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Briefly The Sallna Journal Monday, April 8,1985 Page 11 McEnroe wins tourney by default CHICAGO (AP) — Jimmy Connors, who was scheduled to meet top-ranked John McEnroe Sunday in the final of the $325,000 Volvo TennisChicago tournament, was forced to default because what was described as a torn muscle in his lower back. It was the first time in more than a decade of professional tennis that the 32-year-old left-hander failed to take the court. "It's never happened that I never played. Maybe that's it," said Connors, who was seeded No. 2. "I played too many times hurt in the past and it's finally caught up with me." Connors, who earned $25,000 for second place, warmed up for about 15 minutes before electing to withdraw. McEnroe took home $50,000. "I guess I got a little bit of an Easter prize," said McEnroe after being handed the winner's check. He said it was the first time he's ever won a title by default. Trio wants '92 Games in Denver DENVER (AP) — Three Olympic enthusiasts say they will ask Mayor Federico Pena on Tuesday to endorse an llth-hour request to make Denver the host of the 1992 Winter Games. The idea's proponents concede there would be problems recapturing the confidence of the International Olympic Committee, The Denver Post said in a copyright story Sunday. Denver was picked as the site for the 1976 Winter Games but forfeited the bid when Coloradans voted, in November 1972, to withhold funding. If Pena signs the proposal, it must be presented to the United States Olympic Committee by Wednesday. USOC Secretary General George D. Miller said he must hear from the mayors of interested cities no later than Wednesday, including cities that might also be interested in hosting the 1992 Summer Games. Formal bids must be made by June 15. Two Penn State players killed NEWPORT, Pa. (AP) - Two members of last fall's Penn State football team were killed when the sports car they were in left a Perry County highway, flipped and burned, authorities said. Gene Lyons, 21, of Deptford, N.J., and Billy Chris James, 18, of McKeesport, Pa, were pronounced dead at the scene of the Friday afternoon crash, police said. Penn State spokeswoman Mary Jo Haverbeck said Lyons was a junior reserve defensive end. Head football Coach Joe Paterno said Lyons came to the team as a walk-on and played last season on a scholarship. "He was a good solid student and very well-liked. He was an extremely hard-working kid," Paterno said. James, a freshman walk-on player last season who came to the team from Serra High School, didn't join the Nittany Lions squad for spring drills, Paterno said. Ms. Haverbeck said she didn't know what position he played. Pokes win three from K-State MANHATTAN (AP) - Leftfielder Pete Incaviglia sparked Oklahoma State, which rebounded from an opening game loss Saturday, to three straight wins over Kansas State Sunday in Big Eight Conference baseball action. The visiting Cowboys posted a 6-1 triumph in the completion of Saturday's game, which was suspended because of rain in the fifth inning with Oklahoma State leading 2-1. The Cowboys then swept the regularly-scheduled doubleheader, 18-2 and 6-4. Incaviglia cracked two homers and drove in five runs in the three games. The home runs were Incaviglia's 19th and 20th of the season. Oklahoma State improved its conference record to 6-2 and stands 29-« overall. The Wildcats fell to 1-5 and 22-16. Kansas State upset the eighth-ranked Cowboys 4-2 in the first game Saturday. Missouri hammets Jayhawks, 13-2 COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) — Nick Rallo drove in five runs with three hits, including a two-run home run, as Missouri routed Kansas 13-2 Sunday in a Big Eight Conference baseball contest shortened to seven innings by the 10-run rule. The victory gave Missouri a split in the four-game series. The Tigers are now 26-10 overall and 2-2 in league play. Kansas fell to 13-13 and 3-3. Rallo, a junior second baseman who went 10-for-17 with three homers and nine RBIs in the four-game set, got the Tigers going Sunday with a two-run homer in the first inning. He doubled in a run in the second and singled home two more during the Tiger's six-run third inning. Rallo ,now has hit safely and driven in runs in 14 straight games while upping his batting average to .436. Paul James scattered six Jayhawks hits to boost his record to 6-1. John Heeney, 2-3, took the loss for Kansas. Comhuskers take two from KU LINCOLN, Neb. (AP) — Pitchers John Leppley, Bill Mulligan and mi McGuire combined to hold Iowa State to just eight hits to lead the Huskers to a sweep of their Big Eight Conference doubleheader Sunday in Lincoln. Nebraska took the opener 5-1, thanks to three home runs and the five-hit pitching of Leppley and Mulligan. In the nightcap, Mulligan and McGuire stopped the Cyclones on three hits while striking out nine. Shortstop Larry Mims doubled home Jeff Carter with the winning run in the bottom of the fifth. Nebraska went to 21-11 for the season and 5-1 in the conference. Iowa State dropped to 10-18 and 24. Lakers outlast Portland in OT Evert Lloyd wins PALM BEACH GARDENS, Fla. (AP) — Chris Evert Lloyd defeated Hana Mandlikova 6-3, 6-3 Sunday in the Ford Challenge Cup to earn |iOO,000 in a 70-minute tennis match briefly marred by a line call that was contested by both players. Ahead 5-3 in the second set, Lloyd reached match point when Mandli- kova, of Czechoslovakia, fell to 3040. Lloyd returned a ball to the baseline, which was called out by the lineman, deucing the score. But both Mandlikova and Lloyd disagreed, saying the call was good. The umpire agreed with both players that a let should be played. "It was good sportsmanship by Hana," said Lloyd, of Fort Lauderdale. She won the replayed point — and the match — when Mandlikova missed a backhand volley. Lloyd, ranked No. 2 in the world, now has won 134 tournaments in her career. She has