New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, January 19, 1984, Page 9

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January 19, 1984

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 19, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald-Ze/funp Thursday, January 19,1964    9 Briefly On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 7 p.m. — Skiing, ESPN. 9 p.m. — Pro basketball: Loa Angelet at Phoenix, USA 10 p.m. — College basketball: California et UCLA, ESPN. FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 p m. — College basketball: DePaul at South Florida, WCN, ESPN 7 p.m. - College basketball: Vanderbilt at Kentucky, WTBS. 8 p.m. - Boxing, ESPN. Local sports William Et Mary 73, VMI BS MIDWEST Bowling Groan 58, W. Michigan 54 Kansas 73, Missouri 56 Miami, Ohio 84, No. Illinois 62 Nebraska 64, Iowa St. 63 No. Iowa 69, W. Illinois 52 Ohio St. 62, Michigan 60 Ohio U. 57, Cent. Michigan 56. OT Toledo 63. Kent St. 61 Utica 68, Youngstown St. 67 SOUTHWEST Oklahoma St. 60. Kansas St. 58 So. Methodist 83, Texas ABM 56 Taxas Christian 76, BaykK 54 Texas Tech 76. Rice 68. OT FAR WEST Oklahoma IOO, Colorado 89 THURSDAY 6 p.m. - Girls’ basketball: Smithson Valley JV. varsity at Southside. 6 p m - Girls' basketball: Canyon JV, varsity at New Braunfels. FRIDAY 6 p m - Boys' basketball: New Braunfels JV, varsity at Fredericksburg 6 p.m. — Boys' basketball: Southside JV, varsity at Smithson Valley. 6 p m. - Boys' basketball. Comales JV, varsity at Canyon Hockey National Hockey League By The Associeted Press Wales Conference Patrick Division Pro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L T 31 15    2 27 15 24 14 23 21 10 33 9 31 W L 30    9 28 11 21    17 21 20 17 23 Boston Philadelphia New York New Jersey Washington Central Division Milwaukee    23    16 Detroit    22    17 Atlanta    21    19 Chicago    15    21 Cleveland    12    27 Indiana    IO    27 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah    25    14 Dallas    22    18 San Antonio    17    23 Kansas City    16    22 Denver    16    24 Houston    15    25 Pacific Division Los Angeles    24    14 Portland    26    16 Seattle    20    17 Golden State    19    21 Phoenix    17    22 San Diego    13    27 Wednesday s Games Philadelphia 109. Cleveland 107 New Jersey 124, Detroit 115 Milwaukee 99. Atlanta 90 San Antonio 148. Denver 127 Seattle 114. Dallas 107 San Diego 11O. Washington 101 Thursday's Games Chicago at New York Los Angeles at Phoenix Portland at Golden State College scores Wednesday s College Basketball Scores By The Associated Presa EAST Boston Coll 81, Northeastern 78. OT Boston U. 68. Colgate 62 Delaware 78. American 75 Delaware St. 88. Brooklyn Cod 79 Fordham at St Peter's, ppd . snow Georgetown 80. Providence 76 Navy 76. Lafayette 67 Rider 76. Montclair St 68 St Francis. Pa 76. Caburn 59 Syracuse 95. Connecticut 68 ViManova 84. Seton Had 67 W Virginia 63. St Bonaventure 51 Wagner 66. Lehigh 49 SOUTH Alabama St. 106. Grambling St. 77 Alcorn St 69. Mississippi Valley 60 Florida St 92. Baptist Cod 75 Louisville 78. Cincinnati 64 Memphis St 75. S Carolina 58 N Carolina 69. Virginia 66 N Carolina St 81, N C- Wilmington 53 Nicholls St 73. NW Louisiana 50 Richmond 66. George Mason 67 Stetson 70. Mercer 68 Tolar ie 49. SE Louisiana 44 Pct. GB 769 .718    2 553    8% .512 IO 425 13% .590    - .564 I 525    2% 417    6% 308 ll .270 12 641    - 550    3% .426 BH 421    8% .400    9% 375 10% .632    - 619    - .541    3% 475    6 436    7% 325 12 Camp Non it Pts GF GA 64 223 161 59 193 175 55 199 167 49 169 159 23 131 202 23 137 202 64 192 154 63 206 140 56 221 165 44 173 174 35 151    186 50 211 211 43 174 194 40 157 179 38 186 219 34 163 202 74 277 186 45 174    194 39 183 197 39 203 232 37 199 224 NY Isles NY Rangers Philadelphia Washington New Jersey Pittsburgh Adams Division Buffalo    30    13    4 Boston    30    13    3 Quebec    26    16    4 Montreal    21    23    2 Hartford    