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Sports WEDNESDAY, July 13, 1994, Longview News-Journal 2B NL standings Cowboys sked By The Associated Press tut Dimmi ' t$si Montreal -S. Atlanta -'-'.". ;.PhiM8iphia : . Ronoa : . NewYoft Central Dnrfnon . Cincinnati Houston vf f'.f St. Louis '' ' Pittsburgh r, .'" '! Chicago .i'';.: WmI Division W I M. 54 - 33 v.621 33 47 47 47 52 41 41 40 Mi 1 .466 13' .466 13! .460 14 . W I 52 35 50 38 42 42 41 45 36 50 W I 46 42 Pet .523 - -.467 5 .436' .'. J .393 11 LosAnoeles Colorado , 42 46 SanFrannsco 39 50 SanDieqo 35 54 Sunday Games - ' St. Louis 6, Atlanta 1 .. Pittsburgh 7, Cincinnati 6, 11 imnoj New York 5, Los Angeles 1 . :" ,: Montreal I. San Diego 2 San Francsco 2, Philadelphia 1, 10 innings Florida 6, Colorado 4 ,; Houston 5, Chicago 3 Monday's Same No games scheduled Tuesday's Qamts All Star game, (n) -Wsdneiday's Games No games scheduled ,- ,. . . .Thursday's Games - - San Francisco at Montreal, 6:35 p.m. ' Los Angeles at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Houston- at Pittsburgh, 6:35 p.m.. . Chicago al Cincinnati, 6:35 p.m. San Dieoo at New York, 6:40 p.m. "Florida at Atlanta: 6:40 p.m. St. Louis at Colorado, 8:05 p.m. At standings By The Associated Press East Division W L - Pel GB New York , 50 35 .588 ; " Baltimore 50 36 .581 Boston ; 42 44 .488 Stt " , ' Detroit ' 40 47 .460 11 Toronto 36 48 .442 1214 - Central Dhrisioa W L Pet GB ' ' Cleveland 51 33 .607 - Chicago 52 34 i05 - . KansasCrty 45 42 ,517 Vk Minnesota - 42 " 44 .488 10 Milwaukee 39 48 .448 13' West Division W t Pet 08 Texas. 42 45 .483 Oakland 39 48 .448 3 California 38 51 .427 5. Seattle 37 50 .425 5 Salurday'a GamM Seattle 7, Boston 4 ' Texas 10, Detroit 4 Toronto 9, Kansas City 4 Caiilomia 10, New York 5 Baltimore 8, Oakland 7 Chicago 11, Milwaukee 7 Cleveland 4, Minnesota 3 Sunday's Games Boston $, Seattle 2 Toronto 7, Kansas City 3 Detroit 6, Texas 5 California 9, New York 6 ' Oakland 5, Baltimore 4 Chicago 7, Milwaukee 2 Cleveland , Minnesota 1 . Monday's Games ) No games scheduled h Tuesday's Games AH-Star game, (n) . Wednesdays Games t No games scheduled 1 Thursday's Games 4 Cleveland at Chicago, 7:05 p.m. i Milwaukee at Minnesota, 7:05 p.m. Detroit at Kansas City, 7X15 p.m. Toronto at Texas, 7:35 p.m. t ; Boston at Oakland, 8:15 p.m. t Baltimore at California, 9:05 p.m. ' New York at Seattle, 9:05 p.m. ' Transactions KtVtNG, Texas - The Dallas &boys .: 1994 playing schedule, all kickoff ames central, eg home games uppercase: r PRESEASON GAMES Sua, July 31, MINNESOTA. 8 p.m. i , Sun., Aug. 7. LA. RAIDERS, 4 p.m. Mon., Aug. 15, Houston at Mexico City, 7 p.m. . : Sun.. Aim. 21. DENVER. 7 Dm ' aw GB thur. Aug. 25, at New Orleans, 1 p.m. 598 . : REGULAR SEASON GAMES 568 2t Sun. Sept. 4, at Pittsburgh, 3 pm. '500 I'i Sun., Sept. 11 HOUSTON, 3 p.m. . 477 HJV4 Mon., Sept 19, DETROIT, 8 p.m. 419 15 - Sun., Sept. 25 open date Sun, Oct. 2, at Washington, noon - Q Sun., Oct 9, AHIZUNA, 3 p.m. . Sun, Oct. 16, PHILADELPHIA, 3 p.m. Sun., Oct. 23, -at Arizona, 3 p.m. Sun, Od 30, at Cincinnati, noon -"' : Mon, Nov. 7, NEW YORK GIANTS, 8 p.m. . Sun, Nov. 13, at San Francisco 3 p.m. ' Sun, Nov. 20, WASHINGTON, noon : Thus., Nov. 24 GREEN BAY, 3 p.m. ' Sun, Dec. 4, at Philadelphia, noon . : Sat, Dec. 10, CLEVELAND, 3 pm. Mon, Dec. 19, at New Orleans, 8 p.m. , Sat, Dec. 24, at New York Giants, noon . NR. Playoff Schedule First-round playoffs, Dee: 31-Jan, 1 " srrjiviskjnal playoffs, Jan. 7-8 .. Conference championships, -Jan. 15 . , Super Bowl (Miami, Fla), Jan. 29 Pro Bowl (Honolulu, Hawaii), Feb. 5 : Oilers sked HOUSTON -. The Houston Oilers 1994 playing schedule, al kickoff times central, home games uppercase: 'v : PRESEASON GAMES (no bmes siraiable) Sun," July 31, at Kansas City " Sat, Aug. 6, San Diego at San Antonio : Mon, Aug. 15, Dallas at Mexico City Sat, Aug. 20, Buffalo at San Antonio ' Sat, Aug. 27, LOS ANGELES RAIDERS - REGULAR SEASON GAMES Sun, Sept. 4, at Indianapolis, noon : Sun, Sept. 11, at Dallas, 3 p.m. - Mon, Sept. 19, BUFFALO, noon - ,';. . Sun, Sept. 25, CINCINNATI, 3 pm. '; ' Mon, Oct. 3, at Pittsburgh, 8 p.m. Sun, Oct. 9, open week