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Tulane unlikely place for scandal By FRANCES FRANK MARCUS c.1985 N.Y. Times News Service NEW ORLEANS — Unlike the school's flashy football stadium, the Louisiana Super- dome, Tulane's basketball arena is no palace. , Fans call it "the Cracker Box." A modest building on a busy street in uptown New Orleans, it seems an unlikely launching pad for an investigation that led last week to the indictment of three basketball players, three other Tulane students, two men off campus and perhaps the end of the university's men's basketball program. District Attorney Harry Connick of Orleans Parish says the investigation is continuing and more arrests may follow in the point-shaving case that has focused on home games against the University of Southern Mississippi Feb. 2, a 64-63 victory, and against Memphis State Feb. 20, a 60-49 loss. When the indictments were returned by the grand jury Thursday, the district attorney, who had sought the indictments vigorously, . had already been upstaged. A few hours earlier on the campus, Tulane's president, Eamon M. Kelly, had announced the resignations of , the head basketball coach, Ned Fowler, and two assistant coaches and his decision-to seek university approval to end basketball at Tulane. Approval from the board of administrators and the University Senate is likely. The case began quietly a little more than a month ago with a dinner conversation, a rumor or two that quickly multiplied and a phone call one day from a basketball coach in -Georgia to an assistant coach at Tulane. • The word was that there had been point- shaving at the two games with players changing the game's point margin for the benefit of . gamblers. : Investigations began, one prompted by information provided by a Tulane fan, Edward F. ,, Kohnke 4th, a New Orleans lawyer in private practice who had also worked as a volunteer for the district attorney. Kohnke learned over r dinner with his brother last month of a rumor that a Tulane basketball player had called a student at Louisiana State University some* time before Feb. 20 and told him, "The fix is on for the Memphis State game." The LSU student reportedly had bet and won. Kohnke decided to tell the district attorney. Tulane had already begun its own separate inquiry into the rumors and had notified the FBI, which began a third inquiry, suspended this week until the Orleans Parish district attorney could complete his. Last week, the university began another inquiry into possible recruiting violations after being called by the district attorney. Kohnke, who has now stopped aiding the prosecutor's office because of differences with Connick over the way the district attorney is handling it, says cocaine was a key element in the case, the cement that forged a friendship between the players and the students who, he says, concocted the scheme with the players in order to place winning bets. The eight who have been indicted are studies in contrasts. The three players include the team star, 23-year-old John (Hot Rod) Williams, a senior from Sorrento in-rural Louisiana near New Orleans, 19-year-old David Dominique, a sophomore from Louisiana's Cajun country, and 21-year-old Bobby Thompson, a New Orleans senior described by Kohnke as "more sophisticated" than the others. The three players have been charged with violation of the state's sports-bribery law. Two teammates, Clyde Eads of Tampa, Fla., and John Johnson of Columbus, Ga., both 22-year- old senior forwards, who have also been implicated, talked to the grand jury after being granted immunity from prosecution. The indictment says the five players received $3,500 from the students in connection with the Southern Mississippi game and $13,500 in connection with the Memphis State game. Also indicted was 48-year-old Roland Ruiz, a convicted gambler, and 23-year-old Craig Bourgeois, 'both of New Orleans, charged with sports bribery in a separate incident. The indictment discloses for the first time that another Tulane game, against Virginia Tech in Blacksburg on Feb. 16, was an object of the investigation. According to the indictment, Williams, Dominique, and two students, Gary Kranz of New Rochelle, N.Y., and Mark H. Olensky of Fair Lawn, N.J., conspired unsuccessfully before that game to commit bribery for an undetermined sum. Kranz and Olensky