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Page 16 SCOREBOARD SCHEDULE TRANSACTIONS NHL TUESDAY SOCCER COLLEGIATE WOMEN IUP at Clarion, 4p.m. VOLLEYBALL SCHOLASTIC GIRLS WPIAL Playoffs Class AA at Elderton OLSH-GCC at West Shamokin, 7:30 p.m. at Decry Elizabeth Forward vs. Ford City, 6 p.m. Freeport vs. Derry. 8 p.m. WPIAL Playoffs Class A at Elderton Cornell vs. Elderton, 6 p.m. District 6 Playoffs Purchase Line at Laurel Valley, 7 p.m. COLLEGIATE WOMEN ILP at California, 7 p.m. WEDNESDAY VOLLEYBALL SCHOLASTIC GIRLS Disttrict 6-9 Playoffs Class AAA Punxsutawney at Bradford, 7 p.m. SPORTS ON AIR 7:30 p.m. 10:30 p.m 8 p.m. - ESPN2 7 p.m. — 2:30 p.m. at Juvenlus, 7 p.m. — 9:30 p.m. TNT TUESDAY BASKETBALL — NBA: 76ers at Magic, TNT — NBA: Spurs at Lakers. TNT HOCKEY - NHL: Sharks at Red Wings, MOTOR SPORTS NASCAR Live, WDAD-AM 1450 SOCCER — Champions League: Feyenoord ESPN2 WEDNESDAY BASKETBALL NBA: Wizards at Raptors, ESPN — NBA: Lakers at Trail Blazers, FOOTBALL 7:30 p.m. — College: Southern Mississippi at Texas Christian, ESPN2 HOCKEY 7 p.m. — NHL: Penguins at Senators FSP WLCY-FM 106.3, WPXZ-FM 104 1 BOWLING MOHAWK LANES I.C. LIGHT MOHAWK CLASSIC Dan Horning 243-234-192-669, Dan Shaffer 213-606. Ken Widdowson 214-601, Pete Maggio 209-590, Tim Snavely 233-590, Kevin Anseimo 205-585, Alan Sesock 213-581, Frank Piraino Jr. 233-571. £d Nadzadi 193-546 193-546, Wally Cook 192-546 IRON CITY MOHAWK BRAVES Ken McAfoos 245-253-227-727, Kevin Anseimo 245-657, Sam Billioni 236-648, Scott Stancombe 235-615, Brian Baughman 245614, Frank Piraino Jr. 226-603, Dana Davis 237-590, Casper Rartalone 213-584. Roger Cable 203-578, Ron Cecconi 197-577, Dan Horning 217-577 WEDNESDAY MORNING WOMEN Delores Donelson 150-157-145-452, Ruth Liegey 148-428, Dot Novak 166-416, Shirley Fabian 152-413. Vicky McCurrjy 150-413 MARION CENTER WOMEN Eva Lingenfeller 152-161-175-483. Lori Loughry 186-482. Paula Grillith 184-476. Clara Chambers 182-469, Nancy Blazavich 173-431, Peggy Murdick 151-120, Twila Hefman 161-417, Ruth Varner 146-417, Avanell Lezanic 160-416. Sherry Beatty 150415 PATTERSON LANES INTER CITY MENS John Shick Jr. 190-201-195-586, Jack Frampton 242-585, Tom Blose 223-581, Tom Thornton 209-566, Ed Lorelli 215-556, Rick Fetterman 204-553, Bill McCory 223-547, Jeremy Chambers 192-546, Gary Rumgay 220-543, Angelo Lorelli 224-535 INDIANA COUNTY MEN Travis Redinger 267-205-193. Brian Adair 263-610. R. Getty 218-587. D. Fish 222-581, D. Raymond 217-555. S. Askins 224-543, S. Kelly 211-540. G. Lorelli 207-532. K. Widdowson 189-531. C. Tartalone 212-526 BLACK DIAMOND ATHLETIC ASSOCIATION AnrJy Orlosky 192-226-182-600, Art Kensey 209-564, Scott Bowman 202-556. Gary Duncan 207-527, Andy Marsinko 186-515, Jim Mock 185-503, Jeif Cribbs 193-491, Tom Smith 194-485. Charlie Clark 178-470, Pat Davis 165-466 HIGH ROLLERS MIXED MLfJ: Bob Cramer 178-221-180-579, Brian Adair 215-575, Jeremy Mitchell 198-536, George Bridge 191-507. Mike Strong 179-491 WOMEN: Rhonda Adair 167-488. Joan Slancombfi 179-186, Maribeth Warner 171480. Annetta Kerzan 176-478, Thelmr. Henry 192-477 LAOtESTEN PIN Debra Golinsky 192-189-147-528. Penny Bork 191-494, Connie Strittmailer 177-467, M. Avanell Lezanix 179-459, Terri Fulton 173-452, Marsha Pikel 176-445, Anna Mae Marjsa 166- •M2. Alice Kantz 159-439. Carol Soyer 180434. Ealarnae Stuckell 159-426 EAGLES LANES EAGLES INDUSTRIAL Bob Stevens 198-178-253-622, Tom Bummer 224-615. Bob Emeigh 213-585, Shawn Sheesley 223-573. Greg Sheesley 199558. Frank Bottali 191-554, Clark Weston 205549, Randy Stern 195-548. Mole Sipos 196542. Rich Pease 213-538 SATURDAY NIGHT COUPLES MEM: Francis Patterson 168-169-186-523. Ron Hozak 203-522. Jim Grossman 194-519, Tim Steffisk 172-495, Robb Lukeas 187-491 WOMEN: M. Avanell Lezamc 160-162-122444, Lynne Bosley 149-428, Barb Hozak 143412, Joan Howard 139-395, Helen Patterson 138-395 ON THIS DATE OCT. 29 1950 — Detroit's Wally Triplet! gains 294 yards in kickofl returns and ends up with 331 total yards as the Lions pound Ihe Los Angeles Rams 65-24 on 41 third-quarter points. 