Thun, Oct. 13, CLEVELAND, 7 pm . Mon, Oct. 24, at Philadelphia, 8 pm v Sun, Oct 30, at Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Sun, Nov. 6, PITTSBURGH, noon . Sun, Nov. 13, at Cincinnati, noon Mon, Nov. 21, NEW YORK GIANTS, 8 p.m Sun, Nov. 27, at Cleveland, noon . Sun, Dec. 4, ARIZONA, 3 p.m. Sun, Dec. 11, SEATTLE, 3 pm Sun, Dec. 18, at Kansas City, 3 p.m. Sat, Dec. 24, NEW YORK JETS, 3 p.m. NFL Playoff Schedule First-round playoffs, Dec. 31-Jan. 1 Divisional playoffs, Jan. 7-8 Conference championships, Jan. 15 Super Bowl (Miami, Fla.L Jan. 29 Pro Bowl (Honolulu, Hawaii), Feb. 5 Sportlight By The Associated Press July 13 . : 1881 - William Renshaw set the record lor the shortest men's championship match by time and games, beating John Hartley 6-0, 6-1, -6-1 in 37 minutes at Wimbledon. . 1941 - Vic Ghezzf won the PGA tournament, 1-up fn 38 holes over Byron Nelson 1971 - Reggie Jackson hit a mammoth home run off the power generator on the right-field roof at Detroit's Tiger Stadium to highlight a barrage of six home runs - three by each team - as the American League beat the National League 6-4 in the AH-Star game. 1972 - The Baltimore Colts and Los Angeles Rams traded owners in a first for major professional sports. The players and coaches were not affected. Robert kiay bought the Rams stock for S19 million and swapped that franchise lor the Colts with -Carroll RosenWoom, the Baltimore owner. 1980 Amy Alcott had a record score of : 280 in winning the U.S. Women's Open got! tournament by nine strokes over Hollis Stacy. By The Associated Frees BASEBALL American league - NEW YORK YANKEES Sighed Brian Buckanan, outfielder, and assigned him to Oneonta of the New York-Perm League. -National League SAN DIEGO PADRES Recalled Ray McDavid, outfielder, from Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League. BASKETBALL National Basketbal Association MILWAUKEE BUCKS Announced Voshon Lenard, guard, is returning to Minnesota lor his 8GfltOT yoflii ORLANDO MAGIC-Walved Deron Hayes,, forward, and DereH Washington, guard. PORTLAND TRAIL BLAZERS Named Bob Whrtsrtt general manager. Continental Basketbal League ROCKFORD LIGHTNING Released Dick Stanton, guard. FOOTBALL NitMntri FooKmH Ltttjw NFL PROPERTIES Named Sara Levinson president. - BUFFALO BILLS Signed Anthony Abrams, defensive tackle; Ftoiel Johnson, defensive back; and Sam Rogers, linebacker. CHICAGO BEARS-Claimed Tyrone Williams, wide receiver, off waivers from the Dallas Cowboys. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS-Sigred Damon Watts and Leonard Humphries, delensfve tacks. ' KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Acquired William White, safety, from the Detroit Lions for conditional draft choice. MINNESOTA VIKINGS Agreed to terms with Frank Cornish, center, on I one-year S," contract - NEW YORK JETS-Agreed to terms with Rob Moore, wide receiver, on a one-year contract Agreed to terms with Horace Morns, linebacker. HOCKEY National Hockey league ANAHEIM MIGHTY DUCKS-Acqulred Robert Dirk, defenseman, from the Chicago Blackhawks for a 1995 fourth-round draft pick. FLORIDA PANTHERS Signed Randy MoHer, defenseman. Internetienel Hockey league DETROIT VIPERS-Signed Dean Hutetl right wkiCL college; ATLANTIC 10 CONFERENCE-Named lit , .' s t t Tina Paternostro, Athene, Gil, MardiLunn, Australia, LiaBieM, Keokuk, Iowa, -Jane Egan, Sioux Falls, S.D, I iirtana namiMfHitl TawftrM Fll seniors leaders h.. PONTE VEDRA, Fla. - Leading money winners on the Senior PGA Tour through the i; Sj . 1 r. e 9 V k . 1. Lee Trevtno 2. RayFkvd 3. Dave Stockton' 4. JrmAlbus 5. Jm Colbert : 6. Tom Wargo 7. BobMurphy t Jim Dent 9. George Archer 10. Rocky Thompson 11. Mike Hill 12. Larry Gilbert 13. Simon Hobday 14. Bob Charles 15. Graham Marsh 16. J.C.Snead - 17. KermitZarley ' IB.CWChiFtodnguaz 19. Dale Douglass 20. Jimmy Powel 21. JaySigel 22. Gibby Gilbert 23. Jack Nidilau , 24. Tommy Aaron 25. Gary Player - , 26. fsaoAokl 27. JackKiefer 28. Dewitt Weaver 29. Walter Zembriski - 30. Jerry McGee 31. Tom Shaw 32. Charles Coody 33. Tommy Aycock 34. TomWelskopf 35. Terry M 38. Orvie Moody ' 37. Larry Ziegler 38. ftchard Rhyan 39. Larry Laoretti 40.0ickGoetz 41. Butch Baird 42. Gay Brewer 43. Ben Smith 44. Harold Henning 45. Don January 46. JknFerrea - 47. Calvin Peete 48. Dick Hendnckson 49. OonBies 50. Rives Mcbes Tm 1 Moot 16 $992,536 12 $813,144 16 $764,855 18 $619,841 18 $585,853 20 $580,100 17 $539,131 18 $517,616 16 $431,185 18 $407,344 16 $398,437 18 $379,596 18 $355,596 16 $351,877 14 $319,908 18 $315,367 16 $314,672 16 $307,562 17 $305,613 18 $294,382 14 $283,416 17 $274,693 6 $234,484 . 