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5D SPORTS QUAD-CITY TIMES GILTIIORP Former Iowa assistant gets Northern Illinois job VOU THIN hi ANP LAV OUT A TDM OF BEE AC A3SV WILL FINP FOE FANCY THREAPS? NO SOMEONE TO TAKE HER TO THE PSOU? WAY 5ESCE5. . . THAT'S NOT My SCENE, VVALLY.' Wednesday, May 8, 1991 ; : heIl tuptn T woulc? you Yanp layout a TDM of beeac 1 W. ,t, i9 I1-1- MC, CHAkM 1 SO TO THE HORSE RACING Today's entries at Quad-City Downs Past tlmt: 7:30 p.m. FIRST, NWS70-4, $ 1,400, Pact lRlm Rider, Svendse 12-17 36 2 Skipper T Mark, Price 121 87 3 3 Miller Lee, Vndrstne 3-1522 4 Tennessee, F Inn 4-12 81 5 Rad, Searle 51 3 1 10 6 French Invasion, Jcksn 10-1 4 6 S 7 Jimmy No, Curtis 5-223 2 8 Van Monlque, Lance 8-1523 SECOND, MAIDEN, 81,108, Pace 1 BlckckRhapsodv,Prlce 150 6 4 8 2 Little Snip, Robblns 12-1 566 3 Taylor Ann, Holford 7-2 2 6 4 4 Dickens Almahurst, Searle 21 1 2 2 5 Donna F ashion. Baker 51 2 5 4 6 Polly Win, Sport en 5-1334 7 Magical Puff, Svendsen 10-1 4 7 5 8 Better Yetter, Freese 81 34 THIRD, $2,500C L, $1,000, Pace 1 Anita's Son, Hill 6-1537 2 HI Raker, Wlltsle 12-1664 3 Avenger, Morales 8-1878 4 Poco Gus, Reese 12-1 8 77 5 Mike's Gladiator, Jackson 9-5 8 4 5 6 Locker Room, Simmons 9-2875 7 Key Two Content, Searle 7-2 7 7 5 8 Society Paine, Fletcher 20-1 57 4 FOURTH, S2,500CL, $1,100, Pace 1 Blazing Rox, Morales 4-1 164 2 Two You Do, Murphy 8-12 3 7 3 Duo Cottonplcker, Lance- 5-2 12 5 BOXING RATINGS WBO SAN JUAN, Puerto Rico (AP The World Boxing Organization ratings as of April 15, 1991 (U.S. unless noted): Heavyweight (over 190 pounds) Champion Ray Mercer 1, Mike Tyson. 2, Razor Ruddock, Canada. 3, George F oreman. 4, Francscd Damlonl, Italy. 5, Gary Mason, Britain. 6, Tommy Morrison. 7, Bruce Seldon. 8, Rlddick Bowe. 9, Tim Wltherspoon. 10, Alex Steward. Junior Heavyweight ( 190 pounds) Champion Magna Havnaa, Norway 1, Mike Hunter. 2, Bashlru All, Nigeria. 3, Nate Miller. 4, Carlos de Leon, Puerto Rico. 5, Glenn McCrory, Britain. 6, Derek Angol, Britain. 7, Anoclet Wamba, France. 8, Tyrone Booze. 9, I by Zimmerman. 10, Markus Bott, Germany. Light Heavyweight (175 pounds) Champion Michael Moorer 1, Leeonzer Barber. 2, Tom Collins, Britain. 3, Booker T. Word. 4, F rank Tate. 5, Jean Marl Emebe, France. 6, Jeff Harding. 7, Tarmo Uslvlrta, Finland. 8, Mike Peak. 9, Tony Willis. 10, Andrew Mavnard. Super Middleweight (168 pounds) - Champion Vacant T, Juan Carlos Jimenez, Paraguay. 2, Vlcenzo Nardlello, Italy. 3, Roberto Duran, Panama. 4, Tony Byrd. 5, Donald Lee. 6, Ron Esset. 7, Salvador Model, Mexico. 8, Vincent Boulware. 9, Michael Olallde. 10, Troy Darrell. GOLF MONEY LEADERS PGA PONTE VEDRA, Flo. (AP) Money leaders on the 1991 PGA Tour through the Byron Nelson Classic, which ended May 5: 1. Lanny Wadklns S59,0U $478,359 $476,683 $454,092 $431,586 $419,383 $392,075 $352,729 $346,539 $319,081 $318,949 $314,994 $302,055 $298,021 $278,096 $270,879 $265,231 $258,602 $239,333 $237,996 $234,197 $231,471 $230,426 $227,972 $223,671 $221,977 $219,363 $211,705 $208,695 $202,492 $196,485 $193,995 $182,893 $159,894 $158,674 $157,737 $153,159 $150,476 $145,800 $142,444 $139,992 $137,149 $133,123 $131,282 $131,106 $130,871 $127,728 $126,272 $124,761 $123,736 2. Rocco Mediate 3. Ian Woosnam 4. Corey Pavln 5. Davis Love III 6. Paul Azlnaer 7. Steve Pate 8. Steve Elklnoton 9. Andrew Magee 10. Curtis Strange lit John Cook 12. Jav Don