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The 1 fontfpmeryAdCTtiser PAGE 2B WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 21,1991 I MAJOR LEAGUE STANDINGS NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pel. GB Ptrtsburoli 71 47 -598 - SI.Loim - 43 S3 SO V Ctucaoo M St MM II NewYor It .417 13 PK4MlplM Si 43 .47S I4V1 Montreal . 41 7 417 By, WestDryiWM L Pet. GS LesAnaetes 5J 55 Atlanta 44 S4 .543 1 Cincinnati SI M An I SanFrancisca a a jn I. San 090 SI 41 .417 tVi Houston e 44 .415 17 SAonday'sGames t I I.' Chicae43,Montreal2,llinnin9s I LosA(ioeies3,SanDie9A,10inninas I Only games scheduled l Tuesday'sGames I Cncinnatit.Atlanlatlstgame , AtantaS.Cinonnalil,3nd9amt , Montreal 4, Oucaoo 3 , Philadelphia 4, PiflsliuraliS , SI. Louts at Hew York, ppd.. rain SanFranciscof.tfouslon J SanCheooalLosAnoeles , Wednesday's Games San Dien (Bones 1-1) at Los Angeles (Herstlistr4-l),:OSP.m. ' St. Louis ie.Smlthie-7 and Cormier t-l) at New York (Cone 14-1 and Fernanoel 4-1), 2, tiopm. Atlanta (Reynoso 1-4) at Cincinnati (Ki- 1 .GrossS-4),fc3Sp.m. Chicago (Sutclitfe 3-4) at Montreal (NalF I honl-sl,:3Spm. ' Pittsbursh (Tomlin 1-4) at Philadelphia ' (DeJesust-4),i:3Sp.m. i San Francisco (Black Ml) at Houston I tlsernisctW-8),:3Sp.m. i Thursday'sGames i Prnsbur9hatPhiladelphia.n:3Sa.m. 1 SarFranciscoatHouston,l:3Sp.m. i At::,taalCincinnali,f,:3Sp.ni. I St.LouisalNewYork, 4:40p.m. t Only games scheduled AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB . Toronto US4.SU Detroit 44 57 J2 IVi Boston St 5 Mt r New York SS 43 .444 II Milwaukee SS 44 .463 lOVi Baltimore 4t 71 .401 17 Cleveland 31 7t J2S liVs West Division Minnesota 73 4t .StS Chicago 47 51 .SSI Oakland IS SS .Mi Seattle M M .533 KansasGtv 41 57 .517 Texas 41 57 .517 Caktornia 54 44 ,i Monday'sGames Cleveland al Boston . ppd., rain Oakland I, Minnesota; Detroit 3, Chicago 3 NewYorke.KansasCityl Texas4, Baltimore I Seattle 7, California 1 . Onlygamesscheduled Tuesday'sGames Cleveland at Boston, 2, ppd., rain Toronto 3, Milwaukee ) Detroit 5, Chicago 0 MinnesotalO.SeattteS New Vork7,Kansas City BaltimoreS, Texas Caktornia at Oak land Wednesdav'sGames ; Cleveland (Swindell 7-11 and Otto 1-3) at Boston (Hesketh 7-3 and Clemens 13-1), 2, 4H)5p.m. Milwaukee (Plesac 1-5) at Toronto (Key 13-11,4:35 p.m. Detroit (Loiter 5-3) at Chicago (Alvarei 1-l),7:15p.m. New York (P.Pereil-0)atKansasC3ty (Sa-berhagen-4), 7:35p.m. Seattle IKrueger 10-5) at Minnesota (Tapani 10-7), 7:35 p.m. Baltimore (Rhodes t-0) at Texas (K.Brown M), 7:15 p.m. Caktornia (Grant 1-4) at Oakland (Moon 11-7),M5p.m. . Thursday'sGames f OevelandatBoston,12H)5p.m. - $eettlealMinnesota,13:!5p.m. California at Oakland, 2:1 5 p.m. Milwaukeeat Toronto, 4:35p.m. Texasal KansasCity, 7:35 p.m. Onlygamesscheduled MAJOR LEAGUE BOXES GB 4y y 7Vi IVi Vf ON THE AIR Baseball Atlanta Braves at Cincinnati Reds (SportS-outh, VVHHY-AM), 6:35 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Montreal Expo's (WLWI-AM 740), 6:35 p.m. Detroit Tigers at Chicago White Sox (ESPN), 7:35 p.m. MONTREAL HaneyW.a-4 till Ruskm 1-1 I III RousS.l 11-1 I I I Umpires Home, Rennert; First, HlBion; econg, uvtoif I turo, uamflB. I - 44. a 13,I7. SAN FRAN abrhbi DLevmcf sill McGeert sVCIark lb KvMchlH Mawim lb RThmpib Mnwrnc Urtbess, Andrn ss Bntmmss Mccimp Herrph Downs p Bassph Brntleyp Totals 4111 SI1S 5111 111! 4111 4011 1101 2111 1000 1001 0101 1001 111! 1101 34-4-4-1 4111 4101 4111 4111 III HOUSTON abrhbi Fmleycf 4 011 Bkwioc BgweHIb LGnilzR Simmsrt Corsio Rmireilb 3111 Cedenoss 1111 Cndete3b 4111 Dshaiesp 1111 Tofntnoptt 1001 JJonesp 1101 Mllcoatp 1001 Henrvp 1000 GYungcf 1101 Totals 34-3-7-1 SAN FRANCISCO HOUSTON 000 003 510 030 Ml Ml E Simms (4), Candaele (7). LOB San rranosco 4, Houston A 3B McGee (It), WCIark (13). HR W Clark (24), KvMitchell (24), R Thompson (IS), Cedeno (3). SB Fin- tevuii. IP H R SAN FRANCISCO McClellan DownsW,10-4 Brantley S,ll HOUSTON Deshaies JJonesL,-! MUcoat Henry Corn I 1 1-1 1 I 1 1 1-1 I I 1 ER I Mallicsat pitched to 1 batters in- the Ttti. Umpires Home, Williams; First, March; Second, Wendelsledti Third, JfiUL T 2:52. MILWAUKEE abrhbi Motitordh 4021 Rndlplt2b Hmltonct GVghnN 4010 4020 Surhoffc Stubbslb Bchettert Gntnr3b Spiers ss Totals TQROrfTO ' abrhbi Whftect 1001 RAImrlb 4010 Carterrt 4020 3010" Olerudlb 1101 4111 CnMlooH 111! Gruberlb 4111 Mllniksdh 4111 Brdersc 1101 MnLeess 1021 Totals 31-3-t-l 4010 4001 4001 3000 34-l-t-l MILWAUKEE TORONTO 000 100 000 021 000 Olx 112) DP Milwaukee 1, Toronto 1. LOB Milwaukee 7, Toronto I. 2B-Stubbs (14). 3B-RAIomar (I). HR - Surtioft (3). SB -Hamilton (I2I.CS - Hamilton (5). SF - Borders. IP H R ER BB SO MILWAUKEE BoskL,t-t TORONTO StotlmrW,12-5 7 7 1 1 1 1 OWard 1 1 I I HenkeS, 1 1 I HBP- by Bosk) (CnMaktonado). WP-Bosio. Umpires -Home, Denkingeri First, McCoy; Second, MerriUi Third, McClelland. T-2:20. A- 50,311. DETROIT 3b Barnes 3b Whtker2b MosebyH Fielder dh Tttlelonc Deerrt Brgmn lb Frymn ss Cuylercf Totals abrhbi 3120 000 Silt 5112 5121 1111 4001 4000 4111 4031 37-S-11-5 CHICAGO abrhbi Raines tf 1020 Vntura3b 40 00 Thmasdh 40 20 Pasquarf 3000 Fisklb 4001 LJhnsnct 3000 Krkvcec It It Gr beck 2b 2000 Guillen ss loot Totals 2-0-4- ATLANTA Nixon If Trdway 2b PacHtnlb Leenkt3b Ganlcf JwstKorf Bimserss Hunter lb Crrerac StClrep Gregg ph TCstllop KtMchlpti Avery p Olson c Totals First game CINCINNATI abrhbi Hatcftrcf 4 011 Larkmss 413) Bnvdesss 1000 Sabo 3b 4121 CMrtnitf S00 Braggsrf 53 31 TLeelb 2000 Wnghmcf 3110 Oliverc 412 5 Oinones2b 2 100 Rirop 2 000 Myers p 000 0 Power p 0000 abrhbi 4111 1111 1000 0000 4011 4000 3000 3010 2000 0000 1000 0000 1000 1010 2000 31-2-5-2 Totals 34-I-12-I ATLANTA CINCINNATI 000 Ml 010 000 144 30x E Blauser (14), Winningham (5), Oliver (7), Quinones (4). LOB, Atlanta I, Cincinnati 10. 2B Gant (24), Sabo (24), Braggs (4), Oliver (10). HR Oliver (7). SB Nixon (44), Sabo (11), Braggs (II). S Riio.SF Tread-way, IP H R ER BB SO ATLANTA Avery L.13-7 StClaire TCastilk) CINCINNATI RiktW.M Myers Power 42-3 11-3 2 1 4 '72-1 5 2 1 3 1 1-3 I I I 1 I lilts Umpires Home. Hottm Firtf. eta. Second, .Rippleyi Third, Tata. T 2:51. A-NA. ATLANTA i Nixon If Trdway 2b ' Lemke2b s PnrJItnJb . Ganlcf j Justice rf Hunter lb f Olson c i Blliardss , Smoltz p Second game CINCINNATI abrhbi Doran2b 4011 Wnghmcf 4000 Morris lb 4011 ONeillrt Braggs If Sabo lb JReedc Bnvdesss 3000 Santordp 2000 Chrltonp 0000 Hatchrptl 1000 Mllillp 0000 Totals 30-1-5-1 abrhbi 3101 2010 2100 4011 4112 3111 4000 4121 4021 3001 3010 4010 2000 1110 ATLANTA CINCINNATI 000 913 Ml Ml MO 000 LOB Atlanta 4, Cincinnati 4. 