New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 13, 1983, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

January 13, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 13, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Two Oilers one on drug charges Sports Calendar HOUSTON AP Police who had been monitoring a northside bar arrested two Houston Oilers defensive one of them on suspicion of a narcotics officer Cornerback Greg Stemrick was charged with possession of a con trolled substance and released on also a cor was charged with driving while intoxicated and driving without a He was released on The pair Was arrested Wednesday night outside the Sportsmans a private club which had been under surveillance for several said narcotics Officers found about grams of cocaine on McAfee Stemrick and Wilson were starting cornerbacks for the Oilers at the beginning of the but Wilson was beaten out by Willie Tullis for the final two Stemrick is an eightyear veteran who came to the Oilers as a free agent from Colorado Wilson com pleted his fifth year this He was an eighthround draft choice from Oilers head coach Ed who said at a news conference last week that drug and alcohol problems were among those that plagued his 18 club this was in Palo and did not answer his hotel room an operator Basketball 13 Canyon girls at Fredericksburg at New Branunfels 14 Randolph Air Force Base at Smithson Valley in double header girls play at followed by boys at 8 Canyon boys at New Braunfels boys at Kerrville Smithson Valley sports banquet at 7 in the Smithson Valley High School The sports of Cross Volleyball and Football will be Ticket prices not an Sports HtraldZeitung January 8 Hall of Farmers Orioles Brooks Robinson and SFs Juan Marichal honored NEW YORK AP Brooks Robinson has a When the brilliant Baltimore Orioles third baseman is inducted along with Juan Marichal into the Baseball Hall of Fame July it wont be the most memorable moment he ever has spent in In made my first trip he We were playing the Hall of Fame exhibition game there and I was at third base when the announcer came over the public address system and said that my first son had just been born in 1 So this will be my second greatest thrill Robinson and Marichal were named to the Hall of Fame Wednesday by the Baseball Writers Association of both easily passing the 75 percent vote required in the annual a peerless defensive genius at third base for 23 seasons with the was named on 344 of the 374 ballots He became the 14th man in history to be elected in his first year of one of the premier pitchers of his received 313 well over the 281 He had fallen seven votes short of election last year when sluggers Hank Aaron and Frank Robinson were Slugger Harmon whose 573 career home runs are fifth on the alltime fell 12 votes short of election with Then came Luis Aparicio Hoyt Wilhelm Don Drysdaie and Gil Hodges It was Hodges last year of eligibility in the BBWAA After a fiveyear Hodges name will now go onto the Veterans person brt earth now is happier than I said who won 243 games and posted a earned run average in 16 major league most of them with the San Francisco When I was a kid in I dreamed of being a baseball but I never thought of the major I loved to play I wanted to play In at the age of he left his native Dominican Republic to pitch in the United Two years he was in the majors with the starting a career that would produce six 20 victory growing up in Little had the same big league dream as It was the only dream I ever he Robinson was 18 when he signed with the Orioles in He spent parts of the next three seasons with Robinson set the standard for defensive play at his He holds major league records for third basemen in games played putouts assists chances double plays 618 and fielding average And he won 16 Gold He was an adequate hitter with a career batting average that included 268 home When you look at the Hall of most of them are known for the offensive he I wasnt a great offensive So he wasnt certain that he would be Im a little Robinson It seemed something This is the utmost I could hope for as a baseball Down the stretch New Braunfels Rick Schultz tries to steal the hall from a Gonzales player in action from Tuesday nights The Unicorns Tivy Antlers in Kerrville Friday Staff photo by John Senter next face the Kerrville at UH downs 5451 FORT WORTH AP Texas Christian did just exactly what it had planned against the Houston Cougars and still lost before a record home crowd in a Southwest Conference basketball TCU limited the sevenfoot Akeem Olajuwon to only 14 minutes playing time by getting him in foul He had only two points and one rebound career lows yet it was his free throws in the final 37 sconds that helped beat TCU 5451 Wednesday night and give Houston the SWC I felt like Akeem was no factor in the but he went to the line and then just got said TCUs Doug on a oneandone shot too but the ball banked into the hoop off the The next free throw went through Reid Gettys later added two more free throws to ice the game for IGthranked now 30 in the SWC and 122 When I saw Akeem hit that one off the glass I knew that if that would anything said TCU Guard Darrell Other than he was no big We played about like we set out but they did a good job of hitting their free said TCU Coach Jim The victory was the first for the Cougars at Daniel Meyer Coliseum in five He Killingworth did excatly what they said they would do in the said Houston Coach Guy Browder scored 16 straight points in one stretch and finished with 18 points for the as TCU dropped to 21 in the SWC and 113 Browder has been burning people for four years and thats why he is all said Hes a heck of a We wanted to press Browder full I just wanted him slightly but obviously it didn t Michael Young was high for Houston with 19 followed by Clyde Drexler with Killingsworth said that even without the Horned Frogs had trouble getting away short All youve got to do is take it inside and youll get Spaulding imprinted on your head for a Killingsworth You cant go inside without getting it Houston is just an awesome said TCU guard Joe who scored 14 They have the best personnel that weve faced so far this A record TCU crowd of looked The Coliseum record is set in 1962 for an SMUTexas SWC playoff Virginia hangs on Cavs come back to post 8880 win Ayala still in jail AP Tony Ayala the World Boxing Associations topranked junior middleweight has been a model prisoner