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D-5 JtotsburoJ) Po5t-6azcltc SPORTS CALENDAR MORNING BRIEFING Becker, Sabatini out of Australian igLlllBLSo) Wed. Thu. Fn. Sat. Jan. 18 Jan. 19 Jan. 20 Jan. 21 Sun Mon Tue Jan. 22 Jan 23 Jan. 24 FOR UPDATED LOCAL SPORTS SCORES, CALL PG LINK AT 261 -1 234, THEN PRESS 3 1 00 PITTSBURGH POST-GAZETTE B WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 18, 1W5 'rpa Florida PenfluV A P'ranhais Ctogo itaftrt QUO 805pm, 7:05p.m. 7:05p.m. 12) Villanova Si Jotins fJfiSw 'Pffl 2 30 pm. AfO Rutgers ,.,GW UMisj Pgfe 7 30pm im PennJJk Indiana NorttMnsttrn State Bpjn. 6 p.m. - IHimhJ 7:30 p.m West Vr Marshall Rutgers s' Virginia y 8 p.m. noon 735pm UiX 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. 6:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. Meadows0 Mountaift$ 1pjn. 1p.m. 1pjn. 1p.m. Park Wheeling"? ind 7:30 p.m. 7:30 p.m. rod 1 pjn. 7:30 p.m. Downs 7:30 p.m 7:30 p.m. TRANSACTIONS Tuesday's moves in sport9 BASKETBALL Utah Jazi - Signed center James Donaldson to a 1 0-day contract. FOOTBALL Jacksonville Jaguar - Named LuclogsSelmon outside linebackers coach. Los Angeles Rams - Announced they have reached an agreement to move the franchise to St. Louis, pend ing NFL approval and named Stan Kroenke as a minority owner. .. j New York Jets - Retained running backs coach Johnny Roland. " COLLEGE McNease State - Named Leonard Fawcett track and field coach. Vanderbllt - Named Ron Aikmen assistant football coach. RACING HOCKEY From wire dispatches Pete Sampras avoided the pitfalls that snared other big names and breezed into the third round of the Australian Open in Melbourne today. As the sun broke through early afternoon clouds, Sampras raced through a 6-2, 6-0, 6-1 victory over young Slova-kian qualifier Jan Kroslak in 76 minutes. It came a day after former champion Boris Becker was upset. The No. 3 seed lost to Patrick McEnroe, 6-3, 6-4, 7-6 (7-4), in the first round. It was McEnroe's biggest win over a seeded player in a Grand Slam event. Women's No. 5 Gabriela Sabatini also lost yesterday 6-4, 6-4 to American Marianne Werdel Witmeyer. Sabatini hurt her back and lay face down on courtside while a trainer massaged her for several minutes during an injury timeout midway through the second set. Other seeds moved on. Men's No. 7 Michael Stich beat Alex O'Brien, 6-0, 6-3, 6-4, and No. 9 Jim Courier, a two-time champion, defeated Cristiano Caratti, 6-2, 6-2, 6-1. Women's No. 2 Conchita Martinez defeated Veron-ika Martinek, 6-1, 6-3; No. 3 Jana Novotna downed Patricia Hy-Boulias, 6-2, 3-6, 6-0; No. 6 Lindsay Davenport beat Wiltrud Probst, 6-2, 6-2; and No. 7 Ki-miko Date took Elena Likhovtseva, 6-2, 6-2. Martina Hingis, the 14-year-old Swiss playing her first Grand Slam tournament, lost in the second round to Kyoko Nagatsuka, 6-3, 6-4. Naoko Sawamatsu won her first-round match today, then wept for her best friend believed to be a victim of the devastating earthquake in Japan. Baseball Dave Kingman and Rod Carew were the biggest winners in the second award of collusion damages, which totaled $9,708,756. Kingman was awarded $829,850 by arbitrator Thomas Roberts for 1987 and Carew was awarded $782,036 for 1986, according to the Jan. 10 decision by Roberts, which was obtained yesterday by The Associated Press. These decisions were for lost jobs in 1986 and 1987, loss of mobility in both years and other damages for 1987, which include emotional