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But Pavin’s delicate chip from 18 ' feel eased gently out of the short rough, 'scooted .across the slick green, caught the lip of the cup, did a near complete turn of the hole, popped up and plunked in. 46 Miami Beach 90 82 Mltvyaukaa 64 32 Minneapolis 56 39 • .01 New Orleans 60 61 New York 62 - 53 .36 Oklahoma City 61 40 ■ . soy, IBM or General Motors there them for six or eight or 1 2 months in a Employers, based in Bctlildicm, asked And he is confident, he said, that arc stuj some h^thy companies bring- co-op program. The tap turns on all the some, ment, it seems excusable. • ' *T didn’t know until you told me," ' "Getting that message th^gh to on I confes^ the black-begbwned, cowbey urban population that doesn’t sec its , Jt boot-wearing professional clairvoyant reservoirs shrinking is not ca^," said * known by the name Morgan' Le Fay. Never mind the dried-out fountain Environmental Protection Comm I across the street at The Plaza or the issioner. A Brion Smith, who come on, after Starter Mike, INO. , j the Eagles and bought time until the Wisconsin exploited the Mus- 'lime lead. Mar wards rushed for two touchdowns and caught a pass for one Saturday os No. 13 Texas 55-27, the Fighting Irishls Syracuse 27, Minnesota J7 SYRACUSE. He had season highs of) eight catches and 184 yards. — Baylor over- whelmed North Carolina State's usually potent offense on Saturday, scoriog a 14-0 victory to hand the Wolfpock its first shutout loss oi home since 1962. Bears (2-1) built a two-touch- down lend on first-half scoring runs from Anthony Hodge and Shawn Wash- ington luid dicn handed the game over kentucl Q’ 35, S. Williams carried 40 limes on a Soggy field snd'Slso caught one pass for 57 yards. Pavin's shot meant the Europeans vvill need to win 7^ of the 12 points in Sunday’s singles matches at Oak Hill Country Club to win the Cup. lost hole of the bet- ter-ball match tied, it looked like the ' Europeans might puli' it out and sal- vage-on 8-8 tic when Faldo hit his approach shot to IS feet.Clear tonight with school changes , ‘ Class forx Mt may change nt'Twlo Tails Hi^ School next an to piwde more class- es fortedmology and Vocational education. t._ elsewhere, live their lives far removed Through Aug. But Hudson took , Seymour back in December J993, according to Jef Trey L^ns, Sucec's ..attorney. ; On Thursday, Du Page County Judge Kenneth Abraham ordered .. I 4 40 1 Bern U 0 .4 0 0 3112 BMSJ2 I .4 4 .4 .4 4 3430 Mamp PMtoi Maintelf L 1400 HBO-Or BM^Cro POlwo-i MMt. MW4 4014 HM*» 2310 Mae Mlk 9401 Sr Ma 0044 Cubs 8p Piratic 5 Jose Vizcaino went 5-for-5 for the Mets. 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Trail Ufg 5-3 after Friday’s open ing round, the Europeans finally got n point from Foldo and -Mont- gomerie and rode the emotional surge of a hole-in-one by Costantinq Ro^ in the aliemate-shot matches to get back in it. team would have 'trailed going into the better-ball matches if not for Roberts and Peter Jacobsen.:■■■/'■ Paoa BI ■ • pen .1 ' ' Mlumnist Steve Crump I . Tbe Assoc Uted Piesa ' ' it's only the eariy innirigs. 31, the regions that I from the dramatic images of drought supply water to New' York, { — '. Hudson to return the cat to Sucec or be found in contempt of court. She will be freed even if she , docs not hand over the cat, according to the order. “It determined the T-shirt was offensive to some people and so the . 3a-Cat D*W( s POTto s a iigp(ioi, HM uaap '1130 BNyap Oib Mib 1414 F CHICAGO — Jose Hernandez hit a tie-break- won it in the 13th whm Xavier Hernandez (7-2) | ' ing homer in the sixth inning and Mark Grace walked him on a 3-2 pitch with the bosesjloaded. Rookie Chuck Ricci (1-0) pitched thc43th in- 1 Jim Builinger (12-8) gave up six hits in six innings ning and got his first m^'or-leaguevictoiyr- . Groh s(tuck J’.turprising score to Jeffers to put the game away. fields On the next seri M/Washin^on State's when he slipped oh the 1-yord line on a . “We had a good talking to by our captain lost night and we came out strong," Sam Torrance said, after tcjrniing with Rocca to defeat Davis Love l U and Jeff Maggert 6 and 5 He wouldn’t repeat what Bernard Gallacher said to the learn, but whatever it was, it worked. Gilford beat Pavin and Lehman 4 and 3, while Faldo and Montgomerie defeated Curtis Strange arid Jay Haas 4 and 2. They rallied to defeat Ian Woosnam and Philip Walton 1-up, holding on with a dramatic 65^yaid wedge shot by Roberts to 2 feet on the lost hole. His employer said he was penalized the taxpayers, as well, Kjlr d®i2g® 89? 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College of Southern Idaho Refugee Ser- vice Center. she would have been tul Qwed in too, but os a Seib, she couldn^" For the past year. fenn once owned by her father' near the central ._._^pl®aae-see REUN10N/A2 ;v Beotlon^A • Dear Abby w...6 yveia(h8r..l'.;...2 . — A hcii- bris enabled inves Ugator B to identify copter p Iu D^ into one of the world's the owner, American Euro Copter deepest-lakes'Soturday., and authori- of Grand Prairie, Texas. .“We’rcjuntryingio find but how Searctici B obuba M t Sc oircrift could many were xm board, wlw .'recovered from Crater Lake, it carac from,' wh^ was it going • . to doto: ,56 Wator year to date; 15.56 Normal year to doto: 10.24 Comfort factors Humidity ol 7 p.m.: 15 % Baromoler at 7 p.m.; 30.03 Pollen count NA Courtesy Asthmo & Allergy of Idaho Today mostly sunny. Monday partly eloudy in the anemoon west oth- erwise mostly sunny. Northern Utah I Idaho: Hi^, 80 degrees ot Lewiston. ffday^ “Slaked ip a T noqn when Hillel was busy preparing • Ws foolish!

