The San Bernardino County Sun from San Bernardino, California on January 10, 1993 · Page 22
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San Bernardino, California
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Sunday, January 10, 1993
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C2 The Sun SUNDAY, January 10, 1993 Kaleidoscope Fans can butter bread with anything but Philly (.Better buy some butter for that bagel, buddy. In the latest salvo of the ever-widening football feud between fans of the Cowboys and Eagles, one of the largest grocery chains in Dallas will pull Philadelphia cream cheese from its shelves today when the bitter NFC East rivals meet at Texas Stadium in a playoff game. Bill Parker, president of the Kroger Co. in Dallas, said his 60 area stores will offer alternative brands today. He also wondered how Philadelphia grocers would respond. , "Perhaps they will take off all their pic-ante sauces," he said. "Their grocery chains up there are probably not as innovative as the ones in Texas, though. I'm not even sure they have grocery stores in Philly." But Dallas Morning News columnist Helen Bryant notes that it's doubtful the economy of Philadelphia will be seriously disrupted by Parker's move. Philadelphia cream cheese is nade in Springfield, Mo., not Pennsylvania. But why let a little fact stand in the way of some good ribbing? MAILMAN COULDN'T DELIVER: San Antonio's Antoine "Big Dog" Carr after the Spurs held Utah's Karl "Mailman" Malone to a season-low 13 points in a recent victory: 'You know what happens when you try to deliver the mail and you don't have Mace for the dog? You get bit." A VIEW FROM THE BENCH: Eric Lindros after the Flyers beat the Capitals 8-2 on Thursday: "Everybody got a chance to play . It was great. It was even fun to sit on the bench." B HE'S EASYTO PLEASE: Devils coach Herb Brooks after a 6-4 victory over the woeful Ottawa Senators: "I was happy lo get out of the first period. I was happy to get out of the second period. I was just happy to get out with a win." WEIGHING HEAVY ON HIS MIND: Davis Love III after playing 36 holes Friday in intermittent showers: "It's tough enough to play 36 holes in good conditions, but my shoes feel like they weigh five pounds more than they did this morning." Sports in brief Jankovich follows coach out door at New England One day after firing coach Dick MacPher-sdfri, chief executive officer Sam Jankovich resigned Saturday from the New England Patri-ot, continuing the dismantling of the team's front office in the wake of a 2-14 season. Jankovich, who has been mentioned as a possible candidate for the vacant USC athlet-iq,'director's job, was hired by the Patriots in December 1990, and one of his first major moves was the selection of MacPherson as cSach. They combined for a record of 8-24 in typo seasons in charge of the team. 5 Jankovich moved to the Patriots after eight years as athletic director at the University of Miami. Before that he was athletic director at Washington State. GRANT SAYS HE GOT DEATH THREAT: Farmer Minnesota Vikings coach Bud Grant sid he received a death threat because he opposes a fishing and hunting agreement between the state and the Mille Lacs Band of Chippewa. i The state Legislature still must approve the proposed settlement. Grant's group argues that the federal government settled all of the band's claims with a $9 million payment in 1?73. The Chippewa say that settlement did not include hunting and fishing rights. 1 JANSEN, BLAIR WIN: Olympians Dan Jansen and Bonnie Blair each vfon two races to successfully defend their ti-ttes at the National Long Track Sprint speed skating championships at Butte, Mont. By doing so, they earned spots on the Unit-eS States sprint teams that will compete in the 1.993 World Speed Skating Championships irext month. BASEBALL TALKS BEGIN THIS WEEK: 'iJhe reopening of labor-agreement negotiations between baseball's owners and the players is scheduled this week. The first meeting between Richard Ravitch, the owners' labor executive, and Donald Fehr, the players' veteran union leader, is set for Wednesday, but is ritot expected produce any dramatic developments. SWIMMER SETS WORLD RECORD: German's Franziska Van Almsick set a world record in the women's 200-meter short-course freestyle competition at the Beijing '93 ATV wimming World Cup. The 16-year-old swimmer finished in 1 min-iJe, 55.84 seconds, beating the previous world rfc cord of 1 :56.36 set in 1983 by countrywoman Birgit Meineke. RON WILLIAMS WINS PBA EVENT: Ron Williams ended a three-year drought by dapturing his third Professional Bowlers Association title at the AC-Delco Classic in Tor-nance. i