17 $217,757 14 $206,280 - 10 $204,871 19 $197,562 17 $188,905 18 $170,173 15 $164,623 16 $161,181 18 $148,469 19 $140,908 I $134,651 18 $130,926 18 $129,793 16 $127,415 17 $114,790 18 $109,821 17 $105,115 15: $96,744 16 $86,777 19 $66,700 14 $64,797 14 $82,917 12 $81,392 13 $79,215 17 $79,159 M $77,093 17 $75,779 3. Gianluca Bartotoni, Italy, Mapei, 4:37. 4. Armand Da las Cuevas, France, Castorama, 4:40 5. Thierry Marie, France, Castorama, 5 31. I Thomnas Davy, France, Castorama, 6:04. 7. Chris Boardman, Britain, GAN, IM. - I Sean Yates, Britain, Motorola, 6:30. . 9. Abraham Olano, Spain, Mapei, 631. 10. Lance Armstrong, Austm, Texas, Motorola,. 6:35. . 11. Biame Rts, Denmark, Gewiss, 6:40. 12. DamoMine Abdoutaparov, Uzbekistan, Potli, 6:45 : 13. Johan Museeuw, Belgium, GB-MG, 646. : ; 14. Ravk) Vanzefla, Italy, GB-MG, 6:59. ' 15. Piolr Urgrumov, Latvia, Gewiss, 7:08. Clfier Motoroh lodere - 31. Anoreu, 11112. . . 32. Anderson, 11.-09. . 33. Mejia, 11:13. 75. Demies, 15:47. . 83. Meat. 16:37. . 161. Swart, 29:15. Open scores By The Associated Press A tat of players who have qualified for the -U.S. Women's Open god championship, July 21-24 at tndianwood Gotl and Country Club In Lake Orion, Mich, (a-amateur): At Broadmoor Golf Club, Colorado . Springs, Coke Annette DeLuca, tm Beach Gardens, Ra.; 73 ' frRobin Weiss, Lake Worth, Fla, 73 ' Grenelefe Resort Haines City, Fue a-Rae Anna Staples, Miami Beach, Fla, 74 Bobbi Salmon, Mount Dora, Fla., . 75 Kim Kel, Stuart, Fla, v 75 Marjo Jones, Orlando, Fla., v 75 HoUy Vaughn, Naples, Fla, : 75 " MIcheHe Mackal, New Smyna Beach, Fkw-T5 ' Chela Quintans, Englewood, Fla, . , 75 Arm Lacy, St. Petersburg, Fla., 76 a-Erkt ONflW, Zephyrhilla, Ra., :?: " 78 Ok) Ranch Country Ckib, Baal Beach, Calif. a-Andrea Gaston. Northrldge, Cahl., ' 71 Muffin Devlin, Newport Beach, Calif., 71 Pearl Smn, Long Beach, Calif, , 71 Patricia Liscto, Ctovfs, 71 acque Vigil, San Diego 72 Susan Pankau, San Diego .72 a-SkyNYamada. Sandy, Utah, 72 a-Betty Chen, La Qutnta, Calif, . 73 The Standard Ctub, Atlaota Nancy Harvey, Mesa, Artr, 70 Mary Beth Zimmmerman, Gastonia, N.C, 71 Mindy Moore, Boca Raton, Fla, 72 Dolores Navs, Lexington, Ky.f 72 Melissa Tuck, Auburn, Ala, 72 a-Page Marsh Lea, Greensboro, N.C, 73 The Club at Trophy Chits, Dallas ShoukoAsano, Roanoke, Tex., 71 Tama Abltbal, Dallas ' 71 a-Marityn Hardy, Houston 72 Margaret Ward, Edmond, Okla, 72 Jenny Germs, Holland, 73 a-Nicole Cooper, Austin, Tex, 73 a-KeltiKuehne,McKlnney,Tex., 73 a-Martha Leach, lgervHle, Tex., 73 Franklin HMs Country Club, Detroit Alicia Dibos, Peru 65 TracyKerdyk, Coral Gables, Fla, . .69 Joan Pitccck, Fresno, Cald, 69 Nancy Bowen, Tit!on,.Ga, 70 Vicki Fergon, Dallas 70 Caroline Pierce, Houslon 70 Cindy FigoCurrier, Austin, Tex, , ' 71 Becky tverson, Gladstone. Mich., - 71 Page Dunlap, Sarasota, Fla, ' '71 Robin Walton, Scottsdale, Ariz, 71 Alice Miller, Scottsdale, Ariz, 72 Kimberty Williams, Bethesda, Md, . ' 72 Michelle Redman, Port SI Luos, Fla, 72 . JooAn9dxra, Rio Verde, Arti, , ',72 Stephanie Farwig, Kenocha, Wo, .- 72 Lynn Connelly, Palm Beach Gardens, Fla, 72 Tara Fleming, Houston . 72 Sarah McGuire, Springfield, , . 73 Judy Sarin, Sarasota, Fla, - 73 TamarsDougan, Canada, . 73 Vicki Goetze, Brandon, Ga., 73 Gre)sbora Countrv Che. PWstarah it 73 75 76 76 76 Aurora Club. Chicane Usa Grimes, Gold Canyon. Art, . 67 KiyoeYamazaki,Ukarl, Japan, 70 Pamela Kometani, Hawaii, .71 Room Buck, Edwardsvle, I, 71 Amy Read, Hoy Springs, Mm, - 72 rdlarMtte Valley Country Club, rVtland, Ore... - Michelle Woodkig, Fkecrest Wash, ' 72 : YumikoNumata, Japan, - . 74 Whipposnri Club, Armor, N.Y. Allison Finney, WInnetka, at, . . 67 AHson Nicholas, England, ... 