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12 DAYTON DAJLY NEWS Wad. Aprl 4, 1884 Miami Valley girls strong again Neither snow nor rain . . . Yes, it's high school track time By DAVE LONG Staff SporU Writer Despite all the cold, rainy weather, high achooi track tea-on U upon us. Baseball and aoftball garnet and tennis matches may be rained out, but the runners, jumpers and throwers go in almost any element Only lightning keeps them off the track. Their schedule doesot actually get heavy until the last two weeks of the month and the first week in May. By that time it will be well established who the top performers are and which teams have a chance of doing well in state meet competition. Last year, girls' teams from the Miami Valley dominated the state AAA meet, with four out of the top five coming from this area. Trotwood-Maditon, with LaVonna Martin scoring all the points, won the team title, with Celina second, Centerville fourth and North mont fifth. THOSE TEAMS HAD girls who won seven individual state titles last year and all return. Martin, who will sign a national letter-of-intent with the University of Tennessee tonight, won the 100 and 200-meter dashes and the 100-meter hurdles. Centerville's Laura Kirkham, a junior this year, won the long jump, Ceiina's Cyndy Chapin won the 800-meters and North mont had two champions in Kristy Orre in the 1,600-meters and Mary Wolfe in the high jump. Celina also has back Jill Webber, who was second In the 1,600-meters to Orre. She Is also going to Tennessee next year. Both her and Orre should benefit this year with the addition of the 3,200-meten to the girls' list of events. All those teams should be strong again along with Patterson, which is undefeated In major regular season meets for the last two years. The Beavers return everyone from last season, including Tonya Shumate in the sprints, Dion Johnson, Tiara Harrison and Tara Harrison (no relation) in the middle distances, Karen Robinson In the hurdles and Lisa Wallace in the shot put and discus. THAT CROUP, ALONG with a strong group of sophomores, may give Patt coach Mike Violette enough strength to do well again this year. Two of the top discus throwers in girls' AAA competition also return Shelly Frickert of Wayne and Yvette Dal ton of West Carrollton. Dal ton, the Dayton District and Regional champion last year, transferred to West Carrollton from Mi-amisburg this winter. There are no distinctive teams and individuals among Class AA teams this early. In Class A, Minster has back most of the individuals who helped it to second place in the state meet No state champions return among boys AAA competitors. The best finishers last spring were Fairborn's Matt Trickett with a second in the 1,600-meters, Patterson's Solomon Branch, third in the long jump, and Dunbar's Michael McCray was fourth in the 4 00-meters. Jefferson won the state AA title, but returns only high jumper Raynard Cover, who was fifth in the state and cleared 6-1 1 In the regular season. COVINGTON'S KELLEY Deeter may be the best Class A sprinter in Ohio with a first place last year in the 200-meters and seconds In the 100 and 400. Ansonii returns several quality runners from last year's good team. Dayton Christian has the top Class A distance man in southwestern Ohio in Ken Petty (3rd in the state in the 3,200-meters) and a good hurdler-400-meter man in Tom Curtin. The shot put should be outstanding, led by Vandalia-But-ler's John Walters and Dunbar's Amzie Smith. Walters won the AAA regional last year throwing 54-5 and Smith was second at 54-5. 