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Page 14 Pharos-Tribune, Logansport, Indiana, Wednesday, March 30, 1988 Sports Austin, Bailey Top AP Boys All-State Team Three girls earn repeat selections on all-state first squad INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Richmond's Woody Austin, who led the state in scoring, and Muncie Central's Chandler Thompson, who led the top- ranked Bearcats to their eighth tcfurney championship, were named today to The Associated Press All-State boys' basketball team for 1988. Joining them on the AP first team were Shawn Kemp of state runner-up Concord and sophomore Damon Bailey of semifinalist Bedford-North Lawrence, both for the second year in a row, and Craig Riley of Fort Wayne Harding. Austin and Bailey tied as the leading vote- getters with 460 points apiece out of a possible 520 from a statewide board of sports writers and broadcasters, although Kemp, who had 435 points, had more first-place votes than the other two. Kemp was picked first by nine of the 26 AP voters, Austin and Bailey had eight first-place votes apiece and Thompson had one. The girls' All-State team is headed by Miss Basketball Vicki Hall of Indianapolis Brebeuf, Courtney Cox of Noblesville and career scoring record-holder Debbie Bolen of North Judson. Hall and Cox are repeat selections from a year ago, while Bolen was also a first-team pick two years ago as a sophomore. Hall had 14 of 22 first-place votes cast for the girls' All-State team and 374 of a possible 440 points; Bolen, who had two votes for No.l, and Cox, who did not get any first-place votes, totaled 273 points apiece. The other first-team girls' picks for 1988 were Machelle Joseph of DeKalb, who led the state in scoring with a record 35-point average, and Donna - Jill of state champion Fort Wayne Snider. Top-ranked Scottsburg, a tourney semifinal loser to Snider, had two players on the girls' second team — senior Cara Gullion, who had three first-place votes, and junior Renee Westmoreland — along with Missi Nelson of Rushville, Beth Austin Bailey Kemp Riley Thompson Hall Bolen Cox GUI Joseph Davis of Greenfield and Tracy Roller of Crown Point. Among the boys, the 6-foot-2 Austin scored 932 points this past season — sixth-highest in Indiana high school history — and averaged 33.3 points a game, leading Richmond to its first outright North Central Conference title since 1944 and the state's No.l ranking much of the campaign. He was also a member of Richmond's state runner-up teams in 1985 and 1987, a third-team All-State selection last year, and finished with 1,990 points for his career. Like Austin, the 6-9 Riley will attend Purdue in the fall. Riley led the Hawks to a 14-7 record, averaging • 25.5 points and 11 rebounds a game. He also ranks No.l academically in his senior class at Harding. The 6-?oot-3 Thompson, who will attend Bail State, averaged 22.7 points and led Muncie Central to the No.l ranking in the final AP poll, a 28-1 record and a 25-game winning streak en route to the state championship last Saturday. The Bearcats' only loss was to Richmond. Thompson, who had 53 points in the two tourney victories over No.3 Bedford and No.2 Concord, is the first Muncie Central player named to the AP first team since Jack Moore in 1978. Bailey, who was the first freshman