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February 27, 1991 SPORTS C-5 Green Bay Press-Gazette Wednesday, 9 MIIII i 1 Wilimiet refuses to let dream die One of four players from area preparing for minor-league camp tear's Damp of the vear. nrovp nnvt.hincr to himselt. He 4 Thp, Drinlea rpllprt nVirint. thrf By Tom Mulhern i Chris Delarwelle Bob Wickman 1.38 ERA in Class A Paul Wilmet Coming off surgery Hit .298 in Class A "I think what happened was I got a little tired and fatigued," Delarwelle said. "The last three weeks when I struggled I was looking forward to getting a rest." Delarwelle is hoping to move up a notch to the Twins' high Class A team in Visalia, Calif.

He is also looking forward to getting a shot at playing a position, either third or first base. "Obviously, I just want to keep moving up," Delwarwelle said. "If I go back to Kenosha, hopefully, I'll play well and get moved up somewhere along the line. If that doesn't happen, then you've got to re-evaluate what's going on." knew he could play after an outstanding college career at UW-Oshkosh. Still, Delarwelle wasn't drafted last June and ended up signing with Minnesota as a free agent.

As a designated hitter for Kenosha of the Midwest League, he hit .298, with four home runs and about 45 RBIs. "It might prove to other people I can play," Delarwelle said. "I didn't have to prove anything to myself." Delarwelle made a rapid adjustment to the minor leagues, hitting .390 in his first 100 at-bats. He didn't dip below .300 until the final Sarasota, of the Gulf Coast Rookie League last year, where he was 2-2 with an ERA of 4.08 in 12 games, all in relief. He was coming off elbow surgery in '89 and said last year was "kind of a rebuilding year." "This year is going to be a test," Langan said.

"My arm is fine. It's 100 percent." Langan went to high school in NewvYork before moving to this area, where his father lives. He went to school at UW-Oshkosh for a year, then attended a tryout camp in Sturgeon Bay in the summer of '89 and was signed by the New York Mets. A 21-year-old right-handed pitcher, Langan was at Class A IHM i H'lgTH- CI ASSIFICATIOX 1XPEX EMPLOYMENT OBITUARIES: 24-HOUR RECORDER CANCELLATION SERVICE 431-8270 620 62E 62F 6G 63 34 A 35 35A 36 37 36 39 NOTICES: Apartments' Ashwaubenon Aparlments'Oe Pere Apartments'Howard'Suamtco RentateOut-ot-Town FurmshingsRentals Furnished Apartmenls Apts 'Houses To Share Houses' Dupieaee'Condos Rental AgenciesServices Mobile Home Sites Garage Rentals Business Rentals FArm Acreage Rent CottagesResorts Wanted To Ren. Press-Gazette The dream dies hard for some.

That explains in part why Paul Wilmet is whipping his right arm and the rest of his 30-year-old body into playing shape for one, possibly final, spring training with the Baltimore Orioles. 'They're giving guys 37 years old' five-year contracts," Wilmet, a pitiher from De Pere, said. "It wofild be senseless for me just to give it up. I figure as long as I can throw, I might as well play." While Wilmet is down to possi-blyhis final chance, the careers of three other area players are just blossoming. Bob Wickman of Oconto Falls, Chris Delarwelle of Southern Door and Rich Langan, who moved to Ashwaubenon from New York, also will be heading to minor-league spring training camps the second week of March.

Wilmet was staring the end of his career squarely in the face last summer. He had a bum pitching elbow when the Chicago Cubs released him from their Class AAA Des Moines, Iowa, farm club. "I was hurt and instead of paying me the money they were having to pay me they just released me and let the insurance company pay me;" Wilmet said. The elbow injury, first diagnosed in September of 1989, ultimately required surgery to repair ligaments, nerve damage, bone spurs and a bone chip. "I got the cast off after about 10 weeks and thought there's no way (he would pitch again)," Wilmet said.

"I kind of started planning for other things." But what else was there? "I'm not qualified to do much else," Wilmet said. "People fail to realize you spend some of your prime working years doing this. Then you get out and what do you do, go flip burgers?" Besides, Wilmet couldn't stand to have it end this way. He had been pitching well before the injury made it unable to continue. Il was on the verge of being ca0ed up last year," he said.

