Springfield Leader and Press from Springfield, Missouri on May 15, 1984 · 14
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I III, . ..'. tJIT 'I " " ! , -. . .. i 2C Sports Tuesday, May 15. 1984 Leader & Press Bull riding headlines rodeo opener tonight , From barrel racing to bull riding, from calf roping to steer racing, rodeo fans will get a chance to see it all begin-, ning tonight as the Ozark Empire Professional rodeo begins its six-day run at the Fairgrounds Arena. Headlining action tonight will be the bull-riding event with Texan Don Gay attempting to gain more points to-, ward his eighth bull riding title. Gay is currently tied with former champion Jim Shoulders with seven world titles. Gay is entered in a head-to-head battle with Gary Toule of Greenbrier, Ark. Gay, from Mesquite, Texas, currently leads the Professional , Rodeo Cowboys Association standings while Toule is a close second. Action will begin at 8 p.m. in what is one of 650 PRCA-sanctioned rodeos this year. The rodeo will begin at the same time each night through Saturday with Sunday's action slated to begin at 2 p.m. Driving contest set Saturday Hickory Hills Country Club has been selected as one of Missouri's qualifying sites for Golf Digest's $50,000 National Long Driving Championship. The Hickory Hills qualifier, open to all amateurs and professionals, will be 2 p.m. Saturday oh the 11th hole. Entry fee is $5 for every three balls or $2 for every three balls for juniors (17 and under). Proceeds will go to the PGA Junior Golf Association. The top two qualifiers will advance to the regional championship July 8 at Sunflower Hills Golf Club in Bonner Springs, Kan. Finals are slated for Aug. 13-14 at Shoal Creek Country Club in Birmingham, Ala., site of the PGA Championship. For more information call Hickory Hills assistant profes--sionaLMikbermehl at 869-3878.. Glendale shares fourth place COLUMBIA Glendale High School fired a team total of 320 to gain a fourth-place tie Monday after first-day action in the Class 4A state golf tournament at the par 70 A.L. Gustin Golf Course. Greenwood, led by Alan Rosen's 81, .posted a 341 for seventh place in the Class 1A-3A meet. Glendale, tied with Mehlville, trails leader Kansas. City Rockhurst by 13 shots. Defending champion St. Louis De-Smet is one shot off the lead. Sophomore Darren Pryor paced Glendale with a 6-over-par 76 and junior Chuck Greene added a 78. Kickapoo shot 359 for 14th place. Junior Todd Edwards led the Chiefs with an 80. John Utley, a sophomore from West Plains, posted the top area score with a 71 for second place behind St. Louis Lafayette's Brad Benbrook. Benbrook shot a 69. Willard is in fifth place in Class 1A-3A with 333, followed by Nevada (334), Greenwood and ninth-place Carthage (343). Defending champion Jefferson City Helias leads 1A-3A with 322. Nevada's Bill Wynn shot a 75 to place fifth. Darren Pe-trus of Willow Springs and Jon Geren of Republic shot 78 and 79, respectively, for seventh and ninth. Grandview plans golf tourney Grandview Golf Association will hold a two-person scramble Saturday and Sunday at the Grandview Municipal Golf Course. The $20 entry-membership fee also allows for play in the G.G.A. Club Championship Sept. 8-9. A two-person best ball meet June 2-3 and a three-person scramble Aug. 4-5 also will be held for G.G.A. members. For more information contact Dorl Sweet at 