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Wythevllle (Ark.) Courier News - Monday, March 8, 1987 - Page Nine COLLEGE By THE ASSOCIATED PftESS AIC Invitational At Pine Blutl Semifinals Southern State 66, Arkansas A&M (1 Henderson State 16S, State College 85 EAST St. John's, N.Y., 78, Mass. «4 Providence 77, Brown 88 Temple 78, LaSalle «1 Columbia 57, Cornell 51 Syracuse 93, Colgate 78 Boston Col. 76, Holy Crtss 71 Rutgers 88, Penn St. 76 Lehigh 61,. Lafayette 55 St. Bonaventure 55, Canisius 52 St. Michael's, Vet., 109, Clarkson 87 Williams 75, Amherst 80 Fordham 65, NVU 55 SOUTH No. Carolina 92, Duke 79 West. Ky. 55, Mid. Tenn. « Ky. Wesleyan 85, Bellarmine 61 Florida 96, Georgia 63 Vanderbilt 110, Kentucky 94 Mississippi 58, Miss. =t. 57 Tenn. 87, Louisiana St. 60 Wake Forest 78, Maryland 64 So. Carolina 59, N.C. St. 54 MIDWEST Michigan St. 75, Purdue 71 Wisconsin 80, Michigan 79 Kansas 64, Nebraska 57 Bradley 88, St. Louis 62 Illinois 80, Indiana 70 Iowa 90, Ohio St. 58 Kansas St. 51, Okla. St. 40 Iowa St. 69, Oklahoma 63 DePaul 84, Dayton 79 Minnesota 86, Northwestern 84 Notre Dame 84, Creighton 59 Evansville 73, DePauw 70 Miami, Ohio, 82, Pittsb'gh 68 Tulane 68, U. of Chicago 64 Toledo 90, Va. Tech 71 SOUTHWEST Wyoming 65, New Mexico 64 FAR WEST UCLA 103, California SS Hauston 90, Air Force 80 Utah 92, Arizona St. 81 Utah St. 77, Seattle 76 Brig. Young 70, Arizona 58 Stanford 81, So. California 79 Oregon St. 69, Washington 66 Wash. St. 82, Oregon 79, ot Gdnzaga 96, Idaho St. 81 llllinilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllinilllllll' Cage Pros By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Eastern Division W. L. Pet. G-B. Phila'phia ..61 11 .847 Boston .;... 54 17 .761 6H New York . 36 40 .474 27 Cincinnati ..33 41 .446 29 Baltimore .. 19 55 .257 43 . Western Division San Fran. . . 41 32 .562 St. Louis ... 33 40 .452 8 Los Angeles 32 40 .444 fttt Detroit ..... 28 44 .389 12H Chicago .... 28 45 .384 13 Saturday's Results Cincinnati 109, Baltimore 102 Chicago 125, St. Louis 122 San Fran. Ill, New York 102 Sunday's Results Boston 130, Los Angeles 105 Chicago 113, Cincinnati 106 Philadelphia 131, Detroit 108 St. Louis 132, Baltimore 103 New York 115, San Fran. 103 Today'i Games Detroit? vs. Boston at Providence, R.I. Cincinnati vs. St. Louis at Memphis, Term. Los Angeles vs. Philadelphia at Pittsburgh. Tuesday'! Game* Lot Angeles at New York Boston at Chicago Jet Spa Winner HOT SPRINGS, Ark. (AP) John D. Askew'i Muted Rose seeks her second straight victory in the $5,000 feature race at Oaklawn Park today. Muted Rose and Elton Gordon's Our Little Red, twice a loser it the wire, are expected to rank as the favorite* among eight 3-year-old fillies vying in the 5H-furlong allowance dash. Others entered are Verns Lea Farm'* Devancer's Flash (111), Leslie Combs' Havlook (113), fa- man and Hallock's Lollilania (108), H. J. Robert*' She Jr. (113), Mr*. W. P. tcc»«' Creole Miss (US) and Valentine Baby (116). Jet Charter, from the stable of Jame* Rune, won the $7,500 King Cotton Pane Saturday by covering the mile and 70 yards in 1:40. Jet Charger won by 2V« length* and paid 116.80, $4.80 and ».». Naught; Jester wai aeeond, paying ».JO and *2.80 white favored Bay Phantom finished third, returning $2.80. In a $4,504 sub-feature, Batbi Delight beat six other 3-year- olds in a six-furlong test. Barbs Delight covered the dlitance In 1:10 14 and returned $XM, $2.60 and ».». Air Boat paid $3.20 and fMO to plate and Re- witd* Nturad »M to *•». Clift6rt Whitney had a nifty 5S7 in Sunday Mixed Doubles League at Strat-0-Lanes. Mike Howell powed 198-520; Russ May 208; Jerry Swarz 199; Ann Shover 499; Jean May 171-498; and Jane Byerly 162453. Ninth-place King Pins popped 796; and league-leading Alley Cats 2273. SUNDAY MIXED DOUBLES W 69 y. 66 62 55 it Alley Cats Mayes Book ,fc Muilc Turkey s&obters .... M»ybee .. Bucats 51 Oo GStttrt 48 Gutter Gtne 37M, Sirry-Bout-Thit 33 "e KlhJ Pitis 30% Liberty Super Market . 