New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 9, 1983, Page 8

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January 09, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 9, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Sports shorts Portable Buildings •Direct from Manufacturer •Immediate delivery •Ready to use    Will    build    I •Custom to your order ____ r •All sizes    meet    City    Cc •Buildings moved •IN-HOUSE FINANCING AVAILABLE Mann “Over 22 Years Experience in Quality Portable Buildings." Intersection Hwy. 78 at Hwy. 46 Seguin. Texas | Segu in-379-3634    S.A.-658-3662 I    WE CAN BUILD ONI YOUR SITE!    ; \    •Garages    j| |    •Carports    j| I    •Patio Covers \    •Mobile Home Canopies •Homes 1800-1500 sq.ft.    | Standings I fmtball I Iona 115 PKI 13 Rutgers IO St loseph s 65 St john s Ii Deorgetown ii NII P!a»ot1 Schedule SI Peters (5 Manhattan 39 Seedings in Paventheses N Virginia 13 temple ll Til Mf light teams in each confeience ate Hound 13 Oatlmoulh 55 MON I to I tm the dilation ot the pinons Penn 91 Blown 6) lf ••list percentages and tie Oteahets Camsius SB New Orleans 49 first Round Robert Mans 13 Cleveland St 69 AfC Vermont ii SI lunets N f SS Saturdays Dames Ntstmmsiei ll Geneva 60 lls Angeles Raiders. 21 Cleveland IO Ratheastein 19 Maine 51 Miami 28 New Ingiand 13 Bunceton 55 Tale 54 Sandal s Dames Pittsburgh 65 lalaietie 62 Nevi foil lets 6 at Cincinnati 3 Providence ii Oilton 63 San B ego 5 at Pittsburgh 4 MIO NISI RfC Bail Si ll Miami Ohio Ii Saturday s Dames DePaui II Peppetdme 13 Nasnmgion 31 Detroit I in,nots ii Nisconsm 54 Green Bai 41. St louis Ii luna 19 Michigan 17 Sandal s Dames iowa Si 60 Cmcago St SB tampa Bai I ai Dallas 2 beni St 83 N Michigan 50 Ailanto 5 at Minnesota 4 Minnesota 54 Pmdut 40 Sa' Ion IS i Sun Ion Ii loyota lit 82 Cincinnati 16 AfC and RIC Second Round Cen' Michigan 64 toledo 67 lowest remaining seeds at highest Rathwes'ein62 Michigan St 51 remaining seeds, second lowest seeds at second nighest seeds CORI I RI NCI CHAMPIONSHIP DAMIS Mintiers of Ion 1516 games j basketball No hands A Canyon Avenger player tries some fancy knee- and footwork on a Luling Tornadoes defender. The action's from Saturday's first round game in the Mid Cities' C' division Red playoffs. Eight area teams Staff photo by Cindy Richardson qualified for the tournament, which winds up today at Canyon High School. The top two finishers will advance to the state playoffs. SWC roundup Arkansas still unbeaten IJ TTI JR KOCK (AP) (Juan! Alvin K Albertson and center J<»t* Kleim* scored 15 points apiece Saturday as lOth-ranked Arkansas withstood a last-second Baylor rally to win 65-60 in Southwest Conference play. Robertson hit five of nine from the field and made five of his six free throws. Kleme was seven of ll from the floor and led all rebounders with eight. With 42 seconds left. Arkansas led 63-52 and appeal cd safe. Then Baylor’s Jay Shakir Int a lay up and O/.ell Hall made a short jumper to make the score 63-56 with 16 seconds remaining. Before the Ka/orbacks could throw the ball iii bounds, the Bears’ (lien Mays got two free throws on a foul called against Willie Cutis. Arkansas’ Darrell Walker was called for an offensive foul with twelve seconds left. Three seconds later. Baylor’s Daryl Baucham scored to cut the Razor backs’ advantage to three. Baylor then called a timeout, but the Bears already had used their allotted number of five. A technical foul was called, and John Shively, who scored 12 altogether, hit two free throws to give Arkansas it’s final score. Baucham, wiio int IO of ins 12 field goal attempts, led all .scorers with 20 points. James Stern added 14 for Baylor. For Arkansas. Walker scored IO The undefeated Razorback:* increased their winning streak to 11, while Bay lor fell to 9-4, including 1-1 iii the SWC. Houston 105, SMU 71 HOUSTON (API Michael Young scored 28 and Clyde Drexler 22 to lead 19th-ranked Houston to a 