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Cmwim i, BotUn I Nnr York H Kanat dhr, pad, rak Orty faVDH sdvliM Kmw Qv 4, New Yort 2 f ,i , -1 m i - . - . - 1 Ufrroii i, mmmii i OntM I, Tom I Oakkal i, Hmmtm i om Mfi CNom (Dotal 8-n H laMnori (BoMdv 1H). W pa Nnr Yrt (Makn ll-M) at Kmhi Ov (Mtort IM), fcS pa taa (0M 0-7) at Calanai (WW 7-u), mi pa TonMo (Qarcv 1S-I1) al Sank (Mart H), HJS pa Mmv (Cakwal D-ll) al OaUifri (Corar Ml), IMS pa 0 ana icMukd DUral a) Mrmota, 1:15 pa QnM at Ttat, US pa Nn York al Kaaa Off, US PA Bona al CaBona, IrJ pa ToraM al Sank, IUS pa om an If X. Box Scores sad nun arkM akrkU Dnkr cf 4(1 LaMar a 4111 SnSro 8) SIIITra 8) Sill MtHIwi I 3l,MXkrk rf sill Cay 3k 4III0MT lb 4111 MorcM rf SItlLamra I Sill MHal rf IIIIYnUN 3b 1131 JDira c S021COovh d, 4111 Orkrn k 3)1IBnrr c 3111 om 4IIIR)dr aH llll Mn p 3IIINkak c llll LaSrTWt a IIIIMOnk p llll Kukar pk 111! Lank p llll PWfTJI h ill! Tat KSllSTat J J tl 1 Oaaa M HI Hl-S Sa Tradn M M W-3 Gam Wmr RBI - JDnk (1). t-JOm, Ct, Martrn OP-Sa Frwaco I LOB-CHkaa N, Sm Fra-rJK II. -Bou 1, Bmt, Wnr, JDnk, Trfc HR-MoraM (1), Cay mm W,H 71-313111 LaSmWi S,l 1H 3 1 1 1 1 Sa Fradn MOavk 1I 7 11 4 a 4 3 Lawa 1 11111 HOP-Ohaby Rutim WP-MOivk 1 . T-HJ. A-SIM PWU Samuel & Maluk lb Laktw rl Mken I Carnpbal p Htm d MakkK cf Dili c Dtlau n CarDon p Taka ATLANTA arbkt IlllWikatn rf 411 1 Ron I llll Muratrr cf 4111 Honor IIIIWlMI Hit Ron! JIHHuttrd 111 Bmdirj 4111 Barkir 4110 Qirraft llllMoort p HIIFUcm o Jmn all Otdmm p SSIKTikk atrbb) 4111 4111 4111 4111 4111 3111 llll 3111 nil 0101 oooo not oooi 31041 M HI OkM M M baV-l Gam; WWni RBI - MmMl (I). E"HrVts4t4iVJ"l(i L06'TaWlWai 7, AM i le-tOYB. HR-Srtrwfl (1). SS-Smal (I). S-Cirla. SMtakkn. r N itxaaw 7 1 I I 1 I 1 1 I I I 1 tartar Ll S 5 3 114 Han 11-1 4 1 1 1 1 1-3 I I I I I 1 1 I I 1 I HBP-Samuk If larkar BK-CvM. J-iA A-3il3l Carta W,H Canaal Fakat RHOntfAL Luca a Rarda p LMt 8) (Hm cf Dana rl Carter c M I Mat tft HOUSTON abrbH SI 10 Dora ft IIIIPuM rf IIIITIM U SlllCna I SUlMuphry cf OIllKnloM lb llllWaka 3k 41IIAiMy C SIIIBMMtr pr 3110 IMiro a IIIDnrky a 1010 Satm pk 1011 0011 IS 414 Taa rkH NREIKSO La ,H 7 S I 1 4 4 Luca V3 3 I I I I Rtvoa S.I 12-3 I t I IUTB0UU. LEACUE EAST HVtSnaj I I M CO Oacao l I I M - MeMral I I UN - Pill llllll I I IM SI. Lauk I 0 IM - Nro York I I M I Paiaur l l m I west omsm CMmal I I IM - Sa Okat I I IM Mart I I M I AMMO I I M 1 La Aata I I M I Sa Fmckct I 1 M 1 Novo L1 7 7 4 4 11 Dty 1 1 I I I I Nakrt pkdk4 It Rva fcofkri k Rw HtP-Carkr by Nkkra T-Ut A prrrsHtKN sandkco rktt Wymi cf OlllWaaia S) Rn B 400 1 6m rl MaoU a 4 000 Nefa 3b Trmaa k llOO&trw Om I lOOOkomtV c Pm c 3tMManiru I Frooat rf llOOMcRya d Bem a 3000 Trrata a Rkooa a llOOSkoo a Muni m HOI Iran pk Soiry a 1100 Gosua P Taa sm Taa DP-Sa Don I LCOJ-Pimauroh 1. na (i), Mar- Sm Okao lino (1). 9 NRERHSO 11 7 i ! I 4 Sorry 1 0 0 0 0 0 Sa Dam Shm W,H 7 11114 Couai 1 I I I I 1 T-IS A-44JSI ST LOWS LOS ANGELS abrbH arkkf LoSnaDl I 4 1 1 1 So 3) 4010 Sutler p lOOOBRuwl a llll Urn p IIOOLmoYi d 4110 Otark a 4lllGuanv n 1210 rkrr ft IlllManM I S231 AHMt llOltlMlfN rf 1111 Hew r Sill an rf Mil ton lllllrock pk 1101 McGa d S 3 3 3 RIan 3b 3111 Pair c OlllSdotdi c llll OSniM a 4131 Vaknk a llll LaPwH p llllZarJiry p 0001 Cox p IIJILMHy pk 1001 Brtur, ph lOOOHookn p 1000 Lanorm If lOOOMorak pk 1010 Hernhr p 1001 Ankm pk 1000 CDki a llll Ttkfc ,4211011 Talaa 31717 HI M a- II La Aaala M M 401-7 Gome WMng RBI - OSnam (I). E-OSnfm OP-SILouk I, Los Armta I LOB-SILouk M, La Aiaatt 0. 