833-9962. Kickapoo, Central post wins Kickapoo rode the pitching of Gary Barnes and four-run third, fourth and fifth innings to defeat host Parkview 13-2. in an Ozark Conference makeup high school baseball game Monday. The Chiefs, conference champs with an 8-0 mark, finished the season at 15-4. Parkview dropped to 6-17 overall. A run-scoring single by senior third baseman Terrance Golden in the 10th inning lifted Central to a 7-6 Ozark Conference win over Glendale at Nichols Park. Pitchers Matt Higgins and Brendan McGinnis combined for 15 strikeouts to pace Central. Higgins,-6-3, picked up the win in relief. Golden led Central with three hits and three RBI. Central finished the season at 12-10 overall and 4-4 fn conference play. Glendale completed league play at 0-8. Hospice tennis tournament set Competition in the annual Hospice Memorial Doubles Tennis Tournament will be held May 26-28 in the Sunshine Tennis Center. Men's, women's and mixed doubles will be included with open and over 40 divisions. Fees are $30 per team, tax deductible, with proceeds going to the benefit of Hospice of Southwest Missouri. Entry blanks are available at Sunshine Tennis Center, Gillenwaters Complex, Hickory Hills and Twin Oaks country clubs. ' Entry deadline is Saturday. Registration for softball open Registration for second-half play in Springfield Park Board softball leagues is open through May 23. There are openings in open men's slow pitch, church men's slow, co-ed, open women's slow, women's morning, and girls 18 and under fast pitch. Fees are $60 and player cards $5 each. For more information, call 864-1049 Also... Tom Goss, 28 year-old Springfieldian, is one of a field of 1.250 chosen from more than 8,000 applications to take part in the Bud Light Ironman Triathlon Championship in Hawaii Oct. 6. James Foster, 6-foot-S Crowder Junior College freshman from Neosho has signed to play basketball at Missouri Southern College in Joplin. Sabrina Dornhofer, University of Missouri junior from Waynesville, won the 5,000-meter race in 16:21.27 minutes, breaking her own record, In the Big Eight Conference track meet at Lincoln, Neb. She also was second in the 3,000-meter run. TV, Radio 6:33 p.m. Baseball, Chicago (N) at Cincinnati, WCN (Springfield cable channel 28). 7 p.m. Basketball, Milwaukee at Boston, ESPN . (Springfield cable channel 25). 7:30 p.m. Baseball, Kansas City at Chicago (A), Sport Time (Springfield cable channel 20). 7:33 p.m. Baseball, Atlanta at St. Louis, WTBS (Springfield cable channel II) and KTXR, 101 FM. 8:03 p.m. Hockey, New York Islanders at Edmonton, USA (Springfield cable channeM). Baseball II ,1 AMERICAN Lf AGUE EAST DIVISION W I Pel. GB Detroit 27 S .(44 - Toronto . if ' IJ .594 I Baltlmsn ' lf M .54 f MUweukN IS It ,,484 It New York 14 If .424 13 Cleveland , IJ 17 .414, 13' Boston 14 20 .41 14 ViEST DIVISION Minnesota If 17 .521 - Coliforma - lf II .514 Chicago 17 17 . 500 1 Ooklond 18 II .500 1 Seattle II II .500 1 KonsosCltv 1 lf .3(7 4 " Texas 12 22 .353 4 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION , W I Pet. GB New York II 13 .511 - Chicago II 14 .563 Phllodelphio 17 It .515 2 Montreal IX 17 .500 ' 7'f St. Louis U If .457 4 Pittsburgh 11 If ,367 tV WEST DIVISION . Los Angeles 22 It .579 Cincinnati If IS .559 1 Allonto 18 15 . 