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THURSDAY. OCTOBER 10, 1996 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV/Radio Today's schedule THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 TELEVISION BASEBALL 3 p.m. — American League Championship Series, Baltimore at New York, NBC, cable 3, 13. 7 p.m. — National League Championship Series, St. Louis at Atlanta, FOX. cable 4,7. FOOTBALL 7 p.ni. — Southern Mississippi at East Carolina, ESPN2, cable 39. HOCKEY 8 p.m. — NHL, Anaheim at Colorado, PRIME, cable 37. SOCCER 7 p.m. — MLS playoffs. Tampa Bay at DC United. RADIO FOOTBALL 7 p.m. — Cat Chat, KSAL, 1150-AM. GENERAL 5:30 p.m. — Coors Light Sportstalk Show, KSAL, 1150-AM. Baseball Playoff schedule By The Associated Press All Times CDT LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES American League (NBC) Tuesday, Oct. 8 Baltimore at New York, ppd., rain. Wednesday, Oct. 9 New York 5, Baltimore 4,11 innings. New York leads series 1-0 Thursday, Oct. 10 Baltimore (Wells 11-14) at New York (Cone 72), 2:07 p.m. Friday, Oct. 11 New York (Key 12-11) al Baltimore (Mussina 19-11). 7:07 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 New York (Rogers 12-8) al Baltimore (Cop. pinger 10-6). 6:37 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 New York at Baltimore, 3:07 p.m., II necessary Tuesday, Oct. 15 Baltimore at New York. 7:07 p.m., H necessary Wednesday, Oct. 16 Baltimore al New York, 7:07 p.m., it necessary National League (Fox) Wednetday, Oct. 9 Atlanta 4, St. Louis 2, Atlanta leads series, 1-0 Thurtday, Oct. 10 St. Louis (Stottlemyre 14-11) at Atlanta (Maddux 15-11), 7:11 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 12 Atlanta (Glavlne 15-10) al St. Louis (Osbome 13-9), 3:15 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 13 Atlanta at St. Louis, 6:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 14 Atlanta at St. Louis, 6:09 p.m., If necessary Wednesday, OcL 16 St. Louis at Atlanta, 3:15 p.m., If necessary Thursday, Oct. 17 St. Louis at Atlanta, 7:11 p.m., It necessary WORLD SERIES (Fox) Saturday, Oct. 19 NL champion at AL champion, 7:01 p.m. Sunday, Oct. 20 NL at AL, 6:30 p.m. • Tuesday, Oct. 22 ALatNL, 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 23 ALatNL, 7:18 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 24 AL at NL, 7:15 p.m., It necessary Saturday, Oct. 26 NL at AL, 7:01 p.m., if necessary Sunday, Oct. 27 NL at AL, 6:35 p.m., II necessary American League YANKEES 5, ORIOLES 4 11 Innings BALTIMORE NEW YORK abrhbl abrhbl ByAdsn cf 5121 Raines If .6120 Zelle 3b 6010 Boggs 3b 5100 RAImr2b 6010 BeWmscf 4122 RPmro 1b 3331 TMrtnz 1b 5010 Bonillarf 4000 Flelderdh 2100 Trscorf 1000 Foxdlt 0000 CRpken ss 5020 O'Neill if 3000 Murray dh 4011 Hayes ptl 0000 Surhofllf 3001 Slrwbrrt 1001 Dvraux If 1000 Duncan 2b 4010 Parenlc 5010 Leyiitzc 4011 Aldreteph 0000 Glrardi c 1000 DJelerss 5141 Totals 43 411 4 Totals 40511 5 Baltimore 011 101 000 00—4 New York 110 000 110 01—5 No outs when winning run scored. E—RAIomar (1). DP—Baltimore 2. LOB— Baltimore 11, New York 13. 2B-ByAnderson (1), CRIpken (I), Raines (1), BeWilllams (1). HR—ByAnderson (1), RPalmeiro (1), BeWII- liams (1), DJeter (1). SB—OJeter (1). SF— Surhofl, IP H RER BB SO Baltimore Erickson 61-3 7 3 2 3 3 Orosco 1-30001 1 Benilez 1 21122 ARhodes 2-300010 RMyers L.0-1 12-32 1 1 0 0 New York Pettitte 7 74444 JNelson t 00001 Watteland 1 10002 MRIveraW,1-0 2 30003 HBP—by ARhodes (Duncan). Balk—Pettitte. Umpires—Home, Bamett; First, Scott; Second, Reilly; Third, Morrison; Right Garcia; Lett Roe.. T—4-24. A—56,495 (57,545). National League BRAVES 4, CARDINALS 2 ST. LOUIS ATLANTA abrhbl tbrhbl OSmith ss 4000 Grssom d 4110 Lnklrdcf 4000 Lemke2b 3012 Gantlt 4000 AJonesIf 0100 BJrdn rf 4110 CpJnes 3b 4140 GaettiSb 3010 McGrfHb 4000 Mejiapr 0100 KleskoII 3010 Qallego3b 0000 Pndllonph 0000 Sweney ph 1000 Blllard 2b 0000 Mabrytb 4010 JLopezc 4012 Pgnozzi c 4011 Dye rf 4000 Alicea2b 2000 Blauserss 4110 AjiBns p 1010 Smoltz p 3000 McGee ph 1000 Writers p 0000 Ptkvsk p 0000 0000 TJMtw p 0000 Totart 32 2 5 1 Totals 33 4 9 4 St. Louli 010 000 100—2 Atlanta 000 020 Ota—4 E—Alfcea (1). LOB—St. Louis 5, Atlanta 7. 2B—AnBenes (1), Grlssom (t). 3B—BJordan (1).SB—CpJones(1). IP H RER BB SO SL Loult AnBenes 6 72207 Petkovsek L.0-1 1 12212 Fossas 1-300000 TJMathews 2-310012 Atlanta Smoltz W.1-0 8 52226 WohlersS,1 1 00001 WP—Smoltz 2. Umpires—Home, Runge; First, Hlrechbeck, M.; Second, Davidson; Third, West Left, Crawford; Right. Montague. T—2:35. A—48,686(52,710). Today in baseball By The Associated Press Oct. 10 1904 — Boston clinched the pennant on the last day of the season when Jack Chesbro ol the New York Highlanders threw a wild pitch In the ninth to allow the winning run to score from third. The Red Sox won 3-2 In me doubleheader opener. (920 — The Cleveland Indians beat the Brooklyn Dodgers 8-1 In the fifth game of the World Series. Elmer Smith hit the first Series grand slam homer, and winner Jim Bagby hit the first Series homer by a pitcher. 