2B Gant an. Pendleton (4). cs Dor an (3), Braggs(3).S SmofeSF Nixon. IP H R ER BB SO ATLANTA SmoltlW.Ml CINCINNATI SanfordL,1-2 Charlton MHiN 5 112 1 9 4 4 1 1 1 1 I I 1 1 2 1111 wr smoin i umpires Home, Crawford; First, Rippley; second, Tata; Third, Horm.T M8.A 12,910. PITTSBURGH abrhbi Merced lb JBeliss VnSlykcf Bonillalb Bonds H Var short Wehner3b LVIIerec Siaughtc Lmd'b Smiley p Espyph Belinda p 4111 SMI 5011 3121 3223 2000 3000 4010 1000 2011 3000 1 000 1000 PHILA abrhbi Dykstrcf 4111 Ready 2b 1111 Chblnlf 4122 Kruklb 1001 Murphyrf 401 JMrrispr 1100 CHaves3b 4020 Daultonc 4000 Thonss Greenep Ritchiep Soever p Lndmnph 1000 Hartley p 0000 Searcy p 0 0 0 0 Totals 33-4-10-4 4232 2000 0000 000 PITTSBURGH PHILADELPHIA 021 Ml Ml S IN 031 002 4 Two outs when winning run scored. E Bo-iwtallj) DP Pittsburgh 2. LOB Pittsburgh ll.Philadenhial.2B VanSlyke(14),Bonilla (34), Dykstra 113). 3B Ready (1). HR Merced (7), Bonds (21), Chamberlain (I), Then 7). SB Lind (4), Dykstra (21), Ready (2I.CS CHayts(3).SF Lind.Kruk. IP H R ER BB SO PITTSBURGH Smiley Belinda L, 3-4 PHILADELPHIA Greene Ritchie 7 I 12-3 1 I 5 1-3 1 1-3 I 11-3 2 J-3 1 Hartley Searcy W.2-1 Umpires Homo, Hirschbeck; First, De-Muth: Second, Froemming; Third, Bontn. T -ilS A U.iU. CHICAGO . Walton cf Grata lb Sndbrg2b Dawson rf GBefllf SalaiarJb Dnston ss DwSmtptt Vrcamost Wikfinsc Scanlanp Oacizoptl Mayp Cwikerph Totals abrhbi 5001 4131 4011 4011 4111 4111 1111 lilt toot 300 1 2011 1001 001 1000 34-2-1-2 MONTREAL abrhbi Grssomcf 4120 Brbrie2b 4011 Ckteronlf 4021 Wllach3b 4101 LWIkerrf 4221 Ghrgalb Revesc Owen st Rotas p Haneyff Ruskm p Foley si 413 3111 2011 lit! 2000 000 1 I II DETROIT CHICAGO 101 000 010 - 5 000 0M 000 0 E Fisk (I). DP -Detroit 3, Chicago 1. LOB - Detroit I, Chicago 5. 2B Fielder 2 (22), Thomas (27), Karkovke (10). 3B Cuvler (5). HR Moseby (4). CS - PhiNips (5), Cuyler (I), KainesiiHj. DETROIT Terrell W,-l CHICAGO Hough L.7-7 Radinsky IP H R ER BB SO I I I 3 4 5 2 I HBP byHouoh (PhHIios). PB - Karkovia. Umpires - Home, Ford; First, Kosc; Second, Barne!t;Third,Clark.T 133.A-34,404. SEATTLE MINNESOTA abrhbi abrhbi EMrtnilb 3 000 GlddenN 5000 Rynkts2b 4020 Kntxch2b4121 Schefer2b loot Puckettcf 4 1 1 GrfyJrcf till Hrbeklb 412 Cchrnerf 100 Larkinlb 1000 OBrienlb 4000 CDavrsdhSOU Buhner rt 4101 Mackrf 4321 Brileylf 3230 Pglruk)3b 2 1 1 1 .T Jones If 100 0 Ortiz c 1221 ADavisdh 1121 Nwmanssllll Vizquelss 2011 Powell ph 1000 Vallec 3 00 0 Totals 32-5-0-5 Totals 34-10-12-1 SEATTLE ON 302 000- 5 MINNESOTA M3 310 30x-lt E Pagliaruto (9). DP -Seattle 1. Minne sota 3. LOB - Seattle 4, Minnesota 7. 2B - Griffey Jr (33), BrHey 2 (9), Hrbek (15). 38 Mack 2 (7). HR ADavis (II). SB-Mack (7). S-Valle.SF ADavis. IP H R ER BB SO SEATTLE Hanson L.7-4 Clones Swan Swift Murphy MINNESOTA E rick son W.14-5 Guthrie S,2 Two outs when winning run scored. LOB - San Diego I, Los Angeles 7. 2B Strawberry (14), Webster. (5). HR Howe! 2 (3). SB Strawberry (9). S Fanes. Butler, LHarrbj. if CGwym. IP H R ER BB SO 4 2 1-1 .2-1 1 51-1 3 2-3 HBP -by Hanson (Newman). WP-Han- Son, Swan, Swift. Umpires - Home, Phillips! First, Cederstrom; Second, Hendry; Third, Hirschbeck. T t52. A - 32,090. NEW YORK abrhbi Wllamscf 5110 sax 2b Mttnglylb Hallrt RKellylf Nokesc Maasdh Velarde 3b Espnuss 4220 5021 4110 1122 1111 3101 4000 4011 Totals 15-7-10-5 KANSASCITY abrhbi McRaecf 30 00 KGbsonH 1011 Brett dh 40 01 Trtabllrf 4 0 00 Crmrtelb 4010 Pecotalb 4110 Maynec 4011 Howard ss 2 001 SettUb 2010 Shmprt2b 3220 Esnrictiph 1001 Totals 34-3-4-2 NEW YORK KANSASCITY 040 020 1M 7 11 010 000 -1 E Velarde (12), Shumpert (13). DP-Kansas City 2. LOB New York 4, Kansas City 4. 2B Sax (27), KGibson (14), Maym (4), Seitzer (9), Shumpert (12). IP H R ER BB SO NEW YORK SndrsnW,13-l Habyan Fair KANSASCITY GutKiaL,7-7 MDavis Gordon 42-1 I ! 2 I 21-12 I 1 2 1 1 I I 1 hbp ay Sanderson (McRae), by Gubicza (Nodes). Umpires Home, Shulock; First, Johnson; Second, Tscludai Third, Coble. T -2M.A -24,031. BALTIMORE abrhbi Dvrauxct sill orsulakR CRpkenss G Davis lb Seguilb MIlKwndh ChMtmrf Evansph BAndsnR Gomez lb Hoilesc BRpknlb 5111 4230 4325 001 4021 1001 1000 tot 4111 4111 4010 Totals 14-4-13-1 TEXAS abrhbi Dwning dh 3122 Palmer dh 1000 Franco 2b 40 2 0 Ptmerolb 1101 Sierrarf 4000 JuGnzlcf 4120 Relmcrlf 4111 Bechelelb 3010 IRdrgzc 2000 Petralkc 1011 Herndzss 2210 Stnleyptl 1010 Pettispr 0000 Totals 33-4-11-4 BALTIMORE TEXAS 300 031 Ml I 05 100 OM I DP Baltimore 3. LOB Baltimorl 3. Texas 4. 2B GDavis (3). HR GDavis (5). Gomtz (I I ). Hortes (I), Downing (14), Rekntr (1JI.S Palmer. SF Palmeiro. r H R ER BB SO BALTIMORE Mesa DJohnsotlW,4-4 Olson Flanagan S,2 TEXAS Boyd Rosenthal L.1-1 Rogers 4 7 4 2 1- 3 1 2- 1 5 11-3 2 11-3 2 Totals 32-4-12-4 CHICAGO MONTREAL 020 000 OM 3 100 Ml 10x 4 E Sandberg(4), Hanevdl.DP Chicago 1. LOB Chicago I, Montreal 7. 2B Sand-berg 124), Dunston (17), Grissom (14), Calde-ron 121), LWalker (21), Foley (9). 3B Grissom (7). CS Galarraga (S). S Reyes. SF Owen. fP H R ER BB SO CHK-ACO Sc4ManL,S-l I I May 1 4 HBP by Mesa (Buechele). Umpires Home, Young; First, Garcia; Second, Meriwether; Third , Redly. T 345. A 19,393. MONDAY'S LATE BOXES LOS ANGELS abrhbi Butler cf 1001 Shrprsnlb 4011 LMrrisph 0 000 Daniels H 4111 KeGrssp 09 00 CGwvnpfl 0001 Stwbryrf 1011 Murray lb 40 01 Samuel 2b 4001 Scosciac 4001 Offrmnss 40 It Belcher p 2101 Webstrlf 1211 Totals 13-3-7-1 DrJckncf Faries2b TGwynrf FMcOrlb Sntiaooc Howell 3b JCIarkH Shipleysi TFrndzsl Rsmsnp L Herts n Azocarpti Andrsnp abrhbi S0I0 4000 5020 5030 4000 4322 4010 3000 I00 3010 loot 000 Totals 39-1-10-2 SAN DIEGO LOS ANGELES Oil OM Ml I 2 000 M0 020 I 1 SAN DIEGO Rasmusseft LeHerts Andersen L.3-4 LOS ANGELES Belcher KeGrossW.t-9 7 4 1 1 12-3 I I I 1 I I I 2 2 1113 Rasmussen pitched to 1 batter i the Hh. Umpires Home, Davidson; First, Laynej Second, Reklordi Third, Davis. T 24. A -31,140. CALIFORNIA abrhbi Abnercf Rose If Gaetti3b Wnfielddh Parrish c Jovnerlb Glkjherrf Son 2b Poloniaph Schfeldss Totals 4011 4010 4000 4000 4010 4111 3021 3000 not 3010 34-1-7-1 SEATTLE abrhbi EMrtnz3b 50 It Rynlds2b Hit ScheteUb 100 0 GrfyJrcf 32 21 OBriendh 42 2 3 Buhner rf 4001 Brileylf 3121 ADavis lb 3001 Vizquelss 3122 Vallec 3001 Totals 11-7-10-7 CALIFORNIA SEATTLE 000 Ml M0 1 211 110 10X 7 LOB California I, Seattle 4. 