105-71 victory over Southern Methodist Saturday night in a Southwest Conference basketball game. “The press kind of wore them out in the second half. Let me tell you something, SMU has a fine basketball team. The defense did it for us. (Josh, we must have had eight or nine steals there in a five-minute period,’’ said Houston coach Guy Ix?wis. The Cougars’ 7-foot sophomore, Akeem Abdul Olajuwon, scored 14 points, blocked nine shots, and pulled down 22 rebounds. In the first 8:50, the two SWC teams battled evenly before Drexler’s two free throws put Houston into a 16-15 lead and the Cougars never trailed again. Houston, 10-2, extended its lead to 42-30 with 2:55 remaining on a slam dunk by reserve guard Benny Anders, who finished with 14 points. The Cougars led by 48-37 at tile half. During the first three minutes of tile second half, tile Cougars continued to dominate on both ends, taking advantage of superior height and depth advantage to pull away. Derek Giles scored on a slam V* minutes into the second half for Houston’s 10th straight point and a 62-39 lead. Alvis Franklin, another reserve, hit a 20-footer from the top of the circle for the Cougars’ biggest lead of the game, 96-57, w itll four minutes left iii the game. It was the fourth time of the year that Houston went over the 100-point mark. Houston improved its SWC mark to 2-0 while SMU fell to 1-1. SMU is 10-4 for the season. Texas ABM 76, Rice 63 COl.LKGK STATION (API - Reggie Roberts scored 22 points to lead Texas A&M to a 76-63 Southwest Conference victory over Rice Saturday night that gave Aggie Coach Shelby Metcalf the all-time lead in SWC basketball wins. The Aggies evened their conference record at 1-1 and raised their overall mark to 7-8. Rice fell to 0-2 in the SWC and 6-6 for the season. A&M, hit 49.2 percent of its shots from the field during the game, held a 37-25 edge at halftime and outscored the Owls 15-3 at the beginning of the second half. Metcalf, in his 20th season as the Aggie head coach, has a 177-105 record in conference games. He had been tied for the most SWC wins with Glen Rose who had a 176-118 record as the head coach at Arkansas between 1934 and 1942 and between 1952 and 1966. Freshman Jimmy Gilbert scored ll points and senior Claude Riley added IO for the Aggies. Kenaldo O’Neal paced the Owls with a season-high 22 points. Kansas St. 51, Texas 43 AUSTIN, Texas (AP) - Us Craft’s 13 points and nine rebounds sparked an otherwise lackluster Kansas State effort in the Wildcats’ 51-43 victory over Texas Saturday night. Eddie Elder with 12 points was Kansas State’s only other player in double figures. Although Kansas State scored only 24 ll home ot highest ■ emitting seas HIC Championship Salmon Un 77 AiC Championship Sandal UR 23 supin Bum nu Sri Un 30 Pasadena Rose BMI Alc is RIC champions loi V i acc limn a ItdfRf PRO BONI Sin ltd 6 Honolulu AiC All Sues us HIL Ail Sui', KHiori! Baske Hun Assecution Ai A Clouee Bf I he Associated Ptess I ASH RN CONM RUIC! 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Texas Tech 57 FORT WORTH (AP) - Guard Darrell Browder scored eight straight points in the second half to bring Texas Christian from behind to subdue Texas Tech 59-57 Saturday night in a Southwest Conference basketball game. TOU is now 11-2 for the year and 2-0 in league play. Texas Tech is 2-12 and 0-2. Browder, who finished with 18 points, took control w ith the game knotted at 51-all with 2:07 to play. He drilled a pair of free throws at that point to give TCU the lead then canned a 10-foot jumper at 1:17 to hand the Horned Frogs a four-point bulge. Tony Benford scored a basket for the Red Raiders, w ho played only six players, but then he fouled Browder who hit two more free throws. Browder made two more free throws with 22 seconds left and the Horned Frogs needed them as Benford scored again. Bubba Jennings of Tech missed a shot w ith three seconds to go to allow TCU to escape. TCU trailed by as many