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B6 Wednesday, May 17,1995 The Salina Journal BASEBALL Baseball Major league standings By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 12 5 706 — 8-2 Won 3 10 8 .556 2 1 /! z-4-6 Lost 3 9 10 .474 4 z-4-6 Lost 2 8 10 .444 4Vi 5-5 Won 2 6 11 .353 6 z-4-6 Lost 2 Central Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 12 5 .706 — z-8-2 Won 2 10 8 .556 2V: 4-6 Lost 3 8 9 .471 4 z-4-6 Won 1 6 11 .353 6 5-5 Lost 1 6 13 .316 7 z-3-7 Lost 1 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak 11 8 .579 — z-6-4 Won 1 9 8 .529 1 3-7 Lost 2 10 9 .526 1 7-3 Won 3 9 11 .450 2'/2 5-5 Won 2 Boston New York Toronto Detroit Baltimore Cleveland Milwaukee Kansas City Chicago Minnesota California Seattle Oakland Texas Home Away 7-2 5-3 5- 3 6- 5 1- 5 4- 6 5- 5 3- 5 7- 5 2- 5 Home Away 6-1 6-4 5- 6 4- 4 4- 4 5- 7 5- 2 4- 5 2- 7 1- 6 Home Away 5-5 6-3 5-2 4-6 4-3 6-6 5-7 4-4 Philadelphia Montreal Atlanta New York Florida Chicago Houston St. Louis Cincinnati Pittsburgh Colorado Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego z-denotes lirst garni W L 14 5 12 8 10 9 8 11 5 14 W 12 9 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division Pet GB L10 .737 — z-8-2 .600 2'/j z-7-3 .526 4 4-6 .421 6 4-6 .263 9 3-7 Central Division Pet GB Ltd 9 10 8 10 4 13 W L 12 7 10 8 10 10 8 11 »was a win .667 .500 .474 .444 .235 — 2-7-3 3 z-4-6 3'/i 5-5 4 7-3 TA 2-8 West Division Pet GB L10 .632 — 5-5 .556 1 Vi z-6-4 .500 2 Vi z-4-6 .421 4 4-6 Streak Won 1 Won 1 Won 2 Won 2 Lost 1 Streak Won 2 Lost 4 Lost 1 Lost 1 Lost 3 Streak Lost 2 Won 1 Lost 2 Won 2 Home Away 3- 2 11- 3 5- 3 5- 6 5- 5 2-10 7- 5 5- 3 3- 6 3- 4 Home Away 4-4 8-2 1- 6 6- 6 3- 5 1- 7 8- 3 3- 4 5- 5 3- 6 Home Away 8-3 4-4 3-4 7-4 6-5 4-5 7-6 1-5 AMERICAN LEAGUE Monday's Games Texas 12. Toronto 4 Minnesota 9, Calitomia 6 Tuesday's Games Detroit 9. Baltimore 8 Cleveland 10, New York 5 Texas 6, Toronto 1 Kansas City 4, Seattle 2.4'A, rain California 9, Minnesota 6 Oakland 7. Chicago 1, 6. rain Boston 5, Milwaukee 0 Wednesday's Games Boston (Sele 2-1) al Milwaukee (Bones 2-0). 1:05 p.m. Detroit (Groom 1-1) at Baltimore (Brown 2-1). 6:35 p.m. Cleveland (Martinez 3-0) at New York (Perez 1-0), 6:35 p.m. Toronto (Darwin 1-1) at Texas (Gross 03), 7:05 p.m. Seattle (Johnson 3-0) at Kansas City (Gubicza 1-2), 7:05 p.m. California (Finley 0-3) al Minnesota (Tapani 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Oakland (Harkey 1-1) at Chicago (Alvarez 1-2), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Monday's Games Chicago 6, San Francisco 1 Florida 9, Philadelphia 1 Atlanta 4. Colorado 0 New York 5, Montreal 3 Los Angeles 4, Pittsburgh 0 San Diego 7, St. Louis 5 Tuesday's Games Chicago 2, San Francisco 0 Philadelphia 9, Rorida 7,10 innings Montreal 7, Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 15. Colorado 3 New York), Houston 0 Pittsburgh al Los Angeles (n) St. Louis at San Diego (n) Wednesday's Games Chicago (Foster 2-1) al San Francisco (Portugal 1-1), 2:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Schilling 3-0) at Florida (Gardner 0-4), 6:05 p.m. Cincinnati (Ri|o 1-2) at Montreal (Fassero 4-0), 6:35 p.m. Colorado (Swift 1-0) at Atlanta (Maddux 2-0). 6:40 p.m. New York (Jacome 0-3) at Houston (Swindell 1-1), 7:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (While 0-0) al Los Angeles (Nomo 0-0), 9:35 p.m. SI. Louis (Jackson 0-3) at San Diego (Ashby 1-2), 9:35 p.m. American League ROYALS 4, MARINERS 2 (5) SEATTLE KANSAS CITY abrhbi abrhbl Amaral If 2000 Cleman rf 3110 Sojo 2b 3010 Howard cf 3020 Grfy Jr cl 3000 Gagne ss 1001 Buhner rf 3120 Gaetti 1b 1110 EMrtnz dh 1100 Brders c 2112 Blwers 3b 2012 Viliello dh 2000 TMrtnz 1b 2000 Randa 3b 2111 DWilsn c 2000 Tucker II 2000 ARdrgz ss 2000 Lind 2b 2010 Totals 20 2 4 2 Totals 18 4 7 4 Seattio 020 00—2 Kansas City 031 00—4 E—Gaetti (2). DP—Seattle 1. LOB—Seattle 5, Kansas City 2. 2B—Blowers (2), Howard (1). 3B—Coleman (1). HR—Borders (2), Randa (1). CS—Lind (1). SF—Gagne. IP H RER BB SO Seattle Fleming L.1-3 42-3 7 4 4 1 1 Kansas City Haney W.1-0 5 42223 Umpires—Home, Denkinger; First, Shulock: Second, Tschida: Third, Craft. . ' T—1:30. A—12,330. INDIANS 10, YANKEES 5 CLEVELAND NEW YORK . abrhbl abrhbl Kirby cf 5110 Polonia If 5001 • Vizquel ss 5012 TFrndz ss 5011 Baerga 2b 5220 Boggs 3b 4000 ' Belle '< 4432 Stanley c 4121 ' Murray Ib 4021 Mttngly 1b 4020 . Srrenlo Ib 1112 Trtbull dh 4000 Rmrez rf 5121 James rl 1000 • Wnlield dh 4010 GWIms rl 2110 • Espnza 3b 4011 BWIms cf 2211 Pena c 4110 Kelly 2b 3111 'Totals 41 1015 9 Totals 34 5 8 5 Cleveland 012 022 102—10 New York 000 100 202— 5 E—Ramirez (1), Stanley (2). DP—Cleveland 1. New York 1 LOB—Cleveland 7, New York 7. 