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a in to oo 111 az a. Tank mcnamara By G1iwi3.-H.nds AFTER A VAM &MA&Muf TOOK OUT THE OLYMPIC FLAME IN ITS. TREK ACRO&& AMERICA, A &ACKOP MAP TO BE OVERNISMTEP FROM I GREECE. r k ,.y ................. TjTIiflNK OA THE SPOT SPORTS NBA FINALS GAME 6: Bulls 87, SuperSonics 75 SEATTLE Kemp Schrempf Brickowski Hawkins Pavton Perkins McMillan Wlnuale Askew Schemer Snow Totals FG: .425. FT: .600. 3PG: 5-H .?0B (Pavton 3-5, Schrempf 2-5, McMillan 0-1, Brickowski 0-2, Hawkins 0-4, Perkins 0-7). Team rebounds: 8. Blocks: 3 (Kemp 2, Brickowski). Turnovers: 20 (Schrempt 5, Pavlon 5, Kemp4, Hawkins 3, Perkins, McMillan, Winuate). Steals: 10 (Kemp 3, Hawkins 2, Pavlon 2, Schrempt, Perkins, McMillan). Technical: 1 (Pavlon). Illeoal defense: I. TENNIS min fg II o-t pi pis 40 8 17 2-2 6-14 3 6 18 40 9-17 3-4 1-5 2 3 23 14 0-3 0-0 0-0 1 1 0 41 2-6 0-0 1-4 0 4 4 47 7-10 2-2 0-4 7 3 19 32 3-14 1-2 3-6 5 0 7 10 0-3 0-0 0-1 0 0 0 9 2-2 0-0 1-1 0 3 4 5 0-1 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0 0 0 I 0-0 0-0 0-0 1 0 0 240 31-7 I-10 12-35 19 20 75 CHICAGO Pippen Rodman Lonylev Harper Jordan Kukoc Kerr Buechler Wennington Brown Totals Is 7-17 4- 9 5- 6 3- 11 5-19 4- 11 3-4 0-0 0-0 0-1 II 0- 0 1- 3 2-3 2-2 o-t 2-8 11-19 4-8 0-3 pf pts 11-12 3-9 0-0 3-3 0-0 1-1 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 0-0 240 31-78 16-20 24-51 20 15 87 FG: .397. FT: .800. 3PG: 9-25, .360 (Pippen 3-7, Harper 2-5, Kukoc 2-7, Kerr 1-2, Jordan 1-3, Brown 0-1). Team rebounds: 1. Blocks: 4 (Rodman, Longlev, Harper, Kukoc). Turnovers: 19 (Longlev 6, Jordan 5, Pippen 3, Harper 2, Kukoc 2, Kerr). Steals: 14 (Pippen 4, Rodman 3, Harper 2, Jordan 2, Longlev, Kukoc, Brown). Technical: 1 (Harper). Illegal defense: 1. Seattle 18 20 20 17-75 Chicago 24 21 22 M-87 A: 24,544. T: 2: 18. Officials: Hugh Evans, Dick Bavelta, Steve Javie. Series composite box Bulls statistics (4-2) PLAYER FG FT REB AST PTS Michael Jordan .415 .836 5.3 4.2 27.3 Scotlie Pippen 343 .708 8.2 5.3 157 Toni Kukoc .423 .800 4 8 3.5 130 Luc Longlev .532 .727 3.8 2.2 11.7 Dennis Rodman .486 .579 14.7 2.5 7.5 Ron Harper .375 .917 2.2 1.7 6.5 Sieve Kerr .303 .857 0.8 0 8 5.0 Randv Brown .500 . 500 0.3 0.8 2.8 Bill Wenninglon .667 . 500 0 5 0.2 2.8 Jud Buechler .222 .000 0 0 0.2 0.7 John Sailey .000 .000 0.2 0 4 0.0 Totals .416 .757 40.8 2)7 910 SuperSonics statistics (2-4) PLAYER FG FT REB AST PTS Shawn Kemp .551 .857 10 0 2.2 23.3 Gary Pavlon .444 .731 6.3 7.0 18.0 Deflef Schrempt .443 .875 5 0 3.0 16.3 Hersev Hawkins .455 .923 3.5 1.0 13.3 Sam Perkins .377 .810 4.7 2.0 11.2 Nale McMillan .429 1.000 2.8 1.5 2.8 David Wingale .500 1.000 0.3 0.0 2.5 Vincenl Askew .222 1.000 2.5 0.5 1.8 Ervin Johnson .333 .000 2.3 0.3 1.3 Frank Brickowski .222 .000 . 2.0 0.5 0 8 Eric Snow .000 .000 0.3 02 0.0 Sieve Scheffler .000 .000 0.5 0.0 0.0 Totals .445 JSI 37.2 )6J 89 J HAZEL PARK RACEWAY Bill Rayle's selections Post time: 7:30. Best bet: Rising Souffle In the 11th race Sleeper Betty Blackrock In the fourth race Gimmick: Box 5-6-8-9 in the sixth race tritecta PP HORSE LAST 3 FIN. COMMENT DRIVER lst-14,900, cond. trot, n 7 John Loo Hooker 3 Super Impact J-Y F T 1- Perfect Class 4 Pretty Brliant 5 Laurel's Beauty e-S F For Sure 8 Arbor Classic 64-2 Out St 3rd over Edmonds 14-7 Much Improved prop Ptnm 4-3-3 Slid rail lata sir. Young 9-1-6 Broke eorty Moody 8-2-3 Sid raH out Mutins 3- 7-1 Lead to Ui, sHd ral Currier 4- 1-5 Shuttled, out mfd-str. Wals 5-9-4 3rd over past o MacDonel 