Williams, 3 1, of Fort Worth, Texas, defeat-rid Mark Williams (no relation) 225-193 in the tjtle match of the PBA's first event of the year. J BRIEFLY NOTED: Bill Oranholm, a close associate of former NFL commissioner PeteRo-aelle who spent 47 years in professiona foot-tjall and was executive director of the NFC when he retired, died in Wausau. Wis. He was fa In fielder JaffHuaon agreed to a one-ycar'c'ontract with the Texas Rangers. Details weren't disclosed.. . .Third-seeded Boris ieckar beat top seed Stafan Edbar 6-4, 6-4 in the Qatar Open to reach his first outdoor tennis 5nal in more than a year. He'll be opposec I today by Goran Iwanlaovlc, who beat Andral Char-haiov6-2 6-2... . AlbartoTomba of Italy got his first World Cup victory of the season, winning Oie slalom at Garmisch-Partcnkirchen, Germany. . . . R1" Hwual, a 19-year-old German; won a women's World Cup downhill at Cortina D'Ampezzo, Italy. J From Sun News Services 1 8 VJrf'v " i HI a i-'-"mnm '" " " am ' .1 - r "" ' l S E .oJ mm APWIREPHOTO Pittsburgh's Bob Errey pins Calgary's Trent Yawney against the boards during the first period Saturday. Penguins score late, beat Flames Kevin Steven's 33rd goal of the season at 15:27 of the third period broke a tie Saturday and gave the Pittsburgh Penguins a 3-2 victory over the Calgary Flames, who have lost three straight for the first time this season. The victory kept the Penguins unbeaten (26-0-3) when leading after two periods and improved their record to 18-3-3 at home. Stevens broke around Flames defenseman Michel Petit, faked a shot on goal and slid a back-hand-er behind goalie Mike Vernon. It gave a nine-game scoring streak. "It turned out to be a big goal at the time and now we get to go on the road and see how we do," said Stevens. MAPLE LEAFS 5, CANADIENS 4: Doug Gilmour's two power-play goals in the second period helped NHL ROUNDUP coach Pat Burns to a successful return to the Forum as Toronto won at Montreal. Burns left last summer after four years behind the Montreal bench to take the coaching job in Toronto. FLYERS 4, RANGERS 3: Ric Nat-tress, who scored his first goal of the season two days earlier, scored twice as Philadelphia beat visiting New York for its 1,000th NHL victory. BLUES 4, BLACKHAWKS 1: Ed Belfour, who came into the game with a league-leading 2.45 goals-against average, gave up four goals on 20 shots in 33 minutes as Chicago had a give-game unbeaten streak ended by host St. Louis. DEVILS 6, BRUINS 2: Boston goaltender John Blue, starting his second NHL game, was knocked out in the second period as New Jersey routed the Bruins at Boston Garden. WHALERS 4, NORDIQUES 2: Terry Yake, Randy Ladouceur and Nick Kypreos scored first-period goals and Hartford held on to beat visiting Quebec. CAPITALS 4, OILERS 3: Michal Pivonka scored the go-ahead goal and assisted on two others as Washington extended its home unbeaten streak to 10 games. CANUCKS 4, ISLANDERS 3: Trevor Linden scored the tie-breaking goal with 1:49 remaining to give Vancouver the win at Union-dale, N.Y. NORTH STARS 6, LIGHTNING 4: Russ Courtnall scored twice for the second straight game as Minnesota defeated Tampa Bay at Bloomington, Minn. From Sun News Services Rookie Goverde to start in goal against Chicago Hrudey, who has 5.27 goals-against average In his last eight games, will sit out tonight. ByRlCKSADOWSKI Los Angeles Daily News WINNIPEG, Manitoba Kings coach Barry Melrose thought enough of goaltender David Go-verde's play Friday night that he said the 22-year-old rookie will start again tonight in Chicago. "I just tried to play my game, not give up any bad goals," said Goverde, who stopped only 18 of 23 shots but too often was left to fend for himself. "I was a little nervous," he said. "It's really tough not knowing (the opposing) players. I'm not a seasoned vet by any stretch of the imagination." Goverde was called up late Wednesday night from the Phoenix Roadrunners of the International Hockey League, where he had a 14-11 record and a 3.73 goals-against average. When a Winnipeg reporter asked Melrose why Kelly Hrudey and Robb Stauber were given the night off, he barked, "Because our goaltending's been bad." Hrudey is 0-5-3 with a 5.27 goals-against average in his past eight games. Stauber is 0-3 with one no-decision and a 5.45 average in four. The Kings have allowed five-plus goals in eight of the past nine games and 57 in their 10-game win-less streak. It didn't take long for Goverde to be welcomed into the Kings' version of the NHL. Teemu Selanne had a step on Paul Coffey when he accepted Alexei Zhamnov's goal-mouth pass and strutted down the slot for a tap-in goal 57 seconds into the game ... on Winnipeg's