have been charged with sports bribery and conspiracy to commit sports bribery. In addition, Kranz has been charged with distributing cocaine to players. Another defendant, David J. Rothenberg of Wilton, Conn., has been charged with conspiracy to commit sports bribery. Occupying top billing with the point-shaving revelations last week have been the revelations over Tulane's admitted NCAA recruiting violations, cash payments to players by the head coach, Ned Fowler, widely respected among the sports community here since his arrival in 1981 from a successful career at Tyler Junior College in Texas. Kelly said at a news conference Thursday that the university had found the violations during its "continuing investigation of irregularities" in the university basketball program. Leaving the state courthouse Thursday after appearing before the grand jury, Fowler refused to answer reporters' questions about news reports last week that he had paid Williams $100 a week. According to sources close to the investigation, Williams made a statement soon after his arrest last week that when he was a high school senior, he was paid $10,000 in cash by Tom Green, a former assistant coach at Tulane who is now head coach at Fairleigh Dickinson University, and a well-dressed man he could not identify. Green has denied the allegations. Fowler and the two assistant coaches who resigned, Mike Richardson and Max Pfeifer, have not been implicated in the point-shaving incidents. The Salina Journal Monday, April 8,1985 Page 10 Walker runs wild By The Associated Press Herschel Walker, overshadowed in the early season by teammate Doug Flutie, rushed for a United States Football League game record 233 yards, including a record 88-yard touchdown run, in leading the New Jersey Generals to 31-25 victory over Sunday over the Houston Gamblers. Flutie, the rookie quarterback who sign-1 ed for a reported $7 million dollars! after winning the! Heisman Trophy! at Boston College, jx/ has been the' league's media^ darling this year. Walker Sunday at East Rutherford, N.J., Flutie scored on a 7-yard run, but it was a Walker show as the Generals built their record to 4-3 and handed Houston its second straight loss. The Gamblers^ 5-2, still lead the Western Conference by a half game over Arizona, Oakland and Denver. In Sunday's other games, San Antonio nipped Birmingham, 15-14, and dropped the Stallions into a USFL roundup first-place tie with Tampa Bay in the Eastern Conference and. Baltimore beat Los Angeles, 17-6. Saturday, Tampa Bay beat Jacksonville 31-17 and Portand defeated Oakland 30-17. Monday night, Arizona plays at Denver. Walker, who won the Heisman Tfophy before joining the Generals from .Georgia three seasons ago, scored New Jersey's first two touchdowns on his long run, which broke the record 83 yards he set in 1983, and on a one-yard plunge on fourth down. His total rushing yards broke the record of 207 set by Todd Fowler of Houston last year and helped the Generals set a team record 343 yards rushing, breaking a mark set by Oakland. Jim Kelly passed for 333 yards and two touchdowns for Houston. At San' Antonio, Nick Mike-Mayer kicked three fields goals, including a 24-yarder with 11 minutes left that proved to the winner, to give the Gunslingers a 3-4 record and drop Birmingham to 5-2. A crowd of 8,873, samllest in the Gunslingers' two-year history, saw San Antonio cut the Birmingham lead to 14-13 when lineback Putt Choat recovered a fumbled interception and ran 2 yards on the final play of the third quarter. Birming- ' ham scored on Chuck Clanton's 49- yard return of an interception and quarterback Cliff Stoudt's one-yard sneak. Allen Harvin, who carried 26 times for 111 yards, scored on runs of 2 and 21 yards in the fourth quarter and led Baltimore, 3-3-1, past the Express, 1-6 at Los Angeles. Tony Zendejas accounted for Los Angeles' scoring with field goals of 48 and 35/yards. "He's something else ... another three-touchdown night," Tampa Bay Coach Steve Spurrier said after running back Gary Anderson sparked the Bandit's victory over Jacksonville at Tampa by rushing for one touchdown and caught passes for two more. Tampa Bay quarterback John Reaves, who completed 22 of 38 passes, threw scoring strikes of 13 and 7 yards to Anderson in the fourth quarter after hitting Larry! Brodsky with a 24-yard TD toss in the second periord. ; Scoreboard Basketball NBA standings By The Associated Press "" EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pet. GB y-Boston 62 16 .795 - X.Philadelphia 56 22 .718 6 x-Now Jersey 39 39 .500 23 x-Woshington 38 40 .487 24 New York 24 54 .308 38 y-Milwaokee x-Qelroil x-Chkago Cleveland Atlanta Indiana Central Division .709 .538 .481 .436 .397 .269 13 1 /, 18 21 1 /. 