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B2 THE PANTAGRAPH, Friday, Aug. 9, 1991 MUEdo. WUtt FfrnindsKi 34. LMsWtwlsi NsMSi M. Tha Purtzer.. -3644-70 .3744-71 346-71 Ochs-Ken Koehn, M, 62 Jj&f itornhgtvKsn OmiMr (M. Ptogy Rtv ynoioMlka Neei 24, 6-4, 6-4 EWnaCroaby. Mard Bozartfi Utton2b 1 0 0 0 Hunter 1b 4 0 0 0 Mnwme 4 0 11 Olson c 3 0 10 Urlbesa 41 20Glavlnep 1 000 Bnenlnss 0 0 00 Gregg ph 1000 Burire p 3 0 0 0 Mroker p 0 0 0 0 Baasph 1 0 0 0 KtMchl rf 10 10 Bmeeyp 0 0 0 0 Totals 37 113 S Totals S3 1 S 1 PMv 8hMhsWi. Men's Softball RESULTS Bahartm9,Aruba3 Pansma 4, Argentina 2 Dcmrtcan fepubc 11, Arties 5 Cube 4, Mexico 0 Urwed Statss v. Canada, let) nfghl 3646-71 Cindy FlggCurrkai Barb tiowsty. Major league ATP Championship MASON, 01 Iff) - Reeuej yeslerdsy In the $U maton ThrtWy ATP Charrfxorwhlp at t Jack NUoaua 8ports Csnssr (seerJngs It pa- nancy layior. ronto 15. 2B-CuyMr (7), Teneton (10), Wh (29). HR-Baiaa (1), Tenteton (21). SB-Wnlte (26). 8-Mose. P H RER BB 80 Detra Gicksn 714 f 0 0 1 4 Hennmn 124 2 0 0 0 3 Gleem 3 3 0 0 0 1 PGbanWM 2 2 0 0 1 2 Craft) 7 4 0 0 3 12 McDnakj 14 0 0 0 0 0 Weethr 1 14 0 0 0 3 2 Acker 3 2 0 0 2 1 HnkeUM 214 3 4 4 1 3 HBP-by GdUckson (White). PB-Myera Sm Francisco Mary Anna Onckines. 23.97, 6, C-udvlls Aires, Brazt, 24.02. 900-1, Ana CMrot Cuba, 18.71 (Pan Am record Old record: Ouatx, 19.06, 1967). 2, Atsa Harvey-Hi, Arlngun, Va. 129J9. 3, Celesta Haiday, BtorriokL Com, 2141. 4, Ltm Weeds, Sutnam, 201.48. 5, tw Turner, Jamaica, 202.66. (, Daley Ocasto, Pusno Pico, 2M.46. 7, Aden Vaktaz, Trial-dad, mM. 8, CWy h-ray, Jaiitata, 20821. 10Km waft 1, Qredels alaridoza, Mexico, 48:41 M (Pan Am record: old record, 47:17.16, Maria Cain, Mexico, 1987). 2 Dsbbl Lawrence, Cokimbua, kid- 46:51JS3. 3, Marloei Chavez, Mexico, 47:44.73. 4, Lym West, Sufc. N Y, 471.06. 6, Yoslalna Puneles, Cubs, 6107.43. 8, Lore Rkjutlo, Canada. 53:32X17. 7, Martbei Ceklertn, Cuoa, 5434.90. 5, Maria Guzman, B Salvador, 64:57.09. 9, Dork) Vatsolo, Hon- 110 021 300-1 100 000 000-1 Baseball i jtnf rjung jr.-M-Ti - - i inl I 4hsT 4ka 93 MMII MrfnfT fl Cindy Scfraysr 3447-71 SueThomes 3648-71 SINGLES BASEBALL LANDINGS W L PIS "-"?- Cub. Amy Bern. . Sherrl Stelnlkauar. United States-. Dornirican Rep. MlchelsEs-1. -.3844-72 .3646-72 .3547-72 Nwaoo.. Puerto Rico. Thkd Round Boris Becker (1), Germany, del Marvel Washtiglon, Swartz Creek, Mich., 54, 64. Andrei Cherkasw (10), Soviet Union, del. David Wheaton (8), Lake Mlmetonka, Mm, 6-3,64. Dsrtk Rostagno (14), Psofc Pshades, Cfr I., del. hn Land (3), Greenwich, Com, 74, 34,84. Pet Sampras (7), BraderSon, Fsv, oat Weyns Ferrelra. South Africa, 6-1, 64. Stefan Edbsrg (2), Sweden, Oat Amos Lynn Connelly CarefyMackey Jenrwer Wyart CaroHna Gowan Manna Nauee Aruba.. .3646-72 .3349-72 .3647-73 Nicaragua.. i-neoa.. OP-San Francisco 1. LOB-San Frano-bko 13, Atlanta 6. 2B-MaWHarna (19), RThompson (18), Urtbe (4). 3B-Lswts (2). HR-WCIerk (22). SB-Lewis (4), Nixon 2 (62). CS-McGee (7). 8-Burkett. 8F Manwartng, P H RER BB 80 San Francisco BurkttW,9-6 8 8 1 1 1 6 Branny 1 0 0 0 0 1 Atlanta GtavneL.14-7 6 7 4 4 6 S Merckr 124 6 4 4 2 2 Petty 214 1 0 0 0 0 HBP-ty Petty (Mitchell). WP-Glevlne. Lknoirea-Home, Gregg; First, Weal; Second, Runge; Third, Winters. T-3:18.A-29,428. Saey Utbe.. Penny Putz,. RESULTS ! auras. 6737.07. - long Jump-1, Dierme Guthrie, Jsrrtaca, 214VI. 2 Been Echevams, Cuba, 214. 8, ' JuM Bright, Coo Bay, Ore, 21-6V. 4, Fkat Hysckkh, U.S VkfJn IsHnos, 21114. 6, Antfee Ave, Argentina, 204. 6, Eupharrs Huggsta, Trtriided, 204vk. 7, Dkmns Rose, Jsmelca, 20-6 8, Owen Loud, Los Angeles, 20414, '1.6 Midwest League Results Madison 2. AppMonl BeWt at Kenosha, pptt, wet ground Kane County el 8oulh Bend, pod, mm Ceo Rapids 5, Waterloo 0 Roddord 2-7, CMon 1-2 BurkYiglon 4, Quad City 3 Fecna 5, Srlg4eld 1 Guy Forget (S), Franc, del Qiarfuca PozzL hsiV, 6-4, 64. Jkn Couner (4), Dad Oy, Fv del Michael Chang (IS), Colo ds Csz. Cait, 74, 64. Notices Maxim 7, (triads 6 f3ortiinlcsn Repubtc 6, Mcngus2 Lkvted States 6, Arties 4 Cuba 16, Puerto PJco 2 GAMES TODAY No games scheduled GAMES TOMORROW MexxvlDxiwilcanRacUc,9am fkcaragu vs. Canada, 2 pjn. Aruba vs. Cuba, 2 p.m. United Statea va. Puerto PJco, 7:30 p.m. Men's basketball STANDINGS EZ3 PADRES ijaroiyn h t Kale Hughes 3647-73 Uee Waters 3846-73 Mary Murphy 3746-73 Dale Fgesng 3944-73 JannyLklb 3647-73 JoanPltcock 3646-73 Susie McAKatar 3746-73 Leurk) Rinkar 3746-73 Ok-Hee Ku ----.. 