2B Gallagher (10), Reynolds (27), O'Brien (21), Briley (7), Vizquel (10). HR - Joyner (II), O'Brien (10), Vizouel (I). SB - Griffey Jr (12). CS- Briley (7). SF ADavis. IP H R ER BB SO CALIFORNIA McCaskaU.y-ll Bailes JDRobinson Beasley SEATTLE R Johnson W.12-1 MJackson Schooler 7 2-1 1-1 1 HBP bv RJohnson (Gallaoherl. Umpires -Home, Scott; First, Evans; Second, Morrison; Third, Welke. T -2:4. A-3371. BASEBALL TODAY Wednesday, Aug. 21 SCOREBOARD Milwaukee at Toronto (1:35 p.m. COT). Oar Plesac (1-S) makes his third start ol the season for the Brewers. Jimmy Key (13-1) d scheduled tor the Blue Jay s. STATS Oarryl Strawberry has II homers for ttK Dodgers and teammate Brett Butler has II bunt singles. Nolan Ryan beat Baltimore 4-1 Monday for his 310th career victory, ont short ol Tom Seavert total. The Yankee! have used 12 starters this season. STREAKS Oakland snapped a six-game losing streak, its longest in sin years, by beating Minnesota t-7 Monday. SWINGS Nolan Ryan, who entered 1991 5-11 lifetime against Baltimore, is 1-4 vs. the Orioles mil SLUGGERS Jose Canseco hit his 200th career homn Monday night. Canseco became only the second Oakland player with 2M career homers, inning Reggie Jackson (248). STARTERS Detroit's Frank Tanana Is 29-14 lifetime against the White Sox, including three victories this season. Tanana is 1-1 in his last 11 starts against Chicago. STOPPERS Against the Twins this season, the once-vaunted A's bullpen is 1-4 with a 4.21 ERA ki II appearances. SEATING A crowd of 33,471 on Monday gave the Mar iners a single-sea son attendance record of 1,-531,297 with 21 games left this year in the Kingdome. Seattle broke its 1990 attendance mark 011,509,727. SKIPPERS Monday night's victory at Chicago was Sparky Anderson's 1,900th as a maior-league manager. He is only the ninth manager in history to reach that plateau. Gene Mauch is eighth on the a-hmelislwithl,ll victories. STATUS TheWhrte Sox sav Bo Jackson h ready In start playing basebal again and wit announce his rehabilitation assignment on Wednesday. The orioles activated GkHin Davis from the disabled list prior to Monday night" s game against the Rangers and used him as a designated hitter. Davis went l-for-3. a sinale. as theOrkiosl4-ltoNolanRyan. STARS Monday Jack Howell hit two home runs for Hie Padres, but ft wasn't enough as the Dodgers won 3-2 in 10 innings. Howell has two other two-homer games. The last time was in Seattle on Aug. 3, 1911. He also had two hom ers against Dave Stieb in Toronto on July 4, 19I4.AU three of his two-homer games have been on the road. SCOUTING Toby Nivens (10-101 aave up three Mfi in eight innings - an to Doyle Balthazar - as Williamsport (Mets) beat London (Tigers) 3-2. Jeromv Burnitz drove in a pair ol runs Willi amsport. SEASONS Aug. 21 1919 - John Adams ol the Philadelphia Phillies tied a National League record for catchers with seven assists inone game. 1924 - Ted Lyons of the Cbicaoo White Sox pitched a no-hitter over the Boston Red Sox at Fenway Park. The 4-0 victory was achieved ki one hour and seven minutes. 1911 - Babe Ruth h Ms 400th home run as Ms Yankees beat the SI. Louis Browns 1 1-7. 1972 - Sieve Carlton of Philadelphia had his 15-game winning streak snapped when Phil Niekro and the Atlanta Braves beat the Phillies 2-1 hi II innings. 1975 - Pitching brothers Rick and Paul Reuschel of the Chicago Cubs combined to throw a 7-0 shutout over the Los Angeles Dodgers. Rick went IVi innings and Paul finished the shutout, the first ever by two brothers. 1912 - Milwaukee pitcher Roffie Fingers became the first player to achieve 3M career saves as the Brewers beat the Seattle Mariners 3-2. 1914 - Spike Owens had four hits and became the first maior-league player in 40 years to score six runs in a game as the Boston Red Sox routed the Cleveland Indians 24-5 wrrh a 24-hit attack. Today's birthday: John Wetteland 25. LITTLE LEAGUE WORLD SERIES AtWiiiiamspoflrPa. Quarterfinals Tuesday, Aug. 20 Tai Chung, Taiwan 3. San Cristobal, Do-minrcan Republic 2 Siaten Island, N.Y., vs. Hamilton, Ohio. PPd., rain Wednesday, Aug. 21 Staten (stand, N.Y., vs. Hamilton, Ohio, 9 a.m. Glace Bay, Nova Scotia, vs. Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. 1 p.m. Dunedin, Fla., vs. San Ramon VaHey, Calif., 4p.m. Semifinals Thursday, Aug. 22 Tai Chung, Taiwan vs. Giace Bav-Dhahran winner, 12:30 p.m. (ESPN-lape delay) Staten Island-Hamilton winner vs. Dune-din-San Ramon Valley winner, 4 p.m. (ESPN) Championship Saturday, Aug. 24 International winner vs. United States win-ner,3p.m.(ABC) FRED MEYER SCORES PORTLAND, Ore. - Final scores and earnings Tuesday in the 5200,004 Fred Meyer Challenge best-ban gott tournament played un the 4,432-yard, par-72 Portland Go Club Course (x-won two hole playoff): -Alinger-Crenshaw,SIOO,000 43-42 135 F.Couples-R.FIoyd,S75,0O0 42-43 125 M.Calcavecchia-B.Gilder, 75,000.43-43 1 25 CBeck-T.Simpson, $57,500 43-43 - 1 24 W.LevMMorgan, S57,SOO 43-43 - 124 B.Wadkins-L.Wadkins, 150,500 .44-44 110 H.lrwin.Pavin,S50,500.45-4S 110 M.Donald-C.range. 441,250 44-45 111 P.Jacobsen-A.Palmer,s4l,2S0 44-45 111 T.Kite-D.Stockton,S44,250 44-47 -133 J.Sindelar-C.Stadler,S44,lS0 45-44 133 LBaker-Finch-W.Srady, S4S,0O0..4S-49 -134 U.S. AMATEUR SCORES OOLTEWAH, Term, - Scores Tuesday after the first round ol the 9isl U.S. Amateur Championship, conducted by the United States Golf Association, and played oa the 7,044-yard, par-72 Honors Course, and the 4,557-yard, par-70 Cleveland (Tenn.) Go t Country Club: Franklin Langham, Thomson, Ga. 11-32 - John Harris, Edina, Minn. 32-34 44 David HiU, Australia 32-34 44 Scott DeSerrano, Farmers Branch, Texas 14-33 47 Craia Anderson, Fat Brook, Calif, 15-13 - Allen Doyte, LaGrange, 6a. 34-32 41 Tom Scherrer, Skanealeles, N. Y. 35-33 II Manny Zerman, San Diego, 33-34 49 Keith Lundguisl, Austin, Texas 15-34 - 49 DannyYales,Allanla,3S-34 49 Mark Tekrico, Aurora, Ohio 34-34 7 Walter Hal,Clemmons,N.C.3S-3S 71 Brent Boshck, Stillwater, Ok 14. 