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Th» Part* N*wt, Sun., March IT. 1M5 39 ETC ... USF&G Classic By The A»i NEW ORLEANS (AP> - xlaltd Press - Scores after two rounds in the (400,000 USF&G Golf Classic, played on the par-72, 7,080-yard course at LaKewood Country Club (Saturday's third round was washed out by rain and will not be made up. Ptay will permitting): Tony Sills Brettpper John Mahaffey GlbbyGllberl Seve Ballesteros Corey Pavin Nick Price Brad Faxon Joe Inman Jim Nelford Terry Snodgrass willieWood Kikuo Aral GeorgeArcher Frank Conner MarkLye Chi Chlftodriguez Clarence Rose LannyWadklns KenBrown JayDelslng JackNIcklaus Chris Perry Mike Reid Phil Blackrnar Steve Bowman John Cook Dave Eichelberger KefthFergus WayneGrady SandyLyle Don Pooley Jim Simons MlkeSmith Hal Sutton MarkBrooks Rex Caldwell Bilicalfee RussCochran David Frost Bob Gilder ThornasLehman David Lundstrom David Ogrin Peter Oosterhuis Jeff Sluman Leonard Thompson David Thore Richard Zokol John Adams Charles Boiling GeorgeBurns 69-74 Buddy Gardner Ken Green Donnie Hammond SkeeterHeath ton Hinkle Larry Mlnson Scott Hoch Andy Magee AllenMiller Slev^Pate vlctorRegalado LarryRinker resume Sunday, weather 66-69—135 67-68 — 135 63-73—136 65-71 — 136 68-69—137 65-72 — 137 68-69 — 137 69-66—137 66-72—138 68-70—138 67-71 — 138 66-72 138 68-70—138 69-70—139 71-68—139 68-71 — 13» 67 72 — 139 70-69—139 71-68—139 67-72—139 70-70—140 67-73—140 68-72 — 140 68-72—140 69-71—140 69-72—141 71-70—141 67-74—141 71-70—141 69-72—141 71-70 — 141 67-74—141 69-72—141 66-75—141 67-74—141 70-71 — 141 71-71 — 142 71-71 — 142 68-74—142 69-73—143 70-72—142 72-70—142 72*70—142 70-72—142 67-75—142 71-71 — 142 69-73 — 142 70-72—142 67 -75—1 42 72-70—142 70-72—142 69-73—142 72-71 — 143 69-74—143 — 143 70-73 — 143 69 74 — 143 73-70—143 71-72 — 143 69-74—143 68-75—143 71-72—143 72 71 — 143 71-72 — 143 70-73— 143 72-71—143 68-75-143 Mick Soli Dave Barr Dave Davis DavldEdwards KennyKnox RalphLandrum Mike McCullough TlmNorrls JelfSanders JoeySlndelar GregTwIggs /Failed to Qualify Brad Bryant MarkCalcavecchla Ron Commans Charles Coody BobEastwood MikeHulbert Gary Plnns MarkWIebe BillBergen Bob Boyd Jim Dent MlkeSove MlkeHolland Steven Liebler Bob Lohr Pat McGowan GeneSauers Tom Sleckmann HowardTwItty T o m m y V a 1 e n 1 1 n e MIchaelBarnblatt JeffCoston Lou Graham JeffGrygiel JodieMudd StuartSmlth J imGallagher ErnleGonzalez JeflHart SteveJones J.C. Snead Mike Sullivan DennlsTrlxler Chip Beck LennleClements GordonJohnson Robert Wrenn DaleDouglas Danny Edwards BabeHlsKey Mike Nlcolette Bill Sander Stan Stopa Tom Woodard Bobby Cole ArlhurGIIbert PhilHancock Ed Selser Bob Steadman KelthSwindell LarryZlegler Bill Bultner Hank Schiller Ivan Smith Mike Bright Bill Brltton FreddieHaas Bob Tway J acKSIocum Jay Colllate RockyThompson 72-71 — 143 73-71 — 144 72-7J— 144 70-74 — 144 71-73 — 144 71-73—144 70-74—144 70-74 — 144 71-73—144 70-74 — 144 72-72—144 