Daily News from New York, New York on January 7, 1989 · 38
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Daily News from New York, New York · 38

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Saturday, January 7, 1989
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38 O DAILY SPORTS NEWS Saturday, January 7, 1989 I SPORTS WIRE IDS Mr The Arena Football League may not be welt, but it's still alive. Commissioner and leag je founder Jim Foster tried to Quell rumors of trie summer league's imminent demise by announcing yesterday that operations will continue and be restructured. The six existing teams - New York Knights, Cricago Bruisers. Detroit Drive, Los Angeles Cobras. New England Steamrollers and Pittsburgh Gladiators will compete; expansion teams in Washington and Denver are possible. League headquarters will stay m Chicago. The new season might not begin until mid- or late May instead of April. Foster said plans call for another 12 -game schedule and two weeks of playoffs, but he Indicated that could be subiect to change. B West Virginia AD Fred Schaus. who led a Mountaineer resurgance capped by the grid team's II -0 regular season in 1983, announced he will retire June 30 after nearly eight years on the job. "I'll be 64 on June 30th . . . and I want to be able, while I'm in good health, to do the things that I and my wife want to do." Schaus told a news conference. WVU president HmU Buckiew said Schaus who also coached the Mountaineer hoopsters to the 1959 NCAA title game and later coached the NBA Lakers will remain with the school on a part-time basis after June 30, coordinating special projects. BASKETBALL: BJckerstafTs kin hassled Seattle police apologised to the family of SuperSonics coach Bernto Blcfcerstaff for any misunderstandings that might have occurred when officers, with guns drawn, stopped a car containing BckerstafTs daughter and two companions and frisked her in the wee hours. BickerstafTs wife, Eugenia, said their daughter. CydrW, had done nothing to warrant the stop. Councilman Norm Rice said the incident was an example of the civil-nghts encroachments young people face m Seattle's Central Area as police step up their war against drugs. "I understand that they (po(ce) have a very difficult and dangerous job and we must respect that." BickerstafT said. Police said the officers were looking tor a car simitar to the ore in which Cydm B.ckerstaff was ndmg. Police Capt John Pi rah said. "I would certainly say that any time there's a misunderstanding of any kind we're going to apologize." B Florida freshman point guard Jose Ramos was "suspended indefinitely" by coach Norm Sloan after a shouting incident at practice. Ramos, who has started but struggled this season, shouted obscenities at Sloan and walked off the floor at the Georgia Coliseum, where the Gators will play tonight Ramos, who started rone of 12 games, was averaging 6.2 points. B Gerald Posey, a sophomore point guard from Trenton, was officially removed from Marquette's roster even though school officials say they still haven't heard from him. Posey sat out last season under Proposition 48. GOLF: Jon leads T of C; Arnle Irata Steve Jones took the lead and Arnold Palmer very nearly took a walk in the second round of the Tournament of Champions in Cars! bad. Calif. Jones shot 69-138 in blus-. tery winds. Chip Beck (70) was one shot back; PGA champion Jeff Sluman (71) veteran Lanny Wadkins (70) and Mark Calcavecchia (69) were at 141. Palmer, competing in the separate but simultaneous competition for Seniors, said, "That's the closest I've ever come to walking off the golf course" after he and Harold Henning were assessed a two-shot penalty for playing from the wrong tees. Palmer's anger was directed at the unique situation under which Seniors play from shorter tees on nine of the 18 holes long a very sore point with Palmer. Palmer finished with a 74149; Henning was 78 153. Dale Douglass had the lead after a 72 -139. TENNIS: Finn stuns Masur Finland's Veil Paloheimo, a pro for only six months, upset No. 5 Wally Masur of Australia. 