2B- MoriM, an JS-Porkr. HR-Porkr (1), mm (1), McGa (I). P HRERKSO SLab LaPoiM 1 4 1 1 S I Cox W.l-1 4 1112 1 Afen T 1 3 4 4 1 1 Sutler S,l 3 I I I 1 I La Aiaekt Vaknzk L4-1 3 1(421 Zadrr I 11111 HeriNstr 1 12 111 COiai 1 11111 LtPoM pbdajd to Im karkn k t third, VakBuat pikM to four bartn k ttk hulk, Ala pcM to tour batltri in Itat hvIrIIl HBP-Rltera by Sutter. WP-LaPoM,. T-341. AHI.Hl AX. Box Scores CLEVELAND BuMr d DeMurf 2b Franco a Tkrtm TaMr Harm Jacoev Hautv Vukvck Tat abrkM llll 3111 4113 Sill mi TEXAS Total 2b M 3b WrteM d Ptrria dk Wv4 rf ffBrkn Sam I Ycut c Warn u Tabs arbH 31171 M M no-t Tout M M ON-I Gam WMa RBI - Hatty (1). E-Jacaby, Bel OP-OnaM 2, Taos I LOMewtW I, Taxa I 28- Jacobv, BBd 36 Wrkfl, Franca, Vu- kwIcK SB-Frao 1 (1). W HRERHSO StUdtTt a,14 f 7 1111 Taut Honk L1 IM i 3 1 Man 51-1 S 1 1 1 4 Herta 1 I I I 1 I Toe I 1 I I I 1 T-2J1. A-2137. MILWAUKEE akrtk Reedy 3b 4131 Ganlrr lb Cater "lb SnwrAS dh OglYie I SunlDrg c CMoore rf d 5134 Ml I Rfmkn I arbM 5 2 3 1 3111 Taa issns Two ouk tma Murony d Moran 2b 3111 LamM 5112 Bocnto ik Aimt lb tCfflfPil dfl iWnk rf Lopa rf Heelh c DrH a Hacck ak nikpi a T 4111 llll llll 1100 mi 4110 1000 1010 1100 H07S wkaini run Ksroo. OH la) - S M OR M-i Game Wmm RBI - fane. E-Laatord, OoHvk, Gtntntr. DP-Mjhnuka I, CwJand I S-ttnmm 0, Oakland I 2B-SuidMr, Oavk. HR-Memno (1), Rlknkrut (I), Lope (1). SF-Younl, Murolty. W NIERISSO SutHw 5 3 2 1 )3 Temm 1-3 I I I I 1 AugusNn 0 0 I 0 1 I Paler 21-3 Mill Fngen L! I 13 111 McClun 1-1 I I I I I LxM 1-1 I I I I I McCttty 4 7 3 3 1 1 Codrol 41-3 4 2 1 4 1 Burirw W,H M 1 I I I I McCilty pHdied to Itm botkn k ftttti, Sutton to km k tlxlk, Augulln to one In sixlfi, Porter to on to ninth, Finpen to Inra k raitti HBrMUrona by Sutton. T-1R. bal 4SJtt OETROTT RIMDH OH M 0M-1 Gam Wnraaj RBt-omn III. DP-Mtatnal I LOS-ktanlretl f, Hoinloo 0. aWJIa. Francone, Cirkr, PuM. Si-Oman. St-Otra (I). S-Aihbv. a Evan dk Parrali c Lwry c Gibion rf KkiH rf HcrndiM V Mrgrnt Garter lb Lamm d HJhrnn lb 33 2 0 2 Broxm ions rkbM",CS0Trkbl 4 3 2 0 Elwdi d 4 001 4111TMW & linHrbek lb 4012Bmmky rf 1100 Bun ok 4 HI Meier 1000 IIIIGatW 3b 3011 toil HekMr l 30IIUuoner c llllFNdo 4111 3131 1000 3SINITtta 4011 4 000 4 001 3101 3111 3111 llll llll on on -l 001 M M-I Game WMoj Rtf - HJormon (1). LOeV-Otrroit 3, Mknuaj 4 2B-HJohnwn, ' HeWier, Geetli, Tramrnat 36-Lemon. HR-Evtn (II. Mom ,H ll arbM ISIS at aa aa-i Sa Oka in m m-i btmt mum m - imA m. NIEIUS) 7 S 1 1 I I 1 I I I I I I I I I I I 41-11 I I 2 2 Comlock IM I 1 1 I 1 Few I I I I I I T-la. A-3411 kKWYtMx uutsAScrrr arbN ArbM OMora d OlllCncaa a 4111 RnM 2k 4IIIIH)nk I 4111 Kama ( IIIIWMt 2b 4211 Pnete I IHIMcRa a 111) Mntty llllfMoa) It 4111 4111 AAoatv It 4111 rl llllSkaM c llll 3k 21 II Star d llll bnmy llllfryara 3010 Cenm c 3001 Fed a 3001 Tekfe 30113110 31404 Nnr Yak M H M-1 Kaan Of M It) Oh-1 Game Wexat RSI - ConcaadM (I). E dtntefi. OMorw, Grffrfy. Dt New York l. LOB-gtw York 1, Kma Clfv Si JHWirtip 3tVAh)4liv. Hlr-flktr-cadm (I), IMrtMd (IL SF-SkuaM, Mdcaa. r NRERHSO Net Tin Guar Ll 5 14 3 11 JHnra 1 I I I I 2 Ktata CRt Bkc ,H 7 2 2 2 1 1 Quivtry S,1 1 1 I I I 1 NBA Standings ' AisaO-Kanas CHy (Tkeui 7), Pnoern 25 IFouer t) Total lautr-Kama City 22. Praam 24. Ttdwicak-Lucaa. A-U427. SfW,UIOBHM La Aajata Ramta H 2-2 1, UNka M M t JtKW 14 7- N 27, Son t- M A Jekna HMl Cat 3-k) H i Wortrr HHI McAdoe H, M t). Kut-dkt H t-1 4, McGa o-M 2 M, StrW 10-0 4, Nakr M 0-1 4 Too 4H0 tt-B M. Sa Aakato Bttki H M IS, MAM H- E Jaa H 7-11 B, Luca 