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r 02 THURSDAY, MAY 8, 1997 SPORTS THE SALINA JOURNAL SCOREBOARD TV-radio Today's schedule TELEVISION BASEBALL I p.m. — Major League Baseball, Atlanta at Florida, WTBS, cable 15. t p.m. — Major League Baseball. Texas at NY Yankees, FSN, cable 55. BASKETBALL 7 p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Atlanta at Chicago, TNT, cable 41. MO p.m. — NBA Playoffs. Utah at LA Lakers, TNT, cable 41. HOCKEY 6:10 p.m. — NHL Playoffs, New Jersey at NY Rangers, ESPN, cable 38. 9:30 p.m. — NHL Playoffs. Detroit al Ana- helm, ESPN2, cable 39. TENNIS t p.m. — Men's tennis, German Open, ESPN, cat* 38. Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE EntDMtlon W L Baltimore New York Toronto Boston Dfltroll Cleveland Milwaukee Kansas City Minnesota Chicago 21 18 15 15 13 Cwrtrw Dtvwon W L 18 14 15 14 9 15 15 16 19 Pet .700 .545 .500 .484 .406 Pel .533 .517 .500 .394 .345 15 15 13 20 10 19 WtttOlvMon W L Pel QB Seattle 19 12 .613 — Texas 16 13 .552 2 Anaheim 14 18 .467 4V4 Oakland 15 18 .455 5 Tuesday'a Gams* Cleveland 5, Texas 4 Kansas City 7, Boston 2 N.Y. Yankees 7, Minnesota 2 Baltimore 8, Anaheim 4 Toronto 2, Detroit 1,10 hinlng» Oakland 6, Milwaukee 5 Seattle 7, Chicago White Sox 6 Wednesday's Gams* Milwaukee 1, Oakland 0 Seattle at Chicago White Sox, pod., rain Cleveland 7, Toronto 1 Detroit 12, Kansas City 3 Boston 11, Minnesota 3 Baltimore 3, Anaheim 0 N.Y. Yankees 5, Texas 2 Thursday's Gamss Kansas City (Belcher 3-3) at Detroit (Moehler 2-1), 12:05 p.m. Toronto (Guzman 2-2) at Cleveland (Ogea 22), 6:01 p.m. Minnesota (Robertson 2-1) at Boston (Wakefield 1-1), 6:05 p.m. Texas (Oliver 1-2) at N.Y. Yankees (PettHte 51), 6:05 p.m Seattle (R.Johnson 44) at Baltimore (Mussina 3-1). 6:35 p.m. Oakland (Mohler 0-3) at Chicago White Sox (Baldwin 0-4), 7:05 p.m. abrhbl abrhbl Erstad tb 4010 ByAdsn cf 3110 AHwn 2b 4020 RAImr ?b 4010 Hoffins 3t> 4010 EDavIs rf 1011 Leyrte c 4010 Trasco rf 3100 Salmon rf 3000 RPmro Ib 4000 EMrty dh 4010 CRIpkn 3b 3011 Erfmnd cf 2000 Incvgla dh 3010 DiScnass 4010 Surhofflf 3000 Grbeck If 4010 HoHes c 3121 ' Bordlck ss 3000 Totals 33 0 8 0 Totalt 30 3 7 3 Anaheim 000 000 000—0 Baltimore 200 100 OOx—3 DP—Anaheim 1. Baltimore 2. LOB—Anaheim 9, Baltimore 4.2B—EDavIs (8). HR—Holies (4). SB—Allcea (7), Edmonds (t), ByAnderson (3). CS—leyrfb(1). IP H RER BB SO Anaheim Watson L.1-3 7 73313 Holtz 1 00001 •Baltimore KeyW.8-0 6 60031 Orosco 1 10000 ABenrtez t 00001 RaMyersS,13 1 10002 Orosco pitched to 1 batter In the 8th. WP—Key. Umpires—Home, Cutbreth; First, Cedersfrom; Second, Coble; Third, McClelland. T—2:43. A—43,858 (48,262). RED SOX 11, TWINS 3 MINNESOTA BOSTON abrhbl abrhbl 3000 Grcprr ss 4111 1011 Crdero If 4220 5 0 1 0 Frye If 1000 3010 MVghn 1b 311 0100 Jtfrsondh 53 4 4000 Nhring 3b 400 4001 O'Lry rt 510 0000 JhValtn 2b 411 4000 Httberg c 3234 31(0 Braggcf 4000 4020 4 t 2 1 35 3 I 3 Today's schedule THURSDAY, MAY 8 BASEBALL Kansas CRy at Detroit, noon Sallna Central at Hays Classic EH-Sallne at Lincoln, 3 p.m. Sacred Heart at Clay Center, 2 p.m. GOLF Sallna South, Sallna Central at Junction City, 3 p.m. Sacred Heart at Halstead, 4 p.m. SOFTBALL Kansas Wesleyan at NAIA Great Plains Regional, Llndsborg Tulsa at San Antonio College BIG 12 CONFERENCE Conference All Games x-TexasTech x-Oklahoma State x-Oklahoma x-TexasA&M x-Baylor x-Mlssourt Texas Kansas Kansas State Nebraska Iowa State Knbteh2t) Hcklng2b Bredelb MoNtordh Coometdh Lawtonlf Stnbchc GMyrsc TWalkrSb RKeflyrf Becker cf Mearesss ToMt Minnesota Boston Totati 37111411 001 000 011— 3 300 241 10x—11 E—flrede (1). DP—Minnesota 1. LOB—Minnesota 8, Boston 8. 2B—Motor (2), Meares 2 (8), Cordero (7). HR-^Jeflerson 2 (5), Hatteberg 2 (2). SB—RKelly (3). SF—MVaughn. IP H RER BB SO Radke L.2-2 41-310 9 7 1 1 Ritchie 22-3 3 2 2 2 3 Olson 1 10011 Botton SeleW,4-1 7 51134 THIcek 1 11100 Lacy 121101 HBP—by Radko (MVaughn). Balk—fiadke. Umpires—Home, O'Nora; First, McKean; Second, Hendry; Third, Hlrschbeck. T—3:05. A—19,075 (33,925). Atlanta Montreal Florida New York Philadelphia Houston Pittsburgh Si Louis Cincinnati Chicago NATIONAL LEAGUE EMtMvWon W L 23 9 17 17 16 10 Central Division W L 18 15 17 15 10 14 15 17 21 Pet OB .719 — .548 5V4 .531 6 .486 T/i .323 12'A 15 17 21 8 22 West Division W L 21 10 19 12 17 13 11 18 Pet QB .545 - .531 'A .469 2'/i .323 .267 7 8V4 Pet .677 .613 .567 .379 GB Colorado San Francisco ~Los Angeles San Diego Tuesday's Games Cokxaao12,N.Y.Mets11 . Pittsburgh 4, Florida 0 Si Louis 4, Atlanta 3 Phladelpnia 5, Houston 1 Chicago Cubs 2, San Diego 1 Montreal 10, San Francisco 3 Qndnnal! 