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The* Parli I aVsasnJi IS 1OBS USF&G Classic By Tfw Associate* Pros NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Thursday's first-round scores In the S400.000 USF&G Golf Classic played over Ine par-72, 7,080-yard coursa at Lakewood Country Club (play was suspended because of rain and lightning with 36 golfers still on the course): Gibby Gilbert Peter Jacobsen Brad Faxon Tony Sills Terry Snodgrass John Cook Jay Delslng Joe Inman David Lundstrom Sandy Lyle Jim Nelford Jim Simons 32-35 Mike Smith Lance Ten Broeck Brett upper Lanny Wadklns Frank Conner Seve Bailesteros LarryHlnson Jack Nicklaus Corey Pavln Chris Perry Larry Rinker Willie Wood Kikuo Aral Charles Boiling Russ Cochran KeithFergus Lon Hinkle Peler Oosterhuis Calvin Peete Don Pooley Nick Price Tommy valentine Richard Zokol David Edwards Ken Brown David Frost Buddy Gardner Thomas Lehman Steven Liebler Mike McCullough Tim Norris Steve Pate Chi Chi Rodriguez Joey Sindelar Hal Sutton Steve Bowman Mar kBrooks RexCaldwell DaveEichelberger Scott Hoch 30-35—65 32-33—65 33-33—46 34-32—66 33-33—44 33-34—67 35-32—67 33-34—67 34-33—47 36-31—47 35-32—67 —67 33-34—67 33-34—67 33-34—67 33-34—67 36-32—68 33-35-68 35-33—68 32-36—68 34-34—68 33-35—68 34-34—68 36-32—68 37-32—49 34-35—49 37-32—69 34-35-49 34-35—69 34-33—49 34-33-49 33-34—49 35-34—49 34-33—69 35-34—69 34-36—70 35-35-70 35-35—70 37-33—70 33-35—70 36-34—70 32-38—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 36-34—70 35-35—70 36-34—70 34-37-71 34-37—71 34-35—71 36-35-71 35-36—71 Scott Hoch Mike Holland Kenny Knox Ralph Landrum Allen Miller Mike NIcolette David Ogrln Mark Wlebe John Adams Bob Boyd Brad Bryant Mark Calcavecchla Dave Davis Bob Eastwood Bob Gilder Jeff Gryglel Steve Jones Andy Magee victorRegalado ivansmith Mick Soli Mike Sullivan Leonard Thompson Dennis Trixler Ron Commans Jeff Coston Danny Edwards Dave Barr DonnieHammond Pat McGowan Tom Sieckrnann StuartSmlth J.C.Snead Howard Twitty Tom Watson Robert wrenn Chip Beck Bobby Cole CharlesCoody Jim Dent Dale Douglas Lou Graham Phil Hancock Jodie Mudd Stan Stopa Keith Swindell RockyThompson Michael Barnblatt FredieHaas Larry Ziegler Bill Buttner Ed seller Jeff Sluman Greg Powers EdFiorl Bill Glasson Doug Tewell 35-36-71 35-34—71 37-34—71 36-35—71 34 37—71 35-36—71 34-35—71 34-35—71 37-35—72 33-39—7J 34-38—72 38-34—72 33-39—72 37-35—72 34-36—72 33-39—72 35-37—72 37-35—72 38-34—72 33-39 —7J 37-35-72 36-36—72 35-37—72 34-38—72 38-35—73 36-37—73 35-38—73 35-38—73 37-36—73 34-39—73 37-36—73 39-34—73 36-37—73 36-37—73 36-37—73 35-38—73 37-37—74 34-38—74 37-37—74 39-35—74 34-40—74 34-40—74 34-38—74 34-40—74 37-37—74 35-39—74 38-34—74 36-39—75 38-37—75 37-38—75 38-39—77 41-38—79 36-34—79 39-44—83 WD WD WD Oaklawn results By The Associate* ma weather Cloudy. Track Fast. ist-<,poo, ci, nxn 3wro, II-IMI. Sylvester Road (Jones) 23.60 12.60 5.60 Mr. Chip (Masters) 7.00 4.00 Attic (Doocy) 2.60 OH 1:31. Time 1:483-5. Scratched—Colonel Royce, Native Legion, Cowboy Mystique, Bo Bator. jnd—5.5W. cl. 4TO up. 61. Potted Skid IGalllmore) 14.00 6.40 4.40 Sand Hills Red (Lively) 6.40 4.40 Holier (Borden) 6.20 on 2:00. Time 1:124-5. Scratched—Fox Alpha, My Kina. Not Necessarily, Pukka Star. Lined L.. Rough Fellow. Daily Double (7-10) paid S216.60. 3rd—4,HO. cl. mdn I.4YO, M. Fire Blazen Price (Koyle) 6.00 3.60 3.00 Olabolo Khale (Smith) 4.80 3.60 Don B. Quick (Onell) s - 10 Oil 2:». Time 1-1335. Scratched—Cider is sweet. Quizney Land. Oklahoma Chatter, Latter Ingrained, Hawkins Town. 4th— 7.MO, cl. 4YO up, M. iron Gold (Murphy! 