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16 the Rapid City Journal Monday. April 1.1966 High school report Pro wrestling has a hold on fans Stevens' teams win at Cheyenne CHEYENNE. Wyo. - Rapid City Steveni captured first place In both the boys and girls divisions of the Cheyenne Indoor Track Meet Saturday. The Raiders look the team title in the boys division with SO points, while the girls placed first with 91 points. Stevens' Amy Fenster was a double winner, taking first In the long jump with 16-11' j and the 60-meter dash In 6.03. Jim Clemens, also a double winner for the Raiders, placed first in the long jump, 16-1 1 . and the 60-meter hurdles in record-breaking time of 8.9. Stevens' Brett Boushele tied the field house record in the 60-meter dash with 7.1 Stevens originally had been scheduled to compete Saturday at North Platte. Neb., but the meet was canceled because of Inclement weather. OiritOtvrtion Team potato epid City Steven SI, Cheyenne Central 2s. Lm to. individual winners eno Stevens placers Hion iump i Kelly Cnrifnaon. RCS, ii X Fierro. 8CS.4 Dual team mat tourney proposed ABERDEEN A dual team wrestling championship proposal will be presented by the South Dakota High School Athletic Director's Association to the South Dakota High School Acitivlties Association at its June meeting. In the plan, the two teams with the highest point totals in each of the four regions, in both classes, would advance to the state tournament on a dual-meet basis. All 12 wrestlers for each of the two teams from each region would also go to the state tournament, regardless of how they did in the region tourney. There would still be a regular tournament, but no team title awarded. Wrestlers involved in the dual tourney also would be eligible for the individual tournament. The proposal was presented by the state's wrestling coaches, who also sug- Upton captures third at state SHERIDAN, Wyo. - Liz Redden had 12 points and Odette Michaelson 11 points to pace Lyman to a come-from-bchind 36-35 victory over Kemmerer for the Class 2A high school girls basketball championship. Upton defeated Sundance 55-49 to bring home the Class 2A third-place prize. Upton 6-4 senior Christa Reese was named to the all-tournament team after scoring 93 points in three tournament games. Reese scored 56 points in one game this season. Upton finished the season with a 19-2 record. Third KM Sundance 14 29 34 49 Upton 10 2i 39 Si Track and field long lump 1. Amy Mu act. it II , X r act snot put-1. SOMA. CC. SI I NO I. afcllor. CC II V t t MltMrV act. n 1' ' Merdme, la 41 ' 0 thxdm -1, Broiit. CC. W I. I. tierro. act. M 4. I rwut act, 10 4. 4. Now, act. W 4 to I. Amy f-emter. act. I OX I. Crown., act. 0 400- I. Sherwood. i.m OS I, X twenion act. II. I. 1.000 I. Use Darter act. i SI I. 1. Sargent, act. 1; 1 4 L'tntrom. act.o ir; 44I0 relay I. Bapio City Stevens No I. S 40 . C1p.11 City Stevens No I. 0 IIS. J Bp.n City Stevens No 10 US Boys Division Turn point Rapid City Stevens St. Laramie 10, Cheyenne Cm trei JO. Cheyenne Bat f Individual winner ond Steven placer: Hion iump I. Goodwin. Laramie s 10, I. tundtiv ACS. S 10, X Hendry. RCt. S 0. 4. HyOouisl. CS. J 0 Long iump- I, Jim Clement, act. 10 1 1' X Hen dry. ACS. ISO. Pole vault I. Ckorlei, CI. 110: X Sundov. RCS. 110. Snot put-1. Tvtar, Laramie. SSX 1 Leo. RCS, 41 II. 0 hurdle t. Jim Clemens. r;,. a s ifuidhous.- rrcardi. J. Zietler. RCt.t (4 "r-VOI. to 1. OVett aautneM. RCO, t I men tteionouw rotors) 4 mm RCS. 14. 400 I. Tnompaon, CC. St I. 4. M tAerguereji. RCt. Sit I M0-I. latter. CC. II 04 X t Oleeaon. act. II Ml. X Rnw. RCt. II 40 1 1400- I. tfNker CC. I 000. I Pieoa RCt. I OS li J Cfton RCS. t II 4. 