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Scoreboard Baseball Standings AMERICAN LEAGUE '' Eos! Division £ W L Pel. GB Baltimore 1 0 1.000 Boston 1 0 1.000 Detroit I 0 1.000 Milwaukee 0 0 .000 '> Cleveland 0 1 .000 1 New York 0 t .000 I Toronto 0 1 .000 I West Division KonsosOly I 0 1.000 - CoMornio 0 0 .000 Chicago 0 0 .000 Minnesota 0 0 .000 Oakland 0 0 .000 Seattle 0 0 .000 Texas 0 1 .000 t Monday's Games "Detroit 5 Cleveland 4 ^Baltimore 4 Texas ? "Boston 9 New York 2 -Kansas Cily 2 Toronto 1 Only gomes scheduled Tuesday's Games ^Chicago 'Seover 15-11) at Milwaukee (Haas 9-11, 'Minnesota >Viola 18-12) at California (Witt 15-11), mi ' Oakland iSutton 14-12) ot Seattle (ftoore7.)7j. In) "Only games scheduled '. Wednesday's Games "Cleveland ot Detroit 'New York at Boston " Texas at Baltimore . Toronto at Kansas City, (n) ••Minnesota at California, (n) ^Oakland ot Seattle, (n) Only gomes scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division " . W I Pet. GB Chicago 0 0 .000 — New York 0 0 .000 — Philadelphia 0 0 .000 Pittsburgh 0 0 .000 — fl. Louis 0 0 .000 Montreal 0 1 .000 '/> West Division Cincinnati 1 0 1.000 — Atlanta 0 0 .000 Vi Houston 0 0 .000 "i Los Angeles 0 0 .000 V, San Diego 0 0 .000 "i San Francisco 0 0 .000 '/i '' Monday's Games . Cincinnati 4. Montreal 1 Only game scheduled Tuesday's Games • St. Louis (Andujar 20-14) at New fork (Gooden 17-9) ; Pittsburgh (Rhoden 14-9) at Chicago (Sulclille 16-1 j San Diego (Hoyl 13-18) ot San Francisco (Hammoker 2-0) Atlanta (Mahler 13-10) at Philadelphia (Corlton 13-7). (n) Los Angeles (Valenzuela 12-17) at Houston (Ryan 12-11). (n) 'Only games scheduled "~ Wednesday's Games vMpntreal at Cincinnati San Diego ot San Francisco Los Angeles at Houston, (n). Only games scheduled Wright cl 3100 Lwnsln dh W,lke;ton is 3121 Cross 3b Slaught c 3000 3000 3010 Oouer 2b 2000 Dempsy c 3000 lotoli 35 J 8 2 lololi 24 4 J 2 Tnot 000 010 010- 2 Soltirrxx. 000 002 02.- 4 Gome Winning RBI - EMurroy (I). DP-teios I Boltimore 1. LOB-Te»os 5, Baltimore 6 2B-WilVerson. MKYoung CJohn- son. HR-EMurroy it). IP H R ER BB SO Ttxos Hough i 02184 HoMoioilO-l! J 222 Baltimore GDavis 7 111 Aose W.I.Ol 2 411 Today's schedule Bbxscores 2 0 B-Slaughl 2 T-J 35. A-50.W2. AMERICAN LEAGUE TIGERS 5, INDIANS 4 CteVELAND DETROIT '"*"' ab r h bi ab r h bi Biiller cl 4000 Whiloker 2b 2111 Franco ss 2220 Trammel si 3110 Hall II 3011 KGibson cl 5010 Corler dh 4110 LNPorish c 4012 Totter Ib 3111 Grubbdh 2100 Jntoby 3b 3001 DaEvans Ib 2011 Vukovichrl 4011 Garbey Ib 2000 Bondo c 3000 Bergman Ib 0000 B-fjruord 2b 2000 Herndon II 4120 Hpryove ph 1000 Lemon cf 3100 FJKhJin 2b 0000 Pltaro 3b 4031 Benlon ph 1000 Bfokens 3b 0000 Totoli 30 4 6 4 Totall 31 5 10 5 Cleveland 100 003 000— 4 Detroit 000 120 MX- 5 _. Gome Winning RBI - Whiloker (I). ' Trommell reached first on catcher's interference. E— Bondo. DP— Cleveland I, Detroit 2. LOB-Cleveland 6. Delroil 10. 2B— Franco. H»mdon, Tabler. SB-Vukovich (I), Pillaro (I). ST-'jocoby. Whitoker. ""* IP H R ER BB SO Cleveland Blyleven 4V, 6 3 2 4 I Jelfcool '/i 0 0 0 0 0 Woddell 2V, ] I I I 0 Comocholl.O-l) '/, I I I 1 I Delroil Morris (W, 1-0) 8 14466 Hernandi(S.I) I 00002 WP-Morris, Comocho. PB-Bondo. T- 2:49. REDSOX 9. YANKEES 2 NEW YORK BOSTON ob r h bl ab r h bl OMoren cf 4010 Boggs 3b 5010 Randolph 2b 3000 DwEvoni rl 4321 Mallingly Ib 4000 Rice II 3213 Winliefd rl 3000 Easier dh 3220 Boylor dh 4010 Armas cf 4112 Griffey II 4010 Buckner Ib 2011 6jWo 3b 3110 Gedmon c 3012 Wynegar c 3111 Barrett 2b 4000 Mecham ss 3011 Gulirn ss 4110 Totall 31 2 6 2 Totall 329109 New York 020 000 000- 2 Boston 022 113 OOx- 9 L. Gome Winning RBI — Buckner (I). »E-Gedmon. DP-New York I. Boston 2. LOB-New York 6. Boston 5. 