70 Michelle Estill, Scottsdale, Ark, TO Sherri Turner, Oak Ridge, N.C, ' 71 Stephanie Maynor, Greensboro, Gs., - 71 tohyJohnstorrforbss, Wilmington, N.C 71 Pamela Wright, Scotland, - . 71 Heather Drew, Solans Beach, Calf, . 72 Mrtzi Edge, Augusts, Ga, . 72 SaHy Little, West Palm Beech, Fla, ' 72 Barb Thomas, Beta Vista, Ariz, 72 Colleen Walker. Vaklco. Fla,- . 72 Susan Pdman,Jartsen Beach, Fla, 73 NHRA sked GLENDORA, Cafff. (AP) - The 1994 NHRA Winston Drag Racing Series schedule: July 21-24 - Mopar Mde-High Nationals, Denver. July 29-31 - AutoHs Nationals, Sonoma, ' Caw. - Aug. 6-7 - Joffy Rancher Candies Nationals, Seattle. ' Aug. 18-21 - Champion Auto Stores Nationals, Bramrd, Mm. Sept 1-5 - U.S. Nationals, kxSkiapots. Sept 15-18 - Pioneer FJectroncs Kay-atone Nationals, Reading, Pa. - Sep. 29-Oct 2 - Sean Craftsman Nationals, Topeka, Kan. Oct 13-16 - Chief Auto Parts Nationals, Dallas. Od 27-30 - Winston Finals, Pomona, Cast Pirates sked TV info Candies Footbal tjM schedule Jury 16 Jury 23 Callahan coordinator of television operations; TOUT 06 rr3nCe John Ruppert anrdirialor ot crusnpionships; andKarinTorclilsassistamtothecoinnissKXv-. CUNY ATHLETIC CONFERENCE-Extend-ad the tenure of Susan larkin, president, and Terry Wanssrt, vice president through the 1994-95 academic year. NCAA-Placed the Washington footbal program on a two-year probation for psyments by boosters and tack of institutional controls on 1 summer jobs progrsm. ALFRED Nsmed Jesnnette Yeoman women's basketbal and tennis coach, AUBURN-MONTGOMERY Named Doug Mosley sports Information director. BOWLING GREEN Named Buddy Powers hockey coach and signed tm to tour-year contract. - BUTLER Named Jot Franklin woman's track and eroaKOuntry coach. . COLGATE Named V. Martin Scarans associate ethMc dVectar and Jell Fanter assistant sports Information director. CORNELL Named Tnsha Elssr women's assistant basketball coach and Kad WHams men's assistant toe hockey coach HIRAM-Announced the resignation of Mike Mardnks, men's basketball coach. . JUNIATA Named KevM Burke oriensne coordinator. UVWGSTON-Promoled Mark Smarfl assistant basebal coach, to basebel coach. MISSISSIPPI t-Fired BiHy Brewer, footbal coach. NIAGARA Named Janice Cheney woman's basketbal coach and Pete Dickmson women's associate head basketbal coach. OLD DOMitHON-Named Tony Guzzo basebal coach. PACE-Named Barry Dickson men's tssrs-tant basketbal coach. RIDER Named Mark Wilcox men's assistant basketball coach. . HtOH SCHOOL NATIONAL FEDERATION OF STATE HIGH SCHOOL ASSOCIATIONS-Elected Alvis Johnson president. H. David Fry vice president' Charles Adams. Jerry Hughes. Bi Young. Roy Alien and Patriot Lucas, to tht board Of directors. CAHORS, France - Results Tuesday of tht 10th stage of the Tour de Francs - a 100-mile leg from Bergerac to Cahort win cyclist country, team and winning time: 1. Jacky Durand, Franca, Castorama, 3 hours, 38 minutes, 11 seconds. ' 2. Marco Serpelllnl, Mary, Umpre, 55 3 Stephen Hodge, Australia, Festlnt, same 4 Gianluca Bortolaml. Italy, Mapei, St. t. Christian Hem, Germany, Telekom, T JserHClaude (Mora, Franca, GAN, 1 ininute, 3 seconds behind. . 7. Mario Chieta, Italy, Carrera, 1:16. . I famokdina Abdouiaparov, Uzbekistan, Pofa, 1:55. I. Jan Svorada, Slovakia, Lamprt, same 10. SttviO Martmetlo, Italy, Mtrcatont, asms hmt. , 11. Emmanuel Magnfen, Franca, Castorama, stmt lime. : 12 Andrei Tcnml, Russia, Lotto, same tjntt. 13. Erik ZabaJ, Germany, Telekom, earns tknt. 14. Herman Prison, Belgium. Lotto, same 15. GerWan Theunisse, tsetnertands, TVM, Aug 5 Aug. 13 Aug. 20 Aug. 27 Sept. 3 Sept. 10 Sept. 17 Sept. 24 Oct 2 Oct I Oct 16 Oct. 21 Oct 28 Nov. 4 vs. Toronto at Baltimore vs. Edmonton at Hamilton vr Las Vegas vs. Hamilton at British Columbia vs. Baltimore at Las Vegas at Sacramento vs. Saskatchewan at Winnipeg vs Winnipeg vs. Sacramento atCatgary . al Toronto vs. Ottawa Here k a W of television stations which show sports programs with respective phone numbers to cat for ailormation: . -.. KTBSChannel 3, 31M25-2422 (Shreva-port): KDFW-Chamel 4, 214-720-4444 (Dalask KXAS-Channel 5, 214-7204001 (Dallas); KTAL-Channsi 6, 318425-2422 (Shreveport); KLTV-Channel 7, . 