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2DThursday, August 4, 1994 Tallahassee Democrat Coach's Tuesday was a day of surprises for women's soccer in this country. Anson Dorrance, the man who led the U.S. team to the inaugural World Championship in 1991, resigned as manager of the American team. Tony DeCicco, who was assistant coach on the team, has taken over. Vinny Gill The surprising aspect was that Dorrance will remain head coach at the University of North Carolina. Dor-rance's Tar Heels have won nine straight NCAA Championships and look ready to add another this year. From an outside perspective, there seemed few things left for Dorrance to conquer in GOODWILL GAMES Basketball China 77, Canada 51 United States 97, Italy 37 U.S. 92, Italy 37 UNITED STATES Slalev 2-7 0-0 4, Smith 0-3 0-1 0, Bolton-Hotitield 4-8 0-0 IS, Swoopes 6-10 1-2 IS, Azii 4-4 2-211, Leslie 4-S 2-3 10, McGnee 4-7 4-512, Kaplan 0-1 0-0 0, Berry 4-7 5-4 13, Davis 2-7 6-7 10, Head 0-0 0- 0 0, Freeman 1-2 O-O 2, Totals 33-63 20-26 n. ITALY Paparazzo 4-S 0-2 , Bonficlio 1- 6 t-2 S, Zocco 0-2 1-4 1, Nicosia 1-2 0-0 2, Zara 4-9 0-0 9, Caselin 1 -4 0-0 2. Adamoli 0-2 0-0 0, Balleogl 3-5 1-2 8, Sarni 0-5 0-0 0, Ferrari 0-0 0-0 0, Pongettl 0-0 0-0 0, Rezoaoll 0- 3 2-2 2, Totals 15-46 5-12 37. Halftime NA. 3-potnt goals United States 6-12 (Staley 0-1, Smith 0-1, Bolton-Holifield 3-4, Swoopes 2-3, Azii 1-2, Davis 0-1); Italy 2-5 IBontigllo 0-1, Zara 1-2, Balleggi 1- 2). Fouled out None. Rebounds United States 40 (Leslie 6, Bollon-Holifield 6. Freeman 6); Italy 26 (Balleggi 10). Assists United States 23 (Staley 7);, Italy 7 (Zara 2, Caselin 2). Total fouls United States IS, Italy 21. A NA. Canoe-Kayak Wednesday from St. Petersburg, Russia MEN K-l 50O 1. Aleksandr Kostoglod, Russia, 1 minute, 52.82 seconds. 2, Ivan Klementyev, Poland, 1:53.15. 3, Aleksandr Gramovich, Belarus, 1:53.9). 4, Eric Jamieson, Britain, 1:57.95. 5, David Serafin, San Diego, 2:05.00. K-2 5001, Anatoli Tishchenko and Oleg Gorobv, Russia, 1:29.65. 2, Mike Marbold, Honolulu, and Peter Newton, Honolulu, 1:31.08. 3, Andrei Pyetrov and Andrei Barzukov, Ukraine, 1:32.23. 4, Sergei Kalesnik and Andrei Plitkln, Belarus, 1:35.68. 5, Viktor Do-brotvorsky and Dmitri Izaak, Kazakhstan, 1:37.41. C-l 500 I, Knut Holmann, Norway, 1:39.39. 2, Renn Crichkiw, Canada, 1:41.73. 3, Michael Herbert, Rogers, Ark., 1:43.53. 4, Nevo Eitan, Israel, 1:44.01. C-2 5001, Andrei Kabanov and Pavel Konovalov, Russia, 1:42.60. 2. Christia Fre-derlksen and Bob Dokkedal, Denmark, 1:42.94. 3, Aleksandr Maseikov and Dmitri Dovgalyonok, Belarus, 1:44.55. 4, Andrei Ba-labanov and Viktor Dobrotvorsky, Ukraine, 1:47.03. S, David Spaulding, Newport Beach, Calif., and Joe Harper, Ventura, Calif., 1:54.02. WOMEN K-l 5001, Anna Olsson, Sweden, 1:52.76. 2, Vlktorlya Morozova, Russia, 1:55.21. 3, Elzbleta Urbanczvk, Poland, 1:55.92. 4, Traci Phillips, Honolulu, 1:57.24. Diving Wednesday from Sf. Petersburg, Russia MEN One-meter springboard 1. Chen Sheng, China, 397.08 points. 2. Andrei Semenyuk, Belarus. 358.92. 3. Kevin McMahon, Fremont, Mo., 357.66. 4. Brian Earley, Aliso Vleto, Calif., 343.47. 5. Liu Ben, China, 331.68. 6. Andrei Kustov, Russia, 330.30. 7. Viktor Rvbushkln, Russia, 330.06. 8. Peter Bohler, Germany, 299.52. 9. Gilles Dousse, France, 297.12. 10. Philippe Comtois, Canada, 286.44. 11. Damir Akhmetbekov, Kazakhstan, 254.a8. Gymnastics Wednesday from St. Petersburg, Russia MEN INDIVIDUAL ALL-AROUND 1. Aleksei Nemov, Russia, S7.87S points. 2. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 56.775. 3. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia, 56.525. 4. Grigori Misyutin, Ukraine, 56.500. 5. Van Dun, China, 55.550. 6. Chainev Umphrey, Albuquerque, 55.450. 7. Scott Keswick, Las Vegas, 55 325. 8. Sandro Nistor, Romania, 55.200. FLOOR EXERCISE t. Aleksei Nemov. Russia, 9.650. 2. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 9.600. 2. Grigori Misyutin, Ukraine, 9.600. 4. Andrei Kan, Belarus, 9.550. 5. Vital! Rudnitsky, Belarus, 9.525. 6. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia, 9.500. 7. Ivan Pavlovsky, Belarus, 9.400 8. Scott Keswick, Las Vegas, 9.250 HORSE 1. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia, 9.725. 2. Aleksei Nemov. Russia, 9.700. 2. Grigori Misyutin, Ukraine, 9.700. 4. Van Dun, China, 9.300. 5. Sandro Nistor, Romania, 9.100. 5. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 9.100. 7. Paolo Buccl, Italy, 9.000. 8. Oiovanni D'lnnochenco, Italy, 8.950. RINGS 1. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 9.800. 2. Scott Keswick, Las Vegas, 9.775. 3. Grigori Misyutin. Ukraine, 9.750. 4. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia, 9.5S0. 5. Paolo Buccl, Italy, 9.500. 5. Chainev Umphrey, Albuquerque, 9.500. 7. Van Dun, China, 9.450. 8. Aleksei Nemov, Russia, 9.400. VAULT 1. Aleksei Nemov, Russia, 9.700. 2. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 9.675. 3. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia, 9.650. 3, Grigori Misyutin, Ukraine, 9.650. 5. Cristian Leric, Romania, 9.500. ii Sandro Nistor, Romania, 9.400. 7. Andrei Kan, Belarus, 9.300. 7. Van Dun, China, 9.300. PARALLEL BARS 1. Aleksei Nemov, Russia, 9.775. 2. Aleksei Voropavev, Russia, 9.550. 3. Chainev Umphrey, Albuquerque, 9.500. 4. Andrei Kan. Belarus, 9.47S. 5. Van Dun. China, 9.450. 6. Cristian Leric, Romania, 9.400. 7. Vital! Rudnitsky, Belarus, 9.375. 8. Diovannl D'lnnochenco, Italy, 9.300. HORIZONTAL BAR 1. Yevgeni Shabayev, Russia. 9.700. 2. Aleksei Nemov, Russia, 9.650. 3. Sandro Nistor, Romania, 9.600. 4. Scott Keswick, Las Vegas, 9.500. 5. Chainev umphrey, Albuquerque, 9.300. a. Vitali Rudnitsky, Belarus, 9.200. 7. Ivan Pavlovsky, Belarus, 9.100. 8. Aleksei voropavev, Russia, 9.050. Volleyball WOMEN Com X Nethenaods 0 (15-13, lj-li, 15-5) Germany X Per u 1 17-15. 15-11, 15-11, 5-i2) Russia J, Japan 0 15-13. 15-10. 15-101 United States 3, China 0 (15-4, 15-, 15-3) U.S. 3, China 0 (15-4, 15-4. 15-3 UNITED STATES (KtHS-Actl-Stuff Mocki) Zertertund l-0-l,K Odeo 7-0-4, Wende 0-0-0, B.Oder. 10-0-2, Scott 0-0-0, Burton 0-0-0, Youngs 8-0-0, Garner 7-1 -2, Fowl IS-O-t, Team 48-1-10. CHINA Yongmei 4-1-1, Yang 2-O-0, -O-0 Hong 9-0-0- Aihoa 3-0-0, W Yan O-O-O, Ytzni 0-1-O, L ran 9-0-0, Lu Xiao 0-0-0, Xu Ya 3-O-0, Team 31-2-1. resignation a big i SOCCER Medals table Through Wednesday's events COUNTRY G S B TOT Russia 55 40 41 136 United States 33 31 11 102 Cuba 9 9 4 24 Ukraine 3 5 10 18 Germany 2 5 11 18 Belarus A 10 16 South Korea 10 5 - 15 China 8 5 2 15 Britain 3 4 3 10 Canada 2 4 3 9 Italy 2 14 7 Spain 2 14 7 France 2-57 Kenya 2 13 6 Japan 12 3 6 Turkey 12 3 6 Belgium 1-45 Poland - 2 2 4 Australia - 1 3 4 Norway 3 - - 3 Armenia - 3 - 3 Finland - 1 2 3 Uzbekistan - - 3 3 Costa Rica 11-2 Sweden 11-2 Puerto Rico 1-12 Latvia - 2 - 2 Nigeria - 2 - 2 Romania - 2 - 2 Denmark - 1 1 2 Bulgaria - - 2 2 Hungary - - 2 2 Jamaica --22 Moldova - - 2 2 Netherlands - - 2 2 Slovakia - - 2 2 Algeria 1 - - 1 Georgia 1 - - 1 Mexico 1 - - 1 Morocco 1 - - 1 Mozambique 1 - - 1 Slovenia 1 - - 1 Austria . - 1 - 1 Brazil .1-1 Estonia - 1 - 1 Iran - 1 - 1 Ireland - 1 - 1 Namibia - 1 - 1 Portugal - 1 - 1 Somalia - 1 - 1 Zambia - 1 - 1 Egypt - - 1 1 Kazakhstan --11 Syria - - 1 1 Today's schedule BASKETBALL Women Canada vs. France, 3 a.m. United States vs. Russia, 5 a.m. CANOE-KAYAK Men's 1,000-meter, K-1, K-2, C-1, C-2, 3 a.m. Women's 500-meter, K-2, 3 a.m. Women One-meter springboard, 11 a.m. FIGURE SKATING Ladies technical program, ice dance original program, 11 a.m. Individual apparatus, 11 a.m. Two races, 3 a.m. AUTO RACING NASCAR Brickyard 400 Saturday at Indianapolis, Ind. ENTRY LIST 0. Delma Cowart, Savannah, Ga Ford Thunderbird, H.L. Waters. 00. w-Scott Gavtord, Lakewood, Colo., Ford Thunderbird, Geoff Burnev. 1. Rick Mast, Rockbridge Baths, Va., Ford Thunderbird, Richard Jackson. 2. Rusty Wallace, Concord, N.C., Ford Thunderbird, Penske South Racing. 02. Derrlke Cope, Huntersvllle, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, T.W. Taylor. 3. Dale Earnhardt, Doolie, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Richard Childress. 4. Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Lumina, Morgan McClure Racing. 04. w-Hershel McGriff, Green Valley, Ariz., Ford Thunderbird, Breezly Motorsports. 5. Terry Labonte, Archdale, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Hendrlck Motorsports Inc. 6. Mark Martin, Daytona Beach, Fla., Ford Thunderbird, Jack Roush. 7. Geoff Bodine, Julian, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Geoff Bodine Racing. 07. Geoff Brabham, Lantana, Fla., Ford Thunderbird, Kranefuss-Haas Racing. 8. Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, William H. Stavola. 