as seven points as the underdog Red Raiders gave the Frogs a scare. Jennings and TCU’s Doug Arnold also scored 18 points apiece. Arnold had IO rebounds. TCU Coach Jim Killingsworth said “If I had been another coach (for Tech), I would have loved the way we played tonight, shooting 25-footers and not going to the boards. Tech played a good game. If you go out and screw around they’ll beat you. They play good defense and shoot the ball well.” SOUIH Nave finest 60 Leonia Intl 53 Oeuwait 54 Nan 52 Imam HI Notion 52 Virginia letb 14 S Mississippi B9 Cite! bb Campbell Ml Mn shall 95 IMI 14 ba Commonwealth 15 Richmond 51 William I Mni Ii Orate Masai 41 Horn Ck Olina Bi Siucuse W R Conima AAI 17 Honan) U M OM Dominion 99 RIM* HUM Bt In Cbai'anoota ii I tenner et St >3 Onawa'* St ii S Catalina St ii Million 43 Antialien,*! 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STUDENT TOUR NEW BRAUNFELS COMMUNITY EDUCATION SPONSORED STUDENT TOUR GRADES 7 - 12 $486. per Penton    March    30 (Wed.) Quad. occupancy    Apr||    2 (S»t.) Price InctudeM: •Round trip bus transfers from New Braunfels to airport •Round trip airfare from San Antonio to Washington. 0 C •All transportation within Washington. D C. •Comprehensive sightseeing program •Three nights lodging in a Washington, D C Ramada inn •All meals •Tour director and escorts for entire trip •Theatre ticket to either Ford Theatre or Lincoln Center 'Special evening group activities •Tips and taxes for all included features •K wearied by Larry Schwab, Coordinator, New Braunfels Community education FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL 625-6966 SA New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday, January 9,1983 Celtics outduel Dallas, 114-110 DALLAS (AP) — l,arry Bird scored 7 of his 28 points in the final two minutes Saturday night to lift the Boston Celtics to a 114-110 National Basketball Association victory over the Dallas Mavericks. The Mavericks overcame a 15-point deficit to take the lead 102-98 on a bucket by Mark Aguirre with less than five minutes to go. Bird and l,arry Parrish, who also had 28 points, took control to beat the Mavericks for the sixth time in as many tries since Dallas entered the league as an expansion franchise. Aguirre scored 26 of his 32 points in the second half to lead a Dallas charge to erase a 64-52 halftime deficit. Dallas trailed by 15 late in the first half. Aguirre had 16 points in the third quarter and had five of Dallas’ final eight baskets. Jay Vincent added 23 points for the Mavericks, who played before a sellout crowd of 17,134 fans in Reunion Arena. Bird didn’t score in the fourth period until he tied the game 107-107 w ith a tip-in at 1:56. He immediately made another bucket then iced the game with a dunk and a free throw after he was fouled with 41 seconds to go. Cedric Maxwell added 16 points and Quinn Buckner had 14 in the balanced Boston scoring. Woodlands Golf winners and records The team of Jinny Kingry and John Goodman won Saturday’s 2-Person, Blind Draw, Blind Bogey tournament at the Woodlands Golf Course. Goodman shot an 80 over the 18 holes, the best score of his life, to help the pair to the 131 win. Harvey Kingry and Dave Barr were second at 136, and Dr. Elmo V. Inas and Col. Dave Barr were third at 137. Special congratulations this week go out to John Kalvelage, who tied the course record of 71 from the championship tees on Friday, and just one day earlier also set a course record of 68 from the men’s white tees. The Woodlands plans a Mixed Blitz every Saturday, and the next big tournament will be a Mixed Florida Scramble on Sunday, Jan. 30 at IO a.m. Three-man hoops begin in January The Lamia Recreation Center will hold registration for a winter Three-Man Basketball League now through Jan. 15. with play starting the following week. For further information, contact Robert R. Bouse or call the (’enter at 629-61%. ;

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