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cEnroe g John McEnroe served 10 aces as he Jelled over France's Yannick Noah, 6-9j 6-4, 6-1, Friday to give the United Sates a 1-0 lead in the Davis Cup gharterfinals at San Diego. $ In the second match, Andre Agassi afiet Henri Leconte. The series continues with a doubles match today and fro singles matches Sunday, j! McEnroe, ranked sixth in the world arfjter winning two singles titles this year, took control by winning the last $ree games of the first set. f . BASKETBALL The International Basketball Federation voted overwhelmingly PJiday in Munich, West Germany, to alow professional players into the fympics and other world competition. That means the United States, vghich lost the Olympic gold medal in bjsketball with college players in Seoul, can use NBA stars to get it back iS 1992. The U.S. delegation, howev-cast one of the dissenting ballots in the 56-13 vote. Dave Gavitt, president of the Amateur Basketball Associ (First TV game was the start An event that would change al-f'most every aspect of major sports will be commemorated today when Columbia faces Princeton in an Eastern Intercollegiate Baseball League aouDieneaaer in iew iorK. The games will mark the 50th anniversary of the world's first tele-vised sporting event. On May 17, 1939, the same schools met in a doubleheader, and J.NBC's experimental television station in New York aired the second Cgame. Princeton won, 2-1, with the Hate Bill Stern calling the play-by-gylay. Rick Majerus SPORTS TODAY M 3 ' ' ' , I 3- 'Television 11:00 Horee Racing at Detroit Race Course. .11:30 S3 Michigan Outdoors. 111:30 ffi Sportsview Today. Guest: Former Michigan State basketball player Mike . Brkovich. J12:30 p.m. O This Week in Baseball. 1;00 Q Tennis: Family Circle Cup, women's singles semifinals. 5" 2i00 (BED Auto Racing: NASCAR Grand National Budweiser 200. 3:00 O 0) Baseball: Inside Look. Jt 3:00 O D Bowling: Fair Lanes Open from Baltimore. ; 3:15 Q (D Baseball: Los Angeles at Atlanta. , 3:30 O (D) Golf: The Masters (third round) . J 4:30 (E0D Horse Racing: Gotham Stakes, from Ozone Park, N.Y. ; 4:30 o Wide World of Sports. t 5:15 (DST) Horse Racing from Hazel Park. 't 6:00 (EH) Figure Skating: U.S. Pro Championships, Ice dancing, from Orlando, FI& J. 6:00 msn U.S. boxing championships, Colorado Springs. 7:00 O Chuck Daly's One on One. )l 7:00 O Great Lakes Boater. 7:30 O Don Cherry's Grapevine: with Montreal Expos announcer Duke Snider. C 8:00 O NHL Playoffs: Los Angeles at Edmonton. 8:00 BP Red Wings Yearbook. t 3:00 (BeE) Tennis: Davis Cup, quarterfinals, United States vs. France, doubles, San Diego. 8:30 03 Red Wings: Detroit at Chicago. 1:00 mSD Trackside at DRC. rjtadio Jj 1:15 p.m. Tigers: Milwaukee at Detroit, WJR-AM (760) . . 8:05 Blue Jays: Toronto at Texas, CHYR-AM (710) , CHOK-AM (1070). Jj 855 Red Wings: Detroit at Chicago, Game 3, Stanley Cup playoffs, WJR-AM (760) . Detroit area events iBmeball ' Jigers vs. Milwaukee, 1:15 p.m., Tiger Stadium; tickets $10.50, $8.50, $6, $4. Call 962- 4000. lofedo Mud Hens vs. Richmond, 7 p.m. at Ned Skeldon Stadium, 2901 Key St., Maumee, , Ohio; tickets $4, $3, $2.50 ($1 discount for children, senior citizens) . Call 419-893-ZZ 9483. rMarnesi racing pHazel Park Harness Raceway 12 races, 7:30 p.m., Ten Mile at Dequlndre. 398-1000. Haekson Raceway 1 2 races, 7: 30 p.m., at Jackson County Fairgrounds on Ganson Street. tZC (517) 788-4500. HQtedo Raceway Park 12 races, 7:30 p.m., 5700 Telegraph In Toledo. (419) 476-7751. hMpdsor Raceway 11 races, 7:30 p.m., Highway 18 and Sprucewood In Windsor. 961-9545. 'Thoroughbred racing f)jtrolt Race Course 12 races, 1 p.m., Middlebelt and Schoolcraft In Uvonia. 525-7300. SCOREUNES mparts Prion 1-976-1313. 50 cents. fading Una 1-976-2121. Race-by-race results and scratches from DRC and Northville; p . Aqueduct updates. 55 cents. Sjyiday television ripon Q Curling: World championships. Soon (BFD Skiing: U.S. freestyle. 1 2:30 O fD NBA: Chicago at Atlanta. l!00 (BRD Auto racing: Valleydale 500. f0 tjffl) Baseball: Mets at Montreal. fcflS; CJD Baseball: LA at Atlanta. 2:34 CM) Baseball: Pittsburgh at Cubs. 2S3a O O Tennis: Family Circle Cup. 40 0!U Golf: The Masters, final round. 4jrj o Auto Racing: CART Phoenix 200. 