72-73 — 144 72-73—145 73-72—145 74-71 — 145 72-73 — 145 72-73 — 145 69-76— -1 45 71-74—145 71-74—145 74-72 — 146 72-74—146 74-7J— 146 74-72 — 146 71-75—146 70-76—146 69-77 — 146 73-73 — 146 75-71—146 73-73—146 73-73—146 69-77—146 75-72—147 73-74—147 74-73—147 72-75—147 74-73 — 147 74-73 — 147 73-75—148 74-74 — 148 75-73—148 72-76—148 73-75—148 72-76—148 72-76—148 74-75—149 72-77 — 149 74-75 — 149 73-76 — 149 74-76—150 73-77 — 150 75-75—150 71-79—150 73-77—150 74-76 — 150 74-77 — 111 73-78 — 151 74-77—151 79-72—151 73-78—151 74-77 — 151 75-76—151 77-75—152 76-76—152 72-80—152 75-78 — 153 77-76—153 75-78 — 153 72-84—156 75-82—157 80-79—159 74-86—160 NCAA tourney By The Associated Press All Times EST East Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 At Harttord, Conn. Georgetown 68, Lehigh 43 Temple 60, Virginia Tech 57 Loyola, 111.59, lona 58 Southern Methodist 85, Old Dominion 68 Friday, March 15 At Atlanta Illinois 76, Northeastern 57 Georgia 67, Wichita St. 59 Syracuse 70, DePaul 65 Georgia Tech 65, Mercer 58 Second Round Saturday, March 16 At Hartford, Conn. Georgetown 63, Temple 46 Loyola, ill. 70, Southern Methodist 57 Sunday, March 17 At Atlanta Georgia, 22 I, vs. Illinois, 25-1, 2 p.m. Syracuse, 22-8, vs. Georgia Tech, 75-7, 4:15 p.m. Semifinals Thursday. March 91 At Providence, R.l. Georgetown, 32-2, vs. Loyola, III., 27-5 Syracuse-Georgia Tech winner vs. Georgia-Illinois winner Championship Saturday, March 23 At Providence, R.I. Semillnal winners Southeast Regional First Round Thursday, March I* At South Bend, Ind. Kansas 49, Ohio u. 38 Auburn 59, Purdue 58 North Carolina 76, Middle Tennessee 57 Notre Dame 79, Oregon St. 70 Friday, March 15 At Dayton, Ohio Navy 7B, Louisiana St. 55 Maryland 69, Miami. Ohio 68, OT Michigan 59, Fairlelgh Dickinson 55 Villanova 51, Dayton 49 Second Round Saturday, March 16 At South Bend, Ind. North Carolina 60, Notre Dame 58 Auburn 66, Kansas 64 Sunday, March 17 At Dayton, Ohio Michigan, 26 3, vs. Villanova, 20-10, 12 p.m. Maryland, 24 11, vs. Navy, 26 5, 2:15 p.m. Semifinals Friday. March 12 At Birmingham. Ala. North Carolina, 26 a. vs. Auburn, 23 11 Maryland Navy winner vs. Michigan Villanova winner Championship Sunday, March 24 At Birmingham, Ala. Semifinal winners Midwest Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 At Tulsa, Okla. Ohio St. 75, Iowa St. 64 How the fared fey The Associated Pr«si HOW th« Associated Press Top 20 college basketball teams fared Saturday: No. t, Georgetown (322) beat Temple 63 46. Thursday: vs. Loyola, in. at Providence, R.I. No. 2, Michigan (76-3) did not play. Sunday: vs. Villanova at Dayton, Ohio. No. 3, ST. John's (29-3) beat Arkansas 68-65. Friday: vs. Kentucky at Denver. No. 4, Oklahoma (30-5) beat Illinois State 75-69. Thursday: vs. Louisiana Tech at Dallas. No. 5, Memphis State (78-3) did not play. Sunday: vs. Alabama-Birmingham at Houston. NO. 6, Georgia Tech (35 ?) did not play. Sunday: vs. Syracuse