1-3 1-1 3, Gen t-17 H 23. Moan HHI, Rob-arls 1-12 t-l ki Girnare 4-5 11 9, Brttv S-D H t). McNmart H 1-1 X Plan M 0-0 4, Wkomr HHI Tottk Se-W 25-JS a. Imkmm 3lllB!l-m Saatakt "3 4117-117 Ftuod Out Nona. Robout - La Anttlet (Romeo I), Sat Antonio 45 (Mik-M I). Aahls La Anaki 34 (Jekt-im Ml, Sm Anka 17 Wan tl). Tom tout - La Aaala 24, Sa Aakwo t A - PKTOtS IV. TiOS IIS Errta t-N M a, kwt- Bowling EASTERN CONFERENCE AtakDkawa W I Pet GB Bolton' 57 It 751 - 4S 27 440 Net York' 45 11 JB B New Jersey 40 35 ill Wi-Mnatori 34 43 ,442 2M CaMDNkka Detroit- 45 31 Sit - M4wauk 45 31 ill - Atlanta 35 41 441 M Chicago 2 4 XI m Ckweamd 3 40 Mm Inotora 25 9 J33 WESTERN CONFERENCE w L Pet so UWi 43 34 .550 - Dolts 31 37 ill Vi Denver 37 40 .41 I Kansas City 35 41 .461 Ifi San Ankmio 33 43 .434 fh Hcuton 3 3U M 1-acacDMaa LaAngebs SO 25 447 - Portland' 47 8 427 1 Sank 3 31 M 13 Phoenix 3 41 441 15 Golden Stall 33 4J 4M 17"i SanDkgo 8 41 Jot m '-CJnctied pkyofl berth i-Lile tame not mctuded TUESDAY'S RESULTS WtiNnilonllk.lndujnaN Baton 91, Clevelaml II Detroit III, PbattAkia 115 MaukaW.New Jeneyrl Portkno 91, Dabs 3 Sm Antonio 137, Los Anpefes Ml NeYortll3,Cnicaso4 Prnmx 113, Kansas City WO Denver 124, SalUe 113 Golden Stale Houston 12 TODAY'S GAMES Indiana it New Jersey, 735 pa Waslwglon it Atlanta, 7:40 pa Kansas City it Sa Dkto, IMS PA CELTICS aj,aYS 3 Bakt - Mil 54 tO-H 3, Bird D-P 3-4 9, Ptrbti 3-10 4-9 12, D Johnson 2-12 M I, Htndarson 0-4 04 0, McHak 1-13 1-4 17. Bucknr H M 2, AMjt M 04 4, Car H M 0, iVadnvn 1-3 M 4, Kid 04 04 0, OtrkHHA Totals 3542 8-37 3 Oeatoad - Sneton 5-132-4 D, Rookton 0- 3 M 8, Man 2-4 04 4, Thjnwon 2-12 1- 1 i, iMtlry HIM 4, rUttrd 5-12 M B, Cook 1-4 J-5 5. Gtiaar 2-4 1-2 i, Husta 3-t H t Garrisk 2-22, Cronwa HMO. Tottk 3543 M-KK Oaka 22 8 27 tt-a Ckakal 3 3 14 IHI Thru point wk SMton, TiWnpwii Foukd out - Hinm Rtbounds - Bosla O (Parisn 15), Cbntknd 54 (Rotmon 21). Assists - Oottot II (Bird i). Ckvtknd 15 (SMtot, Roama 4). TotH Huk - Bakt Si, Cltvtltnd 71. TtrjMcafc Botkn Coack Jones, Paristi A-7JR TRAIL BLAZERS 91, MAVS 3 PirtJad Nail 7-12 04 14, Ctrr 4-13 2-2 14. Tkcmpson H3 1-1 17, Pixson 1-17 4-7 22, Valentine 3-7 4-4 3, Cooper 2-4 04 4. Drexkr 24 04 4, Lew 3-7 04 1, Norrts 0-J M 0. Tottk 3H413-MI1. Dan - Asuirre M7 5-7 a, rtimprifljs 1-5 0-2 4, Cummmgs 4-3 04 1, Dnis 4-5 04 0. Bltdunn 7-14 54 19, Garnet) 3-4 04 4, Hirper 64 04 12, ENs 2-10 2-2 4. Tot 3-75 12-173. 8 0H3-OI 814 2) 3-3 Foukd out - none. Rebounds - Portland (Carr ), Dates 3 (Eks II). Assists -Portland 21 (Vakrtine I), Dala 21 (Agurre 5). TolH feuk - Portland 20, Dabs 20. secnfticafi urr, ntrper. A MeJ. BULLETS MS, PACERS N halm - G. Johnson 4-1 6-6 IS, Kellogg 7-10 04 14, Sliponovich 9-15 4-4 22, Carter 10 04 6, Sickling 44 0-0 1, Lowe 0-2 04 0, Wims 3-12 1-2 ?, Waiters 2-2 04 4, Thom-a 5-1 2-4 12, Sltpoe 1-3 4-4 4, McKunt 04 04 1, Combs 0-1 04 0. Totals 3-8 17-3 94 WaslMtkt - Baltrd 11-11 M 24, Ru-knd 7-13 4-5 10, Mahorn 1-5 04 2, F. Johnson 10-14 0-2 8, Sobers 6-11 4-4 16, McMillan 4-7 1-2 1. DirH 5-7 04 10, Mafcne 1-4 0-0 2, Dave 2-2 1-4 5 Totals 47-79 12-19 106. takana 22 8 8 21 M Waitotta 8 8 8 25-114 Three-pokl got) - G. Johnson. Fouled out - None. Rebounds - Indiana 3 (KeJ-togg, Slipanovidi 10), Washington 3 Ruiand 13). Assists - Indiana 10 Sichling 7), Wash--inslon 37 (Ruljnd 12). Total touts - Indian 20, Washington 22. Technical - Indiana . Coach McKinney. A 6,171 KIHCKS 113, BULLS N New York - King 4-11 3-4 11, Robinson 4-9 04 1, Cirtwrighl 34 4-5 10, Sparrow 5-II 0-0 10, Wikami 6-1554 