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'''•*' V; :-'\>V' ^ v.^y.'-:,\* 1 !*,v^VV'.''.*'''••' *••\. : \ * '\'*' * '•'''' '\\r^ i }'X- : .,'*' 'v'*'• r v : .%'^ % r'-'••''\\ ;;< ; '-' PAGE 16 PRESSTREPUBLICAN SPORTS AAQNDAY, OCTOBER 30.1995 Riiliter rebounds at Garden By KEN RAPPOPORT AP Hockey Writer NEW YORK - Goaltender Mike Richter hasn't been at his best in Madison Square Garden this season. So Sunday night's 3-2 victory for the New York Rangers over the Toronto Maple Leafs felt somewhat like a comeback at home. \I was pleased with the way it went,\ Richter said after making 34 saves, including a game-saver on a breakaway by Doug Gilmour in the second period. \I knew I had to be more stable, not overplay the puck and be more patient. That was really important tonight.\ Richter had struggled earlier this season at the Garden while losing two of three games. Except for a 2-0 shutout in Toronto, he had generally not been, up to the form that took the Rangers to the Stanley Cup in 1994. In his last home game, Richter had been booed by the fans. \I've gotten a lot of suggestions from the fans (about his early season slump), some of which \I can't repeat. They've got a right to boo. They just want us to win.\ Flyers 5, Senators 2 PHILADELPHIA - John LeClair had a goal and two assists while Garth Snow, who was acquired from Colorado in the offseason for two 1996 draft picks, recorded the win in his first Philadelphia start and just his eighth in the NHL. The 26- year-old goalie recorded his last win April 2, also against Ottawa. Capitals 3, Blues 1 ST. LOUIS - Olaf Kolzig stopped 31 shots as Washington AP Photo New York's Mike Richter keeps a close eye on a loose puck in front while teammate Brian Leetch battles Toronto's Mike Gartner for possession. beat St. Louis for the seventh straight time. Joe Reekie and Sergei Gonchar scored goals in a second-period span of 1:33 to break a scoreless tie and Steve Konowalchuk add- ed his third goal in as many games in the third period as the Capitals won their third straight despite getting outshot 32-23. Mighty Ducks 7, Flames 2 ANAHEIM, Calif. - Anaheim got two goals from Paul Kariya, Peter Douris and Shaun Van Allen en route to a five-goal lead in the first period. The Ducks had lost six of their last seven games coming in, but AP Photo Atlanta's Tom Glavine celebrates his World Series MVP Award Saturday night. TROPHY Continued from Page 12 cher, two days after Maddux did not close it out at Cleveland. \He was outstanding,\ Maddux said. \That's the best game I've ever seen him pitch. \He went through a lot, espe- cially early in the season. One thing about him is he's got a huge heart and he showed it to- night. I'm real happy for him.\ Glavine began the season as a target of boos because of his outspoken work during the strike as the Braves' player repre- sentative. But he had the home fans cheering at the end, as did David Justice, who homered in the sixth inning. After the eighth, Glavine went to manager Bobby Cox and said he was done. That left it up to Wohlers, who retired Kenny Lof- ton, Omar Vizquel and Baerga in order for his second save of the Series. While the consistency of the rotation has been the backbone of the staff for years, the bullpen was the biggest problem in postseasons past. Jeff Reardon, Jim Clancy, Charlie Leibrandt and others were among those who could not hold late leads, a major reason why the Braves lost the World Series in 1991 and 1992 and fell in the 1993 NL playoffs. But Wohlers, with his 100 mph fastball enhanced by a new-found confidence, became the closer Atlanta needed. When Wohlers walked in from the bullpen for the last time this season, he passed Justice in right field. Justice, having seen Wohlers come through during the stretch, shouted some en- couragement. \I know he said something like, 'C'mon, Woo-Daddy' or something,\ Wohlers said. A few minutes later, when Baerga's fly ball was caught by center fielder Marquis Grissom, the Series was over and the Braves were champions. Under Mazzone's tutelage, plus his summer and winter work programs, Atlanta had ac- complished its elusive goal. Known by outsiders for his cons- tant rocking in the dugout, Maz- zone is recognized by insiders as one of the best in the business, even though his name never is brought up as a possible manag- erial candidate. Under the carefully compiled scouting reports on Cleveland, the Braves made the Indians hit- ters look feeble. Glavine and Maddux were throwing like AL pitchers, using soft stuff low and away, while Wohlers, Smoltz and Avery relied on fastballs. Whatever, it worked. \The credit goes to Bobby Cox and Leo Mazzone,\ general man- ager John Schuerholz said. \We've had the best pitching for five years, and this puts a crown on it.