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Publication Date: February 12, 2005
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* By KARIN HERIG
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIAN nurses are in
uproar over what they feel is a
"total lack of respect" for their
profession by the health care
system and government offi-
cials.
Following the announcement
that the student nurses are
being moved from their dormi-
tories to what is perceived to
be an "unsafe and dangerous
area," representatives from all
walks of the profession, includ-
ing the Bahamas Nurses Asso-
ciation and the Bahamas Nurs-
es Union, rallied together yes-
terday to voice their displea-
sure.
Student nurses who are
presently living in the Balchel-
dors Dormitory, close to the
entrance of the Princess Mar-
garet Hospital (PMH) com-
pound, were told by the Public
Hospital Authority (PHA) to
vacate the building by the end
of this month, as they will be
relocated to a facility situated
on the hilltop behind the hospi-
tal.
Speaking at the nursing
school at Longley House yes-
terday, President of the Nurses
Union Cleola Hamilton said
that "placing the nursing stu-
dents on the hill is subjecting
them to increased dangers from
external prowlers and internal
temptations."
The union president said the


nursing students work night
shifts and that walking up the
hill to the new complex in the
dark will only put the young
women in harm's way.
"We know the area up there,
and there have been incidents
of rape and break-ins," she said.
Mrs Hamilton explained that
the dormitory in question is
used mainly for housing stu-
dents from the Family Islands.
"The availability of the
Balcheldors nurses' home pro-
vided an incentive for young
ladies and gentlemen from the
Family Islands, who aspired to
become nurses, and gave the
parents the assurance that their
children were in a reasonably
safe environment free from
potential offenders," she said.
Netisha Nesbitt, a student
nurse from Freeport, .added:
"How can you send your young
daughters, 17,18, 19, 20 years of
age up on the hill in the dark.
There are no security guards to
escort us home. We are at risk
of being raped, murdered, any-
thing go could on back there."
A further concern of the
nurses union and the nurses'
association is that the complex
selected by the PHA is in obvi-
ous need of repair and can, in its
current state, only house nine
students, whereas the Balchel-
dors dormitory can accommo-
date 32 students.
SEE page 11


Haitian family

members are

remanded

to Fox Hill
* By A FELICITY
INGRAHAM
Tribune Staff
Reporter
THREE members of
the same Haitian family
were remanded to Her
Majesty's Prison yester-
day after facing 10
charges related to attack-
ing police officers during
the Nassau Village riot.
Clarsine Pierre and
Celesion Simeus, along
with their 18-year-old son
Wilson Pierre, had their
police bail revoked by
Magistrate Linda Virgill
and were remanded to
the prison at Fox Hill yes-
terday.
The Sampson Street,
Nassau Village, family
were charged with two
counts of causing harm to
SEE page 11


Island's low

water supply

is a 'threat to

public health'
* By KILAH ROLLE
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE critically low water supply
in New Providence is a threat to
public health, officials claimed
yesterday.
Dr Baldwin Carey, Director of
Public Health, told The Tribune
that hand washing is vital to dis-
ease prevention and a shortage
of water puts public facilities such
as schools and clinics at risk for a
rapid spread of infectious dis-
eases.
The Water and Sewerage Cor-
poration has cut down on water
supply between 10am to 3pm, the
time most students are in school,
and overnight from 9pm to 5am.
Concerned parents, already
shaken from recent reports of a
student of H 0 Nash junior high
school contracting tuberculosis,
are appealing for an investigation
into illnesses that seem to be
spreading in the schools of their
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263 illegal immigrants have been





arrested in the past three days


0 By PAUL G.
TURNQUEST
Tribune Staff Reporter
IMMIGRATION officials
have arrested 263 illegal
immigrants in the past three
days living throughout the
Bahamas, it was revealed on
Friday.
The round-ups took place
in New Providence, Grand
Bahama and Abaco as the
Department of Immigration
attempts to crackdown on
the amount of illegal immi-
grants living in the country.
Two years ago it was esti-
mated that there were more
than 60,000 illegal immi-
grants in the Bahamas.
The Minister of Labour
and Immigration Vincent
Peet called these latest exer-


cises "a very good start" in
his ministry's continuing
operations.
On February 9 in New
Providence, 184 people
were detained by immigra-
tion officers. Of this figure,
there were 119 Haitian men,
33 Haitian women, 22 Hait-
ian children, four Jamaican


NOTICE
NOTICE is hereby given that ALBERTA SIMEON, FOWLER
STREET, NASSAU, BAHAMAS, is applying to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, for
registration/naturalization as a citizen of The Bahamas, and
that any person who knows any reason why registration/
naturalization should not be granted, should send a written
and signed statement of the facts within twenty-eight days
from the 5th day of FEBRUARY, 2005 to the Minister
responsible for Nationality and Citizenship, RP.O.Box N- 7147,
Nassau, Bahamas.


PUBLIC NOTICE
INTENT TO CHANGE NAME BY DEED POLL
The Public is hereby advised that I, DARMEEKO KYLE
MEQUEL MORTIMER, of Seaview Drive, EE-17454,
Nassau, .Bahamas, intend to change my name to
DARMEEKO KYLE MEQUEL ISAACS. If there are any
objections to this change of name by Deed Poll, you may
write such objections to the Chief Passport Officer,
P.O.Box N-742, Nassau, Bahamas no later than thirty
(30) days after the date of publication of this notice.


BIS
Pricing Information As Of:
29 April, 2004


men, five Jamaican women,
and one Bolivian woman.
In Abaco on February 10,
34 illegal immigrants were
arrested and transported to
New Providence. Of that
number, there were two
Haitian women, 30 Haitian
men, one Jamaican man,
and one Haitian child.
Similar exercises in Grand
Bahama saw the arrest of a
further 45 people. All have
been sent to New provi-
dence for processing.
According to James Rolle
the assistant director of
Immigration for the north-
ern Bahamas, these exercis-
es did not include the pre-
dominately Haitian com-
munities on the various
islands, but rather just areas
that the various agencies
targeted specifically.

Operation
"The operation in Abaco
was conducted between 6am
and 1pm but there was no
encounter with any schools
or homes, just basically con-
struction areas or that sort
of thing. This did not
include going into the 'so to
speak' Haitian communities,
but this exercise will con-
tinue to happen in these
areas until we are satisfied
that we have the situation
under control and even then
it will continue. We will
remove as many of the ille-
gal immigrant population
out of that district as possi-
ble," he said.



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When carrying out their
investigations Mr Rolle said
that if in their research they
don't find any files repre-
senting the individual, as far
as they are concerned, that
person is in the country ille-
gally.
"There are some cases
lets say, where someone had
a permit for several years,
and it expired two years
ago. And according to our
files they may have lived in
the Bahamas for 12 years,
so that's a case where we
have to tell him to try and
get an up to date work per-
mit or a job. Basically some-
thing, or anything to bare
meaning for keeping him in
the country," he said.
Vernon Burrows, the
director of Immigration,
said that they carry out
these sort of operations
everyday, but that it is only
recently the public has been
made aware of them.
"Currently we have more
than 300 people at the
Detention Centre awaiting
repatriation. Hopefully by
the end of the weekend we
expect to repatriate the
women and children


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1.9518 1.7900 Fidelity Bahamas G & I Fund
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52wk-Lou Lowest closing price In last 52 weeks
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Today's CloIw Current day's weighted price for daily volume
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because we don't like
to keep them for an extend-
ed period of time," he
said.
When questioned about
the possibility of entering
the Mudd or other Haitian
communities, Mr Burrows
said that most Bahamians
will be surprised to know
the number of Bahamians
living in those areas.

Citizens
"People look from the
outside and think it's just
Haitians living in there, but
there is really a lot of
Bahamians in there. One of
the things as citizens we
must understand is that
once they have a right as
citizens, even if they are just
first, generation, they have
the same amount of rights
as someone with sixth or
seventh generation status,"
he said.
Last year 3,050 illegal
immigrants were repatriated
from the Bahamas, and of
that number, 2,500 were of
Haitian origin.
Already for the year more
than 430 persons have been
repatriated, a figure immi-
gration officials expect to
grow considerably as they
continue their apprehension
operations.


Crackdown by


Department of


Immigration


PAKISTAN and the
Bahamas established
diplomatic relations this
week by signing a joint
communique at Pak-
istan's high commission
in London.
The Bahamian gov-
ernment and the gov-
ernment of Pakistan are
fully convinced that the
establishment of diplo-
matic relations corre-
sponds to the interests
of both states and will
strengthen international
peace and security.
The Bahamas and
Pakistan have a history
of close co-operation in
organisations such as
the United Nations and
the Commonwealth.
The establishment of
formal relations with
Pakistan is part of the
Bahamas' policy of
establishing diplomatic
relations with all mem-
ber states of the Com-
monwealth.

Collaboration
A statement from the
Bahamian Consulate in
London said that the
Bahamas looks forward
to continued close col-
laboration with Pak-
istan, not only on a
bilateral basis, but also
in the Commonwealth,
the United Nations and
other multilateral are-
na.
The joint commu-
niqu6 was signed by Dr
Maleeha Lodhi, Pak-
istan's high commis-
sioner to the UK and
Basil O'Brien, the
Bahamas high commis-
sioner to the UK.
The Bahamas For-
eign Minister Fred
Mitchell and senior offi-
cials of the Pakistan
High Commission were
also present.
Dr Lodhi said that
Pakistan was delighted
to establish diplomatic
relations with the
Bahamas and looked
forward to promoting
bilateral relations
between the two coun-
tries.
Mr Mitchell said that
he would soon visit
Pakistan and meet his`
Pakistani counterpart
Khurshid Mehmood
Kasuri.


* 'A VERY GOOD START': Minister of
Labour and Immigration Vincent Peet'


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the Bahamas negative press


* By PACO NUNEZ
Tribune Staff Reporter
THE Bahamas is continuing
to receive negative internation-
al press over the allegation of
police abuse made by Jamaican
reggae star Richie Spice.
The claim has attracted the
attention of an online magazine
said to be a news source for


radio stations across the United
States.
An article outlining the alle-
gation appeared on the Elec-
tronic Urban Report (EUR)
website yesterday. It follows
radio reports of the alleged inci-
dent being aired in Jamaica and
the Bahamas.
The article said that Spice
referred to the incident as a


* By RUPERT MISSICK Jr
Senior Staff Reporter
DUE TO the "significant increase" in the lev-
el of airborne emissions from the Bahamix Hot-
mix asphalt plant at Arawak Cay, the factory
will be closed temporarily while some repairs to
the emission control components are under-
taken, the Ministry of Health announced yes-
terday.
The plant's general manager Ryan Rahming
estimates that Bahamix will have to close for a
week for repairs and as a result the govern-
ment's road repair schedule may be delayed
for three weeks.
"Right now we are two weeks behind pro-
viding asphalt, but the issues should push us
back another week.
"It will be affecting the road maintenance
and paving schedule. What we hope to do is
try and purchase mix from another company to
keep us going," he said.
Meanwhile, government is considering the
purchase of a new plant that will have the nec-
essary emission controls.
Mr Rahming said that this may cost some-
where in the region of $1 million.
"A new one is definitely needed. This is a
15-year-old refurbished plant that was bought
second-hand and based on the wear and tear we
should be looking at a new one sometime soon,"
he said.
However there are measures that will be tak-
en in the meantime to keep emission levels at an
acceptable minimum.
The management of the plant has promised to
monitor the wind direction and will operate
only when conditions are such that emissions are
minimised.
Residents and businesses along West Bay


"terrible experience" and that
he is thinking of taking legal
action.
He is quoted as saying that
he would "never" return to the
Bahamas.
According to the EUR arti-
cle: "Jamaica's top Reggae artist
for 2004, Richie Spice has com-
plained of harassment by immi-
gration officials at the Nassau


Street have for weeks voiced their concerns
over the emission of fumes from the asphalt
processing plant.
They called for the government to be more
vigilant in addressing what they considered a
recurring problem at the government owned
Bahamix company.
The government apologised for any discom-
fort caused as a result of the operation of the
plant.
Officers from the Department of
Environmental Health Serves met with the
management of the plant over a period of a
few days to discuss ways to reduce the pant's
emissions to an acceptable level while continu-
ing the government's road and building pro-
jects.

Emissions
"It has been determined that due to the age of
the plant there has been structural deterioration
to some of its components, resulting in reduced
efficiency for controlling emissions. Additionally
recent wind conditions have resulted in these
increased emissions being transported directly
into the area bounded by St Albans Drive to
Saunders Beach," the ministry said.
Dwayne Curtis, chief public analyst at the
Department of Environmental Health, told The
Tribune yesterday that studies have shown that
the persons most at risk from the emissions
were those persons who worked directly with
asphalt.
"There is nothing to suggest that there will be
any adverse affects to the general public. It is
more of a nuisance. However persons who have
sinusitis and respiratory problems may have
suffered effects if there was a high concentra-
tion," he said.


International Airport in
Bahamas on the weekend.
"Spice and members of the
Fifth Element Crew comprising
Chuck Fenda and Anthony
Cruz had performed at sold out
shows in the Bahamas.
"An incident took place in
which his brother singer Span-
ner Banner intervened and both
were allegedly physically abused
by the officials and police offi-
cers."
On Wednesday, Acting
Police Commissioner John
.Rolle told The Tribune that the
police were taking the allega-
tion very seriously and launch-
ing a full investigation.

Radio
The day after the incident
Spice made an appearance on a
Grand Bahama radio station,
saying that he was choked and
forced to the ground by a police
officer while passing through
security at Nassau Internation-
al Airport (NIA) on his way
back to Jamaica.
The EUR article quoted
Spice as saying that the incident
occurred after the officer
requested to search him.
"They took me into a room
and I asked why he was search-
ing me, and he started to get
aggressive and hurl abuses at
me.
"I asked him why was he
being aggressive and he got
more abusive and grabbed me
by the neck," Spice is reported
to have said.
Spice said his brother, fellow
entertainer Spanner Banner,
attempted to intervene and was
struck by officers, who drew
their guns, according to the arti-
cle.
"Some people in the airport
who saw what happened started
to hit out against their actions,
and some even started to take
pictures of what was happen-
ing," Spice is reported to have
told EUR.


Police confiscated the cam-
eras and damaged them, he is
reported to have said.
Spice has said in repeated
interviews that he was never
searched or arrested for any
offence, and that he received
no apology for the incident.
Kevin Jackson, who wrote
the EUR article said that the
incident "is not the first time
that immigration officials in the
Bahamas have been accused of
abusing Jamaican entertainers."
He claimed that while at NIA
three years ago he witnessed a
group of performers being sub-
jected to "abusive and aggres-
sive" treatment at the hands of
authorities.


In the wake of the incident,
other reggae artists are reported
to have come together in
Jamaica claiming similar treat-
ment in the Bahamas.

Complained
In June of last year, Jamaican
cricket legend Courtney
Walsh complained of rough
treatment while passing through
NIA.
The Tribune was unable to
contact Superintendent John
Ferguson, who is in charge of
the police Complaints and Cor-
ruption branch for an update
on the progress of the investi-
gation into the matter.


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NULLIUS ADDICTUS JURARE IN VERBA MAGISTRI
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SIR ETIENNE DUPUCH, Kt., O.B.E., K.M., KC.S.G.,
(Hon.) LL.D., D.Litt.

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EDITOR, The Tribune.

GIVEN the recent ruling by
the Privy Council and that I and
others have spoken to the ques-
tion of constitutional propriety
in all matters of governance, I
ask leave for putting this com-
mentary to your readership:
Since 19991 I and others have
argued that nations such as The
Bahamas must take seriously
their obligations to their con-
stitutions in dealings with exter-
nal forces. Many commentators
have weighed in; including
those who assume an unexam-
ined opinion in these respects,
even in the face of studied, well
examined perspectives. Never-
theless, perhaps a new caution
will follow the Privy Council's
recent ruling.
In the ruling, the Lords
charged that the legislative
means by which the Jamaican
Parliament arrived at the propo-
sition to select as its final court
the institutional nebula of the
Caribbean Court of Justice
(CCJ) was in error. In short, the
Jamaican parliament failed to
follow a proper procedure to
arrive at the conclusion of
removing the Privy Council as
its highest judicial body.
Let's take this point of pro-
cedure for the moment. I and
others (whom in the
instances of financial services
-include Mr. Maurice 0. Glin-
ton and Ms. Leandra Esfakis),
made the case that the 11 pieces
of legislation whether one
agreed with them or not -
were not arrived at according
to a proper procedure. At the
time, no less than a minister of
government said publicly, that
constitutional issues in respect
of the legislation were "imprac-
tical"; leading Maurice Glinton
to write that the constitution
must not be treated as a "not a
mere inconvenience" to com-
pliance or capitulation to some
external initiative which cannot
give life to the rights of citizens
or the proper duties of govern-
ment.
Altogether, I and others have
spent the last five years argu-
ing the principle above. But our
habits of constitutional care-
lessness has not been limited to
finical services. Article 23(2)(ii)
of our constitution places the
power to disapply privacy
squarely in the Supreme Court,
whilst imposing on the govern-
ment a duty to protect the inter-
ests of third parties. Yet, pro-
fessionals and government offi-
cials across the region have con-
tinued to engage in private
information transfers on the


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basis that it will be inconvenient
not to do so. We have imbibed
an anti-terrorism treaty which
is plainly anathema to our
supreme law, and our Extradi-
tion Act was enacted without
the Agreement having been laid
before Parliament, as Mr. Mau-
rice 0. Glinton is arguing
before our Supreme Court this
very morning.
Few persons could want a
court, constituted properly, of
true indigenous origin than me.
But nothing is indigenous in
intellectual, cultural or historical
terms in this Caribbean Court,
so called. The courts of our
region have hanged men, even
as their appeal orders have been
coming over the fax machine;
they have in their judgments
preferred the governments over
the citizen; the governments of
a variety of jurisdictions have
retained judges consistently
whom they have offered no
immigration protection, thereby
compromising their appearence
of independence; the courts
have been obsequiously clerical
rather than intellectual...and
what is more, their abominable
physical state is an indication
that they are not pivotal insti-
tutions in our imagination of
justice. I would respectfully defy
all comers to dispute, that the


rights now enjoyed by citizens
of Caribbean nations have been
constantly denied those citizens
by these very courts, which now
seek to multiply the effects of
their disabilities by amalgama-
tion.
There are those who say
Jamaica should simply ignore
the Privy Council. Does that not
demonstrate the attitudes of
some proponents of the CCJ to
the rule of law? How long
before they are saying national
courts should ignore the CCJ
itself? And how long before
your own rights are trampled
by such vapid attitudes ?
The fact is these matters are
complex, and our habits of care-
lessness will not make them eas-
ier. Let me conclude in this way:
Jamaica will find that it has fur-
ther difficulties to consider. You
see, the CCJ, or any dispute res-
olution body which may arise
from CSME will prove impo-
tent before national constitu-
tions. Those constitutions give
powers to the national Supreme
Courts particularly for the
protection of rights which
cannot be delegated to some
made up court. Perhaps we
should ourselves reflect on how
casually we sign on to external
initiatives, in fascination of the
obvious, in want of mature
reflection.

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February, 2005.


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Eighteen month sentence





for Bahamian businessman


* By PACO NUNEZ
Tribune Staff Reporter
BAHAMIAN businessman
Garland Evans has been sen-
tenced by a US federal court to 18
months in prison for fraud and
ordered to pay more than
$700,000.
According to a statement
released by the Export-Import
Bank of the United States (Ex-
Im), Evans was found guilty of
committing wire fraud, "as part
of a scheme to defraud Ex-Im
Bank in connection with insur-
ance coverage for shipments of
produce from a US exporter to
Mr Evan's company, Jagar, locat-
ed in the Bahamas."
Federal District Court Judge
Adalberto Jordan delivered the


sentence, however he did not
order Mr Evans to be incarcer-
ated.
He has instead been allowed
to return to the Bahamas pending
his appeal against the decision,
and Judge Jordan ordered the
conviction to be reviewed by a
panel of judges.

Pleaded
Mr Evans was originally
charged with three counts of wire
fraud, to which he pleaded not
guilty.
In early 2003 he was found
guilty on all counts.
However on Wednesday,
Judge Jordan overturned two of
the convictions.
The original charges against Mr


Evans allege that he used "mate-
rially false and fraudulent pre-
tences, representations and
promises" to obtain credit insur-
ance during 1997 and 1998,
despite knowing these were "false
and fraudulent when made."
The lawsuit alleged that when
Mr Evans was responsible for
Jagar's day-to-day operations
between August 1993 and July
1997 the company purchased up
to $6 million worth of fruits and
vegetables a year from Produced
Direct Inc (PDI) a New York
wholesale exporter.
The purchases were allegedly
funded by a line of credit sup-
plied by PDI.
The lawsuit alleged that PDI
protected any loss in the venture
through an export credit insur-


WHY YOU VEX?


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
AHH! love is in the air. This is the time for
flowers and chocolates, cupids and romance.
In honor of Valentine's Day which is on Mon-
day, the Why You Vex column takes a break
from its anger and asks our readers
instead:


"Why You In Love?
"I am in love with my
sweetie because unlike oth-
er "Baby daddy's" I can
always depend on my man
to take care of our lil girl."
Cookie Rolle, 19
I am in love because
he makes every day better.
He gives me a new way of
looking at things and
myself."
A. King, 27, Nassau
East


"I love that friend that is
within my partner and her sup-
port of me 'and my goals and What I .
want tobaclieve."
Craig, Golden Gates
I think my wife complements everything
about me. I have to work a lot and she deals
with the time I have to spend away from her and
is understanding. And she looks good. Ain noth-
ing like when you find a good-looking under-
standing woman. She is perfect."
Karem Hanna


I am in love because my husband is very
special. I love him because of the person he is !"
Bertha Dean
"I am in love because there is no place I
would rather be. Love allows me to feel want-
ed and allows me to be one with the
person I am with. Love is rather
compromising, it allows you to
take the focus of yourself for
a moment or eternity and
D ,\ focus on someone else.
Love absorbs selfishness
and the end result is an
undying care for the other
person. Love never
wrongs the other individ-
ual, and is always consid-
erate of their feelings.
Being in love allows you
to humble yourself to
some degree, just wanti-
ng to please the other per-
son. Love is the purpose
of life, and without pur-
pose where would we be.
That's why I love to be in
love.
Desmond Taylor

o "I am in love because after meeting a bunch
of retarded people, I finally have meant some-
one who is on the same wave length as me!"
Tischa Rahaming
WHY YOU VEX?
"Valentine's is an overrated holiday I know I
ain getting nothing on Monday so I think I stay-
ing home from work."
Unloved and ain checking!


ance policy with the Ex-Im Bank
in 1995.
When PDI renewed the policy
in 1996, it was required to sub-
mit Jagar's financial statements.

Lawsuit
The lawsuit alleged that the
financial statements "falsely
showed Jagar's business to be sol-
vent and profitable, and that its
overall financial condition con-
tinued to be satisfactory."
It further alleged that Mr
Evans never disclosed an inde-
pendent financial report revealing
"that Jagar was in very poor
financial condition."


The lawsuit claimed that on
September 17,1997, PDI submit-
ted a Notice of Claim and Proof
of Loss to the Export-Import
Bank for a net loss of
$1,075,774,64 in connection with
the matter.
Im-Ex Bank's Chief Operating
Officer and General Counsel
Peter Saba said the decision
"should send a strong message to
those who may be tempted to
abuse the financing support
offered by Ex-Im Bank.
"We applaud the work of the
FBI and the office of the US
Attorney for the Southern Dis-
trict of Florida in prosecuting this
case." he said.


* By CARA BRENNEN
Tribune Staff Reporter
JUST over one month has passed since 55 young men arrived
in Andros to participate in the pilot launch of the National
Youth Service, and Ministry officials have said they are pleased
with the progress made so far.
The young men between the ages of 12 and 19-years-old are
participating in a pilot programme for a form of National Youth
Service which was initiated by the Ministry of Youth Sports and
Community Affairs to give at risk boys a second chance. They
were taken to North Andros on January 8 and are living at the
Bahamas Agricultural Research Training and Development
(BARTARD) site.
Their instructors include a contingent of Royal Bahamas
Defence Force Officers headed by Petty Officer Lawson Clarke.
The juniors (12-15 year olds) will spend three months par-
ticipating in character and leadership development programmes.
Once they are through, they will return to their schools. The
senior boys (16-19) will stay in the programme for six months
and upon completion they will enter the ministry's Fresh Start
programme which will prepare them for future jobs and entre-
preneurial activities.
In an interview with The Tribune, Gabriella Fraser, the Exec-
utive Director of the National Youth Service Secretariat, said
that the pilot is going "pretty well."
"Everyone is getting into the rhythm of it and we are on
target. I just heard from some of the counsellors that the boys
are ready to start some interaction with the community and have
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LOCALNEWS I


Marina is flying t


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter
FREEPORT Casting calls
for parts in Disney's 'Pirates
of the Caribbean II & III' are
being launched later this
month on Grand Bahama for
persons of all types and ages
for the films, which are
expected begin shooting in
the summer and fall of 2005.
Casting calls will be con-
ducted at the Lighthouse
Pointe Lobby at the Westin
at Our Lucaya Resort on Sat-
urday, February 19 between
9pm and 4pm, according to a
press release issued by
Thomas Gustafon, back-
ground casting director,
Caribbean.
He said persons are needed
to portray sailors, pirates and
Asian seamen.
Prime Minister Perry
Christie announced earlier
this month that the govern-
ment had signed an agree-
ment with Disney Motion Pic-
ture Company for the filming
of the two movies on Grand
Bahama.

Agreement
The agreement with Dis-
ney calls for a substantial por-
tion of the two movies to be
filmed between May 2005 and
January 2006.
It is estimated that the films
will generate some $30 mil-
lion on Grand Bahama,
where 16,000 room nights
have been committed as part
of the production. It is antici-
pated that the room nights
could exceed 30,000 as addi-
tional technical people are
brought in for these produc-
tions.
Mr Christie commended
Paul Quigley of Gold Rock
Creek Film Studio for his con-
tinuing vision to build sound
stages and a film studio on
Grand Bahama.
Mr Quigley said Gold Rock
Creek will provide the facility
for the shooting of Pirates of
the Caribbean I and II. He
noted they will utilise the stu-
dio's 600-ft by 500-ft shoot-'
ing tank, which will allow
them to put ships inside in a
controlled environment for
filming.
"This is our first produc-
tion and I think it's wonderful
to be starting with such a suc-
cessful franchise. I couldn't
ask for more a successful film
as Pirates of the Caribbean,"
he said.


flag for high stand


* By DENISE MAYCOCK
Tribune Freeport
Reporter

FREEPORT The presti-
gious Blue Flag was hoisted
for the first time in the
Bahamas and the Caribbean
at West End's Old Bahama
Bay marina, making the
facility internationally
recognised for its high envi-
ronmental and safety stan-
dards.
Port Lucaya Marina, which
had obtained Blue-Flag sta-
tus prior to hurricanes
Frances and Jeanne, also
received special recognition
for their efforts in getting the
marina 95 per cent back up
to scratch.
Finn Thomsen, of the
International Organisation
Foundation for Environ-
mental Education, which is
responsible for the Blue Flag
programme, said of all the
participating countries the
Bahamas has produced the


"best ever" study for the fea-
sibility of the programme.
He explained that the Blue
Flag certification for beaches


and marinas, originally estab-
lished in 1985 in Europe, had
expanded its operations to
Africa, the Caribbean, Mex-


Bahamas exhibition


to open in London


AN EXHIBITION about the Bahamas is
due to open at the Royal Commonwealth Soci-
ety in London on February 14, and will run
until March 31.
Conceived by Peter Young, former British
High Commissioner to the Bahamas, it is a pro-
duction in collaboration with the Ministry of
Tourism, the Bahamas National Trust, 'Friends
of the Bahamas' and the Royal Commonwealth
Society itself. Local Nassau sponsors include
Ansbacher Bank, Majestic Tours, Family
Guardian, Oceanic Bank and Trust, The TK
Foundation, and Comfort Suites.
Entitled 'Aspects of the Bahamas: Sustaining
Nature's Treasures', the exhibition features
works by well-known Bahamian artists, includ-
ing Lynn and Holly Parotti, Malcolm Rae, Heno
Schmidt, Livingston Pratt, Ricardo Knowles,
Blue Curry and Bahamas-based Thierry Lamar.
The exhibition is designed to showcase the
Bahamas and the natural beauty of its Islands
with an emphasis on the importance of the envi-
ronment and the pressing need to protect the
nation's natural resources. Images provided by


the Bahamas National Trust draw attention to
safeguarding the local environment while mate-
rial from the Ministry of Tourism depicts the
desirability of the country as a vacation desti-
nation.
Contacted by The Tribune for a comment,
Mr Young said that the exhibition space had
been generously donated by the Royal Com-
monwealth Society. Open to the public, he was
confident that its convenient location just off
Trafalgar Square in central London would help
to bring in a large number of visitors. He said:
"This has been very much a joint effort. We
have managed to put together an interesting
and attractive collection which will give peo-
ple a taste of the beauty of the Bahamas and at
the same time bring home to them the impor-
tance of protecting the environment."
The exhibition will be at the Commonwealth
Club, 18 Northumberland Avenue, London
WC2N 5BJ and is open to the public between
10am and 6pm, Monday to Friday. A private
viewing and reception will be held on the
evening of February 17.


ico, North and South Amer-
ica and Asia.
In 2002, the Bahamas
became the first of five pilot
countries in the Caribbean
to join the Caribbean con-
sortium (Caribbean Tourism
Organisation, Caribbean
Hotel Association and
Caribbean Conservation
Association) in welcoming
the Blue Flag programme to
the region.
"It is a great honour, priv-
ilege and opportunity to be
here in the Bahamas for cel-
ebration of the first Blue
Flag in the Bahamas," Mr
Thomsen said.

Impressed
He explained that the Blue
Flag initiative in the
Caribbean started in 1999.
Although the Bahamas came
in late in 2002, Mr Thompsen
said he was impressed with
the enormous progress made
at the two marinas in Grand
Bahama within the past two
years.
Mr Thomsen said that a lot
of work went into making
the two marinas achieve
Blue-Flag status before the
two hurricanes, and that it
was unfortunate that much


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of that work was destroyed.
Since the storms, Oldj
Bahama Bay and Port
Lucaya have been working
hard to restore their marinas
back up to standards.
Old Bahama Bay has a 72-
slip full service state of the,
art marina, which is an offi-'
cial port of entry into the
Bahamas. It has a control-'
ling depth of eight feet at!
mean low tide and one of the
few Bahamian harbours lit
for night navigation.

Facilities
After Blue Flag has been
awarded the real challenge
begins Mr Thompsen said,
because facilities must con-
tinue the difficult tasks of
maintaining the standard.
"From what you have
shown I am very confident
that you...will be a fantastic
model for other marinas in
the Bahamas and the
whole Caribbean region," he
said.
Bob Kramm, chief operat-
ing officer Old Bahama Bay,
said the Blue Flag certifica-
tion is important because it
carries an awesome respon-
sibility.
"The lesson I think we
take from the last quarter of
2004 is how life becomes
richer when we can thank
God and be grateful for what
we have, and not dwell on
what we don't have," he said.
Blue Flag is a voluntary
certification scheme awarded
to more than 2,300 beaches
and 600 marinas in 24 Euro-
pean countries and South
Africa in 2004.
The programme is well
known as a mark of high
environmental and safety
standards in Europe, Cana-
da, Australia iand South
Africa:`
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Hulan Hanna, ASP Stephen Dean, Permanent Secretary Leila Greene, ASP Carolyn Bowe, Rae Pin-
der, Senator Trevor Whylly, Insp Bruce Kemp, (back row) Taschas Bernard, Doris Whymms,
Paulette Forbes, Alphonso Edgecombe, Shawnda Roberts, Cindy Russell, Algernon Anderson,
Ricardo Adderley, Stephanie Cleare, Melinda Pageot, Marie Russell, and Kenneth Symonette.
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THIRTY-FIVE people were
honoured for their "outstanding
and meritorious contributions"
to the success of the Farm Road
Urban Renewal Project on Thurs-
day.
They were presented with tro-
phies and certificates of appreci-
ation during ceremonies attended
by officials and well-wishers at
the Farm Road project head-
quarters, East and Eneas Streets.
Community
"These persons have put self
aside and worked relentlessly in
this community, not asking for
any reward," said Farm Road
project co-ordinator Assistant
Superintendent Stephen Dean.
"We had to show them our
appreciation and gratitude for the
services they have given from
their heart to the community."
Police spokesman Chief Super-
intendent Hulan Hanna, on
behalf of the Commissioner of
Police, recognised "the distin-
guished and hard work". of ASP
Stephen Dean.


"This officer has taken the
Farm Road project to heart. He
has run with it ever since the
Commissioner mandated him to
come and work in this area."
Senator Trevor Whylly under-
scored the value of volunteers in
the continued success of the Farm
Road project.
"There is a need for more
hands," he said.
"We are making the best of
those that we have but we have to
share them throughout the entire
project.
"This is a great way of saying to
the Bahamian public, if you are
looking for something to do, con-
sider volunteering in one of the
social sectors that requires your
expertise be it in health, envi-
ronmental services, or housing.
"We could use additional vol-
unteers those who believe in
what we are doing to make it
work. Service to country is defi-
nitely a plus."
The Minister of Housing and
National Insurance is responsible
for the urban renewal programme
which is set to be launched next in
the Nassau Village community.
Permanent Secretary Leila
Greene wias among those hon-
oured.


The success of Farm Road pro-
ject "is quite evident," she said.
"The people here have made a
mark on this community and on
the country.
"As we move into other areas
people are saying they want
the Farm Road project in their
area."
Initiative
Volunteers are forming "a very
important part of the urban
renewal initiative," she said, "so
that when we move out of these
areas we would have left in place
a core of community people who
will be mainly volunteers to take
it over and it becomes their own.
The goal, really is, that these pro-
jects in many areas will be oper-
ated and run by volunteers peo-
ple from the community."
The Farm Road project is near-
ly three years old and is well-
known for its marching band, a
prot6g6 of the Royal Bahamas
Police Force Band.
However, the project has
established computer labs, organ-
ised after literacy school pro-
grammes, and is set to launch its
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LEAVING Nassau at
10pm on Friday,
February 4, along with eight
others, we embarked on our
long and sad journey to a
little town in North Wales,
where we would pay our
final respects to the late
Canon David Harold John
Laurence Pugh, a Christian
gentleman who had been a
father figure to us for more
than a half century.
Accompanying us on that
sad journey was the Very
Reverend Patrick Adderley,
Dean of Christ Church
Cathedral and a former
principal of St Anne's High
School, which was founded
in 1955 by Canon Pugh.
Others in the group includ-
ed Mrs Wells, the school's
current principal, Miss
Marie Roach, the director
of the local Anglican Cen-


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tral Educational Authority,
Dr Roger Brown, a found-
ing student of the school,
his wife Sharon, and Mrs
Lorraine Clarke and her
two daughters, Deidre and
Gabrielle.
We arrived at Heathrow
Airport in London at 10.30
the following morning and
proceeded immediately by
bus to the nearby under-
ground tube station from
which we would be trans-
ported to the Euston train
station in mid-London.
From there, we made count-
less stops along the way at
such towns as Colwyn Bay,
Rhyl, Chester, Crewe, Rug-


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by and others.
We finally reached our
destination at Llandudno
(pronounced Clandudno)
Junction, in the little sea-
side town of Llandrillo yn
Rhos, where Canon Pugh
was to be buried on Mon-
day, February 7, from the
Parish Church of St Trillo,
the patron saint of the area.
Many times along the way
we wished that the journey
would never end, given the
grim reality that awaited us
at its conclusion.
At 6pm on Sunday, Feb-
ruary 6, we went to view
Canon Pugh's body at the
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Funeral Home, located not
too far either from the inn
where we resided or the
church from which he would
be buried the following day.
There, we saw him resplen-
dently bedecked in his
canonical cassock, seeming-
ly resting peacefully.
Being consciously aware
of his faithful ministry, his
enormous contribution to
our country's development,
and his inspiring Christian
example, we could not help
but reflect upon what possi-
bly could have been his final
thoughts as the end of his
earthly sojourn approached.
Like St Paul (Timothy II,
chapter 4, verses 6-8), he,
too, must have assessed his
ministry thus:
"For I am now ready to
be offered, and the time of
my departure is at hand. I
have fought a great fight, I
have finished my course, I
have kept the faith: Hence-
forth there is laid up for me
a crown of righteousness,
which the Lord, the right-
eous judge, shall give me at
that day; and not to me
only, but unto all them also
that love his appearing."

It was at the funeral
home that we met
Canon John Clarke, another
founding student of St
Anne's High School, his son
Andrew, Mr Herbert Pugh,
one of Canon Pugh's many
adopted sons, and his
daughter Davette. They had
arrived in North Wales two
days before we did. Before
leaving, we returned to the
room where his body was
laid, to spend our final qui-
et moments with him.
It was at that time, that
we saw the top of his wood-
en coffin, standing in a cor-
ner near the door. Printed
thereon, beneath a metal
crucifix, was a plaque with
this simple inscription:
"The Honourable and
Venerable Canon David


* THE late Canon David
Harold John Laurence Pugh

Harold John Laurence Pugh
0 M M B E Passed away
30th January, 2005 Aged 84
years"
Later that evening, we
joined Canon Pugh's devot-
ed sister Rita, other family
members and friends at a
restaurant near her home
for a fellowship gathering.
There we delivered to her
cards of condolence from
friends from the St Anne's
Church family and some of
her former students, before
retiring to prepare for the
funeral service the follow-
ing morning.
The service took the form
of a Solemn Requiem Mass
in thanksgiving to God for
the life and Christian wit-
ness of Canon Pugh. Cele-
brant of the mass, held at
St Trillo's Parish Church,
was its Vicar the Rev David
Jacks, B Th M A, assisted
by Dean Adderley, who
read the gospel, and Canon
John Clarke, who both par-
ticipated in administering
Holy Communion. Earlier
during the service, Dr
Roger Brown read the epis-


tie, while we were privilege
to pay a tribute to Canon
Pugh.
Following the mass, at
which such favourite hymns
of Canon Pugh as "Praise
to the Holiest in Height",
"Let All Mortal Flesh Keep
Silence", and "Praise My
Soul, the King of Heaven"
were sung, his body was
interred in the church's
cemetery overlooking a
beautiful valley below.
Afterwards, those in atten-
dance were invited to a pri-
vate funeral tea at the same
venue where we had fellow-
shipped the evening before.

Later, after spending
some quality time
at Miss Pugh's cottage,
where she had devotedly
cared for her brother dur-
ing the eighteen months
since she had taken him
from The Bahamas on June
20, 2003. There, along with
her caring neighbours, the
thirteen members of our
Bahamian contingent bade


our sad farewells before
retiring to prepare for our
long journey back to Lon-
don early the next morning,
and our subsequent flight
back to New Providence the
following day, Wednesday,
February 8.
Those of us who knew
him and were privileged to
have benefited from his
generosity, compassion and
exemplary Christian life -
and there were many will
always remember him with
fondness and great grati-
tude. He was such a rare
personality, that oftentimes
we thought that after the
Good Lord made him, He
probably broke the mold.
May his soul rest in peace
and rise in glory.


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AROUND


NIMM i 'arties, Nightclubs
INNIE Restaurants i m

Impromptu: An evening of Jazz, Poetry and
Soul @ the Botanical Gardens, Chippingham, Sat-
urday, February 12, featuring the G-Note All
Stars, and Alia Coley, Police Pop Band, Tony
Seymour Jr, Sean Munnings and Ian Strachan.
Doors open 7pm. Showtime 8pm. Tickets $25 in
advnce, available by phone at 324-1714 or The
Jukebox Mall at Marathon or Cole Thompson
Pharmacy downtown. All proceeds to aid
Guideright Mentoring Programme.

An Evening of Love and Laughter @ Rainfor-
est Theatre, Wyndham Crystal Palace and Casino,
Monday, February 14, featuing comedians Ronny
Jordon, Rob Stapledon, Big Shawn and others.
Admission $25, $40 VIP includes red wine,
chocolates and preferred seating. Showtime
8.30pm.

Cool Runnings returns with "Rising Sun" Con-
scious Party @ Hard Rock Cafe, Charlotte St
North on Friday, February 18. Classic reggae style
music. Admission $10

Rave Saturdays @ The All New Club Eclipse.
DJ Scoobz spinning the best in Old Skool. Admis-
sion $35, all inclusive food and drink.

Fever @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth St, down-
town, Fridays. The hottest party in the Bahamas
every Friday night. Admission $10 before mid-
night. First 50 women get free champagne. First 50
men get a free Greycliff cigar. Dress to impress.
For VIP reservations call 356-4612.

Karaoke Music Mondaze @ Topshotters Sports
Bar. Drink specials all night long, including
karaoke warm-up drink to get you started. Party,
8pm-until.

Karaoke Nights @ Fluid Lounge and Night-
club. Begins 10pm every Tuesday. Weekly winners
selected as Vocalist of the Week $250 cash prize.
Winner selected at end of month from finalists -
cash prize $1,000. Admission $10 with one free
drink.