17, Water H 2-2 12, Orr 1-4 4-6 3, Webster 2-1 14 5, Tucker I-16 4-4 3, Grunfeld 5-7 04 10, El-more 04 04 0, Ftmskn 04 04 0. ToWs 45-1523-31 111 Oacta - Htooins 5-12 2-4 12, Johnson 1- 14 0-2 16, Conine 6-11 2-3 14, DaHev 4-10 2- 4 14, Whaltey 2-5 1-2 5, Lester 0-2 0-0 0, Oldham 2-3 3-4 7, Bryant 4-13 0-0 1, Wiggins 1-12 4-6 20. Totals 41-00 M-25 94 Hew York 8883-113 CkJtHt It U S 3 H Fouled Out None. Rebounds - New York 47 (Cartwright II), Chicago 3 Johnson 16). Assists - New York 8 IWiker 12), Chicago 8 IWhatky II). Total touts - New York 24, Chictgo 24 Ttdsnical Now. A 3J21. SUNS 113, KINGS Mt t Kaaas COy Johnson 13-23 1-2 27, Cf berding 6-11 l-l 13, Thompson 1-6 2-2 4, fuse 3-6 04 7, Thtus I-17 64 21, Robisdi 4-12 l-l l, Woodson 7-14 7-7 21, Micheiux 1-2 04 1, Knight 0-4 04 0, Naly 0-1 3-4 3, Toms 43-4 21-25 13. Pttak - Lucas 7-14 1-2 15, Nana Ml 34 21, Edwards 5-7 4-1 14, Davis H4 7-7 25, Mky 3-4 04 4, Adams 3-11 0-0 4, Pitt-man 34 1-2 7, YVestptm 2-2 24 6, Sarin 2-1 H 4, Fala 2-3 2-2 7, ToMs 45-8 21-31 misClty a 25 27 27-Mt ftnix 8 8 17 35-113 lVitpoint goals-Tlieus, Bust, Foster. Foukd out-nont. Rrtounds-t'.arrsas Cily 3 (Otjerding t), Phoenix 47 (Lucas I). roni 2-4 0-2 4, Makm 7-14 11-13 25, Totty I-8 3-11 8 Maltwws 34 3-4 1, Waarm M 3-4 7, C Johnson 4-7 2-4 3 Thrall 5-11 M B, RauNn M M 4 Tottk IHI 34-41 IIS. Otnt- Irkucka 0-14 34 3, Benton t-12 M 3, Litrtajar 3-3 4-7 8, Lett 3-D 5-5 II, Thomas 7-3 4-4 , LnioW 1-2 0-1 2, V. Johmon HI 0-1 8, Tykr M 1-1 5, Curekt 04 1-2 1 Tottk 340 D-ll 13 BOB 3-lH 8 8 8 8-18 TVai-eoinl totk - Ertitt. Rtatunck - Pti8dtlpha (MitoM II), Ottrat 52 moat- 17). Assists - PhMkphk 8 m " - t rwMi a iium 15). Tottl touk - Plililitlli a, Dettt 3 NHL Playoff DIVISION SEMIFINALS EST-OF-F1YE WEDNES0AY5 GAMES a-'1 j - f saj- h i nini HltVOCViFM m Wonn(n9rai MontrNl it Bo$tai Quebec it Bultalo NYRingnilNYIslHdari CNcago it Mmesoli Detroit it SI. Lois Wraipeg al Edmonton Vancouver al Catoary THuSMY'S(AMES ITaWJoSJITil f ffo)VWr9)Ofi MoMnst it Botlon Quebec H ButWo NY Ranters at NY Wanders Cracago el Minnesota Detroit tl SI. Lou's Winnipeg al Edmonton Vancouver tl Calgary SATURDAY'S GAMES WiSrangkti at PlyAdtWii SI. Louis at Detroit Mate a I Quebec Edmonton a Wetniptp CaMry al Vancouvar Boston n Montreal NY Wanders it NY Raatrt Mmesoli it Chictgo SUNDAY'S GAMES (RNictuary) Wistynglon tl PMtdeona St. Louis tl Detroit NY taanders at NY Rangers bVittalo Oueoec Boston it Montreal Minntsota a Chicago Edmonton 11 Winrapet Cilgvy at Vancouver OEAVEt-VU - Tom Mav 714 Ntacy Cotter 60, Betly Andersn 514, Eka Harm 570, Cam Mow 577. BELMONT - John Nickel 017, Km Ho 405, Frank CohmM 437, Bud KelY 635, Emerson Schrndt 427. OOWLERO - Jim ERSoit (40, PoU Brfs-a 650, Men Bundt 647, Smdy Wakck 642, Bab Shrteot Ma. CAPW - Cul Rtsiic 73, Jw "ftt 60, Joe Rtsi 667; Jeri Am Wksl 573, Nancy Moore Set CROSSROADS - Join Median 700, Robert fwvrtno 421, Don Montgomery Sr. 63, Mill McCowm 625; Bonrii Wof 631 DtlFTWOOO - Bl Peters Sr. 606, Bob WMakv 645, Rty Perkins Uh Ktm McCoy 551, Vicki Adams 54t. FAKBORN NEC - Louse HrtSn 544, Kara orannan 543, Lucy Hirjiiy 53, Dorcas Benattt 556, Gam Snyder 551 HOOVER - Chuck Griffin 474, Joe Stock 441, George Owl 13; AJct WhgM 591, Sharon Thonvas 544. tWERuL - Bern Conrwtr 73, Md McCtbt 490, Bryant He (44, Letty Baker 657, Brkn Htnsgn 655. MARIAN Ray Parrot! (16, Ka Frtnke 651, Ron Ptjanbrock SO, Derise KkwoM 554, Dorcas Schutte 554 McCOOK M Dtvis 712, Dot Forlener 6H Sharon Johnson 600, Carol Pemnoton 34, Stndl Landts 91. PASTME - Dave Raga 