The Jackson Sun from Jackson, Tennessee on September 3, 1995 · 24
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SCOREBOARD Page 2CTho Jackson Sun Sunday, sept. 3,1995"- GOLF THE WEEK AHEAD Hoch shoots 65 to lead MILWAUKEE - Scott Hoch credited "conservatively aggressive" play for the 6-under-par 65 he shot Saturday to claim the third-round lead in the Greater Milwaukee Open. Hoch made six birdies two with 20-foot putts for a total of 9-under 204 at the Brown Deer Park Golf Course. He began the third round four strokes orrthe lead. Lee Rinker and Marco Dawson were tied for second at 205. Billy Mayfair, the 1993 GMO champion, Robert Gamez and Joe Acosta were at 206. Hoch decided to play the GMO at the last minute, after his children's school delayed the start of the academic vear. He had nlanned to take five weeks off. Hoch "After the last two weeks, I saw my name drop down on the money list a little too far," said Hoch, 25th with $487,338. "I was back a ways and I felt I had to make a charge," said Hoch, who has had five top-10 finishes this year, including second in the Houston Open. "Lately, when I've needed a good score I've done well." King among leaders SPRINGFIELD, 111. - Hall of Famer Betsy King and rookies Emilee Klein and Pat Hurst shot 5-under-par 67s Saturday to share the first-round lead in the LPGA Rail Classic. King, who won the tournament in 1985, 1986 and 1988, had five birdies in a bogey-free round on the Rail Golf Club course. "I feel pretty good with my swing," said King, who won the ShopRite LPGA Classic in June for her 30th career victory and a berth In the LPGA Hall of Fame. "I've played consistently all summer." Klein, 21, who left Arizona State last year after winning the NCAA championship as a sophomore, had the best competltve score of her life, Bies, Hobday tied In top spot PARK CITY, Utah - Don Bles shot a 5-under-par 67 on Saturday for a share of the second-round lead with South Africa's Simon Hobday In the Franklin Quest Championship. Bies, who won the last of his six Senior PGA Tour titles in 1992, matched Hobday with an 8-under 136 total on the 7,026-yard Park Meadows Golf Club course. Hobday, the 1994 U.S. Senior Open winner, shot a 70, Bies, who had five birdies in a bogey-free round, missed 4-foot birdie putts on Nos. 4, 5 and 7 and a 3-footer on No, U. FOOTBALL Moon merchandise pulled from stores' shelves MINNEAPOLIS - While Warren Moon continues to play quarterback for the Minnesota Vikings, customers at some athletic stores across the state won't see his Jersey being displayed. The Woolworth Corp,, owner of both Foot Locker and Champs Sports stores, ordered that merchandise featuring Moon and his Jersey with the number "1" be pulled from displays. While neither Woolworth nor local store managers would not comment on the reason for the displays being pulled, a White Bear Lake woman said a telephone call she made along with a threatened protest by a group called Media Action Alliance helped spur the decision. Denise Tebbe said she called Woolworth this week because she doesn't believe the stores should continue glamorizing Moon after an offseason in which Moon was charged with assaulting his wife and accused of sexual harassment. "It bothered me that there are people who are profiting, after he committed this act of abuse," Tebbe said. "It bothered me that he's profiting." BOXING Bruno finally wins title WEMBLEY, England - Despite having a bus-pect chin and a robotic fighting style, Frank Bruno