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Guantanamo Bay, Cuba


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper --


Monday, March 3, 1986


NicaraguanIconflict at 'decisive moment"


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T) -- President Reagan is #naling an all-out push to
rtify the Nicaraguan
insurgents and their armed struggle with $100 million in U.S. aid.
Reagan plans to meet with Nicaraguan rebel leaders at the White House today. Aides say he is considering a
nationally broadcast address to persuade the public and
lawmakers of the need for the aid.


Convinced the conflict in
Nicaragua has reached a "decisive mment,"; Reagan plans to lobby lawmakers in private and argue his case in public. Senior presidential aides approved the intensive drive for aid to the Contras during the weekend. Reagan is expected to seize on American involvement in the recent downfall of Philippine
President Marcos to argue that increased U.S. pressure


could help topple the Marxist-led Sandinista regime in Nicaragua.
Secretary of State George Shultz has been assigned a major role in the campaign
for Contra aid. In prepared remarks to a Veterans of Foreign Wars conference
today, Shultz accused Sandinista rulers of threatening the popularly elected government in
neighboring countries.


Few clues in prime minister's murder


(UPI) --Police in Stockholm, Sweden, say the investigation
o Friday's murder of Prime S ister Olof Palme may be a long and painstaking one.
Police Commissioner Hans Holmer says the difficult case is like "assembling a puzzle with very small pieces."
There apparently are not very many of those pieces, either. The only hard evidence collected in three days of investigation is two copper-tipped bullets, probably from a U.S. made Smith and Wesson revolver. In addition, several witnesses described the assassin as a dark-haired man in his 30s or 40s who carried
a small handbag. The latest 0s of a terrorist group Timing responsibility for
the assassination comes from


Bonn. A Swedish diplomat says a West German terrorist
group, the Red Army Faction, called him the night of the murder to claim the killing.
A team of 120 officers has


been assigned to the case.
Police say bodyguards have been assigned to the acting premier and other leading politicians, a precaution Palme preferred not to take.


Aquino target of protests


(UPI) New Philippine President Corazon Aquino is accustomed to being the leader of protests. Today,
for the first time, she was the target of demonstrations.
Thousands of people gathered in Manila and seven other cities for protests sparked by reports that Aquino plans to replace
provincial govenors and city mayors with presidential appointees.
The protests were called by mayors affiliated with ousted


President Ferdinand Marcos. The mayors fear they will be ousted and replaced by Aquino appointees when their terms expire March 23.
The demonstrators carried placards demanding, "Is this freedom or a new
dictatorship."
A Roman Catholic Churchbacked newspaper, Veritas,
also expressed concern today that Aquino's administration may be, "Manifesting dictatorial tendencies."


Militants launch strike in Northern Ireland


(AP) -- There is a new chapter in an ancient conflict today in Northern
Ireland.
Protestant militants have launched a 24-hour general strike that one leader predicts will bring about, as he puts it, "chaos, the more the better."
The strike is aimed at forcing an end to a recent agreement between Britain and the Irish Republic concerning


British-ruled Northern
Ireland. The pact gives the Irish Republic the right to intervene with Britain, in an
advisory capacity, on behalf of the Roman Catholic minority in Northern Ireland.
Protestants outnumber Catholics by a ratio of about. two-to-one in Northern
Ireland, and have long been accused of discriminating against Catholics politically and economically. Catholics


are in the majority in the Irish Republic.
Today Protestants have set up roadblocks at power stations, picketed industrial plants, intercepted several buses and halted some
traffic.
Britain has sent several
hundred additional troops to Northern Ireland to help keep roads open and transportation running during the strike.


Around the globe


Cardinal Asks For Prayers (UPI) - The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Nicaragua asked worshippers to pray for him during an outdoor mass celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the opposition newspaper, La Prensa. Nicaragua's foreign minister sharply critic-zed C-rdinal Miguel Obando Y Bravo, Friday. The cardinal called La Prensa "the voice for those who have no voice," and urged the government to end press censorship.

Texas Celebrates Independence -- More than 3,000 flag-waving people visited the Alamo in San Antonio yesterday to celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of Texan independence from Mexico. Vice-President Bush told the crowd, "what a great day to be a Texan." San Antonio's celebration of the Texas sesquicentennial began Saturday night, with hundreds eating red-hot chili and dancing to Texas fiddle music. The sesquicentennial wagon train, which has been trekking across Texas for two months, stopped in front of the Alamo early yesterday before moving on.

Snake Head Found (UPI) - A Webster, N.Y., woman says she found a snake's head in a package of Birds Eye frozen peas while cooking dinner last week. Margie Kloosterman says she plans to call the state health officials today to report the incident.

Trees Donated To Country (UPI) -- The private organization, The Tree People, says it will send hundreds of almond and pomegranate trees to Cameroon, a west African country suffering after a drought. The announcement was made by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley
duri-ng--a welcome ceremony for Cameroon President Paul Biya.

Astronauts Meet Reporters (UPI) -- A group of four astronauts is to meet with reporters today at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. It is the first time any of the astronauts will discuss the tragedy since the Challenger explosion last month.

Pentagon Wants To Curtail Smoking (UPI) -- A study indicates more than half of the people in the armed forces smoke, in contrast to 35 percent of the civilian population. Pentagon health officials are reported wanting to curtail cigarette sales and smoking on military bases.

Navratilova's Gun Confiscated (UPI) -- A metal detector at San Francisco's airport found a gun in tennis star Martina Navratilova's luggage. Officials confiscated the gun. Navratilova says the gun usually goes in luggage she checks, but accidentally ended up in a carry-on bag.

Cold Front Hits Florida - A cold front moved out of northern Florida without damaging the citrus crop. Near-freezing temperatures for a second straight night is threatening the strawberries in Plant City, which bills itself as the strawberry capital of the world.




W&LENews of the bay




Report Of Captain's Mast - On February 28, Captain's Mast was held at U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The result was one E-4 was found guilty of violation of UCMJ, Article 112a for wrongfully using marijuana, and was awarded reduction to E-3.

Lyceum Closing - McCalla Lyceum is closed today until Saturday, March 8, due to maintenance on the screen.


Inside


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Safety Poster Contest Announced Superior Performance Award Training With Fleet Training Group Big Ten Race Is Tight Guiterrez Erratic?