14-14 71 Chip Stewart, Irving, Texas 15-35 71 BrandonKnight, SMIwaler.Ok la. 33-37 - 7 BooFriend, Richmond, Va. 35-33 71 Pal Tallem, Vienna, Va. 34-34 70 Bill McGuinness, Woodbury, N.J. 14-14 70 Hans Albertsson. Manchester VikMO. Vf Mark Aldrich.Waviata.Minn. 34-35 71 Robert McRoy . Huntsviie. Ala. 14-35 - 71 Jim Venhein.Soumgale,Ky.37-34 - 71 Mike Soosa. Tamarac, Fia. 14-35 - 71 Jay Si9ei.Berwvn. Pa. 35-14 71 Kevin King. Huron Head. S C 15-14 71 Dicky Pride. Tuscaloosa. Ala. 37-34 - 71 Mark Smak,Flossmoor,ai. 35-34 71 Chris Slutts, Leoma, Tenn. 35-14-71 Bryan Pemberton, Dublin, Calif. 14-35 - 71 Trey Holroyd, Augusta. Ga. 34-15 - 71 Jason Widener, Greensboro. N.C 34-37 - 71 Tony Soerries, Granger, Ind. 34-35 - 71 Mark Swygert, Blythewood, SC 14-35 71 Joe Keller, Ostervrile, Mass. 35-34 - 71 Marc Spencer, Bradford, Mass. 37-34 - 71 Robert Shawger Jr., Summit, N J. 35-34 - 71 ToddKolb.SiouiFalls,S.0.37-35 72 Gary Nickiaus. N. Palm Beach, Fia. 37-35 -72 Tom Carter , Ouakertown , Pa. 34-34 - 71 Johnny Daley, Park Rapids. Minn. 14-34- 72 Steve Novarro, W. Covina, Can. 37-35 - 72 Tim Disk in, Beverly , Mass. 37-35 - 72 Jeff Fulwiler, Aibuguergue, N.M. 37-35 - 72 David White, Little Rock, Ark. 40-32 72 Larry Tedesco, Westport.Conn. 34-31 - 72 Pat Corey, Chattanooga, Tenn. 34-34 - 72 Scott Sullivan, Tempe, Aril. 35-37 - 73 Charles Wagner, Pittsburgh 14-31 72 Shaun Micheel, Cordova, Tenn. 35-37 - 72 Bob May, LaHabra.Cakf. 17-15 72 Scott Puzey, Jackson, Miss. 15-17-72 Omar Uresti, Austin, Texas 37-35 - 72 Ben Maher,LaOuinta, Calif. 35-37 72 David Berganio, Sylmar, Calif. 35-37 - 71 Tim Bums, Chew Chase, Md. 35-37 72 Morgan Brown, The Woodlands, Texas 35-17-72 Jeff GoHiher, KnoxvBte.Tenn. 37-35 - 72 Harcourt Kemp, Louisville, Ky. 34-34 - 72 Milch Voges, Simi Valley, Calif. 34-34 72 Phil Mkkelson, San Diego 34-34 - 73 Jeff Sunday.Mechanicsburg.Pa. 37-35 - 72 Randy Haag, Danville, CaM. 34-34 72 Ren Budde, Argyle, Texas 34-31 72 Rick Soulhwick, Shelter Island, N.Y. 17-35 72 Todd Murcer, Oklahoma Cty 37-34 - 73 Mark Leetiow, Sarasota, Fia. 31-35 - 73 Stephen Stone, Toledo, Ohio 35-31 71 Mike Cress, Marietta, Ga. 31-35 73 Scott Sterling, Orange, Texas 35-11 - 73 David Duval, Ponte Vedra Beach, Fia. 34-39 73 Tim Todd, Yorba Linda, CaM. 31-35 - 71 Henry Smith, Anniston, Ala. 37-34 - 73 MikeMuehr, Bernardsville, N.J. 35-31-73 Glen MkMtta, Plantation, Fia. 35-31 - 73 Guy HHI, Lakeland, Fia. 35-31 - 73 Taylor Tipton, Kerrville, Texas 34-39 - 71 JeHMarheson, Gurbee, HI. 37-34 - 73 Shane Supple, Detuniak Springs, Fia. 14-17-73 Pat Sheehan, Warwick, R.I. 37-34 - 73 Brian Connor, Summerdale, Pa. 37-34 - 71 Rex Bonis, Austin, Texas 35-31-73 Randy Sonnier, Kingwood, Texas 39-34 73 Frank Ford III, Charleston, SC 37-34 - 73 Mike Craotree, Greenwich, Conn. 35-39- 74 Charlie Wi, Thousand Oaks, Calif. 37-17- 74 ChrisLhter, Athens, Tenn.37-37 - 74 Tom Studer, Joliet, ID. 39-35 - 74 Roy Schultheiss, Bay City, Mich. 34-31 - 74 Jim Stuart, Macon, Ga. 37-37 - 74 Steve Gotliher.Knoxville, Tenn. 39-35 - 74 Steven Mahtson, Jacksonville, Fia. 37-37 - 74 Chance Blvthe, Wanhachie, Texas 35-39-74 Harrison Fraiar, Dallas 34-31 - 74 William Varn, Jacksonville, Fia. 31-34 - 74 ' Brent Geiberger, Los Angeles 31-14 -74 Mark Craotree, Fort Collins, Colo. 35-39- 74 John Gilles, Laguna Beach, Calif. 39-35 - 74 David DeWuH, Pontiac, Mich. 34-31-74 Richard Kerper, Clearwater, Fia. 37-37 - 74 Briny Baird, Miami Beach, Fia. 37-37 - 74 Nicky Goetie, Watkinsville, Ga. 34-31 - 74 Bobby Collins, Atlantis, Fia. 34-34 - 74 Bruce Westemeter, Cedar Fads, Kwa 37-37-74 Jeff Craig, Phtehurst, N.C 31-31- 74 John Damon, Bend, Ore. 31-34-74 George Zahringer, New York 34-31-74 Todd Demsey, Rancho Santa Ft, Cakf. 37- 17-74 Sheldon Kalish, Baltimore 31-37 - 75 David Patterson, Berwyn, Pa. 34-39 - 75 David Lucks, Manchester, Mo. 31-37 - 75 Chris Tidland, Placentia, Cam. 37-31 - 75 Joe McCormick, Hutchinson, Minn. 34-39 - 75 Russ Newman, Fargo, N.D. 31-37 - 75 Doug Stone, Middlesex, N.C 39-35 - 75 Gary Shemano, KenffiekJ, Cam. 37-31 - 75 Greg Martin, Austin, Texas 37-31 - 7S Jean-Paul Hebert, Houston 31-37-75 Kevin Collier, Okemos, Mich. 37-31 - 75 Pete Richler. Mechanicsbura. Pa. 37-31 - 75 Paul Hindsley, Glenview, IK. 39-34 - 75 Scot Regner. Ponte Vedra Beach. Fia. 21- 37-75 Mark Sollenberger, Scottsdah), Arit. 39-34-75 Martin Smith, Springfield, Va. 39-34 - 75 Tom Orr, Midlothian, Va. 35-40 - 75 David Fenichel, Falls Church, Va. 11-39 75 Fred Widicus, Annandate, Va. 31-37 - 75 StanOueen, Graham, N.C 34-37 - 75 William Brown, Richmond, Va. 40-35 - 75 Jack O'Keete, Little Rock, Ark. 37-31 - 75 John Grace, Fort Worth, Texas 37-31 - 75 Leland McEntet, Doylestown, Pa. 35-40- 15 Pittsburgh. Huey RichardsM, so, FkK- aja. 4 years, reported S2 J mtifaoa. 14. Seattle. Dan McGwire, ob, San Diego 9ate. 3 years. S3.35 mrtkon (si. 15 miltion sign- Kng bonus, 5404,400 X II. 1404,000 m '92. 41 L irmhonin'93). 17. Washington (from Houston through. New England and Dallas) Booby Wilson, 01. Michigan stale. 3 years, S2. 19 million Isl million signing bonus, SJ00.0O0 ia '91, 4150,000 ia '92,S540,OOOin'93). lL Cinonnatt, Alfred Williams, fb, Colorado. 3 years. 2.23S m,uion (SI million signing bonusl. 19. Green 8ay (from Philadelphia), Vincent Clark, db, Ohio State. Agreed fa a tour-year contract , terms not disclosed.- 20. Detroit (from Washington via Dallas), Kelvm Pntchefl, dt, Mississippi. 3 years, 12.1 miiuon. 21. Kansas Cty, Harvey WiKam, rb, LSU. Ivears. terms undisclosed. 22. Chicago, Stan Thomas, at, Texas. S years,u.2S minion. 23. Miami, Randal HM, wr, Miami, Fia. 1 years, S2.1 million. 24. Los Angeles Raiders, Todd Marino inch. qb. Southern Cal.3 years, S2.25 minion. 25. San Francisco, Ted Washington, dt, Louisville. 4 years, S3 million (incudes S904,- 000 signing bonus). 24. Buffalo, Henry Jones, s, Illinois. 27. New York Giants, Jarrod Bunch, lb, Michigan. 3 years, til million (includes $900,000 signing bonus). NOTE: The New York Jets did not have a first-round selection because they selected Rob Moore in the 1 990 supplemental drafL 75 David Mortand, Canada 31-37 - 75 Jerry Springer, White Plains, N.Y. 14-37- 75 Chris Anderson, W. Covina, Calif. 