903-597-5588-(Tyler or : 757-5588 (Longview); KTVT-Channel 11, 214-637-2211 (Dallas); KSLA-Channel 12, 31M77-6713 (Shreveport); KETK-Charmel 56, 903-561-5500 (Tyler); ESPN, 203-585-2236 (Bristol Conn.); TNT, 404427-1647 (Atlanta); WON, 312-528-2311 (Chicago); WT8S, 404427-1717 (Atlanta). Fight sked By The Associslad Press . July 14 - At the Sporting Out of Monte Carlo, Monaco, Anadet Wamba, France vs. Addpho Washington, Lexington, Ky, 12, toTWamba'a WBC cruiserweight bUe. Juty At the America West Arena, Phoenix, Josue Camacho, Puerto fko, vs. Michael Carbajal, Phoenix,. 12, for Camacho's WBO (uruor flyweight title. ' Jury 14 At TBA, Orlando Canizales, Laredo, Texas, vs. Sergio Reyes, Fort Worth, Texas, 12, for Camzales IBF bantamweight title, . At Gold Coast, Australia, Phil Gregory, Australia, vs. Steve Unterhoizer, Australia, 12, for Gregory's Ausuanan crunerweight title. My 17 At Bangkok, Thailand, John Michael John-aon, San Antonio, vs. Oaorung Chuvatana, . Bangkok, 12, for Johnson's WBA bantam weight title. July 20 Ariweeo tiean Australia, jaarttusses, Australia, vs. Roger Espanola, Philippines, 10, kmnr flys; Lance Hobson, Australia, vs. Tony Wehbae, Australia, 12, lor Hobson's Australian featherweight bile. -Jury 22 At tht Great Western Forum, Inglewood, Calif., Verno Phillips, Troy, NY, vs. Jaime Llanes, Mexico, 12, lor Phillips' WBO junior : middlewieght title; Fabia,t Teiada, Mexico, vs. Maurido Aceves, Mexico, 10, lights. At the Southern Bake Casino, Tunica, Miss, Harold Brazier, South Bend, md, vs. Antony Stephens, Houston, 12, for Brazier's USBA welterweight title; Alex Zotkin, Columbus, Ohio, vs. Carl Williams, White Plains, N.Y, 10, heavys. July a At the Bismarck Civic Center, Bsmark, N.D, Virgil His, Bismarck, N.O., vs. Frank Tate, Houston, 12, for Hill's WBA light heavyweight title; Jeff Harding, Australia, vs. Mike McCal kirn, Las Vegas, 12, for Harding's WBC tight heavyweight title; Alfred Cole, Spnng Valley, N.Y., vs. Nate Miller, Philadelphia, 12, lor Cole's IBF cruiserweight title; Leeonzer Barber, Detroit, vi Merqui Sosa, New York City, 10,: tight heavys; Egerton Marcus, Toronto, vs. Ernie Magdaleno, Westminster, Calif., 10, light heavys. July 24 At the Grand Olympic Auditorium, Lot . Angeles, Zachary Padkta, Azusa, Calf, vt . Juan La Porto, Puerto Rico, 12, tor PadHt'i WBO knor weherweight title. ; ' . At the Corrvention Hal, Atlantic City, NJ, - Tommy Morrison, Miami, Okla, vs. Wilbam : Morris, Phlsdelphit, 10, heavys; Ray Mercer, West Orange, N.J, vs. TBA, 10. heavys. July 21 At the MGM Grand Garden, Las Vegas, James Toney, Ann Arbor, Mich., vs. Chariot Williams, Mansfield, Ohio, 12, for Toneys IBF . super inddleweight title; Oscar De la Hoya, ' East Los Angeies, Calf, vs. Jorge Paez, Mexico, 12, tor tht vacant WBO kghtweigrit title, JuryN At the Unlversily of Clncksiatl, TyralBiggs, PhilarJelphia, n. Rocky PNips, Fort Mitchet, . Ky, 12, tor tht IBC heavyweight title. , : , My $1 At Nagoyt, Japan, Yasuai Yakushtf, Japan, vs. Byun Jung-I, South Korea, 12, for . Yakushijl's WBC bantamweight title. swrBbrbon Surgery will keep Gant out of Cowboys' camp for month From Wire Reports . . . " : . , FORT WORTH The Dallas Cowboys may be without their Shark the first month of training camp. Safety Kenneth Gant, who earned the nickname because of his celebration dance by the same name, underwent hernia surgery last Friday and may need about four more weeks to heal. "I'm going to be fine, but I know I want to be back on the field for at least a couple'of preseason games," Gant said. "I have no idea how1 1 did it. It just happened." .