16.80 8.20 5.40 Its Proven (Moore) 8.80 5.40 Destroyer's Doll (Howard) 5.20 Off 3:58. Tlme'l:13. Scratched—Oft Duty, Sweet N Pure. Mh—10,000. Cl, JYO. «. Muscles Mean Money (Engle) 52.20 30.60 15.60 Good Blade (Murphy) 6.00 4.80 Abomination (DEWhited) «-80 Off 3:26. Time 1:131-5. Scratched— Doug's Dusty. »m— H,«K>, ale, 3A4YO, 1ml. Kennedy Express ( f».r»n 1 Lotus Root (Howard) Storm Out (Valovlch) Off 3:55. Time 1:403-5. 5.80 4.00 5.40 7th—11,500, el. 4YO up, <f. Nolf (Maple) 18.00 8.40 5.40 Wendy Tom (Howard) 5.80 3.80 Del Mar Dave (Moore) 4 80 Off 4:24. Time 1:113-5. Scratched— Yamoo, J B Turner. Irish Jo Jo. Ith—14,800, ale, 4YO up. «. Northern Petals (Valovich) 11.40 3.80 2.80 Erlmo's Lady (Snyder) 3.40 3.00 Shamraritan (Foster) 3.40 OH 4:53. Time 1:112-5. Scratched—Mltey Straight. flti—1S.OM, ale, 4YO up, 1ml. Gallant L.B. (Howard) 20.80 4.40 3.60 Steel Robbing (Snyder) 4.40 3.40 Set Free (Jones) 4.40 OH 5:20. Time 1:37. IBh—«,5«0, cl, 4YO Up. IMIml. Blue Collar (Borden) 12.00 4.80 3.40 Myra's Tavern (Smith) 4.20 3.40 Regal Spouse (Howard) $.00 OH 5:49. Time 1:44 45. Scratched—Native Grooglt, Feudal System. Attendance 17,914. Handle (3,407.180. Oaklawn entries By The Associate* Pros FIRST — Purse 113.000, Clm.2S.MO-21I.000. 3 Yo's, 1 Ml 114 I. Worthy Driller (Smith) 119 3. Imawino (Borden] 114 3. Arctic Hymn (Snyder) 121 4. Hot Knlghf Tonite (Clark) 109 i. Gold Shipment (Delahoussaye) 114 « United Copy (Cordova) 109 7. Hat To Pet (Mueller) 11? 8. Astro Breaker (no boy) 111 9. El Sardlno (Whlted) lit 10. Poker Note (Doocy) 114 II. Thati Incredible (Howard) 118 12. Inaugural Bid (Murphy) 103 Also Eligible 1. Mr. Kelly (Lively) 112 J, Plstolero (no boy) 119 SECOND — Purse 17.500. Clm.8J30D-7.000, 4 Yo'S 8. Up. 6 furlongs 1. Lucky Hand (Sorrows) 116 3 Model Pappa (no boy) 114 3. JC.'s victory (Pettlnger) 116 4. What a Master (Smith) 118 S Champagne Pete (Borden} 114 4. Your Half (Holland) 11*. 7 Pr-nsar (Doocy) 112 I Piscobolos (Sorrows) lit '. Bat An Eye (no Boy) 116 10 Nineteen Dreams (Enclnas) 114 11. Steel Inool (Nicks) 112 13. Raise An Arc (no boy) 112 Also ElhstMe I Lucky Angel (no boy) 118 3 Traveling Alone (Lively) 114 3 Lime Royale (No boy) 111 THIRD — Purse S4.000, Clm.35,000, Mdn., 3 8. 4 Yo's. 6 furlongs I. Bee Better Run (GrlHIn) 117 7. Pats Clarion (no boy) 112 3. Bar's Own Bank (Grlssom) 112 4. Broadway Kitty (Koyle) 113 5. Another Dream (Howard) 134 A Riki Niki Waldman (Jones) 112 7 Hurri Queenie (Cordova! 107 B Delphlrw Too (Howard) 112 9 Hawks Lucky Lady (Snyder) 124 10 How Easy It Is (Pettlnger) 124 II u Blossom (Snyder) 119 13. Cuca's Lady (Howard) 112 Alsa ElhsiM* 1. Hi Ho Somiga (Hoverson) 119 3. Jane's Silver (Griffin) 100 3. Little Miss Lucky (Doocy) 112 4. while's Landing (Borden) 112 FOURTH — Pun* 112.000. Clm 25,000-20,000. F8.M, 4 Yo's «. Up. I furlongs 1. Thunderella (Snyder) 117 2. Jamarkay (Court) 117 3 Maiestlc Maid (Nicks) 113 4. Everlovlng Mama (no boy) 117 5. Belle Of Tne Road (Doocy) 117 4. Sequoia Squaw (Murphy) 105 7 Carmiel (Clark) 112 6. Voved E. (Borden) 117 I. Galeo Folly (Lively) 117 TO Platinum Lady (Koyle) 117 II. Maebry Prode (Howard) 117 13. Miss Alice (HIcKry) 117 Alsa Ellglkto 1. Sugar Streak (Cordova) 113 2. Will Be A Rough'n (Lively) 119 FIFTH — Purse S13.000. Mdn., Fillies. 3 8. 