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"D2 WEDNESDAY. APRIL 11, 2001 THE SAUNA JOURNAL Television Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 BASEBALL 9 p.m. — Major Leagues, Los Angeles at Arizona or San Francisco al San Diego, ESPN, co­ ble 38. 9 p.m. — Major Leagues, Seattle at Oakland or Texas at Anaheim, ESPN2, cable 39. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA, New Yori< at Indiana, TNT, cable 41. HOCKEY 5 p.m. — NHL, Los Angeles al Dalrolt, ESPN, cable 36. 6 p.m. - NHL, Buffalo al Philadelphia, ESPN, cable 39. Baslcetball NBA standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet GB y-Philadelphia 64 24 .692 - x-MiamI 47 30 .610 6'/4 x-NBwYort< 46 31 .597 7'A x-Orlando 41 36 .632 12% Boston 36 43 .449 19 New Jersey 26 52 .333 28 Washington 18 59 .234 35'A Central Division W L Pel. GB x-Milwaukee 49 29 .628 x-Toronto 44 33 .571 4'/4 x-ChartotIa 42 36 .538 7 , Indiana 37 40 .481 11'A . Detroit 30 47 .390 18VS ' Cleveland 27 50 .351 21 'A 'Atlanta 23 54 .299 25'^ 'Chicago 12 65 .156 36'/4 ; WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division W L PcL GB x-SanAnlonio 56 22 .718 — x-Ulah 51 26 .662 4'/4 x-Dallas 49 28 .636 6'A Minnesota 45 31 .592 10 Houston 42 37 .532 14'A Denver 38 40 .487 18 Vancouver 22 55 .286 33 Pacific Division W L Pel. GB x-Sacramento 62 24 .684 — x-LAUkers 62 26 .667 1 x-Poniand 48 29 .623 4 'A x-Phoenix 47 29 .618 5 Seattle 42 36 .638 11 LA Clippers 28 49 .364 24'A Golden Stale 17 59 .224 35 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division Monday's results Philadelphia 108, Boston 96 Detroit 81, Atlanta 69 NewYork113,Chariotte98 Indiana 100, Washington 78 Utah 96, Houston 81 Tuesday's results Cleveland 101, Oriando 78 Milwaukee 106, Chicago 84 Miami 83, Philadelphia 81 Denver 100, Houston 99 San Antonio 91, Dallas 79 Golden Stale al Portland, (n) Minnesota al Vancouver, (n) , Phoenix at LA Lakers, (n) LA Clippers at Sacramento, (n) Wednesday's games Chicago at Washington, 6 p.m. Miami at Boston, 6 p.m. Cleveland al Atlanta, 6:30 p.m. Toronto at Detroit, 6:30 p.m. New York at Indiana, 7 p.m. Golden State at Seattle, 9 p.m. Dallas at Phoenix, 9 p.m. NBA summaries CAVS 101, MAGIC 78 ORUNDO (78) McGrady 8-21 5-5 21, Outlaw 1-8 1-2 3, De- Clercq 2-5 0-0 4, Hudson 3-8 0-0 6, M.Miller 3-10 0-0 8, Amaechi 2-7 2-4 6, D.Brown 4-9 0-0 11, Garrity 3-9 0-0 6, Williams 1-8 3-4 5, Doieac 3-9 0-0 6, D.Reld 0-3 2-2 2, Alexander 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 30-98 13-17 78. CLEVEUND (101) Harpring 4-7 1-210, Weatherspoon 4-7 2-3 10, Mihm 2-6 2-2 6, A.Miller 4-8 2-210, Person 1 -3 00 2, Murray 4-10 9-9 19, Coles 4-6 4-4 12, Tray. lor 0-6 8-6 8, Galling 5-14 2-212, Ungdon 3-5 33 11, C.Brown 0-11-2 1, Johnson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 31-74 34-37 101. Orlando 19 18 22 19— 78 Cleveland 37 32 12 20—101 3-Polnt Goals—Oriando 5-16 (D.Brown 3-8, M.Miiler 2-3, McGrady 0-1, Williams 0-1, Alexander 0-1, Garrity 0-2), Cleveland 6-8 (Langdon 2-2, Murray 2-4, Harpring 1-1, Galling 0-1). Fouled out-None. Rebounds—Oriando 69 (Outlaw 10), Cleveland 59 (Weatherspoon 14). Assists—Orlando 21 (Hudson 6), Cleveland 27 (A.Miller 12). Total fouls—Oriando 28, Cleveland 20. A— 16,215 (20,662). NUGGETS 100, ROCKETS 99 DENVER (100) McCioud 4-16 3-4 12, Willis 8-21 1-1 17, LaFrentz 6-6 0-0 10, Pack 9-24 2-2 20, Posey 68 2-3 16, Bowen 3-5 2-2 8, Lenard 6-10 2-4 18, • Goldwiro 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 41-92 12-16 100. HOUSTON (99) Anderson 1-31-1 3, Thomas 4-11 0-08,CatoO- 2 0-0 0, Francis 6-17 0-2 14, Mobley 11-19 5-5 27, Buiiard 2-5 0-0 5, Norris 10-16 3-3 25, Rogers 1-2 2-4 4, Langhl 6-11 3-4 13, Colson 0-1 0-0 0. Totals 40-87 14-19 99. Denver 30 22 28 20-100 Houston 24 25 28 22— 99 3-Point Goals—Denver 6-15 (Lenard 4-5, Posey 1-2, McCloud 1-3, LaFrentz 0-1, Goldwire 0-1, Pack 0-3), Houston 6-18 (Norris 2-4, Francis 2-5, Buiiard 1-4, Anderson 0-1, Thomas 0-1, Mobley 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Denver 60 (Willis 20), Houston 67 (Rogers 12). Assists— Denver 25 (Pack 13), Houston 18 (Francis 7). Total fouls—Denver 17, Houston 16. Technicals— Denver Illegal Defense. A—11,989 (16,285). HEAT 83, SIXERS 81 PHILADELPHIA (81) Lynch 1-6 2-3 4, Hill 4-7 1-1 9, Mutombo 2-6 13 6, Snow 4-14 0-0 8, Iverson 14-28 9-10 41, J.Jones 1-2 0-0 2, McKie 2-6 1-3 6, Buford 3-8 00 7, Oilie 0-1 0-0 a Totals 31-78 14-20 81. MIAMI (83) Bowen 6-10 0-1 13, Mason 7-20 2-4 16, Grant 6-11 2-2 14, Majerie 2-4 0-0 5, Hardaway 4-10 22 11, Mourning 9-15 2-3 20, Carter 2-8 0-0 4, E.Jones 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 35-81 8-12 83. Philadelphia 19 13 22 27—81 Miami 19 23 13 28-43 3-Point Goals—Philadelphia 6-11 (Iverson 4-6, Buford 1-2, McKie 0-1, Snow 0-2), Miami 5-12 (Bowen 