distress and licensing money. Union head Donald Fehr has accused acting commissioner Bud Selig of lying to Congress about baseball's broken-off bargaining. "I have been advised that in your lobbying efforts on and off of Capitol Hill, you and other owners have been telling people, particularly members of Congress, that the players association is refusing to return to the bargaining table in an attempt to negotiate a resolution of our dispute," Fehr wrote Selig in a letter made public. "As you well know, that is false. The owners walked out, not the players." Pitcher Oil Can Boyd identified himself as the first prominent replacement player. The 35-year-old righthander agreed to a contract with the Chicago White Sox. Colleges Connecticut replaced season-long leader Tennessee atop the AP women's basketball poll a day after beating the Lady Vols, 77-66. Tennessee is second, Penn State 10th. Drastic cuts in scholarships and recruiting visits have inflicted excessive damage to Mississippi's football program, the school says in its appeal of NCAA penalties. The school is seeking relief from having scholarships cut in half and is fighting an NCAA charge that improper offers were made to a former recruit. Virginia will play Michigan in the preseason Pigskin Classic at Michigan Stadium on Aug. 26. Hockey West View native Bob Beers, a New York Islanders defenseman, will be out at least two months with broken bones in his face and an eye injury. Beers, 27, was struck by a puck during practice Monday night. Yachting Pact 95's Young America defeated the all-women America3 by 3 minutes, 32 seconds on the defender course in the America's Cup trials in San Diego. Young America earned its second victory in as many races over the women. Steven Cotton, a crewman for Tag Heuer, lost two fingers during the final leg when his left hand was caught between a rope and winch. He was taken by speedboat to a hospital, but doctors still don't know if the severed index and middle fingers can be reattached. Compiled by Rick Shrum TENNIS WEDNESDAY'S RESULTS (SEEDINGS IN PARENTHESES) Australian Open At Melbourne, Australia MEN'S SINGLES Second round Pete Sampras (1), Tampa, Fla., del Jan Kroslak, Slovakia, 6-2. 6-0, 6-1. Stefano Pescosolido, Italy, def. Michael Tebbutt, Australia. 6-3, 6-4. 6-2. Michael Stich (7), Germany, del. Alex O'Brien, Amarillo, Texas. 6-0, 6 3. 6-4. Magnus Larsson (16), Sweden, del. Nicolas Pereira. Venezuela, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4, 6-3. Lars Jonsson, Sweden, del. Richard Fromberg. Australia, 7-5, 7-6 (7-4), 3-6, 6-2. WOMEN'S SINGLES First round Elena Makarova, Russia, del. Tatiana Ignatieva, Belarus, 60, 6-1. Linda Harvey-Wild. Hawthorn Woods, III., del. Pam Shriver, Baltimore, 6-3, 6-0. Second round Brenda Schultz (12), Netherlands, del. Betlma Fulco-Villella. Argentina. 6-1 . 6-4. Anke Huber (10), Germany, del. Slob-han Drake Brockman, Australia, 6-1,6-0. Sandnne Testud, France, del. Miriam Oremans, Netherlands, 6-4, 7-6 (7-3). Dally Randnantefy, Madagascar, del. Patricia Tarabini, Argentina, 6 2. 60 Amy Frazier (14), Rochester Hills. Mich., del Sandra Cacic. Bradenton, Fla., 6-3. 5-7,6-4. Yayuk Basuki, Indonesia, del. Nicole Bradtke, Australia, 7-5. 