Blake 13. Mark O'Meara 14. Craig Stadler 15. Mark Brooks 16. Nolan Henke 17. Bob Twoy 18. Nick Price 19. Jeff Sluman 20. Tom Watson 21. Fuzzy Zoeller 22. Tom Kite 23. John Huston 24. Tom Sleckmonn 25. Ted Schulz 26. Gene Sauers 27. Mark Calcavecchta 28. Jim Hallet 29. Bruce Lletzke 30. Tom Purtzer 31. Chip Beck 32. Ian Baker-F Inch 33. Phil Blockmar 34. Roy Floyd 35. Ben Crenshdw 36. Gil Morgan 37. Fred Couples 38. Hale Irwin 39. Jose Maria Olazabal 40. Andy Bean 41. Brian Claor 42. Blaine McCalllster 43. Tim Simpson 44. Russ Cochran 45. BUI Sonder 46. Loren Roberts 47. Ed Dougherty 48. Scott Simpson 49. Mike Hulbert 50. Scott Hoch COLLEGE BASEBALL POLLS Collegiate Baseball Baseball America -ESPN top 25 top 25 Recerd Pts Pvs - Record Pr 1. Wlchlto State 53-10 497 1 (.Southern Col 4212 I 2. Southern Col 42-12-1 492 2 1. Wlchlto State 53.10 3 3. F lorlda State 43-11 487 3 3. Florida State 43-11 2 4. Miami, Flo. 40-14 482 4 4. Long Beach St. 38-17 6 I. Clemson 44-7 480 6 5. Clemion 44- 7 S 6. Texas 43-16 472 10 6. Pepperdlne 31-10 4 7. Pepperdlne 38-10-1 469 i 7. Stanford 34-17 7 8. Stanford 34-17 468 13 8. Texas 43-16 9 9. LSU 41-16 464 11 9. LSU 41-16 10 10. Texas A&M 41-19 459 8 10. Miami, Fla. 40-14 I II. Fresno Stole 34-17 457 9 II. Florida 37-18 14 12. Lang Beach State 38-17 456 14 12. CS Northrldge 37-15 16 13. Hawaii 42-14 453 7 13. Hawaii 42-12 11 1. Florida 37-18 449 19 14. Texas A&M 41.19 13 15. Maine 37-14 446 15 15. Ohio St. 42-11 12 16. Oklahoma 36-18 441 20 16. Fresno Stole 34-17 IS 17. Missouri 38-12 438 12 17. Crelghton 39-17 17 18. Cal St.-Nrthrdge 37-15-1 434 22 18. Tulane 35-14 18 19. Notre Dame 36-15 429 17 19. South Alabama 39-13 74 20. Georgia Tech 35-19 427 25 20. Missouri 38-12 19 21. Tulane 35-14 426 21 21. Kentucky . 40-14 - 22. Crelghton 39-17 423 22. Tennessee 38-16 J3 23. Baylor 40-16 419 18 23. Alabama 36-14 20 24. Fullerton State 31-21 414 28 24. Southwest Louisiana 41-15 -21. Ohio State 42-11 412 19 25. Maine 37-14 25 HAPPENINGS Hernandez honored ;, Lisa Hernandez, a former Moline prep and a junior third baseman on the Western Illinois University Softball team, has been named the Gateway Conference Athlete of the Week. Hernandez hit safely in each of six games last week, leading the WeBter-winds in batting, hits, doubles and on-base percentage. She recorded a pair of game-winning hits and currently has a 12-game hitting streak. PV cage camp The Pleasant Valley boys basketball camp will be held from June 10-14 at Pleasant Valley High School. Two sessions are offered. The first runs from 8:30-10:30 a.m. and is open to 4 Bob's Gusher, Svendsen 12-1 1 5 8 5 OII Derrick, Chupp 7-2 5 13 6 Branch Pat Bret, Moore 10-1 4 3 1 7 Tiscadaryl, Bailey 12-1 8 5 5 8 Tufty R, Baker 6-13 2 3 FIFTH, N W400-4, S 1,000, Pace 1 Poco Vic, Simmons 7-2 3 7 7 2 Rocky Ambler, Baker 15-1 8 7 8 3 Laurie Kennedy, Herman 9-2 5 3 7 4 Plckln Up Sticks, Kenney 9-2 4 5 3 5 Premier Rover A, Morales 6-136 8 6 Ms Brown County, Searle 5-2 5 5 8 7 Albalon Bret, Jackson 12-155 4 8 Just Marks Dream N, Baker 8-15 8 8 SIXTH, NW2PMCD, 51,300, Pace 1 Foxle Fury, Swltzer 10-1 8 7 6 2 Phldlus, Walker 5-17 4 5 3 Temper's Flash, McBeth 41 127 4 Antigua, Baker 121738 5 Guber The Great, Svendsen 3-13 4 8 6 Music Class, Morales 6-17 3 3 7 Half Fast, Reese 15-1 6 58 8 Demetro's Victory, Lance 4-14 64 SEVENTH, NW1550-6, 81908, Trot 1 Mervin's K Id, Raymond 10-1 4 5 3 2 Mechanic, Herman 7-2 17 6 3 OS's Just A Play, Curtis 6-12 5 3 4 DelcoSklp, Baker 3-1114 5 Prince Gambl, Coleman 8-126 4 6 Rollln Mark, Wldger 12-1 5 7 5 7 Bound Together, Jackson 4-113 2 8 Sgt Qulgiey, Lance 9-2 3 4 1 EIGHTH, NW2PMCD, $1,300, Pace 1 1 Did It, Searle 5-2223 2 Prlde'sF ancyByrd.Wnmllr 12-1 6 7 7 Middleweight ( 160 pounds) Champion Chris Eubanks, Britain 1, Dennis Milton. 