deserves praise for persistence. . The 33-year-old British fighter sparked a carnival atmosphere in his country Saturday night by winning a world heavyweight title in his fourth attempt with a unanimous decision over Oliver McCall. "Fourteen years. You can't beat that for persev-erence." Bruno said. "Now I have the championship belt and no one can take it away," WEMBLEY, England - Virgil Hill jabbed his way to a convincing victory over Clumsy Canadian-based Drake Thadzi of Malawi Saturday for his 17th WBA light-heavyweight title triumph and his eighth in a row. TODAY Signups continue for the 'Shot in the Dark' golf tournament at Highland Green Golf Course in Jackson Sept. 15. For more information, call 664-4653. 3 MONDAY The Triple-A Nashville Sounds play their last regular-season baseball game, hosting Buffalo in a 7:15 p.m. game. TUESDAY Signups continue for Union University's four-day hitting and pitching clinics in September. October and November. The clinics are opened to all ages. For more information, call 661-5130. fl WEDNESDAY Signups continue for the Tennessee Soybean Festival 5K Saturday, Sept. 9 at the Elam Center on the UT-Martin campus. For more information call Sherman Coley at (901)587-7681. THURSDAY- - -;. UT-Martin plays 5 host to Bethel in ' college football game" at 7 p.m. Bowling Old Timers Senior Aug. 29. 1995 Pin Upa 3, Trallblazera 1 Splnoffa 3, Young In Heart 1 Pale 3, Vacancy 1 t Travelera 4, Spinners 0 Hit or Mlas 3, Pour Blind Mice 1 High single game (men) Jay Martin High single game (women) Vada Isenberg High series (men) Tommy Tanner High series (women) Willie Mae Sykes Standings 1. Travelers 20-12; 2. Four Blind Mice 19V-12V; 3. Hit or Miss 18'V18'4; 4. Pin Upa 18-14; 4. Pals 18-14; 8. Spinoffs 17-15; 7. Trait-blazers 16-16; 8. Young in Heart 13'i-18V; 8. Spinners 13v-iay; 10. Vacancy 6-26. Women's soccer William Woods 2, Lambuth 0 Goals: WW Beverly Smith, Allison Jones. Women's volleyball Evansvllle Tournament Georgia St. defeats UT-Martin 11-15, 15-3, 15-1. 15-8. GS - Kiki Okeke 13 kills, 11 digs. UT-Martin dafeata Toledo 11-15, 15-13.6-1B, 15-6, 17-16. UTM - Traol Tleoh 16 kills, 18 digs; Jill Smith 33 assists; UT - Jean Ann Harrison 14 kills. rr Schedule Today'! game Cincinnati at Indianapolis, noon. Cleveland at New England, noon. Houston at Jacksonville, noon. Carolina at Atlanta, noon. San Francisco at New Orleans, noon. Tampa Bay at Philadelphia, noon. St. Louis at Green Bay, noon. Detroit at Pittsburgh, noon. New York Jets at Miami, 3 p.m. Ian Diego at Oakland, 3 p.m. Kansas City at Seattle, 3 p.m. Arizona at Washington, 3 p m. Minnesota at Chicago, 3 p.m. Buffalo at Dsnver, 1 p.m. Monday t game Ul Dallas at New York BE lianta, 8 p.m. landings North Divlilen Calgary Bt Columbia Edmonton Hamilton Winnipeg Baaialcluwan Toronto Ottawa Baltimore Birmingham San Antonio Memo! Shreveporl W l T PF M Pta 1 t 0 334 177 II 7 J Q 882 223 14 7 3 0 316 let 14 t 4 0 170 270 12 3 g o 174 3og i 2 7 0 169 til 4 8 7 0 160 233 4 i 9 0 101 431 4 louth Division B 3 0 338 31t 11 6 4 0 308 269 12 I I 0 291 282 10 4 0 148 19! I 4 I 0 273 283 I NOTE: Two soMi are awarded tor a victory and one tor a lis. Friday' jams Blrrnlngham 96, Ottawa Saturday i gams lanimors41, Hamilton 14 ' Today's amn Wmnlaeg at Issaalchtwan, i pm. Memphis at Sftreveport. 7 p.m. Monday's games Edmonton at Calgary. 2 p.m. San Antonio at Toronto, 8 p.m. Southern 500 DARLINGTON, S C. - The lineup for the top 30 drivers for the $1 .146 million Southern 500 at 1. 