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From B2 Inamorl Classic POWAY, CaM. (AP) - Scores yetlerday after the llrst round of (fx $300,000 Red Robtn Kvocera Inamorl Claulo played on Iht e,042-yarde, par 35-30-71 Stonertdge Country Club: Lenore Rlttenhouae 32-34-68 Nancy Brown ,.......... 34-3367 Michelle MoQnn.... 33-35-66 Laurie Rlnfcer ... 36-3268 Mary Beth Zimmerman ......35-34-68 Vlekl Fergon ...... 34-35-68 Cindy Flgg-Currler 33-38-69 Heather Draw.......................... 33-36-69 Deposit Guaranty HATT1ESBUQ, Mlaa. (AP) - 8coraa yesterday In tha trst round of the $300,000 Deposit Guaranty OoM Clatale playad on tha 6,486-yarda, par 35-35-70 Haniesburg Country Club: Doug Weaver. ........... 32-32-64 David Canlpa ................................ 34-31-65 Carl Coopar ..... .. 3S-31 66 Tommy Moora 33-33-68 Dick Mast.... 32-34-68 Don Raasa 33-33-66 David Ogrm ..... 33-34-87 Gene Sauars 33-34-67 Bob Ettas .............................. 31-36-67 Mike Smith .......... 33-34-67 NBA Summaries AT CHICAGO ORLANDO (104)- Raynolds 2-3 2-4 6, Tumar 7-14 0-0 14, Graan 9-20 2-7 20, Sidles 6-13 44 19, Smrth 10-18 1-2 21, Andarson 6-8 3-7 IS, Acras 1-1 0-0 2, Thaus 1-5 0-0 2. Wllay 2-8 1-1 5. Totals 44-88 13-25 104. CHICAGO (111)- Pippsn 4-12 34 11, Grant 7-16 1-2 15, Cartwright 6-8 3-6 15, Paxson 2-8 0-0 4, Jordan 14-23 8-10 38, Davit 1-3 0-0 2, Armstrong 7-9 0-0 14, King 4-10 2-3 10, Pardua 0-1 0-2 0. Latt 0-2 0-0 0. Naaly 1-2 0-0 2. Totals 46-92 17-26 111. Orlando Chicago 27 30 20 27-104 30 26 27 26-111 3-Polnt goals-Orlendo 3-8 (Skilea 3-4, Smith 0-2, Thaus 0-2), Chicago 2-8 (Jordan 2-8, Davis 0-1, Naaly 0-1). Foultd out-Nona. Rebounds Orlando 48 (Tumar 10), Chicago 62 (Grant 11). Asaista-Onando 33 (Skllas 11), Chicago 32 (Armstrong 7). Total fouls-Orlando 18, Chicago 20. A-17,843. i AT ATLANTA, Oa. DETROIT (104)-Edwards 6-14 5-8 17, Rodman 2-3 4-4 8, Lalmbear 3-9 3-3 10, Johnson 9-14 2-2 20, Thomas 4-15 8-8 17, Agulrra 12-21 1-2 25, Salley 3-7 1-2 7, Handarson 0-1 0-0 0, Hastings 0-0 0-0 0. Totals 39-84 25-31 104. ATLANTA (99)-WllklnS 5-16 7-9 17, Willia 6-12 3-8 15, Malona 5-10 3-4 13, Rivers 5-9 0-0 11, Battla 8-8 2-2 14, Webb 5-12 1-2 12, Koncak 1-5 0-0 2, Smith 2-4 0-0 4, Levlngston 1-3 2-4 4, Volkov 34 1-2 7, Long 0-3 (H) 0. Totals 39-87 19-31 99. Datrolt 21 28 29 25-104 Atlanta 26 19 26 26- 99 3-Polnt goals-Detroit 1-6 (Lalmbear 1-2, Thomas 0-1, Agulrra 0-1, Henderson 0-1), Atlanta 2-8 (Webb 1-1, Rivers 1-3, Wllklns 6-1, Long 0-1). Fouled out-Willis, Koncak. Rebounds Detroit 65 (Lalmbear 11), Atlanta 56 (Willis 15). Assltts-DetoSt 24 (Thomas 7), Atlanta 18 (Battle 4). Total fouls-Detroit 26, Atlanta 26. Technicals Atlanta Illegal defense, Malona, Lalmbeer. A 16,195. High school boys AT NORMAL NORMAL COMMUNITY 7, CHAMPAIGN CENTRAL 2 SINGLES Roger Juers (N) del. Manlth Khar (C), 6-3, 6-3; Charlie Crawmer (C) del. John Un (N), 7-5, 7-5; Seth GlerU (C) del. Scott Hobson (N), 6-2, 7-5; Kouichi Terazano (N) det. Rich Kozoll (C), 8-1, 64; Jim Nishida (N) del. Mike Hammel (C), 64, 8-3; Brian ' Karr (N) def. Mike Runkle (C), 64, 4-6, 7-6. DOUBLES Juers-Un (N) def. Kher-Crawmer (C). 6-2. 