9. Rich Bickte. Concord, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Harry Melling. 09. Stan Fox, Janesvllle, Wis., Chevrolet Lumina, Route Brothers Racing. 10. Ricky Rudd, Lake Norman, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Rudd Performance Motorsports. 11. Bill Elliott, Blairsvflie. Ga Ford Thunderbird, Junior Johnson 8 Associates. 12. Tim Steele, Coopersville, Mich., Ford Thunderbird, Bobby Allison Motorsports. 13. Kerry Teague, Concord, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Jim Rosenblum. 14. John Andretti, Indianapolis, Chevrolet Lumina, Billy J. Hagan. 15. Lake Speed, Concord, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Bud Moore Engineering. 16. Ted Musgrave, Troutman, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Jack Roush. 17. Darreli Waltrlp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Lumina, DarWal, Inc. 18. Dale Jarrett, Hickory, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Joe Gibbs. 19. Lov Alien Jr., Raleigh, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, George Bradshaw. 20. Randy Lajoie, Norwalk, Conn., Ford Thunderbird, Richard D. Moroso. 21. Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Glen Wood. 22. Bobby Labonte, Trinity, N.C, Pontiac Grand Prix, Bill Davis. 23. Hut Stricklin, Caiera, Ala., Ford Thunderbird, Travis Carter. 24. Jeff Gordon, Huntersviite, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Hendrlck Motorsports Inc. 25. Ken Schrader, Concord. N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Hendrk Motorsports Inc. 26. Brett Bodine, Harrisburg, N.C.. Ford Thunderbird, Kenny Bernstein. 27. Jimmy Spencer, Mooresvitte, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Junior Johnson & Associates. 28. Ernie Irvan, Rockwell, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Robert Yates. 29. Steve Grissom, Liberty, N.C Chevrolet Lumina, Diamond Ridge Motorsports. 30. Michael Waltrlp. Davidson, N.C, Pontiac Grand Prix, CG. Rider. 31. Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford Thunderbird, A.G Dillard Motorsports. 32. Dick Trickle, Iron Station, N.C Chevrolet Lumina, Dean Myers. 33. Harry Gant, Taylorsviile, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Leo E. Jackson. 34. Bob Brevak, Ashland, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, Shelly Brevak. 3. KB. Baiiey, Houston, Pontiac Grand Prix, Michete Bailey. 36. w-Richard Woodland Jr., La Puente, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, Laurie Gilliland. 38. w-P.J. Jones, Torrance, Calif., Ford TrHirtderbird. Bill Stroppe Motorsports. 40. Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Term., Pontiac Grand Prix, Sabco Racing. 41. Joe Nemechek, Mooresviiie, N C Chevrolet Lumina, Larry Hedrk. 42. Kvte Petty, High Point, N.C, Pontiac college. The international scene, however, was a different situation. The U.S. team was preparing to begin defense of its world championship this fall. The Americans, despite a rising standard throughout the world, were still expected to strongly compete. After this, the next stated goal for Dorrance and his national team was the 1996 Olympics. It's very strange that Dorrance would walk away from this aim, especially after he was so instrumental in getting approval of women's soccer as an Olympic event. Andy Warner, a Tallahassee soccer educator, believes that North Carolina asked Dorrance to quit the U.S. team. "Basically they told him that he could no longer do the position part-time," Warner said. In some respects, this decision may be positive for U.S. women's soccer. SCOKEBOMU) Grand Prix. Sabco Racing. 43. Waily Daiienbach Jr., Greensboro, N.C, Pontiac Grand Prix, Richard Petty Enterprises. 44. Bobby Hlilin Jr., Harrisburg, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Hardy Boys Motor Sports. 47. Billy Standridge, Shelby, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Berendt Johnson. 48. James Hyiton, Inman, S C., Pontiac Grand Prix, James Hyiton. 49. w-Steve Sellers, Sacramento, Calif.. Ford Thunderbird, Susan Welch. 50. A.J. Fovt, Houston, Ford Thunderbird, A.J. Foyt Enterprises. 50. w-Mlke Chase, Bakersfleld, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, BMR Motorsports. 51. Jeff Purvis, Clarksviile, Tenn., Chevrolet Lumina, James Finch. 52. Brad Teague, Johnson City, Tenn., Ford Thunderbird, Jimmy Means. 