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tHe


Smokers Anonymous -- Smokers Anonymous Group meets
tonight, 8 p.m., in the education and training
classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit smoking,
are trying to quit, or want to quit, come and join
others with the same goals. It is free and open to the
public. For more information, call Lt. Chris Laurent,
3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH.

Country Ephire Band -- The band "Country Enphire"
will appear at the Clipper Club tonight, 7 - 11 p.m.

Fleet Training Group Spouse Meeting -- There will be a meeting for all FTG spouses with Commodore
Russell tonight, 7 p.m., in the FTG auditorium. All spouses are invited to attend. For more information,
call Harriet James, 3584 AWH, or Karen Head, 3730 AWH.

Pre-Natal Class -- The Red Cross will be holding a
Pre-Natal Class tomorrow, March 4, 6, 11, and 13, 7 - 9
p.m., at the Naval Hospital. You must be at least six months pregnant and due before June. For registration
and information, call Red Cross, 2234, or 4676.

Game Warden Meeting -- There is a mandatory Game
Warden meeting tomorrow, March 4, 7 p.m., in the
COMNAVBASE conference room.
Read-At-Home -- The Read-at-Home forms are due
tomorrow, March 4. The forms will be collected from
each teacher. Only these who are absent tomorrow, will
be accepted after that.

GTKO Little Theatre -- The GTMO Little Theatre
holds its monthly meeting tomorrow, March 4, 7 p.m., at
the W.T. Sampson School Amphi-Theatre.

Pwoc Meeting -- The FW(XC general meeting will be
held Wednesday, March 5, 7 p.m., at Suzan Jones' home,
DP 1105. Come for an evening that will help prepare you
for the Easter season with slides from the Holy Land.
Charles Campbell will provide music with his Scottish bagpipes. See you there, and bring a friend. For more
information, call Judy, 4276.

Fire Wardens Training Class -- There will be a
Fire Wardens training class, Thursday, March 6, 9 - 10
a.m., in the NAS Training Room, covering fire drill
procedures.
Navy Exchange -- The NEX income tax service will be
provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for
Windward side people. Appointments may be made by
calling 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is March 5 - 12, located in the Mini Mart Annex. Appointments may be made by calling 6425. This
service is provided on a fee basis.

Navy Exchange -- When the blue light flashes in your
Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great
savings waiting for you. Stop and check it out! This
might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the
blue light special, any and all merchandise are
potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time
the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain
check, nor can these items be put on layaway.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that the Ford
dealer will on base March 21 - 31.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX's car rental phone number
is 2822.






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-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Crdon, USN................miiander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt Qrdr. Rick Fischer, USN...........Public Affairs Officer
J01 StaceyByington............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Neil Guillebeau,USN........................Mnaing Editor
J03 Teri Thmas, UM............................. Assistant Editor
Mrs. Diane Amneman ..................................... Secretary
Mrs. Am-Elizabeth Efimoff-...................Production Assistant
Nathan nrbin...... .................Student Staff Assistant
arbara Martinez.......Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremain................ ............Reservist Support
PH2 Stephan Atkinson.......................Reservist Suort
The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship ad station .,pa rs, under the direction of the plic affairs officer. he EilyGasette is printed five times a WEk at governent eense on government equipent, at the Navy Publications and Pri ti S rvice Branch Office. The opinions and statements that ape.r herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official vieks of the Navy enpartbent or Omnaier, U.S. Naval Base.


Safety poster contest underway through April 1


The Occupational Safety and
Health Non-Supervisory Safety Committee is sponsoring a base wide safety poster contest for school-aged children. There will be 12 winners, three in each of the following age groups: Kindergarten through third grade, fourth grade through
sixth grade, seventh grade through eighth grade, and ninth grade through twelfth grade.
The 12 winning posters will
become our official posters for the next 12 months and will be used in all work centers throughout the base.
Suggested categories are
water safety, safety in the


home, safety in the school and safety at work.
The contests rules are:
Entry must be the child's original work, but parents must offer ideas and supervison, with one entry per child.
Entry must be not smaller than eight-and-one-half inches by 11 inches, or larger than 22 inches by 34 inches, on unlined paper. All entries must be turned in to the Occupational Safety and Health Office, Bldg. 13, or the school office by the close of business Tuesday, April 1. The child's name, age, and grade must appear on the front of the entry in the


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AUTOS
'69 Cougar, $700 neg. Inspection good until September. For more information, call James at 6029 anytime after 7 p.m.
......................
'72 Chevy Impala, 400 V-8 engine, definite GTMO special, but very dependable. Good tires, $300 or best offer. Inspection good until October. Available March 11.
Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH.

AUTO PARTS
'64 Plymouth Valiant for parts, $200. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH.

PET
A beautiful, house trained, fixed , very obedient three-year-old dog, Terrier/Dalmation mix with current shots. Free to a loving home with older children. Comes complete with dog carrier for when you
leave. For more information, call Mark at 3407 AT or 4600 DWH.


TWO WHEELERS
'81 Honda 70cc, red and white, good condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking $400 or best offer. Call EN3 Hizon at BEQ Room C204.
EXERCISE
Home gym converts from rowing
machine to multi-gym by tilting entire unit 90 degrees. Like new, used five times, $125. Call 2981 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. only.
FURNITURE
One black vinyl recliner, like new, $125. Call 3929 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One 18,500 BTU w/energy saver, 220 volts, good
condition, 1981 model, $200. Call AK3 Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH.

Two Whirlpool a/c's. Both 1 1/2 years old and in good condition. One 10,000 BTU and one 12,000 BTU, $400 for both. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH.


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Superior Performance -- Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff receives a congratulatory hand shake from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, following a sustained superior performance award. Ann works for the Daily Gazette. Tomorrow, more recognition. (Photo by PH2 Stephan Atkinson).


bottom right hand corner.
All entries become the property of the Occupational Safety and Health NonSupervisory Safety Committee. The winning posters may be
touched up before being sent out for printing.
The three awards for each age group are $50 savings
bond, dinner for child and parents, choice of two hours of free barrel boat rental or one hour's free use of a bowling lane.
Special thank yous g
the following departmeW clubs, or individuals: Officers' Wives' Club, Master
Dive Instructor Keith Mattson, Reef Raiders Club, Base Clubs System, Blue Caribe, and Recreation Services.



