Martin); Flying Eubanks (Henni- gan-PatzoW) FMC's Gitup (Harlan Brothers); FMC's Megabucks (Harlan Bnxners); FMC's i eg WaHy (Harlan Brothers); Foreclosure (Donahew-Elheredge); 1 Be Gono (Jamas Robinson) Ico Facade (Hartan Brothers); Ico Pyrite (Hanan Brothers); JDK's Count (Hartan Brothers); Kingwood Deluxe (Hartan Brothers); Kngwcod Gatlin (Harlan Brolhers); Klnko Copy (Pecos); Kydo Barracuda (Richard Martin); lZs Miss QuIckJ (James Robinson); Marque Brirton (Pecos); My Angel Flys (James Robinson); Pete's Rose (David Llngle); Petro Explorer (Black Gold); P's Raisin Smoke (Hennlgan-Petzold); P's Raising Cain fHenntaan-Petzoldl: Rvar Gap (High Star); RJR Deluxe Copy (Pevehouse); Rowdy Ralph (David Lin- gte); RWs Mo Money (James Robinson); Save Me David pavid Ungfe); SC's Incess (Stonecralg-Blaka); Sea Wolf (Harlan Brothers); Sam! Randy (David Llngle); Texas Red (David Lingle) Above entries are as of Oct. 11. Entries subject to change. Betting Odds FavonH* at Pwm St. at Florida SI. Syracuse at Ala. N.C. atClemson at Va. Tech Duka Rutgers Florida Georgia Wise. at Nebraska at Kansas Ok. St. at N'Westem at Iowa at Oklahoma at Miss. at Mom, St. at Houston atTCU at UCLA at Ohio St at Sou. Cat. at Louisville California atMlss.St at Kentucky Notre Dame Texas ASM at Tech at S.D, SL Utah at Arizona at Ariz. St. at Fresno SL Dartmouth Penn. HCAAFoetiMfl Urn 6 25 23 51/2 31/2 H1/2 Off 4 91/2 51/2 21/2 11 27 6 21/2 4 1 51/2 91/2 111/2 71/2 9 1 131/2 21 19 31/2 21/2 101/2 17 16 2 131/2 S 101/2 11/2 19 7 14 Underdog Mlchlozn VirgWa at Pittsburgh at Ga. Tech Wake Forest Temple at Maryland at Army at Auburn at Vandertilt at P undue Kansas St. towaSL at Missouri Minnesota Illinois Colorado Arkansas Tulsa SMU Tulane Washington Michigan St. Oregon St. Sou. Miss. at Wash. St. S.CaroL LSU atBYU t* Savior Rice Colorado St atUTEP Stanloid Oregon Air Force at Columbia Atlanta Cleveland Houston New Orleans at NY Giants at Detroit Kansas City at Dallas at Phoenix Denver NFL Thurkday Sunday 51/2 B 3 81/2 5 31/2 61/2 PX Monday 6 Rams at Cincinnati atNewEng. aiPtUburgh PhladelpMa Seattle at San Diego San Francisco Washington LA Raiders Transactions BASEBALL National Laagua ATLANTA BRAVES-Named M* Wast manager and Rk* Atben and Bill Slack coaches of Durham of Ihe Caroina Leagus and Leon Roberts manager and Glenn Hubbard coach of Macon of tha South Atlantic League. CHICAGO CUSS—Waived S!«VB Lake catcher, for the purpose o< gMng Nm his unconditional release. MONTREAL EXPOS—Tradod Jeff Hosteller, pitcher, to the California Angels for Jeff Kipa a, first baseman. BASKETBALL National BasketbaH Association PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Waived Sidney Graen. lorwaid. FOOTBALL National Football Uagua ATLANTA FALCONS—Traded Eric Dfck- erson, running back, to the Green Bay Packers for John Stephens, running back, and traded Bruce Pfckens, comorback, to Green Bay lor an undisclosed draft pick, CINCINNATI BENGALS-Waived Regale Rembert, wide receiver. DALLAS COWBOYS—Waived Robert Williams, safety. GREEN BAY PACKERS-War/edTunch fiHn. offansVe tackle. WASHINGTON REDSKINS—Signed Keith Willis, defensive end. Waked Jim Rtogs, wide recelvar. HOCKEY National Hockay Laagua NHL—Fined tha CataaJy Flames and Vancouver Canucks $25,000 each for a batween-penods light in a presaason gama on Sept. £7. NEW YORK ISLANDGRS-Asstgned Brent Grieve, forward, to Salt Lake of the International Hockey League. 