54. Robert Pressley, Ashevilie, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Leo E. Jackson Jr. 55. Jimmy Henslev, Ridge way, Va., Ford Thunderbird, Diane M. DeWltt. 57. Bob Schacht, Lombard, III., Ford Thunderbird, Steve Baiogh. 58. w-Wavne Jacks, Las Vegas, Pontiac Grand Prix, Jerl Jacks. 59. Andy Belmont, Langhorne, Pa., Ford Th- -.tferird, Jennifer Belmont. 59. Jim Sauter, Necedah, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, Mueller Brother-Dick Simon. 60. Gary Bettenhausen, Monrovia, Ind., Chevrolet Lumina, Phil 8. Linda Barkdoll. 61. w-Rick Carelli, Arvada, Colo., Chevrolet Lumina, Marshall R. Chesrown. 65. Jerry O'Neil, Auburn, N.Y., Chevrolet Lumina, Heidi O'Neil. 71. Dave Marcis, Avery's Creek, N.C, Chevrolet Lumina, Marcis Auto Racing. 73. Phil Barkdoll, Phoenix, Chevrolet Lumina, Linda Barkdoll. 75. Todd Bodine, Harrisburg, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, Butch Mock Motorsports. 76. w-Ron Hornaday Jr., Palmdale, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, Wayne Spears. 77. Greg Sacks, Winter Park, Fla., Ford Thunderbird, Jasper Motorsports. 79. Doug French, Indianapolis, Chevrolet Lumina, Ted Wallers. 81. w-Jeff Davis, Anaheim Hills, Calif., Ford Thunderbird, Thorn Bell. 82. Charlie Gtotzbach, Sellersburg, ind.. Ford Thunderbird, Carl Miskotten. 84. Norm Bennino. Level Green, Pa., 1993 Oldsmobite Cutlass, Norm Benning. 86. w-Butch Gilliland, Anaheim, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, Cold Duck Racing, Ltd. 88. Davy Jones, Lake Tahoe, Nev., Ford Thunderbird, U.S. Motorsports. 90. Mike Wallace, Concord, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, W.C Donieaw Jr. 90. w- Joe Heath, Northridoe, Calif., 1993 Ford Thunderbird, Joe Heath. 91. w-Robert Sprague, North Bend, Ore., 1993 Ford Thunderbird, Bruce Latta. 92. w-John Krebs, Rosevllle, Calif., Chevrolet Lumina, Gary Bechtel. 98. Jeremy Mavfieid, Goodlettsville, Tenn., Ford Thunderbird, Cale Yarborough Motorsports. 99. Danny Sullivan, Aspen, Colo., Chevrolet Lumina, Chris Virtue. Cars entered without drivers 39. TBA, Chew Lumina, Roulo Brothers Racing. 62. TBA, Ford Thunderbird, Henley Gray. 95. TBA, Ford Thunderbird, Ear) & Check Sadler. BASKETBALL Team USA roster PLAYERS Derrick Coleman, f, New Jersey Joe Dumars. g, Detroit x-Tim Hardaway, g. Golden State Kevin Johnson, g. Phoenix Larry Johnson, f, Charlotte Shawn Kemp, f, Seattle Dan Maierle, g-f, Phoenix Reggie Miller, g, Indiana Aionzo Mourning, c, Charlotte Shaquiile O'Neal, c, Orlando Mark Price, g, Cleveland Steve Smith, g, Miami x-isiah Thomas, g, Detroit Dominique Wiikins, f, Boston Celtics COACHES Head coach: Don Nelson, Golden State Asst. coach: Don Chaney, Detroit Asst. coach: Pete Giflen, Providence Asst. coach: Rick Maierus, Univ. of Utah x-lniured, will not play World Championships First Round At Coops Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario POOL A L Pet. 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 0 .000 Brazil China Spain United States Today's games United Slates vs. Spain, 7 P.m. (TNT) China vs. Brazil, 9:15 p.m. Friday's games United States vs. China, 7 P.m. (TNT) Brazil vs. Spain, 9:15 p.m. Sunday's games Spain vs. China, 1:30 p.m. United States vs. Brazil, 4 P m. (NBC) L Pet. GB 0 000 0 .000 0 ,000 0 .000 Australia Croatia Cuba South Korea At Com Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario Today's games Croatia vs. Cuba, noon Australia vs. South Korea, 2:15 p.m. At Maple Leaf Gardens, Toronto Friday's games Croatia vs. South Korea, noon Cuba vs. Australia, 2:15 p.m. Saturday's games Cuba vs. South Korea, 7 p.m. Croatia vs. Australia, 9:15 p.m. POOL C W L Pet. GS Angola 0 0 .000 Argentina 0 0 .000 Canada 0 0 .000 Russia 0 0 .000 At Maple Leaf Gardens. Toronto Today's games Russia vs. Argentina, 6:40 p.m. Canada vs. Angola, 9 p.m. Friday's games Russia vs. Angola, 6:30 p.m. Canada vs. Argentina, 9 p.m. At Capos Coliseum, Hamilton, Ontario Saturday's games Argentina vs. Angola, 6:30 p.m. Russia vs. Canada, 9 p.m. POOL D V L Pet. GB 0 0 .000 e o .ooo 0 0 ,000 0 0 .000 Egypt Germany Greece Puerto Rico Today's tamos At Map Loaf Gardens. Toronto Puerto Rico vs. Egypt, noon Greece vs. Germany, 2:15 P.m. Friday's games At Com Cottsewn. Hamilton, Ontario Greece vs. Egypt, noon Puerto Rico vs. Germany. 