26- Wynegor Pogliarulo. DwEvons. HR— Armas (I). DwEvans 01. Rrce(l). SB- Gulierrei. IP H R ER BB SO Hew York Niel.ro ll.O-l) 4 55553 Shirley IV, 4 2 2 0 I Cowley IVi I 2 2 I 0 OMurroy I 00000 Boston S»d(W.I-0) 7 52245 Sla/iley 2 I 0 0 0 I /PB-Gedmon. T-2:33. A-34.282. ORIOLES 4. RANGERS 2 TEXAS BALTIMORE abrhbi ab r h bi HarVoh 2b 4010 MKYoung II 3010 Ward II 3000 Sheets rl 4000 OBrienlb 4011 GRoenicke II 0000 BBell 3b 4010 Ripken is 1200 Oohnsn dh 4020 EMurry Ib 3212 BJones rf 4000 Lynn cl 2000 NATIONAL LEAGUE REDS 4, EXPOS 1 MONTREAL CINCINNATI ob r h bi ob r h bi Homes II 4000 EDovis cl 3210 W.njhom cl 2000 Rose Ib 3123 Donson rl 4000 Milner cl 0000 Dnessen Ib 4010 Parker rl 3021 Brooks si 4110 Cedeno II 4020 lav. 2b 3000 Esasky 3b 4000 Wollath 3b 3021 Concepcn ss 3010 Filigerald c 3 0 0 C Oesler 2b 3000 Rogers p 2000 Bilrdelo c 4010 Burke p 0000 Solo p 3120 Dilone ph 0000 Willis p 1000 Roberge p 0000 Totals 29 1 4 I Totals 31 411 4 Montreal 000 000 100- I Cincinnati 000 030 10x— 4 Gome Winning RBI — Rose (I). DP—Montreal 2. LOB—Montreal 5. Cincinnati 6. 2B-Wallach Driessen EDovis. Rose. Cedeno. 3B-Brooks. SB-EDavis 2 (2). Milner (I). IP H R ER BB SO Montreal Rogers II0-1] 4', 8 3 3 I 3 Burke 2'i 2 I 131 Roberge I I 0 0 I I Cincinnati SatolWI-Oi 7 41125 Willis IS I) 2 00021 1-2:32. A-52.971. Today in history By The Associated Press April 9 1913 — Ebbels Field was opened ir Brooklyn and the Philadelphia Phillies spoiled the inaugural by defeating the Dodgers 1-0 before a chilled crowd ol 10,000. The stadium, which cost S750.000 to build, was named after Charles Ebbets, the club's principal owner. 1947 — Leo Durocher, manager ol the Dodgers, was suspended one year by Commissioner A.B. "Happy" Chandler far incidents detrimental to baseball. 1965 — The Houston Astrodome was opened with on exhibition game be- Vween the New York Yankees and Astros. President Lyndon Johnson attended and Governor John Connolly threw out the first boll. Mickey Mantle hit the first home run but the Astros prevailed 2-1 in 12 innings. 19B1 — Fernando Valenzuela mode his first major league start a stunning success by hurling a 2-0, five-hit triumph over the Houston Astros in Los Angeles. He would go on to win his first eight gomes, College scores SOUTHWEST N. Texas St. 4-1, Oklahoma 3-11 College linescores KANSAS NEWMAN 14, STERLING 1 K.Newman 641 12 — 14 10 I Sterling 000 10- 1 41 Potter and Schippers. Reeves, DeMars (2) and Rupp. WP — Potter. LP — Reeves. KANSAS NEWMAN 8, STERLING 0 K. Newman 122 002 1-8 13 0 Sterling 000 000 0 - 0 55 Potter and Griggs. King, DeMars (7) and Rupp. Bolewski (4). TUESDAY, APRIL 9 BASEBALL Marymount vs. Kansas Wesleyan at Schilling Complex. 13 p.m. SOFTBALL St. Mary of the Plains at Kansas Wesleyan (Schilling). 3-5 Pm TRACK AND FIELD Salina South Relays, 3 p.m. Sacred Heart at Ellsworth Inv.. 3 p.m. Kansas Wesleyon at ACCK meet in Lindsborg. Kansas City 30 48 .385 21 Pacific Division y-l.A. Lakers 58 20 .744 — x-Porlland 39 39 .500 19 x-Phoenix 34 45 .430 24', Seattle 31 48 .392 27'i L.A. Clippers 29 49 .372 29 Golden Stole 22 57 .278 36', x-clinched playoff berth y-clinched division title Monday's Game Indiana 107, Chicago 103 Tuesday's Games Atlanta at Washington. 6:30 p.m. New Jersey ot Cleveland. 6:30 p.m. Boston ot Philadelphia. 7 p.m. Dallas ot 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 ot L.A. Lakers. 