704, Rty Lt-wrey 701, Dtve Hiwk (04, Warm Smith 442, Paul rinsiu 427. PU-MOR - Doug Slontr 431; Ceil Pkckt 504, Ptukm Petty 571, Randy Beset 5t7,DeccParctS4l. KKLHNC - Jirry Herati 73, Join Gsatsi Jr. 4t4, Tom wtca (15; Rosemary Mtrcurn 613, Dtnise Moore 612. POELKMG SOUTH Betly Snrover 37, Kamy Matter 5N, Jeri Wutsl 541, Pit Hart-man SSI, Sherry Kerns 529. PREBLE - Mikt CNMers 641; Ellie Davis S3, Shirley Kisfts 515, Rose Woke 36, Dot Clark 573. TWNC4RK7WL - Tim Hartley 709, Dave Reagan 491, Tom Herdwick 171; Juanita Owen 573, Mary MeOvrn 515. TiMOEIl - Chuck Letner 141, Larry Woodrey 453, La Am Yackty aUtktrrvn Stout 577, Naomi Stoneroa 5(4 TROTWOOO - Pal Merctr 6. Paul Elton 63; Mite Elton 516, DecOie Bamer 531, Linda Mokw S3. VARSITY - Km Bemnjton 644. Ted Mayberry 64S, Dick Burton 6; Btrb Burton 576, Judy Mayer 554 WOOTJMAN - Chuck Ftrrts 171, Bi Rya Jr. 642, Jim Water 654; Sharon Bridges S4,AntrttnnahS73. 299 GAME Bert Cattty, 117-219-233-711, he left the 4-pin k IM Stor City League it Imperial Bowl 800 SERIES Jaka NktU, 277-215-275-417 k Ike Deluxe League at BetrnoM Lanes. Horse Racing LEBANON Results FUST - Psce, Mi Miss Sksw Cress Gtffi) ,1.40, 3.M, 2.20; JR. Knoll (Sdjesser) 120, 2.20; Golden Princt (Hit- ntni iJv. CONO - Ptct, til: Uttk Chicken mm) 40.M, 22.00, 10.40; Royil's Spe- caty (Owensl 48, 140, Desira Chris A-bensonl 173 Dan Data) -a-ntai.3 gtnth-ll-nsTlil THtJO - Pact, 2101 One By Land rSctessrl 8, 4J0, 13; Smt's Doctor Ba (Essa JrJ 420, 13, Jt Mars Kb (Ptvtr) 440. 0ak-(1-1)0444 FOURTH - Pact. 231 Pipes J B. IMebcn) 143, 73, 141; Mix Jley (Deiev) 53, iU; Naughty Ben ICltmmom) 3J0. TrwKk-ll-l-l)s4t4a FIFTH - Trol, 1:1 1.1: Huntington TCentr) 48, 1, 43; Myont Gent (Scarber-auth) 8 8, lat; MicliaN Otympan (ritmt-lon)123. SIXTH - Pice, Mtt Mtudem J.B. (While) 11.11, 12 (0, 2.20; Siuling Silk IScMesser) 54 2.20, Agitate (Coven) 2J0. Trktcki (1-15) 1)173 SEVENTH - Pice, 2-17.4 Starpa Bret (Alcrlson) 13, 5, i. Caatak Brerneood (Hiynts) 43, i.N; Pkntahon Crest (C-ah-nm)4 EIGHTH - Pact, 2043: Little Luck (Hamlell 3.44, 161, 2.20; C Anm Guy (Lovely) 0, 53; Good Recovery (Clotts) 5. Trait- (4-1-4)147541 NINTH - Pact, 2444 R. And M Bret Svm Jr.) 43, 4, 100; Kared (Lmiy) 140 ; ; Skipper's C-em (Conover) 240. TENTH - Pace, it Sterling's Choice (Hamnonl 2640, t, 4 Georgia's Promrst (Shipt Jr.) 1, 113, Gtly Spnvr (Riikr) 18 TrtKti- (5-1-7) $2,21141 H-SI4LM;A-10 LATONIA Results FOIST - Maid, fVi fur. 122 Good Fa Surnpk (Gonitki) 25, 43, 7J0; The Sipstor INeK) 3, 140, Leo's Cult Avenger (Cooksey) 521 SECOND - Clam, I fur., 1:12.4. Pacific Roaer (Cooksey) 54). 410, 3.60; WMswept Land (Marine.) 10.20, 720; Ludk'i Boy (Sous) 133. Dan Oath-(HI) 123.3 THKD - Maid., I fur., 1:111: Cracker Ash (Foster) 440, 120, 240; Leo's Cadet (Cooksey) 4, 120, Itsa Rad (Row) 420. Euck-IS-DUt FOURTH - Claim, I fur: Watch Your Lip (New 58, 4, 160; BJ.'s Miss IN-Hsen) 148, 620; Mini Marion (Rose) 340. FIFTH - Claim., 4 tur 1:111: Boat (Roe) 2140, 12.3, 7; Wesley H. (Foster) II, 410; Mountain Traffic (Ctlo) 4 Exacto-ll-U.leUI SXTN - Ckim, t'i fur., 1:. Errtrds Sun IMcKal 4 4, 1; U. Gold (DtLagutrditl 540, 4J0; Do (Btrtrtm) 340. SEVENTH - Ckim, I milt, l:3t: R. Amber (Cosli) 120, 53, 4; The Greet Axe (Puckett) 1340, 13; Big Jan Brown (Bar-trim) 113. Exack-(l-3)SKia EIGHTH - Alow., 6 fur., 1:121: Conlro-vtrsial (Foster) 540, 320, 2.60, Dusty Prince (Hidalgo) 1(0, 3; King Carmel INefi) 3.40 NINTH - Ckim., I mde, 1:41: Mighty Rlc ICHol 420, 13, 3; Speak Fruentty (Cosla) 440, 160; Panic's Punch IHidttto) 