3944-73 8usl Redman 3748-73 Nancy Rsmsbottom 3945-74 PageOuniap 3945-74 Alee Miler 3649-74 Perrrt WrlgrS..3648-74 Patty Jordan 3646-74 DormWhlt 3945-74 Jan KJeiman 4n.x.Ti Nina Fouet 3945-74 Wm Srepman 3846-74 6, ASTROS 3 HOUSTON SAN DIEGO abrh M Roberta 2b 4 2 2 TFmdzss 5 1 3 TOwyn rf 4 0 2 FMcOrlb 3 0 1 0 FWeycf 1 Cndele2b 3 Tdntnotb 0 LGnztzlf 0 CrranW3b GroupA WLPIS JCIaric f 4 0 1 Brazl 30 6 0 Slmmart 30 Puerto Rico. Mn3coI HowelSb 4 0 0 Dr Jckn cf 4 0 0 Birdtoc 3 1 0 Banes p 1 1 0 rjeoorah UcHan 3747-74 1 2 02 03 0 Coral p 0 Ovdaon ph 0 SoMIng p 0 Bowel oh abrhbi 6 0 0 0 6 0 11 4 110 4 110 4 0 2 0 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 11 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 0 2 10 0 10 0 0 10 10 2 0 2 0 8 3 0 3 AMERICAN LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Horn Away Toronto 62 47 .569 - 5-5 Lost 1 35-22 27-25 Detroit 56 52 .519 514 6-4 Won 1 35-19 21-33 Boston 50 57 .467 11 4-6 Lost 4 28-29 22-28 New York 48 57 .457 12 2-8 Lost 3 25-25 23-32 Milwaukee 47 61 .435 14V4 5-5 Won 2 26-29 21-32 Baltimore 43 64 .402 18 4-6 Lost 2 17-34 26-30 Cleveland 35 71 .330 25V4 2-8 Lost 2 17-33 18-38 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Minnesota 65 44 .596 - 7-3 Lost 1 32-19 33-25 Chicago 62 45 .579 2 8-2 Won 4 34-24 28-21 Oakland 61 48 .560 4 7-3 Won 3 34-22 27-26 Texas 56 48 .538 m 5-5 Won 2 32-19 24-29 Seattle 57 51 .528 Vh 6-4 Lost 3 28-21 29-30 Kansas City 55 51 .519 8V. 8-2 Won 4 26-29 29-22 California 53 54 .495 11 3-7 Won 1 25-31 28-23 NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Pittsburgh 62 44 .585 - 2-8 Lost 2 29-20 33-24 a Louis 57 49 .538 5 5-5 Lost 1 33-23 24-26 New York 57 50 .533 5V. 3-7 Won 2 29-27 28-23 Chicago 52 55 .486 1014 5-5 Lost 3 29-21 23-34 Philadelphia 49 58 .458 13V4 9-1 Won 9 28-25 21-33 Montreal 44 62 .415 18 2-8 Won 1 23-30 21-32 West Division W L Pet GB L10 Streak Home Away Los Angeles 61 46 .570 - 5-5 Won 3 32-18 29-28 Atlanta 56 50 .528 414 6-4 Lost 2 31-27 25-23 Cincinnati 52 54 .491 8V4 5-5 Lost 3 29-28 23-26 San Francisco 52 55 .486 9 6-4 Won 2 28-22 24-33 San Diego 52 56 .481 9V4 5-5 Won 2 22-28 30-28 Houston 46 61 .430 15 8-2 Lost 2 29-28 17-33 Pam Atan .3747-74 8usle Barring 3846-74 Group B Howard ph 1 0 0 Point standings At Farmer City Through Aug. 2 LATE MOOELS 1. Kevin Weaver (Gdeon Cty), 413; 2 Jim Leka (Wopots), 375; 3. Jim Rartck (Mow-eequal, 259; 4. Doug MoCansnon (Palestkie), 248; 5. Mke Mutvaki (BartonvBa), 235; 6. Man! Burton (Georgetown), 202; 7. Dk Taylor (SprtngfWd), 199; 6. Gary May (Mlnonk), 189; t. Ed Bauman (Sprtngfield), 163; 10. Bil Drake (Bkxmington), ItO. HOBBY STOCKS 1. John Ctavenger (Rutland), 356: 2 Mike Moughan (Spcingfeld), 304; 3. Jell Ensign WLPIS .J848-74 Mlndez p 0 0 0 0 Henry p Donne Andrews Chris Johnson.. Normal fall Softball ; At Normal Organizational iiieetxig lor Normal Fal Softball Leagues, Auc 22, Normal Cty Hal Annan, 611 Swdaft Meiislaatpltcfi, 6 p.m.; oo-rsc slowpkuh, 7 (xnv; man's slew Pti 6 pm (l Prairie Central fall sports et Falrbury- Meetng far parsnla, sfWsta and coaches h M sports program at Prart C-snkalHkjh WxMondeyJ pm., si man pymnaaium. Practice tor foc4baa, vosfevtefL cross country and gok begin Aug. 19. Aftletes must have the Mrjwkiopto fa tret nactios: 1. completed ptiysk form on hi s at the high school ofllot; 2 $10 rerjiatratlon fe paid fn tie achocl office, 2 Mrang rulea signed by parent and athlete; 4. emergency cd completed and on lis ki school olfcs. , . Clinton fall sports AI CTntcn- F-julprrienl Issus and practice fknes tor U sports at Canton High School Athletes must hsv ourranl physical and kisur-anc (or waiver form) prior to Irst prco: Footbal: aopment kraus Aug. 16 - varsity, 9 fa 10 e.m; sooriomorea, 10 fa 11 a.m;. keshmen, 11 em fa noon. On Aug, 17 - 9 fa 10 am Fkat practices vsrsky and sopho-mores, Aug. 19, 9 fa 10 a.m. and 3 fa 6 pm; Untied States. ,30 3 Venezuela.. .3748-75 ,3748-75 .3748-76 2 1 Arm Walsh Michelle McGann Stphnanph 0 0 0 Srnpteypr 0 0 0 Lffertap 0 0 0 0 ceoenoas 0 Esebloe 0 Blggloph 1 2 1 2 Cubs... 02 ArgentJna..... Bowen p Ortttrf 4 Totals 3 Totals 33 5 9 Dottle Mochrte ..................3647-76 Lenore Rmenhous 3746-75 Stephanie Farwkl..38-37-75 Maggie Wis 3748-75 Sherrl Turner 3847-75 Jan Stephenson 3948-75 Lym Adams 3946-76 Karen Davkta...3847-75 San Diego Houston 004 010 000-5 000 011 010-3 rMonDceioi, ztn; 4. uenras mon (Lexington), am; e. wet , Wes O'Del (SpnngWd), 245; 6. Ml Wilson (Lexington), 231; 7. Bruce Brucker taoson cay), 222 a. pi Paul Patterson (Mod- Mary Bea Porter-King. Hkoml Kcteyast.-- m: 10. esto), 201; 9. Buck Moore i Richard RadcH (Bcrrigton), 181. .3748-76 .4144-76 .3649-75 .3847-75 .3746-76 lun Bauer Kris Monaghan. Donna WHns fa 1230 pm voSeybal- Other Irst practices: Aug 19, 8 a.m fa noon; oross country - Aug. 19, 2 p.m. (girls), 4 pm (boys); got - Aug. 19, 730 a.m., umton uountry uuo. BASEBALL DP Houston 1. LOB-San Diego 6, Houston 8. 