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C2 SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1996 SPORTS THE SAUNA JOURNAL TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL Noon — Major League Baseball. NY Yankees at Boston; Baltimore at Toronto or California at Texas, FOX. cable 4. 3 p.m. — Ma|or League Baseball, San Diego at Los Angeles. FOX, cable 7. ,. 3:05 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Pittsburgh at Chicago Cubs, WGN. cable 44. 6:30 p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Montreal, WTBS, cable 42, 7 p.m. — Major league Baseball, Chicago White Sox at Minnesota, WGN, cable 44. FOOTBALL 7 a.m. — Australian Rules Football. Oualitying finals and Semifinals. ESPN2. cable 39. 11 a.m. — NCAA Football. Navy at Boston College, ESPN2. cable 39. 11:30 a.m. — NCAA Football, Missouri at Iowa Slate. WIBW, cable 5; WDAF. cable 7, KWCH, cable 12. 11:30 a.m. — NCAA Football, Northwestern al Indiana. ESPN, cable 38. 1:30 p.m. — NCAA Football, Ohio State at Notre Damo. NBC. cable 3.13. 2 p.m. — NCAA Football, Southern Mississippi at Louisville. PRIME, cable 37, 43. 2:30 p.m. — NCAA Football, Colorado at Texas ASM. ABC. cable 9.10. 5 p.m. — NCAA Football. Maryland at West Virginia. ESPN2. cable 39. 6:30 p.m. — NCAA Football, Texas al Virginia. ESPN, cable 38. 8 p.m. — NCAA Football, Kansas at Utah. ES- PN2. cable 39. GOLF 2:30 p.m. — PGA Goll. Buick Challenge, ES- PN2, cable 39. 4 p.m. — Senior PGA Goll. Vantage Championship, ESPN, cable 38. RADIO BASEBALL 6:40 p.m. — Major League Baseball. Clove• land at Kansas City, KSAL, 1150-AM. FOOTBALL ,., 8:30 a.m. — High School Football, Coaches Comer, KSAL. 1150-AM. •• ' 10:45 a.m. — NCAA Football. UCLA al Michigan. KSAL. 1150-AM. 7 p.m. — NAIA Foolball. Kansas Wesleyan at •-' Southwestern, KSKG. 99,9-FM. 8 p.m. - NCAA Football. Kansas al Utah. Kl- NA, 910-AM; KSAJ, 98.5-FM. GENERAL . w 2:30 p.m. — Gametime, KSAL, 1150-AM. Football NFL standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Indianapolis 4 0 0 1.000 76 50 ' Buflalo 3 1 0 .750 56 61 . Miami 3 1 0 .750 104 57 New England 2 2 0 .500 79 66 NY Jets 0 4 0 .000 46 101 Central Houston 2 1 0 .667 82 60 Pittsburgh 2 1 0 .667 64 47 Baltimore 1 2 0 .333 49 74 Cincinnati 1 2 0 .333 60 68 --'Jacksonville 1 3 0 .250 79 88 I West J<ansas City 4 0 0 1.000 91 53 Denver 3 1 0 .750 102 66 San Diego 3 1 0 .750 106 97 .^Oakland 1 3 0 .250 68 81 Seattle 1 3 0 .250 61 107 - : ' NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel. PF PA 1% " Philadelphia 3 1 0 .750 87 88 , .Washington 3 1 0 .750 72 40 '- Arizona 1 3 0 .250 51 103 '" Dallas 1 3 0 .250 64 57 NY Giants 1 3 0 .250 43 87 i,, Central ... Minnesota 4 0 0 1.000 90 65 'Green Bay 3 1 0 .750 136 56 Detroil 2 2 0 .500 86 63 -;„ Chicago 1 3 0 .250 55 71 . Tampa Bay 0 4 0 .000 45 99 :i,, West • Carolina 3 0 0 1.000 74 33 •"'SanFrancisco 2 1 0 .667 68 34 St. Louis 1 2 0 .333 36 67 f -..Atlanta P 3 0 .000 41 85 New Orleans 0 4 0 .000 60 107 • ' Sunday's games [ Carolina al Jacksonville, Noon Denver at Cincinnati, Noon Delroit at Tampa Bay, Noon Houston al Pittsburgh, Noon 1 t Minnesota at NY Giants, Noon New Orleans at Baltimore, Noon . - Oakland at Chicago, Noon Atlanta at San Francisco, 3p.m. Green Bay at Seattle, 3 p.m. Kansas City at San Diego, 3 p.m. St. Louis at Arizona, 3 p.m. • NY Jets at Washington, 7 p.m. ' ' Open date; Buffalo, Indianapolis. Miami, New ."."England rjt . Monday' games Dallas at Philadelphia, 6 p.m. Big 12 standings '. BIG 12 CONFERENCE • > North Division Conference All Games "" W L W L Kansas State 10 40 .. .Kansas 00 20 ""Colorado 00 21 -"•"Nebraska 00 11 .Iowa Stale 0 0 1 Missouri 0 1 1 - ' South Division Conference All Games W L W L "'Texas 10 21 Texas Tech 1 1 1 Baylor 00 3 "•'- Texas A&M 0 0 1 J, Oklahoma 00 0 i, Oklahoma Stale 0 1 3 Saturday's games Missouri at Iowa Stale, 11:30 a.m.; Colorado State at Nebraska, 1 p.m.; Tulsa at Oklahoma 1:30 p.m.; Colorado al Texas A&M, 2:30 p.m ' Utah State at Texas Tech, 6:30 p.m.; Texas a • Virginia, 6:30 p.m.; Kansas al Utah, 6:05 p.m. ' KCAC standings KANSAS COLLEGIATE ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W Bethel 1 0 1 Friends 1 0 1 McPherson 1 0 1 Southwestern 1 0 1 Bethany 00 0 Kansas Wesleyan 0 1 0 Ottawa 0 1 0 Sterling 0 1 0 Tabor 0 1 0 Saturday's games , Bethany at Ottawa. 