545 ltV Son Diego 18 It .527 2 Houston 14 20 .412 t Son Francisco 13 21 .382 7 Probable pitchers AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston (Clemens 0-0) ot Cleveland (Heoton 2-3), 6.05 p.m. Cali'ornio ( Romamck 3-3) ot Baltimore (Flonogon2-2).6:35p.m. Seattle (Thomos 3-1) al Detroit (Wilcox 4-0), 6:35 P.m. Ooklond (Burns 2-1) at New York (Gui-dry 1-2), 7 p.m. Texos (Moson 1-1) ot Milwaukee (Sutton 2-2), 7:30 p.m. Kansas City (Jackson 04) ot Chicago (Ootson 4-2), 7:30 p.m. Toronto (Stieb 54) at Minnesota (Bulcner21),7:35o.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE Houston (Scott 2-1) ot Pittsburgh . (Rhoden3.),t;35p.m. Chicogo (Sonderson 4-1) al Cincinnati (Berenyil-4),t:35p.m. , Atlanta (Barker 3-3) ot St. Louis (Andu-iorS-3), 7:35p.m. Montreal (Smith 4-2) ot Son Diego (UI-Ior2-3),:05p.m. Philadelphia (Koosman 2-5) ot Los Angeles (Welch 3-3), f:35 pm. New York (Darling 3-2) ot Son Fran-cisco(Roblnson3-4),9:35p.m.' . Monday's results AMERICAN LEAGUE Royals O WhKu Soi 5 obrhbi obrhbi Sheridncl 4 0 0 0 Boston cl 4 0 0 0 Dlorglb 4 0 10 Fiskc 4 0 0 0 Orlorf - 4 0 2 0 Walker dh 10 0 0 McRoedh 3 0 1 H Pocior k lb 30 10 While 2b .4 0 0 0 Bainesrl 3 100 Motley r( 4 0 10 Kiltie If 3 0 10 Wathanc 3 0 0 0 Squires lb 0 0 0 0 Ashford3b 3 0 0 0 Fletchrss 3 12 1 UWshtnss 3 0 0 0 Ovbzisk 3b 3 0 11 JCrui 2b 2 0 0 0 Tetols 32 1 S Totals 21 2 S 2 Kansas City 000 000 000- Chicogo 010 010 Mi- 2 Game Winning R B I F leteher ( 5) . E-Ashford, Dvbzinski. DP Konsos City 1. LOB-Konsos City t. Chicogo 3. 3B Fletcher. SJCrui. IP H RER BB SO Konsos City Soberhagn 1,1-2 I Chicogo SeoverW.4-2 f 5 7 20 5 5 0 00 HBP-McRoe by Seaver. WP-Seav- er.T-1:55.A-20,007. Boston 221 000 010 A 13 1 " Cleveland 000 100 000-1 1 t Oieda, Stanley (7) ond Gedman; Behen-na, Frazier (2), Aponte (9) and Hossey. W Oieda, 4 2. L Behenno, 0-3. HR-Bos-ton. Rice (4). Colitornio 000 100 000-1 S 1 Baltimore 003 000 021-4 1 Zatin, Corbet! (8) and Boone; McGregor ond Dempsey. W McGregor, 5-3. L-Zohn.4-3. Oakland OM ON 010-1 4 I New York 100 000 Mi 3 II Sorensen ond Heolh; Niekro, Righettl (9) ond Wynegor. W-Niekro, t-1. L-Sor-ensen, 1-5. HR-Ooklond, Henderson (4). Seattle 000 201 120-S f 1 Detroit 120 111 I2X-7 IS 2 vande Berg. Beard (8) and Kearney; Petry, Boir 16), Lopez (I) and Parrish. W Lopez, 4-0. L-vonde Berg, 2-2. HRs Seattle, Cowens (4). Detroit, Trommell (4),K.untzll). NATIONAL LEAGUE Houston Ml 111 000-2 4 I Pittsburgh 000 200 lOx-J S 2 Kneoper, Dowlev (8) ond Bailey; DeLe-on, Tekuive (9) ond Pena. W OeLeon, 21. L-Knepoer, 3-5. HRs Houston, Kncpper, (1). Pittsburgh, Thompson (3), Berra(2). Philadelphia 004 000 N3-I S I Los Angeles 120 000 000-3 4 I Hudson. Hollond 191 and Virgil; Reuss, Niedentuer (9) ond Y eager. W Hudson, 4-2 L-Reuss, 2-2. HR Los Angeles, StuBtnfl). Play Better Golf with COhnnAONCST ifi IS LUNCjING flT THE fc,LU W1TV4 THK HANDS 1 F ROT-l THK TOO OC THl bfkCKSVvINQ fcGPOPMI THE tT ND LEGS, can GO TO VJORVC. EFFCCTiVtt-y, HfEP.T6 GOOQ THOUGHT TO PP,H.VtNT TM,T. Bakken gets (0) Jim Bakken, a former All-Pro kicker for the St. Louis Cardinals, Monday was named athletic director at St. Louis University. The announcement was made at a news conference by Dr. Charles C. Schroeder, the school'a vice president for student development. Bakken succeeds Dr. Lawrence Preo, who resigned March 22 to accept a similar post at Purdue. Bakken, currently vice president of a television promotion firm in St. Louis, played for the Cardinals for 17 years from 1962 to 1978, He earned All-Pro honors in 1965, 1967. 