6-4. 4-6, 6-3, to advance to the semifinals of the $123,400 South Australian Open in Adelaide. Paloheimo, ranked 117th, had beaten No. 3 Slobodan Zlvojinovic of Yugoslovia in the first round. B Top-seeded Helena Sukova of Czechoslovakia breezed to a 6-4, 6-4 victory over Catherine Tanvter of France to advance to the semis of the $150,000 Danone Australian Hardcourt tournament in Brisbane. She will meet Patty Fendick of the U.S., who beat No. 7 Jana Novotna of Czechoslovakia, 6-4. 6-1. Also. No. 11 Gretchen Magers of the U.S. lost to Dutch teenager Brenda Schuitz, 6-3, 7-6. BASEBALL: Bell spurning Astros Unsigned free agent Buddy Bell, who reportedly has drawn the interest of several AL teams, told the Houston Astros he is no longer considering playing for them. Bell was acquired as a free agent by the Astros last June from the Cincinnati Reds in exchange for minor-league pitcher Cart Grovon. He hit .253 with seven home runs and 37 RBI. SOCCER: MISL orders part of game replayed The MISL ordered a league-first replay, of a part of a : GOLDEN GLOVES ENTRY BLANK 1 Sanctioned by Metropolitan, ABF Competitors must be at least 16 years of age and un- der 26 as of Feb. 28. 1989. I The Novice class is for those who have, since their 1 16th birthday, had less than 6 bouts in public competition starting Jan. 1, 1982. The Open class is for those who have had more than ? 5 bouts since Jan. 1 . 1 982, or who have competed in pub- tic competition before Jan. 1. 1982. 161 1 r a h ft (m mar ri(W aafeM mi ebm) HI ft. Movies 112 a. DIM-. Ilia. DIM. 123a. 171b. 132a. M. 1MB. SiarM.(20lB.) teas lysearMs sr prist skorly sad suO f: Isly Im efcaritkw, too. 22t E. 424 St, taw Tors, i.T. 1M17 g0 Apt. CitylSWo CsCoso CM (IF NONE. ENTER UNATTACHED) game, nullifying the final 24 minutes, 7 seconds! of the Dec. 27 Kansas City at Baltimore match and voiding the Blast's 8-6 victory. The game resume with the score 4-3 on April 2 in Baltimore before the regularly scheduled match. The reason involves an interpretation of a new rule which says that on certain conduct penalties players cannot return to the field until the first stoppage of play. Kansas City protested because it said two of its players were not freed from the penalty box after a series of fights when they should have been. B The U.S. and Australia played to a 1-1 tie in the first round of the World Indoor Championships in Vienna. Eric Eichmann scored for the U.S. MHIrti7iW.HU;WiMHI.'.l CrlquI Cutting Back It was a combination of logistics and a heavy workload that led ace sportscaster Doe CrlquI to end his tes after a three-year run with "Imus in the Morning," now heard over WFAN (660 AM). Before joining the Don Imus show. Cn-qui was a member of WOR's ' Rambling With Gambling" for almost two decades. "I've worked with two of the best guys m the business." Cnqui said. "But it was time to cut back on things. I've only had two days off since August. Plus, the trek to Queens (where "Imus" now originates) was getting a bit much." Cnqui. a Jersey commuter, said he'tl continue doing NBC's "News at Sunnse." his daily N3C-Radio commentaries, weekend sports and his numerous commercials. "Of all the people I've worked with. Imus is one of them. That's a joke," Cnqui said, chuckling. Celebrating the King's Birthday Tomorrow is Elvis Presley's birthday (he would have been 54) and WCBS (101.1 FM) will mark the occasion with a live four-hour broadcast from the Presley mansion. Graceland, starting at 3 p.m. The program will include rare early Elvis recordings and o'd interviews found in the Graceland vaults. Corg Klein hosts. Also celebrating the occasion, tomorrow (2 6 p.m.) is country music WYNY ( 103.5 FM). with "Elvis on the Air." Host Steve Christopher promises $ 10.000 to anyone naming a legitimate Elvis recording he can't play. Station