4 Yo's, One Mile 1. a Ryan's Tune (Murphy) 117 3 x Helleborus (Snyder) 113 3. x Camarlna (Snyder) 113 4. Chartelaine (Whited) 113 5. My Cache (Doocv) 113 « Miss Magnum P.I. (Blackstun) 107 7. Lady Courage (Court) 112 8 Okie Light (Nicks) 117 9. a Three For All (no boy) 112 1(1 watch Out The Way (Navarre) 124 11. Gooseankfe (Smith) 112 a- D. 8, P. McNelll-Joan Pletcheretal Ent. v- N.B. Hunt Ent. SIXTH — Purse 113,000. Clm.35.0oO-30X«», 4 Yo's 1 Up, 4 furlong* 1. Pop's Spirit (Lively) 131 3. Bertie Boy (Snyder) 117 3. OH And Rolling (Snyder) 117 4. Our Angel (Smith) 117 5. Gem Bow (Howard) 115 4. Be My Partner (Day) 119 7. Bunny Pack (Borden) 117 8. McShane (Jones) 117 9. Cossatot (Howard) 117 10. Haven winner (Foster) 117 11. Pltchlt (Mtlancon) 113 SEVENTH — Purse S14.000. Allow., 4 Yo's 8. Up, 1 Ml 70 The Wa-Wa Cry 1. Steel Explosion (Howard) 113 2. a-vonwrco (Whlted) 113 3. Moneymaker Special (McKnlgnt) 115 4. Bold Greek (Snyder) 113 5. Diplomatic Texan (Valovlch) 107 4. Straight Move (DelahoussayO 115 7. a-Taratl (Doocy) 112 t. Double Clever (Howard) 112 a -Summa stable-N.B. Hunt Enl. EIGHTH — Purse SKOOO. Allow., 3 8, 4 Yo'S. 6 furlongs The Game Lad 1. Mostly Mack Ino boy) 107 2. Barachols Boy Ino boy) 119 3. First County Fair (Melancon) 109 d Advice (Jones) 109 5. Cynotura (no boy) 114 6. Inferno King (no boy) 107 7. Dudgemorta (Snyder) 109 8. Distinctive Empire (Lively) 109 9. Colonel Everett (Snyder) 124 10. B.J.'S Chadamy (Court) 112 11. Duty Bound (no boy) 121 12. Jet Away BUI (Smith) 107 Also Eligible 1. Tee Rlzile (no boy) 119 2. Rich Port (Pettlnger) 109 3. Spike's Doc (Doocy) 109 4. Bo Doyle (Patterson) 109 NINTH — Purse 150,000 Added, HcpS, 4 YO'S & Up. 1 Mi 70 The Essex Handicap (Plus 125,000 Breeders' Cup Premium Award) 1. Fairly Straight (Woods) 114 2. Plaza Star (Doocy) 115 3. Bright Baron (Smith) 115 4. Anchor In (no boy) 110 5. Magnum Four (Whited) 111 6. Star Choice (McKnlgnt) 121 7. Dirty Birdie (Howard) 113 I. Shamtastic (Pettinoer) 113 TENTH — Purse 19,000, Clm.13.SOO 11.500. 4 YO'S >/ Up, 1 Ml 116 1. Quick Ice (Moore) 114 2. Sunny's Rounder (Howard) 114 3 Happy Jim (Ooocy) 114 4. Northern Twister (Grlssom) 116 5. Whipped Cream (Hotland) 114 4. Attentive (Maple) 114 7. I'm A Forceten (Engle) 114 8. Robincte (Patterson) 118 9. Martini Thoughts (Smith) 104 10. The Parrot's Beak Ino boy) 111 11. Peter Planer (no boy) 111 12. Loose Thoughts (Whlted) 11« Also Eligible 1. Delflc (Snyder) 118 Picks USFL •y T*. AnecMrt** Prea EASTERN CONPIIMHCC W L T Pet. PP PA Memphis 100 1000 « M Birmingham ? 1 0 »«7 9! 78 New Jersey ) 1 0 M7 91 73 Tampa Bay 2 1 0 467 »< '! Jacksonville 1 9 t .333 17 79 Baltimore 0 2 1 .i«7 58 to Orlando 030 000 17 97 »nver •tron» 100 1.000 1M M J 1 0 .«7 79 71 2 I 0 .M7 »4 U Oakland 1 1 l Portland 1 2 0 San Antonio 1 7 0 Los Angeles 030 Satvrtfay's Games Arlmna at Tampa Bay San Antonio at LOS Angeles Orlando at Portland Memphis at Birmingham New Jersey at Baltimore Jacksonville at Oakland Monday's Q*ma 500 55 .333 38 .333 37 000 «7 LPGA Kemper Open By Ttit AuoclltMl Pratt KAANAPALI, Hawaii (API — Thursdays first- round scores In the LPGA Kemper Open golf tournament, played on the 6,182-yard, par 72 Royal Kaanapali North course: Pat Bradley 33-35—48 Jane Crafter 31-37—68 Patty Sheehan 32-37—69 Lori Garbact 34-37—71 Pat Meyers 34-37—71 Jane Slalock 34-37—71 Dlanne Dalley 33-38—71 Dawn Coe 34-38—72 Deedee Lasker 35-37—72 Alice Miller 37-35—72 Joanne Paclllo 34-38—72 JoAnne earner 35-38—73 Penny Hammel 35-38—73 Amy Alcott 36-37—73 Barb Thomas 36-37—73 Jo Ann Washam 35-38—73 Marta Flgueras-Dotti 34-39—73 Cathy Morse 36-37—73 Missie McGeorge 34-39—73 Vicki Singleton 35-38—73 Alexandra Reinhardt 34-39—73 Muffin Spencer-Devlin 35-38—73 