10'13 Bad To The Bone Six years ago this week (19871 Columbia lost il$ 35th straight football game (streak went to 44). selling all- time NCAA luiiliiy mark. Match school with its disgrace. (A) University of California (B) Carnegie Tech (C) Kansas Slate (1) Students used lunch money on scholarships lor better players (2) Coeds vowed to refuse dates with players until they won (3) After 1-lOseason. coach said •I WONT let this happen again.- He didnt. Nsxl learn went 0-11 I SIM Rj jrjr. (>s.-ij« ty U-.-.1 1 for the second time in a week, all the while adding to his October legacy. The perfect picture of calm, he even seemed to laugh after giving up his first run on a bases- loaded walk to Prank Thomas in the third inning. Even with so much skill, a little luck never hurts. Trailing 3-2, Chicago ran itself out of an inning when pinch runner Karkovice mistakenly took off from second base and was doubled up on Tim Raines* liner to end the seventh. In the eighth, after Thomas singled with one out, Robin Ventura hit a long drive to right that barely hooked foul. Toronto manager Cito Gaston decided not to tempt fate any longer, and took out Stewart. Ward struck out Ventura and Ellis Burks, preserving the lead. For the sixth straight time, the First perfect finish recorded in GGP history LA MARQUE — In the third race Tuesday night at Gulf Greyhound Park, a perfect finish was recorded when the greyhounds crossed the finish line in 1-2-3-4-56-7-8 order. JJ. Melody of the Pecos Kennel was the winner of the maiden race that resulted in the first perfect finish ever at Gulf Greyhound Park. The odds of a perfect one- through-eight finish are 40,320 to 1. In other news Tuesday, track record-holder Fs Raising Cain of the Hennigan-Petzold Kennel r Sports On TV TODAY Baseball 7 p.m. — National League Championship Series, game six , Ch. 11. Boxing 8 p.m. — Prince Chartes Williams v& Booker T. Word, Ight heavyweights, ESPN. Soccar 1 p.m. — World Cup QuaOfier: England vs. Holland, HSE. 11:30 p.m. — U.S. Cup 'SS: USA vs. Mexico (taped), HSE. Bowling 6:30 p.m. — PinwheeJ St. Petersburg/Clearwater Senior Open, ESPN. Volleyball 7 p.m. — Texas Tech vs. Texas A&M (taped), HSE. Tennis 9:30 p.m. — Champions Tour: fnfinl- ti Finals (taped), HSE. Thursday NFL Football 6:30 p.m. — Los Angeles Rams at Atlanta Falcons, TNT. Volleyball 9:30 a.m. — Arizona State at USC, HSE. 11:30 p.m. — World Beach Championships, HSE. Yachting 8:30 p.m. — Whitabread Round-tha- Worid Race, ESPN. Aerobatics 9:00 p.m. — The Oshkoah Fry-in Com- petitiona, ESPN. Motorcycle Racing 11:30 p.m. — Worid Grand Prix Series, ESPN. Ed IS,fr»b9«M. Fran ogwOy/Didaw MS Sod Erf 15. 