Reggae Tuesdays @ Bahama Boom. Cover
charge includes a free Guinness and there should
be lots of prizes and surprises. Admission: Ladies
$10 and Men $15.

Hump Day Happy Hour @ Topshotters Sports
Bar every Wednesday 5pm-8pm.
Free appetizers and numerous drink specials.

Flash Nights @ Club Fluid every Thursday. The
ultimate Ladies Night. Join Nassau's and Miami
Beach's finest men. Ladies only before 11.30pm
with free champagne. Guys allowed after 11.30pm
with $20 cover.

The Pit @ Bahama Boom, every Thursday.
Doors open at 9pm, showtime 11.30pm. Cover
charge $15. $10 with flyer.

Twisted Boodah Bar & Lounge every Friday @
Cafe Segafredo, Charlotte St North, featuring
world music, chillin' jazz and soulful club beats.
Starting at 6pm. Beers $3, longdrinks $4.50.

Fantasy Fridays @ Fluid Lounge, featuring late
'80s music in the VIP Lounge, Top of the Charts
in the Main Lounge, neon lights and Go Go
dancers. Glow sticks for all in before midnight.
Admission: Ladies free before llpm, $15 after;
Guys $20 all night.

College Night @ Bahama Boom every Friday.
Admission: $10 with college ID, $15 without.

Hard Rock Cafe Fridays, Rising Sun Rock
changes to reggae for one night a week. Party
from 9pm 2am, Charlotte St North.

Dicky Mo's Fridays @ Cable Beach. Happy
Hour 3 for $10 mixed drinks and $1 shots.


Greek Festival

The 2005 Greek Festival kicks off this week-
end. And that means an in-depth look into the
traditional Greek way of life. From actual cooking
demonstrations, to Greek dance lessons, those
who turn out will have a totally Greek experi-
ence. You will also have a chance to shake a leg to
traditional Greek music to be presented by a live
Bouzouki band out of the US. The band will play
in the afternoon and dancing goes on into the
night. Or, you can sit and listen to Greek stories
being told. "It's a festival that happens all over the
world. It's a way for us to open up ourselves to the
rest of the world because people usually say we are
closed," says festival chairperson, Alexandra Mail-
lis-Lynch. So if you've never tasted spitted lamb,
souvalakia, loukoumadis, drank some Ouzo (greek
beer), then it's time to have a taste of Greece.
And to find out more about its culture and cus-
toms, the 2005 Greek Festival is the place to be.
The festival takes place on Greek Orthodox
Church grounds, West Street, 11am on Saturday,
February 12 and noon Sunday, February 13.
Admission: $3 (adults), $1 (children). The church
will also be open for tours.
"Mrm d"M


sion: $15 before llpm, $20 after.

Greek Saturdayz @ Bahama Boom, Elizabeth
Ave. Every Saturday the Phi Beta Sigma Frat
welcomes greeks, college grads and smooth oper-
ators. Admission $15 all night, $10 for greeks in
letters. Music by DJ Palmer, security strictly
enforced.

Chill Out Sundays @ The Beach Hut, West
Bay Street with fresh served BBQ and other spe-
cials starting from 4pm-10pm, playing deep, funky
chill moods with world beats. Cover $2.

Sweet Sunday Chill Out Soiree Lounge, every
Sunday, 4pm-midnight @ Patio Grille, British
Colonial Hotel. '

Wet Sundays, every Sunday, noon-midnight @
Crystal Cay Beach. Admission $10, ladies get in
free.

Carib Scene @ Club Fluid every Sunday. A
night of Caribbean, Latin and Reggae flavours
for all audiences. Latin Flair in the VIP Lounge;
Old School Reggae and Soca in the Main Lounge.
Ladies in free before 11pm. $10 after llpm. Men,
$15 cover charge.

Rafter- Ian, and Shelly play live @ The Green
Parrot, Hurricane Hole, Paradise Island, Saturdays
7pm-10pm, featuring a mix of alternative
favourites, from Avril Lavigne to Coldplay and
U2.

Jay Mitchell and Hot KC @ Palm Court
Lounge, British Colonial Hilton, Wednesday-
Thursday 8pm-12am.

Sunday Night Interlude @ Briteley's Restaurant
& Lounge, Eneas St off Poinciana Drive. Fea-
turing Frankie Victory at the key board in the
After Dark Room every Sunday, 8.30pm to mid-
night. Fine food and drinks.


Paul Hanna performs at Traveller's Rest, West
Bay St, every Sunday, 6.30pm-9.30pm.

NN MF. ii iThe Arts "MEN

Island Girls Sandi George and Kimberly
Sturrup-Roberts are exhibiting fabric paint-
ings, quilts and drawings at the Central Bank of
the Bahamas. The show opens Monday, Feb-
ruary 14 and runs through Friday, February
25. Opening reception on Thursday, February
17, 6pm.


6pm. This special series will explore the idea
and absence of commerical art galleries in the
Bahamas. Successful gallery owners will dis-
cuss how they have crafted their business and
the problems they may have faced specific to
the region and how they have kept it going.

Mural Painting Part 1 @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas. This project is
designed to give students an opportunity to
work on a large-scale mural on the corner of the
boundary wall of the NAGB. Students will
work on the design and conceptual develop-
ment of the mural. This Kid's Worshop Series
by the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas will
be facilitated by Toby Lunn and Taino Bullard
on Saturday, February 19, 10am 3pm. Age
group: 12-18 years. Cost: $15 members/$20 non-
members (lunch included).

Christopher Mortimer, co-draftsman of the
Bahamas' copyright laws will talk to Grand
Bahama artists on "Copyright Law" on Thurs-
day, February 17, 7pm @ the Freeport Art Cen-
tre. The talk is being put on by the National
Art Gallery of the Bahamas.

Dr Ian Strachan, author, playwright and poet
will share his views on "Junkanoo's Place in
Bahamian Art and Culture" at the National
Art Gallery of the Bahamas' Issues Forum
Series on Thursday, February 24, 6pm @ the
gallery on West and West Hill Sts.

The National Collection @ the National Art
Gallery of the Bahamas, an exhibition that
takes the viewer on a journey through the his-
tory of fine art in the Bahamas. It features sig-
nature pieces from the national collection,
including recent acquisitions by Blue Curry,
Antonius Roberts and Dionne Benjamin-Smith.
Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm.
Call 328-5800 to book tours.

Past, Present and Personal: The Dawn Davies
Collection @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas, Villa Doyle, West and West Hill Streets.
The exhibition is part of the NAGB's Collector's
Series. Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, 11am-
4pm. Call 328-5800 to book tours.

The Awakening Landscape: The Nassau
Watercolours of Gaspard Le Marchand Tupper,
from the collection of Orjan and Amanda Lin-
droth @ the National Art Gallery of the
Bahamas. The mid-nineteenth century paintings
that make up the exhibition are part of one of
the earliest suites of paintings of Nassau and its


environs. Tupper was a British military officer
Dream Saturdays @ the Blue Note Lounge this Developing Commercial Gallery Spaces @ stationed at Fort Charlotte in the 1850s. The
Saturday and every Saturday after that. Admis- the National Art Gallery of the Bahamas, Tues- works show a pre-modern Bahamas through
day, Feb- the decidely British medium of watercolour.
VH ruary 15, Gallery hours, Tuesday-Saturday, llam-4pm.
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Doctors Hospi
Series: Dr Patric
discuss "Maintaii
Thursday,
February 17, 6p
conference roomn
Month. This lecti
about heart health
of prevention and
earliest stages as
ture is free to the
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formed between 5p
ensure available si

The Cancer Soci
5.30pm on the seco
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third Monday every
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third Saturday, 2
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Bahamas. Dion H
will speak on the to
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day, February 16,7
School of Hospital
lege of the Bahama

The Bahamas IH
Thursday, Februar
Shirley St and Eliz;
give a presentati
"Bahama Saga".
the meeting. The

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@ BEC Cafe, Tuck
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Alpha Kappa A
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Saturday, 10am
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Health

tal Distinguished Lecture
-k Cargill, cardiologist, will
ning A Healthy Heart" on

)m in the Doctors Hospital
a in observance of Heart
ure will educate the public
i by stressing the importance
detection of the disease in its
well as treatment. The lec-
public. Free blood pressure,
ucose screenings will be per-
)m and 6pm. Call 302-4603 to
eating.

iety of the Bahamas meets at
)nd Tuesday of each month at
at East Terrace, Centreville.
nore info.

clerosis) Bahamas meets the
y month, 6pm @ Doctors Hos-
om.

abetic Association meets every
.30pm (except August and
Nursing School, Grosvenor
et.

al, the official training centre
leart Association offers CPR
the AHA. The course defines
Af respiratory arrest and gives
es to avoid sudden death syn-
t common serious injuries and
,cur in adults, infants and chil-
t Aid classes are offered every
ie month from 9am-lpm. Con-
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today.

Civic Clubs .

Free Movement of People in
n Open Door Policy for the
anna, director of Legal Aid,
ipic as part of Legal Education
cture will be held on Wednes-
.30pm @ the Lecture Theatre,
ity and Tourism Studies, Col-
s. Refreshments will be served.

historical Society will meet on
y 17, 6pm @ the Museum on
abeth Ave. Peter Barratt will
on on his historical novel,
A book signing will follow
public is invited to attend.

ib 1905 meets Tuesday, 7.30pm
er Rd. Club 9477 meets Friday,
aptist Community College Rm
3956 meets Thursday, 7.30pm
Hilton. Club 1600 meets Thurs-
perClubs Breezes. Club 7178
pm @ The J Whitney Pinder
Ave. Club 2437 meets every
fifth Wednesday at the J Whit-
ng, Collins Ave at 6pm. Club
day 6pm @ Wyndham Nassau
ch.

Ipha Sorority, Eta Psi Omega
ry second Tuesday, 6.30pm @
om in the Wyndham Nassau
ch.

SFraternity meets every second
@ Gaylord's Restaurant,


i Fraternity meets every second
6 Atlantic House, IBM Office,
oom.


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PC 2370 Bain and PC 2048
Dixon, disorderly behaviour,
obstruction, and causing dam-
age to a police shirt to the
amount of $40.
Simeus and his son were also
charged with throwing missiles,
while Simeus alone was charged
with assaulting Roscoe Thomp-
son. Wilson Pierre's 39-year-
old mother was additionally
charged with assault with a dan-
gerous instrument.
Police allege that during the
Nassau Village riot, which
occurred on January 26, Pierre
used a vehicle to attack Supt
Berkie Wright and PC 2376
Stubbs. She was also charged
with causing damage to a police
motor-cycle to the amount of
$150.
Although prosecuting Inspec-
tor Ercil Dorsette did not
object to bail for the family,
Magistrate Virgill said given
the nature of the alleged
offences, in that they were com-


Remanded

mitted against police officers,
and given the fact that the
father and mother are "guests
in the country", the court
would revoke their status and
deny them bail.
Pierre and Simeus are hold-
ers of Bahamian status certifi-
cates, while their son was born
in the Bahamas.
The magistrate's judgment
was vehemently challenged by
their attorney Eliezer Regnier.
He argued that the family had
their home in Nassau Village
and did not pose a flight risk.
He also told the court that
the younger Pierre was shot in
the mouth by police during the
riot. Wilson Pierre appeared in
court with a wound to the neck
and a scar line leading from the
left ear to the base of the neck.
"They are indeed a flight
risk," said the magistrate. "I am
not granting bail. When you are
here on a work or residence
permit, and if you breach the


FROM page one

Mrs Hamilton said PHA officials have told the
students that they are being moved so that the
building can be renovated and turned into a med-
ical arts complex with doctors' offices.
She said they had further been told that gov-
ernment has plans to eventually demolish the
dorm, and when that time comes the students
would have already been relocated.
The union president said it made "no sense to
first use the taxpayers' money to renovate a build-
ing only to then tear it down."
She said that when the nurses turned to Minis-
ter of Health Dr Marcus Bethel for assistance, his
response was: "Nurses don't own that building
and I do not manage the Public Hospitals Author-
ity so why are you coming to me."
Mrs Hamilton said the feeling among the nurs-
es now is that they are being dismissed in favour
of doctors' needs.
Nadia Russell, a newly graduated nurse from
Abaco, said this move shows a "blatant disre-
spect for the profession."
"I am discouraged by the comments made by
the minister. It seems that we don't hold any val-
ue in the Bahamian society as nurses," she said.
Ms Russell added that she knows from experi-
ence that it is extremely difficult to find safe
accommodation, which is conducive to learning,
in Nassau.
Mrs Hamilton said that it is "unfortunate that
we work in a system where it is accepted that
one group of employees are more important than
others."
"The nurses view this decision as undermin-
ing the value of nursing in this country and the
future of the profession appears not to be a pri-
ority to our management," she said.
President of the Bahamas Nurses Association
Ampusam Symonette added that if the nurses
are to show compassion to their patients, "then let
us show compassion to those who will be the
future nurses of the Bahamas."
Mrs Hamilton said that the main criticism from
the authorities was that the nurses are hampering
progress in refusing to move.
However, the union president pointed out that
"it cannot be progressive serving one group of
employees and leaving out the others."
Male nurse student Richardson Desmangles
said that although he is not from the Family
Island and lives with his family in Nassau, he still


I


Nurses in uproar
uses the dorm for studying.
"It is an unique environment," he noted.
The union president said that the Balcheldors
Dormitory is "the last of six historical landmarks
located on the hospital compound."
"We are not unreasonable, over the years we've
seen all the other dormitories go to the doctors,
but we are not going to sit back and have the
last of legacy that belongs to us, stripped away
from us and given to the doctors," said Mrs
Hamilton.
At press time the Ministry of Health and the
Public Hospitals Authority were still preparing a
joint statement in response to the student nurses'
situation.* Just before press time last night, the
PHA sent The Tribune their response to the
plight of the student nurses.
"The Public Hospitals Authority wishes to reas-
sure student nurses that they will be safer and
more secure than ever before in their newly ren-
ovated quarters at 'The Hilltop' within the
grounds of the Princess Margaret Hospital.
"The student nurses are essential and extreme-
ly valuable human assets to the National Health
Team and the PHA has taken meticulous care to
ensure their comfort and well-being in the new
surroundings.
"The area within PMH known as 'The Hill-
top' will be even more secure than it presently is
by the time the student nurses take up residence,
with only one access point which will be under 24-
hour security and will be electronically gated for
their safety and the safety of others who use the
compound," the statement read.
The PHA further explained that the redevel-
opment of PMH, along with Sandilands Reha-
bilitation Centre and in Grand Bahama the Rand
Memorial Hospital "are vital to assure an ade-
quate plant for the proper delivery of health care
in the Bahanias.
"This is a work in progress, which in the case of
the Balcheldors Building necessitates its-tempo-
rary renovation even though it is ultimately to be
demolished.",
The Authority said the Balcheldors Building
"will ensure urgently needed office space and
on-call facilities for first and second on-call posi-
tions from our specialty services who must often
travel from home to attend accidents and emer-
gencies."


law, the court revokes your sta-
tus until the end of the case.
You are not considered persona
non grata, meaning you will be
deported, but the court has a
duty to look at all aspects of
your case. The court will
revoke your status and deny
you bail. You will not be
expected to go about your dai-
ly life as if nothing has hap-
pened."
Mr Regnier argued: "The
police brought these frivolous
charges against them because
they know they shot him ille-
gally. You have no authority to
deny them bail and revoke their
immigration status."
Magistrate Virgill said the
family does have the right to
apply to the Supreme Court for
bail. She said she would try to
give them as early a date as
possible, setting their prelimi-
nary inquiry for March 11.
She asked prosecutor
Dorsette to be sure to have all
witnesses available so that the
preliminary inquiry could be.
wrapped up on that date.


Water


FROM page one

children.
A father of two sons, aged
eight and nine, said his children
have been home this week suf-
fering from a stomach virus that
he said seems to be spreading at
Oakes Field Primary.
The worried parent said only
three out of 25 students showed
up this week in one of his son's
classes, and he would rather keep
his son out of school than to
expose him to what he calls "an
epidemic."
"There is no water because the
school has no pump," said the
parent, "and that means that the
600 kids who attend this school
are just spreading germs because
they can't wash their hands."
Principal Deryl Gray admitted
that a significant number of stu-
dents have been absent this week,
and there is a water shortage.
Although she admitted it is
possible a bacterial infection
could be to blame, she said the
spread of any infection could be
lower if children kept sick chil-
dren at home.
"A lot of parents still send their
children to school even though
they are ill," said Mrs Gray, "and
it would help a great deal if they
kept them home. It is important
to remember that it is also flu
season."
Mrs Gray added that a nurse is
stationed at the primary school
two days a week to help safe-
guard the well-being of children.


Youth


Oakes Field Primary does not
have a well and depends on the
Water and Sewerage Corpora-
tion to supply their water.
Godfrey Sherman, general
manager of Water and Sewerage,
said yesterday that they have
been working closely with the
Ministry of Works over the past
two months to improve water
conditions at schools and clinics.
"The reality is we have. been
experiencing some problems with
water supply, we will admit that,
but many of the problems are
happening because of deficien-
cies within their pumping sys-
tems," said Mr Sherman.
Marcel Johnson, administra-
tor of the South Beach Clinic,
said that before last week, they
had been unable to offer any den-
tal service for months because of
water shortages.
She explained that their water
supply for their toilets came from
wells, but their basins were sup-
plied by the city. Cutbacks in sup-
ply during peak business hours
meant that there was no water
for their basins or for their dental
area which used pressurised
equipment.
"As of last Monday, after
negotiations with the Ministry of
Works along with Water and
Sewerage, we installed a brand
new water system. We are very
happy that the problem has been
resolved," said Ms Johnson.


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formed a basketball team where
they will be playing some
games. Up to now they have
been in isolation so at six weeks
they will have more freedom."
In addition, the boys are
receiving remedial help in
math and English as well as
taking part in personal
development classes such as
health education, personal
hygiene and nutrition.
Throughout the pro-
gramme, the students have
no outside contact but work
with instructors and counsel-
lors on a one-on-one basis.
Ms Fraser said that the
pilot project will serve as a
springboard to develop oth-
er such projects including a
possible programme for
females.
She said they will also be
assisting institutions such as
the Simpson Penn Centre
for-Boys and hope to work
with the most "hard-core"
juveniles.
She said they are hopeful
that they can move forward
and map out youth pro-
grammes for the country and
become a resource that oth-
er programmes can draw
from.


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* OIL
US rules produce
BP shortfall
The confusion
over calculating oil
and gas reserves was
highlighted when BP
said it had failed to
replace the reserves
it extracted last year.
The shortfall was
caused by a rule
change introduced
by US regulators.

* COMPUTERS
'Superbrain'
unveiled
Semiconductor
designers from IBM,
Sony and Toshiba
revealed the inner
workings of a
"supercomputer on a
chip" they claim
could revolutionise
communications,
multimedia and con-
sumer electronics.

* TELECOM
Vodafone to boost
Japan unit
Vodafone sent top
executives to rescue
its Japanese opera-
tions after losing
60,000 subscribers in
January. Customers
have been under-
whelmed by Voda-
fone's new handsets.

*BONDS
Citigroup
is probed
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into Citigroup's con-
troversial eurozone
government bond
trades uncovered a
lack of co-ordination
between Europe's
national regulators.

* MARKETS
Euronext outlines
LSE move
Euronext outlined
its prospective cash
bid for the London
Stock Exchange,
hinting it could offer
substantially more
than the 530p on the
table from its Frank-
furt-based rival
Deutsche Borse.

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between Shanghai
Automotive Industry
Corp, the Chinese
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UK's MG Rover hit
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lators are resisting
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launched its own
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up with Gruppo
Franco Ziche, an Ital-
ian knitwear com-
pany, to produce
men's wear in
Europe and the US.

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Sarbanes helps
'big four' firms
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accounting firms
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clients because of
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THE MIAMI HERALD


4B I SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 12,2005 INTERNATIONAL EDITION


MARKET REVIEW


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World Stocks
Prey. 52 wk 52 wk
Today day High Low
Amsterdlam 371.05 367.48 369.13 310.68
Bangkok 726.30 73622 755.18 581.61
Bombay 6633.76 6577.83 667910 4505.16
Brussels 3112.27 3077.69 3085.13 2315.08
BuenosA 1496.91 1487.39 148739 839.93
Caracas 29645.22 2970836 31177.41 24368.42
Frankfurt DAX 43870 4342.01 437139 3658.11
FTSE 100 5044.20 5000.00 5014.80 4283.00
Hong Kong Idx 13845.63 13795.00 14339.06 10917.65
lhrkeyNatll00 2T73629 27308.78 28269.69 15922.44
Jakarta 104516 1036.60 1052.82 668.47
CAC-40 4016.75 397037 3981.90 3484.84
Kuala lumx 914.91 91491 93756 781.05
IBEX 35 9588O 9452.20 9479.20 7371.90
Maddrd 102136 1007.49 1009.77 804.39
Manila 2061.48 204&24 204824 1388.15
Mexco 13714.63 1370.92 13708.92 9440.57
Nikkei 275 nd 11553.56 1147335 12195.66 10299.43
Seoul 947.23 949.19 949.19 719.59
i5n" re 2149,60 2140,16 2140.16 1700.33
SaPaod 26670.52 26415.79 26415.79 17604.12
dey 4160.7 4160.00 4182.90 3300.00
Tepel 6034.60 6018.69 7034.10 5316.87
1amote 9550.50 9496.36 9496.36 8123.50
ZUridh 591530 587120 5934.40 5309.70
Chielenlerlo 104,21 10432 118.14 88.38
New&ealand 3163.40 3161.13 317532 2231.12
Miltn 24847.00 24711.00 24732.00 19778.00
Johannesurg 13085.19 13086.46 13107.50 9738.27
Athens 293027 2902.76 296458 222733
Stockholm 766.82 75563 769.05 649.36
Topix 1160.70 1155.80 1217.87 1024.77
Zurich SP 4421.12 4390.30 4392.72 3928.35
ShanghaiB 77.64 77.64 122.24 72.41

a-AEX Index, b-Bel-20, dx-deutscher, Atkien,
30-Financial Times, 100-Financial Times, ipc-
indices de Precios y Cotlzaciones, cc-CAC
40, ao-all Ordinaries, ndj-Nikkel Dow Jones,
sm-Swiss Mark Index, t-TSE 300, n-a-not
available, m-MIB Telematico, x-holiday.


IW HAT ,HEl .S.lMARKETS DID I


Latin American Stocks
Traded in New York


CCFemsa
Empica
GCSaba
GElektra
GMaseca
GpoRadio
GpoSimec
GTelevsa
TV Azteca
TelMexL
Vitro
Cervecer
CristChle
EEIChile
Enersis
Madeco
SocQ&M
VinaConc
Metrogas
TlcmArg
YPF Soc
Aracruz
TelBrasH


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.36e


225,700 26.42 26.22
219,900 2.44 2.40


.37e 56,400 34.60
.42e 300 8.80
200 7.60
cc 69,100 7.62
2.18e 261,600 64.30
:a 1.Oe 264,100 9.40
1.20e 1,242,900 40.48
.08e 7,600 3.23
.65e 2,900 24.20
.42e 1,400 28.10
.Ile 81,800 18.09
328,100 8.46
6,700 9.80
.88e 47500 71.90
.89e
300 4.70
914,900 12.50
4.69e 7,500 54.15
1.99e 207,300 37.10
.59r 87,300 31.69


26.25 +.05
2,42
17.91
34.45 +.42
8.80 +.20
7.60 -.07
7.60 +.33
u63.69-.04
9.38 +.06
u40.31+.27
3.23 +.01
24.19 -.01
27.90 -.20
17.82 +.06
8.40 -.01
9.80 -.08
u71.85+5.16
72.43 *
4.65 -.07
12.45 +.24
u54.15+1.84
36.80 -.21
31.31 +.65


N.Y. Comex
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 420.50 +3.30
Silver Market Price 7.201 +0.245
Handy & Harman
Close Chg.
Gold Market Price 418.85 +3.35
Silver Market Price 7.140 +0.195
London Afternoon
Close Chg.
Gold 418.85 +1.15
Silver 7.180 +0.230


NYSE NASDAQ AMEX
Prey. Prev. Prey.
Today day Today day Today day
Advanced 592 536 Advanced 2048 1438 Advanced 592 536
Declined 328 405 Declined 1057 1647 Declined 328 405
Unchanged 97 65 Unchanged 154 160 Unchanged 97 65
New Highs 54 38 New Highs 99 79 New Highs 54 38
New Lows 10 11 New Lows 64 60 New Lows 10 11
Adv. volume 1,420,001 1,023,300 Adv. volume 1,587,806 854,741 Adv. volume 212,086 204,414
Ded. volume 429,474 782,652 Decl.volume 524,7461,166,735 Ded. volume 24,643 35,520
Ttl. vol. (000) 1,927,276 1,900,628 8l. vol.(000) 2,152,155 2,060,870 Ti. vol. (000) 242,933 242,746

Most Widely Held U.S. Stocks
Performance of the 15 issues with the most shareholders:
Stock Div. PE Sales High Low Close Chg.
VerizonCm 1.54 31.0 58083 36.57 36.02 36.31 +.27
BellSouth 1.08 10.0 43582 26.46 25.84 26.25 +.23
Exxon 1.08 14.0 136349 56.87u 55.96 56.11 -.23
GM 2.00 6.0 44381 37.17 36.41 37.14 +.46
General Electric .88f 23.0 160256 36.47 35.95 3623 +.18
IBM .72 19.0 41868 93.97 92.50 9330 +.54
SBC Communications 1.29f 13.0 108062 24.41 23.95 24.26 +.16
Sears .92 32.0 52676 52.58 50.95 52.30 +1.27


IVI A w r b- w *r -


Name Volume CIs. %Chg
Lucent 35198800 336 +.08
Huntsmnn 26314100 24.50
Pfizer 24594500 25.15 +.10
NortelN If 21538600 3.17 +.12
SpmtFON 17889600 2331 +.10
TexInst 17245000 25.86 +.95
HewlettP 17165900 21.30 -.18
GenBec 16025600 3613 +.18
DirecTV 14561900 15.29 *
TimeWam 13912800 18.00 +.03

Gainers
Name Last dig %Chg
Adesan 21.87 +2.03 +10.2
CoGnGeo 17.41 +1.56 +9.8
WatsnPh 30.65 +2.54 +9.0
Esco 78.77 +6.27 +8.6
BrwnBm 47.12 +3.62 +8.3
SocQ&M 71.85 +5.16 +7.7
HollyCp s 35.49 +237 +7.2
MS GlobI 12.05 +.80 +7.1
INCO wt 13.21 +.86 +7.0
WIdFuel 56.91 +3.66 +6.9


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Perini Cp 15.36 -2.10 -12.0
ArmorH 40.64 -4.12 -9.2
Salton 3.44 -35 -9.2
StarGas 3.51 -.29 -7.6
StarGsSr 2.57 -.21 -7.5
DIagPdct 49.50 -3.70 -7.0
WHX pf 3.80 -28 -6.9
GeoGroup 29.39 -2.01 -6.4
Comcst29 44.63 -239 -5.1
HanPfEq 24.39 -132 -5.1


Name Volume Cis. %Chg
NasdlOOTrl05813900 37.70 +55
Intel 101483600 24.17 +.67
AltairNanol01274700 4.40 -37
Cisco 98950600 17.70 +.12
Microsoft 83374200 25.97 -.09
Oracle 50274000 13.35 +.21
Dellinc 48200100 39.99 -1.58
SiriusS 47219100 5.98 +.05
Level3 46905900 2.02 +.12
ApldMatI 42507200 17.14 +.48

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
Sonesta 31.89 +9.25 +40.9
IntegMed 10.85 +2.27 .+26.5
RkyMCh 21.13 +4.30 +25.5
AehrTest 3.45 +.69 +25.0
SportsRst 2.94 +.55 +23.0
ZiCorp 7.45 +1.23 +19.8
DataTrak 16.98 +2.74 +19.2
Arris 6.36 +.88 +16.1
MolecDev 21.18 +2.91 +15.9
Intellisync 2.38 +.32 +15.6


Losers
Name Last Chg %Chg
ChiFnOnin 7.19 -2.13 -22.9
ClickCm 15.48 -3.24 -17.3
PrimusT 2.02 -.38 -15.8
HaupgDIg 4.62 -.79 -14.5
MechTch 4.67 -.78 -14.3
McLeo pfA 2.46 -.37 -13.2
NuanceC 3.21 -.45 -123
SabaSftrs 5.20 -.66 -11.3
DlgtlVid rs 4.00 -.50 -11.1
Intrusn h rs 351 -.44 -11.1


Name Volume Cs. %Chg
SPDR 52029900 120.77+1.03
SemlHTr 44493500 33.93+1.15
iShRs2000 8793900 126.60 +2.03
IShJapan 7496300 10.60 +.08
WIA Diam 4643300 108.09 +53
SPEngy 3945200 40.42 +35
IvaxCps 3444300 16.10 +.08
BemaGold 3121300 2.86 +.03
Nabors 2890900 55.18+1.63
OIISvHT 2796800 94.45+1.48

Gainers
Name Last Chg %Chg
DanlHd 15.67 +1.75 +12.6
InterOilgn 3856 +3.41 +9.7
Telkonet 5.82 +.48 +9.0
AccessPh 3.14 +.24 +8.3
Nevsungn 237 +.17 +7.7
WSilverg 10.29 +.72 +75
PresRB 10.00 +.60 +6.4
Hythiam 7.90 +.45 +6.0
IntigSys 3.16 +.18 +6.0
Bennettg 3.97 +.22 +5.9


Losers
Name last Cig %Chg
Sifco 4.75 -.52 -9.9
AXM Ph n 2.65 -.27 -9.2
AlldHldg 3.50 -.32 -8.4
SherwdB 2.11 -.18 -7.9
Elecsys 435 -.30 -6.5
ACmtPT 12.95 -.79 -5.7
AcmeU 1632 -.93 -5.4
Transmont 7.65 -.40 -5.0
AX5-One 2.55 -.13 -4.9
VermontP 2.40 -.12 -4.8


U.S. MARKETS

Selected stocks frm the
New York ad American exchanges and from NASDAQ.


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


ACE Ltd 2185 47.70 46.02 47.25 +1.19
ACMMD 75 7.99 7.94 7.98 +.03
ACM MI 46 3.99 3.93 3.99 +.02.
ADC Tel 3931 2.46 235 2.41 +.02
AESCp 3735 15.62 1533 1553 +.17
AFLAC 1880 39.23 38.73 38.94 +.17
AGCO 1468 19.80 1936 19.74 +.32
AK Steel 1999 16.19 1552 16.01 +.29
AMR 1351 9.03 8.79 9.03 +.22
ASETst 742 554 5.08 5.49 +33
ASML Hid 5801 17.47 16.62 1734 +.67
AT&T 5535 1951 1921 19.37 -.01
ATI Tech 2955 18.12 17.62 17.93 +.18
AUOptron 1830 1630 16.04 16.18 -.16
AVI Bio 792 225 2.16 2.18 *
Aameslnv n 838 9.16 8.96 9.14 -.04
Aastrom 13808 3.00 2.78 2.90 -.17
AbtLab 4354 46.45 45.09 4620 +1.22
AberFitc 909 55.44 5455 54.73 +.07
Abgeoix 1047 8.84 856 8.74 +.11
Accenture 4395 25.63 24.98 25.20 -22
AccHme 1594 41.91 39.60 41.48 -.20
ActivCrd 730 6.92 6.64 6.72 -.12
Activisn s 6305 20.87 1950 20.69 +.28
Actuate 834 2.71 2.46 252 -.03
Acxiom 783 2255 22.14 2250 +27
Adaptec 1456 559 5.49 5.55 +.01
Adesa n 1288 2239 1920 21.87 +2.03
AdobeSy 2436 64.41 62.36 63.70+1.02
Adtran 1213 18.25 1732 18.12 +.69
AdvMOpt 954 4155 40.88 41.16 -.04
AMD 9313 18.30 1750 18.11 +36
Aetna 2234 135.04 13331 13350 -.48
AffCmpS 1060 53.74 5253 5321 -.09
Agere 6519 1.64 1.57 1.60 +.02
AgereB 2466 1.63 156 1.59 +.02
Agilent 1989 23.82 22.81 23.72 +.68
Agrium g 839 16.03 15.78 15.91 +.03
AirProd 901 60.90 59.68 60.70 +.78
AirT Inc 1960 2250 18.82 20.77 +1.47
AirspanNet 773 4.81 4.41 4.63 -.10
AirTran 745 8.46 8.08 8.45 +.29
AkamaiT 1740 1151 11.03 11.40 +.17
Alamosa n 2412 12.81 12.48 12.66 +.24
AlskAir 387 29.40 2850 29.40 +29
Albertsn 960 23.18 22.90 23.02 +.05
Alcan 915 37.65 36.71 37.40 +50
Alcoa 3555 30.08 29.49 29.85 +.38
Alkerm 821 11.91 1155 11.78 -.02
AllegTch 1841 2350 22.74 23.14 +.29
Allergan 1185 73.98 7237 7335 +.56
AlliData 1012 4159 39.91 4151 +1.51
AlliGam 944 11.29 10.63 11.16 +.21
AldWaste 1066 8.54 830 852 +23
Allstate 1784 52.99 5225 52.93 +.66
Alltel 2207 55.70 5531 5531 -24
Alpharma 1068 15.16 14.87 14.89 -.20
AltairNano 101274 652 4.10 4.40 -37
AlteraCp 7679 20.75 19.68 20.50 +.63
Altria 5060 66.74 66.05 6620 -.20
Amazon 7818 35.95 35.00 35.78 *
AmHess 1241 9552 94.06 9520 +.32
Ameren 751 51.43 50.63 5121 +.23
AMovilL 1131 56.89 55.77 56.10 -.07
AEagleO 2165 51.96 51.14 5134 -.11
AEP 1195 34.73 3427 3455 -.08
AmExp 4807 5553 54.87 55.19 +.08
AmrnlntGp 9660 73.46 72.20 73.12 +.53
APwCnv 1034 23.34 22.54 23.09 +.47
AmStds 1425 4539 43.42 45.04+1.24
AmTower 2986 17.83 1757 17.68 +.12
AmpTrFde 7802 11.75 11.17 11.52 +26
Amgen 8559 64.00 62.68 63.42 +.64
AmkorT 2602 425 3.78 4.14 +.36
Amylin 891 23.11 22.05 22.89 +.75
Anadrk 2443 69238 68.25 68.69 +.09
AnalogDev 9250 39.48 36.63 38.05 +1.22
Andrew 1849 12.62 12.03 1259 +.39
AnglogldA 1192 35.64 34.65 3524 +.75
Anheusr 3837 48.60 4820 4838 +.11
AnnTaylrs 4156 23.44 22.00 23.28 +.88
Aon Corp 2447 2528 24.10 25.24 +1.14
Apache 2052 57.99 56.47 57.47 +.51
ApolloG 2065 76.72 73.78 76.43 +2.41
AppleC 21373 81.76 78.94 81.21 +2.85
Applebeess 729 2839 2752 28.03 -.06
ApplDigl rs 1207 528 4.95 5.10 +.01
ApIdMad 42507 1734 1659 17.14 +.48
AMCC 3781 3.75 355 3.72 +.11
Applix 881 8.15 7.40 7.99 +.59
Aquila 761 3.75 3.60 3.68 -.02
Aradigm 3242 1.43 1.14 136 -.03
Aramark 851 27.63 26.99 2757 +.63
ArchCoal 1810 3850 36.08 38.00 +1.90
ArchDan 1815 2425 2355 2425 +.40
Ariba rs 1642 831 8.03 827 +,24
ArmHId 839 5.91 5.80 5.91 -.04
ArmorH 2353 43.10 40.64 40.64 -4.12
Arotech 758 150 1.43 1.45 +.01
Arris 6486 6.40 5.78 636 +.88
Ashland 1097 63.63 6250 63.48 +.94
Askivs 3807 23.78 22.45 22.90 +.15
Assurant 833 34.03 33.08 33.95 +.85
AtRoad 820 4.65 438 4.65 +.19
AthrGnc 1779 18.79 1650 1823 +137
Atmel 8114 3.34 3.11 3.29 +.10
ATMOS 453 28.94 28.41 28.93 +.41
AugstTc 909 11.99 11.67 115.90 +.15
Authentdte 870 4.957 4.60 4.96 +.19
AutoNatn 750 1950 19.48 19.66 +.05
Autodsks 5391 29.81 2832 29.54 +.17
AutoData 1737 43.03 42.42 42.94 +.42
Avanex 2596 1.80 1.65 1.73
Avaya 4945 13.30 12.88 13.05 -.05
Avon s 1070 44.65 43.89 44.44 +30
Axcells 1161 85.94 824 85.94 +52


BB&TCp 996 40.41 39.82 40.24 +.28
BEASys 5480 8.63 8.43 856 +.06
BISYS 1079 14.84 14.66 14.70 -.03
B Svcs 4390 48.16 4650 48.00 +157
Bis Whls 1220 30230 29.01 29.86 +.77
BMC Sft 1799 16.09 15.75 15.94 +.18
BP PLC 3845 62.46 61.65 62.20 +.03
BTGrp 39 39.60 39.10 3950 +.62
BakrHu 3024 47.00 46.10 46.98 +.96
BkofAms 6925 47.07 46.63 46.82 -.11
BkNY 1738 30.71 3029 3053 +.03
Banknorth 1001 36.50 36.19 3630 -.01
BarrickG 1901 23.03 2257 22.94 +28
Baxter 2163 34.59 33.98 34.40 +26
BeaconP 1002 .90 .82 56 +.01
BearingPt 2673 752 7.39 7.47 +.03
BeazrHm 1148 163.15 158.90 162.32 -3.01
BectDck 809 5938 58.51 58.96 +13
BedBath 2385 39.77 38.47 39.45 +.65
BellSouth 4358 26.46 25.84 2625 +.23
BemaGold 3121 2.87 2.82 2.86 +.03
BestBuy 3945 54.84 52.93 5435 -.02
Beverly 1767 1222 12.05 12.19 +.13
Biogeoldc 2935 6731 65.45 66.70 +.78
Biomet 2020 45.17 435.95 44.94 +.64
Biopure 4627 .49 .45 .45A -.01
BiotechT 1153 14430 141.00 143.80 +226
BlackD 1319 85.10 82.70 83.41 +33
BlackBx 1012 36.61 33.70 3537 -3.06
BlockHR 1021 47.60 47.06 4752 +52
Blockbstr 1038 955 9.40 9.40 -.05
BlueNilen 909 2960 28.54 29.43 -.04
Boeing 2191 5430 5335 54.14 +28
BostonSdc 2375 33.15 32.63 33.00 +35
BoydGm 1074 48.75 4720 48.40 +34
Brinker 899 3830 3751 3823 +22
rMySq 5104 24.18 23.69 24.10 +33
Bndcom 8509 32.89 31.41 3281 +1.10
Broadwing 1841 5.77 524 552 +.18
BrcdeCm 5671 6.08 5.87 6.02 +.12
BrwnBm 1361 47.14 45.10 47.12 +3.62
BungeLt 1429 5550 53.72 5429 -123
BuriNSF 2140 47.40 4685 4727 +51
BudRscs 2604 46.46 45.17 46.12 +58