2nd-S2J00, cond pace, mile: 3- Thomas Guide 1-x-K 1 Giant Explosion 2-3-x 4- Big Connie 2-3-3 2 P C Barney 5-6-x 5- Eldorado e 9-94 6- Five Pocket 3-4-5 7- Gooses Freedom S-4-6 o-Tutf WWam G 4-6-5 O Wac Attack 744 Razor sharp prop Ackrmn Load to v, slid rail Kinney driver change wains Okay quale Broke, faded SM rial stretch Pkd. shuffled 1st over to lead 3rd 2nd over Edmonds Davis Hennessey Minor Copeland James 3rd-S4,900, cond. trot, mile: l-Ok'l Oar 1-J-l 1- Captaln Blackheart S-4-S 4- Fleety Fool 2-5-1 2- Kassas FHy 1-7-5 3- Coleman Mystique 7-3-5 5- Pats Pick 7-14 O-Fort Brltt 1-6-4 7-K D-s Perfection 1-2-2 Pkd. 2nd over 1st over trip Locked III late Out A, lead 4t Sid ran out str. Lock to mtd-str. Crunched cheaper Pkd ' to lead Goodwin Wilson Edmonds Rideout Davis Mdtnrry Mies Taylor 4th-SM00, cond pace, 5 Casoy Luke 1- Pace N Win -D Milan Hunter 2- -Samshu Too 3- Mndcap Mike 4- Melissa Todd e-Betty Blackrock 7 Charlies Racer 9 -Door To Door mile: 2-1-5 Out lead H Mcllmrrv 7-2-2 Inter! H, 2nd overEdwards 1-2-J Idled on load James 4-s4 2nd 3rd 4th over Copeland 0- 4-7 5Kd ran, out sir. Mcmrry 1- 2-4 Lock, shuffled out Dokey 7-1-2 Able If flat Edmonds 6-2-6 SHd ret, out sir. Harmon 1-2-2 On Improve, MuskegonPtnm 5th-S2J0O, cond pace, n: l-Nllmot Klmborloo 4-4-4 Out H 1st over 6-AAoreThanYouKnow4-6-3 4th, Stti over 3-Old Fashioned Way 3-44 3rd, 4th over 1-Art Critic 2 DooltGirl 4- R Dayiee 5- Mamtoa Miches 7-Rera 9- Tare Dancer 9-4-6 Coiapsed on ral 1-3-5 Look tor late 1-2-7 Sold prep 44-6 driver change 2-6-9 (Five change Tomlln Harmon Nolo ton Quick James Ratchford Moody Wais 5-3-5 Lead to 'A, shuffled Kramer 4th-S3.2O0, can. pace (S15,000-IOWO), mile: 5-Striking Kithy 2-1-7 Jrdlhjth ovor 4-Ouallty Force 644 driver change -Perfectly Fit S44 Slid rail, out 1- AO-ight Selection 4-2-5 Out 5th over Th Broadway Explosion 1 5-5 II sound 3-Trail Rider 3-54 Lead to vk, out str. 4-Woe Whata Lady 54-s 2nd start Lasix 7-Jltys Jag 9-Lefty's Lady 4-1-3 Look for lata 3-s-6 2 moves 2 lead Dokey Walllt Roloson McOam Buter Hudson Krkptrck Driver Edmonds 7th-4,9O0, ciu trot 9-Why Not A Gogo I-Chicory Oudo 3 Neottar 1-Olpton Knight l-CHcory Devi 4 Rompaway KeHh 5 SBO -Lear 7 -Crack The Code (IlljrawoO), rrie: 1- 1-1 Idled on load I 2- 7-1 Pkd. v,, out str. 11-4 Solid prep 6-7-5 2nd 3rd over 1- 7-1 Out H 5th over 2- 2-1 Game 1st over 64-5 3rd over trip 644 Slid ral, out str. 5-5-3 1st over trip Wallis James Goodel Searle Copeland Driver Edmonds Kramer tth-SS.500, cond pace, 2- C P Lightning 3- Santa Anna Wind 4- Mirlmof's Legend l-S Evlan 5- Red Walter 6- Western Orrlet 7- Slr Timothy 8 -Storm Force OH1-S3.7O0, cond pace, 7 Raven Ruler l-T And M i Jackpot 4- Uptown Paradise 1- Fraro.y Nile Ule 2- D C Derek 3- CNmo Joshua 5- Star Fleet Cadet 4- FreBal 9- Lacing Up 24-2 Game 1st over James 7-M Pkd. Mi, out sir. Wallis 343 Lock, shuHled, llew Cplnd 0- 14 4th over trip Moody 9-2 9 Victim of postpace Rtchtd 5-2-1 Sharp at Pompano Edmonds 1- s-l Gome on lead Kramer 244 Shuffled out Vi Kinney mile: 6- 1-1 Scratched In Wallis 1- 3-3 SIM rail, flew str. Moody 2- 1-J Improv. at Jackson Mclmy 7- 2-4 Pkd ', faded Walton 3- 4-5 SHd ral, out 1 Edwards 3-4-5 5th over past tt Copeland 7-9-4 Pkd ml. 2nd 1st over Hnssy 3-9-9 SHd ral, out str. James 54-2 Blocked late Ratchford 10th-S5 800, cond pace, l-AlberTs Legacy l-Gin Gin 4- Tyrono The Bono -Rhythm Of The Rain 5- -Below Freezing O-Vartanian 7-Keystone Tipper I Moonooni Angle 3-1-2 Game 1st over Mcllmrrv 2-5-1 Slid rail late str. Edmonds 1-2-1 