2, Gerald McClelan. 3, Nigel Benn, Britain. 4, Reggie Johnson. 5, Sambu Kalambay, Italy. 6, Michael Watson, Britain. 7, James Tony. 8, Steve Collins. 9, Gary Stretch, Brit-oln. 10, Dan Sherry, Canada. Junior Middleweight (154 pounds) Champion John D. Jackson 1, Aaron Davis. 2, Glenn Wolf. 3, Tyrone Trice. 4, Chris Pyatt, Britain. 5, Nestor Made), Mexico. 6, Gregory Clark, South Africa. 7, Julio Cesar Vazquez, Paraguay. 8, Louis Howard. 9, Qulncy Taylor. 10, Ikleff Hadlolla, France. Welterweight ( 147 pounds) Champion Manning Galloway 1, James "Buddy" McGlrt. 2, Glenwood Brown. 3, Kenny Gould. 4, Curtis Summit. 5, Michael Hughs, Brltoln. 6, Jeff Malcolm. 7, Gert Bo Jacobsen, Denmark. 8, Nlka Khumalo, South Africa. 9, Musondo Chlnungu, Zambia. 10, Racheed Lowal. Junior Welterweight (140 pounds) Champion Vacant 1, Hector Camacho, Puerto Rico. 2, Greg Haugen. 3, Edwin Rosarlo, Puerto Rico. 4, Lorenzo Smith. 5, Angel Hernandez, Puerto Rico. 6, Roger Mayweather. 7, Oba Carr. 8, Stokls Donald. 9, Terence Ail. 10, Pat Barrett, Britain. Lightweight ( 135 pounds) Champion Dingaan Thobela, South Africa 1, Tracy Spann. 2, Dorryl Tyson. 3, Antonio Rivera, Puerto Rico. 4, Anthony Jones. 5, Policarplo Diaz, Spain. 6, Carlos Gonzalez, Mexico. 7, Shamba Mitchell. 8, Rogello Montenegro, Mexico. 9, Prlmo Ramos, Mexico. 10, Kelcie Banks. Junior Lightweight ( 130 pounds) Champion Kamel Bou-AH, Tunisia 1, John John Molina, Puerto Rico. 2, Tyrone Downs, Barbados. 3, Joey Gamache. 4, Jeff Fenech, Australia. 5, Renato Cornett, Australia. 6, Manuel Batista, Dominican Republic. 7, Paul Dlatu Molefyane, South Africa. 8, Museta Blngunla, Puerto Rico. 9, Louie Esplnoza. 10, Joey Jacobs, Britain. Featherweight ( 126 pounds) Champion Maurizio Stecca, Itlay 1, Rlcardo Cepeda, Puerto Rico. 2, Troy Dorsey. 3, Lupe Gutierrez, Britain. 4, Harold Rhodes. 5, Jackie Gunguluza, South Africa. 6, Armando Reyes, Dominican Republic. 7, Sean Murphy, Brltoln. 8, Harold Warren. 9, Ray Medel. 10, Paul Hodkinson, Britain. Junior Featherweight (122 pounds) Champion Orlando Fernandez, Puerto Rico 1, Jesse Benovldes. 2, Tracey Patterson. 3, Jemal H Inton. 4, Jesus Salud. 5, Freddy Cruz, Dominican Republic. 6, Fabrlzlo Coppal, Italy. 7, Valeric. Natl, Italy. 8, Hurley Sneod. 9, Jose Sonabria, Venezuela. 10, Changkyun Oh, Korea. Bantamweight (118 pounds) Champion Gaby Canizales 1, Cesar Polanco, Dominican Republic. 2, Greg Richardson. 3, Akeem Anlfowoshe. 4, Miguel Happy Lor a, Colombia. 5, Yung-chun Min, Korea. 6, Vlcenzo Belcastro, Italy. 7, Jose Garcia, Dominican Republic. 8, Wilson Sarablo, Colombia. 9, Alberto Martinez, Mexico. 