4i30 fJSHD Tennis: Davis Cup. fcOO CES) Horse racing from Hazel Park. EDO (BSD Pistons: Milwaukee at Detroit. 00 (BED College baseball: Stanford at 5 Arizona State. I:00 O NHL Los Angeles at Edmonton. :0O Red Wings Yearbook. t$8 US fed Wings: Detroit at Chicago. wins, gives ation of the United States of America, said he bowed to college and high school basketball in voting no. The1 NBA issued a statement in New York that said the league and the players' union are working to develop a framework for players to participate. SPORT IN COURT: Federal jurors in Chicago decided to recess for the weekend before resuming deliberations in the case of sports agents Norby Walters and Lloyd Bloom, accused of signing college athletes to contracts before their eligibility had expired. College Athletics: iowa athletic director Bump Elliott took issue with University President Hunter Rawlings' plan to bar freshmen from participating in sports. In a newspaper interview, Rawlings said he will act unilaterally at of something big Fewer than 400 television sets were in use then, and only one camera was used to cover the game. The New York Herald Tribune reported that the telecast "demonstrated that television was still not quite out of its swaddling clothes, although tremendous strides have been made." Orrin E. Dunlap Jr. of the New York Times didn't think much of the show: "Television is no substitute for being in the bleachers." NBC was satisfied, however, and expanded to major league baseball, on Aug. 26, when the Reds met the Brooklyn Dodgers at Ebbets Field. Sportspeak . . . Dick Hunsaker, named to replace the rotund Rick Majerus as basketball coach at Ball State University: "I can't begin to fill Rick's pants. ... It would take two of me to fill them. But, seriously, Rick is Rick; I'm just going to be me." Los Angeles Dodgers manager Tommy Lasorda, who is trying to lose 20 pounds: "Every time I've i tried to lose weight, I look at that I linguine and say, 'Who's stronger you or me?' And that little clam says, l am. Dodgers first baseman Eddie Murray, after going 0-for-12 with two balls out of the infield in his first three National League games: "I don't think my presence has made a difference in the lineup yet." Official Detroit Tigers LOGO WATCH Mn'i 4 LadiMSvriuQuuti $ Q Q GuuulMd. Phon ordm tocpld QJ EXCLUSIVELY AT: Ceci Orman Jewelry 33216 14 MILE ROAD WEST BLOOMFIELD (313)6S9-SS80 U.S. a lead in Davis Iowa if the NCAA fails to restrict freshmen eligibility within three years. The university was recently stung by testimony at the trial of sports agents Walters and Bloom. Former football star Ronnie Harmon testified he was allowed to take easy courses in order to remain eligible for sports. Rawlings said allowing freshmen to play sports is the root of the academic problem because it sends the message that athletics is more important than education. Elliott said he supports Rawlings' philosophy but not his threat to take unilateral action. . ' College Basketball: Creighton coach Tony Barone announced he had signed an extension of his contract, ending speculation he would take a job at Marquette or elsewhere. Creighton (20-11) won the Missouri Valley Conference title last season. OLYMPICS: Seven of the world's leading drug-testing laboratories have been removed from the International Olym- U-M's Taylor, Brown hurt By Steve kornacki Free Press Sports Writer Michigan's top two quarterbacks injured their throwing hands in spring practice. Demetrius Brown suffered a broken left hand March 30, and Michael Taylor was sidelined Thursday after injuring his right hand. "Brown hit a helmet following through on his throw," U-M coach Bo Schembechler said Friday. "Taylor hit his yesterday. His is not real bad, though. We don't practice today, and I expect Taylor back for Saturday's' scrimmage. "Brown will end up missing the rest of spring ball, about half the workouts. It's not that significant, though. I expect him to start throwing by tile end of May. It broke in the middle of the hand, behind the middle knuckle." Brown led Michigan to four straight victories, including the Rose Bowl, after replacing Taylor last season. , Taylor's right collarbone wad broken Nov. 5 against Minnesota. Brown played injury-free last season after suffering a broken left thumb and a dislocated right thumb in 1987. Underclassmen Elvis Grbac, Wilbur Odom and Ken Sollom are taking extra snaps at quarterback as a result of Brown's injury. Middle guard TJ. Osman (knee) is the only other player sitting out spring practice because of an injury suffered during the drills. 