CIGNA 1606 89.75 86.82 89.66 +2.69


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
CMGI 5346 2.00 1.86 1.98 +.09
CMS Eng 3281 11.88 1125 11.1 +51.
CNET 976 1025 9.75 10.12 +21
CNFInc 947 45.47 44.85 44.99 +.17
CSX 973 39.92 39.10 39.85 +.70
CVS Cp 2548 50.01 48.74 49.90 +.86
CablvsnNY 4091 28.10 27.06 27.46 +.87
CabotMic 1079 33.88 31.85 33.64 +1.64
Cadence 1535 13.74 13.39 13.71 +.19
Caesars 1403 20.47 20.15 20.46 +.11
CallGolf 894 1323 12.86 13.07 +.02
Calpine 6279 3.44 333 336 -.11
CalypteB n 1305 39 32 .33 -.05
Cameco gs 2313 43.67 39.75 42.31 +231
CampSp 1581 28.64 28.28 2830 -.05
CdnNRsgs 827 52.75 50.10 5135 +.60
CanArgon 1028 1.45 1.40 1.43 +.05
CapOne 1233 78.73 76.65 78.40 +1.20
CardiacSci 727 1.99 1.83 1.86 -.10
CardnlHlth 1168 57.58 56.34 5723 +.43
CareerEd 1162 3925 3831 38.68 +.24
CaremkRx 2125 39.95 39.32 39.40 -.47
Carnival 4671 55.76 54.41 5555 +.83
CarolinaGp 3592 33.73 3336 33.53 +.23
Caterpillr 2324 93.16 91.30 92.78 +.72
Celanese n 842 15.74 15.25 15.57 -.01
CeleraGn 374 1250 1230 12.43 -.02
Celestic g 865 14.00 1351 13.85 +.15
Celgenes 944 2827 27.05 28.14 +94
CellThera 1065 9.65 9.30 9.61 +25
Cendant 4542 2228 21.95 2222 +.09
CenterPnt 2651 12.03 11.84 11.99 +.04
Centexs 2500 63.05 60.50 62.50 -138
Cephin 1304 51.66 49.86 5121 +1.16
Ceradynes 546 32.73 31.46 32.34 +59
Ceridian 809 17.13 1655 17.02 +32
ChartCm 14020 1.75 159 1.74 +.09
ChkPoint 2196 2430 2350 23.90 +.15
ChkFree 1215 3834 3730 3827 +.48
ChesEng 2260 18.98 18.60 18.81 +.01
ChevTex s 6193 5859 57.44 58.16 +.76
ChicosFAS 1469 5520 54.07 55.05 +.97
ChiFnOnl n 2668 724 6.11 7.19 -2.13
chndtcm 854 3.82 3.65 3.80 +.09
Chiron 2626 35.74 3420 35.63 +1.69
Chubb 1483 8025 78.16 79.93 +1.93
CienaCp 6138 2.89 2.76 2.83 +.03
Cimarex 1080 3653 35.93 36.36 +.05
CinciBell 927 4.44 422 4.38 +.13
Cintas 797 45.11 44.09 44.93 +.75
Cirrus 926 5.07 4.86 5.03 +.10
Cisco 98950 17.87 1737 17.70 +.12
Citigrp '9950 4959 48.85 49.40 +.42
CitzComm 1386 1351 1326 13.41 +.17
CitrixSy 1712 21.63 2120 21.46 -.04
ClearChan 2647 34.83 3435 34.60 *
ClickCm 1490 15.49 14.46 15.48 -3.24
Clorox 707 59.94 5932 59.82 +.49
Coach 1025 55.00 53.81 5430 +30
CocaCI 5056 43.08 42.33 42.76 +.26
CocaCE 1217 23.11 22.76 23.11 +.21
Coeur 5394 4.07 3.90 3.99 +.15
Cogent n 992 31.80. 2956 31.13 +1.73
CogTechs 5617 46.68 43.10 4552 +2.43
Coinstar 2946 23.27 19.70 22.92 -1.42
ColgPal 2211 54.1 54.10 54.65 +.65
ColumLab 66 2.10 2.07 2.07 -.03
Comcast 7750 31.91 31.38 31.53 -.16
Comcsp 4774 3130 30.86 30.95 -.16
Comerica 938 58.47 57.96 58.41 +.15
CmcBNJ 744 57.83 57.01 57.74 +.62
CmclMtIs 775 31.14 3030 3053 -25
ComScop 1016 15.07 1459 15.03 +.40
CmtyHt 806 31.29 30.46 31.27 +.77
CVRDs 2951 29.47 29.00 29.00 0 -.10
CVRD pfs 1990 24.98 24.72 24.85 +.26
CompAs 8369 26.87 26.60 26.75 *
CompSci 1723 48.98 47.67 48.51 +.55
Compuwre 3148 736 6.95 7.25 +.10
Comvers 1541 22.3 22.02 22.78 +.56
ConAgra 1938 28.65 28.15. 28.47 +28
Conexant 9027 1.61 1.51 1.61 +.06
CuoncPhil 3232 100.28 98.27 99.04 +.07
ConsolEgy 746 44239 43.12 43.96 +.61
ConEd 1269 44.71 44.32 44.60 *
CtlAir B 899 1059 10.18 10.51 +.16
CoopCam 1957 58.31 56.63 58.02 +.92
Cooperlnds 279 70.20 69.05 69.77 +.37
CorinthC s 2454 18.55 17.60 18.09 +.25
Corning 5522 12.00 11.60 11.92 +.16
Costco 2931 46.91 45.73 46.44 +.58
CntwdFns 3784 35.86 34.90 35.77 +24
Coventry 766 59.95 58.73 59.69 +1.03
CredSys 1512 8.45 7.70 8.41 +.58
Cree nc 3223 24.37 22.46 23.97 +S7
CrwnCstle 1816 16.37 16.15 1625 -.07
CrownHold 2595 15.00 14.18 14.80 +.52
CubistPh 844 11.44 10.85 11.09 -.05
Cyberonic 2134 45.00 42.60 44.51 +1.16
Cymer 813 28.63 26.85 28.59 +1.47
CypSem 5112 13.85 12.90 13.70 +.60
Cytogen rs 182 12.88 11.75 12.77 +.79
C4tyc 1134 24.52 23.76 23.92 -.48

DHB nds 992 15.00 14.30 15.00 +.07
DJIADiam 4643 108.39 107.14 108.09 +.53
DPL 772 25.57 25.00 25.00 -.55
DR Hortn 3063 4336 42.09 43.06 -1.06
DRDGOLD 3709 152 1.42 1.47 *
DSLnet h 1069 .17 .16 .17 *
Danahers 960 ,55.72 5451 5551 +.81
DanlHd 1794 15.85 13.99 15.67 +1.75
Darden 942 28.85 28.10 28.77 +26
DaVitas 1958 43.87 4326 4355 +.30
Deere 1692 69.95 6826 6933 +123
Dellinc 48200 40.22 39.05 39.99 -1.58
Delphi 2114 7.31 723 7.26 -.04
DeltaAir 2685 5.60 5.15 5.46 +.09
DevonEs 2287 42.57 41.76 42.46 +.43
DiaOffs 1538 47.35 4655 46.92 +.45
Dglmpct 1898 1.89 1.75 1.85 +.40
DigRiver 2743 33.49 3022 33.01 +2.32
Digitas 1094 9.85 9.30 9.68 +.22
Dillards 911 25.66 25.05 25.10 -.34
DirecTV 14561 15.45 1520 15.29 *
Disney 5996 2954 28.98 2934 -.01
DobsonCm 900 1.94 '11.78 1.88 +.02
DollarG 1653 22.27 21.70 21.83 *
DlrTree 1262 27.82 27.03 27.69 +.44
DomRes 1415 70.90 70.43 70.63 -22
DmRsBW 37 38.67 38.45 38.53 +.04
DonlleyRR 1204 3355 32.78 3323 -.22
Doralin 877 44.14 43.15 43.87 +.41
DbleCIck 1022 7.53 7.28 751 +.15
Dover 1329 38.99 37.68 38.89 +1.14
DowChm 3619 52.01 50.99 51.65 +.07
DressBn 784 20.45 19.25 19.78 +.25
DuPont 5843 5130 50.21 51.10 +.82
DukeEgy 2898 26.98 26.72 26.79 -.05


Eltade 2495 13.90 13.05 1339 +34
eBay 18102 82.46 79.91 82.07 +.85
EMC Cp 11858 13.22 12.84 13.13 +.13
EOG Res 1575 81.61 79.51 81.25 +125
eResrch 1853 15.65 15.02 1527 -37
ESSTech 1050 5.79 525 5.63 +21
EagleBbnd 4055 .45 .41 .45 +.04
ErthlUnk 1324 938 9.02 925 +15
EKodak 1680 34.73 34.05 34.71 +.63
Eatons 830 70.48 69.05 70.02 +.67
EchoStar 1240 3050 30.06 3035 +27
Ecolab 1003 3329 32.45 32.95 +21
EdgrOnIl 767 1.63 1.42 1.57 +.19
Edisonlnt 1298 32.76 32.42 32.68 +.12
88 Inc 727 2.83 2.66 2.73 -.07
BElPasoCp 2395 11.46 1125 1136 +.06
Elan 4563 2755 2625 2724 +.84
ElectArts 3095 63.84 62.03 6322 +.61
EDS 2175 2021 1959 20.16 +31
EmrsnEI 1377 68.53 6755 6824 +51
Emulex 2374 17.40 16.83 1728 +33
EnCanag 860 62.11 6050 61.44 +.03
EncysiveP 1741 1012 9.92 1051 +.61
EndoPhrm 950 21.38 20.38 21.25 +55
ENSCO 1407 37.80 36.65 37.48 +.68
Enterasys 4908 152 138 150 +.19


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
Entergy 1024 70.43 69.41 7021 -.14
EntPrPt 4569 27.05 26.85 26.95 -.10
EonLabss 913 27.34 25.69 26.89+123
EqOffPT 2116 30.43 29.82 30.41 +38
EqtyRsd 756 32.99 32533 32.93 +.05
EricsnTI 6594 28.95 2838 28.82 -.01
eSpeed 731 10.54 9.85 1020 +.19
EsteeLdr 1115 4330 42.70 43.03 -.19
Exelons 3803 45.64 44.90 45.26 -.04
ExideTc n 739 13.97 12.67 12.91 -1.07
ExtNetw 1369 6.32 6.01 6.25 +.14
ExxonMbi 13634 56.87 55.96 56.11 -.23
Eyetech 1287 35.38 33.42 34.79 +123

F5 Netw 1652 52.75 49.46 51.80 +1.05
FPL Gp 1085 79.26 78.40 78.75 -35
FTD Grp n 987 13.30 13.00 13.01 -30
FactsetRs 819 33.69 3225 3357 +36
FairchidS 3263 16.95 15.75 16.91 +.93
FamDIr 792 33.71 32.9 33.46 +35
FanniMae 8245 62.67 60.76 62.42 +123
FedExCp 1400 98.57 9658 98.01 +1.54
FedrDS 996 57.81 57.18 57.50 +.40
FidelFin- 1442 46.77 4530 46.77 +133
FifthThird 2085 47.81 47.38 47.59 -.13
FndWhat 929 14.06 13.44 13.92 +.52
Finisar 3274 1.53 1.42 150 -.02
FirstData 2889 41.05 40.40 40.70 +26
FirstEngy 1202 41.11 40.66 41.07 +.15
Fiserv 1324 38.94 37.58 3857 +.81
FishrSci 2305 63.26 61.60 62.79 +29
FleetEn 784 9.62 9.2 9.61 +20
Flextrn 5115 14.19 13.61 14.15 +.34
FLYi 2031 1.59 1.54 1.58 *
FordM 8402 13.19 13.04 13.06 -.04
ForestLab 1288 42.34 41.09 42.06 +.61
ForestOil 1215 37.42 35.98 37.05 +.60
FormFac 1251 25.19 2258 23.50 -.39
Foundry 1783 10.39 9.99 10.31 +.16
Fox Ent 1025 34.27 33.60 34.10 +.10
FmrankRes 1309 70.49 69.62 70.43 +.86
FredMac 5437 64.54 6339 64.36 +.97
FMCG 2668 38.17 36.81 38.08 +.96
Freescalen 2160 18.92 18.29 18.91 +.57
FreescB n 3282 19.15 18.15 19.00 +.50
FriedBR 1946 1930 18.83 18.99 -.07
Frontline s 1403 47.50 45.96 46.73 -.28
FujiPh 67 37137 36.68 37.20 +.33
FullerHB 263 26.27 25.31 26.05 -.22
Ftrmdia 1695 ;59 .55 .58 +.01

G-t111 8.39 7.50 8.39 +.04
Gannett 897 81.82 8025 81.63 +1.34
Gap 3520 21.75 21.43 21.69 +.20
Gateway 6254 4.50 4.39 4.49 -.04
GeneLTc 1732 .93 .88 .89 +.01
Genentchs 3312 47.25 45.49 46.83 +1.10
GenElec 16025 36.47 35.95 3623 +.18
GnGrthPrp 1327 37.11 3625 36.74 +.19
GenMills 2119 52.80 5251 52.65 *
GnMotr 4438 37.17 36.41 37.14 +.46
GM db32B 1044 21.75 2140 21.46 -.05
Genlyte 42 90.34 8850 90.04 +.34
Genta 2434 1.45 1234 137 -.03
GenVec 1405 250 2.11 2.14 -.24
Genzyme 2031 59.23 57.68 58.78 +.65
GaPacif 781 34.57 33.50 34.46 +.47
GlfeadScis 6402 33.11 30.49 32.80+1.76
Gillette 7204 49.62 48.80 49.55 +.77
Glamis 1553 17.90 17.50 17.66 -.12
GlaxoSKIn 805 46.72 4630 46.67 *
GlobalSFe 2215 36.89 35.95 36.81 +.66
GoldFLtd 2275 12.15 1152 11.87 +32
Goldcrp g 2986 14.01 13.66 13.79 +.22
GoldStr g 1845 333 3.16 320 +.01
GoIldWFs 2442 64.35 63.11 63.52 -.83
GoldmanS 3938 113.93 112.07 112.77 *
Goodrich 2141 36.73 35.96 36.60 +.83
Goodyear 1739 14.19 13.65 14.00 +23
Google n 13048 192.32 186.07 187.40 -58
vjGrace 1700 10.74 9.80 10.48 +38
GrfTech 839 8.19 7.96 8.00 -.09
GrantPrde 2656 23.31 22.50 22.98 +.63
GreyWolf 2690 6.08 5.78 5.97 +.19
Gtechs 778 24.55 24.1224.12 2432 -.18
Guidant 2037 7325 72.58 73.10 +30
Gunrnetn 1524 23.40 20.19 21.19 -.01

HCA Inc 2296 47.05 4635 47.05 +.69
Hallibtn 4485 4224 41.70 415.90 -.10
HancFab 42 8.94 8.71 8.89 +.14
Harken 1230 .43 .41 .43 *
HarleyD 1549 61.60 60.62 61237 +.64
Harmonic 1008 11.91 11.30 11.83 +.30
HarmonyG 2199 8.79 824 850 +.15
HarrahE 1481 68.30 66.87 68.12 +.65
HarisHa 1162 14.45 13.51 14.09 +1.19
HartfdFn 2021 74.07 71.49 73.76+228
HarvNRes 823 12.87 12.20 12.26 -.02
Hasbro 1281 20.42 20.23 20.30
HawaiiEl s 371 28.10 27.81 28.01 +.01
Headwatrs 728 32.56 31.32 32.39 +.85
HltMgt 2335 22.60 22.19 22.37 +30
HeclaM 1702 5.80 5.55 53.0 +.30
Heinz 1290 37.38 36.93 3733 +34
Hershey s 1224 61.76 60.85 61.24 +.24
HewittAsc 799 31.00 3050 30.85 +.60
HewlettP 17165 21.50 21.20 21.30 -.18
Hibera 1061 26.27 26.01 26.25 +.17
HIghwdP 800 26.34 2522 26.33 +.96
Hilton 3346 21.89 21.56 21.85 +23
Hellngrlfs 928 11.69 11.25 11.63 +.39
HlywdE 854 14.31 14.06 14.27 +.20
HomeDp 6384 42.99 42.00 42.81 +.44
HonwIlnti 5414 3935 38.27 39.14 +.68
HrznOff 1612 1.20 1.10 1.11 +.01
Hospiran 893 29.67 28.66 29.28 +.63
HostMarr 2046 16.06 15.95 16.00 -.05
HovnanEs 2486 5424 52.41 53.60 -2.90
HumGen 1053 11.55 11.01 11.42 +.34
Humana 857 33.64 32.94 33.42 +.37
Huntsmnn 26314 24.85 24.21 2450 *
HyperSolu 757 49.77 48.00 4959 +1.29

IAC Interac 3362 2422 23.26 24.05 +.34
IMS HIth 855 23.50 22.84 2335 +35
ISCO Intl 1630 .39 34 35 -.02
IShCanada 769 17.25 17.00 17.20 +.12
iShJapan 7496 10.64 10.53 10.60 +.08
iShTaiwan 1091 1228 12.00 12.23 +.16
iSh2 TB 1222 92.98 92.40 92.79 -.06
iSh EAFE 1160 159.96 15858 159.68 +1.10
iShNqBio 1268 71.29 69.61 71.00 +1.00
iShR2000G 1385 65.63 63.96 6568 +1.08
iShRs2000 8793 126.74 123.76 126.60 +2.03
iShREst 1073 118.80 117.38 118.60 +.48
ITW 1092 89.75 87.62 88.98 +.79
ImagEn 1170 6.39 5.91 6.20 +29
ImaxCp 884 11.98 11.27 11.34 -.47
Imclone 1447 4231 40.47 41.66 +.28
ImunoGn 243 6.54 6.30 6.43 -.18
ImpacMtg 1131 21.62 21.17 21.34 -28
ImpaxLab 1744 16.57 15.77 15.93 -.65
INCO 1703 36.09 34.91 35.77 +.74
IndevusPh 862 4.18 3.98 4.11 -.05
IndlaFd 839 27.66 27.20 27.39 +.13
Infineon 1212 9.90 959 9.89 +.25
InfoSpce 1123 43.76 41.53 43.11 +1.09
Infosys s 1525 75.33 69.11 74.00 +4.95
IngerRd 833 81.42 79.88 81.28 +1.03
InspPhar 1287 8.60 8.05 8.51 +.42
Instinet 738 6.20 5.95 6.15 +.11
IntegCirc 1473 19.87 1830 19.80 +1.44
IntgDv 2981 12.71 11.82 12.61 +.68
Intel 101483 24.34 23.18 24.17 +.67
Intellisync 6699 2.59 2.26 2.38 +32
InterMune 1420 11.10 10.52 11.09 +1.02
IntrNAP 2784 .73 .67 .73 +.05
IBM 4186 93.97 9250 93.30 +54
IntlGame 2002 31.75 30.96 3153 +32
IntPap 2379 37.48 37.18 3727 +.02
IntRect 1119 43.25 41.15 42599+1.49
IntlSteel 2439 40.85 40.67 40.76 +.08
Interpubllc 2049 13.73 13.40 13.68 +.08
Intersil 3071 17.15 15,4 1658 +.86
Intuit 3450 41.19 38.42 40.14 +123
Isonics 1426 4.90 4.70 4.79 -.11
IvaxCps 3444 16.17 15.65 16.10 +.08
Ixioa 999 18.10 17.50 18.02 +31

JDS Uniph 45302 156 1.80 1.91 +.03
JPMorgCh 10653 3758 37.14 37.48 +.03
JablI 1777 25.13 2431 24.92 +.45
lacunzi 1191 10.00 951 9.96 +31
JkksPac 4080 22.49 1725 21.44 -1.44


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
JanusCap 1902 14.95 -1457 14.90 +.15
letBlue 1050 19.75 19.10 19.59 +.14
J JillGr 821 1430 13.61 13.93 -.29
Jmar 1977 1.75 1.47 156 +.10
JohnJn 6454 66.89 65.90 66.60 +.76
JohnsnCt[ 738 58.86 57.94 5838 -.12
JonesApp 2217 35.65 32.83 3453 +1.03


K2 nc 728 13.64 13.22 1351 +32
KB Home 2186 113.86 111.50 112.80 -3.64
KLATnc 8510 50.68 47.91 49.91+1.54
Kellogg 1928 4533 44.58 44.90 +.31
KerrMc 3570 67.33 65.69 66.92 +.93
Keycorp 1933 33.97 33.66 33.79 -.11
KimbClk 1459 67.71 66.66 67.67 +.70
KindredHs 1744 33.10 30.58 30.58 +128
KineticCn 815 63.98 62.00 63.95 +.09
KingPhrm 1126 1038 10.24 10.26 -.02
Kinross g 1263 6.76 6.61 6.68 +.02
Kmart 1901 103.12 9952 103.02 +3.30
KnightR 518 67.49 66.40 67.33 +.91
KnghtTrd 1435 10.58 1020 10.53 +.24
Kohls 1700 47.95 46.75 47.68 +.18
KopinCp 796 4.15 3.84 4.09 +.09
KoreaEIc 1095 14.07 13.76 13.98 +.07
Kraft 1607 3355 3324 33.48 -.04
KrspKrm 8340 6.25 550 6.16 +.10
Kroger 2648 17.47 1720 17.28 -.02
Kulicke 1097 7.10 655 7.01 +31

LCC Intl 1780 527 4.88 523 -.02
LSI Log 5487 6.48 6.09 6.40. +.17
LTX 898 5.70 5.28 559 +.24
LamRsch 3675 30.05 28.61 29.83 +.83
LeggMas s 1270 82.08 79.65 8135 +1.87
LehBH pfK 759 26.08 25.87 25.94 -.01
LehmBr 1593 94.70 93.89 9432 -.06
LehBr 07 n 1855 28.27 27.95 28.17 +.13
LennarA 2971 58.09 56.13 57.61 -1.15
LeveI3 46905 2.18 1.79 2.02 +.12
LexarMd 1257 3.65 3.50 3.63 +.07
Lexmark 2948 83.60 81.68 81.92 -2.20
LibtyMA 8486 10.33 10.23 10.24 -.07
LifePtH 1230 40.09 38.44 39.82 +125
Ligand B 1271 11.05 10.44 10.80 +.13
LillyEli 2559 56,69 54.60 5550 +1.08
Limited 946 24.40 24.01 24.25 +.22
UncNat 975.. 49.42., 48.07 49.30 +.50
LinearTch 5817 39.66 38.02 39.16 +1.02
Llonbrdg 1464 5.80 525 5.75 -.02
LockhdM 2192 60.06 59.14 59.69 -.01
LoneStTch 907 41.42 40.80 40.95 -.04
LookSmart 917 1.14 1.10 1.12 -.01
Loudeye 1754 1.84 1.70 1.77 -.07
LaPac 1503 25.93 25.40 2556 -.02
LowesCos 3222 59.97 58.54 59.60 +.55
Lucent 35198 3.40 333 3.36 +.08
Lyoodell 2202 31.60 30.85 31.05 -.21

M-SysFD 1956 24.50 22.60 2433 +1.53
MBIA 949 59.95 58.91 59.81 +.42
MBNA 4877 26.42 26.10 2629 +.01
MCI Inc n 10281 20.95 20.58 20.75 +.29
MDC s 1073 78.64 74.65 7757 -1.46
MEMC 1486 11.00 10.72 10.96 +.22
MGI Phrs 1662 24.72 23.17 24.65 +1.40
MGIC 1556 61.93 6130 6130 -.46
MGM Mr 765 78.10 76.25 77.86 +.99
MKSInst 1668 18.70 17.84 18.10 +.99
mmO2 plc 14 22.75 22.57 22.66 -.14
MPS Grp 922 11.16 10.61 10.87 -.29
MRV Cm 3035 4.10 3.67 3.82 +.30
Macrmdia 2738 3754 3557 36.22 +1.16
MagnHunt 1583 15.00 14.74 14.90 +.04
Malaysa 35 6.0 6.40 6.42 +.09
Marathon 1639 43.05 42.11 42.69 +.44
MarchxB n 965 21.60 2051 21.40 +.61
MarlntA 1369 6525 63:70 65:11 +1.03
MarshM 2349 33.10 32.37 32.99 +.52
MStewrt 946 3325 32.05 32.92 +.27
MarvellTs 9834 36.71 33.90 3622 +1.69
Masco 2050 3734 36.66 37.19 -.05
MasseyEn 766 40.04 3920 39.65 +.44
Mattel 1334 20.65 20.21 2055 +.03"
MavTube 1641 32.10 31.63 32.00 +20
Maxim 7904 42.67 4027 42.50 +2.03
Maxtor 1839 5.58 5.43 5.53 +.17
MayDS 6049 32.11 30.73 31.98 +1.20
Maytag 1230 1526 14.88 156.23 +.23
McDnlds 5334 32.49 31.79 32.25 +.15
McGrH 799 94.99 94.00 94.93 +.85
McKesson 1475 36.51 35.84 36.34 +.22
McLeorA 3642 52 .48 .48 -.02
McAfee 3361 24.06 '22.95 23.98 +1.00
McDataA 1503 4.12 3.91 4.00 -.03
MeadWvco 829 30.46 29.92 30.29 +.13
Medlmun 3324 24.43 24.01 24.20 -.21
Medarex 1646 9.18 8.82 9.05 +.27
MedcoHlth 2049 42.94 41.84 42.68 +.84
MediCo 810 26.59 2529 26.52 +.26
Medics 756 34.99 34.05 34.84 +.69
Mdcore 122 8.75 7.88 8.49 +.19
Medtrnic 3624 53.65 52.75 53.42 +.41
MellonFnc 1035 29.96 29.26 29.78 +.17
Merck 8695 29.34 28.69 29.21 +.45
Merclotr 1657 4757 46.27 47.06 +31
MeridGId 1423 20.88 19.46 20.00 +.67
MeridRes 1043 5.64 5.40 5.62 +18
MerrillLyn 5099 60.83 59.87 60.35 +.16
MetLIfe 2729 40.05 39.00 39,94 +.51
Micrel 1255 8.94 8.45 8.90 +.34
Microchp 2260 28.74 27.35 28.34 +.84
Mcromse 1237 5.79 520 5.37 +.09
MIconT 9561 11.92 11.16 11.73 +.46
MIcSemls 873 17.49 16.81 17.27 +.29
Microsoft 83374 26.12 25.81 25.97 -.09
MillPhar 8655 8.74 8.14 856 +.33
Mindspeed 876 2.74 255 2.68 +.06
MobileTels 1281 3730 35.50 37.08 +1.02
MobltyEleIc 1284 6.60 6.40 6.45 -54
MolecDev 835 2154 1925 21.18 +2.91
MolsCoorsB 1063 73.33 7057 73.10 +1.45
Monsnto 1744 57.04 55.76 56.89 +.94
MnstrWw 2122 27.60 26.85 2739 +.14
MorgStan 6456 6039 58:60 6032 +1.45
Motorola 9148 16.00 15.78 15.91 +.03
MovleStr 807 129 .96 1.04 -.51
MylanLab 1059 06230 15.88 16.26 +.31

NCRCpas 1521 37.99 36.71 37.86 +.86
NRG Egy n 1341 37.05 35.90 36.75 +.70
NTLInc 771 68.96 67.71 68.10 +.20
Nabors 2890 55.40 53.53 55.18 +1.63
Nnogen 1952 5.11 4.84 4.94 +.29
Noapster 909 8.24 7.90 7.92 -.27
NasdlOOTr 105813 37.85 36.93 37.70 +.55
Nasdaq n 1488 10.90 10.08 10.50 -.12
NatlCity 1728 35.80 35.35 35.69 +.22
NatOilwl 2868 4039 39.44 40.69 +1.04
NatSeml s 7130 19.61 18.53 19.22 +.57
NektarTh 1032 18.32 17.25 18.08 +.43
Netease 912 39.50 37.55 38.73 -.17
Netlilxs 1178 11.39 11.08 11.15 -.18
NetwkAp 5657 32.70 30.82 3254 +1.75
Neurcine 1352 41.98 38.50 41.37 +1.92
NwCentFn 2402 52.48 5125 52.47 +.47
NY Cmtys 1740 18.01 17.85 18.01 +.22
NewellRub 925 22.75 22.18 22.75 +.37
NewfExp 1322 70.25 67.70 69.33 -.76
NewmtM 6078 4223 41.52 42.13 +.74
NewsCpA n 7920 17.07 16.73 17.00 +.11
NewsCpB n 3106 17.69 17.38 17.66 +.13
NextelC 20028 29.06 28.68 29.00 +.25
NetlPrt 3055 2020 19.86 19.97 -.18
NiSource 782 23.00 22.72 22.87 -.03
NikeB 791 84.90 83.65 84.65 +.69
NobleCorp 1843 57.04 55.68 56.33 +.49
NoklaCp 9494 16.00 15.75 15.97 +.16
Nordstr 984 50.65 4953 50.42 +.80
NorflkSo 2123 36.10 35.37 35.75 -.04
NortelN If 21538 3.19 3.05 3.17 +12
NoFrkBcs 1584 29.67 29.03 29.49 +.14
NOrion gn 951 2.91 2.86 2.89 -.01
NorTrst 727 44.95 44.21 44.86 +54
NorthrpG s 1799 53.82 52.65 53.72 +1.02
NwstAri 1568 725 7.01 7.18 *
NovaGIld g 739 926 8.73 8.94 +.22
Novartis 927 48.06 47.73 47.77 -.13
NovaStar 4055 35.00 31.10 33.60 -1.57
NvtWrts 5277 13.78 12.70 13.17 +1.14
Novellsn 846 2356 22.65 2352 +.83
Novell 6345 5.93 5.72 5.88 +.07
Novlus 9928 29.79 27.85 29.45 +1.93
Necors 1689 5722 55.70 56.91 +.38
Nvidla 4629 2634 25.16 26.15 +.74


Vol. High Low Close Chg.


OMI Cp 1571 19.25 18.84 19.11 +.27
OSI Phrnn 1372 58.26 56.69 57.07 -.02
Oakley 850 13.85 13.0 1356 +.08
OcciPet 3735 65.52 63.28 65.13 +1.76
OffcDpt 4876 18.27 17.90 18.19 -.06
OfficeMax 896 31.77 31.15 31.75 +.42
OilSvHT 2796 94.58 92.90 94.45+1.48
Omncre 1736 32.15' 31.44 32.05 +.61
Omnicell 826 6.79 6.50 6.79 +.19
OmniVisns 4482 16.99 16.15 16.89 +.74
OnSmcnd 2512 4.57 4.33 4.53 +.13
OpnwvSy 1091 13.48 12.88 13.25 +.29
Oracle 50274 1339 13.01 13.35 +.21
Overstk 1101 54.75 51.86 53.87 +1.28
Owenslll 1291 24.81 24.10 24.70 +.58

PG&ECp 1327 36.08 35.58 35.76 -.08
PMC Sra 6432 10.76 9.94 10.66 +.66
PMI Grp 974 37.55 37.24 37.49 +.04
PNC 1827 53.24 52.66 52.70 -.45
Paccar 904 73.65 72.17 72.87 +.11
PacRim 917 .60 56 57 -.01
PacifCre 1287 65.60 64.15 64.88 +.48
Pactiv 975 23.20 23.00 23.09 .-.01
palmOne 3632 23.40 22.02 23.01+1.26
PanASIv 1011 16.13 15.82 15.87 +.15
PannTc 2137 5.95 553 5.89 +.31
ParkDrI 1599 5.42 5.05 5.31 +.27
ParkHan 823 66.84 65.50 66.77 +.92
Parilux 778 24.20 22.25 22.48 -158
Patinas 1073 37.92 37.06 37.83 +29
Pattersons 1007 48.60 46.80 48.29 +.82
PattUTIs 4359 22.10 21.04 21.93 +.86
Paychex 1472 31.57 30.78 3134 +.39
PeabdyE 836 88.66 86.28 88.40 +1.67
Penney 2195 44.38 43.12 43.50 -.71
PepsiBott 746 28.16 27.69 28.16 +.29
PepsiCo 2283 55.55 54.77 55.10 -.06
PerkElm 910 23.09 22.61 ,22.97 +.17
PerryEllis 17 22.40 21.93 22.35 +.13
PetroKazg 763 39.68 38.41 39.50 +.38
PetrbrsA 2569 39.90 38.65 3930 +59
Petrobrs 2907 45.25 44.23 44.55 -.30
PtroqstE 850 6.00 5.71 5.92 +.12
PetsMart 1234 32.06 31.08 31.87 +.65
Pfizer 24594 25.52 24.88 25.15 +.10
PhmHTr '1060 70.84 69.55 70.53 +.90
Pharmos 1463 .85 .81 .83 +.01
Phazar 910 22.13 19.81 19.90' -1.89
PhelpD 1790 94.00 91.52 93.64+1.59
PhilipsEl 1745 27.45 26.73 27.33 +.19
Photrln 884 16.95 15.60 16.89 +1.22
Pier I 988 18.49 17.80 18.35 +.31
PinnclEnt 772 16.73 16.32 16.60 -.02
PioNtrl 1874 39.14 38.21 39.09 +.14
PltnyBw 730 47.32 46.70 47.30 +.30
Pixar 1634 90.40 85.83 87.06 -2.82
PlacerD 2537 18.07 17.60 17.88 +.33
PlaytxPd 1039 8.15 7.94 8.04 -.01
Polycom 2139 16.72 16.00 16.60 +.47
PortlPlay n 1566 1837 17.25 18.33 +159
Powrwav 859 7:85 750 7.82 +.22
Praxalr 836 45.17 44.11 44.84 +50
PrecDrg 806 74.72 72.20 73.84 +1.02
Prestige n 1738 18.05 17.60 17.92 +.17
Pridelntl 1155 24.80 24.24 24.67 +.45
Primedia 908 3.97 3.63 3.96 +.16
PrimusT 2985 236 1.99 2.02 -.38
PrinFncl 891 39.89 39.14 39.76 +.30
ProctGs 10336 52.28 51.56 52.15 +53
ProgrssEn 1398 44.05 43.65 43.87 -.03
ProtDsg 2560 18.10 17.49 17.99 +.27
ProvETg 1479 10.14 9.95 10.06 +.07
Providian 1056 16.77 16.40 16.71 +.08
ProvHIth 1386 23.14 22.68 23.10 +.40
Prudentl 1734 58.35 57.17 58.05 +.47
PSEG 882 54.62 53.75 54.10 -.15
PulteHm 3331 70.05 67.00 69.90 -1.26

QLT 3438 15.00 1450 1458 -.63
Qlognc 2743 42.26 40.41 41.65 +.82
Qualcoms 17545 36.24 3436 36.16 +.85
QuantaSvc 828 7.78 7.749 7.74 +.11
Qnstake gn 1433 35 .32 35 +.084
Questar 731 5125 50.54 50.68 -.60
QwestCm 9551 4.17 4.10 4.15 -.01
RF MicD 5672 5.74 5.50 5.72 +.07
Radian 888 47.14 46.25 46.91 +.12
RadioShk 961 33.41 3238 33.14 +58
Rainmkr 2197 .68 50 .52 -22
Rambus 1300 1837 17.70 18.21 +29
Raytheon 1429 3837 37.86 38.05 -.10
RealNwk 1925 6.98 6.76 6.88 +.19
RedHat 2516 12.60 12.32 1256 +.21
Redback 958 7.38 7.00 7.34 +.10
Reebok 738 44.85 44.34 44.53 +.04
RegionsFn 1275 32.89 32.24 32.77 +.45
ReliantEn 2063 12.79 12.39 12.72 +.32
RentACt 786 26.02 25.16 25.86 +.60
RepubSv 1778 30.59 30.20 30.35 -.22
RschMots 6148 76.75 73.20 75.98 +153
RetailHT 1631 98.97 97.45 98.54 +50
Revlon 729 2.36 224 2.32 +.01
ReynldsAm 778 85.22 84.59 84.76 -.08
RIgsNt 1097 19.69 19.35 19.43 -.17
RiteAid 3300 3.62 3.49 3.61 +.10
RobtHalf 890 29.25 28.66 28.85 +.08
RockwlAut 1117 60.52 59.56 60.32 +.62
RossStrs 1074 28.05 27.25 27.78 -.04
Rowan 1956 30.82 29.91 30.50 +39
RylCarb 2603 48.97 47.85 48.76 +.84
RoylDut 1746 59.06 58.42 58.85 +29
Ryland s 1689 67.09 64.51 66.77 -1.62

SR Telecm 2046 .93 .70 .77 -.13
SAP AG 1366 39.92 3935 39.86 +.40
SBO Com 10806 24.41 23.95 24.26 +.16
SEI Inv 898 36.51 35.58 36.43 +.39
SK TIcm 919 20.03 19.77 19.99 +.09
SLM Cp 3527 48.98 47.35 48.81 +1.50
STMicro 2503 17.60 17.13 17.45 +.23
SabreHold 1000 21.27 20.85 21.15 +.41
Safeway 1515 19.13 18.76 19.11 +31
Stiudes 3099 40.54 39.20 40.40 +1.35
StPaulTrav 3590 39.64 38.71 39.40 +.61
Saks 817 15.45 15.05 15.37 +.12
SanDisks 2909 25.00 24.08 24.81 +.43
Sanmina 6864 6.18 5.89 6.09 +.14
Sapient 1355 6.86 6.51 6.77 +.11
SaraLee 3990 23.93 2338 2357 -.35
SavientPh 680 3.35 2.80 3.03 +.10
SaxonCp n 1663 18.39 17.69 18.28 +.18
SchergPI 3854 19.47 18.77 19.41 +.42
Schlmb 4648 74.16 73.07 73.44 +.42
Schwab 6989 10.89 10.38 10.77 +.37
SciAtlanta 1058 32.01 31.50 31.97 +.62
ScottishRe 1192 23.82 23.39 23.59 +.19
ScottReun 877 28.25 28.20 28.20 -.19
Scrippss 738 47.89 46.30 47.71+1235
SeagateT 2508 17.50 17.02 17.28 +.03
Sears 5267 52.58 50.95 52.30+1.27
SelectMd 829 17.91 17.83 17.90 +.03
SemiHTr 44493 34.16 32.56 33.93 +1.15
SempraEn 1027 40.61 39.90 40.29 +38
Semtech 1354 20.86 19.27 20.56 +.99
SenHous 746 18.28 17.68 18.25 +1.02
Sepracor 1277 59.93 57.34 59.24 +1.11
SvceCp 1267 7.45 725 738 +.18
Svcmstr 1168 1358 13.30 13.42 +20
Shrplm 3204 15.17 14.08 15.10 -1.84
ShIrePh 2598 32.89 32.10 32.46 +.66
SiderNacs 1146 22.14 21.70 22.02 +.37
SiebelSys 7235 8.84 8.61 8.78 +14
SierrPac 1295 10.03 9.64 10.01 +.30
SierraWr 952 9.39 9.06 9.31 +.09
SigmDg 828 10.24 9.32 10.13 +.62
SigmaTel 1897 40.67 38.17 40.01 +.93
SilcnGph 4198 1.34 1.26 1.27 -.03
Silcnimg 2798 12.07 11.20 11.97 +.43
SilcnLab 2066 36.60 34.10 36.25 +1.88
SST 1219 4.94 455 4.92 +.19
SilvStd g 896 13.75 13.20 13.68 +.67
SimonProp 822 64.99 64.11 64.92 +53
Sina 3454 23.65 22.58 23.23 +,20
SinusS 47219 6.03 5.74 5.98 +.05
SixFlags 1836 4.42 4.16 4.28 -.14
SkywksSol 2824 7.60 725 7.55 +.27
SmithlntI 1566 62.36 61.41 62.05 +.46
SmurfStne 2102 15.67 15.16 15.64 +.37
Sohu.cm 1017 15.60 15.00 15.39 +.14
Solectro 3141 4.75 4.65 4.72 +.02
SncWall 1774 6.46 6.03 6.15 +.05
Sonus n 5126 5.65 5.41 5.59 +.03
SouthnCo 2410 33.60 33.12 33.18 -.34
SwstAirl 3285 1455 14.36 14.48 -.07


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
SovrgnBcp 1859 23.69 2335 2355 +.02
SprmtFON 17889 23.39 23.18 2331 +.10
SPDR 52029 121.04 119.46 120.77 +1.03
SP Mid 1396 121.46 119.51 121.34 +1.37
SP MatIs 1153 29.88 29.42 29.78 +.29
SP Engy 3945 40.63 39.95 40.42 +.35
SPFncI 1843 30.62 3025 3057 +24
SP 11Util1 1624 29.34 28.93 29.09 +.02
StdPac 1687 74.78 71.05 73.78 -3.16
Standex 22 29.10 2850 2835 +22
Staples 2237 3238 31.13 32.18 +.84
StarGas 1737 3.88 350 351 -.29
StarScien 1031 6.15 5.76 5.97 -.09
Starbucks 4968 50.65 4921 50.18 *
StarwdHti 1181 59.34 58.86 59.00 -.09
StateStr 1319 45.81 4438 45.69 +36
StiDyna 848 39.20 38.02 38.95 +.34
StemCells 2683 4.43 425 426 -.15
Stricycle 3079 48.77 45.03 4534 -4.47
StewEnt 1374 655 6.20 6.45 +.05
sTGoldn 1896 42.16 41.83 42.08 +.33
StrideRt 280 13.65 13.18 13.40 -.01
Strykers 1445 5133 5033 50.95 +.76
SturmR 98 8.24 7.93 8.08 -.15
SunMicro 31997 434 4.19 430 +.06
Suncorg 2663 37.86 35.77 3737+1.62
SunGard 3075 2650 25.71 25.96 -.61
Sunoco 755 96.00 94.03 9521 +51
SupTech 1380 1.06 .99 1.04 +.02
SwiftTrn 1416 23.10 21.74 22.99 +.84
Sycamre 813 358 3.45 356 +.07
Symantec s 27297 21.73 20.91 21.60 +.60
SymbhIT 1414 18.47 17.94 1829 +.16
Synaptics 4722 23.25 21.87 2250 -.18
Synopsys 1096 1824 1725 18.16 +.90
Synovus 463 28.04 27.60 28.01 +30
Sysco 2558 3523 34.66 34.84 -.07