lost only seven times on clay in the last 12 years. <* TINY, TRIM Q TERRIFIC THE INCREDIBLE SHRINKING CUSTOM IN-EAR HEARING AID ID. NUMB Will K M TK HtHIDAt M, ' INGLEWOOD, Calif. (AP) - The Los Angeles Lakers continued their victory march into the playoffs Sunday with a 135-133 National Basketball Association overtime triumph over the Portland Trail Blazers. "We've been on a roll and playing very well," said the Lakers' Earvin "Magic" Johnson. "We're not just winning with seven guys here. Everyone is playing very well from the top guys on down the line." Johnson was tops Sunday as he scored a season-high 39 points, pulled down nine rebounds and dished out 11 assists. Byron Scott added 25 points and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and James Worthy each scored 21. Forward Kurt Rambis had 14 points and a team-high 15 rebounds. Kiki Vandeweghe and Clyde Drexler each scored 23 points for the Trail Blazers and rookie center Sam Bowie had 21 points and a game-high 20 rebounds. Substitute forward Mychal Thompson added 21 points. "It was a game we had to win four times," said Lakers Coach Pat Riley. "We let them back into the ball game and it almost cost us. They were down early but they came back desperately and hunted us down." "We can play better than this," said Trail Blazers Coach Jack Ramsay. "The Lakers are playing very well but I don't think they can play any better than this. The fact that we could come back from so much of a deficit proves that we have the character and poise to come back." Johnson savored the victory, and looked cautiously toward the playoffs. "We have to save some of our energy for the playoffs and not use it all in these last few games." The victory improved the Lakers' record to 58-20, while the Trail Blazers fell to 39-39. The playoff-bound teams occupy the top two spots in the Pacific Division. • CELTICS 114, KNICKS 102 - At Boston, Larry Bird scored a game- high 38 points as Boston Celtics completed a regular-season sweep of New York. The triumph moved the Celtics, who won their third straight, to Kevin McHale of the Boston Celtics is fouled by New York's Ken Bannister after grabbing a rebound Sunday afternoon during a game at Boston Garden. within one game of clinching the best record in the NBA. Boston won at home for the ninth straight time and extended the Knicks' current losing streak to eight, the longest of the season for New York. The Celtics also scored their sixth victory in as many games this season against the Knicks. The Celtics built leads of up to 23 points in the second and third periods, but suffered a cold-shooting third quarter. The Knicks narrowed the margin to as little as eight points several times in the late stages. Bird had nine rebounds and 10 as- sists to go with his scoring while Robert Parish added 20, Kevin McHale 17 and Dennis Johnson 15 to the Boston attack. Ken Bannister led the injury-riddled Knicks with 21 points while Louis Orr had 19 and Darrell Walker 17. • PISTONS 113, BUCKS 91 - At Detroit, forward Terry Tyler scored 20 points and center Bill Laimbeer added 17 as Detroit rolled to an easy victory over Milwaukee. Detroit trailed 21-18 in the first quarter but went on a 16-0 spurt, in a five-minute span to take a 34-21 lead with nine minutes left in the half. Two baskets by Bucks center Randy Breuer and two free throws by forward Paul Pressey cut the lead to 36-27 with 7:14 to play in the, second quarter. But the Bucks' pulled no closer the rest of the contest. Detroit led 26-21 at the end of the; first quarter and 54-39 at halftime. The Bucks' 39 points matched Detroit's best first-half defensive effort of the season, the other coming against the Indiana Pacers at the Pontiac Silverdome Dec. 14. Detroit expanded its lead to 82-58 entering the final period. , • SPURS 126, ROCKETS 105 - At San Antonio, the Spurs held the Houston's twin towers, Akeem Olajuwon and Ralph Sampson, to 30' points Sunday night en route to a 126-105 National Basketball Association victory. Marc lavaroni held Sampson to 14 points through three quarters and Samspon went to the bench less than one minute into the fourth' quarter with fluid in the left knee. Olajuwon fouled out early in the fourth quarter after scoring 16' points. San Antonio's Artis Gilmore, who; left the game for good with 10:24 left, scored 32 points and grabbed 10 rebounds. He scored 16 points in the third; quarter as San Antonio opened up a 94-74 lead. San Antonio played the game without All-Star guard; George Gervin who is out with a sprained right ankle. • NUGGETS 130, WARRIORS 125 — At Denver, the Nuggets, who earlier in the evening clinched the Midwest Division title when Houston lost at San Antonio, got 42 points • from Alex English Sunday night and hung on to defeat Golden State. It was Denver's first National '. Basketball Association division title since 1977-78 and also gave the Nuggets an NBA franchise-record 51 victories. With a 51-27 mark, Dei£. ver is 24 games above the .500 mark for the first time since entering the league in 1976. Golden State, which had won its last two games, lost for the 15th straight time on the road to a Midwest Division team. The Warriors, 22-57, did not defeat a Midwest foe away from home this season. Golden State, down by as many as 28 points (85-57) early in the third quarter, cut the deficit to just three points on several occasions., Southwestern Bell Telephone ;s five new introduc f, April 10, 9:00 M toll Dm •Hum tartta. k.. 2K L Mnl, fttitt, b. IRM TELE-HE LP booklets, TELE-HELP is a special information program created by the employees at Southwestern Bell Telephone. We've designed it to provide answers to our customers' questions as well as reaffirm our company's commitment to the community. Home security is something that concerns us all. But, in reality, many people don't know how to prepare for an emergency in advance. 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