1993 CUSTOMIZED CHEVY f409) 948 THE INSIDE TRACK Wednesday's Races Gut) Greyhound Park Picks Wednesday mstinw, Oct. 13 Pos{Tim«:l:30p.m [5/1S mi!*, GradaK:} " #3. Siorniy Dancer (Driving on rail); t1. NXS Lace Teddy (Needs to break); *5. Uke's Dan Be De (Outside contender); #ft River Rre (Nice try). Also tnttrtd: 2-Sahara's Mschief, 4-Silver Ending, 7-Emmin Smith, 5- MH's Courtney _ ZndRaoa (5/16 mila, Gr«d.:B) *». Fabled Kahn (Sl/etcfi victory); *3. NXS Dark Wing (Big win last out); *7. Winfra Power (Dropping a dass); »5. Impressive Joe '{If he dears). AJaotnttrtd: 1-Sirigo, 2-Smile Anyway, 4-Mss Glory, S-JJ Dustmas- ler 3rdBac« I5A6 rnlto, Grade:M) tl. Come! Surprise (Wins on rail); fT. Petro Silky (Contends thruoul); *3. Lil Kikker (Up in stretch); #5. WMS Lirte Bit (Gaining on leaders). Also entered: 2-KD's Card Player, 4-Proud Smile, 6-Statie B, 8-TA's Roadshow 4UiRaea (5/16 mil*, Oadi:D) *7. MT's Adam Cain (Should handle D); #6. River Hunt (Double drop); *3. Rancho Kohn (Settling): *2. Marque Princess (Needs no trouble). Also tntored: 1-My Friend Warren, 4-U Too Spedal, S-Uke's Dee Jay. B-Sparkys Phantom _ SthRaca (5/16 mil*, Grade J) *6. AID On Rra (This one is Hoi); #S. Aswespeakaboutit (Always close); */. Hillbilly Quick (Good post); *». CC's Desperado (Follows pace). Abo entered: 2-Hi Standing, 3-Swift Hillary. 5-TG's Patch. 7-H op esrie- counls GtriRac* (5/16 ml-», Grade: D) tl. Rapido Bozo (Clear on rail); #4. Hi Tye (May take this); *2. Airborne Bingo (From B to D); #S. Marque Justice (Some (ale gain). Also entered; 3-Justa Reminder, 5-Smalt Girl. 7-Mster Dude, 8-SIicks Donald 0 _ TttRac* Picks (5/1Smll«,Grad.:A> *6. Ace It (Nice victory lasl lime); **. Rodeo Blua Jeans {Presses Uiru- out); #8. Little Downing {Always game); #5. Frosted Iris (Should be there). Also anteriKf: 1-Rancho Quickstep, 2-JD's Julia Rose, 3-Barn Lea, 7- Duststorm *8. IWas Only Joking (Factor thru- out); 04. Char Go Jim (Hjge win lasl time). Also entered: 1-Cable Fire', 3-Petro I Be Bad, 5-Redial, 7-Chip OK Bast B«t-*6. ATD On Fire In tha fifth race. Bust Long*ho«-#3. I'm Taml Fay in tha eighth nca. Gull Greyhound Park Picks Wednesday night, Oct 13 Post Tims: 7:30 p.m 1*tRac« " (Sm mil*. Grade :C) *2. Bo Knows Turbo (Double drop); fl. Believe In Blue (Follows leader); *S. Ogallala Dasher (Outside runner); #7. Fabled Jamaica (Up in stretch). Also entered: 3-Base Brass. 4- Elected Official , 5-Bob's La Marque 6-JF Dixie Belle ~ #8. Uno Violet (Nice effort). Also entered: 3-Flying Macon. 5- Be A Bachelor, &-lndio Flintlock, 7- Hgl^Choice 7lh R*e» , *2. Gqlrit Petro (Best In this field); #7. Phil's Fury (Could be dose); 48 Hapido Faxittome (Starts out stow); •CS. Flying Falcon (Box to wire last run). Also entered: 1-Lochnivar, 3-Bourv ty Hun, 4-King Toro, 5-SPP's Caution (M mil.. Gr«d*:A) *1. Law's CD (Good post); #3. Peace Message (Likes the grade); *8. Ays LJI Duffer {Can be there); *5 BX's Audra {Contends in A). Also entered: 2-Rapido Molly. 