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14 Hazleton Standard-Speaker, Saturday, January 18, 1997 Freshman Basketball Scoreboard Reel Life in yt r. Minnesota catches a tired Golden State club playing its fourth game in five nights. With that in mind, let's take Minnesota -6 for another Best Bel winner. Other plays include Boston 6vs. Washington and Charlotte-3 vs. New Jersey. iWashingta Underdog NFL Favorite Point Sunday, Jan 26th. Super Bowl XXX l-t New Orleans. Julie Ingersoll LA. ..New England (52) Green Bay 14.., Underdog College Football . Points Senior Bowl-Mobile, AL Favorite game-high 12 points to carry the Lady Mounts to their convincing victory. Sarah Brislin chipped in with eight points followed by Laura Schaffer and Janine Moran, both with six. Amanda Hummel led the Tro-janettes with eight points and Laura Kurkowski had six. Hazleton improved to 15-1, 1-0, and plays Monday at Wyoming Valley West. B Bishop Hoban 39, West Hazleton 22 Teedlock scored 14 points and Kalafut added nine as the Lady Argents raced past the Lady Wildcats. Phoebe Teter led West Hazleton with eight points and Karen Uston pitched in with six. The Lady Wildcats will host Meyers today. ..North Winter is time for South.. 1 (39) Sunday, Jan 19th. Hula Bowl-Honolulu, HI. 112(40) ..North South.. NBA preparation Underdog Points Favorite ..BOSTON Boys D Hazleton 35, Nanticoke 21 Mike Decosmo scored 11 points and pulled down 10 rebounds and Chris Leib had 10 points to lead Hazleton past Nanticoke in a Wyoming Valley Conference second-half opener. Matt Titus led Nanticoke with five points. Hazleton (15-1, 1-0) will host Wyoming Valley West Tuesday. Hazleton 69, Mifflinburg 63 Aaron Reznick scored 22 points to lead Hazleton's eighth-grade team past Mifflinburg in the opening round of the Southern Columbia Freshman Tournament. Eric Yablonksy scored 13 points and Masume Abdullah, Mike Pozzessere, Matt Chapman and Ryan Gen-naro played well. Jason Savers had 17 points for Mifflinburg, Colin Devaney tossed in 11 and Jeremiah Edison had 10. Hazleton will play today at noon against the winner of last night's Tamaqua-Montoursville game. GIRLS Hazleton 37, Nanticoke 21 Gloria Yablonsky scored a 6 3 612 6 3 6 412 Washington Charlotte ATLANTA MINNESOTA.., New York DENVER LA LAKERS ..NEW JERSEY Milwaukee Golden State PHOENIX Dallas Detroit College Basketball Points Underdog Favorite "Real" fly fishers spend long, dark, winter nights buried in mountains of feathers and fur, tying flies. Few scenes are more quaint that a well-stocked tying bench with a sophisticated vise, hooks, various types of glues and spools of thread in every color imaginable. I've tried tying my own flies and I do tie a few of the patterns I use most. While I agree there is something Recreation Basketball A list of incidents involving Dennis Rodman: Oct 9, 1992 - Misses opening of Detroit Pistons' training camp, saying his pending divorce and the departure of coach Chuck Daly has sapped his desire to play basketball. Rodman misses all of camp. Nov. 20, 1992 - Suspended by Pistons for three games tc refusing to go on a road trip. Feb. 11, 1993 - Police are notified after Rodman leaves a friend's house with a gun. He is later found asleep in his truck at The Palace at Auburn Hills, where he was shooting baskets. March 11, 1993 - Suspended one game by the Pistons for skipping practice. March 14, 1993 - Fined $500 for leaving the bench during a fight in a