\ set a franchise record with their five-goal outburst in the opening period. Blackhawks 6, Sabres 3 CHICAGO — Jeremy Roenick scored a shorthanded goal with less than a second left in the sec- ond period Sunday night, ig : niting Chicago. SPORTS IN BRIEF » J. . ^ J . -i..*-\?. V .J *J<-. . 1^ ^*j i Ni*^ifSr\ ••''\— • '^&*< .\ . •<>* \ ..-.\fa .. > .\• . i - » \i . ^.J 561- Cash with Copy 3 LINES/ f 0 DAYS, $f 0. Name . Address City Phone Please start my ad on .State Payment Enclosed $ _ and run for Zip days. GUARANTEED RESULTS - Your item will sell in 10 days or we will rerun the same ad FREE for an additional 10 days. You must call the last day your ad appears in the paper to qualify for your FREE guaranteed ad. If you sell your item within the first 10 days, call and we'll stop your ad. Sorry, no refunds/with this special offer. LIMIT - ONE ITEM PER AT>. Sorry, no real estate, automobile, truck, garage sale, rental or employment ads. Private party ads only. No Commercial Ads. ADDITIONAL LINES - 20 cents for each additional line per day. Mayfair maintains even keel for Tour win TULSA, Okla. (AP) — By the time the wind and slick greens of Southern Hills finally caught up with Billy Mayfair at the Tour Championship, he had a big enough lead to hold on Sunday for the biggest payoff of the year. Mayfair won the $3 million season-ending tournament by shooting a 3-over 73, giving him an even-par total of 280 over a course that yielded just one round below par Sunday and only 14 subpar rounds for the entire, tournament. His three-stroke victory gave him $540,000. He finished second on the money list with $1,543,192, about $111,000 behind Greg Norman. It was the first time even-par or worse had won a 72-hole PGA Tour event since 1981, when Bruce Lietzke won the Byron Nelson Classic at 1-over 281. Mallon leads U.S. rally past Japanese golfers INA, Japan (AP) — Meg Mallon fired a 7-under-par 65, helping players from the LPGA come from behind for a 19-17 victory Sunday over the Japanese counterparts in the Nichirei International LPGA golf tournament. By outscoring the Japanese 13 V% -4 V2 in the final day's singles matches, the LPGA posted its 11th consecutive victory and 15th overall against only two losses since 1979. • The Japanese had led 12 V2-5 Via after the first two rounds, all pairs matches. Each of the 18 LPGA players received $22,000 and each Japanese $12,375. Charles rallies to playoff win in Hawaii KAANAPALI, Hawaii (AP) - Bob Charles made a 12-foot birdie putt on the third playoff hole Sunday to beat Dave Stockton and cap- ture the $600,000 Kaanapali Seniors Classic. The New Zealander started thie final round of the 54-hole event in a six-way tie for fifth place, but moved quickly up the leader board. He made the turn in 3-under-par 33 and played the back nine over the windswept Kaanapali North Course on the island of Maui at par-36 to force the playoff with Stockton, who had to make a com- eback of his own. Charles, who earned $90,000, and Stockton, the tour's money lead- er, finished regulation at 9-under 204. Rudd captures race; Gordon nears points title PHOENLX (AP) — Ricky Rudd won the race Sunday and Dale» Earnhardt barely kept alive his Winston Cup championship battle with Jeff Gordon in the Dura-Lube 500k at Phoenix International Raceway. While Rudd was earning his 16th career victory and extending his string of seasons with at least one win to 13 in a row, Earnhardt was cutting into Gordon's point lead for the third straight race, slicing the margin to 147 with only the season-finale Nov. 12 at Atlanta re- maining. Gordon would need only to finish anywhere except last at Atlanta, to win the title, even if Earnhardt wins the race and gets the five- point bonus for leading the most laps. Gordon, 24, could become the second youngest champion. Bill Rex- ford won in 1950 at age 23. Schumacher ties Formula One record with Japan win SUZUKA, Japan (AP) - There was no beating Michael Schumacher or denying him a share of history no matter what they tried Sunday in the Japanese Grand Prix. Jean Alesi jumped the gun at the start. Damon Hill tried to speed around a tricky corner; Both moves were doomed. One by one, the Schumacher's