4- Husky Boy, 6-MTs Cowgirl, 7-Sierra Tomato e team that scored first won the game. This also was the last AL playoff game before the whole format changes next year and an extra round is added. The White Sox will spend the winter thinking about missed chances. Then theyU open the 1994 season in Toronto. The Blue Jays broke open the game in the ninth on White's solo homer off Scott Radinsky and Molitor's two-run triple off Roberto Hernandez. The hit was White's 12th of the series, tying an AL playoff record set by Raines this season. Molitor finished with nine hits, seven runs scored and five RBIs. Fernandez, the victim of two errors and two unearned runs in his loss last week, was hurt again by his defense in the fourth as Toronto took a 3-2 lead. turned in a time of 30.39 on a muddy track, winning the seventh race by 14 lengths. The Pick-Six and Tri-Super jackpots continue to build for Wednesday's matinee performance as they have reached $15,126 and $69,312, respectively. (S/16mi!«, Gr^Ti) «. I'm Tami Fay (Not long in B); #6. P's Goodtimes (Chases leader); #5. Pelro Stingray (Even pace); &. Carna John Foiey (Nice eliorl). Also entered: 1-Smilin Sam, 2- Cruise Air, 4-Bob's Phil, 7-VVFO Milie (5/tfimil«,Gr«fe:AA} *5. Sahara's Rebel (Can she make it 3 straight); #4. My Angel Flys (She can fly); *3. Ay's Dover (Class greyhound); *2. Iruska Darryl (Saves ground on rail). Also entered: 1-Bob's Pear! Luck, 6-ForecIosure, 7-Flying Train, 8- Standonit Alvin _ loth Racj (S16mH«,Gr<id,:A} «. Mr. Hobbs (Box lo wire in lasl A); #6. JimboTery (Follows leader); #;. GGB Black Bart (May surprise); #8. Dusty Bottoms (Can contend). Also entered: 2-Downsvilla Rule 3-Bright Lights. 5-LC's Hard Copy, 7- Hungarian Lover . ~ (S'tSmii«,Gr«d«:BJ *8. BC Party Mate (Big drive in stretch); #7. CH's Hi Moe (A gamer); *5. I'm Sunrsh (Evenly around); #1. LB's Music Man (Early foot). Also entered: 2-U'l Badboy Billy. 3- TA's Poncho, 4-Petro Tempesl 6- Tanner*s Doris !__ JcdR»ic« ~ (Srt« rrik, Gradi:M) fl. Scarlet Notes (Wins in coe post); *£. Active {Factor from box); #B Bonnie Paddy (Up late); #4. Damon Baron {Follows pace). Also entered: 2-BC's Nitro Fire, 3- TA's Destiny, 6-O Baby, 7- Oon'tbrealheonme ~ (5;iSrr<l*,Grad«:AA) ' #8. I'm Castoe Go (One of our best here); #2. Bob's Cruising (Nice chaj. lenge); *5. Conti Pass (Up lale); #;. Speedo Rtxkelman (Closa thnjout).' Also entered: 3-Ange! Breeze, 4^ ATD BanXer, 6-Vals Rogue, 7-DLB's Dynamo 10lhR«c« ~ ' (»16 mil«, Grad«:B) ' *5. Striding Episode (Will be challenged); #7. Marque Patriot (Lale attempt); #3. BX's China Doll (In it early); #a. Bob's Prima (Needs to break). Also entered: 1 -Mohican Lynn 2- Computer Blank, 4-Lashing Gutf 5- SappaBo ~ (5/1Smll«.GriK) l :0) *?. K?malee (Stretch win); *7. Odd Heirloom (Should dear on inside); **. P's Final Play (In the hum); *7 Back Door (Outside challenge). Also entered: 2-Rising Fire,3-Petro Moola, 6-Weston Wonder, B-Be A Champ 11th Ran (M m»«, Grsti«:BJ #3. EOB Megospe&dy (Won last 2 out); #4. Unrivaled King (Needs a good start); *2. Just Dutch (Loses late ground); *9. DLB's Doc (Should be there). Also entered: 1 -After The N ews, 5- Btond Escord, 6-Flying Teakwood, 7- Divened Crown (5/16 mil*, *7. Bob's Buddy (Good dass); *5. Flying Dogwood (Early contender); US. MTs Saint John (Closing in); #2 Boolse/s Gent (Needs the outside)! Also entered: 1-Budding Dudley, 3-ML Rapid Fire, 4-Kims Angel 6- Barbs Russe) fl, Ico Great Spirit (Can take this); #7. Ima Big Wheel (Presses late); #8. Make Her Notice (From a stow stan); #5. Poral Vales (Down grade}. Also entered: 2-Congo Charmer 3-CR's Predator, 4-PDQ Pearly. 