3-5, Majerie 1-1, Hardaway 1-5, E.Jones 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Philadelphia 50 (Mulombo 12), Miami 63 (Mourning, Mason 16). Assists—Philadelphia 12 (Snow 7), Miami 22 (Hardaway, Majerie 5). Total louls— Philadelphia 17, Miami 19. Technicals—Hard­ away. A—20,098 (19,600). BUCKS 105, BULLS 84 CHICAGO (84) Artest 6-12 2-2 14, Brand 7-13 2-4 16, Miller 24 2-3 6, Crawford 2-8 0-0 6, Hoiberg 3-11 0-0 7, Guyton 4-8 2-2 11, Fizer 3-8 4-4 11, Goodrich 02 0-0 0, Voskuhi 0-2 0-0 0, Benjamin 4-5 0-0 9, Bagaric 2 -6 0-0 4. Totals 33-79 12-15 84. . MILWAUKEE (105) Thomas 1-3 2 -2 6, W/illlams 12-18 0-0 24, E.John80n 2-41-2 6, Allen 7-11 1-3 16,Cass6ll6- 16 3-3 13, Cadoy 5-9 4-6 14, Hunler 3-7 44 13, Ham 2-5 0-0 5, Pope 1-1 0-0 2, Alston 2-2 0-0 6, Przybilla 1-11-2 3. Totals 41-77 15-22 105. Chicago 19 26 19 20— 84 Mllvniukee 34 30 22 19-105 3-Polnt Goals-Chteago 6-14 (Crawford 2-5, Benjamin 1-1, Hoiberg 1-2, nzarl-2, Guyton 1-3, Artest 0-1), Milwaukee 7-13 (Hunter 3-5, Thomas 1-1, Alston 1-1, Ham 1-1, Allen 1-4, Cassell 0-1). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 45 (Brand 9), Milwaukee 46 (Williams 14). Assists- Chicago 23 (Brand 5), Milwaukee 31 (Cassell 12). Total louls—Chicago 16, Milwaukee 17. A— 18,717 (18,717). SPURS 91, MAVS 79 DALUS (79) Howard 6-17 4-4 16, Nowilzkl 7-16 3-3,20, Bradley 1-8 2-2 4, Nash 1-6 0-0 2, Finley 9-19 47 25, Booth 4-8 2-2 10, Eisley 0-3 0-0 0, Maxwell 0-3 0-0 0, Zhizhi 0-t 0-0 0, Najera l-t 0-1 2. Totals 29-82 15-19 79. SAN ANTONIO (91) Feny 0-4 0-0 0, Duncan 9-187-11 25, Robinson 14-186-11 34, Porter 2-6 0-0 5, Anderson 2-15 00 6, Johnson 1-4 0-02, Elliott 3-8 0-0 8, Walker 1 4 5-6 7, Rose 2-4 0-0 4. Totals 34-81 16-28 91. Dallas 20 22 15 22 -79 San Antonio 21 26 23 21 —91 3-Polnt Goals—Dallas 6-17 (Finley 3-5, Nowilz­ kl 3-7, Bradley 0-1, Maxwell 0-1, Nash 0-3), San Antonio 5-15 (Anderson 2-4, Elliott 2-6, Porter 12, Rose 0-1, Feny 0-3). Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Dallas 50 (Boolh 11), San Anionic 64 (Robinson 11). Assists—Dallas 17 (Nash 5), San Antonio 26 (Duncan 6). Total fouls—Dallas 22, San Antonio 16. Technicals—San Antonio coach Popovtch. A—25,682 (20,557). USBL draft UNITED STATES BASKETBALL LEAGUE PLAYER DRAFT First round I, Maryland, George Evans, George Mason, 67, F, Portsmouth, VA; 2, Pennsylvania, Victor Thomas, USalle, 6 -7, F, Philadelphia, PA^St. John's Neumann; 3, Brooklyn, Greg Springfield, Hofstra, 6-9, C, New Yorit, NY; 4, Atlantic City, Kevin Wiikins, Seton Hall, 6-7, F, Atlantic City/Tallahassee (FL) JC; 5, Lakeland, Carios Arroyo, Rorida International, 6-2, G, Fart<ardo, P.RyCoie- gio Santaago Apostol; 6, Long Island, Calvin Bowman, West Virginia, 6-9, F/C, Brooklyn, NY/San Jacinto (TX) JC; 7, Florida, Rashad Phillips, Detroit, 5-10, G, Detroit, Ml; 8, Kansas, Darren Kelly, Texas, 6-3, G, Forrestvllle, MD/Brown Mackle; 9, Oklahoma, Travis Williams, Hampton, 6-9, F, Maysville, NC; 10, Dodge City, Paul Shirley, Iowa State, 6 -10, C, Merlden, KS/Jefferson West MS. Second round II, Lakeland, Rob Dryden, Georgia, 7-1, C, Jacksonville, FL/Terry Pari(er; 12, Brooklyn, Reggie Jessie, SL John's, 6-7, G/F, Queeens- bridge, NY./Blshop Louglilin; 13, Atlantic City, Garrell Bragg, LaSalle, 6-11, C, Boca Raton, FLVSpanish River; 14, Oklahoma, Jamahl Mosley, Colorado, 6-8, F, San Diego, CA/Rancho Buena Vista HS; 15, Long Island, Norman Richardson, Hofstra, 6-6, F, Brooklyn., NY; 16, Florida, Horace Jenkins, William Patterson, 6-1, G, WA; 17, Kansas, Tory Walker, New Orleans, 6 -8, F, Westwego, LA/Archblshop Shaw; 18, Pennsylvania, Quincy Wadley, Temple, 6-4, G, WA; 19, Dodge City, Jackie Stiles, Southwest Missouri State, 5 -8, G, Clallln, KS; 20, Maryland, Archibald Bassett, Delaware, 6-9, F, N/A. Third round 21, Brooklyn, Mike Wiatre, South Carolina Stale, 6-9, G, N/A; 22, Atlantic City, Ira Ciari<, Texas, 6-8, F, N/A; 23, Oklahoma, Shannon Martin, Oklahoma Slate, 6-5, G, N/A; 24, Long Island, Roberto Gittens, Hofslra, 6-9, F, Brooklyn, NY; 25, Rorida, Martin Ranclk, Iowa State, 6-8, F, Barlislava, Slovakia/St Louis Pk.