2B—Kirby (2), Baerga (3), Belle (10), Murray (3), Espinoza (1). HR—Belle (3), Sorrento (6), Ramirez (6). Stanley (2), BWilliams (3), Kelly (2). SF—Espinoza. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland Nagy W.2-0 5 21131 Cook 2 22211 Plunk 1 20001 Mesa 1 22211 New York Key L.1-2 51-3 11 7 6 2 2 Bankhead 22-3 2 1 1 0 0 Werteland 1 22200 WP—Nagy. Mesa, Key, Bankhead. Umpires—Home, Morrison; First, Clark; Second, Barrett; Third, Kosc. T—3:00. A—18.246. • Albert Belle again picked on Ihe Yankees in general and Jimmy Key in particular, homering and scoring lour limes as the Cleveland Indians beat New York. Belle went 3-for-4 wilh a double, and Manny Ramirez and Paul Sorrento also homered. TIGERS 9, ORIOLES 8 DETROIT BALTIMORE abrhbl abrhbl Curtis cf 4111 ByAdsr-cf 5111 Whtker 2b 5022 Bass If 5231 Fllcher2b 0000 Plmirolb 4244 Trmmll ss 4000 CRpken ss 5132 Fielder 1b 3101 Bainesdh 4010 Pmbrln pr 0100 Hoiles c 5010 Stubbslb 0000 Brberie2b 1110 KGbsn dh 4320 Alxndr 2b 3010 Frymn 3b 5122 Obando rl 4000 Hggnsn If 5022 Buford cl 1000 Butistarl 4111 LGmez3b 4110 Tingley c 3110 Nokes ph 1000 Totals 37 911 9 Totals 42 816 8 Detroit 041 100 102—9 Baltimore 200 510 000—8 E—LGomez (1). LOB—Detroit 8, Baltimore 10.2B—Fryman (3). Higginson (2). Tingley (1), Palmeiro (4), Baines (3). 3B—ByAnderson (3). HR—Palmeiro 2 (6), CRipken (2). SB—KGib- son (2). Higginson (1). CS—Alexander (1). S— Trammell. SF—Fielder. IP H RER BB SO Detroit Bergman 32-3 10 7 7 1 1 Doherty 31-35 1 1 2 2 Bohanon 2-31 0000 BoeverW,1-0 1-300000 HennemanS,2 1 00000 Baltimore McDonald 22-3 4 5 5 4 4 Oquist 31-3 3 1 1 0 1 Mills 12-32 1 1 0 0 Orosco 1-300001 DJonesL,0-2 1 22102 HBP—iy McDonald (KGibson). Umpires—Home. Joyce; First. McKean; Second. Vollaggio; Third. Cederstrom, T—3:50. A—36,249. • Travis Fryman hit a two-run double oil Doug Jones in the ninth inning as the Detroit Tigers overcame a pair of two-run homers by Rafael Palmeiro and beat the Baltimore Orioles. Palmeiro had four hits for Baltimore, which has lost five of six. Baltimore overcame a 6-2 deficit in the fourth, talking a 7-6 lead on Cal Ripken's second homer of the season. RANGERS 6, BLUE JAYS 1 TORONTO TEXAS ab r h bl ab r h bi While d 4010 Nixon cf 4111 AGnzIz ss 3 0 0 0 Frye 2b 5111 RAImr2b 4000 .WCIark tb 5111 Carter If 4020 Ttlleton dh 4000 Olerud 1b 4000 Palmer 3b 4122 Mldndo rt 4000 IRdrgz c 4120 Parrish dh 3000 McLmr II 3031 Sprgue 3b 3111 Voigl rf 3000 Knorr c 3000 Greer rt 1000 Gilss 2120 Totals 32 1 4 1 Totals 35 6 12 6 Toronto 000 000 100—1 Texas 006 000 OOx—6 E—White (2). Palmer (4), Rogers (1). DP— Toronto 1. LOB—Toronto 6, Texas 10. 2B— McLemore (3), Gil (4). HR—Sprague (6). IP H RER BB SO Toronto ALeilerL,1-2 6 10 6 6 5 6 Timlin 2 20002 Texas Rogers W.3-2 5 20027 Burrows S.t 4 21101 Rogers pitched to 1 batter in the 6th, Umpires—Home. Young; First, Garcia; Second. Ford: Third. Reilly. T—2:53. A—19,014. • Kenny Rogers won his third straight start but left wilh a strained hamstring, and the Texas Rangers beat the Toronto Blue Jays. Rogers (32). whose right leg began bothering him during the third inning, allowed two hits in live shutout innings, struck out seven and walked two. He walked Alex Gonzalez starting Ihe sixth and then was replaced by Terry Burrows, who finished lor his lirst career save. RED SOX 5, BREWERS 0 BOSTON MILWAUKEE ab r h bl ab r h bl Tinsleycl 4100 Listach2b 4000 JnVlnln ss 4000 Hmllon cl 4010 MVghnlb 3223 Seitzer3b 4010 Mclrlne c 4010 GVghn dh 4000 Gmwli II 4 0 0 0 May II 4000 Jlfrsondh 3110 Jaha 1b 3000 Nhring 3b 4010 Oliver c 3010 O'Lery rt 4010 TWard rt 3010 Alicea 2b 2111 JsVlnln ss 3000 Totals 32 5 7 4 Totals 32 0 4 0 Boston 011 020 010—5 Milwaukee 000 000 000—0 E—MVaughn (4), Oliver (1). LOB—Boston 6, Milwaukee 5. HR—MVaughn 2 (10). SB—Jn- Valentin (1), Macfartane (1). SF—MVaughn, Alicea. IP H RER BB SO Boston Hanson W.3-0 9 4 0 0 0 10 Milwaukee Scanlan L.1-1 72-3 6 5 5 2 4 Fetters 11-31 0 0 0 3 HBP—by Scanlan (JnValentin). by Scanlan (Alicea). WP—Scanlan, Fetters. PB—Oliver. Umpires—Home, Meriwether; First, Coble; Second, Mernll; Third, Hendry. T—2:35. A—7.714. • Mo