New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 14, 1982, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Sports shorts Vilas still struggling to win in U.S.tourney Staff photo by Kari MitchellMen's action In the men's basketball league tournament action Tuesday night, Bill's Depot (formerly Porter Company) defeated Kentucky Fried Chicken in double overtime 77-73 while Barry's defeated the Herald 79-65 in the second game. Game story will be run Thursday. BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) - So far, this just hasn’t been Guillermo Vilas’ week. He’s already lost a tennis tournament in Switzerland and been fined $1,000 in Massachusetts. And there’s still four days to go. The top-seeded Vilas was extended to three sets by Australia’s Brad Drewett 3-6, 6-2, 6-4 in the opening round of the $200,000 U.S. Pro Tennis Championships Tuesday. The hard-fought victory came just two days after the Argentine was beaten by countryman Jose-Luis Clerc for the Swiss Open championship. And Vilas encountered all sorts of problems Tuesday in his first Longwood appearance since 1976. He argued with officials over calls and, was later fined $1,000 for failing to appear at a post-match press conference. He showed up at the press tent nearly lVfe hours after the match, but Volvo Grand Prix supervisor Keith Johnson later announced the fine for violation of the circuit’s code of conduct, requiring players to appear for post-match interviews unless physically disabled. “It’s a misunderstanding," the 30-year-old Vilas said. “There have been many changes since I was here last. I didn’t really know where the press tent was.” Vilas, who has won nearly $300,000 this year, said it took 14 hours to fly from Switzerland to Boston. And, after a five-year boycott of Longwood, he said the only reason he returned here was “because I’m obligated to play in IO (Grand Prix) tournaments.” Drewett, winner of only $27,000 this year, shocked Vilas with a service break in the second game en route to winning the first set. However, Vilas breezed through the second set and then took the third, rallying after Drewett had taken a 3-1 lead. He broke the Australian in the sixth and 10th games to wrap up the 2-hours and 6-minute match. Second-seeded Ivan Lendl, a 1982 millionaire from Czechoslovakia, third-seeded Eliot Teltscher, and fourth-seeded Yannick Noah of France also advanced into the second round. Ixmdl, winner of 92 of his last 96 matches, whipped Steve Meister 6-4, 6-4, Teltscher downed Chris Mayotte 7-6 (7-4), 6-2, and Noah ousted John James of Australia 6-3,6-1.NL hangs on The New Braunfels National League Little League team defeated the San Marcos American League 7-2 in area tournament action in San Marcos Tuesday. The winning pitcher was Erie Walker, while l,ance Wright took the loss. The NB American league also won 8-6 to stay alive in the tourney. Tonight action will include the NBNLvs. Lockhart.Palomino show set A horse show sponsored by the Alamo Palomino Exhibitors Association will be held Saturday and Sunday at the Comal County Fairgrounds. The show, which is free and open to the public, begins at 8 a.m. each day and will end around 3 p.m. About 50 of the cream, goldened-colored horses will compete. The APEA’s annual show is usually held in Seguin.Stars-Sunsets DALLAS (AP) — Steve Denton used seven aces to defeat Tom Gulliksen 6-4 in men’s singles as the Dallas Stars downed the Phoenix Sunsets 27-22 in Team Tennis play Tuesday. Denton and Kevin Curren defeated Gulliksen and Andy Pattison 6-2 in men’s doubles. Dallas’ Anne Smith downed Ann Kiyomura 6-3 in women’s singles. Smith and Sharon Walsh combined to beat Kiyomura and Pam Teegarden 6-3 in women’s doubles. Smith and Curren orginally started against Gulliksen and Teegarden in mixed doubles, but Denton was subbed for Curren. Phoenix took that set 6-2-2.Cowboys signee DALLAS (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys signed their third-round draft pick Tuesday to a “series of one-year contracts at undisclosed terms,” a club spokesman said. Gil Brandt, the Cowboys’s vice president for personnel development, signed Jim Eliopulos, a 6-foot-3, 229-pound linebacker from Wyoming, the club said. Eliopulos was one of two remaining holdouts from the May college draft. The NFL club still has not signed second-round pick Jeff Rohrer, a linebacker from Yale. Rookies and free agents will report to training camp Sunday. Concepcion accepts MVP MONTREAL (AP) - David Ismael Concepcion cradled the MVP trophy as if it were made of solid gold r* it represented a dream of many years — but lie hinted he’d like to chop it up and pass some