game with the Chicago Bulls. Oct. 1, 1993 - Traded to San Antonio Spurs, along with Isaiah Morris, for Sean Elliott and David Wood. Dec. 20, 1993 - Suspended one game and fined $7,500 for head-butting Chicago's Slacey King and failing to leave the court in a timely fashion after being ejected. Jan. 4, 1994 - Fined $10,000 for failing to leave the court and verbally abusing referees in game against the Lakers. March 4, 1994 - Suspended one game and fined $5,000 for head-butting Utah's John Stockton and making derogatory comments about referees after a game. May 2, 1994 - Fined $10,000 and suspended for Game 3 of the Spurs' first-round playoff senes with Utah after being called for a flagrant foul and receiving two technicals, his sixth election of the season. Oct 20, 1994 - Fined $15,000 by Spurs for arriving late to an exhibition game in which he was not expected to play. Nov. 2, 1994 - Suspended indefinitely by Spurs for throwing a bag of ice toward coach Bob Hill and an official after receiving his second technical in an exhibition game. Nov. 12, 1994 - Begins 14-game paid leave of absence from Spurs. March 19, 1995 - Separates shoulder in a motorcycle accident, an injury that would cause him to miss 14 games late in the season. May 1, 1995 - Fined $7,500 and assessed one flagrant foul point for throwing Denver's Dikembe Mutombo to the floor in a game. May 1 4, 1 995 - Benched during Game 4 of the Western Conference semifinals for arguing with coach Hill and refusing to join team huddles. Oct. 2, 1995 - Traded to Chicago Bulls for Will Perdue. Jan. 12, 1996 - Fined $5,000 for verbally abusing referees and failing to leave the court in a timely fashion after being ejected in a game with Seattle. March 18, 1996 - Suspended for six games and fined $20,000 for head-butting a referee following his ejection from a game against New Jersey. Dec. 10, 1996 - Suspended by Bulls for two games after using profanity in a live television interview following his ejection from a game with Raptors. Jan. 17, 1997 - Suspended by NBA for at least 11 games and fined $25,000 for kicking a courtside television photographer during a game at Minnesota. special about catching fish on flies you have made, and that it is always good to know MOBILE, Ala (AP) - Rosters for the Senior Bowl, to be played on Jan. 1 8: NORTH Quarterbacks - Pat Barnes, California; Jim Dmckenmiller, Virginia Tech. Wide receivers - Alonzo Johnson, Central State; Kevin Locked, Kansas State; Derrick Mason, Michigan State; Dimitrious Stanley, Ohio State, Robert Tate, Cincinnati. Tight ends Damon Jones, Southern Illinois; Matt Lepsis, Colorado. Running backs - Rod Brown, North Carolina State; Marc Edwards, Notre Dame; June Henley, Kansas; George Jones, San Diego State; Sedrick Shaw, Iowa. Offensive linemen - Damon Denson, Michigan; Chris Dishman, Nebraska; Jason Johnson, Kansas State; Jay Hagood, Virginia Tech; Rod Payne, Michigan; Juan Porter, Ohio State; Scott Sanderson, Washington State; Bob Sapp, Washington; Steve Scrfres, Wyoming; Ross Verba, Iowa; Paul Wiggins, Oregon. Defensive linemen - Antonio Anderson, Syracuse; William Carr, Michigan; Greg Jones, Colorado; Matt Keneley, Southern California; Brandon Noble, Penn State; David Richie, Washington; Jason Taylor, Akron; Jared Tomich, Nebraska; Renaldo Wynn, Notre Dame. Linebackers - Cornell Brown, Virginia Tech; Canute Curtis, West Virginia; James Darling, Washington State; Pal Fitzgerald, Northwestern; Matt