7-5; Hobson-Terazano (N) det. Giertz-Kozoll ' (C), 7-6, 3-6, 7-6; Nlshida-Mike AusiN (N) def. Hammel-Runkle (C), 0-6, 7-6, 7-6. Records NCHS 1-0; Champaign Central 1-1. AT NORMAL URBANA 6, UNIVERSITY HIGH 3 SINGLES Eben Gillete (URB) def. John Malito (UH), 7-6, 2-8, 7-5; Mark Swanton (URB) def. Brian Truttmann (UH), 6-2, 7-5; Bill Hall ' (UH) def. Eric Schlorfl (URB), 6-3, 64; Phil Beth (URB) def. Tom Griffith (UH), 80, 6-0; Jon Cortelyou (URB) def. Adam Trudo (UH), 7-6, 6-1; Rich Alster (URB) def. Mike Abaca (UH), 4-6, 6-2, 7-5. DOUBLES Brian Simklns-Truttmann (UH) def. Beth-Swanson (URB), 64, 6-3; Andy Adams-Tad Lewla (UH) det. Schlorff-Alster (URB), 6-1, 7-5; James Barkley-Brian Hill (URB) def. Steve Scott-Andrew Stern (UH), 6-2, 6-1. Recorda - Urbane 1-0; U High 0-1. Sectional assignments INVOLVING AREA SCHOOLS At Bloomlngton Bloomington, Central Catholic, Metamora, Normal Community, University High, Pontiec, Washington. At Champaign Gardner, Gibson City, Bradley Bourbonnais, Champaign Centennial, Champaign Central, Kankakee McNamara, Kankakee, Rantoul, Urbana. At Ottawa-Streator, Coal City, LaSalle-Peru, Morria, Ottawa Marquette, Ottawa, Peru St. Bede, Yorkville. At Pekln Deer Creek-Mackinaw, Morton, Galesbura, Jacksonville, Macomb, Pekln, Oulncy, Ouincy Notre Dame. At Peorla-East Peoria, Illinois Valley Central, Dunlap, Peoria Manual, Peoria Notre Dame, Peoria Central, Peoria Rich-woods, Peoria Woodruff. At Sprlngflald-Uncoln, Chatham Glen-wood, Springfield Lanphler, Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin, Springfield Southeast, Springfield, Springfield Ursuline. BHS schedule, roster SCHEDULE Saturday Bloomlngton PurpleGold Invitational . April 13 - At Naperville Central, 10 am. April 14 At Barringlon Invitational April 17 Normal Community, 4 p.m. April 20 At Deerfield. 3:30 p.m. -April 21 At Homewood-Fbssmoor Invitational April 24 Champaign Central, 4 p.m. April 27-28 - At Hersey Invitational May 4-5 Eugene Hill Invitational May 8 At Peoria Richwoods, 4 p.m. May 12 Big 12 Conference Tournament May 18-19 - Sectional at BHS May 24-26 State at Arlington Heights ROSTER Senlora Cedric Williams. Juniors-Ken Nichols, Dlleel Saksena, Mike Williame. Sophomores Dennis Alexander, Dan Becicka, Jarrod Brown, Bryan Edmunds', Brad Hawthorne, Eric McMurray, Scott Natzlger, Brad Rozborll, Jeremy Stump, Maullk Suthar, Jamie Moore. Freshmen John Barrlentes, James Brown, Chris Jennings, Doug Secord. Central Catholic schedule, roster SCHEDULE Monday At University High, 4 p.m. April 14 At Pekin Invitational, 8 a.m. April 18 - At University High, 4 p.m. AprH 17 - At Pontlac, 4:15 p.m. April 21 - At University High Invitational, 9 a.m. April 24 - Peoria Woodruff, 3;30 p.m. April 28 Peoria Invitational at Morton, 8 a.m. May 1 At Lincoln, 4 p.m. May 5 - Peru 8L Bede, 10:30 am. r Bloomlngton Coin and Dascball Card Show Saturday, April 7, 8:30-4:30 ISU Bone Student Center FREE ADMISSION Sponsored by: Cornbelt Coin Club May I - Ponrfao, 4:16 p.m. May 10 - At Peoria Central. 4 p.m. May 12 - Com Ban Conference Tournament at U High May 19 Sectional Tournament ROSTER Juniors Rob Zanonl, Slave Dunn, Kenny Rhodes. Sophomoree- John Burna, Mike Dunn', Bob Rave, Tim Miller, Ryan Pann. - Indicates returning lettermen. College men AT BLOOMINGTON ILLINOIS YVESLEVAN 6, KNOX 3 SINGLES Rlchrath (K) def. Bruce Sommer (IWU), 6-2, 6-1; Aden Bowyer (IWU) def. Stkika (K), 6-2, 84; Matvar (K) def. Khangahaln Wong (IWU), 7-6, 64; Matt Fafzlger (IWU) del. Doacotch (K), 6-0. 