10, Antonio Plcardl, Italy. LPGA The money leaders on the 1991 LPGA Tour through the Sara Lee Classic, which ended May 5: Trn Money 1. Patty Sheehon 9 $202,703 2. Beth Daniel 7 $156,973 3. Dottle Mochrle 10 $140,666 4. D. Ammaccapane 8 $135,753 5. Jane Geddes 10 $135,552 6. Meg Mallon 9 $134,204 7. AmyAlcott 10 $123,313 8. Nancy Lopez 6 $121,409 9. Deb Richard 9 $110,415 10. Cindy Rarlck 11 $101,288 11. Pat Bradley 9 $99,076 12. Ok-HeeKu 8 $95,194 13. Betsy King 9 $87,178 14. Penny Hammel 11 $83,240 15. Colleen Walker 9 $82,956 16. Chris Johnson 9 $81,980 17. Laura Davles 10 $81,393 18. Judy Dickinson 10 $79,367 19. S. Stelnhauer 11 (69,535 20. Lorl Garbacz 10 $67,922 21. Tommle Green 9 $62,717 22. Rosle Jones 8 $60,729 23. Lynn Connelly 9 $60,648 24. Dawn Coe 7 $60,273 25. KrlsTschetter 9 $56,712 26. M. McGeorge 10 $56,378 27. Tlno Barrett 9 $56,258 28. Caroline Keggl 10 $55,622 29. AmyBenz 9 $54,510 30. Laura Baugh 8 $53,623 31. Barb Bunkowsky 9 $50,940 32. Michelle McGann 10 $49,675 33. KrlsMonaghan 9 $49,131 34. Krlstl Albers 9 $48,706 35. Laurel K eon 10 $46,245 36. Steph Maynor 7 $44,918 37. AyakoOkomoto 7 $42,959 38. H. Kobayashl $39,765 39. Dana Loflond 9 $39,598 40. Donna Andrews 10 $37,084 41. N. Scrontn Brwn 11 $36,937 42. Cathy Morse 8 $35,805 43. Brandie Burton 6 $35,423 44. Jon Stephenson 8 $32,295 45. Alice Rltzman I $31,520 46. M. Flgueras-Dottl 8 $31,507 47. Martha Nouse 11 $30,485 48. Tracy Kerdyk 10 $30,283 49. Shirley Furlong 10 $ 29,966 50. Mlssle Berteottl 10 $29,203 Seniors PONTE VEDRA, Flo. Leading money winners PGA Seniors Tour through Vegas Classic, which ended 1. Chi Chi Rodriguez 2. Lee Trevino 3. Bruce Crampton 4. Bob Charles 5. Mike Hill 6. Jock Nlcklaus 7. Gary Player 8. George Archer 9. Dale Douglass 10. Jim Dent 11. Charles Coody 12. Bobby Nichols 13. Wolter Zembrlskl 14. Rocky Thompson 15. Jim Colbert 16. Don January 17. Frank Beard 18. Harold Hennlng 19. Terry Dill 20. Jlmmv Powell 21. Glbby Gilbert 22. Phil Rodgers 23. Don Massengale 24. Orvllle Moody 25. A I K el lev 26. J.C. Snead 27. Tommy Aaron 28. Miller Barber 29. Tom Shaw ' 30. Dick Hendrlckson 31. Dave Hill 32. Homero Blancas 33. Rives Mcbee 34. Ben Smith 35. Al Gelberger 36. Jim Ferree 37. Simon Hobdoy 38. Bob Brue 39. Gov Brewer 40. Bruce Devlin 41. Joe Jimenez 42. Butch Balrd 43. John Brodle 44. Dewltt Weaver 45. Larry Loorettl 46. Gene Littler 47. John Paul Cain 48. Blllv Casper 49. Babe Hlskey 50. Larry 2lealer NAIAfinaltop25 Record Pti Pvs 1. North Florida H4 47- 1 790 1 2. Lewls-Clark,ldh(7) 44- 6 755 2 3.0rol Roberts, Okla. 53-13 729 3 4. Lubbck Chntn, Tx. 53-12 655 4 5. Dallas Baptist (1) 40-20 635 5 e.Oklahoma Baptist 42-14 609 6 7.WestFlorldo 40-14 559 7 I. North wood, Tko 43-15 514 8 9.Anderson, Ind, 39-13 498 11 10.50. Arkansas 40-12 486 9 II. Oklahoma City 41-22 419 10 12.DvdLpscmb, Tnn. 31-11 381 12 IS.Huntlngton, Ind. 35- I 358 14 M.St. Andrew's, N.C. 33-11 343 13 15. EmporlaSt., Kn 37-13 319 16 16. Azusa Pefc, Calif. 29-11 303 17 17.S.C.-Alken 45-10 285 9 IS.Cumberland,Tn 37-11-3 243 22 tle.st. xavier, ill. 41-11 245 15 20 Berrv, Go. 38-17 201 18 JI.Monl.vollo, lo. 33-13 170 21 27 B.ll.vut, Neb. 34-15 158 23 23.51. Thomas, Fla. 36-13 115 25 24.unlon, Tenn. 33-13 98 24 25.SE Oklahoma 34-31 83 20 players in grades 4-6. The second runs from 10:30 a.m. -12:30 p.m. is open to players in grades 7-9. There is a $30 fee. For further details, contact Coach Ed Merritt at (319) 332-5151 or (319) 332-4835. Marycrest honors Dexter Hull and Michelle Van Acker were selected as the Teikyo Marycrest male and female athletes of the year at the school's annual awards banquet. Hull, a 6-foot-4 sophomore forward on the men's basketball team, was an all-District 15 and all-Midwest Classic Conference first team choice. The Milwaukee native, who will serve as a team co-ctrptain next season, averaged 16.4 points and 8.8 rebounds per game for the Eagles. 