(MN) HS; 26, Kansas, Craig Rodgers, Toledo, 6-11, C, Minerva, OH/Mlnerva; 27, Pennsylvania, Jody Lumpkin, College of Charieston, 6-8, F, Columbia, SC; 28, Dodge City, RIcardo Greer, Pittsburgh, 6-5, G, New Yori(, NYVCheshIre (Conn.) Prepi 29, Maryland, Terrance Shannon, Elgin Community College, 6-8, F, N/A; 30, Lakeland, Ian Foster, Rorida Southern, 6-2, G, N/A. Fourth round 31, Atlantic City, Damon Williams, Southern Colorado, 6-7, F, N/A; 32, Oklahoma, Kelley Newton, Oklahoma, 6-2, G, Kansas City, KS/Neosho (KS) CC; 33, Long Island, Karim Shabazz, Providence, 7-2, C, Far Rockaway, NYJRorida State; 34, Rorida, Kevin Morris, Georgia Stale, 6-0, G, New Yorii, NY/Georgia Tech; 35, Kansas, Tajudeen Soyoye, Missouri, 6-9, F/C, Lagos, Nigeria/Meridian (MS) CC; 36, Oklahoma, Ke- luan Woods, Boise Slate, 6-6, F, Inglewood, CA/Crossroads HS; 37, Dodge CKy, Dean Oliver, Iowa, 5-11, G, Mason City, lA; 38, Maryland, Mike Maridlsch, Maryland, 7-0, C, N/A; 39, Uke- iand, Ledaryl Billlngsley, Tuiane, 6-7, F, Chicago, IL/Morgan Pari<; 40, Brooklyn, Rob Marquardt, New Hampshire, 6-11, F/C, Northport, NY. Fifth round 41, Oklahoma, Michael Hicks, Texas A&M, 6-5, F, N/A; 42, Long Island, Jason Hernandez, Hofstra, 6-0, G, Oyster Bay, NY; 43, Florida, Shaun Fein, Georgia Tech, 6-3, G, Centerviile, MA/Barnstable/Stone Hill Coll.; 44, Kansas, Demarcus Minor, Baylor, 6-6, G, Garland, TX /Ukevlew Central/Marquette; 45, Pennsylvania, Nakiea Miller, lona, 6-9, C, WA; 46, Dodge City, David Thomas, Michigan Slate, 6-7, G/F, Brampton, Ontario, Canada; 47, Maryland, Erik Herring, George Mason, 6-5, G/F, Chicago, IL; 48, Lakeland, Adrian Crawford, Florida State, 6-6, G, Akron, OH/Tulsa; 49, Brooklyn, Phil Grant, lona, 6-7, F, N/A; 50, Atlantic City, Frank Barr, Lafayette, 7-0, C, Dart)y, PA./Pennwood. Sixth round 61, Long Island, Ryan McCormick, Adelphi, 510, G, WA; 62, Florida, Steffon Bradford, Nebraska, 6-6, F, Clewislon, FL/Complon (CA) CC; 53, Kansas, Erie Carter, Washburn, 6-9, F, Overbook, KS/Santa Fe Trail HS; 64, Pennsylvania, GyasI Cline-Heard, Penn State, 6-8, F, Houston, TX; 55, Dodge City, Darrell Johns, Chicago Stale, 7-1, C, Kokomo, INTKokomo /lowa State; 56, Maryland, J.J. Miller, North Carolina A&T, 511, G, N/A; 57, Ukeland, Shawn Plaits, Jacksonville, 6-3, G, Jacksonville, FL; 58, Brooklyn, Allen Griffin, Syracuse, 6-1, G, Brooklyn, NY/Paul Robeson; 69, Atlantic City, Shannon Antnjm, Washington State, 6-1, G, WA; 60, Oklahoma, Darnell Williams, San Jose State, 6-7, F, Long Beach, CA7Long Beach CC. Baseball Texas League TEXAS LEAGUE STANDINGS First Hall Eastern Division W L Pet. GB Tulsa (Rangers) 4 2 .667 — Wichita (Royals) 4 2 .667 — Ariiansas (Angels) 2 4 .333 2 Shreveport (Giants) 2 4 .333 2 Western Division W L Pet. GB San Anlonlo (Mariners) 5 1 .833 — Round Rock (Astros) 4 2 .667 1 Midland (Athletics) 2 4 .333 3 EIPaso(D'backs) 1 5 .167 4 Monday's results Round Rock 4, Midland 1 San Antonio 4, El Paso 1 Shreveport 7, Tulsa 2 Ari(ansas6,Wiehlta6 Tuesday's results Wichita 8, Ari<ansas 3 How to E-mail us: Harold Bechard sjhD6chard@saljournal.com Erik Bonar siebonar@saliournal.com Bob Davidson sibdavidson@saliournal.com Arne Green .........................................siargreen@saliournal.com Larry Moritz silmorifz@saliournal.com Christian D Orr sjcorr@saliournal.com Troy Paiensl<e sitpalensl<e@ saliournal.com Edmonton al Dallas, 7 p.m. Soccer Today's schedule WEDNESDAY, APRIL 11 BASEBALL NY Yankees at Kansas City, 1:05 p.m. Brown Mackle at Butler County, 3 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Ottawa, 4 p.m. SOFTBALL Kansas Wesleyan al Bethany, 5 p.m. Round Hock 7, Midland 0 Tulsa 6, Shreveport 4 . El Paso 3, San Anlonlo 2 Wednesday's games Tulsa at Arkansas Ei Paso at Round Rock Wichita at Shreveport, 7 p.m. Midland at San Anlonlo Wranglers linescore WICHITA 8, ARKANSAS 3 Wichita 300 012 200 - 8 12 2 Arkansas 000 000 030 - 3 7 0 Sedlacek, Raid (8), Guerrero (9) and Brito; Lackey, Clart( (7), Demouy (8), Donnelly (9) and Gregorio. WP — Sedlacek (1-1). LP — Uckey (1-1). 2B — W: Shackellord, Gallagher, Dodson; A: Chrislensen. HR — W: Shackelford; A: Johnson. Big 12 standings BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Baylor 12 3 27 10 Nebraska 10 3 27 8 Texas 13 5 26 14 Texas A&M .9 6 24 13 Oklahoma State 10 8 26 11 Texas Tech 10 8 25 14 Oklahoma 8 10 14 22 Missouri 7 11 20 14 Iowa State 4 7 11 18 Kansas Stale 4 14 14 20 Kansas 3 15 15 21 Monday's result Kansas State 11, Maryland 8 Tuesday's results Kansas State 10, Maryland 8; Kansas at Creighton, cod., rain; Iowa State 3, Grand View 2; Nebraska 13, Southern Utah 3; Ricp al Baylor, (n); Nebraska 5, Southern Utah 2; Southwest Texas State at Texas, (n); Ari<ansas at Oklahoma, (n); Houston at Texas A&M, (n); West Texas A&M at Texas Tech, (n); Missouri at SL Louis, (n). Wednesday's games Texas-Pan American at Oklahoma State, 2 p.m.; Kansas at Creighton, 2:30 p.m.; Northern Iowa al Iowa State, 3 pm.; Texas Christian at Texas Tech, 3 p.m. RIMAC Standings ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W L W L Fort Hays Stale 10 2 27 10 Southern Colorado 8 4 28 9 Mesa State 6 4 24 12 New Mexico Highlands 7 5 22 9 Nebraska-Kearney 5 5 13 12 Metropolitan Stale 5 7 17 16 Regis 3 9 18 12 Colorado Mines 2 10 8 21 Big 12 linescores KANSAS STATE 10, MARYLAND 8 Maryland 230 030 0 - 8 10 4 Kansas Stale 062 Oil x - 10 11 4 Schmoll, Basinger (6), Stuart (6) and Taylor; Duckers, Helsel (5), Day (6) and Cavender. WP — Helsel (1-0). LP — Basinger (1-1). S — Day (6). 