2B-TFarmndez 2 (21), Tde-rrttno (2), CaminW (17), Bagwel (18). 3B-LQonz8j (8). 88-Roberta (21). P H RER BB 80 San Diego Banes W.7-10 6 6 2 2 13 Melndz 2 2 1113 Leffrts8,17 1 1 0 0 0 2 Houston Bowen L.1-2 424 7 6 5 2 1 Coral 1 14 0 0 0 0 1 Sensing 2 10 0 11, Henry 1 10 0 10 HBP-by Bowen (Bene). WP-Henry. Umpires-Home, Rennert; First, HaJHon; Second, Harvey; Third, Daring, T-2:48. A-22,608. American League box scores WHITE SOX 4, YANKEES 1 NEW YORK CHICAGO abrhbi abrhbi Wllama cf 3 0 0 0 Raines If 3 10 0 Sax 2b 4110 Hull rf 2110 Mttngfytb 4 0 2 0 Thmaadh 4 0 2 2 Haiti 4 0 1 0 Kittle 1b 4000 Nokeso 4 0 11 Vntura lb 0 0 0 0 MuJeral' 4 0 0 0 Krkvoac 4 0 0 0 Maasdh 2 0 0 0 Grbeck 3b 4 0 2 0 Espnzass 3 0 0 0 Uhnsncf 4 110 PKelly3b 3 0 0 0 Cora2b 4 111 Guillen a 3 0 0 0 Totals 31 1 6 1 Total 32 4 7 3 STREET STOCKS 1. Loren Haberkom (Chatsworth), 336; 2 Darryl 2gler (Blocnwigton), 328; 3. Jay Smithson (rWangton), 313; 4. Rod Blcknei (Normal), 299; 6. Jamie Rile (Danville), 218; 6. Kerry Jes (Saybrook), 216; 7. Jkn Bailey (Danville), 200; 8. Scott Dehm (Chatsworth), 153; 9. Randy Reynolds (Colfax), 152; 10. CJ. Thompson (Paxton), 152. At Falrbury Through Aug. 9 LATE MOOELS 1. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City), 478; 2 Tom Rlents (Streator), 431; Jkn O'Connor (Kankakee), 343; 4. Roger Long (Oekwood), 330; 6. Mite Mutvsln (BVttmfej, 297; 6. Bob Port-men Jr. (Oak lawn), 267: 7. Gary May (Mlnonk), 265; & Tom Krol (Chabanse), 247; 9. Gary NettJeton (Saybrook), 237; 10. Aten Thomas (WspsHs), 217. SIX-CYLINDERS 1. Mark Anderson (Lexington), 526; I Paul Westerrrieyer (Pontlac), 402; 3. Ron Bohm (Cornell), 387; 4. Randy Bohm (Pontlac), 359; 6. Mark Honegger (Forrest), 332; 6. Corey Turner (Cusomf, 320; 7. Jell Semmens (Pontlac), 315; 8. Mall MeMn (Come)), 303; 9. Chsitle Hyslop (Verona), 298; 10. Brenl Cox (Flanagan), 233. STREET STOCKS 1. Joe Harlan (Flanagan), 447; 2 Scott Dehm (Chatsworth), 416; 3 Rick Thomas (Dwkjht), 403; 4. Carl Homsteln (Chatsworth), 343; 5. Jefl Hamilton (Pontlac), 341; 6. Kerry JDee (Saybrook), 299; 7. Ken Luertng Jr. (FaJr-bury), 274; 8. Mike Serena, 198; 9. Mike Crouch, 177; 10. Jefl Momper (Wilmington), 175. UMP national series THROUGH AUG. 4 1. Kevin Claycomb (Vlncennes, kid.), 1,802; 2 Tom Rlents (Streator), 1,659; 3. Doug McCemmon (Palestine), 1,611; 4. Dick Taylor (SprmgfWd), 1,574; 6. Kevin Weaver (Gibson CHy), UT); t Eddie Pace (Cktrksvie, Tern.), 1,534; 7. Bob Pohtman Jr. (Oak Lawn), 1,482; 8. Bob Pierce (DarMM, U72; 9. Jkn Rartck NATIONAL LEAGUE New York (Cone 104) at Chicago (Maddut W), 2:20 p.m. Montreal (Barnes 2-4) at Philadelphia (Greene 8-4), 6:35 p.m. St Louie (B.Smith 8-7) at Pittsburgh (Smiey 13-7), 6:36 6m. Houston (Deahalet 44) at Atlanta (Avery 12-S), 6:40 p.m. Cincinnati (Santord 04) at San Diego (Ras-mussen 34), 9:05 p.m. Los Angeles (Belcher 7-7) at San Francisco (Wilson 74), 9:35 p.m. Games tomorrow AMERICAN LEAGUE Boston at Toronto, 12:35 p.m. Detrol at New York, 630 p.m. Chicago at Baltimore, 8:35 p.m. Cleveland at Kansas City, 705 p.m. Milwaukee at Texas, 8:05 p.m Oakland at CaMomle. M6sm Minnesota Seattle, 9:05 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE New York at Chloago, 120 p.m. Los Angeles at San Francisco, 3:06 p.m. Montreal at Philadelphia, 6:05 p.m. St Louis at Pittsburgh, 6:06 p.m. Houston at Atlanta, 6:10 pm. Cincinnati al San Diego, 9:05 p.m. Results AMERICAN LEAGUI Chicago 4, N York t Mawaukes 6, BtMmoft 4 Datra 4, Toronto 0, 14 swings Only games scheduled NATIONAL LEAGUE PMadelpNa 11, Chicago 1 loa Angola 8, Once. 4 Now York 4, Pittsburgh 3 San Francisco 8, Atlanta 1 San Kego 5, Houston 3 Montiaalal St Lou, pod, ram Games today AMERICAN LEAGUE Dow (AJrjred 0-1 and Later 3-2) at New York (Taylor M and Plunk 2-2), 2, 3:30 p.m. Chicago (Hough 7-6) at Baltimore (Muaalna 0-1), 6:35 pm Boston peskelh W) at Toronto (Wets 12-8), (:35 p.m. Cleveland (Swlndel 74) i Kansas Dry (Qubkaa 6-5), 7:35 p.m. Mimukaa (Bosk) 7-8) at Texas UiOuzmsn 7- 4), 7:35 put. Oakland (Stewart 84) at CaWomia (McCesH. 