1924 — The Washington Senators won their only World Series championship by defeating the Giants 4-3 in 12 Innings. The winning run scored when a ball hit by Earl McNoely bounced over third baseman Fred Llndstrom's head. 1926 — Grover Alexander, 39, saved Game 7 and the World Series lor the St. Louts Cardinals when he relieved In the seventh Inning and struck out Tony Lazzerl with the bases loaded. Alexander pitched 2 1-3 hlttess Innings and el- lowed only one walk. 1957 — Lew Burdette's third victory of the World Series, a 5-0 decision over the New York Yankees, gave the Milwaukee Braves the championship. 1968 - Mickey Ldlch won Ihe Wortd Series lor the Detroit Tigers by defeating Bob Gibson and the St. Louis Cardinals 4-1 In Game 7. It was Lollch's third victory and came after the Tigers had lost three ol the first lour games. 1980 — Kansas City's George Brett hit an upper deck three-run homer off relief ace Goose Gossage to give the Kansas City Royals a 4-2 victory and a three-game sweep ol New York Yankees in the American League playoffs. 1987 — Jeffrey Leonard homered for the fourth straight game as the San Francisco Giants beat the a Louis Cardinals 4-2, tying the National League playoffs at two victories apiece. 1990 — The Oakland Athletics swept the Boston Red Sox for the American League pennant and their third straight trip to the World Series with a 3-1 victory. MVP Dave Stewart won for the eighth straight time In head-to-head matchups with Roger Clemens, who was ejected In the second Inning for arguing balls and strikes with umpire Terry Cooney. Today's birthday: Marc Newfield, 24. Football NFL players of week AFC Offense Week 1—RB Karim Abdul Jabbar, Miami Week 2-RB Eddie George, Houston Week 3-flB Marcus Allen, Kansas City Week 4—OB Stan Humphries, San Diego Week 5—RB Ernest Byner, Baltimore Week 6—QB Draw Bledsoe, New England Defense Week 1—LB Ray Lewis, Baltimore Week 2-LB Derrick Thomas, Kansas City Week 3—DE Alfred Williams, Denver Week 4-S Manny Martin, Buffalo Week 5—LB Junior Seau, San Diego Week 6—DT Cortez Kennedy, Seattle NFC Offense Week 1-QB Brent Favre, Green Bay Week 2—QB Brad Johnson, Minnesota Week 3-flB Ricky Wallers, Philadelphia Week 4—RB LeShon Johnson, Arizona Week 5—QB Kent Graham, Arizona Week 6-OB Scott Mitchell, Detroit Defense Week 1—LB Jeff Brady, Minnesota Week 2—DT Sean Gilbert, Washington Week 3—S Leroy Butler, Green Bay Week 4—DT John Randle, Minnesota Week 5-OT Leon Lett, Dallas Week 6—DT Bryant Young, San Francisco NFL injury report NEW YORK (AP) - The National Football League Injury report for Ihis weekend's games as provided by the league: Sunday BALTIMORE (2-3) AT INDIANAPOLIS (4-1) — Ravens: Out: LB Mike Caklwell (knee), TE Frank Hartley (knee), DE Rick Lyle (leg); Questionable: T Orlando Brown (loot), « Carwell Gardner (leg), TE Eric Green (knee), T Tony Jones (knee), DE Anthony Pleasant (ankle), WR Floyd Turner (leg), S Eric Turner (ankle); Probable: RB Earnest Byner (shoulder), C Steve Everitt (back). Colts: Out: LB Trev Alberts (shoulder), TE Bradford Banta (hand), CB Derrick Frazler (arm); Questionable: LB OuenBn Coryatt (calf), RB Zack Crockett (knee), LB Stephen Grant (groin), RB Lamont Warren (knee); Probable: LB Sammle Burroughs (calf). CINCINNATI (1-4) AT PITTSBURGH (4-1) — Bengals: Doubtful: WR Jeff Hill (hamstring). Questionable: DE John Copeland (hamstring); Probable: LB Rteardo McDonald (toe), S Greg Myers (shoulder), CB Leonard Wheeler (shoulder). Steelers: Out: DE Kevin Henry (foot), P Josh Miller (hemla), WR Yancey Thlgpen (hamstring); Questionable: LB Steve Conley (knee), Dermonttl Dawson (fool), RB Erric Pegram (knee), CB Willie Williams (ankle); Probable: WR Charles Johnson (quadricep), CB Rod Woodson (Achilles). MIAMI (3-2) AT BUFFALO (4-1) — Dolphins: Out: WR Fred Bamett (knee), OB Dan Marino (ankle); Doubtful: DT Steve Emtman (hamstring); Questionable: S Sean Hill (hamstring), DE Aaron Jones (knee); Probable: OB Craig Erickson (knee), CB Calvin Jackson (abdomen), WR Charles Jordan (ankle). Bills: Out: S Henry Jones (leg), WR Steve Tasker (foot); Questionable: QB Jim Kelly (hamstring), LB Sam Rogers (ankle), S Kurt Schulz (groin); Probable: WR Russell Copeland (thigh), T Glenn Parker (calf), LB Bryce Paup (groin). NEW YORK JETS (0-6) AT JACKSONVILLE (2-4) - Jels: Out: DE Hugh Douglas (anWe), WR Keyshawn Johnson (knee), LB Marvin Jones (knee), QB Nell O'Donnell (shoulder), WR Webster Slaughter (hamstring); Doubtful; TE Tyrone Davis (loot), WR Jell Graham (kn«e), DT Mare Spindler (call). Jaguars: Out: CB Aaron Beasley (shoulder); Doubtful: WR Andre Rison (hamstring); Questionable: DE Jeff Lageman Today's schedule THURSDAY, OCTOBER 10 SOCCER Kansas Wesleyan at McPherson. 