ever named first-team All-State a year ago, averaged 31.1 this season — third-highest in the state — and raised his two-year career total to 1,509 points. The 6-foot-3 Bailey has led Bedford to the state Final Four two years in a row, losing in the semifinals to the No.l-ranked team and eventual champion both times. Kemp, a fr-foot-11 senior who will attend Kentucky, led Concord to the state's No.2 ranking and an undefeated season until its 76-53 loss to Muncie Central in the championship game. Kemp averaged 23.3 points, 14 rebounds and 5.5 blocked shots a game this season and finished with 2,134 career points, ninth-best all time among Indiana boys. Heading the girls' team was the 6-foot-l Hall, the national high school player of the year, who averaged 26.4 points a game for Brebeuf. The 5-10 • Bolen, who averaged 30.3 this past season, finished her career widh a state girls' record 2,421 oints. The 5-9 Joseph set a season record with her 35-point average, although her 736 total points is second to the 789 by Austin's Jodie Whitaker in 1985. Cox, a member of Noblesville's 1987 state championship team, averaged 22 points a game. McDowell Wants To Be Starter SARASOTA, Fla. (AP) - Right-hander Jack McDowell, who was still in college this time last year, figures to be in the Chicago White Sox starting rotation this year, especially after combining with Ken Patterson for a 2-0 shutout of the Cincinnati Reds. Greg Walker hit a solo home run to lead off the fourth inning Tuesday, and McDowell and Ken Patterson made it stand by allowing only three hits. The 22-year-old McDowell, the fifth player rhosen in last June's amateur draft, struck out two, walked one and yielded all three Cincinnati hits in eight innings of work. McDowell led Stanford to a College World Series championship in 1987 and then went 3-0 in four big-league starts with the White Sox. Patterson, a left-hander acquired last season from the Yankees and vying for a spot in the Chicago bullpen, retired the side in order in the ninth to earn the save. Non-rostered outfielder Paul O'Neill had two of Cincinnati's hits, both singles, off McDowell. Lance Johnson doubled in the first inning off Reds' starter Mario Soto, scoring on Harold Baines' single. Walker hit his homer, his team-high fourth of the Grapefruit League season, off Soto. Sports Scoreboard Schiraldi Hurling Into Shape MESA, Ariz. (AP) — Calvin Schiraldi, who's pitching himself back into shape from a sore shoulder, showed recovery by giving up only two hits in five scoreless innings as the Chicago Cubs grabbed a 6-2 exhibition win over the San Francisco Giants. Leon Durham provided all the offensive punch the Cubs needed Tuesday by homering, singling and driving in three runs. Schiraldi held the Giants to a single, double and walk, while improving his record to 1-1 and ERA to 3.15. Durham's two-run homer in the first inning against Mike LaCoss turned out to be the game-winning hit. Jody Davis also homered for the Cubs, who halted a four-game losing streak. After reliever Drew Hall held the Giants scoreless for three more innings, Rich Gossage gave up Jx : ....: ,i;L& ii, ihe ninth. Joel Youngblood singled and Kevin Mitchell homered. HlghSchoof Basketball 1988 All-Stan Teams Indiana high school basketball Al State teams selected by Th Associated