PWD duty people

for critical or

emergency help

By UTC Bob Zulick

The Public Works duty section is in place provide after work ho support to the Naval Base#
visiting ships. This support is generally limited to emergency or critical situations where delay until
the next workday would compound the problem or cause undue personnel hardship.
A trend has developed that results in many people assuming that the PWD duty section is simply a continuation of the normal
workday. This is not the case. The duty section is only staffed large enough to respond to emergency type situations. Obviously, the
more time spent on nonemergency problems, the less effective the response to emergencies will be. Because of this concern, the duty
section has been instructed to minimize after hours response to trouble calls that can legitimately wait until the next workday.
If you need to submit a trouble call that is not an emergency, please submit it to the PWD Housing or Maintenance Control Trouble Desk, during normal working
hours, 7 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.f the trouble call is emergency, please do
hesitate to notify the PWD duty section.



WANTED
Let's play Mah Jongg. It's challenging and much more fun
than bridge. If you are a dedicated game enthusiast, give me a call. If you don't know how to play, I will teach you. Call April at 3183 AT.


I would like an every Wednesday babysitter from noon to 4 p.m. fory six-month-old baby two-year-old son. Please 3407 AT.

SERVICES
I will prepare egg rolls. Hot
and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m.

Moving soon? It can be a
stressful time. Let us help take some of the stress out of this move. We clean houses for final inspection. Give us a call for details. Call
Joyce at 3620 or Shirley at 2603.









"Oscar"


TRAINING WITH FTG

Story and photos by JO 1 Stacey Byington


Getting range and bearings on "Oscar


I was fortunate to be aboard the USS Sumter (LST-Il81) for a ship trip to Jamaica over the three-day weekend, Feb. 14-17. The trip was not just for fun. Riding along with myself and 60 plus military and civilians from
Guantanamo going to Jamaica for R and R were five riders from FleetTraining Group (FLETRAGRU), otherwise known as "FTG". This was a working trip for them, and for the officers and crew of Sunter. FTG's mission is to conduct underway training of units assigned to the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Coast Guard and friendly international navies. This training is geared toward increasing operational readiness. FTG also exercises operational control over all units, surface, subsurface and air, assigned for training to Guantanamo, and coordinates scheduling of fleet operating areas.
Capt. Earl Russell, Commander of TG, says FTG is the only activity in the Atlantic Fleet which provides underway refresher training to ships.
He also adds, "Of necessity, FTG Guantanamo has an assigned staff of


senior enlisted and officer instructors, who are skilled in all aspects of modern warfare and technology. They collectively represent the completeness that insures the crews and ships blend
together into warships ready to carry out all assigned tasks."
Whi , le- tI was abod 6Sumter, training included man overboard, general quarters and abandon ship drills. In addition to grading exercises, FTG riders also hold mini-classes, a question and answer period about the drills conducted
to ascertain how much the ship crews know about the subject being drilled.
Cmdr. Stephen Ries, Commanding Officer of USS Sumter, says that training with the FTG instructors has been an "outstanding experience for the entire ship."
He also added, "We have quite a number of new recruits that are getting their first exposure to how things are done in the Navy and aboard ship. The FTG instructors are showing them just that.
"FTG is aiding us in creating a team training concept, so that once we leave here, we can do it for ourselves."


r i instructor IMTI nomas Rooney


Signalman preparing tlags


Daily Gazette Monday, March 3, 1986











Indiana slips into first-place tie


(AP) -- Like an old-fashioned tournament to determine who baseball race, the Big Ten gets an automatic berth in decides its "pennant winner" the NAA basketball playoffs. based on regular-season play. This year, the Big Ten There is no end-of-season figures will go down to the


Knox earns spot on PGA tour

by capturing lionda Classic title

(AP) - Kenny Knox won a lot Make it two straight LPGA more than the Honda Golf victories for Mary Beth Classic yesterday. The one- Zimmerman, who birdied the shot victory in Windy Coral final three to grab the Springs, Fla., also gave the Uniden Invitational from a 29-year-old pro a regular staggering Laura Baugh. spot on the PGA tour an. Zimmerman needed a five-foot automatic invitation to putt on the eighteenth green events such as the Masters and finished the Costa Mesa, and the Tournament Players Calif. Tournament at Championship. 7-under-par 281, one stroke A qualifier entering the better than Baugh and Pat Honda Classic, Knox finished Bradley. at 1-under-par 287, just The 30-year-old Baugh, in ahead to Clarence Rose, Andy search of her first career Bean, Jodie Mudd, and John win, began the day four shots
Mahaffey, who had 288s. The ahead. She bogeyed 14, 15, long-awaited victory gave and 17 to give Zimmerman her Knox $90,000, close to twice chance. Zimmerman captured his total winnings in four the Phoenix Tournament last years on the PGA tour. weekend.

.Celts beat Pistons 129-109,

Bucks fall to Bullets 125-104,

Pacers coast' t'- v ictory

(AP) -- The Boston Celtics Milwaukee's lO-game victory got hot in the second half string when the Bucks fell to against pesky Detroit and the Washington Bullets went on to beat the Pistons 125-104. Cliff Robinson paced 129-109. The clubs exchanged the Bullets with 27 points. leads 30 times before the Indiana bolted to a 28Celts took command late in point lead in the second the period, and then put the period and coasted to a game away with a 16-0 run in 129-112 win over the Los the final period. Boston's Angeles Clippers. Herb victory snapped a 10-game Williams totaled 24 points winning streak for Detroit. for the Pacers.