at Atlanta. NO. 7, North Carolina (268) beat Notre Dame 60 58. Friday: vs. Auburn at Birmingham, Ala. No. 8, Louisiana Tech {79-2) beat Ohio State 79-67. Thursday: vs. Oklahoma at Dallas. No. 9, Nevada-Las Vegas (28-4) lost to Kentucky O«-oi. No. 10. Ouke (23-7) did no) play. Sunday: vv Boiton College at Houston. No. U. Virginia Commonwealth 126 5> did not play. Sunday: vs. Alabama at Albuquerque, N.M. No. 13, Illinois (2S-8) did not play. Sunday: v>. Georgia at Atlanta. No. 13, Kansas (J«-8) lost to Auburn »»-«4. No. 14. Loyola, Illinois (27-5) beat Southern Methodist 70-57. Thursday: vs. Georgetown at Providence. R.I. No. 15, Syracuse <22S) did not play. Sunday: vs. Georgia Tech at Atlanta. No. 16, North Carolina State 121-9) did not play. Sunday: vs. Texas-El Paso at Albuquerque, N.M. No. 17, Texas Tech (23-8) did not play. No. 18, Tulsa (23-8) did not play. No. 19, Georgia (22 8) did not play. Sunday: vs. Illinois at Atlanta. No. 20, Louisiana State (19-10) did not play. Exhibition baseball By The Associated Press Exhibition Season AMERICAN LEAGUE W 1 P T B C D C C K O B S M M N 0 a 1 e h a a a 0 e 1 e r o n t o 1 t i m o r e e v e 1 a n d t r o i t I c a g o 1 1 f 0 r n i a n s a s C 1 t y k 1 a n d s t o n a t t 1 e 1 w a u k e e n n e s o t a w Y o r k 8 0 1 6 2 5 2 6 3 7 4 2 2 4 4 3 3 4 S 2 3 . 3 5 3 6 2 5 2 6 . c . 0 . 7 . 7 6 6 . 5 . 5 S 4 4 . 3 . 3 2 2 | 0 0 5 0 1 4 6 7 3 6 0 0 0 0 0 0 4 4 0 0 7 5 3 3 8 6 5 0 Saturday's Games St. Louis 2. New York Mets 0 Kansas City 4, Pittsburgh 3 Cincinnati 5. Minnesota 2 Toronto 8, Philadelphia 3 Boston 5, Detroit 0 New York Yankees 6, Chicago White Sox 3 Baltimore 14, Texas 1 Los Anoeles 4, Houston 1 Atlanta 5. Montreal 1 San Diego 7, California 1 Cleveland 6, San Francisco 3 Chicago Cubs 5, Milwaukee 1 Oakland 2, Seattle 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE C C M L S A P N S H P S i h o a t h e t 0 I n c i i c n t n F 1 a i 1 a w Y . L u s t t s n n a t i ago real r a n c i s c o n t a d e 1 p h i a o r k 0 u i S ton burgh s 5 5 4 4 2 2 1 3 1 1 2 3 3 3 3 5 3 4 1 7 3 4 . 7 6 . 6 . 5 4 . 4 3 . 3 . 3 . 2 2 1 2 2 7 7 4 0 3 3 0 J 0 4 5 5 1 4 0 3 3 0 0 0 Oaklawn entries Louisiana Tech 78, Pittsburgh 54 Oklahoma 96, North Carolina A8.T 83 Illinois St. 58, Southern California 55 Friday, March 15 At Houston Memphis St. 67, Pennsylvania 55 Alabama-Birmingham 70, Michigan St. 68 Boston College 55, Texas Tech 53 Duke 75, Pepperdinc 62 Second Round Saturday. March 14 At Tulsa, OKIa. Louisiana Tech 79, Ohio St. 67 Oklahoma 75, Illinois St. 69 Sunday, March 17 At Houston Ala.-Birmingham. 25-8, vs. Memphis St., 28-3, 2:11 p.m. Boston College, 19-10, vs. Duke, 23-7, 4:41 p.m. Semifinals Thursday, March 21 At Dallas Louisiana- Tech, 29-2, vs. Oklahoma, 30-5 Boston Coll.-Duke winner vs. Ala.