4. Milter. RCt. t It I 4400 relay -I. RepwCdy tleven No 1, 4 M0. Meets postponed The Faith Lions Relays Saturday was postponed because of Inclement weather and reacheduled for April 24. The Huron Quadrangular, alto scheduled Saturday, was postponed and rescheduled for this Saturday. Engel sets record WAYNE, Neb. - Jay Engel of the University of South Dakota broke his own school record In the pole vault at an early bird track meet. Engel vaulted 19 feet, 6 Inches, breaking the mark of 19 feet be set last year. No team points were kept at the moot. Wrestling gested added a seventh and eighth-place match for each weight class at both tournaments. But this idea was dropped to make sure the dual team recommendation received consideration. The dual team tourney would begin at 8 p.m. Thursday, with four matches. First-round losers would be eliminated. Semifinals would be Friday at 9:30 a.m.. with championship and third-place matches beginning at 9:30 a.m. Saturday. Hulett placers GREYBULL. Wyo. - Hulett had two placers in the Greybull Invitational Wrestling Tournament Saturday. Gib VanPatten took second in the 185 pound class and Rusty Tromble was fourth at heavyweight. Upton finishes second LINGLE. Wyo. Lusk won the team title with 188 points in the Linglc Invitational. Upton finished second with 170 points. Upton won the "B" division of the tournament, its second consecutive ti tie. Team point Lutk ISO. Upton 170. Southeet 00. unple Ft. Laramie ). Henne OX Platte valley tl. Midwest SO. moot .on so .. Cheyenne Salon SO. Sundance 44. Wright JO. Burn II. PineBlutt4. Upton. Moorcrott and Sundance placer OS I. 4v.ii.em-. Moor. I. Black. Upton I os I . Holme. Upton. X Proctor, Moor. 110 I. Sec ley Sun IU-1. Leellng. Upton, tecond. lis- 2. McLaughlin. Sun. 4. Bock. Upton. 145 4. V. Peterton. Upton. ISS-I. Cieycomb, Upton 1071. O Peterton. Upton. las I. Kelly, Upton. Hwt.-J. Sutherland. Upton; 4. Spark roan. Moor. Girls basketball Sundance DM0 Cummlng 10 0 1 10. Steel Her ha ugh 4 3 J 10, Sheila Hughe S 0 0 10, Brenoa Mavnard 3 00 4, samio Mclnerney 0 40 4. Ann Peplow 0 1 J 1. Tammy Kokeh 0 0 0 0, Cooper 00 00, Total 31 Ml 49. Upton Polly Whisler 0 3 S 3. Lone Lyman 3 S 9 9. Chritta Reee 10 10 10 30 Lori Materi 00 00. Chriie Lonerg 3 4 6 10. Dormie Jones 3 0 0 4. Jill Benson 00 0 0. Total 17 31 30SS. FG percentage - Up 33 ( 1 7 401 Rebounding Up 34 (Reese 13) Turnover Up 17 Total fouls-Sun 33. up 13 Fouled out Mclnerney. Peplow Attendance-1.000. Semifinal game Upton 17 3S 31 39 Lyman 10 It 34 43 Upton Polly Whisler 1 0 3 3. Lona Lyman 3 12 S, Chrlsta Reese 10 4 7 34, Lori Materi I OO 2. Chrlssie Looerg 3 0 0 0. Dormie Jones 0000. Jill Benson 000 0 Total 17 5 111 39. Lyman -S Buckner 4 2 5 14. O Micelson 10 0 0 20. E Redden 3 I 3 5. J Evans 00 ou. i Knuoton u 0 0 0. M Campbell 0 00 0. J Buckner 1 2 4 4 Total 19 s 10 41. Total tout-Upton 14. Lyman 14 Fouled out-Whitier Official Oreen, Media Attendance 1.000. Sundance 5 10 17 25 Kemmerer II 31 27 35 Sundance Oiane Cumming 2 1 3 S, Steel Har bauah 5 0 0 10, Sheila Hughe 112 3, Sarnie Mclnerney 1 3 5 5. Ann Peplow 1 00 3 Total 10 5 10 2S Kemmerer T if f any Atwood 3 3 4 0. Cindy tricks moen 4 2 2 10. Kim Anderon 3 5 7 11. Shar Costal lo 1 I 2 3. Trudy Julian 1113 Totals 13 11 17 35. FG percentages-Sun 19 (2051). Kern 29 (12 41) Rebounding Sun 36 (Harbaugh 9), Kem 39 (Anderson) Turnover Sun 20, Kem 29 Total foul Sun It. Kem II Fouled out Hughes Attendance 3.000. Gamblers pinned with first loss; Gold tip Orlando The Associated Press The Baltimore Stars, who won the United States Football League title last season, may not be ready to give up their championship torch despite a shaky start in 1985. The methodical Stars, 2-3-1, handed the pass-happy Houston Gamblers their first loss of the USFL season Sunday, intercepting three Jim Kelly passes and forcing him to fumble