440. Exidl- (3-5) 1148 A-3-644;H-M4M3 Local Golf AREA RESULTS - Hole-iii-one Bad Bitot, used a l-ron a the 105-yard No. 17 on the Kitty il Kittyhiwk. Off-track bets on Run for Roses? Tribe signs TV pact CLEVELAND The Cleveland Indians and Sports Time Cable Network have announced a two-year agreement permitting the network to televise 25 Cleveland home baseball games this season and 30 home games in 1985. Sports Time, a pay television network headquartered in St. Louis and with studios in Cincinnati, offers sports television in 15 states, including Ohio. The agreement, announced Tuesday, does not cover the Cleveland metropolitan area. Sportscaster Kevin Slaten and former major league pitcher Al Hrabosky will handle the play-by-play duties. Lloyd, Jaeger win semis INGLEWOOD, Calif. Chris Evert Lloyd and Andrea Jaeger scored semifinal victories Tuesday night in the $125,000 Carta Blanca Invitational women's tennis tournament at the Forum. Lloyd breezed to a 6-1, 6-2 victory over Lisa Bonder and Jaeger struggled to a 4-6, 6-2, 7-5 triumph over Bettina Bunge. Lloyd and Jaeger will square off Wednesday night for the championship of the three-day, six-player event. The winner will earn $40,000 while the loser will collect $30,000. LOUISVILLE, Ky. This year's Kentucky Derby may be the first that would allow off-track betting. Churchill Downs announced Tuesday that it had reached agreement with representatives of a horsemen's group on a plan to allow off-track betting and simulcasting of the 110th Kentucky Derby on May 5. Under the tentative pact with the Kentucky Thoroughbred Association, Churchill Downs would use 51 percent of any proceeds from off-track betting as bonuses for purses of all races in its spring and summer meets. The proposal may not stand, however, because a spokesman for a rival horsemen's organization indicated in February that there could be a court challenge. Borg beaten by Gerulaitis PHILADELPHIA Five-time Wimbledon champion Bjorn Borg, who retired from competitive tennis last year, was beaten 7-6, 7-6, Tuesday night by Vitas Gerulaitis in an exhibition tennis match that lasted one hour and thirty-seven minutes at the Spectrum. Tuesday's match was the third stop on a seven-city tour for this exhibition series, which has been billed as the "Superstar Tennis Challenge." College Basketball OLYMPIC BASKETBALL OLYMPIC TKIAL HVfTATWHS Mark Acres, Oral Roberts University; Mark Alark, Duke; Slew Akord, Indiana; Charles Barklty. Auburn; VValter Barry, Sm Jacinto Junior Cotett; Len Bits, Maryland; Steve Stack, LiStH; Sam Bowk, Kentucky; Chirks Bradky, Uimrtity of South Florida; Deiny Brooks, Roatrs Hps SrjoHNclyn City, Ind.; Mike Brown, George Wtshkoton; Michael Can, Sin Diego Slate; Reetevtt Chatrnat, Oayta; Lorenzo Chants, North Ctrobni Stale: Stive Colter, New Mexico State; Tyrone Corbin, DePtuL vYardtO Curry, Virata Tech; Johnny Dtwkins, Duke; Bruce Douglas, itrois; Jot Duron, McNttw Still; Dtvk Durrani, Bnthtrn Yount; Patrick Etkf , Gectalown; Vera Fleming, Georgia; Alvin Franklin, Houston; Lancaster Gordon, Louts; Greg Grant, Utah Slate, AC. Green, Oregon Stale; Mark Mahal, hlorttttsltrn; Steve Harris, Tutsa; Butch Hays, CaHorma, Charles Htgh-towtr, U.S. Armed Forces; Jay Humphries, Colorado. Bobby La Hurt, AJabarna; Lewis Jackson, Alabama Stele; Chants Jones, Louis-vie; awheel Jordan, North Caroima; Jot Kieine, Arkansas; Jon Koncak, Southern Methodist; Larry Kryslkowiak, Montana; Keith Lee, Memphis Stale; Karl Makxw, Louisiana Tech.; Danny Miming, Lawrence High