Vaughn homered twice, giving him a major league-leading total to 10, and Erik Hanson pitched a four-hitter to lead the Boston Red Sox past Ihe Milwaukee Brewers. Vaughn's solo homer off Bob Scanlan (1-1) in Ihe second inning traveled 430 leet and gave Boston a 2-0 lead. Vaughn led olf the eighth wilh a 415-foot homer oil Scanlan, making it 5-0. Hanson (3-0) struck out 10, walked none and handed the Brewers their third shutout in their last live games. He lowered his league-leading ERA lo 0.71, allowing just one hit alter the third inning. ANGELS 9, TWINS 6 CALIFORNIA MINNESOTA abrhbl 6122 5131 5100 3311 4120 3011 1011 5111 2000 1000 5132 40 9 14 9 Phillips If Easley 2b Snow 1b CDavis dh Salmon rf EPerez 3b Owen 3b Edmns cl Allnson c Myers c DSrcna ss Totals California Minnesota Knblch 2b Meares ss Hale ph Puckett rt PMunz dh Merullo dh Slhvk 1b Crdva cl JeCIrk If Leius 3b Wlbeckc Totals abrhbl 5010 4120 1000 0 0 1 1 1000 3 4 4 0 0 2 3 1 1 4011 2000 33 6 8 6 000 413 001—9 024 000 000-6 E—EPerez (3), Leius (3). DP—Calitomia 2, Minnesota 1. LOB—California 10, Minnesota 5. 2B—DiSarcina (8), Knoblauch (5), Leius (4). 3B—DiSarcina (3). HR—Phillips (3), Easley (1). CDavis (4), Cordova (4). SB—Meares (1). IP H RER BB SO California BieleckiW,1-0 5 76321 Edenlield 12-31 0 0 2 0 Percival 11-30 0 0 0 3 LeSmithS,7 1 00013 Minnesota Robertson 31-35 4 4 1 3 Guardado L.0-1 21-3 4 3 3 2 1 Sanlord 1 11111 Guthrie 12-34 1 0 1 3 Schullslrom 2-300000 HBP—by Sanford (EPerez). WP—Edenfield. Umpires—Home, Evans; First, McCoy; Second, Reed; Third, Hirschbeck. T—3:36. A-6,937. • Tony Phillips and Damion Easley hit consecutive homers in the sixth Inning as the California Angels rallied from a six-run deficit and beat Ihe Minnesota Twins. California trailed 6-0 alter three but look the lead on Phillips' two-run homer off Eddie Guardado (0-1). Easley greeted Mo Sanlord with his first homer of the year. ATHLETICS 7, WHITE SOX 1 OAKLAND CHICAGO abrhbl abrhbl RHdsn If 2211 LJhnsn cl 3000 Gates 2b 4011 Raines II 2010 Berroa dh 4120 Thmas Ib 2111 McGwrlb 2123 Sabodh 2000 Sierra rl 2111 Vntura 3b 2000 Slnbch c 3000 DaMInz rt 2010 Brosius 3b 2100 Drhm 2b 2000 Javier cf 3110 Krkvce c 2000 Gallegoss 3011 Guillen ss 2000 Totals 25 7 9 7 Totals 19 1 3 1 Oakland 100 033—7 Chicago 100 OOx—1 E—McGwire (2). Fortugno (1). LOB—Oakland 7. Chicago 3. 2B—RHenderson (4). Javier (3). HR—McGwire (7). Sierra (5), Thomas (4). SF—McGwire. IP H RER BB SO Oakland Ontiveros W.3-1 5 31103 Chicago BereL,0-2 51-3 8 7 7 3 1 Fortugno 0 10000 HBP—by Bere (Brosius). Umpires—Home, Welke; First. Brinkman; Second. Kaiser; Third. Cousins. T—1:57. A—16,331. • Mark McGwire extended his hitting streak to a career-high 13 games, going 2-for-2 wilh a go- ahead home run Tuesday nighl as Ihe Oakland Athletics beal Ihe Chicago White Sox in a game shortened to five innings. Steve Onthveras (3-1) allowed one run and three hits in five innings as Oakland won for the sixth time in seven games. National League BRAVES 15, ROCKIES 3 COLORADO ATLANTA abrhbi abrhbl Weiss ss 3010 Grssom cf 5000 Girardi c 4010 DwSml rt 1000 LWIkr rt 4110 Blauser ss 4221 Glrrga 1b 3112 Blliard ss 1110 Bchelte II 4000 CpJnes If 4431 Kngerycf 4010 McGrfl Ib 5443 Caslilla 3b 4000 Justice rl 5244 Bales 2b 3000 Bdrsian p 0000 Acvedo p 1000 Oliva 3b 4112 Sager p 1000 Shrprsn 3b 1112 Lskanic p 0000 JLopez c 5021 SReed p 0000 Lemke 2b 3011 VndrWI ph 1110 Mrdcai 2b 2000 MMunz p 0000 Smote p 4000 Bailey p 0000 MKellycf 1010 Totals 32362 Totals 45152015 Colorado 200 000 010— 3 Atlanta 304 031 04x—15 E—Caslilla (2), Blauser (3). DP—Atlanta 1. LOB—Colorado 4, Atlanta 7.2B—CpJones (5), McGrill (2). Justice 2 (3), Sharperson (1), JLopez (1). HR—Galarraga (3), Blauser (1), CpJones (5), Justice (3), Oliva (4). SB—Weiss (7). IP H RER BB SO Colorado AcevedoL,1-2 3 77703 Sager 1 43301 Leskanic 2 31103 SReed 1 10002 MMunoz 1-33441 1 Bailey 2-32000 1 Atlanta Smoltz W.2-2 8 63318 Bedrosian 1 00010 Sager pitched to 4 batters in the 5th. Umpires—Home, Tata; First, Gregg; Second, Winters; Third, Barron, T—2:35. A—25,516. CUBS 2, GIANTS 0 CHICAGO SAN FRAN ab r h bl ab r h bl McRae cf 4020 DLewiscf 4000 Snchez 2b 4001 RbTpsn 2b 4010 Grace 1b 4111 Bonds II 4010 Sosa rt 4010 MaWIm 3b 3010 Dnston ss 4000 GHill rt 3000 Bechele 3b 3000 Clayton ss 3000 Wilklnsc 3010 JeReedc 3000 Tmmns If 3110 Phillips 1b 3000 Nvarro p 2000 Mlhllnd p 2000 Myers p 0000 Pltrson ph 1000 Totals 31 2 6 2 Totals 30 0 3 0 Chicago 101 000 000—2 San Francisco 000 000 000—0 LOB—Chicago 3. San Francisco 3. 