The Underwater World -- This is the second in our series of photographs exploring the underwater. Pictured above is coral located deep in our Guantanamo Bay waters. (Photo by AFAW: Diving Team)


final weekend. Yesterday, sixteenth-ranked Indiana slipped into a first-place
tie by downing Iowa 80-73. Steve Alford pumped in 25 points for the Hoosiers, who share a 12-4 conference
record with tenth-ranked and idle Michigan.
Meantime, number-17
Michigan State kept the heat on the leaders. An 84-71 win over Wisconsin lifted the
Spartans to 11-5 in the league, and one game behind Michigan and Indiana.
All three contenders
two games remaining, with Michigan State entertaining Indiana Wednesday and
Michigan hosting Ohio State Thursday. The season ends Saturday when Indiana travels to Michigan and Michigan State is home to Ohio State.
For the first time in two decades, the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title belongs only to Duke,
no one else. The top-ranked Blue Devils got 27 points from David Henderson in beating number-three North Carolina 82-74 yesterday.
Carolina enters the ACC Tournament Friday having lost
three of its last four. takes the court in GreensW
with the top seed.
Also in the ACC, yesterday, fourth-rated Georgia Tech stopped Clemson 74-63. John Salley scored 20 points to go with 16 from Mark Price.
In a Metro Conference
battle, Milt Wagner's two free throws, with one second remaining, lifted number-13 Louisville over seventhranked Memphis State 70-69.


The Sportsman

By Charles Morey


The computer has finally found its way into the world of sports, not just for
keeping records, but as an electronic coach.
Somebody has invented a computer which allegedly can. straighten out your golf swing. That can open the door to some unusual scenes.
The big pros may rush to the computer room after a bad round, instead of the practice tee or putting green.
It also can spread. Pro teams in other sports use computers now to keep track
of what their players are doing. They are not expert
enough to inform a pitcher what he is doing wrong or giving a hitter batting tips.

Suppose an electronic genius invents a computer that can do those things. Baseball games may be decided in the clubhouse before the first ball is thrown.
The same applies to football. Is it too far.fetched to imagine a Rose Bowl game sometime in the future with MIT opposing Cal-Tech in a battle of computer gridirons?
There is the inevitable hitch, of course. Computers do break down and sometimes
are subject to the vagaries of weather, not to mention shorted circuits.
A computerized World Series could reach the crucial stage in the bottom of the ninth with the score tied, two out and the bases loaded. At that
stage the computer blows its fuse, and human beings have to substitute for it. The viewing audience is almost

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certain to ask, "Human beings? What are they doing playing baseball?"

The National Football
League draft of college players is still eight weeks off, but already the guessing
game is under way on the top pick.
The pick belongs to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have not tipped their hand in
any way as to what they will do. There are several reasons for that. One, they have a
dismal record, of top draft choices. Two, nobody knows which way Bo Jackson, the star Auburn runner, will go. Three, the Bucs may be thinking of trading the number-one selection to get some much-needed defensive help.
Glancing at their last 10 number-one choices, you find only two names still on the active roster. They have had the overall number-one pick
four times.
Still with Tampa Bay are guard Sean Farrell, number one in 1982, and defensive end Ron Holmes, the top choice last year. They did have great initial choice in 1976, defensive end-Lee Roy
Selmon. Selmon missed all of 1985 with a back injury, and nobody knows if he will ever play again.
The coach of the
Buccaneers, Leeman Bennett, is high on Jackson. He would love to see Bo lining up as a running mate for the versatile James Wilder in the
Tampa Bay backfield.
The Bucs have been working Wilder hard in a single-back

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formation, and Bennett
intends to change that, whether or not he gets Jackson.
An interested observer of the Tampa dilemma is George Young, the general manager of
the New York Giants. It is not that Young thinks he has much chance of trading for Tampa Bay's top pick, he is just a spectator.
Young says everybody who has the top pick goes through
the same routine before the draft. To paraphrase the late
Jimmy Durante, it is a case of "Did you ever have a feeling that you wanted him to go, and then you had a feeling that you wanted him to stay?"
Top picks are frequently shopped around to see how much market value they have.
It does not happen often, but, now and then, a trade is made.
Young thinks Jackson will choose football. He points out that, in the past, when college athletes with great
records in both baseball and football have been faced with a decision, they usually have gone for football.
One exception, of course, was Kirk Gibson, the swaggering power hitter of the
Detriot Tigers. Kirk was a nifty wide receiver in
college, but turned down the pro football people.
John Elway, the Denver quarterback, tested the baseball waters and turned to
football. Brad Van Pelt did not even go that far. He
picked football, first with Giants, and now with the
Raiders.


Guiterrez erratic?

(UPI) -- The Boston Red Baltimore. Just for the
Sox reportedly are claim- record, Guiterrez made 15
ing they saw nothing errors in his last 12
erratic in the play of games with the Sox. Now,
shortstop Jackie Guiterrez that just could be
before trading him to interpreted as erratic.




Lloyd rips Jordan to claim victory


(AP) -- Sweden's Joakim Nystrom needed the minimum three sets to claim the La Quinta Tennis Classic in
California from Frenchman Yannick Noah. Things where
never in doubt for Nystrom as he took a 6-1, 6-3, 6-2.
On the Women's Pro Tennis


Tour, Chris Evert Lloyd ripped Kathy Jordan 6-2, 6-4 to claim the Virginia S]
of California in OaklaW Jordan had gained the title round by upsetting Martina
Navratilova, late Saturday night, and had to play Lloyd less than-15 hours later.


/Glimpse


American Cup Gymnastics (UPI) -- The man who coached former Olympic champions Nadia Comaneci and Mary Lou Retton has another budding star. Kristie Phillips, 13, a 78-pound native of Baton Rouge, La, took the American Cup Gymnastics Title in Fairfax, Va., yesterday. Phillips finished first in
the vault, balance beam and floor exercise competitions. Alexsei Tikhonkin, 24, of the Soviet Union, won the men's title ahead of American Brian Ginsberg. *

Breland Defeats Aguirre (UPI) -- Former Olympic go# medal winner Mark Breland made quick work of Richard Aguirre in their scheduled 10-round welterweight bout in Lancaster, Pa. Aguiree came out swinging from the opening bell, but Breland landed a left-right combination with one minute and
33 seconds left in the first round to knock Aguirre out. Breland improved his record to 10-0 with five knockouts. Aguirre suffered his first loss in 14 bouts.

$1,139.000 Santa Anita Handicap (UPI) --English-bred "Greinton" won the richest handicap in the history of thoroughbred racing. Ridden by Laffit Pincay, the five-year-old son of "Green Dancer" beat 157-1 shot "Harat" in the $1,139,000 Santa Anita Handicap in California. "Greinton" won by three-quarters of a length.