first shot. "Davey played well," Coffey said. "What's he supposed to do?" GRETZKY WANTS TO PLAY TONIGHT: Melrose and Wayne Gretzky plan to lobby back specialist Dr. Robert Watkins to permit the center to play against the Blackhawks. The original plan was to have Gretzky sit out tonight's game, then let him loose for the remainder of the season. "I want him to play, but that call will be made by the doctors," Melrose said. "The reasoning is that it would be his third game in a short time (five nights) after being out for so long. "Certainly we don't want to press our luck. It's a small building and with the way (the Blackhawks) forecheck ... we don't want to take any chances." Said Gretzky: "I still hope they let me play." Japan bowl 1 re 4 1 5 4 "-"V. V- r AP WIREPHOTO Ray Floyd shot a 73 and is at even-par 216. Love takes lead, and maybe title By Bob Green The Associated Press CARLSBAD Davis Love III might have won the Tournament of Champions with a 15-foot birdie putt on the 54th hole Saturday. The only thing certain is that he took the third-round lead in the kickoff event on the 1993 PGA Tour. Golf And no one is sure whether the fourth round will ever be played. The La Costa Resort course already saturated faces an ominous forecast going into today's scheduled final round. Another severe winter storm was expected to produce one to three inches of rain overnight, with rain continuing i nto the day today. "I felt like he won the tournament," Paul Azing-er said after Love's last-hole putt broke a tie between the two and put Love one stroke in front. Love didn't go quite that far, but admitted that "on the last hole we both felt like it was Sunday like a weird Sunday." Love's clutch putt, which dropped in on top of Azinger's 40-footer, finished offa 3-under-par 69 for a 54-hole total of 13-undcr-par 203. Azinger, who three-putted three times on the back nine, shot 70 and is at 204. In a separate but simultaneous competition for last year's winners from the Senior PGA Tour, Jim Dent and defending champion Al Geiberger are tied at 209. Geiberger, who had a 69, retained a share of the top spot with a six-foot par putt on the final hole, while Dent had a 70 but made up three shots with a 33 on the back. Dave Stockton of Mentonc shot a 69 and is at 212. Ray Floyd, the first man to qualify for competition in both segments of the tournament, struggled to a 73 and is at par 216, 13 behind Love and seven back of Dent and Geiberger. East defeats West, 27-13 The Associated Press TOKYO Shane Matthews' touchdown pass to O.J. McDuffie in the third period broke a tie and George Teague provided the clincher with a 47-yard interception return as the East beat the West 27-13 in the Japan Bowl college all-star game on Sunday. Two plays into the second half, Fresno State's Lorenzo Neal fumbled and Syracuse linebacker Glen Young recovered at the West 28. Two plays later, Matthews, the record-setting Florida quarterback, hooked up on a 25-yard scoring pass with McDuffie, Penn State's Ail-American wide receiver, to give the East a 17-10 lead. "I think what won us the game was that we played with no turnovers, no crucial mistakes, and we had good defensive plays," said East coach Steve Spurrier, Matthews' college coach at Florida. The West was within three, 20-13, with three minutes to play when Teague, a defensive back for national champion Alabama, intercepted a pass by Pacific's Troy Kopp and returned it for a TD. "I didn't get much action, so I as really happy to be able to get a big play like that," said Teague, who is headed back home to play in the Senior Bowl at Mobile, Ala. Teague's interception was the fourth by the East. "We got behind and tried to catch up. They were obvious throwing downs. We couldn't establish the running game well," West coach Spike Dykes of Texas Tech said of the interceptions. Boys basketball Calvary Chapel routs Immanuel The Sun REDLANDS Senior center Joel McHaffie scored 16 points and had 13 rebounds Saturday to lead Calvary Chapel High School to an 86-26 non-league boys basketball victory over Immanuel Christian of Ridgecrest. Two other Bears scored in double figures junior point guard Mike Daniel and senior guard Jason Davis with 15 points each. Calvary Chapel (5-5) took a 27-8 lead and increased it to 41-13 at the half. Reserves played the rest of the way for the Bears, but they still outscored Immanuel 45-13 in the second half. BRIDGESTONE FIRESTONE TRIUMPH MICHELIN PRICE MATCH GUARANTEE H you can find lha Bridgton, Firattona, Triumph or MicnaJm-brand Hraa for kaa at tin of purehaM, wall match tha pric m anybody's currant local ad you thow ua. 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