The State from Columbia, South Carolina on August 18, 1989 · 32
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The State from Columbia, South Carolina · 32

Columbia, South Carolina
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Friday, August 18, 1989
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The State Columbia SC Friday August 18 1989 3-C Court says no to Rose By JOHN NOLAN Associated Prams CINCINNATI Pete Roee’i attempt to appeal the decision that moved his suit against Commissioner A Bartlett Giamatti into federal court was denied Thursday setting the stage for a hearing on his request for a preliminary injunction A three-judge panel of the 6th UB Circuit Court of Appeals unanimously rejected Rose’s petition to appeal US District Judge John D Holschuh’s ‘ July 31 ruling that kept Rose’s lawsuit in Holschuh’s court The circuit court said it found no reason to support the request filed by lawyers for the Cincinnati Reds manager “Nothing we could do at this time would materially advance the ultimate termination of this litigation” justices Ralph B Guy Alan E Norris and Danny J Boggs wrote in their four-page opinion Rose had filed suit in Hamilton ' County Common Pleas Court and Judge Norbert A Nadel on June 25 issued a temporary restraining order that prevented Giamatti for hearing charges that Rose gambled on his own team Giamatti’s lawyers transferred the case to federal court on July 3 and Holschuh rejected Rose’s attempt to return it to state court in his hometown Rose would be suspended for life from baseball if he is found to have bet on Reds’ games He says he is innocent “I’m grateful for the expeditious handling of the appeal by the sixth circuit” Giamatti said in a statement "end I look forward to the resolution of this matter in district court so that I may then have my hearing” Holschuh originally had scheduled to preliminary injunction hearing for Monday but postponed it saying he would await the appeals court’s ruling Holschuh also stopped Giamatti from holding a hearing on the gambling charges also pending the circuit court’s ruling Holschuh now will set a new date for the preliminary injunction hearing Rose wants to have Giamatti removed from the case claiming the commissioner has prejudged him The appellate judges said the appeal Rose sought was not appropriate because the court concluded that' Holschuh had properly applied settled legal principles about federal-state court jurisdiction in the case Mets’ Brady finishes By NEIL WHITE Sporti Wrtur The Columbia Mets’ erratic bullpen has left the door open many times this season for late-inning rallies by opposing teams That door isn’t open anymore It’s not even cracked The Mets finally have a closer in the form of righthander Mike Brady who came over from the Blue Jays in the Mookie Wilson trade Brady came on in the ninth to put the finishing touches on a 6-3 victory over Fayetteville by striking out the potential tying run Thursday night at Capital City Park The Mets 28-27 and winners of three straight moved to within two games of Charleston SC which was rained out in the South Atlantic League Southern Division Columbia scored three runs in the eighth on one hit three walks a sacrifice fly and a throwing error to complete the comeback John Wen rick 5-8 got the win with two Innings of scoreless relief but he got a quick hook after walking the first batter to lead off the Fayetteville ninth Brady who spent most of the season at Myrtle Beach got two ground ball outs before allowing a single to put runners on first and second He struck out Rich Rowland to end the game “After the base hit I didn’t want to walk a guy to put the go-ahead run at the plate” Brady said “So I was coming in to him and if he was going - to hit it then he was going to hit it I wasn’t going to fool around” The hard-throwing Brady a New York native recorded his 15th save and lowered his ERA to 085 The save was his third for the Mets and he has ‘ yet to allow a run in 9 innings Columbia manager Bill Stein admits Brady is a welcome sight “I didn't think Mike had his usual velocity on his fastball but he went in and got the job done” Stein said FAYETTEVILLE COLUMBIA abrhbi abrhbi Toney dh 4 111 LWalkr If 3 0 0 I Howard 3b 110 0 Mainva dh 3 0 1 0 Pesavnto ss 2 0 0 0 Hundlv c 4 10 0 Ralov lb 5 0 2 1 Olah lb 4 110 - Rowland c 4 0 0 0 Mrntla 3b 12 0 0 Martin rf 4 0 11 Youn rf 3 12 0 Erckion 3b 3 0 0 0 Saundrs 2b 2 1 0 1 Casino If 4 0 0 0 Acato ss 2 0 11 DWalkr cf 4 0 10 Baai ss 10 0 0 Cola 2b 2 110 May cf 3 0 10 Totals 33 1 4 3 Totals 27 4 4 1 FavattavHa Cstambta 200 100 100 -3 001 100 13X -4 E-Aceto Martin OP-Cohimbia 1 LOB-FavattavMa 10 Columbia 5 2 B-Young Cola 3B— May SB— Toney 3 (30) Young (IS) SF-Acato Saunders to 4 1 r er bb aa 2 2 3 0 110 3 2 3 0 0 0 r ar bb 