64; Blaiaae Jareckl Pdef. Mann (K), 6-3, 7-5; Scott Patton def. Benck (K), 8-0, 6-1. DOUBLES Richrath-Mafvar (K) del. Sommer-Bowyer (IWU), 6-2, 3-6, 7-6; Natzlger-Jareckl (IWU) def. Stluka-Doaootch (K), 6-7, 64, 74; Pat-ton-Dave Marquardt (IWU) def. Mann-Jepaan (K), 6-2, 64. Record - IWU 2-0. Area results BOYS TRACK University High 113, Montlcello 76, Olympia 61 Vi, Clinton 48Vk, Delavan 16 Peoria Central 77, Normal Community 67 Bloomlngton 83 Vt, Pontiec 65 Vt, LaSalla-Peru 37 Paxton 68, Hoopeaton-East Lynn 67, Iroquois West 25 Mint Central 99, Havana 25, Springfield Lutheran 4 Lincoln 91, Springfield Sacred Heart-Griffin 54 LeRoy 83, Gibson City 52 Morton 130, Washington 13 Gaorgetown-Rldge Farm 87', Mahomet-Seymour 78V, Argenta-Oreana 8 Flanagan 69, Lexington 61 Sandwich B9Vi, Coal City 98', Manteno 87, Woodland 8 GIRLS TRACK Gibson City 70V, LeRoy S7V Hoopeston-East Lynn 90', Paxton 69, Iroquois Wast 3Vi Lexington 82, Flanagan 19 lllini Central 129, Tremont 54, Havana 27, Springfield Lutheran 13 BASEBALL Normal Community 10, Stephen Decatur 3 Bloomington 6, Lincoln 7, 8 Innings Spnngfield Southeast 12, Olympia 10 Wenona-Lostant 17, Minonk-Dana-Rutland 9 Mahomet-Seymour 5, Westville 3 Roanoke-Benson 15, Chenoa 5, 6 Innings Eureka 12, Tremont 1, 5 Innings SOFTBALL Normal Community 13, Stephen Decatur 0, 6 Innings Bloomington 12, Lincoln 8 . Montlcello 9, Clinton 4 Woodland 16, Marseilles 0, 6 Innings Prairie Central 16. Tri-Valley 0, 5 innings Mlnonk-Dana-Rutland 11, Wenona-Lostant 10 Blue Ridge 27, Lexington 17, S Innings MeMn-Sibley 23-16, Wapella 6-3. both 6 Innings Morris 10, Pontlac 6 Deer Creek-Mackinaw 6, Olympia 5 Maroa-Forsyth 6. Decatur St. Teresa 5 BOYS TENNIS Normal Community 7, Champaign Central Urbana 6, University High 3 College Illinois State awards LETTERWINNERS SENIORS Merk Alarm, 142 pounds: Mark Gardner, 158; John Kane, 167; Mark Mammen, 177. JUNIORS-Greg Gardner, 190; Mickey Marcheae, 134; Sean Poaton, 150; Jason Storner, 118. SOPHOMORES-Joa Berardl, heavyweight; Bob Jones, heavyweight FRESHMEN Joe Abegg, 142; 8am Galvan, 134; Andy Gardner, 118; Pete Maggio, 158; Charles Wagner, 126. SPECIAL AWARDS Moet valuable Mammen. Moat improved Mammen. Moat courageous Kane. Moat pine Greg Gardner. Moet team points Greg Gardner. 1990-91 team captain-Greg Gardner. V NHL Playoff glance RESULTS Hartford 4, Boston 3, Hartford leads series 1-0 . Buffalo 4, Montreal 1, Buffalo leads series 1-0 New York Rangers 2, New York Islanders 1, Rangers lead series 1-0 Washington 5, New Jersey 4, OT, Washington leads series 1-0 GAMES TODAY Minnesota at Chicago, 7:35 p.m. Toronto at St Louis, 7:35 p.m. Los Angeles at Calgary, 8:35 p.m, Winnipeg at Edmonton, 8:35 p.m. GAMES TOMORROW Hartford at Boston, 6:05 p.m. Montreal at Buffalo, 6:35 p.m. Washington at New Jersey, 6:45 p.m. New York Islanders at New York Rangers, 7:35 p.m. BASEBALL American League BOSTON RED SOX-Sent Daryt Irvine, pitcher, and Jim Pankovits, infielder, to Pawtucket of the International League. DETROIT TIGERS-Optioned Scott Lusader, outfielder, and Brian DuBois, Kcher, to Toledo of the