2B — M: Patenaude, Oursier, Easten KS: Castillo. HR — KS: English. NEBRASKA 13, SOUTHERN UTAH 3 Southern Utah 000 300 000 — 3 9 6 Nebraska Oil 031 70x — 13 10 3 Hunter, SIroker (5) and Nelson. Burch, Conte (4), Folter (9) and Morris. WP—Conte (1-1). LP— Hunter (0-3). HR^ohnson. NEBRASKA 5, SOUTHERN UTAH 2 Southern Utah 002 000 0 — 2 8 3 Nebraska 013 001 x — 5 5 0 Lambert, Matthews (6) and Parker; Hale, Sillman (5) and Rivera. WP—Sillman (2-1). LP— Lambert (0-1). I\1VC linescore WICHITA STATE 6 NICHOLLS STATE 3 NIcholls SUte 100 100 001 — 3 6 2 Wichita State 110 001 30x — 6 10 1 Schomick, Morrow (6), Brantley (7), Velazquez (7) and Mitchell; Bryan, Maureau (7) and Owen. WP — Bryan (4-0). LP — Morrow (0-2). S — Maureau (1). 2B — NS: Cook; WS; Burgamy. HR — NS: Anderson 2; WS: Soransen (4). State college FORT HAYS STATE 10, BETHANY 6 Bethany 004 200 000 - 6 7 3' Fort Hays State 301 213 OOx - 10 11 3 Conard, Winters (6), Parris (7), Taldo (8), Rogers (8) and Nelson, Kennedy; Kjose, GernanI (4), Brown (5), Rae (6), Wolf (7), Jennings (8) and Goodale. WP-Brown (1-1). LP-Conard. 2B-B: Sungy, Water; FH: Yoachim, Patty, Hurtado. HR-FH: Dreher, Hurtado. High school HAYS 10, SALINA SOUTH 1 Sallna South 010 000 0 — 1 5 4 Hays 600 301 x — 10 12 0 Cardinal, Moody (2), Maxwell (6) and Gordon; Bieker and Weigel. WP — Bleker. LP — Cardinal (0-1). 2B — SS: Miles; H: Welgei, Heri. HR — H: Bleker. HAYS 10, SALINA SOUTH 0 Sallna South 000 000 — 0 2 3 Hays 360 001 — 10 9 0 Gillespie, Maxwell (2) and NeidenAterder, Za- ckaiy (4); Paul and Weigel. WP — Paul. LP — Gillespie (1-1). 2B — H: Rupp 2. SMOKY VALLEY 8, NICKERSON 4 Smoky Valley 151 000 1 - 8 14 0 NIckerson 000 002 2 - 4 7 4 Ruud, Brad Benglson (7) and Hazelwood; Ravenslein, Lawless (2), Bauerie (4) and Blackbum. WP — Ruud (1-1). LP — Ravenslein (1-1). 2B — SV: Looney; N: Kroi, Bauerie. HR — SV: Gibbs, Smith. NICKERSON 5, SMOKY VALLEY 1 Smoky Valley 000 010 0 - 1 5 0 NIckerson 220 001 x - 5 8 0 Brian Benglson, Baker (6) and Hazelwood; Krol and Blackburn. WP — Krol (2-0). LP — Brian Benglson (0-1). 2B-SV: Hopp. Track & (leld High school ELLSWORTH INVITATIONAL BOYS Team scores Minneapolis 130, Ellsworth 118, Quivira Heights 93, Lyons 60, Lamed 49, Southeast of Saline 36, Ellinwood 31, TMP-Marian 27, Claflin 24. Individual results 110m hurdles — 1. Nelson, M, 16.67; 2. Smith, SES, 16.48; 3. Pmitt, Ells, 16.49. 300m hurdles — 1. Nelson, M, 41.20; 2. Wentiing, QH, 42.20; 3. Flax, TMP, 42.35. 1 00m dash — 1. Folk, QH, 11.18; 2. Gassman, M, 11.21; 3. Wedel, M, 11.22; 4. Stephenson, SES, 11.60. 200m dash — 1. Wedel, M, 23.09; 2. Gassman, M, 23.23; 3. Dolezal, Ells, 23.74. 400m dash — 1. Gassman, M, 51.77; 2. Shaver, U, 62.67; 3. Siemer, QH, 53.06. 800m run — 1. Whitmer, Ells, 2:06.94; 2. Turnbow, Ells, 2:08.53; 3. Farney, Ells, 2:10.89. 1 ,600m run — 1. Whitmer, Ells, 4:53.98; 2. Wittig, La, 4:66.28; 3. Barrienlez, Ly, 4:57.62. 3,200m run — 1. Halbert, Ly, 10:53.21; 2. Wittig, La, 10:57.14; 3. Kindall, M, 11:15.22. 400m relay — 1. Quivira Heights, 44,60; 2. Ellsworth, 45.84; 3. Ellinwood, 46.71; 4. Southeast of Saline, 47.19. 1 ,e00m relay — 1. Minneapolis, 3:37.34; 2. Ellsworth, 3:38.74; 3. Quivira Heights, 3:41.80. 3,200m relay — 1. Lyons, 8:60.20; 2. Min- neapiis, 8:56.99; 3. TMP-Marian, 8:68.09; 5. Southeast of Saline, 9:09.84. Shot put — 1. Staudinger, C, 46-'A; 2. Zuker, M,44-1'A;3.Sieker,Ellin, AA•^V>. Discus — 1. Miles, Ellin, 132-5; 2. Rnke, Ells, 130-6; 3. Godfrey, Ly, 128-11. High jump — 1. Bailey, Ells, 6-2; 2. John, QH, 6-0; 3. Hammel, 5-10. Long jump — 1. Hammel, Ells, 20-4'A; 2. Wentiing, QH, 19-11 'A; 3. Beck, C, 18-8'/.. Triple Jump — 1. Troutfetter, SES, 40-10%; 2. Siemsen, QH, 40-6'/.; 3. SImms, Ly, 39-4. Javelin — 1. Bauer, La, 174-0; 2. Troutfetter, SES, 156-10; 3. Dohmian, QH, 148-0. Pole vault — 1. Drennan, M, 11-0; 2. Coker, TMP,10-6;3.YeakeLLy,10-0. GIRLS Team scores Minneapolis 102, Lamed 87, Quivira Heights 81, Claflin 65, Ellinwood 55, Lyons 47, Southeast of Saline 46, TMP-Marian 38, Ellsworth 33. Individual results 100m hurdles — 1. Thurston, M, 17.24; 2. Sloss, C, 17.40; 3. Appel, La, 17.41. 300m hurdles — 1. Stoss, C, 51.37; 2. Thurston, M, 63.84; 3. McDonald, TMP, 65.31. 100m dash — 1. Folk, QH, 13.27; 2. Kraisinger, C, 13.76; 3. Carroll, La, 14.04. 200m dash — 1. Kraisinger, C, 28.32; 2. Selmer, QH, 28.66; 3. McDonald, M, 28.85. 400m dash — 1. Kraisinger, C, 1:04.06; 2. Caslanada, La, 1:04.49; 3. McDonald, M, 1:04.72; 4. Malino, SES, 1:06.65. 800m run — 1. Appel, La, 2:32.66; 2. Burdette, Ly, 2:36.66; 3. Bohn, Ellin, 2:42.30. 1 ,600m ran — 1. Burdette, Ly, 5:44.46; 2. Augustine, TMP, 5:59.66; 3. Schartz, U, 6:07.10. 3,200m run — 1. Augustine, TMP, 13:01.96; 2. Brown, TMP, 13.36.39; 3. Peters, Ells, 14:53.78. 400m relay — 1. Larned, 51.71; 2. Quivira Heights. 