2B— McRae (9). HR—Grace (2). CS—Sanchez (4). S—Navarro. IP H RER BB SO Chicago Navarro W.4-0 82-3 3 0 0 0 6 Myers S.6 1-300000 San Francisco Mulholland L.2-3 9 62202 Umpires—Home, Pulli; First, West; Second, Poncino; Third, Hirschbeck. T—2:03. A—9,174. • Jamie Navarro held San Francisco to three hits in 8 2-3 innings as the Chicago Cubs beat the Giants to match Iheir besl start since 1985.Navarro (4-0) struck out six and walked none before giving way lo Randy Myers wilh a man on first in the ninth. Myers retired Barry Bonds on a deep lly lo right for his sixth save. METS1, ASTROS 0 NEW YORK HOUSTON abrhbl abrhbl Butler cl 3021 Biggie 2b 2010 Vzcaino ss 3000 Gnzalez If 4010 Brogna Ib 4000 Bgwell Ib 3000 Bonilla 3b 3000 DBell cf 4010 Orsulak rt 3000 Mgdan 3b 2000 Allonzo 2b 3010 Plnller rt 3000 Hndleyc 3000 Servaisc 3000 Crjneslf 3120 MTmsnph 0000 BJones p 1010 Moulon pr 0000 Seguipti 1000 Miller ss 3000 Henryp 0000 Esebtoph 1000 Rynldsp 2000 Dnnels ph 1000 DVeres p 0000 PAMIz p 0000 Totlll 27 1 6 1 Totals 28 0 3 0 New York 001 000 000—1 Houston 000 000 000—0 E—Servais (2). DP—New York 1, Houston 3. LOB—New York 2, Houston 8. 2B—Biggio (6). CS—Blgglo (3). S—Butler, Vizcaino, BJones. IP H RER BB SO New York BJones W.3-1 7 30055 Henry S.1 2 00012 Houston Reynolds L.1-2 7 41105 DVeres 1 10000 PAMartinez 1 10000 HBP—by BJones (Planner). Umpires—Home, Vanover; First, Froemming; Second, Crawford; Third, Hernandez. T—2:27. A—15,368. • Bobby Jones held Houston to three hits over seven innings for his third straight victory, leading Ihe New York Mels to a victory, the Astros' fourth straight loss. Jones (3-1) didn't allow a hit after Ihe third inning and has allowed two earned runs In his last 30 Innings. He finished wilh five strikeouts and five walks.. PHILLIES 9, MARLINS 7 PHILA FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Dykslr d 5131 Veras 2b 3110 Mmdni 2b 4101 Browne cf 3100 Jfferies II 6111 SMIield rt 5134 DHIIns Ib 3221 Conine 1b 5120 Daullon c 6131 Dawson If 4100 Hayes 3b 5 0 1 0 Nen p 0000 Varshort 4010 PndllonSb 4110 Slcumb p 0000 Anas 3b 1010 Slocker ss 2210 KAbbtl ss 5001 Mimbs p 2000 CJhnsn c 4122 Bttlco p 0000 Wlhers p 2000 Ingmr ph 1000 Dunbar p 0000 Brlnd p 0000 RVeres p 0000 Ready ph 1110 Whitmrph 1000 GeHrrs p 0000 Mthews p 0000 Chrlton p 0 0 0 0 Diaz ph 1000 Gllgherrt 1000 Clbrnn 1b 0000 Totals 40 913 5 Totals 38 710 7 Philadelphia 020 001 220 2—9 Florida 002 000 104 0—7 E—Slocker 2 (3). Sheffield (2), Conine (4), Dawson (2). DP—Philadelphia 1, Florida 4. LOB—Philadelphia 11, Florida 16. 2B-Conine (6). HR—Sheffield (3). CS—Veras (4). S— Weathers. SF—CJohnson. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Mimbs 32-3 3 2 2 5 2 Bottalico 21-3 1 0 0 1 0 Borland 1 21000 GeHarris 1 10011 Chariton 2-303320 SlocumbW.1-0 11-33 1 1 0 0 Florida Weathers 6 53251 Dunbar 2-322221 RVeres 1-300001 Mathews 2 42200 NenL.0-1 1 22212 HBP—by Mimbs (Veras), by Chariton (Veras), by Mimbs (Dawson), by Mimbs (Pendlelon), by Malhews (Morandini), by Weathers (Stocker). WP—Weathers. T—3:56. A—19,348. • The Philadelphia Phillies scored two runs in the 10th inning for victory over the Florida Marlins, shaking off Gary Sheffield's game-tying grand slam wilh two out in Ihe ninlh.Sheffield was the lirst batter Heathcliff Slocumb faced in the game and it was his second pitch that cleared the left-Held fence and made it a 7-7 game. Late boxscores MONDAY'S NATIONAL LEAGUE PADRES 7, CARDINALS 5 ST. LOUIS SAN DIEGO abrhbl abrhbl Gilkey II 5121 Roberts II 5110 OSmith ss 3011 Finley cf 3111 Lnkfrdcl 4110 TGwynrf 4112 Zeile 1b 3112 EWIms 1b 4010 BJrdn rt 4000 Cminiti 3b 4121 Cooper 3b 4010 Cedeno ss 3000 Pgnozzi c 4110 Holbert ss 0000 Cramer2b 2000 JoReed2b 3100 Mabry ph 1000 Asmus c 4142 Oqendo2b 1000 SSndrsp 2110 KHill p 1000 Bctlrp 0000 Walson p 2121 PCIark ph 1000 DeLcia p 0000 BWIms p 0000 Arocha p 0000 Tabaka p 0000 Perry ph 1000 Hrmns p 0000 Plgneph 1011 Bimen p 0000 Totals 35595 Totals 347127 St. Louis 000 320 000—5 San Diego 104 000 02x—7 DP—St. Louis 1, San Diego 1. LOB—St. Louis 5, San Diego 6.2B—Watson (3), TGwynn (3). Camlnili (5). HR-Gilkey (2), Zeile (3), Finley (1), Ausmus (1). SB—Roberts (5). S—Hoi- bert. IP H RER BB SO St. Louis KHill 3 75500 Walson 32-3 2 0 0 1 1 DeLuciaL,0-2 2-31 221 0 Arocha 2-320000 San Diego SSanders 5 65516 Bochtler 1 00001 BWilliams 1-32001 1 Tabaka 2-300000 Hrmns W.3-0 1 10000 BerumenS.1 1 00000 KHill pitched lo 1 batter In the 4th, SSanders pitched to 1 batter In the 6th. WP—SSanders. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Runge; Second, DeMuth; Third, Bell. T—2:47. A-6,758. DODGERS 4, PIRATES 0 PITTSBURGH LOS ANGELS abrhbl abrhbl Brmlld cf 4000 DeShld 2b 4110 JBell ss 3000 Offrmn ss 3230 Martin If 2000' Mndsi cf 4113 DCIark rt 4000 Karros 1b 3001 King 3b 3010 HRdrgz rt 4000 Jhnsontb 3000 AshleyII 3010 Parent c 3000 Seanez p 0000 CGrcia2b 3000 TdWrlp 0000 Wagner p 1000 Hanson 3b 4010 Liriano ph 1000 CaHndz c 4000 Mccrryp 0000 RMrtnzp 3010 Sasser ph 1000 RWIms If 1000 Dyer p 0000 Totali 28 0 1 0 Totali 33 4 8 4 Pittsburgh 000 000 000—0 Los Angeles 300 010 OOx—4 LOB—Pittsburgh 5, Los Angeles 8. 3B—Offer- man (2). HR—Mondesi (7). SB—King (2), DeShields (8). IP H HER BB SO Pittsburgh Wagner L.0-5 5 64435 Mccurry 2 20000 Dyer 1 00000 Los Angeles RM'tinez W.4-1 7 10035 Seane 1 00001 TdWorrell 1 00010 WP—Wagner, Mccurry. Umpires—Home, Gorman; First, Wendelst- edt; Second, Danley; Third, Kellogg. T—2:38. A—35,691. League leaders By The Associated Press THROUGH MONDAY AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING—Murray, Cleveland, .422; CDavis, California, .403; Baerga, Cleveland, .373; Carter, Toronto, .373; Ramirez, Cleveland, .367; RAIomar, Toronto, .366; EMartinez, Seattle, .364. RUNS—Berroa, Oakland, 21; JnValentin. Boston, 18; ByAnderson, Baltimore, 18; McG- wire, Oakland, 17; Ramirez, Cleveland, 16; Sprague, Toronto, 16; 5 are tied with 15. RBI—McGwire, Oakland, 20; MVaughn, Boston, 19; Sorrento, Cleveland, 19; Ramirez. Cleveland, 18; Sprague. Toronto, 17; Murray, Cleveland, 17; RAIomar, Toronto, 16; Tetllelon, Texas, 16; CDavis, Calitomia, 16; Raines, Chicago, 16. HITS—Carter, Toronto, 28; CDavis, California, 27; Murray, Cleveland, 27; RAtomar, Toronto, 26; While, Toronto, 26; Baerga, Cleveland, 25; Tinsley, Boston, 24; McLemore, Texas, 24; Nixon, Texas, 24. DOUBLES—Belle, Cleveland, 9; Oliver, Milwaukee, 8; DiSarcina, California, 7; 9 are tied with 6. TRIPLES—White, Toronto, 4; ACole, Minnesota, 2; DiSarcina, California, 2; JeClark, Minnesota, 2; RAIomar, Toronto, 2; ByAnderson, Baltimore, 2; 22 are lied wilh 1. HOME RUNS—MVaughn, Boston, 8; Berroa, Oakland, 7; RAIomar, Toronto, 6; McGwire, Oakland, 6; Tetlleton, Texas, 6; 8 are tied with 5. STOLEN BASES—Knoblauch, Minnesota, 8; Nixon, Texas, 6; RHenderson, Oakland, 6; Tinsley, Boston, 5; RAIomar, Toronto. 5; LJohnson, Chicago, 5; Goodwin, Kansas City, 4; MVaughn, Boston, 4; McLemore, Texas, 4. PITCHING (2 Decisions)—15 are tied with 1.000. STRIKEOUTS—Appier, Kansas City, 41; RJohnson. Seattle, 36; Slottlemyre, Oakland, 26; Finley, Calitomia, 21; Cone, Toronto, 20; Bere, Chicago, 18; Eldred, Milwaukee, 18; JMc- Dowell, New York, 18; Rogers, Texas, 18; Langston, California, 18. SAVES—LeSmith, California, 6; Wetteland, New York, 5; Aguilera, Minnesota, 5; Eckersley, Oakland, 5; Ayala. Seattle, 4; Russell, Texas, 4; Lloyd, Milwaukee, 3; RHemandez, Chicago, 3; Mesa, Cleveland, 3; Montgomery, Kansas City, 3. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING—Larkin, Cincinnati, .426; Karros, Los Angeles, .425; Girardi, Colorado, .409; TG- wynn, San Diego, .397; Tarasco, Montreal, .393; Offerman, Los Angeles, .383; Bichette, Colorado, .372. RUNS—Mondesi, Los Angeles, 21; DHollins, Philadelphia, 20; Offerman, Los Angeles, 18; Bichette, Colorado, 17; Larkin, Cincinnati, 17; Finley, San Diego, 16; TGwynn, San Diego, 16. RBI—MaWilliams, San Francisco, 23; Monde- si, Los Angeles, 20; King, Pittsburgh, 20; Bichetle, Colorado, 19; Karros, Los Angeles, 18; Girardi, Colorado, 18; Conine, Florida, 17; Gant, Cincinnati. 17; Caminiti, San Diego, 17. HITS—Karros, Los Angeles. 31; Gilkey, St. Louis, 29; Bichetle, Colorado, 29; Larkin, Cincinnati, 29; TGwynn, San Diego. 29; Girardi, Colorado, 27; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 26; MaW- illiams, San Francisco, 26. DOUBLES—Lankford, St. Louis, 10; Karros, Los Angeles, 8; McRae, Chicago, 8; Grace, Chicago, 8; Alou, Montreal, 7; Tarasco, Montreal, 6; King, Pittsburgh, 6; Bichette, Colorado, 6; GHill, San Francisco, 6. TRIPLES—Larkin, Cincinnati, 3; Grudzielanek, Montreal, 2; JLopez, Atlanta, 2; Offerman, Los Angeles, 2; McRae, Chicago, 2; DeShields, Los Angeles, 2: Hayes. Philadelphia, 2; Bonilla, New York, 2. HOME RUNS—MaWilliams. San Francisco, 8; Mondesi, Los Angeles, 7; Sosa, Chicago, 6; Bichetle, Colorado, 6; Gant, Cincinnati, 6; LWalker. Colorado, 5; GHill, San Francisco, 5. STOLEN BASES—Sheffield, Florida, 10; Larfkin, Cincinnati, 9; Veras, Florida. 