2:15 p.m. Sunday's gomes At Mapto Loot Gardens. Toronto Puerto Rico vs. Greece, noon Germany vs. Egypt, 2:15 pm CO blow to U.S. women's team Dorrance had a dangerous conflict of interest path between his two jobs for years. Some coaches said he had too much of a recruiting advantage with his national coach position. Dorrance could bring any high-school players into his national squads and could their ability. He did not have to concern himself with the NCAA's three official visits rule. Similarly, coaches believed players attended North Carolina because of Dorrance's position as national coach. This feeling gained credence by the number of Tar Heel players on the U.S. squad over the years. In the end, Dorrance's decision will hurt U.S. soccer. He has been a commanding figure over the women's scene and his progressive training programs have been instrumental in the rise of women's soccer in this country. Let's hope he continues to help the national FOOTBALL NFL exhibition standings AMERICAN CONFERENCE Eait W L T Pel. PF PA Miami 1 0 0 1.000 20 19 Buffalo 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Indianapolis 0 0 0 .000 00 00 New England 0 0 0 .000 00 00 N Y. Jets 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Central Cincinnati 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Cleveland 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Pittsburgh , 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Houston 0 I 0 .000 17 24 Kansas City 1 0 0 1.000 24 17 LA Raiders 1 0 0 1.000 25 22 Seattle 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Denver 0 1 0 .000 22 25 San Diego 0 1 0 .000 17 21 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pel. PF PA Dallas 1 0 0 1.000 17 9 Arizona 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Philadelphia 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Washington 0 0 0 .000 00 00 N.Y. Giants 0 1 0 .000 19 20 Central Chicago 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Detroit 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Green Bay 0 0 0 .000 00 000 Tampa Bav 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Minnesota 0 1 0 .000 9 17 West Atlanta 1 0 0 1 0O0 21 17 LA Rams 0 0 0 .000 00 00 New Orleans 0 0 0 .000 00 00 San Francisco 0 0 0 .000 00 00 Saturday's results Atlanta 21, San Diego 17 Miami 20, New York Giants 19 Sunday's results Los Angeles Raiders 25, Denver 22, OT Kansas City 24, Houston 17 Dallas 17, Minnesota 9 Friday's Barnes New York Jets at Detroit, 7:30 p.m. Seattle at Indianapolis, 7:30 p.m. Philadelphia at Chicago, 8 p.m. New Orleans at New England, 8 p.m, San Francisco at Arizona, 9 p.m. Saturday's games Los Angeles Rams vs. Green Bay-x, 1 p.m. Cincinnati at Tampa Bay, 7:30 p.m. Cleveland at New York Giants, 8 p.m. Pittsburgh at Miami, 8 pm Houston vs. San Diego-y, 9 p.m. Atlanta at Denver, 9 p.m. Kansas City vs. Minnesota-z, 10 p.m. (ESPN) Sunday's game Los Angeles Raiders at Dallas, 9 p.m. Monday's gama Washington at Buffalo, 8 p.m. (ABC) x-at Madison, Wis. y-at San Antonio z-at Tokyo CFL standings EASTERN DIVISION L T PF PA PIS 2 2 0 116 125 4 2 2 0 132 129 4 2 2 0 128 149 4 2 2 0 118 117 4 0 4 0 78 139 0 0 4 0 83 144 0 Baltimore Ottawa Winnipeg Toronto Shreveport Hamilton WESTERN DIVISION Brit.Columbia Calgary Edmonton Sacramento Saskatchewan 1 0 144 125 1 0 183 78 1 0 108 92 1 0 103 101 2 0 106 107 2 0 104 109 Las Vegas NOTE: Two points are awarded for a vic tory and one for a He. Wednesday's result Calgary al Ottawa, late Today's games Winnipeg at Toronto, 7 p.m. Saskatchewan at Edmonton, 9:30 p.m. Sacramento at British Columbia, 10 p.m. Friday's game ' Shreveport at Hamilton, 7 p.m. Roger Craig's career The career statistics of running back Roger Craig, who retired on Wednesday: Regular- season RUSHING Art Yds Avg TD 1983, SF 176 725 4.1 8 1984, SF 155 649 4.2 7 1985, SF 211 1050 4.9 9 1986, SF 204 830 4.1 7 1987, SF 215 815 3.8 3 1988, SF 310 1 502 4.8 9 1989, SF 271 1054 3.9 6 1990, SF 141 439 3.1 1 1991, LAR 142 590 3.6 1 1992, Min 105 416 4.0 4 1993, Min 38 119 3.1 1 Totals 1918 8189 4.1 54 RECEIVING Rec Yds Avg TD 1983, SF 48 427 8.9 4 1984, SF 71 475 9.5 4 1985, SF 92 1014 11.0 3 1984, SF 81 424 7.7 0 1987, SF 44 492 7.4 1 1988, SF 74 534 7.0 1 1989, SF 49 473 9.7 I 1990, SF 25 201 8.0 0 1991, LAR 17 134 8.0 0 1992, Min 22 1 44 7.5 0 1993, Min 19 149 8.9 1 Totals 544 4911 8.7 17 Playoffs RUSHING All Yds Avg TD 1983, SF 10 14 1.4 1 1984, SF 33 134 4.1 1 1985, SF 9 23 2.6 0 1984, SF 5 17 3.4 0 1987, SF 7 17 2.4 0 1988, SF 54 277 498 2 1989, SF 42 288 4.4 3 1990, SF 20 44 2.3 0 1992, Min 5 23 4.4 0 1993, Min 1 110 0 Totals 288 844 4.1 7 RECEIVING Rec Yds Avg TD 1983, SF 10 74 7.4 0 1984, SF II 108 9.8 2 1985, SF 2 18 9.0 0 1984, SF 4 22 5.5 0 1987, SF 9 . 