5-7 p.m. VOLLEYBALL Sallna South at Manhattan, 5 p.m. Kansas Wesleyan at Bethany, 6 p.m. (knee), C Dave Wkfell (knee); Probable: OB Mar* Brunell (knee), LB Kevin Hardy (elbow), DT John Jurkovte (thigh), DT KeMn Pritehett (groin), WR Jimmy Smith (shoulder). ARIZONA (2-3) AT DALLAS (2-3) — Cardinals: Out: C Lance Scott (shoulder); Questionable: S Brent Alexander (knee). Cowboys: Out: TE Jay Novacek (back), DT Mike Uhifale (knee), WR Kevin Williams (loot): Doubtful: WR' Blliy Davis (toe); Questionable: DE Charles Haley (back); Probable: RB Emmltt Smith (ribs), T Mark Tulnel (knee). CHICAGO (2-4) AT NEW ORLEANS (1-5) — Bears: Out RB Robert Green (knee), RB Raymont Harris (knee), OB Erik Kramer (neck), OB Steve Slenstrom (ankle); Doubtful: DT Jim Ftenl- gan (call); Questionable: CB Wall Harris (toe), Q Chris Vlllarrial (concussion); Probable: WR Jack Jackson (hamstring), CB Donnell Woolford (leg). Saints: Doubtful: S J.J. McCleskey (hamstring); Questionable: DT Willie Broughlon (knee), LB Rufus Porter (ankle), DT Fred Stokes (knee), DE Renaldo Tumbull (ankle-calf); Probable: RB Mario Bates (Achilles), C Kendall Gammon (ankle), WR Michael Haynes (foot), WR Haywood Jetflres (knee), G Ed King (knee), RB Lorenzo Neal (hamstring), S Anthony Newman (bleep), S William Strong (knee-thigh), T Donald Willis (caH), RB Ray Zellare (ribs). MINNESOTA (5-1) AT TAMPA BAY (0-5) — vikings: Probable: CB Corey Fuller (knee), DE Fernando Smith (shoulder), CB Rod Smith (ankle). Buccaneers: Out: T Jason Odom (knee); Doubtful; DE Eric Cuny (knee). PHILADELPHIA (3-2) AT NEW YORK GIANTS (2-3) - Eagles: Probable: TE Jason Dunn (shoulder), DE William Fuller (elbow), DT Andy Harmon (knee). Giants: Doubtful: S Tito Woolen (leg); Probable; OT Ray Agnew (elbow). ST. LOUIS (1-4) AT CAROLINA (3-2) — Rams: Out: LB Thomas Homco (knee), WR Billy Williams (shoulder), WR Alexander Wright (back); Questionable: LB Carios Jenkins (ankle); Probable: C Mike Gruttadauria (foot), CB Todd Lyght (hamstring), DE Leslie O'Neal (loot). Panthers: Out: DT Mike Fox (loot), Q Frank Garcia (loot); Questionable: T Matthew Campbell (leg), S Brett Maxle (hamstring), LB Sam Mills (call), OE Mark Thomas (shoulder); Probable: LB Duane Blckett (hamstring), T Greg Skrepenak (back). TE Syll Tucker (knee), TE Wesley Walls (elbow). DETROIT (4-2) AT OAKLAND (2-4) - Lions: Doubtful: LB Stephen Boyd (abdomen), DT Luther Elllss (knee); Questionable: LB Reggie Brown (knee), G Scott Conover (shoulder), S Ron Rice (quadricep), DE Tracy Scrogglns (ankle). Raiders: Out: S Eddie Anderson (arm), TE Marcus Hlnton (arm); Questionable: TE Andrew Glover (knee), T Pat Hariow (hip), RB Harvey Williams (calf); Probable: CB Larry Brown (heel), S Damn Carrlngton (knee), CB Albert Lewis (hip). HOUSTON (3-2) AT ATLANTA (0-5)—Oilers: No Injuries. Falcons: Doubtful: WR J.J. Birden (hamstring), RB Richard Huntley (knee); Questionable: S Patrick Bates (hamstring), WR Bert Emanuel (hamstring), C Roman Fortln (thigh), DT Moe Gardner (ankle), WR Eric Metealf (ankle), G Gene Williams (knee), G Mike Zandofsky (shoulder); Probable: LB Cornelius Bennett (heel), CB Darnell Walker (libs). WASHINGTON (4-1) AT NEW ENGLAND (32) — Redskins: Out: C Cory Raymer (knee); Doubtful: WR Michael Westbrook (knee); Probable: DT Marc Boutte (knee), DE Starting Palmer (knee),' CB Dairy! Pounds (hip), T Ed Simmons (knee). Patriots: Out: WR Vincent Brlsby (hamstring); Probable: G Bob Kratch (knee), CB Ricky Reynolds (ankle), DT Plo Sagapolutele (ankle). Monday SAN FRANCISCO (4-1) AT GREEN BAY (5-1) —49ers: Out: TE Brent Jones (shoulder), T Kirk Scrafford (foot), WR Nate Singleton (clavicle); Questionable: CB Steve Israel (thigh), RB Derek Lovllle (knee), LB Kevin Mitchell (hip), QB Stave Young (groin); Probable: LB Daved Benefleld (knee), T Steve Wallace (concussion), LB Lee Woodall (neck). Packers: Doubtful: WR Terry Mlckens (ankle); Questionable: T John Mlchels (knee). Kansas Jayhawks UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS STATS Record -1-0,3-1 KU OPP First downs 102 70 Rushes-yards 229-1009 132-568 Passing yards 751 1094 Comp-Att-Int 63-107-1 63-123-6 Total offense 336-1760 255-1662 Punts-average 20-39.5 19-41.2 Fumbles-lost 4-1 6-7 Penalties-yards 30-237 33-240 Possession tlm 36:18 23:42 INDIVIDUAL RUSHING - Henley 127-667-11, Vann 34-125-1, Galbreath 24-111-1, Sanders 2-65, Hill 2-33, Davis 2-9, Macklln 5-8, Bruce 2-4, Johner 29-(-4), Rutz 2-(-9). PASSING- Johner56-94-0-661, Rutz 7-12-0-90, Hill 0-1-1-0. TOUCHDOWN PASSES - Johner 7, Rutz 2. RECEIVING - Byrd 14-160-2, Henley 12-95-1, Carter 8-97-1, Vann 7-130-1, Friday 6-99-2, Gordon 6-84-1, Moore 662, Chandler 2-12, Gray 1-8, Galbreath 1-4. PUNTING - Royal 20-39.5, SCORING - Henley 72, McCord 31, Byrd 18, Vann 18, Friday 12, Brown 6, Carter 6, Galbrealh 6, Gordon 6, Gray 6. FIELD GOALS - McCord 2-5 (made: 34, 31; missed: 33, 51,52). KICKOFF RETURNS - Vann 7-225-1 (32.1), Henley 2-52 (26.0). PUNT RETURNS-Byrd 3-119-1 (39.7). TACKLES- N.A. TACKLES FOR LOSSES- N.A. QUARTERBACK SACKS - N.A. BLOCKED KICKS - None. INTERCEPTIONS - Jason Harris 3, Blevlns 1, Brown 1, Jones 1, FUMBLE RECOVERIES - Jason Harris 2, Gaddle 1, Jamie Harris 1, McGraw 1,Ward1. SCORING SUMMARY Kansas 35 45 59 42-181 Opponents 21 23 28 24 - 86 SCHEDULE 8-29 — BALL STATE (W, 35-10) 9-14 — At TCUfW, 52-17) 9-28—Al Utah (L, 42-45) 10-5 — At Oklahoma (W, 52-24) 10-12 — TEXAS TECH, 1 p.m. 10-19 —COLORADO, 1p.m. 10-26 — At Nebraska, 1p.m. 11-2 —At Iowa Slate, 1p.m. 11-9-KANSAS STATE, 1p.m. 11-16 —TEXAS, 1p.m. 11-23 — At Missouri, 1 p.m. Hockey NHL standings EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L TPtt Florida 2015 Tampa Bay 1002 New Jersey 1102 Philadelphia 1102 N.Y. Islanders 0122 N.Y. Rangers 0122 Washington 0200 Northeast Division W L TPts Hartford 2004 Montreal 1024 Ottawa 0022 Boston 0111 Buffalo 0200 Pittsburgh 0200 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Division W L TPtt Dallas • 2004 Chicago 2104 St. Louis 2104 Detroit 1102 Phoenix 1102 Toronto 1 1 '0 2 Pacific Division W L TPtt Edmonton 3106 Anaheim 1113 San Jose 1113 Vancouver 1102 Calgary 1202 Colorado 120 2 Los Angeles 1202 Wednesday's Garnet N.Y. Islanders 3, Ottawa 3, tie Montreal 6, Los Angeles 3 Detroit 2, Edmonton 0 Anaheim 2, Chicago 0 St. Louis 3, Calgary 1 Buffalo at Vancouver (n) OF GA 9 4 4 3 4 4 4 4 5 6 7 10 5 10 OF GA a 3 15 12 3 7 6 11 OF GA 9 4 9 5 8 7' 3 3 5 3 6 5 OF GA 10 7 9 10 9 14 3 3 5 6 9 8 10 13 Golf PGA statistics PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Statistical leaders on the PGA Tour through Ihe Las Vegas Invitational, which ended Oct. 6: Scoring 1, Corey Pavln, 69.55. 