THQ Inc 1593 2721 2632 26.73 -.42
TJX 966 2555 25.18 2535 +.14
TOP Tank n 796 19.70 1.85 1950 *
TTM Tch 1000 11.00 10.40 10.82 +.47
TXUCorp 1688 76.30 7457 75.78 +.56
Taiwan 160 13.46 13.34 1335 -.13
TalwSemi 5349 927 8.94 920 +21
Target 2911 49.95 49.06 4923 +.17
TASER s 13352 14.01 13.05 13.48 -.94
Tegal 1639. 129 120 124 +.08
Tekelec 1162 19.41 1837 19371 +.74
TelNort '2836 16.68 15.83 16.34 +.38
TlcmArg 914 12.50 12.21 12.45 +24.
TelMexL 1242 40.48 40.06 4031 +27
TelspCel 4485 7.09 6.93 7.06 +.06
TeleTech 826 11.69 11.08 11.42 +.15
TelwestGI n 978 16.75 16.13 1659 +39
Telkonet 751 5.93 5.40 5.82 +.48
Tellabs 3890 7.23 7.12 721 +.04
Templelnl 784 7650 74.60 75.4 +.91
TenetHIt 2842 10.17 10.02 10.09 *
Teradyn 3608 15.81 14.65 1559 +.75
Terayon 1437 3.00 2.65 2.98 +28
Terra 913 8.06 7.80 7.95 *
Terremark 809 .70 .65 .70 +.04
Tesoro 749 33.60 32.75 3331 +25
TesseraT 1645 40.85 37.34 40.64 +2.07
TevaPh s 3231 30.01 29.45 29.45 -.14
Texlnst 17245 25.98 24.79 25.86 +35
ThermoEl 1078 27.95 27.60 27.83 +.10
3Com 3455 3.73 3.56 3.71 +.09
3M Co 2572 8452 8324 84.04 +.14
TibcoSft 2517 11.34 1034 11.15 +.10
Tidwtr 910 41.13 39.95 41.05 +50
Tiffany 1330 31.49 3039 31.18 +85
TimeWam 13912 18.13 17.86 18.00 +.03
TWTele 832 4.29 4.00 429 +.38
TiVo Inc 1280 3.71 3.49 351 -.09
Todco 766 23.50 21.73 22.80 +1.10
TollBros 3262 83.61 81.40 8255 -230
THilfgr4 1091 11.01 1033. 11.00 +58
TorRes 1186 25.54 23.51 25.40 -20
ToyRU 1799 22.16 2157 22.10 +.41
Tmsmeta 1908 1.19 1.14 1.18 -.01
Tmransocn 3734 47.02 46.01 46.95 +.95
Tribune 1244 42.17 41.03 42.01 +.98
Tdinsic rs 1717 1.09 .92 .99 +.19
TrdQuint 884 3.60 335 358 +.17
TurboCh rs 741 17.74 16.84 17.48 +.13
Tycolntl 9108 3428 33.61 3422 +.67
Tyson 852 16.74 16.37 16.67 +14


USEC 1620 13.58 13.16 1339 +.48
vjUSG 1593 29.55 27.49 28.89 +1.17
UTStrcm 2610 1451 14.14 1438 +.12
UbiqulTI 1370 7.00 6.68 6.85 +.03


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
1658626 ATI tech 22.42 21.91 22.21 +.11
2182022 AbitibI C 6.85 6.58 6.65 -.15
1240939 Acclaim u 16.00 15.80 15.99 +.19
996210 Agrium 19.98 19.39 19.66 +.05
935878 Alcan 46.60 45,50 46.24 +.63
1076252 Algoma St 34.45 32.60 3420+1.65
3385774 Aur Res 6.86 6.50 6.73 +.31
1543001 BCE Inc 29.66 29.24 2927 -.40
1078032 Barlckgid 28.50 28.04 28.26 +.21
1946178 Baytexu 14.90 14.35 14.82 +.34
2965210 BemaGlo 3.55 3.51 3.53 +.03
1242854 Bk N S 4020 39.80 40.05 +.18
943724 BkMontreal 56.42 55.85 56.33 +.42
908300 BllzzardEnerg2.83 2.57 2.83 +.23
1408600 BollvarGo 2.18 2.14 2.16 -.02
3004122 BombdrBf 2.69 2.60 2.61 -.08
8383962 CAE 5.25 4.90 5.20 -.17
2021912 Cameco 54.06 49.25 52.40+2.79
1159630 Clear engy 6.40 6.10 6.35 +.29
1634324 Connacher .76 .63 .76 +.12
1028904 Crystalxso 4.29 4.14 4.26 +.11
2375129 Eldorado 3.71 354 3.71 +.19
1061234 EncanaC 77.14 75.01 76.09 -.06
2162141 EnerVestDvrs 22 .20 .20 -.01
951116 FlowngEo .76 .73 .76 +.01
936371 G Star 4.13 3.91 3.95 *
1630070 Glamis 22.18 21.63 21.87 -.13
5436331 Goldcorp 17.42 16.95 17.07 +.27
949908 HighPointRes 1.72 1.62 1.72 +.07
2122965 HudBayMineral2.77 2.68 2.70 *
1536000 HudbayMineral.04 .04 .04 -.01
1052816 Husky e 3425 33.28 34.04 +.56
994949 lamgold 9.10 8.70 9.10 +.37
950214 Inco 44.65 4336 4427 +58
939456 InnovaExpIro 5.75 5.40 5.75 +.40
6458790 Iverniainc 2.09 1.95 1.99 -.01
1360240 Kinrossgid 8.35 8.19 8.19 +.01


FRIDAY DIVIDENDS DECLARED
Pe- Stk of pay-
riod rate record able
IRREGULAR
AnsellLtdz ....2128 3-17 4-15
Banco Chile z ... 237 3-11 3-28
GlaxoSmithKllne z .4443 2-18 4-7
Novartis AGz ... 86 3-3 4-6
Rio Tinto plc z ... 1.80 2-25 4-11
Scottish Power z ... 3676 2-18 3-29
Smith & Nephewz .. .2969 4-22 5-23
z- approx. amount per ADS or ADR.
STOCK
Apple Computer x ... 2-18
x- 2 for I split, exact pay date in late February,
unannounced.
Bright Horizons x .. 3-4 3-18
x- 2 for 1 split.
Hub Group Inc A x ...
x-2 for 1 split, subject to shrhldr approval 5-4.
MSGI Security x ... 2-22 3-8
x- 2 for 1 split
INCREASED
Bimer Dental Mgmt Q .20 3-31 4-14
Habersham Bncp(GA) Q .08 3-1 3-15
Intier Automotive Q .17 2-28 3-15
Irwin Fin'l Q .10 3-11 3-25
Northbridge Fncl g Q .165 2-28 3-31
OMI Corp Q .08 3-22 4-12
Peoples Bancorp Q .19 3-15 4-1
Ryder System Q .16 2-21 3-18
Tortoise Energylnfra Q .44 2-18 3-1
Vulcan Materials Co Q .29 2-25 3-10
INITIAL
Kingsway Fin'l Svc ... .05 3-15 3-31
REGULAR
Allmerica Secs Q .135 2-28 3-31
AMCOL Intl Q .09 2-24 3-9
Amer Cmty Props Tr Q .10 2-24 3-10
Analog Devices Inc Q .06 2-25 3-16
Bristol West HIdgs Q .05 2-24 3-10


Vol. High Low Close Chg.
UltraPtg 1193 56.49 54.42 55.83+1.06
UnionPac 1150 60.63 59.43 60.47 +1.09
Unisys 3061 7.94 7.74 7.88 +.13
UDomR 742 22.86 22.45 22.58 -.10
UtdMicro 7229 3.72 357 3.67 +.11
UtdOnln 1401 11.75 1129 11.58 +.19
UPS B 3058 75.55 7450 7520 +.69
US Bancrp 4215 3056 30.06 30.30 +.18
USSteel 2775 5324 51.90 52.81 +53
UtdTech 3033 102.77 101.10 101.40 -126
UtdThrp 1095 4431 42.40 43.70 -.87
UtdGIblCm 2716 9.87 959 9.76 +.17
UtdhlthGp 2723 88.88 87.47 87.75 -.28
UnvTrck n 3255 22.65 2050 2250 *
Univision 1424 26.98 26.16 26.1 +.67
Unocal 2414 50.70 4929 5052 +1.02
UnumProv 1650 1725 16.86 17.15 +.19
UtahMed 1 20.78 20.60 20.60 -.03

ValeantPh 737 24.06 2331 23.97 +.56
ValTech 873 335 2.96 3.11 +.17
ValeroEs 2899 62.07 60.73 61.43 +.19
ValorCm n 913 15.62 1538 15.60 +.10
ValueClick 2896 1230 1134 12.09 -.15
Varco 1857 33.88 32.78 33.70 +.76
VarianM s 771 37.86 3720 37.70 +.16
VarianS 1272 38.77 37.14 38.65 +1.27
Veecolost 5656 17.48 1623 16.96 -1.90
Verisign 4448 25.66 24.48 25.48 +.83
Veritas 19003 24.02 23.05 23.80 +.75
VerizonCm 5808 3657 36.02 3631 +27
VersoTch 1073 .44 .40 .42
VertxPh 1101 11.62 11.29 11.55 +.23
VestaurSec 11 13.99 13.88 13.98 +.10
ViacomBi 3356 37.65 36.98 37.44 +.44
Vicuron 818 17.69 16.68 1750 +.67
Vignette 3278 126 1.16 124 +.04
Viisage 794 5.97 5.79 5.84 -.03
Vishay 1440 13.50 12.90 13.44 +.39
Visteon 2495 7.16 6.85 7.05 +.19
Vitesse 6882 328 3.11 324 +.09
Vodafone 1295 26.40 26.08 2638 +.17

WClCmts 782 3324 32.16 33.08 -25
WD40 116 33.22 31.956 32.89 +59
WPT Ent n 828 19.44 1759 1939 +1.89
Wabash 2118. 25.45 24.05 25.00 +31
Wachovia 3043 56.28 5535 56.01 +.60
WalMart 10339 52.63 52210 52230 -.16
Walgm 4599 43.42 42.41 42.81 -.68
WAMoUt 2418 40.65 40.13 40.45 +.13
WRIT 178 30.62 29.75 30.55 +.39
WsteMInc 1453 29.89 29.30 29.77 *
WatsnPh 5245 31.16 28.84 30.65 +254
Weathfint 1842 5825 5723 58.11 +.75
WebMD 2983 8.06 7.67 8.05 +.20
WebEx 885 23.40 22.70 23.11 +.04
webMethl f 807 5.99 5.66 5.91 +.03
WellPoint 2086 122.75 119.83 120.00 -1.52
WellsFrgo 4508 60.69 60.22 60.30 -.13
Wendys 1123 41.15 40.17 40.95 +.36
WDigit 2170 1121 10.80 1120 +.04
WWirelss 3159 38.05 3785 37.87 -.12
WestwOne 799 25.56 2450 25.39 +.83
Weyerh 1389 63.38 6230 62.2 -.07
WheatR g 2593 336 325 333 +.QS
Whripl 1162 63.80 62.01 63.18 +.72
WholeFd 1773 99.14 95.87 98.73 +220
WmsCos 2296 17.97 1755 17.73 -.16
WillisGp 1975 38.25 37.60 37.99 +.04
WinDix 24479 2.25 1.45 157 -.68
WrightM 3668 25.50 23.60 25.15 -.24
Wyeth 5439 39.91 38.78 39.17 +35
Wyndham 1003 .92 .83 .90 +.01
Wynn 839 71.22 69.44 7059 +.91

XL Cap 801 75.72 74.70 75.46 +.46
XMSat 5870 33.85 31.65 3356 +1.66
XOMA 1320 1.43 1.35 1.40 -.04
XTO Egy s 2441 3924 3825 39.03 +53
XcelEngy 860 18.05 17.83 17.92 -.03
Xerox 3092 15.37 15.07 15.13 +.09
Xllinx 7781 29.99 28.70 29.75 +.80
Xybmaut 1979 1.02 .97 1.02 +.02
Yahoos 19826 34.70 3331 34.15 +.71
VYumBrds 1342 47.34 46.30 46.98 +.63
ZebraTs 1166 5037 4826 5025+2.01
ZhoneTch 903 2.60 2.49 259 +.14
ZiCorp 1375 7.45 623 7.45 +123
Zimmer 1643 85.95 84.21 85.09 -.16
Zoran 791 10.79 10.13 10.68 +.33


Vol. High
1013258 MDS Inc 16.65
1386665 Manulife 58.50
1298626 Masonitel 39.70
1069198 Medcomso .65
946672 NatBkCan 52.69
1611000 Nextair o .01
1551406 Norbordinc 13.13
9649880 Nortel Net 3.95
935276 PetroCCV 68.12
2174502 PlacerDm 22.37
890346 QLT Inc 18.51
3603674 Queenstak .44
940771 Rionarcea 2.28
1604799 RogersBf 35.40
1346167 SRTelcom 1.10
10029292 SaskWhtbe .48
1158351 Sherrittif 10.06
948873 SliverWheaton3.80
997814 Sino Forest 4.23
1276025 Southrnera .50
2494371 Stelco A 3.02
1164666 SthCrossot 1.09
1122530 Sun Grou 8.70
3110238 Suncor 46.78
1754628 Systech R .01
2661644 TaheraDiamnd .48
982898 Talisman 39.80
1007199 Teck Bf 43.56
1538794 TorDmBk 49.85
1291875 Trueengyo 5.30
1593450 UTSEnergyCor .99
1227756 Uex Co 3.70
5738141 UtsEnergy 1.69
2806879 Viking u 7.25
1459250 Wheatnwo 2.53
926613 Yamanagld 4.28


BurlingtonNthmrnSFe Q .17 3-11
CPAC Inc Q .07 2-28
Direct General Cp .04 3-1
Fst BancTrustCp Q 2-25
General Electric Q 22 2-28
Hancock HIdg Co Q .165 3-4
Keithley Instruments Q .0375 3-17
Marsh Supermkts A&B Q .13 4-15
Maxus RealtyTr Q 25 2-28
Newell Rubbermaid Q 21 2-22
Parkway Props Q .65 3-16
RoyalCaribb Cruises Q .13 3-1
Scripps, EW A Q .10 2-28
Wolverine WorldWide Q .065 4-1
MUTUAL FUNDS/ETFs
EatonVnce EnhdEqty M .137 2-18
EatonVan FloatRtinc M .094 2-22
EatonVan SrFloatRt M .094 2-22
Fed PrmierlntmMuni M .065 2-23
Fed PremierMunilnco M .0838 2-23
GeorgePutnmFdBoston o .078 2-17
IDEXFedTaxExmptA M .0495 2-14
IDEXPimcoRRtnTIPSA M .0123 2-14
IDEXPimcoTotalRtnA M .0155 2-14
IDEXTansamCnsvHiA M .0419 2-14
IDEX'ransamCnsvHil M .0446 2-14
IDEXTransamCnvSecA M .0141 2-14
IDEXTransamFlxIncoA M .0307 2-14
IDEXTransamFIxIncol M .0334 2-14
John Hanck Pfdlncll M .155 2-22
Pacholder Hi YId M .075 2-28
Pioneer FItng Rt M .0958 3-8
PutnAmAm GvtncoFdA M .018 2-11
Putnm AssetAIICons A M .017 2-11
Putnm DvrsfdlncoB&C M .035 2-11
Putnm nIncoFd A M .016 2-16
Putnm MngdHighYIdTr M .049 2-23
Putnm MuniBdI M .0651 2-23
Putnm MunlOppIT M .0644 2-23
Renaissance CapGr3 Q .10 2-18
g- payable In Canadian funds.


Low Close Chg.
16.42 16.59 -.06
58.07 58.27 +.17
3931 39.40 -.30
.50 .59 +.07
51.70 52.45 +.73
.01 .01 *
12.86 13.07 +.10
3.78 3.92 +.13
66.55 6757 +.60
21.80 22.10 +.38
17.91 18.04 -.81
.40 .43 +.05
220 2.23 +.02
34.72 34.96 -.57
.87 .96 -.17
.44 .48 +.04
9.89 10.05 +.23
3.67 3.75 +.09
4.06 4.16 +.02
.47 .49 +.03
2.65 2.96 -.11
1.01 1.07 +.07
8.60 8.67 +.01
44.23 4620 +1.90
.01 .01 -.01
.47 .48 +.01
38.45 39.73 +.87
41.21 43.55+2.33
49.65 49.75 *
5.02 5.12 +.13
.68 .88 +.21
3.40 3.41 -.15
1.35 155 +.23
7.10 7.21 +.09
2.43 2.53 +.06
4.02 4.05 -.13


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MUTUAL



FUNDS


The list includes the largest mutual funds supplied by
the National Association of Securities Dealers.
NAV is net asset value. Tkr is ticker symbol

Fund Tr. NAV Chg. Find Tb. NAY VCh.
AARP yrst: AMutiApAMRMX 26.44 +.16
CapGr ACGFX 43.35 +38 BalAp AALX 1.01 +.07
GNMA AGNMX 15.21 BondAp ABNDX 13.65 -.0
Global ACOBX 26.93 +25 CaplBAp CAIBX 53.07 +21
Gthlnc ACDGX 21.92 +.14 CapWA p CWBFX 19.80 -.02
MgdMuni AMUBX 931 -.01 CapWGApCWGIX 34.08 +.29
ABN AMRO Find: EupacA p AEPGX 35.72 +31
GiwthN CHTIX 22.43 +.17 FdInvAp ANCFX 32.07 +26
M&CBaiN MOBAX 16.39 +.10 Gov.A p AMDSX 13.74 -.2
M&CGmN MCGFX 22.70 +21 GwtBAp AGTHX 27.19 +23
AIM Inveslnes A: HITrAp AHITX 12.60 *
Agrsvep AAGX 1026 +.17 Hi MunA AMHIX 15.63 -.01
Bap 1 A X 256 +.13 IncoA* p AMECX 18.52 +.08
Basil p G ALX 32.39 +.18 I"ldAp AIBAX 13.70 -.02
BIChipAp ABCAX 11.64 +.08 ICAAp A5VSX 30.73 +.18
IChpitAp CHRPX 12.14 +.011 LTEBAp LTEBX 15.54 -.01
Cartt p CSTGX 22.84 +.22 NEcA p ANEPX 2059 +.20
DvMktAp GTDDX 14.60 +*15 Nawr ANWPX 27.40 +.24
EuaGrp SEDAX 29.97 +.16 13 +.
IntGvA AGOVX 8.9 SmCpApSMCWX 31.57 +038
InlGrow AIIEX 20.11 +.180 FAP AFTEX 12.64 -.01
Small p IEGAX 16.84 +.07 WshA p AWSHX 30.75 +.19
MdCpCEt GTAGX 28.73 +.20 Amcerica IF B .
PremEqly AVLFX 9.83 +.07 AmcpBt AMPBX 17.63 +.13
SmCGAp GTSAX 27.25 +.34 Balt BABX 17.95 +.08
Sunmtl SMMIX 10.93 +.109 BodBt BFABX 13.65 -.01
WeingAp WEINX 12.81 +.12 CapBBt CIsBX 53.07 +.21
AIM nvestmentsB CpWGrBtCWGBX 33.92 +29
BasVIBt GTVBX 30.56 +.26 Erpact AEGBX 35.42 +31
BIChipBt ABCBX 10.4 +.407 FdInvBt AFIBX 31.98 +.25
ChartBt BCHTS 12.32 +.10 GrwthBt AGRBX 26.41 +22
EurGrBt AEDBX 28a59 +.15 HITrt ATBX 12.60
HYldBt AHYBX 4.57 Incolt IFABX 18.43 +.08
PremEqty AVLBX 9.11 +.07 IAet APX 3.596 +3 .1
AIM Investor t wPerspt NPFBX 27.05 +.24
orestk F 16 SmCpBt SCWBX 30.65 +37
Dynm FIDYX 16.42 +.17 WahBt WSHBX 30.7 +.19
Energy FSTEX 31.16 +.34 Amrindo RFnds
rnSvc FSFSX 29.09 +30 Tech D ATCHX 7.72 +.11
Gld&OPrec FGLDX 3.60 +.06 AmrstckMFlAMSTX 39.96 +.18
HtSci FHLSX 49.46 +.44 Ari Mutual Fds:
InCEqt IIBCX 11.52 +09 ApprecA CAAPX 46.86 +.36
Tech FCHX 2431 +38 Ariel ARGFX 52.88 +52
AIM/I1NVESCO Invslrt Amad1a I
CoreStk FIp X 10.66 +.09 SCAmOpVp A1IX 22.09 +24
AM Funds: Artisan FRnds:
M "S 0 Intl OTIX 22.02 +.16
A .sRI AVALX 18.03 -.02
AeLg MidC+ p T2A ARTMX 29.24 +33
Alger Americam MIdCapValARTQX 17.39 +.13
Growth AAGOX 34.41 +36 SCapVal ARTX 17.69 +.18
Alger +0nds B: Ati RisFnd
CapAprt ACAPX 7.8 +.09 GvSec ASGMX 10.12 -.01
LgCpGBt AGPX 98 +.10 GNOp ASGIX 2239 +.22
SmCapGrtALSCX 430 .07 Baron Funds:
Alger Fundsn Is Asset BARAX 53.25 +.53
MidCpGrl ALMRX 16.72 +.1 Growth BGRFX 46.47 +.41
AiatncBeiA: SmCap BSCFX 22.40 +.18
AmGvIncAANAGX 7.55 +.01 BeishireFuRnds:
malanAp CABNX 1739 +.07 Focus BFOCX 6.15 +.12
GISCpA p GSCAX 9.56 +.03 erGst s
GIbTcA p ALT 53.92 +.69 Beuna SteinkRIAX
GrncAp CABS DX 3.81 +.03 IntCour NIX 13.47 -.02
GoawhApAGRFX 33.10 +32SCa Mu SNCAX 14.48 -.01
dAp AYAX 6.19 DNMu SNPX 14.1329 -.01
LgCpGrA pAPAX 17.71 +.17 VYMu 5NEX 14.13 -.01
ntA PtAX 17.71 +.17 TxMgalntV SNIVX 22.39 +.17
MCpGrA p CHCLX 6.07 +.14o IntVa2 SINX 21.04 +.16
MMSAt AMMSX 5.72 +.01 IEmMkts SNEV X 36 +.33
MuFLAp AFLAX 10.41 -.01 BMRinds +
NEuropApANEAX 16.67 +.12 BeCpn LOMC 4
SmCpGrA QUASX 23.04 +.28 Fund BERWX 29.03 +.28
T eW IN p AGIAX 122IX +04 ome 12.1 01
W lpSAX .32 +.204 C 309 +28
USGoatA pABUSX 7.11 -.01 r~nMCG p 8MCFX 3029 +20
AilanUCeBern Ad: Blacidlck A.
GlncAdv CBBYX 3.82 +.03 AuroraA SSRAX 39.58 +.41
IntValAdv ABIYX 16.72 +.15 HiYInvAu HYAX 8.31
LgCpGrAd APGYX 1825 +.18 BlackRock ds Blrl .
Amicern CoreBmirk CCBBX 9.79 -.01
BaIanBt CABSX 1655 +.07 CBira We I Fun .
EmMDbtBpAGDBX 8.79 Giwthp E RGSRX 19.56 +.1
GIbTchBt ATEBX 48.85 +.062 Branlywinef ts:
GncGrp CBBDX 3.74 +.02 Bmldye ERWIX 27.22 +.2
Growth t AGBBX 23.04 +.22 BidgewayFunds:
LgCpGr tAPGBX 16.04 +.15 USCMkt BRSIX 17.01 +.11
MMS BtAMMBX 5.72 BwnSmCI B CSIX 26.63 +.45
MuCABp ALCBX 11.11 Buffalo RFunds:
TMgBIWIpAGIBX 1123 +.04 Balancd BUFBX 1021 +.03
ASi TSnaemnC: SmCap BUFSX 27.11 +38
AmGvrncCANACX 7.57 CDC Nvest Fds AC
GrincCt CBBCX 3.75 +.02 HarLCVIA NEFOX 13.18 +.07
Intea t ABICX 1637 +.15 HarFocVI NRSAX 12.77 +.09
L tCpGC tAPX 16.08 +.15 StarAdA pNEOSX 18.60 +.14
UiSGl CtABUCX 7.12 -.01 CDC Nvest Fds B:
AlRSMdslfA:* StarAdvBpNESBX 16.72 +.13
Balance AOBLX 12.82 +.02 CGM Funds:
AMne AAdvantAMll CapDv LOMCX 30.45 +.22
LiCpAmr AAGAX 19.82 +.15 Focus CGMFX 31.57 +.26
AnerAmdlkntht Realty CGMRX 31.71 -.47
IniEqlns AAIEX 28.27 +.18 Calamos Rinds:
AnMiUerAAd t pIln ConvAp CCVIX 20.86 +.15
SCpPlan AVAX 19.69 +.20 Gr&IncC t CVTCX 293 +.23
Amm CEAX 1 Gr&lncA p CVrRX 29.42 +.23
Growth TWGIX 19.52 +.17 GrwtlAp CVGRX 5135 +.67
AYwCentr y.. ^ A GrowthBt CVGBX 53.14 +.69
Eqncp TWEAX 8.14 +.0 GmwtCCVGCX 49.44 +.64
IflcG p AMADX 30.62+.26 Incop C X C1t0 0*
Utra p TWIUAX 28.48 +260 Seco t I 30 .29
A er IN T SocEqA pt CSIEPX 03 +.29
Eqlndex ACQISI 4.1 +.03 MTxFU I, CTFLX .1061 '
Ultra tIWUX 29.14 +.26 SCa DFXn 12.99 +.10
Amer Century I. Gra wa I 12.99 +10
EqGrol BEQGX 22.12 +.16 Causeway In *
Eqlnc TWEIX 8.14 .05 lstitutl r CIVX 122 +.12
FLMuBnd ACBFX 10.94 -.01 Invesor CV 15 +12
GNMAI BGNIVMX 10.48 -.01 Yntry nd
Gift TWGTX SharesTr CENSX 34.34 +.25
GIGoldr BGEIX 11.56 +23 C~ street Rnds:
GI Grwthl TWGGX 7.69 +.08 DivRond CDBFX 1193 -.01
Gmrwthl TWCGX 1938 +.17 LgCoStk CLCFX 11.63 +.08
Heritagel TWHIX Citizens Rhnds:
IncGro BIGX 30.65 +.6 CitCGSt WAIDX 19.23 +19
AIntlBnd BEGBX 1436 -.02 CitEGrSt WAEGX 13.67 +.17
IntDiscr WEGX 136 +.09 CitGblSt WAGEX 1596 +.12
IntlGrol TWIEX 8.% +.08 Clipper CFIMX 8791 +58
RealEstl REACX 24.12 +.20 Cohel&Steers:
Select TWCIX 37.72 +30 InstRIty CSRIX 4351 +23
SGov TWUSX 950 -.01 RItylncBt CSCIX 16.14 +.08
SmCpVI ASVIX 10.13 +.11 RItyShrs CSRSX 66.72 +37
SmalICo ASQIX 1021 +.10 Specfocsl CSSPX 5129 +.28
StrAgg TWSAX 7.71 +.05 Columbia Class A:
StrConv TWSCX 5.61 +.02 Acornt LACAX 25.86 +.27
StrMod TWSMX 6.78 +.03 FedSec CFSAX 10.77 -.02
Tg2010 BTTNX 87.48 -.18 Gr&lncA CFGAX 1832 +.08
Tg2020 BTTX 56.82 -.18 HiYldA COLHX 4.82 *
Tech -ATCIX 17.74 +.34 MdCapVI COLGX 26.71 +.24
Utra TWCUX 28.4 +27 StrtInA COSIX 6.33 -.01
Until BUUX 12.41 +.03 TxEAp COL'X 13.91 -.02
Valuelnv TWVLX 7.43 +.08 Columbia Class B:
Veedotr AMVIX 5.41 +.05 Acorn t IACBX 25.11 +27
Vista TWCVX 14.63 +.14 Gr&lncBt CFGBX 1722 +.08
Amer Express A: Incomet CIOBX 10.15 -.01
DEI INDZX 1126 +.10 Columbia Class C:
Divrnd INBNX 4.92 -.01 Acomnt LIACX 25.10 +27
DvOppA INUTX 729 +.03 Gr&lncC CFGDX 1734 +.08
EqSel INVPX 12.71 +.14 Columbia Cl IT&G:
EqVal p IEVAX 1028 +.08 DivlncoT GEQAX 11.80 +.06
Growth INIDX 2639 +.19 Columbia Class Z:
HiYIdBd INEAX 2.95 AorZ ACRNX 2639 +28
HiYd INHYX 4.51 AcomIntZ ACINX 29.76 +.21
LgCpEqp ALEAX 5.06 +.03 AsIA GAATX 16.13 +.08
MgdAJI p IMRFX 954 +.06 IntBldZ SRBFX 9.15 -.01
Mutual p INMUX 984 +.03 LargeCo ILCIX 27.76 +20
NwD INNDX 23.63 +.14 MgdMZ SRMMX 9.14 -.01
SDGovt IFINX 4.79 MCpGthlZ CLSPX 20.68 +28
SmnColndx ISIAX 839 +.07 MdCpVI LSVSX 27.01 +24
Stock p INSTX 1931 +.12 QityPIBd GHQTX 10.93 -.01
Thdlntl IGLGX 5.67 +.04 SmCpZ SMCEX 16.65 +.18
Thdlnti INIFX 721 +.06 SmCoEq GSETX 18.41 +24
Amer Express 8; YhglnvZ SRYIX 11.06 +.10
DEIt IDEBX 11.22 +.10 Columbia Rinds:
HiYdBdt IEIBX 2.95 GrowthZ CLMBX 28.16 +24
NwDt INDBX 2238 +13 HiYldZ CMHYX 8.81 *
SDGovt ISHOX 4.79 ReEsEqZ CREEX 25.77 +.16
Amer Express Prmtn Comstock Partners:
IntlSelVI p APIAX 821 +.07 CapVIA DRCVX 2.75 -.03
SCpVIAp ASVAX 6.78 +.05 StrategyA CPFAX 324 -.02
Arner Express Y. StratOt CPSFX 3.15 -.02
NwD iDNYX 23.74 +.14 CG Cap Mkt Rls:
American Rinds A: LgGrw TLGUX 11.75 +.11
AmcpAp AMCPX 18.17 +14 LgVal TLVUX 11.10 +.08


TOKYO
closed holiday
HONG KONG
dosed holiday
SYDNEY
(Australian Dollar)
Amcor 7.15 7.19
ANZ Bk 21.65 21.83
BHP 16.67 16.58
Brambles 7.54 7.48
CC Amat 827 7.95
CSR 2.47 250
Foster's 5.27 532
Hardie J 6.84 6.75
L Lease 13.77 13.85
Leighton 11.14 1126
Mayne N 4.69 4.75
Nat Aust 2997 30.45
News Corp 2225 2226
Qantas 3.67 3.67
Santos 9.19 9.41
Westpac 19.90 20.13
Woodaide 20.70 20.10
LONDON
(British Pence unless marked)
Allied Dom 52150 514.00
Amvescap 371.00 370.75
AstraZeneca 2102.00 2103.00
Aviva 64950 64250
BAA 632.50 63350
Barclays 606.50 593.50
B.A.T. 986.50 974.00
BG 390.75 383.75
Boc Group 986.00 978.00
Boots 691.00 685.00
Brit Air 279.00 274.00
BSkyB 592.00 595.00
BP PLC 555.00 555.00
Brit Tel 20925 206.00


Fund Tkr. NAV Chq.
Copley COPLX 4335 +.10
Credit Suisse Adv
IntFocus p CUFAX 12.15 +.07
Credit Seuisse 1r
SmCoGr WTSGX 14.94 +23
Davis Funds A:
NYVenA NYVTX 3132 +.18
Davis Runds B:
NYVenB NYVBX 30.03 +.17
Davis Finds C & Y:
NYVenY DNVYX 31.67 +.18
NYVenC NYVCX 3023 +.18
Delafild DEFIX 25.060 +25
Delaware Invest A:
FLInsA VFLIX 11.41 -.01
IntEqA p DEGIX 16.90 +.13
LgCpVIA DELDX 18.64 +.14
TrendA p DELTX 20.17 +32
TxPaA p DELIX 824 -.01
TxUSAp DMTFX 11.75 -.01
Delaware Invest B:
DelBIB DELBX 16.22 +.08
IntlEqBt DEiEX 16.79 +.13
SelGrBt DVEBX 2020 +.24
Dde-Poeled Tiust
EmgMkt DPEMX 1524 +.07
InUEq DPIEX 19.27 +.15
Dimensional Ms:
UEmMktV DFEVX 19.79 +.15
IlUSmVa DISVX 16.14 +.04
TM USSm DFTSX 20.98 +.24
USLgCo DFLCX 35.35 +25
USLgVa DFLVX 20.05 +.16
USLgVa3 DFUVX 15.43 +.12
US Micro DFSCX 14.69 +.16
US Small DFSTX 19.15 +.24
US SmV DFSVX 26232 +26
IntlSmCo DFISX 14.91 +.04
EmgMkt DFEMX 17.12 +.12
ixd DFIHX 10.18 *
IntVa DFIVX 16.47 +.11
Glb5Fxlnc DFGBX 10.58 -.01
LCapInt DFALX 17.91 +.11
TM USSV DTMVX 23.42 +22
TMIntVa DTMIX 14.39 +.10
TMMktwVDTMMX 13.71 +.10
2YGIFxd DFGFX 9.90 *
OFARIE DFREX 22.10 +.13
Diversifd Inn Fds:
CoreBond DVGCX 12.65 -.01
EqGrw p DVEGX 18.55 +.15
Grolncp DVGIX 19.08 +.13
Val&lnc DVEIX 24.70 +.17
Dodge&SCos
Balanced DODBX 79.31 +.33
Income DODIX 12.94
InPStk DODFX 31.13 +.20
Stock DODGX 129.62 +.88
Domini Soc Inv.:
IScEq DIEQX 17.650 +.12
SoclEq DSEFX 29.09 +.22
Dreyfus:
A Bond DRBDX 13.93 -.01
Aprec DGAGX 3926 +21
BsicS&P DSPIX 25.05 +.18
Liscp DDSTX 32.02 +21
Dreyf DREVX100.20 +.07
DryMidr PESPX 26.18 +27
DrS001Int PEOPX 35.13 +25
EmgLd DRELX 43.37 +.42
FLIntr DFLX 13.54 -.01
GNM p DRGMX 14.71 -.02
GNYt GNYMX 20.07 -.01
Grlnc DGRIX 15.29 +.11
Interm r DITEX 13.63
LrgCoVI DLCVX 21.14 +.14
LTGrR DLGRX 14.85 +.12
LTGrInR DGIRX 15.65 +.07
MdcpVIr 0DMCVX 32.07 +.45
Mun8dr DRTAX 12.02
NYTaxr DRNYX 15.11 -.01
NYTEr DRNIX 18.57 -.01
SmCoVal DSCVX 24.73.+.40
Dreyfus Founders
iscvF p FDISX 27.47 +31
EqGrthF FRMUX 4.88 +.04
Dreyfus Premier
CoreBdA DSINX 14.76 -.01
CorVIvp DCVIX 30.47 +.16
ErgMktA DRFMX 19.86 +.08
FLMA PSFLX 1454 -.01
LgStkAp DRDEX 2052 +.13
LtdHYdC p PTHIX 7.60 *
LtdHYdA p DPLTX 759
LtdHYdB p DLTBX 7.59
MAMA PSMAX 11.99 -.01
MIMuA PSMIX 152 *
MCpStkR DDMRX 19.76 +.16
MuBdA PTEBX 1327 -.01
NwLdA DNLDX 44.42 +.55
TchGrA DTGRX 21.77 +.30
TechGroR DGVRX 0
ThrdCnZ DRTHX 8.32 +.05
Eaten Vance Adv:
FItRate t EABLX 9.90
Eaton Vance Cl A:
TMG1.0 CAPEX 529.49 +3.71
ChinaAp EVCGX 13.90 +.08
Float EVBLX 10.23 *
HIthSAp ETHSX 10.03 +.09
InBosA EVIBX 656 +.01
LgCpVal EHSTX 17.09 +.11
NatlMun EANAX 11.27 *
TMG1.1 ETTGX 22.49 +.16
TradGvA EVGOX 8.78 *
Eaton Vance C B:
AZMB5 t EVAZX 10.98 -.01
ChinaBt EMCGX 12.14 +.08
FLMB1t EVFLX 11.03
HIthSBt' EMHSX 10.64 +.10
HilncBt EVHIX 5.30 *
HiYMBEt EVHYX 10.11 *
NYMBt t EVNYX 11.82 -.01
NCMBt EVNCX 1021 *
StrlncB t EVSGX 7.71 *
TMGI.lt EMTGX 2135 +.15
Eaton Vance Cl C:
FloatRtt ECBLX 9.89
TMG1.1 p ECTGX 20.48 +.14
TMSG1.1tECMGX 9.63 +.12
Empire Builder
TFBond EMBTX 17.88 -.01
EndowGI ENDIX 14.87 +.08
Enterprise Cl A:
GwthAp ENGRX 16.48 +.16
MItCpAp EMCAX 7.26 +.06
Technly EIFAX 8.35 +.14
Enterprise Cl B:
MStCpB p EMCBX 7.05 +.07
Technly EIFBX 8.11 +.14
Enterprise C1C:
CapApC p ENACX 30.85 +.18
Technly EIFCX 8.11 +.15
Evergreen A:
AggGrA EAGAX 16.63 +20
AstAll p EAAFX 13.70 +.04
AdjRateA ESAAX 937 -.02
FLMunA EFMAX 9.50 *
HiYIdA EKHAX 3.49 *
IntlEqA EKZAX 8.97 +.06
MunBdA EKEAX 7.60 -.01
OmegA EKOAX 2422 +25
PrcMlA EKWAX 3224 +.57
SpValuA p ESPAX 27.76 +.34
UtiityA EVUAX 10.76 +.06
Evergreen B:
AggGrB EAGBX 15.05 +.18
ASIANlBt EABFX 13.56 +.04
BluChpBt EKNBX 23.97 +.15
EqIncB ETRBX 23.24 +.18
EqIndBp ES10X 44.83 +31
FL HiB p EFHBX 10.23
HIYIdBt EKHBX 3.49
LgCoGBt EKJBX 5.89 +.04
OmegBt EKOBX 21.54 +21
PrcMt0Bt EKWBX 31.03 +.56
StrlncB r EKSBX 6.73 *
TxStraBp ETSBX 16.30 +.06
UtilityBt EVUBX 10.76 +.06
Evergreen C:
AdjRateC t ESACX 937 -.02
AstAIICt EACFX 13.35 +.04
OmegaC t EKOCX 21.60 +22
Evergreen I:
CorBdil ESBIX 10.74 -.02
AdjRatel EKIZX 9.37 -.02
Gmrowthl EGRYX 18.04 +25
IntEql EKZYX 9.02 +.05
LgCpEql EVSYX 14.97 +.11
ShtlntBd ESFIX 6.13 -.01
SpecVal ESPIX 27.88 +34
StrGrol ESGIX 25.54 +22
StrVal ESSIX 23.76 +.13
Excelsior Funds:


Cable 129.75 129.75 FRANKFURT
Caddy Schw 518.00 499.25 (Euro)
Centrica 245.25 239.00 Adidas-Salomon112.80 112.03
Colt Tel 59.25 5825 Allianz-Hold 95.16 93.50
Daily Mail 74150 742.00 BASF 55.60 54.83
Diageo 738.50 73750 Bayer 26.35 25.05
EMI Group 23850 237.00 BMW 33.20 33.27
Glaxo 1239.00 1236.00 Commrzbnk 16.97 16.84
HBOS 883.00 869.00 DaimlChrysler 35.84 36.12
HSBC Holding 906.50 902.00 Degussa 32.85 32.91
ICI 275.00 275.00 Deutsche Bank 67.69 67.28
Impl Tobacco 1450.00 1458.00 Deutsch Tele 16.33 16.36
Kingfisher 304.75 300.00 E.ON AG 7138 69.75
Land Sec 1448.00 1417.00 Epcos 10.01 10.00
Leg & Gen 117.75 11625 Fresen Med Care 64.78 64.67
Lloyds 508.75 503.00 Henkel 70.93 70.69
Logico 18350 18250 Karstadt 8.25 7.85
Marconi 583.00 570.00 Linde 51.12 51.17
Marks 369.75 362.25 Lufthansa 11.06 10.83
P&0 31225 31050 Man 30.99 30.32
Prudent 476.00 474.50 Munch Rvrs 90.95 89.90
Reed Intl 493.50 49625 Poreche 524.50 496.90
Reuters 409.00 40725 RWE 47.65 46.91
Rio Tinto 1688.001646.00 SAP 123.58 12252
Rolls Royce 266.00 264.50 Schering 53.55 53.66
Royal Sun All 860 84.50 Siemens 61.40 60.53
RyiBk of Scot 1830.00 1797.00 Thyssen Hu 16.921600.00
Sainsbury 291.00 290.0 TUI 18.91 18.91
Shell 473.75 472.00 Volkswagen 3739 36.88
Std Chart Bk 1014.00 1000.50 Wella 80.06 80.06
Tesco 31550 313.2 5 BRUSSELS
31 Group 720.50 715.50 (Euro)
Unt Bus Media 542.50 542.75 Bekaert 6135 6025
Unilever 51325 514.00 Dexia 17.83 17.72
Whitbread 903.00 890.00 D'leteren 17330 171.10
Yell Group 46850 471.00 Electrabel 352.70 35230
JOHANNESBURG GBL 68.25 66.80
(So African Rand) Intbev 29.59 29.04
Anglo Am PLC 149.60 151.50 KBC 62.45 61355
. .. . ....... .. ................ ............