27 HOUSEHOLD EXEC W Alley Katt 2214 Agrlc* I? Liberty Cash is Blythevllle Tractor .... 171,4 Queftn Pififi 17 Hurst Tru Toi«s 14 Turkey Trio 13 All Slaw II 3 Missis 10 NO. 12 10 Pin Busters 10 Light Hitters « 48 5814 ' 8 1014 11 14 15 17 18 18 18 22 WEDNESDAY EARLY BIRD W It 54 L 29 40 42 45 li .81 55 57 Biytfieviiis Tin. ... 7-uj Farmers Bank .... Wonder Bread McFalls Florist 45.. KS,tz 41 Dainty Fingers 39 J & T Photo Studio .... 31 V s * * * Jack lice railed 234-600: Bob Turner M3-5SO; Jim Howlin 550; and J. L. Bellinger 209 In Farmers League Thursday night at Shamrock. JJood's Hying SeOvlcs regls- tertd 1048-3008. FARMERS W L MoCann's Land Agency . 17 7 Phillips Ford 18 8 C and G. Gas Co 12 12 Hood's Flying Service .. 11 13 Campbell's "68"'Express 9 15 Home Oln Co. 7 17 In. -Friday . Nlte Mixed Doubles League: Harry Lutes 202-552; Jack Tlce 192-546; Gayle Clark 203-536; Vaughn Shownes 215-533; B«a Edwards 205-527; B1U ROdgers 191-527; Tony Oelser 214-507; and Juanlta Jones 190-495. "F" Troop showed 832-2388. . FRIDAY MIXED DOUBLES W L Outlaws 36'J 23>/2 Weak-finders 36 24 Leftovers 35 25 4'H's 33 27 Durst-Berry 32 28 4 B>s 32 2S "F" Troop 31V& 28% Hopefuls ... 30 30 Beginners 24 36 . Stormy C's : .... 18 44 No One to Match Peggy Fleming .VIENNA .(AP) - The world's best figure skaters — past and present — said the winners in' the 1967 World Figure Skating Championships will dominate the competition next year in the Winter Olympics. •••• They siy there is nobody yet who can match the grace and precision of Peggy Fleming of Colorado Springs, Colo., in the women's skating. They say that Emmerich Danzer, the Viennese grocer's son, still is supreme in the men's division and that Russia's Ludmila Belousova and Oleg Protopopov, although both in their 30s, can still hold off a pack of talented young challengers. And all agree that England's Diane Towler and Bernard Ford are the best of the ice dancers. * * * Dick Button, one of the world's all-time great figure skaters and now a television sports producer, made this prediction for the 1968 winter Olyhpics at Grenoble, France: "If this year's winners skate as good as they can, they will win again." Two-time women's champ, Miss Fleming, an 18-year-old Colorado college freshman, put the finger on Karen Magnussen of Canada as an up-and-comer. At 14, Miss Magnussen was the youngest skater in the women's competition and finished 12th. Bob, Chief Score at Base Bob Livingston carded 32 low net and Anthony (Chief) Zlclinski scored 38 low gross in the golf tournament at Ely- theville Air Force Base Saturday. Dick Dale was runnerup in low net standings with 33, Bob Jones knocked 33.S, Pro Bill Pace announced that the season-opening tournament is April 1-2, 36 holes, full handicap. Interested shooters are asked to sign up now at the pro shop. Perfect Season at Y Phillips Unbeaten Phillips Ford basketeers finished an unbeaten season Saturday night and claimed both the YMCA Seanior League championship and the tournament championship by squeezing past Langley Auto Sales 6563 in an- up-and-dOwn ball game. In the consolation game Randall Company forfeited to Ark-Mo Handy Flames. * * * The Phillips men were forced to go all out in faking the tournament championship. They led 15-12 after one period but fell behind 32-31 as the half ended. In (he third quarter