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Daily News (Newspaper) - May 25, 1990, Huntingdon, Pennsylvania The daily news Huntingdon Saxton mount Union Orbisonia a Friday May 25 1990 Page 5 Coleman Homer wins by Tom Withers up sports writer Vince col pm an normally sprints around the bases thursday he trotted Coleman the speedy St Louis outfielder blasted a two run Home run in the 12th inning to lift the cardinals to a 32 Victory Over the san Francisco giants its one Way you wont get dirty Coleman said that stealing four bases the easy Way Coleman who has 492 career steals and just 11 homers in five seasons went 3for4 walked twice and stole a base for the cardinals its like a childhood dream Cole Man said youre up in the Bottom of the 12th and you hit a Home run to win the game it was a Jubi lating feeling running around the base paths i told Terry Pendleton before i went up that if i had the Opportunity id swing for the fences it was 31 and he had to come in with a fastball i took my rip and i hit it out for a Home run Coleman second Homer of the season which stayed just inside the left Field foul pole came against de Vosberg 01 i knew it was out the minute he hit it St Louis manager Whitey Herzog said its funny How the Ball carries belter in this Park Down the line but it does Vince has been ripping the Ball lately he hit two doubles last night wednesday and Hes been rutting it harder than anybody else we have the cardinals had been shut Down by giants relievers on one hit Over 5 23 innings before Coleman Homer i didst know if wed Ever score again Herzog said Frank Dipino 10 benefited from Coleman shot to pick up the Victory elsewhere in the National league los Angeles pummelled Chicago 156 Cincinnati blistered Montreal 71 san Diego nipped new York 54 and Philadelphia topped Atlanta 84 in the american league it was Oakland 13 Milwaukee 1 Boston 4 Kansas City 1 Chicago 5 Baltimore 3 Texas 3 Detroit 2 Minnesota 5 new York 4 Cleveland 5 Seattle 3 and California 4 Toronto 3 in 11 innings dodgers 15 cubs 6 at Chicago Lenny Harris and Mike Scioscia drove in four runs each to Power a 20hit attack that carried the dodgers to their highest run total of the year Scioscia and Juan Samuel went 4 for 5 with a Solo Homer Fernando Valenzuela 43 won his first Road game in three starts allowing six hits Over six innings Les Lancaster 32 gave up eight hits and eight runs Over innings reds 7 expos 1 at Montreal Ron Oester Eric Davis and Todd Benzinger each had two rib to Power the reds Ron Robinson 21 allowed four hits Over six innings for the Victory the reds scored four runs in the second off Montreal starter Kevin Gross who dropped to 53 padres 5 mets 4 at new York Andy Benes allowed three hits collected his first two hits of the season and drove in two runs to Pace the padres Benes 44 gave up three runs two walks and struck out four Craig Lefferts pitched the final two innings for his sixth save the padres roughed up mets starter Frank Viola 72 for five runs and eight hits Over 3a innings Phillies 8 braves 4 at Philadelphia von Hayes Home red tripled and drove in four runs to Lead Philadelphia to its third straight Victory Bruce Ruffin 34 gave up six hits and three runs in five innings Marvin Freeman allowed two hits Over the final four innings for his first major league save Marty Clary 13 suffered the loss Len Dykstra went 3for5 for the Phillies to increase his major league leading batting average to 411 Canseco has 2 homers by april Alfarano up sports writer Jose Canseco blasted two homers and garnered a major achievement for himself and teammate Dave Stewart As Well with his second Homer Canseco tied Detroit Cecil fielder at 17 to Lead the major league in Home runs in route to Oakland 131 thrashing of Milwaukee thursday with four hits he drove in three runs and scored four times to help Pitcher Dave Stewart 81 to his major league leading eighth win Canseco is confident he will improve on his 1988 season when he became the Only player in major league history to hit 40 homers and steal 40 bases in one year nothing is impossible said Canseco anything can happen for Jose Canseco if i keep hitting Home runs and i hit 70 5050 50 homers and 50 steals dont matter 1 never set limitations on myself Stewart agrees this could be another record break ing year for Jose said Stewart he looks much belter than he did in the 4040 season Stewart pitched seven innings allowing five hits and sinking out six he is on target to fulfil a Streak of his own winning at least 20 games the last three seasons in starting to throw the Ball with More control Stewart said i feel like in pitching belter in on track to win More games than i did last year loser Tom Filer 23 allowed four runs in the first including Canseco initial Home run which put the As