1:30 p.m.; Peru State Neb. at Friends, 6 p.m.; Bethel at McPherson, ~ p.m.; Kansas Wesleyan al Southwestern, p.m.; Sterling at Tabor, 7 p.m. RMAC standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Game; W L W L Adams State 10 30 Chadron Slate 1 0 3 fort Lewis 1 0 2 Nebraska-Kearney 1 0 1 Western State 0 0 1 Fort Hays State 0 1 2 New Mexico Highlands 0 1 2 Colorado Mines 0 1 1 Mesa State 0 1 0 Saturday'* game* Adams State at Mesa State, 2 p.m.; Nebraska Kearney at Chadron State, 2 p.m.; Coloradc Mines at Fort Lewis, 2 p.m.; New Mexico High lands al Western Slate, 2 p.m.; Fort Hays Slat Idle. MIAA standings MID-AMERICA INTERCOLLEGIATE ATHLETICS ASSOCIATION Conference All Garnet Northwest Missouri ^issouri Southern Pittsburg State .Waahbum • Truman Slate Central Missouri I llltsouri Western », Southwest Baptist W 1 1 1 1 1 0 0 0 0 W 3 2 1 1 1 2 2 2 0 mporla State 01 03 Saturday's garnet Mlssouri-Rolla at Northwest Missouri State. :30 pm.; Washbum al Truman Stale, 1:30 .m ; Emporta State at Missouri Western, 6 p.m.; :entral Missouri State al Missouri Southern. 7 '.m.; Southwest Baptist at Pittsburg State. 7 '.m. HOA standings HEART OF AMERICA ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W 1 W 2 2 MAmerica Nazarene lenedictine 1 ivangel 1 iaker 1 Graceland I Culver-Slockton 1 Central Methodist 0 William Jewell 0 Missouri Valley 01 02 Lindenwood 02 12 Saturday's games Benedictine al Culver-Stockton. 1:30 p.m.; Mi- dAmerica Nazarene at William Jewell. 1:30 p.m.; Missouri Valley at Central Methodist. 1:30 p.m.; Evangel at Lindenwood. 7 p.m.: Baker al Grace- and, 7:30 p.m. Juco standings KANSAS JAYHAWK CC CONFERENCE Conference All Garnet W L W L jOffeyville 30 30 Hutchinson 31 31 Butler County 21 31 Garden City 21 31 Fort Scott 21 22 Highland 13 .13 ndepenuence 13 13 Dodge City 04 04 Saturday's games Haskell at Highland 7 p.m.; CoHeyville at Inde- >endence. 7:30 p.m.; Fort Scott at Butler Coun- y. 7:30 p.m.; Garden City al Dodge City, 7:30 ).m.; Air Force Prep at Hutchinson, 7:30 p.m. Harrah's odds RENO. Nev (AP) — Updated odds lor the col- ege and professional football games this weekend from Harrah's Reno Sports Casino: COLLEGE FOOTBALL Saturday Miami -36 vs. Pittsburgh Boston College -6 vs. Navy Clemson -15 vs. Wake Forest Purdue -4Vi vs. North Carolina Stale Florida -36 vs. Kentucky South Carolina -1 vs. Mississippi Slate Penn Stale -8V4 at Wisconsin Nebraska -36 vs. Colorado Stale Northwestern -3'A at Indiana Brigham Young -14V4 vs. Southern Methodist Air Force-16 vs, Rice Iowa State -3 vs. Missouri Ohio Slate -3 al Notre Dame Oklahoma -9 V4 vs. Tulsa Louisville -3Vi vs.Southem Mississippi Colorado -3 V4 at Texas A&M Syracuse -1 vs. Virginia Tech Florida State -17 vs. North Carolina Michigan -8 vs. UCLA California -16 vs. Oregon State Wyoming off at UNLV Washington State -27 vs. San Jose Slate West Virginia -12".> vs. Maryland x-Arkansas -22V*. vs. NE Louisiana Virginia -3 Vi vs. Texas New Mexico -5 vs. Texas Christian Kansas-2% at Utah Arizona State -12 vs. Oregon Fresno Stale -19 vs. Hawaii x-al Little Rock, Ark. NFL Sunday Chicago -2 vs. Oakland Baltimore -5'^ vs. New Orleans Minnesota -5V: al NY Giants Denver -3 at Cincinnati Pittsburgh -5 V4 vs. Houston Detroit -614 at Tampa Bay Carolina -2'/^ al Jacksonville San Francisco -12 vs. Atlanta San Diego -2 vs. Kansas City Arizona -1 vs. St. Louis Green Bay -9 V4 al Seattle Washington-8 V4 vs. NY Jets Monday Philadelphia -2 'A vs. Dallas College scores EAST Johns Hopkins 24, King's 19 Rowan 45, Jersey City St. 17 SI. John's, NY 43, Fairlield 22 W. Connecticut 19, Wm. Paterson 7 Westfield St. 24, Fitchburg St. 14 Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB x-NewYork 91 69 .569 — Baltimore • 87 73 .544 4 Boston 84 76 .525 7 Toronto 73 87 .456 18 Delroit 53 107 .331 38 Central Division W L Pet. GB x-Cleveland 98 61 .616 — Chicago 85 75 .531 13V4 Milwaukee 78 82 .488 20 V4 Minnesota 76 84 .475 22 'A Kansas City 74 85 .465 24 West Division W L Pet GB Texas 88 71 .553 — Seattle 84 74 .532 3Vi Oakland 76 63 .476 12 California 69 89 .437 18Vi x-cllnched division title