8; DeShields, Los Angeles, 6; DSanders, Cincinnati. 8; Mouton, Houston, 6; BJordan, SI. Louis, 6; Weiss, Colorado, 6. Colby C.C. opens district baseball against Meramec By The Journal Staff COLBY — Colby Community College will play host to Meramec Community College of St. Louis in the NJCAA District Baseball Championship Series this weekend. The best-of-three series will begin with a doubleheader at noon Friday. A third game, if necessary, will be played Saturday at 1 p.m. Colby (32-13) earned a spot in the district playoffs by winning two of three games with Cowley County last weekend in the Region VI Championship Series. Meanwhile, Meramec (35-15), captured the Region XVI Tournament. The winner of the District Series will advance to the 10-team NJCAA World Series in Grand Junction, Colo., May 27-June 3. • ALL-KCAC BASEBALL TEAM: Kansas Wesleyan placed four members and Bethany one on the All-Kansas Conference baseball team. Wesleyan was represented on the first team by senior catcher Joe Roche from Salina, junior third baseman Gunnar Kickhaefer from Herington, senior pitcher Jason Dana and junior utility player Guy Mclntire. Bethany freshman outfielder Sean Spoontz also was named to the 19-member first team. Dana and Spoontz were unanimous choices. Outfielder-pitcher Beau Easier of Ottawa was selected as the conference's Player of the Year, while Ottawa's Jarrod Titus and Friends' Derik Dukes were named as co-Coaches of the Year. Ottawa, Friends and Tabor finished as tri-KCAC champions, while Ottawa won the conference's playoff to determine the KCAC representative in the NAIA Great Plains Region Tournament that begins today in Hastings (Neb.). The complete all-conference team appears in today's Scoreboard, Page B4. • COLBY TRACK UPDATE: At Colby, Colby Community College qualified six athletes to the NJCAA Outdoor Track and Field Championships this week in Odessa, Texas. Qualifying for the Trojans were the women's 3,200 relay team of Lyn Ann Bachelor, Riki Foos, Meghan Barlow and Kay Mannebach; Angela Burgess in the long jump; Mannebach in the 1,500 and 3,000 meters; and Corey Keesling in the men's 1,500. • ALL-NJCAA SOFTBALL: Cloud County's Lisa Cartier and Kathleen Apolzer along with Colby's Claudia Becho were named to the All-NJCAA Region VI softball team. Cartier, a sophomore pitcher, compiled a 15-2 record and 1.77 ERA during the regular season, while Apolzer, a sophomore first baseman, batted .459 and knocked in 34 runs. Apolzer was named as a utility player. Becho, a sophomore second baseman, batted a school-record .437 this season for Colby. She also set school single-season marks for most home runs (five), triples (six), total bases (93) and slugging percentage (.688) and scored a team- leading 41 runs. Colby's Tina Maclntyre was named to the second team as a utility player, while Brown Mackie outfielder-pitcher Tami Graham was an honorable mention choice. Two Salina South graduates now playing for Butler County — catcher Liz Bainter and second baseman Joni Jahnke — also were recognized. Bainter was named to the second team, while Jahnke was an honorable mention choice. The complete All-Region VI team appears in today's Scoreboard, Page B4. • HOC ALL-SPORTS AWARD: Baker University won the third annual Heart of America Athletic Conference All-Sports Award. During the 1994-95 athletic year, Baker accumulated 96 points and won five conference championships — men's cross country, men's soccer, women's soccer, women's tennis and men's golf. The all-sports award is Baker's second, winning in 1992-93 as well. Salina Journal 823-6363 TOLL FREE 1 -800-827-6363 Mon - Fri 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. Saturday 8:00 a.m. to Noon LEGALS LEGALS LEGALS (First Published In The • Salina Journal May 10.1995) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF ' SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS ; PROBATE SECTION Jn Ihe matter of the Estate of Avon Selleck, Deceased • NOTICE OF APPOINTMENT OF EXECUTRIX AND ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 95-CVP-39 The State of Kansas to All Persons Concerned: Notice is hereby given to the preditors, heirs, devisees and legatees of Avon Selleck, deceased, and all others concerned, that on the 5th day of May. 1995, a Petition for Probate of Will and Issuance of Letters Testamentary was filed herein by Lois Barber, Executrix named in the Last Will and Testament of Avon Selleck, deceased, and that on the 5th day of May, 1995, the undersigned was by the District Court of Saline County, Kansas, duly appointed and qualified as Executrix of the Estate of Avon Selleck, deceased. ' All parties interested in said Estate will take notice and govern themselves accordingly. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against said Estate within four months from the date of first publication of this notice, as provided by law. and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shal be forever barred. Lois Barber Executrix WILLIAM E. GUSENIUS Box 328 Lindsborg, Kansas 67456 913-227-3632 Attorney for Executrix (3tsp) (Firs! Published In The Salina Journal May 16, 1995) NOTICE TO VEHICLE AND EQUIPMENT DEALERS SEALED BIDS are now being accepted by the City of Salina, Kansas on the following vehicles and equipment: Two Truck Chassis Wastewater Truck/Sewer Cleaning Unit Detailed specifications may be obtained from the City Clerk's Office, City-County Building, Suite 206, 300 W. Ash, Salina, Kansas, 67401, (913) 826-7240. Bids will be accepted at the address above until June 6, 1995, 10:00 a.m., at which time they will be publicly opened and read aloud in Room 200. Late bids will be returned unopened. Fax bids will not be accepted. The Board of Commissioners reserves the right to reject any or all bids with or without cause and to waive any irregularities within or technicalities under the specifications. Judy D. Long City Clerk (31) (Published In The Salina Journal May 17, 1995) ORDINANCE NO. 330 AN ORDINANCE ESTABLISHING THE MONTHLY RATES TO BE CHARGED FOR REFUSE SERVICE FURNISHED TO ANY CUSTOMER IN THE CITY OF ASSARIA AND PROVIDING FOR THE METHOD OF COLLECTION THEREOF AND REPEALING ANY ORDINANCE OR RESOLUTION IN CONFLICT THEREWITH. BE IT ORDAINED by the Governing Body of the City of Assaria, Kansas; SECTION 1. That the monthly Refuse rates to be charged and collected to any resident of the City of Assaria shall be as follows: (a). For each residence or dwelling unit from which refuse is collected each month, the sum of Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents ($7.50). (b) For each business from which refuse is collected each month, the sum of Seven and Fifty Cents ($7.50), or a special dumpsler rate. (c) For each Commercial business from which refuse is collected each month with the following containers the sum is: 1 1/2 yard containers per month $29.50 2 yard containers per month $37.26 3 yard containers per month $45.89 4 yard containers per month $65.00 6 yard containers per month $73.49 (d) For a Commercial business that is contracted cut as the Refuse pickup truck is not large enough to haul this, the sum of One Hundred Eighty Dollars and No/100 Cents will be collected. SECTION 2. To require all residential parties to store all trash and refuse in Carts provided by the sanitation company. Grass clippings and leaves shall be placed in plastic bags. Limit, 2 bags (30 gallon size) per pick up. No grass in Carts. Tree limbs limited lo 1-inch or less in diameter and 3 feet or less in length. Tie in small arm load bunches or placed in piles with all limbs lying in the same direction Carts shall be placed on the parking if no alley access available. SECTION 3. That the sanitation company shall not be obligated to remove any dead animals from any premises. SECTION 4. That any refuse such as refrigerators, washers dryers, divans, or excessive amounts of remodeling materials will be charged directly to that customer by the sanitation company. SECTION 5. The above Refuse fee shall be due and payable on oi before the 10th day of each month and if not paid by said date shal be considered delinquent and an additional charge of 10% shall be added to the gross amount of the billing. If said bill and additiona charge is not paid within 10 days after a bill is delinquent, a delinquency and termination notice shal be mailed to the customer which shall indicated the amount of the unpaid balance, the customers right to a hearino and notice thai service will be terminated in ten days if the bill remains unpaid After the expiration of said 10 days the