9:30 p.m. Phoenix ot Portland. 9:30 p.m. NBA boxscore PACERS 107. BULLS 103 Chicago (103) Woolridge 4-11 6-6 14. Greenwood 24 0-0 4. Corzine 2-6 0-0 4\Molthews 8- II 4-4 21. Jordan 6-20 10-14 22, Dailey 8-14 5-8 21. Oldham 4-6 1-2 9, Whalley 0-1 0-0 0. Green 1-4 2-4 4. Higgins 1-2 2-2 4. Totals 36-79 30-40 103. Indiana (107) Brown 4-8 0-0 8. Kellogg 15-26 4-7 34, Stipanovich 4-10 7-8 15, Thomas 615 1-2 13. Fleming 6-156-8 18, Edelin I- 1 0-0 2. Williams 1-5 3-4 5, Stansbury 37 2-2 8, Durrani 2-3 0-2 4. Totals 42-90 23-33 107. Chicago 14 19 41 29-103 Indiana 26 28 29 24-107 Three-point goals—Matthews. Fouled out—None. Rebounds—Chicago 54 (Waolridge. Jordan 8), Indiana 57 (Kellogg 14). Assists—Chicago 19 (Mot- thews 4), Indiana 26 (Thomas 7). Total fouls—Chicago 23, Indiana 26. Techni- cals—Chicago, illegal defense: Chicago Coach Loughery. A—11.225. Track Football USFL standings By The Associated Press All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE W I T Pet. PF PA Brmghm 520 .714 175 133 Tamp By 5 2 0 .714 200 153 NwJrsy 4 3 0 .571 172 181 Boltmar 3 3 1 .500 126 96 Memphis 340 .429 140 157 Jcksvlle 250 .286 158 208 Orlando 1 6 0 .143 120 193 WESTERN CONFERENCE Denver 520 .714 161 133 Houston 520 .714 228 163 Oakland 4 2 1 .643 175 160 Arizona 430 .571 142 121 Portland 3 4 0 .429 101 142 SnAntno 3 4 0 .429 94 133 LsAngls I 6 0 .143 130 164 Monday's Game Denver 28. Arizona 7 Basketball NBA standings All Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pet. GB y-Baston 62 16 .795 — x-Philadelphio 56 22 .718 6 x-New Jersey 39, 39 .500 23 x-Washington 38 40 .487 24 New York 24 54 .308 38 Central Division y-Milwaukee 56 23 .709 x-Detroit 42 36 .536 13V, x-Chicago 38 42 .475 IB 1 /, Cleveland 34 44 .436 21 1 /, Atlanta 31 47 .397 24V, Indiana 22 57 .278 34 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division y-Denver 51 27 .654 x-Houston 45 33 .577 6 .-Dallas 42 36 .538 9 x-Son Antonio 40 39 .506 ll'/i x-Utoh 38 40 .467 13 Prep results NORTON INVITATIONAL GIRLS Team Scores Smith Center 123, Norton 116. Phillipsburg 80. Northern Valley 51. Atwood 45. Logon 44. Individual Results High jump — 1. P. Ryan, N, 5-0; 2. Covington NV, 4-11; 3. Wahlmeier, N, 4-6. Discus — 1. Haresnape. SC, 120-6: 2. Hogan, NV. 115-4; 3. McDowell. SC. . 112-0. Shot put — I. Horesnape, SC, 39-3'/i; 2. McDowell, SC, 37-10; 3. Altmon, L, 35-2'.. Long jump — I. Nelson. N. !5-7'/4; 2. P. Ryan, N. I5-2'/,: 3. Stutterheim. N, 14-9',. 100m HH - 1. E. Lively. P. 16.69; 2. Bullock. N. 16.95; 3. Keiser. NV, 17.66. B80y relay — 1. Smith Center, 1:53.18; 2. Norton. 1:55.15: 3. Northern Valley. 1:59.65. 100m — I. Pakkebeir, L, 12.93: 2. A. Smith. SC. 13.65; 3. Tucker. SC, 13.66. Mile - 1. Mclnlyre. A. 5:43.6; 2. Jennings. P. 5:54.27: 3. Lovewell, SC, 5:57.74. 440y relay — I. Smith Center, 54.52: 2. Northern Volley. 55.74; 3. Norton. 56.30. 440y - 1. Nelson, N, 1:05.51; 2. Jan- sanious, P, 1:07.72: 3. Bauman. SC, 1:07.67. 300m IH - 1. E. Lively, P. 48.50; 2. Bullock, N, 51.76: 3. Davis, NV, 52.57. 880y - I. Jennings, P, 2:37.32; 2. Beck. N. 2:42.66; 3. Seninkys. L. 2:46.43. 200m - 1. Pakkebeir, L, 26.37; 2. Tucker, SC. 27.91; 3. P. Ryan, N, 26.33. Two-mile — 1. Makenter, A, 12:42.91: 2. Mickey, A, 13:13.65; 3. Lovewell, SC, 13:24.23. Mile relay — 1. Smith Center, 4:31.18: 2. Norton. 4:31.20; 3. Phillipsburg. 4:37.95. BOYS Team Scores None provided Individual Results High jump — 1. Rorabough, SC, 6-2; 2. T. Simoneou, SC, 6-0; 3. Lemon, P, 60. Discus — I. Bauguess, L,'153-11; 2. Becker. L, 144-11'/,; 3. Runnion, NV, 143-8. Shot put - I. Orr. SC, 49-10; 2. Portenier, P, 49-6 1 /,; 3. Runnion, NV, 47!!'