-, 1 ; ; , -' The Cowboys open training camp this weekend at St. Edward's University in Austin. The operation was his third this off-season. "We told him operations are four-for-$l, but hopefully, three will be plenty," joked trainer Kevin O'Neill, who said the club hopes Gant will miss only three weeks. ... , Gant, a fifth-year pro who has excelled for Dal las as a special-teamer and a nickel back, has a reputation as a quick healer. In recent months; from Bergerac to Cahors. It was the last mostly flat stage before the steep climbs start Wednesday in the Pyrenees. Lenard staying at Minnesota MILWAUKEE Voshon Lenard, a . second-round draft choice of the Milwaukee Bucks, has told the team he is returning to the University of Minnesota for his senior year. Under a new NCAA rule, underclassmen may enter the draft but retain their college eligibility if they decide to return to college within 30 days of the draft Any team drafting an underclassman retains that player's rights for the next year's draft. Lenard,' a 6-foot-4 guard, was in the Bucks' rookie camp last weekend, but told the team he had decided to return to Minnesota, Bucks spokesman Bill King II said. Lenard had checked' out of his Milwaukee JeasJiadperations-onisnee-ane shoulder. Gant wore a brace while playing much of last season with a separated shoulder. He plans to scrap the harness this year. "Being in a little pain is not a big issue to me," he said. "With this (hernia) thing, all I can do is get some rest and wait." . . Man charged in shooting of golfer NILES, Ohio A man was charged Tuesday with negligent assault in the accidental shooting of1 professional golfer Kim Williams. Gary Swaney, 35, of Howland, pleaded innocent to the misdemeanor charge in Niles Municipal Court. A pretrial hearing was scheduled Aug. 1 before Judge Thomas Townley. ' The charge is punishable by up to 60 days in jail and a $500 fine, chief court clerk Barry Prof-ato said. Williams, 31, of Boca Raton, Fla., was shot July 2 in the parking lot of a Phar-Mor drug store. She was in'the Niles area for the Youngstown- Warren LPGA Classic. ,' r : Police say Swaney told them he was target practicing with his handgun about the time Wil liams was shot, about a mile from the store, able to comment. Lenard, 21, averaged 18.9 points last season and shot 47.2 percent, leading the Gophers to a 21-10 record and the second round of the NCAA tournament. In 1993, he was MVP of the NIT, which the Gophers won. The Bucks made him the 46th player selected in the June 29 draft. Whitsitt new Portland president, GM PORTLAND, Ore. Bob Whitsitt, the NBAs executive of the year last season, was chosen president and general manager of the Portland Trail Blazers Tuesday. ' The move came just 12 days after Whitsitt was cleared to negotiate with other teams after winning release from the final three years of his contract with the Seattle SuperSonics. In a restructuring, the Blazers divided their franchise into two corporations, one for the basketball side and one for all other aspects of the , company. Whitsitt, 38, will head Blazers Basketball. Brad Greenberg, who had served as interim general manager, will be the No. 2 man in the operation. Ole Miss football coach Brewer fired ET notes fiwanov crnva a flmm Vinnrlcnin t.n the nnlire the day after the shooting, police Capt. Al Kijowski 'JACKSON, Miss, -Mississippi's Billy Brewer, gai,j t - the dean of Southeastern Conference football ' - ' ' - "T. coaches, was fired Tuesday, the latest fallout Durand wins Tour de France stage from a second NCAA investigation during his CAHORS, France Jacky Durand, a two-time tenure. 1 winner of the French national championship, . His firing came a day after athletic director won the 10th stage of the Tour de France Warner Alford resigned and 3 weeks after the Tuesday. school announced an NCAA inquiry alleging 15 Three-time winner Miguel Indurain of Spain yiolation.s by the football program, Ole Miss was finished in the pack less than two minutes put on probation tor two years alter the ivoo WHITE OAK - White Oak ISO has two coaching positions open. One Is for head girls basketball-assistant voHevbal, while the other is head voHeytaH-asaBtarit girls basketbal. Teaching fields required are math, physical education and social studies. - Anyone interested may contact Dan Not at 758-4511 or Glynn Hughes at 759-4536. season. In a statement,' chancellor R. Gerald Turner behind and retained the overall lead. TnHnrnin lpnrls rhipf rival Tnnv Rominerer of Switzerland by 2 minutes, 28 seconds. Italy's said the committee that oversees the Kebels ath-Gianluca Bortolami is third, 4:37 behind.' ', ' , vi letic programs got a status