3, Los Angeles 2,111nnings Wednesday's Game* Montreal 19, San Francisco 3 ' AbsntaS. Florida 2,10 innings N.Y. Mets 4, Houston 1 81 Louie 14, Philadelphia 7 ' Pittsburgh 14, Colorado 3 Cincinnati at Los Angeles (n) Chicago Cubs at San Diego (n) Thursdays dame* N.Y. Mets (Reed 3-1) at Houston (Hampton 13), 12:35 p.m. Philadelphia (Beech 0-0) at St. Louis (An.Benes 1-1). 12:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Loalza 3-0) at Colorado (Wright 41), 2:05 p.m. Chicago Cubs (Mulhotand 2-3) at San Diego - TValenzuela 1-3), 4:05 p.m. Atlanta (Glavlne 4-1) at Florida (Saunders 01), 6:05 p.m. .American League -~ TWER812, HOYALS3 HMMMCffY DETROIT abrhbl 5010 3120 2000 3020 1000 1000 2100 1000 1000 2010 4000 4110 3010 4011 36391 INDIANS 7, BLUE JAYS 1 TORONTO CLEVELAND abrhbl 4000 Grssom d 5000 4010 4120 3010 4000 3000 3021 4010 Nixon d AGnzlzss Merced rf Carter dh Sprgue3b CDtgdolb O'Brien c SGreenK CGrcla2b TFmdz2b Thome 1b MaWm3b Justice It Rmlrez rt Giles it JuFrco dh SAlmrc Brdersc Vizquel ss Totals abrhbl 5121 4231 4231 4010 4113 3000 1000 4130 4011 0000 4010 Total* 34171 Totals 377157 Toronto 000 100 000—1 Cleveland 200 140 OOx-7 DP—Toronto 2. LOB—Toronto 10, Cleveland 6.28—Carter (5), Sprague (16), SGreen 2 (3), CGarcia (5), TFemandez (6), SAIomar (8). HR—Grissom (2), TFemandez (3), Thome (6), Justice (10). CS—Thome (1). IP H RER BB SO Toronto Person L.0-2 11-32 2 2 0 3 Fkmer 22-3 74402 Timlin 3 41103 Quantrill 1 20000 Cttnland JMcDHW,3-2 8 61138 Mesa • 1 10002 Ftener pitched to 3 batters In the 5th. HBP—by JMcDoweU (O'Brien). WP—Flener. Umpires—Home, Clark; First, Morrison; Second, Bamett; Third, Ko»c. T-2:40.A-42,463 (42,400). BREWERS 1, ATHLETICS 0 OAKLAND MILWAUKEE abrhbl abrhbl Msnore d 3000 Bumttz rt 4110 Giambi dh 4010 ClriHo 3b 5 0 1 t Cnseco H 4010 Nilsson dh 3020 McGwi tb 2000Jaha1b 2010 Berroa rf 4000 NwMd If 4000 Splezk>2b 3010 Carrd 0000 Brosius3b 3000 JsValtnss 2010 GoWmsc 3000 GeWmsd 4000 Mgdan ph 0000 Huson 2b 3000 MoWerpr 0000 Mthenyc 2010 2000 Levlsc 1000 1010 29 040 Milwaukee McDonald 52-3 8 4 2 1 6 FlorieL.1-1 1-33221 1 Vlllone 3 10020 Florle pitched to 4 batters In the 7th. HBP—by WAdams (Clrlllo). WP—WAdams. Umpires—Home, Garcia; First, Ford; Second, Rellty; Third, Young. T—3:32. A—8,015 (53,192). National League EXP09 19, GIANTS 3 MONTREAL SAN FRAN •brhM abrhbl Grdzlnss 6231 Javtwd 1100 Orsulaktb 1010 Aurlliass 4111 Losing 2b 5345 Bond; H 3010 Slnkwc 2b 1010 Benard H 2000 RWhlte d 7341 Kent 2b 3000 Segul 1b 6 3 30 OHM rf 3001 LSmlthp 00 OU Snowlb 3021 Uiblna p 0000 Poole p 0000 HRdrgzlf 2114 Tvarezp 0000 SntngtoH 3221 DHenryp 0000 VQrera rl 5331 RRdrgz p 0000 Strange 3b 6134 RWIkns ph 1010 Widow c 6112 Beckp 0000 Juden p 4000 MLewis 3b 4000 MValds p 1000 Jensen c 4120 ObandoII 1000 Roap 0000 Mueller 36 2010 ToW. 54192619 Totalt 30313 Montreal 001 05(13) 000-19 San Frandaco 210 000 000— 3 E—AuriHa (2), Kent (1). DP—Montreal 2, San Francisco 1. LOB—Montreal 11, San Francisco 10. 2B—Grudzielanek (13), RWhlte (5), Segul (9), Santangelo (5), VGuerrero (1), Strange (4), Jensen (2). HR—Lansing 2 (4), RWhlte (8), HRodnguez (6). SB—Bonds (5). S—OFeman- dez. SF—Aurflla. IP H RER BB SO MofitrMi Juden W.3-0 51-3 7 3 3 4 3 MValdes 2-300000 Torres 1 00000 LSmlth 1 10001 UrWna 1 00011 San Franelaeo OFmdzL.3-3 41-3 9 6 5 1 3 Roa 2-344400 Poote 1-355501 Tavarez 2-344400 DHenry 1 00010 RRodriguez 1 20000 Beck 120001 Roa pitched to 4 batters In the 6th. HBP—by Tavarez (VGuerrero), by Juden (OFemandez), by Juden (Kent). WP-^luden, DHenry. Balk—Roa. Umpires—Home, Pondno; First, Marsh; Second, Wendelstedt; Third, Kellogg. T—3:19. A—9,598(62,000). BRAVES 3, MARLINS 2 10 Innlnga ATLANTA FLORIDA abrhbl abrhbl Lofton d 4020 MNard2b 3010 Tucker rt 4010 Abbott 2b 2120 WhkHsp 0000 Rnterlass 4021 Byrdp 0000 Ftoydlf 4110 JLopezc 1000 Powell p 0000 Lcktirtab 3000 AArlasph 1000 Mrdcal 3b 2000 Shfflekf rf 4000 McGrtMb 4221 Aloud 4010 KleskoII 4020 Bonia3b 4011 Lemke2b 2000 Conine 1b 3000 EddPrzc 3001 Cookp 0000 ChJnesph 1.010 Cngk*lll 1000 Grffnnopr 0100 CJhnsnc 4000 Bekwklp 0000 Rappp 1000 Blauserss 1000 Esnrdilb 2010 GMduxp 3000 AJonesrf 1000 Totals 33312 Total* 37292 Atlanta 000 010 100 1—3 Florida 000 000 110 0—2 E-Blauser (6), Bonllla (5). DP—Atlanta 2, Florida 2. LOB—Atlanta 6, Florida 7. 2B— Lofton (6), Abbott (1). HB-McGrifl (5). SB— Renteria (5). CS—Lofton (7), Tucker (2). S— Lemke 2, Blauser, Rapp. IP H RER BB SO Atlanta GMaddux 72-3 6 2 2 0 2 Wohlen 1-310001 ByrdW,2-0 1 00002 Stairs ph Total. Oakland IMIwaukaa Totalt ,0frrmn2b OHwrdss >bert«ll .Demon « •VHMoph •Nnglb 'Cooper Ib MISwyph COavisdti abrhbl 4323 4113 3122 1010 4112 4000 2210 1000 4100 3221 4110 BLHntrcf Hggnsnl Frymn3b Nevln3b ToClrkfb Haroefcidh Nbvesrt Tramlrf Eailey2b Csnovac DCruzss Dyerf Spehr c TQitticf TeWs 36391 Tolala 34121111 KansaaCHy 200 001 000-9 OfkoN 240 ISO 00»-12 • E-TGood*ln (1), Fryman (4), Ura (2). DP- Kaniai Cily 1, Detroit 1. LOB-Kanua City 10, Detroit 7. 