6-4. Kristie Boogert, Netherlands, def. Manon Bollegraf, Netherlands, 6-3, 6-0. Irina Spirlea, Romania, def. Eugenia Maniokova, Russia, 6-0, 6-2. Anna Smashnova. Israel, del. Sarah Pitkowskl, France, 7-5, 7-5. Conchita Martinez (2), Spain, del. Ver-onika Martinek, Germany, 6-1, 6-3 PRO BASKETBALL CBA STANDINGS American Conference EASTERN DIVISION W L Pis Fort Wayne 14 12 92 0 Harrisburg 12 14 85 5 Piranhas 10 15 B5.0 Hartford 9 19 76.0 MIDWESTERN DIVISION W L Pts Quad City 18 8 109 5 Chicago 16 13 109 5 Grand Rapids 15 13 102 5 Rocklord 11 16 87.5 National Conference WESTERN DIVISION W L Pts Sioux Falls 18 8 116.5 Tn-City 16 11 1125 Rapid City 15 13 101 5 Yakima 14 10 98.5 SOUTHERN DIVISION W L Pts OklahomaCity 17 10 1025 Omaha ...13 14 860 Mexico 9 18 73.5 Shreveport 8 21 67.5 Note: Three points awarded tor a victory, one tor each quarter won during a game and one-half point lor each quarter tied. TUESDAY'S RESULTS Hartford 110 Chicago 101 (5V&.1V4) Grand Rapids 116 Fort Wayne 98 (6, 1 ) Yakima 120 Shreveport 1 1 1 (6,1) WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Piranhas at Quad City. Rocklord at Harrisburg. Hartford at Chicago. 1 Yakima at Oklahoma City. Fort Wayne at Rapid City. Sioux Falls at Tn-City. THE LATEST LINE PRO FOOTBALL (NFL) Jan. 29 SUPER BOWL XXIX (At Miami) Favorite Pts Underdog San Francisco 19 San Diego PRO BASKETBALL (NBA) Tonight Favorite Pts Underdog CHARLOTTE 3V4 San Antonio Utah 7 DETROIT INDIANA 6 L A Lakers MIAMI 5 Boston ATLANTA 8 Philadelphia Orlando 7 DALLAS CHICAGO ., 6Vfe Milwaukee Cleveland 9 .... LA CLIPPERS COLLEGE BASKETBALL Tonight Favorite Pts Underdog VILLANOVA 13 Pitt PENN STATE .... 1 Indiana SOUTH FLORIDA 11 .. Ala-Birmingham Ohio U 7 TOLEDO Ball St 7 . CENTRAL MICH Miami-Ohio 3 WESTERN MICH EAST CAROLINA 6 Richmond DUKE 10 N.C. St CLEMSON Pick Florida St Florida 8V S CAROLINA JAMESMADISON 3V4 Va-Common Old Dominion 8 AMERICAN GEORGE MASON 1V .... William & Mary AKRON 4 Kent x-Kentucky 15 Mississippi MINNESOTA 18 Ohio St PROVIDENCE 11 Miami-Florida MICHIGAN ST 24 Northwestern BOWL GREEN .... 7 Eastern Mich KANSAS 17 Kansas St ARKANSAS 15 Georgia AUBURN 4'i Tennessee Iowa St 12VS CREIGHTON SWMISSOURIST 13'4 Drake Texas 14 S.M.U. Texas Tech 10 HOUSTON T c u 3V BAYLOR N. CAROLINA 9VS .. Virginia x-At Memphis. Home team in CAPS. PRO FOOTBALL Home HARNESS MEADOWS Tuesday's results 1ST SJOOO Pace, Claiming Handicap Bobby s Dream. G Wright Jr $7 20 6 80 3 40 Kudasan. C Nome '2 80 5 80 Hat In The Ring. B. Sears 7 20 Time 1:59 3 OH 7 31 $2 Exacts (2-1) paid $63 60 $1 Exacla (2-1) paid $31 80 , 2ND $2600, Trot Conditioned Johnny No Toes. D Miller ... $10 00 7 00 3 20 Keystone Geyser. F Glessrw 7 00 3 00 Slar Recuite. T. Davis 4 60 Time 2 03 3 OH 748 Daily Double (2-4) paid $33 40 $2 Exacta (4 81 paid $32 20 $1 Exacta (4-8) paid $16 10 Tntecta (4-8-6) paid $31 5 60 BoxWheel (4-8-6) paid $157 80 3RD $2800. Pace, Conditioned Claiming Andy Swift B Sears $4 60 3 20 2 60 Onagam Oltagain. D Miller 4 60 3 60 Ene Flyer. G Wright Jr , 4 60 Time 2 01 1 OH 6 06 $2 Exacta (2-61 paid $32 20 $1 Exacta (2-6) paid $16 10 Tntecta (2-6-1) paid $134 00 BoxWheel (2-6-1) paid $67 00 4TH $2800, Trot, Conditioned Nice Hanover. T. Davis $22.80 5 80 4 60 Tickle Toe. B Sears 3 00 2 60 Coolspnngschappie. C Norns , 15.20 Time 2 06 - OH 8 24 $2 Exacta (2-1) paid $61 00 $1 Exacta (2-1) paid $30 50 Tntecta (2-1-4) paid $1321 00 BoxWheel (2-1-4) paid $660 50 5TH $2300. Pace. Conditioned Claiming Ms Uptown Brown. JW Miller $19 00 4 40 4 00 Real Monster. B. Sears 2.60 2 20 Analysis, T. Davis 3 00 Time 2:01.4 OH 8 41 $2 Exacta (8-2) paid $51 60 $1 Exacta (8-2) paid S25 80 Tntecta (8-2-9) paid $143 20 BoxWheel (8-2-9) paid $71 60 STH $1900. Trot. Claiming Laurel Kipper. D Miller $25 40 7 20 3 60 Nearly Awnner. R. Newhart 3 80 2 20 Sweet Country, D. Zaimes 2 60 Time 2:05.1. OH 8:59 Scratched Valentine Venture $2 Exacta (6-5) paid $58 80 $1 Exacta (6-5) paid $29 40 Tntecta (6-5-2) paid $503 00 BoxWheel (6-5-2) paid $251 50 Pic (2-8-6)12 of 3) paid $139 80 7TH $4500, Pace. Claiming Himself. T Davis $1000 5 80 4 20 Shawnee 0. G Wnght Jr 24 00 15 00 Bydonzerlylyte, D. Bier 6.20 Time 1:59.