3 3 5 0 0 2 0 0 0 DaSilva Rudolph Torre L9-10 Noillng Catombia Schourek Wanrlck W5-0 Brady S15 0 0 1 a 7 1 1 1 1 A 0 to 4 2 1 1 Wanrlck pitched to one batter In the 0th ’ WP-DaSllva Torre T— 2:44 A— 2051 iAHECOCKS Harold Green Victimized by flu GOLF SCOREBOARD TITLE CHASE SOUTH ATLANTIC LEAGUE Southern Division I Charleston haa IS gamaa remaining I Savannah haa IS games remaining I Columbia has 15 gamaa remaining “He makes a big difference There’s no question in our minds who we’re going to bring in now We have a lot of confidence in him Anytime we get in that situation he’s going to be out there” After watching a handful of pitchers never pin down the stopper’s role this season Stein is wistful about what might have been if Brady had worn a Mets uniform all season “In the first half It was almost like flipping a coin to see who was going in there” Stein said “I wish we had him in the first half because we probably would have won it” Columbia rallied from a 3-1 deficit with a run in the fourth that scored BEN SATCIIER MOTORS LEXINGTON 1989 F-150 4x4 PICKUP lUS'VJT) ONLY 1277600 HUNTING SEASON IS HERE Light Chestnut chestnut vinyl trim 6 cyl 4 speed manual transmission conv group aux fuel tank handling pkg headliner pkg awingout mirror AMFM stereo tachometer HD Battery eliding rear window argent style steel wheels chrome step bumper limited slip rear axle air conditioning lower bodyaide mldg 6-P235 BSW tires & much more Paladins’ DeBusk sustains shoulder injury 1 iirinan GREENVILLE Furman’s starting quarterback Frankie DeBusk sustained a shoulder injury during the Paladins’ first day of workouts in pads Despite the injury coach Jimmy Satterfield was upbeat in his assessment of the drills DeBusk sustained a bruised joint in his right shoulder during the morning session and missed the afternoon drills DeBusk is expected to miss a week of practice The Paladins will work twice today today and scrimmage Saturday at Paladin Stadium at 2 pm South Carolina South Carolina put on pads for the first time and coach Sparky Woods off comeback victory on a wild pitch by John DeSilva Ted Aceto's sacrifice fly in the seventh scored Derrick Young who had doubled to tie the game The game-winner scored on a wild pitch by Leo Torres 9-10 the third pitcher for the Generals 28-28 “Anytime you come back and win it’s a big plus” Stein said “We didn’t hit the ball well that inning but we put the ball in play and they made a few mistakes and we capitalized on those” Brady is glad to be pitching for a team that’s still got a chance to make the playoffs “I appreciate them giving me the opportunity to come out of tee pen” Brady said “I’m just happy and I want to show them I can do it” So far he's left little doubt he can doit Mets next game: Columbia plays Fayetteville in the fourth game of the five-game series at 7 tonight at Capital City Park Braves shade Wheelers SUMTER Glenn Gardner's ninth-inning sac 359-4114 PRACTICE BRIEFS was pleased with the day’s work “This group comes to work hard every day” Wood said A few Gamecocks including starting running back Harold Green and defensive end Corey Miller missed Thursday’s practice due to flu Linebacker Shannon Jones was at practice in street clothes and said he could return to the team as early as today Jones’ scholarship was not renewed after an incident in Five Points earlier this year Wofford SPARTANBURG The Terriers worked out in pads Scoring format baffles golfers By BOB GREEN Anodfd press CASTLE ROCK Colo Doug Tewell may have the inside track m solving the peculiar format that confused and mystified some of golf’s leading pros Thursday in the first round of the International tournament “You find yourself thinking ‘Now what is it I’m trying to do’?’’ veteran Hale Irwin said “I’ve never been in this situation before It’s a peculiar feeling” said Nick Price of Zimbabwe Craig Stadler may have put it in focus when he walked off the 18th green at the Castle Pines Golf Club and said: “I don’t know what I shot And I dent care” His attitude is understandable in an event where medal scores don’t count the lead through the first three days of play is completely meaningless and Tewell figured out a way he may be able to make a double bogey work to his advantage The tournament uses a modified Stableford scoring system in which a player’s medal score has no bearing Points are awarded for eagles (5) and birdies (2) and points are subtracted for bogeys (-1) and double bogeys and higher (-3) Only the player’s point total counts Previously the field was cut after each round and there was no carryover of point totals from one round to another This year however the 150-man rifice fly lifted the Sumter Braves to an 8-7 victory over the Charleston W Va Wheelers Thursday night at Riley Park Trailing 7-6 Robert Minaya