26-Oflermin (3), JBeil (5), Nievee (7). HR—Higglnaon (4), Fryman (7), ToClark (10). SB-jeel (2), Roberts (4), King (4), BL- Hunter (14). IP H RER BB SO Kansas Cay P«st»yL,0-3 12-3 5 6 6 3 0 RVeres 3 45523 MtWIWams 11-31 1 1 3 2 JMonlgonwry 1 10001 JWaker 1 00001 Detroit Lira W, 1-2 6 73136 Baulista 2 10002 MMyere 1 10001 HBP—by Bautlsta (Spehr), by RVeres (ToClark). WP—RVeres, Lira. Umpires-Home, Brlnkman; First, Cousins; Second, Welke; Third, Kaiser. T—3:05. A—7,949 (52,416). nut YANKEES S, RANOSHi 2 atarhbl 3010 1000 4220 5000 5021 3000 40 1 1 4030 3000 3000 M 2 9 2 NEWYOHK Raktattt Boggi3b BeWroscf TMrtnz 1b Raklardh O'tWIrt Jetass Glrardlc Sok)2b akrhW 2011 4000 4000 4111 4110 3110 3120 3112 3011 MoLmr2b BHpkn2t Hdrgzc Qrear If JuGrfedh WCtarktb Palmar 31) LStvnirt Bufordcf Giu Tee* TUM NMYuk E-O'NeUI (1), Sojo (t). DP-New York 1. LOB-Texai 11, New York 3. 28-lRoditguej (6), Palmar (6), Raines (S), Glean* (6). HR— TMartinez (14). SB-LStevens (1), Raines (4). CS— LStevens (1), Jeter (1). SF-flaines. IP H RH IB 80 Taxaa Burkina, 1-2 7 85514 Gunderson 1 00001 ToWa at 5 1 s 101 MO ON— 2 041 AM «8i— 5 301 71 000 000 000—0 000 000 101—1 E—JsVakmtJn (2). DP—Oakland 1, Milwaukee 1. LOB—Oakland 9, Milwaukee 13. 2B— Nilsson 2 (7). SB—Brosius (5), BumHz 2 (8), Js- Vakwitln 2 (2). IP H HER BB SO Oakland Karsay 6 50031 SMtgmL,O1 2-311130 ASmall 2-310011 Groom 1-300010 Wengert 1-300000 MUwaukaa D'Amlco 6 20047 Fetters W.1-0 2 00013 DoJonesS.6 1 20010 HBP-by D'Amico (Batista). Umpires—Home, Ford; First, Reilly; Second, Young; Third, Garcia. T—3:20. A—10,044 (53,192). LATE TUESDAY BOXSCORES MARINERS 7, WHITE SOX 6 BtelecklS,2 Florida Rapp Cook Powell 1,0-1 1 7 12-3 11-3 Umpires—Home, Layne; Flnt, Runge: Second, West; Third, Winters. T—2:56. A—26,838 (41,855). SEATTLE CHICAGO Amaraltf ARdrgzss GifyJrd EMrinzdh Buhner rf Brwerslb Srrenlo 1b DaWlenc abrhbl 4 2 00 20 4022 Espnza2b Duceypr Totala 0000 5010 5111 4011 0100 407147 Drham2b DaMtnzd DLewlsph FThmstb Bete II Bainesdh LMoutiirt Snopek3b NMartnSb Krkvoec OGulnss ToWa abrhbl 4100 3120 1000 5121 4212 4011 3000 0000 3010 4111 3000 34115 102 MO 040-7 300 200 100-1 E—Espinoza (1). DP-Chlcago 1. LOB— Seattle 10, Chicago 7. 2B—Griffey Jr (6), RDavIs (11), DaMartinez (3;, Balnes (1), NMartin (2). HR—Belle (5), Karkovlce (3). SB— Amaral 2 (7), Durham (9), Belle (2). CS— Durham (5). H> SMttto DeMartnaz AyalaW,3-1 1 McCarthy 2-3 1 Chicago METS 4, ASTROS 1 NEW YORK HOUSTON abrhbl 3011 Bkjgb2b 1110 Abieu rt 3000 4001 3000 5000 4030 4100 4120 3020 1112 It 4104 Bleserd Everett d AHonzo3b Otorudtb HnrJeyc GWeylf Baerga2fi Ochoarl Alxndrss Rynosop Hotkey ph Tolala New York Houaton abrhbl 4000 4010 3111 4010 3000 1000 3010 3000 2000 2000 1000 30 1 4 1 000 010 003-4 100 on ooo-i Bgwelltb De Belief THwrdN JMoutnph Berry 3b Asmusc Gterrez ss Rynldsp Spiers ph Tolala E-Berry (4). LOB-New York 10, Houston 4 2B—Berry (2). HR—Huskey (4), Bagwell (10) SB-Everett (S), Bagwell (2). S-AKonzo. SF- Bkwer, Oterud. NawYork ReynosoW,2-0 JoFrancoS.B Houaton Reynolds Martin 1,1-1 H HER BB 80 Umpires— Home, Danley; First, Davis; Sec end, Hernandez; Third, Rapuano. T— 2:65. A— 12,574 (53,621). CARDINALS 14, PHILLIES 7 H RER BB SO 61-3 8 6 Chariton S,8 Alvarez Levlne TCatUk) L,2-3 Sknaa 1-3 12-3 1 HBP—by DeMarllnez (Belle), by DeMartlnez (LMoulon). Umpkat—Home, Evans; First, McCoy; Second, Craft; Third, Meriwalher. T-3:34. A-19,316 (44,321). ConaW,4-2 6 72130 fWaon 2 20014 MHvemS,10 1 00010 WP— Cong. PB— Glrardl. Uinpka»— Home, Ro«; Flnt, Merrill; Second, Scott Thlid, PhUlps. T— 2:55. A— 18,776(57,645). ORIOLES 3, AHOEL8 0 ANATHIU SALTaWWE ATHLETICS 8, BREWERS t OAKLAND MILWAUKEE abrhbl 4110 4022 1100 4110 1000 3110 5132 4010 5001 2010 1000 4121 U«12« Mthwecf Giant! If EnYngcf Cnsecorl McGwrtb Mgdan Ib Berroadh abrhbl 5110 4210 5121 3010 0000 3111 0000 5022 4010 4000 2000 1000 U594 000 022 200—8 002 020 10U--6 E-Uunore (2), Batista (t), CirUlo (6), Js- Vatontm (1). DP—MUwaukae 2. LOB—Oakland 10, MawaukM 10.26—Giambi (6), Barroa (6), Nitoton (5), Jala (5), JsValanlln (1). SB—Can (1). S—Sptezk). SF-Jtewteld. IP H RER BB SO Oakland WAdams W.2-3 6 74423 ASmall 2 21101 TaykxS,7 t 0 0 0 (2 0 Brosius 3b Maynec GoWmsc Batista ss Tolala Oakland Bumltzrf Cirilk)3b Nteondh Jahalb Carrpr Nwftoldlf Lorettapr JsVallnts GeWmsd Huson 2b Mlhenyc Levisc Tolala PHLA Jtleriesll Mmdnl2b Rolen 3b DauKon rf DeMayit Lbrthalc Brogna Ib Mageed Sprdinp Plnlnbf p Rtfcomp Amaroph Slocker ss BMunzp Mhibsp KJordnph Hudkvd Totata abrhbl 5221 4220 4100 3133 0000 4000 5011 4011 0000 0000 0000 1000 5010 2110 0000 1000 2000 40711 I ST. LOWS DeShld2b DYngtb Lnkfrdd Gantlf Mabryrf Gaelti3b Lmpkinc Clayton ss McGeeph Gallegoss Ragglop MkSwyph Ptkvskp Shaffer ph Frsctrep McQrawp abrhbl 4 1 1 3 2 1 443 522 522 322 300 4 t 2 t 00 000 1 00 000 000 1 00 1 00 000 StLoula Totata 3614131 Ml 040 020200 210 90»—1 E-LWwrthal 2 (4), DeShMda 2 (3), DYouty (6), Qaetll (3). DP—Philadelphia 1, St. Louis LOB—Philadelphia 11, St. Louis 6. 