Fund Ti. NAV Chg.
ValRestr UMBIX 42.16 +33
FAM Funds:
Value FAMVX 46.59 +.61
FBR Funds'
SmCap FBRVX 41.89 +30
FMI Funds
Focus FMIOX 33.79 +.40
FPA Funds:
Capit FPPTX 40.67 +.38
Nwinc FPNIX 11.19 *
FPACres FPACX 23.91 +.11
Federated A:
AmLdrA FALDX 25.02 +.18
CapApA FEDEX 25.44 +.16
HilnBdA FHIIX 820 +.01
KaufmAp KAUAX 529 +.05
MktOpA p FMAAX 13.08
USGvtA FUSGX 7.87
Federated B:
ALrBt FALBX 25.06 +.19
FdTcBpp FCTEX 4.97 +.08
HilnBBt FHBBX 8.20 +.01
KaufmB p KAUBX 5.19 +.05
Federated Inst:
GOV2-51 FIGTX 1125 -.02
HI YId FHYTX 6.22 *
Kaufmtn AUFX 530 +.06
MaxCapl FlSPX 24.41 +.17
MidCap FMDCX 21.03 +22
StockTr FSTKX 3735 +27
Fidelity Adv Foe A:
HIthCrAr pFCDX 20.40 +.21
Fidelity Adv Foe T:
FinSvcT FAFSX 22.97 +.17
HItCarT FACTX 20.03 +.20
NatesT FAGNX 35.12 +.34
TechT FATEX 15.03 +.31
TIUt1GTt FAUFX 13.74 +.07
Fidelity Advisor A:
DivilnlAr FDVAX 18.67 +.14
EqGrAt EPGAX 44.93 +.45
EqlnAp FEIAX 28.27 +23
MdCpAp FMCDX 24.15 +.25
Fidelity Advisor B:
EqGrB EPGBX 42.53 +.43
GrolncB FGISX 16.07 +.10
MidCpBp FMCBX 23.42 +.24
Fidelity Advisor I:
Divlntl FDVIX 18.87 +.14
DivGthI FDGIX 11.83 +.09
EqGrI EQPGX 47.43 +.48
EqllI EQPIX 28.93 +24
Fidelity Advisor i
BalancT FAIGX 16.29 +.06
DivlntTp FADIX 18.54 +.14
DivGrTp FDGTX 11.67 +.09
EMkInT FAEMX 12.00 +.01
EqGgrTp FAEGX 45.10 +.46
EqlnT FEIRX 28.59 +.24
GrolncT FGITX 16.48 +.10
GrOppT FAGOX 30.37 +.27
HinAdT p FAHYX 10.06 +.02
MidCpTp1FMCAX 24.33 +.24
OrseaT FAERX 17.53 +.16
SmICpTrp FSCTX 24.40 +31
StrInT FSIAX 11.83 *
ValStraT FASPX 34.50 +.35
Fidelity Freedom:
FF2000 FFFBX 12.11 +.03
FF2010 FFFCX 13.64 +.05
FF2020 FFFDX 13.95 +.09
FF2030 FFFEX 14.05 +.10
FF2040 FFFFX 824 +.06
Income FFFAX 11.29 +.02
Fidelity Invest
AggrGrr FDEGX 1625 +.27
A Mgr FASMX 16.23 +.07
AMgrGr FASGX 14.79 +.09
AMgrln FASIX 12.68 +.04
Balanc FBALX 18.02 +.13
BlueChGr FGRX 41.22 +.37
Canada FICDX 34.48 +.34
CapAp FDCAX 25.43 +30
Cplnc r FAGIX 8.52 +.01
ChinaRg FHKCX 16.97 +.06
Contra PCNTX 5720 +51
CnvSc FCVSX 2122 +.14
Destl FDESX 12.74 +.10
Destil FDETX 11.45 +.09
DIsEq FDEQX 25.68 +.17
Discovery FDSVX 10.84 +.08
Divrlnt FDIVX 28.63 +23
DivGth FDGFX 28.41 +22
EmrMk FEMKX 13.43 +.11
Eqlnc FEQIX 52.89 +.43
EQI FEQTX 23.76 +.22
Europe FIEUX 34.46 +.21
Export FEXPX 20.04 +.23
Fidel FFIDX 29.99 +.20
Fifty r FFTYX 20.24 +.16
FtRateHi r FFRHX 9.99
FrinOne FFNOX 25.08 +.17
GNMA FGMNX 11.12 -.01
Govtmnc FGOVX 1028 -.01
GroCo FDGRX 54.54 +.83
Gmrnc FGRIX 37.93 +.22
Highlncr SPHIX 9.07 +.01
Indepn FDFFX 17.63 +.15
InProBd FINPX 11.50 *
IntBd FTHRX 10.52 -.01
IntGov FSTGX 10.22 -.02
IntlDisc FIGRX 28.21 +22
IntlSCpr FISMX 24.40 +.18
InvGB FBNDX 7.58 *
Japan FJPNX 12.64 +.13
JpnSm FSCX 12.73 +.12
LargCap FLCSX 14.51 +.11
LevCoStk FLVCX 23.70 +.26
LowPr FLPSX 4023 +.27
Magelln FAGX 103.98 +.78
MidCap FMCSX 23.23 +.31
MtgSec FMSFX 11.26 -.01
NwMktr FNMIX 14.21 +.01
NwMill FMILX 31.05 +36
Nordic FNORX 2732 +.23
OTC FOCPX 33.47 +.42
Ovrsea FOSFX 34.99 +33
Puritn FPUFX 19.02 +.09
RealE FRESX 28.80 +.12
STBF FSHBX 8.97 -.01
SmCapInd FDSCX 19.90 +.15
SmICpS r FSLCX 18.00 +.19
StkSIc FDSSX 22.96 +.17
StratInc FSICX 10.71
Trend FTRNX 53.52 +.41
USBI FBIDX 11.19 -.01
UlShBd r FUSFX 10.04 '
Utility FIUIX 1358 +.08
ValStrat FSLSX 35.99 +37
Value FDVLX 7222 +.81
Wrdw FWWFX 18.24 +.18
Fidelity Selects:
Air FSAiX 33.68 +39
Banking FSRBX 38.97 +.15
Biotch FBIOX 53.92 +.92
Brokr FSLBX 56.00 +.75
Chem FSCHX 69.09 +.57
Comp FDCPX 3451 +.68
DfAer FSDAX 6734 +.70
DvCm FSDCX 1826 +36
Electr FSELX 38.71+1.06
Enrgy. FSENX 3621 +.30
EngSv FSESX 47.38 +.72
FinSv FIDSX 117.90 +.85
Gold r FSAGX 26.46 +.57
Health FSPHX 126.82 +1.31
HomF FSVLX 60.62 +24
InEqp FSCGX 26.77 +39
IndMt FSDPX 38.92 +.52
Insur FSPCX 63.07 +.65
MdEqSys FSMEX 23.93 +.24
Multmd FBMPX 4422 +.43
NtGas FSNGX 32.73 +.46
Paper FSPFX 31.03 +.21
Retail FSRPX 51.12 +.38
Softwr FSCSX 48.68 +52
Tech FSPTX 57.85 +.95
Telcm FSTCX 35.23 +.21
Trans FSRFX 4127 +.42
Fidelity Spartan:
Eqldx FUSEX 42.71 +.31
ExtMkIn FSEM X 31.48 +32
5001n r FSMKX 83.08 +.60
FL Mur FFLIX 11.84 -.03
Govin SPGVX 11.11 *
IntmMu FLTMX 10.21 -.01
Intlln FSIIX 31.98 +.26
InvGrBd FSIBX 10.72 -.01
MA Mun FDMMX 12.26 -.01
Munilnc FHIGX 13.21 -.02
NJ Munr FNJHX 11.8 1 -.02
NY Mun FTFMX 13.23 -.01
PAMun r FPXTX 11.11 -.01
StIntMu FSTFX 10.36 -.01
TotMktIn FSTMX 32.89 +26


Solvay
MILAN
(Euro)
Acea
Alitalia
Alleanza
Autostrade
Banca Fideuram
Ban Naz Lav
Benetton
Fiat
General Assi
Mediobanca
RAS
Saipern
San Paolo IMI
Telecom It Mob
PARIS
(Euro)
Air Liquide
Alcatel
AXA
BNP Paribas
Bouygues
Cap Gemini
Carrefour
Euro Disney
Michelin
Lafarge
Lagardere SCA
L'Oreal
LVMH
Pemrod
Peugeot
Pinault-Pridn
Saint-Gobain
Societe Gen
Suez
Thom-CSF I


86.35 86

9.79
0.25
10.55 1I
22.97 22
426
2.14 2
9.29
5.93 U
26.05 2
13.42 13
1739 17
9.88
11.23 1
5.42 5

134.00 134
9.92
1931 I1
56.05 55
3234 31
2656 21
4033 41
0.14 1
5330 52
8120 80
58.50 51
58.45 5
56.15 55
107.50 107
50.00 49
79.75 7E
48.17 47
81.60 791
21.47 2:
1933 I1


Fund Tkr. NAV Chg. Fnd
Fifth Thid Inst Advis
QualGr FQGIX 15.39 +.17 Stoc
First Akner Ids Y.: Index
CoreBd FFIIX 1137 -.01 Int
Eqlncp FAQIX 13.74 +.09 MidC
Eqldxip FEIIX 22.56 +16 MidC
IntBd FINIX 10.14 -01 SmaI
IntU FAICX 11.47 +.08 Hart
LgCpGrOp RGWX 27.68 +24 Advi
LgCpVal p FSKIX 1920 +.10 Bond
MCpGrOp FISGX 40.16 +.44 CapA
STBnd FLTIX 10.04 Div&
SmCpSel ARSTX 15.48 +.17 Stod
First Eagle: Hear
GlbIA SGENX 39.10 +.17 Vaiu
OverseasASGOVX 22.07 +.06 Hen
SGenGldpSGGDX 15.91 +24 CorG
First Investors A Heri
TxExA p FTAX 1036 -.02 Gr&0l
Firsthand Rinds* HiYld
eComm r TEFQX 2.99 +.03 SCap
GIbTech GTFQX 3.95 +.04 Hotc
Techlnnv TIFQX 938 +.10 LgCp
Tech Lead TLFQX 16.40 +26 MCpt
TechVal TVFQX 27.41 +.50 MidC
Forward Funds: Hussi
HoovSCap FFSCX 18.08 +.17 1CA0
frank/Temp FrnkhA: Ecur
AGEAb p AGEFX 2.16 ussi
Ballnvp FRBSX 58.19 +32 INGS
BioDisA p FBDX 5024 +1.02 Corp
CallnsAp FRCIX 1290 -.01 HiYld
CapGrA FKREX 10.71 +.09 IntVa
DbTFA FPRTX 12.11 -.01 Russ
FedTFA p FKTIX 1229 ING
FIxCpGrA FKCGX 37.20 +39 lntISG
FLTFA p FRFLX 12.13 -.01 ING
FoundAlp FFALX 1226 +.05 IntVa
GrwthAp FKGRX 33.25 +.31 ING
HYTFA p FRHIX 10.88 TRope
SncomrAp FKINX 2.49 INSG
InsTFA p FTFIX 12.54 -.01 US
MATFAp FMISX 12.10 -.01 IntVa
NYInsAp FRNYX 11.81 -.0 1 ic
NYTFA p FNYTX 12.03 -.01 NoAr
RisDvAp FRDPX 32.06 +.21 M
SmCG2A p FSGRX 11.64 +.19 Iem
SMCpGrA FRSGX 33.89 +.43 CT
Stratlncp FRSTX 10.53 Core
USGovA p FKUSX 6.65 -.01 JPM
UtilsA p FKUTX 11.39 +.02 MCp
FrankThip FRnk Adv. MdCj
FdTFAdv FAFTX 1229 -.01 JP[
IncmeAd FRIAX 2.48 MdC
Frank/Temp Frnk B: JPM
IncomeBt FBICX 2.48 + ont
Rank/Temp Fink C: FIntl
FoundAlp FFACX 12.20 +.05 Intml
InconmCt FCISX 2.51 +.01 SmC
SMCpGrCpFRSIX 32233 +.41 TxAm
Frank/Temp Mti A&: Janu
BeacnA TEBIX 15.94 +.09 BalaI
DiscA TEDIX 24.19 +.15 Cont
EuropAp TEMIX 19.63 +.13 Core
ihnSvcAp TFSIX 20.40 +.10 Ente
SharesA TESIX 23.00 +.13 FedT
SharSB p FMUBX 22.55 +13 FIxne
Rank/Temp M C: Q Fund
DiscCt TEDSX 24.06 +.14 GI Li
SharesCt TEMTX 22.80 +.13 G[bO
Frank/Temp Temp A. Gen
CapAcc TECAX 1359 +.10 GrOin
DvMktAp TEDMX 18.85 +.07 MeOC
ForgnAp TEMFX 12.24 +.06 Olyp
GIBdAp TPINX 10.88 Orior
GISCoA p TEMGX 9.39 +.03 Oro
GrwthAp TEPIX 22.77 +.13 Ovrs
WorldAp TEMWX 17.73 +.09 SCVI
Frank/TempIlmp SAd: CVl
FrgnAv TFFAX 12.21 +.06 Twen
GrthAv TGADX 22.78 +.13 Wrid'
Rank/Temp inp B&C: Janu
ForgnCsp TEFTX 12.09 +.05 Capp
GrwthCp TEGTX 22.31 +.13 Jpus
GE ElfunS&S: Bal
S&S In GESLX 1158 -.01 Gro
S&SPM GESSX 45.09 +34 MCpI
TaxEx ELFTX 12.06 -.01 r""
Trusts ELFNX 53.88 +.47 rapan
GMO Thrst II1: Jr
Foreign GMFRX 14.85 +.08 Rnld
GMO Thist III: GIbT
CurHIntBdGMHBX 9.69 Govi
CorePIBd GUGAX 10.43 -.01 Grom
DmBd GMDBX 9.95 -.01 Hc
EmnMkr GMOEX 17.91 +.18 STCr
ECD GMCDX 11.09 Tech
For GMOFX 14.90 +.08 Utilit
IntlGrwth GIIIX 26.45 +.16 Jenn
InfllnBd GMIIX 11.69 +.01 ese
IntlntrVI GMOIX 28.45 +.17 New
ISm GMISX 1726 +.09
US Core GMCTX 14.15 +.07 Jenr
GMO iTmstIV: Tnc
EmCnDt GMDFX 11.09 Tech"
EmrMkt GMEFX 17.88 +.19 BJe'
Foreign GMFFX 14.90 +.07 Gron
IntllntrVI GMCFX 28.44 +.17 Stkl
US Core GMRFX 14.13 +.07 StklA
USQualEq GQEFX 20.04 +.06 Jlese
GMO Trust VI: Johk
EmnMkVI rGEMMX 17.89 +.19 BonC
USCorVI GUCRX 14.13 +.07 Cl~
GaeiR Funds: n SciE
ABC p GABCX 9.89 +.01 pRgBk
Asset GABAX 41.54 +30 6SMC
Eqlnc p ABEX 16.02 +.11 Svlo
GI Growth GICPX 17.99 +.13 Str
GIConv GAGCX 6,08 +.03 USGI
GIOppp GABOX 13.71 +.711 Jo
HITel GABTX 16.99 +.09 Jnt
Gwth GABGX 25.99 +20 FOleI
Mathers MATRX 10.47 Og"'
Value t GABVX 19.51 +.19 John
Gartmore Fds D: HiYl
NatonwD MUIFX 20.38 +.15 Juli
GartmoreoFds nsti: IntIlE
Intldx I GIXIX .832 +.05 InlE
NwBdldxl GBXIX 11.10 -.01 Kine
S&P5001nsGRMIX 10.40 +.07 Inter
Gateway Funds: IntE
Gateway GATEX 24.5 +.04 Medi
Glenmede Funds: Koeb
Inbt GTCIX 18.67 +.15 Gno
Goldman Sachs A: Lani
CapGrA GSCGX 19.59 +.13 US5
GrIncA GSGRX 2527 +.09 Laza
GrOppsA GGOAX 21.41 +.26 Emg
HileldA GSHAX 8.22 IntEa
HYMuAp GHYAX 11.12 -.01 Legg
MdCVAtp GCMAX 33.62 +22 OppB
SmCapA GSSMX 41.77 +31 SplnV
Goldman Sachs B: ValTr
CaoGrBp GSCBX 18.26 +.12 Legi
GrIncBp GSGBX 24.61 +.09 ValTrI
HiYIdBp GSHBX 8.23 ValTrI
Goldman Sachs C: Lonl
CapGrC GSPCX 1824 +.12 Part
Goldman Sachs Inst: In
CoreFxd GSFIX 10.16 -.01 SmC
HIYield GSHIX 824 +.01 Loeo
HYMuni GHYIX 11.13 CorB
MidCapV GSMCX 33.81 +.22 LSBc
UItraSDG GSARX 933 Lord
Grand Prix Funds: AfiI
GrPdrxAp GPFFX 7.22 +.01 AfIV1
GronCntBIp GCBLX 16.05 +.11 Baln
Guardian Funds: BdDB
ParkAn A GPAFX 31.10 +.24 GvS
ParkAvBt GUPBX 29.76 +.23 MidI
Stock GUSFX 28.17 +.21 RsS
Harbor Funds: Taxr
Bond HABDX 11.90 -.01 TFFL
CapAplnstHACAX 27.63 +.27 TxN
Ind r HAINX 42.83 +.33 Lord
GSmCpGr HASGX 12.56 +20 Affl
Hartford Fds AL BdDI
AdvrsA p iTnAX 15.19 +.07 Midp
CpAppAp ITHAX 34.15 +34 tLord
DIvGthAp IHGIX 18.91 +.13 Affil
MidCpA p HFMCX 24.72 +.27 BdDI
StIkAp IHSTX 17.83 +.13 MdC
Hartford Fds B: Lord
CpAppBp IHCAX 31.88 +.32 AffY
Hartford RisC:, MFS
CapApCt HCACX 31.96 +32 MITA
Hartford HIS IA: MIG,
Bond HIABX 12.06 -.01 Bons
CapApp HIACX 53.38 +.53 Cap(
Div&Gr HIADX 20.84 +.15 mG
GIblLdrs HIALX 17.68 +.14 GITol
Grwth&lnc HIAGX 12.02 +.07 GvS(
GrwthOppiHAGOX 26.87 +30 HilnI

ITotal 172.00 169.60
Vivendi 24.92 24.69
ZURICH
(Swiss Franc)
ABB Reg 6.801 6.73
. Adecco 6425 63.40
Baloise 58.05 59.05
Ciba Spec Chm 81.40 80.75
SCredit Susve 5080 50 825
i30 Holcim Limited 78.05 77.45
Julius Baer 42950 421.00
Nestle Reg 317.75 317.00
57 NSovartis Reg 57.0 57.70
1.25 Richemont 38.40 37.65
1.62 Roche dv t 123.20 122.70
2.45 Roche Ordinary 144.40 144.00
124 SourerTwin 7535 75.15
4.13 SGS Sorveil 88350 87250
933 Swatch Reg 31.45 31.45
5.91 Swiss Reins 82.00 81.60
137 UBS 104.60 101.77
27 Zurich Finu 200.00 198.60
7.7 AMSTERDAM
)51 .(Euro)
1.10 ABNAmro 21.80 20.94
1.40 Aegon 10.30 10.24
Ahold 6.70 6.65
Akzo 32.68 32.11
4.10 DSM 5035 49.72
.87 Elsevier 10.58 10.70
1.02 Hagemeyer 2.13 2.11
5.00 Heineken 26.46 26.54
135 INS Gesup 22.80 2231
6.71 KPN 7.44 737
.17 Philips 21.11 20.95
014 Royal Dutch 45.75 45.48
215 Unilever 5135 50.05
1.5 VNU 23.10 2338
825 WolterKlu 13.97 13.96
7.9 STOCKHOLM
120 (Swedish Crown)
7.0 Atlas A 34550 336.00
1.59 Atlas B 321.00 31150
725 Electrolux 049.00 14650
.00 Investor 9350 92.75
9.70 SCA 271.00 27250
1.04 Se-Banken 13250 12850
1.46 Skanska 8350 81.75


Tkr. NAV Chq.
ers HADAX 2322 +.11
k HSTAX 46.00 +.34
x HIAIX 32.04 +.22
pp HIAOX 11.71 +.08
ap HIMCX 28.95 +31
pVal HMVIX 14.03 +.16
Co HIASX 15.71 +.18
ford HIS IB:
rs p HAIBX 23.34 +.11
p HBNBX 11.97
Appp HIBCX 53.12 +.53
Gro p HDGBX 20.76 +.14
i(p HIBSX 457.5 +34
land Rs:
e HRTVX 48.07 +.46
messy Funds:
row HFCGX 18.91 +.18
rtage Funds:
ncA HRCVX 1321 +.05
IAp HRIDX 7.99 *
pAp HRSCX 32.78 +.40
cis & Wiley:
VIApHWLAX 22.36 +.13
VIA pHWMAX 2720 +.22
CpVal HWMIX 2730 +21
mnStrGrHSGFX 15.46 +.04
SFunds:
ly ICAEX 4455 +.21
riCo ICSCX 35.90 +29
Funds Cl A:
LdrA LEXCX 18.42 +.13
IdA p IHYAX 9.07 *
lAp NIVAX 17.48 +.10
SaAp LETRX 24.41 -.03
Funds CI B:
GBp NAPBX 34.95 +.27
Funds ClC:
alCp NIVCX 17.16 +.10
Partners:
GrEql ITGIX 49.12 +.42
T,M,Q&I:
CGQ NAGUX 3625 +29
ill NIIVX 17.48 +.10
unds
inp NOAMX 7.46 *
ands
EqC tWRCX 8.69 +.07
EqBtWCEBX 8.63 +.06
organ A Class:
V p JAMCX 2239 +.16
pGrr VHIAX 5.73 +.07
Morgan Insti:
pVal FLMVX 22.650 +.16
organ Select
IId VBOIX 41.00 -.04
Eq VSIEX 29.62 +20
dITF VSTX 1 0.99 *
apEq VSSCX 42.59 +.51
iEq JPTAX 17.08 +.12
nced JABAX 21.15 +.10
traian J5VAX 13.05 +.11
Eq JAEIX 20.10 +.16
rpr JAENX 3734 +.46
E JATEX 7.12 -.01
c JAFIX 9.73 -.01
JANSX 24.05 +.22
eSdr JAGLX 1757 +.22
pp JGVAX 14.29 +.06
ch r JAGTX 1033 +.12
c JAGIX 32.13 +.24
ury JAMRX 20.99 +.16
pVal JMCVX 21.98 +.20
ipus JAOLX 27.97 +.31
o JORNX 6.97 +.09
easr JAOSX 24.42 +.17
nst JSIVX 29.96 +.32
nv JSCVX 29.79 +31
ity JAVLX 41.39 +.28
ur JAVTX 5756 +.81
Wr JAWWX 41.11 +.17
us Adv I Shrs:
Appr JARTX 24.20 +.18
s Aspen Instl:
anced JABLX 24.28 +.1
Ath JAGRX 19.65 +.16
Gr JAAGX 25.69 +32
wGr JAWGX 26.56 +.10
nFd SJPNX 10.41 +.10
nisonDryden A:
daA PFLAX 10.38 -.01
otRtA GTRAX 7.38 -.01
scA PGVAX 9.13 -.01
thA PJPFAX 13.70 +.13
dAp PBHAX 5.92 *
rpBdAPBSMX 11.18 -.01
A PTYAX 6.90 +.10
tyA PRUAX 12.08 +.07
nisonDryden B
seyB PBNJX 11.08 -.01
YorrkB PBNYX 11.78 -.01
nisonDryden C:
thC PJFCX 412.67 +.12
C PTYCX 6.61 +.09
nisonDryden Z&l:
IthZ PJFZX 14.05 +.14
ixI PDSIX 26.87 +.19
IxZ PSIFX 26.86 +.19
en JENSX 24.46 +.22
n HancockA:
dAp JHNBX 15.41 -.01
acVI p PZFVX 22.81 +.18
iA JHGRX 4525 +.44
Sel p MSBFX 1830 +.13
A FRBAX 41.66 +.15
pEqA SPVAX 19.14 +.23
vAp SOVIX 19.62 +.08
nA p JHFIX 7.10 -.01
bLdr USGLX 27.51 +.13
n Hancock B:
1Bp FIDBX 18.05 +.12
kBt FRBFX 41.28 +.14
n HancockC:
IC p JHYCX 5.23 +.01
s Baer Funds:
"qA BJBIX 31.66 +.18
qIr JIEIX 32.21 +.19
tics Rinds:
rnet WWWFX 2357 +.13
noGr WWWEX 4.45 +.06
ical MEDRX 16.18 +.16
ren Insight
th ff KOGRX 13.82 +.05
dus Funds:
mCp USCIX 13.79 +.11
adl InsU:
Mktl LZEMX 14.54 +.09
qlus LZIEX 1 2.82 +.07
I Mason: Fd
orTrt LMOPX 14.50 +.12
I p LMASX 4434 +.34
rp LMVTX 62.61 +.40
I Mason Instl:
rFlIp LMVFX 67.48 +.44
rInst LMNVX 68.33 +.44
leaf Partners:
mers LLPFX 31.19 +.21
LLINX 1 5.63 +.06
ap LLSCX 29.43 +.21
nis Sayles:
dA NEFRX 11.70 -.01
mondl LSBDX 13.1 +.02
SAbbett A:
A px LAFFX 14.58 +.07
VIA LDFVX 11.90 +.09
race r LABFX 1153 +.05
ebA p LBNDX 8.14 +.02
A p LAGVX 2.64 *
CpAp LAVLX 21.89 +.18
inCA LRSCX 27.55 +23
:rA p LANSX 11.73 -.01
LA p LAFLX 4.87 *
NAp LANYX 11S5 -.01
SAbbett B:
ldBpx LAFBX 14.63 +.09
bBp LBNBX 8.14 +.01
CpVp LMCBX 21.23 +.18
SAbbett C:
ldC px LAFCX 14.61 +.09
bCp BDLAX 8.15 +.02
1VCp LMCCX 21.17 +.18
d Abbett Y
x LAFYX 14.60 +.07
S Funds A:
Ap MITX 1731 +.13
GA p MIGFX 12.12 +.11
IAp MFBFX 1323 -.01
Opp MCOFX 13.05 +.13
A p MFEGX 31.17 +32
tAp MFWrX 14.33 +.05
Ap MFGSX 9.75 -.01
A p MHITX 4.01 *


SKF 33
Stora 10
Sven Handel 17
Tele LM Eric 3
Trellebourg 12
Volvo 30
MADRID
(Euro)
BanPopular 5
Endesa 1
FCC 3
GasNatural 2
Telefonica 1
Telelfon Mov
(Mexican Peso)
AlfaA 6
BimboA 3
ComerciUBC 1
GCarsoAl 6
KimberA 3
Maseca B2
Televisa CPO 3
Telmex L 2
WalmexV
BUENOSAIRES
(Argentine Peso)
Acindar
Alpargatas
Banco Frances
Banco Galicia
Renault Arg
ComclDelPlataU
Molinos RP
Perez Co
Telecom
Telefonica
YPF
SANTIAGO
(Chilean Peso)
Andina-B 123
CMPC 125!
Copec 44i
Endesa 33
Entel 4651
n-a not available.


Fund Tlb. NAV Chg.
IntNwDA p MIDAX 21.73 +.13
MCapAp OTCAX 8.66 +.12
MuBdA MMBFX 10.89 -.02
MuHiA MMHYX 8.43 *
MFLA p MFFLX 1030 -.01
NewDAt MNDAX 15.90 +25
RschAp MFRFX 2027 +.19
RelnAp MRSAX 15.72 +.10
StValAp MSVTX 15.74 +.14
TotRAp MSFRX 1 15.98 +.06
UBIAp MMUFX 11.19 +.04
ValueAp MEIAX 2333 +.14
MFS Rinds B:
MA ITB MITBX 16.93 +.12
CapOpB MCOBX 12.05 +.12
EmGBt MEGBX 28.90 +30
MIGB MIGBX 11.14 +.10
GITotB MFWBX 14.50 +.04
MCapB OTCBX 8.27 +.12
RschB MFRBX 19.05 +.18
TotRBmt MTRBX 15.98 +.06
UtflB MMUBX 11.16 +.05
ValueB MFEBX 2320 +.14
MFS Rinds C:
MIGC MIGDX 11.09 +.10
TotRCt MTRCX 16.04 +.06
ValueCt MEICX 23.18 +.14
MFS Funds 1:
Value ME11X 23.42 +.15
MFS Funds Inst:
IntlEq MIEIX 15.71 +.11
MMA Praxis
CoreStkB MMPGX 13.50 +.08
IntmlncB MMPIX 9.99 -.01
IntiBp MMPNX 10.57 +.07
MainStay Funds A:
HYldBA MHCAX 6.U2 +.0l
MainStay Funds B:
CapApBt MCSCX 26.50 +.14
HYIdBBt MKHCX 6.50 +.01
TotRtBt MKTRX 18.64 +.10
MainStay Funds I:
MAP I MUBFX 34.10 +.41
S&PSo00dxMSPIX 27.81 +.20
Mairs & Power
Growth MPGFX 6934 +.48
Managers Fuinds:
Fremntd MBDFX 10.47 -.01
CapAp GCAX 25.97 +.16
EmMkEq MEMX 16.98 +.09
GlobalBd MGGBX 21.96 -.02
IntDurGv MGIDX 10.67 -.01
ShDurGv MGSDX 9.66 "
SpcMEq MGSEX 89.73 +1.04
Marsicd Funds:
Focus p MFOCX 16.07 +.10
Grow p MGRIX 17.14 +.09
MassMutual Inst
CoreBdS MCBDX 11.05 -.01
MassMutual Select
IndxEqS MMIEX 11.26 +.08
Master Select
Equity MSEFX 14.80 +.13
Intl MSILX 17.03 +.08
Matthews Asian:
AsiaPacr MPACX 12.56 +.03
AsianG&l MACSX 16.07 +.03
PacTlger MAPTX 16.09 +.05
Mellon Funds:
BondFd MPBFX 12.79 -.01
EngMkts1MEMKX 20.74 +.07
IntlFd MPITX 15.66 +.08
LgCpStk MPLCX 9.54 +.06
MdCpStk MPMCX 13.44 +.13
SmCpStk MPSSX 16.97 +.15
MergerFd MERFX 1634 +.01
Meridian Funds:
Growth MERDX 3624 +.46
Value MVALX 37.56 +38
Merrill lynch A:
BalCapApMDCPX 26.77 +.13
BaVlAp MDBAX 31.85 +.24
EuroAp MDEFX 17.05 +.15
FdGrAp MDFGX 17.10 +.11
GIAIA p MDLOX 16.45 +.06
HealthA p MDHCX 620 +.05
S&P500apaMDSRX 14.75 +.10
USGvMtg pMDFSX 10.31 -.01
Memll lynch B:
BaVIBt MBBAX 3128 +23
EuromBt MBEFX 14.83 +.13
FndlGBt MBFGX 15.69 +.10
FLMBt0 MBFMX 10.48 -.01
GIAIB t MBLOX 16.14 +.06
MNdBSt MBNLX 10.65 *
ValueOpptMBSPX 24.13 +.29
Merrill lynch C:
BaVICt MCBAX 30.53 +22
FdGrCt MCFGX 15.78 +.11
GIAICt MCLOX 15.70 +.05
Merrill lynch I:
InUfVal MAIX 26.76 +.16
BalCapl MACPX 26.84 +.13
BalVI MABAX 31.98 +.24
CrBPtil MAHQX 11.86 -.01
FundIGI MAFGX 17.48 +.12
GIAII t MALOX 1650 +.06
GblTch MAGTX 7.26 +.14
GIbVall MAVLX 12.91 +.11
Mnlnl MAMIX 8.02
MNatll MANLX 10.65 -.01
NatRsTrt MAGRX 36.89 +.45
S&P500 MASRX 14.79 +.11
ValueOpp MASPX 26.77 +.32
Metro West RIs:
TotRtBdl MWTIX 9.86 *
Midas Fuinds:
Midas Fd MIDSX 2.05 +.05
Monetta Rinds: ,"" ;
BalancA pMBALX 10.73 +.04
BIChlpA p MLCEX 6.034+.05
MCapA p MMCEX 7.09 +.08
Monetta MONTX 1036 +.06
SelTchA p MSCEX 731 +.14
MontagGrI MCGIX 22.78 +21
Morgan Stanley:
LtdDrTrea LDTRX 9.19 -.01
Morgan Stanley A:
HiYldA HYLAX 1.84
Morgan Stanley B:
AmOppB AMOBX 22.51 +.24
DivGtB DIVBX 3723 +.17
EqWtdB VADBX 36.81 +.37
EuroB EUGBX 15.96 +.13
GlboDvB GLBBX 13.80 +.09
GrwthB GRTBX 11.72 +.10
PacGrB TGRBX 14.07 +.10
SP500B SPIBX 12.63 +.09
SpcValB SVFBX 19.31 +.14
StratB SRTBX 17.74 +.11
USGvtB USGBX 9.22 -.01
Util0 UTLBX 13.76 +.02
Value p VLUBX 12.68 +.07
Morgan Stanley D:
AmOppD AMODX 2433 +26
GrowthD GRTDX 1258 +.12
IntValD IVQDX 12.77 +.09
TaxExD TAXDX 11.94 -.01
MorganStanley Inst
EmMkt MGEMX 19.81 +.12
CrPIFInst MPFIX 11.66 *
InUtSCpA MSISX 25.64 +.05
IntlEq MSIQX 20.93 +.17
IntlEqB p MIQBX 20.79 +.17
LtdDur MPLDX 1039 *
MCGrAdpMACGX 2053 +.22
SmCGrBpMSSMX 12.08 +.11
USReal MSUSX 22.45 +.15
ValueAdv MPVAX 17.68 +.10
Muhlenk MUHLX 8038 +30
Munder Funds C/Il:
HIthcreCpMFHCX 21.41 +.18
Munder FRinds Y:
RIEstEY MURYX 2131 +.09
Mutual Series:
FHnSvZ TEFAX 2029 +.11
BeacnZ BEGRX 16.01 +.09
DiscZ MDISX 2438 +.15
QualfdZ MQIFX 19.40 +.10
SharesZ MUTHX 23.12 +.13
Nations RiFunds Inv A:
FocEqAt NFEAX 17.88 +.12
IntValAr NIVLX 22.66 +.16
MarsGrAtNMGIX 1727 +.09
Nations Fuinds Pri A:
BdFdPrA NSFIX 10.00 -.01
CnScPrA NCIAX 17.85 +.08
FocEqAt NFEPX 18.12 +.12
HIYIdPA NYPAX 9.66 +.01
InStMPA NINMX 10.30 -.01
IntEqPA NIEQX 13.50 +.08
IntVIPrA EMIEX 22.73 +.15
LgCpldPA NINDX 2324 +.16


13.00 325.50
13.00 102.00
'2.00 168.50
2020 22.20
22.00 120.00
12.00 293.50


5135 50.85
18.05 17.77
38.79 38.43
2322 23.00
14.46 1423
9.97 9.83

62.13 62.44
13.95 33.90
12.81 12.80
1.54 6155
17.33 37.23
652 6.52
15.49 35.58
22.49 2237
11.19 41.29


632 633
1.46 1.47
7.14 7.18
430 430
0150 0.857
0504 0.484
5.86 5.94
3.86 3M0
7.15 7.15
2.80 2.68
'5.75 75.00

15.00 1235.00
55.0012660.00
50.00 4490.00
19.00 342.00
51.00 4670.00


INIERNNAL For additional information


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Fund Tr. NAV Cho.I
MarinOprNMOAX 11.61 +.06
MdCplPA NMPAX 10.99 +.12
STInPA NSTMX 9.87 -.01
STMPA NSMIX 1028 *
SmCplPA NMSCX 19.65 +.18
StrGrPrA NSEPX 1221 +.09
ValuePA NVLUX 13.17 +.08
Naveller Perform:n
MidCpG NPMDX 26.30 +.29
Needham Fuinds:
Growth p NEEGX 30.79 +.41
Neuberger&Bern Inv:
Focus NBSSX 3727 +.44
Genesis NBGNX 3023 +30
Geneslnst NBGIX 41.41 +.42
Guard NGUAX 16.44 +.41
HilncoBd NBHIX 9.51
InS r NBISX 18.77 +.12
Manhat NMANX 6.94 +.09
Partner NPRTX 25.88 +.17
SocResp NBSRX 21.64 +.15
Neuberger&Berm Th
Genesis NBGEX 4324 +.44
NevisFd r NEVIX 12.95 +.14
NewAlt NALFX 33.64 +28
Nicholas Group:
Nich NICSX 6121 +.37
NchLt NCLEX 1931 +21
Northeast Investors:
Growth NTHFX 1637 +.12
Trust NTHEX 7.92 +.01
Northern Funds
Fixin NOFIX 10.17 -.01
GrEq NOGEX 16.05 +.12
HiYFxInc NHFIX 8.40 4
IntTxEx NOITX 10.51.-.01
IntGrEq NOIGX 10.48 +.10
LgCapVal NOLVX 13.58 +.10
SmCpGr NSGRX 10.58 +.17
TxExpt NOTEX 10.84 -.01
Technly NTCHX 10.95 +.16
USGovt NOUGX 10.06 -.02
Northern Instl Fds:
EqidxA BEIAX 1537 +.11
Nuveen CI A
FLMB p FLOTX 10.35 *
GrwthAp NRGAX 20.67 +.11
Nuveen Cl B:
GrwthBp NRGBX 19.61 +.11
LrgCVB p NNGBX 24.83 +.11
Nuveen Cl R:
InMunaR NITNX 11.15 "
IntDMBd NUVBX 9.18 *
Oak Assoc Fds:
PinOkAg POGSX 20.46 +.35
WhiteOkGWOGSX 31.95 +34
OakValue OAKVX 30.86 +.29
Oakmark Funds I:
Eqtylncr OAKBX 23.49 +.10
Globall OAKGX 21.96 +.14
Intl I r OAKIX 21.40 +.11
IntSmCp rOAKEX 20.86 +.02
OakmarkrOAKMX 41.21 +.20
Select r 0AKLX 32.87 +.23
Old Westbury Fds:
Inti OWEIX 10.47 +.03
MidCpEq pOWMCX 15.84 +.19
Olstein Funds:
FnAlertC OFALX 17.87 +.22
One Group A:
Inv Balp OGIAX 12.14 +.04
InG&IAp ONGIX 13.07 +.07
One Group B:
InvG&It ONEBX 13.00 +.07
One Group I:
Bond I WOBDX 10.95 -.01
DvrsEql OGVFX 12.13 +.10
Dvrlntll WOIEX 15.68 +.11
DvMdCpl WOOPX 19.90 +.16
Eqlndxl HLEIX 27.49 +.20
GvBdI p HLGAX 10.44 -.01
HiYIdBI OHYFX 857 +.01
IncBdl HLIPX 7.99 *
IntBondl SEIFX 10.71 -.01
IntlEql OIEAX 19.92 +.13
LgCpVII HLQVX 15.88 +.09
LgGrI SEEGX 14.68 +.14
MktNeur OGNIX 1038 -.01
MidCpVII HLDEX 1833 +.14
MidGrI HLGEX 24.13 +32
MtgBckl OMBIX 10.71
Munlunci HLTAX 9.94
STBdl HLLVX 10.57
SCpVI I PSOPX 25.13 +.31
U 0tSTBdl HLGFX 9.87
Oppenheimer A:
AMTFrNY OPNYX 12.83 -.01
CapApAp OPTFX 40.78 +.31
CapIncA p OPPEX 1253 +.06
ChIncAp OPCHX 9.72 +.01
DvMktApODMAX 27.82 +.14
Disc p OPOCX 4230 +.43
EquityA OEQAX 10.79 +.10
GlobAp OPPAX 59.12 +.58
GIbOppA OPGIX 31.67 +25
Gold p OPGSX 18.43 +30
GrthAp OPPSX 26.75 +.34
HiYdA p OPPHX 9.78 +.01
IntBdAp OIBAX 55 8 *
IntGrwp OIGAX 19.00 +.11
LITGvAp OPGVX 10.13 -.01
MnStFdA MSIGX 3528 +.23
MnStOA pOMSOX 13.05 +.10
MSSCAp OPMSX 19.81 +23
StrlnA p OPSIX 4.33
Oppenheimer B:
CpAppBp OTGBX 37.64 +.28
GloblBt OGLBX 55.44 +.54
GibOppB, OGGIXP 30.5 +.23
HiYIdBt tOHYBX 9.63 +.01
IntBdB.t Ot BSX 5,86 *5
MnStI`dB 'OMSBX -3427 +.22
StrIncBtR OPSGX 4.35 *
Oppenheimer C&M:
GlAolCp OGLCX 5632 +.56
MnStFdC 4IGCX 3425 +.22
StrInC t OSICX 4.32
Oppenheim Quest:
QBEIA QVGIX 17.92 +.11
QBaIC OGRCX 17.70 +.11
QBalB QGRBX 17.69 +.11
QlntVoiApQIVAX 19.33 +.13
QOpptyA QVOPX 32.40 +.22
QValueAp QFVFX 21.64 +.15
Oppenheimer Roch:
LtdNYAp LTNYX 337 *
LNYC t LTNCX 3.35
RoNtMB tORNBX 1225 +.01
RoMA p RMUNX 18.07 -.01
RcNtMuA ORNAX 12.22 +.01
Oppenheimer r
CopAppY OTCYX 41.75 +32
PBHG Funds
CliprFoc PBFOX 16.86 +.14
Growth PBHGX 18.75 +30
LgCapGr PBHLX 20.01 +.23
LCpGrCon PLCPX 14.85 +23
TechCn PBTCX 10.75 +21
PIMCO Admin PIMS:
RIRetAdp PARRX 11.56 *
TotRtAd PTRAX 10.70 -.02
PIMCO Ins PIMS:
AiIAsset PAAX 12.81 +.02
ComodRR PCRIX 15.05 +.03
Divinc PDIIX 1121 *
EmMkBd PEBIX 11.01 -.01
FrgnBd PFORX 1055 *
GIblBd PIGLX 10.19 -.01
HIMd PHIYX 9.99
LowDu PTLDX 10.17
ModDur PMDRX 1033 -.01
RealRtnl PRRIX 11.56
ShortT PTSHX 10.03
StksPIs PSTKX 9.99 +.09
TotRt FPTTRX 10.70 -.02
TRIIl PMBIX 10.15 -.02
TRIll PTSAX 9.48 -.01
PIMCO iFunds A:
AllAssetp PASAX 12.76 +.02
ComRRp PCRAX 14.97 +.03
HiYIdA PHDAX 9.99
LwDurA PTLAX 10.17
SmCpVA PCVAX 29.12 +.24
RenalisA PQNAX 25.38 +.27
Value A POLAX 17.33 +.11
InnovA PIVAX 15.05 +.25
ReaIRtAP PRTNX 11.56 *
TotRtA PTTAX 10.70 -.02
PIMCO Funds Admin:
HiYIdAp PHYAX 9.99
PIMCO Funds B:
HiYIdBt PHDBX 9.99
RenaisB PQNBX 23.88 +.25