Razor share Ohio snroyer 2-5-3 Sold prep Searle 1-1-3 Crunched cheaper Wals 6-4-4 3rd 4th over Klrkpatrlck 9-1-3 Rode the ral Copeland 5-9-9 Rode the rai Kramer llrh-$2, dm. pooe 5- Rlsing Souffle 1 Distinct Society 6- Hornby Gert 2- Nukossl Sotombre 3Rakland Tops 4-GG's Cadette 7- Casm Mela 8- Oranpark's Rose 9- -Ramaka Roe (17,200). me M-2 Pkdjnl 2d-5tti ovr 1-7-1 Slid rail, llew str. s-S-7 II sound 4- 6-9 Driver change 5- 4-5 Sid rail out str. 5-7-3 Block, weave sir. s-64 H healthy 3- 34 Pkd. "j, out late 4- 2-2 Led to deep str. James Davis Edwards Moody Copeland Edmonds Aksten Ratchford Wals 12th-S20, ctn pace (S6.000), mile: 1- London Fog 1-4-2 2 moves B4 Vi Wallis 9-Rough Justice 2-4-1 Solid effort, Saginaw Brlla ) Handsome Nuke 6-74 2nd over to MHennessey 2- Little Packer 94-9 Burned 1st over Davis -The Sehbra 6-3-7 Driver, lot change Moody 4- Dart Seelster 5-2-1 Locked-m? Mcsmrry 5- Water Fight dnf-s-5 Krd at Kramer 6 Emersoni Fortune 9-7-5 5lh over, xx H Edwards 7- Fury Seelster 2-1-2 Sharp at Jackson Dobson Nottingham Open AT NOTTINGHAM, ENGLAND Monday's results First round: Tim Herman del. MaHVai Washington (3), Swartz Creek, 6-3, 7-5, Alexander Volkov de). Cedric Piollne (1), 6-2, 6-7 (4-7), 6-3; Marc-Kevin Goellner def. Javier Frana, 7-6 (9-7), 6-7 (6-8), 6-3; Sandon Sfolle def. Johan van Herck, 6-1, 6-2; Michael Joyce def. Danny Sapsford, 6-3, 6-4. Weber Open AT HALLE, GERMANY Monday's results First roun Magnus Gustafsson del. Bernd Karbacher, 7-6 (7-5), 6-3; Magnus Larsson def. Arnoud Boelsch (7), 6-2, 3-6, 6-3; Byron Black del. David Prinosll, 6-3, 6-7 (7-5), 6-4; Nicolas Kiefer def. Sebastian Letxanc, 7-6 (7-4), 6-4. Carlsbo International AT BOLOGNA, ITALY Mondays results First round: Alberto Berasalegul (5) def. Sandor Nosialy, 3-6, 7-6 (7-3), 6-0; Kris Goossens def. Fllip DeWuH (8), 6-4, 3-6, 6-4; Gilbert Schaller (3) def. Rodolphe Gilbert, 7-5, 6-4; Galo Blanco def. Younes El Avnaoui, 6-j, 6- 2. Wilkinson Crass Court AT ROSMALEN, NETHERLANDS Monday's results First round: Amelie Mauresmo del Alexandra Fusai. 7-5. 6-3. Pelra Kamslra def Sung-hee Park, 6-1, 7-6 (11-9); Judith Wiesner (51 det. 5an-drine Teslud, 6-3, 6-1; Elena Likhovt-seva (7) def. Laurence Courlois, 4-6, 7-5, 6-0; Rita Grande def. Barbara Riltner, 6-7 (7-9), 6-3, 6-4. Wimbledon seeds (Tournament nan Ji if 24-Jutv 7) MEN 1. Pete Sampras 2. Boris Becker 3. Andre Agassi 4. Goran Ivanisevic 5. Yevgeny Kalelnikov 6. Michael Chang 7. Thomas Muster 8. Jim Courier 9. Thomas Enqvist 10. Michael Slich 11. Wayne Ferreira 12. Slefan Edberg 13. Todd Martin, Laming 14. Marc Rosset 15. Arnaud Boelsch 16. Cedric Pioline WOMEN I. Steffi Graf ' 2. Monica Seles 3. Conchita Martinez 4. Aranlxa Sanchez Vlcorlo i Anke Huber 6. Jona Novotna 7. Chanda Rubin 0. Lindsay Davenport 9. Mary Joe Fernandez 10. Manuela Maleeva 11. Brenda Schullz-McCarthy 12. Kimiko Dale 13. Marv Pierce 14. Amanda Coetzer 15. Irina Spirlea 16. Martina Hingis HAZEL Ir'ARK Monday's results lst-S2VXI, dm. trot 139 25 Tis Four Sure (Kramer) S80 2 60 2 80 Superman's Ghosl (Copeland) 2.40 2.60 Y F Chip (Young) 4.0O Devil O'Mine, Rompaway Neal, Sasha-baw, Speedv Dandy. Scralch: Lellers From HiN, Klllasnandra. Perfect (3-7) paid S13J0 Trttecta (3-7-6) paid VIM 2nd-S2400, cond poor. 159 175 ShiawavSkeeiix(WaKs)ll.60 4.80 3.40 Kiki Hanover (RankkUr.) 