1977 — Russell Erxleben of Texas kicks a 60-yard field goal in a 26-0 rout of Texas Tech for his third field goal of Ihe season over 60 yards, an NCAA record. 1983 — Gil Fenerty rushes for 337 yards on a 18 carries and scores six touchdowns to lead Holy Cross to a 77-28 rout of Columbia. 1984 — Orlando Pizzolalo wins Ihe New York Marathon in 2:14:53 and Grele Waitz captures Ihe women's title in 2:29:30. 1994 — Arnold Mickens rushes for more lhan 200 yards for the eighth consecutive game, breaking the NCAA Division I-AA single- season rushing record as Buller beats Evansville 49-14. Mickens' 244 yards gives him a total of 2,111, surpassing the record of 2,016 set by Towson Slate's Tony Vinson. MONDAY'S MOVES BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Announced DH Frank Thomas will exercise his contractual right to become a conditional free agent. MINNESOTA TWINS—Picked up contract options on LHP Eddie Guardado, RHP LaTroy Hawkins and C Tom Prince. Declined contract options on RHP Bob Wells and INF Denny Hocking. SEATTLE MARINERS—Acquired OF Randy Winn from Tampa Bay for INF Antonio Perez as compensation for signing Lou Piniella as manager. TAMPA BAY DEVILS RAYS—Named Lou Piniella manager and signed him to a four-year contract. National League ARIZONA DIAMONDBACKS—Announced Al Pedrique will return as manager of the Tucson of the PCL, Scott Coolbaugh will manage El Paso of the Texas League, Mike Aldrete will manage Lancaster of the California League. Von Hayes will manage South Bend of the Midwest League and Bill Plummer will manage Yakima of the Northwest League. Named Mel Slottlemyre Jr. pitching coach at Lancaster; Damon Mashore, hitting coach; and Roger Fleming, trainer. Named Dan Carlson, pitching coach at South Bend; Hector de la Cruz, hiding coach; and Scott Jones, trainer. NEW YORK METS—Named Art Howe manager and signed him to a four-year contract. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association NBA—Suspended Los Angeles Lakers F Rick Fox for six games, and Sacramento G Doug Christie for two games for their part in a bench-clearing brawl on Oct. 25. CHICAGO BULLS—Exercised their 2003-04 option on G Jamal Crawford, F Marcus Fizer and C Dalibor Bagaric. Placed C Dalibor Bagaric, G Roger Mason and G Rick Brunson on the injured list. CLEVELAND CAVALIERS—Placed G Dajuan Wagner on the injured list. Exercised their 2003-04 option on C-F Chris Mihm. DALLAS MAVERICKS—Placed F Popeye Jones, G Tariq Abdui-Wahad and G Adam Harrington on the injured list. DETROIT PISTONS—Placed F Don Reid and G Juan Sanchez on the injured list. INDIANA PACERS—Waived C Oliver Miller. Placed F Austin Croshere and F Reggie Miller on the injured list. LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS—Waived G Bryant Stith and F Mike Batiste. Placed F Melvin Ely, F Tremaine Fowlkes and F Lamar Odom on the injured list. LOS ANGELES LAKERS—Placed C Shaquille O'Neal and F Mark Madsen on the injured list. MEMPHIS GRIZZLIES—Placed F Tony Massenburg, F Chris Owens and C Cezary Trybanski on the injured list. MIAMI HEAT—Released G Luke Recker. Placed C Alonzo Mourning, C Ken Johnson and F Sean Lampley on the injured list. MINNESOTA TIMBERWOLVES—Waived G Randy Livingson. Placed G Terrell Brandon, GF Felipe Lopez and F Joe Smith on the injured list. NEW JERSEY NETS—Waived F Donny Marshall. Placed G Anthony Johnson and F Jamie Feick on the injured list. NEW YORK KNICKS—Placed F Antonio McDyess, F Latrell Sprewell and G Lavor Postell on the injured list. ORLANDO MAGIC—Placed F-C Olumide Oyedeji and F-C Steven Hunter on the injured list. PHILADELPHIA 76ERS—Waived C Olden Polynice. PHOENIX SUNS—Placed F Alton Ford and C Jake Voskuhl on the injured list. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS—Waived F Arral McCaskill. Placed C Ruben Boumlje Boumlje, C Chris Dudley and G Charles Smith on the injured list. SAN ANTONIO SPURS—Placed C Mengke Bateeronthe injured list. TORONTO RAPTORS—Placed F Lamond Murray, C Eric Montross and C Hakeem Olajuwon on the injured list. Waived G Jeff Myers. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS—Released WR Willie Jackson. BUFFALO BILLS—Placed DT Tyrone Robertson on the reserve/non-lootball illness list. DENVER BRONCOS—Waived G Mookie Moore. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed DT Ken Kocher to the practice squad. Arena Football ARIZONA RATTLERS—Re-signed DS Ricky Parker to a two-year contract. arenafODtballZ QUAD CITY STEAMWHEELERS— Announced OS Quarnail Arnold has been assigned to Ihe team. HOCKEY National Hockey League COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS—Assigned RW Andrej Nedorost to Syracuse ol the AHL DETROIT RED WINGS—Recalled F Stacy Roest from Grand Rapids ol the AHL. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS—Loaned F Brendan Walsh to Allarttic City ol Ihe ECHL. COLLEGE BUTLER—Named J.J. DeBrosse director of sports marketing and promotions. MARIETTA—Announced the retirement of Gene Epley, football coach, effective at the end ol Ihe season. NYU—Named Frank Sicignano associate director ol athletics, intramurals and recreation. PFEIFFER—Announced the resignation ol Jim Fritz, men's lacrosse coach and assistant athletic director, and Greg Gebhard, women's lacrosse coach. TEMPLE—Signed Dawn Staley. women's basketball coach, lo a five-year contract extension. EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division New Jersey Philadelphia Pittsburgh N.Y. Rangers N.Y. Islanders W 6 5 5 4 3 Northeast Division Boston Montreal Ottawa Buffalo Toronto W 5 3 3 3 3 Southeast Division Tampa Bay Washington Carolina Florida Atlanta W 6 4 3 3 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division St. Louis Detroit Chicago Columbus Nashville Minnesota Colorado Vancouver Calgary Edmonton Dallas Los Angeles Phoenix San Jose Anaheim W 5 5 3 3 1 Northwest Division W 6 3 3 2 2 TOLPtsGF CA 2 014 33 19 3 110 20 16 3 0 9 25 24 2 2 8 24 30 2 1 7 22 27 Pacific Division W 6 4 3 3 2 ECHL NORTHERN CONFERENCE Northeast Division Atlanlic City Trenton Reading Richmond Roanoke Greensboro Charlotte W 5 5 5 4 3 3 2 L 1 2 5 5 2 3 2 T 1 1 0 0 1 1 1 Pis 11 11 10 8 7 7 5 GF 26 32 33 23 21 21 20 Northwest Division Toledo Peoria Johnstown Lexington Wheeling Cincinnati Dayton W & 4 4 2 3 2 2 Pis 13 10 8 7 6 4 4 GF 26 22 23 11 27 14 18 SOUTHERN CONFERENCE Southeast Division South Carolina Columbia Pee Dee Greenville Columbus Florida Augusta Pts 12 12 9 8 7 7 6 Southwest Division NBA Louisiana Mississippi Arkansas Balon Rouge Pensacola Jackson W 6 6 4 3 2 1 Pis 12 12 9 6 6 2 GF 28 33 30 32 25 18 19 GF 32 29 23 28 17 21 GA 16 22 34 29 20 21 18 GA 22 17 19 17 41 16 24 GA 17 25 21 35 31 26 31 GA 19 23 21 31 21 35 NFL TOLPtsGFGA 0 012 18 11 2 01232 18 2 0 12 31 29 2 0 10 28 38 1 0 7 22 30 AMERICAN CONFERENCE East TOLPtsGFGA 2 0 12 26 21 2 0 8 22 29 1 0 7 14 12 1 0 7 22 20 1 0 7'32 31 TOLPtsGFGA 2 014 36 24 1 0 9 19 22 1 1 8 20 25 1 1 8 23 35 01 1 24 35 TOLPIsGFGA 011 25 15 011 34 23 0 7 18 16 0 7 22 24 2 5 18 22 Miami Buffalo New England N.Y. Jets W 5 5 3 2 L 2 3 4 5 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .714 .625 .429 .286 PF 190 241 163 116 PA 143 231 158 193 South Indianapolis Jacksonville