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G Az tGuantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 41 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Monday, March 3, 1986 Nicaraguan conflict at "decisive moment" P) -President Reagan is naling an all-out push to rtify the Nicaraguan insurgents and their armed struggle with $100 million in U.S. aid. Reagan plans to meet with Nicaraguan rebel leaders at the White House today. Aides say he is considering a nationally broadcast address to persuade the public and lawmakers of the need for the aid. Convinced the conflict in Nicaragua has reached a "decisive moment," Reagan plans to lobby lawmakers in private and argue his case in public. Senior presidential aides approved the intensive drive for aid to the Contras during the weekend. Reagan is expected to seize on American involvement in the recent downfall of Philippine President Marcos to argue that increased U.S. pressure could help topple the Marxist-led Sandinista regime in Nicaragua. Secretary of State George Shultz has been assigned a major role in the campaign for Contra aid. In prepared remarks to a Veterans of Foreign Wars conference today, Shultz. accused Sandinista rulers of threatening the popularly elected government in neighboring countries. Pistol Safety -Range Officer, GMG3 range to practice shooting. Base personnel Daniel MElyea, demonstrates features of the can arrange a time to shoot at the pistol .45 caliber pistol to Capt. John Condon, range by calling 6454. (Photo by Lt. Dick COMNAVBASE. Capt. Condon takes DEFEXs Tranain) seriously, and recently went to the pistol Few clues in prime minister's murder (UPI) --Police in Stockholm, Sweden, say the investigation S o Friday's murder of Prime sister Olof Palme may be a long and painstaking one. Police Commissioner Hans Holmer says the difficult case is like "assembling a puzzle with very small pieces." There apparently are not very many of those pieces, either. The only hard evidence collected in three days of investigation is two copper-tipped bullets, probably from a U.S. made Smith and Wesson revolver. In addition, several witnesses described the assassin as a dark-haired.man in his 30s or 40s who carried a small handbag. The latest ejs of a terrorist group iming responsibility for the assassination comes from Bonn. A Swedish diplomat says a West German terrorist group, the Red Army Faction, called him the night of the murder to claim the killing. A team of 120 officers has been assigned to the case. Police say bodyguards have been assigned to the acting premier and other leading politicians, a precaution Palme preferred not to take. Aquino target of protests (UPI) New Philippine President Corazon Aquino is accustomed to being the leader of protests. Today, for the first time, she was the target of demonstrations. Thousands of people gathered in Manila and seven other cities for protests sparked by reports that Aquino plans to replace provincial govenors and city mayors with presidential appointees. The protests were called by mayors affiliated with ousted President Ferdinand Marcos. The mayors fear they will be ousted and replaced by Aquino appointees when their terms expire March 23. The demonstrators carried placards demanding, "Is this freedom or a new dictatorship." A Roman Catholic Churchbacked newspaper, Veritas, also expressed concern today that Aquino's administration may be, "Manifesting dictatorial tendencies." Militants launch strike in Northern Ireland (AP) -There is a new chapter in an ancient conflict today in Northern Ireland. Protestant militants have launched a 24-hour general strike that one leader predicts will bring about, as he puts it, "chaos, the more the better." The strike is aimed at forcing an end to a recent agreement between Britain and the Irish Republic concerning British-ruled Northern Ireland. The pact gives the Irish Republic the right to intervene with Britain, in an advisory capacity, on behalf of the Roman Catholic minority in Northern Ireland. Protestants outnumber Catholics by a ratio of about two-to-one in Northern Ireland, and have long been accused of discriminating against Catholics politically and economically. Catholics are in the majority in the Irish Republic. Today Protestants have set up roadblocks at power stations, picketed industrial plants, intercepted several buses and halted some traffic. Britain has sent several hundred additional troops to Northern Ireland to help keep roads open and transportation running during the strike. Around the globe Cardinal Asks For Prayers (UPI) -The head of the Roman Catholic Church in Nicaragua asked worshippers to pray for him during an outdoor mass celebrating the sixtieth anniversary of the opposition newspaper, La Prensa. Nicaragua's foreign minister sharply criticized Cardinal Miguel Obando Y Bravo, Friday. The cardinal called La Prensa "the voice for those who have no voice," and urgel the government to end press censorship. Texas Celebrates Independence -More than 3,000 flag-waving people visited the Alamo in San Antonio yesterday to celebrate the one-hundredth anniversary of Texan independence fran Mexico. Vice-President Bush told the crowd, "What a great day to be a Texan." San Antonio's celebration of the Texas sesquicentennial began Saturday night, with hundreds eating red-hot chili and dancing to Texas fiddle music. The sesquicentennial wagon train, which has been trekking across Texas for two months, stopped in front of the Alamo early yesterday before moving on. Snake Head Found (UPI) -A Webster, N.Y., woman says she found a snake's head in a package of Birds Eye frozen peas while cooking dinner last week. Margie Kloosterman says she plans to call the state health officials today to report the incident. Trees Donated To Country (UPI) -The private organization, The Tree People, says it will send hundreds of almond and pomegranate trees to Cameroon, a west African country suffering after a drought. The announcement was made by Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley during-a welcome ceremony for Cameroon President Paul Biya. Astronauts Meet Reporters (UPI) -A group of four astronauts is to meet with reporters today at the Johnson Space Center in Houston. It is the first time any of the astronauts will discuss the tragedy since the Challenger explosion last month. Pentagon Wants To Curtail Smoking (UPI) -A study indicates more than half of the people in the armed forces smoke, in contrast to 35 percent of the civilian population. Pentagon health officials are reported wanting to curtail cigarette sales and smoking on military bases. Navratilova's Gun Confiscated (UPI) -A metal detector at San Francisco's airport found a gun in tennis star Martina Navratilova's luggage. Officials confiscated the gun. Navratilova says the gun usually goes in luggage she checks, but accidentally ended up in a carry-on bag. Cold Front Hits Florida -A cold front moved out of northern Florida without damaging the citrus crop. Near-freezing temperatures for a second straight night is threatening the strawberries in Plant City, which bills itself as the strawberry capital of the world. N W4E News of the bay Report Of Captain's Mast -On February 28, Captain's Mast was held at U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba. The result was one E-4 was found guilty of violation of U(NJ, Article 112a for wrongfully using marijuana, and was awarded reduction to E-3. Lyceum Closing -McCalla Lyceum is closed today until Saturday, March 8, due to maintenance on the screen. Inside Page 2 -Safety Poster Contest Announced Page 2 -Superior Performance Award Page 3 -Training With Fleet Training Group Page 4 -Big Ten Race Is Tight Page 4 -Guiterrez Erratic? U.m.