2B— DauMon (5), Lankford (5), Clayton (11). HR— Jefferles (1), Lankford (5), Ganl (5), Gaettl (2 SB—DeShMte (8), DYoung (3), Lankford 2 (6 S-Lampkln. SF—Oaullon. IP H RER BB SO Philadelphia BMunoz Mlmbs RHarris L.0-2 Spradlin Planlenberg Ruflcorn StLoula Raggio Pelkovsek Frsctre W.2-1 McGraw RHarils pitched to 2 batters In the 7th. HBP—by RHarris (Gaeltl), by Potkovsi (MorandJnl). Balk—SpradUn. Umpiraa—Horn*, Vanovar; First, DeMuth Second, Quick; Third, Raliford. T-3:28. A-23,369 (49,676). PIRATES 14, ROCKIES 3 PITTSBURGH COLORADO abrhbl abrhb Wmack2b 6220 EcYng2b 302 AlnsMtd 4123 MMurup 000 31-3 2-3 2 2-3 1-3 1 4 2 2 1 totnlf Biwnlf aJhsn 1b slerss endallc Gllenrl sndaSb «hmdlp IWIksp nhusep nconp 5122 1011 5220 6122 4211 5233 4321 1000 1000 1000 0000 otals 43141713 ttaburgh olorado E—Caslllla (4). DP- JeReed ph McCrryp BRutfnp Burks d Vn Wai rt Bcheltelf LWalkr rf Glrrgatb Caslilla 3b Mnwmc Weiss ss MThsnp Burke p Dlpolo p Bates 2b Totals 1011 0000 0000 2010 2000 0 1 0 020 222 000 1 0 0 0 2 0 000 0000 0000 3000 35 311 3 102 244 001—14 000 000 210- 3 Pittsburgh 2. LOB— tlsburgh 9, Colorado 6. 2B—EBrown (2), Guillen (4). 3B—Womack (4), Weiss (2). HR— Martin (2), Elster (5), Kendall (1), JGuillen (3), anda (2), Galarraga 2 (7). SB—Allensworth 7). S—Schmidt. SF—Allensworth. IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh chmldt 31-3 5 0 0 0 2 JWIIklns W.2-0 31-3 5 2 2 1 4 'alnhouse 11-31 1 1 0 0 Incon 1 00000 Colorado itThsnL.3-3 32-3 5 5 4 2 0 urke 1 44421 ipoto 11-34 4 4 0 1 IMunoz 1 10001 dcCuny 1 10001 Ruffln 1 21102 HBP—by MThompson (Allensworth). WP— BMunoz. Umpires—Home, Hallion; First, Montague; econd, Bell; Third, Rleker. T—3:11. A^I8,056 (50,200). LATE TUESDAY BOXES EXPOS 10, GIANTS 3 MONTREAL SAN FRAN abrhbl irdzln ss 4100 Benard rf Jislng2b 5131 Mueller 3b RWhite d 4221 Bonds If Segul1b 3 1 0 0 Roa p Grerort 4111 Rdrgz If 3110 ntrtgto If 0100 trange 3b 4123 FHcherc 5121 JMtnzp 1000 tandoph 1010 Veres p 0000 etford p 0000 3410127 MLewis ph DHenry p Kenl2b Snowlb Javier d RWIkns c BrryMc Vzcalno ss Aurllla ss Estesp Powell cf Totals abrhbl 4000 3000 3000 0000 1000 0000 3211 4010 3111 2000 1000 1000 2000 2000 2021 31 3 5 3 otala Montreal 000 022 303—10 San Franelaeo 000 010 002- 3 E—Mueller (4). DP—Montreal 1, San Francisco 2. LOB—Montreal 7, San Francisco 7.2B— Lansing (9), HRodrlguez (14), Retcher (3). HR—Strange (2), Kent (7). CS—RWhite (4). 5—PJMartinez. SF—VGuerrero. IP H RER BB SO Montreal MMtnz W.5-0 DVeres elford 7 11-3 2-3 San Franelaeo EstesL,4-2 5 94443 avarez 11-31 3 3 1 0 RRodriguez 2-300010 Roa 110000 DHenry 1- 13001 Estes pitched to 4 batters In the 6th. HBP—by DHenry (Santangelo), by Tavarez RWhite), by PJMartinez (Kent). WP—Tavarez 2. Umpires—Home, Kellogg; First, Pondno; Second, Marsh; Third, Wendelstedt. T—3:13. A—7,904(62,000). CUBS 2, PADRES 1 CHICAGO SAN DIEGO abrhbl McRaed 4020 QVeras2b Dnston ss 3000 Ro)as p 0000 MaGrc 1b 2110 Sosarf 4110 Hanson 3b 3012 Gknlllelf 1000 KschncH 3000 JHmdz 3b 0000 Sndbrg 2b 3000 Servalsc 3000 Foster p 2000 Ddarkph 1000 Tolala 29 2 5 2 Chicago San Diego abrhbl 3001 4010 4010 4030 4000 3000 4120 3010 0000 1000 1000 0000 1000 321 11 000 000 200-2 001 000 000-1 SFInleyd Gwynnrf CmlnltiSb GVghnlf Gomez ss Leefb FBtertyc Hndrsnph Ashbyp CrJnesph Bchderp Plntlerph Totalt W L 22 5 19 8 17 9 17 10 18 12 15 14 12 15 12 18 10 20 6 21 4 20 W L 42 8 39 14 34 15 36 17 32 21 27 25 29 22 30 24 30 23 26 33 19 30 esa State outhem Colorado irt Hays State ebraska-Keamey 13 15 ew Mexico Highlands 9 14 etro Stale 8 18 egls 6 18 olorado Mines 5 21 )enver x x Not eligible lor RMAC or NCAA II champl- nship RMAC TOURNAMENT At Grand Junction, Colo, Today's games 10 s.m. — Southern Colorado vs. Fort Hays ate. 2 p.m. — Mesa State vs. Nebraska-Kearney. 