78 8.7 0 1988, SF 13 149 12 3 0 1989, SF 8 74 9.3 0 1990, SF 6 70 11.7 0 1992, Min 0 0 0.0 0 1993, Mm 0 0 0.0 0 Totals 35 41S 17.4 2 TEXXIS Prague Open Wednesday from Prague, Czech First Round Sergi Bruguera (II, Spam, def, Jiri Novak. Czech Republic. 4-7 (0-71. 4-1. 4-1. Oscar Martinez. Spam, def, Juan Glsbert, Spam. 4-0. 4-4. Andrei Oiesnokov (4), Russia, def. Brent Lark nam, Australia, 4-2, 4-1. Andrei Medvedev (21, Ukraine, def. David Skoch, Czech Republic 4-4, 4-1. v Q. 0 GO ing place at IT'S A Catchers who had trouble Johnny Edwards Ray Fosse Mackey Sasser Mike Ivie Clint Courtney Jim Hegan Dale Murphy At start of career; twice hit field wan. SPORTS TELEVISION AUTO RACING 3:30 P.m. NASCAR Brickyard 400 qualifying; ESPN (cable 8). 8:30 P.m. USAC series; ESPN (cable 8). p.m. This Week in NASCAR; Sunshine (cable 23). BASEBALL 2 p.m. Florida Marlins (Gardner 3-4) at Chicago Cubs (Trachsei 9-6); Sunshine (cable 23) and WGN. 8 p.m. Chicago White Sox (McDowell 9-8) at Texas Rangers (Bohanon 1-1); WGN. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. World Championships, opening round, U.S. vs. Spain; TNT (cable 3). GOODWILL GAMES 8:05 p.m. Featured events (same-day tape): figure skating (ladies and dance short programs), men's gymnastics (floor, pommel horse and rings finals) and men's diving (one-meter springboard); TBS (cable 2). RADIO CALL-IN SHOWS 3 P.m. "Buffalo's Sports Phone" with Rick Ballou; WNLS (1270 AM). t p.m. Sports Talk with Wes Singletary; WTAL (1450 AM). 10 p.m. Sports By-Line with Ron Barr; WTAL (1450 AM). AREA CALENDAR PARIMUTUELS Dog racing Jefferson County Kennel Club, Monttcello, first race starts at 7:15 p.m. TO CALL TALLAHASSEE DEMOCRAT SPORTS TO REPORT RESULTS: 599-2167 (local) or 800-777-2154 MAIN NUMBER: 599-2167 FAX NUMBER: 599-2295 Ron Morris (executive sports editor) Pete Reinwald (assistant sports editor) John Nogowski (columnist) Steve Ellis (FSU beat) Mark Anderson (high schools) St. Clair Murraine (recreation) Alberto Costa (6), Spain, def. Joao Cunha-Silva, Portugal, 6-0, 0-6, 4-1. EA General! Open Wednesday from Kitzbuehel, Austria SINGLES Second Round Richard Fromberg (9), Australia, def. Roland Burtscher, Austria, 7-5, 6-1. Sandor Noszaly, Hungary, def. Horst Skoff (11), Austria, 6-3, 6-3. Thomas Muster (2), Austria, def. Lou Gloria, Orange, Conn., 6-3, 6-7 (2-7), 6-1. Renzo Furian (6), Italy, def. Dtmitri Po-lyakov, Ukraine, 6-1, 6-3. Ronald Agenor (7), Haiti, def. Roberto Ja-bali, Brazil, 6-4, 6-0. Francisco Clavet, Spain, def. Emillo Alvarez, Spain, 6-7 (7-9), 6-2, 6-4. Oliver Gross, Germany, def. Andrei Cher-kassov, Russia, 6-2, 6-1. Juan-Albert viloca, Spain, def. Younes El Aynaoul, Morocco, 5-7, 7-6 (7-4), 7-6 (9-7). Thomas Carbonell (12), Spain, def. Andrei Olhovsky, Russia, 6-4, 3-6, 6-1. Fernando Meiigenf, Brazil, def. Bernd Karbacrwr (8), Germany, 6-4, 6-4. SWIMMIXG Speedo Jr. Nationals Tuesday and Wednesday from Buffalo, N Y. ATAC RESULTS 200 breast 00 free - 22. Brian OTonnell 2:28.44 34. William York 0:40.5a TRAKSACTIQXS Wednesday's deals BASEBALL American League NEW YORK YANKEES Claimed Rob Murphy, pitcher , off waivers from the St. Lou-Is Cardinals. BASKETBALL National BaskefbaN Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS Agreed to terms witti Michael Cage, center-forward, on a mree-vear contract. FOOTBALL National Football League ARIZONA CARDINALS Signed Sebastian Barrie and Jon Baker, defensive linemen. Waived Eric Blount, running back; Steve Lofton, corrierback; and Kenny Lopez, defensive lineman. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Agreed K terms with Keith Cash, tight end, on a three-year contract. MIAMI DOLPHINS Signed Todd Dixon, wide receiver. NEW YORK GIANTS Signed Keith Hamilton, defensive end, to a three-year contract. CSS RACKS JCKC TUESDAY'S RESULTS (face I Grade O, 154. TJIJW (4) Pump Iron 10.40 4.40 540 (3) Hug Me Honey 7.40 00 (II Blasting Beano 12.40 t 1 - E0D - S5t team in some capacity. Corner kicks B A mass exodus appears to be tak the United States Soccer Fed eration. Hank Steinbrecher and Bill Nuttall resigned this week for jobs in the private sector. Steinbrecher was the USSF Chairman while Nuttall was general manager of the national squad. , B Alexi Lalas signed with Padova in the Italian League for a reported $200,000 yearly salary, and Joe Max-Moore signed with Saarbrucken in Germany for an undisclosed fee. B In other trade news, the Tottenham Hotspurs of the English League signed Jurgen Klinsman of Germany and Dmetrescu of Romania this week. The Spurs will need these stars. Due to a scandal penalty, they start the season 12 points behind the rest of the English Premier League teams. FACT throwing ball back to pitcher pitcher in back and threw one to center Source: "Baseball Babylon" TODAY 599-2160 599-2321 599-2326 599-2318 599-2166 599-2317 Q (3-4) 24.40. T (4-3-1) 219.90 TB (1-3-4) 109.90 Race 2 Grade D, 1650, T:3t,21 (2) Ruby Lady 8.40 5.80 2.10 (4) TJ Walt A Hour 2.60 2.20 (6) Hambone 2.40 Q (2-4) 10.20; T (2-4-6) 107.80 TB (2-4-6) 53.90; DO (4-2) 40.00 Race 3 Grade C, 1650, TtflJl (2) Swirl Return 16.00 3.40 4.40 (8) Bulz Coming Thru 2.60 3.00 (1) Bedfellow 7.00 Q (2-8) 17.40; T (2-8-1) 84.40 TB (1-2-8) 42.20 Race 4 Grade B, 1656, T:3!.05 (1) Sunshine Nitter 4.40 4.80 3.80 (5) Take Heart 24.40 (2) Critical Opinion 3.80 Q (1-5) 78.20; T (1-5-2) 691.80 TB (1-2-5) 345.90 Super (1-5-2-any) 798.00 Race 9 Grade M. 1650, T:31.92 (6) RV Sweet Justice 13.00 5.00 5.40 (1) Lll's Caddy 8.80 (2) LR Fuerte 21.40 Q (1-6) 52.00; T (6-1-2) 973.00 ' TB (1-2-6) 486.50 Race 6 Grade A, 1650, T:J0.?5 (8) Bulz Mud Stinger 15.60 6.20 5.60 (6) TJ Super Sport 7.00 7.40 (3) Pips Fastball 4.00 O (6-8) 45.80; T (8-6-3) 341.20 TB (3-6-8) 170.60 Super (8-6-3-5) 1022.40 Race 7 Grade M, 1456, TrUJM (3) Dancn Storm 5.60 11.60 7.60 (6) Dorsal Finn 4.80 3.80 (1) Boowhovoubratu 4.80 O (3-6) 16.40; T (3-6-1) 110.60 TB (1-3-4) 56.30 Race t Grade S, 2025, T:3t.00 (5) Pistol Petes P 3.40 3.20 3.80 (7) Snaps Big Bird 440 5.00 (4) Tan N Toned 3.20 Q (5-7) 10.00; T (5-7-6) 30.20 TB (5-6-7) 15.10 Super (5-7-4-2) 181.20 Race 9 Grade a, 1450, T:31.1S (3) Our Nightshade 10.20 5 20 4.40 (1) Dream Run 140 4.00 (4) JJ Bubbles , Q (1-3) 23.40; T (3-1-4) 271.20 TB (1-3-4) 135.40 Race le Grade A. 1454, T:30J8 (7) Slandup 4.00 9.40 (1) JJ Delta Dawn (4) Gang Bustin 19.40 O (1-7) 36.40. T (7-1-4) 1584.60 TB (1-4-7) 792 JO Super (7-l-any-any) 4080 Race II Grade O, lest. T:l!.ts (4) LR Calabaza 22.40 12.00 (5) Bulz Breezln By 13.00 7.00 (3) Charming Pete 12.00 O (4-S) 138 60. T (4-5-3) 484.70 TB (3-4-5) 243.35 Super (4-S-any-any) 452 80 Race 13 Grade S, 2025, TJ9 24 (2) Low Bid 4.80 2.40 2.90 (7) Judes Rapid Fire 3.80 5.60 (8) Chance Act 7.40 Q (2-7) 233.20. T (2-7-any) 208.80 TB (2-7-any) 104.40 Super 12-7-8-1) 1347.40 Race 11 Grade C 1458, T:31.66 (2) DS Streaker 10.20 32.20 12 00 (4) Cagin Huggie 7.00 (7) Top Approach 5 20 Q (2-4) 157 00; T (2-4-7) 412.60 TB (2-4-7) 706 JO Super (2-4-7-any) 780.70 Trf-Super Carryover 1,095.00 Race 14 Grade C 225, TJ9.91 (8) Fresh Squeezed 15.60 4.40 3.40 (1) Franky Blair 3.40 4.20 (7) Classic hry O (1-8) 9.40; T (a-1-7) 171.00 TB (1-7-8) 85.50 Super (8-1-7-4) 419 00 OE3 - 78S9 per minute PRO Dream Team II begins play Sixteen teams start play today in the World Championships of Basketball in Toronto. Well, actually Dream Team II and 15 others who are playing for the silver medal. The winner of the gold medal has been a foregone conclusion, just as it was in Barcelona when the original Dream Team made the Olympics their summer workout. You can't talk about the tournament, which concludes on Aug. 14, without the lack of competition for the United States becoming a topic, a fact that is starting to wear on some people. "Of course, the gold medal is already booked for the USA team and I suppose I accept that," said Manuel Sainz, the coach of Spain, Dream Team II's opening opponent tonight. "But as a sportsman it disturbs me that those who forecast an American victory include the tournament organizers who have already penciled in 'USA instead of 'Winners Pool A.'" That is true. The distributed schedules have "United States" right through to the semifinal round, a safe bet as one set of odds from Las Vegas had the United States a 1-7 favorite to win the gold with Croatia next at 9-1. Lemieux, Penguins discuss