366-mile Darlington Raceway; 1. John Andrew. Indianapolis, Ford Thunderbird, 167.379 mph. 2. Ricky Rudd, Lake Norman, N.C., Ford Thunderbird. 167.186. 3. Dale Earnhardt, Mooresvllle, N.C., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 166.501. 4. Dick Trickle, Iron Station, NC, Ford Thunderbird, 186.377. 5. Jeff Gordon, Huntersville, NC, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 166.366. 8. Sterling Martin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 166.073, 7. Lake Speed. Concord, N.C, Ford Thunderbird, 165.676. 8. Ward Burton, Scottsburg, Va., Pontlao Grand Priit, 165 665. 9. Geoff Bodine. Julian, NC, Ford Thunderbird, 165 264. 10. Hut Itrlcklln, Calera, Ala., Ford Thunderbird, 166 947. It, Jimmy Ipencer. Mooresvllle, NO., Ponl Thunderbird. 165.203. 19. Dale Jarred, Hickory, N.C, Ford thunderbird, 165.161. 13. Bobby Labonte, Trinity, N.C, Chevrolet Mont Carlo, 165.004. 14, Jo Nemechek, Mooresvllle, N.C, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 164.765. 16. Robert Pressley, Asheville, N.C, Chevrolet Mont Carlo. 164 633. If. Terry Labonte, Trinity, N.C, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 164.556. 17. Rloky Craven, Concord, N.C, Chevrolet Monte Carlo. 164.551. 18. Dav Marola. AveryUs Creek, N.C, Chevrolet Monte Carlo, 164.540. 11. Darrell Waltnp, Franklin, Tenn., Chevrolet Mont Carlo. 161.228. 90. Greg Sacks. Winter Park, Fla., Chevrolet Mont Carlo, 164 634. II. Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 168 900. 19. Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontiac Grand Pmt, 165.738. 23. Brett Bodine. Chemung. N.Y., Ford Thunderbird, 165.198. 24. Bill Elliott, OewsonvMI, Ga., Ford Thunderbird, 165.131. 25. Michael Watlrtp, Owenaboro, Ky Pontiac Grand Prix, 165.103. . 26. Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va.,' Ford Thunderbird, 166.026. - 27. Jeremy Mayftefd, Owenaboro, Ky., Ford Thunderbird! 164.965. 28. Ted Musgrave, Franklin, Wis., Ford Thunderbird, 164.918. 29. Mike Wallace, St. Louis, Ford Thunderbird, 164.771. 30. Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C. Ford Thunderbird, 164.733. Vancouver Indy VANCOUVER, British Columbia -The lineup for the top ten drivers in today's Vancouver Molson Indy race, with driver's residence or country, type of car and qualifying speed in mph; 1. Jacques Villeneuve, Canada, Reynard-Ford, 111.013 mph. (breaks own track qualifying record of 110.078 set Friday). 2. Jimmy Vaaser, Discovery Bay, Calif., Reynard-Ford, 110.459. 3. Bobby Rahal, Dublin, Ohio, Lola-Mercedes, 110.420.. 4. Scott Goodyear, Canada, Reynard-Honda, 110.193.. 5. Michael Andrew, Nazareth, Pa., Lola-Ford, 110.143. 6. Teo Fabi, Italy, Reynard-Ford, 110.135. 7. Robby Gordon, Orange, Calif., Reynard-Ford, 109.732. 8. Gil de Ferrari, Brazil, Reynard-Mercedes, 109.612. 9. Al Unser Jr., Albuquerque, N.M., Penske-Mercedes, 109.400. 10. Scott Pruett, Crystal Bay, Nav., Lola-Ford, 109.387. Qatorade 300 DARLINGTON. S C. - Final results for the top ten drivers Saturday of In 1267,196 Gatorad 900 NASCAR Buach Grand National stock ear race at 1.386-mll Darlington Raoeway with starting position In parentheses, driver and hometown, type ear, lapa completed, reason out, if any, money won and winner's average speed In mile per hour: 1. (6) Mark Martin, Batatvllle, Ark., Ford, 147,926,160, 116.183. 2. (3) Johnny Benson, Grand Rapids, Mich., Chevrolet, 147. $16,183. 3. (9) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Chevrolet. 