"I just couldn't throw anymore. I was sec-onS in the league in ERA, then the la4 two outings I tried to throw and couldn't and I got bombed." -Originally, the Cubs said they wojild give Wilmet a job if he could gehis arm healthy again. But they changed their plans, so Wilmet wrpte letters to all of the major weeks ago and invited Wilmet to their minor-league camp. "If I'm throwing well enough, then I'll have a job," Wilmet said. "I know their pitching coach at Triple A.

He always liked me. He told me flat out they need pitching." Wilmet said his arm feels better than ever, and he hasn't lost sight of the dream. Wilmet pitched briefly for the Texas Rangers in 1989. "I wouldn't go play if I didn't think I could pitch (in the major leagues)," he said. "It's coming to an end sooner or later.

I saw some of the worst talent that I've ever seen in the Cubs organization. There's just not the players anymore." Wickman didn't have the overwhelming statistics of some pitchers entering the minor leagues last year, but he certainly had the arm. Now he has the statistics, too. Wickman, a right-hander picked in the second round by the Chicago White Sox last June, had a dominating year for Class A South Bend, in the Midwest League. In nine starts, he finished with a 7-2 record and a 1.38 earned-run average.

He had 50 strikeouts and only 16 walks in 65 innings. Baseball America rates him as one of the top three prospects in the White Sox organization. "I couldn't ask for anything more," Wickman said. "I was actually surprised how well the season went." As a junior at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater in his final year, Wickman was 4-5 with a 4.78 earned-run average. But he wowed scouts with a 90-mph fastball.

"It was a real big boost coming out of college, and not having (had) a successful season," Wickman said. "It was really kind of difficult, wondering how everything was going to go. "Everything started falling into place. Hopefully, it will fall into place again this year." In the Midwest League playoffs, Wickman beat Madison's Todd Van Poppel, the Oakland A's touted first-round pick, 3-1. "I wanted to prove to everybody else I could be just as good as him," Wickman said.

Wickman expect to start the season in Sarasota, the White Sox's high Class A club, with hopes of moving to Class AA during the season. Delarwelle didn't have to Food Specials Antiquee'Coiiectibies Hobbies Crafts CoinsStamos'Jewelry Musical items TVfladiO'Stereo'CB Household Goods Lawn and Garden Firewood 'Heating Snow Equipment Building Materials MachineryTools Business Equipment Computers Games Industrial Equipment Miscellaneous Christmas Gift Ideas Wanted to Buy Swaps 16 IflF 16G 16H 16M 160 16P I6S 16T 16U 162 17 17A 18 .19 10A 19B 19C Funeral Homaa Cards of Trunk! Ir Memoriam Bundles of Joy Florists Personals Personals Ticket Special Nolices Christmas Trees Travel Places To Go Lost and Found 45 45A REAL ESTATE OFFICE HOURS: CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING OFFICE HOURS: Mon-Fn 7 30 am to 500pm. Saturday 7 30 to Noon AD-VISORS TELEPHONE HOURS: Mon -Fri 6 30 a to 7 00 Saturday 7 30 a to Noon Agencies. Services Domestic Part-time Miscellaneous. Medical OfltceC'encal ProfeesionalTecnmcal Salespeople Stores'Restaurants Stuiied'Semiskiiied Press-Gazette Routes Summer Job Offers Summer Jobs Wanted Services Offered Work Wanted ChildHome Care Wanted tor Veterans Jobs Wanted tor Teens EDUCATION Education, Schools FINANCIAL Business Opportunity Businesses Wanted Money to Loan Mortgages Insurance Money Wanted 47B 8 488 RECREATIONAL SERVICES Wanted Property Investment Property.