Vicki Alvarez 36-37—73 M.J. Smith 36-38—74 Becky Pearson 37-37—74 Donna White 35-39—74 Atsuko Hikage 36-31—74 Terrl Luckhurst 36-38—74 Palti Rizzo Kathryn Young Debbie Melsterlin Kathy Postlewalt Laurie Rinker Judy Clark Denlse Strebig Debbie Hall Nancy Ledbetter Cathy Marino Lauri Peterson Dot Germain Alice Rltimsn Stephanie Farwlg Hollls Stacy Marty Oickerson Beth Daniel Janet Coles Kathy Hlte Cindy Flag Laurie Blair Mary Dwyer Lynn Connelly Jan Flynn Jan stepnenson LeAnn Cassaday Kathy Whltwortn Sandra Spuzlch Janet Anderson Cathy Kratzert Robin Walton Jeannette Kohlhaas Amy Benr Shelley Hamlln Joan Joyce Rosie Jones Kellll Rinker Beverly Klass Anne Kelly Dale Eggellng Charlotte Montgomery 37-37—74 35-39—74 36-38—74 37-37—74 36-38—74 37-37—74 37-37—74 37-38—75 35-40—75 3S-40—75 37-38—75 37-38—75 41-34—7$ 36-39—75 36-39—75 37-38—75 36-39—75 39.34—75 36-39—75 36-39—75 34-40—74 38-38—76 35-41—76 37-39—76 37-39—76 37-39—76 37-39—76 35-41—76 38-38—76 36-40—76 37-39—76 35-41—76 35-41—76 36-40—76 37-39—76 36-40—76 37-39—76 37-39—76 36-40—76 38-38—76 36 40—76 Donna Caponi 38-38—76 Pia Nilsson 36-40—76 Cindy Flom 38-38—76 Debbie Massey 34-40—74 Mlndy Moore 36-41—77 Cathy Reynolds-Derouaux 39-33—77 Penny Pull 36-41-77 Beverley Davis 36-41—77 Susie Bernlng 37-40—77 Ruth Jessen 35-42—77 Therese Hesslon 36-41—77 Pam Gletzen 34-43—77 Lynn Stroney 37-40—77 Margaret Ward 37-40—77 Ayako Okamoto 40-37—77 Karen Permezel 38-39—77 Sherri Turner 37-40—77 Judy Ellis 38-39—77 Kyle O'Brien 38-39—77 Cindy Hill 37-41—78 Betsy King 39-39—78 Lenore Muraoka 39-39—78 Sharon Barrett 35-43—78 Mary Beth Zimmerman 36-42—78 Lori West 38-40—78 Susie Berdoy 37-41—78 Shirley Furlong 38-40—78 Jull Inkster 38-40—78 Barbara Pendergast 37-41—78 Jane Geddes 38-40—78 Mltzl Edge 38-40—78 Laura Hurlbut 37-41—78 Jane Lock 37-41—78 Cathy Mant 37-41—71 Deanle Wood 34-43—79 Sue Ertl 39-40—79 Kathy Baker 39-40—79 Sarah LeVeque 36-43—79 Silvia Bertolacclnl 39-40—79 Sherrin Galbraitn 38-41—79 Lisa Young 40-39—79 Sue Fogleman 36-43—79 Elaine Crosby 36-43—79 Marci Bozarth 38-41—79 Mary DeLong 37.-42—79 Barb Bunkowsky 39-40—79 Carol* Charbonnler 38-42—80 Catherine Panton 40-40—80 Gail Lee Hlrata 38-42—80 Nancy Scranton 38-42—80 Debbie Austin 38-42—80 Lauren Howe 39-41—80 Susan Sanders 35-45—80 Joyce Kazmlerski 38-42—80 Kris Monagnan 39-41—80 Susie McAllister 40-40—80 Marlene Haggt 37-43—80 Colleen walker 41-40—81 Martha Nause 38-43—81 Melissa Whltmire 40-41—81 Joyce Benson 39-42—81 Heather Drew 40-41—81 Kay Kennedy 37-45—82 Caroline Gowan 38-45—83 Sally Oulnlan 43-40—83 Nancy Rubin 39-44—83 Allison Flnney 39-45—84 Linda Hunt 37-47—84 Nancy White-Brewer 39-46—85 Jackie Bertsch 41-45—86 Cindy Ferro 39-47—86 Susie Pager 39-47—86 Karen Gravley 42-45—87 Connie Chilleml 40-47—87 Noreen Friel 41-47—88 NBA By The Associated Press All Times EST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W. L.Pet...OB X-Boston 52 14 .788 — x -Philadelphia 4? 14 .754 2Vi New Jersey 33 33 .500 19 Washington 33 33 .500 19 New York 21 44 .323 30'A Central Division x-Mllwaukee 46 19 .708 — Detroit 36 29 .554 10 Chicago 3134 .47715 Cleveland 36 39 .400 30 Atlanta 2540 .385 21 Indiana 20 45 .308 36 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver 43 33 .444 — Houston 3926 .400 3 Dallas 3729 .541 5 '/> San Antonio 33 34 .485 10V> Utah 3135. 47011 'fi Kansas City 24 43 .364 18V> Pacillc Division x-L.A. Lakers 4718 .723 — Phoenix 3135 .47014 V> Portland 3036 . 