led off the ninth with a single Paulo Reis sacrifice bunt was thrown away by pitcher Frank Campos putting runners on the corners Ramon Carra-ballo followed with a sacrifice fly to' chase Minaya home to tie the score at 7-7 Braves next game: Sumter and Charleston meet in the fourth game of the five-game series at 7 tonight in Riley Park BASEBALL CARD SAT AUGUST 19th Palmetto Sandwich Shop (Acrooo from tha YMCA) 1465 Sumter St Columbia SC On Table of 4501-Tobacco Card Admission 50 10 AM-4 PM FREE PARKING IN GARAGE 1-126 to Elmwood Ave 4th light turn right Zlsl BIRTHDAY SALE $10 BLAZER 12997 AC FRONT RALLY WHEELS GAGES TINT GLASS AM STEREO RADIO FOLDING REAR SEAT 28 LITER EFI V-6 ‘PLUS SC SALES TAX & LICENSE ENG 5 SPEED MAN TRANS WOD ‘INCLUDES GM REBATE OF 760 STK 10784T AC FRONT 34 GAL FUEL TANK FLEETSIDE BODY 57 LITER EFI V8 GM ENG 3 SPEED AUTO TRANS PAINTED REAR STEP BUMPER GAGES VOLTMETER OIL & TEMP LT 24575R-16E ALS SB RAD BW for the first time and coach Mike Ayers was pleased with the progress and the team’s attitude Ayers said he was pleased that there have been no serious injuries “except for the normal bumps and bruises which are expected” SC Sfafe ORANGEBURG South Carolina State coach Willie Jeffries was not satisfied with what he saw after the Bulldogs’ first day in pads Jeffries also reported that reserve defensive back Rodney Brown who has a hernia may have to undergo surgery and could be lost for the “I don’t know what I shot And I don’t care” — Craig Stadler field is scheduled to play two rounds with points carried over from Thursday to today before the 72 players with the highest point totals advance to Saturday’s play On Saturday they all start over from aero again and will be competing for 24 places in Sunday’s final round when the final field again will start from zero Since point totals will be scrubbed after today's round the daily lead in points has no meaning The players are attempting only to qualify for Saturday’s play And since they’ve never before had a two-day 36-hole qualifying situation no one had a clear picture of the point total necessary to make it “It could be zero” Tom Watson said “It could be anything from five to nine But off some of the early scores and what it's taken for one round before it ought to be around seven” “I don't know” Lee Trevino said “Plus three plus two plus one I don't know That’s what I’m looking at but I could be wrong” Wayne Westner of South Africa led the first-day point-getters with 16 Price Bill Britton Brad Fabel and Bob Gilder had 12 points Steve 1989 BRONCO II EDDIE BAUER 4x4 EDITION $161I71I00 TVvilight blue CC metallic sandlewood doth interior XLT trim privacy glassspeed control bit wheel p windows p locks electronic AMFM stereo cassette outside spare tire carrier rear window washerwiper defroster P205 OWL tires AC tachometer floor console limited slip rear axle manual locking hubs 29L V-6 engine auto OD transmission & much more BEN SATCHER MOTORS LEXINGTON '89 HD FLEETSIDE PICKUP 12997’ Clemson CLEMSON Clemson ended its first week of two-a-day drills and coach Danny Ford said he was generally pleased with the effort of his team But he said the Tigers still have work to do offensively and defensively “Our offense on first down looks like a good football team and defensively we were pretty good in third-and-long situations” he said "But we’re not a good third-down team offensively right now and defensively we’re going to have to be stronger against the run” Ford said he was pleased with the progress of the offensive line after losing three starters from last year’s team El king ton of Australia had 11 and Tewell and Corey Pavin 10 Trevino making his first start in this unusual event has a nine point total “I feel like I’ve got a three-stroke cushion” Trevino said “My chances look pretty good to be here on Saturday Watson has seven points and isn’t so comfortable “I’ve still got to play” he said And Tewell said his 10-point total may be too much “How are they going to pair us for Saturday? Will they pair by scores?” he asked “If they do and I get another eight or 10 points tomorrow I may have to start thinking about making a couple of double bogeys to get the total down and get an earlier starting time when the wind doesn’t blow so much and the greens aren’t spiked up” Tewell said Would he purposely make bogey or double bogey to arrive at a more advantageous starting time? He shrugged “For this much money (total purse of 1 million with $180000 to the winner) I might have to think about it” he said Jack Nicklaus was in a group at eight points and Greg Norman had five We've got what you're looking for in the classifieds § £ka(e 359-41 14 SUNSET BLVD (HWY 378) LEXINGTON 359-2504 1-800-245-CHEV (In 3C)

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