3 Do-A-Lot, Spotten 4 Cuba L Ibre, Perrln 5 Lup Transportation, Reese 6 Count Me In To, Leonard 15-145 4 6-1862 4-1216 4-17 26 8-15 8 2 -Afay F Iddle, Jackson 8 Chltty Lynn, Moore 10-1 7 6 5 (Lost 3 races Moywood simulcast) EIGHTH, NW4PMCO, $5,100, Pace 1 FoxValleyDomlno.Hnngr xxx 5 51 2 Grandeur Skipper, Marsh xxx 17 3 3 Mighty Starred, Marsh xxx 1 5 5 4 Cool K, Curran xxx 5 1 6 5 American Victory, Banks xxx 5 7 9 6 Hoosler Shadow, Insko xxx 5 7 2 7 Intruder, Marsh xxx 5 49 8 Mlken'sPieasure,Hsttlr xxx 2 3 4 NINTH, $10,CH)QCL, $5,500, Pace 1 Known Fact, Knox xxx 1 27 2 Country Special, Porcellf xxx 1 5 8 3 Prairie Fox, Jacobs xxx 26 1 4 Checkwrlter, Mogee xxx 26 7 5 Smoking Fella N, Magee xxx 3 2 1 6 B Russell Sprout, Hi tern an xxx 1 84 7 Flying Frankle, Jacobs xxx 165 8 Brian Scot, Finn xxx 3 7 3 TENTH, ICF, $4,000, Pace 1 Camp Fergle, Marsh xxx 5 1 2 2 Jesse E ugene, Busse xxx 3 6 4 3 PralrlelandPrlde.Vndrstne xxx 1 4 1 4 Guy Smiley, Hlteman xxx 134 5 Building Blocks, Knox xxx 1 1 l 6 Speedy Conquest, Knox xxx 8 6 2 7 E A Crazylegs, Curran xxx 6 7 1 8 Ray Gay Skipper, Staot xxx 1 2 I 9 Malor Rascal, Hlteman xxx 27 7 Junior Bantamweight (115 pounds) Champion JoseCheito Ruiz, Puerto Rico 1, Thanonsak Slthbaobey, Thailand. 2, Kenl Motsumura, Japan. 3, Carlos Mercado, Columbia. 4, Johnny Tapla. 5, Katsuya Onlzuka, Japan. 6, Elly Plcal, Indonesia. 7, Duke McKenzle. - 8, Francisco Alvarez, Colombia. 9, Rey Paciones, Philippines. 10, Shunlchl Nakollma, Japan. Flyweight (112 pounds) Champion Isidro Perez, Mexico 1, Miguel Mercedes, Dominican Republic. 2, Pat Clinton, Britain. 3, Rommy Novarerte, Philippines. 4, Kid Simora, India. 5, Salvatore Fannl, Italy. 6, Joe Kelly, Britain. 7, Lee Yul-Woo, South Korea. 8, Jonathan Penalosa, Phllllplnes. 9, Yunun Chin, Korea. 10, Angel Rosarlo, Puerto R Ico. Junior Flyweight (108 pounds) Champion Jose de Jesus, Puerto Rico 1, Humberto Gonzalez, Mexico. 2, Pornchal Sithpraprom, Thailand. 3, Asdrubal Velazquez, Columbia. 4, Torsak Osotsapha, Thailand. 5, Hlrokl loka, Japan. 6, Agustln Garcia, Colombia. 7, Nan-Hoo Cha, Korea. 8, Scotty Olson. 9, Nam-phoon Cha, Korea. 10, Juan Torres, Panama. Mini Flyweight (105 pounds) Champion Rafael Torres, Dominican Republic 1, Jose Lagos, Argentina. 2, Hector Patrl, Argentina. 3, Husml Ray, Indonesia. 4, Klllo Hlrano, Japan. 5, Hldeyukl Ohashl, Japan. 6, Kyung-Yun Lee, Korea. 7, John Arlef, Indonesia. 8, Pretty Boy Lucas, Philippines. 9, Nfco Thomas, Indonesia. 10, Julio Cesar Acevedo, Puerto Rico. (AP) on the the Las Ben Hogan Tour PONTE VEDRA, Flo. (AP) Leading money winners on the Ben Hogan Tour through the South Car May 5: olina Classic, which ended May 5: $335,703 $242,835 $237,514 $229,951 $223,413 $205,000 $201,681 $186,652 $167,076 $142,337 $124,184 $114,128 $107,683 $102,016 $99,087 $94,098 $86,129 $83,920 $82,817 $78,789 $73,563 $73,111 $72,614 $67,236 $65,404 $61,318 $61,183 $57,095 $56,817 $56,610 $56,112 $54,436 $53,420 $52,982 $52,045 $51,439 $48,348 $47,570 $42,282 $38,01 1 $36,843 $33,665 $30,446 $30,168 $29,995 $26,801 $26,026 $25,811 $25,578 $24,574 1. Tom Lehman $61,012 2. P.H. Horgan III 3. Olin Browne 4. Stephen Ames 5. Webb Helntzelman 6. Jeff Coston 7. Bruce Zabrlskl 8. Don Reese 9. Jerry Foltz 10. Roger Solazor 11. Tom Gorner 12. Gary McCord 13. Mike Miles 14. Ray