-. OH 9:16 $2 Exacta (1-5) paid $89 00 $1 Exacta (1-5) paid $44 50 Tntecta (1-5-6) paid $1412 60 BoxWheel (1-5-6) paid $706.30 8TH $3300. Trot. Claiming Handicap Tenacious Way, B Sears ... $29 20 1 1 00 9 40 Captain Paul N. G Wright Jr 3.60 2 60 Marengo Jack, 0. PaJone 2 80 Time 2 02.-. OH 8:33 . . $2 Exacta (6-2) paid $149.40 $1 Exacta (6-2) paid $74 70 Tntecta (6-2-8) paid $710 60 BoxWheel (6-2-8) paid $355 30 TH $3400. Pace. Conditioned Baker Burner. D Palone $320300 220 Hokue Pokus. T. Davis 5 80 2 80 Skipper D Hanover. C. Norns 2 60 Time 2 02 1. OH 9 50 $2 Exacta (5-7) paid $15 80 $1 Exacta (5-7) paid $7.90 Tntecta (5-7-1) paid $65 40 BoxWheel (5-7-1) paid $32 70 10TH $2300, Pace, Conditioned Frank Caste. 0 Palone $480 3 80 3 60 Kehms Cookie, J Kehm 9 20 6 60 Safely Sealed. B. Bolon 11.00 Time 2 01 .3. OH 10 07 $2 Exacla (6-5) paid $34 20 $1 Exacta (6-5) paid $17 10 Tntecta (6-5-1) paid $249 00 BoxWheel (6-5-1) paid $124 50 11TH $2800, Pace, Conditioned Claiming Vinelands. T. Jones $1 1 .00 S 60 4 00 SC Joyous Event. T. Davis 5 40 4 40 Gentle Amber, J Smith 6 60 Time 2:03.1. OH 10:24 Scratched Lady Doughmaker $2 Exacta (5-1) paid $51 80 $1 Exacla (5-1) paid $25 90 $2 Supertecta (5-1-7-4) paid $2191 20 12TH $1900, Trot. Claiming Whirling Cadet, JW Miller $8.20 3 60 3 40 Mr T Shot. B Sears 2 80 3 20 Pocket s Empty. G. Wright Jr 4.20 Time 2:04.2. OH 10:41 $2 Exacla (2-5) paid $16 40 $1 Exacla (2-5) paid $8 20 Tntecta (2-5-8) paid $146 60 BoxWheel (2-5-6) paid $73 30 13TH $1900. Pace. Claiming Theopholus Thistle, D Miller $6 00 3 00 2 20 Grace s Prince, R Geyer 4 00 2 60 Baron Dominator. T. Davis 4 40 Time 2:00 3 OH 10 58 $2 Exacta (3-2) paid $17 80 $1 Exacta (3-2) paid $8 90 Tntecta 13-2-4) paid $72 00 BoxWheel (3-2-4) paid $36 00 Mutuela-$689,S31. COLLEGE BASKETBALL TUESDAY'S MEN'S RESULTS East Army 89... Holy Cross 82 Canisius 72 Fairfield 57 "-Cornell 94 Buffalo 92 Manhattan 76 St. Peter's 55 Penn 90 La Salle 71 Rutgers 97 St Francis. NY 50 Seton Hall 66 Boston College 58 Syracuse 91 St John s 87 Vermont 64 Dartmouth 61 Yale 60 Hofstra 54 South Citadel 71 Georgia Southern 59 Georgia Tech 67 Wake Forest 65 LSU 74 Alabama 61 Memphis 81 Southern Miss. 71 Midwest Dayton 73 Notre Dame 63 Michigan 69 Illinois 59 Virginia Tech 57 Marquette 54 Southwest Rice 66 Texas ASM 62 SW Texas St. 64 S.Utah 62 Far West Colorado 97 Texas-San Antonio 60 TUESDAY'S WOMEN'S RESULTS District -Edinboro 71 Gannon 59 Geneva 56 Seton Hill 53 Mercyhurst 83 Westminster 71 Ohio St. 77 Duquesne 44 Penn State 75 George Wash. 64 St. Vincent 99 CartowSS Top 25 No 10 Penn St 75 No 16 Geo Wash 64 No. 12 Virginia 76 : Florida St. 60 No. 18. Mississippi 102 NE La. 54 -Overtime; "-Two overtimes. DISTRICT MEN'S SCHEDULE TONIGHT Alderson-Broaddus at Wheeling Jesuit: Allegheny at Case Western Reserve, Butler CCC at Beaver CCC; California at Ship-pensburg; Carnegie Mellon JV at PS-New Kensington; Clarion at Lock Haven; Columbia Union at Pitt-Johnstown; Geneva at Gannon; Grove