/,. Long jump — 1. Stutterheim, NV, IBS'/,; 2. T. Simoneau. SC, 18-5; 3. Collp, N, 17-11. Javelin — I. Leltner, A, 159-8; 2. Portiner. P, 140-1; 3. Ulrich. P, 139-4. Pole'vault — 1. Leitner. A, 12-0; 2. Slewort, SC, 11-6; 3. Winkel, L, 11-0. 110m HH - 1. Kinderkneckt, NV, 16.85; 2. Covington, NV, 17.09; 3. Johnson. P, 17.10. Two-mile relay — 1. Logan, 8:49.77; 2. Norton. 9:01.11: 3. Northern Valley, 9:01.66. 100m - I. Vallin, NV, 11.57; 2. Becker. L. 11.60: 3. Rolhchild, SC, 11.61. Mile - 1. Jennings, P, 4:39.25; 2. S. Arford. NV, 5:05.13; 3. Voorhees. SC, 5:07.33. 440y relay — 1. Northern Volley, 46.10; 2. Smith Center. 47.13; 3. Atwood. 47.27. 300m IH - 1. Vollin. NV. 42.27: 2. Bauguess L. 42.67; 3. Johnson, P. 42.97. 880y - I'. Lowry. NV. 2:10.06: 2. Boeve P. 2:10.09; 3. Lambert. SC. 2:13.74. 200m - I. Boird. NV. 23.73: 2. J. Simoneau. SC, 24.01: 3. lemon, P. 24.04. Two-mile — 1. Jennings. P, 10:40.09: 2. S. Arford NV. 11:00.78. . . Mile relay — I. Northern Volley. 3:40.28. 2. Phillipsburg, 3:40.49: 3. Smith Center. 3:44.68. ABILENE RELAYS BOYS Team results Shuttle relay — I. Concordio (Pol- mquist Samuelson. Wright, Christensen). 1:08.3: 2. Chapman. 1:11.3; 3. Clay Center. 1:20.3. 3.200m relay — 1. Concordia (Gates. Koester. Springer. Schemmerl. 6:30.7: 2. Chapman. 8:31.1: 3. Abilene. 8:56.3. 800m relay — 1. Concordio (Coppoc. Hoist. Douglass. Gieber). 1:35.6: 2. Clay Center. 1:36.4: 3. Russell. 1:37.8. 400m relay — 1. Abilene (Donley, Stone. Sherry, McDonald). 45.2: 2. Concordio. 45.3: 3. Cloy Center. 46.5. Sprint medley relay — 1. Concordia (Coppoc. Douglass. Hoffman, SilUmar), 3:52.4: 2. Russell. 4:01.5: 3. Clay Center. 4:02.5. Distance medley relay — 1. Concordio (Hoist. Gates. Springer, Koester). 11:25.9; 2. Chapman. 11:35.6; 3. Abilene. 12:34.7. 1.600m relay — 1. Russell (Martin. Totton. Wells. Placek), 3:38.0; 2. Cloy Center. 3:38.5: 3. Concordio. 3:42.6. Individual winners High jump — Samuelson, Concordio, 5-10: Javelin — Burger, Clay Center, 185-0: Shot put — Collins, Concordia. 49-6',: Long jump — Donley, Abilene, 21-3: Discus — Knapp, Concordio. 1536: Pole vault — Colletle. Coppoc, Concordia, 13-0: Triple jump — 1. Stone, Abilene,41-1',. GIRLS Team results Shuttle hurdles — 1. Abilene (Martin. Jones. Everhort, Emig), 1:13: 2. Concordio. 1:13.9; 3. Russell. 1:18.9. 3.200m relay — 1. Abilene (Sexton, Jordan, Moore, Emig), 10:34.2: 2. Chapman, 10:51.6; 3. Concordia. 11:20.9. 800m relay — I. Abilene (Groninga, Hahn. Swearingen. Garner), 1:53.0; 2. Concordio. 1:54.3: 3. Clay Center, 1:54.5. 400m relay — I. Abilene (Harding, Hohn. Sweoringen, Garner), 53.9; 2. • Concordio, 54.1: 3. Clay Center, 55.3. Sprint medley relay — 1. Abilene (Hahn. Moyden. Bair, Hughes), 4:37.9; 2. Clay Center. 4:4.4; 3. Chapman. 4:54.7. Distance medley relay — 1, Abilene (Hohn. Moore. Sexton, Russell), 13:55.6: 2. Russell. 14:25.6: 3. Chapman, 14:45.2. 1.600m relay — 1. Concordia (Forshee. Smiulh. Hoist. Budreau), 4:20.7; 2. Abilene. 