39-31 - 75 Sean Gorgone, Brunswick, Maine 34-39 75 Alan Bratton, College Station, Texas 34- Kevin Miskimins, Reno, Nev. 37-11 -75 NFL EXHIBITION STANDINGS AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Buffalo 2 2 I .500 79 17 Miami 2 2 I .500 41 57 Indianapolis 1 2 J21 44 55 New England 3 I .000 13 101 N.Y.Jets 1 400 30 47 Central ' Cleveland 2 1 I .447 SO 54 Cincinnati 1 2 0 .333 71 77 Houston 1 2 .333 44 17 Pittsburgh I 2 J13 40 12 West KansasCity 2 1 0 .447 71 48 Seattle 2 1 0 .447 S3 45 Denver 2 2 .500 40 54 L.A. Raiders 2 2 I .500 44 45 San Diego 1 2 0 .331 47 77 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East W L T Pet. PF PA Phoenix 1 1.000 19 23 Philadelphia 3 1 .750 17 71 N.Y.Giants 2 1 I .447 57 43 Dallas 1 2 0 .331 54 II Washington 1 2 J33 55 44 Central Green Bay 2 1 t .447 13 12 Tampa Bay 2 1 0 .447 41 41 Detroit 1 2 0 .500 41 12 Minnesota 111 .333 II 49 Chicago 1 1 J50 33 44 San Francisco 4 1.000 93 43 Atlanta 1 I .447 13 34 New Orleans 1 1 .447 77 57 LJLRams I 2 0 J33 41 44 Friday's Game Cleveland 24, Washington 2 1 , OT Saturday's Games Green Bay 35, Buffalo 24 Los Angeles Raiders 13,Chicago 19 Tampa Bay 12, Alianta7 Philadelphia 21 , Pittsburgh 20 Cincinnati 27, Minnesota 24, OT New York Giants 24, New York It KansasCity 31, Detroit 14 Indianapolis 14, New Orleans 21 Phoenix 44, NewEnglandO Seattle 23, Los Angeles Rams7 Sunday's Game Houston 30, Dallas 20 . Monday'sGames Denver 21, Miamil3 San Francisco 24, San Diego 13 Thursday, Aug. 22 Los Angeles Rams vs. Houston at Memphis, Tenn.,4p.m. Friday, Aug. 23 Pittsburgh atDetrort, 4:30 p.m. Indianapolis at Philadelphia,4:30p.m. San Franciscoal Seattle, 7p.m. Kansas City at Tampa Bay, 7 p.m. Cleveland at Minnesota, 7 pm Atlanta at Dallas, lp.m. Denver at Phoenix, 1:30 p.m. Los Angeles Raiders at San Diego, 9 p.m. Saturday, Aug. 24 New York Giants al New England, 3 p.m. Cincinnati vs. Green Bay at Milwaukee, I p.m. New York Jets vs. Washington at Columbia, S.C,4p.m. New Orleans at Miami, 7 p.m, BuffaloatChicago,lp.m. End Preseason NFL FIRST-ROUND SIGNINGS I. Dallas (from New England), Russell Maryland, dl, Miami, Fia. S years, SI million (includes$3 miHion signing bonus). 3. Cleveland. Eric Turner, s, UCLA. 4 years, 54 million (S3.1S million signing bonus, S550,- 000 in '91, 1400,000 in '93, 5700,000 in '93, II million in '94), 3. Atlanta, Bruce Pickens, cb, Nebraska. 4. Denver, Mike Croel, lb, Nebraska, series 01 one-year contracts; terms undisclosed. 5. Los Angeles Rams, Todd Lyght, cb, Notre Dame; 5 years, SS.Smillion. 4. Phoenix, Eric Swann, dl, no college. 5 years, S4.0S million (11.45 miHion signing bonus, 5320,000 in '91, 1340,000 in '92, 1475,000 in '93, 1550,000 in '94, 1450,000 in '45). 7. Tampa Bay, Charles McRae, of, Tennessee. S years, reported S4.7 million, including a signing bonus of more than 12 million. I. Philadelphia (from Green Bay), Antont Davis, at, Tennessee; signed interim one-year contract. Final contract still being nego- tiaieo. 9. San Diego, Stanley Richard, cb, Texas. Agreed to undisclosed terms. II. Detroit, Herman Moore, wr, Virginia. 3 years, S2.4 million 1 1. New England, Pat Harlow, ot, Southern Cat. 3 years, 13.21 million (with 11.3 million signing bonus, 5240,000 in '91, 1300,000 in '92, 1330,000 in '91). 12. Dallas, Alvin Harper, wr, Tennessee. 1 years, !2.ISmiflion. II. Atlanta (from Indianapolis), Mike Prtt-chard, wr, Colorado. 1 years, 12.2 million. 14. New England (from New Orleans . through Dallas), Leonard Russell, rb, Ariiona. Slate. 1 years, 12 J million. HAMLET RESULTS COMMACK.N.Y. - Results Tuesday of the first round ot the S250.0O0 Hamlet Challenge Cup tennis tournament at the Hamlet Gott and uwntry auo (seedings in parentheses): Singles First Round Magnus Larsson, Sweden, del. David nneaton in, Lake Minnetonka, Minn., 4-1, 4-7(2-7),7-4(7-S). Peter Lundgren, Sweden, del. Rodolphe Gilbert, France, 2-4, 4-1,4-1. Oliver Delaitre, Luxembourg, del. Ronald Agenor, Ham, 1-4, 7-4 7-1 , 4-2. Eric Jelen, Germany, del. Diego Nargtso, nary, w, -e 4-0. VIRGINIA SLIMS RESULTS WASHINGTON - Tuesday's results at the sg,w Virginia snms ot Washington: Singles Second Round Arantxa Sanchez Vicario (2), Spain del. Re- gina Kaicnriova, Czechoslovakia, 4-4, 4-4. Mary Joe Fernandez (1), Miami, del. Mari-an de Swardl, South Africa, 4-4, 4-1. Gigi Fernandez, Aspen, Cola, del. Andrea Mrnaoova, Czechoslovakia, 4-4, 7-5. First Round Pam Shriver, Lutherville, Md., del. Elna Reinach, South Africa, 4-2, 4-3. Radka Zrubakova, Czechoslovakia, del. naraHa ivereva, sovietunion,4-4, 7-5. Laura awemeisler, Peru, def. Gretchen imagers, san Diego, 1-4, 4-2, 4-2. Anne Minter, Australia, def. Robin While, iWMar.calit., 4-4,4-1. PERSONNEL CHANGES BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS Activated Lloyd Mo- seDy, ourneioer, trom the 1 5-day disabled list. MINNESOTA TW NS- Recalled Allan Anderson, pitcher, from Portland of the Pa- cmc Loast League, optioned Willie Banks, pitcher, toPoffland. TEXAS RANGERS - Signed Scott Fvre. Pitcher, and assigned him to the Florida In structional League. National League ATLANTA BRAVES - Activated David Justice, outfielder, from the 15-day disabled Nst. Sent Jerry Willard, catcher, to Richmond erme inrernanonai League. CINCINNATI REDS Recalled Terrv I e first baseman, trom Nashville ol the American Association. Optioned Chris Jones, out- iwioer,rona5nvilie. NEW YORK METS Placed Hubie Brooks. outfielder, on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled Chris Donneis, infielder, from Tide water or me international League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association PHILADELPHIA 74ERS Promoted Tony DiLeo from scout to player personnel director ano assistant coach. FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS - Waived John Out. ly, guard; Bob Christian, running back; Wil- Hdm cvers, corneroack; james Goode, linebacker; Pat Jackson, wide receiver; and Ernie Logan, defensive lineman. Placed John Rade, linebacker, on the reserve-physically- uiidDie-io-penorm list. BUFFALO BILLS - Waived Rick Tuten, punter; Amir Rasul, running back; and Craig Hendrickson, offensive tackle. Placed Brent Collins, linebacker; on the injured reserve list. Placed Chris Hale, defensive back; on the pnrMcanyunaoie to perform list. CLEVELAND BROWNS - Waived Roy Green, wide receiver, and Ken Reeves, often- Mvvniiemdii, DALLAS COWBOYS - Waived Damon Mays, wide receiver; Paul Frazier, running back; Don Smith, defensive