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tFo OCOQp Smokers Anonymous -Smokers Anonymous Group meets tonight, 8 p.m., in the education and training classroom, Naval Hospital. If you have quit smoking, are trying to quit, or want to quit, come and join others with the same goals. It is free and open to the public. For more information, call Lt. Chris Laurent, 3166 DWH, or 2283 AWH. Country Emphire Band -The band "Country Blphire" will appear at the Clipper Club tonight, 7 -11 p.m. Fleet Training Group Spouse Meeting -There will be a meeting for all FTG spouses with Commodore Russell tonight, 7 p.m., in the FTG auditorium. All spouses are invited to attend. For more information, call Harriet James, 3584 AWH, or Karen Head, 3730 AWH. Pre-Natal Class -The Red Cross will be holding a Pre-Natal Class tomorrow, March 4, 6, 11, and 13, 7 -9 p.m., at the Naval Hospital. You must be at least six months pregnant and due before June. For registration and information, call Red Cross, 2234, or 4676. Game Warden Meeting -There is a mandatory Game Warden meeting tomorrow, March 4, 7 p.m., in the COMNAVBASE conference room. Read-At-Home -The Read-at-Home forms are due tomorrow, March 4. The forms will be collected from each teacher. Only these who are absent tomorrow, will be accepted after that. GTMO Little Theatre -The GTMO Little Theatre holds its monthly meeting tomorrow, March 4, 7 p.m., at the W.T. Sampson School Amphi-Theatre. PWOC Meeting -The PWOC general meeting will be held Wednesday, March 5, 7 p.m., at Suzan Jones' home, DP 1105. Come for an evening that will help prepare you for the Easter season with slides from the Holy Land. Charles Campbell will provide music with his Scottish bagpipes. See you there, and bring a friend. For more information, call Judy, 4276. Fire Wardens Training Class -There will be a Fire Wardens training class, Thursday, March 6, 9 -10 a.m., in the NAS Training Room, covering fire drill procedures. Navy Exchange -The NEX income tax service will be provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for Windward side people. Appointments may be made by calling 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is March 5 -12, located in the Mini Mart Annex. Appointments may be made by calling 6425. This service is provided on a fee basis. Navy Exchange -When the blue light flashes in your Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great savings waiting for you. Stop and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain check, nor can these items be put on layaway. Navy Exchange -The NEX announces that the Ford dealer will on base March 21 -31. Navy Exchange -The NEX' s car rental phone number is 2822. ail Gazette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Codon, USH.Comander, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Ohr. Rick Ficher, USN.Public Affairs Officer 01 Stacey gington. Assistant Public Affairs officer 02 Nil Gilldi eau, USN .Naain Eitor J03 Teri Thomas, USN .Asssant Editor Mrs. Diae ATOeOIafl. .Seretry Mrs. An-Elizabeth Efimoff .rolution Assistan Nathan Dbrbine.Stuant Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez.Stdent Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Treain .eservist suport P2 Stephan Atkinson .Reservist Surt The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspapers, under the direction of the plic affairs officer. The Daily Gazette is printed five times a week at goerrnment expense on goverment equl at the Navy Publicationsand Printing Service Branch Offic e opinions and statements that appear ein are not to be construed as official, or as theofficial views of the Navy Department or Ctmnander, U.S. Naval Base. Safety poster contest underway through April 1 The Occupational Safety and Health Non-Supervisory Safety Committee is sponsoring a base wide safety poster contest for school-aged children. There will be 12 winners, three in each of the following age groups: Kindergarten through third grade, fourth grade through sixth grade, seventh grade through eighth grade, and ninth grade through twelfth grade. The 12 winning posters will become our official posters for the next 12 months and will be used in all work centers throughout the base. Suggested categories are water safety, safety in the home, safety in the school and safety at work. The contests rules are: Entry must be the child's original work, but parents must offer ideas and supervison, with one entry per child. Entry must be not smaller than eight-and-one-half inches by 11 inches, or larger than 22 inches by 34 inches, on unlined paper. All entries must be turned in to the Occupational Safety and Health Office, Bldg. 13, or the school office by the close of business Tuesday, April 1. The child's name, age, and grade must appear on the front of the entry in the :e I AUTOS '69 Cougar, $700 neg. Inspection good until September. For more information, call James at 6029 anytime after 7 p.m. '72 Chevy Impala, 400 V-8 engine, definite GTMO special, but very dependable. Good tires, $300 or best offer. Inspection good until October. Available March 11. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH. AUTO PARTS '64 Plymouth Valiant for parts, $200. Call Stacey at 4502 DWH or 2589 AWH. PET A beautiful, house trained, fixed, very obedient three-year-old dog, Terrier/Dalmation mix with current shots. Free to a loving home with older children. Comes complete with dog carrier for when you leave. For more information, call Mark at 3407 AT or 4600 DWH. TWO WHEELERS '81 Honda 70cc, red and white, good condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking $400 or best offer. Call EN3 Hizon at BEQ Room C204. EXERCISE Home gym converts from rowing machine to multi-gym by tilting entire unit 90 degrees. Like new, used five times, $125. Call 2981 Monday through Friday from 7 a.m. until 6 p.m. only. FURNITURE One black vinyl recliner, like new, $125. Call 3929 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 18,500 BTU w/energy saver, 220 volts, good. condition, 1981 model, $200. Call AK3 Haddock at 6351 DWH or 6426 AWH. Two Whirlpool a/c's. Both 1 1/2 years old and in good condition. One 10,000 BTU and one 12,000 BTU, $400 for both. Call 6099 DWH or 4451 AWH. I 2 Daily Gazette Monday, March 3, 1986 Superior Performance -Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff receives a congratulatory hand shake from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE, following a sustained superior performance award. Ann works for the Daily Gazette. Tomorrow, more recognition. (Photo by PH2 Stephan Atkinson). bottom right hand corner. All entries become the property of the Occupational Safety and Health NonSupervisory Safety Committee. The winning posters may be touched up before being sent out for printing. The three awards for each age group are $50 savings bond, dinner for child and parents, choice of two hours of free barrel boat rental or one hour's free use of a bowling lane. Special thank yous g the following departmeW clubs, or individuals: Officers' Wives' Club, Master Dive Instructor Keith Mattson, Reef Raiders Club, Base Clubs System, Blue Caribe, and Recreation Services. PWD duty people for critical or emergency help By UTC Bob Zulick The Public Works duty section is in place provide after work ho support to the Naval Base visiting ships. This support is generally limited to emergency or critical situations where delay until the next workday would compound the problem or cause undue personnel hardship. A trend has developed that results in many people assuming that the PWD duty section is simply a continuation of the normal workday. This is not the case. The duty section is only staffed large enough to respond to emergency type situations. Obviously, the more time spent on nonemergency problems, the less effective the response to emergencies will be. Because of this concern, the duty section has been instructed to minimize after hours response to trouble calls that can legitimately wait until the next workday. If you need to submit a trouble call that is not an emergency, please submit it to the PWD Housing or Maintenance Control Trouble Desk, during normal working hours, 7 a.m. -4:30 p.m.f the trouble call is emergency, please do hesitate to notify the PWD duty section. WANTED Let's play Mah Jongg. It's challenging and much more fun than bridge. If you are a dedicated game enthusiast, give me a call. If you don't know how to play, I will teach you. Call April at 3183 AT. I would like an every Wednesday babysitter from noon to 4 p.m. for six-month-old baby two-year-old son. Please 3407 AT. SERVICES I will prepare egg rolls. Hot and cold hors d'oeuvres for your next party. Call 3165 after 7 p.m. Moving soon? It can be a stressful time. Let us help take some of the stress out of this move. We clean houses for final inspection. Give us a call for details. Call Joyce at 3620 or Shirley at 2603. .1