Business Property Lots Acreage FarmsAcreage VacationLake Property Out-ol-Town Home loans Condominiums Homes for Sale Real Estate Services 118 he CamerasSupplies Sperling Goods Bicyc let ''Toys Snowmobiles BoatsEquipment Sailboats Campmg Equipment Travel Trailers 62 83 83A 53A 54 54A MOBILE HOMES AUCTIONS Mobile Homes Transporting ServiceRepairs ANIMALS AVIATION Coming Auctions Auctions' Public Sales Auctioneers Pets 'Supplies Horse Corral NOTICE TO ADVERTISERS! AH advertising published the Press-Gazette subiect to me applicable rate card cop es ol wn.ch are aaiabte tiom Ou Advertising Department ah ads are subiect to approve' before publication We reserve the right to edit refuse reiecl or cancel any ad at any lme Errors must be reported the first day of publication We aha" not be iabie for any toss or eipense mat results from the publication i whether published correctly' or not! or omissiO" Of an advertisement Auto BodyRepeif BuildingCommercial Butldmg Remodeling CarpetFlooring Chimney Cleaning Cleaning Specialists Excavating Furniture RefmishmgUphOlstery Home'Health Care Meatmg'Air Conditioning Landscape MacnineWeldmg MaeonryCement Work Miscellaneous Services Moving-Hauling, Storage Musical Repairs Painting Decoraung Pest Control Plumbing. Electrical Professional Repair Service Sandblasting Snow Removal Ta'Accountmg Telephone Service Wai'papermg Water Conditioning FARM MARKET AUTOMOTIVE RUMMAGE SALES 58 59 Farm Market Ammai Removal 11K 11N 110 IIP 11U 11X 112 12B 12D 12F 121 12K 12M 12N 12P 12R 12S 12U 12V 12W 122 67 87A 68 RENTALS 33A 338 33C 33D 33E 33F 33G East Side West Sid Aliouez Ashwaubenon OePere Howard' Suamico Out-ot-Town Motorcycles Aif-Terram Vehicles Wanted Autos' Trucks Parts 'Accessories Service. Repairs Rentals'Leasmg AntiqueClassic Autos Recreational Vehicles TruCks'Vans Semi Trucks 'Heavy Duty Automobiles 80 61 61A 62 62A 62C Room and Board Sleeping Rooms Retirement Communities ApartmentsDowntown Apartments' East Apartments' West Apartments'Aiiouez MERCHANDISE Ctothmg 34 SA Personals 1 Notices Legal Notices Legal Notices HAPPILY MARRIED childless ViMiiiiaiiiffliiiiiiiiMJ UniTV TOITV A HOITY TOITY, league teams. estate of the above named person, Brown County, Wisconsin, couple wishes ro aaopi mToni. win pay medlcalleoal ep-senses.

Please call. Joan or Rick collect: 703-41-9244. STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT BROWN COUNTY IN PROBATE ORDER SETTING TIME TO PROVE WILL AND HEIRSHIP AND NOTICE tcv rppniTORS. Maldonado joins SB Personals DIVORCE KIT S'J OO BANKRUPTCY KIT 179.00 Call 1-4U-433-064S LOOK WHO'S THOITY! HAPPY BIRTHDAY SUE CANT SAY YOU'RE IN THE TWENTIES ANYMORE In the Matter of the Estate of whose post omce aaoie was 1229 S. Jackson Green Bay, Wl 54301.

IT IS ORDERED THAT: All creditors' claims must be filed on or before May 6, 1991, or be barred By the Court: sJames R. Queoff Probate Registrar February 6, 1991 Gordon Kane 1228 S. Baird St. Green Bay, Wl 54301 Feb. 20,27, Mar.

6, 1991 ak'a George Clancy, Deceased PREGNANT? DIAL 431-8300 435 E. WALNUT CLASSIFIED TELEPHONE HOURS Mon. thru Frl. Open 4:30 a.m.- 7 p.m. Saturday noon OFFICE HOURS Mon.

thru Fri. Open 7:30 P.m. Saturday i 2 noon rina uuu A petition for me prooare oi me Will, and determination of heirship, of George F. Clancy, Brown rnuntu Mitrnnsin. and Dost Of Call BIRTHRIGHT at 435-3345 Brewers camp Outfielder had 95 RBIs last year 4 -a '3 fice address 438 Wilcox Court, 51 i I if HA HA De Pere, Wl S4115, naving Deen filed: BUY 1 Western shirt at full price.

2nd shirtblouse of equal or lesi-vaiue $5. Wisconsin Saddlery Hwy. 29 S65-79W IT IC DDnpRFD THAT 51, I FROM YOUR 5 fy'--J LOVING FAMILY i Th netitinn be heard at the Brown County Courthouse, In NOTICES COUNSELING. Sexual Abus, Self-Esteemlmaoe, Men' Support, Spiritual Group, etc. christian Counseling, 498-3383 Green Bay, Wisconsin, on wiarcn 25, 1991, at the opening of Court or thereafter; 4 -rAHitnrc' rlaimt must be 3 In Memoriam filed on or before May 28, 1991, or be barred: 1 Notices (MZIlZ In Loving Memory of Joftn V.