147, $7,635, 4. (26) Phil Parson, Detroit, Chevro. let, 147, $8,010, 5. (29) Jo Nemechek, Lakeland, Fla., Chevrolet, 147, 15,460. (12) Mlk Wallace, 81. Louis, Ford, 147, $4,660. 7. (4) Jason Keller, Greenville, .C., Chevrolet, 147, $8,285. 1. (23) Elton Sawyer, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 147, $8,310. 9. (13) Jeff Green, Owenebora, Ky., Chevrolet, 147, $5,810. 10. (34) Mike McLaughlin, Waterloo, N Y., Chevrolet, 147, $7,960. aaapaaaeasaeaji 3 Saturday'! summary NORTrtWMTfflNir. NOTRE DAME 18 Northwestern Notre Dame NW-Beailey 7 esse from feftnw (Valenji kick) NO-FGKopks35 NW-FGValwiisi37 ND-Farmer 5 run (kick tailed) NW-Bates 28 pass from Schnur (Valeruisi kick) ND-Kinder 2 run (pass tailed) A-59.075. NU ND First downs 14 20 Rushes-yards 39-169 47-196 Passing 166 175 Return Yards 67 (minus 3) Comp-Att-Int 14-28-0 17-26-0 Punts 9-37 7-45 Fumbles-Losl 1.1 2-2 Penalties-Yards 7-54 14 Time ol Possession 28:17 31:43 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS AUSHINQ-Northwsstern. D.Autry 33-180. A.Autry 1-5. Hartl 1-4, Schnur 4minus 4). Notre Dame, Farmer 16-65, Kinder 12-68, Edwards 1049, Stokes 2-18. Motley 1-3, Powhis 6-(mrnus 24). PASSING-Northwestem, Schnur 14-28-0-166 Notre Dame, Powtm 17-260-175. RECEIVING-Nonhwestem. Bates 4-58. Musso 2-42. Beszley 2.28. Hartl 2-25. DAutry 2-6. Qrsham 1-3. Drevier 12. Notre Dame, Mayes 6-94. Edwsrds 4-37, Mosley 1-26, Chry-plewicz 1-13, Farmer 14, Wallace 1-5, Kinder 1-(mmus6). E2E Milwaukee Open MILWAUKEE - Scorn Saturday after the third round ol me II minion Greater Milwaukee Open, played on the 6.716-ysrd. par-71 Brown Deer Gotl Course; Scott Hoch Lee Rinker Marco Dawson Billy Msylalr Joe Acosta Jr. Robert Games J.l. Lewis Dreg Kraft Ourfy Waldorf Ray Stewart BobLohr TomPurlzer Jim Gallagher 68- 71-65-204 7048-67-205 70-65-70-205 86-72-68 - 206 A8'69-9 206 67-69-70-206 72-6966-207 70-72-66-207 89-7365-207 88-71-68 - 207 69- 71-67-207 734965-207 69-71-69-207 TELEVISION JL & RADIO TODAY MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL 1 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves, WGIM. 1 :05 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Atlanta Braves, TBS. 7 p.m. Kansas City Royals at Texas Rangers, ESPN. PRO FOOTBALL Noon NFL, Cleveland Browns at New England Patriots, NBC (WSMV-4). Noon NFL, Cincinnati Bengals at Indianapolis Colts, NBC (WPSD-6). Noon NFL, San Francisco 49ers at New Orleans Saints, FOX (WBBJ-7, WPTY-24). 3 p.m. NFL, New York Jets at Miami Dolphins, NBC (WMC-5). 3 p.m. NFL, Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears, FOX (WBBJ-7, WPTY-24), 7 p.m. NFL, Buffalo Bills at Denver Broncos, TNT. TENNIS 1 1 :30 a.m. - U.S. Open, CBS (WREG-3, WTVF-5). 6:30 p.m. - U.S. Open, USA-AUTO RACING Noon - NASCAR, Southern 500, ESPN. Noon NASCAR, Southern 500 (in-car camera view), ESPN2. 3:30m. IHRA, Drag Racing Challenge, 4 p.m. IndyCar.lndy Vancouver (same-day tape), ESPN, 4 p.m. IndyCar, Indy Vancouver (in-car camera view, same-day tape), ESPN2. 4 p.m. - NHRA, Big Bud Shootout, TNN. 6 p.m. Figure 8 and rollover contest (same-day tape), ESPN2. GOLF 3 p.m. PGA Tour, Greater Milwaukee Open, final round, ABC (WBBJ-7, WHBQ-13). SOCCER 3 p.m. North Carolina State at Indiana, SportSouth. :-' COLLEGE FOOTBALL 10 p.m. Memphis football, Rip Scherer, WMTU-16,WLMT-30. 10:30 p.m. - Tennessee football, Phillip Fulmer, WPTY-24. ON RADIO 1:15 p.m. Major League Baseball, Colorado Rockies at St. Louis Cardinals, WTKB-FM 93.7, WENK-AM 1240, WZLT-FM 99.3, WTRO-AM 1450. Schedule subject to change. Steve Pate Dicky Thompson Mark 0'Meara Pete Jordan JeflSkimsn Richard Zokol TedSchutz Lee Janren Jay Hsu EdFiorl Mike Hulberl Hal Simon Howard Twitty State Farm Rail Classic SPRINGFIELD. IK. - Scores Saturday after the first round of the $550,000 LPGA State Farm Rail Classic, played on the 6 403-yard. par-36-36-72 Rail Gotl Club course: 704649-207 744747-206 89-7148-208 6849-71-208 72-7145-206 65-70-73-206 69- 7248-209 70- 7247-209 744847-209 70-7049-209 69-7347-209 68-71-70 -209 7147-71-209 Betsy King Emilee Klein Pat Hurst Meg Mallon EvsDshHol Beth Daniel Keren Weiss Michele Redmsn Kathtyn Marshall Becky Iverson KimWIIIisms Tina Tombs Barb Thomas BsrbMucha Rohm Hood Cindy Figg-Currier Janet Anderson Cetrtona Matthew Moira Durst 33-34-67 33-34 -67 35-32-67 35-33-68 33-35-68 35-34 -69 33- 36-69 34- 35- 69 35- 34-69 36- 34- 70 35-35-70 32-36-70 35-35-70 37- 33-70 , 37-33- 70 35- 35-70 36- 36 - 70 37- 33-70 Alicia Dftos Laura Brown Colleen Walker Cindy Schreyer Alice Ritzman Stephanie Maynor Nancy Lopez Laurel Kesn Patty Jordan 37- 33-70 3634-70 36- 35 -71 35-36 - 71 34- 37-71 38- 33-71 37- 34- 71 35- 36- 71 34-37-71 AREA FISHING REPORT Lake Graham: Bass: Dan Foster at the Lake ' Graham Store said bass anglers may want to try deep-running cranks a monster bass was hooked and lost on a crank this week. Other anglers are fishing 1 OVi-lnch (purple or green with glitter) plastic worms. . Catfish: Cats continue to offer the most action. Anglers are catching fish using night crawlers and turkey liver in 6-8 feet of water. Angler Tony Landers recently caught five cats weighing 25-plus pounds. Crappte: Slow. Try fishing minnows at depths of 16 feet. ' BliHtgill: Foster said anglers should fish near the bottom at depths of 8 feet. Try crickets for bluegill and worms for redear. ReelfOOt: Bass: Billy Blakley at Cypress Point ' Resort reports bass fishing is good for anglers fishing spinner baits and plastic worms around the lily pads. Ann Holt at Boardman's Resort agrees, saying despite the heat, bass fishing offer the lake's most action. Blakley, who guides for Cypress Point, said he's caught more fish between 10 a.m. and 2 p.m., and the fish have been caught In depths of 18-24 inches. Craaplei Improving. Anglers are beginning to pick up a few crappie drifting minnows just off the bottom in the deeper holes. Catflihi Slow. luagllli Fair to slow. Try fishing down the shorelines with black Grlizly jigs and wax worms. - Vallow lass: Good. Try fishing pin minnows available at several arts bait shops. - TAYLOR WILSON ' Franklin Quest PARK CITY. Utah - Scores Saturday alter the second Wind of the 8600.000 Franklin Quest Senior tournament, played on the 7,026- Sirda. par-72 Park Meadows Gotl Club: on Bies 6947-136 Simon Hobday 66-70-136 Larry Laotetll 65-72-137 George Archer 7345-138 Rives MoBss 7048-138 Bruce Summerhayi 70-68-138 Tony Jacklln 72-67-139 JackKiefer 7247-139 Qibby Gilbert 7148-139 John Paul Cam 69-70-139 Bruce Devlin 69-70-139 Bob Irving 7446-140 J.C.Snead 7347-140 DIckRhyan 7149-140 Dick Hendnckson 70-70-140 Tommy Aaron 69-71-140 U.S. Open NEW YORK - Results Saturday of the $9.86 million U S. Open at Flushing Meadow: Men Singles Third Round Jared Palmer, Tampa, Fla., def. Sar-gls Sargsian, Armenia, 6-3, 6-2. 6-2. Boris Becker (4), Germany, def. Jason Stoltenberg, Australia. 6-2, 4-6, 6- 0,6-4. Daniel Vacek, Czech Republic, def. Nicolas Pereira, Venezuela, 4-6, 7-6 (7-S), 6-2, 7-8 (7-3). Andre Agassi (1), Las Vegas, def, Stefan Edberg, Sweden. 