rivals found themselves slipping in the rain, tumbling through the sand and waving helplessly for the mechanics. But the German raced flawlessly to his ninth victory this season, tying Nigel Mansell's 1992 Formula One record. He can break the record next- month in the season finale, the Australian Grand Prix. Mlcho«l Schumacher World Series ratings remain down slightly NEW YORK - The final game of the World Series got a prelimi- nary overnight rating of 19.8, down 2 percent from the overnights two years ago, Saturday night's game got a 34 share on the overnights, Nielsen Media Research said Sunday, identical to the share on the bveniights two years ago for Game 6 between'Toronto and Philadelphia. Part of the reason for the decline is an earlier start time. Atlanta's 1-0 victory over Cleveland began at around 7:30 p.m. EDT, an hour earlier that World Series games had^started in recent years, BID NOTICE Notice is /hereby given pursuant to Section lp3 of the General Municipal Law, that Clinton Coun- ty will accept sealed bids for Furnishing and Installation of Fire Alarm Systems In Three ( 3 ) B u i I d - ings/Complexes. Bid forms may be ob- tained or inspected at the Clinton County Legislative Office, Clin- ton County Government Center, 137 Margaret Street, 2nd Floor, Platt- sburgh. New York, be- tween the hours of 9:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m., Monday through Friday. Proposal forms will be required if you intend to submit a proposal. Bids must be received by 3:00 P.M., Friday, November 17, 1995, at which time they will be publicly opened. The County of Clinton reserves the right to re- iect any and all pro- posals. Bids must be submitted in a sealed envelope with. \BID FOR FIRE ALARM SYSTEMS\ clearly written on the face of the envelope.' Phyllis C.Duval Purchasing Agent LEGAL NOTICE The Board of Trustees of North Country Com- munity College invites the submission of sealed bids for the purchase of one (1) 1995 or 1996 4x4 Pickup truck with stan- dard cab. Bids will be accepted until Tuesday, November 14, 1995 at 4:00 p.m. in the Board Room of Hodson Hall, 20 Winona Avenue, Saranac Lake, New York. At that time bids will be publicly opened and read. Specifications and bid forms may be obtained at the above location or by calling (518) 891-2915, ext. 204. The Board of Trustees reserves the right to re- ject any and all bids without assigning any reason therefore and to waive any informalities or irregularities. By order of the Board of Trustees North Country Community College Saranac Lake, NY 12983; Richard J. Edwards Dean of Administration NOTICE OF HEARING UPON PRELIMINARY BUDGET NOTICE is Hereby Given that the Prelimi- nary Budget of the Town of Saranac for the Fiscal Year beginning January 1st, 1996, has been com- pleted and filed in the of- fice of the Town Clerk, at Saranac, New York, where it is available for inspection by any inter- ested person at all rea- sonable hours. Further Notice is Hereby Given that the Town Board of the Town of Saranac will meet and review said Preliminary Budget and hold a > public Hearing thereon, at the town Hall at 7 O'clock P.M. on the 9th day of November, 1995, and that at such Hearing any person may be heard in favor of or against the Preliminary Budget as compiled or for or against any item or items therein con- talned. Pursuant to Section 113 of the Town Law, the proposed Salaries of the following Town Officers are hereby specified as follows; Supervisor $11685.00 justice of the Peace $1242OiOP (Total Salaries) Councilman $4520.00 each Town Clerk J, $11340.00 Highway Superintendent $28655.00 Town Attorney $2000.00 Sole Town Assessor $15500.00 (Total Salaries) BY ORDER OF THE TOWN BOARD (s) Dorothy S. Terry Deputy Town Clerk Dated: October 18th, 1995 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING NOTICE is hereby given that a public hear- ing will be held by the Town Board of the Town of Ellenburg, Clinton County, New York, at the Town Hall, Ellen- burg Center, New York on November 9, 1995, at 7:15 p.m. for the purpose of considering the con- tracting with the Ellen- burg Depot Fire District for fire protection to be furnished by said Fire District to the Fire pro^ tection District 'estab- lished in the Town of Ellenburg, known as the Town of Ellenburg Fire Protection District on the following general terms, to wit: a)The Fire District and its departments shall answer and attend upon all calls in said Town of Ellenburg Fire Protection