Tennessee Houston W 4 3 3 2 L 3 4 4 5 T 0 0~ 0 0 Pet .571 .429 .429 .286 PF 145 147 160 104 PA 144 133 197 176 North Pittsburgh Cleveland Baltimore Cincinnati W 4 4 3 0 L 3 4 4 7 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .571 .500 .429 .000 PF 169 185 122 75 PA 140 172 142 211 West San Diego Denver Oakland Kansas City W 6 6 4 4 L 1 2 3 4 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .857 .750 .571 .500 PF 173 207 206 259 PA 119 170 165 240 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East TOLPfsGF GA 2 0 14 33 22 2 0 10 24 21 0 1 7 21 33 0 0 6 22 30 2 0 6 22 30 Two points for a win, one point for a tie and overtime loss. Monday's Games N.Y. Rangers 3, Phoenix 2, OT Toronto 5, Anaheim 2 Pittsburgh 3, Washington 2 Tampa Bay 6, Florida 1 Dallas 4, Edmonton 3, OT Tuesday's Games Phoenix at N.Y. Islanders, 7 p.m. Ottawa at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Anaheim at Montreal, 7:30 p.m. Los Angeles at Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Carolina at New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. San Jose at Detroit, 8 p.m. Colorado at Minnesota, 8 p.m. Columbus at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Buffalo at Vancouver, 10 p.m. Wednesday's Games Boston at Washington, 7 p.m. Pittsburgh at Ottawa, 7 p.m. N.Y. Islanders at Carolina, 7 p.m. N.Y. Rangers at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Nashville at St. Louis, 8 p.m. Florida at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. PENGUINS 3, CAPITALS 2 Washington 02 0 — 2 Pittsburgh 21 0—3 First Period—1, Piltsburgh, Donovan 1 (Primeau), 5:56 (sh). 2, Pittsburgh, Hrdina 2 (Morozov, Lemieux), 13:13 (pp). Penalties— Daigle, Pit (holding). 5:21; Klee, Was (tripping), 12:22; Washington bench, served by Farrell (too many men), 13:55; Kovalev. Pit (ob.-tripping), 14:49; Tarnstrom, Pit (hooking), 14:49; Halpern, Was (cross-checking), 19:10. Second Period—3, Washington, Bondra 4 (Miller, Klee), 2:54. 4, Piltsburgh. Lemieux 5 (Tarnstrom, Kovalev), 12:49 (pp). 6, Washington, Halpern 2 (Gonchar, Miller), 19:53. Penalties—Klee. Was (hooking), 11:38; Nieminen, Pit (roughing), 13:59; Primeau, Pit (hooking), 17:28. Third Period—None. Penalties—Halpern, Was (tripping), 1:21; Hrdina, Pit (tripping), 5:45; Kovalev. Pit (hooking), 18:00. Shots on goal—Washington 17-11-14-^12 Pittsburgh 13-7-4—24. Power-play Opportunities—Washington 0 of 7; Pittsburgh 2 ol 5. Goalies—Washington, Billington 0-2-1 (24 shots-21 saves). Pittsburgh, Hedberg 4-1-2 (42-40). A—14,303 (16,958). REGULAR SEASON Tuesday's Games Philadelphia at Orlando, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Sacramento, 10 p.m. San Antonio at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Wednesday's Games Chicago at Boston, 7 p.m. Houston at Indiana, 7 p.m. Washington at Toronto, 7 p.m. Milwaukee al Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Orlando at Miami, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta al New Jersey, 7:30 p.m. Dallas al Memphis. 8p.m. Denver at Minnesota, 8 p.m. New York at Detroit, 8 p.m. Utah at New Orleans. 8:30 p.m. L.A. Lakers al Portland, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix at Seattle. 10p.m. Cleveland at L.A. Clippers, 10:30 p.m. San Antonio at Golden State. 10:30 p.m. Thursday'* Games Utah al Atlanta, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Washington. 