45517 Vj Seattle 27 38 .415 20 L.A. Clippers 33 44 .331 JS'A Golden State 18 46 .281 38V* x-ctlnched playoff berth. Wednesday'! Gamei Boston 133. Pnoenlx 104 New Jersey 114, Washington 109 Philadelphia 121, L.A. Clippers 103 Milwaukee 128, Cleveland 93 Dallas 118, Kansas City 100 L.A. Lakers 120. Utah 105 Thursday's Games Chicago at New York, 7:30 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Indiana, 7:30 p.m. Atlanta at Golden State, 10:30 p.m. San Antonio at Seattle, 10:30 p.m. Friday's Games Houston at Washington, 7:30 p.m. New York at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Boston at Cleveland, 8 p.m. Denver at Dallas. 8:30 p.m. Phoenix at Chicago, 8:30 p.m. Kansas City at Utah, 9:30 p.m. Golden State at Portland. 10:10 p.m. San Anlonlo at L.A. Lakers, 10:30 p.m. Saturday's Games Indiana at New York. 7:30 p.m. New Jersey at Philadelphia, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at Dallas, 8:30 p.m. Phoenix at Milwaukee, 9 p.m. L.A. Lakers at L.A. clippers. 10:X p.m. Atlanta at Seattle, 10:30 p.m. . Sunday's dames Houston at Boston, 1 p.m. Indiana al New Jersey. 1 p.m. Utah al Kansas City. 3 p.m. Milwaukee at Chicago, 3 p.m. Denver at San Antonio, 3:30 p.m. Golden Stale at L.A. Clippers, to p.m. Atlanta at Portland, 10 p.m. Detroit at Seattle, 10:30 p.m. NCAA tournament By The Associated Press Bast Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 Al Hartford, Conn. Georgetown 48, Lehlgh 43 Temple <0, Virginia Tech 57 Loyola, 111.59, lonaSI Southern Methodist 8S, Old Dominion 48 Friday, March IS At Atlanta Illinois, 34-8, vs. Northeastern, 22 I Georgia, 21-8. vs. Wichita SI., 18-12 Syracuse, 31-8, vs. DePaul, !?•? Georgia Tech, 24-7, vs. Mercer, 22-8 Second Round Saturday, March U At Hartford, Conn. Georgetown, 31-3. vs. Temple, 35 5 Southern Methodist, 23-9, vs. Loyola. III., 24-5 Sunday, March 17 At Atlanta Georgia-Wichita St. winner vs. Illinois-Northeastern winner Syracuse-DePaul winner vs. Georgia Tech-Mercer winner Semifinals Thursday, March al Af Providence, R.I. Saturday's second-round winners Sunday's second-round winners Championship Saturday. March 21 At Providence. R.I. Semifinal winners Ohio SI. 75, Iowa St. 64 Louisiana Tech 78, Pittsburgh 54 Oklahoma 96, North Carolina A&T 83 Illinois St. 58. Southern California 55 Friday, March 11 At Houston Memphis St., 27-3, vs. Pennsylvania, 13 13 Alabama Birmingham, 34-8, vs. Michigan St.. 19-9 Texas Tech, 33 7, vs. Boston COIIeg*, 18 10 Duke, 23-7. vs. Pepperdlne. 23-8 Second Round Saturday, March 14 At Tulsa. Okla. Louisiana Tech, 38 3. vs. Ohio St., 20-9 Oklahoma, 29-S, vs. Illinois St.. 32-7 Sunday, March 17 At Houston Texas Tech-Boston Coll. winner vs. Duke- Pepperdine winner Ala.-Birmingham-Michigan St. winner vs. Memphis Sf.-Penn winner Semllinals Thursday, March 21 Al Dallas Saturday's second-round winners Sunday's second round winners Championship Saturday, March 23 Semifinal winners By The Associated Press 1—Hat to Pat, Arctic Hymn. El Sardlno. 3— J C's Victory, Champagne Pete, Dlscobolos. 3—Broadway Kitty, How Easy It Is, U. Blossom. 4—Cariniel, Thunderella, Everloving Mama. 5—My Cache, Camarlna, Lady Courage. 4— Be My Partner, Pitchlt, Off And Rolling. 7—Moneymaker Special. Bold Greek, Steel Explosion. 8— Flrw county Fair, inferno King. Duty Bound. 9—star Choice, Magnum Four, Bright Baron. 10—Attentive, !'m A Forceten, Loose Thoughts. Best Bet-star cinln. Southeast Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 Al South Bend, Ind. Kansas 49, Ohio U. 38 Auburn 59, Purdue 58 North Carolina 74, Middle Tennessee 57 Notre Dame 79, Oregon St. 70 Friday, March IS At Dayton, Ohio Louisiana St., 19-9, vs. Navy, 25-5 Maryland, 33 11. vs. Miami, Ohio, 20-10 Michigan, 35 3, vs. Fairleign Dickinson, 31-9 Vlllanova, 19-10, vs. Dayton, 19-9 Second Round Saturday, March 16 Al South Bend, Ind. Notre Dame, 21-8, vs. Nonn Carolina. 