back; and Reggie Cooper, linebacker. Waived Willie Broughton, offensive lineman; and Keith Powe, defensive end; with an iniury settlement. Placed Kevin narns, nneoacker; and Tony Boles, running back; on the reserve non-football iniury list. Placed Keith Jones, running back; on the re-sefve-physically-unable-to-perform-list. Placed Michael Brooks, safety; and Undra Johnson, running back; on iniured reserve. DENVER BRONCOS -Waived Melvin Bratton, fullback; Rick Dennison, linebacker; Chris Verhulst, tight end; Scott Beavers and Matt McCall, offensive linemen; Blake Ezor and Tony AHord, running backs; Tim Stall-worth, Curtis Mavlield, Ernest Priester and Norris Hanes, wide receive'S; Pat Hegartv, quarterback; Rollin Putzier and Doug Jacobs, defensive linemen; Fred Foggie, corneroack; and Tracy Bennett, placekicker. Placed Jim Juriga, offensive tackle, on iniured reserve, and Alphonso Carreker, defensive end, on re-serve-physically-unable-io perform list. DETROIT LIONS -Waived Jerry Kauric, placekicker. GREEN BAY PACKERS - Waived Jeff File, punter. INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Aoiuired Robert Tyler, light end, from the Los Angeles Raiders for a future undisclosed draft pick. Waived Stacey Simmons, wide receiver. Placed Tim Bruton,tightend, on injured reserve. KANSAS CITY CHIEFS -Placed Stump Mitchell, running back; Clifford Charlton and Marc Muntord, linebackers, on injured reserve. Signed Barry Word, running back, to a two-year contract. Waived Lew Barnes, wide receiver; Richard Bell, running back; and Chris Dunn, linebacker. LOS ANGELES RAIDERS Placed Greg Belt, running back, and Todd Peat, offensive guard, on the waived-iniured list. Waived Marcus Wilson, defensive back; Emanuel King and Malcolm Showed, defensive ends; Tim Rother, defensive tackle: Bruce Kloster-mann and Tim Cofield, linebackers; Jeff Grimes, offensive guard; Charles Young and Doug Lloyd, running backs: and Barrel Hopper, Keith Wright and Steton Adams, wide receivers. Placed Mike Wise, defensive end, on the reserve-left camp list. Traded Bob Tyler, tight end, to the Indianapolis Colts tor an undisclosed draft pick. LOS ANGELES RAMS Signed Mike McDonald, linebacker. Waived Doug Reed, defensive tackle; Corwin Anthony, tight end; Jeff Hammerschmidt, safety; Craig Hart-suyker and Pat Tyrance, linebackers; Dustm Quinton, offensive tackle; Trevor Ryals, center; Ernie Thompson, running back; and Jetf Fields, defensive tackle. Placed Jeff Pahu-koa, offensive guard, and Kirk Kirkpatrick, tight end, onthe waived-iniured list. MIAMI DOLPHINS Signed Dan Marino, quarterback, to a five-year contract. Signed Marc Logan, running back, and Shawn Lee, tackle, to one-year contracts. Waived Stephen Scotton, fullback; Michael Titley, tight end: Mike Pavelec, tackle; Cisco Richard, running back; Richard Buchanan, wide receiver; Tom Tolh, guard; Owayne Pelhem, linebacker; Rick Fleece, nose tackle; Tim Brown and Scott Miller, defensive ends; and African Grant and Tom Balcom. safeties. .Placed Brent Fullwood, running back; Ned ooicar, nneoacker, and James Parrish, tackle, on the physically-unable-to-pertorm list. MINNESOTA VIKINGS Signed Reggie Rutland, corneroack. Waived Chris Thome, Brady Pierce and Paul Berardelli, offensive linemen; Ken Stills, safety; William Kirksey and Mac Stephens, Nnebackers; Can Mims and Tony JOnes, cornerbacks; James Pruilt, Darren Hughes and Anthony Owens, wide receivers; Scott Reagan, David Weslbrooksand Steve Berg, defensive linemen; Brad Williams, punter; ChrisCoehrane. ouarterturk. and Frank Griffin, tight end. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Placed Steve Trarulo, offensive guard; Reggie Williams, corneroack; and Demond Winston, linebacker, on iniured reserve. Waived Tim Manoa, fullback; Brent Griffith, offensive tacklei Todd Wheeler, center; Nate Bolton, wide receiver; Leon Cole, defensive lineman; and Bobby Pope, corneroack. new YORK JETS Waived Dave 7a- watson, guard, and Pepper Jenkins, line. backer. NEW YORK GIANTS Waived Ted Poo. son, tight end. Placed Chad Thorson, linebacker, on iniured reserve. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Placed Winfred Bryant, defensive end, on iniured re serve. PITTSBURGH STEELERS Waived 4 1 Jenkins, defensive end; Andre Jones, linebacker; Richard Byrd, guard, and Rich Dray-Ion, wide receiver. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS Claimed Mike Wilcher, linebacker, ott waivers from the Los Angeles Rams. Waived Dean Brown, offensive lineman; Ron Heard, Troy Kvles and Elliott Searcy, wide receivers; Duncan Bur- germeister and Reggie McGiH, running backs; Shane Elliott, tackle; LeAndre Anderson, Rich Kaufusi and Craig Lashley, defensive ends; Mike Davis and Alema Fitise-manu, linebackers; Kris McCall and Kim McCloud, cornerbacks; and John Wyche, safety. Placed David Jones, wide receiver, nd Darrvl Jenkins, offensive tackle, on the physicalty-unapte to perform Sst: and Terry Beautord, guard, and Derrick Kelson, defensive back on iniured reserve. SAN FRANCISCO ERS Waived Bubba Paris, offensive tackle: Dean Caiiguire, center; Ricky Siglar and Brett Wiese, guaros; Garv Compton, Pete Mandley and Booby Slaughter, wide receivers; James Gray, running back; Ralph Martini, quarterback; Dan Grayson, Stacey Harvey and Chris Washington, Rneoackers; Mitford Hodge, Greg Joelson and John Shannon, defensive ends; Kent Wells, nose tackle: Bruce Ptummer and Louis Riddick, defensive backs, and Darryl Ingram, tight end. Placed Barry Helton, punter, en the physicaHv-unabte to perform si. SEATTLE SEAHAWKS Waived Aaron Rutfin and Harlan Davis, cornerbacks; Murray Garrett, defensive tackle; Ceoi Wit-son, fullback; Enk Ringoen and Richard NewbiH, bnebackers; Chris Bromley and Turned Sims, offensive guards; Chris Dvko, offensive tackle; Howard Gasser, quarterback; and Curtis McManus, Derwin Brewer and John Ford, wide receivers. TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS - Claimed Chuck Weatherspoon, running back, off waivers from the Philadelphia Eagles. Placed Mark Rooinson.safety, and Randy Grimes, center, on injured reserve. Washington REDSKINS Placed David Gukedge, defensive back; and Keenan McCardeH, wide receiver, on injured reserve. Waived Jon Leverenz, Kevin Wooftolk, Ted Rogers, and Jack Bradford, linebackers; Keith