6 p.m. — Southern Colorado-Fort Hays State ser vs. Mesa State/Nebraska-Keamey loser. Junior college NJCAA POLL COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. (AP) — The top 0 teams In the National Junior College Athletic \ssodatk>n Division I men's baseball poll with ecords through May 7 and total points: Record Pts . Meridian, Miss. 46- 5 133 2. Gatveston, Texas 43- 9 110 3. Manatee, Ra. 41- 9 98 4. Seward County 47- 7 96 5. Semlnole State, Okla. 49- 3 80 ;. Spartanburg Methodist, S.C. 41- 8 61 7. Allegany, Md. 34- 6 52 8. Grayson County, Texas 44- 7 42 9. Indian Hills, Iowa 34-12 34 0. DeKalb.Ga. 44-11 29 1. Belleville, III. 44-14 26 2. Scottsdale, Ariz. 38-17 23 3. Hill, Texas 41-13 21 4. Gulf Coast, Fla. 44-12 20 5. Trinidad State, Colo. 41-13 18 6. Wallace State, Ala. 38-11 16 7. Dixie, Utah 39-13 15 8. Crowder, Mo. 43-12 14 9. Bllnn, Texas 38-15 13 0. Olney Central, III 44-14 11 le) Cowley County 42-9 11 Basketball E-JHemandez (2). DP—Chicago 1, San Diego 2. LOB—Chicago 3, San Diego 8.2B— McRae (8), Sosa (7), Caminltl 2 (7). CS— Gwynn (1). S—Dunston, Ashby. SF—QVeras. IP H RER BB SO Chicago FoeterW,3-2 7 61115 TAdams 1 20001 Ro|asS,3 t 00012 San Diego Ashby L.2-2 7 52216 Bochtksr 2 00011 Umpires—Home, Hlrschbeck, M.; First Froemmlng; Second, Rlppley; Third, Williams C. T-2:29. A-13,479 (69,772). REDS 3, DODGERS 2 CWCWNATI LOSANQELES abrhbl abrhbl DSndrscf 4121 Hlndswcf 5120 Raesass 5010 Qagness 5011 HMoristb 4110 Piazza c 5020 RSndrs rf 4000 Karros Ib 3000 Tbnseelf 2001 WGreropr 0000 Pndlton ph t 0 0 0 Mndesl rf 4121 Shaw p 0000 Zeile 3b 4000 Bmlteyp 0000 Ashley If 4010 EduPrzph 1111 Quthriep 0000 Morgan p 0000 UrUnoph 1000 Rmlngrp 0000 Cislro2b 4010 Boone2b 4010 WWamtph 1000 WGmt 3b 3010 Astacto p 2000 Bmson 3b 2000 Butler ph 1000 JOtverc 4000 Rdnskyp 0000 Burba p 2000 Ontoftp 0000 LHrris ph 1 0 0 0 Klrby cf 1000 Belinda p 0000 CGdwin If 1010 Totals 38 3 8 3 Totals 40 2 9 Cincinnati 000 110 000 01- Los Angelas 100 000 001 00-2 E—Gagne (4). DP—Los Angeles 1. LOB- Cinclnnatl 7, Los Angeles 9.2B—WGreene (6| Hollandsworth (6), Piazza (4), Mondesi (6; HR—DSanders (2), EduPerez (1), Mondesi (7; SB—Karros (2). CS—Hollandsworth (2). S— DSanders, HMorris. SF—Taubonsee. IP H RER BB SO Cincinnati Burba 6 7112 Belinda 1 0000 Shaw 1 0000 BranUeyW.1-1 2 1110 Morgan 1-31 002 Remlinger S,1 2-30000 Loe Angeles Astack) 7 4211 Radinsky 1-32 0 0 1 Drelfort 12-3 0 0 0 0 Guthrie L.1-1 2 2110 Umpires—Home, Gregg; First, Davidson; Sec ond, Gorman; Third, Bonln. T—3:23. A—38,241 (56,000). Texas League Eulsrn Division W L Jackson (Astros) 17 14 Arkansas (Cards) 15 14 Shreveport (Giants) 15 15 Tulsa (Rangers) 13 17 Western Division San Antonio (LA) 21 9 Midland (Angels) 17 15 El Paso (Blowers) 15 17 Wichita (Royals) 9 21 Wadnaadty'a Qamaa El Paso 6, Jackson 5 Arkansas 12, Mldland3 Shreveport 6, Wichita 5 Tulsa 8, San Antonio 3 Thursday's Gamae El Paso al Jackson Midland at Arkansas Shreveport at Wichita Pet. .548 .517 .500 .433 .700 ,531 .469 .300 x-Cllnched conference tournament berth. Wednesday's results Wichita Slate 8, Kansas State 0; Southeast ssouri al Missouri. flCHITA STATE 8, KANSAS STATE 0 insas State 000 000 000 — 0 31 Ichita State 121 100 03x — 8 11 2 WP — Foral (10-3). LP — Wells (4-4). 2B — S: Beuerleln. HR — WS: Ryan, Reese. ROCKY MOUNTAIN ATHLETIC CONFERENCE Conference All Games W 23 21 20 W L 41 13 36 15 42 12 22 27 17 22 20 29 12 38 16 31 12 34 NBA playoffs SECOND ROUND (Bsst-of-7) Tuesday, May 6 Chicago 100, Atlanta 97, Chicago leads series •0 Utah 103, LA. Lakers 101, Utah leads series •0 Wednesday, May 7 New York 88, Miami 79, New York leads series •0 Seattle 106, Houston 101, series tied 1-1 Thureday, May 8 Atlanta at Chicago, 7 p.m. Utah at LA. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. KNICKS BB, HEAT 79 NEW YORK (68) Johnson 4-8 6-614, Oakley 3-7 5-511, Ewing •23 8-8 24, Houston 8-196-7 27, Childs 1-5 14, Starks 1 -8 2-2 4, B.Williams 0-1 0-0 0, Ward •2 2-2 4. Totals 26-73 30-32 88. MIAMI (79) Mashbum 5-14 1-2 14, Brown 2-7 2-2 6, Mourning 7-16 6-13 20, Lenard 0-6 2-2 2, Hardaway 7-17 6-8 21, Austin 2-5 0-0 4, Majerle 2-6 •2 4, Crolty 2-3 1-2 5, Asklns 1-2 0-0 3. Totals 28-7618-31 79. NawYork 23 14 29 22—88 Uaml 23 16 16 24-70 3-Point goals—New York 6-14 (Houston 5-7, Childs 1 -2, Johnson 0-1, Starks 0-4), Miami 5-25 Mashbum 3-7, Asklns 1-2, Hardaway 1-6, doumlng 0-1, Crotty 0-1, Majerle 0-3, Lenard 05). Fouled out—Childs. Rebounds—New York 57 (Ewing 16), Miami 53 (Brown 12). Assists— New York 14 (Johnson, Ward 5), Miami 19 Hardaway 6). Total fouls—New York 25, Miami 28. Technical—Hardaway. A—14,870 (15,200). SONICS 106, ROCKETS 101 SEATTLE (106) Schrempl 4-7 9-102-6 17, Kemp 7-12 8-9 22, 'erklns 5-11 4-418, Hawkins 6-13 6-6 21, Payton 6-20 4-4 17, Cummings 3-8 0-0 6, Wingate 2-5 0-0 5. Totals 33-76 31-33 106. HOUSTON (101) Ella 2-4 2-5 8, Berkley 6-14 7-8 21, Olajuwon 7-15 5-6 19, Drexler 10-16 2-3 25, Maloney 2-6 0-0 5, Willis 6-9 0-2 12, Threat! 1-5 0-2 3, Johnson 1-6 6-6 8. Totals 35-77 22-32 101. Seattle 32 33 17 24-106 Houaton 30 17 23 31-101 3-Polnl goals—Seattle 9-27 (Perkins 4-9, Hawkins 3-6, Wingate 1-3, Payton 1-7, Schrempl 0-2), Houston 9-27 (Drexler 3-6, Elle 2-3, Berkley 2-4, Threat! 