25-8 Auburn, 21-11, vs. Kansas, 25-7 Sunday. March 17 At Dayton. Ohio Michlgan-FDU winner vs. Vlllanova-Dayton winner Maryland-Miami. Ohio winner vs. LSU Navy winner Semifinals Friday, March 33 At Birmingham, Ala. Saturday's second-round winners Sunday's second-round winners Championship Sunday, March 24 At Birmingham, Ala. Semifinal winners Classified 785-5538 230 Special NOtlCM ADDING MACHINE paper (100) rolls, $34.50. 785-7991. '300 CASH REWARD offorod for any information loading to tha recovery of 2 bright blue Yamaha 225 DX throe whoolen. They are mining from 2542 Kestlor Drive at of late Sunday night. Please contact Don at 7B5-6910 or 785-M47. *********** * Wayne Couch Is]* CUTTING HAIR AGAIN! at 1011 N. Main NEED YOUR BUSINESS! THANKS! *********** Classified Crafts PLANS ANDPATTHtlB At Tulsa, Okla. MMweit Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 West Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 At Silt Lake City, Utah St. John's 83, southern U. 59 Arkansas 43, Iowa 54 Nevada Las Vegas 85. San Diego St. 10 Kentucky 66, Washington 58 Friday. March 15 At Albuquerque, N.M. North Carolina St.. 30-9, vs. Nevada-Reno, 31-9 Tulsa, 73 7, vs. Texas-El Paso. 21-9 Virginia Commonwealth, 25-5. vs. Marshall, 21-12 ' 'ibama, 21-9, vs. Arizona. 21-9 Second Round Saturday, March 14 At Salt Lake City, Utah St. John's, 28-3, vs. Arkansas. 22-12 Kentucky, 17-13, vs. Nev.-Lat Vegas, 22-9 Sunday, March 17 At Albuquerque. N.M. Alabama-Arizona winner vs. VCU-Marthall wlnne Tulsa-UTEP winner vs. N.c. St.-Nev.-Reno winner Semifinals Friday, March 22 At Denver Saturday's second-round winners Sunday's second-round winners Championship Sonday, March 74 At Denver Semifinal winners The Final Four At Lexington, Ky. Semifinals Saturday, March M East Champion vs. West Champion Southeast Champion vs. Midwest Champloi Championship Monday, April I Semifinal winners Transactions By Tne Associated Press BASEBALL American Lecgwe MILWAUKEE BREWERS— Re assigned Chuck Porter, Chuck Crim, Scott Roberts, Andy Berne, Chris Soslo. Tom Candiotti. Brad Lesley and Paul Harwell, pitchers, Billy Robldouv. Dale Sveum and Juan Castillo, infielderv Mike Fefder, outfielder, Dave Huppert, catcher, and Jim Adducl, first baseman, to their minor league training complex. Schuler, pltcner. Matt Sinatra and John Lkkert, cat chers, and O'er Gulliver, Inftelder, to their original minor league clubs. FOOTBALL Canadian Fntfeall LI»I»I HAMILTON TIBER-CATS— Signed Dave Vanttegrlrt, wide recMver, and Nord WftHam, running back. /' a*« ATLANTA BRAVES— Sent Mike Payne, pitcher. and L«o Vargas, outfielder, to Richmond cf *he International League, Re-assigned Andres Thomas, in- ftelder. joe Johnswi and Mart west, pitchers, to their minor league training complex. Returned Dave NEW JERSEY DEViLS-R«all«d Gery MeAdam. right wing, from Maine of !fM American Hockey League. COLLtei ST. JOSEPH'S, INDIANA— Announced the resignation of William G. Jennmgs, hMd foetbefl encfl. PVC HAMMOCK. Catch * hnr wtnlw white you catch tht brMzi! Emy-to-bulM pfwtlc pip* frame tupports mock. Overall size: a 111 fMt NO. 1911-2 $3.15 QUN CABINET. Put that pun away) Display your rlttol uftty txhlnd th< glass door* of this handsome cabinet Eaay and Inatpan. slva to build from oak plywood. Slur 14 « 45 » 74 traled Instructions. No. 29M-2 JJ.95 To Order... fully mutinied and detailed plans for thm delightful pro)«ets. plaasa specify the project name and number and sand th« dollar amount specified for etch protect. Large color catalog, 12.95 All orders are postage paid. Mall to: Classified Crsfts Dept.C 75460 BoxlOOO Blxby, OK 74008 CAflAOIAN RESIDENTS: CUM* KM SI 00 10. posUgr 240 Lodga Notices Paris Masonic Lodge No. 27 has a called meeting Friday, March 15th. Work in FC Degree. Visitors welcome. 