City at PS-Behrend; Indiana at Penn State; Marshall vs. West Virginia at Charleston; Mercyhurst at Edinboro; Pitt at Villanova; Pitt Bradford at Daemon: Point Park at St. Vincent; Salem-Teikyo at West Liberty; Slippery Rock at IUP; Thiel al Washington & Jefferson; Waynesburg at Bethany. COLLEGE TUESDAY'S RESULTS Men's swimming Slippery Rock 106 Westminster 99 Women's swimming Westminster 105 Slippery Rock 97 COLLEGE FOOTBALL SENIOR BOWL Rosters The North-South Game will be played Saturday at Mobile, Ala. North COACH Dan Reeves, N.Y. Giants OFFENSE QB Kerry Collins (6-5, 237), Penn St.; Chad May (6-2. 219), Kansas St. RB Terrell Fletcher (5-8, 196), Wisconsin; Napolean Kaufman (5-8, 175), Washington; Curtis Martin (5-11, 197), Pitt; J.J. Smith (5-9. 200), Kansas St.; Ray Zellars (6-0, 225), Notre Dame TE Jamie Asher (6-4. 232), Louisville; David Sloan (6-6, 249), New Mexico WR Mill Coleman (5-9. 1 70) . Michigan St.; Tyrone Davis (6-4 232), Virginia; David Ounn (6-2, 215). Fresno St.; Ed Hervey (6-2. 195), USC, Chris Sanders (6-0, 175), Ohio St. Une Barrett Brooks (6-4, 287), Kansas St.; Reuben Brown (6-3, 304), Pitt; Brian DeMarco (6-6, 314), Michigan St.; Scott Gragg (6-8. 303), Montana; Andrew Greene (6-3. 289). Indiana; Jason James (6-4,310), Fresno St.; Matt O'Dwyer (6-4. 302), Northwestern; Joe Rudolph (6-1, 282). Wisconsin; Brendan Stai (6-5, 302). Nebraska; Mike Verstegen (6-6, 300), Wisconsin Punter-kicker: Todd Sauerbrun (5-10, 199), West Virginia DEFENSE Line Terry Conneally (6-5, 277), Nebraska: Luther Elliss (6-5, 285), Utah; Mike Frederick (6-5, 263), Virginia; Oliver Gibson (6-3. 270). Notre Dame; Brian Hamilton (6-3. 280), Notre Dame; Don Sasa (6-4, 281), Washington St.; Corey Swinson (6 5, 330), Hampton U. LB Mark Fields (6-2.240). Washington St.; Brian Gelzheiser (6-1, 236), Penn St.; Dana Howard (5-11, 240), Illinois; Jason Kyle (6-2, 230), Arizona St.; Bryan Schwartz (6-3, 245), Augustana DB Kenny Gales (5-11, 186), Wisconsin; Chris Hudson (5-9, 195). Colorado; Torey Hunter (5-9, 175), Washington St.; Tony Jones (6-4, 200), Syracuse; Marion Kerner (5-10, 187), Ohio St. ; Craig Newsome (6-0, 183), Arizona St.; William Strong (5-9, 188). N C St. .Claudius Wright (5-10, 180), Arizona South COACH Ted Marchlbroda, Indianapolis OFFENSE OB Jay Barker (6-3. 210), Alabama; Steve McNair, (6-2. 219), Alcorn St. RB Brandon Bennett (5-11, 201), South Carolina; Zack Crockett (6-2, 235), Florida St.; James Stewart (6-1, 215), Tennessee; Sherman Williams (5-9, 192), Alabama TE Greg DeLong (6-2, 225), North Carolina; Kendell Watkins (6-1, 294), Mississippi St. WR Antonio Freeman (6-0, 195), Virginia Tech; Hason Graham (5-10. 164), Georgia; Marcus Hinton (6-4, 247), Alcorn St.; Kez McCorvey (6-0. 180). Florida St.; Frank Sanders (6-2. 200), Auburn; Billy Williams (5-11,1 70) , Tennessee Line Tirrell Greene (6-3, 302), Miami; Melvin Hayes (6-5, 324), Mississippi St. Steve Ingram (6-4, 301), Maryland; Jesse James (6-4, 325), Mississippi St.; Kevin Mays (6-3, 294), Tennessee; Billy Milner, (6-5. 271). Houston; Marcus Price (6-4. 