International ague. Sent Jim Undeman, Infielder, and Phil Ouellette, catcher, to their minor-league camp for reassignment. NEW YORK YANKEES Optioned Brian Dorsett, catcher, to Columbus of the International League. Sent Van Snider, outfielder, outright to Columbus. SEATTLE MARINERS Claimed Brent Knackert. pitcher, on waivers from the New York Mets. National League ATLANTA BRAVES-Releesed Darren Evans, first baseman, and Rick Leach, outfielder. Optioned Francisco Cabrera, first baseman, to Richmond of the International League. Sent John Mlzerock, catcher, to their minor-league camp for reassignment BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CHARLOTTE HORNETS-Signed Gene Littles, head coach, to a multlyear contract. FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS-Named Glenn Daad-mond defensive assistant coach. Signed Michael Adams, comerback; Lew Barnes, kick returner; Corney Southall, Devon Mitchell, Lonnie Finch and Tom Gerhart, safeties; Jeff Hunter, defensive tackle; Todd Nelson, offensive tackle; Deval Glover, wide receiver; Matt Jaworskl and Wea Pritchett, linebackers; Derrell Marshall, offensive guard; and Tim Smiley, defensive back. COLLEGE GRAND CANYON Fired Bill Westphal, men's head basketball coach. JAMES MADISON-Extended the contract of Joe Purzycki, head football coach. LAMAR-Named Mike Newell head basketball coach. LOCK HAVEN Named Cart Poff head wrestling coach. NEW MEXICO-Namad Jell ReinbokJ outside linebackers coach. NIAGARA Announced the resignation of Nancy Ricck), women's basketball coach, and Al Perry, men's assistant basketball coach. - Normal nfesr Cunningham ready for Chiefs Cubs' top pick showing patience By JIM BENSON Pantagraph staff PEORIA - Earl Cunningham is becoming a pro at signing autographs. That comes with being a No. 1 draft choice. Cunningham believes he can also deal with his weight, which has gone as high as 250 pounds. Now for the hard part laying off that outside curveball. Cunningham is trying to get a handle on that as well. "Sometimes I try too hard in a game and have to tell myself to take it easy," said Cunningham between autographs last night at Meet the Peoria Chiefs Night at the Continental Regency. "I have to take it one step at a time and do the best I can." Give him time. After all, the Chicago Cubs' top pick in last year's draft is still only 19 years old. Cunningham might be a rock solid 6-foot-2 and 233 pounds. In Metamora names Ryan head football coach By RANDY SHARER Pantagraph staff Former Metamora High School football captain Pat Ryan was named the head football coach at his alma mater in a unanimous vote by the Metamora board of education last night He replaces Rich Koehler, who stepped, down after posting a seven-year record of 34-31 to accept the football coaching job at LaSalle-Peru. When asked how he felt about landing the job, Ryan said, "Fantastic. It's a great opportunity." Ryan served as the head sophomore football coach and varsity offensive coordinator at . Metamora the past two seasons. Ryan began his high school coaching career at Carbondale in 1987 as an assistant to former Metamora coach John Helmick. He coached the defensive backs and offensive linemen at Carbondale. "He played football under John Helmick