270 Lost And Found FOUND 2 dogs, 1 large black & white male, very affectionate. Also small Chihuahua adult. 785-7035. FOUND 6 horses on my property 45 days ago, in Novice community. 7843014, 785-2568. FOUND TAN mixed breed dog. Was hit by a car. Owner must pay vet's bill to claim. 785-8100. LOST LADY'S handbag w/passport at McCulstion Hospital Mar 12th. Call collect 405-286-3735. Reward! LOST SHETLAND Sheepdog in area of Morningside on Febuary 24th. Black, white & tan. Answers to Duke. 784-2872. LOST, SMALL white poodle In vicinity of Unity Community, FM 79. Reward for information or return, no questions. 784-2087. LOST TUESDAY, March 12th. B-B rifle on Mansfield Road In Reno. Call 784-0437. 280 Personals CHRISTIAN SINGLES, Looking for the right one? Someone to meet or lust correspond with...We have members state-wide. Reply to Box DK, Care of The Paris News. Or call 1 (817) 409-8276. PREGNANT? NEED help? (405) 326-5557. Collect calls accepted. Free confidential pregnancy testing. THE FREE Gospel Church, 1105 Pine Bluff. Prayer for the sick every Friday. 784-0575. 310 Automobiles For Sole ANTIQUE CHEVROLET, 1955. Excellent motor. See at 2055 Jackson, or call 784-4778. BUICK CENTURY 1981. 4 door, beige with vinyl top. 6 cylinder, low mileage. Extra clean. $4995. 785-6655. CADILLAC 1978, Coupe DeVille. Velour upholstery, full power, air, cruise, auto, light dimming. Consider a boat as trade. 784-0640. CAMARO, 1*11 model. Air, cruise, tilt, AM-FM cassette stereo, SSOOO. Call 7324348 or 632-4328. CAMARO BERLINETTA, 1982. Loaded «. low mileage. See at 1892 E. Polk or call 784-2316. CHEVROLET BELAIR. 1963. Automatic, 43,430 actual miles. See at 1848 Maple Avenue. CHEVROLET IMPALA, 1964. Clean, 4 door. Call after 5p.m. 784-B756. CHEVROLET CITATION, 1980. Reduced. 4 cyl, very clean, good cond, ex gas mileage, 69,000 miles & ex tires, air, ps, pb «• 1 owner. 12500. 785-6169. CHEVROLET, 196S. 4 door In good condition. Reasonably priced. 395-2468. CHEVY CELEBRITY 1984. Now have company car so no longer need still-In- warranty V-6 Celebrity wagon. Power steering, power brakes, automatic, air, cruise, roof rack, etc. 785-6288 after 6p.m. CHEVY IMPALA 1977. Extra nice, 2 door. Good motor, new transmission. Body in excellent shape. 11450. 785-3621 after 5p.m. .Special Notices- CALL CLASSIFIED ANYTIME W« fcnrttf you ta use our atta office hours message recorder to mike changes in your rtiitmed ad»ertWng or place a new 785-5538 If you didn't receive your dally newspaper call this number 785-8744 24 hear phne sendee fwciisimed ' idmtttlno, cmtomn When you need a special piece for a special place in your home, you need classified! 785-5538 310 Automobile* For Sol* CHRYSLER NEW Yorker, 1982. 5th Avenue package. Clean. 7856501. CHRYSLER NEW Yorker, 1977 model, local owner, 43,000 actual miles. Complete) y loacled.784-6916.^ CUTLASS SUPREME Brougham, 1977. Extra clean. See at 643 N.W. 3rd. DATSUN 210, 1982 model. Phone 784-4916. FORD MUSTANG II, 1978. 