7:30 p.m. Portland at Sacramento, 10 p.m. NOTE: Two points are awarded for a victory; overtime and Shootout losses earn one point and are referred to as ties. Monday's Games No games scheduled Tuesday's Games No games scheduled Wednesday's Games Roanoke at Atlantic City Wheeling at Trenton SOCCER indianagazene.com The Indiana Gazette on the Internet MAJOR INDOOR SOCCER LEAGUE Eastern Conference W LPct GB Philadelphia 4 2.667— Cleveland 3 2.600 » Harrisburg 2 2.500 1 Baltimore 2 4.333 7. Western Conference Milwaukee 6 01.000— Dallas 2 4.3333tt San Diego 2 4.3333J4 Kansas City 1 4.200 4 Saturday's Games Baltimore at Philadelphia Dallas at Harrisburg Kansas City al San Oiego Sunday's Gamn Cleveland at Milwaukee Philadelphia at Harrisburg W 5 3 3 3 L 2 4 4 5 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .714 .429 .429 .375 PF 202 89 141 108 PA 105 115 188 146 South W 6 6 4 3 L 2 2 3 5 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .750 .750 .571 .375 PF 256 165 167 111 PA 209 85 119 117 North W B 2 2 2 L 1 5 5 5 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .857 .286 .286 .286 PF 203 139 149 162 PA 154 180 213 192 West W 5 4 2 2 L 2 3 5 5 T 0 0 0 0 Pet .714 .571 .286 .286 PF 180 136 142 139 PA 144 131 166 158 Philadelphia N.Y. Giants Washington Dallas New Orleans Tampa Bay Atlanta Carolina Green Bay Chicago Detroit Minnesota San Fiancisco Arizona Seattle St. Louis Sunday's Games Seattle 17, Dallas 14 . Buffalo 24. Detroit17 Cleveland 24, N.Y. Jets 21 Kansas City 20, Oakland 10 Tampa Bay 12, Carolina 9 Atlanta 37, New Orleans 35 Tennessee 30, Cincinnati 24 Minnesota 25, Chicago? Pittsburgh 31. Baltimore 18 San Francisco 38, Arizona 28 Denver 24, New England 16 Houston 21, Jacksonville 19 Washington 26. Indianapolis 21 Open: Miami, San Diego, Green Bay. St. Louis Monday's Game Philadelphia 17, N.Y. Giants 3 Sunday, Nov. 3 Dallas at Delroit, 1 p.m. Baltimore at Atlanta, 1 p.m. Tennessee at Indianapolis, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Houston, 1 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 1 p.m. New England at Buffalo, 1 p.m. Minnesota at Tampa Bay, 1 p.m. Pittsburgh at Cleveland, 1 p.m. N.Y. Jets at San Diego, 4:05 p.m. St. Louis at Arizona. 4:15 p.m. Washington at Seattle. 4:15 p.m. San Francisco at Oakland. 4:15 p.m. Jacksonville at N.Y. Giants, 8:30 p.m. Open: Denver, Kansas City, Carolina, New Orleans Monday, Nov. 4 Miami at Green Bay, 9 p.m. EAGLES 17, GIANTS 3 N.Y. Giants 0300— 3 Philadelphia 360 8—17 First Quarter Phi—FG Akers 27, 2:08. Second Quarter NY—FG Bryant 26, 12:55. Phi—FG Akers 36, 5:23. Phi—FG Akers 35, :43. Fourth Quarter Phi—McNabb 40 run (C.Lewis pass from McNabb), 10:30. A—65,791. NY Phi Rrst downs 18 21 Rushes-yards 22-103 39-299 Passing 239 123 Punt Returns 1-12 2-19 Kickoff Returns 5-82 2-37 Interceptions Ret. 0-0 0-0 Comp-Atl-Int 20-34-0 14-30-0 Sacked-Yards Lost 2-12 2-14 Punts 5-41.6 3-43.3 Fumbles-Lost 5-1 1-0 Penalties-Yards . 9-75 9-65 Time of Possession 26:12 33:48 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS RUSHING—New York, T.Barber 15-79, Allen 1-13, Dayne4-11, Joyce 1-1, Collins 1-(minus 1). Philadelphia, Staley 24-126, McNabb 7111, Levens 5-33, Westbrook 3-29. PASSING—New York, Collins 20-34-0-251. Philadelphia, McNabb 14-30-0-137. RECEIVING—New York, Shockey 6-69, T.Barber 5-92, Dixon 2-43, Slackhouse 2-16, Toomer 2-16, Rivers 1-8, Joyce 1-5, Dayne 12. Philadelphia, Thrash 7-69, Pinkston 3-20, Staley 2-37, Marlin 1-6, Freeman 1-5. MISSED FIELD GOALS—Philadelphia, Akers 50 (WR). STEELERS SCHEDULE 4 wins. 3 losses Tuesday, October 29,2002 Sep. 9 Sep. 15 Sep. 22 Sep. 29 Oct. 6 Ocl. 13 Oct. 21 Oct. 27 Nov. 3 Nov. 10 Nov. 17 Nov. 24 Dec. 1 Dec. 8 Dec. 15 at New England OAKLAND Open date CLEVELAND at New Orleans at Cincinnati INDIANAPOLIS at Baltimore at Cleveland ATLANTA at Tennessee CINCINNATI at Jacksonville HOUSTON CAROLINA Dec. 23 at Tampa Bay Dec. 29 BALTIMORE L, 30-14 L, 30-17 W. 16-13 (OT) L. 32-29 W, 34-7 W, 28-10 W, 31-18 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 1 p.m. 9 p.m. 1 p.m. CFL y-Monlreal Hamilton Toronto Ottawa y-Edmonton x-Wirinipeg x-Brit. Col. x-Saskatchewan 8 Calgary 6 CANADIAN LEAGUE East Division W L T OTLPts 13 4 0 1 27 7 11 0 1 15 7 10 0 0 14 3 14 0 2 8 West Division W L T OTLPts 0 0 0 0 0 PF PA 562 381 427 524 311 450 330 525 13 4 11 6 9 8 9 11 26 22 18 18 14 PF PA 506 430 546 413 452 396 432 365 _ ... 