The Baltimore Sun from Baltimore, Maryland on June 14, 1990 · 38
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40 SPORTS f THE SUN THURSDAY, JUNE 14, 1936 Sports briefly Off the beat PAGE ml QUICK HITS Talk about inflation Portland's original owners paid $3.7 million for an NBA expansion franchise in 1970 and sold the Trail Blazers for $70 million in 1988. Smith picks on Braves Cardinals right-hander Bryn Smith has 13 career wins against the Braves. Sports on TV Baseball 7:30 p.m. Milwaukee Brewers at Baltimore Orioles HTS 7:30 p.m. Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia Phillies WGN I a.m. Milwaukee Brewers at Baltimore Orioles, (rerun) HTS Pro basketball 9 p.m. NBA Finals, Game 5: Detroit at Portland 33) HI Boxing 9:30 p.m. Michael Carbajal vs. Fernando Martinez, for NABF light flyweight title, 12 rounds ESPN OoH II a.m. U.S. Open, early first-round play ESPN 5 pjn. U.S. Open, late first-round play ESPN 7:30 p.m. U.S. Open, first round, (rerun) ESPN 11:30 p.m. U.S. Open, first-round highlights 9$ CD - Soccer -f 2:53 p.m. 1990 World Cup: Italy vs. United States TNT Sports on radio a Baseball 7:39 p.m. Milwaukee at Baltimore . WBAL (1090 AM), WTOP (1500 AM) 7 p.m. Durham at Frederick WZYQ (820 AM) 7 pjn. New Britain at Hagerstown WJEJ (1240 AM) Z Sports talk 5 p.m. Sports at Five WCBM (680 AM) 6 p.m. Phil Wood Show WYST (1010 AM) 6 p.m. Sportsline with Jeff Rimer WBAL (1090 AM) 10:30 D.m. Stan The Fan with Stan Charles WCAO (600 AM) Sports calendar Baseball Milwaukee at Baltimore, Memorial Stadium, 7:35 p.m. Durham at Frederick, Grove Stadium, 7:05 p.m. New Britain at Hagerstown, Municipal Stadium, 7:05 p.m. Harness racing Delmarva Downs, Ocean City, 7:20 p.m. Horse racing Laurel Race Course, 1 p.m. Running WrJRC Twilight Series, Pleasant Valley, 7 p.m. Award Hockey NHL Hall of Fame SportsChannel America play-by-play voice Jiggs McDonald has been selected by the NHL Broadcasters' Association as the 1990 recipient of the Foster Hewitt Memorial Award for outstanding contributions and achievements in hockey broadcasting and will be honored at the annual induction ceremonies in Toronto. McDonald is the voice of the New York Islanders, and previously called Atlanta Flames games. Today in sports "1922 Gene Sarazen edges Bobby Jones and John Black to win the US. Open Golf tournament. ,4934 Max Baer stops Primo Camera in 1 1th round in New York to win the world heavyweight title. - 1952 Julius Boros wins the U.S. Open golf tournament over Ed Oliver by four strokes. 1958 Tommy Bolt beats Gary Player by four strokes to win the the U.S. Open golf tournament. 1958 Great Britain beats the United States 4-3 at Wimbledon to win the Wrightman Cup, the first win for Britain since 1930. 1981 Donna Caponi Young wins the LPGA championship by one stroke over Jerilyn Britz and Pat Meyers. 1987 The Los Angeles Lakers win their 10th NBA Championship with a 106-93 victory over the Boston Celtics in Game 6 at the LA Forum. Upcoming Volleyball clinic at Morgan Morgan State will hold two girls volleyball clinics at Morgan's Hill Field House July 16-19 and Aug. 6-9. Morgan volleyball coach Ramona Riley will direct the clinics. Cost is $15 per participant, and deadlines for registration are July 9 and July 25, respectively. For more information, call 483-5467. The quiz ' When the Kansas City Royals' Amos Otis made the last out in Nolan Ryan's first no-hitter in 1973, it was the second time Otis completed a pitching gem. What was the first? (Answer, 13D) Lottery numbers June 7-Jun 13 Sun. Mon. Tue. Wed. Thu. Fri. Sat. MARYLAND Oaiiy 644 663 358 736 100 065 448 Pick 4 3675 4674 9567 603 8157 7824 2485 Winner-Take-AIIJun 12: 04 090 1 1 24 25 31 LottoJune t: 16 28 30 31 