Russell, Colorado; Alshermond Singleton, Temple. Defensive backs - Michael Booker, Nebraska; Torrian Gray, Virginia Tech; Ty Howard, Ohio State; A.J. Johnson, Maryland; Rob Kelly, Ohio State; Mike Minter, Nebraska; Chad Scott, Maryland; Jamel Williams, Nebraska. Kicker - Brett Conway, Penn State. Punter - Brad Maynard, Ball Slate. Coach - Norv Turner, Washington Redskins. SOUTH Quarterbacks - Jake Plummer, Arizona State; Jason Martin, Louisiana Tech. Wide receivers - Michael Adams, Texas; Andre Cooper, Florida State; Albert Connell, Texas A&M; Joey Kent, Tennessee; Chad Mackey, Louisiana Tech; Keith Poole, Anzona State. Tight ends - Patrick Hape, Alabama; David LaFleur, LSU; Jessie McCorvey, Auburn. Running backs - Tiki Barber, Virginia; Jay Graham, Tennessee; Leon Johnson, North Carolina; Antowain Smith, Houston; Jerald Sowell, Tulane. Offensive linemen Ben Bordelon, LSU; Calvin Collins, Texas A&M; Todd Fordham, Florida State; Shawn Lyons, The Citadel; Dan Neil, Texas; Juan Roque, Arizona State; Raleigh Roundtree, South Carolina St.; Brent Smith, Mississippi State; Marcus Spriggs, Houston; Ryan Tucker, Texas Christian. Defensive linemen - Terry Day, Mississippi State; Jason Ferguson, Georgia; Edward Jasper, Texas A&M; Ndukwe Kalu, Rice; Pratt Lyons, Troy State; Mark Smith, Auburn; Marvin Thomas, Memphis; Reinard Wilson, Florida State. Linebackers - Henri Crockett, Florida State; James Farrior, Virginia; Tyrus Mc-Cloud, Louisville; Tony McCombs, Eastern Kentucky; Marcellus Mostella, Aubum; Jamie Sharper, Virginia; Allen Stansberry, LSU; Ralph Staten, Alabama. Defensive backs - Chris Carter, Texas; Kevin Jackson, Alabama; Anthone Lott, Florida; Sam Madison, Louisville; Dexter McCleon, Clemson; George McCullough, Baylor; Nathan Perryman, Georgia Tech; Lawrence Wright, Flonda. Kicker - Johnny Lomoro, Southern Mississippi. Punter - Sean Uss, Florida State. Coach - Marty Schottenheimer, Kansas City Chiefs. some basic techniques in case you find yourself in a situa tion where you cannot buy the flies you need, I have never been able to really get into fly tying. Eighth Grade Basketball But there is another avenue into the creative end of the sport rod building. SETON HALL Rutgers N.C. Slate VIRGINIA TECH Mississippi OHIO STATE Georgia SOUTH FLORIDA Baylor Iowa State , Georgia Tech Massachusetts SL Louis Duquesne KENT George Mason Northwestern Arkansas Aubum DePaul ' Washington OhioU. AKRON Notre Dame .Arizona State KANSAS STATE Fullerton State . Nevada-Las Vegas Southern Illinois Penn State N.C.-Wilmington ..VA-COMMONWEALTH Arizona Yale SW Missouri State Ala-Birmingham Central Michigan PENNSYLVANIA' Drake Richmond Virginia1 St. John's Alabama , Georgetown DAYTON Columbia Fordham PURDUE Texas-El Paso , Bradley T.C.U. BYU RICE' New Mexico State , Missouri Air Force. Long Beach State Colorado State- California OREGON STATE. IDAHO, Cal-lrvine, Wyoming 4 14 11 3 3 7 3 4 10 1 12 10 9 15 5 3 2 17 13 24 1012 4 9 312 11 12 3 3 512 512 8 7 1 1 5 1 312 8 4 8 712 7 3 2 2 312 5 14 3 16 3 8 13 6 4 6 20 12 312 8 9 3 1412 7 I built my first rod two Florida State VILLANOVA CLEMSON Rhode Island :.. VANDERBILT Minnesota SOUTH CAROLINA Tulane OKLAHOMA COLORADO NORTH CAROLINA a-Boston College MARQUETTE LASALLE Western Michigan AMERICAN MICHIGAN STATE CINCINNATI KENTUCKY HOUSTON WASHINGTON STATE... MIAMI-OHIO Ball State SYRACUSE SOUTHERN CAL , Texas Tech CAL POLY S.LO OKLAHOMA STATE NOTHERN IOWA WISCONSIN JAMES