1973 and 1976. Bakken led the NFL in field goals made In both 1964 and 1967, and still ranks fourth on the all-time scoring list with 1.380 points. He will take over the task of rebuilding athletics at St. Louio University. "I not only am convinced that Billiken athletics will return to Its former prominence In the athletic world, but that we will win over the St. Louis community in the process," he said, The school does not have a football program, but Is active In basketball and soccer. The school also announced Monday that basketball coach Rich Grawer has been given a two-year contract extension. Grawer had two years remaining on a four-year pact that began with the 1982-83 seasons, 04 KM Ml 17 IS 4 It N4 IN l-i I 1 Gullrckson, McGalligan It). Lucas (71, Harris' (I), Reordon (fl and Carter, Ramos (10); Thurmond, Chiller 14), Let-terts (7), Drovecky () ond Kennedy. W Reordon, 1-1. L Drovecky, 1-1 HRs Montreal, Carter (4), Roinei (5). San Diego, Kennedy 13), Wiggins ; (1). ' , High school At Parkview Kickoooo : 014 44 111 0 Porkvlew 10100 7 1 Barnes ond Mahaftev; Connefox, Stiles (4), Kaiser (4), McEnown (S) and Lasley. H R Groover. Ickapoo. : At Nichols Park Glendale , 2O0 101 1100 t 12 1 Central 000 2)0 210 1 -7 15 0 . Johnson, Cascia (8) ond Reagan; McGinnis, Higgins (7) and Burk, USFL EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic : w Philadelphia 11 New Jersey f Pel. PF PA .917 311 140 .750 305 203 .167 19f 266 .167. 180 322 Pittsburgh Washington Southern Birmingham Tampa Boy New Orleans Memphis Jacksonville 2 10 .833 346 Iff .750 326 233 .667 242 242 .417 201 274 .333 236 275 WESTERN CONFERENCE Central Houston 7 5 0 Michigan 7 5 0 Oklohomo . 6 .6 0 Chicago 4 8 0 San Antonio 4 10 Pacific Denver 7 S 0 Arizono S 7 0 Las Angeles 5 7 0 Oakland 3 f 0 .583 393 319 .583 280 249 ,500 191 323 .333 272 310 .333 172 229 .583 257 261 .417 290 202 .417 204 254 .250 133 251 Monday's Game Tampa Boy 48, Oklahoma 21 Friday's Game Birmingham al Chicogo, 7 p.m. Saturday's Game Memphis ot Ooklond, 7 p.m. - Jacksonville ot Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Denver ot Arizona 7 p.m. Sunday's Game Oklohomo at Houston, 12:30 p.m. Son Antonloal Washington, 1 :30p.m. New Orleans at Tampa Bay, l:30p.m, Michigan ot Los Angeles, 3 p.m. Monday, May 21 Pittsburghat New Jersey, 8p.m. Softball THOMPSON Morshlield Mill 0120002 5 9 1 W. Town-Bora's 000000 0 0 3 1 Slovens and Gann; Wardrope ond Howorth. Har-Bell 0000010 1 8 1 Magic Country 001 004 x 5 4 1 Evans and Alexander; Buff and Brulon. HR Stombaugh, Magic Country 'Beef. Merchants 001000 1 1 0 Bus's 100 002 3 7 3 K. Marshall ond Slovens; Bumgor-ner and Patterson. HR Miller, Bus's, v HIGGINS ' ' Baptist Temple ?. St. Paul Church Men 3 ' South Hoven Blues 5, Gallowov Baptist 4 High Street Slowpllch 10, First Baptist Battlefield 4 BRAMER Survivors 11, McSolty's 7 Blue Cross 12, Giants I Dr. Waits' Jawbreakers 14, Roark 4 Sons 5 POTTS Hamlin Players 12, Walnut Street Christian 0 Parkcrest Baptist 11, Temple Bop-tist Men 2 High Street Baptist 15, Macedonia Fost 1 KNIGHT - Cox Cornhuskers 13, Softballers 1 Reontgen's Runners 16, K-Mart Desperodos 10 Warriors 6, Crow Burlingame-Townhouse 4 Melvis Johnson Trucking 11, MFA 5 FASSNIGHT Sharp Photo 15, Consumers Girls 4 Sportshake 11, Jones t Company 10 JE Taylor Realty If, Schweitzer Methodist Gals It PERRY SMITH Calvary Temple II 26, Orchard Crest 3 Glad Tidings Invaders 14, Westminster Presbyterian 11 Walnut Lown Church of God 20, Evangel Temple 7 Gran) Ave. Boptisl forfeited to Seminole Braves WILLIS CA. Jovellns 12, Schweitzer Methodist II JACK NICKLAUS V;., .rri r-MuS VV n Billiken post Montreal fan Diego (II innings) pq L c Football M.