64.22; 3. Claflin, 66.32. 1 ,600m relay — 1. Lamed, 4:30.70; 2. Minneapolis, 4:32.47; 3. Quivira Heights, 4:43.35; 4. Southeast of Saline, 4:45.23. 3,200m relay — 1. Southeast of Saline, 11:32.17; 2. Quivira Heights, 11:43.24; 3. Lamed, 11:44.94. Shot put — 1. Swanson, SES, 36-31 /4; 2. Peter, Ellin, 32-5'/4; 3. Miller, Ellin, 31-5; 6. Martinez, SES, 30-10 '/4. Discus — 1. Swanson, SES, 116-1; 2. Peter, Ellin, 108-6; 3. Norez, Ly, 99-2. High jump — 1. Selmer, QH, 5-2; 2. Poovey, Ly, 5-2; 3. Baxter, Ly, 5-0. Long jump — 1. Caslanada, La, 14-8 '/i; 2. McDonald, M, 14-4 '/i; 3. Knox, M, 13-11. Triple lump — 1. George, M, 29-4; 2. McHenry, M, 29-2'/i; 3. Malino, SES, 29-1. Javelin — 1. Wise, Ellin, 123-2; 2. Prochaska, M, 107-6; 3. Parsons, QH, 95-10. Pole vault — 1. Simoneau, M, B-0; 2. Bohn, Ellin, 7-6; 3. Ray, Ells, 7-0. Tennis state men KANSAS WESLEYAN 6 MCPHERSON 3 singles No. 1 — Yoshii, KW, del. Heifer, 6-0, 7-5; No. 2 — Tripp, KW, def. O'Cain, 6-0, 6-2; No. 3 — Hein, KW, def. Walter, 6-2,6-2; No. 4 — Rhodes, KW, def. Buchman, 6-2,6-2; No. 5 — Baker, M, deL Davis, 6-3, 6-3; No. 6 — Weaver, M, del. Webb, 6-0,6-0. Doubles No. 1 - Yoshii-Tripp, KW, del. Pleifer-O'CaIn, 6-1, 7-6 (7-5); No. 2 — Hein-Rhodes, KW, del. Waller-Baker, 7-6 (8-6), 1-6,7-6 (11-9); No, 3 — Buchman-Weaver, M, del. Davis-Webb, 6-1,7-5. Junior varsity boys RUSSELL INVITATIONAL Team scores Sallna Central 39, Sallna South 30, Great Bend 21, Hays 21, Russell 0. Sallna South results singles No. 1 — 1. Laniz, 3-0; No. 2 — 2. Jones, 3-1. Doubles No. 1 — 3. Drees-Huscher, 2-2; No. 2 — 2. Tonne-Kelley,3-1. Hockey NHL playoffs FIRST ROUND (Best-of -7) Wednesday, April 11 Bulfaloal Philadelphia, 6 pm. Los Angeles at DelroK, 6 p.m. High school girls SALINA SOUTH 4, GR^AT BEND 1 Qrtat Bend (4-2) 0 1-1 Sallna South (S-0) 2 2-4 Flret half — SS; Rske (assist Sador), 18th mfnute; SS: Lcrson (Dechant), 36th. Second half — GB: Perez (penalty ktek), 43rd minute; SS: Dechant (unassisted), 53rd; SS: Dec hant (unassisted), 65th. Shots on goal — GB 6, SS 24. Saves — GB 13, SS 4. Goalkeepers — GB: Hartig; SS: Adams. 8wlmmlng High school girls SALINA INVITATIONAL At Sallna South pool Team scores Sallna Central 453, Garden City 409, Great Bend 334, Junction City 284, McPherson 269, Salina South 244, Hays 128. Individual results 200y medley relay -1. Central (Klug, S.Don­ ley, Boyer, Allred), 2:05.79; 2. Garden City, 2:09.64; 3. Garden City B, 2:13.10; 6. South (Lampe, Seymour, Harding, Tucker), 2:18.90. 20Oy freestyle - 1. Smith, SC, 2:17.69; 2. Buller, M, 2:21.19; 3. Zeller, GC, 2:38.49; 5. Miller, SC, 2:32.69; 8. Banker, SS, 2:36.49. 200y Individual medley - 1. S.Donley, SC, 2:2712; 2. Iverson, JC, 2:28.69; 3. Dumlord, GC, 2:29.85. 50y freestyle -1. Thomas, JC, 26.86; 2. Boyer, SC, 27.12; 3. Richards, JC, 27.48; 6. Jones, SS, 28.62; 6. Carter, SC, 28.73. lOOy butterfly - 1. Thomas, JC, 1:04.80; 2. S.Donley, SC, 1:06.27; 3. Ginlher, GC, 1:11.15; 4. Boyer, SC, 1:11.44; 7. Lampe, SS, 1:17.38.. lOOy freestyle - 1. Iverson, JC, 1:00.07; 2. Klug, SC, 1:00.61; 3. Richards, JC, 1:02.62; 7. Jones, SS, 1:06.38; 8. Fairtianks, SC, 1:08.35. 500y freestyle - 1. GInther, GC, 6:17.46; 2. Smith, SC, 6:25.63; 3. Rishel, GC, 6:43.15; 5. Harding, SS, 6:68.67; 6. Kemplon, SC, 7:02.27; 7. Miller, SC, 7:07.72. 200y freestyle relay - 1. Central (S.Donley, Boyer, Allred, Smith), 1:50.31; 2. Junction City, 1:60.99; 3. Garden City, 1:53.99; 6. South (Tucker, Seymour, Jones, Banker), 2:00.95; 7. Central B (Carter, Noble, Fairbanks, Miller), 2:02.26. lOOy backstroke - 1. Klug, SC, 1:04.84; 2. Filhian, M, 1:10.37; 3. K.Donley, SC, 1:11.23; 6. Lampe, SS, 1:16.63. lOOy breaststroke - 1. Manweller, GB, 1:20.00; 2. Wolf, JC, 1:22.82; 3. Zortman, GC, 1:23.80; 8. Seymour, SS, 1:29.80. 400y freestyle relay - 1. Central (Smith, Carter, KDonley, Klug), 4:16.48; 2. McPherson, 4:22.94; 3. Great Bend, 4:26.08; 4. South (Tucker, Jones, Banker, Lampe), 4:32.57; 7. Central B (Miller, Noble, Allred, Kemplon), 4:43.68. Golf PGA money Tm Money 1. Tiger Woods 8 $3,263,857 2. Phil Mickelson 10 $1,892,502 3. Vijay Singh 9 $1,839,695 4. Joe Durant 10 $1,778,672 5. Mari< Calcavecchia 8 $1,513,033 6. Davis Love III 9 $1,468,060 7. Brad Faxon 10 $1,364,110 8. Steve Strieker 8 $1,303,870 9. Mike Weir 9 $1,255,540 10. Jim Furyk 8 $1,138,350 11. Ernie Els 9 $1,007,575 12. Tom Lehman 10 $986,173 13. Scott McCarron 9 $910,319 14. Jasper Pamevik 11 $862,766 16. Robert Allenby 10 $860,216 16. Jell Siuman 9 $792,014 17. Bemhard Langer 9 $768,311 18. David Duval 6 $740,358 19. FrankLlckiiterll 9 $727,433 20. Rocco Mediate 8 $719,330 21. Jerry Kelly 9 $697,005 22. Hal Sutton 10 $666,310 23. Dennis Paulson 11 $647,040 24. Garrett Willis 11 $631,529 25. Bob Tway 8 $609,437 26. Kevin Sutheriand 10 $698,048 27. David