Cash, light end; Charles Ben, corneroack; Walter Batson, Cart Harry, and Victor Cahoon, wide receivers; Kirk Davenport, running back; Gene Fruge and Billy Keys, defensive ends; Nate Hill, defensive tackle; and Tim Moxley and nomas Ravatn, offensive tackles. SOCCER Maior Soccer League BALTIMORE BLAST Signed Daid Eise, defenseman, and Joe Koziol, midfielder. COLLEGE CENTRAL MISSOURI STATE Announced that Jerry Hughes, athletic director, will serve as men's interim basketball coach for thel991-92 season. NICHOLLS STATE Promoted John Gut-Ian from part-lime to tub-lime men's assistant basketball coach. PENN STATE Named Mark Schmidt, men'sassistant basketball coach. SLIPPERY ROCK Named Bob Ogoreuc men'sand women's swimming coach. YESHIVA Announced the resignation of Mickey Brody, men's tennis coach. VICTORYLAND RESULTS Here are Tuesday nighf s results at Victo-ryLand: All races are 514 of a mile unless otherwise noted. ISTRACE(B) T-30.74 2- Petro Raven 1403.402.40 1-TT'sChris 3.402.40 4-Surpass 2.40 O: 1-2 30.00; E: 2-1 113.70; Trifecta: 2-1-4 190.4095.20 2ND RACE (C) ' T-31.21 3- Penswildwolfhowl 14.4013.00 12.00 4- Ski'sJoAnn 14.1010.20 7-JHawk'sCarl 4.40 0: 3-4 1S7.20; E: 3-4 1194.40; Trifecta: 3-4.7 aty.w liiv.so 3RD RACE (M) T-31.40 -iiKoiango 5.004203.40 5-Looking Glass Jo 20.404.10 1-Valine 3 40 scraicneo: J s Aiacazam 0: 2-5 12.40; E: 2-5 134 JO; Superfecta: 2-5-1 11140.40 Daily Triple: 2-3-2 paid 1492.41 ' 4TH RACE (D, 31) T-39.90 4-Marrjie Madness 33.2014.0010.20 7-lco Woodstock 9 JO 5.20 t-Petro Abrasive 3.00 Q: 4-7 114.00; E: 4-7 163.50; Trifecta: 4-7-1 uej.njoi.iv 5THRACEIA) T-30.10 9-coieueiire 9.204.003.00 7-TomTCrews ioana 2-KOMuffel 1.10 0: 5-7 32.20: E: 5-7 104.44: TrHerta- (.7.1 1VI.W IW.U 4TH RACE (Ml T-11 11 i-TOKtimuu 17405.403.00 3- AB Henrietta 4.404.00 4- Petro Dissenter 2 40 Ol 3-1 41.10: E: 1-3 147 00: TrKsrta. 1.U 409.0V I Biq Q Pool: 5550 with 9exchanges 7THRACEID) T.11 in r-eveniianuon 7.004.003.00 2-SureFastChervl ssnidn 4-KB'sArchbishop 3,20 Q: 2-7 21.00: E:7-3 47 10: TrHorta- 7.1.1 IIJ.WTO.U Big 0: 3-1 with 2-7 paid 5550 JO to 1 winner ITHRACE C.31) T.uu 2-THFHibachi 13.40 11. 00 3.00 -e.eysionec.rmer 2.102.40 3-Kaly's Cannon am 0: 2-4 24.20; E: 2-4 122.40: suoerierta.1.1.1. 47,.4V 9TH RACE (A) T-MM 3-nmwdi onoe - i.no7dfl7 4A 2-JK's Tall Man 4.002.40 4-JumpinOut 2.40 U: Z-5 2.00; E: 5-2 44.40; TrHoda; 4.0.1 IOU.OV7V.1tl lOTHRACElD) T.1I 4- nyioeASlcanbe 324020.009.00 7-ManyMedidne 8.204.20 5- HH's Willie 7.40 0:4-71 16.80; E: 4-7299.10 Tri-SuperlslHalf:l-7-SpaidSl,343 HTHRACE(C) T-11M 1-MagkMagoo 480751011 M 4-SportsJaree 13.203.40 4-Ski's Delta 3.4a Scratched: CyndiG Q: 1-4 40.80; E: 1-4 75.00: Trifecta: 1-1-1 271.20135.40 Tn-Super: No winner earrvnver iarknnt isS30,95S. 12THRACEIB) T.JUl 1-Big Motivation 18.4011 lorm 4-Perfect Profile 3.802.40 1-ExpectMore 2 JO Scratched: DD's Joshua 0: 1-4 31.00: E: 1-4 139.30: Superfecta; 1J-1- 21092.40 1 ITHRACE (A) T-wse 7-ArchieD 410101 so 3-Estate Jewel 19.803.40 1-SakkaraGala 4.40 Q: 3-7 26.20; E: 7-3 61.50: Superfecta: 7-3-1-1 394.00 Attendance: 1,890 Handle: 1220,1 19 ENTRIES Here are Wednesday's entries at Victnrv- Land: All races are 516 of a mile unless otherwise noted. MATINEE 3 P.M. FIRST RACE (Dl Riddle Answer. Id ueao son, Molly Krtftn, JJ's Black Crude, Odeissia, KD's Penny Artie, Stonewilkw Lori, tcoMemphisMike. SECOND RACE (C) Hotline Rubv. DC' rast taiun, Totally cid, Texas Pesky, Call Bryant, Flexter's Garnet. Mv Oddman. Ken. tucky Rascal. THIRD RACE (Ml Junll. DB't Lurkv Lady, Eagle She Flvs. J's Sharam. l7eha. Velvet Dame, Black Fallon, Texala Red rock. FOURTH RACE (D) Sporty Genna, Veils, Con, Quantum Becky, Grand Stand, WFO Roy, BB's Black Jack, Fairly New. FIFTH RACE (C) -RIJ Phyllis, Easy Grits, Ski's Cubid, Satchel Charge, Supreme Reward, FredM, KD'sFrank, Nia. SIXTH RACE (B) - Texala Justin, Call Me Roscoe, Brindella, BX's Anthony, Pawnee's Grande, Wilclitl Sony, Miss Frances Go, Stella B. SEVENTH RACE (Dl Hev Mittv. Pnra Cardinal, Land Of Honey, Big Bubba Bo, Raise A Beat, Rushing Snowball, Ms Curious, Amazing Joe. EIGHTH RACE (C) - Sucha Shadv I riv. HB's Mandy Lynn, JJ's Barbara, Stone Bill," rmeitd, uut napoleon, pay it out, Ico Great Spirit. N NTH RACE (A) Fhnnv ftltuia.H. Stabs Four Bits, Blistering Pace. crvtai Quartz, My Lit Hoppie, Tasman Brat, After Black, Hungry Hobo. TENTH RACE (D) - MN's Lawyer Bill, Game Player, Frequent Floyd, Shanda Berry, Simon, Jock's Maxim, Morgan's Pearl, Maj Bowes. ELEVENTH RACE If I rh ati,r White Shadow, Augusta Gun, Slicks Clemma, Ski's Vickie, Tips J, Hillside Kelli, Tenspeed Top Gun. TWELFTH RACE f R) . TahHian StnmnAr Kray, Edie Mae, Find A Star, Hopi Princess, Jock's Halston, KB's Double Dare, Osuch Happy Feet. THIRTEENTH RACE IAI rOrt.1. Click, Sure Grit, Steve's Hurdle, Interact, Jock's Sortie, Dr. Ridgeway, Ski's Tommy T, Toldutrute. EVENING-7:10 FIRST RACE IB1 Plavmatl Uaath. Stabs Perkulator, Ozark Maoic. GH't Mindv. JJ Honey Bear, Natural Smoke, Dark Enforcer, Dirty weapon. SECOND RACE (C) - River Flyer, Jet Sel Jean, Slicks Wonderful, Ski's Jannie, Stacy C, DG's Nicole, Gretzky , Calson BK. THIRD RACE (D) - Best Patches, Ski's Dixon, Country Mischief. ar.K iaa niair Land Bandit, U R Jane, LB's Go Freddy, MN'sTeddy. FOURTH RACE ID. 111 Lurkvl 1.1., Otto Sunshine, RJ Devils Dlite, Little Weidie, BB's Speeder, Ski's Lonie, Classy Traveler, Savhi Fire Nice. FIFTH RACE (A) Nick Noel. J tniian Ski's VoHv, WFO Gary. Win D Johanna, nil Eggo, Sloney Top, Lil Monty. SIXTH RACE (B) - SK Ruley, Ernest, Alberto Slim, Ski's Faye, Spinel, Gracie Slick, PocoEagie.CallMeEddie. SEVENTH RACE (Dl DG'I final H't Flasheydash, You Newly, LB's Super Ruler, Tezing Shaler, RJ cover Girl, X s Meadow Star,Sunbelievable. EIGHTH RACE IA. 31) T.r.nn Cow Man, Indigo Jones, Kal's Silver Sis, Jo Slarr, Wishful Winkin, Birds Hopelogo, TJ Mc Hen-ry,Chick'sBokhoma. NINTH RACE IB) WFO Genrcw than Dixon, JJ's Rabe, Ski's Prancer. Slab's Pay master, Breezing Dot, Latin's Monalee, Dynamite Ashley, TENTH RACE (Dl Go den Bea. Anoel Judy, He We Cup, Trek Crusher, Abest, THF Faith Keeper, Roadtoredemption, Teacakes. ELEVENTH RACE IC) Coor's Shaker. KB'S Crazy Spats, Herm, THF Forge On, Petro Dynahow, JJ's Del Rio, LB Super Review, Duzall. TWELFTH RACE (T. 11) Loral Quickie, RJ Bianca, Royal JB'sGun, Keeping Ahead, Birds Reebok, Long Gone Flash, Ta-kashi Critter, Sayhi Anna Mae. THIRTEENTH RACE (Al Ta asav. WFO Jean, Krystal Firefly, Buy Oceanpacif-tc, Chelsea Girl, Quick Nell, Cowboy's Gal, Eddie E. Season tickets on sale at ASU Staff and Wire Reports Alabama State athletic director Arthur D. Bar-nett announced Tuesday that the school will be offering season tickets for the 1991 football season. The tickets, which cost $50 each, are good for the Hornets' four home games at Cramton Bowl and their Gulf Coast Classic matchup with Southern University at Mobile's Ladd Stadium. The tickets can be purchased at the cashier's window in the basement of Councill Hall. For more information, call Mark Ballard at 293-44 10. Carver JH physicals scheduled All seventh-, eighth- and ninth-graders interested in playing football for Carver Junior High School should report to Carver Community Center for physical examinations on Saturday at 8:30 a.m. Crenshaw, Azinger win Challenge PORTLAND, Ore. Ben Crenshaw sank a 35-foot birdie putt on the second playoff hole Tuesday to give him and teammate Paul Azinger the $100,-000 first prize in the Fred Meyer Challenge. Three teams finished tied at 19-under 125 through the two rounds, forcing the first playoff in the six-year history of the best-ball tournament. Two teams tied for first in the initial Fred Meyer event, but no playoff was held. First-round leaders Raymond Floyd and Fred Couples tied for second with Bob Gilder and Mark Calcavecchia. Each second-place team won $37,500. The tournament carried a $700,000 purse. The last-place finishers were guaranteed $22,500 apiece. Floyd and Couples had an excellent chance to win the tournament on the first playoff hole, but missed nearly identical 10-foot birdie putts. Gilder and Calchavecchia, who had led most of the final round, bogeyed the first playoff hole and were eliminated. Raines fed up with burglaries LAKE MARY, Fia. Chicago White Sox outfielder Tim Raines and his family are moving out of their $1 million home at the exclusive Heathrow . community because of three burglaries. "We don't even feel safe at that house anymore. We're moving out," said Raines' wife, Virginia. "My kids were terrified of going back to the house." Mrsi Raines complained Monday that Heathrow management had failed to live up to its promises of security. "Unfortunately, there will be incidents like this," said David Guy, president of the Central Florida division of Arvida Co., which owns Heathrow. Guy described the development in the Orlando suburb as a "gated community" where cars must enter past a guardhouse staffed around the clock. Homeowners can monitor traffic at the guardhouse on their television sets. In the first two break-ins at the Raines home earlier this summer, thieves jumped the Heathrow perimiter security fence behind the house and took stereo equipment and a telephone from the ball player's truck. Two teen-agers were later arrested. Last Friday, burglars broke into the unoccupied house and took a safe containing jewelry, gold pieces and documents. Mets place Brooks on disabled list NEW YORK The Mets placed outfielder Hubie Brooks on the 15-day disabled list Tuesday because of an ailment in his right shoulder. New York recalled infielder Chris Donneis from Triple-A Tidewater of the International League to take Brooks' spot on the roster. Brooks was examined by Dr. Charles Goodwin and underwent an MRI test Tuesday morning. It was determined the right fielder has a possible pinch nerve. . Brooks, 34, was given anti-inflammatory medication and will be re-examined at a later date. "I'm looking forward to it getting better," Brooks said. "It is a delicate thing." After a strong first half, Brooks has slumped since the All-Star break. He is hitting .238 with 16 homers and 50 RBIs. , Donneis, 25, was hitting .300 in 83 games at Tidewater with eight homers and 55 RBIs. He had been with the Mets twice early in the season, hitting .235. Taiwan wins LL Series opener WILLIAMSPORT Pa Taiwan clinuioH nffon. other weapon in its Little League World Series ar senal on iuesaay, ana n is tne one thing that can do the most damage to other teams. It is luck, and adding it to powerful hitting and precision pitching gave Taiwan a 3-2 victory over the Dominican Republic in Tuesday's opening game of the Little League World Series. "We were very lucky to win this game," manager Lai Ta-Yuan said after Taiwan held off three Dominican rallies to remain alive in search for its 15th title in 19 World Series appearances. After a 2-hour. 40 -miniltp rain Holmr lha nthor opening-day game, matching Staten Island, N.Y., ctnu nannuun, unio, was postponed a day. Fang Sheng's two-run homer in the first got the Far East champions started, and Lin Wei-Chu's homer in the fifth gave Taiwan the victory. Pan Chih-Chane strnrk nut 15 inrinri;ny nomin. ican Republic cleanup hitter Hector Morban four times. Wen Lien-Yo saved the game for Taiwan with a catch that robbed Ramon Corporan of what would have been a three-run homer in the fiah. USTA rating session slated All women interested in nlavino itcta loacmo tennis are invited to attend a rating session Thursday at Lagoon Park. Women can Dlav in thp fall ft rating, but all women playing in the spring league inusi ue raieu. Please call 272-2732 to make at appointment. Coach points finger at Barkley RANDOLPH. Vt. Thp mon'c huclotMII at Vermont Technical Tnl Charles Barkley backed out of a commitment to ttiieiiu ins summer camp. But Barklev's renrpspntati VP rlnrtioc iha Pin i to- delphia 76ers' star ever said he would attend "Bob Boyd's All-Star Basketball Camp" ran Aug. 5-9 at VTC. A camp brochure featured Barkley on the cover and said the All-Star would appear Aug. 9. Boyd told The Times Argus of Barre-Montpelier that Barkley had faxed him a message saying he would be unable to attend (hp pamn Kin,' .men Uio mother was recovering from a stroke. But Glenn Guthrie, Barkley's Alabama-based representative, denied his client ever agreed to appear. I have reviewed files and talked with Charles. There was no agreement with Bob Boyd," Guthrie told The Times Areas. In arlrlitinn r.nthrio caiH Barkley's mother is not ill. t 1 I I 5 37-13 70 X v

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