his future Mario Lemieux, just back from a golf vacation to Scotland, met Wednesday night with Pittsburgh Penguins chairman Howard Baldwin to discuss his future with the team. It's a future the Penguins ap- Lentieux Craig Patrick about his immediate plans Wednesday, but the team said an announcement wasn't anticipated. Report says Probert had cocaine Former Detroit Red Wings player Bob Probert had cocaine in his system when he crashed his motor cycle last month, television station WXYZ in West Bloomfield Township, Mich., reported Wednesday. A police laboratory "presumptive presence of cocaine in his blood," the Southfield television station reported. Probert also had a blood-alcohol level of 0.31, more than three times the legal limit, the report said. He has been charged July 15 accident and is crashed his motorcycle was taken to a hospital The Detroit Red Wings released Probert shortly after the crash, saying the team was fed up with his off-ice behavior. He later signed a $6-million deal with the Chicago Blackhawks. COLLEGES Big Ten fights Gold Star Chili The Big Ten Conference has sued a fast-food chili restaurant in Cincinnati, Ten ad campaign infringes on the conference's trademark. The Big Ten sued Tuesday in U.S. District Court to accuse Gold Star Chili of Cincinnati of deceptive trade practices, unfair competition and infringing on the Big Ten trademark that The conference's lawsuit said Gold Star Chili be gan a radio advertising and billboard campaign June 1 to promote the company hot dogs topped with cheese, chili or other condiments for $8.99. The billboard ads in the Cincinnati area and neighboring northern Kentucky were headlined: 'The Big Ten." TENNIS Graf turns back Raymond Germany's Steffi Graf survived an early scare as she stormed back to defeat Lisa Raymond 6-7 (8-6), 6-2, 6-2 on Wednesday in the third round of the $400,000 Toshiba Tennis Classic at the La Costa Resort and Spa in Carlsbad, Calif. Raymond matched Graf, the world's No. 1-ranked player, stroke for stroke in the seesaw first set. But Raymond, a two-time NCAA champion at Florida, failed to keep pace in the next two sets as Graf elevated her game. Apell stuns Volkov in LA Open Jan Apell, a hero on the tennis tour since saving a choking lockerroom attendant in June, upset Alexander Volkov of Russia 6-4, 6-2 Wednesday in the second round of the Los Angeles Open. Mark Petchey, who stunned top-seeded Michael Chang in the first round Tuesday, lost 6-4, 7-6 (7-4) to Australia's Mark Wood-forde. In another match, Jared Palmer of Tampa outlasted Luiz Mattar of Brazil 3-6, 6-3, 6-4. Bruguera outlasts Novak Top-seeded Sergi Bruguera of Spain beat Jiri Novak of the Czech Republic, 6-7 (0-7), 6-1, 6-1, Wednesday to advance to the second round of the Czech Open men's clay-court tournament in Prague. Bruguera's first-round match with Novak started Tuesday but had to be broken off because of the late hour, with the Spaniard leading 3-1 in the third set He needed only eight minutes to finish the victory Wednesday. Bruguera was the Czech tournament's 1993 winner. Second-seeded Andrei Medvedev breezed past David Skoch of the Czech Republic to reach the quarterfinals, needing only 1 hour, 1 minute, for his 64, 6-1 win. NOTEWORTHY Please call it the RCA Dome With money and prestige the overriding concerns, the Hoosier Dome in Indianapolis received a new name Wednesday the RCA Dome. The downtown Indianapolis stadium assumed its new identity under terms of a $10-million, 10-year agreement announced between the city and Thomson Consumer Electronics. Thomson, based in CarmeL Ind, manufactures electronics under the RCA name. BRIEFS BASKETBALL HOCKEY narentlv believe won't include the 1994-95 season. J Ijmipiiv still rppnverinp from , - o Hodgkin's disease and years of back problems, isn't expected to report for training camp next month and may sit out the entire season. He also could choose to spend most of the season rehabilitating in hopes of being ready for the playoffs. Lemieux was expected to tell Baldwin and general manager report said Probert had a with drunken driving in the free on $10,000 bond. He into a car around 2 p.m. and where he spent the night saying the company's Big appears on sporting goods. s offer of 10 cheese coneys From Democrat wire reports Sr

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