Toms 11 $593,080 28. Chris OiMarco 11 $669,464 29. Steve Lowety 10 $669,416 30. Scott Verplank 8 $657,497 31. Billy Mayfair 9 $638,988 32. Chris Smith 9 $483,916 33. Geoff Ogilvy 6 $469,821 34. Paul StankowskI 10 $457,291 35. Chris Perry 11 $444,433 36. Fred Funk 10 $443,162 37. Stewart Cink 10 $436,706 36. Paul Azinger 8 $436,323 39. Billy Andrade 9 $428,824 40. Nick Price 5 $417,766 41. Rory Sabbalini 8 $407,358 42.KlrkTriplett 10 $404,741 43. Harrison Frazar 11 $382,274 44. Jose Maria Olazabal 9 $356,885 45. Greg Chalmers 10 $356,183 46. Grant Waile 9 $354,242 47. John Huston 9 $352,402 48. Steve Resch 12 $340,050 49. Shigeki Maniyama 8 $337,281 50. Craig Bariow 8 $322,854 Seniors money LLany Nelson 2. Jose Maria Canlzares 3. Mike McCullough 4. Gil Morgan 5. Allen Doyle 6. Jim Colbert 7. Hale Irwin 8. Bruce Flelsher 9. Bob Gilder 10. Ed Dougherty 11. Bob Eastwood 12. Dana Quigley 13. Tom Jenkins 14. Tom Kite 15. Bobby Walzel 16. Gary McCord 17. Jim Ahern 18. Tom Watson 19. Jim Thorpe 20. Leonard Thompson 21. Stewart Ginn 22. Dave Stockton 23. Andy North 24. John Bland 25. Graham Marsh 26. Hugh Baiocchi 27. Sammy Rachels 28. Doug Tewell 29. Bmee Summertiays 30.John Schroeder 31.lsaoAoki 32. Walter Hall 33. Ray Royd 34. Dave Elchelberger 35. John Mahaffey 36.TomWatgo 37. Vicente Fartiandez 38. Gary Player 39. Terry Mauney 40.JackNlcklaus 41. Walter Morgan 42. Steven Veriaio Tm Money 8 $736,160 8 $577,812 8 $576,962 7 $535,718 8 $460,897 7 $434,370 5.$368,112 3 $361,998 7 $368,927 9 $343,216 8 $327,031 9 $321,413 9 $262,648 6 $254,865 7 $239,690 - 6 $236,308 8 $226,412 5 $218,520 8 $210,203 8 $198,556 6 $198,188 8 $197,863 5 $188,930 8 $187,438 8 $167,370 8 $165,358 8 $163,782 7 $163,015 8 $160,115 6 $149,236 6 $149,170 8 $145,361 6 $132,207 8 $127,340 7 $126,485 9 $123,603 7 $123,653 7 $122,480 6 $115,024 3 $114,620 8 $105,206 8 $69,241 43.JlmAlbus 44. George Archer 45. Christy O'Connor 46. John Jacobs 47. Lee Trevino 48. Terry Dill 49. Jeny McGee 50. Fred Gibson LPGA money 7 $86,549 7 $83,023 4 $81,835 8 $77,172 6 $74,730 7 $71,818 8 $68,085 6 $68,055 Tm Money I.Annika Sorenstam 5 $636,448 2.Kan1eWebb 7 $325,520 3. Se Ri Pak 5 $323,062 4. Dottle Pepper 6 $279,247 5. Lo.rie Kane 8 $254,205 6. Sophie Guslafson 7 $224,841 7. Grace Park 8 $190,574 8. Janice Moodle 8 $166,842 9. Laura Diaz 8 $146,061 10. Akiko Fukushlma 5 $144,223 11. Catriona Matthew 8 $137,891 12. Nancy Scranton 8 $134,517 13. Brandle Burton 7 $134,068 14. Pat Hurst 8 $133,510 16. Rachel Teske 7 $132,926 16. Miehele Redman 8 $124,908 17. Carin Koch 8 $121,335 18. Michelle McGann 8 $118,098 19. Penny Hammel 6 $104,259 20. Vickl Goetze-Ackerman 8 $101,288 21. Wendy Ward 8 $100,604 22. Juli Inkster 5 $91,818 23. Danielle Ammaccapane 7 $91,806 24. Dorothy Delasin 7 $90,892 26. Gristle Kerr 8 $90,567 26. Mi Hyun Kim 8 $84,343 27. Kelly Robbins 7 $81,073 28. Meg Mellon 5 $76,511 29. Jennifer Rosales 7 $76,442 30. Jackie Gallagher-Smith 8 $74,689 31. Laura Davies 5 $70,093 32. Jill McGill 8 $69,684 33. Yu Ping Un 6 $68,170 34. Marisa Baena 5 $67,972 36. Maria Hjorth 8 $67,197 36. Kellee Booth 7 $66,866 37. Leta Lindley 8 $64,391 38. Karen Weiss 6 $63,137 39. Emilee Klein 8 $60,243 40. Heather Bowie 8 $56,637 41. Dina Ammaccapane 8 $50,155 42. Dawn Coe-Jones 5 $49,979 43. Helen Alfredsson 8 $48,317 44. Kelli Kuehne 6 $41,339 45. Becky Iverson 8 $40,037 46. Jean Bartholomew 8 $39,725 47. Tina Barrett 8 $37,952 48. Tammie Green 6 $37,660 49. Rosie Jones 3 $37,344 60. Leslie Spalding 6 $36,936 High school boys GRINNELL INVfTATIONAL At Cow Paddy G.C. Team scores Grinnell 321, Golden Plains 332, Tribune 335, Cheylin 339, Northern Valley 339, Herndon 436. Medalists 1. Oickman, G, 68; 2. Hankins, C, 74; 3. Broeckelman, GP, 77; 4. Watson, T, 78; 5. Moyer, C, 79; 6. Mangan, T, 82; 7. Schwindl, Utica, 82; 8. Urgent, NV, 82; 9. Watson, NV, 83; 10. Schoen- daler, G, 83. GOODLAND INVfTATIONAL At Sugar Hills G.C. Team scores TMP-Marian 325, Goodland 330, Ulysses 331, Hoxie 332, Slanlon County 3338, Atwood 341, Colby 342, Norton 344, Hays 357, Scott City 360, Oakley 363, Oberiln 370, Tribune 392, Quinter 395. Medalists 1. Nondorf, Ho, 75; 2. Umb, A, 78; 3. Steiner, G, 78; 4. Amerin, SC, 79; 5. Wresner, TMP, 79; 6. Dechant, TMP, 80; 7. Mireles, U, 80; 8. Reynolds, TMP, 80; 9. Wieland.C, 80; 10. Green, N, 81. AP sportlight April 11 1965 — Jack NicWaus shoots a record 271 and wins the Masters by nine strokes over Arnold Palmer and Gary Player. 1966 — Jack Nicklaus wins his third Masters and becomes the first to win in consecutive years as he shoots a 70 in an 18-hole playoff to beat Tommy Jacobs and Gay Brewer. 1976 — Ray Royd shoots a record-tying 271 to win the Masters by eight strokes over Ben Crenshaw. 1981 — Larry Holmes beats Trevor Bertiick in a 15-round unanimous decision to retain his world heavyweight title in Las Vegas. 