of the pieces around to others. They all had a part, he said, iii the second-inning, two-run homer that gave the National League a 4-1 victory over the snake-bitten American I A?ague in Tuesday night’s 53rd All-Star baseball game. There was, for instance, his wife, Dillia. “When I was elected to the All-Star squad, my wife tole me, •Dave, this is your 13th season, when are you going to win an MVP?”’ he said. "I had that on my mind." Then there was Luis Ai arado, the great American league shortstop of the 1950s and 1960s. a fellow Venezuelan on hand Tuesday night as part of a “Salute to International Baseball." “I was so happy to see Luis." Concepcion said. "He is the greatest shortstop who ever lived. I told myself I should do something big for Luis." Across the field in the enemy camp was Sparky Anderson, now Detroit manager and an American coach under Billy Martin. Sparky was manager of the Cincinnati Reds’ “Big Red Machine" which under him won five divisional titles, four pennants and two world championships in the 1970s. “Sparky was always nice to me," Concepcion said. “He encouraged me every way he could. I am sure he was proud of me even though we beat his team.” The white-haired Sparky, one of baseball’s all-time winningest managers, had mixed emotions. He despaired for his newly-adopted American Leaguers, now losers of ll in a row and 19 of the last 20 All-Star games, but he puffed with pride over the performance of Concepcion. “From the time I first saw him, I knew he was marked for stardom," Sparky said in the AL’s dejected locker room afterward. “This guy could be the greatest shortstop of all-time. He always rises to the occasion.” Another man also must have been swelling with pride at Concepcion’s performance. That is Tony Perez, the Cuban-born first baseman on the Reds’ championship teams of the 1970s who was disciplinarian and father confessor to all the Latins on the team. “He was my roommate for seven years," Concepcion recalled. “He helped all of the young guys but he was especially good to me. He worried about us. He was tough. He reprimanded us when we got out of hand.” On Tuesday night at Olympic Stadium, with the NL trailing 1-0, Concepcion came to bat in the second inning with Dale Murphy on base. On the third pitch, the AL’s Dennis Eckersely fed him a slider. “I had a hunch I was going to hit a home run," the 34-year-old shortstop said. "I told Manny Trillo before I left the dugout. He just laughed.” SA Spurs may lose Corzine SAN ANTONIO (API - The San Antonio Spurs may lose the services of towering center Dave “Lumberjack" Corzine, a free agent who has agreed to the terms of a reported multi-million dollar offer by the New Jersey Nets. A Nets spokesman confirmed Tuesday that Corzine had signed an offer sheet. She declined to discuss terms of the offer that three San Antonio newspapers reported was a five-year contract for $650,000 a year. Corzine’s agent, Herb Rudoy of Chicago, said the New Jersey offer would be sent to the Spurs in “the next few days." But he said Spurs president Angelo Drosses has shown little enthusiasm for matching the offer. “We’re going to have to have a cap on salaries or complete revenue-sharing so that the teams in smaller markets can compete,” Drosses complained after hearing reports of the high salary offer by the Nets. The 6-foot-ll, 265-pound Corzine averaged 10.1 points and 27 minutes a game as starting Spurs center George Johnson’s backup. He led the Spurs in rebounding with 7.8 a game. SAN ANTONIO Drosses reportedly refused to discuss with Corzine a $400,000 contract renewal last fall. He would not comment on whether the Spurs will match the Nets’ offer in the 15 days allotted. “I’d rather wait and see this infamous, or famous, offer before I make a comment," the team president said. Corzine, earning a reported $100,000 with the Spurs, became a free agent at the end of last season and said he was disappointed that the Spurs did not try to keep him. “I really would have preferred to say in San Antonio. I’m not anxious at all to leave,” Corzine said. “He (Drosses) hasn’t stayed in contact with us. He hasn’t made an offer since last summer. We have no idea what he’s thinking.” The Phoenix Suns, Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls also indicated an interest in Corzine, who excelled for the Spurs during the NBA playoffs. Rudoy said he did not expect the Spurs would match the reported $3.25 offer by the Nets. "I assume David won t be playing with them (Spurs) next year," the agent said. Standings ANIK AN UMI# [nun limn* Milnivktt MHM (alliant (Unit Clonal! 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