2, Mark O'Meara, 69.61.3, Davis Love III, 69.62.4, Tom Lehman, 69.64.5, Fred Couples, 69.72.6, Tom Watson, 69.81. 7, Brad Faxon, 69.92. 6, Nick Faldo, 69.95. 9, Scott Hoch, 69.96. 10, Ernie Els, 70.01. Driving Distance 1, John Daly, 287.5 yards. 2, John Adams, 286.4.3, Davis Love III, 286.0.4, Fred Couples, 285.9. 5, Tim Herron, 284.1. 6, Steve Strieker, 282.8. 7, Kelly Gibson, 280.9. 8, Cart Paulson, 280.8.9, Joe Acosta Jr., 280.7.10, three tied at 280.0. Driving Accuracy 1, Fred Funk, 79.1 percent. 2, Nick Faldo, 78.6. 3, David Edwards, 77.9. 4 (tie), Tom Byrum and Bruce Lletzke, 77.8. 6 (tie), Olin Browne and Lennle Clements, 76.6. 8, John Morse, 76.5.9, Fulton Alien, 76.3.10, two tied 3176.2. Total Driving 1, David Duval, 41.2, Nick Price, 64.3, Kenny Perry, 65.4, Mark Calcavecchla , 77. 5, Davis Love III, 79.6, Bruce Llelzke, 81. 7 (lie), Craig Parry and Tom Purtzer, 97. 9, Woody Austin, 101.10, Grant Watte, 106. Greens In Regulation 1, Fred Couples, 73.0 percent. 2, Mark O'Meara, 72.5.3, Jesper Pamevik, 71.1.4, Mark Calcavecchla, 71.0. 5, Tom Lehman, 70.9. 6 (tie), Fuzzy Zoeller and David Duval, 70.7. 8, Bob Tway, 70.3.9, Phil Mickelson, 70.1.10, two tied at 69.8. Putting 1, Brad Faxon, 1.716 per green reached In regulation. 2, Mark O'Meara, 1.736. 3, Steve Strieker, 1.742.4, Nick Faldo, 1.743.5 (lie), Lee Janzen and Glen Day, 1.747. 7 (lie), Paul Azlnger and Gil Morgan, 1.749.9, Nolan Henke, 1.750.10, John Wilson, 1.751. Blrdlea 1, Mark O'Meara, 4.29 per round. 2, Fred Couples, 4.28.3, Brad Faxon, 3.99.4, Lee Janzen, 3.97. 5, David Duval, 3.95. 6 (tie), Nick Faldo and Davis Love' III, 3.94. 8 (tie), Jeff Maggert and Gil Morgan, 3.92. 10, Mark Calcavecchla, 3.89. Eagles 1, Tom Watson, 90.0 holes per eagle. 2, Vijay Singh, 113.5. 3, Davis Love III, 116.2. 4, Cart Paulson, 118.5. 5 (tie), Curl Byrum and Mark Calcavecchia, 126.0. 7, Omar Uresti, 130.5. 8, John Adams, 133.2.9, Chris Smith, 136.8.10, John Wilson, 138.6. Sand Saves 1, Gary Rusnak, 65.9 percent 2, Glen Day, 63.0. 3, Justin Leonard, 62.9. 4, Jeff Sluman, 62.3.5, Wayne Grady, 61,7.6, Greg Kraft, 61.1. 7 (tie), Brad Faxon and Tommy Tolles, 60.9.9, Jerry Kelly, 60.6.10, two tied at 60.5. All Around 1, Fred Couples, 196. 2, Mark Calcavecchla, 250.3, Davis Love III, 255.4, Tom Watson, 298. 5, David Duval, 299.6, Jesper Pamevik, 313.7, Payne Stewart, 316.8, Vljey Singh, 319.9, Phil Mickelson, 320.10, Mark O'Meara, 328. LPGA statistics By The Associated Press Statistical leaders on the LPGA Tour through the Big Apple Classic, which ended Oct. 6: Scoring Leaders 1, Laura Davies, 70.44.2, Annika Sorenstam, 70.79. 3, Uselotle Neumann, 70.86. 4, Karrie Webb, 70.91. 5, Meg Mallon, 71.25. 6, Dottle Pepper,-71.32. 7, Michelle McGann, 71.45. 8, Patty Sheehan, 71.47.9, Pal Bradley, 71.47.10, Kelly Robblns, 71.53. Eagles 1, Laura Davies, 10. 2, Kelly Robbins, 8. 3 (tie), Vlcki Fergon, Barb Mucha and Jean Zedlitz, 7.5 (tie), Tracy Hanson, Catrin Nilsmark and Cindy Schreyer, 6. Blrdlea 1, Michelle McGann, 301.2, Karrie Webb, 264. 3, Uselotte Neumann, 271.4, Val Skinner, 269. 5, Brandle Burton, 265.6, Marianne Morris, 263. 7, Barb Mucha, 261. 8, Tracy Kerdyk, 258. 9. Kris Tschetter, 257.10. Emilee Klein, 255. Fairway Leaders 1, Rosle Jones, .824. 2, Nancy Ramsbottom, .812.3. Maria Flgueras-Dottl, .811.4, Amy Fruh- wlrth, .806. 5, Jody Anschutz, .804. 6, Tracy Kerdyk, .802.7. Emilee Klein, .784.8, Tina Barrett. .790. 9, Pattl Llsclo, .783.10. Leta Llndley. .783. Greens Leaders 1, Kelly Robblns .732. 2. Annlka Sorenstam .719. 3, Karrie Webb .716. 4, Meg Mallon .709. 5, tie, Marianne Morris and Donna Andrews, .708.7, Belh Daniel .703.8, Nancy Lopez .701. 9, Michelle McGann .699.10, Laurel Kean .693. Sand Save Leaders 1, Danielle Ammaccapane. .561. 2, Caroline Pierce, .540. 3, Alice Miller, .537. 4, Martha Nause, .535. 5, Carolyn Hill, .534. 6, Jennifer Wyatt, .526.7, Pattl Llscto, .524.6, Barb Whitehead, .523. 9, Noelle Daghe, .517. 10, LaRee Pearl Sugg, .512. Putting Leaders 1, Llselotte Neumann 29.17. 2, Dottle Pepper 29.33.3, Cindy Schreyer 29.40.4, Danielle Ammaccapane 29.45. 5, Brandle Burton 29.47. 6, Jenny Lldback 29.63.7, Barb Whltehead 29.68. 8, Carolyn Hill 29.68. 9, Tammle Green 29.74. 10, Jane Cratler 29.75. Driving Average Leaders I, Laura Davies, 261.6. 2, Michelle McGann, 255.8. 3, Jean Bartholomew, 255.6. 4, Kelly Robblns, 255.4.5, Jane Geddes, 254.1.6, Karrie Webb, 249.9. 7, Annette DeLuca, 249.3. 8, Belh Daniel, 249.2. 9, Tanla Abilbol, 249.1. 