Pearce 15. Beau Baugh 16. Roger Rowland 17. Rocky Walcher 18. Jeff Cook 19. Mitch Adcock 20. Doug Martin 21. Robert Friend 22. Ron Streck 23. John Wilson 24. Paul Govdos 25. Steve H ask Ins 26. Greg Kraft 27. Steve Lamontagne 28. Tim Straub 29. Jim Nelford 30. Ron Terry 31. Buddy Gardner 32. Sean Murphy 33. Esteban Toledo 34. Kelly Gibson 35. Steve Lowery 36. R.W. Eaks 37. Paul Trlttler 38. Andrew Morse 39. Mike Nlcolette 40. Russell Belersdorf 41. Steve Strieker 42. Tom Eubank 43. John Haves 44. Marco Dawson 45. Steve Brodle 46. Mike McCullough 47. Gory Webb 48. Patrick Burke 49. Ricky Smollrldge 50. Ted Trybo $44,842 $39,996 $39,892 $30,005 $29,995 $28,125 $26,606 $23,836 $22,031 $20,445 $20,000 $19,064 $18,820 $18,296 $18,295 $17,245 $16,768 $15,443 $15,039 $14,863 $14,169 $13,630 $13,202 $13,175 $12,641 $12,200 $12,188 $11,606 $11,599 $11,500 $11,193 $10,765 $10,632 $10,363 $10,218 $10,110 $10,088 $10,000 $9,677 $9,623 $9,464 $9,449 $9,071 $8,679 $8,098 $7,979 $7,915 $7,800 $7,716 COLLEGE SOFTBALL Div. I top 20 KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The top 20 teoms In the NCAA women's Division I Softball poll: Reed Pts Pvs 1. UCLA (6) 50- S 170 1 2. Fresno Stote 49- 8 114 1 3. Fullerton State 50-13 108 4 4. Arizona State 43-16 102 I 5UNLV 42-15 92 7 6. California 46-18 91 3 7. Arizona 50-15 84 s 8. Iowa 48. 9 79 6 9. Texas A&M 45-13 74 9 10. Oklahoma Stote 35- 8 64 10 11. Missouri 35-12 63 12 12. Florida State 58-10 56 II 13. San Jon State 31-19 44 13 14. SW Loulslona 33- 8 43 14 15. Minnesota 45-23 35 119 16. New Mexico 33-17 30 - 17. South Carolina 51-13 24 17 18. Long Beach Stote 33-35 18 119 19. Michigan 32-17 13 - 20. Massachusetts 33-11 13 - Van Acker, a senior volleyball player from St. Charles, 111., led her team in three statistical categories kills percentage, blocks per game and passing efficiency. She was a second team all-Midwest Classic Conference pick and an all-academic selection, Monmouth track meet Monmouth College will host the 10-team Midwest Conference men's and women's track and field meets Friday and Saturday at Woll Athletic Field. Friday's events begin at 1 p.m., with Saturday's portion starting at noon, Monmouth is the defending chdmpion in the men's division while St. Norbert captured last year's women's title. Huskies hire Brian Hammel DEKALB, 111. (AP) When Northern Illinois University's basketball team hits the court next season, Brian Hammel an assistant coach at the University of Southern California will be coaching from the sidelines. "I just think it's a tremendous opportunity to turn my dreams into reality and build on the foundation (former NIU head coach) Jim Molinari built here," Hammel said Tuesday. Hammel, 38, replaces Molinari, who resigned April 12 to become coach at Bradley University, Gerald O'Dell, NIU's athletic director, announced Tuesday. , "NIU is a growing institution with a growing basketball program," Hammel said. "I just hope to With Bird needs to By Sam Goldaper N.Y. TIMES NEWS SERVICE BOSTON On Dec. 15, 1988, needing to pick up a player because Larry Bird had undergone surgery on both of his feet, the Boston Celtics made what for them was an unusual move. Unable to find a high-profile player who would step right in and take up the slack, they settled on a free agent, Kevin Gamble. "At the time, I really don't know if we knew what we were Gamble doing," Boston's General Manager Jan