MADiSON Old Dominion UCLA BROWN WICHITA STATE SOUTHERN MISS TOLEDO St. Joseph's INDIANA STATE EAST CAROLINA DUKE PITTSBURGH FLORIDA MIAMI-FLORIDA George Washington CORNELL ST. BONAVENTURE Indiana c-TULSA CREIGHTON Utah S.M.U New Mexico UTAH STATE NEBRASKA FRESNO STATE PACIFIC c-SAN DIEGO STATE OREGON Stanford Boise State CAL-SANTA BARBARA... HAWAII a-at FleetCenter b-atMabee Center c-at Peterson Gym years ago (before I ever tied a fly). Hazleton Industrial League Hershey Chocolate 68, Genova 33 Mike Lehman scored 34 points and Rusty Golliger had 17 to lead Hershey Chocolate past Genova. Chris Branz had eight points for Genova and Joe Pusateri tossed in seven. Bradley-Caldwell 98, Premier Ink Systems 70 Jay Brogan scored 28 points and Brian Barilla tossed in 24 to lead Bradley-Caldwell past Premier Ink Systems. Bob Lutz-zick had 17 points and Shawn Markle and Barry Mulhall each tossed in 11. Charlie DeCosmo led Premier Ink Systems with 28 points, Brian Maddock tossed in 14 and Fran Paladino had 11. Interstate Road Marking 83, Schumacher Engineering 56 Colin Mahon scored 22 points to lead Interstate Road Marking past Schumachrer Engineering. Buteh Ammon had 18 points, Lou Barletta tossed in 17 and Shane Planuits had 14. Greg Schumacher led Schumacher with 17 points, Emil Cann tossed in 16 and Larry Plesh and Joe Smith each had 10. It is a seven-foot long, four weight that I use all the time. It has a grip sized to my hand, a nickel silver reel seat and deep red and gold wraps on the guides. Last year I rebuilt an old bamboo rod, refinishing it and replacing the guides and reel seat. Now, as winter settles in Bishop Hafey 46, Lake-Lehman 30 Justin Whitebread scored 16 points and Bob Nenstiel added 12 to help the Vikings get past the Black Knights. Levin, Novin and Hoprich all had nine points for Lake-Lehman. Bishop Hafey improved to 4-8 and plays Monday at West Hazleton. West Hazleton 41, Hanover Area 40 Chris Planutis, Kevin Wallace and Mike Ross had strong performances in helping the Wildcats subdue the Hawkeyes. Zapatosky led Hanover Area with 21 points. West Hazleton will host Williamsport today. Dallas 46, Freeland 38 -Matt Byet scored 10 points and Paul Dougal tallied eight to help the Mountaineers get past the Whippets. Bill Schott and Eric Dion both scored nine points for Freeland (3-12) Freeland will host Hanover Area Tuesday. (we do have winter however, pleasantly short it is here on as the south coast of California), I starting to think about building another one this time all on my own. It really is a great winter project and there is nothing like catching a fish next spring on a rod you have built Stars Underdog Favorite NHL Points NHLAII-StarGame San Jose Arena-San Jose, CA. yourself. Rod building is not as dif . Even-12 (16) Western Conf. Eastern Conl Home Team in CAPS ficult as it might seem. While it is possible to become so TONIGHT skilled at it that you design your own graphite blanks (or 1 modify existing one) it is also possible to buy a rod-building kit that includes everything Seventh Grade Basketball you need in one box, ready to assemble. I suggest you take a path WOODSTOCK, Vt. (AP) - Latest skiing conditions as supplied by SnoCountry Worldwide. Conditions are subject to change due to weather, skier traffic and other factors. Be aware of changing conditions. NORTHEAST Pennsylvania Alpine Mountain - 3- new packed powder 26-50 base 20 trails 3 lifts sm 100 open8a-5p Big Boulder - 1-2 new packed powder 47-67 base 1 4 trails 2 lifts 1 00 open 9a-1 0p Blue Knob - 2-3 new packed powder 20-36 base 1 1 trails 5 lifts sm 9a-1 0p Blue Marsh - 3- new packed powder 1 8-36 base 6 trails 2 lifts sm 1 0a-1 0p Blue Mountain - 1- new packed powder 36-56 base 20 trails 5 lifts sm 8:30a-1 Op Boyce Park - packed powder 24-36 base 3 trails 3 lifts 9a-10:30p Camelback - 4- new machine groomed snow 48-62 base 28 trails 3 lifts sm 8:30a-10pWknd:32trls12lfts Doe Mtn - packed powder 24-52 base 1 0 trails 5 lifts sm 9a-1 0p 0 Ik MountaR) - 2-! new packed powder 1 8-80 base 1 4 trails 4 lifts sm 8:30a-1 0p Hidden Valley Ski - 4- new packed powder 20-24 base 1 1 trails 7 lifts 85 open xc:50km9a-10p Jack Frost - 1-2 new packed powder 50-77 base 22 trails 5 lifts 1 00 open 8:30a-4p Mystic Mountain Woodlands - 5- new packed powder 12-65 base 7 trails 2 lifts 1 00 open xc: open 1 0a-1 0p Seven Springs - 3-5 new packed powder 10-36 base 20 trails 12 lifts sm 400 acres 80 open 9a-11p Shawnee Mtn - loose granular 36-60 base 23 trails 6 lifts sm 1 00 open 9a-1 Op Ski Denton - 10-12 new packed powder 20-50 base 1 9 trails 3 lifts 95 open 9a-9p Ski Liberty - machine groomed snow . 18-38 base 1 3 trails 4 lifts sm 9a-1 Op Ski Roundtop - packed powder 18-34 base 13 trails 9 lifts 9a-top Ski Sawmill - 5- new packed powder 24-44 base 6 trails 2 lifts sm 1 0a-1 0p Split Rock - packed powder 12-24 base 2 trails 2 lifts 9a-4:30p Spnng Mtn - packed powder 14-28 base 4 trails 3 lifts sm 10a-10p, Sat:9a-10p Tanglwood - 1-3 new packed powder 28-52 base 8 trails 2 lifts 9a-1 0o between these two extremes for a first foray into rod building. You may not be ready to design rod blanks, but with a little study you can (Continued from page 11) Goals like that only happen once in a lifetime, the Bruins defenseman explained. "I couldn't have written the script any better," he said. Bourque scored with just 37.3 seconds to go, giving the Eastern Conference a 5-4 victory in front of the hometown fans at the FleetCenter. Bourque, a 17-year NHL veteran, was named the game's most valuable player. A LITTLE HULL: Seeing St. Louis forward Brett Hull always brings back fond memories for Hall of Famer Stan Mikita. Sort of. Mikita said fellow Hall of Famer Bobby Hull used to bring little Brett around the Chicago Blackhawks locker room in the 1970s. "I used to change his diapers because Bobby didn't like to change them. He'd say, 'Stan, you're more used to it than I am.' I had four children, so I didn't mind changing diapers." Brett and his two older brothers, Bobby Jr. and Blake, used to play with Mikita's kids. select the individual components yourself. By doing so the product is more "yours" and you learn much more in the process. Many fly fishing clubs and West Hazleton 45, Hanover Area 22 Shawn Pecora, Mike Delash and John Widitz all played well in helping the Wildcats down the Hawkeyes. Boyle led Hanover Area with 10 points. West Hazleton (9-5, 4-3) is back in action today against Williamsport at home. Bishop Hafey 44, Lake-Lehman 34 Frank Stish scored 10 points and Mike Matriccino tossed in six to lead undefeated Bishop Hafey (11-0) past Lake-Lehman, 44-34. Ethan Dolan, Mike Sharkey, Mario Pedriani, Brian Savage and Mike Alba each had four points. Kalenay led Lake-Lehman with 12 points and Saylor tossed in eight. Boys Basketball Wyoming Valley Conference Division I Hazleton Area at Nanticoke Tunkhannock at Berwick CrestwoodatCoughlin