they built a six-point advantage at 5347 and needed all of it as Langley stormed back in the fourth on a 16-12 quarter. * * * FOur of Phillips' five; starters were in double figures, led by Ron Wright at 20. Charles Tippy scored 15; Paul Wilbanks 12; Johnny Ellis 11; and John Thompson 7. For Langley's Gale Downing divided game nbnors with 20, while Morris Finley swished 13; Bill LandOn 12; and Bill Langley and Larry Thompson 9 apiece. Presbyterians March In YMCA's season-ending Inter-Church tornament Saturday afternoon, First Presbyterian advanced to the tourney finals with a lopsided 115-43 win over First Baptist's No. 2 team; and First Methodist, with some of its players as managers of the Slytheville High varsity in Little Rock, failed to place a team and was moved out of the tourney by Trinity Baptist. In the double elimination affair, First Baptist No. 1 and First Presbyterian are scheduled at 2 p.m. Saturday for championship of the winners bracket, while Trinity and First Baptist No. 2 must attempt to eliminate each other for another shot at the top runners. * * * First Presbyterian had little trouble with the undermanned Baptists who had at least two first stringers on the sick list. They hope to have these men back in harness Saturday against Trinity. The First Baptist No. 1 Presbyterian game should be an interesting one to watch. In three previous meet- Ings this season, First Baptist won the first, Presbyterians the second and Baptists nailed down the league campionship on a two-point win in the play-off. AIC FINALS TONIGHT Riders vs. Reddies PINE BLUFF, Ark. (AP) Southern State guris for a, second straight berth in the NAIA basketball tournament tonight when the Muleriders battle Henderson State'at 7:30 in the finals of the Arkansas Intercollegiate Conference invitational basketball tournament. Southern State, the regular season AIC champion for the past two seasons, could earn the NAIA spot with a triumph tonight. Should Henderson win, the two teams would meet Duddy Signs State Aces LITTLE ROCK (API-Arkansas basketball coach Duddy Waller announced Saturday that he had signed two of the state's top basketball players to applications for scholarship aid, including the school's first Negro player. * * * The signing to applications Is as far as Waller can go until the actual signing date April 1. Those signed re 6-foot4 Jackie Ridgle, a Negro from Altheimer Martin and 6-foot-6 Larry Grisham from Pine Bluff White Hall. Ridgle averaged about 151 points a game this season and Grisham averaged more than 20 points per game. again Tuesday night to determine District 17's representative in the meet.. * * * Southern State advanced to the finals with a 6&-61 victory over Arkansas A&M while Henderson .outscored State College 103-95 in semifinal games Saturday. Donnie Denton and Milton Hancock scored 16 points each for SSC and Ronnie Turney had 21 for A&M. Larry Ducksworth paced Henderson with 36 points and Mickey Johnson had 29 for State College. HOG GOLFERS WIN FAYETTEVILLE, , Ark. (AP> — Arkansas' golf team. posted a 9-0 triumph over. Western Illinois 3t the Fayetteville Country Club course Saturday. The Razorbacks' Sammy Brown took medalist honors with a 1-over-par 71. Sprfoj Experiment New Baseball Rule By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS | team in the Giants' first intra- Il's October, 1972, and Willie Mays, who is 41 years old, has 713 lifetime home runs, just one less than Babe Ruth's career total. The Giants and Dodgers are tied for the National League lead and are playing each other or 1 the last day of the season. The Dodgers lead 1-0 in the eighth inning and Mays, used only