Press for the 1987-& season: BOYS First Team Woody Austin, 6-2, Sr., Richmond Damon Bailey, 6-3, So. Bedford-N.Uwrence Shawn Kemp, 6-11, Sr,,Concord Chandler Thompson, 6-3, Sr. Muncie Central Craig Riley, 6-9, Sr. Ft.Wayne Harding Second Team Sean Woods, 6-2, Sr., Indpls Cathedral Chris Lawson, 8-10, Jr. Bloomington South Kenny Rowan, 6-4, Jr., Norlhvlew Eric Dolezal, 8-3, Sr.,LaPorte Brian Good, 6-1, Sr.,Rossville Third Team Rich Mount, 8-3, Jr., Lebanon Mike Sherrard, 5-9, Sr., Blnomlleld David Scott, 64, Sr., Graceland Christian Greg Gary, 6-2, Sr., Anderson Highland Henry Williams, 6-2, Sr., Indpls Ben Davis High Honorable Mention Darin Archbold, No-well Scott Blum, Oregon-Davis; Mike Soles, Lapel; Paris Bryant, Jeffersonvllle; Rick Budka, Oregon-Davis; Steve But;, Latayetle Catholic; Noble Duke, Indpfs Cathedral; Pat Graham, Floyd Central; Rodney Holmes, S.Bend St.Joseph's; Rick Hoskins, Brown County; Rusty Johnson, Vlncennes; Matt Nover, Chesterton; Jeff Perlich, Churubusco; Kris Schrader, Missls- sinewa; Cedrlc VanLeer, Muncie Central; Derwir, Webb, Lawrence North. Others with 10 or more votes: Scott Allison, Sullivan; Shannon Arthur, New Washington; Hunter Atkins, Highland; Clarence Bell, Terre Haute North; John Carretta, Ft.Wayne Dwenger; Mike Case, Pendleton Hts.; Calbert Cheaney, Evansville Harrison; David Cruse, Richmond; Jody Gooch, Rosssille; Greg Graham, Warren Central; Brett Hecko, Greencastle; Jerome Hill, Evansville North: Brian Hogan, Kokomo; Travis Inman, Avon; Sam Long, Muncie Central; Chris Lovelace, Ft.Wayne Northrop; Nykee McCoy, Hammond Noll; Skip McCoy, Hammond Noll; Tony McGae, Terre Haute South; Matt Petty, Crawfordsville; Marc Slaton, Wabash; Chuckle Smllh, Richmond; Dan Stevens, Lake Station; Tim Thomaa, Penn; Nate Tubbs, R.Wayne Wayne; Scott Whicker, Westfleld; Vic Young, Muncie Central. GIRLS First Team Vicki Hall, 6-1, Sr., Indpls Brebeuf Debbie Bolen, 5-10, Sr., North Judson Courtney Cox, 5-10, Jr., Noblesville Machelle Joseph, 5-9, Sr., DeKalb Donna Gill, 6-1, Sr., Ft.Wayne Snider Second Team Cara Gulilon, 5-11, Sr., Scottsburj Missi Nelson, H Sr., Rushville Renee Westmoreland, 5-9, Jr., Scottsburg Beth Davis, 5-10, Sr., Greenfield Tracy Holler, 5-11, Sr,, Crown Point Third Team TriciaCullop, 6-2, Jr., North Knox Sandy Herre, 5-5, Sr., Benton Central Stacie Johnting, 5-7, Sr., Randolph Southern Muffy Murphy, 5-7, Sr., Indpls Hitter Kristal Stahl, M, Sr., Worthington High Honorable Mention Patricia Babcock, Culver Academy; Andrea Soyd, N.Knox; Vs! Evans, Terre Haule South; Jenny Herman, Ft.Wayne Snider; Krlsti Hurl, Salem; Ann Hutcheson, Ctoverdale; Tawanna Jackson, S.Bend LaSalle; Terrilyn Johnson, Gary Wallace; Sheryl Klemme, Benton Central; Cindy Lamping, Balesvllle; Michelle Leedy, Western Boone; Kristin Pritchett, Bedford-N.Uwrence; Meridlth Sanders, W.Lafayetta; Stacie Shepherd, Richmond; Julie VonDlellngen, Seymour. Others with 10 or more votes: Michelle Carter, Hammond Gavll; Cam! Cass, Noblesville; Kim Darner, Anderson Highland; Dana Drew, Penn; Wendy Gteltz, Lanesvllle; Hope Hershberger, Maconaquah; Nancy Hoover, Huntinglon North; Jill Jameson, Jennings Co,; Angle Johnson, Warsaw; Colleen Jordan, Indpls floncalll; Becky Klein, Mishawaka; Paula Klina, Huntinfton North; Sheryl Krmpotich, Merrillville; Tonya Lang, New