■ A nondescript kind of guy, with glasses and gray-brown hair, Lawton lived a quiet life behind bars, court ■ documents say^ He ole jail food, exer- cised ant Thad an abscess removed from his rear end by jail doctors and his teeth examined by jail dentists. ct that good grades mean' good (1919), jumped in early.' Ovct the next papers this semester.

the 'Oseola Mc Carty Scholarship at' the University of Southern Mississip-; pi, which began admitting blacks 30- ! The school will receive the' money after Mc Cai^ dies, but Is es-i * tablishing a $1,000 sriiolarship in her ^1, honornow. Zy Idaho lottery * : ij BOISE (API - Winning numbers- 1. He’s suing' the sheriff and tbe clerk of courts for a reported SI mil- lion on grounds that he became lost in thejudicial system. between thff^orth Broward Facility and thcy SCQckade on numerous occa- of jail himself, ond had no one to sions uva Glasses in one hour! “We’ve had schools, such os Notthcastem (1909), ' Ordunoi-sajunioral Drexcl Uniyosity college and see me in action.' By the yeara and yenre of people vnih anuod- Georgia Tech (1912) and Drexcf , who will take no tests and write no time I’m a senior, I've got the cquiva- !

In jail lingo, three hots and 0 cot seemed to suit the ex-home- less man just fine.' ! in legal sheriff Then, directing his comments to Lawton: 150 days for charges, that court pcfs^elj’*The guy’s a whocko, were reduced by prosecutors to reck- He’s not There' for anything. ;.; What I want tokndwis, how stealing three bottles of wine from a did th^k^ him in jail for 600 days-- Circle K store in Hollywood — netted .forsometbing thot— at bttt — would hirh.onother 15 day3. The I8-y^- 60'yeais, about 90 oiha schools started get up each day and go to work' at the same B. She’s hove to understand that they can’t go Pettit, executive director of'thc • Orduna is one of 2,200 students in the employment administrator for through college the way the previous Cooperative Education Association • Drcxel s cooperative-education pro- Smilh Klinc Beecham in Philadelphia, generation did and expect to Ke sus. give up a safety^ including North Reserve .quarterback John Texas* snap through the end zone on Hcsslcr. _ _ yard touchdm^ down in Wisconsin’s 42-0 rout hpm^bent North Texas 51-10 on of Southern Methodist on Satur- Simrday in a lukewarm tuneup for ^Qy next week's showdown with No. led 20-19 after its ; first possession in the second half, : but didn't threaten again until ‘ James Brown connected with Pat ’ Fitzgerald on a 19-yard TD pass ' with left in the game.