and John was good organizer, who led Metamora to a state championship and two second- Gilbert triumphs in tennis classic ORLANDO, Fla. (AP) - Top-seeded Brad Gilbert advanced to the quarterfinals of the Prudential-Bache Securities Classic yesterday while No. 2 Aaron Krickstein withdrew after suffering a torn right hamstring. Gilbert, one of three seeded players remaining in the quarterfinals, beat Jimmy Brown 6-2, 6-1. "I was striking the ball a lot better tonight," said Gilbert, who will Pasqua, Kittle power White Sox over By Associated Press Dan Pasqua hit a three-run homer and Ron Kittle followed with another shot off Toronto starter Todd Stottlemyre in the fifth inning, powering the Chicago White Sox to a 5-4 win over the Blue Jays yesterday in exhibition baseball at Dunedin, Fla. Lance Johnson had an RBI-single off Jim Acker in the sixth, driving Ron Karkovice home with the winning run. Karkovice reached base on an error by shortstop Tony, Fernandez and stole second. John Olerud's RBI-single gave Toronto a 1-0 lead and Stottlemyre, Toronto's opening day pitcher, held the Sox scoreless on two hits until the fifth. Toronto tied it 4-4 in the bottom of the fifth on singles by Fern-. v4 Located 9 miles south of 'I Wf Decatur on Rt. 51 In Macon , V IQr Track Phone (217) 764-3770 cjl Stock Car Racing at its Best! 9 OPENING NIGHT 5 M Sea SATURDAY, APRIL 7 ? J Featuring: UMP Late Models, IMCA Modifleds, V 5 Sportsmen, Bombers . y. . ! Gates Open 5:00 P.M. Qualifying 7:00 p.m. s section01 , i K , r available "S- J Racing 8:00 p.m. TlrffvVUW'SfNN ' RACING EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT ' edition the baseball world, though, he is still a baby. The Lancaster, S.C., product will be In left field tonight The Chiefs open their Class A Midwest League season with a 7 o'clock game against Springfield at Meinen Field. After a fast start with the Cubs' rookie league team at Wythevllle (Va.) last year, Cunningham hurt his back. He played through it and finished with a .258 average, seven home runs and 38 runs batted in. However, he also struck out 40 times in 182 at-bats! "He has great ability," said Peoria pitching coach Lester Strode, who was with Wytheville last year. "To me, if Earl is disciplined, you're going to see one guy with rare form." Cunningham has never been to Wrigley Field. In fact, he had never been to Illinois before he arrived Wednesday from the Cubs' training camp in Mesa, Ariz. "Earl is a raw talent," said first-year Chiefs manager Greg Mahl-berg. "He can run, throw and hit with power. He has to refine his skills. But natural ability can take place finishers after that," Toepke said. Ryan was a volunteer assistant at Southeast Missouri State, from where he graduated in 1986. He coached tight ends and linemen at Southeast Missouri and handled the team's off-season conditioning. Ryan, who inherits a program which graduates 12 lettermen off a 5-4 team', said he doesn't plan any whosesale changes. "We are just going to keep working hard," Ryan said. "Rich and I did a lot together. We want to make ourselves a more total offense. We felt good about our option game, but we have not been able to win big games to go where we want to which is the playoffs." Ryan was an