-Blrmlnghanv Memphis St. winner Championship Saturday. March 21 Semifinal winners Weil Regional First Round Thursday, March 14 At Salt Lake City. Utah St. John's 83, Southern u. 59 Arkansas 63, Iowa 54 Nevada Las Vegas 85, San Diego St. 80 Kentucky M, Washington 58 Friday, March IS At Albuquerque. N.M. North Carolina St. 65. Nevada Reno 56 Texas-El Paw 79, Tulsa 75 Virginia Commonwealth 81, Marshall 65 Alabama 50, Arizona 41 Second Round Saturday, March It At Salt Lake City, Utah St. John's 68, Arkansas 65 Kentucky 64, Nev.-Las Vegas 61 Sunday, March 17 At Albuquerque, N.M. Alabama, 229, vs. Va. Commonwealth, 26-5, 4:15 p.m. Texas-El Paso, 22-9, vs. North Carolina St.. 21-9.6:45 p.m. Semifinals Friday, March 12 At Denver St. John's. 29-3, vs. Kentucky, 18-12 Texas-El Paso-N. Carolina St. winner vs. Alabama- VCU winner Championship Sunday, March 24 At Denver Semifinal winners Tlw Final Four At Lexington, Ky. Semifinal! Saturday, March 30qc East Champion vs. West Champion Southeast Champion vs. Midwest Champion Championship Monday, April 1 Semifinal winners Oaklawn results By The Associated Prtst FIRST — Purse $7,000, Clm.35,000-30,000. Mdn., 3 & 4 Yo's, 1 Ml 116 1. Preward (Snyder) 112 2. Sid's Royal (Engle) 112 3. Cowboy Mystique (Sorrows) 108 4. Restless Kingdom (no boy) 112 5. native Legion (Howard) 120 6. Secret Venture (no boy) 120 7. Tudera (Berry) 108 8. Sassy Me Sassy You (Borden) 112 9. Last Moment (Day) 107 10. Marine Bay (Court) 108 11. Pop The Top (O'Neill) 108 12. Bo Bator (Fortner) 108 Also Eligible 1. What A Decision (Howard) 115 2. Golden Mayne (Hoverson) 112 3. Boomers Honor (Jones) 112 4. Astro Flake (Day) 120 SECOND — Purse 15,500, Clm.7,500, Fillies, 3 & 4 Yo's, 6 furlongs I. No Hot water (Day) 109 ' 2. Kissy Two (no boy) 124 3. Georgellen (Smith) 116 4. Sweet N Joyful (no boy) 119 5. Bettys Fantasy (no boy) 121 6. Peerless Princess (Mueller) 109 7. Whirlwind Romance (Howard) 124 8. Crimson Line (Howard) 124 9. Jodie E. Von (no boy) 107 10. Tanna Hill (Smith) 121 II. Colorado Rosie (O'Neill) 119 12. Bidding High (McKnight) 109 Also Eligible 1. Asleepat Theswitch (Smith) 107 2. Colonel's Figure (Griffin) 114 3. Pretty Cheyann (Whlted) 124 4. Sanderella (Jones) 121 THIRD — Purse 17,500, Clm.10,000, Fillies, 3 Yo's, 6 furlongs 1. Boston Bouquet (Croker) 107 2. Lady Lawton (Lively) 115 3. Racy Rosemary (Knapp) 112 4. Lll's Kilday (Hoverson) 112 5. Rejection (Borden) 112 6. Government Check (Valovlch) 112 7. Praise Be (Lively) 112 8. Genuine Circle (Moore) 112 9. Miss Liby (no boy) 112 10. It's Coalle (Doocy) 118 n. Me N'My spirit (Hoverson) 107 12. Gal's Gal (Court) 115 Also Eligible 1. Annolero (Lively) 115 2. Carmen's Song (Lively) 107 3. Fleet Luci (Howard) 112 4. Smooth Cider (Howard) 118 FOURTH — Purse 55,500, Clm7,500, Fillies, 3 & 4 YO'S, 1 Mi 116 1. Sendmesomeroses (Higntower) 104 2. Tout A Scout (Blackstun) 111 3. Old Treasure (no boy) 124 4. Caddo Jan (Moore) 114 5. Hold The Relish (Smith) 109 6. Today Pleasure (Clark) 121 7. Star Choregrapher (murphy) 99 8. Grandpa's Jessie (Day) 124 9. La Almee (Hightower) 