ahead 20 Oakland added two More on a single by Mark Mcgwire a double by Dave Henderson Canseco rib infield out and an rib infield hit by Steinbach we walked too Many Guys and didst keep the Ball in the Park Mil Waukee manager Tom tre Belhom said we were never a Factor you have to contain things from the Mound and we didst we didst play Good defense in other american league games Boston pounded Kansas City 41 Chi Cago Defeated Baltimore 53 Texas edged Detroit 32 Minnesota nipped new York 54 Cleveland beat Seattle 53 and California tripped Toronto 43 in the National league it was St Louis 3 san Francisco 2 los Angeles 15 Chicago 6 Cincinnati 7 Montreal 1 san Diego 5 new York 4 and Phi Ladelphia 8 Atlanta 4 red sox 4 royals 1 Ai Boston Luis Rivera knocked in two runs Loback the five hit pitching of Roger Clemens lifting the red sox Clemens 72 struck out seven and walked one to improve his career record to 101 against the royals Mark Gubicza 25 gave up nine hits walked four and struck out three White sox 5 orioles 3 Ai Baltimore Ron Kittle capped a five run fourth inning with a three run Home Nighti to Power Chicago Scott Radinsky 40struck out the Side in the l fifth inning in Relief of Jack Mcdowell who gave up five hits and two runs in four innings Jay Tibbs 25 gave up five consecutive hits in the fourth inning rangers 3 tigers 2 at Detroit Rafael Palmeiro Lead off Homer in the seventh inning broke a tie and Charlie Hough and two relievers combined for a three hitter lifting Tex As Palmeiro hit a 21 Pilch to snap a 22 tie on the fourth hit allowed by Frank Tanana 33 Hough 52 survived eight walks by striking out four and allowing three hits twins 5 Yankees 4 at Minneapolis Shane Mack raced Home from third base on Gary Grettis base loaded groundnut with one out in the ninth inning pacing Minnesota Rick Aguilera 11 picked up the win despite allowing the Yankees to tie the score with two runs in the ninth Aguil Era gave up two runs on four hits Over innings Greg Cadaret 14 pitched one inning giving up two Hils and one run indians 5 mariners 3 at Seattle Candy Maldonado snapped a tie with a Home run in the eighth inning and Doug Jones picked up his major league leading 15th save helping Cleveland snap a fou game losing Streak Jesse Orosco 32 replaced starter John Farrell and picked up the Victory with a perfect seventh inning Seattle starter Matt Young dropped to 15 Angels 4 Blue jays 3 at Anaheim Calif Johnny rays rib double in the 1 Ullh inning lifted the Angels to their fourth straight Victory despite allowing Toronto to tie the game in the top of the ninth Bryan Harvey 21 earned the win Tom Henke 01 took the loss indy practice is routine by Bob Keim up sports writer Indianapolis up no one spun no one hit the Wall from a spectators Point of View thursday the final Day of practice for the Indianapolis 500 want very exciting for the Drivers and mechanics preparing for sundays 74th running of the worlds biggest race a Boring Day was Welcome the two hour practice session marked the final time the 33 cars in the race will be on the 25milc track until sunday and while the afternoon May have lacked exc Ciment it was productive Drivers were Able to run their race setups with full fuel tanks and also got a Chance to see How cars handled while running with another machine the teams that were satisfied with their performances thursday can go into the race with Confidence those who struggled face the troubling Prospect of trying to sort out their difficulties during the race its been a while since weve been in the car said Rick Mears it tunes you up Loo it was Good the car came out pretty Well we didst have to make a lot of changes golfers can still sign up its not too late for persons interested in Golf or just supporting a Good cause to sign up for an 18hole medal tournament saturday at the par74 mount Union american legion country club All proceeds will Benefit the mount Union area education Trust scholar ship the entry fee is per person and includes greens fee there will be divisions for both men and women with 80 percent Handicap used in computing the scores tournament tickets will go on Sale at the acc pro shop saturday starting at am the potential for disaster always is an underlying theme to the final Day of practice for any incident that severely damages a car Means the end of any realistic Hopes of winning the race in 1986 George Snider and Roberto Moreno had to Start in the last Row in backup cars after accidents on carburetion Day and Dennis Firestone wreck knocked him out of the race and allowed first alternate Dick Simon to get into the Field in 1987 Emerson Fittipaldi started last after wrecking his car in practice and a fonts car had to be repaired after suffering major damage in a turn one incident i Dindl want to do anything