4:28.5: 3. Clay Center, 4:40.0. Individual winners High jump — Wagoner, Russell, 4-10; Shot put — Cox, Abilene, 37-6; Long jump — Hughes. Abilene, I5-10V,; Discus — Chavey. Concordio, 114-7; Triple jump — Everhort, Abilene, 30-11. Transactions BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES-Sent John Shelby, outfielder, to Rochester of the International League. Purchased the contract of Fritz Connolly, third baseman, from Rochester. CALIFORNIA ANGELS-Sent Rafael Lugo, pitcher, to Edmonton of the Pacific Coast League. Announced that they will not grant contracts to Craig Swan, pitcher, and Rulino Linares, outfielder. National League NEW YORK METS-Placed Brenl Gaff, pitcher, on the 21-day disabled list, retroactive to April 3. Purchased Clint Hurdle, catcher, from Tidewater of the International League. SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS-Optioned Bob Lacey and Jeff Robinson, pitchers, to Phoenix of the Pacific Coast League. BASKETBALL National Basketball Association LOS ANGELES' CLIPPERS—Signed Franklin Edwards, guard, through the remainder of the season. FOOTBALL United States Football League ARIZONA OUTLAWS-Signed Otis Brown, running back, to a one-year contract. HOCKEY National Hockey League NEW YORK RANGERS-Called up Randy Heath and Chris Konlos, wings, Andre Dare, defenseman, Ron Scott, goalie, and Larry Patey, center, from New Haven of the American Hockey League. SOCCER Major Indoor Soccer League WICHITA WINGS-Reoched a contract agreement with Erik Rasmussen, forward. Area high school boys' track honor roll Boys 100-METER DASH Woofter, Colby 10.9 Henry. Solino Central 11.0 Banley, Abilene 11.2 Allison, Minneapolis 11.4 Bransfield. Sacred Heart 11.4 Mick. Tipton 11.4 Widrig. Beloil 11.4 Dejerding, Belleville 11.5 Geschwentner. Colby 11.5 Jacob, Hill Cily 11.5 Miller, Golden Plains 11.5 Simmons. Lindsborg ...11.5 , ."- 200-METER DASH Woofter. Colby 22.4 Henry. Salina Central 22.9 Geschwentner, Colby 23.1 Move. Solina South 23.1 Donley. Abilene 23.2 Friend, Ploinville 23.2 Bollig. WaKeeney 23.3 Miller, Golden Plains 23.4 Boselhorsl, TMP-Marian 23.7 Baird, Northern Valley 23.6 400-METER DASH Baird, Northern Valley 51.8 lemon. Phillipsburg 52.2 Widrig. Beloit 52.2 friend. Ploinville 52.3 Hough, Salina Central 52.3 Douglass. Concordia 52.6 Ulfendell. Chapman 52.6 Bolhg, WaKeeney 52.9 lance. Solomon 53.1 Swonson. Hill Cily 53.1 800-METER RUN Schmeller. Hoys '. 2:02.3 lilkmon, Concordia 2:02.6 Retarding, Belleville 2:05.1 6elke, Colby 2:05.5 Buss, Stockton 2:05.7 Dor.Brummett, Solino Control 2:06.8 6ollin. Colby 2:07.1 Slreit, Downs 2:07.1 Bru.White, Tipton 2:07.1 Mogono. Ellsworth 2:07.9 Oodriguez, Ellsworth 2:07.9 • 1.600-METER RUN Goerlien. Solina South 4:29.9 Jennings, Phillipsburg 4:37.6 Oelke, u»oy <:4u.2 Gatlin. Colby 4:41.3 Stroyer. Hill Cily 4:43.3 Schoen. Downs 4:44.2 Wonderlich, Osborne 4:45.0 Welker, Stockton 4:45.4 Pollen. Ellis 4:46.9 Deardon, Hoys 4:47.1 Leaverton, Goodland 4:47.1 3,200-METER RUN Koester, Concordia 10:07.6 Seller, Salina Central 10:13.4 Dav. Brummett, Salino Central...10:14.3 Jennings, Phillipsburg 10:20.8 Coselman, SE-Saline 10:28.1 Deordon. Hays 10:31.4 Schoen. Downs 10:38.9 Welker. Stockton 10:40.8 Pannbacher, Washington 10:43.6 Miller, Osborne 10:44.1 110-METER HURDLES Dolezal, Downs 14.4 Berkeimer, Oberlin 15.2 Eikenberry. Victoria 15.2 Haselhorsl, TMP-Morion 15.3 Kobler. Hill City 15.5 Deines, Salino Central 15.7 Fritz. SE-Saline 15.7 0. Wilson, Salino Central 15.7 Wright. Concordio 15.7 Nugent, Hoys 16.0 300-METER HURDLES Wright. Concordio 40.0 Bender, Ellis 40.8 Dolezal. Downs 41.0 Kobler, Hill City 41.4 Fritz. SE-Soline 41.6 Esles. Pike Valley 42.1 Vallin, Northern Valley 42.3 Wilson, Salino Central 42.3 McDonald, Abilene 42.4 Stone. Abilene 42.4 400-METER RELAY Solino Central 44.4 Concordia 45.1 Abilene 45.2 Hoys 45.7 Northern Volley 45.9 Salina South 46.1 TMP-Morion 46.2 Hill Cily 46.4 Ploinville 46.5 Mankato 46-7 1,600-METER RELAY Salino Central 3:32.1 Concordia 3:35.4 Cloy Center 3:37.7 Hill Cily 3:37.9 Russell 