10, Helen Alfredsson, 249.0. Senior PGA stats PONTE VEDRA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Senior PGA Tour statistical leaders through the Ralphs Senior Classic, which ended Oct. 6: Scoring 1, Hale Irwln, 69.46.2, Isao Aokl, 69.95.3, Ray Floyd, 70.01. 4, Bob Murphy, 70.19. 5, Dave Stockton, 70.23. 6, Graham Marsh, 70.36. 7, John Bland, 70.42. 8, Jay Slgel, 70.55. 9 (lie), Jim Colbert and Brian Barnes, 70.71. Driving Distance 1 (tie), Terry Dill and John Jacobs, 286.1. 3, Jay Slgel, 283.3. 4, Jim Dent, 278.7. 5, Tom Welskopt, 278.3. 6, David Graham, 275.7. 7, Dewltt Weaver, 274.7.8, Brian Barnes, 272.0.9, Bruce Summerhays, 271.4. 10, Jim Wilkinson, 270.9. Driving Accuracy 1, Calvin Peete, 79.6 percent. 2. Hale Irwln, 79.3. 3, Deane Beman, 78.8. 4 (lie), Graham Marsh and John Bland, 77.7, 6, Bob Murphy, 77.5.7, Bob E. Smith, 77.1.8 (lie), Bud Allln and Isao Aokl, 77.0.10, Bruce Cramplon, 76.4. Total Driving 1, Brian Barnes, 25.2, Graham Marsh, 27.3, J.C. Snead, 35. 4 (tie), Isao Aokl and Jack Meter, 42. 6, Walter Morgan, 45.7, Hale Irwin, 46. 8, Ray Floyd, 48. 9, Jay Slgel, 50.10, Bob Murphy, 51. Greens In Regulation 1, Hale Irwln, 74.9 percent. 2, Brian Bames, 73.6. 3, Graham Marsh, 72.7. 4, Ray Floyd, 72.4. 5, Jay Slgel, 72.0. 6, Isao Aoki, 71.4. 7, John Bland, 71.3.8, Dave Stockton, 70.3.9, Bob Murphy, 70.0.10, J.C. Snead, 69.6. Putting 1, Bob Murphy, 1.746 per green reached In regulation. 2, Vicente Fernandez, 1.750.3, Hale Irwln, 1.755. 4, Rocky Thompson, 1.766. 5, Dave Stockton, 1.768.6 (lie), Isao Aokl and Ray Floyd, 1.770. 8 (lie), Jimmy Powell and John Bland, 1.772.10, Jim Colbert, 1.778. Blrdlea 1, Hale Irwln, 4.07 per round. 2, Isao Aokl, 3.97.3, Bob Murphy, 3.92.4, Ray Royd, 3.88.5, Graham Marsh, 3.78. 6 (tie), Jay Slgel and Vicente Fernandez, 3.74.8, Jim Dent, 3.71.9 (lie), Jim Colbert and Dave Stockton, 3.59. Eaglea 1, Lee Trevlno, 133.2. 2, Tom Welskopf, 133.7. 3, Isao Aoki, 148.0. 4, David Graham, 150.0. 5, John Jacobs, 153.8.6, Kermlt Zariey, 159.8.7, Brian Bames, 168.0.6 (tie), Terry Dill and Glbby Gilbert, 180.0.10, Mike Hill, 183.6. Sand Saves 1, Tom Welskopf, 60.7 percent. 2, Bob Murphy, 60.4.3, Ray Floyd, 59.8.4 (lie), Bob Dickson and Jimmy Powell, 58.4.6, Hale Irwin, 57.5. 7 (lie), Mike McCullough and Jerry McGee, 56.8. 9, Calvin Peele, 56.3.10, two tied at 56.0. All Around 1, Hale Irwln, 72. 2, Bob Murphy, 83. 3, Isao Aokl, 100. 4, Ray Royd, 112. 5, John Bland, 124. 6, Vicente Fernandez, 149. 7, Brian Bames, 153. 8, Graham Marsh, 160. 9, Kermit Zariey, 166.10, Larry Gilbert, 176. Nike Tour money PONTE VEDRA, Fla. (AP) — Leading money winners on the Nike Tour through the Olympla Open, which ended Oct. 6: Tm Money 1. Stewart Clnk 20 $206,699 2. Michael Christie 25 $191,033 3. Joe Durant 26 $146,886 4. Dave Rummells 25 $121,753 5. David Berganlo Jr. 20 $117,672 6. Brett Oulgley 27 $115,638 7. P.H. Horgan III 27 $115,135 8. Brent Geiberger 27 $101,192 9. Eric Johnson 26 $98,304 10. Greg Twlggs 24 $97,510 Tennis CA Trophy VIENNA, Austria (AP) — Results Wednesday Irom Ihe $800,000 CA Trophy tournament at Vienna's Stadthalle sports hall: First Round Omar Camporese, Italy, del, Magnus Gustafsson, Sweden, 6-2,6-4. Thomas Muster (1); Austria, del. Glanluca Pozzl, llaly, 7-5,6-4. Amaud Boetsch, France, del. Marcelo Rlos (8), Chile, 6-2,8-4. Yevgeny Kafelnikov (3), Russia, del.\Davld Prinosil, Germany,-7-6 (7/2), 6-2. Daniel Vacek, Czech Republic, def. Paul Haarhuis, Netherlands, 7-8 (12-10), 6-3. Boris Becker (5), Germany, del. Mark'Wood- (orde, Australia, 7-8 (7-2), 3-6,6-4. Second Round Marc Rosset, Switzerland, def. Andrei Medvedev, Ukraine, 7-8 (7-5), 4-6, 6-4. Porsche Grand Prix FILDERSTADT, Germany (AP) — Results Wednesday at the $450,000 Porsche Grand Prix WTA tennis tournament (seedings In parentheses): Second Round Anke Huber (5), Germany, def. Elena Wagner, Germany, 6-2,6-1. Arantxa Sanchez-Vlcario (1), Spain, def. Jennifer Capriati, Wesley Chapel, Fla., 8-4,8-4. Conchita Martinez (2), Spain, del. Asa Carlsson, Sweden, 7-5,6-4 Judith Wlesner, Austria, def. Karina Habsudo- va, Slovakia, 1-6,6-4,6-2 Martina Hingis (6), Switzerland del. Amanda Coetzer, South Africa, 6-1,7-5. Dog pacing Wichita Park By The Associated Pratt Wednesday Matinee Results 1st race — 5-16 Grade E Time: 31.00 4 Brinks Carolina 5.00 3.20 2.401 Sienna's Girt 3.60 3.SO 3 DR's Fast Lizzie 3.20 Oulnlete: (1-4) $20.20 Trftecta: (4-1-3) $109.60 2nd race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 30.95 4 Flying Shark 6.40 3.40 2.60 2 Russ'a Papa Bear 4.60 3.40 8 Mystic Rick 3.60 Qulnlela: (2-4) $25.60 Trllecta: (4-2-8) $176.00 Quln-Dbl: 1-42-4 $117.20 3rd race — 5-16 Grade E Time: 31.06 6 Buddy's Ed 14.60 6.80 3.401 Promise To Win 4.60 4.60 5 BY's Majestic 2.80 Qulnlela: (1-6) $116.60 Trilecta: (6-1 -5) $409.40 4lh race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 3152 1 HH Snow White 39.60 5.00 5.60 5 Imokle Caroline 5.40 4.40 3 Ham N Egget 9.20 Qulnlela: (1-5) $38.00 Super (1-5-A-A) $ 805.00 5th race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 30.74 2 Beve 3.80 3.40 2.80 1 Santa Fe Festus 5.40 2.60 5 Wix Pretender 3.60 Qulnlela: (1-2) $9.60 Trifecla: (2-1-5) $13.60 Scratched: 4 Figs Promo 6lh race — 5-16 Grade B Time: 30.81 8 Mohican Argo 4.80 4.80 3.20 4 Flying Mlchelln 3.40 3.00 6 Custus 4.40 Oulnlela: (4-6) $14.60 Trifecta: (8-4-6) $99.00 7th