once en route to a 27-14 victory. Kelly, who executes the Gamblers' vaunted "run-and-shoot" offense that piled up 37.8 points per game before Sunday, completed 33 of 51 passes for 393 yards against Baltimore. But he managed only two touchdown passes after throwing for 19 TDs in his first five outings. "We had never played against the Even palm trees causing trouble for Valenzuela The Associated Press Now, even the palm trees are ganging up on Fernando Valenzuela. The Los Angeles left-hander absorbed his fifth loss of the exhibition baseball season Sunday, losing 5-3 to an Atlanta Braves split-squad, and the cozy confines of the Dodgers' park in Vero Beach, Fla., didn't help. In the third inning, with the bases loaded, Ken Oberkfell hit a long drive that got between center fielder Ken Landreaux and right fielder Mike Mar-, shall, and then took a crazy hop off one of the palm trees planted in the outfield. By the time Marshall retrieved the ball. Oberkfell had rounded the bases for an inside-the-park, off-the-tree grand slam. Valenzuela went seven innings, giving up five runs on six hits. He has won one of six spring decisions. run-and-shoot offense and the defensive guys were a little tight at first," Baltimore Coach Jim Mora said. "But we got used to seeing it and played it pretty good." "We were able to move the ball real well," Houston Coach Jack Pardee said. "Kelly had a good game, but the turnovers are what killed us. They were devastating." In other games Sunday, Denver rallied to beat Orlando 21-17 and Oakland bombed Los Angeles 30-6. Saturday night's USFL action saw Birmingham beat Jacksonville 25-18 and Arizona trample New Jersey 31-13. The Stallions' Cliff Stoudt and the Outlaws' Doug Williams each had three touchdown passes. Gold 21, Renegades 17 While the Gamblers suffered their first loss. Orlando came close to posting its first victory before succumbing to Denver. The Gold, trailing 17-0 at halftime, got two second-half touchdown passes from Vince Evans, one a 10-yarder to Vincent White and the other 3 yards to running back Bill Johnson with 2:16 left in the game. Early in the fourth period, Evans sneaked 1 yard for a touchdown that made it 17-14. Pedro Guerrero belted a two-run homer for the Dodgers. The victim of Guerrero's home run was reliever Terry Forster. "I've been working this spring on throwing a changeup," Forster said. "He hit the home run off a changeup. That's the last one I'm going to throw." Overall, the day was doubly successful for the Braves, whose other split-squad beat the Baltimore Orioles 4-2. Glenn Hubbard's three-run double off Mike Boddicker and Bob Horner's first hit of the spring highlighted that Atlanta victory. Valenzuela is not the only big-name pitcher having woes this spring. Mario Soto, who will be the Cincinnati Reds' opening-day hurler, also is continuing to experience problems. Soto was shelled for 11 runs on 14 hits in six innings by the New York Mets in their 15-2 rout of the Reds. Soto has now given up 16 earned runs in 18 innings this spring. Mike Laga and Nelson Simmons both singled home two runs as the Detroit Tigers beat the Minnesota Twins 7-5. In the first half, Evans passed for fewer than 100 yards, but he finished with 335. his first 300-plus game this season for 4-2 Denver. Invaders 30, Express 6 Bobby Hebert threw three touchdown passes, two of them to wide receiver Anthony Carter, to lead Oakland over Los Angeles, which played without quarterback Steve Young, who is out with a knee injury. Hebert. wbo completed 15 of his 26 passes for 221 yards, threw a 48-yard bomb to Carter for the Invaders' first touchdown midway through the first quarter, then connected with the former Michigan star again in the third period. Carter got another touchdown in the