3:38.0 Abilene 3:38.1 Solino South 3:38.8 Chapman 3:39.0 Northern Volley 3:39.2 Phillipsburg 3:39.4 3,200-METER RELAY Concordia 8:30.7 Hoys 8:31.0 Chapman 8:31.1 Salina Central 8:34.7 Tiplon 8:42.9 Abilene 8:44.7 Logon 8:47.0 SE-Soline 8:51.1 Ellsworth 8:54.6 Ellis 8:58.9 DISCUS Heigele. Clay Center 156-8'/, Lucas, Chapman 156-6 Bauguess, Logan 153-11 Knapp, Concordia 153-6 Work. Colby 150-0 1 /, Becker, logon 144-11'/, Runnion, Northern Valley 143-8 Jiminez. Norton 141-1 Shockley, Smith Center 140-2 Grigsby, Solino Central 138-3 LONG JUMP Henry. Salina Central 22-8'/4 Stone. Abilene 20-11 V, Donley. Abilene 21-11 1 /, McDonald, Abilene 20-10'/4 Swonson. Hill City 20-7 Moye. Salino South 20-3V. Smith, Hill City 20-3 Mick, Tipton 20-2'/, Dolezol. Downs I9-9'/, Klaus, TMP-Marian 19-B 1 /, TRIPLE JUMP O.Wilson. Solina Central 42-10 Stone, Abilene 42-3V, Slroud, Abilene 41-3 Sieberl. Abilene 41-2'/, lane, Clay Center 41-2'/. Moye, Salino South 38-3 Mull, Solino Central 37-10 Kline. Salina Central 36-11 Hemmy. Solina Central 36-6 HIGH JUMP Friesen. Ellsworth 6-6 J. Honsen, Wilson 6-4 Samuelson, Concordia 6-4 Swanson, Hill City 6-4 Winn, Salino Central 6-4 Douglas, Clifton-Clyde 6-2 Lemon, Phillipsburg 6-2 Marozas, Beloit 6-2 Rorabaugh, Smith Center 6-2 Dolezal, Downs 6-1 Lockey. 5J-Beloit 6-1 SHOT PUT Wasinger, TMP-Marian 54-5 1 /, Knapp, Concordia 50-8'/i Orr, Smith Center 49-10 Work, Colby 49-9 Porlenier. Phillipsburg 49-6 1 /, Collins, Concoraia 49-6 Schumacher, Victoria 48-5'/i Schullz. Ellswort 48-1 'A Runnion, Northern Valley 47-11 % Chard. Plainville 47-10 JAVELIN Rohr. Ellsworth 190-2 Broun, Victoria 1B5-2 1 /, Burger, Clay Center 185-0 Dougherty, lucos-Luray 170-7'/. Daulel, Abilene 167-10 Leitner, Alwood 166-2 Baker, Beloit 165-6 Racetle. Clifton-Clyde 162-11 Friesen, Ellsworth 160-10 True, Downs 160-8 POLE VAULT Slreit, Salina Central 13-3 Coppoc, Concordio 13-0 Colletle, Concordia 13-0 Esles, Pike Valley 13-0 leilner, Alwood 12-1 Brown, Hill Cily 12-0 Mick, Downs 12-0 Sweet. SE-Soline 12-0 Taggarl. Salina Central , 12-0 Hague. Abilene 11-11 Dinkel. Victoria 11-6 Flax. TMP-Morian 11-6 Flox. WoKeeney 11-6 Johnston. Beloit 11-6 Richards, Brewsler 11-6 Riefer. Beloit 11-6 Stewart, Smith Center 11-6 Kansas City Royals shortstop Onix Concepcion looks for the ball after hobbling a line drive Monday against Toronto. See the Royals story, page 9. The Salina Journal Tuesday, April 9,1985 Page 10 CBA likey to expand to KC KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - The Continental Basketball Association has scheduled a news conference for today to discuss possible expansion into Kansas City, which may lose its franchise in the National Basketball Association. "Commissioner Jim Drucker will be in Kansas City to hopefully announce plans to expand into Kansas City," CBA Public Relations Director Mike Willis said today. "In the last three or four months, we have been meeting with local businessmen ... The commissioner has been working with them, and they have asked him to go to Kansas City to give a progress report on expansion into Kansas City," Willis said. An NBA committee voted unanimously last week to recommend that the NBA Board of Governors approve the proposed move of the Kansas City Kings to Sacramento, Calif., for next season. The board is scheduled to take up the recommendation April 16 at a meeting in New York. Drucker said last month that the CBA would not consider locating a franchise in Kansas City unless the Kings move. The CBA, which grew from eight to 12 teams in 1982 and