1982 — Craig Stadler beats Dan Pohl in a sudden-death playoff to lake the Masters. 1983 — Spain's Seve Ballesteros win the by four shots over Tom Kite and Ben Crenshaw. 1989 — Ron Hextall scores his second career goal and becomes the first goalie to connect for a playoff goal, and the Philadelphia Ryers beat the Washington Capitals 8-5. 1993 — Bemhard Langer of Gemiany wraps up his second Masters title with a 20'foot eagle putt on No. 13. Langer posts a four-stroke win over Chip Beck with an 11-under 277 total. Transactions BASEBALL American teague CLEVEUI^D INDIANS—Placed RHP Steve Woodard on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Jake Westbrook from Buffalo of the Inlema- lional League. Agreed to lemis with RHP Willie Blair on a minor league contrecL DETROIT TIGERS—Purchased the contract of LHP Heath Murray from Toledo of the international League. Designated IF Jermalne Clart< for assignment. National League CINCINNATI REDS—Sent LHP Justin Atchley and INF Wilton Guerrero to Louisville of the International League. LOS ANGELES DODGERS—Activated RHP Kevin Brown from the 15-day disabled list. Optioned RHP Luke Prokapec to Las Vegas of the PCL SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS—Activated IB Damon Minor from the 15-day disabled list and optioned him to Fresno of the PCL. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOrrE HORNETS—Signed G-F Scott Burrell lor the remainder of the season. Placed F Tim James on the Injured list. MIAMI HEAT-Activated G Eddie Jones from the injured lisL Placed C Todd Fuller on the injured list. PORTUNO TRAIL BUZERS—Placed G Bonzi Wells on the injured list. Activated C Will Perdue from the injured list. FOOTBALL National Football League CHICAGO BEARS—Agreed to lemis with DT Ted Washington on a three-year contract. DENVER BRONCOS—Signed DT Chester Mc- Glockton. Re-signed OL K.C. Jones. GREEN BAY PACKERS—Named Edgar Bennett director o1 player programs. NEW YORK GIANTS—Signed K Matt Simon- Ion and P Tony Umholtz. ST. LOUIS RAMS-Slgned LB Marii Raids. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Re-signed G Kendyl Jacox to a one-year contract. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS—Re-signed RT Jerry Wunsch lo a five-year contract, and CB Ronde Bariier lo a six-year contract. WASHINGTON REDSKINS-Slgned TE Welter Rasby. Broncos sign McGlockton, re-sign Jones By The Associated Press DENVER — The Denver Broncos have signed defensive tackle Chester McGlockton, a starter with the Kansas City © Chiefs last season. The Broncos on Tuesday also said the team re-signed restricted free agent offensive lineman K.C. Jones. Terms for both signings were not disclosed. McGlockton recorded 70 tackles, 4 '/s sacks, 43 quarterback pressures and forced one fumble in 15 games for the Chiefs last season. The 6-foot-4-inch, 334-pound, McGlockton is entering his 10th season. Jones was signed by Denver after the 1997 draft. He played was a reserve last year. CHARGERS RE-SIGN FREE AGENT GUARD KENDYL JACOX — The San Diego Chargers re-signed free agent guard Kendyl Jacox to a one-year contract on Tuesday. Terms of the deal were not released. Jacox, 25, is entering his fourth season with the Chargers. The 6-foot-2, 330-pounder and former K-State standout signed as a rookie free agent in 1998 and has played 43 career games with 14 starts. RAMS SIGN FREE-AGENT LINEBACKER FIELDS — The rebuilding of the St. Louis Rams defense moved forward Tuesday with the signing of free-agent Pro Bowl linebacker Mark Fields. Terms were not disclosed. Fields, 28, was released last month by the New Orleans Saints in a salary cap move. The Rams went 10-6 and made the playoffs last season despite a defense that surrendered 30 points per game and ranked near the bottom of the NFL. Part of the rebuilding plan calls for more speed, and Fields fits the bill. Fields, 6-foot-2 and 244 pounds, is considered one of the league's fastest linebackers. He was the third-leading tackier on the Saints last season, finishing with 103 tackles, two sacks and one pass defended. BEARS AGREE TO TERMS WITH WASHINGTON — Free agent defensive tackle Ted Washington, who spent the past six seasons with the Bxaffalo Bills, agreed Tuesday to a three-year, $7.5 million contract with the Chicago Bears. The 6-foot-5, 330-pound Washington had 86 tackles and 2.5 sacks last season and was selected for the Pro Bowl for the third time in the last four years. Washington has started 128 of 155 games over his 10-year career and has a streak of 83 consecutive starts. Regarded as one of the NFL's top run-stoppers, Washington has 793 career tackles and 27.5 sacks. He was originally selected in the first round of the 1991 draft by San Francisco and spent three seasons