308), LSU; Barrett Robbins (6-3, 301), TCU; Jon Stevenson (6-3, 292). Alabama Punter Terry Daniel (6-0, 229), Auburn Kicker Nelson Welch (5-8, 182), Clemson DEFENSE Une Anthony Cook (6-3, 262), South Carolina St.; Dameian Jeffries (6-4, 280), Alabama; Shawn King (6-3, 269), N.E. Louisiana; Scott Lewis (6-3, 263). Baylor; Mike Pelton (6-2, 282), Auburn; Oscar Sturgis (6-4, 267), North Carolina; Michael Tobias (6-2, 274), Southern Miss. LB Derrick Brooks (6-0, 223), Florida St.; Gerald Collins (6-2, 257), Vanderbllt; Jamal Cox (6-1 , 236), Georgia Tech; Abdul Jackson (6-0,243), Ole Miss; Mike Morton (6-3,230), North Carolina DB Corey Fuller (5-10, 170), Florida St.; Willie Gaston (5-11, 183), Alabama; Kenlrvin (5-10, 180), Memphis St.; Tommy Johnson (5-10, 180), Alabama; Melvin Johnson (5-11, 194), Kentucky; Tyrone Poole (5-9. 182), Ft. Valley St.; Chris Shelling (5-10, 180), Auburn; Orlanda Thomas (6-1, 209), SW Louisiana; Jerry Wilson (5-10, 178), Southern U. HIGH SCHOOL WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Boys' basketball WPIAL CLASS AA Section 5 (AAA) Bentworth at South Side Beaver. OTHERS Aliquippa at Blackhawk: Butler at Hampton; George Jr. Republic at Sto-Rox; Indiana at Johnstown; South Park at Carrick; Yough at Elizabeth Forward. Girls' basketball WPIAL CLASS AAAA Section 5 Trinity at Mt. Lebanon. OTHERS East Allegheny at Apollo-Ridge; Grove City at Hickory; Kennedy Christian at Commodore Perry; Slippery Rock at Wilmington; St Joseph at Frazier; West Middlesex at Mercer. BOWLING TUESDAY'S RESULTS PBA Senior Classic At Beaverton, Ore. THIRD ROUND (26 games) 1 , Tommy Evans. Fort Lauderdale, Fla., 7-1 6 41 7 2, Charlie Way. Salem, Ore., 4-4, 6,375. 3. Mel Wolf, Jackson, Mich., 4-3-1 , 6,229. 4, Gene Stus, Allen Park, Mich., 5-2-1 , 6,222. 5, John Handegard, Las Vegas. 5-2-1 6,207. 6, Tosh Hamamoto, Union City, Calif.. 5-3, 6,204. 7, Dan Roche, Downey. Calif., 6-2, 6.1 83 8. Teata Semiz, Wanaque, N.J., 3-5, 6 169 9. Mike Berlin, Muscatine. Iowa. 4-4. 6 130. 1Q. John Hricsina, 5-3, 6.089 11, Jim Ryan, Vancouver, Wash., 4-4, 6.079. Mlk White's RcniNtng Hotline 1SO0-4M-MIKE $1.49 par minute Scoreboard compiled by Stevg SlemplerPost-Gazette NHL WAIVER DRAFT Players available In Wednesday' NHL waiver drift. Penguins Steve Bancroft, d: James Black, c: Greg Brown, d; Jeff Christian, lw: Mike Dagenis, d: Larry DePalma. c; Justin Duberman, rw; Todd Hawkins, rw: Robert Melanson, d; Leonid Toropchenko, c. Aneheim Dean Ewen, lw: Mark Ferner, d; Jim Thomson, rw; Allan Bester, g. Boston Bill Armstrong, d: Mike Bodnarchuk, rw; Brett Harkms, c, Dennis Holland, c; Dmitri Kvartalnov, lw; Scott Lindsay, rw; Daniel Marois, rw; David Reid. lw; Kurt Seher, d; Paul Stanton, d; Darren Stolk. d; John Blue. g. Buffalo Todd Copeland. d; Dale Degray, d; Kevin McClelland, rw; Gates Orlando, c; Dirk Rueter. d; Hannu Vina, d; Jim Wiemer, d; Randy Wood, lw. Calgary Kevin Dahl. d; Neil Eisenhut, c; ten Esau, d; Mark Greig, rw; Francois Groleau, d; Dale Kushner, lw. Chicago Bruce Cassidy. d; Craig Fisher, c; Daniel Gauthier, lw; Michel Goulet, lw; Tony Horacek. lw; Greg Smith, d; Bill Watson, rw; Jeff Hacked, g. Dallas Dave Barr, rw; Robin Bawa, rw, Mike McPhee, lw; Mark Pederson, lw. Detroit Sergei Bautin, d; Andrew McKim. c; Bob Essensa, g; Peter Ing, g Edmonton Alexander Kerch, rw; Wayne Cowley, g; Andrew Vemer, g. Florida Peter Andersson, d; Jeff Daniels, lw; Dallas Eakins, d; Jeff Greenlaw, lw; Jamie Leach, rw; Stephane Richer, d, Frederic Chabot, g; Danny Lorenz, g. Hartford Ric Bennett, d; Jeff Chychrun. d; Scott Daniels, lw; Jarret Reid, c; Steve Yule, d; Mario Gosselin, g. Los Angeles Rob Brown, rw; Rob Cowie. d; Donald Dufresne, d; Michael Gaul, d; Brian McReynolds, c; Brett Seguin, c; Dave Thomlinson, lw; Tim Walters, d; Andre Racicot, g. Montreal Mario