3.40 3.40 Wilson Wiper (Moody) 6.20 Heaven Sent Him, Eric Lance, Earnies Loong Gone, Ardicks Dream, John Cody's Speed Scratch: Roman Falcon. Perfecta (3-8) paid S29J0 Trttecta (3-8-4) paid S2S9.40 Daly Double (3-3) paid S31J0 3rd-S4,000, cond trot 203 15 Fleet Dream (Kramer) 3.20 2.80 2.40 Send A Message (AAe.Dokev) 660 6.60 Such A Calch (Lacv) 6.20 Slra Kali Rosanne, Coneys Super Son, Brass Ring, J J Addasurvivor. Scratched: Husllin'For Home, Crockadoockedo. Perfecta (3-7) paid S2S.60 Trttecta (3-7-9) paid S20I.00 4th-t400, dm. pace: 200 Asti Spill (A.Mcllmrrv) 65.20 11.00 580 Purse In Mv Pocket (Wallis) 3.80 3.00 Angles Energy (Otlen) 2.80 Pugnacious Style, Neptune's Garden, Hawaiian LiU, Chancy Todd, Heavenly Charm, Mm-mm Energlier. Perfecta (9-3) paid 134129 1st HaH Trl-Supor (9-3-7) paid 1J9040 5th-s&t00, cond trot 204 4S CrfrenRedRoan (Slrrtl)lSOO 7.60 380 Porsches Pride (Young) 320 2.60 Indian River (Kramer) 4.20 Incredible M A. Foreign Exchange, Kendal Worlhv, As The Work! Turns, Tormmson Road. Scralch: LaureH'shardv. Perfecta (5-3) pok) 145.40 Tritecta (5-3-4) paid S 168.00 Trt-Super carryover 19,557,41 iti-SMOO, cond pace: 21l 15 Helman Hanover ICaWe)3A0 3.00 2.80 Roger Rven (Kramer) 600 3.20 Petrol (Hennessey) 3.40 Noel's Mist, Dance Smartly, Brooklets Riggs, Easy Ride, Black Arch, Henry J. Perfecta (4-3) paid S14.20 Trttecta (4-3-2) paid S3&O0 Superfecta (4-3-2-4) paid S199J0 7i-U,700, cond trot 2D3 25 Mm Sonnet) (Hunter r 1 5.40 3.60 2.80 Mickey OG (T.Clark) 31 260 Tiger Hugh ISIImer) 4.00 Uncle Roadrunner, Secret Promise, Dreamy Score, Invisible. Dashing Face. Scratch: Brillican. Perfecta (1-2) pok) S15.20 Trttecta (1-2-7) paid S73J0 Hh-S600, dm. pace 1:59 AS Im Tempted (Rankin,Jr.)7.40 3.80 2.20 Davlon Target (Moody) 400 2.60 P V Herma (Kramer) 2.40 Sand Torra, Never Enough, Kaiak Hanover, Lolty Heights, Earnie'sSupreme, Tire Kicker. Perfecta (1-7) paid S25.00 Trttecta (1-7-2) paid s7.40 9th-t4,900, cond pace: 1S8 15 Merson Comers (Hnnssy)5.20 4.20 3.20 Hidden Persuader (Kramer) 5J0 3.80 Gone To Tucson (James) 6.00 Bloomln'Riol, P G Treasure Pacer, Forever Rainbows, Jale's Image, Flying Fury, Incredible Style. Perfecta (3-1) paid SI9.20 Trttecta (3-1-7) paid 255U Suptrtecta (3-1-7-2) paid H04.20 IOth-13,700, dra pc 159 275 Ben Ben (Wallis) 4J0 3.40 2.60 Kentucky Dream (Goethe) 5.20 3.40 Luren Lee (MSweenev) 160 Nuke's Metesiv, Friend Indeed, Store Fronl, Comanche Dancer, Five O, Fabulous Manners. Perfecta (2-4) paid 132.00 Tritecta (2-4-3) paid till JO lllh-S200, dm. pocet 159 35 ASaluteToLdy (Rtchfrd22.80 3.60 3.00 Speed Baron IWalis) 3.00 2.20 Free FeUa (J.Wrishl) 2.40 Punished, Heading Uptown, R W Easy Money, Fodder And Mudder, Depth Cnerge. Scratch: Ergometer. Perfecta (8-1) pah) U2J0 Trttecta (1-1-4) pok) 1309.29 Windsor Sunday's results 121-12,300, dm. peer 158 35 Dumb Bumtv (Rnkn) 21.40 1360 1 30 Nova Express (Cilen) 8.10 4?0 Gatehouse Atlas (Wallis) 3.50 Trlactor (9-7-4) paid S26S.30 Exactor (9-7) paid 1114J0 Late Double (4-9) paid 159.70 Attendance: 1,251. Handle: 1723,373. GOLF Koles-in-one Eli Ridge: Dr. Renakto Jensen, 58, Farm. Hills, lSIti hole, 151 yards, 4-Ircfl.shol 96 for 18 holes, second ace in 20 years Fox Hohv Bob Birks, 63, South- field, 2nd hole, 130 varoi, i-wvn. Glacier Tony Charette, 16th he, 125 yards, pitching wedge, shot 48 for nine holes, first ace. lerosso ao; jum tww.w ,j, Grosse lie, 6th hole, 160 yards, S-lron, hot m tor nine notes, rirst ma. Kammatot Dan Murray, 42, Livonia, 15th hole, 169 yards, 6-iron, second ace m n yean. masjwrc duw dia, n, .miwi, 2nd hole, 140 vardt, l-lron, shot 36 for nine, fourth ace. Maple Lane Albert Dkxordl, Warren, 3rd hole-Weil, 141 yardi, 5-Iron, shot 38 