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Oscar" There he is" TRAINING WITH FTG Story and photos by JO1 Stacey Byington Getting range and bearings on I was fortunate to be aboard the USS Sumter (LST-l181) for a ship trip to Jamaica over the three-day weekend, Feb. 14-17. The trip was not just for fun. Riding along with myself and 60 plus military and civilians from Guantanamo going to Jamaica for R and R were five riders from Fleet Training Group (FLETRAGRU), otherwise known as "FTG". This was a working trip for them, and for the officers and crew of Sumter. FTG's mission is to conduct underway training of units assigned to the U.S. Atlantic Fleet, Coast Guard and friendly international navies. This training is geared toward increasing operational readiness. FTG also exercises operational control over all units, surface, subsurface and air, assigned for training to Guantanamo, and coordinates scheduling of fleet operating areas. Capt. Earl Russell, Commander of FTG, says FTG is the only activity in the Atlantic Fleet which provides underway refresher training to ships. He also adds, "Of necessity, FTG Guantanamo has an assigned staff of senior enlisted and officer instructors, who are skilled in all aspects of modern warfare and technology. They collectively represent the completeness that insures the crews and ships blend together into warships ready to carry out all assigned tasks." While I was aboard Sumter, training included man overboard, general quarters and abandon ship drills. In addition to grading exercises, FTG riders also hold mini-classes, a question and answer period about the drills conducted to ascertain how much the ship crews know about the subject being drilled. Cmdr. Stephen Ries, Commanding Officer of USS Sumter, says that training with the FTG instructors has been an "outstanding experience for the entire ship." He also added, "We have quite a number of new recruits that are getting their first exposure to how things are done in the Navy and aboard ship. The FTG instructors are showing them just that. "FTG is aiding us in creating a team training concept, so that once we leave here, we can do it for ourselves." FTG instructor BMC Thomas Rooney Signalman preparing flags Daily Gazette Monday, March 3, 1986 ".a k ( wed