HIGHS & LOWS
NEW HIGHS CownHold LafargeNA ScudMuli
ABN Amro DaVita s LalargeSA SeacorHId
ACE LId Danbury LaiAEqly SempraEn
AES Cp Di fls LIMass Sempoun
AGL.Rs a ,alRtn LeD.CX97 n Sherin
AK Steel DverDG LehmBr Shinhan
AcMtgpfA DowChm Lennox Snmonl
AirPd DdllIuip Loews
AIiCap DuPon LuxotRica
Allstlae E.ONAG Lyondell SoJedn
AmHess EOGRes MSC SIIIf SoUnCo
Ameren EVEnEqn Marathon SoUCo unD
AmStds EducRtyn Maritm SwnEnrg
AnnalypfA EdwLISci MassCp Statol
Apache EnCanag McGrH Suncorg
pllnfY EncoreA MedGId Sunoco
Ashlond Eneren MLUNM SupEnrgy
Assurant ENSCO Mestek Snex
ATMOS EqOfPT MIchStrs iCADS
AtwdOcn EspirSan Montpeir TECO
BG Gp ExxonMbI MS EMD Tal gs
BHP BiILI FEMSA MST7s31 n TelcNZ
BP PLC Rdelin MS 1M027 aulo
BP Prm RTrFRdn MunihNJ TelSPaul
BRE pfD ForslCB MurphO T]MexL
BakrHu ForestOil NCRCps Tlstra
BcLatn FrkMul NRG Egyn Tenaris
BkofApfA FredMpfB NalGTri Textron
Barkley FresenM NalOilwl Thal
BlackRock FresMpr Nexeng Todco
BIkGlbEnn FrontrOi NobleCorp TortoseEn
Boeydm GP Stat NwstNG Total SA
Brail Gallaher n uvEqtP n TrammllC
BrkldPg nGrthPrp OcciPet T ansocn
BewnBm Gettylm Oceaner UBSAG
BudRscs Gldan OhEdpD UGCor
CHC HOIg GoldmanS OSl USECr
CIGNA Gooddrch OshkshTrk Uocal
CKE Rst GoodrPet PG&E Cp
CMS Eng GanlPrde PNMRess F Cp
CPFI. En GtPlains pf PPG VaIRsrt
CabotOG GreilA PacifCre ValroEs
CadbyS GrelfB ParkDd Varco
Camecoo g GpASur PanrlnrRe VertDGCO I
CdnNRsgs GTelevsa Paelnas VinYoPt
Carlisle HCA Inc Pengrth n WMCRs
CatoCp HanPGIb PepcoHod WPSRes
Centenos Hanson Pepsioner Wachovia
CenEurRus Harsco PelChina WaEsco
ChesEng HonidFn PelrHbrs WoathlInt
ChesEn plB HarlF 6un PelRas WestCh n
ChevTexs HartlF 7un PimcoSal vWhiingPet
ChIcB& I HthCr pfF PlainsEx Wrsns
ChicosFAS HelmPay Potash n Iduel
ChInaNet n Hershey s PrecCast W e
Chubb HollyCp s PrecDrg XTOEgys
Chubb unA HovilIlnll Premor YPF So
Cohen&Stn Hombeckin Preslgen YankCdI
ColMu IHOP Cp PddeinS
CrnclMdls IRSA Pnmeewg NEW LOWS
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2oGno iShMmMVn Prundenl DefndStrn
CompssMn I10snds QstDlag Delphi
ComslkRs InblPower QOuiakss FannlMue
ConecPhil mntPLplB RAPIplB GM d32A
ConsolEgy JohnJn RangeRsc1 GM d32B
ConstIelA JnosLL RemOG
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ConstellEn KC South RoHaas %'1k
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Find Tr. NAY OCIn.
TargtBt PTABX 15.72 +21
RealRtBt PRRBX 11.56 *
TRRtBt FTEBX 10.70 -.02
PIMCO Riinds C:
ComRRp PCRCX 14.857 +.03
HiYIdC PHDCX 9.99 *
LwDurCt PTLCX 1.17 *
ReonaisCt PQNCX 23.73 +25
ValueCt PDLCX 1683 +.11
ReaiRtCp PRTCX 11.56 *
TotRt PTIX 10.70 -.02
PIMCO Fundss D:
Biotech p DRBNX 25.21 +.44
CommRRpPCReXX 14.9 +.04
ReaGRtn p PRRDX 11.56 *
TRtn p PTrDX 10.70 -.02
Parnassus Fnds
Eqtylnco PRBLX 24.97 +.20
Pax World:
Balanced PAXWX 2323 +.10
Growth PXWGX 11.64 +.12
Paydennunds:
MktRet PYMRX 10.55 +.09
PennMtCd p RYPCX 9.0 +.20
Perm Port Funds:
VBond PRVBX 56.97 -.04
Phoenix Funds:
alanA PHBLX 14.92 +.05
GrincA PDIAX 14.43 +.10
Phoeenx-Duff&Ph:
ReEA PHRAX 24.13 +.14
Phoenix-Engemann:
BaiRtA PABRX 27.09 +.18
CapGrA PHGRX 14.67 +.10
CapGrB PGTBX 13.56 +.10
MdCpGrA PHSKX 15.05 +20
Phoenix-Goodwin:
EmMkAp PEMAX 8.533 -.01
EmMkB p PEMBX 834 -.01j
MulFIA p NAMFX 1124 *
Pioneer Funds A:
HiYldAp TAHYX 1156 +.03
IntIVal PIIFX 17.44 +.13
MdCVAh p PCGRX 24084 +.22
PappStTGr PAAFX 16.15 +22
PionFdAp PODX 41.86 +.31
RIEstA PWREX 23.46 +.13
ValueAp PIOTX 17.53 +.13
Pioneer Funds B:
EuropBp PBEUX 27.83 +.26
HiYldBt TBHYX 11.60 +.03
Pioneer Funds C:
HiYldCt PYICX 11.71 +.03
Preferred Group:
IntlVal PFIFX 1637 +.13
Price Funds Adv.
B[Chip p PABGX 3039 +27
Eqlncp PAFDX 26.65 +.20
HiYldnp PAHIX 7.18
Price Funds:
Balance RPBAX 19.79 +.09
BIChip TRBCX 3039 +28
CapApp PRWCX 19.59 +.14
DvSmGr PRDSX 1258 +.18
DivGro PRDGX 22.86 +.16
EmMktB PREMX 13.48
EmMktS PRMSX 20.10 +.17
Eqlnc PRFDX 26.70 +.20
Eqlndex PREIX 32.44 +23
Europe PRESX 19.96 +.16
Extlndx PEXMX 13.05 +.13
FinSvcs PRISX 2332 +.21
FLIntm FLTFX 11.07 -.01
GNMA PRGMX 9.67 -.02
Growth PRGFX 2630 +24
Gr&ln PRGIX 2239 +20
HithSci PRHSX 2232 +.34
HiYield PRHYX 7.19 *
IntlBond RPIBX 1020 -.01
Intls PRIDX 33.56 +.23
IntlStk PRITX 12.89 +.10
Japan PRIPX *
LatAm PRLAX 16.9 +.08
MDBond MDXBX 10.88 -.01
MediaTI PRMTX 27.57 +.11
MidCap RPMGX 49.11 +.64
MCapVal TRMCX 22.63 +27
N Amer PRWAX 32.70 +.36
N Asia PRASX 1028 +.09
New Era PRNEX 3531 +.40
N Horiz PRNHX 29.18 +.40
N Inc PRCIX 9.17 -.01
NJ Bond NJTFX 11.94 -.01
NYBond PRNYX 11.52 -.01
PSBal TRPBX 18.19 +.11
ReaEst TRREX 17213 +.08
R2(010 TRRAX 14.02 +.09
R2020 TRRBX 14.84 +.11
R2040 TRRDX 15.49 +.14
SciTec PRSCX 18.49 +.28
ShtBd PRWBX 4.74 -.01
SmCpStk OTCFX 3133 +38
SmCapVa PRSVX 35.45 +37
SpecGr PRSGX 16.80 +.16
Specln RPSIX 12.07 *
TFInc PRTAX 10.17 -.01
TxFrH PRFHX 11.93
TxFrSI PRFSX 5.43
Totlndex POMIX 12.72 +.10
USTLg PRULX 12.18 -.01
Value TRVLX 228 +.20
Principal Funds:
BIChp p PBLCX 18.67 +.13
Prindcipal Inv:
PrLVInt PLVIX 13.44 +.08
ProPunds InvCl:
RealEstat REPIX 34.16 +21
Purisima Punds:
TotRetp PYIOX 18.56 +.14
Putnamin Fuds A:I
AmGvA px PAGVX 9.09 -.03
AABalp, PAAX' 10.71 +.04
DvrlnApx PODINX 10.34 -.05
EqlnA p PEYAX 17.66 +.13
EuEq PEUGX 20.03 +.16
FLIA PTFLX 939 -.01
GeoAp PBEOX 1821 +.07
GlbEqtyp PEOUX 8.45 +.07
GrIn Ap PGRWX 1951 +.13
HIhAp PHSTX 5855 +.60
HIYdA p PHIGX 826 *
IncmA p PINCX 6.90 -.01
IntlEqp POVSX 23.55 +.18
IntCapOp PNVAX 24.76 +.18
InvAp PINVX 12.63 +.10
NwOpAp PNOPX 41.13 +.34
NwValAp PANVX 17.99 +.15
OTCAp, POEGX 728 +.08
PATE PTEPX 926 -.02
RsrchAp PNRAX 13.09 +.11
TxExAp PTAEX 8.97 -.01
TInA p PPNAX 1529 -.02
TFHYA PTHAX 12.96 *
USGvApx PGSIX 1327 -.04
VstaArp PVISX 9.45 +.09
VoyAp PVOYX 16.28 +.12
Putnam Funds B:
CapAprt PCABX 1759 +.14
ConvBt PCNBX 17.12 +.14
DvrlnBtx PSIBX 1027 -.03
Eqlnct PEQNX 17.51 +.13
EuEq PEUBX 20.13 +.16
FLxBt PFLBX 9.39 *
GeoBt PGEBX 18.02 +.07
GrInBt PGIBX 19.22 +.14
HIthBt PHSBX 53533 +.55
HiYdB t PHBBX 8.22 *
IntEq p POVBX 22.71 +.17
snvBt PNVBX 11.61 +.08
NwOpBt PNOBX 37.13 +31
OTCBt POTBX 6.46 +.06
ResrchBt PRFBX 1325 +.11
VistaBt IPvTBX 829 +.09
VoyBt PVOBX 14.23 +.09
Putnam Funds C:
GrOppCp POGCX 12.14 +.09
Putnam RFunds M:
Dvrilnc px PDVMX 1026 -.04
Putnam Funds Y:
George PGEYX 18.26 +.07
Gr&lnc PGIYX 1956 +.14
Income PNCYX 6.95 *
IntlEq POVYX 23.70 +.19
NwOpp PNOYX 42.44 +36
Voy PVYYX 16.80 +.12
RS Funds:
RSContra RSCOX 22.00 +.17
RSDivrGp RSDGX 2181 +.20
RSEmG p RSEGX 30.88 +.47
RSIAgep RSIFX 14.79 +27
RSPart RSPFX 35.00 +.32
RSValGr RSVPX 1658 +.20
SmCoGrp RSSGX 22.08 +25
Reynolds Funds:


RFdl Tr. WAV i.t
BIChOGp RBCGX 28.70 +.40
Oppltyp ROPPX 17.07 +30

luPrStkr RYLPX 15.01 +.17
MiOoCapl RYTX 1555 +.10
Opptyl r RYPNX 12M1 +.16
PenoMuirPEMiX 10.19 +11
Prmiedrir PRX lS.15 +.16
SpecEqIr RESX 1.O +2.4
TAWi r WMi +J4

Eq86I RDBSX 2M5 +S M
ToWll RTESX 12 +35
IntS REe SX 6 +1.50
MStBdS UiMSX 10.54 -A

ElSecS ES 4255 +21


EqIl BEASX 29.78 +2
Eqlll REBSX 37A5 +.43
EqQOI RESX 3.70 +.25
FixIncl RFASX 21.29 -.02
Intll RINSX 37.94 +30
RulLfePtsebC:
BailSCy p RVYX 0.0973 +.04

Rydex latest:
JunoC p RYJUX 17.571 +.01
TmptSOOp RYTPX 42.53 -0
Nita S00pRYNVX 37.67 +.2953
OVctyl OpRYVYX 20.809 +.15
Vntrlp RYVNX 10.621 -.71
ye. imester.
BEmMkotech RYOIX 19.0732 +.34
Juno RYIUX 1821 +.02
Nova RYNVX 26.67 +.27
HiYOTC d SHRYOCX 1028 +.15
SEI Portfolios:
CoIntMunreFxA TSEIMLVX 1.6 -.01
EMktDbt SEITEX 10.98 +.09
mMgGrAtp SEMX 132 +.13
LgVldxA TRQIX 37.15 +27
HiYGrA SHYAX 6.869 +.23
InluniA SIMX 11.10 -.01
IntSmVaA SEITSVX 10.8 +.09
IntxMgLC TMLCX 12.23 -.02
LgCGroA SELCX 18.06 +.07
LgCV500A TMVX 219.9680 +.12
SmCGrA 5SCGX 16.89 +.23
SmCapAppTlA SESTCAX 20.213 +23
TxMgLC TMLCX 1125 +.08
SSgA Funds:
EHiYMt SSEMX 15.32 +.07
SP500 SVSPX 19.90 +.12
SmCpVIT SVSCX 28.67 +.37
STI Classic
CapApTxSnGrpT STCAX 12.62 +.10
VaGrwlncTp CRSTVAX 16.46 +.10
HiYIdl SAMHX 11.32 +01
SInvVaCpGT SSCTX 20.74 +23
SmCpVIT SCETX 20.20 +.24
TxSnGrTp SAX 24887 +.18
IntSSnGrL STTFWSX 23.06 +.16
VAllIncTpE STVWEGX 12.77 +.10
Salomon Brothers:
MTiYGrodA SWAHYX 8.61.42 +.1
100nvlO SNXAFX 2034.451 +.10
S00SelCGBt SNXSMX 13.4488 +.17
Schwab Rinds:
S&Pienv SWPIX 12.76 +.07
DS&PEqSel SWDSX 12.76 +.08
ntSBondr SWBDX 16.00 +21
MTAIIEq SWE5X 11.21 +.10
MTGnu SWHGX 16.42 +.11
1Obnvr SNXFX 34.45 +25
1000Se1 SNXSX 34.44 +25
S&P lnv SWPIX 18.56 +.13
S&PSel SWPPX 18.62 +.13
ST Bond SWBDX 10.10 -.01
SmCplnv SWSMX 21.72 +28
SmCpSr SWSSX 21.74 +.28
TotBond SWLBX 10.11 -.01
YIdPlsl SWYPX 9.69
YIdPlsSI SWYSX 9.69
Scudder Funds A:
DrHiRA KDHAX 4328 +34
FL'kI KFMAX 10.62 -.01
GrthA KGRAX 9.13 +.08
HilncA KHYAX 56.67 +.01
MgdMuni pSMLAX 930 -.01
NYTxA KNTAX 11.16 -.01
RREEF p RRRAX 1956 +.13
StratncA KSTAX 4.91 +.01
TechA KTCAX 10.78 +.13
TotRetA KTRAX 9.04 +.05
USGovA KUSAX 8.66
Scudder Funds B:
DreHiRB KDHBX 43.12 +.34
Scudder Funds C:
OreHIRC KDHCX 43.17 +.34
Scudder Funds S:
BAlanS SCBAX 1755 +.09
Devel SCDVX 19.72 +.18
EmMkIn SCEMX 11.00 +.01
EmMkGrrSEMGX 18.11 +.12
GNMAS SGINX 15.19 *
GIbBdSr SSTGX 10.37
GlobalS SCOBX 26.89 +25
Gold&Prc SCGDX 16.67 +.27
GroIncS SCDGX 21.88 +.14
HIthCae r SCHLX 22.49 +28
HiYIdTk SHYTX 12.91 -.01
IncomeS SCSBX 13.10 -.01
IntTxAMT SCMTX 1153 -.01
Intl dS SCINX 43.92 +37
LgCoGro SCQGX 23.45 +.20
MgdMuniSSCMBX 931 -.01
MATpIS SCMAX 14.79' -.01
PacOpps r SCOPX 13.44 +.08
SP500S SCPIX 16.01 +.12
ShtTmBdS SCSTX 10.18 E
Scudder Insti:
Eq500iL BTIIX 136.64 +.97
Lf.LngL BTAMX 1125 +.05.
Scudder Investment:
Eq500I1n BTIEX 135.23 +.96
IntlEq BTEQX 22.77 +.20
Security Funds:
Equity SECEX 6.53 +.04
Selected Rinds:
AmShS p SLASX 37.55 +.23
Seligman Group
ComunAtSLMCX 2423 +37
ComunBt SLMBX 21.02 +32
GrMwthA SGRFX 3.80 +.03
HYdBDt SHYDX 3.51
MAMuniA SMATX 829 *
Sentinel Group:
CoS A p SENCX 29.72 +.22
IntlEqA p SWRLX 17.50 +.13
SmCoAp SAGWX 7.40 +.09
Sequoia SEQUX157.75 +1.61
SkylneEq SKSEX 28.41 +30
Smith Barney A:
AgGrAp SHRAX 9422 +.93
ApprAp SHAPX 14.80 +.07
FdValAp SHFVX 14.86 +.11
LgCpGAp SBLGX 2139 +.20
MgMuApSHMMX 15.61 +.01
MCapCApSBMAX 2229 +.25
MDLCGVt SPSAX 8. 88 +.06
MuFLA SBFIX 13.06 +.01
SBCpnloc SOPAX 1635 +.08
Smith Brny Alloc B:
GrthBt SGRBX 12.19 +.08
Smith Barney BU
AgGrBt SAGBX 84.88 +.83
ApprBt SAPBX 14.51 +.06
Financial p SBFBX 15.07 +.11
FVaIB t SFVBX 14.01 +.10
HthScFB p SBHBX 1159 +.14
HilnBt SHIBX 7.11 +.01
LgCpGBt SBLBX 2024 +.19
MDLCGBt SPSBX 8.64 +.05
TchFdB t SBTBX 3.91 +.04
TotRtnBt TRBBX 11.80 -.03
Smith Barney C:
AggGrC SAGCX 85.40 +.83
FdVaIC SFVCX 14.02 +.11
HIthSciC SBHLX 11.59 +.14
HilncC SHICX 7.12 +.01
LgCapC p SLCCX 2023 +.18
MDLCGCt SPSLX 8.64 +.05
Smith Barney 1:
DvStrl CSGWX 17.46 +.09
Smith Barney Y:
AggGroYt SAGYX 9758 +.96
LgCpGrY SBLYX 21.99 +20
SnundSh SSHFX 3630 +.42


111 Vr. 1 W M 0 .&

Bond STO 10I22 -.01
hndN SPECK 65 +J.06
StnMANM
B" SIE 51.74 +.19
Gath ST1 A 48. +.35

as 17 +16
mmPBQ 15.10 +.13
PSAMX 2029 +.16
DModid SIMIX 3521 +.2

teftASOX 1M6 +A 4
lnC0ip so X 11.2 +.10
CmStk STCSX 22.47 +20
01h, SOM 9 16.6 +.12
Dow 30 SOWX 1316 +A5
Enepr SENIX 2435 +.29
GoSec 1SX15 10.77 -.02
Gmnrtlhi SGROX 181 +.2
Index SEX 1421 +210
Opytly SOFX 45.78 +.50
Oeres SORE 1324 +409
ST Bdkw SSTBX &9 *
STIM ST5M 924 *
TechlO SITEKX 450 +.7
USEMGr SONX 1520 +25
U1 M 5STA9X0 920 C
UlShodncSMUAX 4JO *
We STVAX 1L07 +.10

CmS6kAp SCSAM 2222 +20
MidCapGrSMCX 1410 +.23
SCAp V pSSMVX2592 +.28

NwCenApSEGAX 1696 +.23
NwCenBt SEGX 15.03 +20C
SRAiNericanr u:
F Ap SSF 16.96 +.11
TC r TCUX( 9M.3 *01J
TCW GalBe fl
SelEqty TGCEKX 1 0 +21 9
ValueOpp TGVOX 22A6 +.39
TCW GaHeoIt
SelEqNp TGCNX 17.71 +291
TamarackR Fnds
MicCpVal TMVSX 20.73 +.15
Value TVASX 4598 +.32
Templeton Instil:
EmMS p TEEMX 1530 +.06
ForEqS TFEQX 2036 +16
Third Avenue Ris:
RIEstVIr TAREX 27.34 +.07
SmICap TASCX 22.72 +.12
Value TAVFX 52.93 +.44
Thompson Phlumb:
Growth THPGX 4637 +37
Thomburg r s:F
IntValAp TGVAX 2039 +.12
LtMuAp LTMFX 13.77
ValueA TVAFX 30.52 +.11
Thrivent FisA:
HiYld LBHYX 526
LgCpStk AALGX 25.60 +.14
MidCpGr LBMGX 13.86 +.18
MidCpSk AASCX 16.34 +20
MunlBd AAMBX 11.63 -.01
Tocqnevile Fhs:
Gold t TGLDX 3237 +.49
Torray Funds:
Fund TORYX 40.63 +.41
InstI TORRX 115.57 +1.16
Touchstone Family:.
EmGrAp TEGAX 21.61 +.34
Ilansamer Premier:
Balncel p TBAIX 22.40 +.13
Equityl TEQUX 18.86 +20
GwthOpp TPSCX 1922 +22
TAIDEX A:
JanGmwp IDETX 22.7 +20
TAIDEX C:
AAIMdGrt IMLLX 1137 +.07
TCU USDGv TCUUX 9.44 *
iUBer Rinds:
MidcpGth TMGFX 24.40 +38
Tweedy Browne:
AmerVal TWEBX 24.99 +.11
GlobVal TBGVX 24.01 +.08
UBS Rinds ClA.
GlobAllot BNGLX 1329 +.06
UBS RPnds Cl :
GlobA0lo p BNPCX 13.08 +.06
UBS PACE Fds P:
LCGEqP PCLVX 19.57 +.11
UMB Scout iFunds:
World UMBWX 2425 +.17
US Global Investors:
AIlAm GBTFX 23.78 +.18
GIdShr USERX 7.88 +.10
HolmesGr ACBGX 15.87 +.17
USChina USCOX 6.61 +.04
WIdPrcMnUNWPX 15.89 +.18
USAA Group:
AgvGt USAUX 2823 +.18
CrnstStr USCRX 26.63 +.16
EmgMkt USEMX 12.83 +.10
FStrtGr UFSGX 928 +.05
GNMA USGNX 9.82 -.01
Grwth USAAX 13.45 +.12
Gr&lnc USGRX 18.42 +.15
IncStk USISX 16.72 +.07
Inco USAIX 12.51 -.01
IntTerBd USIBX 1028 -.02
Nasdq 100USNQX 4.78 +.07
PrecMM USAGX 14.89 +20
S&P Idx USSPX 18.09 +.13
ShtTBnd 'USSBX 8.94 *
TxFIn UFLTX 10.31 -.01
TEIt USATX 13.46 -.01
TlELT USTEX 1435 -.01
TxESh USSTX 10.75 *
UtdAssc500 UASPX 8.74 +.06
Value line Fd:
Aggrin VAGIX 5.19 +.01
Cony VALCX 11.66 +.07
Fund VLIFX 13.94 +.11
Inc&Gro VALIX 839 +.05
NYTE VLNYX 1024 -.01
US Gvt VALBX 11.78 -.02
Van EckRunds:
EmgMkApGBFAX 1020 +.14
IlnvGldA INIVX 9.50 +.14
Van Kamp Rinds Ac
AggGrAp VAGAX 13.95 +.17
CmstAp ACSTX 18.32 +.11
EGAp ACEGX 37.96 +37
EntA p ACENX 1212 +.10
EqlncAp ACEIX 8.66 +.04
GIbFranp VGFAX 22.57 +.17
GvScAp ACGVX 1037 -.01
GrInAp ACGIX 2029 +.14
HarbAp ACHBX 14.67 +.07
HYMuA p ACTHX 10.84 *
InTFAp VKMTX 1922 -.01
PaceA p ACPAX &83 +.08
REstAp ACREX 2234 +.14
StrMunlncVKMHX 1327 *
US MtgeAVKMGX 13.95 -.01
Van Kamp Fneds B
AggGrB p VAGBX 12.90 +.16
CmnstBt ACSWX 18.31 +.11
EGBt ACEMX 32.58 +32
EqlncBt ACEQX 853 +.04
GrlncBt ACGJX 20.11 +.13
HarbBt ACHAX 14.62 +.06
HYMuBt ACTGX 10.84 *
REstBt ACRBX 2234 +.14
SelGrthBrVBSGX 4.77 +.04
Van Kamp Funds C:
AggGrCt VAGCX 12.94 +.16
ComStkC ACSYX 1832 +.11
EqlncCt ACERX 8.56 +.04
FocEqCt MAECX 15.01 +.13
Van Wagoner Funds:
EmgGropVWEGX 4.86 +.04
MicroCppVWMCX 9.54 +.04
Vanguard Admiral:
AsstAdml VAARX 5521 +.41
BalAdml VBIAX 19.45 +.08
CAITAdm VCADX 1128 -.01
CpOpAd] VHCAX 6924 +.91
EuroAdml VEUSX 61.19 +.47
ExplAdml VEXRX 68.63 +.86
ExtdAdm VEXAX 30.87 +.30
FLLTAdm VFLRX 12.01 -.01
5COAdml VFIAX 11126 +.79
GNMAAd VFUX 10.48 -.03
GrolncAd VGIAX 5034 +32
GrwAdm VIGAX 26.03 +24


RlM b. AVCha.
HIthCr VGHAX 53.13 +.44
MYldCp VWEAX 643
iYldmnVWALX 10.97 *
tTM VILOXI 13.00 -.01
fIdmdl VBILX 10.71 -.02
IsiyAhd l VF1UX 1128 -.03
GAdrn VWILX 5954 +34
ITm ld VWSUX 13.66 -.*
rGrAdm WVFIDX 1O0 -.02
UdMtAd VMUIX 1058 *
LTAdmrd VWULX 11.61 -.01
MCpAdm VIMAX 70.92 +.73
PRmCaprVPMAX 63.67 +.65
RalAdmr VGSLX 77.11 +.43
STsyAdnl VFIRX 10.44 -.01
STBdAdmI V81RX 10.10 -.02
SMIrAd VWSIUX 15.61 *
STIGrAd VFSUX 10.63 -.01
SmAdmn VISMX 26.42 +30
MCaprc V0TCLX 5631 +.44
T1dMri r TGLX 53.99 +38
TUBAdml VBTLX 1031 '-.02
TStldm VTSAX 28.59 +.22
ISGrAdnVWUAX 41.12 +33
VlAdrml WIAX 2151 +12
WelslAc VWIAX 52.89 +.03
WelInAdmVWENX 52.52 +23
Windsor VWNEX 6036 +.51
WlsrlIAd VWNAX 54.94 +.34

AsetA VAAPX 24359 +.19
CAIT VCAIX 11.28 -.01
CapVaie VCVLX 11.49 +.13
CaOOpp VHCOX 29.97 +39
Conrt VCVSX 13.00 +.12
vdMro VOIGX 12.17 +.07
Energy VGENX 4321 +37
EqC VEIPX 23584 +.15
Enqr VEXPX 73.70 +.91
lLT VFLTX 12.01 -.01
GNMA VIIX 1048 -.03
GMlEq VHLGEX 18.06 +.11
Gi6 VIQNPX 30.82 +20
G qt VGE0 X5 9.39 +.10
HIoL VmWENO(X 83 *
M Cre VGHCX 1250+1.03
h PYL VIPSX 12.70 +.01
InpA VINEX 1L71 +43
r VWGr iVnGX 18.72 +11
hIntMp V1 31.16 +.21
MGrlde VFlICX 10.10 -.2
ITBy WMITX 1128 -.03
LtAfeCn VSCGX 1529 +.
Ufero VASGX 20A +13
Lifeloc VASIX 1360 +.02
LifeMod VSMGX 17.3 +.09
LTIGMade VWESX 96 -02
TsMyl VUSTX 11.87 -.02
Mor VMRGX 16.06 +.15
MuHY VWATHX 10.7
Mulnag VILPX 13,02 -.01
Mulnt 1WrTX 1326 -.01
MuLtd VMLX 10288 *
MuLong VWLTX 11.61 -.01
MuSBrt VWSTX 15.61
IT VINJX 12.23 -.01
NYLT VNYTX 11.67 -.01
RALT VPAIX 11.71 -.01
PrecMtsrVGPMX 17.10 +21
PnnrmCpr VPMCX 6137 +.62
SelaluV r VASVX 10.43 +.15
STAR VGSTX 18.79 +.08
STIGrade VFSTX 10.63 -.01
STFed VSGBX 1038 -.01
STfsry VFISX 10.44 -.01
SbatFq VSEQX 21232 +22
TgtRe2015 VTXVX 11.19 +.03
TgtRe2025 VTOVX 1139 +.04
TaMBai VTMFX 18.59 +.06
TkMCAp r VMCAX 27.97 +.22
TxMGIr VTGIX 2627 +.18
7IMlnr VTMGX 10.29 +.05
TxMSCr VTMSX 2126 +20
USGm VWUSX 15. +.13
USValue VUVLX 13.79 +.06
Wellsly VWINX 21.83 +.02
Welltn VWEX 30.4 +.13
Wndsr VWNDX 17.80 +.15
Wndsll VWNFX 30.95 +.19
Vanguard Idx Ms:
500 VFNX 111.25 +.79
Balanced VBINX 19A.45 +.08
CalSoc VCSIX 7.86 +.07
DevMkt VDMIX 9.17 +.05
EMkt VBEX 15.02 +.08
Europe VEURX 26.06 +20
Extend VEXMX 30.86 +29
Growth VIGRX 26.02 +24
ITBnd VBIIX 10.71 -.02
LTBnd VBLTX 12.19 -.03
MidCap VIMSX 15.63 +.16
Pacific VPACX 921 *
REITr VGSIX 18.07 +.10
SmCap NAESX 26.42 +.30
SmCpGth VISGX 14.91 +.19
SmICpVI VISVX 13.77 +.14
STBod VBISX 10.10 -.02
TotBnd VBMFX 1031 -.02
Totlnt P VGTSX 1259 +.07
TotStk VTSMX 28.59 +22
Value VIVAX 21.51 +.12
V guard Insll Fos:
Ballnst VBAIX 19.45 +.08
DvMkllnstVIDMX 9.08 +.05
Eumlnst VESIX 26.08 +21
Extin VIEIX 30.89 +30
Grwthlst VIGIX 26.03 +24
Instld VINIX 31033 +.78
InsPI VIX11X 1034 +.79
ToelBddx VITBX 52.01 -.08
lWstTStldx V TNX 25.67 +20
MidCplst VMCIX 15.67 +.16
Paclst VPKIXs 92 *
STIGrlnst VFSAX 10.63 -.01
SCInst VSCIX 2614 +30
TBIst VBTIX 1031 -.02
TSInst V1SX 28.60 +.22
Valuelst VViX 21.51 +,12
Vawbgepoaht is:
A1grOpp VAOX 10.60 +.09
AsstAl VaAX 7.33 +.05
CreBdIdl VPCIX 1021-.02
Eqlnc VPEIBX 8.99 +.06
Growt h VPGRX 8.16 +.08
Grw&lnc VPGIX 10.08 +.09
MPLgTG VPLGX 20.98 +.13
MPTndGr VPTGX 21.65 +.09
Vkioly FRinds:
DvsStA SRVEX 1634 +.14
WrnlBlntlutlWBIIX 1593 +.12
WM B ri MUl RIs:
InMtlGthIr BIGIX 22.15 +.16
WM SItr Asset Mgdnt
BalancAp SABPX 13.17 +.06
BalancBt SBBPX 13.14 +.06
ConGrBt SBGPX 13.95 +.09
ConGrAp SAGPX 1428 +.08
Waddell & Reed Adv:
Accm UNACX 6.19 +.06
CorelnvA UNCMX 5.69 +.05
HIInc UNHIX 7.64 +.01
NCcptAp UNECX 8.91 +.13
ScTechA UNSCX 1036 +.13
VangA UNVGX 8.54 +.08
Wasaftic
CoreGr WGROX 42.72 +30
Mic-Cap WMICX 6.78 +.05
SmCpGr WAAEX 3883 +.40
SmCapV WMCVX 5.39 +.04
Weiss Peck Greer
Tudorr TUDRX 1750 +.12
Weitz Rinds
Hickory WEHIX 31.8 +.17
PartVal WPVLX 2329 +.09
Value WVALX 36.67 +.14
WeBs FargoA:
AstAllA SFAAX 19.82 +.11
Wells Fargo Inst
DivEql NVDEX 40.05 +.31
GrBal I NVGSBX 29.72 +.19
lncEql NVIEX 35.74 +20
Index NVINX 4837 +34
LgCoGrI NVLCX 44.81 +.40
Strlncl NVCBX 19.45 +.04
Western Asset
CorePlus WACPX 10.70 -.02
Core WATFX 11.51 -.02
Westport Funds
SmallCpl WPSCX 24.36 +25
Westwood Fuinds
BalRtI WEBAX 12.13 +.03
MMites pWEMMX 15.75 +.15
William Blair N:
IntIGthN WBIGX 21.89 +.16


NEW YORK CORPORATION BONDS


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CORPORATION BONDS
AMR9sl16 11.88 75
AT&T 7S05 6.96 10
AT&T 7407 7.31 10
AT&T6s09 5.67 10
AT&T61/213 6.00 10
AT&T8.35S25 8.05 10
AT&T61/229 6.21 10
ATTBdb8%13 6.76 12
ATTBdb 9.45s22 6,74 14
AForP 5s30 6.71 74
BJSvc7s06 6.85 10
BauschL7hA28 6.86 10
BellsoT7s25 5.93 118
BellsoT7%35 7.27 10
BurN 6.55s20K 6.12 10
ConNGS6%13 5.91 112


CrwnCk 7W6
DaimCNA 'A/31
Deere 6.55s28
FordCr 608
GMA 6V08
GMAdc6s11
GMAzrl2
GMAzrl15
Holngr 8%05
InldFib9W 7f
IBM 8%19
IPapdc5l'12
IntShip7407
JCPL7W23
JCP 6s25
Leucadia7%13
Lucenr 7V406
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Australia (Dollar) .7860 .7822 1.2723 1.2784
Bahrain (Dinar) 2.6525 2.6525 3770 .3770
Brazil (Real) .3821 .3826 2.6168 2.6140
Britain (Pound) 1.8685 1.860008 .5352 .5351
Canada (Dollar) .8085 .8063 1.2368 12402
Chile (Peso) .001740 .001730 574.71 578.03
China (Yuan) .1208 .1208 8.2781 8.2781
Colombia (Peso) .000427 .000426 2344.12 2349.07
Czech Rep (Koruna) .0429 .0428 2333 23.38
Denmark (Krone) .1728 .1706 5.7878 5.8290
Dominican Rep (Peso) .0362 .0362 27.65 27.65
Egypt (Pound) .1720 .1720 6.8153 5.8153
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Hong Kong (Dollar) .1282 .1282 7.7995 7.7992
Hungry (Forint) .0053 .0052 189.39 190.77
India (Rupee) .0229 .0229 43.740 43.720
Indsia (Rupiah) .000108 .000108 9265.00 9280.00
Israel (Shekel) 2285 .2283 4.3764 4.3802
Japan (Yen) .009455 .009452 105.76 105.80
Jordan (Dinar) 1.4103 1.4104 .70907 .70902
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Mexico (Peso) .089718 .089646 11.1460 11.1550
N. Zealand (Dollar) .7123 .7102 1.4039 1.4081
Norway (Krone) .1525 .1514 65555 6.6030
Pakistan (Rupee) .0169 .0168 59.31 5935
Peru (New Sol) 3067 .3067 3260 3260
PhIlpins (Peso) .018 .0183 54.75 54.79
Poland (ZIoty) 3205 .3205 3.12 3.12
Russia (Ruble) .0356 .0356 28.0730 28.0800
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Saudi Arab (Rial) .2667 .2667 3.7500 3.7500
Singapore (Dollar) .6068 .6055 1.6481 1.6514
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So. Korea (Won) .000968 .000963 1032.90 1037.90
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DAN LE BATARD



Mourning glory:

Everybody wins

in this scenario
S now it looks like Alonzo
Mourning is returning to the
Miami Heat, the franchise he
never should have left.
This is good for the franchise and
for the player.
And it is a no-lose proposition. As
in, Miami won't be doing no losing.
Mourning wins. Pat Riley wins. Stan
Van Gundy wins. Shaq wins. And
everyone else in the Eastern Confer-
ence keeps losing.
Miami needs more size and
strength. Mourning provides those
cartoon muscles and cheap. He is
what you need to help Shaq with
those big Wallaces in Detroit once the
defending champions feel like playing
again. He's what you put up against
the Tim Duncans and Kevin Garnetts
and Jermaine O'Neals and Amare
Stoudemires that Miami's Udonis
Haslem, for all his want, is too under-
sized to handle for any duration, if at
all.
No lose: If Mourning is short-
circuited again by his myriad ail-
ments, Miami still is 6V2 games better
than everyone else in the conference,
as it is today without him. But if
Mourning stays healthy, Miami has
improved itself markedly by acquir-
ing the best available power forward
outside of Karl Malone.
And here's why this is so exciting,
aside from the obvious rebounding,
defense and shot-blocking Mourning
brings: He doesn't cost Miami much'
of anything, unlike so many of the
other trades available.
SMART TINKERING
You don't want to mess too much
with a team that is so much better
than everyone else in the conference.
Miami is a flabbergasting 26-4 in the
East, 10-0 in the division. Its 17-9
record on the road is the only winning
record any Eastern Conference team
has away from home. So the standings
indicate that Miami ought to coast to
the NBA Finals unless Shaq or
Dwyane Wade gets hurt.
And this is the perfect kind of tin-
kering, getting something for nothing,
Toronto willing to pay the disgrun-
tled Mourning to just please go away.
Tempting as it might be to send
Eddie Jones to dismantling Toronto in
a package for Jalen Rose and Donyell
Marshall, you don't want to upset the
balance of the conference's best team
by trading a scorer and the team's best
defender (Jones) midway through the
season, especially not when Jones
finally appears to be finding his foot-
ing and touch and role after almost
half the season.
CHECK THAT EGO
Mourning improves you without
changing you. And he makes you look
more formidable against the super-
powers out West.
Shaq getting into foul trouble isn't
quite as scary if a healthy Mourning is
the guy coming in off the bench.
Mourning's ego? That's no small
thing.
But it ought to fit if he's to be
believed about wanting to win a
championship above all else. He has
said that a lot through the years, even
while always grabbing at more
money, but he's going to have to get
used to being more irrelevant on this
team than he has ever been on one.
Mourning is used to being the star,
the last piece, the center in both posi-
tion and statue. But here he's just
another part, a replacement, a dirty-
work guy who won't get any plays
called for him, and he is going to have
to get his points by doing the kind of
janitorial work Haslem does.
CLEAN-UP HELP
It will be awkward, seeing some-
one who is used to being the king rel-
egated to cleaning up around some-
one else's palace.
But it is what Riley needs,
and Riley already gave Mourning
$100 million once without getting
a championship return, or anything
close, on his investment. Mourning is
being brought here to clean up around
Shaq, not to get in his way.
Mourning refused to show up in
Toronto after being traded from New
Jersey, and he refused to take a buy-
out with the Nets, so it is a winding
and whining journey that has brought
him back to Miami's doorstop.
Pretty good trade, that one.
Trading a winding and whining
path for a winning one.