119 10. Chirica Ed (Cordova) 114 11. Split The Air (Court) 114 FIFTH — Purse $7,000. Clm.35,000-30,000, Mdn., 3 & 4 Yo's, 6 furlongs 1. Take One Tote (Pettinser) 112 2. Fun At The Races (Hoverson) 120 3. Special hawk (no boy) 112 4. smart Whistle (Fortner) 103 5. Erics Chance (Sorrows) 120 6. Nostram Fame (Maple) 120 7. This Paul (no boy) 108 8. Buff Dancer (Higntower) 112 9. speed The Light (Maple) 108 10. River City Johnny (Doocy) 108 11. Ye Sunny Boy (Clark) 112 12. Hot Angle (Whlted) 112 Also Eligible 1. Like You And Yours (Howard) 108 2. Southern Clem (Cordova) 108 3. Streaken Kat (Borden) 120 4. Dynastic Drive (Mueller) 120 SIXTH — Purse (7,500, Clm.10,000-9,000, F&M, 4 YO'sS, Up, 1 Mi 116 1. Western Whirlwind (no boy) 116 2. Pretty Niche (Court) 116 3. My Jane Ellen (Smith) 111 4. Rhonda's Rainbow (Engle) 116 5. Brumidl Miss (Mueller) 116 6. Caroline's Belle (Lively) 116 7. Canadian Alibi (Howard) 116 8. Gold's Going up (no boy) 116 9. Sunny Search (Murphy) 109 SEVENTH — Purse 57,500, Clm. 10,000, 4 YO'S 8, Up, 6 furlongs 1. Favius (Doocy) 112 2. Mark Ten (Cordova) 112 3. Coming Of Age (Howard) 112 4. Glenda's Surprise (Borden) 112 5. RIoLobo (Court) 112 6. Professor Vis (Holland) 112 7. First Away (Hightower) 112 8. Stephanasian (Howard) 112 9. Rang Of fire (Borden) 112 10. Twicn A Lighting IValovlch) 112 11. Zorb (Cordova) 112 12. Giovanni (Clark) 112 Also Eligible 1. Barett (no boy) 112 2. CirLobo (Peltinger) 112 3. Lucky L.B. (Day) 112 4. When In Doubt (Lively) 118 EIGHTH — Purse 513,500, clm.50,000-40,000, 4 Yo's & Up, One Mile 1. Masterlgl Force (Howard) 107 2. Vicki's Chief (Day) 116 3. Neutral Player (McKnight) 111 4. Hopeful High (Nicks) 106 5. Kenala (Lively) 116 6. Royal Dan (Snyder) 112 7. Incense (Smith) 111 8. concierge (McKnight) 114 9. Mark A Bid (Whited) 114 10. Barbery (Howard) 116 11. Shamrock McGroeder (Snyder) 116 12. Sway (Day) 112 NINTH — Purse (14,000, Allow., Fillies, 3 & -I Yo's, 6 furlongs The Sissy's Time 1. Tricolor Salute (O'Neill) 121 2. Cedar Key (Day) 107 3. Lady Rounder (Cordova) 107 4. Fleur de L'orne (no boy) 112 5. Inflation's Wendy (Doocy) 109 6. Jill's Jenee (Holland) 112 7. Pretty Exciting (Foster) 109 8. Lil Midnight Jayne (Maple) 109 9. Say Please (Patterson) 112 10. My Marlsa (Blackstun) 104 11. Princess Denmark (Pettlnger) 121 12. Stark Elegance (no boy) 109 Also Eligible 1. Office Romance (Koyle) 121 2. Sly Hope (Snyder) 119 TENTH — Purse $11,000, Clm.17,500-15,000, 4 Yo's & Up, 1 Mi 116 1. Jasic (Snyder) 117 2. Lipan Magic (Hightower) 114 3. Union Grove (Day) 117 4. Bond Jumper (Doocy} 117 5. Literatim (Smith) 119 6. Nela (Whited) 121 7. Alias Jake (Howard) 116 B. Fancy Star (Koyle) 112 9. Garabaldi (Court) 117 10. El Conquistador (Patterson) 117 By The Associated Press Weather Clear. Track Fast. lst-12,000, el, JYO. 11-leml. Arctic Hymn (Snyder) 9.60 5.60 3.40 Gold Shipment (Delahoussaye) 7.60 4.80 El Sardino (Whlted) 3.00 Off 1:16. Time 1:461-5. Scratched—Mr. Kelly, Pistolero. 