race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 31.05 B MC P's One Jump 7.80 7.20 4.60 1 Unruly Blazer 34.20 10.20 4 N's Zip Strip Oulnlela: (1-5) $122.60 Trllecta: (5-1-4) $2232.20 2nd Hall Twln-Tri: No Winner Carryover: $1,822.86 8th race—5-16 Grade D Time: 31.128 Rockn A Rennle 6.40 5.00 3.20 7 Bojo 29.60 9.80 5 WWs Be Quiet 17.60 Quinlela: (7-8) $45.80 Super (8-7-5-4) $ 2254.20 9lh race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 31.05 2 Soar On Wings 9.0012.8010.801 Sty Jim 5.80 3.40 3 Kip Kano 3.00 Oulnlela: (1-2) $55.40 Trilecta: $67.60 10th race — 5-16 Grade C Time: 31.30 B MCE's Me Flyer 5.20 3.00 3.40 3 Dr. B'S Fuzz 4.60 2.80 6 Sunset Snap 2.80 Quinlela: (3-8) $25.80 Trllecta: (8-3-6) $131.80 11th race—3-8 Grade D Time: 38.40 5 Imok- le Chori 6.80 6.40 6.00 6 Sahara's Jammin 14.00 7 Beautiful Isle 5.40 Qulniela: (5-6) $181.40 Trllecta: (5-6-7) $401.40 2nd Hall TriSuper: No Winner Carryover $18,892.45 12lh race—5-16 Grade BTIme: 30.917 Want It In Time 26.20 6.60 3.60 3 Klowa Inzer 4.20 4.20 2 Flying Acura 5.40 Qulnlela: (3-7) $11.00 Super (7-3-2-6) $ 324.80 Scratched: 5 Trlbeca Grace 13lh race — 5-16 Grade A Time: 30.78 4 Johnsles Lodge 18.40 5.60 4.60 3 Payday Rocket 5.20 5.60 8 Klowa Alabama 5.60 Oulnlela: (3-4) $33.20 Trllecta: (4-3-8) $511.80 14th race — 5-16 Grade D Time: 31.15 3 Crystal Flrelite 6.80 4.60 3.40 2 HJ's Sparky 7.40 5.40 4 LG's Rambo 9.80 Oulntela: (2-3) $23.60 Trifecta: (3-2-4) $335.40 Quln-Dbl: 3-42-3 $419.60 15th race — 3-8 Grade C Time: 38.63 2 Kid Fred 27.80 7.80 3.00 7 Pete Pizzaz 5.40 3.00 4 Fair Haired Kate 3.00 Oulnlela: (2-7) $47.20 Super (2-7-4-1) $2265.00 Attendance: 500. Handle: $52,482. Volleyball State college AT HAYS Nebraska-Kearney del. Fort Hays State, 15-2, 15-9,15-3 High school TUESDAY NIGHT'S MATCHES AT HAYS Dodge City del. Sallna Central, 10-15, 15-9, 15-7. Central stats — Lyndsey Glnlher, 13 kills; Lexl Fellers, 6 assists. • Sallna Central del. Hays, 10-15,15-7,17-15. Central stats — Glnlher, 21 assists; Christina Frost, 14 kills; Tara McDonald, 12 kills. Record —Central, 13-5. Next matches — Saturday, al Derby Invitational, 10a.m. General Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX-Clalmed RHP Mike Campbell ofl waivers from the Chicago Cubs and RHP Bob Milackl ofl waivers from the Seattle Mariners. SEATTLE MARINERS—Announced INF Doug Strange, INF Brian Hunter, and OF Alex Diaz have refused outright assignments and chose to become free agenls. TEXAS RANGERS—Assigned RHP Jefl Davis and OF Jack Volgt outright to Oklahoma City ol Ihe American Association. Re-signed RHP Clint Davis, 1B Bubba Smith, LHP John O'Donoghue and OF Mike Murphy to minor- league contracts. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Named Carlos Tosca manager ol Charlotte of the International League. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Announced Trent Jewetl will manage Calgary ol the PCL next season; '.''.• BASKETBALL ' National Basketball Association ATLANTA HAWKS-Released F Pat Durham. FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE RAVENS-Slgned RBrKR Randy Baldwin. BUFFALO Bias-Placed S Henry Jones on Injured reserve. Signed DB Mike Salmon. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed CB Otis Smith. Waived TE Lovett Pumell. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS-Slgned C Bryan Sloltenberg and LB Arnold Ale. Signed TE Werner Hlppler to Ihe practice squad. Waived LB Joe Cummlngs. Placed WR Jimmy Oliver on Injured reserve. HOCKEY National Hockey League NHL—Suspended Edmonton Oilers LW Louie DeBrusk for four games and lined him $1,000 for a slashing incident against Vancouver. FLORIDA PANTHERS-Sent C Steve Washburn to Carolina ol the AHL. HARTFORD WHALERS-Traded LW Brendan Shanahan and D Brian Glynn to Ihe Detroit Red Wings fcr C Keith Prlmeau and D Paul Colley. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS-Reassigned C Domentc Pltlis, C Oleg Belov and D Alexel Krivchenkov Irom Cleveland ol the IHL to Long Beach ol the IHL and C Ryan Savola from Cleveland to Ihe Canadian national team. HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL STANDINGS CHEYENNE CONFERENCE League Overall Kensington 20 50 Logan 2050 Northern Valley 2032 . Eastern Heights 2141 Mortand 1223 Palco 1314 Lenora 04 14 Last Week's Results Eastern Heights 54, Lenora 6: Logan 66, Mortand 46; Kensington 50, Palco 0: Northern Valley 52, Ransom 6. This Week's Games Friday - Eastern Heights at Natoma; Kensington at Mortand; Northern Valley at Lenora; Logan at Palco. COTTONWOOD VALLEY Sacred Heart 4050 Marion 2132 Chase County 2232 Council Grove 2223 Heringlon 1223 Remington 0405 Last Week'* Results Chase County 60, Remington 20; Council Grove 34, Heringlon 12; Sacred Heart 14, Mar- Jon fl. This Week'* Game* Friday - Chase County al Council Grove; Heringlon al Sacred Heart; Remington at Marlon. EISENHOWER Centre 6050 Bennington 3132 SJ-Mllllary 3132 Hope 3232 Tescott 2223 Solomon 1313 Wakelleld 0405 While City 0405 Last Week's Result* Bennington 41, Solomon 26; Blue Valley- Randolph 49, White City 0; Quivira Heights 30, Tescolt 14; Hope 58, St. John's Military 36; Centre 61, Wakelleld 14. This Week'* Qame* Friday - Centre, Idle; Solomon at SJ-MIII- tary, Tescott at Bennington; Wakelleld at White City. Saturday - Hope at SI. Mary's Academy. 