6-4, 6-3, 6-1. Marc Ftosset (13), Switzerland, def. Renzo Furlan, Italy. 6-1, 7-6 (7-2), 3-6, 7- 5. Women Singles Third Round Brenda Schultz-McCarthy (16). Netherlands, def. Angelica Qavaldon, Mexico. 6-2. 7-5. Kimiko Date (7), Japan, def. Florence Labat, Argentina, 3-6, 6-1, 6-4. Zina Garrison Jackson, Houston, def. Nicole Arendt, Gainesville, Fla., 6-0. 7-5 (7-3). Katartna Studenlkova. Slovakia, def. Nathalie Baudone, Italy, 4-6. 6-3, 6-2. Anke Huber (11), Germany, def. Elena Makarova, Russia, 2-6, 6-3, 6-1 . Monica Selea (2), Sarasota, Fla., def. Yone Kamio, Japan, 6-1. 6-1. Jana Novotna (6), Cieoh Republic, def. Sandrine Testud, France, 6-4, 7-5. Today's featured matches NEW YORK - Featured matches today on the showcourts and others involving seeded players at the $9.86 million U.S. Open tennis champion ships at Flushing Meadow: Stadium Court Starting at 11 a.m. , " Gabriela Sabatini (9), Argentina, vs. Martina Hingis, Switzerland Steffi Graf (1), Germany, vs. Chanda Rubin, Lafayette, La. Pete Sampras (2), Tampa, Fla.. vs.' Mark Philippoussis, Australia Night Session Beginning at 7:30 p.m. Arantxa Sanchez Vlcario (3), Spain, , , vs. Mary Joe Fernandez (14), Key Biscayne, Fla. - ' Michael Chang (5), Henderson, Nev., vs. Todd Woodbridge, Australia Grandatand Court , ' Starting at 10 a.m. Michael Stich (6), Wermany, -vs. Scott Draper, Australia Todd Martin (15), Ponte Vedra Beach, Fla., vs. Mauhcio Hadad, Colombia Jim Courier (14), Miami, vs. Kenneth Carlson, Denmerk Natasha Zvereva (12), Belarus, va... Amy Frazler, Rochester Hills, Mich. Night Session Beginning at 7 p.m. Mary Pierce, France, and Luke Jens-' en, Marietta, Ga., vs. Kristie Boogert and Menno Oostlng, Netherlands Other Seeded Player Starting at 10 a.m. Court 16 (second match) Thomas, Muster (3), Austria, vs. Francisco. Clavet, Spain , Southern League standings Second Hslf Eestem Division W L Pet. GB Jacksonville (Tigers) 42 28 .600 - l-Carolina (Pirates) 42 28 .600 - Orlando (Cubs) 34 35 .493 Vh Port City (Mariners) 29 39 .426 12 Greenville (Brevet) 24 44 .353 1 7 Western Division , Birmingham (WSox) 48 24 .652 - Chattanooga (Reds) 45 24 .652 - ' HuntsvHIe (Athttcs) 33 38 .465 13 x-Memphie (Padras) 28 40 .412 16VH Knoxville (Blue Jays) 24 46 .343 2V a-won first halt title Saturday's gamss Huntsville 3. Greenville 1 Carolina 7. Knoxville 0. 1st game Carolina 4, KnoxvlH 3, 2nd gam Jacksonville 3. Pott City 2 Memphis 4. Chattanooga 2. 1 si game Chattanooga 1, Memphis 0, 2nd game Only games scheduled Todsy's games Birmingham at Orlando, 2 Huntsville st Greenville Knoxville at Carolina Jacksonville at Pott City Memphis at Chattanooga To put an announcement In Sidelines, call The Sun at 1-800-2694488 or 429-9838 after 2 p.m. BASEBALL ' JACKSON - Union University will be hawing series of four-day hitting and pitching clinic in September, October and November, The ckntce are open to all ages end will be conducted by Union baseball coach Andy Ruahing. For mora Information, call 661 8130. ; HENDERSON - The Preed-' Hardeman University baseball team I hosting the second annual Old Timere' BaeebeH Game Saturday. Sept. 16 (1 1 p.m. at Carries Field. Former FHU players who wish to participate should contact coach Chuck Box at (901) 969-6028. The public la Invited to attend and admission It free. FOOTBALL JACKSON - Lane College will be sponsoring The North Carotin Football Excursions thi fall with trip to two game. The Aral tnp