8- 14), 9:35 p.m. Minnesota (West 2-2) at Seattle (Johnson 10-7), 35 p.m. U.S. Women's Amateur HUTCHINSON , Kan, (AP) - Results yesler-day bom the second and 0wd round of match play at the 91 United States Women's Amateur Chernplonshlp, played Wednesday at tha 6,076yrd, par-72 Prairie Dune Country Oub: SECOND ROUND Amy Fruhwtlh, Phoenix, del Carol Sempla Thompson, SewkMey, Pa., 3 and 2 Barbara Btancnar, Columbls, Ma, del. Nkxxe Jerey, Berwyn, 21 holes. Catherine Stevens, Wichita, Kan., del. Maria CttMuccI, Orlando, FkL, 1 up- Carrl Wood, South Dennis, Mass., del. Alycy Rambin, Tulsa, OkkL, 19 holes. Del. Kilns Bourson, France, del. Kelly Robbina, ount pleasant, Mich., 1 up. Armlka Sorenstam, Sweden, del. Naomi Korehlsa, Charlevoix, Mich., 5 and 4. Sarah L Ingram, NashvUle, def. STephania Davis, Bainbrtdge Island, Wash., 6 and 6. Martha Leech, Austin, Tens, del. Rene Heiken, Metsmora, 1 up. Heidi Vorhees, Valley Village, CaK., del. Erne Klein, Studio City, CsU., 2 and 1. Term Samuel, Canada, def. Laree Sugg, Petersburg, Va., 2 up. VleM Suhcdd, Tucson, Ariz., del. view Goetz, Hul, Ga., 3 and 1. Anne Marie Tobin, Lyrnflekf, Mass. del. Angela Buzminskl, Canada, 2 and 1. Adele Moore, Dates, del. Debbie Parks, Carefree, Ariz., 2 up. Caterina OulntauolM, Italy, del. Tracy Little, Temple Terrace, F, 5 and 3. Martin Koch, Germany, def. Trida Konz, Mesa, Ariz., 6 and 5. Martha Lang, Geneva, del. Debbi Koyama, Monrovia, Cant. 1 up. THIRD ROUND FruhwMi del. Btanchor, 3 and 2 Wood del. Stevens, 6 and 5. Bourson def. Sorenstam, 19 holes. Leach del. Ingram, 4 and 3 Vorhees del. Samuel, 1 up. Tobin del. SuhocM, 2 up. Oukitarei def. Moore, 2 nd 1. Lang del. Koch, 3 and 2 TEXAS RANGERS Placed Jeff Huson, lekler, on ths 15-day dabM 1st Recaled Jos Hernandez, kAeider, kom Tuka of tm Texas League. Signed Dev Schrnkk, plcher, to contract with me Oklahom City cf th American AsaccMon. nauOfVII LsWOUt ATLANTA 8RAVES-Ward Rick Mahler, pitcher. Recalled Armando Reynoeo, pitcher, kom Richmond of the International League. CINCINNATI REDS Placed Mariano Duncan, second baseman, on the 15-day dteabied ktt Recalled Freddie Benevlde, shortstop, kom Nashvtle of the American Aaaoclstlon. PITTSBURGH PIRATES-Placed Wnta n,,i, i .In, " 1 , . j. -. . . j a rsnctoe, pacner, on Die looay oissdiso ssl Recalled Roger Mason, pitcher, kom Buffalo Of the Interregional Leegue. BASKETBALL Natkmel Beeketbaa Association ' MILWAUKEE BUCKS-PleceC Frank Komet, forward, on waivers for th purposo of alfawkxj him to sign with the Siena team ol the kalian A-1 League. PHILADELPHIA 76ER8-8lgned Tharon Mayes, guard, to a two-year ccotract Contktental Basketball Association . UCROSSE CATBIRDS Traded Gene Banks, kxward, to the Birmingham Bandits tor 1991 second-round pick end tutur contkj- net MJLitf Puerto Rico 98, Uruguay 78 Venezuela 98, Bahamas 81 GAMES TODAY Canada vs. Mexico, 230 pm United States vs. Bahamas, 5 pm Cuba v. Argentina, 730 pm GAMES TOMORROW Mexico vs. Uruguay, 9.30 em. Argentine vs. Venezuela, 6 p.m Puerto Rico vs. Brazl, 730 pm Women's basketball STANDINGS WLPIS Brazf -,i. ... 4 0 6 United Stales ..... 3 1 6 Cuba. 2 2 4 r-r- , , ) 3 2 AraenrJne... .... 0 4 0 RESULTS Brazl 83. Argentina 58 united Statea 91, Cuba 71 GAMES TODAY No QRfnn tcrwdutod GAMES TOMORROW Semifine! Brazl va Canada, noon United States vs. Cuba, 2:30 pm GAMES SUNDAY Finals Bronze medal game, noon Gold medal game, 2:30 p.m. Track and field HAVANA (AP) - Final results yesterday kl the track and Held events at the Pen Amsrtcan Games: 200-1, Robeon Da Silva, Brazl, 20.16 seconds. 2 Kevin urn, Dss Moines, Iowa, 20.63. 3, Fekx Stevens, Cuba, 20.76. 4, Peter OgMe, Caneda, 2120. 6, Troy Douglas, Bermuda, 21.26, 6, Roland Bardey, Trlridad, 2151. 7, Roberto Hernandez, Cuba, 232 6, Kevin BraurmnskH, Dover, Del., dnp. 800-1, Ocky Clark, Sanferd, FU., 1:46.91. 2, Terrl Devis, Austin, Texas, 1:46.99. 3, Tommy Aalnga, Surtnam, 1:4724, 4, Pablo Squela, Chte, 1:47.59. 5, Angel CamesoKa, Cuba, 147.93. 6, Hector Herren, Cuba, 1:48.12 7, U GoncaMss, Brazl, 1:48.12 8, Luis Mkjueles, Argentina, 1:48.86. Hsmmer-1, James Driscol, kivergrovs, Mam, 238 fast, 9 Inchee. 2 Judson Logan, North Canton, Ohio, 2304. 3, Rene Diaz, Cuba, 2244. 4, Guilermo Guzman, Mexico, 2244. 6, Andres Charadkt, Argentina, 223-10. 6, Marcek) Puoliese, Argentina, 2234. 7, Ian Maplethorpa, Canada, 1904. Eduardo Rena, Honduras, 1244. Shot Put-1, Gert Wei, Chts, 63-10 2, Paul Ruiz, Cube, 634. 3, CJ. Hunter, Washington, 62-7y. 4, Jorge Montenegro, Cubs, 82-2Vi. 6, David Wilson, Spokane, Wash, 69-2 8, Roberto Venier, Canada, 68-IOVk. 7, Francisco Bel, Puerto Rico, 564Vt. 8, Humbert Maingot, Tdnldad, 54-6. Pol Vaufl-1, Pat Manaon, West Point, N.Y., I64vt. 2 Ken Wood, Canada, 174Vi. 3, Angel Garde, Cubs, 174. 4, Edgar Diaz, Puerto PJco, 164. 5 (lie), Miguel Berrio, Cuba, and Earl Bel, U.S. (Axon, Panama), 16-4. 7, Cnstlan Asplsaga, Chss, 164. 8, Thomas Rkkher, dies, dnp. Decathlon Total 1, Pedro Ferrer, Brazt, 7,782 points. 2, Eugenk) Bakjnque, Cuba, 7,726. 3, Sheldon Blcckburger, Newport Beach, CaH, 7,262. 4, Antonio Green, Bahamas, 7,205. 6, Richard Heskefh, Canada, 7,120. 6, Miguel Veils, Cub, 7,067. 7, David Maigay, Wilkee-Barrs, Pa., no total 200-1, Ukana Alan, Cuba, 23.11. 2, Mmens Restrapo, Wcrnbia, 23.18. 