4 cylinder, 4 speed, air 8. clean. $1295. Call 784-0437. FORD STATION wagon, 1972. Runs and looks good! 784-5946. After 5:30 pm. LINCOLN 1»73, my personal car & It is nice. Want to trade for small tractor that will handle about 2 acs of garden. W.G. Bill Proctor, Rt. 4, Box 25A. 784-6385. MERCURY MONTEGO, 1974 4 door. Good work car, needs minor repair. New tires. $500. Call 674-6798 after 4p.m. "•' MG MIDGET, 1974. 60,000 miles. Needs some body work, $1250 or best offer. 785-7884, after 5pm. OLDS CUTLASS Supreme, 1976. AM-FM cassette, tilt steering, cruise. Good running condition. Call 785-8354 after 5p.m. OLDS CUTLASS, 1984. 2 dr, 2300 miles, like new, auto, tilt, cruise, am/fm stereo. 785-7807. OLDS CUTLASS, S.W. 1978. air, radio, heater, good cond. $1750. 785-5001. OLDS DELTA 88 Royale, 1979. Loaded with options. Must sell. 784-5601. OLDSMOBILE REGENCY 98, 1982. Immaculate condition. May be seen at 724 s.E. I9tn. OLDS TORONADO 1982. Super nice. $8250. 26,500 miles. Call Jeff 784-7446 work; 982-6501 home. PONTIAC FIREBIRD, 1984. Loaded, cassette, tilt & cruise. Must sell. 784-2400 after 3p.m. PONTIAC FORMULA 1981. Red, t-top, factory 4 sp, velour interior, new tires, Cragar megs. Good shape. $6100. See at 828 E. Price. PONTIAC FIREBIRD, 1977. 301 V8, auto, PS, pb, air, am/fm cassette 8. ex cond. 785-1117 days, 405-8739333 after 6pm. PONTIAC GRAND Prix, 1977. Runs good. S1200. 7853769. PONTIAC STATION wagon, 1980. All power, air. Good cond. Low price. See at First Federal. 784-0881. PORSCHE 911 T, 1970. Excellent running & body cond. $9200. ask for Damon at 785-8447, 784-8754. THUNDERBIRD 197S Champagne color. Needs slight cosmetic repair. Take over note. 784-3557. THUNDERBIRD '71. Good cond, clean. Runs good, needs battery. Reduced price must sell soon. 9826510. 982-6121, anytime. TRANS AM, 1981. Very nice, clean, will take trade In. S5794. Call Gary at 784 7446; or 785-4149 after 6p.m. WANTED: 1911 to '83 Old* Cutlass, diesel 4 door Sedan from original owner. Must be clean. 784-4223. Sen Your Car For Only '1.00 Per Day. Cal 785-5538 For 5 Day 5 Line '5.00 Special Jesse Thrasher & Phil's Used Cars 1959 Clrcvy Sedan $495 $195 down $20 pel week 1976 B'nck Coupe $995 $350 Down $25 pci week 1970 Chevy Sedan $495 $195 Down $25 pel week 1977 8UK> Sedan $895 $298 Down $25 pel week 1900 Chevy pickup $495 $250 Down $?5 pel week 1959 Fold (6| Pickup I Ion $495. $250 Down $25 pel week 1966 Tnid Sedan $298 $150 Down $?5 pel week 1975 Datum pickup $995 $395 Down $?5 pci week 2 qood b'ld dogs lot sale 78S-1C78 315 Automobiles For Leas* CUSTOM VAN $30 day; pickups $25 day, cars. $15. day. Auto Town. 785-8763. SUPER SAVER RENT-A-CAR AS IOW AS $ PIR DAY • N. MAIN «V CHERRY ST. 785-7449 WHY NOT LEASE? You'll never know what you save until you check with us. LOWRY CHEVROLET 1915 N. (Main 784-7*44 320 Vans CUSTOMIZED VAN, Complete package Includes front and rear air. All power includes windows, door locks. AM-FAA casette stereo, carpet 8, captain cahlrs, 350 engine, only 45, 000 miles, like new tires. 784-5084. Call 6pm till 10pm. FORD VAN U.S. conversion, 1983. 28,000 actual miles. Tilt, cruise, AM-FAn cassette, dual fuel tanks, 4 captain's chairs & couch. Extra nice. Call 785-0982 after 5:30p.m. VW CAMP Mobile, 1972. Very good cond, new paint & good gas mileage. '66 VW Beetle. 785-3527, 784-2005. Sen Your Van For Only '1.00 Per Day. CaR 785-5538 For 5 Day 5 Line '5.00 Special 325 J«H»pt And 4 Whoel DrlvaM CHEVROLET BtA7€R 1»7«. < wheel drive, auto mafic, AO.OOO miles, t!"°5. 7840437. '

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