1 -5, Maloney 1 -7, Johnson 0-2). Fouled out—Elle. Rebounds—Seattle 45 (Kemp 15), Houston 52 (Olajuwon 12). Assists—Seattle 21 (Payton 9), Houston 25 (Drexler 8). Total foute—Seattle 24, Houston 25. Technicals—Kemp, Barkley, Olajuwon. A— 16,285(16,265). LATE TUESDAY JAZZ 103, LAKERS 101 LA. LAKERS (101) Hony 7-7 0-0 21, Campbell 2-5 3-4 7, O'Neal 10-25 5-10 25, Jones 0-3 0-0 0, Van Exel 6-17 2-3 15, Kersey 2-3 1-2 5, Scott 7-11 7-7 24, Bryant 1-1 OX) 2, Rooks 0-0 0-0 0, Knight 1-1 002. Totals 36-73 18-26 101. UTAH (103) Russell 5-7 2-2 14, Malone 12-26 7-9 31, Ostertag 1-1 2-2 4, Homacek 5-11 9-9 21, Stockton 5-9 6-6 16, Foster 3-4 3-4 9, Elsley 1-2 2-2 4, Morris 1-4 0-0 2, Carr 0-1 2-2 2, Anderson 0-0 000. Totals 33-65 33-38103. LA. Lakers 24 31 30 16-101 Utah 27 32 28 16-103 3-Polnt goals—Los Angeles 11-18 (Horry 7-7, Scott 3-5, Van Exel 1-6), Utah 4-13 (Russell 2-4, Homacek 2-4, Morris 0-2, Stockton 0-3). Fouled out—Russell, Ostertag. Rebounds—Los Angeles 40 (O'Neal 12), Utah 42 (Malone 11). Assists—Los Angeles 24 (Van Exel 12), Utah 26 (Hornacek, Stockton 7). Total fouls—Los Angeles 24, Utah 27. Technicals—Van Exel, Los Angeles illegal defense 4, Utah illegal defense 2. A—19,911 (19,911). and speed In mph: 1. (98) John Andrettl, Indianapolis, Ford, 193.627. 2. (77) Bobby Hillln Jr., Midland, Texas, Ford, 193.271. 3. (3) Dale Earnhardt, Kannapolls, N.C., Chevrolet, 192.699. 4. (2) Rusty Wallace, St. Louis, Mo., Ford, 192.397. 5. (31) Mike Skinner, Susanvllle, Calif., Chevrolet, 192.343. 6. (33) Ken Schrader, Fenton. Mo., Chevrolet, 192.293. 7. (28) Emle Irvan, Salinas, Calif., Ford, 192.023. 8. (18) Bobby Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Pontiac, 191.704. 9. (B8) Dale Jarrelt. Hickory, N.C., Ford, 191.574. 10. (94) Bill Elliott, Dawsonvllle, Ga., Ford, 191.489. 11. (24) Jeff Gordon, Pittsboro, Ind., Chevrolet, 191.302. 12. (36) Derrike Cope, Spanaway, Wash., Pontiac, 191.260. 13. (20) Greg Sacks, Mattltuck, N.Y., Ford, 191.184. 14. (9) Lake Speed, Jackson, Miss., Ford, 191.058. 15. (75) Rick Mast, Rockbridge Baths, Va., Ford. 190.924. 16. (4) Sterling Marlin, Columbia, Tenn., Chevrolet, 190.810. 17. (30) Johnny Benson Jr., Grand Rapids, Mich., Pontiac, 190.692. 18. (6) Mark Martin. Balesville, Ark., Ford, 190.291. 19. (7) Geoff Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 190.257. 20. (23) Jimmy Spencer, Berwick, Pa., Ford, 190.181. 21. (44) Kyle Petty, Randleman, N.C., Pontiac, 189.898. 22. (29) Robert Pressley, Ashoville, N.C., Chevrolet, 189.819. 23. (8) Hut Strlcklln, Calera, Ala., Ford, 189.767. 24. (41) Steve Grissom, Gadsden, 'Ala., Chevrolet, 189.665. 25. (22) Ward Burton, South Boston, Va., Pontiac, 189.451. 26. (90) Dick Trickle, Wisconsin Rapids, WIs., Ford, 189.410. 27. (46) Wally Dallenbach Jr., Basalt, Colo., Chevrolet, 189.309. 28. (21) Michael Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, 189.238. 29. (10) Ricky Rudd, Chesapeake, Va., Ford, 189.178. 30. (81) Kenny Wallace, SI. Louis, Mo., Ford, 189.148. 31. (11) Brett Bodlne, Chemung, N.Y., Ford, 189.141. 32. (40) Joe Nemechek, Orange, Calif., Chevrolet, 189.088. 33. (25) Ricky Craven, Newburgh, Maine, Chevrolet, 189.077. 34. (96) David Green, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, 189.036. 35. (43) Bobby Hamilton, Nashville, Tenn., Pontiac, 188.980. 36. (5) Terry Labonte, Corpus Christ!, Texas, Chevrolet, 188.947. 37. (71) Dave Marcis, Wausau, Wis., Chevrolet, 188.768. 38. (16) Ted Musgrave, Franklin, WIs., Ford, 188.656. .39. (99) Jeff Burton, South Boston, Va., Ford, provisional. 40. (37) Jeremy Mayfield, Owensboro, Ky., Ford, provisional. 41. (1) Morgan Shepherd, Conover, N.C., Pontiac, provisional. 42. (97) Chad Uttle, Spokane, Wash., Pontiac, provisional. . 43. (17) Darrell Waltrip, Owensboro, Ky., Chevrolet, provisional. Indy 500 PRACTICE SPEEDS INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Top speeds in practice lor the May 25 Indianapolis 500, with driver, hometown or country, car number, chassis-engine, and average speed In mph around the 21/2-mlle Indianapolis Motor Speedway track (r- rookle): 1. Arle Luyendyk, Netherlands, No. 5, G Force-Aurora, 220.297. 2. Scott Sharp, Danville, Calif., No. 1, G Force- Aurora, 217.402. 3. Jim Guthrie, Albuquerque, N.M., No. 27, Dallara-Aurora, 216.076. 4. Robby Gordon, Cornelius, N.C., No. 42, G Force-Aurora, 215.993. 5. Tony Stewart, Indianapolis, No. 2, G Force- Aurora, 215.750. 6. Fermln Velez, Spain, No. 33, Dallara-Aurora, 214.174. 7. Buddy Lazier, Vail, Colo., No. 91, Dallara-ln- finitl, 214.128. 8. Scott Goodyear, Canada, No. 6, G Force- Aurora, 214.123. 9. Robbie Buhl, Grosse Polnte, Mich., No. 3, G Force-Aurora, 213.843. 