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Indiana slips into first-I (AP) -Like an old-fashioned tournament to determine who baseball race, the Big Ten gets an automatic berth in decides its "pennant winner" the NCAA basketball playoffs. based on regular-season play. This year, the Big Ten There is no end-of-season figures will go down to the Knox earns spot on PGA tour by capturing Honda Classic title (AP) -Kenny Knox won a lot Make i more than the Honda Golf victor Classic yesterday. The oneZimmerma shot victory in Windy Coral final Springs, Fla., also gave the Uniden 29-year-old pro a regular stagger spot on the PGA tour an. Zinerma automatic invitation to putt on events such as the Masters and fini and the Tournament Players Calif. Championship. 7-underA qualifier entering the better Honda Classic, Knox finished Bradley. at 1-under-par 287, just Te3 ahead to Clarence Rose, Andy search Bean, Jodie Mudd, and John win, beg Mahaffey, who had 288s. The ahead. long-awaited victory gave and 17 t Knox $90,000, close to twice chance. his total winnings in four the Phoe years on the PGA tour. weekend. vCelts beat Pistons Bucks fall to Bullets Packers coast~Zno (AP) -The Boston Celtics got hot in the second half against pesky Detroit and went on to beat the Pistons 129-109. The clubs exchanged leads 30 times before the Celts took command late in the period, and then put the game away with a 16-0 run in the final period. Boston's victory snapped a 10-game winning streak for Detroit. t two straight LPGA ies for Mary Beth an, who birdied the three to grab the Invitational from a ring Laura Baugh. n needed a five-foot the eighteenth green shed the Costa Mesa, Tournament at -par 281, one stroke than Baugh and Pat -year-old Baugh, in of her first career an the day four shots She bogeyed 14, 15, o give Zimmerman her Zimmerman captured nix Tournament last 129-109, 125-104, victory Milwaukee's 10-game victory string when the Bucks fell to the Washington Bullets 125-104. Cliff Robinson paced the Bullets with 27 points. Indiana bolted to a 28point lead in the second period and coasted to a 129-112 win over the Los Angeles Clippers. Herb Williams totaled 24 points for the Pacers. The Underwater World -This is the second in our series of photographs exploring the underwater. Pictured above is coral located deep in our Guantanamo Bay waters. (Photo by AFAW' Diving Team) place tie final weekend. Yesterday, sixteenth-ranked Indiana slipped into a first-place tie by downing Iowa 80-73. Steve Alford pumped in 25 points for the Hoosiers, who share a 12-4 conference record with tenth-ranked and idle Michigan. Meantime, number-17 Michigan State kept the heat on the leaders. An 84-71 win over Wisconsin lifted the Spartans to 11-5 in the league, and one game behind Michigan and Indiana. All three contenders two games remaining, with Michigan State entertaining Indiana Wednesday and Michigan hosting Ohio State Thursday. The season ends Saturday when Indiana travels to Michigan and Michigan State is home to Ohio State. For the first time in two decades, the Atlantic Coast Conference regular-season title belongs only to Duke, no one else. The top-ranked Blue Devils got 27 points from David Henderson in beating number-three North Carolina 82-74 yesterday. Carolina enters the ACC Tournament Friday having lost three of its last four. takes the court in Greens with the top seed. Also in the ACC, yesterday, fourth-rated Georgia Tech stopped Clemson 74-63. John Salley scored 20 points to go with 16 from Mark Price. In a Metro Conference battle, Milt Wagner's two free throws, with one second remaining, lifted number-13 Louisville over seventhranked Memphis State 70-69. The Sportsman By Charles Morey The computer has finally found its way into the world of sports, not just for keeping records, but as an electronic coach. Somebody has invented a computer which allegedly can straighten out your golf swing. That can open the door to some unusual scenes. The big pros may rush to the computer room after a bad round, instead of the practice tee or putting green. It also can spread. Pro teams in other sports use computers now to keep track of what their players are doing. They are not expert enough to inform a pitcher what he is doing wrong or giving a hitter batting tips. Suppose an electronic genius invents a computer that can do those things. Baseball games may be decided in the clubhouse before the first ball is thrown. The same applies to football. Is it too farfetched to imagine a Rose Bowl game sometime in the future with MIT opposing Cal-Tech in a battle of computer gridirons? There is the inevitable hitch, of course. Computers do break down and sometimes are subject to the vagaries of weather, not to mention shorted circuits. A computerized World Series could reach the crucial stage in the bottom of the ninth with the score tied, two out and the bases loaded. At that stage the computer blows its fuse, and human beings have to substitute for it. The viewing audience is almost certain to ask, "Human beings? What are they doing playing baseball?" The National Football League draft of college players is still eight weeks off, but already the guessing game is under way on the top pick. The pick belongs to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who have not tipped their hand in any way as to what they will do. There are several reasons for that. One, they have a dismal record of top draft choices. Two, nobody knows which way Bo Jackson, the star Auburn runner, will go. Three, the Bucs may be thinking of trading the number-one selection to get some much-needed defensive help. Glancing at their last 10 number-one choices, you find only two names still on the active roster. They have had the overall number-one pick four times. Still with Tampa Bay are guard Sean Farrell, number one in 1982, and defensive end Ron Holmes, the top choice last year. They did have great initial choice in 1976, defensive end Lee Roy Selmon. Salmon missed all of 1985 with a back injury, and nobody knows if he will ever play again. The coach of the Buccaneers, Leeman Bennett, is high on Jackson. He would love to see Bo lining up as a running mate for the versatile James Wilder in the Tampa Bay backfield. The Bucs have been working Wilder hard in a single-back 4 Daily Gazette Monday, March 3, 1 formation, and Bennett intends to change that, whether or not he gets Jackson. An interested observer of the Tampa dilemma is George Young, the general manager of the New York Giants. It is not that Young thinks he has much chance of trading for Tampa Bay's top pick, he is just a spectator. Young says everybody who has the top pick goes through the same routine before the draft. To paraphrase the late Jimmy Durante, it is a case of "Did you ever have a feeling that you wanted him to go, and then you had a feeling that you wanted him to stay?" Top picks are frequently shopped around to see how much market value they have. It does not happen often, but, now and then, a trade is made. Young thinks Jackson will choose football. He points out that, in the past, when college athletes with great records in both baseball and football have been faced with a decision, they usually have gone for football. One exception, of course, was Kirk Gibson, the swaggering power hitter of the Detriot Tigers. Kirk was a nifty wide receiver in college, but turned down the pro football people. John Elway, the Denver quarterback, tested the baseball waters and turned to football. Brad Van Pelt did not even go that far. He picked football, first with Giants, and now with the Raiders. 986 Guiterrez erratic? (UPI) -The Boston Red Baltimore. Just for the Sox reportedly are claimrecord, Guiterrez made 15 ing they saw nothing errors in his last 12 erratic in the play of games with the Sox. Now, shortstop Jackie Guiterrez that just could be before trading him to interpreted as erratic. Lloyd rips Jordan to claim victory (AP) -Sweden's Joakim Nystrom needed the minimum three sets to claim the La Quinta Tennis Classic in California from Frenchman Yannick Noah. Things where never in doubt for Nystrom as he took a 6-1, 6-3, 6-2. On the Women's Pro Tennis Tour, Chris Evert Lloyd ripped Kathy Jordan 6-2, 6-4 to claim the Virginia S of California in OaklaW Jordan had gained the title round by upsetting Martina Navratilova, late Saturday night, and had to play Lloyd less than 15 hours later. Glimpse American Cup Gymnastics (UPI) -The man who coached former Olympic champions Nadia Comaneci and Mary Lou Retton has another budding star. Kristie Phillips, 13, a 78-pound native of Baton Rouge, La, took the American Cup Gymnastics Title in Fairfax, Va., yesterday. Phillips finished first in the vault, balance beam and floor exercise competitions. Alexsei Tikhonkin, 24, of the Soviet Union, won the men's title ahead of American Brian Ginsberg. Breland Defeats Aguirre (UPI) -Former Olympic gol medal winner Mark Breland made quick work of Richard Aguirre in their scheduled 10-round welterweight bout in Lancaster, Pa. Aguiree came out swinging from the opening bell, but Breland landed a left-right combination with one minute and 33 seconds left in the first round to knock Aguirre out. Breland improved his record to 10-0 with five knockouts. Aguirre suffered his first loss in 14 bouts. $1,139,000 Santa Anita Handicap (UPI) -English-bred "Greinton" won the richest handicap in the history of thoroughbred racing. Ridden by Laffit Pincay, the five-year-old son of "Green Dancer" beat 157-1 shot "Harat" in the $1,139,000 Santa Anita Handicap in California. "Greinton" won by three-quarters of a length.


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