since being put behind bars on charges he sexually assaulted a woman who lived in his West Paterson apartment the Passaic county sheriff Hes probably the best Sheriff Edwin Englehardt said I wish all 562 prisoners we have were like He doesnt complain or ask for anything the sheriff Hes just a nice I dont feel sorry for but he impressed Ayala pleaded pleaded innocent Wednesday to charges in the sevencount The 19yearold fighter had his hands folded in front of him at the arraignment as Superior Court Judge Amos Saunders set March 28 as the trial Ayala will remain in the Passaic County Jail here in lieu of He has been behind bars since hours after the alleged assault on the Prosecutor Martin Kayne said Ayala will not be released until bail is posted for both the New Jersey indictment and a probation violation charge in Ayala was indicted by a Passaic County grand ury Monday on charges of aggravated aggravated sexual making a hreat to making a terroristic threat and two ounts of possession of a weapon for unlawful Ayala is serving 10 years probation after Reading guilty to an assault charge in Kings retake first with win over Spurs KANSAS CITY AP The San Antonio Spurs have heard of the Kansas City even if nobody else in the National Basketball Association Weve been telling everybody around the country that the Kings are for Thats the question were asked Spurs Coach Stan Albeck said Wednesday after San Antonio dropped a 118113 The win boosted the past San Antonio into first place by percentage points in the the NBA Midwest Kansas City has now beaten San Antonio three times in four the only loss an overtime defeat on the Kings home The Kings played well and they made the big plays down the Albeck I think the race will go down to the wire with the Kings and Kings Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons is just happy to be in the especially after the club finished out of sight with a 3052 record a year Jf were standing on our feet at the AllStar break we will be a legitimate he Fitzsimmons threecenter offense bore fruit again Wednesday as one of the trio tossed in 23 We have three centers and we throw them all at you and hope one of them has a good Fitzsimmons Thats the way well continue to do it until we get a Ralph Sampson or somebody like that to dominate the The Kings scored 12 straight points midway through the third quarter to take command of the The scoring burst came after San Antonio had outscored the Kings 156 in the first four minutes of the quarter for a 7575 tie after trailing by as much as 15 in the first The drew to within four points with 53 seconds left in the but missed four of six free throw attempts in the final 55 Eddie Johnson scored 20 points and Ray Williams and Mike Woodson each had 19 for Kansas Larry Drew handed out 12 of the Kings 33 George Gervin scored 29 points to pace the Nobody shoots it like Fitzsimmons By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS North Carolina State Coach Jim Valvano ad mitted Ralph Sampson was absolutely But there was another matter to be With a healthy Dereck the Wolfpack had romped to a 16point over Virginia in the first Without Whit tenburg in the second 19thranked State lost an 8880 decision to the secondranked Cavaliers Wednesday Losing Whittenburg the way he was per forming is akin to losing Valvano What can I say Whittenburg scored all 27 of his points in the first half including seven 3pointers from outside the Atlantic Coast Conferences 19foot bonus But early in the second States most prolific scorer broke his right The 7foot4 Sampson scored 19 of his 33 points in the second half and grabbed 21 rebounds as Virginia averted Virginia outscored State 144 to close out the half trailing with Sampson controlling the Cavaliers rallied twice in the second half to They had us back on our heels in the first attacking on both offense and Virginia Coach Terry Holland Thurl Bailey added a careerhigh 25 points for the 73 and 11 in the while Rick Carlisle had 14 for 121 and 30 in con In the Top Twentys only Michigan downed 17 Minnesota In other games involving ranked 9 Louisville defeated Duke llthranked North Carolina edged Maryland 14thrated Missouri clobbered Northern Iowa 15 Villanova defeated Pitt 6648 and 16thranked Houston beat Texas Christian Top Ten Milt Wagner scored 21 and the Cardinals of Louisville thwarted a Duke rally to post their 12th victory in 14 Duke cut the Louisville lead to nine on three buckets by David But two free throws and a basket by freshman Billy Thompson put Louisville ahead by with to Lancaster Gordon added 16 points for which hit 40 of 56 field goal attempts for Henderson led Duke with 19 Second Ten Michigan recovered from a 4334 deficit in the second half by outscoring Minnesota 144 getting six points from Butch Wade to take a 4847 lead with left in the Big Ten Leslie Rockymore paced Michigan with 15 while Randy Breuer had 20 for which lost for only the second time in 12 Jim Braddock hit a threepoint field goal with 10 seconds left to boost North Carolina over Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference The Tar won their eighth game in a Michael Jordan blocked an attempted layup by Chuck Coach Lefty Driesells to preserve the victory at the Jordan led North Carolina with 17 and Ben Coleman had 20 for Greg Cavener scored a careerhigh 22 points to pace Missouri to an easy victory over Northern Missouri outscored the Panthers 102 in the first three minutes of the second half to lead also got 15 points from Jon John Pinone scored 19 and 92 Villanova led by as many as 20 points to beat Pittsburgh in a Big East Conference Villanova outscored Pitt 122 to take a 166 lead early in the and the rout was Pitts Clyde the leading scorer in the was held to only 12 Michael Young scored 19 and Akeem Olajuwon and Reed Gettys each hit a pair of free throws in the final 37 seconds to lift Houston over Texas The which gave Houston a 122 was the first for the Cougars at Fort in five Darrell Browder led TCU with 18 Unrauked Teams John Paxson scored 16 of his 20 points in the second half as Notre Dame buried Canisius Forward Bill Varner added 19 points for the while Ray Hall had 13 points for the Golden Alfrederick Hughes scored 27 and LoyolaChicago upended DePaul Hughes scored 19 of his points in the second half to hand DePaul its second straight It was the first time in 179 games that DePaul had lost two in a The Blue now were led by Kenny Patterson with 22 ;