2nd—7,000, cl, 4YO up, 61. Dlscobolos (Mueller) 31.6019.8011.60 Lucky Angel (Woods) 6.00 4.00 Pensar (Doocy) 4.80 Off 1:46. Time 1:112-5. Scratched— Raise An Arc, Traveling Alone, Lime Royale. Daily Double, (3-8) paid (295.00. 3rd—6,000, cl, mdn 3&4YO, 61. Cuca's Lady (Howard) 6.20 3.80 3.00 Hawks Lucky Lady (Whlted) 5.20 3.8 Hurri Queenie (.Cordova) 6.60 Off 2:18. Time 1:13 1-5. Scratched—Bee Better Run, Janes Silver, Little Miss Lucky, Whites Landing. 4th—IJ,OOC, cl, 4YO up, 61. Miss Alice (Hickey) 9.80 4.30 3.40 Belle Of The Road (Doocy) 3.40 3.00 Carlniel (Clark) 7.80 Off 2:48. Time 1:113-5. Scratched—Sugar Streak, Will Be A Rough'n. 5th—12,000, mdn 3&4Yo, 1ml. Miss magnum P.I. (Pettinger) 12.60 6.60 3.20 Gooseankle (Smith) 6.20 3.20 My Cache (uoocy) 2.40 Off 3:16. Time 1:38 1-5. 6th—13,MO, cl, 4YO up, 6f. Bunny Pack (Borden) 9.00 4.20 3.00 Pitchit (Melancon) 3.40 2.60 McShane (Jones) 3.20 Off 3:47. Time 1:104-5. Scratched—Cossatot. 7th—16,000, ale, 4YO up, lml.70yds. a-Vornorco (Whlted) 6.20 3.20 2.60 Bold Greek (Snyder) 3.00 2.60 Diplomatic Texan (Valovlch) 5.60 Off 4:17. Time 1:413-5. a-Coupled. tttl—14,000, ale, 3&4YO, 61. Advice (Jones) 6.00 4.60 3.60 Tee Rlizle (Howard) 34 40 13.00 Colonel Everett (Snyder) 4.20 Off 4:49. Time 1:10. Scratched—Dudgemona, Richport, Spikes Doc, Bo Doyle. •m—50,000 added, 4YO up, lm!.70yds. The Eutx star Choice (McKnight) 3.60 3.40 3.00 Plaza Star (Doocy) 5.60 4.40 Shamtastic (Pettlnger) 4.40 Off 5:24. Time 1:403-5. 10th—9,000, cl, 4YO up, 11-tmil. Robinette (Patterson) 5.80 3.80 3.20 Happy Jim (Doocy) 4.00 3.00 Martini Thoughts (Smith) 4.80 Off 5:58. Time 1:452-5. scratched—whipped cream. Attendance 55,268. Handle $4,474,160. LPGA Kemper Open Barb Lauri Alice Pattl Alice Vicki By The Associated Press KAANAPALI, Hawaii (API — Saturday's third- round scores In the $300,000 LPGA Kemper Open golf tournament, played on the 6,182 yard, par 73 Royal Kaanapali North course: 71-69-72—212 68-70-75—213 69-72-76—217 73-73-72— 21« 75-73-70—218 72-72-74—218 74-73-71—218 75-75-69—219 73-72-75—220 74-74-73—221 76-73-72—221 68-77-76—221 74 74-73—221 76-71-74—221 71-76-74—221 78-71-72—221 73-72-76—221 74-70-78—222 76 72 74—222 75-75-72—222 75-75-72—222 77-73-72—222 73-74-75—222 73-74-75—222 77-74-72—223 76-75-72—223 76-72 75—223 72 76-75—223 Jane Blalock Pat Bradley Patty Sheehan Thomas Peterson Miller Rizzo Ritzman Alvarez Judy Clark Kathy Whitworth Jane Crafter Kathy Postlewait Jeannette Kohlhaas Pat Meyers Betsy King Cathy Morse Donna White Donna Caponi Dot Germain Beth Daniel Susie Berning Mtssie McGeorge Amy Alcott Cathy Reynolds-Derouaux Jan Stephenson Debbie Massey Deedee Lasker Mindy Moore 77-74-72- Jo Ann Washam 73-76-74- Lenore Muraoka 78-73-72- Muffin Spencer-Devlin 73-74-76- Lori Garbacz 71-73-79- Dianne Dalley 71-73-79- Cathy Kratzert 76-71-77- JoAnne earner 73-75-76- Sandra Spuzlch 76-73-75- Dawn Cot 72-73-79- Hollis