tor nine hotel, first ace; Steve Houser, 33, Sterling Heights, 5111 hole-Eost, 125 yards, pitching wedge, ihot 39 for nine holes, llnl act in nin years; Fouad srour, warren, om now-North, 130 yards, o-lron, llnl ace. Partridge: William Bel, 5th hole (north), 176 yards, S-lron, shot 43 for nine holes, ftrsl ace. Rarntraer: Jim Byrne, 56, Rochester Hills, 8th hole, 106 yards, weds, shot 81, first ace in 30 years. Tavtor Meadowy Harold Dodson, 60, Taylor, 12th hole, 135 yards, wedge, shot 77 lor 18 holes, fourth act). Wooovandsr Jay Caie, Dearborn Heights, 17th hole, 125 yards, wedge, shot 78 for 18 holes, second ace. World Golf Rankings The ranking Is cernputed on a three-year roeing basis weighted toward the current year. Players earn points based on tounstftienl grade, Intsh and 1. Greg Norman, Am. ...... 2. Colin Montgornerk), Sco. 3. Ernie Els, S.A. . 4. Nk Price, Zlm 5. Corey Pavln, U.S. 6. Fred Couples. US. . 7. Nick Fakto, Eng. 8. Masashi Ozaki, Japan - 9. Bernhard Langer, Gar. 10. Mark CMeara, US. - 12.20 . 10.11 ... 9.68 9.53 8.81 1.74 .. 867 - US 7.24 - 6.93 Windsor Bid Rayle's selectkms Post Umtr. 7:30. Bent but: Jean Machine (1 1th) Inside track: Box 2-3-6 exac tor (7th) Itt-ttJOO, dm. pace (83,000): 5-Store Alarm 6-4-5 4-Act Throe 1-4-1 Kerr 7-Dtxe6oobvScbs 1-7-1 Henry 1- Fancy Seelsler 5-2-f) Johnson 2- Raln Dance M!tfy8-!-7 Charlton 3- Mlrade KWean 6-5-6 Borneau e-Chocolallne Ell 2-9-5 Warns -Miss Leva 7-1-2 Gal 9-SmsrrsUStar 3-4-3 Horner 2nd-13,000, cond. trot: 4-AheedOfHHTTme 2-7-9 -Minister Of Dam4-S-I 4-Baltic Glory 4-1-7 1- Kawartha AndrewS-4-4 2- CrwningPtsra 4-7-6 3-Maggie HM S-Brlghlon Lobe 7 Rosabel Gkmv 9 Lazers Rambo 39mu CM Kerr 1-3-8 Rankin 1- 4-7 a-S-7 2- 1-1 Uovd Henry Bako TRACK U.S. Olympic Trials MEN 400 METERS imMMH (Tan four each heat ad vance) Heat t: 1, Atvin Herrlson-q, Serines, CaM 44.43 leconds. 2, Mi chael jonmon-a, waco, Texas, 44.81. i, uumcy vvotts-Q, LOS Angeles, 45, ig. e, Anmuan rvwyoerm-q, irvine, cant., 4S.11. i. Antonio Pettkirew. Raleiah. N.C, 44 19. 6, Andrew Valmon, Silver spring, Md 45.84. , Obea Moore, Highland Park, CaM., 46.01. 1, Leonard Byrd, San Antonio, Texas, 46.15. Host 2 1. LaMont Smifrt-o, Santa Monica, Calif., 44.51. 2, Butch Reyn- otdt-a. weitervme. Ohio. 44.5a. 3. Derek MMs-q, Allanta, 44.65. 4, Jason Rouser-g, Tulsa, Okla.. 44.77. 5, Calvin Harrison, Safeiat, CaW., 44.78. 6, Deon Minor, Waco, Texas, 45JJ2. 7, Jerome Young, Hartford, Corn, 45.57. 1, Tony fvuoer, vvoco, lexas, 40.04, HAMMER THROW Ouaefvtng (Top twolv advance) Group A: 1, Lance Deal-q, Eugene, Ore., 240 feet. 2, Kevin McMa-hon-a, Washington, O.C., 233-5. 3, John Wafker-4, South Boston, Mass., 227-9. 4, Mark McGenearty-a, Providence, R.I., 223-1 5, Gerald IngaHs-q, South Windsor, 6m, 219-11. 6, Marvin WiMamt-o,, Los Angeles 216- I. 7, Craig Carter-q, Smithfwid, Utah, 215-10.1, PalEgan,Klngslon,R.I.,213- II. V, Jell Nepotttano, Cortlandt Manor, N.Y., 208-6. 10, Matt Shaffer, Spokane, Wash, 203-6. 11, Robert DDIs, Davis, CaW., 196-t Peter Cvr, ArHnglun, Va., no mark. Lou Chlsari, New Hyde Park, N.Y., did not start. Group B: 1, Dave Popeioy-q, La Jolla, CaM., 232-5. 2 Brian Murer-q, DanvWe, lnd 222-S 3, Steve Dering-q, Cmiw Am tmj A I tuvaNr, wc, li i col-q, Eugene, Ore., 220-1. 5, Sean McGehearty-q, Providence, R.I., 216-2. 6, Scott McGee, Eugene, Ore., 213-9. 7(Jlephen Desanlis, San Diego, Calif., 208-11. t. Ken Norlen, Sacramento, CaM., 208-10. 9, John Zera, 207-9. 10, Scotl Sergeant. San Dleoo. CaM.. 207- 6. II, Justin Strand, 200-9. 