with the 49ers before a trade sent him to Denver after the 1993 season. He signed with the Bills as an unrestricted free agent prior to the 1995 season. Washington's agent, Angelo Wright, said his client chose the Bears over three or four other teams and will give Chicago something it's been missing for years. "He'll be the first dominant inside defensive lineman since (William) Perry, (Dan) Hampton and (Steve) McMichael," Wright said, adding that Washington felt comfortable with the city during his visit and the dollar value of the deal made sense. SPORTS DIBEST Fans give SMS one last hurrah By The Associated Press SPRINGFIELD, Mo. — Those Lady Bear fans refuse to wake up from Southwest Missouri State's dream season. ! Gray clouds hung heavy in the sky as hundreds of people filled the downtown square Tuesday for one final nod to the team. The marching band played as cheerleaders helped the rowdy crowd spell out "Bears" during a pep rally that gave no hint that the 2000-2001 season was over. Tom Carlson, who was sworn in as the city's mayor five hours before the rally, presented the team with a proclamation declaring April 10 as SMS Lady Bear Basketball Day. Carlson also read off a laundry list of the team's accomplishments this past season. It started with star guard Jackie Stiles setting an NCAA Division I record with 3,393 career points, winning the prestigious Wade Trophy and making numerous All-American lists. The list ended with players defeating 10 straight opponents to land their first Final Four berth since 1992. The Lady Bears' hopes for a national championship were dashed with an 81-64 loss to Purdue in St. Louis and served as the last time fans would see Stiles and three other senior starters play together WOODARD ON DL AS INJURIES PILE UP FOR INDIANS — Steve Woodard, struck on the right elbow by a line drive on Monday night, was placed on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday by the Cleveland Indians, who can't seem to get healthy Just one week into the season, the Indians now have four pitchers and their All-Star third baseman on the DL. Last season, injuries cost the club a sixth straight AL Central title. With Woodard out, the Indians signed right-hander WUlie Blair to a minor-league contract. The club released Blair less than two weeks ago because of salary concerns. Woodard was drilled in the arm by a liner hit by Frank Thomas in the sixth inning of Chicago's 9-2 win over the Indians at Comiskey Park. Woodard suffered only a bruise but was hospitalized overnight as a precaution. NCAA TAKES FIRST STEP IN CHANGING RULES — The NCAA management council voted Tuesday to allow student- athletes to receive money for private lessons and to obtain a one-time $20,000 bank loan based on futiore earnings. "We ; believe these are steps in the right direction to changing the environment in regard to student-athletes," said council chairman Charles Harris, commissioner of the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference. NCAA president Cedric Dempsey said the bank loans would be available to student-athletes who are considered likely first- or second-round draft picks. Pay for lessons would be available to student-athletes who teach sports, such as golf or tennis, but that the pay would be limited to the going rate for such lessons. The council also decided to limit college basketball schedules to 29 games and to force tournaments, such as the Preseason NIT and Maui Invitational which now count as one game, to count each game against the limit. Postseason conference tournaments wUl , continue to count as one game. If approved by the Board of Directors, which is scheduled to meet April 26, the Preseason NIT could coimt for as many as four games on a team's schedule. KEBE DENIES CLAIM SHE SLAPPED PLAYER — Turmoil surroiuiding the Oregon women's basketball team spread halfway across the country when a player alleged former assistant coach Kelly Kebe, now at Iowa State, slapped her six. years ago. Eight Oregon players came forward in March, accusing Ducks coach Jody Runge, the most successful coach in the school's history, of poor commtmication and verbal abuse, and demanding that she be fired. As lawyers investigated the players' claims, former player Elsa Oliveira alleged that Kebe slapped her at a practice. "My intention was not to bring coach Kebe into the situation," Oliveira said Monday. "But the story remains she did slap me at practice, but I feel it was as a result of multiple pressures the coaching staff and players were feeling." Kebe denied slappmg Oliveira. Both agreed the incident in question occurred dvu-ing a shooting drill when Oliveira became frustrated after missing a nvun- ber of shots and began cursing.

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