that could cause problems and keep you out of the race Mears said the fastest Lap of the Day was turned in naturally by Mears a five time pole Sitter and three time Champion who will Start sunday in the Middle of terms voted out of 91 Cage tourney Myrtle Beach Scupi the Atlantic coast conference voted thursday to exclude Maryland from its 1991 mens basketball tournament because of sanctions placed on the program in Early March by the Mcaa the major reason for the move was the stipulation in the terrapins two year probation that prohibits the team from appearing on live television since the 1991 acc tournament will be Tele Vised in its entirety the league said it had Little Choice but to keep Maryland out Maryland is appealing the severity of the sanctions imposed for wide ranging violations under the tenure of former coach Bob Wade the acc decision could be reversed if the Mcaa rein states Maryland right to appear on live television next season the acc and lbs wednesday agreed on a oneyear 11game television contract Worth about million Bill Walsh the front Row Mears was clocked at 222750 Mph in his Pennzoil Penske Chevrolet thursday other fast laps were posted by Fitti Paldi 221593 Michael Andretti 220496 Arie Luyendyk 220135 Mario Andretti 220097 and Geoff Brabham 219855 thirty four Drivers including first alternate Salt Walther took a run on the track Rookie Scott Goodyear completed the 10000th prac Tice Lap of the month about 40 minutes into the practice session i was 220 Mph that was not far off Luyendyk said they Mears and Fittipaldi always seemed to be 1 or 2 Mph quicker than us in surprised How Long they ran we ran about 20 laps and scrubbed some tires actually Luyendyk ran 12 laps Mears 15 and Fittipaldi 20 a total of 520 laps were completed thursday covering 1300 Miles and Raul Boeselt 30 laps were the most of the Day if the weather is like this at least we know on full tanks How much Down Force we need and How much stagger said Fittipaldi when asked what he hoped to get out of the practice one Driver who May have wanted to get More out of thursdays practice is Ai Unser or who has been unable to regain the Speed he showed in practice that made him one of the favourites to capture the pole after being forced to Wail a week to qualify and boldly predicting he would win the pole Unser qualified at 220920 Mph and has yet to approach his pre qualifying efforts in the 228 Mph Range his Best Lap thursday was 219593 Mph the seventh fastest time of the Day the slowest time of the d a by a Driver in the race was turned in by John Paul or in a lol Buick who even break the 200 Mph Barrier the West Palm Beach Fla resident was clocked at 199991 Mph beating Only Walther who turned a fast Lap of 198483 Mph into 49ers ownership Irving Texas up the nil has ordered a hearing next month to determine whether the ownership Struc Ture of the two time defending super bowl Champion san Francisco 49ers is in violation of league bylaws commissioner Paul Tagh Abue announced thursday if Tagliabue decides the 49ers Are in violation of league rules he said he is authorized to Fine the 49ers As much As and take away draft choices there was no indication however the situation would reach such a drastic end since Tagliabue said he was doubt Ful the 49ers had a competitive Edge because of their ownership on the last Day of 1986 the 49ers became a subsidiary of the Debartolo corp a multipurpose company owned by Edward j Debartolo or the league for Many years has had a policy that teams should be owned by companies that Are involved Only in the football business Tagliabue said at the end of a today meeting of nil owners the original concept had to do with competitive balance it had to do with the idea that the resources of each team competing within the framework of the league should be the resources that they have from their foot Ball operations ticket Revenue Tele vision Money and Revenue sharing they should not have companies Wilh outside business responsible for running teams in this instance the Debartolo corp is at least indirectly responsible for the operating of the 49ers since the team is essentially a subs Sidary of the Debartolo corp this has been the nil policy there Are other sports Wilh different approaches in basketball the kicks Are owned by Paramount communications Turner broadcasting owns teams in football and basketball a Beer company owns the St Louis cardinals in baseball Ted Turner owns the nabs Atlanta Hawks and baseballs Atlanta braves Tagliabue said nil owners want to ensure the future of the league is protected by seeing that All teams oper ate under the same rules i told the membership the matter of whether the 49ers Are in violation or not in conformity with the bylaws would be something i would be investigating Tagliabue