24 1 /, 34V, WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division y-Denver x-Houslon x-Dallos x-San Antonio x-Ulah Kansas City 51 27 45 33 42 36 > 40 39 38 40 30 48 Pacific Division 58 20 39 39 34 45 31 48 29 49 22 57 .654 .577 .538 .506 .487 .385 .744 .500 .430 .392 .372 .278 6 9 11V, 13 21 19 24'/, 27'/, 29 36V, y-L.A. Lakers x-Portland Phoenix Seattle L.A. Clippers Golden Stole x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Sunday's Games Boston 114, New York 102 L.A. Lakers 135, Portland 133, OT Detroit 113, Milwaukee 91 San Antonio 126. Houston 105 Denver 130. Golden Stale 125 Phoenix 125, Seattle 110 Monday's Gome Chicago at Indiana. 6:30 p.m. Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Washington, 6:30 p.m. New Jersey at Cleveland, 6:30 p.m. Boston at Philadelphia, 7 p.m. Dallas at Kansas City, 7:30 p.m. San Antonio at Houston, 7:30 p.m. Detroit at New York. 8 p.m. L.A. Clippers at Utah, 8:30 p.m. Denver al l.A. Lakers, 9:30 p.m. Phoenix al Portland. 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscores CELTICS 114, KNICKS 102 New York (102) Wilkins 2-3 1-2 5. Orr 9-14 1-2 19. Bannister 10-18 3-9 23, Sparrow 7-19 12 15, Walker 7-18 3-4 17. Bailey 3-5 1-3 7. Grunleld 3-7 2-3 8, Tucker 4-7 0-0 8. Tolals 45-91 12-25 102. Boston (114) McHole 8-12 1-3 17, Bird 15-27 6-8 38, Parish 8-13 4-6 20, Johnson 5-10 7-8 17, Ainge 2-7 4-4 8. Williams 3-7 6-8 12. Kile 0-0 0-0 0. Buckner 1-3 0-0 2. Carr 0-0 0-0 O.Totals 42-79 28-37 114. New York 27 19 31 25—102 Boston 33 34 21 26-114 Three-point goals—Bird 2. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—New York 46 (Wilkins 10), Boston 59 (Parish 21). Assists—New York 23 (Sparrow 8), Boston 30 (Bird 10). Total fouls-New York 24. Boston 23. Technicals—Bannister. A-14.890. PISTONS 113, BUCKS 91 Milwaukee (91) Pressey 3-9 2-2 8, Cummings 7-22 0-4 14. Lister 2-4 0-2 4, Moncrief 3-4 3-3 9, Hodges 2-6 0-0 4. Mokeski 1-3 0-0 2. Grevey 1-7 1-2 3. Breuer 6-6 0-1 12, Pierce 5-10 6-8 16. Thompson 3-11 3-3 9. Davis 5-12 0-0 10, Engler 0-2 0-0 0. Totals 38-96 15-25 91. Detroit (113) Tripucka 4-12 7-7 15, Tyler 10-15 0-0 20. Laimbeer 5-12 7-9 17, Long 4-8 2-2 10. Thomas 6-12 II 14. Benson 1-60-0 2. Johnson 7-8 1-215, Campbell 4-8 0-0 8. Cureton 3-4 4-6 10, Jones 0-0 0-0 0, Steppe 1-1 0-0 2.Totols 45-86 22-27 113. Milwaukee 21 18 19 33- 91 Detroit 26 28 28 31-113 Three-point goal—Thomas. Fouled out— None. Rebounds—Milwaukee 50 (Cummings 10), Detroit 64 (Laimbeer 14): Assists—Milwaukee 15 (Pressey 4). Delroil 30 (Thomas 14). Total fouls-Milwaukee 20. Detroit 24. Tech- nicals—Milwaukee illegal defense. A-16,153. SPURS 126, ROCKETS 105 Houston (105) McCray 3-5 0-2 6, Sampson 6-13 2-2 14 Olojuwon 6-13 4-4 16. Hollins 2-5 02 4, Lloyd 6-12 0-0 12, Micheaux 2-5 l-l 5 Wiggins 8-16 1-317. Lucas 3-100-06. Reid 5-13 0-1 10. Leavell 2-4 3-4 7, Ehlo 244-48. Totals 45-100 15-23 105. Son Antonio (126) lavoroni 6-6 1-2 13. Mitchell 9-14 1-4 19. Gilmore 10-13 12-13 32. Moore 3-6 00 6 Robertson 5 10 7-8 17, Paxson 68 2-2 15. Banks 2-4 3-4 7. Cook 3-3 0-0 6. Knight 3 6 0-0 7. Jones 1-1 224. To- lals 48-71 28-35 126. Houston 22 22 30 31-105 Son Antonio 35243532-126 Three-point goals—Paxson. Knighl. Fouled out —Olajuwon. Rebounds—Houston 46 (Oljuwon 8), Son Antonio 47 (Gilmore 10). Assists—Houston 23 (McCray 6), San Antonio 40 (Robertson, Paxson 9). Total louls-Houslon 31, San Antonio 24. A-9.17B. LAKERS 135, BLAZERS 133 (at) Portland (133) Carr 4-9 1-2 9, Vandeweghe 11-19 2-3 24, Bowie 8-16 5-10 21. Colter 1-12 3-4 5, Drexler 10-25 2-2 23, Paxson 6-12 1-2 15. M. Thompson 7-14 7-10 21, Valentine 1-5 6-8 8. Norris 2-2 3-3 7. Totals 50-11430-44133. Los Angeles (135) Rambis 6-11 2-4 14. Worthy 10-24 1-2 21, Abdul-Jabbar 8-14 5-6 21, Johnson 11-16 17-19 39, Scott 10-14 4-4 25, Cooper 1-4 0-0 2. McAdoo 4-8 0-0 8, Spriggs 0-2 2-2 2, McGee 1-3 0-0 2. Kupchak 0-2 1-2 I.Tolals 51-98 32-39 135. Portland 25 36 30 33 9-133 Los Angeles 4027332411-135 Three-point goals—Paxson 