School, Lawrence, Kansas; Meurka Martin, SI. Joseph's, Pa.; Jim Mister, Ken-lucky; Chris Mutn, St. Join's, NX; Jay Murphy, Boston Cotegt; Sam Perkins, North Cirolnt; Chuck Person, Auburn. Ed Pkckney, Vtaovt; Terry Porter, Wscomin-Stevtits Point; Mark Price, Georgia Tech; Fred Revnokts, Texts-El Paso; Alvin Rooertson, Arkansas; Aubrey Sherrod, Wichita Slate, Charlie Sitton, Oregon Stale; Gene Smith, Georgetown; Kenny Smith, North CtroCnt; Terence Slinsbury, Tertwc; John Slocukm, Gooiata University; Greg Stokes. Iowa; Roy Tirpley, Michigan; Artlhony Teachey, Wake Forest; Wavman Tisdak, Ctlahomi; Jett Turner, Vaderbilt. MeMn Turoin, Kentucky; Nick Varas, University of Santa Clara; Mill Wagner, Louhvite; Kenny Walker, Kentucky; Dwavne Washinglon, Syracuse; Willie While, TanesseKnirlinoow; John Williams, Tulare; Efrem Winters, llrors; Leon Wood, Cakfornii SttFutertjn, Michael Young, hvjuston. College tabs Van Breda Kolff EASTON, Pa. (AP) Bill "Butch" van Breda Kolff, former coach of the Los Angeles Lakers, is returning to Lafayette College, where he began his head coaching career 33 years ago. Van Breda Kolff, 61, who most recently coached at a high school in Mississippi after 28 seasons in college and the pros, replaces Will Rackley. Rackley resigned March 13 after a 12-17 record this past season and a 44-66 mark In four years at Lafayette, which plays in the East Coast Conference. Lafayette's athletic director, Olav B. Kollevoll, called van Breda Kolff "a proven success and a great personality." Van Breda Kolff, who started his coaching career at Lafayette in 1951, said he was very pleased to be back. "This is fun, and a whole new lease on life," he said. "I've always loved Easton and Lafayette. Let's just say I've matured since my first time here." Van Breda Kolff said he contacted Lafayette about the job two weeks ago when he heard it was open because "this is where I would like to finish it out." Van Breda Kolff posted a 68-34 mark in four years at Lafayette. He led the Leopards to their best season ever in 1954-55 when the team went 23-3 and received a berth in the National Invitation Tournament. 1 lRST'K;oX! The Tofa) Door Company Do something about BREAK-INS & ENERGY LOSS with the 3 H-eS imn rx- fSrisham ADJUSTABLE Fit Door Slzn from30'to42"Wldt) ; SECURITY Dl ,DOOR Double Cylinder Deadbolt ! Security Lockguard Security-Mounted Hinges 15 Distinctive Styles Available Decorative Castings 253-91811 1112 SPRINGFIELD ST.! Proudly JT OPENER! vHl r - VU 1984 SEASON OPENER! The $1 .3 million ASA Silver Creek Series SUNDAY, APRIL 8 1:00 PM It's a $45,000 shoot-out for the nation's top drivers, including DICK TRICKLE, BOB SENNEKER, MIKE EDDY, MARK MARTIN, JIM SAUTER, BUTCH MILLER, ALAN KULWICKI and a host of othersdriving new Camaros, Firebirds and Thunderblrds In a 200-lap race you won't forget! Practice, qualifications Saturday, April 7, noon to 5 PM Raindate, Sunday, April 15, 1 PM. -The Silver Creek "Good Buy"- Bring your can of Silver Creek smokeless tobacco to the track on Sunday and save S3 on a $15 adult admission. Limit one discount per ticket and no sample cans please. You must be 18 to quality for discount. Off 1-75 at Cin.-Dayton Rd., West Chester Phone: (513) 777-7771 QUEEN CITY SPEEDWAY Regular Sat. Nlte Racing Begins April 14, 8 PM lattjBiiMl. ttwafcoNV mm y-?rrv Acmo imui " Poes your Business RV School iFarm irootf leak? X You need J PREMIUM COATING New Topf lex can be used on Built-up Roofs Mobile Homos Shingles Trailer! 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