second quarter when he recovered a fumble by teammate Brian Williams in the end zone. Frank Seurer. filling In for Young, passed for only 122 yards and was intercepted four NEW YORK (AP) - Professional wrestling hat grabbed the big time by the throat, smashing bad guys, trotting out big names and cashing in on its new chic status at a sold-oul Madison Square Garden show. Muhammad All recalled his glory days at Sunday's extravaganza. Uberace high-kicked with his Rocket-tes and singer Cyndi Lauper regained her honor all before a national closed-circuit television audience of 1 million people. Billed as " Wrest lemania." the event marked wrestling's hammer lock on hype and its arrival, after years out of style, at the peak of chic. "We're giving people what they want in sports entertainment : The chance to cheer for the good guys, boo the bad guys, have a couple of beers and let off a little steam." said Rex Jones, spokesman for the show's promoters. The fans let It off In jets, filling the 21.000-seal Garden with hoots, hollers and screams for vengeance, downing beers and hoisting banner! aa spotlights swept the elevated wrestling platform. Fans also packed the adjoining 5.000-seat Felt Forum for the closed-circuit broadcast, and publicist John Bailey said broadcast aud.ences bought out the Nassau Coliseum, the Boston Garden and the Philadelphia Spectrum. "A lot of people like this," said 12-year-old Bobby Jakubowski of North Plainfield. N.J.. watching as The Executioner kicked Tito Santana repeatedly In the face during an early match. "It goes back to Roman gladiator games." Whatever its roots, wrestling has put a hold on fans across America. Four of the 10 top cable television shows are wrestling programs, and Jones said his World Wrestling Federation is approaching $100 million in annual income. As well as leaping headlong into cable televison, wrestling has embraced rock n roll performers such as Lauper to attract its new, young audience. It also has capitalized on the popularity of patriotism, pitting All-Amerlcan types against heels such as Nikolai Volkoff, who bellows the Soviet anthem before his matches. With the added spice of grudge mat- " LlLv tatfr nr fig lBstaBBSlgt? 101 frfr Mr T. was carrying a load In Rowdy Roddy Piper (AP Laserphoto) ches so intense they make the soap operas look like dishwater, the product is a heady mix of staged brutality, glamour, flying giants, screaming fans and shameless hyperbole. Sunday's show was billed "as the single greatest sports entertainment presentation of all time." noted WWF spokesmant Jones. "And we firmly believe that to be true." The scene was as grandiose as the promotion: large, sweaty performers heaved one another across the ring, staging brutal kicks and stomps as fans pelted them with paper cups and yelled for gore. "It's rough out there," panted television's Mr. T, who joined good-guy champion Hulk Hogan in a tag-team match. "It's not for no wimps, wrasslln'." Hogan and Mr. T bashed Rowdy Roddy Piper and Paul "Mr. Wonderful" Orndorff, extracting punishment for the bad guys' criticism of Lauper, a wrestling aficionado. Pianist Liberace was guest timekeeper; All, as referee, joined briefly in a free-for-all on the mat. "It's good showmanship. They give you the excitement that you want," said spectator Joseph Vafeades of Valley Stream, N.Y., watching the match with his 10-year-old daugther, Dawn Marie. "They get the adrenalin flowing." As for the wide-eyed Dawn Marie? "She goes to school and practices the leg lock on her friends." Briefs Late Saturday TEMPE, Ariz. Doug Williams threw for 231 yards and three touchdowns two to wide receiver Al Williams as the Arizona Outlaws beat the error-prone New Jersey WfBStlinQ r.pnprnln .11.11 Arizona, now 4-2 overall