Morrow Who Died One Year Ago Today February 1990 3. All claims will oe examineo and adiusted on June 3, 1991, at the noenino of Court or thereafter. CLASSIFIED AD REPLIES Dated February im By the Court, sRichard J. Oiett Circuit Judge Gary A. Wickert, S.C.

IS At 7:30 a.m. today there were replies at the 801 E. Walnut street P.O. Box 1124 Green Bay, Wl 54305 (414)417-9201 Press-Gazette office in 863754GC Feb. 27, March d.u.iyyi PaintingDecorating the following files: Excavating BuildingRemodeling 668, 673, 692, 693, 700, 4.

EXCAVATING Site workdemolltlonponds 494-4751 QUALITY custom homes, additions, decks. J5 yrs. experience. Insured. Reasonable.

497-7049. STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT PROBATE BRANCH BROWN COUNTY rkDDCD CFTTINft TIMf TO FRESH LOOK! Interior palnttna, (49 per room and up. 432-3692 nonwc ujii I Akin UPIQHIP 710, 717, 719, 721, 748, 749, 753, 762, 764, 771, 772, 773, 777, 788, 805, 811, 814, 815, 824. Furniture Refinishing AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS Gutter Co. Heavy-duty aluminum seamless gutters.

Insured-Guaranteed. Free estimates! 432-8940. PlumbingElectrical In the Matter ot the tsiate oi: God took him home it vwai Hit will, But In our hearts we love him Upholstery JOHN E. WIATcK, ueceaseo. A Mtitlnn fnr the probate of SUMP PUMPS, WATER HEAT- ER.

Plumbing and heating fa-. tAflil anH riMarminatlrjn of heir- still. His memory Is as dear today, As In the hour he passed away ADDITIONS, REMODELING Decks, sldlno, rec rooms, doors, Pleafie call for vour let UPHOLSTERY pair. (MP152S). Ship Of JOHN E.

WIATER, Brown winnows, r' American r-iuiuutim 1115 Pine (rear) 437-4361 ResidentialCommercial. Pick upDeliver. Fabric Samples. Furniture Repair. 494-3659 Sadly missed by his wife and Jim LOei mrm-rj family ters promptly.

Those not called for within 30 days from date of last inser County, Wisconsin, ana post ot-fice address 1760 Shawano Drive, Green Bay, Wl 54303-3284, having been filed: MI-MAR BUILDERS. For your KEN DELSART ELECTRIC, 5A Personals Landscape All wiring, xeoianaui. Call 494-6924. home ounoinfl ana rwmuuwimii needs. 30 years experience.

Custom design service. Built under FHA, FmHA, VA financing. Free estimates. 435-650. IT IS ORDERtu nwi: i Tho nAtitinn he heard at the tion will be destroyed.

Associated Press The Milwaukee Brewers have invited free agent outfielder Candy Maldonado to their spring training camp. Maldonado, 30, comes to camp with the understanding he must make the club to get a contract. Maldonado batted .273 with 22 home runs and 95 RBIs for the Cleveland Indians last season. Maldonado, a lifetime .256 hitter, played leftfield last season. The Brewers' first full-squad workout was scheduled for today, and General Manager Harry Dal-toji said he expects everyone to be on hand.

'Right-handers Chris Bosio, Don Aligust and Julio Machado and left-hander Kevin Brown became the first pitchers to face hitters Tuesday since camp opened last Saturday. Machado and Brown were acquired last September from the New York Mets for catcher Charlie O'Brien, and both figure in the Brewers' plans. iBosio missed the last two months of the 1990 season after undergoing surgery to remove bone spurs from his right knee. After leading the club with 15 victories in J989, he struggled to a 4-9 mark last season before the surgery. "It felt good to be back out on th'e mound," Bosio said.

"The knee isTfeeling good and I'm just trying toj work on some things and get ready for the season." the Brewers plan to pfay Paul Molitor at first base this season, which has left Greg Brock uhhappy. Brock said he wants to traded. Baltimore Manager Frank Robinson has suggested that Jim n.i Vio Orinlpa' start- irtg pitcher for their first exhibi-tibn came aeainst the Chicago Baseball notebook White Sox March 7. Palmer, 45, threw for the third time Tuesday and did not report any problems. New York Mets pitcher Frank Viola will continue to work out as usual, even after tests revealed bone spurs in his elbow.