10. Buzz Calkins, Denver, No. 12, G Force-Aurora, 213.792. Tennis High school TOPEKA INVITATIONAL Turn scores Blue Valley North 61, Sallna Central 51, Shawnee Mission East 50, Blue Valley Northwest 41, Topeka West 36, Topeka High 26, Shawnee Mission South 26, Lawrence 25, Manhattan 21, Topeka High Gold 18, Topeka West White 18, Southeast of Saline 9. Individual results Singles No. 1 — 1. Stroer, SC, del. DeKlnder, BVN, 63,6-4; 3. Kopmeyer, SME, def. Currie, SES, 9-8 No. 2 — 1. Pinion, BVN, def. New, SME, 6-3, 6-3; 3. Medved, TW, def. Horn, BVNW, 8-6 No. 3—1. Martin, SME, def. Davis, BVN, 6-3, 6-1; 3. Jones, SC, def. Johnson, BVNW, 8-7 Doubles No. 1 — Dlckerson-Waltz, BVN, del. Huseman-Lamb, SC, 6-3, 6-3; DeBaun-Klngsley, SMS, def. Humphrey-Snail, TW, 8-6 No. 2 — S. Kembell-B. Kembell, BVN, def. Wilson-Hoffman, SC, 6-3, 7-6; Cotfman-Provo, SME, del. Angelo-Widman, BVNW, 6-5. Othar Central results Singles No. 2—5. Koeppl, SC, def. Vanfelt, TW, 8-6. General Meeting Sallna Babe Ruth will have a meeting at 7 p.m., Sunday at Handy Bank South. Parents and coaches are Invited to attend. Transactions BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS—Purchased the contract of IB Bob Hamelin from Toledo of the Interna- Heckey NHL playoffs CONFERENCE SEMIFINALS (Baal of aavan) Tuesday, Uay 6 N.Y. Rangers 3, New Jersey 2, New York leads series 2-1 Detroit 6, Anaheim 3, Detroit leads series 3-0 Wednesday, Idy 7 Philadelphia 4, Buffalo 1, Philadelphia leads sorltis 3-0 Edmonton 4, Colorado 3, Colorado leads series 2-1 Thursday, May 6 New Jersey at N.Y. Rangers, 6:30 p.m. Detroit at Anaheim, 9:30 p.m. Auto racing NASCAR WINSTON 600 LINEUP TALLADEGA, Ala. (AP) — Lineup for Saturday's rain-delayed Winston 500 al Talladega Su- perspeedway, with car number In parentheses, driver, hometown, make of car (Chevrolet Monte Carlo, Ford ThunderUrd or Ponllac Grand Prix) National Lugu* NEW YORK METS-Designated RHP Toby Borland for assignment. Recalled RHP Cory U- dle from Norfolk of the International League. PITTSBURGH PIRATES—Named Steve Greenberg vice president of new ballpark development and communications. Placed LHP Matt Ruebel on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Clint Sadowsky from Calgary of the PCL. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Placed OF Brian Jordan on the 15-day disabled list. Recalled RHP Rich Batchelor from Louisville of the American Association. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association BOSTON CELTICS-Announced that M.L Carr, director of basketball operations, has resigned and will become executive vice president for corporate development. Fired Rick WelU- man, head scout, and Jon Jennings, director of basketball development. Named Jim O'Brien and Winston Bennett assistant coaches. FOOTBALL National Football League NEW YORK GIANTS-Slgned G Cayetano Castro. COLLEGE ABILENE CHRISTIAN—Named Wayne Williams women's basketball coach. AUGUSTA STATE—Announced the resignation of Clint Bryanl, men's basketball coach, but will continue as athletic director. DUKE—Named Al Bushier director of track. Promoted Jan Sarnuelson Ogilvle to women's head track and field coach and Norm Ogilvle to men's associate head track and field coach. GEORGIA STATE-Named Michael Perry men's assistant basketball coach. LAMAR—Named Leonard Drake men's assistant basketball coach. MCNEESE STATE—Announced the resignation of Brad Holland, assistant baseball coach. MIDWESTERN STATE-Named Jennifer JhU women's basketball coach. r SPORTS DIGEST Auto pacing INDIANAPOLIS — Arie Luyendyk, the track record-holder, raised this year's top speed in Indianapolis 500 practice to 220.297 mph Wednesday. Luyendyk set a record with a lap of more than 237 mph last year, but all speeds are down because of the new cars being used by the Indy Racing League. Baseball NEW YORK — George Steinbrenner faces suspension from baseball's ruling executive council for suing the sport over the Yankees' Adidas deal, two baseball officials told The Associated Press on Tuesday. In addition, the council may start an investigation that could lead to the owner's third suspension from control of his team, the officials said, speaking on condition they not be identi-. fied. The 10-man executive council, which governs baseball in the absence of a commissioner, will meet Tuesday in Chicago and discuss Steinbrenner's possible suspension from the council and whether to begin an investigation that could lead to his suspension from the Yankees. Under the Major League Agreement, teams and owners are prohibited from suing the commissioner's office. Because of that provision, the officials said it would be close to impossible for the council to keep Steinbrenner as a member. DETROIT — Denny McLain, the last pitcher to win 30 games in a season, was sentenced to eight years in prison and ordered to pay $2.5 million on Wednesday for stealing from the pension plan of a company that went bankrupt 18 months after he bought it. The 53-year-old former Detroit Tigers