and 4-0 at home, built up a 24-13 halftime lead and coasted from there before a season-high crowd of 30.432 at 70,021-seat Sun Devil Stadium. Basketball I EXINGTON, Ky. (AP) - Washington forward Detlef Schrempf scored 16 points to lead the West to a 97-90 victory over the East Sunday in the 23rd Annual Coaches' All-America basketball game at Memorial Coliseum. The West used a balanced attack to offset a 19-point. seven-rebound effort for the East by Most Valuable Player Lorenzo Charles of North Carolina State. The victory was the sixth in a row for the West and the 13th time the West has won in the 23-gamc series. AUSTIN. Texas (AP) - Cheryl Miller of Southern California was chosen from among seven nominees as Player of the Year by the Women's Basketball Coaches Association. Golf PONTE VEDRA, Fla. (AP) - Calvin Peete. displaying the accuracy that has become his trademark, turned back the last-gasp challenge of D.A. Weibring and scored a three-stroke victory In the rich Tournament Players Championship. Peete, who habitually leads the PGA Tour in the statistical categories denoting accuracy, tamed the testing winds with a 6-under-par 66 and become the first black player to win the annual championship of golf's touring pros. HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) - Malcolm MacKensie of Briton shot a final-round 68 for a 281 and scored a three-stroke victory over David Llewellyn of Wales in the (64,000 Zimbabwe Open Golf Championships at the Royal Harare Sports Club Sunday. The Welshman had a 72 Sunday for 284. First place was worth $10,660 for Mackenzie while Llewellyn earned SI 1 .000. TOKYO (AP) - Ku Ok-hee of South Korea bir-died the last two holes to capture the Klbun Ladies Golf Classic by four strokes over Nayoko Yoshikawa of Japan. Ku, who started the final round two strokes behind Japan's Hiroko Inoue, shot a 70 to finish with a three-round total of 218 for her first JLPGA tour victory. Tennis MILAN, Italy (AP) Top-seeded John McEnroe, the undisputed No. 1 tennis star in the world, trounced second-seeded Anders Jarryd of Sweden 6-4, 6-1 Sunday in the final of the Flla Indoor Trophy Tournament to post his fourth victory in as many events this year. The triumph at Milan's Lido Sports Palace enabled the American to collect $60,000 and boosted his season's prize money to 283,000. PALM BEACH GARDENS. Fla. (AP) -Third-seeded Kathy Horvath beat unseeded Petra Delhees-Jauch 3-6, 6-3. 6-3 in the singles final of the Ford Challenge Round women's tennis tournament, advancing to the $275,000 Ford Challenge Cup. In the doubles final. JoAnne Russell of Naples, Fla.. and Anne Smith of Dallas defeated Laura Arraya-Gildemeister of Peru and Gabrlela Sabatini of Argentina 1-6. 6-1. 7-6(7-4). 86. American Bruce Zabriski tied for sixth at 288 after a 73 Sunday. Wrestling TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) The Soviet Union took Its fourth consecutive World Cup Wrestling championship by defeating the United States 7-3 in the final round of the round-robin competition. The United States and the Soviet Union had won their previous matches against Egypt, Canada, Cuba and Japan in the 13th annual competition. Auto racing BRISTOL. Tenn. (AP) Darrell Waltrip pulled away at the end of the crash-filled Budweiser 200 Late Model Sportsman race for an easy victory at Bristol International Raceway. Waltrip, a two-time champion in NASCAR 's Grand National stock car division, drove his new Chevrolet to a 12.8-second triumph over the second-place Pontiac of Rick Mast, the only other car on the lead lap at the end of the 200-lap, 106.6-mile event. BRISTOL. Tenn. (AP) - The Valleydale 500 Grand National stock car race at Bristol International Raceway was postponed Sunday after a steady rain hit the area moments before the scheduled start. Running NEW YORK (AP) - Britain's Geoff Smith raced to a front-running victory in the Per- rler 10-Kilometer Run In Central Park, beating runner-up Kevin Giannetti of For-dham University by about 150 yards. Marilyn Hulak of the Atalanta Track Club was the first women's finisher. VIENNA, Austria (AP) Gerhard Hartmann of Austria won the second Vienna Spring Marathon in national-record time of 2 hours. 