-r TANK BFNAMA1LV r .fit OBJECT OP TEDIUM PURSUIT 1 While you xz uutbii OKI STACTISmCfe Parkcrest 11, Grace Methodist f First Nazarene 17, Wesley Lights 12 Cherry Street 13. Porkcrtsst 1 WILSON . - East Grand Church of Christ 20, South Haven Reds 6 Jefferson Avenue Baptist f. Schweitzer Gray 6 Southminster Presbyterian 20, First Baptist KJZ 6 Seminole Worriors 27, Bethel Assembly of God 2 MEADOR v Bennie & the Jets 7, Sunklst 6 Thompson Sales 14, Foremost Dairies I Rebels 29, Skagos 3 BARNES Control Classics 17, Hamlin 3 South Street Christian If, First Free Will Boptlst 10 E.T. Team 1 15, St. John's UCC 6 South Haven Diamond 16, Cove-nont Presbyterian 15 . MCQUEARY Brentwood Christian 16, Battlefield Assembly of God f . First Baptist 20, Walnut Grove 8 Dale Street Methodist 23, Asbury 12 Schweitzer Gold 18, Central Assembly 16 FOX HOLLOW Gropers 14, Seton Saints 4 Shep's Sunset Inn 14, Antlers Bar 6 Blevlns Roofing 10, Antlers Bar S VikingFleoMkt. 22, Hogale Industries 6 .... -Cherokee If, Fylimo 17 ' Soltballeri20, Rovcol Spfd. Tool 10, Rick's Automotive 7 Har-Belt 20, Ozark Bonk 4 Mat-craft 14, Industrial Enterprise 10 Bob Hensley's Quolitv Homes f, Sho-Me Automotive 8 Allied Battery 6, Bus's 5 Allied Battery 18. Running Rebels 15 Murray's Mud Daubers 10, Spfd. Marines Momma's Worry f, Loren Cook 5 Momma's Worry 13, Mills Concrete Finishing! Basketiaue 26, Ozark Roofing 2 Fasco Women f. Athletic Attic 4 Bluelavs 13, Uncle Bently's2 Southwestern Bell 17, Gutter Dusters 3 Ozark Nursing 10, Southwestern Bell4 Rottlesnakes 1f, Moniocs 1 Bud Light 14, Naremco AWTf Bud Light 10, Bombers 4 Johnson Masonry 24, 2 Team 4 First Escrow 13, ICH 11 Ampac 12, Morris Furniture 11 D W. Dowg 13, Ampoc 12 ' OZARK MOUNTAIN Bluebollers If, St. Johns 5 Spanky's 10, Wendvs f Village Inn 13, E.T. 12 Executive Coach Builders 11, Wild Turkeys 10 Aluminum Cdns 15, Bill Lloyd f Notional Art Shoo 1 1, Medical Center 10 Bottom Line 22, Roberson Prairie Baptist 9 Imperial Carpet 12, Med Tech 7 Wu Fats If, Fillies S Andrews 20, Waddills 4 M Square 25, EMT'sl Lovelond's Transmission 22, First Timers 1 Truth Tobernacle f, Rick's Auto 2 B&C 14, Chopcell Insurance 8 R.T. Fronce 17, Perfect Circle Victor 15 FIG 18, Interstate Battery 10 Hor-bell f, OSS 8 Killion Construction 10, Consumers I Merrill Lynch 10, Stroh's f Gl s 12, Bear Book & Sport S Cobool Leasing Z G.E. TovlorO Ebbetfs Field 22, McDonalds 4 Cobool Leasing 23, McDonalds 2 Golf High scliool STATE TOURNAMENTS Al Columbia -A.L. Gustin Course (par 70) Class 1A-3A Teamstondings Jelferson City Helios 322, Louisiana 326, Mavsvllle 326. Harrisonville 327, Willard 333, Nevada 334, Greenwood 341, Excelsior Springs 342, Corthoge L "He loved It. It's got a good cushion." Ron McKenzle, after : ' fakihg Kentucky Derby winner Swale for his first gallop today on the Pimlico Race Course, where the 109th Preak-ness will be run Saturday. No-hit softball pitcher dies Jerry Fleming, who pitched more than 100 no-hitters' in his softball career, died Sunday of a heart attack Sunday In New York. He was 