a) Sept. 30 the Dragon tray) to Charlotte and face Johnson C, Smith University. The second trip will be Nov. 11 to Greensboro, N.C. when Lin laces North Carotin AT. Th chartered plane from Southwest Airlines will leav McK-eller-Sipes Airport and return th same day. Coat I 1200 for non-etudema and 8100 for registered student. For more Information, call Dar-lene Carver Samuele at Lane, (901)426-7523. GOLF JACKSON - Th "Shot m th Dark" golf tournament will b held at Highland Green Ooll Count on Sept. 15. Th event will benefit th March of Dime end will to a four-man scramble with rune holes played before dark and nine holes after dark. Th shotgun start will be a 6 and 8 p.m. There will be hole-in-one contest and more. Entry tee is $65 per person and 1260 for team. Registration deadline I Sept. 6. For more Information, caH 664-4663. e AOAMSVILLE - Freed-Hardeman University It sponsoring the President's Invitational Ooll Tournament Sept. 22 at Shiloh Gorl Course. Th four-man scramble carries a tS6 antry fee that Includes cart, green lees and lunch. Tee Dm I 8 30 am. AH proceeds go to th FHU gotf team. For Information, caH Cliff Bennett at (901) 989-6062. RUNNING JACKSON - Th Posture Pace Labor Day 6-mikf run win be held Monday at ( a m., starting at Jack ton Stat Community Col lege and ending at Lake Graham. Registration begins at 7 a.m. Entry fee it 1 10. All participants receive tank-top. Trophies win be awarded m severe! age divisions. CaH Dave at 664-2463. SOFTBALL MERCER - A one-pitch tournament Sept I It being soon-sored by Maple Springe sohball turn at the Maple Springe ball field on Steam MM Ferry Road near Mercer. Entry te I 175 and mud be paid by Monday. Call 936-2613, 494-4171 or 487-8614. eae GREENFIELD - Proot Graduation '96 It sponsoring a men t toftbtH tournament for Class D teama Sept. I. First eight teams will be accepted Entry n Is $60 plus two .47 cor balls. For more Information, call Tony 8tout at (901) 235-2843. DYERSBURQ - A men double-elimination eofibsll tournament will be held Sept. 9 at the comer of St. John and Tickle St, Coat per team I 175. For more Information call Sieve Murray at (314) 895-2578 or Dwlght Reed at (901) 286-5280. TENNIS MARTIN Th West Tennessee Summer Classic will be held at th University of Tenneesee-Martin courts Sept. 8-10. Them wilt b adult and umor divisions and th entry fee art 110 par person, per event. Entry deadline Is Aug. 31. For more Information, call (901) 587-7668 or (901) 587-1466. VOLLEYBALL JACKSON - Th Jackson Recreation and Parks Department it having signups for Kt fall volleyball leagues. The women's tnd men t league begin play Sept. 7 with matches scheduled between 6-10 p.m. The league are for tget 18-up and will be al Westwood Recreation Center. The feet are 91 10 tor ach team. Thee wtN be competitive 6-on4 matches. For information, call 4254372. Labor Day Blowout $30-$H00 On Any Leer Top or Bedliner All Major Credit Cards Taken Thru Sept. 9th MM M asaaV M Mkmm, MO The King Of Caps Jackson Truckap' Depot 1871 South Highland Ave. Jackson, TN 38301 901-427-1701 Rortno.. T. . . Wil.on Buici,.pom QMC-Hyuncfal Our team will fix your vehicle right the first time! That's our commitment. You have our word on it. We know your vehicle is worth a lot to you, so the service it gets should be the best. Done by skilled technicians who know your car or light truck, inside out. Technicians who don't ask for your trust. They earn it. . ! 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