report Sunday on the Durand broke away from a small group with ; school's investigation into the NCAA allegations six miles left to win the staee before hia home and voted unanimously "for a change in the lead- daimserfielo - Anyone mterasted si. crowd. It was the 630th French victory of Ian V'ership" of the football program. b?fAXhthS'is individual stage, but they are coming less fre- - "Based upon, the recommendation of the ath-to caii coach Bran McKamy at 803-645-5230. niiehtlv. Last vear, onlv one Frenchman won a "letic committee, my own personal review of the stage and the top French finisher overall was facts gathered to date, and my lack of commence 15th. Durand was in a group of four that broke away from the main pack about midway through the race. ' . Then Durand went out by himself and held the advantage until the end of the 100-mile stage Teaching Held should be history or biology, , . . QUEEN CITY' - Quean City needs a footbal scrimmage tor the second data, Aug. 26, to be played noma or sway against either an A thru 3A team. ' For iflon) InfonMUon, contact MHtt Hovnl at 903-7B6-S259. 7:30 p.m. 6:30 pi 730 p.m. 6pjR. 7:30 p.m. 730 p.m. 9 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 10 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. 2 p.m. 2 p.m. 7:30 p.m.' 6:30 pm 6:30 p.m. 6:30 pm ET tennis wwi ,umm" ..ar-. Men's U 6n(ies - Raymond Princa del. Rick Spam M, 7-6 (7-2); Consoistion - lowet tmn, Men 's U 6lngles Robbie Foster dbf. Scott IWoa fM, Mi Consoistion - Al Burke. , l. lance Armstrong. Austm, Texas, US. 35. Alvaro Mesa, Colombia. 1:55. 57. Sean Yates. Britain. 1:55. 61. Raul Atcala, Mernco, 1:55. 67. PhD Anderson, Australia, 1:55. : 112. Michel Demies, Belgium, 1:55. 113. Frankie Androu, Dearborn, Mich., 155 170. Slephen Swart, New Zealand, 1:55. Overall Standings (Alter 16 Sieges) 1, Miguel Indurain, Spain, Banesto, 44 hours, 49 minutes, 16 seconds I Tony Rorranger, Switzerland, Mspst, I minutes, 26 seconds behind. . Rob BrownAnna Anderson del. Y.C UiTlna Ware 74 (7-31 64: Consolation -Ashley WiisAmhad WHss. Soyt M SiviQtaa Dirk Muler del. Jmmy McMahor) 6-3, 6-3; Consolation - TharM Bsavsrs. Soys 16 Singles Jordan Alexander del. Matt Moore 64, 64; Consolation - lanes Poeton. Soys 14 Swgtes Ahmad WHss dtf. Luke Handy 1-1, 6-2; Consolation - Jonathan Tarrel. sVfStt6mgles (Round robin) Steven Prince del. Ben Potter 6-2, S-4; Steven Prince def. George Willis 74, 64; George Willis del. Ben Potter 6-2, 6-2. Owta 16 lingles Jackie Bowers def. Valerie Prince 64, 6-2. Orts-H 6ingles Betsy Wms de). Stephanie Princa 6-1, 04, 74 (7-4); Consolation - Jods Rogers. ' UNDEN - Unden-KMare boys basketbal coach Mike Guess is looking for tournaments tar the kancr high, 9th grade and iiiraor varsity teams next season. Coach Guess can be reached at 903-756-5314 (school) or 7564247 (homeL v . a AV1NGER - Avlnger basketball coach Bi Miller would Ike to tm several open dates. He has available dates for boys and gins scrimmages on Nov. 11 or 12, a boys game on Nov. 22, plus girls games on Nov. 16, Nov. 22, Dec. 6 and Jan. 3. He w play any Class A thru SA team home or away. Anyone interested may contact Miller at 603-562-1355 (school) or 903-562-1416 (homeL - NEW BOSTON - The New Boston girls basketbal team has two open dates, Nov. 15 and Nov. 19. Coach Larry Martin would Ike to play one at home and the other on the road, including junior varsrty games, . Anyone Interested may contact coach Martin at 603-626-5550 (school) or 903428-5934 (home). LIBERTY CITY - The Sabine boys basketbal team has in open date on Nov, 16 next eeeson. Any 2A thru 4A team Interested si playing may contact coach BiH Middendorf at 603464-7266. There are also openings h tie annual lions Club Baaketbal Tournament at Sabma High School on Dec 1-3. a TIMPSON - The Tlrnpson boys basketbal sent has several open dates tor next season. Including Nov. 22, Dec 16, Dec 19 and Oec 27. - Any A thru 3A team Interested ki playing may contact coach Stave Zurline at , 409-254-3125 (school) or 903-254-3033 (home). WASKOM - Ths Waskom boys and girls basketbal teams are looking tor games on Dec 30, 1994 and wi play any A thru 3A