54. Fleming, chosen t first-team All-American by the American Softball Association in 1960 and a second-team selection the previous year, was named to the Long Island-Metro Softball Hall of Fame in 1979. He played for the DeJur Cameramen of Long Island City, , N.Y., which finished seventh in the 1960 world championships.1 Fleming signed a minor-league contract with the New York Giants In 1953 but after one season as a third baseman an elbow injury ended his baseball career and he turned to softball. nMiv OOPELEGA STAT5 . T. Ir-l irncivi' 343, Comdenton 344, Formington 345, St. Louis Country Day 34f, Columbia Rock Bridge 351, Morshall 353. John Burroughs 353, Mexico 351, St. Joseph Bishop Le Blond 364, Dexter 375. . ' Individual leaders 71 Mike Jormon, Excelsior Springs 73 Rick Sumpter, St, Joseph Benton" 74 Chris Hentges, Hellas 75 Bill Wynn, Nevada 76 Brian Haskell, Moysville Area results Willard (333) -- Rob Ferguson Hi Bill Chapman 83, Jeff Slaley 83, Troy Jorvis86, Mark Perrvman f2. Nevoda (334) Bill Wynn 75, Bill Perpich 82, Kevin Triplet! 84, Brian Davison 9, Travis Stoddard ff. ' Greenwood (341) Alan Rosen II, John Cooper 82, Steve Harmon 68, Fleetwood Bortee fo, Mike Homra f4. Corthoge (343) Byron Keith 7f, Lowell Cotron 85. Mike Grove 88, Eric Borland f 1, Kyle Catron f2: ' Darren Petrus, Willow Springs, 78; - Jon Geren, .Republic, 79; Lonce Tyson, Mount Vernon, 85; Greg Brown, Webb City, 88; Curt Rowland, Lomor;f5. 1 Class 4A Team standings Kansas City Rockhurst 307, DeSmet 308, St. Joseph Central 317, Mehlville 320, Glendale 320, Blue Springs 321. SI. Louis LoFavette 322, Jefferson City 326, Kansas City Center 326, CBC 327, Wentzville 329, Hozelwood Central 335, Lindbergh 350, Kickapoo 35f. Individual leaders 69 Brad Benbrook, St. Louis Lafayette 71 John Utlev, West Plains 72 Todd Tumminia, DeSmet 73 John Sinovic, Rockhurst 74 Matt Kopsky, DeSmet 74 Steve Pleis, Wentzville , Area results Glendale (320) Darren Pryor 74, Chuck Greene 78, Andy Runge 79, Jamie Jeffries 87, Eric Belk 88. ' Kickapoo (359) Todd Edwards 80, Jim Cummins 87, Russ Floker 95, Doug Pitt f 7, Kent Davis 100. Phillip James, Joplin PorkwoooV ' 83. " Bowling BATTLEFIELD LANES Nightfttixed Tired & Retired 3, Unknown 1 T-VelU.OneShortl Raving Maniacs 4. Boldknabbers 0 T-Vell2. AllerCots2 Tim Mabe 221 and 582; Teresd Bennett 211 and 578; Roving Moniocs 713 and If 16. Lote Starters Flying Circus 4, Sloppy Seconds 0 High Rollers 4, FiveO . Waterbed Kingdom 3, Stones 1 D. J. Freeman 20f and Clayton Cravens 562; Flying Circus 641 ond 1810. . LOLLAR LANES Belles Pin Ups 4, Sunshine Gals 0 Bar Belles 2, Four Unknowns 2 Pin Poppers 4, Alley Oops 0 Hit & Miss 3, Special Purpose 1 OddBalls4, 10-PlnsO J&B Ball Bonds 3, Gutter Gals 1 ' 1 Billie Brown 211 and Andy Ryan 500; R&S Floral 7f and Pin Ups 1854. Sherms Gals Spare Us 2. Biddies I Hoppy Rol lers 3, Hot Cho Mama's 0 Lucky Four 2, Alley Gators I Angelsi Hits & Misses 1 Crazy Cats 2, Scatter Pins I Pot Boderdeen212and Debbie Foster 552; Crozy Cats 70f ond 18ff. Pepsill Gutterbolls 3, Sossafros Four 0 The Pink Ladies 3, NlneO The Sweet Peas 3, Connon boilers 0 The A Team 3, Bonana Splits 0 Gutter Dusters 3, Strikes t. Spares 0 Funky Four3, Mixed Nuts 0 , Lynn Wilson 144 ond 264; Scott Thurmon 163 and 314; The A Team 511 ond 956. Jr.-Sr. . -.-.