41 42 DELAWARE Dy 763 959 255 515 532 796 Play 4 3724 7924 28 7036 0654 3770 LottoJune 12: 01 03 07 1 1 1 2 21 LottoJuno : 05 07 1 8 27 29 35 PENNSYLVANIA Dally 742 888 740 2(7 771 869 289 Big 4 3013 3416 5910 0050 5020 1279 9339 LottoJune 12: 02 08 18 33 34 39 Wild Card: 12 Super 7June 13: 19 25 26 33 36 37 55 S3 64 73 77 LottoJune 6: 02 12 19 20 26 42 Wild Card: 47 NEW JERSEY Pick-It 296 300 048 851 688 487 876 Pick 4 0348 9168 6111 1309 0639 1012 7244 Pick 6Juna 1 1: 04 05 16 27 45 46Bonua number 34381 Pick 6June 7: 12 19 21 32 33 39Bonu number 44672 VIRGINIA Daily 086 436 709 643 209 901 WASHINGTON Ucky Not. 183 290 329 064 043 4l7 0X 4 4297 2018 9202 4494 1770 0263 B.C. Daily Double game: 14 65 Quick Coin Juno 11:041216 18 26 36 OutckCaahJune 12:0611 13 1721 30 Quick CaahJune 13: 02 04 05 24 25 26 Quick CaahJune 7: 01 02 05 10 12 15 Quick CeahJune 6: 29 20 28 06 22 18 Quick CeihJune 9: 32 04 01 13 38 06 WEST VIRGINIA Dally 3 965 323 Dally 4 6279 1464 Caah 25June 6: 02 05 09 12 1 7 20 570 0424 234 5491 525 , 1924 Howard selects Beard as basketball coach Howard University named Butch Beard, former National Basketball Association player and assistant coach of the New Jersey Nets, as head basketball coach yesterday. Beard got the job after Howard president Franklyn G. Jenifer rejected all the candidates on a selection committee's short list, which Included former UCLA coach Walt Hazzard, Ball State assistant Leonard Drake and Tyrone Hart, a former Howard player and now coach at Montgomery College-Takoma Park. Beard replaces A.B. Williamson, whose 240-182 record over 15 seasons was the best in the Mid-Eastern Athletic Conference school's history, but who was fired after the Bison slipped to 17-39 In his last two years. Beard, 42, starred alongside current Washington Bullets coach Wes Unseld at the University of Louisville from 1966-69, then played for four NBA teams. Goucher College has named Leonard Trevino, assistant coach at the University of South Dakota, as the school's first men's basketball coach. Trevtno has coached at South Dakota for the past two seasons. During this time, the Coyotes had records of 17-15 and 22-10. They made the National Collegiate Athletic Association Division II tournament in the 1989-90 season. Goucher, a former women's school that began admitting men three years ago, will begin NCAA Division III play this fall. Tennis Former men's champion Pat Cash of Australia was one of 16 players who received wild-card entries today for the singles draws at Wimbledon. Cash, who won the title In 1987, and fellow Australian Mark Woodforde, were the only non-British players to receive wild cards In the men's field. American Kathy Jordan, who reached the semifinals here In 1984, was the only non-Briton among the women's wild cards. Top-seeded Zina Garrison beat France's Catherine Suire, 7-5, 6-2. In the second round of the Dow Classic, a Wimbledon warm-up, in Birmingham, England. Reed Cordish, a sophomore from Gilman, defeated Chris Webb of Atlanta, 6-3. 3-6, 6-3, in the third round of the National Interscholastic Tennis tournament at Duke University In Durham, N.C. Cordish. who won the Maryland Scholastic Association singles championship this spring, advances to the round of 16. Football Gary Snook, who set University of Iowa football passing records that stood for 20 years, died at his Ponoma, Calif., home Sunday of throat cancer. He was 46. Snook played at Iowa from 1963-65, earning first-team all-Big Ten Conference honors in 1964. Snook passed for 2,062 yards in 1964 and threw for 3,738 yards In his career. Those figures stood as school records until Chuck Long broke them in the mid-1980s. A postseason college all-star game pitting NCAA