12, Dennis Kane, Oxford, Ohio, 193-10. 13. Darren Zavler, Canton, Ohio, 193-5. SUNDAY'S RESULTS 400 HURDLES Flneh (Top three quaMy tor Olvrnpic team) 1. Bryan Bronson. Houston. 47.98 seconds. 2. Derrick Adkins. Atlanta. 48.18. 3, Calvin Davks, Boston, 48.32 4, Eric Thomas, Garrison, Texas, 48.54. 5, Torrance Zellner, Baltimore, 48.65. 6, Stephen Flenoy, Woodland Hills, Calif., 48.74. JAVEUH Finals (Tap aVa ojuaflfy far OMrtpic team) 1, Todd Riech, Fresno, CaW., 268 , 7 Inches. 2. Tom Pukstvs. Providence. R.I.. 267-8. 3. Breaux Greer, Monroe, La., 262-5. POLE VAULT Fitati (Tap tire make Olympic team) 1. Lawrence Johnson. Chesa peake. Va.. 19-0'.. 2. Jeff Hartwki. Jonesboro, Ark., 19-0'. 3, Scott Huffman, Lawrence, Kan., lS-S'i. 00 METERS 3rd-15,000, cond. pace: -TntentGM 6-4-1 7-Southom Acconts 5-3-1 S-Mz Tombov 9-2-6 1-MkmLadvLghl 1-3-7 2- PJ Tessa 3- Armbro Ocala 4- Darlno KlUean 6-AnthrKsbyShow 5-2-4 9-Kolopore S A l-t-4 McKght 2-7-4 5-1-1 r-7-a CuHsn Davk Jhnson Rankin Bako Rsbrry 4ti-14,000, cond. pec 1 rjfspntdChelc 5- Hurt Man 2- My Easy Dear 3 Amazon Howel 4- SlopTheMaoneu 6- GoktenNukes 7- ToBeTheBesl Topfun 9-Bourbon BBy M- -M 1-7-4 4-4-5 ra M-4 7--3 4-4-3 waat Davit Pfroskl Trooea Jar dine Jhnstn Rankin Cuten 51-14,000, cond. trot: 1- Gudattan 4-Levy Hanover 4- Top Tenor 2- BeDefiekl Bentl 3- WndorousWllie 5- Sty Ty 7-J N Avakm BornToScor 4-3-9 3-2-6 4-4-1 4-4-2 Henry 3-5-4 Rsbrry 8-3-3 Agneao 7-1-1 1-1-2 Kerr Zlrnti 61-13400, cond. pat -LOe Andrea 0 OevfhSuperStar 1- Tanaee Girt 1 BrdoewdBrbara 4-Walch Your Step 5 Elaine Cameron 7-Mike Jenna 1 Simone Signorat 9-Klss Me Cassia 9 8 8 Kerr J-l-7 PI 5-1-t Jhn 4-9-8 Horner 3-1-2 McLean 5-5-4 Trooea 4- 4-1 Wain -4-4 Jhnstn 5- 1-3 Hndrsn 71-13,700, dm. pace (17J)00): 1-P F Freda M-l Cuten 1-ConlMentiaaTy M-l Hardy 6-EIfTialRomancr6-1-8 Hndrtn 1-Bal kwhoePunch 3-7-4 Hrner 4- WhatsUpJock 7-4-7 McLean 5 LorxjTlrneCornlng 4-4-4 Rankin 7-CObelt 4-l-t Kerr -PrcdWlthCautlon 24 Chrttn -Sklp Akiyt Dream8--7 Jhnstn tth-14,000, cond. p l-A Js Nuke 9-ttethv Nukes 5 JazmThrBkies 2 Forever Makntlc 1 Zooropa 4 TantaHonJmbrat 4 Fax Appeal 7-Hazet Seelsler -TIIVTrap 1-x-x 1-4-1 Mdntife 4-4-4 Rank) 4- 7-1 Jarvkj 5- 5-4 Johnston 2-2-5 Mnsfld i-t-7 Hornar 5-8-9 McLean Charlton 9i-S3,000, cond. pace: 1-BomarSuztfta S-4-8 5-BotOfOroerni 1-7-4 9-Music Not 7-M 1-DorxSalesDectslon 1-2-7 j 1 nmsvwi-oegee 7-3-1 4 ao ianov 4-SwthertSahbra 7-WhlslKng Spirit J-5- 7-5-1 4-7-1 -Idanmedhrdltrnl 2-2-1 Hamm Trooea Cuaan Duford Rankin Horner 101-15,000, cond. pace: 9-LaoV Nukes 1-1-1 I-Armbro Notkaa 1.1.1 7-Snowi1 KBean 1-2-1 Jhnstn z t v rotnioexteria l-t-o Cuaan 3-Oueen Diana 1-7-7 Johnson oooiactnoaDV 5 Perfect Prim 6 Black Lealher -Lovely KWean 2-3-4 Wrav 8-4-1 McLean 4-5-2 Rankin 4-8-1 Jarvli Ui-12J00, dm. pac 7-SthvndAli)ty Gourmet Joe 2 Wlndv KMoan 3 Corky N 4 SorngTmeAslHey 5 Fort Courage 6 Hot Cameleon 9-Surf N Sand I (16JJ00): 1-9-1 Duford 1-1-5 Rankti 1-1-4 Tropoa 1-4-4 Hardy 4-4-3 Charlton 7-4-4 Wray 4--9 Foklnt 1-8-4 Cuten 7-3-1 Hndrsn Latest L:;e Home team In CAPITALS Clantr-Cuhrer AMERICAN LEAGUE Oakland, -120 DETROIT, 110 AAI TIMnPC .11C t 1 u, CLEVELAND', -185 BoVm: .75 SEATTLE, -120 Toronto, 110 CALIFORNIA, -130 CMcnol 120 NATIONAL LEAGUE ATLANTA, -165 San Diego, 155 Lnn.uu, -ma los Angetes, -105 COLORADO, -105 Montreal, -105 nwaiun, -i cncmnati, 125 PITTSBURGH, -1 New York, 120 ST. LOUIS, -125 Phltaoelohla, 115 SAN FRANCISCO, -130 Florida, 120 HOW TO READ THE BASEBALL LINE: The favored learn Is Iktpd llnl : the nyiwi UtlMi In h rlnhi nt th IjiunrtfH loam I h, mi - would have to wager to win J WO, the money UsIeH tn the rloM M underdog learn is how much ana wouo win wttn a siuu (Tat lour kt each heat advance) Heat K 1, Johnny Grav-q, Santa Monica, CaW., 1:45.90 seconds. 