to 14 teams last season, will field 16 teams next season. AP /NHL Briefly (Continued from Page 9) Kings forward. "We have to go out and play hard every night, we can't mail in anything. If we do that, go out and play our best, it will take an awfully good team to stop us." The other 15 teams hope they are. In the other Smythe Division series opener, Calgary is at Winnipeg on Wednesday. Also, it will be Minnesota at St. Louis, Detroit at Chicago, the New York Islanders at Washington, the New York Rangers at Philadelphia, Boston at Montreal and Buffalo at Quebec. The Kings wound up fourth in the suddenly competitive Smythe Division, 27 points behind Edmonton. Their defense is improved, especially in goal with rookies Bob Janecyk and Darren Eliot. In Dionne, Nicholls, Dave Taylor, Jim Fox and Brian MacLellan, they have the firepower. "Against teams like Edmonton, you have to play every shift as if the game depended on it," said Kings defenseman Brian Engblom. "It's not just Gretzky, either. They've got Coffey, (Jari) Kurri, (Mark) Messier, (Glenn) Anderson, (Mike) Krushelnyski, a bunch of others. "I think the things Pat has been trying to teach us are starting to sink in," Engblom said. Renegades pass on signing Kosar ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - The Orlando Renegades have decided not to sign former University of Miami quarterback Bernie Kosar and will consider offers from other United States Football League teams to trade for his rights, the team said Monday. "We took into consideration, in the. long run, what is good for the entire franchise, the community and the city of Orlando," said Renegades owner Don Dizney. "Our decision has nothing to do with Bernie Kosar's ability or the amount of money necessary to sign a great prospect like Bernie." Under USFL draft procedures, the Renegades have the territorial rights to Kosar. Any team that wants to draft Kosar must trade through the Renegades. Madden is Broadcaster of Year SALISBURY, N.C. (AP) — Former Oakland Raider coach John Madden, a football television analyst for CBS Sports, was honored Monday as the National Broadcaster of the Year at the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association's 26th annual banquet. Frank Deford, a writer for Sports Illustrated, I was honored as the Sportswriter of the Year at the banquet at Catawba College. Deford also received | the award in 1982. The top sports reporters in each state were also ] honored at the event hosted by Furman Bisher of j the Atlanta Journal and Fred Russell of the Ten- i nessee National Banner. Si Burick, sports editor and columnist for the Dayton Daily News in Dayton, Ohio, missed his Madden first Cincinnati Reds home season opener in 56 years in favor of being inducted into the Association's Hall of Fame. WSU's rights restored by NCAA MISSION, Kan. (AP) — The National Collegiate Athletic Association's Infractions Committee announced Monday that it has restored the full rights and privileges of NCAA membership to Wichita State University. The action followed a review of the institution's athletic policies after Wichita State was placed on NCAA probation for two years in December 1981 for violations in its men's basketball program. In December 1982, additional NCAA penalties were imposed for violations in the football program. "After reviewing the report and meeting in person with university representatives, the committee voted to take no further action in the matter," said Frank J. Remington, chairman of the infractions panel. South host to