2, Drexler, Scott. Fouled out—Drexler, Abdul- Jabbar. Rebounds—Portland 61 (Bowie 20), Los Angeles 71 (Rambis 15). Assists—Portland 25 (Drexler 13), Las Angeles 32 (Johnson 11). Total fouls—Portland 29, Los Angeles 33. A-13.186. NUGGETS 130, WARRIORS 125 Golden State (125) Smith 7-12 4-7 18, Short 9-19 5-7 24, Whitehead 5-8 3-4 13, Wilson 3-8 5-5 11, Floyd 7-14 4-6 19, Conner 4-9 1-2 9, Teagle 5-8 0-0 10, Plummer 3-8 2-4 8, Thibeaux 1-3 1-1 3, Alekslnas 5-7 0-0 10. Totals 49-96 25-36 125. Denver (130) English 14-26 14-16 42, Natl 3-7 4-4 10, Cooper 7-13 1-2 15. Lever 10-16 2-3 22. Dunn 2-9 1-2 5, Issel 4-5 5-5 13, Hanzlik 1-41-2 3, Evans 1-4 0-0 2, Turner 2-4 0-0 4. Kopick) 2-4 4-4 8, Schayes 2-2 0-0 4. While 1-3 0-0 2. Tolals 49-97 32-38 130. Golden Stale 15 33 38 39-125 Denver 39 34 24 33-130 Three-point goals—Short, Floyd. Fouled out —Whitehead. Rebounds-Golden State 55 (Smith 8), Denver 57 (English 10). Assists—Golden Stale 24 (Conner 7), Denver 34 (Lever II). Total fouls—Golden Slate 28, Denver 28. A-10,089. SATURDAY'S LATE BOXSCORES WARRIORS 141, KINGS 125 Kansas City (125) E.Johnson 13-24 5-6 31. Thorpe 3-7 44 10. Thompson 3-6 2-2 8, Drew 7-12 45 18. Theus 7-13 1-2 15, Meriwealher 45 0-0 8, Woodson 8-14 1-1 17, Olberding 3-6 3-3 9, Verhoeven 1-2 0-0 2. Nealy 3-3 0-0 6, Buse 0-1 0-0 0. McNamara 0-1 1-21. Tolals 52-94 21-25 125. Golden State (141) Shorl 14-25 13-13 42, Smith 4-6 2-2 10. Whiteheod 3-8 6-6 12. Floyd 7-13 33 17. Wilson 1-7 2-2 4, M.Johnson 2-7 44 9. Teagle 5-5 0-0 10. Conner 4-4 9-11 17. Aleksinas 1-4 0-0 2, Thibeaux 3-5 11 7, Plummer 2-3 7-10 11. Tolals 46-87 47-52 141. Kansas City 32293034-125 Golden State 38 43 22 38-141 Three-point goals —Short, M.Johnson. Fouled out —None. Rebounds-Kansas City 36 (E.Johnson 8), Golden Stale 56 (Smith 15). As- sisls-Konsas City 32 (Drew 13). Golden Stale 27 (Floyd, Conner 7). Total fouls—Kansas Cily 37. Golden Slate 23. Technicals—Kansas City head coach Johnson, Woodson. A—4,836. Today's schedule MONDAY, APRIL 6 BASEBALL Toronto at Kansas City, 1:35 p.m. Atlanta (Mahler 13-10) at Philadelphia (Corlton 13-7), 6:35 p.m. Los Angeles (Valenzuelo 12-17) at Houston (Ryan 12-11). 7:35 p.m. Only games scheduled Standings By The Associated Press Exhibition Season AMERICAN LEAGUE W Toronto California Chicago Detroit New York Milwaukee Baltimore Oakland Minnesota Seattle Kansas City Boston Cleveland Texas L Pel. 9 .679 10 .600 .594 .567 .556 .531 .500 .500 .448 .448 .444 .429 .429 .417 NATIONAL LEAGUE 18 11 IB 12 14 10 19 15 19 17 15 17 14 13 13 13 12 12 12 10 Atlanta 18 11 .621 Chicago IB 12 .600 Philadelphia 14 10 .583 Los Angeles 15 11 .577 Cincinnati 15 12 .556 New York 13 12 .520 Son Francisco 14 14 .500 Houston 14 17 .452 San Diego 12 15 .444 Montreal 12 17 .414 St.Louis 6 14 .364 Pittsburgh 6 18 .250 Sunday's Gomes Baltimore 2, Rochester (AAA) 1 Chicago White Sox 8. Pittsburgh 4 Atlanta 2, Montreal 0 St. Louis 6, New York Mets 1 Houston 3, Phiadelphio 0 San Francisco 7, Oakland 5 Chicago Cubs 8, Seattle 8, 9 innings, curfew Minnesota 2, San Diego 2, 13 innings, curfew Los Angeles at California, 4:05 p.m. Toronto 4, Milwaukee 3 At Manhattan Oklahoma State 001 010 4-6 6 3 Kansas State 010 000 0-1 3 2 Joe Giordenella, Chris Bayley (5) and Carlos Diaz. John Caresio, Jeff Peterson (7) and Kevin Moore, Bobby Buom- peniiero (6). W—Giordenella 4-0. l-Caresio 3-4. HR-Oklohoma St., Incaviglia (19). Oklahoma Stole 000 1012 5-18 14 4 Kansas Stale 000 00 1 I— 2 6 2 Chris Bayley, Reese Lambert (4) and Mike Day. Wally Bramlage, Will Clarke (4), Jell Peterson (4), Otto Kaifes (5), Ronnie Stalls (5), Tom Meyer (6). Scott Lichlyter (6) 6nd Kevin Moore. W—Lambert 2-0. L—Bramloge 4-2. HR—Oklahoma St., Bryan Kostlshion (2). Oklahoma Slate 000 320° 1-6 7 2 Kansas Stale 200 100 0—4 8 1 Jlmmle Long, Gordie Dillard (4), Jell Bronkey (5) and Carlos Diaz. Robbie Guinn, Wally Bramlage (5) and Kevin Moore, Bobby Buompenslero (7). W-Bronkey 4-1. L—Guinn 4-2. HRs—Okalhomo St., Incaviglla (20). Kansas St. Koiles (6). Baseball Probable starters Opening Day Probable Pitchers By The Associated Press All Times CST MONDAY'S GAMES American league Cleveland (Blyleven 19-7) al Detroit (Morris 19-11). 12:30 p.m. Texas (Hough 16-14) at Baltimore (G.Davis 14-9). 1:05 p.m. New York (Niekro 16-8) at Boston (Clemens 9-4). 