406 476 x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division Note: Two points for a regulation or overtime win and one point for a tie or overtime loss. Friday, Nov. 1 Saskatchewan at British Columbia, 10:30 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2 Edmonton at Winnipeg, 3 p.m. GOLF PGA TOUR STATISTICS Through Ocl. 27 1, Tiger Woods, 68.52. 2, Ernie Els, 69.46. 3, Nick Price, 69.53. 4, Vijay Singh, 69.57. 5, Phil Mickelson, 69.61.6, Relief Goosen, 69.70. 7, David Toms, 69.78. 8, Justin Leonard, 69.84. 9. Sergio Garcia, 69.91. 10, Peter Lonard, 69.94. Driving Distance 1, John Daly, 306.8. 2, Mike Heinen, 299.4. 3, Boo Weekley, 297.3. 4, Mathew Goggin, 296.1. 5 (tie), Dennis Paulson and Charles Howell III, 294.2. 7, Tiger Woods, 293.6. 8 (tie), Tim Herran and Brett Wetterich, 293.2.9, 2 tied with 292.7. Driving Accuracy Percentage 1, Fred Funk, 81.6%. 2. Scott Verplank, 78.5%. 3, Jim Furyk, 77.6%. 4, Heath Slocum, 77.5%. 5, Fulton Allem, 77.3%. 6, Olin Browne, 77.1%. 7, Glen Day, 76.8%. 8, Sleh Hnatiuk, 75.7%. 9, Nick Price, 76.4%. 10, Corey Pavin, 75.3%. Greens in Regulation Pet. 1, Tiger Woods, 74.1%. 2, Jim Furyk, 71.5%. 3, FrerJ Funk, 71.4%. 4, Chris Smith, 71.3%. 5, Shaun Micheel, 71.0%. 6, Kenny Perry, 70.8%. 7, Vijay Singh, 70.6%. 8, Tom Lehman, 70.3%. 9, David Toms, 70.2%. 10, Bob Esles, 70.0%. Total Driving 1, Chartes Howell 111, 74. 2, Robert Allenby, 78. 3, Tiger Woods, 80.4, Sergio Garcia, 86.5, Chris Smith, 92. 6. J.J. Henry, 101. 7, Boo Weekley, 102. 8, Hidemictii Taraka, 106. 9, Per-Ulrik Johansson, 112.10, Notah Begaylll, 113. Putting Average 1, 8ob Heinb, 1.690.2, David Toms. 1.701. 3, Chris Riley, 1.707.4, Phil Mickelson, 1.714. 5, Ben Crane, 1.715.6, Justin Leonard, 1.721. 7, Billy Andrade, 1.726. 8, Chris DiMarco, 1.728. 9, Bryce Molder, 1.729. 10, Scott Verplank, 1.730. Birdie Average 1, Tiger Woods, 4.47. 2, Phil Mickelson, 4.41. 3 (tie), Kenny Perry and David Toms, 4.21. 5, Fred Funk, 4.18. 6, David Duval. 4.13. 7, Relief Goosen, 4.12. 8, Justin Leonard, 4.11. 9 (tie), Chris DiMarco and Chris Riley 4.08. Eagles (Holes per) 1, John Daly, 78.4. 2, Jonathan Byrd, 96.4. 3, Phil Mickelson, 101.3. 4, Sergio Garcia, 102.0. 5, David Toms, 103.8. 6, Bob May, 110.6. 7. J.J. Henry, 112.2. 8, Relief Goosen, 112.5. 9, Scott McCarron, 112.8. 10, Peter Lonard, 115.7. Sand Save Percentage 1. Jose Maria Olazabal, 63.2%. 2, Brett Quigley, 61.8%. 3, Brian Watts, 60.7%. 4, Bryce Molder, 60.6%. 5, Miguel A. Jimenez, 59.8%. 6, Pat Perez, 59.5%. 7, Scott McCarron, 59.3%. 8. Davis Love III. 59.1%. 9. Tiger Woods, 58.8%. 10, Brian Gay, 58.7%. All-Around Ranking 1, Phil Mickelson, 247. 2, Tiger Woods, 250. 3, Relief Goosen, 255.4, David Toms, 274. 5, Vijay Singh, 331. 6, Justin Leonard, 336. 7, Robert Allenby, 341. 8, Davis Love III. 351. 9, John Huston. 362.10, Fred Funk, 383. PGA TOUR MONEY 1. Tiger Woods 2. Phil Mickelsor 3. Ernie Els 4. David Toms 5. Vijay Singh 6. Rich Beem 7. Jerry Kelly 8. Justin Leonard 9. Relief Goosen 10. Chris DiMarco 11. Sergio Garcia 12. Fred Funk 13. Jim Furyk 14. JeffSluman 15. Charles Howell III 16. Shigeki Maruyama 17. LenMattiace 18. Nick Price 19. K.J. Choi 20. Robert Allenby 21. Chris Riley 22. Rocco Mediate 23. Jose Maria Olazabal 24. Davis Love 111 25. John Rollins 26. Loren Roberts 27. Kenny Perry 28. Bob Estes 29. Steve Lowery 30. Scott McCarron 31. Brad Faxon 32. Stuart Appleby 33. Phil Tataurangi 34. Craig Perks 35. John Cook 36. Kevin Sutherland 37. Craig Parry 