District; b) For such service the said District shall receive the sum of ($24,400.00) per year during the period of this agreement, said pay- ment to be made within sixty (60) days after the end of each calendar year; The said Town of Ellenburg shall be responsible for any loss or damage to fire ap- paratus in excess of in- surance coverage sus- tained in answering any such call; (d)The said Town of Ellenburg shall also be responsible for payment of all claims for Injuries or death of firemen in connection with said calls in excess of in- surance payments; (e)The contract shall continue for (l) years; (f)Such other incidental terms as may be neces- sary or proper in con- nection with such con- tract. All persons interested in the matter shall be heard at such time and place. Dated: October 9,1995. (s) Thelma LaBombard, Town Clerk NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING Notice is hereby given that the Board of Trust- ees of the Village of Champlain, New York will hold a Public Hear- ing on November 13, 1995 at 7:oo p.m. at the Village Office, 1104 Rte. 9 (Main St.), Champlain, N.Y; for the purpose of hearing those in favor of or in opposition to, the adoption of Local Law #4 of 1995 entitled \A Local Law amending the ion- IngTnap of the Village of Champlain, New York by adding thereto the recently annexed land to the Village as shown on a map dated October 24, 1994 and filed January 25, 1995 In the Clinton County Clerk's Office.\ A copy of the proposal Local Law is on file In the Village Office where it may be examined dur- ing regular hours Mon- day thru Friday. Board of Trustees Village of Champlain Janice Dawson Clerk/Treasurer NOTICE TO BIDDERS The City of Pittsburgh, New York will receive sealed proposals until 10:00 A.M., Tuesday November 7, 1995 for \Repair of City Hall Dome Pedestal Walls and Chimney/' Contract #95-54. The bids will be opened and publicly read aloud at that time in City Hall, Platt- sburgh. A complete set of the proposal documents may be obtained from the Office of the City Clerk, 41 City Hall Place, Plattsburgh, NY at no charge. Proposals shall be submitted in sealed envelopes with the NAME AND AD- DRESS OF THE BID- DER and also marked \City Hall Dome Pedes- tal Walls & Chimney,\ Contract #95-54, on the face of the envelope. A non-collusive certifi- cate must accompany the bid. No Bidder may withdraw a bid within thirty (30) days after opening thereof. The Owner reserves the right to waive any in- formalities in or to re- ject any and all bids. (s) George M. Miller, P.E. City Engineer NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that the Preliminary Budget for the Town of Peru beginning January l, 1996 has been compil- ed and filed in the Office of the Town Clerk where it may be inspected by any interested persons during the hours of 9:00 A.M. to 12 Noon week- days. The T6wn Board of the Town of Peru will hold a public hearing thereon at the Peru Town Hall at 7 P.M., Wednesday, November 8, 1995, at which time any person or persons may be heard in favor of or against any item or items con- tained therein. Pursuant to Section 113 of Town Law, the proposed salaries of the following elected town officers are hereby specified: Supervisor $12,500.00 Town Clerk/Tax Collector $14,010.00 Council members (4) $4,800.00 Assessors (2) $3,800.00 Chairman-Assessors 9,686.00 Town Justices (2) $9,455.00 Highway Super- intendent $38,137.00 By Order of the Town Board October 25,1995 Karlene L.Clark, Town Clerk Peru, NY 12972 NOTICE Please take notice that the first meeting of November for the Town Board of the Town of Schuyfer Falls will be held November 9,1995 at 7:30 p.m. By Order of the Town Board (s) Shirley Balko Town Clerk Dated: October 27,1995 NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON THE EXTENSION OF THE TOWN OF PERU WATER DISTRICT#1 At a meeting of the Town Board of the Town of Peru, Clinton County, New York held at the Town Hall in the said Town of Peru, County of Clinton, State of New York on the 25th day of October, 1995. PRESENT: Michael J. Bardon, Jr. Town Supervisor Donald Covel Councilman Kenneth Edwards Councilman Ethel Stewart Couhcllwoman Bernard Rock Councilman In the Matter of the Petition for the Exten- sion of the Town of Peru Wafer District #1 in the Town of Peru,. Clinton County, New York WHEREAS, a written petition, dated September 27, 1995 in due form and containing the required signatures >

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