1:05 p.m. Toronto (Slieb 16-8) at Kansas City (Black 17-12), 1:35 p.m. Only games scheduled National League Montreal (Rogers 615) al Cincinnati (Solo 18-7), 1:05 p.m. Only game scheduled TUESDAY'S GAMES American league Chicago (Seover 15-11) at Milwaukee (Haas 9-11). 12:35 p.m. Minnesota (Viola 18-12) at California (Will 15-11). 9:30 p.m. Oakland (Sutton 14-12) al Seattle (Young 7-17), 9:35 p.m. Only games scheduled National League St. Louis (Andujor 20-14) al New YorklGooden 17-9). 12:35 p.m. Pittsburgh (Rhoden 14-9) at Chicago (Sutcliffe 16-1). 1:20 p.m. San Diego (Hoyt 13-18) at San Francisco (Laskey 9-14). 3:05 p.m. V Hockey NHL standings FINAL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W L y-Phldpha 53 20 x-Wshngln 46 25 x-NY Isfnds 40 x-NY Rngrs 26 New Jrsy 22 Piltsbgh 24 Pts 113 101 86 62 54 53 OF GA 348 241 322 240 345 295 264 276 y-Montrl x-Quebec x-Bulfalo x-Boslon Harlfard Adams Division 41 27 12 94 309 312 345 346 385 Career goals 1985 Baseball Milestones By The Associated Press A list of milestones that may be reached during the 1985 season: BATTING • Pete Rose, with 4.097 hits, needs 95 hits lo break Ty Cobb's all-time record ol 4,191. • Rod Carew, with 2,929 hits, needs 71 hits to reach 3,000. • Reggie Jackson, with 503 home < runs, needs 10 home runs to pass Ed Mathews and Ernie Banks and move Into 10th place on the all-time list. • Dave Kingman, with 377 home runs, needs 23 home runs to reach 400. PITCHING • Tom Seaver, with 288 wins, needs 12 wins to reach 300. • Phil Niekro, with 2B4 wins, needs 16 wins lo reach 300. • Don Sullon. with 280 wins, needs 20 Wins to reach 300. • Nolan Ryan, with 3,874 strikeouts, needs 126 strikeouts to become the lirsl pitcher lo reach 4,000. • Sieve Carllon, with 3,872 strikeouts, needs 128 strikeouts lo become Ihe first pitcher to reach 4,000. • Sieve Carlton, with 313 wins, needs 2 wins to pass Gaylord Perry and move into 10th place in career victories. Today in history By The Associated Press April 8 1969 - The Montreal Expos played their first regular season game — the lirsl International contest in major league history — and defeated the eventual world champion New York Mels 10-9 ol Shea Stadium. Expos starling pitcher Dan McGinn hit Ihe expansion team's first home run. 1974 — In the home opener al Atlanta, Henry Aaron broke Babe Ruth's career record by slugging his 715th home run off southpaw Al Downing, College linescores At Columbia, Mo. Kansas 002 000 0-2 63 Missouri 236 110 x-13 16 1 John Heeney, Bret Morris (3). John Quinn (5) and Rob Thomson. Paul James and Moll Greer. W—James, 6-1. l-Heeney, 2-3. HR-Missouri. Hollo (5). y-Sllouis ••Chicago x-Delroit x-Minnsta Toronto 91 323 90 290 82 303 69 268 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division 37 31 12 86 Smylhe Division 299 309 313 268 253 262 275 237 287 318 299 357 321 358 298 332 302 326 401 y-Edmontn 49 '20 11 109 401 x-Winnipg 43 27 10 96 358 x-Colgary 41 27 12 94 363 X-L.A. 34 32 14 82 339 Vancver 25 46 9 59 284 x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Sunday's Games Boston 5, Toronto 1 Montreal 5, Buffalo 4 St. Louis 6, Delroil 5, OT Washington 7, Pittsburgh 3 Quebec 4, Hartford 1 Philadelphia 6, New Jersey I Winnipeg 4, Calgary 4, tie Chicago 3, N.Y. Rangers 1 NHL playoffs By The Associated Press Division Semifinals (Best-ol-Five) SERIES A Wednesday, April 10 N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Philadelphia at N.Y. Rangers, TBA Sunday. April 14 Philadelphia al N.Y.. Rangers, 6:35 p.m., if necessary Tuesday, April 16 N.Y. Rangers at Philadelphia, 6:35 p.m. SERIES B Wednesday, April 10 N.Y. Islanders al Washington. 6:35 p.m. Thursday. April II N.Y. Islanders at Washington, 6:35 p.m. Saturday. April 13 Washington al N.Y. Islanders, 6:05 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Washington al N.Y. Islanders, 6:05 p.m.. if necessary Tuesday, April 16 N.Y. Islanders al Washington. 