3, Msrlen Frezier, Jarreaca, 23.48. 4, Idaknla Bonn, Cubs, 23.64. 5, Karen Clark, Canada, 23.71. 8, Dahia Duhaney, Jsmeics, 2177. 7, SherM Ransom, 000 000 001-1 001 300 OOx-4 New York Chicago Parks and rec NORMAL CO-REC Twit Arsenal del Nutri Systems, 164, 15-14, IW Bty QikopiacSc dat Moreflekf ConstnJCSon, 6-16, 15-10, 15-13. Miacetsneous LkcKI dl The Snsuhws, 154, 15-11, 9-16. W I PGA CARMEL, Ind. (AP) - Graded scores yester-day after Die Ural round ol fts $1 .4 mMlon 73rd PGA Championship, played on tie 7.288-yard, par 3648-72 Crooked Stk Got Ck course: Kenny Knox .3641-87 Ian wocenem 3642-67 CrekJ Sadler 3346-66 Sandy lyle 3444-68 Ken Green 35-33-68 Bruce Uetzke, 3444-68 Jkn Halet 3247-69 Tom Purtzer 3742-69 BWy Ray Brown 3445-69 Raymond Floyd 3348-89 John Daly ....3742-69 Andrew Mace. -36-33-69 John Huston ..........,....35-35-70 Greg Norman.. ..,...3743-70 Nick Flo........3347-70 JayDelsIng ; 3446-70 Jkn Galtogher, . 3743-70 GH Morgan ..3646-70 Steve Pate ,.,3545-70 Steven Pjchsrdson ..37-33- 70 Mark CMcavecchi. 3545-70 Hale kwki ..3644-70 Scott WMams 3448-70 Rick Fehr . 3743-70 Howard TwWy 3545-70 Fred Fur. . 3845-71 David Edwards-. ........3348-71 David Feherty .....3744-71 Dave Stockton.... .... 3447-71 Scott Hoch . . ...3645-71 Rocco Mediate ,.,. 3348-71 Denny Heplet . ...3447-71 Jack Nklaus... 3645-71 Lenny Wadklns , km-h Sevs Baletteros ..354S-71 MarkWtebe 3646-72 Wayne Grady 3646-72 Keith Clearwater 3745-72 Kenny Pony 3547-72 Mike Hulberl - 3648-72 Tommy Nakajima 348-72 Davis Leva l,... 3547-72 David Graham.... 3646-72 Fuzzy Zoeller 3646-72 Brad Faxon ,..,.3646-72 GaryHallberg 3646-72 Loren Roberts... ...3646-72 Corey Pavln 3648-72 Bily Mayfalr 3647-73 Mom Hstalsky rr.-m-n Mike Harwood. 3647-73 Dan Foramen 37-36-73 Wayne Levi .3647-73 Russ Cochran 3944-73 Cralo Parry 3748-73 JeBSIuman 3845-73 Bob Twey 37 46-73 Hubert Green ..3845-73 Mark Brooks... 3845-73 BobWdcoa . 3746-73 Ph Btackmar 3845-73 Tom KH J 3647-73 Peter Persons .... ...3647-73 Lee RWcer 3548-73 Bob Gilder .....3746-73 Billy Andrade 3748-73 Mark McCumbsr 3846-74 Jodie Mudd ,3846-74 Tom Watson. 3747-74 Dsvld Peoples 3648-74 Lormie Nietten 3846-74 James Masserto 3747-74 Mike KaHam 3549-74 Darrel Kestner 3648-74 Fred Couples - 3747-74 Hal Sutton ....3B46-74 Tim Simpson .....3648-74 ian Baker-Finch... ....4044-74 Payne Stewatt....... . 3848-74 Greg Farrow........ 3848-74 Brett Upper . 3440-74 David Frost 3747-74 Peter Senior .3846-74 Steve FJttngton 3M8-74 Nden Henke.. 3848-74 Buddy Gardner 3747-74 Joey Sndeav 3646-74 Gene Ssuers 3441-75 Dev Ban 3649-75 Larry Nelson 3946-75 DougTewel 3847-75 Benihard Langer .,..3540-7S Mark O'Meara ...3748-75 Ricky Kawagl8rs 4045-75 TedSchutz 3847-75 Jay Don Blake...................... 3540-75 Mark McNulty. ...3748-75 Fran Marrello -...4045-76 Scott Bentley 3847-75 Terry Florenos .....36-37-75 Brian Claar .37-39-76 Brad Sherry 3749-78 Bruce Roisher,... 3947-76 JmWhl 3749-76 TomWergo 3947-76 Brian Tennyson .4046-76 Jm Maria Okuabal 3948-77 John MahaDey 3641 -77 Arnold Palmer 3948-77 Brent Veenstm . 3948-77 Bob Lohr 4048-78 Mel Baum .... ....4048-78 Brent Buckmsn ...3544-79 Larry Gilbert m.....3841 -79 Jeffrey Rom ,..4248-80 Bob Borowk2..-. 3642-60 B-Npper. SF-Bonma. waaquaj, i,a; tu. nanoy seaars (May-I, Ky.), 1,309. . IP H RER BB SO Pittsburgh Drat U 0-11 214 S 3 3 1 1 Kipper 414 3 1 1 0 1 Mason 0 1 0 0 0 0 Patterson 11-310011 New York viola W,1 2-8 8 6 2 2 1 8 Franco S.22 1 2 110 1 Mason pitched to 1 batter In the 7th, Viola pitched to 1 belter In the 9th. Umpire Home, Layne; First McSherry; Second, Davis; Third, Davidson. T-2:38. A-41,872. E-Sax (6), Nokes (4). DP-Chkago 1. LOB New York 8, Chicago 7. 2B-Mat-tngly (22), Thomas (23). SB-Hull 2 (13), Uohnon(18),Cora2(11). IP H RER BB SO New York JJohnsn 1-4-S S 7 4 4 2 7 Habyan 1 0 0 0 0 0 Howe 1 0 0 0 0 1 Guetterman 1 0 0 0 0 0 Chicago Famndz W,64 8 4 1 1 2 3 Radinsky 8,4 1 1 0 0 0 0 Fernandez pitched to 2 betters In the 9th. HBP-by JJohnson (Huff). WP-JJohn-son. Umpires-Home, Kaiser First, Hlckox; Second, Ctark; Third, Koec T-2.34. A-36.03Z BREWERS 8, ORIOLES 4 MILWAUKEE BALTIMORE abrhbi abrhbi MoWorlb S121Dvrauxcf 60 10 Rncflph 2b 4 1 1 0 BAndsn If 4 0 0 0 Hmlton cf 4 112 CRpken ss 4 2 2 1 Yount dh 4 0 0 0 Horn oh 4222 GVghn If 4 111 Mllkjan lb 4 0 1 1 Bchette rf 4 0 0 0 Orsulak rf 3 0 2 0 Surhoflc 3 2 2 0 Gomez3b 4 0 0 0 Gntner 3b 4 0 1 0 Holies o 4 0 10 Spiers as 4 0 12 JBeH 2b 4 0 0 0 Totala 38 6 9 6 Total 36 4 9 4 Women's club AT HIGHLAND PARK GOLF COURSE Highland Park 18-Hc4a Ladle Association Play of the day- not available. Winner - Cathy NalewevCepen Cup Tournament whinar Barb 2)iiiiieiiiMjn. DODGERS UtVted Slate Basketbel Leegue . MIAMI TPKS-Annouriced John Lucas has purchased th tacts. Named Catty Bertey president FOOTBALL Nftlon-l Footbsill taMQut ATLANTA FALCONS-Wsivsd Corlen Freeman, Ikibacker. - CHICAGO BEARS-Stoned Ron Morris, wide receiver, to three-year contract HOUSTON OILERS-Agreed to terms with Leonard Harris, wide receiver, on two-year contract KANSAS CITY CW Era-Announced that Steve Petuer, quarterback, Ml carry. LOS ANGELES RAMS-Agreed to terms with Tom Newberry, offensive lineman. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Traded Dick Chapum, defensln tackle, to ths Houston 06-ers tor an undisclosed 1992 draft pick. Announced they have rescinded In negotiating rights to Reggie 8inteof1erws tsckls. Netionsl Hockey Leegue TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS-Sgned Wendel Ctark, left wing. Named Darryl SUer epedei sssistant to the president-general manager. Interrurllonal Hockey Leegue IHL-Announced AHanta has bean awarded a franchise for 1992-93 aeaaan. SAN DIEGO GULLS Named Wtlams E Cox presldenL Signed Dave Koroi, delense- men. OLYMPICS U.1 OLYMPIC FESTTVAL-Awiourioed th resionetkm ol Bl Toomey, rxesiaent-exeoxlve LOS ANGELES 6, REDS 4 CINCINNATI sbrhbl II Major leagues National League box scores PHILLIES 11, CUBS 1 CHICAGO PHILADELPHIA abrhbi abrhbi CWIker3b 4 0 0 0 Dytotrof 22 10 CLndm ef 4 0 11 JMrris cf 10 0 0 SWIson p 0 0 0 0 Reedy 2b 12 0 1 Grace lb 4 0 1 0 Searcy p 0 0 0 0 Sndbrg 2b 3 0 1 0 Chbei t 6110 Salezar 3b 1 0 1 0 Jordan 1b 4 3 2 1 QBe t 3 0 0 0 CHayea 3b 6 1 2 4 Walton cf lOOOLndmnrf 4121 OwSmtrf 3 0 1 0 Thonaa 5 0 3 2 Wuklns c 3000 Lake o S011 Vzcamo ss 3 110 Crap 3 10 0 DJcksnp 0 0 0 0 Bckmn2b 1 0 0 0 Dawson ph 10 0 0 Sloumbp 0 0 0 0 DacnroK 2 0 0 0 Totals 32 1 6 1 Totals 3611 1210 Chicago 001 000 000- 1 Philadelphia 203 410 01-11 E-CLandrum (2). LOB-Chicago 8, Philadelphia 9. 28-Salaar (9), CHayea (13), Undeman (4), Thon (10). SB-CLen-dram (14), Oykstra 2 (18), Reedy (1), Laddnaa 4 0 0 0 abrhbi Butler cf 5 0 10 Shrprtn3b 6 0 10 Webstr I 4 0 2 1 Wnghm d 3 0 0 0 Morris 1b 4 0 0 0 Pan Am Games Medals table Sabo3b Stwbryrf 4 2 3 0 4 2 3 4 4 0 10 2 0 10 (Through 40 of 61 met I Aug.1) ONeiB rt Doran 2b Braggs If MlnutlU p UMP Summernatlonals FINAL STANDINGS 1. Scott Btoomquist (Mooresburg, Tenn.), ' 804; 2. Kevin Weaver (Gibson City), 623; 3. Bob Pierce (Danville), 464; 4. Ron Johnson (Chattanooga, Term), 414; 5. Billy Mover (BatesvUI, Ark.), 409; 6. Eddie Pace (Oarlts-vie, Term.), 354; 7. (lie) Doug Wlggs (Amario, Texas) and Doug McCammon (Palestine), 322; 9. Slave Francis (Ashland, Ky), 268; 10. Freddy Smith (Baton Rouge, La.), 258. NASCAR Winston Cup Through Aug. 4 1. Dele Earnhardt, 2,635; 2 Ricky Rudd, 2475; 3. Davey Allison, 2,393; 4. Ernie even, 2,359; 5. Mark Martin, 2,330; 6. Ken Schrader, 2.279; 7. Dane Wattrip, 2,259; 6. Starling Martin, 2166 9. Harry Gent, 2131; 10. Rusty Wallace, 2,126. Money earned 1. Davey Allison, $943,500; 2 Dale Earnhardt $823,080; 3. Ernie kvan, $586,325; 4. Kan Schrader, $551,140; 5. Mark Martin, $488,085; 6. Ricky Rudd, $478,855; 7. Bit Blot, 443,905: 9. barrel Waltrtp, $386,428; 9. jWrGant, $380,015; 10. Sterling Marin, CART Through Aug. 4 1. Bobby Rabat 141; 2 Michael Andrew, 117; 3. Rick Mean, 112; 4. Ai Unser Jr., 108; 5. Arte Luyendyk, 95; 6. John Andrew, 86; 7. Emerson FmipakH, S3; 8 Mario Andrew, 76; 9. Eddie Chesver, 51; 10. Denny SuMvan, 48 Money Mnwd 1. Rick Meers, $1,802,428; 2 Michael Andrew, $1,145,997; 3. Bobby Rahel, $858,186; 4. Ana Luyendyk, $796,777; 6. AI Unser, Jr., (117-123 total mad sis) Q 8 B Tot 4 110 4 2 2 1 3 110 4 12 0 3 110 10 0 1 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 Umtad States GCnertb Scosdao LHrrla2b OfFrmn as Morgan p Crews p CGwynph JHwUp 37 43 32 112 et x ir inn MHIIIp OJnones ph 1 0 0 0 Cubs.. Canada. Mexico. 6 9 19 34 9 a 14 m Power p 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 Milwaukee Baltimore 211 010 001-6 000 101 020-4 Colombia a 2 10 8 20 CMrtnzph JReedo Brwnng p Leyanap 3 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 uiayes (3). s-unjecKaon. SF-Heedy. Hatchr) 2 0 0 0 Venezuela 1 8 9 16 Bra 6 1 7 13 Argentin 0 3 6 9 Jerrrtca 10 2 3 Niceregua-.-. 0 12 3 Trinidad 110 2 Chts 10 1 2 Domkiican Rep 0 0 2 2 Panama 0 10 1 Totals 34 811 S Totals 33 4 S 4 Loa Angeles Cincinnati 020 013 OOO-S OOO 020 002-4 IP H RER BB SO Chicago DnJckan L.1-3 3 5 5 4 4 1 Slccumb 3 4 5 4 3 2 Wilson 2 3 110 2 Philadelphia CoxW,4-4 7 6 1 1 3 1 Searcy 2 1 0 0 0 3 Uruguay.......... 0 10 1 A ft 1 1 Baseball Midwest Lagu Peoria at Burlington. tcuaoor..... Puerto PJco 0 0 1 1 E-Oflerman (2), Lartdn (12), Winning-ham (4). DP-Loe Angeles 3, Cincinnati 2. LOB-Los Angeles 6, Cincinnati 3. 