6- Cryslal Fire ' *fi. Our Hollie Lyn (Due lo win in A); *2. Texas Red (Big challenge); _ (319 nt\», Grade KJ) tl. Hymers Rrst (Proven winner); *3. Flying Macon (Likes C dass); *51 Be A Bachelor (Improves late); " (SMft mM*. Gr>d>:A) ' #1. Criner Catcher (Running hot lately); *3. Ico Pure Salty (Box to wire last run); #8. P's Impact (Can be there in A); #4. Eltex Woodbine {Set- lies). Also entered: 2-Good News Blues 5-GVM Fancy Face. 6-Ardon Raxfy . 7-SkJ's Fender Bast Bat-*8. I'm Castoa Go In tha ninth race. Best LongshoNH. Rymara Fimt in tha atxlh rac«. Rwults from Tuesday night racing at Gulf Greyhound Park. For information, call, 935-7171. Gulf Greyhound Park Race Results 2-Rulh's Penny 5.20 5.60 3-Country Tomahawk 3.20 0:1-242.40 E:1-2 249.30 TrUecta: 1-2-3 226.30 113.10 Trifecta: 8-7-6 803.00 401.50 10th Rac* IstRaca S-16CT-31J31 1-WindyBob 7.60 4.40 3.20 6-W!nfra Hacy Lacy 1900 4 60 4-Petra Stealth 2.60 Q:1-6 53.00 E:1-6 154.40 Trifecta: 1-6-4 340.60 170.30 2ndRaca 1-DLffs Jenifer 29.40 7.20 4.20 2-WIngo Style 5.40 3.00 S-Fs Gold Blend 2.40 O:1-24b.BO E:1-2 155.40 Trtfecta: 1-2-8 546.20 273.10 Daily Double 1-1: 143.80 3rdRac« 5-16DT-31.12 1-JJ Melody 19.0011.60 5.80 1-DarkUnde 8.60 4^0 2.40 S-Big League Bobby laOO 3.00 3-DJ's Nite 2.40 0:1-837^0 E:)-B 123.30 Triiecla: 1-6-3 301.20 150.60 SthRao 5-16 C T-31.13 3-HardDrivii 52.40 1ROO 7.60 4-Port Arkansas 5.00 3.60 6-Shrewd Ben Finn 5 60 03-4106.80 E:3-4 239.20 Trifecta: 3-4-6 1 556.40 778.20 ClhRao 5-16AT-ai.20 6-Fabens B Diablo 12.20 4.80 4.40 7-BB's Just Touch 10.60 5.80 6-Rancho Bustinout 6 80 0:7-849.40 E:8-7 139.5O 5-16AAT-30.39 B-P's Raising Cain 3.20 i40 2.60 1 -Flying Cobra 9.20 420 5-Majic Grace 2.60 Q:1-fi 36.40 E:8-1 58.20 Tnfacta:B-1-5 160.00 eO.OO ~ 8thR»c» 3.60 3.40 2.40 g.ao 300 7-fiWs Mo Money 5-Refreshen 3-Rapido Rambo Q:5-7 48.80 E:7-5 82.50 Trtfecta: 7-5-3 166.00 83 00 PK6 5 OF S (8 tickets): J220.00 CARRYOVER: »15.126 _ ~__ »tfiR»c« 5-1SBT-31.18 8-PooI Shark 10.40 4.80 4.00 2-Uno Blossom 820 333 1-lruskaBear 400 02-850.40 E'3-2 128.40 TrlSupar B-2-1 (40 Exchanges): 187.00 " 11th Raca 3-a AT-aaoo 4-Rosemont Rob 9.20 6.00 5^0 3-EOB Megorun 4.20 260 2-Country Trouble 1 o 60 03-420.00 E-A-3 68.10 Trifecta: -i-3-2 132420 6S2.10 Tri-Super Carryover: S69.312 2-Sahara's Lacy 35.4011.00 3.80 3-Carysforf 4.50 3.60 8- Ps Twistex 3 50 Q2-3 127.80 E2-3 309.60 TriJaaa: 2-3-3 65ZSO 328.40 5-16 A T-31 M ' 3-SeaWolf 7.00 5.00 360 7-Marque Essex 520 400 8-HI Tempest 4 IQ 03-718.00 E3-7 68.10 Superfecta: 3-7-8-2 40100 Double Play 4-3: 54.80 ^^ Attendance: 2,407 Mutual HwKh: (385,946 NOW AVAILABLE! 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