6:35 p.m., if necessary SERIES C Wednesday, April 10 Boston ol Montreal, 6:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 Boston at Montreal, 6:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Montreal al Boston, 6:05 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Montreal at Boston, 6:05 p.m., If necessary Tuesday, April 16 Boston at Montreal, 6:35 p.m., if necessary SERIES D Wednesday, April 10 Buffalo ol Quebec, 6:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 Buffalo at Quebec, 6:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Quebec al Buffalo, 6:35 p.m. Sunday. April 14 Quebec al Buffalo, 6:05 p.m., If necessary Tuesday, April 16 Buffalo at Quebec, 6:35 p.m., if necessary SERIES E Wednesday, April 10 Minnesota al St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 Minnesota al St. Louis, 7:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 SI. Louis at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. Sunday, April 14 St. Louis at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m., II necessary Tuesday, April 16 Minnesota at St. Louis, 6:35 p.m., if necessary , SERIES F Wednesday, April 10 Detroit at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Thursday. April 11 Detroit at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Chicago at Delroil, 6:35 p.m. Sunday. April 14 Chicago at Detroit, 6:05 p.m., if necessary Tuesday, April 16 Detroit al Chicago, 7:35 p.m., if necessary SERIES G Wednesday, April 10 Los Angeles at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 Los Angeles at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Edmanlon al Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Edmonton at Los Angeles, 9:35 p.m., if necessary Tuesday, April 16 Los Angeles al Edmonton, 8:35 p.m., if necessary SERIES H Wednesday. April 10 Calgary at Winnipeg, 7:35 p.m. Thursday, April 11 Calgary at Winnipeg, 7:35 p.m. Saturday, April 13 Winnipeg at Calgary, 7:05 p.m. Sunday, April 14 Winnipeg at Calgary, 7:05 p.m.. II necessary Tuesday, April 16 Calgary al Winnipeg, 7:35 p.m., if necessary LPGA results RANCHO MIRAGE, Calil. (AP) — Final scores and earnings Sunday in the $400,000 Nabisco Dinah Shore tournament over the 6,275-yard, par-72 Mission Hills Country Club course (o-denotes amateur): 70-68-70-67—275 71-68-73-60—278 69-68-72-70-279 76-68-69-68—281 72-67.73-69—281 70-74-69-70-283 68-76-72-68-284 71-70-72-71—284 70-68-75-71—284 A.Miller, {55,000 J.Stphnson, $33,000 J.Clark, $24,000 B.Solomon, $16,603 D.Strebig, $16,603 Pat Bradley, $13,079 M.BIackweldr, $9,343 Jane Geddes. $9,342 Betsy King. $9,342 Golf PQA results GREENSBORO, N.C. (AP) - Final scores and money-winnings Sunday in Ihe $400,000 Greater Greensboro Open Golf Tournament on Ihe 6,958 yard, par 72 Forest Oaks Country Club course: J.Sindelor. $72,000 CStodler, $35,200 Isao Aoki, $35,200 C.Pavin. $19,200 Ed Flori. $13,560 J.SIuman, $13,560 D.Tewell. $13.560 Don Pohl, $13,560 B.Kratzert, $13,560 Brad Faxon, $9,200 Jodie Mudd. $9,200 F.Zoeller, $9',200 Nick Faldo, $9,200 L.Wadkins. $9.200 Sandy lyle, $7.000 Ray Floyd, $7,000 Mark Brooks, $6,000 John Cook, $6,000 P.Jacobsen. $6.000 Bob Gilder, $5,000 S.Simpson. $5,000 P.Stewart, $3,713 T.Volenllne, $3,713 Jim Simons, $3,713 B.Gardner, $3,713 B.CIampell, $3.713 P.BIackmar, $3,713 P.Ooslerhuis. $2.780 Andy North. $2.780 Jim Nelford. $2.780 R.Mallbie, $2,780 Jack Renner. $2,264 Mike Reid, $2,264 J.Mahafley, $2,264 L.Ten Brock, $2.264 P.Sheehan. $9.342 69-69-71-75-284 Beth Daniel, $6,820 72-75-70-68-285 Nancy Lopez, $6,819 76-69-71-69—285 K.Whitworth, $5,606 72-74-73-67—286 Donna Coponi, $5.605 71-75-68-72-286 Hollis Slacy. $5,605 72-68-74-72-286 L.Peterson, $5,605 72-71-69-74—286 B.Peorson, $4,765 70-74-74-69-287 M.Spncr-DvIn, $4,764 70-67-77-73—287 D.Mossey, $4,114 74-76-71-67—288 Juli Inkster. $4,114 73-74-72-69—288 S.Borrett, $4,114 76-73-69-70-288 Rosie Jones, $4,114 70-74-70-74-288 Jane Crofter, $4,114 Rabin Walton, $3,568 73-72-74-70—289 Dot Germain, $3,568 73-70-71-75—289 Patli Rizzo. $3, (76 73-71-76-70-290 M. Figueras, $3.176 71-72-75-72-290 J.Corner, $3,176 73-73-71-73—290 S.Turner, $3,176 73-73-71-73-290 C.Johnson. $3,176 72-69-76-73-290 B.Louer, $2.747 74-72-74-71-291 Cathy Morse, $2,747 75-72-72-72-291 Amy Alcotl, $2,747 73-74-72-72—291 3). 7-6 (7-5). Championship Championship Ivan Lendl, Czechoslovakia, del. Mats Wilander, Sweden, 6-1, 6-3, 4-6, 6-4. Auto Racing Grand Prix RIO DE JANEIRO, Brazil (AP) — Final times in Sunday's Formulo-l Brazilian Grand Prix aulo race: 1. Alain Pros), France, McLaren, 1 hour, 41 minutes, 26.115 seconds, 181.527 kilometers per hour. 2. Michele Alborelo, Holy, Ferrari, 1:41:29.374, 181.400 3. Elio de Angells. Italy, Lotus, 1:42.16.464, 177.100, minus 1 lap 4. Rene Arnoux. France, Ferrari, 1:41:50.647, 174.900, minus 2 5. Patrick Tomboy, France, Renault, 1:42:15.509. 