Division I players against those from smaller schools will take place Jan. 20 at Florida State's Doak Campbell Stadium. Louisville coach Howard Schnellenberger will direct the Division I-A team, and Liberty coach Sam Rutigliano will handle a team made up of Division I-AA, II, III and NAIA players. Stadiums Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones has beefed up his 1 0-year plan for the NFL club with an option to spend up to $25 million to convert Texas Stadium to a domed facility, a report said. The Dallas Times Herald reported that Jones believes a domed Texas Stadium would attract Super Bowls, NCAA Final Fours and political conventions. A domed stadium could also provide another venue for major-league baseball and professional basketball, Jones said. But he said he hasn't talked with either the Dallas Mavericks or the Texas Rangers about the possibility of moving to Texas Stadium. Track and field Ollan Cassell, executive director of The Athletics Congress, was hospitalized yesterday In Atlanta with five broken ribs and a possible broken collarbone after being Injured In a two-vehicle accident. TAC Spokesman Pete Cava said Cassell was hurt Tuesday night when his car was struck on the blind side by a truck. The car was totaled. Bits and pieces Towson State will hold Its basketball day camp for girls 8 to 1 7 Aug. 6-1 0 at the Towson Center. Hours will be 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Brochures are available by ' "I i - v -- - " - "" i - Z " . ; " t.,..,....!...t......r.,,..Jv..... -- AGENCE FRANCE -PRE S3E Transactions Baseball Atlanta Braves Optioned P Derek Ulliquiat (2-8, 6.28 ERA) to Class AAA Richmond Braves. Recalled P Steve Avery, first-round draft pick in 1988, from Richmond. Chicago Cuba Activated P Mike Harkey (5-1, 4.41) from 15-day disabled list. Sent P Kevin Blankenship (4 ER in 6 innings) to Class AAA Iowa Cubs. Houston Astroa Sent OF Louie Meadows (.143 in I4at-bats)to the Boston Red Sox to complete an earlier trade. Minnesota Twins Signed P Todd Ritchie and Or Midre Cum- mlnga. New York Mete Optioned C Dave Liddell (1 hit in 1 at-bat) to Class AAA Tidewater Tides. Recalled P Wally Whttehurst from Tide-Oakland Athletics Placed OF Jose Canseco (.320, 20, 50) on 1 S-day disabled list, retroactive to Friday. Recalled IF Lance Blankenship from Class AAA Tacoma Tigers. Philadelphia Phillies Signed 1B Maurice Hines, 1B Ron Lock-ett, 1B Sean Ryan, 3B Pat Cheek, SS Terrell Smith, C Gary Bennett, C Troy Rusk, OF Johnny Edwards, OF Jeff Gunn, OF Mike Murphy, OF Tom Nuneviller, P Steve McGovem, P Mike Williams. St Louis Cardinals Announced that OF John Morris (2 hits in 18 at-bats) will not require back surgery but will be sidelined for an indefinite period. Morris Is on the 15-day disabled list. Texas Rangers Signed SS Jon Shave, SS Kevin Woodall, C Chris McMullan. Colleges Arkansas-Little Rock Named Ricardo Patton men's assistant basketball coach. Patton resigned from similar position at Middle Ten- nessee State. Columbia Named Howard Endelman women's tennis coach. Fordham Upgraded Dan Gallagher, part-time baseball coach, to full-time status. Goucher Named Leonard Trevino men's basketball coach. Howard Named Butch Beard men's basketball coach. Kentucky Named Bemadette Locke men's assistant basketball coach; Orlando "Tubby" Smith men's associate basketball coach; Herb Sendek men's assistant basketball coach and recruiting coordinator; and Billy Donovan men's assistant basketball coach. UNLV Announced resignation of AD Brad Rothermel, effective Dec. 31. Football British Columbia Lions (CFL) Signed DE Mark Gastineau, who was placed on waivers this month by the New York Jets. Qol U.S. Golf Association Announced Oakmont