Breaks Kudos to WQCD ( 101.9 FM) promotion director Phil Rspooport for those jacy TV commercials ("It's cool to be cooi"). The station has doubled its audience since Switching formats last summer. . . . JsfTroy B. WUUams, son of the late WUUe B.. takes over WNEW's (1130 AM) "Milkman's Matinee" this weekend (midntght-6 a. m.L . . . Long Island's own singing superstar Debbie CJbson guests on Mafic Matt Alan's syndicated series, "Hitlifte. USA." tomorrow Ultajdnigrrtj OnWHTZUp0.3 FM). . . . Max KJnkol pays tr b Jte to his parents' golden anniversary tonight (WC8S-FM. mid.) For the second year m a 'gut, WQR listeners pitjd Beethoven's Ninth y'Tpf oy ai their all -time fa ejre Clascal composition. 6:00 6:30 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30 11:00 11:30 The People CSS News News Wheel of MOVIE: ARMED AND DANGER- Dirty West 57th News Fortune OU8 (PG-13, S8) Dancing Ryan White ' . 4 m College Football: Headlines She's the 227 Amen Golden Empty Hunter News I Main Event Hula Bowl (Uve) onTnal Sheriff Girts Nest or 1 Three's Close for Family Ties MA"S"H The Reporters Cops (Premiere) News Taxi Comic Strip Uve Company Comfort News ABC News StsnelA. New York MOVIE: SCARFACE (R, "S3) News I ABC News Ebert Views Al Padao, MIcaaHa Ffurfff - A Team it s a Mama's College Basketball: Villanova at St. John's (Live) News Benny Hill Barney Nightmares Living I Family Miller ' m-13:30 Charles m From Star Trek: Next War of the Worlds: I Fnday the 13th Monsters USA Tales From MOVIE Charge Scratch Generation Epiphany Tonight Darkside nr 1:30 MotorWeek Wild Nature: Costa Rica: Innovation I This Old Mystery! Inspector Mystery! Inspector MOVIE: THE BIG America Paradise Reclaimed ' House Morse: All the Dead Morse: All the Dead CLOCK f 48) m-12:30 M 8:30 m Doctor Who: (7:10) Blake's 7: World at War. Italy Odyssey: N!ai, Story National Geographic: Reginald luff- Leisure Hive Deliverance of a !Kung Woman Chesapeake Borne Pemn Hollywood al Poten Heno Friendship Eye on Masterpiece Theatre: Upstairs, Downstairs: Scheherazade Evening Weekend Teievrson Austria Sloop Dance Me & the Girts News From the Front WithStars Magazine . , Topo Noticiero Sabado Gigante Tu Musica Punto y Aparte GigiO Urwwsion MTV Imemacional DestrazaV Consejitos Walter Mercaao: Predicciones 1989 Noticiero Japanese Show w 12:30 Destrozos CNN Puoiic People. Sake) Twilight MOVIE: TRIBUTE (PG, "80) Jack Van Father Mc-1 TV MOVIE: Private Lives Ebert Zone Jacfc Lammoa, Robby Baaaoa Impe Donnough THURSDAYGAME a 3 Vanity Chronicle Eagle Living Dangerously; Shortstones Edward Mrs. 'Slap' Variety Fair I the Bear Arctic Odyssey Simpson Maxwell Tonight NFL Trivia Sports- College Basketball: Maryland at Clemson (Uve) College Basketball: Duke at Virginia (Live) Sports- Basketball Game Center Center m-1:30 S m MOVIE: MUNCHIES (PG, T) I MOVIE: EMPIRE OF THE SUN (PO, T) I Not Necessarily the MOVIE mao MOVIE I Hanay Kmhi CarUtlan Bala, JoM Malkovtc Year in Review -1 .. I m TV MOVIE: WHY I TV MOVIE: ONE SHOE MAKES IT MURDER I Leg Work I Cagney & Lacey I Lady Blue urm MET fS4) I f2) Rooart MHcImmii ( M - S:30 MOVIE: HOW THE WEST WAS WON I MOVIE: FIRST BLOOD (R, "82) I MOVIE: WALL STREET (R, '87) (G, 'S3) Jamaa Hwwrl SylvtT Stalloaa Mich I Douglaa, Chfile Sh i M Hoc key: New York Lou Car- College Basketball: Seton Hall at Syracuse (Uve) College Basketball: Boston College at Pittsburgh at New York (Uve) f nesecca S -m MOVIE: I MOVIE: DRAGNET (PO-13, "S7) I MOVIE: DEATH WISH 4: THE CRACKDOWN I MOVIE: FRANK AND I EXPLORERS (PG. tS) D Ayfcrey, Tom Hirta (R, '87) Chart Srowoii, Kay Imz (R, -84) w 12:30 Mockey: Islanders Devils Pregame; Hockey: Detroit Red Wings v. Hockey Horse Off the Air rcl v. Rangers (Uve) New Jersey Devits (Lrvei Night Racing U.S. Olympic Gold: I NWA Wrestling in 1988 J MOVIE: A MAN CALLED HORSE (PG, '70) (11:20) Night Tracks: ' aoung give) ,, t 1 ,i Richard Harrta, Jwlrta Andoftt, t ... 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