Albany; AnisM Lewis, JeffersonviHe; Mary Majewskl, S.Bend St.Joseph's; Karen McCaa, Columbus North; Llbby McCoy, Seymour; Amy McDonald, Bloominfllon South; Lisa Miller, Fl.Wayne Dwengw; Kellle Moran, Penn; Liz Mosley, Zionsvllle; Amy Neuhouaer, Leo; Pam Pell, Northview; Missy Poling, Jennings Co.; Monica flamey, Anderson Highland; Cindy Schweikhart, Southern Welts; Stacey Sheriff, Portage; Jill Troyer, Bethany Christian; Angela Wallerich, Covinglon; Vanessa Williams, Fl.Wayne Northrop; Leah Wooldridge, Anderson Highland. NIT Tuesday's NIT Boxes S»mlfinals At New York COLORADO ST. (12) Bailey 2-3 0-0 4, Durham 7-16 6-9 20, Frlehauf 2-3 M 4, Shlppen 11-16 <W 28, Turcotte 3-9 0-0 6, Irvln (H) (MI 0, Graf 0-0 MO. Totals 25-47 6-962. OHIO ST. (64) Francis 4-11 1-3 9, White Ml 1-217, Carter 2-7 3-4 7, Burson 6-12 4-4 18, Wilson 2-6 M 5, J.Anderson 1-3 M 2, S.Anderson 2-2 M 4, Bradley 1-1 M 2. Totals 26-53 9-13 84. Halttime-Colorado St. 28, Ohio SI. 25. 3-polnt goals-Colorado St. 6-11 (Shlppen 6-7, Durham 0-1, Turcotte 0-3), Ohio St. 3-4 (Burson 2-2, Wilson 1-2). Fouled out- None. Rebounds-Colorado St. 20 (Durham 7), Ohio St. 33 (White, Carter 8). Assists-Colorado St. 21 (Bailey, Turcotte 6), Ohio St. 15 (Wilson 6). Total fouls- Colorado St. 15, Ohio St. 16. A-NA. BOSTON COLL. (67) S.Benton 6-10 3-415, Francis 3-4 M 6, Scott 1-2 0-1 2, Barros 7-12 W 24, J.BentonS-18M13, Beasley2-41-25, Able 1-4 (H) 2, Moran 0-1 M 0, Foley 0-0 M 0, Corcoran M M 0, Totals 26-539-1367. CONNECTICUT (73) DePrlest 2-3 IK) 4, Williams 0-3 M 0, Robinson 13-20 3-7 29, Gamble 5-10 3-3 , George 4-6 4-412, McCloud W 04 », Piklell 1-11-2 4, King 4-51-3 9, Ursery 0-10-00, Totals 29-W1M8 73. Halftlme-Boslon Coll. 41, Connecticut 33. 3-point goals-Boston Coll, 6-14 (Barros 5-7, J.Benton 1-6, S.Benton 0-1), Connecticut W (Gamble 2-2, Plkiell 1-1, George 0-1>. Fouled out—None. Rebounds-Boston Coll. JO (Scott 10), Connecticut 23 Robinson?). Asslsts-BostonColl. 18 J.Benton, S.Benton 5), Connecticut 4 (George 9). Total fouls—Boston Coll. 18, Connecticut 15. A-10,453. THIRD PLACE Wednesday, March 30 At New York Colorado State, 21-13, vs. Boston College, 18-14,7p.m. CHAMPIONSHIP Wednesday, March 30 At New York Ohio Stale, 20-12, vs. Connecticut, 9-14,9p.m. NBA EASTERN CONFERENCE AttarttcDMaton W L y-Boston 49 21 Philadelphia 31 38 Washington New York >lew Jersey Central DMlion [-Detroit .30 38 .30 40 .18 52 Pet. .700 .449 17 .441 18 .429 19 .257 31 GB Allanla 42 Chicago 40 29 Milwaukee 38 29 ndlina 33 35 Cleveland 32 38 ,676 .618 .560 .567 .485 13 .457 15 WESTERN CONFERENCE MkhwrtDMtlon W L x-Dallas '...46 23 Pet. .667 .629 .597 .551 .368 .200 28 GB 214 5 8 x-Denvef 44 28 x-Houston 40 27 x-Utah 36 31 SanAntonio 25 43 Sacramento 20 49 Pacfflc Division x-LALakers 53 16 .768 x-Portland 43 25 .832 9H x-Seattle 37 32 .536 18 Phoenix 22 46 .324 30% Golden Stale 17 50 .254 35 LA. Clippers 15 53 .221 37« x-cflncned playoff berth y-cllnched division title Tuesday's Gamea Seattle 106, qhfcago (03 Cleveland 108, New York 103 Atlanta 120, Dallas 106 Portland 136, San Antonio 113 Los Angeles Lakers 122, Utah 111 Denver 107, Sacramento 103 Wednesday's Garnet Chicago at Lot Angeles Clippers, 10:30 p.m. Houston at Boston, 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland al Washington, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at Dstroil, 7:30 p.m. Golden State at Phoenix, 9:3(1 p.m. Thursday'(Game* Houiton at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. New York at Milwaukee, 8:30 p.m. Sacramento at Denver, 9:30 p.m. Golden State it Utah, 9:30 p.m. San Antonio al Seattle, 10:30 p.m. Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE W Pet. .667 .667 .558 .538 .538 ,520 ,500 .500 .440 ,429 .429 .391 .360 .320 NewYork 18 Toronto 16 KansasClty 15 Boston 14 Seattle 14 California 13 Cleveland (3 Oakland 13 Texas 11 Chicago 12 Milwaukee 12 Baltimore 9 Minnesota 9 18 Detroit 8 17 NATIONAL LEAGUE W L Pel Los Angeles 19 9 .679 NewYork 16 9 .640 Cincinnati 15 10 ,600 Montreal 14 11 .560 Chicago 16 13 .552 San Francisco 14 12 .538 Houston 14 13 .519 Pittsburgh 14 14 ,500 Philadelphia 11 15 .423 SanDlego 11 15 .423 St, Louis 10 14 .417 Atlanta 7 20 .259 NOTE; Split-squad games count in standings, ties do not Tuesday's Games Chicago White Sox 2, Ctncinnall 0 Chicago Cubs 8, San Francl»co2 Houston 5, Philadelphia 4 Pittsburgh 10, SI. Louis 2 Montreal 4, Atlanta 0 New York Mets 3, Baltimore 1 Toronto 6, Texas 2 Los Angeles 10, Kansas City 9, 10 innings Arizona 4, Cleveland (ss) 3 Oakland 12, Cleveland (ss) 7 Seattle?, Milwaukee 0 San Diego 4, California 2 Boston 8, Del roll 4 Wednesday's Garnet Montreal vs. Los Angeles at Vero Beach, Fla., 12:30 p.m. Boston vs. Cincinnati at Plant City, Fla., 1:05 p.m. New York Mets vs. Atlanta at West Palm Beach, Fla., 1:05 p.m. St. Louis vs. Pittsburgh at Bradenton, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Toronto al Duneciln, Fla., 1:35 p.m. Philadelphia vs, Kansas City at Haines City, fit,, 1:35 p.m. Houston vs. Minnesota at Orlando, Fla.,1:35p.m. New York Yankee* n. Chicago White Sox at Sara«Ka,Fla.,1:35p.m. Oakland vi. Milwaukee at Chandler, Ariz., 3p.m. Seattle v». Chicago Cub* al Mesa, Ariz., 3 p.m. Cleveland vs. San Francisco at Scottsdale. Ariz., 3 p.m. CALL 722-5000 ACTION-PACKED CLASSIFIEDS JERRY WEESE AUCTIONEERING and APPRAISALS Idflville (219)278-7174 S«n Diego vs. California al Palm Sprlne»,CaUI.,4p.m. Thursday's Ganm Philadelphia vs. Houston al Klssimmee, Flu., 1:05 p.m. Detroit vs. Cincinnati at Plant City, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Chicago Wtint Sox vt. St. Louli at St. Petersburg, Fla., 1:05p.m. New York Mats va, Montreal at West Palm Beacti, Fla., 1:05p.m. Texas vs, Boston at Winter Haven, Fla., 1:05 p.m. Pittsburgh vs. Toronto at Duneciln, Fla.,1:35p.m. Atlanta vs. New York Yankees at Fan Lauderdate, Fla., 1:3Sp.m. Minnesota vs. Kansas City at Hainesdty, Fla.,1:35p.m. *~.n**i. Seattle vs. San Francisco al Scot- Apr. 1—Lincoln Auction Ralph Rockev tsda£ Ariz., 2 p m. Apr. 1 & 2-Emil Schram Est Hu'ehes A.ir-tinn f^n^i Chicago, Cuba va. Oakland at A nr Phoenix,Ariz.,3p.m Apr. ^ „„.. Milwaukee vs. Cleveland at Tucson, A P r • 8—Cass County Highway Henry Schrader Ari2 " 3pm LINCOLN AUCTION GALLERY Every Friday Evening Consignments wonted-bring most everything. One Item or house full, estates, business, moving, clean-up, etc. 219-699-6443 We Sell Everything I Buying & Selling Daily NHL WALES CONFERENCE Patrick DivUkx! W L T Pt» GF GA y-NYIsldrs.38 29 18 88 2»7 256 y-Wash)ngln.,..38 31 2 3 Philadelpha37 33 7 Sale Calendar Apr. 1-FranklinD. &DorisE. Nelson Rinehart ''ocelliAuction RalphRockey -Emil Schram Est Hughes Auction Service -Beckler & Gibson Estates Larry W. Aaron -Cass County Highway Henry Schrader Apr. 8—Cass Co. Hwy & Civil Defense Owners ... Schrader Auctions Apr. 8-Mary Trent Est Hughes Auction Service Apr. 9—Ethel Calton Estate with additions Craft & Michael Apr. 9—Martha Sluyter Estate phil Vogel Apr. 9-Florence Schrock Est Hughes Auction Service 8 W 270 3 34 36 81 77 77 76 277 88 283 Pittsburgh. 