■ Other prisoners came and went, but Lawton stayed. Lawton' professed equal bewilder- had already done his sentence nearly ment. do, but 'nobody would listen to *| did wh Bt I'was God.ond me,'.' he told' the .. Instead, he will lent of two years’ work experience and That’s just not the case. It’s what people olds; they worry about who they’re co-ops, almost all in engineering AMP Inc., pn engineering firm in want today," Curry said. Then, in 1970, according to Dawn ^ Donna Satterthwaite agrees. Instead, an obscure back- sloppy first half that saw each team up stole the show.

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College of Southern Idaho Refugee Ser- vice Center. she would have been tul Qwed in too, but os a Seib, she couldn^" For the past year. fenn once owned by her father' near the central ._._^pl®aae-see REUN10N/A2 ;v Beotlon^A • Dear Abby w...6 yveia(h8r..l'.;...2 . — A hcii- bris enabled inves Ugator B to identify copter p Iu D^ into one of the world's the owner, American Euro Copter deepest-lakes'Soturday., and authori- of Grand Prairie, Texas. .“We’rcjuntryingio find but how Searctici B obuba M t Sc oircrift could many were xm board, wlw .'recovered from Crater Lake, it carac from,' wh^ was it going • . to doto: ,56 Wator year to date; 15.56 Normal year to doto: 10.24 Comfort factors Humidity ol 7 p.m.: 15 % Baromoler at 7 p.m.; 30.03 Pollen count NA Courtesy Asthmo & Allergy of Idaho Today mostly sunny. Monday partly eloudy in the anemoon west oth- erwise mostly sunny. Northern Utah I Idaho: Hi^, 80 degrees ot Lewiston. ffday^ “Slaked ip a T noqn when Hillel was busy preparing • Ws foolish! ■ A nondescript kind of guy, with glasses and gray-brown hair, Lawton lived a quiet life behind bars, court ■ documents say^ He ole jail food, exer- cised ant Thad an abscess removed from his rear end by jail doctors and his teeth examined by jail dentists. ct that good grades mean' good (1919), jumped in early.' Ovct the next papers this semester. the 'Oseola Mc Carty Scholarship at' the University of Southern Mississip-; pi, which began admitting blacks 30- ! The school will receive the' money after Mc Cai^ dies, but Is es-i * tablishing a $1,000 sriiolarship in her ^1, honornow. Zy Idaho lottery * : ij BOISE (API - Winning numbers- 1. He’s suing' the sheriff and tbe clerk of courts for a reported SI mil- lion on grounds that he became lost in thejudicial system. between thff^orth Broward Facility and thcy SCQckade on numerous occa- of jail himself, ond had no one to sions uva Glasses in one hour! “We’ve had schools, such os Notthcastem (1909), ' Ordunoi-sajunioral Drexcl Uniyosity college and see me in action.' By the yeara and yenre of people vnih anuod- Georgia Tech (1912) and Drexcf , who will take no tests and write no time I’m a senior, I've got the cquiva- ! In jail lingo, three hots and 0 cot seemed to suit the ex-home- less man just fine.' ! in legal sheriff Then, directing his comments to Lawton: 150 days for charges, that court pcfs^elj’*The guy’s a whocko, were reduced by prosecutors to reck- He’s not There' for anything. ;.; What I want tokndwis, how stealing three bottles of wine from a did th^k^ him in jail for 600 days-- Circle K store in Hollywood — netted .forsometbing thot— at bttt — would hirh.onother 15 day3. The I8-y^- 60'yeais, about 90 oiha schools started get up each day and go to work' at the same B. She’s hove to understand that they can’t go Pettit, executive director of'thc • Orduna is one of 2,200 students in the employment administrator for through college the way the previous Cooperative Education Association • Drcxel s cooperative-education pro- Smilh Klinc Beecham in Philadelphia, generation did and expect to Ke sus. give up a safety^ including North Reserve .quarterback John Texas* snap through the end zone on Hcsslcr. _ _ yard touchdm^ down in Wisconsin’s 42-0 rout hpm^bent North Texas 51-10 on of Southern Methodist on Satur- Simrday in a lukewarm tuneup for ^Qy next week's showdown with No. led 20-19 after its ; first possession in the second half, : but didn't threaten again until ‘ James Brown connected with Pat ’ Fitzgerald on a 19-yard TD pass ' with left in the game. ■ Other prisoners came and went, but Lawton stayed. Lawton' professed equal bewilder- had already done his sentence nearly ment. do, but 'nobody would listen to *| did wh Bt I'was God.ond me,'.' he told' the .. Instead, he will lent of two years’ work experience and That’s just not the case. It’s what people olds; they worry about who they’re co-ops, almost all in engineering AMP Inc., pn engineering firm in want today," Curry said. Then, in 1970, according to Dawn ^ Donna Satterthwaite agrees. Instead, an obscure back- sloppy first half that saw each team up stole the show.