-ii... Wooly Worm 3, Top Bananas 1 Three Musketeers 4, Six 0 We Bod 4, DatbO James Cox 195 ond 534; Wendy Robinson 175 and Dawn Eftink 472; . a V 1 . STP,fTING OOWN v- TPV NOT TO v UET VOUtK H FINDS ; iviovsl (0,hiv enzTW-fK. - THN THEY WCPXEi ft 4 vou eaoHN 6Y THEN WORKING AS POLUOWolFVi NOT LtSDtPVS VJIL-U CCKUERi,TC PROPELV WH P.5 6PONSE TO GOOO LOVdirX- EaOY HCTION. by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds Wooly Worms 607 and We Bod !76t. Lucky Ladies . , Horry Cooper Supply 4. Boll Busters 0 -! . ' Starlight Mobile Homes 4, Mills Con- Po'lock Excavotlng 4, Real Girl's 0 ' ; Lucky Nlcklesl Muller Bros. Cor 1 National Art Shop 3, Stevens Plumb- inAlene Miller 235 and 57; Starlight Mobile Homes 848 ona wt. Transactions BASEBALL American Leogue CLEVELAND INDIANS Drooped Rick Behenno, pitcher, from their 25-man roster ond colled up Steve Forr, pitcher, from the Maine Guides.of the International League. - r .v BASKETBALL - National Basketball Association NEW JERSEY NETS Announced the resignation of Joseph Taub, president. Homed Fred S. Later president. - . FOOTBALL National Football League HOUSTON OILERS Announced the retirement of Gifford Nielsen, quarterback. ESPN awarded NCA A series 'i MISSION, Kan. . The Entertainment and Sports Programing Network has been awarded exclusive cable television rights for the NCAA Supplemental Football Series in 1984 and 1985. The NCAA Football Television Committee, after considering competing bids, recommended awarding the rights to ESPN. The recommendation was approved by the NCAA Administrative Committee on behalf of the NCAAXouncil, the association said in making the announcement. ESPN, which can be viewed in over 34 million homes in the United States, has had a contractual arrangement with the NCAA to televise selected national Collegiate Championships since 1979. Turner Broadcasting System Inc. held rights to the supplemental series in 1982 and 1983. ESPN's rights will include 14 national cable exposures each in 1984 and 1985. The cablecasts will air primarily on Saturday night, with the exception of selected Thursday night exposures. ESPN may schedule games from an inventory of qualifying teams after ABC Sports and CBS Sports have selected, games for exclusive television Tights on the NCAA's national; over-the-air series. i Division I-AA institutions will be guaranteed a minimum of two appearances each in. 1984 and 1985, the NCAA said. - In addition, ESPN will air preseason and postseason shows, pregame and postgame shows, a weekly highlights show and a monthly NCAA feature program. A daily series of NCAA promotional messages from Sept. 1 through March 31 during each contract year also was included in the agreement. Valley coaches vote for clock TULSA Missouri Valley Conference basketball coaches have recommended the 45-second shot clock, the retention of three-man officiating teams and a change in the post-season tournament format. v ', The mentors want to bring the final four teams in the meet to a neutral site after first-round games on campus. The MVC also announced the signing of a two-year tele-' vision contract with Sports Time. Zook takes Tennessee position KNOXVILLE, Tenn. Ron Zook, defensive coordinator " at the University of Kansas, will leave that post to become ' secondary coach at the University of Tennessee. Zook will replace George Catavolos, who left'Tennessee two weeks ago after two years in Knoxville, to join the Indianapolis Colts of the National Football