Thursday's results Oakland 7, Seattle 5 Boston 5, New York 3 Baltimore 4, Toronto 1 Texas 6, California 5 Friday's results Boston 7, New York 5 Toronto 3, Baltimore 2 Kansas City 11, Cleveland 6 Chicago 4, Minnesota 2 Milwaukee 7, Delroit 6, 5V4 Innings, rain California al Texas, (n) Seattle at Oakland, (n) Saturday's games New York (Pettitte 21-8) at Boston (Clemens 10-12), 12:05 p.m. California (Finley 15-15) at Texas (Oliver 136), 12:05 p.m. Baltimore (Mussina 19-11) at Toronto (Hanson 13-17), 12:05 p.m. Seattle (Hitchcock 13-9) at Oakland (Wasdin 8-7), 3:05 p.m. Milwaukee (Eldred 3-4) al Detroit (Moehler 00), 6:05 p.m. Chicago (Alvarez 15-10) at Minnesota (Miller 1-2), 7:05 p.m. Cleveland (McDowell 13-9) al Kansas City (Haney 10-14), 7:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB x-Atlanla 95 65 .594 — Montreal 87 73 .544 6 Florida 80 80 .500 15 New York 70 90 .438 25 Philadelphia 66 94 .413 29 Central Division W L Pet. GB X-SI. Louis 87 73 .544 — Cincinnati 80 80 .500 7 Houston 60 80 .500 7 Chicago 76 84 .475 11 Pittsburgh 71 69 .444 16 West Division W L Pel GB y-Los Angeles 90 69 .566 — San Diego 68 71 .553 2 Colorado 82 78 .513 8'/4 San Francisco 67 93 .419 23V 2 x-clinched division title Thursday's results Cincinnati 12, Chicago 4 Houston 6, New York 2 Florida 7, Atlanta 1 Montreal 6, Philadelphia 2 San Francisco 6, Los Angeles 1 Friday's results Pittsburgh 7, Chicago 4,10 innings, 1st game Chicago 10, Pittsburgh 9,2nd game Florida 3, Houston 2 Atlanta 6, Montreal 4 Philadelphia 6, New York 5 SI Louis 2, Cincinnati 1,11 innings San Francisco 9, Colorado 3 San Diego al Los Angeles (n) Saturday'* game* Cincinnati (Morgan 6-10) al SI. Louis (Jackson 0-1), 1:25 p.m. San Francisco (Bourgeois 1-3) at Colorado Today's schedule SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28 BASEBALL Cleveland Indians al Kansas City Royals, 7.05 p.m, CROSS COUNTRY Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor Invitational, 10 a.m. FOOTBALL Kansas at Utah. 8 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Souhwestem. 7 p.m. Bethany at Ottawa, 1:30 p.m. SOCCER Kansas Wesleyan at Tabor. 1-3 p.m. TENNIS Sallna Central at Sallna South Invitational. 9 a.m. VOLLEYBALL Salina Central, Salina South al Newton, 8 a.m. Sacred Heart at Herington, 9 a.m. Rekar 2-4), 2:05 p.m. Pittsburgh (Schmidl 5-6) at Chicago (Trachsel 3-9), 3:05 p.m. San Diego (Ashby 9-5} at Los Angeles (Nomo 6-11). 3:05 p.m. Philadelphia (Madura 0-0) at New York (Peron 3-5), 6:10 p.m. Atlanta (Maddux 15-11) al Montreal (M Letter 1-11), 6:35 p.m. Florida (Helling 2-1) al Houston (Darwin 2-2), ':05 p.m. American League ROYALS 11, INDIANS 6 CLEVELAND KANSAS CITY abrhbl abrhbl .olton cl 5010 Ollrmn 2b 3332 SeiUerdh 5010 RbMyrcl 5132 'home 3b 4121 Randa 3b 5013 Belle If 4110 Paqllelb 5001 Franco 1b 4110 Nunlylf 5000 MRmrz rl 3212 Vitlello dh 4120 SAImr c 3020 TGdwn dh 0100 Giles ph 1000 Damon rl 4221 'izquel ss 3010 Sweeny c 3321 NWIson ph 1112 DHwrd ss 2000 Vzcaino2b 4010 'otals 376125 Totals 36111310 Cleveland 000 300 012— 6 Kansas City 110 032 04X-11 E—SAIomar (8). DP—Kansas City 2. LOB— Cleveland 5, Kansas City 6.2B—Belle (37), Rb- Myers (7), Randa (23). HR—Thome (38), MRamirez (33), NWilson (2), Sweeney (4). SB— 'Goodwin (66), Damon (23), Sweeney (1). CS—Vizcaino (2). S—DHoward. IP H RER BB SO Cleveland HershiserL,15-9 5 75522 imbree 1 32203 Shuey 1 00001 Assenmacher 1-33 4 4 1 0 Graves 2-300000 Kansas City RosadoW,8-6 5 83305 Bevil 3 21102 Bluma 1 22210 HBP—by Assenmacher (Sweeney). WP— Embree, Rosado, Bluma. Umpires—Home, McCoy; First, Ford; Second, ^eriwether; Third, Evans. T—2:52. A—15,939 (40,625), RED SOX 7, YANKEES 5 NEW YORK BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl DJelerss 5000 Braggcf 4023 Boggs 3b 4 1 2 0 Frye 2b 4110 Fox 3b 1000 MVghn dh 3110 O'Neill rl 3021 Jflrson Ib 4011 Raines II 2100 Gmwll II 4020 Fielder dh 4221 Tlnsleycf 0100 TMrtnzlb 4010 NQcprass 3123 Aldrete II 3111 O'Lery rf 4000 Hayes 3b 1000 Hllberg c 3210 Girardi c 2011 Pozo 3b 3110 Sojo2b 4011 RRivra cf 4000 otals 37 510 5 Totals 32 711 7 New York 100 003 010—5 Boston 121 110 01 x—7 E—Frye (9), Jefferson (3). DP—New York 2. LOB—New York 7, Boston 4. 