Volk said before Game 1 of the Celtics' four-of-seven-game Eastern Conference semifinal playoff series against the Detroit Pistons Tuesday night. "We knew he was a big guard who could score and was comfortable going to the basket. But we didn't know what to expect." Tuesday night, Gamble knew he would again have to be a major contributor because one hour before game time the Celtics learned that Bird would miss Game 1 because of back spasms. The 6-foot-5-inch Gamble, out of Iowa, was Portland's third-round draft choice in 1987 and had played a total of 1 8 minutes in nine games for the Trail Blazers before being cut. The Philippines and the Quad-City Thunder of the Continental Basketball Association had been his other stops before donning the Celtic green. "I heard that several teams were interested in me," Gamble said Tuesday, looking back. "But when I heard it was the Celtics my eyes lit up." In his first two seasons with Boston, Gamble, playing limited stints as Dennis Johnson's backup at shooting guard, averaged only 4.3 points a game in 1988- 89 and 5.1 points in 1989- 90. "It was very hard on your confidence," the 25-year-old Gamble said. "There were times 4' Penguins even series Lemieux sparks Pittsburgh to win PITTSBURGH (AP) Mario Lemieux had a goal and an assist as the Pittsburgh Penguins overcame superb goaltending by Boston's Andy Moog to beat the Bruins 4-1 Tuesday night and even the Wales Conference finals at two wins apiece. Lemieux set up Bob Errey's game-opening goal midway through the first period, then scored the clincher halfway through the third period. Boston, losing its second in a row in Pittsburgh, drew within 2-1 at 8:38 of the third period on Dave Christian's eighth playoff goal, but Lemieux scored less than two minutes later to short-circuit the comeback. Mark Recchi circled the net and fed Lemieux, who jammed the puck past Moog at 10:23 to restore Pittsburgh's two-goal lead. Kevin Stevens added a power-play goal with 2:38 remaining, the Penguins' first in their last 11 power-play chances. Game 5 will be Thursday night in Boston, where the Bruins took a 2-0 lead before losing both games in Pittsburgh. The Penguins have won just six times in 24 years at Boston Garden and out, Kevin Gamble excel for the Celtics . & If ; - f -v v v V CS ? . i 1 - I -vff ; ' , mm if- 1 ; ; , Ex-Iowa guard Kevin Gamble will you didn't want to go into the game for fear of making a mistake." But this season, with Chris Ford having replaced Jimmy Rodgers as coach, Gamble's fortunes changed, and the Celtics finally benefited from the chance they took in 1988. During the regular season, Gamble averaged 15.8 points a game and shot 59 percent from the field, third best in the National Basketball Association. Early in the season, looking for a fifth starter so that he could bring Kevin McHale off the bench as the sixth man, Ford, after trying out Michael Smith and Ed Pinckney, settled on Gamble but not in the backcourt. On Nov. 14, against the Charlotte Hornets, Gamble be STANLEY CUP are 0-3-1 there this season. Pittsburgh dominated play for the first two periods but managed only a 2-0 lead as Moog stopped 16 of the Penguins' 17 second-period shots. Errey opened the scoring 8:49 into the game on a textbook feed from Lemieux. Joe Mullen scored from the slot at 12:08 of a second period in which the Penguins outshot Boston 17-4, but couldn't convert their