Roberge. lw. New Jersey Bill Armstrong, lw. N.Y. Islanders Andy Bnckley, lw; David Chyzowski, lw; Gord Dineen, d; Kevan Guy, d; Chris Luongo, d; Jeff Madill, rw; Kip Miller, c; Brian Mullen, rw; Jason Simon, lw; David Volek, lw; Frank Pietrangelo, g. N.Y. Rangers Don Biggs, c; Craig Duncanson, rw; Glen Featherstone, d; Peter Fiorentino, d; Lee Gitfin, rw; Mike Hartman. lw; Jim Hiller, rw; Mike Hudson, c; Dean Kolstad. d; Shawn McCosh, c. Ottawa Corey Foster, d; Steve Konroyd, d; Francois Laroux, d; Derek Mayer, d; Michel Picard, lw; Lance Pitlick, d; Darren Rumble, d; Brad Shaw, d. Philadelphia Al Conroy, c; Tracy Egeland, rw; Jeff Finley, d; Willie Huber. d; Bob Wilkie. d; Norm Foster, g; Scott Lagrande, g. Quebec Mike Hurlbut. d; Reggie Savage, c; Steve Tuttle, rw; Ed Ward, rw. St. Louis Phillippe Bozon, c; Kelly Chase, rw; Vitali Karamnov, lw; Greg Parks, c. San Jose Dale Craigwell, c; Rob Gaudreau. c; Lee J Leslie, lw; J-F Quintin, lw; Dan Ryder, g; Bryan Schoen, g. Tampa Bay Jeff Buchanan, d; Marc Bureau, c; Eric Dubois, d; Gerard Gallant, lw; Chris Joseph. d; Tom MacDonald, c; Bill McDou-gall, c; Colin Miller, c; Martin Tanguay, c; Tom Tilley, d; Mike Greenlay, g; Wendell Young, g. Toronto Rich Chernomaz, rw; Bruce Racine, g. Vancouver Jose Charbonneau, rw; Brian Glynn, d; Adrien Plavsic, d; Risto Siltanen, d; Behn Wilson, d. Washington Kerry Clark, rw; Brian Curran, d; Todd Nelson, d. Winnipeg Arto Blomsten. d; Luciano Borsato. c; Randy Gilhen, c; Dean Kennedy, d; John Leblanc, rw; Wayne McBean, d; Oleg Mikoulchik, d; Mike Muller, d; Rob Murray, c; Mark Visheau, d; Stephane Beauregard, g; Sean Gauthier, g. IHL STANDINGS Eastern Conference NORTHERN DIVISION W L SL Pts GF GA Kalamazoo ... 25 10 8 58 157 126 Detroit 24 13 4 52 161 133 Chicago 18 18 7 43 139 163 Cleveland ... 18 17 4 40 148 159 MIDWEST DIVISION W L SL Pts GF GA Peoria 30 9 4 64 179 131 Cincinnati 28 11 4 60 155 134 Indianapolis .. 18 19 4 40 130 150 Fort Wayne... 15 24 3 33 139 144 Western Conference CENTRAL DIVISION W L SL Pts GF GA Milwaukee .... 23 11 6 52 167 157 Kansas City .. 21 18 3 45 151 138 Houston 20 18 4 44 141 149 Atlanta 20 20 1 41 132 140 Minnesota 15 19 7 37 132 161 SOUTHWEST DIVISION W L SL Pts GF GA Denver 27 12 2 56 175 140 Las Vegas 25 15 3 53 170 137 Phoenix 21 19 7 49 189 193 San Diego .... 18 22 5 41 146 174 Soviet Wings .. 1 14 2 4 37 89 Cleveland is a Penguins' affiliate. Note: Two points awarded for victory; one lor a shootout loss. The Soviet Wings played each team once in games that count tor the IHL team in the standings. TUESDAY'S RESULTS No games scheduled. WEDNESDAY'S SCHEDULE Ail-Star Game at Las Vegas. TODAY ON TV & RADIO COLLEGE MEN'S BASKETBALL 7 p.m. - Pitt at Villanova; Cable TV: ESPN; Radio: WTAE-AM (1250) NAMES AND GAMES Birds of a feather do fight together From wire dispatches Temple's Owl and St. Joseph's Hawk may have wanted to fly south for the winter after trading blows in a game Sunday. The mascots got their feathers ruffled when their hi-jinks during a timeout got out of hand and turned ugly, forcing security guards and cheerleaders to intervene. The squawking began when the Owl glided onto the court with cheerleaders and met the Hawk. They exchanged good-natured taunts, then began throwing phony punches that somehow escalated into the real thing. The Hawk got his beak bent out of shape, literally, when the Owl hit him too hard and knocked his head off. The headless Hawk proceeded to knock