said i have the authority to Fine them up to if i conclude there Are competitive imbalance aspects As a result of their ownership Structure i could also order fines involving the forfeiture of draft choices anything More than would have to be approved by the executive committee we Are going to have a hearing in mid june in my office on whether the exist ing Structure is in violation of the bylaws Tagliabue said the recent history of1 the 49ers should suggest they have not built a competitive Edge through their corporate organization prior to the time of the change of their Structure Tagliabue said they had won two super bowls and four or five division titles they had developed a player named Joe Montana a player named Jerry Rice and a coach named Jordan bulls mum following outburst by Ian love up sports writer Chicago up Michael Jordan remained mum thursday Over an uncharacteristic outburst against his Chicago teammates i fact All the bulls bolted after prac Tice and refused to meet with either a National Media contingent on a Confer ence Call or Wilh those who assembled to cover their practice Chicago coach Phil Jackson said there was no need to worry his team has dealt with Jordans criticisms and Wilh their two losses to the Detroit Pis tons and will be ready for game 3 of the Eastern conference finals on saturday the mood is Good Jackson said our spirit is Fine but there is lingering doubt about How the team will react when play finally resumes after a i reeday Layoff for National television when Jordan questioned his teams heart at halftime of game 2 tuesday they responded with their Best play of the series but by the final period Chicago again succumbed to Detroit pressure defense Jordan has not spoken publicly since i think the team reacted the Way it should when the Captain demands something from them Jackson said Hes got the Righi to do it if we cant take a Little adversity when the going gels Lough then we Are not in the Hunt in the right Way anyone who was offended by something like that Doest have a conscience the bulls spent a major portion of their practice reviewing film and work ing on ways to mount an offensive attack against the pistons they arc shooting a dismal 39 percent in the first two games the pistons Are allowed to play hands on defense said Jackson when they do that they inhibit move ment in the course of the game we have to insist our players continually move because they the Piston defenders have their hands on them there is no question that our strength has been our dribble drive and gelling to the Basket off the dribble but their strength is that they dont allow you to get on the move Jackson also said he expected the three Days off to allow Jordan and John Paxson to be near full recovery from their ailments Jordan injured his hip and wrist in game 1 and Paxson has been playing with a sprained ankle the pistons Aiso resumed practice after a Day off thursday but the session was More succinct and upbeat i figured it out the other Day Detroit coach Chuck Daly said in the last 33 months we have played Over 300 games so our meetings tend to be very Brief of course being up 20 in a by Stop sevens erics makes it harder to find fault still Daly is a coach and he finds causes for concern whenever possible we think Jordans tirade and Post game actions challenged his teammates to stand up and be counted Daly said we Are looking for a very emotional game from them the pistons won the first two games despite struggling offensively they shot just 42 percent from the Field in game 1 and 46 percent in game 2 i stated to our Guys that the series now starts said Daly who also made the same statement before the first two games in looking at both teams holding serve then it becomes a three game series we have not played All that Well Overall but we Hope we respond the Way we have All year hopefully we can withstand the onslaught the Over All Din at Chicago stadium makes it so you literally cant hear yourself think we would love to be Able to sneak away with one game suns disappointed but still confident three share Early Lead Atlanta in Marietta a up Larry Mize whose grandest moment in Golf occurred 150 Miles from Here three years ago at the masters shot a 6underpar 66 thursday to tie austra Lian Wayne Grady and unheralded Steve Lowery for the first round Lead in the million Atlanta classic the four shared a two stroke Lead Mize a native georgian Sank a 150foot Chip shot to beat another australian Greg Norman in the 1987mas lers but although he was third or better three times in a four tournament Span earlier this year Mize has not won a tournament in three years in not frustrated at All despite so Many chances Mize said thursday after sinking a 35foot Eagle Chip and four birdies i enjoy playing Good rounds Early