1-70 Sallna Central 4050 Manhattan 2040 Junction City 1141 Sallna South 1323 Topeka High 1323 Topeka West 0223 Last Week'* Results Junction dry 24, Topeka High 18; Manhattan 20, Sallna South 14 (2 OT); Sallna Central 46, Topeka West 14. This Week's Q«m*« Friday - Manhattan at Sallna Central; Sallna South al Junction City; Topeka West at Topeka High. MID-CONTINENT Norton 5050 Smith Center 5050 Stockton 3232 Trego 3232 Ellis 2323 Hill City 2323 Plalnvllle 2323 Victoria 2323 Phlillpsburg 1414 Osbome 0505 Uit Week'* Results Ellis 39, Victoria 8; Norton 46, Hill City 0: Phlllipsburg 14, Osbome 6; Smith Center 62, Plain* B; Trego 33, Stockton 14. This Week's Games Friday- Hill City atPhilllpsburg; Norton al Plaiwllle; Osbome at Ellis; Stockton at Smith Center; Trego at Victoria. MID-STATE Holslngton 4050 Lamed 1141 ScottCity 1132 Pratt 0223 TMP-Marian 0214 Last Week'* Results Hoisington 25, Scott City 12; Pratt 40, Kingman 0; Ulysses 58, TMP-Marian 14. Saturday - Lamed 26, Granule 20. This Week's Games Friday - Lamed at Scott City; Ulysses at Holslngton; TMP-Marian at Pratt. NCAA Southeast-Saline • 2050 Minneapolis 2032 Belolt 1041 Belleville 1032 Ellsworth 0305 Russell 0305 U»t Week's Results Belolt 43, Abilene 7; Concordla 22, Belleville 14; Southeast-Saline 38, Ellsworth 8; Minneapolis 40, Russell 10. This Wwk's Games Friday - Belolt at Russell; Ellsworth al BeUevflle; Minneapolis at Lincoln; Southeast ol Saline al Concordla. NORTH CENTRAL KANSAS Marysville 3041 Wamego 2141 Concordia 1141 Abilene 01 23 Chapman 0223 Clay Center 01 14 Last Week's Results Belolt 43, Abilene 7; Marysville 44, Clay Center 20; Concordla 22, Belleville 14; Wamego 27, Chapman 13. This Week's Games Friday - Clay Center at Wamego; Colby at Chapman: Marysville at Abilene; Southeast of Saline at Concordla. NORTHWEST KANSAS St. Francis 3041 Goodland 2032 Hoxle 2123 Oakley 3232 Obertin 3232 Atwood 2223 Colby 0405 Qulnler 0405 Last Weak'* Results Dighton 24, Atwood 14; Hays 28, Colby 0; Hoxle 56, Qulnler 7; St. Francis 35, Oakley 0; Goodland 41, Oberlln 19. This Week's Games Friday - Atwood at Oberlln; Colby al Chapman; Dundy County, Neb. at SI. Francis; Oakley at Hoxle; Qulnler at Meade; Sidney, Neb. at Goodland. PIKE TRAIL Mankato 6050 Waconda East 5050 Pike Valley 3141 SJ-Belolt 3232 Hlllcresl 2232 White Rock 1314 Jewell 1414 North Central 0305 Southern Cloud 0505 Last Week's Result* Pike Valley 34, Axtell 14; Mankato 52, Jewell 8; SJ-Beloll 48, North Central 0; White Rock 56, Southern Cloud 6; Waconda East 40, Hillcrest 34. This Week's Games Friday - Chester-Hubbell-Byron, Neb. at Jewell; Hillcrest at Linn; Mankato at Southern Cloud (Glasco); Pike Valley at North Central; Waconda East at Lucas-Luray; While Rock at SJ-Beloit. TWIN LAKES Wilson 5050 Sylvan 2050 Lucas-Luray 31 32 Downs 1214 Tiplon 1314 Chase 1414 Natoma 0304 Last Week'* Remit* Lucas-Luray 56, Chase 6; Natoma, Idle; Sylvan 68, Tlpton 16; Wilson 44, Downs 8. This Week'* Game* Friday - Downs al Chase; Eastern Heights at Natoma; Tlpton, Idle; Waconda East al Lucas-Luray; Wilson at Sylvan. WESTERN KANSAS LIBERTY Division I Grinnell 0031 Sharon Springs 0031 Tribune 0022 Cheylln 0023 Division II Triplajns ' 2050 Brewiter 1014 Healy-UUca 1123 Golden Plains 0304 Last Week'* Results Healy-UUca 26, Cheylin 20; Brewster 56, Golden Plains 6; Triplalns 48, Grinnell 26; Hol- la 28, Sharon Springs 14; Tribune, Idle. This Week's Game*. Friday - Brewster al Ransome; Golden Plains at Cheylin; Grinnell at Bazlne; Healy-Utl- ca, Idle; Sharon Springs al Triplalns; Tribune al Satanta. OTHERS Ell-Saline 0050 Linn 0040 Hanover 0041 Hemdon 0041 McPherson 0032 Quivira Heights 00 32 Smoky Valley 0032 Washington 0022 Canton-Galva 0023 Clifton-Clyde 0023 Hays 0023 Lincoln 0014 Emmanuel Christian 00 02 Jennings 0003 Hlllsboro 0005 Last Week'* Result* Bern 40, Hanover 28; Canton-Galva 42, Sedgwick 8; Hays 28, Colby 0; Ell-Saline 65, Peabody 6; Hemdon 68, Jennings 12; Storting 55, Hlllsboro 27; LaCrosse 24, Lincoln 14; Linn 50, Baileyvllle 26; McPherson 28, Campus 14; Quivira Heights 30, Tescott 14; Rlley County 25, Clifton-Clyde 14; Smoky Valley 14, Haven 10; Washington, Idle. This Week'* dames Frtdsy - Arthur, Neb. at Hemdon; Bal- leyvllle al Hanover; Cent/alia at Washington; Clifton-Clyde al Superior, Neb.; Cunningham at Quivira Heights; Dodge City at Hays; Elllnwood at Smoky Valley; Hlldreth, Nab. al Jennings; Hillcrest at Linn; Hlllsboro at Halt stead; Minneapolis at Lincoln; Moundridge at Canton-Galva; Newton at McPherson; Sedgwick at Ell-Saline. SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing BIRMINGHAM, Ala. — For a long time, records, wins and awards have been a common part of Richard Petty's life, but he conceded his upcoming induction into the International Motor- sports Hall of Fame is different. "The thing is, this is international," said Petty, who wore his trademark black cowboy hat, STP shades and a huge Winston Cup Champion belt buckle to Wednesday's announcement of the newest inductees. At a ceremony next April 24, Petty will join Buddy Baker, the late Ralph Earnhardt, Don Garlits, Jim Hall and Rick Mears in the hall in Talladega, Ala. It will be the seventh