14 minutes and 59 seconds. Romania's Elena Zuchlo of the Soviet Union finished 100th in the field of 2.500 to take the women's title in 2:39:01. WASHINGTON (AP) Kenya's Simeon Kigen won the 10-mile Nike Cherry Blossom Road Race for the second consecutive year, in 46 minutes, 24 seconds, beating a field of more than 4,000 runners. Lisa Larsen-Weidenbach set a course record for women, finishing in 53:28. Canada's Jacqueline Gareau was second in 53:54. six seconds ahead of Gail Kingma. Horse racing FLORENCE, Ky. (AP) - Banner Bob, $6.20, outdueled favored Image of Greatness, owned by George M. Steinbrenner, the principal owner of the New York Yankees for a three-quarter length victory in the $350,000 Jim Beam over 1 1-16 mile Sunday at Latonia. NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Violada, $18.90, a Kentucky-bred colt, who won two stakes in England last year, beat Creme Fraiche by a nose in the lVs-mile. $200,000 Lousiana Derby Sunday at the Fair Grounds. ARCADIA, Calif. (AP) - Heavily favored Champion Pilot took the lead right from the start and never gave it up and won the $83,750 El Monte Handicap at Santa Anita. Water events AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - The Pablo Morales-led Stanford Cardinal stormed to the school's first NCAA Men's Swimming and Diving Championships in 18 years. Olympian Morales won three events and swam on a winning relay during the three-day competition as Stanford surprised the two-times defending champion Florida Gators. Stanford finished with 403.5 points to 329 for Florida. Texas was third with 306. Kent Hrbek cracked a two-run homer and a two-run double for the Twins. Curtis Wilkerson cracked a bases-loaded triple and Don Slaught drilled a two-run homer to help the Texas Rangers trip the Houston Astros 11-8. In other baseball news, Baltimore got some bad news when it learned outfielder Lee Lacy, their leading hitter this spring with a .341 average, will have to undergo surgery for ligament damage in his right thumb and will be lost through mid-May. Also, the Yankees announced that Hall of Famer Mickey Mantle, who was reinstated to baseball's good standing two weeks ago by Commissioner Peter Ueberroth, will throw out the ceremonial first ball at the Yankees' home opener April 16 against the White Sox. Mantle has not been at Yankee Stadium since Old Timers Day in 1982. The following year, then-Commissioner Bowie Kuhn barred him from official baseball activities after Mantle took a public relations job with an Atlantic City, N.J. .casino. TOLEDO. Ohio (AP) - Results ol the fourth and fifth rounds of World Cup Wrestling Sunday: Fourth Round Soviet Union 10, Canada 0 105'i pounds - Dorzhu (USSR) forfeit; 114'' Novruzov (USSR) pinned Woodcroft (Cal 4:10; 125'i Beloglazov (USSR) pinned Holmes (Ca) :30; 134"t Alexiyev (USSR) outpointed Bohay (Ca) 12 2. 149' a Fadsaev (USSR) outpointed McKay (Ca) 110; 163 Magmedov (USSR) pinned Bradford (Ca) 1:01, 180' i Modosyan (USSR) outpointed Rinke (Ca) 7 1; 19S M. Khadartsev (USSR) outpointed Davis (Ca) 14-4 . 220 - A Khadartsev (USSR) outpointed Carrow (Ca) 12 0. Unlimited - Zanglev (USSR) forfeit. United State 10, Egypt 0 105"? - Salamone (US) outpointed Metwali (E) 13 1; 11410) - Wlllinghetn (US) outpointed El Moneme (El 13-0; 12S' i - Davit (US) outpointed Hussin (E) 120. 