14 Bowling tourney rolling in dough The Greater Detroit Bowling Asso ciation's 76th annual tournament opens today at Thunderbowl Lanes in Allen Park, with the teams shooting for a pretty good chunk of change during a six-week run. Chunky Chocolate has added $10,000 to the prize fund, up $5,000 from its sponsorship last year First place in the regular (handicap) division is $5,000. First place in the classic division (teams averaging more than 951) is worth $2,500. Opening ceremonies are at 2:30 p.m. The tour nament s doubles and singles events are at Pampa Lanes in Warren, and a , senior division is at Bonanza Lanes in Warren. By Matt Fiorito the LIMITED SoHUitt fattklCtMut Mjuitiblt 7',1'AvtliM FREE DELIVERY ::?n s te.tMMCafem '695 Tx PRIOR 8AIB86XCUJDE0 SOCCER TABLES FROM$29995 CONTEMPORARY POOL TABLES 8AVE 30. ANTIQUE STYLED TABLES i99500 FROM LaDAROU'S 34711 DEQUINDRE SOUTH OF 15 MILE TROY 585-3535 MOM, THURS.. FR1 10-8 WED 4 SAT 104 SUNDAY 6 TUESCLOStV . pic Committee's approved list for reasons that include "some small mistakes" in detecting banned substances, said the IOC's top medical officer, Prince Alexandre de Merode. He said labs in Indianapolis, Moscow, Calgary, Helsinki and Rome had been suspended from the register for four months for failing to meet new anti-doping standards. Labs in Zagreb, Yugoslavia, and Magglingen, Switzerland, also were withdrawn after asking not to be considered for future use. BOWLING: Amleto Monacelli of Venezuela led all qualifiers and assured himself of a berth in the championship game today of the PBA Fair Lanes Open at Baltimore. Don Moser qualified second, followed by Ron Bell, Tony Marrese and Philip Ringerer. AUTO RACING: Mark Martin, driving a Ford Thunderbird, won the pole for the Valleydale Meats 500 NASCAR race Sunday at Bristol International Raceway in Tennessee. Guarantees ' Two NBA Blowouts Toniaht! Carries a $2400 Guarantee CALL RIGHT NOW!! NEW 1919 JMMMWII 1M a inn Nil 1 ORDER ggST NOW kpA up'" His Jz mi OEABRATIO Vwi 5000 M MARINE RADIO 7,1,1 SHIMJNO-" T CUDINAI Osuimnno ouamtum , ni WOOD FILLET f??? MISTER TWISTER REQJ"xm RILETKNIFE -SL wmm Cup quarterfinals Ex-Caro coach Donald L. Stamats, former Caro High School coach and athletic director, died Thursday in Caro. He was 84. Stamats, who coached basketball, football, track and baseball, was a member of the Michigan Coaches Hall of Fame and received the Charles E. Forsythe Award in 1984. Funeral services will be 4 p.m. Monday at the First Presbyterian Church in Caro. Visitation is 7-9 p.m. today, 9 a.m.-9 p.m. Sunday and 9-noon Monday at the Collon Funeral Home in Caro. BASEBALL: Bill Bates (3-1) allowed two singles and two walks In seven Innings, leading Eastern Michigan (10-11) to a shutout of Ohio, 6-0. Ohio (4-5) won the second game, 8-3. RHYTHMIC GYMNASTICS: The Oakland Rhythmic Images team, led by state champion Charlent Edwards, a freshman John Deere Mows Down Self-Propelled 4 HP. 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University of Detroit women took victories by Identical 1-0 scores over Evansvllle and Notre Dame In the Midwestern Collegiate Conference tournament at Indianapolis. The Titans, two-time defending champs, play St. Louis at 9:30 am today. . . . Central Michigan righthander Donna Schultz of Webbervllle Is Mid-American Conference pitcher of the week after two victories over Miami of Ohio. Pric "NEW" STX era esmu era". LAWN TRACTOR asalsow $1599 OR $63 PER MONTH Limited Quantities Baed on 19.6 A.P.R. and 32 equal monthly payments. 10 Down 90 DAYS SAME AS CASH $ N l g i j NORTHUNE jZZ DISCOUNT PRICES ON ALL 1 imagau Rapaia 3: Rapaia S smMmt 8I2E 243-$3.47 ea. - I T SIZE4&S$3.87ea. ZjkZ LUHR JENSEN BOMBER "Long-A UNCLE . .iiiiii JOSH tA 1 I f COLOR cIj Jj lL celector VTjf. 9 tROO PORKtttf39tl ZforQ"" I GRUBS wh T m ftHAKESPEAREtviSQfc AFT. MFQ. REBATE 0 REG.OS ' wfe.fcOjF 1 PLANO6303 PLANO707 REO. 17.95 M ' J65MI B MX J HP mm d 9 mm

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