174.200, minus 2 6. Jacques ialfite, France, Ligler, 1:42:40.029, 173.500, minus 2 7. Stefan Johansson, Sweden, Tyr- 69-70-75-74-288 re ||, 1:41:46.965, 172.000, minus 3 ,»-" -' - "•><• - e Philippe A || iot| prance, RAM, 1:42:32.697. 170.700, minus 3 9. Martin Brundle. Britain, Tyrrell, 1:40:21.711, 171.400, minus 4 10. Derek Warwick, Britain, Renault, 1:41:54.024, 168.900, minus 4 Hawaii of the Pacific Coast League. Sent Marv Foley, catcher, to Glens Falls of Ihe Eastern League. ST. LOUIS CARDINALS—Sent Kevin Hagen, pitcher, and Willie Loiado, infielder, to Louisville of the American Association. Placed Jeff Lahti, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list. HOCKEY National Hockey League HARTFORD WHALERS-Called up Dean Evason, center, from Blnghamton of the American Hockey League. PITTSBURGH PENGUINS—Signed Jell Cooper, goaltender. to a multi-year contract. COLLEGE TENNESSEE STATE-Named Larry Reid head basketball coach. Track Football Soccer 68-76-72-69—285 70-74-71-71-286 71-69-74-72-286 75-70-71-71-287 74-73-71-70-288 66-71-77-74-288 71-72-71-74-288 68-74-71-75-288 71-74-69-74-288 71-71-77-70-289 70-75-74-70-289 72-72-74-71-289 73-73-70-73-289 69-74-72-74-289 67-75-73-75-290 70-76-66-78-290 72-72-73-74-291 73-71-71-76-291 74-69-70-78-291 73-71-76-72-292 73-73-73-73-292 71-77-72-73-293 76-73-71-73-293 70-75-72-76-293 71-74-71-77-293 68-70-75-80-293 70-74-68-81-293 77-71-73-73-294 72-74-72-76-294 70-72-72-80-294 69-73-72-80-294 70-75-76-74-295 73-72-76-71-295 74-75-70-76-295 71-70-75-79-295 USFL standings MISL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST Eastern Division W L Pet. z-Bollimore 31 14 .689 y-Chicago 27 19 .587 y-Clevelond 24 21 .533 Minnesota 22 23 .489 y-SI. Louis 22 24 .478 Pittsburgh IB 28 .391 x-Cosmos 11 22 .333 Western Division z-San Diego 35 11 .761 y-las Vegas 29 16 .644 y-Los Angeles 23 22 .511 y-Wichlta 21 23 .477 Kansas City 20 24 .455 Tocoma 16 30 .348 Dallas 12 34 .261 x-ceased indoor operations y-cllnched playoff berth z-clinched division title Sunday's Game Minnesota 7, Pittsburgh 4 Monday's Gam* Kansas City at Los Angeles, p.m. Tuesday's Game Dallas at Minnesota, 7:35 p.m. GB 4V, 7 9 9V, 13V, — 5V, 11V, 13 14 19 23 9:35 Brmghm T.Bay N.Jersey Bllimre Memphis Jksnvle Orlndo By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE W L T Pet. PF PA 2 .714 .714 .571 .500 .429 .286 .143 175 200 172 126 140 158 120 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 520 .714 228 Arizona 4 2 0 .667 135 Denver 4 2 0 .667 133 Oakland 4 2 1 .643 175 Prllnd 3 4 0 .429 101 S.Antnio 3 4 0 .429 94 L.A. 1 6 0 .143 130 Sunday's Games San Antonio 15, Birmingham 14 New Jersey 31, Houston 25 Baltimore 17, Los Angeles 6 Monday's Game Arizona at Denver, 8 p.m. 133 153 181 96 157 208 193 163 93 126 160 142 133 164 Etc. Softball Tournament AT SALINA S8S Concrete will be sponsoring a lower-league men's slo-pitch Softball tournament at the Sunset Park diamond an May 3-4-5. The tourney is lor C League learns and lower. Entry fee for the tourney is $75 plus two ASA approved soflballs. The deadline for entering Is April 30. Individual trophies will be awarded to the first place team. For more Information, contact Dennis Tingen (913-825-1952) or Perry Trow (913-823-9589). Tennis Wayne Grady. $2.264 74-70-72-79-295 Volvo results CHICAGO (AP) — Sunday's results In the $325,000 Volvo Tennis Chicago tennis championships: Singles Championship John McEnroe. New York, del. Jimmy Connors, Sanibel Island, Fla., default. Doubles Championship Yonnick Noah, France, and Johan Kriek, Naples, Fla., del. Ken Floch, St. Louis, and Roberto Seguso, Sunrise, Fla., 3-6, 4-6, 7-5, 6-1.6-4. Monaco results MONTE CARLO. Monaco (AP) - Sunday's results in Ihe $325,000 Jacomo Monte Carlo Open tennis tournament: Singles Semifinal Ivan Lendl. Czechoslovakia, del. Henrik Sundslrom. Sweden, 4-6. 