star declined to make a statement during his sentencing hearing and showed no reaction when U.S. District Judge Patrick Duggan sentenced him. McLain, who also has served time for racketeering and drug charges, and his business partner were convicted in December of five counts. They were accused of stealing $3 million from the pension fund of Peet Packing Co., then using the money for company debts and personal investments. McLain must pay the $2.5 million in restitution plus interest dating to Feb. 17,1994, just after he bought the company. Basketball LUBBOCK, Texas — Texas Tech center Tony Battle and guard Cory Carr called a news conference for today to disclose whether they will enter the National Basketball Association Draft. The Fort Worth (Texas) Star-Telegram, citing a source with direct knowledge of a letter Battle sent to the NBA office, said the 6-foot-ll junior plans to enter the June 25 draft. Battle averaged 18.8 points, 11.8 rebounds and 2.5 blocked shots last season for the 19-9 Red Raiders, who lost in the second round of the NCAA tournament to Stanford. The 6-foot-4 Carr averaged a team-high 23.1 points and 2.9 assists. The paper reported that Red Raiders coach James Dickey said neither player is ready for the NBA. AMES, Iowa — The probable loss of Iowa State recruit C.J. Bruton has forced coach Tim Floyd to once again focus on point guard. Bruton, a 6-foot- 2 guard who helped lead Indian Hills Community College to the national junior college championship in March, said he will pass up his final two years of eligibility if he is selected in next month's NBA draft. "It's a dream — I want a shot to see where I stand," said Bruton, who averaged 12.8 points and 6.6 assists last season. If he is not drafted, Bruton can still play for Iowa State as long as he does not sign with an agent. And if he is picked, he could return to college if he announces the decision within 30 days of the June 25 draft. But Floyd said he doesn't expect Bruton to play for the Cyclones. If he is not drafted, Bruton could attempt to follow his father's footsteps. Cal Bruton played at Wichita State and professionally in Australia. The Brutons reside in Perth, Australia. The Cyclones have already prepared for Bruton's possible departure, signing 6- foot-1 point guard Paris Corner of Beaumont, Texas. Floyd also has signed 6-3 swing player Delvin Washington from Butler County. COLUMBIA, Mo. — Efforts to build a new basketball arena at the University of Missouri-Columbia got off to a great start a year ago with a $10 million gift. But since Bill and Nancy Laurie of Columbia announced the gift, no new private money has been raised, hopes for state funding have evaporated and students have protested a proposed fee hike to help finance the project. And Tuesday, Missouri interim chancellor Richard Wallace said the projected cost of the arena has increased 20 percent. "As hard as we pressed the architects and ourselves to keep a design figure of $50 million, it looks like it will be $60 million," Wallace said. Golf NEW YORK — John Daly, who leaves alcohol rehabilitation on Friday, makes his first public golf appearance since undergoing treatment at the Mystic Rock Pro-Am near Pittsburgh on Memorial Day, his agent said. Daly, who entered the Betty Ford .center after a wild night of drinking March 27 at the Players Championship in Jacksonville, Fla., will be one of three dozen pros at the fundraiser for the Leukemia Society, including Tiger Woods, PGA champion Mark Brooks and Mark O'Meara. LOS ANGELES — UCLA has decided to appeal a ruling by the NCAA committee on infractions barring the women's softball team from competing in the upcoming national tournament. That means the fourth-ranked Bruins (39-11) will be eligible to play in the NCAA tournament since an appeal won't be considered until well after the competition finishes. SPORTS HOTLINE PHONE NUMBERS OF INTEREST Heart of America Sports Camps 813-827-6229 Heartland Park Topeka ticket office 913-862-7223 Kansas City Chiefs ticket otfk» 816-924-9400 Kansas City Royals ticket office 800-676-9257 Kansas Slate University ticket office 800-221-2287 Kansas Wildlife & Parks (Hays otllca/flshlng report) ^813-628-8614 Sallna Municipal Qorl Course (clubhouse) 913-826-7450 . Sallna Parka & Racraatlon office 913-826-7434 Sallna Parka & Racraatlon Information 913-826-7464 KSAL Sporta Talk Show (KSAL, 1160-AM) 800-30B-1160 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (ressrvatlora) 913-299-3434 The Woodlands (K.C.) Racetrack (race results) 913-229-3636 University of Kansas Ucket office 913-864-3141 Wichita Greyhound Paik 316-765-4000 WkWta State University ticket office ' 316-978-3W7

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