Honorable Mention All-State quarterback for the Red-birds in 1980 when he guided Metamora to an 8-2 record. He also captained the 10-1 squad of 1979. Ryan was a football letterman at Eureka College in 1982-83. Koehler's seven-year reign at Metamora included five winning seasons and Class 4A playoff appearances in 1984 and 1988. meet Joey Rive, a 3-6, 7-5, 6-4 winner over Miguel Nido of Puerto Rico, in today's quarterfinals. "I just seem to match up well against Jimmy. I feel pretty good about the way I'm playing." Also today, No. 4 Scott Davis will meet Malivai Washington, while No. 3 Christo van Rensburg will take on Jason Stoltenberg of Australia. Krickstein's injury put Alex Hombrecher, a Stanford University freshman ranked on the lowest rung of the computer at No. 1,095, into his first professional quarterfinal. Batting title may be In Grace's future; Deion Sanders makes Yankees. Page B6 andez, Mookie Wilson, George Bell, Olerud and an error by first baseman Greg Walker. Toronto had 13 hits, nine of them off starter Eric King. Wilson, Bell and Olerud had three hits apiece. Cardinals 8, Tigers 4 Todd Zeile's two-run homer anchored a five-run first inning and St Louis beat Detroit at Lakeland, Fla., for its third win of the spring. Bryn Smith (1-1) allowed four runs on seven hits in four innings for the win. The Cardinals batted around, scoring five runs off Kevin Ritz (0- t. :;J Greg Earl Mahlberg Cunningham you a long way." The soft-spoken Cunningham probably could run through outfield walls like another Earl former running back Earl Campbell. But Cunningham is willing to be patient about reaching the Cubs. "Sometimes I think I know why they drafted me high and sometimes I think why did they pick me," he said. "I'm going to take it one step at a time." Publication names Kuehl Division III Ail-American Illinois Wesleyan University senior Jeff Kuehl has been named to the first team of the NCAA Division III All-America squad selected by Don Hansen's Basketball Gazette. Kuehl, a 6-foot-7 forward from Yorkville, was earlier named to ea2 j. Jeff Kuehl the second team of both the Division III All-America squads chosen by the National Association of Basketball Coaches and by Chuck Mist-ovich of Basketball Times magazine. Musburger at two CBS NEW YORK (AP) - Former CBS sportscaster Brent Musburger said last night that his recent contract negotiations with the network were "a sham" and accused two CBS executives of conducting a "vendetta" to get rid of him. Musburger, in his first interview since being dumped by the network on Sunday, told ABC's "PrimeTime Live" that president Neal Pilson and executive producer Ted Shaker of CBS Sports "conspired to get me out of CBS." "In my opinion, it was not a 1) in the first inning. Terry Pendleton drove in one run with a bases-loaded grounder, Denny Walling doubled two more home and Zeiler hit his second homer with Walling on board. Lloyd Moseby hit his first homer with Cecil Fielder on board in the second for Detroit (5-6-2). Moseby and Larry Sheets had RBI-singles in the Detroit third as the Tigers closed the gap to 5-4. St Louis (3-7-1) got an unearned run off Ritz in the fourth and two more unearned runs off Dan Petry in the seventh. Indians 8, Cubs 7 Joel