League. Zook, 30, has been at Kansas for one year, serving as linebacker coach in addition to his duties directing the defense. Before joining the Jayhawks, he served two years at : the University of Cincinnati, preceded by three years at Murray State, Ky. ' He is a native of Loudonville, Ohio, where he was a three-year starter in the defensive backfield at Loudonville High School. During his varsity career at the University of Miami, Ohio, the Redskins posted a 33-1-1 record and appeared in the Tangerine Bowl in all three seasons. Zook was a walk-on player at Miami. ' Arkansas draws Georgia Tech FAYETTEVILLE, Ark. The University of Arkansas will play Georgia Tech in the first round of the Rainbow Basketball Classic in Honolulu Dec 25-281 The winner of, that game meets the Iowa State-Washington victor. In the other half of the bracket are Iowa vs, Maryland and Hawaii Vs. Cornell, , , Ex-grid Cardinal kills self , A former member of the St. Louis Football Cardinals, wanted for questioning in connection with two recent bank robberies, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound Monday night in St. Louis, authorities said. , Eric Washington, 34, shot himself as more 20 law enforcement officials surrounded his St. Louis County apartment, authorities said. t Washington played defensive back for the Cardinals In 1972-73. Washington barricaded himself in hjs apartment at about 4 p.m. Monday, after St. Louis county police offi-cers and FBI agents attempted to question the former football player about his Involvement in the Dec. 13 and May 4 robberies of two Mercantile Banks in St. Louis. .: Washington fired several shots at the officers causing them to evacuate more than 100 residents of the Raintree Apartment Complex in North St. Louis County and call out additional officers, Including the county's S.W.A.T team. They entered the apartment after 6.30 p.m. - more than 2 'j hours after they heard the gunshot. After the Z 'i-hour wait, police again went to the apartment Hearing no sounds Inside, they kicked In the door and found Washington dead of a gunshot wound to the right side of his head. ii m M W I T t-rsini-'e-rvii, I I NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Signed Michoel Beauchemin and Tony Coloo, quarterbacks, Mark Boulris ond Dean Hougum, nose' tockles, Andrew Falls, center-guard, . Tony Lowden ond Horace Pender. grass, defensive bocks, Wolter Mar. lin, punter, Tom Schafer, center, John Andreoll, linebacker, Clyde Clover, defensive end, James King, , offensive guard, Ed Meachom, tight end, Tom Mut, wide receiver, and Steve Vorga, kicker. NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Signed Kenny Stabler, quarterback. SOCCER North American Soccer League MINNESOTA STRIKERS Released Ricardo Villa and Greg Ion, midfielders. Malor Indoor Soccer League PHOENIX PRIDE Waived Oscar Albuquerque and Franti St-Lot, midfielders and Gene Strenlcer, de-lender. Placed John Gorman, defender, on waivers. : XOLLEGe-W.?--'- fH- NCAA Ordered Oregon Stole to ' return 1342,000 In post-season baskel-ball revenue ond remove two basketball scholarships tor one yeor because of NCAA rule violations. CINCINNATI Named Michael Sussli assistonl basketball cooch. ST. LOUlSNomed Jim Bakken othletic director and extended the contract of Rich Grower, men's basketball cooch, for two years. 1

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