Pittston Area at Wyoming Valley West Division ll-lll Bishop Hafey at Wyoming Area Wyoming Seminary at Dallas Seton Catholic at Lake-Lehman Bishop O'Reilly at Hanover Area Northwest at GAR West Side Tech at Meyers Norv League Northwestern Lehigh at Marian Parkland at North Schuylkill , Freshman Bishop Hafey at Wyoming Area I p.m., Williamsport vs. West Hazleton at Hazleton Area High School Eighth Grade Noon, Williamsport vs. West Hazleton at Hazleton Area High School Hazleton in Southern Columbia Tournament Seventh Grade II a.m., Williamsport vs. West Hazleton at Hazleton Area High School Girls Basketball Schuylkill League Division I Blue Mountain at Tamaqua Wyoming Valley Conference Division ll-lll Wyoming Area at Bishop Hafey Norv League Schuylkill Haven at Weatherly Marian at Williams Valley Catasauqua at Mahanoy Area Freshman 1 1 a.m., Pleasant Valley at Freeland " 10a.m.,Meyersat West Hazleton College Basketball 1 p.m., Bucknell junior varsity at Penn State-Hazleton Boys-Girls Swimming Tamaqua at Pottsville Invitational Wrestling Schuylkill League 2 p.m., Jim Thorpe at Panther Valley Wyoming Valley Conference Meyers at Hazleton Area Non-League Catasauqua at Panther Valley Tamaqua at Millersburg Tamaqua at Halifax Mahanoy Area at Millersburg Mahanoy Area at Halifax Junior High 9 a m., Hazleton Area at Shawnee Duals Live, same-day and delayed national TV sports coverage for Saturday, January 18 (schedule subject to change andor blackouts): All times Eastern Noon ESPN NCAA Basketball, Mississippi at Vanderbilt " ESPN2 NCAA Basketball, Rhode Island at Virginia Tech 2 p.m. ABC NCAA Basketball, regional coverage, Georgia Tech at North Carolina or Arizona at UCLA CBS NCAA Basketball, regional coverage, Massachusetts at Boston College ESPN LPGA Golf, HealthSouth Inaugural, second round, at Orlando, Fla. TBS - NCAA Football, Senior Bowl, at Mobile, Ala. 3 p.m. CBS NCAA Basketball, regional coverage, Arkansas at Cincinnati 3:30 p.m. NBC - PGA Golf, Bob Hope Classic, fourth round, at Palm Springs, Calif. 4 p.m. CBS NCAA Basketball, regional coverage, UNLV at Oklahoma St. 5 p.m. ESPN Senior PGA Golf, Mastercard Championship, second round, at Kona, Hawaii 7 p.m. PRIME NCAA Hockey, W.Michigan at Michigan 7:30 p.m. ESPN - NCAA Basketball, Virginia at Duke 8 p.m. FOX NHL Hockey, All-Star Game, at San Jose, Calif. 8:30 p.m. ESPN2 - NCAA Basketball, Utah at Texas Christian 9:30 p.m. ESPN - NCAA Basketball, Missouri at Nebraska 10:30 p.m. ESPN2 Tennis, Australian Open, early round coverage, at Melbourne, Australia fly shops offer classes in rod building and this is, by far, the best way to get started. It is fun to do this with a group of people, and the expertise of someone who has done it before will save you time and trouble. If, however, you don't have access to a rod-building class, MSEliElEfiBBra there are several good instructional books available that will walk you through the process. Two such books are "The Custom Graphite Fly Rod" by Skip Morris and "Handcrafting a Graphite Fly Rod" by L.A. Garcia. The first step is to begin 7, WYOMING VALLEY CONFERENCE Jan. 26 - All-Star game starters announced. Jan. 28 or 29 - All-Star game reserves announced. Feb. 3 - Basketball Hall of Fame electees announced. Feb. 7-9 - Ail-Star Weekend. Cleveland. Feb. 20 - Trading deadline. April 20 Regular season ends. April 21 - Playoff rosters set by 3 p.m. EDT. April 24- Playoffs begin. May 11 - Early entry eligibility