2B-Strawberry (13), GCarter (11), Sabo (23). HR-O'NeW 2 (20). CS-Butler (20). 8 Morgan. SF Morgan. LOB-Milwaukee 4, Baltimore 6. 2B-Randolph (7), Surhofl (13), Devereaux (20), Horn (14). HR-Motttor (11), Hamilton (1), GVaughn (19), CAIpken (23), Horn (16), SB-Spiers (10). IP H RER BB SO Milwaukee WgmnW,74 7 9 4 4 1 3 Henry 1 0 0 0 0 0 Nunez 8,5 1 0 0 0 0 1 Baltimore MHcklL,74 7 8 6 6 0 3 Wlllmsn 1 0 0 0 0 1 Olson 1 11110 Wegman pitched to 2 batters In the 8th. WP-Wsgman. Umpires-Home, Reed; First, Brinkman; Second Cousins; Third, Roe. T-2:38. A-27,079. Surinam , 0 0 1 1 Results IP H RER BB SO Loa Angeles MorgnW.104 614 S 2 2 1 2 Crews 1 24 0 0 0 0 1 JHoweD 1 2 2 2 0 1 Cincinnati Brwnng L.114 5 7 3 3 0 3 Layana 0 12 2 10 Minuted 0 11110 MHIII 2 2 0 0 0 0 Power 2 0 0 0 0 1 4, BLUE JAYS 0 TORONTO TIGERS DETROIT abr PB-WUMna. Umpires-Home. Marsh; First, Wend-etstedt; Second, ReMord; Third, William. T-2:53. A-32,232. ' METS 4, PIRATES 3 PITTSBURGH NEW YORK abrhbi abrhbi Redustb 3 0 0 0 Clemen cf 4 1 1 0 JBeH sa 4 2 2 0 EMer ss 3 110 VnSrkcf 4 0 1 0 Jtferles 2b 4 0 2 1 Bonilla if 3 12 3 McRyld II 0 0 0 0 Bonds) 4 0 1 0 Jhnson3b 3 1 2 2 Wehner 3b 3 0 1 0 Mgdan 1b 4 0 11 Pttrsonp OOOOSasserrf 3010 McOid ph 1 0 0 0 KMIDer 2b 1 0 0 0 LVDere e 3 0 0 0 Boston II 4 0 0 0 Und2b 3 0 10 Ceronee 4 0 10 Orabekp 1 0 0 0 WHap 3 110 Kipper p 0 0 0 0 Franco p 0 0 0 0 Meson p 0 0 0 0 Merced rt 10 0 0 Totals 30 3 S 3 Totals 33 4 10 4 Pittsburgh 000 100 002-3 New York 201 000 10-4 E -Viola (4). DP-New York 2. LOB-Pittsburgh 3. New York 7. 2B-J8el (20), Johnson (22). HR-Bonilla (14). SB-Coleman (38). CS-Bonda (8). hb) abrhbi 2 0 White cf 6 0 10 1 0 RAlmr2b 7 0 3 0 0 0 Carter r( 7 0 10 0 0 Oferud lb (000 1 3 Grubr3b 6 0 2 0 1 0 Mnniks dh 4 0 1 0 3 1 Tablerdh 2 0 10 Mexico 7, Canada 5 tXmlrcan Repubtc 5, Mrgu2 United States 6, Antfles 4 Field Hockey Women ArcnlM 9, Barbados 0 Mexico 0, Jamaica 0 Canada 6, Trinidad 1 United States 4, Cub 0 Soocar Hall 10, Nicaragua 0 Cuba 0, Mexico 0 Teen Handball Brazf 17, Aroentlna 14 Cuba 25,Uratad States 16 Wtfttr Polo Brazl 36, Jamaica 1 Canada 16. Puerto PJco 9 United State 16, Mexico 5 Cub21,Argin7 Women's Softball RESULTS Antilles 6, Nicaragua 4 Canada 1, Bahamas 0 United States 6, Venezuela 0 U.S.UNESCORE Baseball 2:30 p.m.-New York Mets at Chicago Cubs, (9). 6:30 p.m. Chicago White Sox at Baltimore Orioles, (9). 6:30 p.m.-St Louis Cardinals at Pittsburgh Pirates, (ESPN, Bloomington-Normal Telecable Channel 37, WJBC, 1230-AM). 6:35 p.m. Houston Astros at Atlanta Braves, (TBS), 9:30 p.m. Los Angles Dodgers at San Francisco Giants, (ESPN). Golf 11:05 a.m. PGA Championship, second round, (TBS). Miscellaneous 7:00 p.m. Pan American Games: boxing, women's gymnastics, cycling, tennis, (TNT). NFL preseason Game today Atlanta at Houston, 7p.m. Metro Tournament AT NORMAL - MCCORMICK COURTS M0XD DOUBLES OPEN QUARTERFINALS 8 Marntna-Ron Fargan del Uz Strawn-John Brown, 74, 64 Tracy EdmundtJohn Morel del. Raki Nay-sirwadiOave Johnson, 64, 44, 64 Keesha4ji MltnyAmkava Mitre del. Mahal Verban-Eml Verban, 74, 6-4 Samantha Wulfers-Steve WuDers del. Cindy Cherlebois-vlc Connor, 64, 64 38 AND OVER SEMIFINALS Carol 8chtantz-Jlm Whitman del. Helen 8 1 8 1 2 0 3 0 1 1 7 0 6 1 6 0 6 0 4 0 3 0 2 0 Cuylercf Winker 2b Brgmn 1b Barnes 1b Sales 1b Fielder dh. Ttbeton c Frymn ss MOSES i Deerrf Lvnstn 3b Phillips 3b 0 0 Myers c 4 0 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 MWtsnpr LPGA Stratton Classic STRATTON MOUNTAIN, VL (AP) Scores yesterday after the M round of te LPGA's $450,000 Stratton Mountain Classic on ths par-3646-72, 6,219-yard Stratton Mountain Layana pitched to 2 batters In the 8th, Minutei pitched to 2 batters ki the 6th. WP-Mlnutei. PB-JReed. Umpires Home, Rapuano; First, Crawford; Second, Ripptey, Third, Hohn. T-2:40. A-37,581. GIANTS 8, BRAVES 1 SAN FRANCISCO ATLANTA abrhbi abrhbi lewis cf 4 3 2 1 Nhon if 3 110 McGee if 4 0 12 Trdwey 2b 4 0 0 0 Felder if 10 10 Pndltn 3b 4 0 2 0 WCIarktb 6 2 3 3 Gantcf 3 0 11 Michell If 3 0 0 0 Petty p 10 0 0 MaWIm 3b S 1 2 1 LoSmth If 4 0 0 0 RThmp 2b 2 1 1 0 Blauser as 4 0 2 0 10 10 0 0 Brderso 1 0 Duceylf 4 0 2 0 0 0 Snyder rf 2 0 0 0 MnLee ss 6 0 0 0 9 4 Totals 64 013 0 Total 60 4 country uuo course (eemateur): ....,..3345-68 Deb Richard RosK Jones 000 000 000 000 04-4 000 000 000 000 00-0 Detroit Toronto ...3346-68 3444-68 3445-89 .3544-69 Laura Baugh.... Nancy 8cranton United States Venezuela 102 030 0-6 8 0 000 000 0-0 0 4 DP-Toronto 1. LOB Detroit 14, To-. ratoraaey. FROM THE PITS s f fed Lonnie Franklin Bill McLaughlin promoters of one of the more popular tracks in Central Illinois. "It more or less started as a hobby nine years ago," said Franklin of