2B—Boggs (29), O'Neill (35), Bragg 2 (25), Hatteberg (1). HR— Fielder (39), NGarciaparra (4). SB—Frye (17), Tinsley (6). S—Girardi. SF—NGarciaparra. IP H RER BB SO New York GoodenL,11-7 5 86626 'avlas 2 10001 Lloyd 0 11100 JNelson 1 10001 Boston SeleW,7-11 6 74418 Lacy 121100 Eshelman 0 10000 Mahomes 1 00000 SlocumbS,31 1 00000 Lacy pitched to 1 batter in the 8th, Eshelman pitched to 1 batter in the 8lh, Lloyd pitched to 1 batter in the 8th. WP—Gooden. Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, O'Nora; Second, Reilly; Third, Cederstrom. T—2:53. A—32,573(33,871). BLUE JAYS 3, ORIOLES 2 BALTIMORE TORONTO ab r h bl 4121 1000 3010 ByAdsn cl RAImr 2b BRpkn 2b Zeile 3b RPmro 1b Bonilla rf Dvraux pr CRpken ss Murray dh Trsco pr Surtiofl II Parent c Holies ph Totals Baltimore Toronto Brmlld cl Crespo 2b TPerez 2b 4000 CDIgdodh 4010 Carter II 3000 RPerez II Sprgue 3b Olerudlb Samuel Ib O'Brien c Green rf ab r h bl 4000 4110 0000 4 0 2 0 2 0 3 1 1 0 0100 4010 4011 Samuel Ib 2000 0000 O'Brien c 3000 3010 Green rl 2010 3000 AGnzIz ss 1100 1000 34 2 7 2 Totals 28 3 7 3 001 000 001—2 012 000 OOx—3 DP—Baltimore 2. LOB—Baltimore 7, Toronto 6.2B—BRipken (8). Murray (21), Sprague (35). HR—ByAnderson (49). SB—AGonzalez (16). CS—Green (1). IP H RER BB SO Baltimore EricksonL,13-12 62-3 6 3 3 3 5 Orosco 2-30000 1 TeMathews 2-31 0002 Toronto Quanlrill . 3 31102 FlenerW,3-2 4 20010 Spoljaric 1 10000 Timlin S,30 1 11112 HBP—by Erickson (Sprague), by Erickson (Oleiud) Umpires—Home, Hirschbeck; First, Joyce; Second, McKean; Third, Hendry. T—2:32. A—30,116(50,516). WHITE SOX 4, TWINS 2 CHICAGO MINNESOTA abrhbl abrhbl Phillips II 4000 Knblch 2b 4120 DaMtnz cl 5021 Becker cl 4021 FThmsIb 3010 Molitordh 5010 Vntura 3b 4010 Crdva II 2110 Baines dh 2100 GMyrs c 4000 Mouton dh 1000 RKelly rl 4021 Trtbull n 4121 Sthvk tb 4010 DLewis cl 0000 Rboulel 3b 3010 Drhm 2b 4112 Hale ph 1000 Slaughl c 4000 Meares ss 2000 Guillen ss 4120 Lawton ph 1000 Hckng ss 0000 Walker ph 1000 Totals 35 4 9 4 Totals 35 210 2 Chicago 000 201 001—4 Minnesota 001 000 010-2 E—Slaught (4), Cordova (3). DP—Chicago 2, Minnesota 1. LOB—Chicago 9, Minnesota 10. 2B—Guillen (24). Becker (31). HR—Tartabul (27), Durham (10). SB—Knoblauch (45), RKelly (10). IP H RER BB SO Chicago AFrndz W.16-10 6 10 2 2 2 6 RHemandz S.3B 1 00020 Minnesota RadkeL,11-16 7 73334 Guardado 1 00002 Trombley 1 21121 WP—Trombley. Umpires—Home, McClelland: First, Tschida Second. Shulock; Third, Hlckox. T-3:03. A—13,058 (44,457). BREWERS 7, TIGERS 6 MILWAUKEE abrhbl 3220 2111 2000 2210 2212 2012 2001 3020 2000 20766 Vina2b CirilloSb Nilsson dh Jahalb JsVlnUi ss Mioske II Brntzrt GeWms cf Levis c Totals Milwaukee Detroit DETROIT Pride dh MUms 20 Frymn ss Hggnsn II TCIark 1b Nleves if Nevin 3b Asmusc Bartee cf Totals ab r h bl 3220 3001 3110 till 3113 3000 1111 2000 2000 21 6 6 6 410 020-7 111 03x—« E—Jaha (6), JsValenlln (37), McDonald (6) Nleves (13). DP—Detroit 2. LOB—Milwaukee 3. Detroil 3. 2B—Clrillo (43), Jaha (28). HR— 'Clark (25). Nevin (8). SB—Vina 2 (16). CS— Mieske (5). SF—Bumitz, Hlgginson. IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee McDonald 3 53204 irVickmanW,7-1 2 13023 Detroil VnPoplL.3-9 1-314441 Sager 22-3 3 1 1 1 0 Eischen 2 42101 RLewis 1-300000 WP—Wickman. Umpires—Home. Barrett; First, Culbreth; Second, Johnson; Third, Young. T—1:54. A—8,606(52,416). National League CARDINALS 2, REDS 1 CINCINNATI ST. LOUIS CGttwncf Morris Ib WGme 3b IDavis II toward rl ioone 2b Brnson ss JOIIver c Shawp Smiley p Tbnsee c ab r h bl 5000 Clayton ss Lnklrdct Ganl II BJrdnrf Gaelti 3b abrhbl 5010 5130 5011 3000 4010 4000 Pgnozzl c Mabrylb Mejia pr DYung 1b Gallego 2b Sweney ph Plkvskp Fossas p OSmilh ph Sttlmyr p _ Eckrsly p McGee ph Blchlorp Afcea ph Totals 4000 4000 0000 3010 1000 38 1 6 1 3 1 5 0 4 0 4 0 4 0 3020 0000 1000 2000 1000 1000 0000 1000 oooo oooo 1000 oooo 1110 36 2 9 2 000 100 000 00—1 000 000 100 01—2 Totals Cincinnati St. Louis Two outs when winning run scored. E—Ganl (5), Gallego (2). DP—Cincinnati 3, St. Louis 1. LOB—Cincinnati 5, St. Louis 5. 2B—WGreene (5), BJordan (36), Mabry (28), Alicea (26). CS—Lankford (7). S-Gallego. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Smiley 9 51117 Shaw L.8-6 12-34 1 1 1 0 St. Louis 'etkovsek 5 41104 Fossas 1 10011 Stotllemyre 2 00002 Eckersley 1 00003 Batchelor W.2-0 2 10002 WP—Fossas. Umpires—Home, Winters; First, Gorman; Second, Hernandez; Third, Marsh. T—2:44. A—39,730 (57,078). PITTSBURGH PIRATES 7, CUBS 4 First game CHICAGO Alnwth cf rfartin If Sveum 3b tlerced rf MJhnsn Ib :Grcia 2b JBell ss Osikc .iriano ph (endall c j>lselle p Wmack ph 00 McRae cl Snchez ss 1 0 TAdmsp 1 1 Grace 1b Gnzalez II Sndbrg 2b Mgdan 3b LGmez ph Huston 3b Haney ph Servals c Tmmns rl Bullet! rf abrhbl abrhbl 5001 McRae cl 5232 5010 OOOO 5000 5111 5120 3000 OOOO 1011 1000 4030 1000 1000 Dessns p OOOO FCstllo p 2000 Bamon ph OOOO Glnvlle ph 1000 Ericks p OOOO BPItrsn p OOOO Plesac p 1000 Bttnlld p OOOO Jnlngs ph 1000 Wndell p OOOO JHmdz ss OOOO Totals 38 7 8 7 Totals 40 411 4 Pittsburgh 030 100 000 3—7 Chicago 000 110 011 0—4 E—CGarcia (10), FCaslillo (3). LOB—Pittsburgh 8, Chicago 8. 2B—CGarcia (16), JBell (28), Sandberg (28), Houston (9). HR—McRae 2 (17), Gonzalez (15). CS—McRae (8), 1 0 1 1 4220 3011 1012 OOOO 2001 1000 OOOO OOOO FCstllo p OOOO Glnvlle ph OOOO BPItrsn p IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Lolselle 6 62221 Peters 12-31 1 1 0 1 Dessens 1-32 0 0 0 0 Ericks 2-321101 Plesac W.5-5 11-30 0 0 0 1 Chicago FCaslillo 7 54426 BPatlerson 1 00001 Bottenfield 1 10010 Wendell U4-4 1-313330 TAdams 2-31 OOOO HBP—by FCaslillo (Osik). WP—Wendell. Umpires—Home, Relilord; Rrst, Quick; Second, DeMuth; Third, Darling. T—3:15. A—NA (38,765). CUBS 10, PIRATES 9 Second game PITTSBURGH CHICAGO ab r h bl ab r h bl Alnwth cf 4021 Glnvlle cl 4110 Wmack 2b 5121 Bullet! If 5112 Merced rf 4110 Shmprt 2b OOOO Wehner rf 1000 BBrwn 1b 5121 Liriano 2b 1000 TAdms p OOOO MJhnsn Ib 5121 LGmez 3b 3110 Sveum 3b 4231 Jnlngs rf 3221 CGrcia ss 4113 McRae cl 2000 Bamon If 4111 Huston c 4221 MWIkn p OOOO JHrndz ss 4101 Boover p OOOO Haney 2b 3000 Kendall c 4120 Gnzalez II 1110 Crdova p 3111 Cmpbll p 1000 Ruebelp 1000 Bllngerp OOOO Morel p OOOO Mgdan ph 1011 Peters p OOOO Myers p OOOO Martin If 1000 Bttnlld p OOOO Kschnc ph OOOO Tmmns ph 1000 Wndell p OOOO Grace Ib 0001 Totals 419159 Totals 3710118 Pittsburgh 000 630 000— 9 Chicago 300 101 041—10 Two ouls when winning run scored. E—JAIIensworth (3), CGarcia (11), Beamon (1), Kendall (18). LOB—Pittsburgh 13, Chicago 8.2B—Sveum (3), Jennings (5), Magadan (10). 3B-Kendall (5). HR—CGarcia (6). SB— Glanville (2), Houston (3). SF—MJohnson, Grace. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Cordova 52-3 7 5 4 0 4 Ruebel 1 00011 Morel 0 00010 Peters 1-301110 MWilkins 2-32331 1 Soever L,0-2 1 21010 Chicago Campbell 32-3 5 6 6 2 0 Bullinger 1-310010 Myers 2-343310 Bottenfield 11-32 0 0 0 0 Wendell 2 20011 TAdams W.3-6 1 10011 Morel pitched to 1 batter in the 7th, Peters pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. HBP—by Cordova (LGomez), by Wendell (CGarcia). WP—Ruebel, MWilkins, Soever, TAdams. PB—Houston. Umpires-Home, Quick; First, DeMulh; Second, Darling; Third, Relilord. T—3:23. A—18,757(38,765). ATLANTA Grssom cl Blauser ss AJones rf CpJnes ss McGrtf 1b Pndllon 3b Beleckl p DwSmt ph Whlers p Dye II JLopez c Lemke 2b Smoltz p BRAVES 6, EXPOS 4 MONTREAL abrhbl 5032 OOOO 5000 5020 3011 4000 OOOO OOOO OOOO 5110 5222 4220 1110 Grdzln ss Lnsing 2b Segui 1b Alouil HRdigz II Snlnglocl Wbster c AndrwsJb Floyd ph Manuel p Grreio ph Uiblna p Crmler p Klesko ph 1 0 0 0 Dyer p OOOO Wade p OOOO DVeres p OOOO Clontz p OOOO Alvarez p OOOO Hrtgrvs p OOOO Obando ph 1110 Brwski p OOOO Fssero p 1100 Polonia II 1011 DFtehr ph OOOO RWhtle cf 2000 Totals 39 613 6 ToMt 34 4 7 3 Atlanta 001 201 020—6 Montreal 001 002 001—4 E—Cpjones (17), Grudzielanek (27), Sanlan- geto (6). LOB—Atlanta 10, Montreal 6.2B—Me- Griff (37), Grudzielanek (34), Webster (10). HR-^JLopez 2 (23). Segul (11). SB—Grfssom (28). S—Smoltz. SF—McGrlff. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta Smoltz W.24-8 5 31014 Wade 0 12210 Clontz 1-300010 Hartgraves 0 10000 Borowski 2-300000 Bieleckl 2 10001 WohlersS.39 1 11102 Montreal FasseroL,15-11 32-3 7 3 3 1 2 Juden 11-30 0 0 0 0 Manuel 1 11100 Jrblna 1-31 000 Cormier 2-30000 Dyer 1-32220 DVeres 2-31 000 Alvarez 1 1001 Wade pitched to 2 batters in the 6th, Hartgraves pitched to 1 batter in the 6th. WP—Smoltz, Wohlers 2. Umpires—Home, Reiker; First, Hallion; Second, Crawford; Third, Montague. T—3:06. A—33,133(46,500). MARLINS 3, ASTROS 2 FLORIDA HOUSTON LCstlo 2b ERntra ss Shlfield rl Tvrzcl Conine II Orsulakcl Clbmn Ib KAbbtUb CJhnsn c Mutton p Dawson ph Nen p ab r h bl 5120 BLHnlr cf 5020 Bigglo 2b 3000 Bgwell Ib DeBell rl Spiers ss Abreu H Mnwmc Mayph Miller 3b 2 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 3 1 4 0 3 1 1000 OOOO Cnglosl ph ToJnes p Kilep Olson p abrhbl 5011 3100 4132 4000 3000 4010 4010 1000 1000 OOOO 1000 OOOO OOOO abrhbl 4000 4010 4120 4111 3001 4010 3010 1000 3000 2000 OOOO 1000 OOOO Totals 35 311 2 Totals 33 2 6 2 Florida 100 010 001—3 Houston 000 000 002-2 E—Colbrunn (5). DP—Florida 1, Houston 1. LOB—Florida 9, Houston 5. 28—KAbbott (18), Bagwell (46), DeBell (40). HR—Mutton (1). CS—LCaslillo (4), ERenteria (2). IP H RER BB SO Florida Hutton W.5- Nen S,35 Houston KileL,12-11 Olson ToJones HBP—by Kile (KAbbott). WP—Hutton, Nen, Kile, ToJones. Umpires—Home, West; First, Kellogg; Second, Layne; Third, Runge. T—2:33. A—21,725(54,350). PHILLIES 6, METS 5 PHILADELPHIA NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl Otero cl 5220 Everett H 3110 Relfrd ss 5111 Alfonzo 3b 3011 Mmdnl 2b 4020 Wllace p OOOO Doster2b 1101 JFmcop OOOO Brlnd p OOOO Baerga ph 1010 Bttlco p OOOO Tmbrln pr OOOO Amaro rf 4011 Uhnsn cf 5001 Zuberlb 3021 Hndleyc 4110 MgeeJrlf 4011 ACstloc OOOO SefcikSb 4000 Ochcarf 4000 Esllellac 4121 Huskeylb 2211 Mimbs p 3010 Hrdlke 2b 4021 Spmgrp OOOO Bogarss 3110 RJrdan p OOOO Plgne 1b 1001 Slockerss 1110 Hmischp 1000 MFmc ph 1000 Byrd p OOOO DiPolo p OOOO Espnza 3b 1000 Totals 38 613 6 Totals 33 S 8 5 Philadelphia 200 100 030—6 New York • 100 111 010—6 E—Huskey (15). DP—Philadelphia 1. LOB— Philadelphia 14, New York 7. 2B—Otero (11), Relaford (2), Amaro (10), Zuber (3), Everett (7), Bogar (4). HR—Eslalella (1), Huskey (15). S— Relaford, Stocker, Hamisch. SF—Zuber. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia Mimbs 51-3 64422 Springer 1 00012 RJordanW,2-2 2-300000 Borland 1 11111 Bottallco S.34 1 10001 New York Hamisch 6 63333 Byrd 2-31 001 0 DIPotoL.7-2 2-323200 Wallace 2-31 001 0 JFranco 1 10001 HBP—by Mimbs (Everett), by Hamisch (Amaro). WP—Borland, Byrd. Umpires—Home, Rapuano; First, Davis; Second, Tala; Third, Hohn. T—3:08. A—15,889 (55,777). Golf PGA scores PINE MOUNTAIN, Ga. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday alter the second round of the $1 million Buick Challenge played on the par-72. 7,057- yard, Callaway Gardens Mountain View Course (a-amateur): Fred Funk 69-65—134 John Maginnes 68-66—134 Davis Love III 66-68—134 Michael Bradley 66-68—134 Len Mattiace 66-68—134 Brad Faxon 69-66—135 Fred Couples 68-67—135 Marco Dawson 70-65—135 Stewart Cink 66-70—136 Brad Bryant 68-68—136 Seniors scores CLEMMONS, N.C. — Top 10 scores Friday after the first round of the $1.5 million Vantage Championship on the 6,680-yard, par-71 (35-36) Championship course at Tanglewood Park: Jim Colbert 33-32—65 Don January 33-33—66 Kermll Zartey 32-34—66 J.C. Snead DeWitt Weaver Jruce Devlin Rick Acton Dick Hendrtekson John Bland 3raham Marsh 34-32-66 33-33—66 30-36-66 32-34-66 33-34—67 35-32—67 36-31-67 LPGA scores CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) — Top 10 scores Friday after the second round ol the $500,000 LP- GA Fleldcrest Cannon Classic played on the 6,318-yards, par-72 Peninsula Club course: Gail Graham 67-67—134 Dottie Pepper 68-67—135 Kim Salki 68-67—135 Robin Hood 65-71—136 IndySchreyer 68-69—137 Tracy Kerdyk 68-69—137 DaleEggellng 68-69—137 3onna Andrews 68-69—137 Barb Mucha 70-68—138 Trtsh Johnson 67-71—138 Auto pacing NASCAR qualifying NORTH WILKESBORO, N.C. (AP) — Top 25 qualifiers Friday for Sunday's Tyson Holly Farms 400 NASCAR Winston Cup stock car race at North Wilkesboro Speedway, with car number in parentheses, driver, hometown, type of car and qualifying speed In mph (rest ol 36-car field will e determined Saturday In further qualifying): 1. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wls., Ford Thunderblrd, 118.054. 2. (24) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.937. 3. (43) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontiac Grand Prix, 117.894. 