Viola, who led the Mets with 2492A innings and 20 victories last season, said he felt pain in his elbow after throwing Friday. Tests revealed one large Done spur and three small ones connected to his elbow. St. Louis reliever Todd Worrell, trying to make a comeback from elbow surgery in 1989, probably won't be ready for the start of the season. "I look for him to be available in mid-May or June," said Manager Joe Torre.

"We don't want him to pitch immediately in save or pressure situations." Talks between second baseman Ryne Sandberg and the Chicago Cubs on a new contract broke down, and both sides said no new talks are scheduled. Sandberg has established a Friday deadline to reach agreement on a contract extension. The Cubs are offering Sandberg a three-year extension worth $12 million and have refused to renegotiate either of the last two years of his current contract worth a total of $4.6 million. Sandberg wants $15 million over three years. Major league umpires do not expect a strike this season, union chief Richie Phillips said.

Phillips met with umpires for five hours to nrenare for todav's discussion with baseball on a new contract, and( saw some progress. IF ANYONE witnessed an acci Driun rnnntv Courthouse In rtAWC'C DMt PRVtC AFFORDABLE Tree Removal Free estimates! Call 434-3677 r- Dau tAicrnntin. on March Aonllanre re pair. Home Repair. 499-7879.

dent Feo. is ai p.m. on the corner of Pine and Monroe Sts. please call Steve at 437-1901 between 7 a.m. and 2 p.m.

It's VERY Important. 25, 1991, at the opening of Court or thereafter; Interlor'entenor. 18 yrs. experience. Free estimates.

497-9127. 2 Creditors claims must De filed on or before June 25, 1991, Professional MAPLE TREES, 25. Now taking orders for March delivery. Minimum order, S50. Prices Include delivery and planting.

Can 4j5-4j. WAGNITZ CONSTRUCTION mi orianca Home build- CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING DEADLINES FOR KENNETH AND TEKLA HART thlr nh weft- dino anniversary at VanAbels In 3. All claims will be examined and adiusted on July 1, 1991, at Insured, free estimates. 434-3290 FRENCH TUTORING All levels. Call 494-8976.

ih opening ot loun or unuc DOrtlCrTC MAN Hollandtown weonesuoy 1-12 PM. Family and friends art welcome. MasonryCement Work lk.rn.ilu. Carpentry, paint, tile, wallpaper biw un, si. tt Repair Service BY THE COURT.

PAINTING, Small masonry and basement repair. Call Pete 'n RePete. 437-5006; 337-2240. NO JOB TUU wauu GILSON SIDING: siding, soffit and fasla. Free estimates.

Fully Insured. Call 434-4200. sRichard J. Didti HOME MAINTENANCE and RE- PAIR Zambon Enterprises Handyman Service. 468-8784.

NEW ADSCORRECTIONS CLASSIFIED DISPLAY ADS PUBLICATION DEADLINE Mon. Ads Thur. 4 p.m. Tues. Adi Fri.

4 p.m. Wed. Ads lon. 4 p.m. Thur.

Tues. 4 pm. Frl. Ads Wed. 4 wail 4 m.

NOTE: PLEASE CHfcCK wim THE ATTORNEY AS TO THE rv A-T TIME HP HP APING. Miscellaneous Services PERSONAL GREETINGS 3 lines, 1 day -00 (12 words or less) Additional lines: St. 00 per line (4 words per line). For more Information, call the Classified Dept. at 43I-S300.

REPAIR-ALL. Carpentry, remodeling, painting. Reasonable and experienced. 337-9749 LUBINSKI, ROTTIER, REED HAVE TOOLS WILL FIXII Locks-Install and repair. House repair and maintenance.

Snow removal. Arn's Lock and Handi-man Service, 499-7504. Clogged Sewers-Sinks Free Estimates Anytime CALL TWIRL CO. 435-8864. KLASS, 5.I..

Box 67 Seymour, Wl 54165 Feb. 27, Mar. 6,13,1991 CARPENTRY, PAINTING, WIRING, we do small loos others won't. 461-5560, 163-2594. Sun.

Thur. noon ECONOMY ERRAND SERVICE. Economical rates, for home delivery, shopping, cleaning, tutoring, moving, etc. 469-8200 GREEN BAY DOOR SERVICE Repair and Installation ot garage doors and openers. 334-1760.