team borne or away. Anyone Interested can cat coach Larry Hygh at 903497-2011 ATLANTA - Atlanta boys bsskeetbal Caoch Stovs Ford is looking tor a tournament . In which his team could play on Dec M. II there is no tournament spot available, he would ska a single game on Oec 2 or Dec. 3. Anyone interested may cal Ford at 903-79M411 (school) or 603-796-1385 (home). NACOGDOCHES - The Ned Footer Basketbal Camp w be held on ths Stephen F, Austin Slate University campus during He week ot Jury 17-21. Boys between grades 6-12 Srs eAglbte to oertopate. Ths coat per camper is 6250. A 650 deposit is required with the returned eposes-Ion and the balance Is to be paid at registration. Day campers (excluding room lees and breakfast) Is 1165 with I 660 deposit Ths primary purpose ol the csmp Is to help each . young man improve fundamental skills ol basketbal end oversl knowledge of the gams. Campers wi receive a camp T-shirt and SFA basketbal. : a GILMER - There are three open dates on . the Gilmer girts baketbal schedule for next season, Nov. 15, 25 and 29. Any Class 2A thru 4A school interested la playing the Lady Buckeyes ehould cal coach Doug Busch at 9034344021, that the football program will operate consistent with NCAA guidelines under the leadership of coach Billy Brewer, coach Brewer was today relieved of his responsibilities as head football coach at the University of Mississippi," Turner said. " Hallsville prevails over Gilmer, 6-4 From Staff Reports Hallsville survived two bench-clearing brawls to prevail over Gilmer 6-4 in the 14-year-old district semifinal game Tuesday.. , Daniel Hazard got the win and Nick Mauldin Longview. . Hallsville will be pitted against a Longview team that is unbeaten in the double-elimination tournament. Hallsville has lost once. If Hallsville wins the first game, another will start picked up a save for Hallsville. Hazard struck immediately afterward to determine the out-out 10 and went 3-for-4 at the plate. right champion. The win advances Hallsville to the champion- Both, teams will advance to the state tourna- ship tonight at 6:30 at Bill Owens Field in ment in Texarkana on June 21. Foreman may fight Moorer in November From 1B unknown Foreman decided to quit. - He spent 10 years as a minister and out of the limelight when he announced a comeback in 1987. To, the surprise of many, the forty-something Foreman beat 24 younger opponents 23 by knockout before taking . on a bruising Evander Holyfield in 1991 for the championship. . He lost again, but not badly, and bowed out of boxing again. He starred in a situation comedy for a brief time, did television and radio commercials, and is now an analyst for HBO sports. "I'm working out every day I can," Foreman said. "I do all the ' traditional boxint? work 0 outs. Punching bags, sparring evervthincr. "And, of course, a lot of sleep-l ing and eating. To the skeptics, Foreman savs: "As Ion? as vou can d something and he nrnductive there's no need for anybody td be knocking it. I need to miss a few meals, then I'll really be in good shape. WildCatters down WhiteWings, 19-6 From Staff Reports' . . f " HARLINGEN The Tyler WildCatters enjoyed a classic performance Tuesday night against Rio Grande Valley. Five home runs highlighted a 19-run, 24-hit performance for the East ern Division club. Joel Smith led the way with a pair of homers and Britt Bonneau drove in four runs as, the WildCatters notched a 19-6 victory over the WhiteWings in Texas-Louisiana League play. Smith, who also drove in four runs, three in a six-run, first-inning uprising, was one of four WildCatters to hit home runs off Rio Grande Valley pitching. Bonneau. Ken Shamburg and Ray Jackson added homers as the 'Catteri improved to 18-21. With the loss, Rio Grande Valley drops to viri .The teams continue the three-game seriel tonight at 7:05. Tyler, opening a 12-game roadtrip, built a 10-( lead in the first four innings and never lookec , back. , Billy Johnson became a six-game winner at th exDense of the WhiteWines' Mark Grande, wh falls to 1-6. , Troy Conkle, James Harris and Bonneau ha ; three hits apiece. '

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