34 NYRangers34 New Jersey 35 Adams Division y-Montreal,43 22 12 y-Boston.,.43 28 6 y-Buffalo...36 31 10 y-Hartlord .34 36 7 Quebec.. ..32 41 4 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE NomaDMskxt W L T x-Detroll...« 27 11 y-St. Louis. 34 36 a y-Chlcago..30 39 8 Minnesota. 19 45 13 Toronto. ... 20 46 10 SmyttwDMalon x-Cilgary ..47 21 9 279 263 306 301 287 276 289 229 242 290 258 292 Fie 91 76 272 69 276 51 50 GF GA 312 261 284 320 237 333 335 2w 103 y-Edmonton 42 25 10 2 7 y-Wlnnlpeg32 36 10 74 y-LosAngls28 42 7 63 Vancouver.24 46 9 57 x-cllnched division title y-clincfied playoff berth 289 347 8 300 344 318 TWO DAY PUBLIC AUCTION FRIDAY, APRIL, 1,1988 at 3:30 PM and SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1968 at 10:00 AM Located North of Peru, IN. Go North of Peru on Bypass 31 to the 4-H turnoff and go East or go North on Business 31 to the Miami Co, 4-H Fairgrounds. Watch for auction signs. FRIDAY APRIL 1,1988 at 3:30 PM ALL MODERN HOUSEHOLD ITEMS SATURDAY, APRIL 2,1988at 10:00 AM STE1NWAY NEW YORK GRAND PIANO-LYON & HEALY #334694 nidi. M-F 59 NA; Piano Chair & Sheet Music. CANDELABRAS, STERLING & SILVERPLATE Pr. Regency Bronze & Crystal candelabra, 3 candle approx. date 1810; England sterling 3 branch candelabras, pr. 240 Wallace low candlesticks; crystal candle vases w/prisms; STERLING: 120 pc. Wallace flatware w/silver chest; 6 salt spoons; cake server; stuffing spoon; meat fork; 24 demitasse spoons; 7 souvenier spoons; Tiffany salad servers, 6322 oval fruit basket, 22967 Revere bowl, 12 match book covers, cigarette box, 21254 round & 12" dated 1944 tray; cigarette urns; 12 shell ash trays, Gorham 42616 Frontenac candy, 644 & 15" vase; Reed & Barton 70 compote; 181 compote; German oval center piece; 2 Victoria 1846 circa cake stands; Fisher footed 251 bowl; Revere 281 bowl; helmet gravy boat w/tray; meat platter; 1323 toothpick; French shakers; sq. salt dips; Kirk & Sons 210A water pitcher; letter openers; pillbox w/tongs; SILVERPLATE: 203 Gorham tea/coffee service (pots, cream/sugar, waste bowl, water kettle w/heating holder); 4 pc. Georgian 92 coffee service w/tray; Wilcox-Wallace & other trays; Reed & Barton cookie & sandwich plates; C 1880 Victorian fruit basket; serving bowls; 10 Oneida dessert plates; divided relish; 8 Sweden butter pats; Wallace syrup; candy; England blue glass/silver finger bowls; Wilcox cream/sugar; basket; lighter. COLLECTIBLES, GLASSWARE & MISC. Sound of Music stereo with AM/FM reel to reel; Oil painting w/over light; Oriental figurines w/wall holders from china; Victorian loveseat; sofa w/wood trim; parlor chairs; tufted back arm chair; Victorian lamp table; Queen Anne sofa, upholstered chairs; carved Rose/Berry side & captain's chairs; pie top, pedestal, paw feet & stack lamp tables; hinge top game table; curio cabinet w/mirrored side shelves; drop leaf end