three power-play chances. Boston finally beat Tom Bar-rasso on Christian's 15-footcr from the left circle, but Barrasso made big saves on straight-on shots by Randy Burridgc, Craig Janncy and Vladimir Ruzicka down the stretch. With Boston unable to mount much offense against the unusually physical Penguins the Bruins were outshot 16-1 in the opening 17 minutes of the second period Moog kept the game from becoming a blowout. Moog stopped four short-range shots, two by Lemieux, during a first-period blitz, then made two more key saves on Lemieux during second-period power plays. Pittsburgh is just 3-for-23 with the man-advantage in the series. continue the program Molinari started. They've got me really excited about the job." Hammel inherits a team that went 25-6 last season and earned a berth in the NCAA Tournament. But the Huskies will lose five key seniors for next season. He was head coach for six years at his alma mater, Division II Bentley College in Waltham, Mass., where he was 91-70. Then he became an assistant for seven years under George Raveling, the first two years at Iowa and the last five at USC. He has been Raveling's top assistant the past two years. Raveling said Hammel "brings a wealth of experience to the NIU program. I'm happy as heck for him and, selfishly, sad for USC." Hammel, who played for the Milwaukee Bucks in 1976, is known for his tireless energy. He ran in the Boston Marathon 1986. f Mi . ASSOCIATED PRESS start for the Celtics. came the only 1 990-9 1 Celtic starter not to have been a first-round draft pick. "When coach told me I was starting, he didn't tell me where," Gamble said. Assuming he would be positioned at big guard, Gamble took his seat on the Celtic bench next to Brian Shaw, the starting point guard, for the introductions. "After Brian went out," Gamble said, "when I heard the announcer say, 'Starting at guard,' I started running out to the floor. Then I heard Reggie Lewis's name called and I stopped. I was the forward. It was kind of embarrassing." In his first NBA start, Gamble scored 26 points and handed out 9 assists in 26 minutes. He hasn't been out of the Celtics' starting lineup since. nba playoffs Trail Blazers 117, Jazz 97 PORTLAND, Ore. Clyde Drexler ignited a 24-5 second-half surge and Portland held Utah without a field goal for nearly seven minutes in a victory over the Jazz in their second-round playoff opener. Drexler had 20 points and a playoff career-high 15 rebounds as the Trail Blazers beat the Jazz for the fourth time in five tries this season. Terry Porter scored 19 points and Jerome Kersey had 17 points and 13 rebounds for Portland. John Stockton had 23 points and 16 assists for Utah. Karl Ma-lone added 21 points and 16 rebounds, but scored only four in the second half and was 0-for-10 from the field in the third quarter. Portland extended a two-point lead to 92-71 with the 24-5 run that began after Drexler was slammed to the floor on a drive to the basket, but no foul was called. While Drexler was lying on the floor, Blue Edwards scored to cut Portland's lead to 68-66 with 5'j minutes left in the third quarter. Drexler stayed in the game and scored six of the next 10 Blazers points. Portland stretched the lead to 82-69 after three quarters and capped the run with Walter Davis' 18-footer that made it 92-71 with 9'j minutes left. " " . I

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