Stacy 75-73-76- Cindy Figg 75-73-76- Janet Coles 75-76-73- Vicki Singleton 73-77-74- Mary Beth Zimmerman 78-71-76- Marty Dlckerson 75-74-76- Laurie Rinker 74-76-75- Mitz! Edge 78-73-75- Cindy Flom 76-75-75- Laurie Blair 76-73-77- Dale Eggellng 76-74-77- oebbie Meisterlin 74-70-83- LeAnn Cassaday 76-73-79- Atsuko Hikage 74-74-80- Cathy Marino 75-76-77- Becky Pearson 74-77-77- Lynn Stroney 77-74-78- Debbie Hall 75-76-78- Penny Pulz 77-72-80- Kellli Rinker 76-74-81- Joanne PaciKo 72-78-82- Margaret Ward t 77-74-81- -223 -223 -223 -223 -223 -223 -224 -224 -224 -224 -224 -224 -224 -224 •225 -225 •225 •226 •226 •226 227 -227 -228 -228 -22! -221 •229 •22» 229 -231 •232 232 NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division x • B o s t o n x - P h i 1 a d e w a s h i n g t o New Jerse New York x • M 1 1 w a u k Detroit Chicago Atlanta Cleveland Indiana WES Denver Houston Dallas San A n to n 1 Utah Kansas c i Phoenix Portland W L P c 5314 1 P h 1 a 51 16 n 3433. y 3334. 2345 . Central Division e e 4619 3629 . 3235 . 2640 2640 . 2947 . TERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division • ' - -42-24 3927 3829 . 0 3335.. 3235 . t y 2443. Pacific Division 3136 . 3136 . t . G B .791 — .761 2 507 19 48520 338 3 0 '/> .70855410 478 15 394 2 0 Vi 394 30V, 29927 •. an 6 — .591 3 567 4 V4 185 10 478 1 0 'A 358 1 8 '/j 463 1 7 >/j 463 1 7 Vj Seattle 2739 .40921 L.A. Clippers 23 44 .343 2 5 '* Golden State .648 .27330 x-clinched playoff berth. V clinched division title Late Games Not Included Saturday's Games New York 1)6. Indiana 114 Philadelphia 127, New Jersey 107 Cleveland at Dallas, (n) Phoenix at Milwaukee, (n) L.A. Lakers at L.A. Clippers, (n) Atlanta at Seattle, (n) Sunday's Garnet Houston at Btttlon " Indians at New Jersey Utah at Kansas City Milwaukee at Chicago Denver at San Antonio Golden Slate at L.A. Clippers Atlanta at Portland Detroit at Seattle Monday's Garn«l Dallas at Denver Golden Slate at Utah Detroit at L.A. Clippers I I I I I I I • I I I I I I AUCTION SALE i FRIDAY' IMARCHI9. 1985 ABSOLUTE AUCTION FARM * TRACTORS * EQUIPMENT IRRIGATION SYSTEM AUCTION CONDUCTED FOR REPUBLICBANK N.A. FORECLOSURE ON MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT BELONGING TO RICH BROCK TRACTORS Sleiger Tiger Model 450. 4 WD Dual Tiros Front ond Back, Low Hour Machine. LIKE NEW SALE SITE: TOWERS TRUCK LOT, 3074 NORTH MAIN PARIS, TEXAS 75460 MF Model 1155 W/Dual Rear Tires. Excellent Shape. B Farmall IH 656. Reody to Work! BACK HOE LOADER Case Model 480C W/Fronl End Loader, extra Clean No. 225 Poclaim Crawler Backhoe IRRIGATION EQUIPMENT Long System. Model 1578. W/V8 Perking Diesel. 