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A REAL BARGAIN: Alonzo Mourning, who left the Heat in 2003 to sign with the Nets, then
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appears ready for

a return to Miami

BY STEPHEN F. HOLDER
sholder@herald.com
CHARLOTTE, N.C. It's official: Alonzo
Mourning, one of the most revered players in
Miami Heat history, moved one giant step closer
Friday to rejoining the Heat when he and the
Toronto Raptors
agreed to a buyout fig- -.. SMART
ure on Mourning's BMX
contract.
Mourning was LOVE THAT
waived immediately, CLASS OF 1992
and if he clears waivers
which cannot hap- If the Heat signs
pen until Tuesday Alonzo Mourning, it
morning he would would have the top
then become a free three picks from the
agent eligible to sign 1992 NBA draft.
with any team, includ- -------------
ing his first choice, the No. 1. Magic:
Heat. Mourning con- Shaquille O'Neal, C,
firmed his interest in LSU
Miami publicly for the -------------
first time Friday in a No. 2. Hornets:
radio interview with Alonzo Mourning, C,
John Thompson, who Georgetown
was Mourning's for-
mer coach at George- Tlmberwolves:
town University. Christian Laettner,
"I can still play this F, Duke
game at a high level;
I've proven that,"
Mourning said in the interview, which was
broadcast on Washington's WTEM-AM station.
"I want to be home. I want to be close to my
family. I want to be close to my foundation and
my business interests."
"Home" is Miami, and the Heat appears will-
ing and ready to move when the time comes,
with all signs indicating that the interest is
mutual.
Adding Mourning's dominant personality to
a Miami locker room that currently has good
chemistry could be viewed as a risk, but so long
as Mourning is willing to accept what is
expected to be a limited role, there does not
appear to be much opposition.
"TURN TO ALONZO MOURNING, 11B


AT THE BUZZER
LATE-BREAKING GAME SCORES
NBA
Spurs 101, Nets 91
Grizzlies 88,
Trail Blazers 82

COLLEGE.
BASKETBALL
Cornell 66,
Princeton 58
Manhattan 90,
Rider 73


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Brazil soccer star Ronaldo will celebrate his love for
model Daniella Cicarelli with a St. Valentine's Day party in a
castle on the outskirts of Paris on Monday.
Ronaldo has invited Real Madrid teammates Zinedine
Zldane, Raul, David Beckham and up to 250 friends to the
Feb. 14 bash at the Chantilly castle.
Chantilly is a short drive north of the
French capital, and a fleet of 63 Audi A8
cars will ferry guests to the ceremony.
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later this year, his press attache said. Under
Spanish law, he cannot remarry for at least
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with his first wife, Milene Domingues.
"In the summer, he can get married,"
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something special on Valentine's Day as a
sort of symbolic union because they cannot get married yet,"
Espinar added. "But they will consider it as their wedding
day."


Not rocket science No comparison


NBC Tonight Show host
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football is complicated?
How complicated can it be if
Terry Bradshaw is explain-
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'This is the best league in the
country. I know a lot of
attention goes to Duke and
North Carolina. We're like
those guys chasing Butch
and Sundance. They know
who we are. They know we
aren't going anywhere.'
- SKIP PROSSER, Wake Forest basketball coach, after the
sixth-ranked Demon Deacons held off North Carolina State
86-75 on Thursday night to move into a first-place tie with the
Blue Devils and the Tar Heels.



FLASHBACK


On this day in history:
1958 Bill Russell of the Boston Celtics scores 18
points and grabs 41 rebounds in a 119-101 victory over
the Syracuse Nationals.
1968 Jean-Claude Killy wins the giant slalom in the
Winter Olympics at Grenoble, France, for his second
gold medal in downhill skiing.
1972 With a 5-2 victory over Czechoslovakia, the
Soviet Union hockey team wins the gold medal at the
Winter Olympics. The United States is awarded the sil-
ver medal because it had beaten and tied Czechoslova-
kia in previous contests.
1993 The staggering San Jose Sharks tie an NHL
record by losing 17 consecutive games. The latest is a
6-0 blowout at the hands of the Edmonton Oilers.



THROUGH FEB. 3


EASTERN CONFERENCE
At Denver
NOTE: x-starters
Coach: Stan Van Gundy, Miami
Forwards: x-Vince Carter, New Jersey,
1,803,529; x-Grant Hill, Orlando, 1,497,489; Jer-
maine ONeal, Indiana, 1,432,438; Rasheed Wal-
lace, Detroit, 949,598; Richard Jefferson, New
Jersey, 442,236; Antawn Jamison, Washington,
416,683; Emeka Okafor, Charlotte, 408,082;
Tayshaun Prince, Detroit, 349,931; Drew Good-
en, Cleveland, 241,164; Dwight Howard, Orlan-
do, 213,641.
Guards: x-LeBron James, Cleveland,
1,661 204; x-AlIen Iverson, Philadelphia,
1,590,400; Dwyane Wade, Miami, 1,195,888;
Steve Francis, Orlando, 996,107; Jason Kidd,
New Jersey, 675,884; Chauncey Billups, Detroit,
324,542; Richard Hamilton, Detroit, 315,122;
Stephon Marbury, New York, 301,073; Paul
Pierce, Boston, 225,037; Gilbert Arenas, Wash-
ington. 201,859.
Centers: x-Shaquille O'Neal, Miami,
2,488,089; Ben Wallace, Detroit, 798,454; Zydru-
nas llgauskas, Cleveland, 306,581; Alonzo
Mourning, Toronto, 223,743; Chris Bosh, Toron-
to, 208,221; Eddy Cuny, chicago 111,37; Tony
Battle, Orlando, 100,040; Jeff Foster, Indiana.
90,970; Primoz Brzec, Charlotte, 83,682; Sam-
uel Dalembert, Pldladelphla, 60,412.


WESTERN CONFERENCE
Forwards: x-Kevin Garnett, Minnesota,
2,087,200; x-Tim Duncan, San Antonio,
1,812,522; Dirk Nowitzki, Dallas, 846,912; Car-
melo Anthony, Denver, 662,215; Amare Stoude-
mire, Phoenix, 640,370; Peja Stojakovic, Sacra-
mento, 374,588; Chris Webber, Sacramento,
360,511; Shawn Marion, Phoenix, 264,203; Pau
Gasol, Memphis, 250,844; Lamar Odom, LA.
Lakers, 243,203.

Guards: x-Tracy McGrady, Houston,
1,993,687; x-Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers,
1,815,952; Steve Nash, Phoenix, 1,148,275; Ray
Alien, Seattle, 920,130; Manu Ginobill, San An-
tonio, 568,361; Tony Parker, San Antonio,
405,826; Mike Bibby, Sacramento, 386,308; Bar-
on Davis, New Orleans, 221,735; Michael Finley,
Dallas, 219,725; Sam Cassell, Minnesota,
157,074.

Cam r : x-Ya Ming, Houston. 2,558,278;
Brad MiNer. Sacramento 429d413; Marcus Cam-
by, Dnver, 313,14; basho Nesterovic, San An-
tonio. 25,286;, Erick ampIer. Dalas. 24534;
Vlede DWac, LA. Lakers, 18,044 Jind Mat-
loire,. New Orleamns, 160,760; Dikeimbe Mutoem-
bo, Houston, 15m ; Brian Grant. LA. Lakers,
109.391; Theo Ratliff. Portland, 102.291.


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Chicago 23 23 500 5 6-4 L-1 15-10 8-1313-13
Indiana 23 25 .479 6 3-7 W-1 12-1111-1416-14
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Dallas 31 16 .660 6 6-4 L-1 17-9 14-716-10
Houston 29 21 .580 10 8-2 W-5 16-1013-1116-11
Memphis 29 21 .580 10 7-3 W-2 17-9 12-12 17-13
New Orleans 9 40 .184 29% 2-8 W-1 6-15 3-25 6-24

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15-9 7-18 9-20
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Sacramento 32 17 .653 6V2
LA. Lakers 25 23 .21 13
LA. Clippers 23 26 .469 15%
Golden State 14 35 .286 24%


FRIDAY'S
RESULTS

Miami at Charlotte, inc.
Houston at Indiana, inc.
Phila. at Toronto, inc.
Clippers at Wash., inc.
N.Y. at Boston, inc.
San Ant. at NJ., inc.
Den. at Cleveland, inc.
Port. at Memphis, inc.
Gol. St at N.O, inc.
Minn. at Utah, Inc.
Seattle at Phoenix, inc.
Dallas at Sacra., inc.


THURSDAY'S
RESULTS

Orlando 101, Atlanta 96
Det. 103, LA. Lakers 81
Seattle 115, Sac. 107


Str Home Away Conf

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L-3 19-7 13-10 18-15
L-1 17-10 8-1316-16
L-3 17-10 6-16 13-20
W-1 10-15 4-20 7-23

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No. 6 W. Forest d. N.C. State, 86-75
No. 11 Wash. at Oregon, Inc.
No. 12 Arizona d. USC, 88-76
No. 14 Gonzaga at Pepperdine, Inc.
No. 21 Cincinnati d. Xavier, 65-54
No. 24 Pacific d. Idaho, 78-56


SUMMARIES


NO. 6 WAKE FOREST 86,
N.C. STATE 75

N.C. State (13-10): Evtimov 5-8
0-0 14, Grant 0-3 0-0 0, Simmons 2-4
0-0 4, Atsur 2-3 0-0 6, Bethel 2-5 0-0
5, Bennerman 3-6 0-1 6, Hodge 10-13
7-8 27, Collins 4-5 1-111, Brackman
0-3 2-2 2. Totals 28-50 10-12 75.
Wake Forest (20-3): Levy 4-6 3-4
11, Danelius 1-3 3-3 5, Williams 5-10
5-8 15, Gray 4-14 9-10 18, Paul 3-6 6-6
13, Ellis 0-2 2-2 2, Downey 4-5 2-2 14,
Strickland 1-3 4-6 7, Visser 0-0 1-1 1.
Totals 22-49 35-42 86.
Halftime: Wake Forest 48-32.
Three-Point Goals: N.C. State 9-22
(Evtimov 4-6, Collins 2-2, Atsur 2-3,
Bethel 1-4, Brackman 0-2, Hedge 0-2,
Bennerman 0-3), Wake Forest 7-14
(Downey 4-4, Paul 1-1, Strickland
1-2, Gray 1-5, Danelius 0-1, Ellis 0-1).
Fouled Out: Atsur, Bethel, Levy.
Rebounds: N.C. State 24 (Collins 5),
Wake Forest 30 (Williams 7). Assists:
N.C. State 9 (Bethel, Collins, Hedge
2), Wake Forest 12 (Paul 8). Total
Fouls: N.C. State 29, Wake Forest 18.
A: 14,268.


NO. 24 PACIFIC 78,
IDAHO 56

Pacific (19-2): Mihailovic 1-2 0-2
3, Korajkic 2-8 0-0 4, Maraker 5-9 4-4
14, Doubley 7-9 2-2 21, Yango 6-10
2-2 14, Gray 2-4 0-0 4, Webb 1-2 0-0
3, Purnell 1-1 0-0 2, Flores 0-0 0-0 0,
Kemper 3-6 0-0 8, Newton 2-5 1-2 5.
Totals 30-56 9-12 78.
Idaho (8-15): Jones 8-18 3-4 20,
Shepard 3-9 0-0 8, Lyons 3-7 0-0 6,
Kahrimanovic 1-4 0-0 3, Davis 2-3 4-5
8, Haynes 0-3 2-2 2, Higdon 2-6 0-0 6,
Johnson 1-2 0-0 3, Anderson 0-0 0-0
0, Kale 0-3 0-0 0. Totals 20-55 9-11
56.
Halftime: Pacific 39-31. Three-
Point Goals: Pacific 9-18 (Doubley
5-5, Kemper 2-4, Mihailovic 1-2,
Webb 1-2, Gray 0-1, Korajkic 0-2,
Maraker 0-2), Idaho 7-22 (Shepard
2-5, Higdon 2-6, Johnson 1-1, Jones
1-4, Kahrimanovic 1-4, Haynes 0-2).
Rebounds: Pacific 42 (Yango 12),
Idaho 23 (Lyons 6). Assists: Pacific 19
(Korajkic 5), Idaho 12 (Lyons 5).
Turnovers: Pacific 12, Idaho 9. Total
fouls: Pacific 14, Idaho 11. A: 2,530.


STATE SCHOOLS

FLORIDA ATLANTIC 100,
JACKSONVILLE 73

Florida Atlantic (8-14): Webb 3-5
5-7 11, Bell 7-13 5-1120, Williams 4-5
0-1 8, Watson 4-5 2-2 10, Young 2-4
1-4 5, Tucker 5-10 1-2 12, Moore 1-3
0-0 3, McTyer 6-8 2-614, Marshall 0-1
0-0 0, Simmons 6-8 0-0 14, Lomond
0-0 0-00, Cournoyer-0 0-0 0, Bishop
1-1 0-0 3, Dillman 0-0 0-0 0. Totals:
39-63 16-33 100.
Jacksonville (13-10): Cool 3-8
0-0 7, Quaintance 9-15 8-1127, Vrcelj
1-4 1-2 3, Kimbrough 4-12 2-4 10, Lee
5-12 2-2 14, Conerly 2-5 0-0 5, Surry
0-2 2-2 2, Brown 2-3 1-4 5, Larson 0-4
0-0 0, Luback 0-0 0-0 0, Hudson 0-2
0-0 0. Totals: 26-67 16-25 73.
Halftime: Jacksonville 44-38.
Three-Point goals: Florida Atlantic
6-14 (Simmons 2-3, Bell 1-3. Tucker
1-2, Moore 1-2, Bishop 1-1, McTyer
0-1, Young 0-2), Jacksonville 5-13
(Lee 2-5, Cool 1-4, Conerly 1-2,
Quaintance 1-1, Kimbrough 0-1).
Fouled out: Tucker. Rebounds: Flor-
ida Atlantic 35 (Williams 8), Jackson-
ville 41 (Quaintance 15). Assists:
Florida Atlantic 16 (Watson 5), Jack-
sonville 11 (Quaintance, Kimbrough
3). Total fouls: Florida Atlantic 20,
Jacksonville 24. A 1,221.


UCF 71,
STETSON 62

UCF (16-7): Peppers 5-12 6-6 19,
Williams 5-5 0-0 10, Bakanowsky 4-4
0-0 9, G.Johnson 3-11 8-10 16,
Edwards 0-10-0 0, Lindbeck 0-2.0-0
0, MJohnson 3-4 0-0 6, Gill 1-1 0-0 2,
Rose 2-3 3-6 9. Totals 23-43 17-22 71.
Stetson (19-13): Gordon 9-16 5-7
23, Hollingsworth 2-5 0-0 4, Djordjic
2-4 0-0 4, Register 3-13 3-4 11, Hollo-
man 4-6 1-2 13, McMillen 2-2 1-2 6,
Kickingstallionsims 0-0 1-2 1, Hirst
0-1 0-0 0, Stiles 0-0 0-0 0. Totals
22-47 11-17 62.
Halftime: UCF 32-29. Three-
Point Goals: UCF 8-23 (Peppers 3-9,
Rose 2-2, GJohnson 2-8, Bakanowsky
1-1, Edwards 0-1, Lindbeck 0-2),
Stetson 7-14 (Holloman 4-5, Register
2-6, McMillen 1-1, Hirst 0-1, Holling-
sworth 0-1). Fouled Out: None.
Rebounds: UCF 29 (Williams 8), Stet-
son 23 (Djordjic 6). Assists: UCF 20
(Peppers 5), Stetson 12 (Gordon 6).
Total Fouls: UCF 18, Stetson 17.
Technicals: M.Johnson, Stetson
Team, Djordjic. A: 4,228.


AROUND THE NATION

SOUTH

Austin Peay 67, Tenn.-Martin 63 (OT)
Birmingham-So. 74, High Point 73
Central Florida 71, Stetson 62
Coll. of Charleston 66, The Citadel 63
E. Kentucky 56, Samford 53
Gardner-Webb 76, Troy 69
Louisiana Tech 71, Hawaii 70
La.-Lafayette 67, South Alabama 45
Middle Tennessee 79, North Texas 64
Morehead St 76, Jacksonville St 66
Morgan St 71, N. Carolina A&T 54
Northw. St 95, Nicholls St 93 (OT)
SE La. 70, Louisiana-Monroe 57
VMI 65, Longwood 52
W. Kentucky 84, Denver 79
Winthrop 69, Liberty 61


EAST

Fairfield 61, Marist 60
Fair. Dickinson 83, Robert Morris 75
lona 95, Niagara 680
Loyola, Md. 68, Siena 65
St Francis, NY 77, LIU 68
St Francis, Pa. 65, Monmouth 57
Wagner 61, Mount St Mary's, Md. 42


MIDWEST

Centenary 66, Chicago St 63
Cleveland St 65, Butler 56
Detroit 71, Wright St 49
E. Illinois 82, Tennessee St 61


[I.-Chicago 71, Youngstown St.65
IPFW 71, N. Colorado 63
Wichita St 76, Illinois St 62
Wis.-Mil. 74, Loyola of Chicago 67

SOUTHWEST

Ark.-Little Rock 73, Arkansas St. 67
Oral Roberts 85, W. Illinois 55
SMU 66, San Jose St. 46
Sam Houston SL 86, Lamar 84


FAR WEST

Oregon St. 58, Washington St. 51
S. Utah 67, Oakland, Mich. 65



WOMEN'S AP TOP 25

No. 1 LSU d. No. 5 Tennessee, 68-58
No. 2 Ohio State d. Michigan, 72-39
No. 9 Mich. St. d. No. 12 Minn., 79-48
No. 18 Georgia d. S. Carolina, 67-51
No. 19 Maryland d. W. Forest, 77-67
No. 20 Temple d. St Joseph's, 68-49
No. 21 Vanderbilt d. Auburn, 66-64
No. 23 N.C. State d. Ga. Tech, 83-59
No. 24 Wiscon.-GB d. Detroit, 81-52
No. 25 Penn State d. Indiana, 67-45


SUMMARIES
NO.1 LSU 68,
NO. 5 TENNESSEE 58

Tennessee (18-4): Ely 2-11 2-2 6,
Fluker 3-8 0-0 6, Anosike 0-5 2-4 2,
Moore 3-5 0-0 7, Jackson 3-14 1-2 8,
Spencer 0-4 0-0 0, Zolman 8-16 2-2
21, Redding 0-1 0-0 0, Hornbuckle 1-5
0-0 2, Wiley-Gatewood 2-2 0-0 6.
Totals 22-71 7-10 58.
LSU (22-1): Jones 0-2 1-2 1, Wil-
lis 4-4 0-0 8, Johnson 2-9 5-7 9, Hos-
ton 6-12 1-3 16, Augustus 12-19 1-1
25, Chaney 0-0 0-0 0, Williams 0-0 2-2
2, Fowles 2-4 3-5 7. Totals 26-50
13-20 68.
Halftime: Tennessee 28-27.
Three-Point Goals: Tennessee 7-21
(Zolman 3-6, Wiley-Gatewood 2-2,
Moore 1-2, Jackson 1-6, Ely 0-1,
Redding 0-1, Spencer 0-1, Horn-
buckle 0-2), LSU 3-8 (Hoston 3-7,
Augustus 0-1). Fouled Out: None.
Rebounds: Tennessee 37 (Anosike
10), LSU 34 (Fowles 17). Assists: Ten-
nessee 11 (Moore 5), LSU 18 (John-
son 9). Total Fouls: Tennessee 18,
LSU 7. A: 15,233.


NO. 2 OHIO STATE 72,
MICHIGAN 39

Michigan (5-18): Pool 4-11 2-2
10, Cooper 0-13-4 3, McPhilamy 3-11
0-0 6, Flippin 1-4 0-0 3, Helvey 3-10
2-3 8, Starling 1-5 0-0 2, Clement 1-2
0-0 2, Walker 2-3 0-0 5. Totals 15-47
7-9 39.
Ohio St (23-2): Matter 1-6 2-2 5,
Blanton 2-5 0-0 5, Davenport 7-11 2-3
16, Hoskins 4-5 1-1 9, Allen 3-6 0-0 7,
Howe 3-3 1-1 7, Wilburn 5-7 0-1 10,
Battle 2-3 0-0 4, Packer 2-6 0-0 5,
Dark 1-1 0-0 2, Jamen 0-2 0-0 0, Riley
1-5 0-0 2. Totals 31-60 6-8 72.
Haoitime: Ohio St. 34-15. Three-
Point goals: Michigan 2-14 (Walker
1-2, Flippin 1-3, McPhilamy 0-2, Star-
ling 0-3, Pool 0-4), Ohio St. 4-15
(Matter 1-3, Blanton 1-3, Allen 1-3,
Packer 1-5, Wilburn 0-1). Fouled out:
None. Rebounds: Michigan 23 (Pool
6), Ohio St. 39 (Davenport 11).
Assists: Michigan 10 (Pool, Flippin 3),
Ohio St. 19 (Allen 4). Total fouls:
Michigan 11, Ohio St.,11. A: 5,938.


NO. 9 MICHIGAN STATE 79,
NO. 12 MINNESOTA 48

Michigan State (21-3): Shimek
6-15 3-4 15, Roehrig 1-4 2-2 4, Haynie
7-10 3-3 18, Bowen 5-6 2-2 13, Lucas-
Perry 1-5 2-2 4, Doneth 0-0 0-0 0,
Haynes 8-10 3-4 22, Dwyer 1-1 0-0 3,
Small 0-0 0-0 0, Grantham 0-2 0-0 0,
Bannister 0-2 0-0 0, Hall 0-0 0-0 0.
Totals 29-55 15-17 79.
Minnesota (18-5): Bolden 0-2 0-0
0, Broback 7-14 2-2 16, McCarville
7-13 3-3 17, Calhoun 0-0 3-5 3, Schon-
rock 0-7 0-0 0, Roysland 1-6 3-4 5,
Garry 0-0 0-0 0, Alsdurf 1-5 0-0 2,
Lacey 2-3 1-2 5, Knight 0-10-0 0, Col-
lison O0 0-0 0. Totals 18-51 12-1648.
Halftime: Michigan State 42-25.
Three-Point Goals: Michigan State
6-8 (Haynes 3-3, Dwyer 1-1, Haynie
1-1, Bowen 1-2, Shimek 0-1), Minne-
sota 0-17 (Bolden 0-1, McCarville 0-1,
Roysland 0-2, Alsdurf 0-3, Broback
0-3, Schonrock 0-7). Fouled out:
None. Rebounds: Michigan State 35
(Shimek 10), Minnesota 26 (McCar-
ville, Broback 5). Assists: Michigan
State 22 (Haynie 4), Minnesota 11
(Calhoun 4). Total Fouls: Michigan
State 15, Minnesota 15. A: 8,768.


STATE SCHOOLS


MIAMI 66,
VIRGINIA 60
MIAMI min fg ftrb apfpts
T. James 4011-20 9-11 9 0 3 31
Dhahabu 31 4-6 2-2 4 1 4 10
McCrmck 40 6-16 0-010 4 2 14
Grimsley 30 2-8 3-5 5 5 4 7
Phanord 30 0-1 2-2 0 3 3 2
Marincic 13 0-0 0-0 5 0 0 0
L. James 3 1-1 0-0 1 0 0 2
Hayek 13 0-1 0-0 0 2 1 0
TEAM 6
Totals 20024-5316-20401517 66
VIRGINIA min fg ftrb apfpts
Blue 22 0-3 0-0 1 1 1 0
Lgn-Frnd 25 2-4 2-2 7 4 5 6
Teamer 3310-18 3-912 1 2 23
Zoll 34 4-9 1-1 2 6 0 9
McGuire 21 0-4 0-0 2 0 2 0
Williams 11 0-4 0-0 4 0 0 0
Kenion 13 2-5 4-5 1 0 1 8
Granberry 21 4-10 0-0 0 0 2 9
Sardin 10 1-2 0-0 2 1 0 2
Kreager 10 0-3 3-4 1 0 2 3
TEAM 3
Totals 20023-6213-21351315 60

Halftime: Miami 27-22. Three-
Point Goals: Miami 2-12 (T. James
0-3, McCormick 2-8, Hayek 0-1); Vir-
ginia 1-12 (Logan-Friend 0-1, Teamer
0-1, Zoll 0-1, McGuire 0-4, Kenion 0-1,
Granberry 1-4).A: 2,061.


AROUND THE NATION

SOUTH

Belmont 72, Jacksonville 65
E. Kentucky 63, Samford 45
Florida 70, Kentucky 59
Jacksonville St 78, Morehead St. 64
La.-Lafayette 66, New Orleans 46
La.-Monroe 77, SE Louisiana 39
Mercer 74, Florida Atlantic 71 (OT)
Middle Tennessee 71, Denver 45
N. Carolina A&T 80, Morgan St 76
Northwestern St 82, Nicholls St. 65
S. Alabama 50, New Mexico St. 48
Stetson 92, Upscomb 88 (40T)


Tenn.-Martin 64, Austin Peay 58
Tennessee Tech 85, Murray St 78
Troy 73, Campbell 51
UCF 75, Georgia St. 63
UMKC 55, Centenary 41

EAST

Boston U. 61, UMBC 54
Fairfield 56, Manhattan 54
Fordham 74, St Bonaventure 73
George Washington 79, Duquesne 47
Marist 62, Siena 44
Richmond 49, Rhode Island 46

MIDWEST

Bradley 81, Evansville 67
Chicago St. 58, Valparaiso 56
IPFW 70, Wis.-Milwaukee 65
Ind. St. 81, Wichita St. 74 (OT)
Iowa 60, Northwestern 40
Loy. of Chicago 78, Cleveland St. 69
N. Iowa 72, S. Illinois 43
SW Missouri St. 72, Illinois St. 64
Tennessee St 68, E. Illinois 59
Wisconsin 65, Illinois 60


SOUTHWEST

Arkansas 83, Alabama 68
Arkansas St. 69, Ark.-Little Rock 62
Sam Houston St 65, Lamar 59
Stephen F.Austin 61, Texas St. 57
Texas-Arl. 57, Tx-San Antonio 43


FAR WEST

Arizona St. 49, Southern Cal 45
BYU 59, Colorado St 47
New Mexico 77, Air Force 69


COLLEGE POLLS
MEN'S AP TOP 25 POLL
The top 25 teams in The Associat-
ed Press' men's college basketball
poll, with first-place votes in paren-
theses, records through Feb. 6, total
points based on 25 points for a first-
place vote through one point for a
25th-place vote and last week's rank-
ing:
REC Pts Pv
1. Illinois (72) 23-0 1,800 1
2. North Carolina 19-2 1,711 2
3. Kansas 18-1 1,625 3
4. Boston College 20-0 1,561 5

6. Wake Forest 19-3 1,429 7
7. Duke 17-2 1,349 4
8. Syracuse 21-2 1,311 8
9. Louisville 20-3 1,262 9
10. Oklahoma St. 17-3 1,144 10
11. Washington 19-3 1,059 13
12. Arizona 19-4 983 14
13. Michigan St. 15-4 872 12
14.Gonzaga 17-4 805 17
15. Utah 19-3 686 21
16. Oklahoma 17-4 657 14
17. Alabama 17-4 648 11
18. Pittsburgh 15-4 550 16
19. Connecticut 14-5 535 23
20. Wisconsin 15-5 309 19
21. Cincinnati 17-5 250 18
22. Villanova 13-5 242 24
23. Texas 15-6 189 20
24. Pacific 18-2 173 -
25. TexasTe ech 14-5 156 -
Others receiving votes: Georgia
Tech 116, Charlotte 108, Florida 97,
Wichita St. 65, Minnesota 50, Ver-
mont 40, Georgetown 17, Maryland
12, Old Dominion 12, Mississippi St.
10, St. Mary's, Cal. 9, Nevada 8, Tex-
as A&M 8, George Washington 7, Io-
wa 7, Wis.-Milwaukee 6, Marquette
5, Notre Dame 5, UTEP 3, Stanford 2,
Holy Cross 1, Miami 1.
USA TODAY/ESPN TOP 25
The top 25 teams in the USA To-
day-ESPN men's college basketball
poll, with first-place votes in paren-
theses, records through Feb. 6,
points based on 25 points for a first-
place vote, through one point for a
25th-place vote and previous rank-
ing:
REC Pts Pv
1. Illinois (31) 23-0 775 1
2. North Carolina 19-2 732 2
3. Kansas 18-1 699 3
4. Boston College 20-0 666 5
5. Kentucky 17-2 663 4
6. Wake Forest 19-3 612 7
7. Syracuse 21-2 580 8
8. Duke 17-2 551 6
9. Louisville 20-3 535 9
10. Oklahoma State 17-3 494 11
11. Washington 19-3 447 12
12. Michigan State 15-4 435 10
13. Arizona 19-4 428 13
14. Connecticut 14-5 284 20
15. Pittsburgh 15-4 273 15
15. Utah 19-3 273 22
17. Gonzaga 17-4 270 21
18. Oklahoma 17-4 262 16
19. Alabama 17-4 245 14
20. Cincinnati 17-5 154 17
21. Wisconsin 15-5 138 19
22. Texas 15-6 128 18
23. Texas Tech 14-5 72 NR
24. Pacific 18-2 71 NR
25. Villanova 13-5 50 25
Others receiving votes: Georgia
Tech 48, Florida 30, Charlotte 29,
Wichita State 27, Vermont 18, Old
Dominion 13, West Virginia 12, New
Mexico 10, Notre Dame 6, Minnesota
6, Southern Illinois 6, Mississippi St.
5, St. Mary's (CA) 4, UAB 4, DePaul 4,
Georgetown 4, Nevada 3, UTEP 2, Io-
wa 2, Maryland 2, LSU 1, Denver 1,
Geo Washington 1.

WOMEN'S TOP 25
The top 25 teams in The Associat-
ed Press' women's college basketball
poll, with first-place votes in paren-
theses, records through Feb. 6, total
points based on 25 points for a first-
place vote through one point for a
25th-place vote and last week's rank-
ing:
REC Pts Pv
1. LSU (44) 21-1 1,100 1
2. Ohio St. 22-2 1,036 2
3. Duke 22-2 984 3
4. Stanford 21-2 978 4
5. Tennessee 18-3 925 5
6. Notre Dame 20-3 873 6
7. Baylor 17-3 833 8
8. North Carolina 18-3 761 9
9. Michigan St. 20-3 752 10
10. Connecticut 15-5 702 11
11. Rutgers 16-5 670 7
12. Minnesota 18-4 590 14
13. Texas Tech 16-4 553 12
14. Iowa St. 18-2 473 19
15. DePaul 18-3 459 17
16. Kansas St. 17-4 449 15
17. Texas 13-7 377 13
18. Georgia 18-6 342 18
19. Maryland 16-5 274 20
20. Temple 18-3 249 22
21. Vanderbilt 16-5 207 21
22. Boston College 15-5 196 16
23. N.C. State 16-5 146 25
24. Wis.-Green Bay 20-2 90
25. Penn St. 14-8 .77 23
Others receiving votes: New
Mexico 48, Florida St. 35, Purdue 20,
Virginia Tech 18, Gonzaga 13, UCLA
13, TCU 12, Virginia 12, Charlotte 9,
Houston 6, SoJthern Cal 4, Chatta-
nooga 2, Iowa 3, Louisiana Tech 2,
Louisville 2, Richmond 2, Utah 2, Ne-
braska 1.


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@Illinois 11% Wis.
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@indiana St. 3% Evansville
@W.F. 16 FSU
Oklahoma 41 @Mizzou
@Texas 12 Kansas St.
@ George
Washington 12 Richmond
@W. Mich. 12 Marshall
@Loyola of
Chicago PkWis.-Grn By
@Louisville 22 USF
@Butler 3 Detroit
Drexel 12@Jms Mdsn
Grge Mson 7@Wlm&Mry
Charlotte 4 @St Louis
@SWMss.St. 12 Drake
@Sn Dgo St. 1 UNLV
@Indiana 2 Minnesota
@Kentucky 25 Georgia
@Arkansas 8 LSU
@Tulsa 1 Rice
@Stanford 8 California
@Kansas 17 Colorado
Cincinnati 3 @DePaul
@Old Dmnn 9 Va. Comm.
@Hofstra 51 N.C.-Wlgtn
Michigan St. 12 @Michigan
@Iowa St. 1 Txs Tch
@Grgtown 5 W.V.
Dayton 3 @La Salle
Fresno St. 21 @Bse St
@Toledo 8 N. IlIns
Ohio St. 8 @Penn St.
Houston 1 @S. Miss.
Florida 2 @Tenn.
N. Iowa 2 @Illns St.
@Clev. St. 1 ll.-Chi.
@Yale 7 Harvard
Oklahoma St 7 @Txs A&M
@Oregon 5 Wash. St
@Denver-y 6% Mdle Tenn.
@S. Illinois 7 Creighton
@Kent St. 7 Bwlng Gro
@E. Mchgn 8 Cnt. Mchgn
@Penn 16 Cornell
@Brown 11 Dartmouth
Marquette 3 @Et Crina
Rhode Island 5 @St. Bona.
@Alabama 15 Miss.
@Miss. St. 8% Vandy
@S. Crlina 13 Auburn
@Lsna Tch 12 Sn Jose St
@Seton Hall 9 St. John's
@Delaware 11 Towson
@Princeton 16 Columbia
Fullerton St. 3@LngBchSt.
@Iowa 11 Nrthwstrn
@Ws.-Mlwke 24Yngstwn St.
Nebraska 41 @Baylor
@SMU 11 Hawaii
Arizona 7 @UCLA
W. Kentucky 1 @N. Txs
@La.-Laf. 12 N.O.
UAB 1 @TCU
Wichita St. 3 @Bradley
@Utah 21 Col. St.
@BYU 4 Wyoming
Duke 2% @Maryland
Gonzaga 8 @Lla Mymt
@N.M. St. 3 S. Alabama
@UTEP 6% Nevada
@Pepperdine 4 Portland
@Idaho ICS Nrthrdge
@UC Irvine 8 UC Rvrsde
@S. Cal Pk Ari. St.
@Utah St. 9 Pacific
@Appichn St. 1 Chtnga
@Davidson 6 Grga Sthrn
@Murray St. 8Austin Peay
@Fairfield 31 Niagara
lona 7 @Lyla, Md.
@Furman 8 Wofford
@ETSU 1 UNC-Grnsb
@Elon 5 W. Carolina
@Samford 11 Morehd St.
Tenn. Tech 6 @To.-Mrtn
E. Kentucky 6 @Jknvle St.
@SE Missri 4% Tenn. St.
@Weber St. 3 N. Arizona
@Idaho St. 3 Sacr. St.
@Prtlnd St 11 E. Wash.




BASEBALL

AMERICAN LEAGUE
Tampa Bay Devil Rays: Agreed to
terms with RHP Travis Harper, RHP
Jose Diaz, RHP Franklin Nunez and
OFF onnnv nmes on a one-year con-


tracts. HYDERABAD OPEN

NATIONAL LEAGUE At Hyderabad, India
Semifinals: Alyona Bondarenko d.
Florida Marlins: Named Claude Anna Lena Groenefeld (2), walkover;
Delorme stadium consultant Sania Mirza d. Maria Kirilenko (8),
Milwaukee Brewers: Agreed to 6- 7-6 (7-4). Mara (
terms with LHP Jeff Housman, RHP 4 7-
Ben Diggins, RHP Mike Jones and OF
Brad Nelson on one-year contracts.
New York Mets: Sent INF Danny
Garcia outright to Norfolk of the IL. 11
Pittsburgh Pirates: Named Jack
Bowen special assistant to the gener-
al manager. FLORIDA MARLINS
Washington Nationals: Agreed to
terms with OF Ryan Church on a one- 2005 SPRING TRAINING
year contract. Named Tom Graham March 1: University of Miami,
club medical director and Wiemi 3:05 p.m.; 2: at Los Angeles (Vero
Douoghui and Dave Johnson team or- Beach), 1:05 p.m.; 3: Baltimore, 1:05
thopedic physicians. p.m.; 4: at Baltimore (Fort Lauder-
dale), 1:05 p.m.; 5: at St. Louis (Jupi-
COLLEGE ter); 6: St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.; 7: at Bal-
Alabama-Birmingham: Named timore (ss) (Fort Lauderdale), 1:05
GeoAlabama-Birmingham: Named p.m.; Los Angeles (ss), 7:05 p.m.; 8:
George Pugh assistant football atLos Angeles (Vero Beach), 1:05
Bucknell: Named Kaitlin Huber ashin.m. 9: ton (Melbourne, 1:05 p.m.; 10: at
assistant director of athletics for 11: Baltimore, 1:0 p.m.;12: Wash-
compliance and student affairs. 11Baington, re. 1.13: at Los Angeles
Citadel: Announced the resigna- ngVero Beacn, 1:05 p.m.; 143: at Los Min
tion of John Zernhelt, football coach, (Vero Beach) 1:05 p.m.; 14: at Mn-
to become an assistant coach for the nesota (Fort Myers), 1:05 p.m.; 15:
New York Jets. Minnesota (ss), 1:05 p.m.; at New
Kansas State: Named Dana Dimel York Yankees (ss) (Tampa), 1:15
offensive graduate assistant. p.m. 16: New York Mets, 1:05 p.m.;
t7 nr RnhoFn (Fort Mwers) 1:05 nm.:


NEXTEL CUP

BUDWEISER SHOOTOUT
Race to be run today
Note: x-not present for draw
At Daytona Beach


(NO.) DRIVER
1. (88) Dale Jarrett
2. (16) Greg Biffle
3. (39) Bill Elliott
4. (25) Brian Vickers
5. (49) Ken Schrader
6. (97) Kurt Busch
7. (12) Ryan Newman
8. (20) Tony Stewart
9.(21) Ricky Rudd
10. (19) Jeremy Mayfield
11. (24) Jeff Gordon
12. (8)Dale Earnhardt Jr.
13. (9) Kasey Kahne
14. (6) Mark Martin
15. (2) Rusty Wallace
16. (01) Joe Nemechek
17. (48) Jimmie Johnson
18. (41) Casey Mears
19. (18) Bobby Labonte
x-20. (93) Geoffrey Bodine


CAR
Ford
Ford
Dodge
Chevrolet
Dodge
Ford
Dodge
Chevrolet
Ford
Dodge
Chevrolet
Chevrolet
Dodge
Ford
Dodge
Chevrolet
Chevrolet
Dodge
Chevrolet
Chevrolet


18: St. Louis, 1:05 p.m.; 19: at New
York Mets (Port St. Lucie), 1:10 p.m.;
20: Houston, 1:05 p.m.; 21: at Wash-
ington (Melbourne), 1:05 p.m.; 22:
Los Angeles, 1:05 p.m.; 24: at Hous-
ton (Kissimmee), 7:05 p.m.; 25: New
York Mets, 7:05 p.m.;; 26: Baltimore,
1:05 p.m.; 27: at St. Louis (Jupiter),
1:05 p.m.; 28: at Baltimore (Fort Lau-
derdale), 1:05 p.m.; 29: St. Louis, 1:05
p.m.; 30: at New York Mets (Port St.
Lucie), 1:05 p.m.; 31: Washington,
1:05 p.m; April 1: at New York Mets
(Port St. Lucie), 7:10 p.m.; 2: New
York Mets, 12:05 p.m.; 3: at Greens-
boro Grasshoppers (AA), 2:05 p.m.


MLB CALENDAR
Through Feb. 21: Salary arbitra-
tion hearings.
Feb. 19: Voluntary reporting date
for pitchers, catchers and injured
players.
Feb. 24: Voluntary reporting date
for other players.
March 2-11: Teams may renew
contracts of unsigned players.
March 2: Mandatory reporting
date.
March 16: Last day to place a
player on unconditional release waiv-
ers and pay 30 days termination pay
instead of 45 days.