department is authorized to discontinue service for any customer who shall be delinquent in the payment of bills. In the event service is discontinued the customer shall be required to pay a :harge of Ten Dollars ($10.00) before the service reinstated. SECTION 6. Any Ordinance or Resolutions in conflict with the provisions of this Ordinance are hereby repealed. SECTION 7. This Ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after its adoption and publication in the official City newspaper. Adopted by the City Council and signed by the Mayor this 6th day of March, 1995. /s/RE Johnson Mayor ATTEST: /s/Clara B. O'Dell City Clerk (1t) (First Published In The Salina Journal May 15, 1995) NOTICE TO MOWING PROVIDERS SEALED BIDS (faxed bids are not accepted) addressed to the City of Salina, Kansas, Street Division, Attention: Director of General Services, and endorsed "Bid on Mowing Services" will be received in Room 206 of the City-County Building, 300 West Ash Street, Salina, Kansas up to 10:00 A.M., Tuesday, May 30, 1995. Bids received later than this hour and date will be returned unopened. Detailed specifications may be obtained from the Director of General Services, 412 East Ash Street, Salina, Kansas 67401 (913)826-7380. The Director of General Services reserves the right to reject any or all bids with or without cause and to waive any iregularities therein or technicalities under the specifications. CITY OF SALINA KANSAS Judy D. Long Cily Clerk (31) (First Published In The Salina Journal May 3, 1995) IN THE TWENTY EIGHTH JUDICIAL DISTRICT DISTRICT COURT, SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS PROBATE DEPARTMENT In the Matter of the Estate of JANICE I. WOODS, Deceased ursuant to Chapter 59, K.S.A. NOTICE TO CREDITORS Case No. 95 CUP 19 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that on :he 22nd day of March, 1995, a Petition was filed in this Court by Darian L. Bebout, praying that the _ast Will and Testamont of Janice I. Woods, dated January 6,1995, and filed with the Petition be admitted to probate and record, that he be appointed as executor, and that he be granted Letters Testamentary. All creditors are notified to exhibit their demands against the estate within four months from the date of first publication of this Notice, as provided by law, and if their demands are not thus exhibited, they shall be forever barred. Darian L. Bebout Petitioner (3tsp) (First Published In The Salina Journal May 10, 1995) IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF SALINE COUNTY, KANSAS In the Matter of the Estate of ORA E. HUMPERT, deceased. NOTICE OF HEARING ON PETITION FOR FINAL SETTLEMENT Case No. 94 CVP 109 THE STATE OF KANSAS TO ALL PERSONS CONCERNED: You are hereby notified that a petition has been filed on May 3, 1995, in said Court by Mary A. Morrison, executor of the Will of Ora E. Humpert, deceased, praying for final settlement of the estate, approval of her acts, proceedings and accounts as executor, allowance for executor's fees and expenses, determination of Ihe heirs, devisees and legatees entitled to the estate, and assign- ment to them In accordance with the will of ORA E. HUMPERT, deceased. You are hereby required to file your written defenses thereto on or before the 7th day of June, 1995 at 9:00 o'clock a.m. in The Saline County District Court, Salina, Kansas, at which time and place said cause will be heard. Should you fail therein, judgment and decree will be entered in due course upon said petition. ROBERT L. CONSTABLE, ATTORNEY AT LAW 256 SOUTH SANTA FE, P.O. BOX 953 SALINA, KS 67402-0953 (913)827-5505 attorney for petitioner (3tsp) FUNERAL DIRECTORS & MONUMENTS SPECIAL NOTICES THE GEISENDORF RUSH SMITH FUNERAL HOME Serving Saline County Since 1906 Roger H. Brent "Working For You 1 For Your Convenience WE WELCOME CREDIT CARDS. can 823-6363 CLASSIFIED "Working For You" I Classified Line • Ad Deadlines (Excludes all borders & artwork) Publication Day Deadline Sunday 1:00 pm Friday Monday 10:00 am Saturday Tuesday 1:00 pm Monday Wednesday 1:00 pm Tuesday Thursday 1:00 pm Wednesday Friday 1:00 pm Thursday Saturday 10:00am Friday Subject to change for holidays Use the Classified section of the Salina Journal to sell your golf clubs, or any other sports equipment you have for sale. We'll help you reach 7 out of 10 households in Saline County. 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