in a tournament it gets your Confidence up i got a lot out of my round that was my first Eagle of the year in Happy to be at 6 under Grady who also had an Eagle finished five hours earlier than Mize he was 7under until missing an 8foot Par putt on his final Hole Ive been playing Well for months consistently without much happen ing said Grady who has earned so far this year with Only two top 10 finishes i feel like in ready to do something so i have to believe it May Start Here id had no fond memories of Atlanta until last year when i also shot 66 in my morning round the greens Are fas Ter than i remembered them Lowery who has not been a member of the pea tour since losing his card after his Only full Lime tour year in 1988 went to 6 under after 11 holes and shot Par the final seven holes by Mike Barnes up sports writer Phoenix up after blowing a 22point Lead in game 2 the Phoenix suns returned Home thursday disappointed disheartened and strangely confident they can still beat the port land Trail blazers in the Western con Ference final series despite their demoralizing 108107 loss wednesday night the suns figure they dropped the first two games of the Besto seven series by Only three Points and the next two game stake place at their veterans memorial Coli Seum Friday night 10 pm not and sunday we now know we can win in port Kevin Johnson said in explain ing Phoenix reason for optimism now we have to win at Home so we can get Back there and prove it the suns Are further encouraged by the fact they had the last shot in each game after Kevin Duckworth and Terry Porter pushed Portland ahead in the closing seconds Mike Mcgee jumper was blocked by Danny Young in game 1 and Eddie Johnson under pressure from an onrushing Jerome Kersey was off target in game 2 they did what they had to do they won two games in their building Phoenix Center Mark West said now we have to win two in ours the suns who have not lost three straight games All season beat Portland in two of the three meetings at Home this year the Trail blazers though took the last one winning 128120 in overtime april 18 Phoenix must win Friday night if it is cancer claims Augie Donatelli Tampa Fla up August j Augie Donatelli a National league Umpire for 24 years died thursday of cancer he was 76 Donatelli Umpire 10 no hitters worked five world series and was behind the plate when Don Drysdale consecutive scoreless inning Streak came to an end in 1968 he was the driving Force behind the umpires Union which started in 1964 Donatelli born in Bakerton a started As an Umpire when he was a Pris Oner of War during world War u his plane was shot Down Over germ any and he suffered an ankle injury As a result he was sidelined from the prison Camps baseball games so Donatelli became the Umpire he is survived by his wife two sons and three daughters to have any realistic Chance of advancing to its first Aba championship series since 1976 no team in league history Ever has rallied from a 30 deficit in the playoffs Portland has won 14 of the last 18 games against Phoenix but is 1 3 on the Road in the postseason also the Trail blazers might not have anything left to give Friday night after completing one of the greatest comebacks in Aba history in game 2 Portland trailed by 22 Points with 96 seconds left in the Sec Ond Quarter by 21 with remain Ingin the third and by 17 with to play in the period but the blazers fought Back Porter scored 15 of his 28 Points in the third to get Portland within 9182 entering the final Quarter then struck for a three Pointer and 10foot jumper in the final 284 seconds to pull out the Triumph major Harris Cal signs pact former West Virginia quarterback major Harris thursday signed with the British Columbia Lions of the Canad i an football league Harris a Pittsburgh native signed a oneyear contract with the Lions a month after he was selected by the los Angeles raiders in the 12th and final round of the nil draft Harris left West Virginia after his Junior season in three years As a starter he passed for 5173 Yards and rushed for 2161 to set a school record for 7334 Yards of total offence the mountaineers were 25101 with Harris As a starter and lost to notre Dame in the fiesta bowl for the nation Al championship game when he was a Sophomore he attended Brashear High school in Pittsburgh which last year retired his number Harris attended the raiders mini Camp after the draft but was not expected to Challenge Steve Beurlein and Jay Schroeder for a starting Job indoor outdoor Flea Market Craft tables sunday june 3rd 1990 8 am Captain Jack Lions club Mill Creek a bake soup Sale Kitchen open for tables Call 6431717 Spon by Captain Jack lioness club Ris Lawn car fertilization Weed insect control shrubbery planting 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