136' 2 - Schuyler (US) outpointed Khalif (E) 14-ll 149' j - Nugent (US) outpointed Hamad IE) 14 4; 143- O Scnulti (US) pinned Hamad (E) 118; 180' i M Schultz (US) outpointed Ashram (E) 130, 198 Schear (US) outpointed Salah (E) 130 , 220 -Severn (US) outpointed Dridi (E) 13 0; Unlimited -Baumgartner (US) outpointed El Hadad (E) 120. Japan 7 Cuba 3 105' i - Oiakoku (J) outpointed Varela (Cu) 120; IMVi - Sato (J) pinned Gonzales (Cu) 2 39; IJS'i -Kakuchiyama (J) forfeit. 134.5 Akaishi (J) out pointed Ramire (Cu) 10 4, 149.5 Hara (J) outpointed AAonlero (Cu) 13-9; 143 Cast aret (Cu) outpointed Hlguchl I J) 9 4; I80"j Hernandet (Cu) out pointed Vasuda (J) 8 7; 198 Hosaka (J) pinned Cardenas (Cu) 143; 220 - Honda (J) pinned Miranda (Cu) 1:02, Unlimited - Mesa (Cu) forfeit. Fifth Round Soviet Union 7, United States 1 105' i Dorzhu (USSR) outpointed Salamone (US) 9 3; ))4' j - Wiliingham (US) outpointed Nooruzov (USSR) 7 Si Wj - BeloglazOV (USSR) pinned Davis (US) 2:05; 134"; - Alexiyev (USSR) out pointed Schuyler (US) 112. 149' j - Fadsaev (USSR) outpointed Nugent (US) 120. 143 D. Schultz (US) outpointed Magomadov (USSR) 5 0. ISO"? - Modisian (USSR) outpointed M Schullz (US) 102; 198 - M Khadartsev (USSR) pinned Scherr (US) 1 .51, 200 - A Khadartsev (USSR) out pointed Severn (US) 4-0; Unlimited - Baumgartner (US) outpointed Zanqiev (USSR) 4 0. McEnroe extends string at Milan MILAN, Italy (AP) John McEnroe, the reigning king of international tennis, won his fourth straight tournament this year and headed for Chicago hoping to extend his winning streak and add to his 1985 earnings, which already amount to $283,000. In Chicago, McEnroe is expected to face a tougher challenge from fellow American Jimmy Connors and South African-born Johan Kriek, who did not play the Flla Indoor Trophy tournament here. Connors lost Sunday to Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia in a tournament at Fort Myers, Fla. The 26-year-old McEnroe won the Milan competition for the fourth time since 1979, making short work Sunday of Sweden's Anders Jarryd in the finals. The top-seeded American trounced the 23-year-old, second-seeded Swede 6-4, 6-1 in 66 minutes. McEnroe conceded after the victory that he had expected a tougher challenge from Jarryd, who had not lost a single set in the previous four rounds. Jarryd, a member of the Swedish Davis Cup team which defeated the United States in the 1984 finals, missed several easy points and never was a threat to the favored American, who improved his record to 5-1 against the Swede. McEnroe, who had previously won tournaments in New York, Philadelphia and Houston this year, staged an impressive comeback after a three-week rest caused by an aching wrist. McEnroe said he felt fit again and eager for more victories. Retired Swedish star Bjorn Borg, who handed the Fila Trophy to McEnroe after the finale, agreed that the American would reign unchallenged for some more years as the world's No. 1 tennis player. Borg, who had not seen McEnroe in action since Wimbledon two years ago, said "he has greatly improved his playing from the baseline, is more self-confident and almost unbeatable." Jarryd, who won the tournament in Brussels two weeks ago, upsetting fellow-Swede Mats Wilander, blamed himself for the d .feat, saying he made too many unforced errors. Ivan Lendl has beaten Jimmy Connors three straight times, but he still hasn't impressed the irascible Connors. "Lendl didn't do anything exceptionally, except that he served well and was able to keep the ball in play," Connors said after losing to the Czechoslovak 6-3, 6-2 in the finals of the Paine Webber Tennis Classic. Lendl served eight aces and kept Connors on the run with his powerful ground-strokes. I.

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