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Dawn Reigns In Rain

Dawn Coe-Jones, who has played some of her best golf in wet conditions, shot a 68 on the rain-swept Grand Cypress Resort course at Lake Buena Vista, Fla., and opened …


Skier Has Unique Double

Luc Alphand propels himself into history books during one of his unprecedented two World Cup skiing victories in one day. Photo by Associated Press


Baseball’s Owners, Players Swap Threats While Orioles Rebel

Harrington


Krone’s Injuries Minimal

Jockey Julie Krone underwent surgery in Hollywood, Fla., to insert a pin into her left pinky finger, which was broken Friday at Gulfstream Park in her second major spill in …


More Rest For Grgurich

UNLV basketball coach Tim Grgurich was released from a hospital after spending a week being examined and treated for symptoms of exhaustion. Doctors found nothing significantly wrong in the tests, …


Foster Gets Macho

Todd Foster knows his welterweight bout today with Hector “Macho” Camacho is do-or-die. Foster, 27, is 33-3 with 29 knockouts, while Camacho, 32, is 48-3 with 22 knockouts. The fight …


Salaries Set For Subs

Baseball players filling replacement roles on major league baseball rosters in 1995 - if it comes to that - will be paid $115,000, with some exceptions, and each team will …


Stayrook Is Kingpin

Jess Stayrook had his second consecutive 6-2 match play round and took over the lead from his brother-inlaw, Dave Arnold, after five rounds of the Professional Bowlers Association $240,000 AC-Delco …


Waldorf Uses Fast Start To Lead Hawaiian Open; Ogle Avoids Eye Injury

Duffy Waldorf used a hot putter to post a 7-under-par 65 and take a three-stroke lead Friday in the second round of the $1.2 million Hawaiian Open at Honolulu. Brett …


Miami Outlook Sonny

The Miami Hurricanes’ next coach will emerge from a crowd of candidates. More than a dozen names were discussed during a meeting involving athletic director Paul Dee and the university’s …


Callahan Passes

Charlie Callahan, who helped tell the sports story at Notre Dame for two decades before joining the Miami Dolphins as publicity director, has died. He was 79. Callahan, sports information …


America3 Smokes Conner

The all-women’s America3 syndicate won the first race of the America’s Cup defense trials, beating Team Dennis Conner by 1 minute, 9 seconds.


Miami’s Lawyers Cry Foul

Former Miami quarterback Bryan Fortay and his father, Peter, secretly taperecorded 16 conversations with Dennis Erickson and two other coaches, university lawyers alleged. The conversations are part of Fortay’s $10 …


Lukas, Holy Bull Tops

D. Wayne Lukas and Holy Bull overcame long odds to win Eclipse Awards. Holy Bull was voted top 3-year-old old colt or gelding even though he didn’t win a Triple …


Largent, Haynes Top Group Of 15 Finalists For Pro Football Shrine

Wide receiver Steve Largent and cornerback Mike Haynes, who often went head to head against each other on pass routes, top the list of 15 finalists announced Thursday for election …


Sports People

John Pariseau of the Brewster Heights AAU team will be an assistant coach for the U.S. men’s basketball team for the Pan American Games. … Nebraska receiver Reggie Baul will …


Miscellany

NHL players, still concerned with the “loose ends” of their labor agreement, reviewed the settlement in a 2 -hour conference call before beginning to vote on the contract recommended by …


Storm Shuts Down Sailing

It took 144 years for women to get an equal footing with men in the America’s Cup, only to have a severe winter storm delay their competitive sailing debut.


Rams Deal Near

FANS Inc., the group trying to bring the Los Angeles Rams to St. Louis, says it will hold a news conference Tuesday to announce that a deal has been struck, …


Mucha Aces Opener

Powered by a hole-in-one on the 17th hole, Barb Mucha shot a 4-under-par 68 to take a one-shot lead after the first round of the Tournament of Champions, the year’s …


Miscellany

Tommy Evans, who clinched the top qualifying position with a 300 game, rolled a 299 in the finals to win the $70,000 TriCities PBA Senior Classic in Kennewick. Dave Soutar, …


Mlb Owners, Reich Meet

Baseball owners took their case to Capitol Hill and Labor Secretary Robert Reich in an effort to prevent lawmakers from eliminating the sport’s antitrust exemption. Acting commissioner Bud Selig and …


Carter Rated Top Junior On Final Day To Declare Eligibility For Nfl Draft

Carter


Juanita Suspends Coach

Lake Washington School District officials on Monday placed Juanita High School boys basketball coach Jim McDonald on paid administrative leave while an investigation into “improper conduct” with two former players …


Osborne Honored Again

Tom Osborne added another honor to Nebraska’s national championship season when he was named 1994 NCAA Division I-A coach of the year at the American Football Coaches Association convention. The …


M’S To Get New Stadium?

Faced with the possibility of losing the Seattle Mariners after the team’s Kingdome lease runs out in 1996, a task force recommended a baseball-only, retractable-roof stadium be built by King …


No Women, No Games

South Africa was banned from the Olympics for years because of racial discrimination. Women’s rights activists are now demanding similar sanctions for Iran and other nations that exclude female athletes …


Ap Selects Blair Top Female Athlete After Golden Year

Blair


Mlb To Continue Boycott

Baseball players almost certainly will continue their boycott against signing contracts until a new labor agreement is reached, the union’s No. 2 official said. After meeting with 50 agents, Eugene …


Styles Leaves Bucke

Linebacker Lorenzo Styles, the third Ohio State player in the last week to pass up his senior season, announced he would make himself available for the NFL draft. Styles, a …