12" Beckley Pump. Used Very Little. EQUIPMENT AND TOOLS 60" Century Land Plane W/3-20' Moleboard Blades Hydraulic Controlled; 800 Bushel Grain Carl: Great Plains Folding Drill Model 30 W/3 10" Sections: Brillion 12 Row Cultivator, Kraus Model 2136 Tandem Offset 3S' Disk. 1000 Gal. Spray Rig. and More. I I I AUOLUTE.TBUM: CASH. ING PAYMENT OF CHECKS GIVEN TO BLAKE MOORE ASSOCIATES. THIS SALE. POSITIVELY NO MINIMUMS NO RESERVATIONS NO P.O.'S S*J« Arranged »nd Conducted by: BLAKE MOORE ASSOCIATES AUCTIONEERS TXS-016-0058 Paris, T«M 75460 | P.O. Box 777 OUR SERVICE DOES NOT COST, IT PAYS 214-7«4)-2«1S USFL Memphis Tampa Bay Birmingham New Jersey JacksonvlMe Baltimore Orlando By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pet, 300 3 1 0 2 I 0 2 1 0 I 2 0 0 2 1 030 1.000 .750 .667 .667 333 .167 .000 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 300 l.ooo Denver 2 1 0 .667 Arilona 220 .500 Oakland 1 1 1 .500 Portland 1 2 0 .333 San Antonio Los Angeles .333 .000 PF PA 65 36 117 88 95 78 91 72 57 79 SO 60 27 97 126 68 79 71 77 67 55 69 38 48 37 65 Late Games Not Included Saturday's Games Tampa Bay 23, Arizona 13 San Antonio at Los Angeles, (n) Orlando at Portland, In) Sunday's Games Memphis at Birmingham New Jersey at Baltimore Jacksonville at Oakland Monday's Game Denver at Houston Thursday, March 21 Orlando at Jacksonville Saturday, March :3 Los Angeles at Arizona Sunday, March 14 Birmingham at Baltimore Oakland at Memphis Portland at Houston Tampa Bay at New Jersey Monday, March 95 San Antonio at Denver WAL-MART Fishing Contest s Last day to enter this weeks contest is f Saturday 9 P.M. SR. DIVISION winners for Last week NHL ay The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L T Pts GF GA x Philadelphia 42 19 7 tl 796 51S x Washington 40 20 9 89 281 208 x- NY Islanders 3« 28 5 NY Rangers Pittsburgh New Jersey x-Montreal x- Buff a lo x Quebec Boston Harttord 77 308 268 22 37 10 54 258 304 23 40 5 51 240 327 20 40 9 49 233 293 Adams Division 34 24 11 79 263 231 32 22 14 78 252 202 34 26 9 77 285 245 32'29 8 72 262 241 31 38 9 51 231 393 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Nl X - St . Louis x • C h i c 0 go Detroit Minnesota Toronto Srr xEdmonton x w i nn i peg x - Ca Igary X-LOS Angeles Vancouver HTi> Dl 33 33 23 22 17 lyttie Di <S 3S 36 30 22 vlllo 24 33 37 37 45 ivisil U 27 26 26 40 n 1 1 5 11 11 7 in 9 7 8 13 8 77 71 55 55 41 99 83 80 73 52 263 273 369 234 214 348 318 322 298 249 344 271 318 381 299 349 302 270 282 358 NOTE: Spmtqwd tames count In standings Transactions By Th« Anecl«t«d Pr«i SASEBALL Am*rlein LMffvc CHICAGO WHITE SOX—Rwcfwd an with Oscar Gamble, outfielder, on a one-year contract. National Le*ffv* ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Slon*d Joaquin Andu|ar, pitcher, to a tnreeyear contract. COLLEGE SOUTH CAROLINA—Gxttrvtetf W* contract of Joe Morrison, head football coach, throuofrt *W. x clinched playoff berth Late Games Not Included Saturday's Garnet Calgary S, Boston 3 Pittsburgh 5, N.Y. Rangers 0 Washington at N.Y. islander*, (n) Hartford at St. Louiv (n) Minnesota at Montreal, fro Philadelphia at Toronto, <n) Detroit at LM Angeles, <n) Sunday's Games N.Y. 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