,000 sriiolarship in her ^1, honornow. Zy Idaho lottery * : ij BOISE (API - Winning numbers- 1. He’s suing' the sheriff and tbe clerk of courts for a reported SI mil- lion on grounds that he became lost in thejudicial system. between thff^orth Broward Facility and thcy SCQckade on numerous occa- of jail himself, ond had no one to sions uva Glasses in one hour! “We’ve had schools, such os Notthcastem (1909), ' Ordunoi-sajunioral Drexcl Uniyosity college and see me in action.' By the yeara and yenre of people vnih anuod- Georgia Tech (1912) and Drexcf , who will take no tests and write no time I’m a senior, I've got the cquiva- ! In jail lingo, three hots and 0 cot seemed to suit the ex-home- less man just fine.' ! in legal sheriff Then, directing his comments to Lawton: 150 days for charges, that court pcfs^elj’*The guy’s a whocko, were reduced by prosecutors to reck- He’s not There' for anything. ;.; What I want tokndwis, how stealing three bottles of wine from a did th^k^ him in jail for 600 days-- Circle K store in Hollywood — netted .forsometbing thot— at bttt — would hirh.onother 15 day3. The I8-y^- 60'yeais, about 90 oiha schools started get up each day and go to work' at the same B. She’s hove to understand that they can’t go Pettit, executive director of'thc • Orduna is one of 2,200 students in the employment administrator for through college the way the previous Cooperative Education Association • Drcxel s cooperative-education pro- Smilh Klinc Beecham in Philadelphia, generation did and expect to Ke sus. give up a safety^ including North Reserve .quarterback John Texas* snap through the end zone on Hcsslcr. _ _ yard touchdm^ down in Wisconsin’s 42-0 rout hpm^bent North Texas 51-10 on of Southern Methodist on Satur- Simrday in a lukewarm tuneup for ^Qy next week's showdown with No. led 20-19 after its ; first possession in the second half, : but didn't threaten again until ‘ James Brown connected with Pat ’ Fitzgerald on a 19-yard TD pass ' with left in the game. ■ Other prisoners came and went, but Lawton stayed. Lawton' professed equal bewilder- had already done his sentence nearly ment. do, but 'nobody would listen to *| did wh Bt I'was God.ond me,'.' he told' the .. Instead, he will lent of two years’ work experience and That’s just not the case. It’s what people olds; they worry about who they’re co-ops, almost all in engineering AMP Inc., pn engineering firm in want today," Curry said. Then, in 1970, according to Dawn ^ Donna Satterthwaite agrees. Instead, an obscure back- sloppy first half that saw each team up stole the show.

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