2, Brandon Rock-q, Rogers, Ark., 46. 18. 3. Mark Everett -a Gakimvllki. re, txuc Heat IS 1, Rich Kenah-q, Arlington, Va., 14.90. 2, Shorn Benefleld-q, Athens, Ga., 1:45.90. 1, Stanley Red-wlne-q, 1:46.14 WOMEN MONDAY'S RESULTS 400 METERS Cwerfernnels (Tap lour each heat advance) Heat 1: 1, KknC-rohem-q, Austin, texos, sum seconds, t. rouianoa Warren-q, Baton Rouge, La., 50.90. 3, Linetta Wifson-q, Hawthorne, CaM., 51.02. 4, Nicole Green-q, Manhattan, Kaa, 51.09. 5, Sttanete Porter, Denver, Colo., 5U5. 4, Denean Howard-Hill, Newtui, Colrl., 51.74. 7, Janeen Jones, Atlanta, 52.49. 1, Suzlann Reid, 54.39. Heat 2: 1, Malcel Makxte-q, GalnesvWe, Fla. 50.15. 2, Jearl Miles -q, Gainesville, Fla., 50.46. 3, Rochelle Stevens-q, Memphis, Tena, 50.65 4, Natasha Kalser-Brovm-q, Columbia, Mo., 51. 18. 5, Michelle Collins, Houston, 52.03. 4, Toya Brown, Philadelphia, 52.27. 7, Donna Howard, Augusta, Ga., 52J7. 1, Monloue Hennagan, Columbia, S C., 52.50. W0 METERS FINAL (Tap tiree quatry lor Olvrnpic team) I, Meredith Ralney, Brooklyn, N.Y., 1 minute 57.04 seconds. 2, Joella , Clark. Somerset, N.J., 1:58.22. 3, Suzy Hamilton, Eugene, Ore., 1:59.04. 4, Kathl Harris-Rounds, Waled Lake, 1: 5, Michelle DiMuro, Eugene, Ore., 1:59.85 4, Allsa Hid, Newton, Mast., 20) 06. 7, Tosha Woodward-Sumner, 2)82. 8, Amy Wickus, Baraboo, Wise., 201.63. SUNDAY'S RESULTS 400 HURDLES Finals (Tw tVee quatry tor Ohmeic team) 1, Kim Batten, Tallahassee, Fla., 53.81 seconds. 2, Tenia Buford-Bailev, Champaign, 18., 53.92. 3, Sandra Farmer-Patrick, Austin, Texai, 54.07. AUTO RACING tttCMLtafcn Top 20 driven and money ynhnert on tie NASCAR Winston Cup circuit tiraugh June 14. POINTS 1, Dale Earnhardt, 1,968. 2. Terry Labonte, 1,916. 3, Jeff Gordon, 1,904. 4, Dale Jarrett, 1,735 5, Ricky Rudd, 1,724. 6, Sterling Martin, 1,616. 7, Ken Schrader, 1,604. 8, Ricky Craven, 1,544 9, Rusty Wallace, 1,537. 10, Ted Musgrave, 1,533. II, Mark Martin, 1,529. 12, Bobby Hamilton, 1,525 13, Michael Waltrkt, 1,479. (4, Bobbv Labonte, 133. 15, Jeff Burton, 1,435 16, Ernie Irvan, 1J68. 17, Jimmy Spencer, 1,363. 18, Jeremy Maylleid, U47. 1, Rick Mail, 145. 20, Kyle Ptrtty, 1 J2H MONEY 1, Jeff Gordon, $1,069,492 2, Dale Jarrett. 1979.355 1 Dale Earnhardt. 975,26o. 4, Terry Labonte, $887,290. 5, Sterling Martin. $605,915. 6, Mark Martin, $587,125 7, Michael Wallrlp, $584,460. 1, Rusly WaHaca, $544,282. 9, Ernie Irvan. $500,532. 10, Ken OlwuW tjOl 00 1 1 DM.u D. vtA 493,712. 12, Bobby Labonte, M79JI5. 13, Ricky Craven, $395,452. 14. Ted Musgrave, $384,997. 15, Jimmy Spencer, 1377,450. 16, Ward Burton, $376,909. 17, Watty Dallenbach, 1363,671. II, Bobby Hamilton, 1359,505 19, Kyle Petty, 1334,905 20, Rick Masl, 330,537. TRANSACTIONS BasebaJ BALTIMORE: Recalled outfielder Mark SmHti from Rochester (AAA); optioned outfielder Jeffrey Hammonds to Rochester. HOUSTON: Activated catcher Tony usebk from Ihe 15-day disabled til; optioned ouHtelder James Mouton to Tucson (AAA). Basketball ATLANTA: Named BID Hanzllk assistant coach. Hockey CALGARY: Announced the retirement of ktfl wing Gary Roberts. Bulls don't get lost in comparisons BY STEVE KORNACKI Free Press Sports Writer CHICAGO Greatness is a never-ending debate. Put the best NBA teams in a lineup, and good luck getting