BUILDING' RE MODELING Additions, kitchens, bathrooms, siding, and window replacement. No lob too small! Call Devroy Construction: 497-2230. CLASSIFIED UNE ADS; i- ATirMJ nCAni INC THE PRESS-GAZETTE TAKES RESPOHSIBILITY FOR ADJUSTMENT ON THE FIRS OR SECOND DA OF ADVER TISINO ONL Y. The Green Bay Press-Oaielte reserves the right to accept, edit copy and properly classify all ads. STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT BROWN COUNTY PROBATE NOTICE TO CREDITORS In the Matter of the Estate of 7 p.m.

dav before TaxAccounting FRIDAY'S FUND RAISING Looking to raise money for social event or organization? Give Tom a call, 435-5588. Sat jv Sun a.m. Sat. M0n 12 noon Sat. OVER 10 yrs.

experience In construction. From Interior to exterior. No lob to small or large. Call Randy, 496-9435. An application has been filed for Informal Administration of the INCOME TAX PREPARATION; Reasonable rates.

Free pickup and delivery. Call Shaw Services tor 336-1745. WE REPAIR ALL pool and spa SIDING, new doors or windows? Call Mellen Siding tor free estimate, fully Insured. 435-5749. equipment: pumps, moiors, filters, heaters.

Be ready for Spring! Call our Service 337-061 S. Van Den Heuvel WERY'S PLASTERING TAX RETURNS S5'pef supporting schedule Call 494-0202. stucco. Call Randy. 435-2573.

PaintingDecorating CarpetFlooring ciiDCDinD DA I MT INC 36 yr. professional services. Hire Wallpapering the ine resn Jewelry Cakes Banquet Facilities New hardwood floors Installed and sanded. Old floors, sanded and reflnlshed or coat i hem yourself and save! 497-7841 tor free estimates. D.

DECORATING REPAIR Wallpapering, Painting, Home Repairs, Carpentry. 14 yrs. ex t. Louis topples Blackhawks for first place in NHL standings QADADA PalntlngWallpaper-ing. InteriorExterior.

Free Estimates-references 465-6657 perience. Jim Damn, 468-1299. JUST ARRIVED Sterling silver wedding bands, close-out special on 14 carat gold bands, attendants gifts, leatner goods. Turquoise Treasures, Green Bay Plaza Mall, 496-8884. Cleaning Specialists NICK'S PAINTING Interiorexterior.

Painting, staining, refinishing. 497-4863. Water Heaters NHL BUZY HOME CARE Professional, dependable and Insured. Reasonable. 336-5588.

BANQUET Room available to 300 Catered or prepared ov you. Red Carpet Lanes 499-0281. SALE! Rheem Fuel Savers, save $100; Inslnkerator free Installation. 465-0628. PAINTING WITH EXPERIENCE THAT SHOWS! Rose Brothers Property Maintenance: 432-1714 or 435-902 PhotographyVideo Floral Design HOUSE CLEANING Experienced, references.

Mary, 494-9089 or Carol, 494-2713. JAN'S FLORAL FANTASIES Original Designs and Headpieces FREE BIDSI 494-257. $30 FREE 5x7 PHOTOS VALLEY CAMERA 468-6260 CALL TODAY TO PLACE YOUR CLASSIFIED ADI Let classified work for you 431-8300 1-800-444-0007 it QUALITY WALLPAPERING Painting. Free estimates and references. Call Patty, 498-4050.

CLEAN-A-HOUSE. Residential, Commercial. Bonded. Fully supervised. Free estimates.

Reasonable rates 337-0912. Associated Press ZRookie goaltender Pat Jablonski stepped in for injured Qurtis Joseph and stopped a penalty shot and two breakaways as the St. Louis Blues defeated the visit-iig Chicago Blackhawks 3-1 in a bjittle for first place in the NHL standings. Brett Hull scored his league-tfading 69th goal for the Blues. jfelsewhere, Wayne Gretzky had three assists and outplayed Mario Lemieux as the Los Angeles Kings clinched a playoff spot by beating Pittsburgh 8-2; Neal Broten scored with 1:09 left to give Minnesota a 2-2 tie with Philadelphia; Ed Olczyk scored his 200th goal as Winnipeg held off Hartford 5-4; and Dale Hawerchuk's goal with 49 seconds left gave Buffalo a 1-1 tie with the New York Islanders.

To find out what Bridal Classifications we have available, Reach over 132,800 potential customers! Call 431-8300. A Irtondtf, liWfrttdtetiW AsWtof ti1 wt wrHlnj an tfltcthn id apodal rtta. call 431-8000 or 1-800-444-0007 VT Sri l. I.

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