Skinner's double scored Carlos Baerga with the winning SAVE $700 OFF FACTORY RETAIL NOW!! $1099 $1049 00 8'PKT. 00 7'PKT. GENUINE SLATE BED TABLES ON SALE FROM SAVE '1000 OFF FACTORY RETAIL NOW '1779 00 8' PKT. INSTALLED EQUIPPED 90 DAYS r SAME AS fc CASH r LAY-AWAY VISA, MC DISCOVER FINANCING !Lsar- ' ' sler2 P0CKETS CHOICE OF (fl THE wSILHOUETTEl THE PANTAGRAPH, Friday! April 6, 1990 B3- 'V2 Another top prospect Baseball America lists Cunning-j ham as the Cubs' fourth best pros-1 pect, behind pitcher Mike Harkey, ! catcher Rick Wilkins and third ! baseman Ty Griffin. ' Chiefs shortstop Pedro Caste-; llano is the No. 6 prospect The 20- year-old Venezuelan bit .311 with 9 ! homers and 42 RBI at Wytheville J last year. Robinson to Class AA ; Illinois Wesleyan University ; graduate Brett Robinson has made the Jump to Class AA ! The right-hander has pitched the ' last two seasons for the Chiefs, go-! ing 15-9 with a 2.79 earned run J average a year ago. He will start this season with the Charlotte ! Knights in the Southern League. ; "He had a tender shoulder, but j he should be OK now," said Strode, i who worked with Robinson in last J fall's Instructional League. "He j was left behind a couple days in Arizona to get some innings in. I "Brett has everything you need to get to the big leagues. His char- ! acter is great, his work habits are J outstanding and he knows how to pitch. All he needs is experience." ) Kuehl missed three games . . with a broken left wrist and -.. four more with a broken right -hand, but still led the Titans by scoring 20.8 points and 's. grabbing 7.8 rebounds per game. He was named to the first team of the College Con-Terence of Illinois and Wis-consin all-star squad and was also chosen as IWU's most valuable player. ! Hansen, from Brookfield, for . three years has , published a ' . weekly Football Gazette that - has become an important source for current information , on college football below Division I-A He began the weekly . Basketball Gazette in January. ' Receiving Honorable Men-, tion was Brett Crist of De- Pauw, the team which elimi- ' nated IWU in the Division III quarterfinals. lashes out executives network decision," Musburger said in an interview with Sam Donaldson. "It was a personal vendetta on the part of two people." l CBS decided not to renew Mu-" sburger's 5-year, $2 million-a-year contract when it expires In July. Musburger said CBS officials have tried to destroy his reputation since making the announcement "This is not the saga of a whiny, wimpering, ex-sportscaster who lost his cushy job and limousines and American Express card," he . said. Blue Jays run in the bottom of the ninth inning as Cleveland beat the Cubs at Tucson, Ariz. Trailing 7-6 entering the bottom of the ninth, the Indians tied it when Candy Maldonado, who had three of Cleveland's 15 hits, led off with a single and went to second on a sacrifice bunt by Chris James. Baerga singled home Maldonado to make it 7-7. Baerga then scored when Skin-, ner slammed a double off the left field wall off loser Jose Nunez. ' " Steve Olin, who pitched the ninth inning for Cleveland, got the win. . Chicago used a five-run third inning to take a 6-2 lead. 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