the duo's involvement as promoters of the weekly stock car races. "Bill and I were n the fair board and they were needing someone to take the track over. "We'd both helped at the track and had been to a number of the tracks around the Midwest We knew most of the drivers, so we thought we'd help out That first night as promoters I don't know how we got the races off. We thought we knew everything and didn't really know anything about putting a race on." Both men cite age and health as reasons for giving up the reins to the track. McLaughlin will be 57 later this month and Franklin is 58. "It was fine when we were younger, but now it's getting to be more and more work," said McLaughlin, a self-employed contractor during the day. "It's time some of the younger members of the fair board have their turn." Rutland have 40-p'oint leads in the late model and hobby stock classes, respectively. Weather permitting, the final night of racing at Fanner City will be Aug. 16. Should that night be rained out, the final night will be Aug. 23 Officials at Fairbury American Legion Speedway have added 500 bleacher seats at the southwest corner of the track. Officials also have announced a special night of racing Aug. 17 when limited late models from Kankakee Speedway and hobby stocks from Farmer City will make up a fourth class of cars for that one night only. ' NASCAR star Dale Earnhardt will race at the Grundy County Speedway in Morris Tuesday as part of the 17th annual ARTGO Challenge Series. Earnhardt will; meet with fans at 6:30 p.m. for an; autograph session. Racing begins at 8 p.m. Compiled by Bryan BloodwortK SPEEDWAY REPORT '. ON CITYLINE '. Call 829-9000, enter 6233 : For national auto racing results ; nesday and 10 loads Thursday. We'll put down another 20 to 30 loads (including in the pit area and access roads to the track) Friday." The two, who have been cited in the past by the national United Midwest Promoter racing series as promoters of the year, estimate they average about four to five hours a day at the track. That time includes mowing the 39 acres of ground around the facility, plus any other repairs that are needed. "It's really been a fun nine years," added McLaughlin. "It's just time to let someone else have a shot at it The people we've met have made it worthwhile. Plus, the people who have worked for us through the years have made it easier. We couldn't have done it without them." Weaver takes second Gibson City's Kevin Weaver finished second to Scott Bloomquist in the UMP Summernationals 15-race series throughout the Midwest Weaver finished with 523 points to Bloomquist's 604. Bloomquist, who hails from Mooresburg, Tenn., competed in 13 of . the events and won three. Weaver competed in 10 events and won twice. There were 222 drivers competing in the series with nine drivers earning victories. Other winners, excluding Bloomquist and Weaver, were Billy Moyer, Bob Pierce and Kevin Claycomb (two victories apiece); and Jack Boggs, Rick Eggersdorf, Tom Rients and Doug McCammon (one apiece). Claycomb leads the UMP national point standings over Rients of Streator. See Scoreboard for standings. Drivers from five states are represented in the top 11 in the closet battle in point standings in UMP's history. Notable notes Tonight is the final night for drivers to earn points In the point standings at Farmer City. The closest battle is in the street stock class where Chatsworth's Loren Haberkorn holds a seven-point advantage over Darryl Ziegler of Bloomington. Weaver and John Clevenger of Farmer City duo ready to bring career to halt Lonnie Franklin has this fishing pole he'd like to exercise with more regularity. Bill McLaughlin would just like to be able to go home at night after a day's work. From April through August, that hasn't been the case the past nine years for the two Farmer City men. Instead, they've spent nearly all of their summer evenings and weekends getting the Farmer City Raceway ready for stock car action each Friday night All of that changes with the last race of the season Aug. 18, though. The two are stepping down as McLaughlin and Franklin receive some money for their duties as promoters, but it also takes a lot of volunteer hours on their part to keep the track in shape. "We'll grade the track up Saturday after the races on Friday, then aerate it Sunday and Monday," said Franklin, who works for GTE during the day. "We'll start watering the track Tuesday. We'll put six or seven loads (1,500 gallons per load) on the track Tuesday, then roll the track Wednesday. "We'll try to get eight or nine loads of water on the track Wed t t

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