Knights Relays Four teams will compete in the Knights Relays today at Salina Stadium. Salina South, host of the annual track and field meet, will be joined in competition by Salina Central, Junction City and Manhattan. All events will be contested in relays, with medals going to each member of each winning team and to the individual with the best effort in each field event. Field events will get under way at 4 p.m., with the running events scheduled to start at 5 p.m. Also this week, Salina Stadium will be host to the Salina Central Invitational on Friday. Bethany host to ACCK track meet LINDSBORG — The Associated Colleges of Central Kansas (ACCK) will hold its annual track and field meet at Bethany College today beginning at 2 p.m. with the field events and running preliminaries. Finals in the running events will begin at 6 p.m. Men's and women's teams from Bethany, Kansas Wesleyan, Bethel and McPherson will be competing. Bethany won both titles last year and is favored to win both again this year. Wesleyan will be without the services of Scott Swanzy — sixth in the NAIA honor roll in the javelin (181-11) — and discus thrower Ginger Trepoy. Both athletes are sidelined with muscle injuries. Arraignment set for Monday NEW ORLEANS (AP) - David Dominique, one of three Tulane basketball players accused of shaving points, will plead innocent to state gambling charges at his arraignment next week, his lawyer said Monday. The case was allotted on Monday to State District Judge Alvin Oser, who told lawyers for the players and five others indicted in the case that he would hold a bond hearing and arraignment next Monday. "I can't make any comment on the evidence of the case. We haven't seen any evidence," said Edward J. Castaing Jr., Dominique's attorney. "The; case is just getting cranked up, and it would be premature to say anything. Certainly, he will plead not guilty." It was the first comment by any of those defending themselves against allegations made two weeks ago by District Attorney Harry Connick. Dominique, a sophomore, is accused with seniors John "Hot Rod" Williams and Bobby Thompson of controlling the outcome of games against Southern Mississippi and Memphis State in February. The indictment also mentions a conspiracy to shave points in the game at Virginia Tech on Feb. 16, although no specifics were included. Point shaving means winning by a smaller margin than the established betting line or losing by a bigger margin. Two players, seniors Clyde Eads and Jon Johnson, testified against their teammates in a grand jury investigation that produced the eight indictments. Accused with the three players are Roland Ruiz, 48, a convicted local bookmaker; Craig Bourgeois of New Orleans, 23; and three Tulane <•* students: Gary Kranz of New Rochelle, N.Y., 21; David Rothenberg of Wilton, Conn., 22, and Mark Olensky of Fair Lawn, N.J., 21. In addition to the charges of conspiracy and sports bribery, Kranz is accused, in a separate indictment of possession and distribution of cocaine. Connick's investigation also turned up evidence of NCAA violations, and Tulane President Eanion Kelly said last week that he is ending the men's intercollegiate basketball program at the .school because of that. Until the scandal broke, Williams, 23, an 6-foot-10 All-Metro Conference center, was considered an almost certain first-round pick in the 1985 National Basketball Association draft. Now, it is generally believed that the NBA teams will steer clear of Williams.

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