38. Scott Hoch 39. Pat Perez 40. Peter Lonard 41. Jonathan Byrd 42. Billy Andrade 43 John Huston 44. Dan Forsman 45. Stephen Ames 46. Chris Smith 47. Man Kuchar 48. Ian Leggatt 49. David Peoples 50. Scott Verplank 51. Bob Burns 52. Steve Flesch 53. Mark Calcavecchia 54. Dudley Hart 55. Bob Tway 56. Lee Janzen 57. Matt Gogel 58. Steve Elkington 59. Joel Edwards 60. Jonathan Kayc 61. BrandtJobe 62. Jesper Parnevik 63. Geoff Ogilvy 64. J.L. Lewis 65. J.P. Hayes 66. Tim Herron 67. Rory Sabbalini 68. Ben Crane 69. Duffy Waldorf 70. Tom Lehman 71. Brian Gay 72. Billy Mayfair 73. Glen Day 74. Stewart Cink 75. Cameron Beckman 76. Heath Slocum 77. Mike Weir 78. David Duval 79. Briny Baird 80. Jim Carter 81. Robert Gamez 82. K|rk Triplet! 83. Neal Lancaster 84. Steve Strieker 85. Joey Sindelar 86. Tim Pelrovic 87. Rod Pampling 88. Paul Azinner 89. Esteban Toledo 90. Hidemichi Tanaka 91. MarkO'Meara 92. Harrison Frazar 93.Jay Haas 94. Gene Sauers 95. Jeff Maggert 96. Frank Lickliter II 97. Mark Brooks 96. Chad Campbell 99. David Gossett 100. 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Martha Burk said Monday that Finchem is ducking the subject and suggested once again that tour sponsors might be the next target in her campaign to open the home of the Masters to women. "It is wrong for Finchem to believe he can f*f\*f say, 'We don't have any control over Augus- OUlT ta,' and let it go at that," said Burk, head of the National Council of Women's Organizations. "I think he has given it short shrift to say the least. His response is not acceptable to the public." Finchem's speech comes a few days before the U.S. Olympic Committee executive committee will debate CEO Lloyd Ward^s membership at Augusta National, increasing the visibility of the issue even as the official golf season ends. Finchem is scheduled to deliver his annual speech Wednesday at the season-ending Tour Championship in Atlanta, a few hours'drive from Augusta, Ga. . • Finchem's only response to the push for female members came in an August letter to Burk, in which he said the tour has no contract with Augusta National and no plans to change its relationship with the Masters tournament. Tour spokesman Bob Combs said Monday that Finchem has nothing new to say. "The commissioner has articulated the tour's policy, and we have nothing else to add," Combs said. One of the players who is on the tour's advisory board, however, said that Finchem should not hide from the issue. "We can't fall behind the 'We don't sanction the event,' stance," said Brad Faxon, who has played in nine Masters. Faxon also said he fears the controversy over admitting women to Augusta National could get even worse. "There's three things that can happen," Faxon said. "They can allow a lady member and it goes away. They cannot allow one and suffer the consequences for another six months. Or they can cancel the tournament and say, 'The hell with the world. We'll go back to being our own private club.' " Burk said Finchem's earlier reply skirted the issue and was inadequate for both the public and the tour's sponsors. She said sponsors of regular tour events might be targeted if Finchem does not discuss the matter directly. "I accept they don't have the power to change policies at Augusta," Burk said. "They do have control over recognizing the Masters tournament and counting the winnings for players, it has allowed them to create a double standard. Augusta enjoys the benefits of tour recognition without having to comply with the rules." Ward's membership at Augusta National will be on the agenda Friday when the USOC's executive committee meets in Colorado Springs, Colo. Ward was the first member to say in April that he would work behind the scenes to admit a woman, and