as a pinch hitter now, bats for the pitcher. He lines the second pitch into the leftfield stands, tying the game and Ruth's record. The crbwd goes crazy, but they are waiting for the next inning. The Dodgers go out in order in the ninth and sb do the first two Giants and then — what's this? — Mays pinch hits again. Another homer for Willie, who breaks Ruth's record and wins the pennant for the Giants? Impossible, you say? Against the rules? Maybe not if an experiment now being tried in the Chicago White Sox' spring training camp at Sarasota, Fla., works out. * * * The Sox announced Sunday they had been given permission to use the same pinch hitter twice in any game against American League opponents during 'eight games of the, grapefruit season. The other teams will have the same option. The only restrictions are that the batter to be used twice must be designated before the game starts and that he can't bat twice in the same inning. Eddie Stanky, White Sox manager, said, "Both basketball and football have changed their rules for the fans and we should do the same. Furthermore, this means the specialists can stay around longer and when expansion comes again we can get by with smaller player limits." In other spring training action Sunday, rookie Bill Sorell hit a home run giving Tom Haller's team a S-l victory over Mays' squad game of the year. Rich Rollins hit two homers and rookie Ron Clark hit another in » Minnesota Twins game. Gene Alley, Donn Clendenbn and Bob Oliver hits home runs in a Pittsburgh Pirate intra- team game. Berflie Allen's homer led coach Eddie Yost's team to a 32 victory over Coach Joe Pig- nstano's team in the Washington Senators' camp. The Boston Red Sox are waiting to see if infielder George Smith will be lost for a long period because of a knee injury suffered practicing a run-down play. New York Mets' Manager Wes Westrum said rookie Greg GOosen was pressing catcher Jerry GrOte for his job and the position is wide open. Mickey Mantle continued working out at first base in the New York Yankee camp and outfielder Bill Robinson, acquired from Atlanta in the trade for Clete Boyer, worked for 20 minutes in the batting cage. Sad Finish for Aaron Insists He's Not Jinxed By BEN FUNK MIAMI, Fla. (AP) - Doug Sanders came through with a solid 70 while Tommy Aaron could show only a sad smile for his efforts in the filial round of D6ral Open Golt Tournament Sunday. Sanders wound up with a nine- under-par 275 to win the $20,000 first prize mtd Aarbn shook his head in disbelief after a quadruple bogey on the ninth hole. "No," Aaron said, "I don't feel like I'm jinxed." But many others felt differently when disaster struck the amiable, 30-year-old Georgian just when a big dream — his first victory on the golf trail — seemed about to come true. A water hazard and an official penalty saddled Aaron with the monstrous quadruple bogey just as the title seemed in his grasp. I And Sanders came through the wreckage to take it away from him. Aaron had come close before. He had led several other tournaments and finished hot on the heels of the leaders. Bullet Joe Dies KANSAS CITY (AP) - Wilber (Bullet Joe) Rogan, 78, a former pitching star for the Kansas City Monarchs' baseball team, died Saturday. Rogan ended his 18-year career with the Negro American League club in 1937. He got his nickname from his speedball that his former teammate and catcher Frank Duncan once de- siribed as comparable to the fast bal lof Dizzy Dean. Piow Boy's Sale of Aberdeen-Angus Cattle 80 Bulls - 80 Lots 70 Females Including: cows with calves at foot and bred and open heifers. 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