7-6 (7- T Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX-Placed Rich Dolson, pitcher, on the supplemental disabled list. Unconditionally released Ron Reed, pitcher. Sent Jose Castro, infielder, to Buffalo ol the American Association, CLEVELAND INDIANS-Placed Rick Behenna, pitcher, on the 15-day disabled list, retroactive to April 2. Acquired Ihe contract of Fred Manrique, infielder, from the Toronto Blue Jays. DETROIT TIGERS-Sent Doug Baker and Mike Logo, infielders, lo Nashville of the American Association. NEW YORK YANKEES-Sent Mike Armstrong and Alfonso Pulido, pitchers, to Columbus in the International League. Placed Marty .Bystrom, pitcher, on the 60-day disabled list. Added Juan Bonilla, infielder, and Henry Collo. outfielder, to the roster. TORONTO BLUE JAYS-PJaced Ron Shepherd, outfielder, on Ihe 15-day disabled list. National Leogue HOUSTON ASTROS-Signed Nolan Ryan, pitcher, to a two-year contract, Bob Knepper, pitcher, to a three-year contract plus two option years, and Terry Puhl, outfielder, to a four-year contract. MONTREAL EXPOS-Waived Mike Ramsey, infielder. NEW YORK METS-Sent Sid Fernandez, Calvin Schiraldi and Wes Gardner, pitchers, to' Tidewater of the International League. Recalled BUI Latham, pitcher, and Terry Blacker, outfielder, from Tidewater. PHILADELPHIA PHILUES-Traded Ivan DeJesus, shortstop, and Bill Campbell, pitcher, to Ihe St. Louis Cardinals for Dove Rucker. pitcher. Assigned Rucker to Portland al the Pacilic Coast League. Re-signed Kiko Garcia, inlielder. PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Placed Steve Kemp, outfielder, on Ihe 15-day disabled list. Sent Denny Gonzalez, infielder, and Ray Krowczyk, Manny Sac- miento, and Bob Walk, pitchers, lo Prep results JEWELL INVITATIONAL BOYS Team Scores Wilson I03'/i, Mankato 99>/i, Tlpton 92. Pike Valley 69, North Central 35, Benninglon 31, Kensington 26, Beloil- St. John's 24, White Rock 16, Eastern Heights 14. Glasco 9, Hillcrest 6, Mil- ' lonvale 2, Jewell 1, Tescotl 1. Individual Results Shot put — I. Frilschen, W, 45-7; 2. Turner, MK, 43-2V,; 3. Mick, SJ, 41-8Vi. Javelin - 1. Basort, MK, 153-11; 2. ' Grauerholz, K, 148-9; 3. E. Miller, NC, ' 143-0. Long lump — I. Mick, TP, 20-2'/,; 2. Esles, PV, 19-11; 3. Struckhoff, K, 199 1 /.. Pole vault — 1. Esles, PV, 11-6; 2. J. Colson. MK, 11-0; 3. Dowlln, G, 10-6. High lump — 1. J. Honsen. W, 6-4; 2. Lackey. SJ, 5-10; 3. Brislow, W, 5-8. Discus — 1. Frilschen, W, 131-9; 2. Ross, MK, 126-10; 3. Free, MK, 120-3. lOOy — 1. P. Mick, TP, 10.91; 2. Fleming. MK, 11.06; 3. Mick. B, 11.23. 440y - 1. Mick, TP, 53.B8; 2. Johanek, MK, 56.41: 3. Mikesell, PV, 57.53. 120y HH - 1. lackey. SJ, 17.84; 2. Neilson, MK, 18.06; 3. Johnson, EH, 18.15. 330y IH - 1. Estes, PV, 43.75; 2. Sowkup, W, 44.29; 3. Johnson, EH, 44.64. Mile - I. Schroeder. TP, 5:05.29; 2. Stromberg. PV, 5:05.72: 3. Tuma. NC, 5:09.97. Two-mile - 1. Tuma, NC, 11:00.97: 2. Neilson, MK, 11:14.82: 3. Schiebler, 8,11:29.42. Two-mile relay — 1. Tipton, 8:45.62; 2. Wilson, 9:03.52: 3. White Rock, 9:14.14. 440y relay - 1. Wilson, 47.62: 2. Monkato, 47.78; 3. While Rock, 4B.6. BBOy - I. Reeves, W, 2:08.80: 2. Prediger, W, 2:09.51; 2. Bruce White, TP, 2:09.54. 220y — I. P. Mick, TP, 24.39; 2. Esles. PV, 25.08; 3. J. Mick, B, 25.25. Mile relay - I. Pike Valley, 3:53.33; 2. Tiplon, 3:54.20: 3. Monkato. 3:54.62. GIRLS Team Scores Pike Valley 102, Tipton 58, Miltonvale 47, Mankato 44, North Central 36, Wilson 34, Eastern Heights 30, Kensington 28, Hillcrest IB, Jewell 18, Beloit- St. John's 14, (While Rock 12, Ben- ninglon 9, Glasco 8, Tescott 6. Individual Results High |ump — 1. Murray. MK, 5-0; 2. Grauerholz, K, 5-0: 3. Lobough, MV, 46. , Discus - I. Mohler, MK, 110-8; 2, Keir, NC, 95-11'/,; 3. Unrein, W, 90-9., Long |ump — 1. Anderson, PV.'IS- 10'/>: 2. S. Hake, TP, 14-11; 3. J. Hake, TP, 14-11. Shot put — I. Masher. SJ, 36-UVi: 2. Brummelt. MV, 32-IOV.; 3. Mohler, MK, 31-8W. Two-mile relay — I, Wilson, 1.1:20.01; 2. Jewell, 11:46.44; 3. North Central, 11:46.75. 440y relay - 1. Millonvale, 55.89; 2. Tipton, 56.31; 3. Pike Valley, 56.33. 880y - 1. Reaves, W, 2:46.50: 2. Atchison, EH, 2:50.94; 3. V. Schmilt, TP, 2:52.03. llOy HH - I. Frost. WR, 16.64) 2. Carlgren. PV. 17.74; 3. Thelander, MK. 17.89. Anderson, PV, 12.62; 2. 13.04; 3. J. Hake, TP, Vetelo. PV, 1:05.29; 2. 1:06.66: 3. Krlen, K. lOOy Turner, MV, 13.06. 440y - I. Taylor, NC, 1:08.94. 220y - 1. Anderson, PV, 29.03; 2. Veleto, PV, 29.47; 3. Taylor, NC, 29.73. Two-mile - 1. J. Atchison, EH. 12:10.28: 2. H. Thompson. PV, 13:18.01: 3. P. Kepka. W, 13:23.48. Mile - 1. Atchison, EH, 6:05.55; 2. ' Thompson. PV, 6:18.29; 3. Berkley, TE. 6:19.87. 330y LH - 1. C. Raleigh, HC, 53.39: 2. T. Carlgren, PV, 53.48: 3. V. Thelander. MK, 53.80. Mile relay - I. Tiplon, 4:46.66; 2. Pike Valley. 4:50.82; 3. Millonvale. 4.54.78.

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