reiterated that stand this month. But there is grumbling within the USOC that he should leave the club. "I believe the USOC has to answer the questions about this," USOC president Marty Mankamyer said. "I don't know what the answer will be." Mankamyer said it is doubtful that Ward, one of a handful of black Augusta National members, will be told to resign from the club. But she said the USOC will take a public stand. "We feel we have a public mist," she said. "You keep seeing things in the newspaper, and people keep calling to see what your position is. The USOC executive committee will have a statement on its position in this." Anita DeFrantz, a member of the executive committee and the International Olympic Committee, said Ward's job is not at stake. "I will not be a part of running the first African-American CEO out of town on the basis of diversity," DeFrantz said. Marlin on road to recovery, not track By JENNA FRYER AP Sports Writer CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Sterling Marlin's bid at an early return from a fractured vertebra in his neck ended Monday when doctors recommended he not get back in the No. 40 Dodge until next season. Marlin, who has missed four races since he was injured last month in a wreck at Kansas Speedway, had hoped to return to racing Nov. 10 in Phoenix and compete in the final two events of the year. Although doctors found Monday that Marlin was healing as expected, they said he needed to continue wearing a neck brace for another two weeks and should not get back in the car until testing for the 2003 season begins in January. "I knew what the verdict was going to be," Marlin said. "But! still kind of hoped to get back early— there's nothing wrong with that." Dr. Dom Coric, a spinal cord specialist, said tests showed the vertebra was healing and Marlin is on target to make a full recovery. But because the initial diagnosis was that the injury was expected to take anywhere from four-to-six weeks to heal, Marlin had hoped he could make an early return. Instead, he'll have more tests in another two weeks, then begin working with AI Shuford, a former trainer with the NFL's Carolina Panthers, who now works for car owner Chip Ganassi. Once out of the brace, Shuford can begin therapy with Marlin to strengthen his neck. "They'll do a CAT scan in a few weeks to get a better look at the bone, but they pretty much think it will be healed in two or three more weeks," Marlin said. "Then we'll start exercising and be ready to rock and roll again in January." Marlin had two victories this season and led the Winston Cup standings for 25 straight weeks. He had slipped to third at the time of his injury, and in the month he has been out, has continued to plummet in the standings. He's now 15th in the standings, and said his hope at an early return was not an attempt to gel back into the !op 10 before the end of the season. The top 10 drivers at the end of the season attend the annual awards ceremony in New York and receive much larger monetary bonuses from the points fund than those finishing lower in the order. "I knew we couldn't run this week, so we were probably going to fall two or three more spots," Marlin said. "So even if I got back for the final two, the top 10 was pretty much shot in the foot." Jamie McMurray has driven three of the four races Marlin has already missed, winning at Lowe's Motor Speedway in his second career Winston Cup start — a NASCAR record. He'll finish out the season in the No. 40 Dodge, then move into a new Ganassi car next season when he runs for Winston Cup rookie of the year. Auto racing Sports contacts Phone (724) 465-5555 Fax: (724) 465-8267 E-mail: sports@indianagazette.net

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