Country Club in Pennsylvania will stage the centennial U.S. Open in 1994 and Shinne-cock Hills in Southampton, N.Y., will be host in 1995. Hockey USA Hockey Named Baaron B. Pfttenger executive director. SL Louis Blues Signed D Dan Brooks (son of former U.S. Olympic coach Herb Brooks), LW Tony Hejna and LW Andy Rymsha. The list All-time active leaders In games pitched through 1989: 1. Charlie Hough 713 2. Nolan Ryan 711 3. GregMinton 699 4. Dan Ouisenberry 669 5. JeffResrdon 647 6. Bert Biylevan 644 7. Lee Smith 586 8. Doug Bair 562 9. BobMcClure 557 10. Demble, Eckersley 541 source: (ssoclated Press Pro schedules I Thuro. I FrT I Sat Sun. Mon. Tuea Wed. Milw. Boston Boston Boston Boston Cleveland Cleveland 7:35 7:35 3:15 1:35 7:35 7:35 7:35 Orioles HTS HTS Ch. 11,9 HTS HTS Chs. 2. 20 HTS Thor. Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel Laurel racing 1111 1 card 10 races 10 races 12 races 11 races 10 races The McEnroe jump John McEnroe got his tennis game off the ground yesterday, beating Ramesh Knshnan, 4-6, 6-4, 6-2, in his first appearance at London's Queens Club Tournament since being banned seven years ago. calling 830-2759. Supervision will be provided every day from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. . . . The Maryland Fastpitch Softball Tournament will be held tomorrow, Saturday and Sunday at Overlea-Fullerton Park off Belalr Road. Competing team Include Letts, McDermotts, Classwall, Expressway and Jolly Jacks from Maryland; Sonner from Pennsylvania; and Ashtona and Roos from Washington. . . . Calvert Hall Is looking for an opponent for a varsity soccer scrimmage in late August. Anyone Interested should call Lou Eckerel at 825-4266. TANK McNAMARA How to get in Dutch . Race-car drivers are obsessed these days with spon- sors. Some claim they think about sponsorship 24 hours a day. .017'- Here's how Arie Luyendyk of the Netherlands, thls" year's Indianapolis 500 winner. Joined with Dutch Bay ., paints: ;y Early last year, car owner Dick Simon and Luyendyk . were watching television when they saw a Dutch Boy ad., , featuring the company's familiar blond-boy trademark??-!1 "My God, that's your son," Simon said, referring to the . -driver's son, Arie Jr., then 7. , .,a In an inspired moment, they dressed Arie Jr. in woooV' ."-en shoes, gave him the proper haircut and headed for. the paint company. The move sold the paint company on the driver. Buzzie's blooper let Ryan get away:1 1& Buzzie Bavasi, the man who let baseball strikeout, king Nolan Ryan get away from the California Angels,, lu sent him a note Tuesday in the wake of the pitcher's" ' ; record sixth no-hitter. , .,,,, It read: "Nolan, some time ago, I made it public that ! iu made a mistake. You don't have to rub It in." .J" Bavasi, then the Angels' general manager, allowed Ryan to become a free agent in 1 979 after the two failed to agree on a new contract. "I could live with the salary his agent, Dick Moss, was,-. r asking," Bavasi said Tuesday from La Jolla, Calif., where : . he is living In retirement. "It was the other things I .,, couldn't live with. There were incentive things like lifc;J11 ', nings pitched. Things not based on performance. Things r : , that many players could have accomplished. If we had . v given it to him, it would have opened up a real Pandora's. box. , "But although I'm writing to Nolan tongue In cheekvl ' ', want to make sure he knows I was responsible for Ryan . , leaving, not owner Gene Autry. A mistake was made, -" but I was the one who made It." Willie who? Ken Griffey Jr. of baseball's Seattle Mariners wears' No. 24. Because of Willie Mays, right? Wrong. Because of Rickey Henderson. 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