LATE THURSDAY
HOLLYWOOD
FIRST-D, T:31.02
1 Dv's Malcolm 6.80 3.20 3.80
7 Ab Midnight Joe 4.00 4.00
3 Jc's Woods Chip 33.60
Quoin (1-7) $21.40
Perf (1-7) $60.30
Tri (1-7-3) $615.00
SECOND-C, T:30.59
3 Up A Notch 9.00 5.00 3.20
6 Ea's Magpie 10.20 4.80
4 Bow Big Jake 4.20
Quin (3-6) $35.40
Perf (3-6) $135.30
Tri (3-6-4) $523.40
THIRD-B, T:30.65
7 Mesa Cyndi 10.20 4.40 4.40
4 Our Mabel 6.006.60
6 Jt's Getsaround 3.80
Quin (4-7) $50.80
Perf (7-4) $85.80
1st Half Tt (7-4-6) $278.00
Sup (7-4-6-2) $2,514.00
FOURTH-C, T:38.25
2 Reko Dorito 25.60 8.20 9.40
4 Dewey Razerfast 6.00 3.60
8 Jnr Josey 3.60
Quinl (2-4) $65.60
Perf (2-4) $180.60
Tri (2-4-8) $1,633.60
FIFTH-A, T:30.72
I Mesa Gumshoe 6.00 4.20 2.40
4 Jimbo Replace 6.603.20
5 Atascocita Nick 2.80
Quin (1-4) $17.80
Perf (1-4) $54.60
Tri (1-4-5) $130.00
Sup (1-4-5-3) $2,230.40
T T R Carry Over $2,130.00
SIXTH-B, T:30.87
7 Rv Lifesaver 7.80 4.60 3.20
8 Bow Makin Sure 13.60 6.60
6 Atascocita Rob 2.60
Quin (7-8) $27.00
Perf (7-8) $92.10
Tri (7-8-6) $220.80
Pick3 (2-1-7) $199.20
SEVENTH-A, T:30.63
5 Hey Taxi 6.20 3.20 2.80
6 Cmon Adrian 13.40 4.80
8 Hallo Eevee 2.60
Quin (5-6) $38.80
Perf (5-6) $165.00
Tri (5-6-8) $426.40
EIGHTH-D, T:31.05
4 Rb Looking Back 9.00 4.20 4.20
3 Master Plan 5.60 6.00
1 Cayenne Jet 6.00
Quin (3-4) $33.40
Perf (4-3) $82.50
1st Half T S(4-3-1) $91.00
Sup (4-3-1-7) $2,977.40
NINTH-B, T:37.93
4 Call Me Flashy 33.80 9.20 4.20
7 Iceman 5.403.60
2 Hh Tomahawk Tom 3.80
Quin (4-7) $33.60
Pert (4-7) $95.40
Tri (4-7-2) $202.40
Sup (4-7-2-3) $1,596.00
IOTH-C, T:31.07
1 IzT Our Ozzie 9.60 5.00 2.80
2 Answer To Aleena 3.803.80
7 Heather's Alexis 4.80
Quin (1-2) $16.00
Pert (1-2) $50.40
Tri (1-2-7) $173.00
Sup(1-2-7-8) $311.60
BT S Carry Over $12,831.04
Handle $166,985.00




ATP TOUR

OPEN 13
At Marseille, France
Quarterfinals: Joachim Johansson
(3) d. Karol Beck, 6-4, 6-4; Feliciano
Lopez (6) d. Taylor Dent, 7-5, 1-6, 7-6
(10-8); Ivan Ljubicic (8) d. Sjeng
Schalken, 6-3, 6-4; Mario Ancic d. Se-
bastien De Chaunac, 7-6 (13-11), 6-3.
BUENOS AIRES OPEN
At Buenos Aires
Quarterfinals: Mariano Puerta d.
Caroies Moya (1), 7-6 (7-0), 6-3; Alber-
to Martin d. Felix Mantilla, 5-7, 6-4,
7-6 (7-3); Jose Acasuso d. Nicolas Al-
magro, 6-3, 6-4.

SAP OPEN
At San Jose, Calif.
Quarterfinals: Tommy Haas (3) d.
Max Mirnyi (8), 6-7 (2-7), 7-6 (7-3),
6-2; Cyril Saulnier d. Vince Spadea
(4), 6-2, 6-4.

WTA TOUR

OPEN GAZ DE FRANCE
At Paris
Quarterfinals: Dinara Safina d.
Serena Williams (1), Walkover; Ame-
lie Mauresmo (2) d. Magdalena Ma-
leeva (8), 6-2, 7-6 (7-2); Nadia Petro-
va (4) d. Marion Bartoli, 2-6, 6-1, 7-5;
Tatiana Golovin d. Silvia Farina Ella
(7), 6-0, retired.


LATE THURSDAY DANIA
FIRST-DBLS, 7 PTS
3-Arrieta-Miguel 11.60 5.40 3.00
1-Lecue-Sergio 7.60 3.80
2-Baluja-Urtaran 3.20
Quin: $17.60
Exacta-$68.10; Trifecta-$252.20
SECOND-SINGLES, 7 PTS
6-Baluja 19.20 8.60 6.80
1-Urtaran 4.00 3.40
2-Endika 4.40
Quil: $50.40
Exacta-$146.70; Trifecta-$730.40
Daily Double-$118.80
THIRD-DBLS, 7 PTS
6-1.ecue-Miguel 17.80 8.00 7.20
2-Arrieta-Carvalho 3.80 3.20
7-Lertxundi-Endika 4.40
Quin: $25.00
Exacta-$77.70; Trifecta-$708.20
FOURTH-DBLS, 9 PTS
6-Arrieta-Pedro 20.20 7.40 4.20
2-Lertxundi-Urtaran 5.20 3.60
1-Cancio-Endika 4.80
Quin: $56.00
Exacta-$105.00; Trifecta-$840.80
Superfecta (6-2-1-7) $156.40
FIFTH-SINGLES, 7 PTS
2-Barre 9.60 6.20 4.80
7-Chasio 11.80 5.40
3-Scotty 5.40
Quin: $56.20
Exacta-$125.40; Tfecta-$569.00
Pick 3 6-6-2 1779.80
SIXTH-DBLS, 7 PTS
1-Baluja-Larrea 14.80 5.80 3.80
3-Barre-Carvalho 5.60 4.20
2-Lertxundi-Ulises 4.40
Quin: $25.00
Exacta-$254.10; Tdfecta-$337.60
SEVENTH-DBLS, 9 PTS
7-Olate-Urtaran 15.20 9.00 3.80
4-Foronda-lkeda 6.20 3.80
1-Scotty-Chasio 3.80
Quin: $31.80
Exacta-$100.0; Trifecta-$307.60
Superfecta (7-4-1-5) $1723.00
EIGHTH-SINGLES, 7 PTS
2-J.Arriaga 14.40 5.00 3,60
3-Lopez 9.20 8.00
5-Leo 4.20"
Quin: $36.20
Exacta-$95.10; Trifecta-$736.00
NINTH-DBLS, 9 PTS
5-Egi-Enbil 8.00 3.80 3.20
2-Arregu.i ru 5.20 3.80
3-Arraga-lkeda 4.40
Quin: $27.20
Exacta-$86.10;Trifecta-$226.60
Superfecta 5-2-3-11050
10OTH--DBLS, 7 PTS
2-Egi-J.Arriaga 9.20 6.00 2.80
7-Bereikua-Lopez 14.80 6.40
3-Olate-lkeda 4.20
Quin: $46.20
Exacta-$176.70; Trfecta-$290.20
11TH-SINGLES, 7 PTS
6-Egi 10.80 7.20 4.20
4-Urkidl 5.80 4.20
3-Solozabal 3.20
Quin: $128.00
Exacta-$169.80 Trifecta-$429.40
12TH-DBLS, 9 PTS
4-Arregui-Lopez, 12.60 4.20 4.20
1-Egi-Larrea 5.60 5.00
3-Christophe-Hernandez 5.80
Quin: $27.00
Exacta-$78.00; Trifecta-$230.00
Daily Double-$121.50
Superfecta 4-1-3-21557.40
Pick 3 2-6-4 851.80
13TH-DBLS, 7 PTS
3-Diego-J.Arriaga 7.20 3.20 3.20
7-Egi-Cuvet 5.40 3.60
2-Urkidi-Lopez 3.60
Quin: $36.40
Exacta-$132.00; Trifecta-$268.40
Attendance-n/a; Handle-n/a





NFL PRO BOWL ROSTERS

NOTE: (x-starter);
(y-injured, will not play);
(z-injury replacement)
Pro Bowl to be played Sunday at
7:30 p.m. in Honolulu.
AFC OFFENSE
Wide Receivers: x-Marvin Harri-
son, Indianapolis; x-Chad Johnson,
Cincinnati; Andre Johnson, Houston;
Hines Ward, Pittsburgh; Tackles: x-
Jonathan Ogden, Baltimore; x-Willie
Roaf, Kansas City; Willie Anderson,
Cincinnati; Guards: x-Alan Faneca,
Pittsburgh; x-Will Shields, Kansas
City; Brian Waters, Kansas City; Cen-
ters: x-Kevin Mawae, New York Jets;
Jeff Hartings, Pittsburgh; Tight Ends:
x-Antonio Gates, San Diego; Tony
Gonzalez, Kansas City; Quarterbacks:
x-Peyton Manning, Indianapolis; Tom
Brady, New England; Drew Brees,
San Diego; Running Backs: x-Edger-
rin James, Indianapolis; Curtis Mar-
tin, New York Jets; LaDainian Tomlin-
son, San Diego; Fullback: x-Tony
Richardson, Kansas City.
AFC DEFENSE
Ends: x-John Abraham, New York
Jets; x-Dwight Freeney, Indianapolis;
Jason Taylor, Miami; Interior Line-
men: x-Richard Seymour, New Eng-
land; x-Marcus Stroud, Jacksonville;
Sam Adams, Buffalo; Outside Line-
backers: x-Takeo Spikes, Buffalo; x-
Terrell Suggs, Baltimore; Joey Por-
ter, Pittsburgh; Inside I.inebackers:
x-Ray Lewis, Baltimore; James Far-
rior, Pittsburgh; Cornerbacks: x-
Champ Bailey, Denver; xy-Chris
McAlister, Baltimore; Tory James,
Cincinnati; z-Patrick Surtain, Miami;
Strong Safety: x-Ed Reed, Baltimore;
Troy Polamulu, Pittsburgh; Free
Safeties: x-John Lynch, Denver.
AFC SPECIALISTS
Punter x-Shane Lechler, Oak-
land; Placekicker x-Adam Vinatleri,
New England; Kick Return Specialist:
x-Terrence McGee, Buffalo; Special
Teamer x-Larry Izzo, New England.
NFC OFFENSE
Wide Receivers: x-Muhsin Mu-
hammad, Carolina; x-Terrell Owens,
Philadelphia; Joe Horn, New Orleans;
Javbn.Walker, Green Bay; Tackles: x-
Walter Jones, Seattle; x-Orrlardo
Pace, St. Louis; Tra Thomas, Phila-
delphia; Guards: x-Larry Alien, Dal-
las; x-Marco Rivera, Green Bay;
Steve Hutchinson, Seattle; Centers:
x-Olin Kreutz, Chicago; Matt Birk,
Minnesota; Tight Ends: x-Alge Crum-
pier, Atlanta; Jason Witten, Dallas;
Quarterbacks: x-Donovan McNabb
Philadelphia; Daunte Culpepper, Min-
nesota; Michael Vick, Atlanta; Run-
ning Backs: x-Shaun Alexander, Seat-
tle; Ahman Green, Green Bay; Tiki
Barber, New York Giants; Fullback: x-
William Henderson, Green Bay.
NFC DEFENSE
Ends: Bertrand x-Berry, Arizona;
- x-Julius Peppers, Carolina; Patrick
Kerney, Atlanta; Interior Linemen x-
La'Roi Glover, Dallas; x-Kevin Wil-
liams, Minnesota; Shaun Rogers, De-
troit; Outside Unebackers: x-Keith
Brooking, Atlanta; x-Derrick Brooks,
Tampa Bay; Marcus Washington,
Washington; Inside Unebackers: x-
Dan Morgan, Carolina; Jeremiah
Trotter, Philadelphia; Cornerbacks:
x-Ronde Barber, Tampa Bay; x-Lito
Sheppard, Philadelphia; Dre' Bly, De-
troit; Strong Safety: x-Michael Lewis,
Philadelphia; Free Safety: x-Brian
Dawkins, Philadelphia; Roy Williams,
Dallas.

NFC SPECIALISTS
Punter: x-Mitch Berger, New Or-
leans; Placekicker x-David Akers,
Philadelphia; Kick Return Specialist
xy-Eddie Drummond, Detroit z-Allen
Rossum, Atlanta; Special Teamer x-
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SOUTH FLORIDA EVENTS
BASEBALL
BankUnited Marlins Caravan: FanFest, 10
a.m.-4 p.m., Dolphins Stadium, 2269 NW 199th
St., Miami-Dade. Annual weeklong event gives
fans the opportunity to meet Marlins players, ex-
ecutives and the Marlins Mermaids. Billy the Mar-
lin and the team's two World Series trophies will
be at select stops. free; 305-623-6479 or dhar-
ris@flamarlins.com
Florida Atlantic University: vs. Cincinnati, 2
p.m., FAU, 777 Glades Rd., Boca Raton; $7 adults,
$5 kids and seniors. 866-FAU-OWLS.
University of Miami: vs. South Florida, 7 p.m.,
Mark Light Field, corner of San Amaro and Ponce
de Leon Boulevard, Coral Gables; $7 adults, $5
youth and seniors. 800-GO-CANES.
PARIMUTUELS
Dania Jai-Alai: Noon and 7 p.m. (includes si-
mulcasting), 301 E. Dania Beach Blvd.;
954-920-1511; poker daily, noon to midnight, ex-
cept Mondays.
* Gulfstream Park: Live racing and simulcast-
ing, gates open 11:30 a.m., first post race 12:45
p.m., 901 S. Federal Hwy., Hallandale Beach; free
admission to grounds, $5 wagering pavilion tent,
$20 dining tent, $25 weekend dining tent. Free
parking, $5 valet parking. 954-454-7000 or
800-771-8873.
* Hollywood Greyhound: Live racing 12:05 p.m.
and 7:05 p.m., 831 N. Federal Hwy., Hallandale
Beach; free parking. 954-924-3200.
* Miami Jai-Alai: Noon and 7 p.m.; simulcasting
daily. 3500 NW 37th Ave., Miami; $1 general ad-
mission, $5 clubhouse; senior citizens free for
matinees; free parking until 7 p.m.
305-633-6400; for results, call 305-638-8072.
* Pompano Park Harness Track: First post 7:25
p.m., simulcasting.daily starting at noon, 1800
SW Third St., Atlantic Boulevard and Powerline
Road, Pompano Beach; free clubhouse and
grandstand admission; $1 preferred parking, $3
valet, free general parking. 954-972-2000,
ext. 1206 or www.pompanopark.com
* Simulcasting only: Flagler Greyhound Track
(305-649-3000).
RODEO
Seminole Tribal Fair and Rodeo: Bill Osceola
Memorial All Indian Rodeo, 7 p.m., Bergeron Ro-:
deo Grounds, 4271 Davie Rd., Davie; $12 adults,
$6 kids 6-11 and under, kids 5 and under free.
954-797-5582.
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round, USA Soccer vs. Nicaragua F.C., Peru vs.
Boynton Beach, Seleccion Colombia de Broward
vs. Team Venezuela, Haiti Young Stars vs. S.S.M.
Premier, Cafeteros vs. Universidad de Chile,
noon to 8 p.m., Ted Hendricks Stadium, 4800
Palm Ave., Hialeah; $5 adults, $2 kids under 5.
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MIAMI HEAT ALONZO MOURNING


ZO TIMELINE

JUNE 1992 Drafted in the
first round by the Charlotte
Hornets, second overall
behind Shaquille O'Neal,
after a splendid career at
Georgetown.
NOV. 3,1995 Traded with
Pete Myers and LeRon Ellis
to Miami for Glen Rice, Matt
Geiger, Khalid Reeves and a
first-round draft pick.
AUG. 10,1996 Signs a
seven-year, $105 million
contract with the Heat, the
richest deal for an athlete in
South Florida history.
MAY 18,1997 Mourning
collects 22 points, 12
rebounds and 4 blocked
shots complementing 38
points from Tim Hardaway -
to lead Miami to its most
significant win in franchise
history, a 101-90 victory
against the Knicks in Game
7 of the Eastern Conference
semifinals. The Chicago
Bulls went on to eliminate
Miami 4-1 in Eastern finals.
APRIL 30,1998 Mourning
and Knicks forward Larry
Johnson fight in the waning
moments of Game 4 of their
first-round playoff series at
Madison Square Garden.
Both players are suspended
and miss Game 5, which the
Knicks won three days later
98-81 in Miami.
MAY 16,1999 Mourning
scores 21 points, but the
Knicks beat the Heat 78-77
in Game 5 of their first-
round series, eliminating
Miami for the second year in
a row. Mourning wins
Defensive Player of the Year
honors and finishes second
in MVP balloting behind Karl
Malone.
MAY 21,2000 Mourning
delivers 29 points and 13
rebounds, but the Knicks
again eliminate the Heat
from the playoffs 83-82 in
Game 7 of the Eastern Con-
ference semifinals in Miami.
Mourning wins his second
straight Defensive Player of
the Year a ward and finishes
third in MVP balloting.
OCT. 7,2000 The Heat
announces that tests indi-
cate Mourning has a kidney,
disorder and will require
additional testing.
OCT. 16, 2000 Mourning
and his doctors announce
he is suffering from focal
glomerulosclerosis, which
- damages the kidney's ability
to filter waste. The Heat
says he will miss the season.
MARCH 27,2001 After
missing the first 69 games
of the season. Mourning
announces he is returning
for that night's game
against Toronto. He finishes
with nine points and six
rebounds in a 101-92 loss. He
goes on to play the final 12
games, plus the first-round
playoff series.
APRIL 27,2001 Mourn-
ing, clearly not the player he
once was, finishes with 12
points and nine rebounds in
a season-ending 94-79 loss
to Charlotte. The Hornets
sweep the series 3-0.
JAN. 16,2002 In his high-
est-scoring game of the
season, Mourning delivers
28 points in a 102-96 win at
the Lakers. He plays 75
games, but averages 15.7
points (his lowest for a full
season) as the Heat finishes
36-46.
SEPT. 13, 2002 The Heat
announces Mourning has
sustained a setback in his
battle with kidney disease
and will be out indefinitely.
Mourning would miss the
season and spend most
home games in a suite,
away from his teammates
because he did not want to
be a distraction..
JULY 2003 Heat presi-
dent Pat Riley offers Mourn-
ing a "lifetime" contract in"
which he would play one
season, likely for close to
the minimum salary, then go
year-to-year, with a job in
the front office promised
when he retires. Mourning
turns down the offer, saying
he wanted to sign with a
team where he would have
a better chance to win a
championship.
JULY 16, 2003 Mourning
signs a four-year, $22 mil-
lion contract with the Nets,
turning down offers from
Dallas and other teams.
NOV. 24,2003 Citing a
need for a kidney transplant,
Mourning retires from bas-
ketball.
OCTOBER, 2004 Mourn-
ing returns to the NBA with
the Nets and plays well in
November and early
December before being
slowed by hip, knee, hand
and leg problems.
DEC. 17,2004 New Jer-
sey trades Mourning, Aaron
Williams, Eric Williams and
two first-round draft picks
to Toronto for Vince Carter.


Mourning, though, is placed
on the NBA's injured list on
Dec. 27, and he never plays
for the Raptors.
BARRY JACKSON


FROM THE SP


WALTER MICHOT/HERALD STAFF
IN THIS THING TOGETHER: Alonzo Mourning, right, would bring his intensity and fire to the Heat, forming an intimidating tandem with Shaquille O'Neal.





Mourning wants back in Miami


*ALONZO MOURNING, FROM 7B

"I haven't talked to the
powers that be yet, but if they
welcome him, I'll welcome
him," said Heat center Sha-
quille O'Neal, who over the
years has had fierce on-court
battles with Mourning. "I
think he would make our team
stronger, bigger. A lot of peo-
ple think that two bull-headed
guys would cause a problem,
but you have to understand.
that when two bull-headed
guys are in the same [bull-
ring], it won't be a problem."
Mourning is almost certain
to clear waivers, with only
three teams having sufficient
salary-cap space available to
claim him (Charlotte, New
Jersey and Houston). And any


team that does would be obli-
gated to absorb the remaining
balance on Mourning's four-
year contract, which is about
$15 million.
If Mourning clears waivers,
the buyout believed to be
between $9 million and
$10 million would be paid.
It is at that point the Heat
is expected to step in with an
offer to sign Mourning for a
prorated portion of veteran
minimum. salary of $1.1 mil-
lion, a deal that would satisfy
both the player and franchise.
Heat president Pat Riley
issued a "no comment"
response through a spokes-
man, but the organization did
not issue a denial, either.
Mourning has repeatedly
voiced his desire to win an


NBA championship before his
career ends, and with the end
in sight, he apparently is tak-
ing the steps necessary to
position himself for that
opportunity. Plus, joining the
Heat would signal a change in
a frustrating series of events
for Mourning, who found
himself on a Nets team that
was revamping its roster
rather than moving closer to a
championship. And that was
before being traded to the
Raptors, who are in rebuild-
ing mode, too.
For the Heat, the potential
addition of the 12-year vet-
eran would solidify its front-
court with an imposing
defender who possesses shot-
blocking ability while giving
Miami a once-dominant


scorer who still has respect-
able offensive skills. If
healthy, Mourning could give
the Heat a considerable edge
in the Eastern Conference
race and might help even the
playing field in a potential
NBA Finals series against a
bigger Western opponent
such as San Antonio.
But before looking too far
ahead, it must be determined
what the Heat would be get-
ting in Mourning, who was.
deemed by Toronto to be
physically unfit to play long-
term for the team. Mourning
has played in just 18 games
this season because of a vari-
ety of aches and pains, includ-
ing soreness in his right hip,
right knee and right Achilles'
tendon. Plus, he has not been


the same player since he was
diagnosed with a kidney dis-
ease in 2000. Mourning
underwent a kidney trans-
plant in December 2003 and is
required to take antirejection
medication for life.
Mourning has not played
since Dec. 7 and has not prac-
ticed since the Dec. 17 trade
with Toronto. He has been
spending his time since then
at his home in Miami.
. Mourning averaged 10.4
points, 7.1 rebounds and 25.4
minutes in his stint with New
Jersey this season, but with
the Heat, he probably would
be needed only for spot duty.
Miami already has a set
power rotation and probably
would use Mourning in
a complementary fashion.


It's time for Zo to hang it up


PATRICK FARRELL/HERALD STAFF
NEED THOSE MUSCLES: Alonzo Mourning would bring size and
strength, which the Heat needs, at a relatively cheap rate.


eople who are closer to
Alonzo Mourning than
the sweat on his body
wish he would retire, and
they have hoped it for a long
time now. Loved ones. Those
who put the man before the
basketball player.
Now would be a good
time, the latest break-point
that might allow Zo a chance
to reflect and prioritize, to
listen to the voices so close
to him he could hear them as
a pleading whisper, if he
allowed himself.
Instead it looks as if
Mourning will re-up with the
Heat now, revive his NBA
career at age 35, and continue
to put his transplanted kid-
ney through rigors that
surely exceed the typical
post-op directive to "resume
normal activities."
Mowing the lawn? That's a
normal activity.
Fending off a violent crush
of 270-pound men swinging
hips and jabbing forearms
and elbows all over your
torso? Not a normal activity.
Zo is not listening, though,
except to his own fierce
desire to hang on to a basket-
ball career that is running
away from him but not
fast enough.
What grips him is under-
standable and poignant, but,
in its own way, selfish, too.
He cannot bear to let go, to
give this up, no matter what
loved ones wish. His wife,
Tracy, wants his playing days
over. Zo acknowledged that
earlier this season, saying she
is "not at all" content with his
not retiring.
"What she wants right
now is a husband home with
the kids," Mourning said.
"And rightfully so."
His former Georgetown
coach, wise old John Thomp-
son, also counseled Mourn-
ing to retire after his trans-
plant, and since.


"I told him that at this
point, I just think he needs to
pull away from it and enjoy
the rest of his life," Thomp-
son said. "That's with feeling
of affection for him."
BLINDED BY PRIDE
Mourning plows on stub-
bornly, blinded by pride. He
joins an exalted list of great
athletes across the timeline
who didn't know when to
quit, or how. Willie Mays,
Johnny Unitas, Muhammad
Ali, Rickey Henderson... it's
a long, sad parade. Except
Mourning's situation is
underpinned by his medical
condition. The issue isn't
deteriorating skills as much
as it is the effect continuing
to play may have on Zo's life.
His diagnosis of focal
glomerulosclerosis in Octo-
ber 2000 worsened to the
degree he required a kidney
transplant in December 2003.
Despite one rejection epi-
sode, his body appears to
have accepted the kidney.
His primary doctor, Gerald
Appel, signs off publicly on
his continuing to play and
that's sufficient for teams like
the Heat, who cannot be
blamed for putting team
needs above more humani-
tarian considerations.
You have to wonder,
though: Is it worth the risk?
A specially-designed
Fiberglass pad protects Zo's
donated kidney, which was
placed farther to the front of
his torso than is normal to
further help insulate it from
punishment. That alone -
the extraordinary measure of
surgically relocating a major
organ strongly suggests
that Zo's is hardly the most-


suitable occupation for the
long-term care and health of
a new kidney.
There also is a chance
focal glomerulosclerosis may
reappear in a transplanted
kidney, moreso if the donor
was a blood relative as in
Zo's case, with a cousin.
NO MORE TO PROVE.
Zo has been able to play in
only 118 of a possible 378
games since his diagnosis
4V2 seasons ago, and 75 of
those games came in one sea-
son, 2001-02.
He already has exceeded
the post-transplant output of
Sean Elliott, who played 71
games over two seasons after
his '99 kidney surgery. And
Zo plays center, a physically
pounding position.
He is doing all he can,
what his body will allow. Call
him courageous, if it's still
OK to use that word in a
sports context. Admire his
tenacity. Believe him when
he says he wants to inspire
kidney patients, when he
says, "I'm dedicating this sea-
son to all the transplant
patients and dialysis patients
who have gone through
things I went through."
But he has gone through
enough. Proved enough.
He should sign ceremoni-
ally with Miami, so that he
can immediately retire as a
member of the Heat. He
needs do no more not
another single point or
rebound or blocked shot -
to see his No. 33 jersey
retired with him, and hanging
in the bayside arena. Zo's
success in eight seasons in
Miami assures his place.
Now, it will require less
courage for him to press on
as it would for him to quit.
He has been listening to
his ego and pride.
It's time to listen to his
wife and his college coach.


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Senior Sports Reporter
THE St. Augustine's College
big Red Machines snapped the
Jordan Prince William Falcons'
two-year reign of the Bahamas
Association of Independent Sec-
ondary Schools' senior boys bas-
ketball championship crown.
The Big Red Machines rolled
past the Falcons 53-48 on Thurs-
day night at the Kendal Isaacs
Gymnasium to add the title to
their undefeated run through the
regular season as the pennant win-
ners.
Their only loss came in the first
game of the best-of-three series,
but SAC rallied back to sweep the
Falcons in the remaining two
games and celebrate with their
fans as they rocked to the deafen-
ing sound of junkanoo music.

Hungry
"Like I've been saying all year,
these guys were hungry. Whatev-
er I asked them to do, they sacri-
ficed, I didn't get any complaining
or back-talking," said SAC's
coach Reggie Forbes.
"I'm totally pleased with the
performance. I'm elated by the
way these young men played."
Frisco McKay played a fantastic
game, leading the way for the Big
Red Machines with a game high
21 points, including nine in the
fourth-quarter before he fouled
out.
McKay, who hit a jumper with
four minutes and 14 seconds left
to put SAC up 41-36 and then
canned a big three-pointer at 3:41
to extend their advantage to 44-38,
said the victory was long overdue.
"We started out slow, but we
knew we Could do it because we
~got the momentum from last
night," McKay stressed. "Once we
came back tonight, we knew that
we had to keep it going."
Congratulate
Nobody was more impressed
with McKay's performance than
Jordan Prince William's coach
Dexter Cambridge, who came into
SAC's locker room to congratu-
late the team and gave some inspi-
rational words to the player who
almost single-handedly defeated
his Falcons.
"I told him he was a good play-
er. He took over the game. That's
what seniors do," Cambridge
reflected. "The last five minutes of
the game, he took over for them.


"I told him if he hold his head,
he could go a long way. He just
have to hold his head in the game
of basketball."
During the team's celebrations
in their locker room, McKay was
presented with the game ball for
the manner in which he was able
to lead the team.
But when he made his exit,
coach Forbes turned to Leon
'ATM' Rahming and Javari
Southard to control the tempo of
the game.
"With me being the next leader
on the team, I stepped up and
made some key passes," said Rah-
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And how does it feel to
be champions?
"Right now, I can't
explain it. It's sweeter
than sweet," Rahming
admitted. "Since St. Fran-
cis/Joseph (when they
won seven years ago), I
can't explain this feeling
right now."
Southard, who joined
Jamal Knowles in scoring
seven points each, was
just as elated about their
victory.
"I prayed to the Lord,"
he stated. "We knew that
we had to step up and
play big and that is exact-
ly what we did. We are
just happy that we are
now the champions."
Bench
Even centre Davon
Munnings, who got
injured during the regu-
lar season, was there on
the bench lending his sup-
port. He was just as elat-
ed as everybody else dur-
ing the celebrations.
"It feels great. It feels
great. I've never won a
championship in my life,"
he declared. "My team-
mates stepped up when I
got injured and they took
my place. I'm just happy
to be a part of this team."
Enroute to pulling off
the win down the stretch,
SAC also got a jumper
from Colyn Thompson
(who finished with 5) and


Jeff Rodgers came
through with a lay-up.
Jordan Prince William,
who would come out fir-
ing on all cylinders as
they took a stunning 10-0
lead in the first quarter,
said the difference was
definitely in the last four
minutes.

Plan
"It was a well played
game. Those guys wanted
it more in the last four
minutes," coach Cam-
bridge pointed out. "I tip
my hat to SAC. They
came out and they stuck
to their game plan.
"We just stopped play-
ing in the last four min-
utes and they took
over. They're the cham-
pions."
Rashad McKenzie
would lead the Falcons'
charge with 14, Alexis
Thompson had seven,
Rashad Williams six and
Davard Martin and Niki-
to Edgecombe both
chipped in with four.
But it wasn't enough.
"We had a 3-2 defence
working for us, but we
stand up and watch them
play," Cambridge further
lamented. "We just got
too relaxed."
Jordan Prince Williams
led 14-10 after the first
quarter, 28-23 at the half
and 34-31 at the end of
the third. But it was SAC
that celebrated with the
victory at the end of the
game.


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hold an appreciation night for its sponsors in the New Prov-
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The Entertainers will play a double header against the
I Sunshine Auto Giants on Saturday night at the Kendal Isaacs
Gymnasium. Both games are expected to be carried live on
Channel 12, according to Entertainers' head coach Wayde
Watson.
Watson further revealed that during the game, the Enter-
tainers' ball club will honour Anthony Butler and John
Gomez of Cable Bahamas for their sponsorship.
Free popcorn and soda will be given to all children present.
The re will also be a number of prizes that will be given away
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USA FAILURE Stabler's daughter witnesses a hor- "Asunder" A police officer is accused Benson and Stabler take over a
rific crime scene. A (CC) of raping his wife. (CC) search for a runaway girl;
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WPIX 11I(1982) Kotter Arnold George is chal- The Fight of the boxer challenges Edition With Peter Thorne and
Burgess Meredith challenges bully. lenged to box. Felix" Tony Mary Murphy (CC)
Jeopardy! (CC) *** THE FUGITIVE (1993, Drama) Harrison Ford, Tommy Lee Jones, Sela Ward. An in- Star Trek: Enter-
WSBK nocent man must evade the law as he pursues a killer, prise "The Ae-
nar" A(CC)

(6:15) ** NA- *** LACKAWANNA BLUES (2005, Drama) S. (:45) Carnivale "Creed, OK" Dolan pushes Justin to
HBO-E TIONAL SECU- Epatha Merkerson. Premiere. A woman takes care of a make a difficult decision. (CC)
RITY (2003) 0 boy and helps struggling blacks. n 'NR' (CC)
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( :15) *** THE RUNDOWN (2003, Adventure) The (:15)** NATIONAL SECURITY (2003, Comedy) Martin Lawrence,
HBO-W Rock, Seann William Scott. A bounty hunter must find Steve Zahn, Colm Feore. Two feuding security guards go after murderous
his boss's son in the Amazon. 0 'PG-13' (CC) thieves. n 'PG-13' (CC),
(:00)* ** ANYTHING ELSE (2003, Romance-Come- *** MY BIG FAT GREEK WEDDING (2002, Come- (:45) Chaperone
HBO-S dy) Woody Allen, Jason Biggs. A writer has problems dy) Nia Vardalos. The daughter of traditional Greeks is 0 (CC)
his girlfriend and a teacher. 'R' (CC) engaged to a WASP. 0 'PG' (CC)
(:00) ** EUROTRIP (2004, Comn- **' PHONE BOOTH (2002, Suspense) Colin Far- *** LOVE ACTUALLY (2003)
MAX-E edy) Scott Mechlowicz, Michelle rell, Kiefer Sutherland. A sniper traps an arrogant publi- Alan Rickman. Various people deal
__Trachtenberg. n 'NR' (CC) cist in a phone booth. ( 'R' (CC) with relationships in London.
(:00) *** TERMINATOR 3: RISE OF THE MA- * GOTHIKA (2003, Horror) Halle Berry, Robert (:40) Thrills A re-
MOMAX CHINES (2003) Arnold Schwarzenegger. A cyborg pro- Downey Jr., Charles S. Dutton. Strange events plague porter makes a
tects John Connor from a superior model. 'R'. a confined psychologist. 0 'R' (CC) discovery. ,0
(6:00) *% THE ** SUCKER FREE CITY (2004, Drama) Ben Crowley, Ken Leung, * BARBERSHOP 2: BACK IN
SHOW QUICK AND THE Anthony Mackie. iTV Premiere. The lives of three young men intersect in BUSINESS (2004, Comedy) Ice
DEAD San Francisco. 0 'NR' (CC) Cube. iTV. A'PG-13' (CC)
(6:00) ** ** STARSHIP TROOPERS (.1997, Science Fiction) Casper Van (:15) *, BARB WIRE (1996, Ad-
TMC SPECIES (1995) Dien, Dina Meyer, Denise Richards. Young soldiers battle a vicious army venture) Pamela Anderson Lee,
Ben Kingsley. of gigantic bugs. A 'R' (CC) Temuera Morrison. 0 'R' (CC)


SUNDAY EVENING FEBRUARY 13, 2005

7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30 10:00 10:30

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S WPBT Lawrence Welk male orangutan at Camp Leakey in suspicious of the baron's relationship with Felicity. (N)tor s-
Show Indonesia. (N) A (CC) (DVS) n (Part 4 of 5) (CC) (DVS) terill
00) 60 Minutes The 47th Annual Grammy Awards Festivities honor excellence in the recording industry, at the Staples Cen-
O WFOR (N) (CC) ter in Los Angeles; Jennifer Lopez, Marc Anthony, Kanye West, U2, Green Day, Alicia Keys and Tim McGraw
are scheduled.to perform; a tribute to Ray Charles; Queen Latifah hosts. (Live) 0 (CC)
(:00) Dateline Law & Order: Criminal Intent "lll- Law & Order: Criminal Intent Crossing Jordan "You Really Got
S WTVJ BC "Dateline's Bred" A veterinarian is murdered on "Stress Position" (N) A (CC) Me" (N) A (CC)
Diet Challenge" a horse farm. A (CC)
Malcolm in the The Simpsons Arrested Devel- Family Guy The Simpsons News (CC)
B WSVN Middle Women's Bart fakes his opment "Ready Chris discovers Canadian pre-
rights. (N) own kidnapping. Aim Marry Me" his roots. (CC) scription.
(:00) Extreme Extreme Makeover: Home Edition Desperate Housewives "Love Is in (02) Boston Legal "1il We Meat
S WPLG Makeover: Two Colorado families will live in a the Air" (N) 0 (CC) gain" (N) A (CC)
Home Edition ranch-style duplex. (N)

(:00) Caesars WINDTALKERS (2002, Action) Nicolas Cage, Adam Beach, Peter Stormare. A troubled Marine must pro-
A&E 247 (CC) tect a Navajo code talker. (CC)
Extra Time BBC World Top Gear BBC World Dateline London BBC World Asia Today
BBCW News News News

BET (5:30) BET's Weekend Inspiration
C:27 Venture (N) Miss Marple "Murder at the Vicarage" Jane Marple believes Col. CBC News: Sunday Night (CC)
SCCProtheroe's killer is still on the loose despite two confessions. (CC)
S The Chris Matt- Topic A With Tina Brown Cate Dennis Miller Cover to Cover Host Liz Claman.
hews Show Blanchett. (N) ________________________
(: Peopljn CNN 25 Important moments in Larry King Live CNN Prime Cuts
NN the News health and medicine.
BLUE COLLAR BLUE COLLAR COMEDY TOUR RIDES AGAIN (2004, Documentary) Premiere. Comics BLUE COLLAR
COM COMEDY TOUR Bill Engvall, Jeff Foxworthy and others perform. (CC) COMEDY TOUR
RIDESAGAIN
O T Power, Privilege Cops "Coast to Cops Coastto Cops "Coast to Cops "Coast to The Investigators Phone records
COURT & Justice Coast" ( (CC) Coast" ( (CC) Coast" (CC) Coast" (CC) leadto a killer.
That's So Raven ** 102 DALMATIANS (2000, Adventure) Glenn Close, loan Gruffudd, Uzzie McGuire Phil of the Fu-
DISN The Big Buzz" Alice Evans. Cruella De Vil has designs on another puppy-skin coat.'G' Lizzie's first ture"Your
(CC) (CC) boyfriend. (CC) Cheatin' Heart"
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DIY niques bies sic Movies
DW In Focus TheJournal Kultur.21 Journal: The Euromaxx The Journal Im Focus (In
DW Week German)
E! Red Carpet: 50 Hottest Vegas Moments The most memorable people and events in The Entertainer The contestants
2005 Grammy Las Vegas. perform lounge acts. (N)
ESPN (:28) NFL Football AFC-NFC Pro Bowl; From Aloha Stadium in Honolulu. (Live)
P I (6:30) Figure Skating European Date With Anna Cowboys Cheer-Ms. Bikini Cal- SportsCenter- International Edi-
ESPNI Championships. Kournikova leader endar tion (Live)
EWTN Father Father Corapi and the Catechism G.K. Cheserton: The Holy Rosary EWTNLive
WTN Groeschel of the Catholic Church The Apostle
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FOX NC (:00) Fox Report War Stories With Oliver North Breaking Point The United Nation's At Large With Geraldo Rivera
FOX-NC Oil for Food Scandal. (Live)
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FSNFL SAPOpen Track (N)
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GOLF sery Special Africa.
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HALL lie Martin, Clarence Williams III. An amateur sleuth's quette, Marta DuBois, Matt Lutz. An attomey defends a hitchhiker ac-
friend meets a mysterious end. (CC) cused of murder. (CC)
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HGTV "Brighton" star Challenge Over Till t's Living and Dining Room" (CC) Through It" n
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KTLA THEFLIES Valentine n AboutYou 0 Jack surprises Grace and Tom in a health keeps him rom competing in
(1990) (CC) (CC) compromising situation. (CC) a local surfing competition. A
** CATCH A FALLING STAR (2000, Romance) Sela Stron Medicine Andy treats a pa- Missing "One Night Stand Jess
LIFE Ward, John Slattery. A spoiled actress tries a life with- tient wo is critically injured from and Nicole searchfor a missing
out fame's trappings. (CC) fall ig in a ravine. (CC) woman. (CC)
MSNBC :00)MSNBCN BC BC dventurer "Street Dogs; MSNBC Reports Detectives defend Meet the Press (CC)
MSNBC Adventurer Top Dogs" I:convicts. (N)
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TBS LESS IN SEAT- ter business rivals conduct an online love affair. (CC) GOT MAIL
TLE (CC) (1998) (CC)
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TLC Spaces: Family Skylark?. heart" The team tricks out a 1970 bus A380 coming Together" The
(N) Camaro. world's largest airliner.
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TNT OF WAR (2000) Perlman. A vampire hunter unites with his prey against a new threat. Wesley Snipes, Kris Kristofferson,
Wesley Snipes. Ron Perman.
TOON Hi Puffy Ami Totally Spies Atomic Betty Cartoon Cartoon's Greatest Hits Teen Titans Duck Dodgers
STOON Yumi ._ ____
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*r *A SIX DAYS, ** THE FIRST WIVES CLUB (1996, Comedy) Goldie Hawn, Bette Monk Monk discovers a traffic jam
USA SEVEN NIGHTS Midler, Diane Keaton. Three women take revenge after their husbands has been caused by the murder of
(1998) dump them, (CC) an environmentalist. (CC)
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pet Moments ments Moments 20-1. 0 0 (CC) .
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WGN ment n (CC) Baldwin. An herbalist sparks a woman's joumey toward self-discovery. 0 Nine 0 (CC) play A (CC)
(CC)
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WPIX land"Big Waves" (CC) lenge (N) 0 (CC) Edition With Peter Thorne and
n (CC)W C) Mary Murphy (CC) "
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WSB K A birthday party The team investigates the death of "Anatomy of a Lye" A corpse is Week
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THEIR OWN 0 cated. (CC )(CC friend. (N) 0 (CC) TIONS (2003)
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biker for murder.'PG-13'(CC)
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H BO-S George Clooney. A successful attorney matches wits Panettiere. A family man announces that he wants a sex-change opera-
with a gold digger. 0 'PG-13' (CC) tion. ( (CC)
(:45) **A PHENOMENON (1996 Drama) John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker. *** FACE/OFF (1997) John Tra-
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terrorist switch identities.'R'
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with relationships in London. 0 'R' (CC) honeymoon in Europe. A 'PG-13' (CC) ALL NIGHT
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