induction ceremony for the hall, which was established in 1990. Petty formed a loyal following of American fans during a 34-year career, over which he simply became known as "The King." The NASCAR superstar won 200 races and seven Winston Cup points championships. He was voted Most Popular Driver by fans nine times, and was named Driver of The Year in 1971. Baseball DETROIT — Four former Detroit Tigers' bat boys allege in a federal lawsuit that they were treated unfairly and illegally. Allegations include that bat boys were assigned unpaid overtime and that tips left for them by players were stolen, The Detroit News reported Wednesday. "They took advantage of us and exploited us," said Troy Adams, 22, of Dearborn Heights, who worked for the Tigers from 1990-95. In court filings, the team denies the allegations. "You can't accept what's in the complaint as gospel," Tigers lawyer Richard Seryak said. "We regret the litigation, but we don't think they were unfairly treated." The Tigers, as a seasonal entertainment and recreation business, are exempt from the federal Fair Labor Standards Act, he said. Other former bat boys in the lawsuit are Adams' brother, Shawn Adams, 19, who worked for the team from 1993 until two months ago; David Roulo, 21, of Livonia, and Wayne Carlise, 21, of Detroit. They seek at least $10,000 in damages. Basketball BARRIE, Ontario — As he hobbled off to the locker-room, Marcus Camby was worried about an opportunity lost. Just as he was getting the feel of an NBA training camp, a foot injury has. relegated the prized Toronto Raptors rookie to the role of spectator instead of participant. "I'm just anxious to get started on my career," he said Wednesday. "I hope it's soon." Just when Camby can play is uncertain. A magnetic resonance imaging examination on his right foot Tuesday showed no structural damage. He stepped on teammate Acie Earl's foot during a scrimmage Sunday. However, there are some strained ligaments and Camby's status for now is day-to-day. Officially, he's questionable for Friday's preseason opener against the Atlanta Hawks. LOS ANGELES — Glenn Harrick, son of UCLA basketball coach Jim Harrick, said his involvement in selling his father's car to the sister of a key recruit was "much more innocent than it looks" in published reports. The sale came two days after the woman's brother gave a verbal commitment to play for the Bruins. "Being in LA and UCLA, people always assume the worst," Glenn Harrick said. "But it's much more innocent that it looks like in today's paper. It was just foolishly handled." Harrick was interviewed Tuesday by the Los Angeles Times. The Bruins' basketball program is being investigated by the Pacific 10 Conference and UCLA after the newspaper reported that Glenn Harrick sold the car to Lisa Hodoh Sept. 20. Hodoh is the older sister of Baron Davis, a 6-foot-l point guard who committed to UCLA. The transaction is a possible NCAA violation. Hockey LONDON, Ontario — The groin pull that has sidelined Philadelphia Flyers center Eric Lindros for the first two games of the season might keep him out of the lineup for another one or two weeks. Orthopedic specialist Peter Fowler examined Lindros at the sports medicine center on the University of Western Ontario campus Wednesday and concluded he is'unsure if the injury will ever heal completely. Whether Lindros joins the club next week for a West Coast road trip depends on the dqctors' evaluations, Flyers coach Terry Murray said. Lindros was sixth in the NHL in scoring last season with 47 goals and 68 assists. FAIRBANKS, Alaska — A college hockey player partially paralyzed after breaking his neck during practice underwent surgery Wednesday, with doctors hoping they can restore more feeling in his upper body. University of Alaska Fairbanks sophomore Erik Drygas, 20, was injured when he crashed head-first into the boards Monday. There was slight improvement in Drygas' condition Tuesday, said Scott Roselius, UAF sports information director. Drygas had some feeling from his neck down to his chest, could flex his biceps and had some arm movement, Roselius said. HARTFORD, Conn. — The Hartford Whalers traded former captain Brendan Shanahan and de- fenseman Brian Glynn to the Detroit Red Wings on Wednesday for center KeithvPrimeau and de- fenseman Paul Coffey. The 27-year-old Shanahan, pegged by the Whalers as a scoring star who was going to help salvage the embattled franchise, requested a trade last month citing a desire to play for a more stable franchise. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 913-627-6228 Heartland Park Topeka ticket oNlce 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket office 816-924-8400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9357 Kansas State University ticket office 800-221-2267 Kansas Wildlite & Parks (Hays oflice/lishlng report) 913-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Golf Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 Salina Parks & Recreation office 913-626-7434 Sallna Parks & Recreation Information 913-826-7464 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (reservations) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) 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