4. (6) Mark Martin, Balesvillo. Ark., Ford Thun- derblrd, 117.721. 5. (28) Emle Irvan, Salinas, Calil., Ford Thun- derblrd, 117.721. 6. (30) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids. Mich., Pontlac Grand Prix, 117.500. 7. (12) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Ford Thunderbird, 117.414. 8. (77) Bobby Hillin Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford Thunderbird, 117.377. 9. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 117.310. 10. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 117.310. 11. (94) BUI Elliott, Dawsonville, Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 117.224. 12. (4) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.200. 13. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 117.108. 14. (99) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 116.974. 15. (37) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird, 116.956. 16. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Chrisli, Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.938. 17. (15) Welly Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Colo., Ford Thunderbird, 116.907. 18. (18) Bobby Labonle, Corpus Christ), Texas, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.901. 19. (75) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, 116.804. 20. (41) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.798. 21. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford Thunderbird, 116.792. 22. (71) Dave Marcis, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116.780. 23. (98) John Andrelti, Indianapolis, Ford Thunderbird, 116.725. 24. (25) Ken Schrader, Fenlon, Mo., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 116,695. 25. (42) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac Grand Prix, 116.653. Cross country High school BELLEVILLE INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Smith Center 37, Concordla 72, Belleville 104, Linn 106, Washington 110, Minneapolis 136, Beloit 150, Marysvllle 162. Individual results 1. Blochlinger, M, 16:47.5; 2. Engelert, Belo, 17:16.6; 3. Lawson, Hillcresl, 17:18.9; 4. Conrad, SC, 17:31.7; 5. Herrodsberg, SC, 17:49.4; 6. Hodgins, C, 17:56.5; 7. Chatfleld, Bell, 18:03.3; 8. Walter, L, 18:10.4; 9. Hall. SC, 18:11.9; 10. Lehmann, SC, 18:27.6. GIRLS Team scores Beloit 46, Smith Center 60, Marysville 67, Concordia 68, Belleville 102, Linn 146. Individual results 1. Barnes, SC, 12:04.2; 2. Temple, M, 13:02.7; 3. Mehl, Belo, 13:18.8; 4. Cole, W, 13:35.4; 5. Geyer, Belo, 13:54.0; 6. Ratlifl, SC, 13:55.0; 7. Friedrichs, M, 14:11.0; 8. Campbell, C, 14:12.4; 9. Grace, Belo, 14:15.5; 10. Larsen, C, 14:18.1. Volleyball College scores AT GRAND JUNCTION, COLO. Mesa State del. Fort Hays State, 15-1,15-3, 15-6 AT WICHITA Northern Iowa del. Wichita State, 15-4,15-2, 15-11 AT BOULDER, COLO. Kansas State del. Colorado, 15-10, 4-15,1015,15-10,15-9 High school AT AGRA Eastern Heights del. Morland, 13-15,15-3,15- General Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Activated LHP Arthur Rhodes from the disabled list. National League MONTREAL EXPOS—Announced RHP Pedro Martinez has appealed his eight-game suspension lor charging the mound In a game against the Phillies on Sept. 24. Starting lineups Kansas at Utah STARTING LINEUPS OFFENSE POS. WR LT LG C RG RT TE WR QB RB RB DEFENSE OLB-DE DT-DT NG-DT RT-DE OLB-LB LB LB CB CB SS FS KICKING Royal (180, Jr.) P McCord (220, Jr.) PK KANSAS (2-0) Byrd (180, Sr.) Whlttaker (285, Sr.) Stiebel (275, Sr.) Smith (270, Sr.) Roberts (300, So.) Glasgow (300, So.) Moore (250, Sr.) Carter (165, Sr.) Johner(195,Jr.) Galbreath (205, Jr.) Henley (215, Sr.) Brown (210, So.) Houston (270, Jr.) McGraw (280, Jr.) Kopp (270, Sr.) CJones (245, Sr.) Thoren (230, Jr.) Ward (225, Sr.) Jason Harris (170, Jr.) Jamie Harris (175, So.) Gaddie(190,Jr.) Blevins(170,Jr.) (3-1) UTAH (216, Jr.) Dyson (293, So.) Sybrowsky (298, So.) Jackson (278, Sr.) Folk (276, Jr.) Davis (300, Sr.) Sims (250, Jr.) Jahries (188, Sr.) Henry (167, Sr.) Fouls (216, Jr.) Johnson (275, So.) Fuamatu-Mtla (246, Sr.) Kia (271,Sr.)Kaufusl (272, Jr.) Akina (253, Sr.) Kauhaahaa (243, Jr.) Godfrey (248, Jr.) Hooks (197, So.) Love (183, So.) Richards (178, Jr.) Lawson (206, So.) Dart (199, Sr.) Lusk (221, Fr.) Hunter (175, Sr.) Pulsipher SEASON'S RESULTS Ball State (35-10) W-L (17-20) At Utah State Open W (17-10) At Stanford At TCU (52-17) W-W (21-17) At SMU Open W (45-17) Fresno State Klckoff- 8:05 p.m. Where — Rice Stadium (32,500); Salt Lake City. Television — ESPN2 (Salina cable 39). Radio —KINA (910-AM); KSAJ (98.5-FM). Odds —Kansas by 2'/a. Coaches —Kansas' Glen Mason (9th year, 45-47-1); Utah's Ron McBride (7th year, 44-31). SPORTS DIGEST Garden Auction The Associated Press The cover for Leland's Boston Garden Auction catalog shows an auction ticket and pictures some of the famous sports stars, entertalnes and political personalities who have appeared at the now closed, famous Boston landmark. Leland's conducted an auction Friday. Basketball CHICAGO — Michael Jordan wants a ninth scoring title and another NBA championship for the Bulls, but don't expect him to lead \ Chicago to another league record for victories in a single season. "We're definitely not going out with a goal of winning 73 games," Jordan said. "We didn't plan on winning 72 games last season. We actually go out to win every game. But it just so happened that things worked well for us and we ended up winning 72 games and setting the record. "This season, I'd like to see us win at least 60 to 65 games." Jordan, 33, has a one-year contract with the Bulls, but this is not necessarily his last season. "I'll just take it year by year," Jordan said. "As long as we're winning championships, I want to continue, playing. I want to win another championship. And I think we have an excellent opportunity to do so. We return all our key players, and we should be a better team from having played !together a whole season. That alone makes you • better." Boxing WASHINGTON — Boxing would be subject to federal regulation for the first time under legislation the Senate passed and sent to the president Friday. The bill, passed by voice vote, would require state boxing commissions to recognize a fighter's suspension by another state. It was approved by the House on Wednesday. A main purpose of the measure is to put controls on journeymen boxers who travel from state to state for often mismatched fights staged mainly for gamblers. State boxing commissions would be required to recognize another state's suspension of a boxer if it was based on a recent knockout, a series of consecutive losses, an injury or failure of a drug test. Boxers would be required to register their names with state commissions and carry photo identification cards to prevent the use of assumed names. Those violating the provisions could face criminal penalties. The bill also would require boxers to have health insurance policies and receive physicals before fights, and would require that a physician be at ringside. Cycling PALAZUELOS JOE ERESMA, Spain — Gianni Bugno of Italy sprinted to victory in the final 4 miles of Friday's 20th stage of the Tour of Spain, while Switzerland's Alex Zulle finished eight seconds back and held his overall lead. The 2,447? mile cycling race winds up Sunday. Laurent Dufaux, another Swiss rider, had the same time as Zulle on Friday and held to second place in the overall standings, 4 minutes, 22 seconds off the pace. Defending champion Laurent Jalabert of France, who slipped from second to 20th place on Thursday, lost another minute to fall 26:10 behind. Football DETROIT — The Detroit Lions on Friday signed offensive guard Jeff Hartings, the last NFL first-round draft choice to come to terms. Terms were not dislosed, but published reports said Hartings signed a five-year, $5.25-million contract. The deal includes a one-year option that would pay Hartings $1.7 million in 1997, the Detroit Free Press and The Detroit News said. Hartings' base salary this year of $577,000 reportedly will be reduced by nearly $136,000, representing the four games he has missed. Detroit drafted Hartings 23rd overall out of Penn State, and projected him as a starter at right guard. Scott Conover, a converted tackle, has played that position in the Lions' first four games. 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