table; candle stand; 2 drawer plant sland; 9 pc. Chippendale dining room suite A-one condition; drop leaf harvest table; caned stool; 8 pc. twin bed Empire bedroom suite; Queen Anne style dresser; chest drawers; clawfoot chest; French style twin beds & 2 night stands; Serpentine dressers; chaise lounge; striped bedroom chair; cedar chest; desk w/chair; upholstered hall benches; weight clock, Washington at New ror* islanders, Warren Ressler wall clock; Federal & ornate mirrors; pictures & prints; ' ' floor-bridge & table lamps; German & Occ. Japan figurines; books; cookbooks; STUBEN vase & ash dish; glass birds; China, Crystal, Copenhagen vases; Crystal perfumes; Bavaria, German, Crystal pin dishes; Oak cigar box; German hinged jar; canes & walking sticks; lace & linen tablecloths; doilies; scarves; CHINA inclds. serv. 12 Spode-Rosenthall & Bavaria; 3 sets 8 etched glass dishes & stemware; serv. 4 England China; PHILADELPHIA (3) - Home (2): England teapot & china tea set; Johnson pink tea set; 8 Spode-13 Noritake & Thursday vs. Quebec, Sunday vs. 12 sta ff ordsnire demitasse cup/saucers; 12 German US Zone bread plates; Wedgewood creamer; Heisey cream/sugar; crystal dish; footed & pattern bowls; Syracuse 2 handle cups; etched & Crystal stemware goblets; wines, cordials & brandys; etched water & juice glasses; hp. pitchers; syrups; relishes, cruets; 8 pc. berry set; stem plate; 8 Washington Bicentenial plates; decanters; 1884 Cracker Barrel) cookie jars; crocks; butter bowl; d): s"ndarvs"Queliec""Away U (2')° cracker tins, Wicker baskets; PATIO Wrought Iron furniture inclds. 5 glass Wednesday al Chicago, Friday ai top stands; 6 padded chairs; lounge; 5 pc. glass top dinette & glass shelf tea chart. EMIL SCHRAM ESTATE Administrators: Peru Trust Co. Phil Tomson Trust Officer Estate Attorney: Albert H. Cole, Peru, IN TERMS: Cash or check with proper ID, not responsible for accidents or items after sold. NOTE: This is a nice sale with clean quality items to be sold. HUGHES AUCTION SERVICE Peru, IN AUCTIONEERS: Terry D. Hughes 317-473-4739 Ted J.Nichols 219-982-6830 CLERK: Becky Brewer 317-472-1770 Lunch by 4-H Governing Board Tuesday's Games Buffalo 3, Quebec) Detroit 2, Washington 2, tie New Jersey 4, PitlsburghO New York Islanders 5, Philadelphia 3 Winnipeg, Vancouver 2 Wedneaday's Games New York Rangers al Chicago, 6:» p.m. Minnesota al Edmonton, 9:35 p.m. Calgary at Los Angeles, 10:35 p.m. Thursday's Garnet Montreal at Boston, 7:35p.m. Hartford at Buffalo, 7:35 p.m. Queoec at Philadelphia, 7:35 p.m. New Jersey at Pittsburgh, 7:35 p.m. NHL Playoff Races (Four teams qualify In each dMskm) WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division REMAINING GAMES Washington. Away !1): Thursday at Quebec. PITTSBURGH (3) - Home (2): Wednesday vs. New Jersey, Sunday vs. Hartford. Away (1) Saturday al Washington. NEW YORK RANGERS (3) - Home Winnipeg. NEW JERSEY (3) - Home (1): Saturday vs. New York Islanders. Away (2): Wednesday al Pittsburgh, Sunday at Chicago. < CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrts Division REMAINING GAMES TORONTO (2) - Home (1): Saturday vs. Detroit. Away(l): Friday at Detroit. MINNESOTA (3) - Home (1): Sunday vs. Calgary, Away (2): W«dneday at Edmonton, Friday ai Vancouver.

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