witnesses to agree on the suspect. The Chicago Bulls won a league-record 72 regular-season games and clinched the NBA championship Sunday night against the Seattle SuperSonics, whose 64 regular-season wins are 10th on the all-time list. But was Michael Jordan's fourth title team the best in NBA history? "These Bulls are in the top 10," said Boston Globe columnist Bob Ryan, who has covered the NBA for 27 seasons. "But they are not in the top five. Expansion is a reality; the competition is watered down. "And nobody has a bench anymore. Teams are lucky to have a sixth man of any consequence. So this team has a seat at the table. But they are not the greatest." Other championship teams at the table of greatness? The 1972 Los Angeles Lakers of Jerry West and Wilt Chamberlain. The 1967 Philadelphia 76ers of Chamberlain and Hal Greer. The 1986 Boston Celtics of Larry Bird, Kevin McHale, Robert Parish and Dennis Johnson. The 1992 Chicago Bulls of Jordan and Scottie Pippen. Brent Musburger has called 17 NBA Finals with CBS-TV and now ESPN Radio. Watching these Bulls convinced him they belong with his personal favorites, the '86 Celtics and 1987 Lakers of Magic Johnson, Kar- eem Abdul-Jabbar and James Worthy. Had the Bulls swept Seattle, Mus burger said, "I'd say they are the greatest ever. But they definitely belong with the great teams, and I never expected to say that." Chicago was the only NBA champi on to beat a Finals opponent currently ranked among the top 10 teams in season victories. The Bulls opened with three wins in the Finals before losing twice at Seattle, and then wrapped up the championship Sunday with an 87-75 win. Their average margin of victory over the Sonics was 13.8 points. Best of times- The Chicago Bulls became the only team to beat an NBA Finals opponent currently ranked among the top 10 teams In season victories. Eight of these teams also won the championship. RANK TEAM WINS 1. 1996 Chicago Bulls 72 2. 1972 Los Angeles Lakers .. 69 3. 1967 Philadelphia 76ers... 68 1973 "Boston Celtics 68 5. 1986 Boston Celtics 67 1992 Chicago Bulls 67 7. 1971 Milwaukee Bucks 66 8. 1983 Philadelphia 76ers 65 1987 Los Angeles Lakers .. 65 10. 96 "Seattle SuperSonics 64 Lost to NBA champion New York Knicks in Eastern Conference finals. Lost In NBA Finals to Chicago Bulls. , The Bulls had a record-setting 72-10 season followed by a 15-3 playoff, run. That was a combined 87-13, and nobody has ever topped that, either. It was quite a 100-game run. "It's a new standard," coach Phil Jackson said. "This team established a new level of play, and it's something all teams will have to chase." Most of the Bulls were ready to assume the greatest-ever tag. They even donned T-shirts proclaiming such during the championship celebration. But the one Chicago player hesitant to accept such a title is the one many consider the greatest player ever. "I think that's an unfair assessment," said Jordan, who became the first to win the Finals' Most Valuable Player award four times. "It's too unfair and a discredit to a lot of the old-time teams. People will have opinions for a long time. But I know this: We are the champions of 1996. "The historians will decide our place among the greatest teams, but we certainly accomplished everything we set out to do." These Bulls likely will . become greater over the years, when more expansion further dilutes the NBA and those historians cite two undeniable qualities: No other team has won 70. 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