the Owl off his perch, delivering a flurry of solid hits before the fight was broken up. It was mindful of what happened at the Civic Arena about 10 years ago, when members of a Duquesne fraternity assaulted the Hawk, precipitating a near-brawl when St. Joseph's players flocked into the fray. He'll flip over this First it was a jersey. Now it's money. Joe Greene, renowned for tossing his Steelers shirt to a kid in a 1970s commercial, will be one of four members of the Pro Football Hall of Fame to participate in the ceremonial coin toss before the Super Bowl game Jan. 29. The former defensive tackle will represent the NFL's 75th Anniversary All-Time team along with Otto Graham, Ray Nitschke, and Gale Sayers. Quoting 'em Cadillac Anderson, free-wheeling reserve center for the Atlanta Hawks, on how playing in Italy where zone defense is emphasized and pursuit and movement are not retarded his progress: "If I had it to do over again, I probably wouldn't even consider it, though the lifestyle is great. I had a two-story, 5,000-square-foot house, a BMW and a nanny for my kids." Compiled by Rick Shrum 8 p.m. - Indiana at Penn State; TV: 10; Radio: KDKA-AM (1020) 8 p.m. - Slippery Rock at IUP; Radio: WCCS-AM (1 160) 9 p.m. - Virginia at North Carolina; Cable TV: ESPN (time approximate) HOCKEY 6:45 p.m. - ECHL: Johnstown at Toledo; Radio: WHJB-AM (620) 10 p.m. - IHL All-Star Game; Cable TV: KBL HIGH SCHOOL BOYS' BASKETBALL 7:30 p.m. - Aliquippa at Blackhawk; Radio: WBVP-AM (1230), WELA-FM (104.3) -HIGH SCHOOL GIRLS' BASKETBALL 8 p.m. - Grove City at Hickory; Radio: WWIZ-FM (103.9) PRO BASKETBALL 8-05 p.m. - Piranhas at Quad City; Radio: WYJZ-AM (860), WPIT-AM (730), WQTW-AM (1570) 10:30 p.m. - Cavaliers at Clippers; Radio: WKST-AM (1 280) TALK SHOWS 4-5 p.m. - Early Line with Randy Cosgrove; Radio: WMBA-AM (1 460). Call 266-7544 5.7 p.m. Drive Time Sports with Bruce Keidan; Radio: WJAS-AM (1320). Call 333-9527 6-7 p.m. - Mon Valley Sports Forum; Radio: WESA-AM (940). 6-7 p.m. - Sports Talk with Mark Guadiano; Radio: WCVI-AM (1340). Call 628-201 1 6-8 p.m. - Sports Talk with John Corby; Radio: KDKA-AM (1 020) Call 333-9393 6- 8 p.m. - Sports Page with Tom McMillan; Radio: WTAE-AM (1 250). Call 333-9823 7- 8 p.m. - KBL Sports Beat with Guy Junker and Stan Savran; Cable TV: KBL. Call 333-4018 in Pittsburgh, or 1 -800-232-B525. SCHEDULE i'JBJECT TO CHANGE NFL POWER INDEX RECORD RATING LW San Francisco 15-3-0 111 109 Dallas 13-5-0 109 107 Steelers 13-5-0 97 97 San Diego 13-5-0 97 95 Cleveland 12-6-0 96 96 Green Bay 10-8-0 95 95 Miami 11-7-0 95 95 New England . 10-7-0 95 95 Kansas City 9-8-0 94 94 Arizona 8-8-0 93 93 Detroit 9-8-0 93 93 L A. Raiders 9-7-0 93 93 Minnesota 10-7-0 93 93 N Y. Giants 9-7-0 93 93 Chicago 10-8-0 92 92 New Orleans ... 7-9-0 91 91 Atlanta 7-9-0 90 90 Buffalo 7-9-0 90 90 Denver 7-9-0 90 90 Philadelphia 7-9-0 90 90 Indianapolis 8-8-0 89 89 Washington ... 3-13-0 89 89 Cincinnati 3-13-0 88 88 L A Rams 4-12-0 88 88 NY. Jets 6-10 0 88 88 Tampa Bay .... 6-10-0 88 88 Seattle 6-10 0 87 87 Houston 2-14-0 86 86 The Power Index is a numerical value indicating the relative strength of each team based on this season s performance, changes in personnel, coaching, strength of schedule and current form. The Index is purely a statistical and historical rating and does not take into account emotional factors. Add three points to the home team a fating.

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