deadline. May 1 8 Draft lottery. June25-Draft, Chariotte,N.C. thinking about the line weight and length of the rod DIVISION I First Half Title you would like to build. If this is your first rod, an NASCAR boon to Charlotte area eight-foot, five or six weight is a good all-around rod. Would you like to added to your rod collection with a short delicate rod for fishing small streams? Maybe a three weight would be good. (Continued from page 12) track abilities were just as impressive as what he did on the dirt and asphalt. "Richard Petty thrives on people," Kyle said. "He feeds off that energy, and that hasn't changed a bit since he stopped racing." Or maybe you have been HAZLETON AREA vs. COUGHLIN Replay thinking about taking up salt water fly fishing and should think about an eight or nine weight. Whatever you decide, you need to gather some information on the availability of components to suit your needs and your budget. Saturday, January 18th at 6:00 pm exclusively on WYLN-TV 35 Leader of Local Events winners in the field for The Winston. . That includes drivers and car-owners who have won races in the previous year and the current year, past Winston Cup champions, winners of The Winston for the last five years, and the winner of that night's Winston Open. So far, those who have made the field going into the 1997 season include defending series champion Terry Labonte, Jeff Gordon, Dale Jarrett, Dale Earnhardt, Sterling Marlin, Rusty Wallace, Ricky Rudd, Ernie Ir-van, Geoff Bodine, Bill Elliott, Bobby Hamilton, Bobby Labonte, Darrell Waltrip and 1996 The Winston winner Michael Waltrip. That leaves six spots to fill. If it reverts back to winners in previous seasons, those eligible would include 1995 winners Mark Martin, Kyle Petty and Ward Burton, 1994 winner ,' Jimmy Spencer and 1993 win- ' ner Morgan Shepherd. The race, divided into two ; 30-lap segments and a 10-lap shootout, pays $50,000 to the;, winner of each of the first two j segments and $200,000 to the overall winner. FRUSTRATION PLUS: Ken ., Schrader is getting tired of an-"" swering questions about why he ',; hasn't won a race since 1991. w Schrader walked away from the last two years of his contract with the elite Hendrick Motorsports team to sign with' . new car-owner and longtime ; crew chief Andy Petree. - 7 Excited about his team '-change, Schrader responded to a. reporter's question about the losing skein by paying, "If you'd been writing stuff for nine years f and it hadn't gotten published,; wouldn't you be frustrated?" " ' - Many times your local fly shop will carry these components and it's alway best to check there first. Most mail order companies will sell you components, so look in any catalog you already have. Finally, there are catalogs that specialize in these WINNERS ONLY: The Winston, a $1 million non-points race held every May at Charlotte Motor Speedway, will no longer be open to non-winners. In the past, any openings in the required 20-car field were filled with the top finishers in the companion Winston Open, an invitational featuring most of the drivers in Winston Cup racing who hadn't already made the field. However, the rules have now been altered to include only ::-:,:-: w:-.:-,: HAZLETON 1 Wo ro Vnnr I nrnl NPtunrir IV ft 1 -888-4-WYLN-35 (717) 459-1869 A subsidiary of Gans MultiMedia Management, Inc Three companies that offer Please see REAL, page 15

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