15    24    5 ipbetl Conference tis Division Minnesota    23    19    4 St. Louis    19    24    5 Chicago    18    25    4 Toronto    16    24    6 Detroit    15    27    4 Smythe Division Edmonton    35    8    4 Calgary    18    19    9 Vancouver    17    26    5 Winnipeg    16    23    7 Los Angeles    14    24    9 Wednesday's Games N.Y Rangers 6. St. Louis 2 Winnipeg 5. Pittsburgh 4, OT Calgary 4. Detroit 2 N Y Islanders 9. Chicago 1 Toronto 9. Minnesota 4 Edmonton 7, Vancouver 5 Buffalo 4, Los Angeles 0 Thursday's Games Quebec at Boston Montreal at Hartford New Jersey at Philadelphia Friday's Games Pittsburgh at N.Y Rangers St. Louis at New Jersey Chicago at Washington Minnesota at Detroit Vancouver at Winnipeg Los Angeles at Edmonton Transactions Wednesday s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL Amnfinn LoBQutf CLEVELAND INDIANS - Signed Pat Tablet. George Vukovtch and Kevin Rhomberg. out fielders, Junior Noboa. infielder, snd Tom Wadded. Mike Jeffcoet. Rich Doyle. Jose Roman and Rich Thompson, pitchers FOOTBALL National Football League AFC Named BiH Kenney, quarterback of the Kansas City Chiefs, to the AFC team for the Pro Bowl Game, replacing Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins United States Football League MICHIGAN PANTHERS - Announced an agreement on a contract with Walter Broughton and Shawn Faulkner, running backs. Carlton Rose, linebacker, and John Loft. defensive back HOCKEY National Hockey Leegue NEW JERSEY DEVILS - Acquired Gary Mc Adam, right wing. from the Washington Capitals lor an undisclosed amount of cash Arkansas    13    2    .867    4 SMU    15    4    789    3 Texas Tech    9    6    600    3 Texas A&M    8    7    563    2 TCU    8    8    500    I Rice    5    9    429    2 Texas    4    IO    286    0 Baylor    4    ll    267    0 Monday's game Texas A&M 75, Texas Wesleyan 67 Wednesday's games Texas Tech 76, Rice 68 TCU 76, Baylor 54 SMU 83. Texas ABM 56 Thursday's game Arkansas at Texas Friday's game Rice at Houston Saturday's games Texas Tech at Arkansas Baylor at Texas TCU at Texas ABM Moses wins Owens award NEW YORK (AP) -Edwin Moses was named winner of the fourth annual Jesse Owens International Amateur Athlete Award. Moses has won 87 consecutive finals and 96 races overall in the event. He set the world record with a clocking of 47.02 last year at Koblenz, West Germany. Players honor Theismann TAMPA, Fla. (AP) -Quarterback Joe Theismann of the Washington Redskins was named the NFC’s Most Valuable Player and running back Curt Warner of Seattle was chosen the AFC’s MVP by the National Football League Players Association. SWC standings SouthwMt Corif*r*rvc* Basketball By Th# Associated Press Overall W L Pct W Houston    16    2    882    5 1.000 600 750 400 200 400 OOO OOO Softball meeting scheduled The New Braunfels Softball Association will hold an organizational meeting today at 7 p.m. at the luanda Recreation Center. Officers will be elected for the next term at the meeting. For more information, call 629-6196 between I p.m. and 8 p.m. weekdays. Junior bowlers to seek pledges Junior bowlers from Comal Bowl will be visiting local businesses, financial insitutions and individuals next week seeking pledges for the Cystic Fibrosis Founadation’s Bowl for Breath campaign. The bowlers will be asking for a per-pin pledge, with the total donation to CF based on the bowlers’ score in regular league play Jan. 28. For more information, or to make a pledge, call Comal Bowl at 625-6263. NB umpires to meet Jan. 30 The New Braunfels Umpire Association will hold an organizational meeting Jan. 30 at the Landa Recreation Center at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in umpiring during the 1984 softball season should attend the meeting. KAMAL Old Fashioned Hamburgers Old-Fashioned Prices 5 For *3.49 Frosh Ground Beef All the Fixins Call t>25- 62t>J Brin^ This Ail For One Free Order Of Fries Per Order DON’T LOOK NOW BUT... MINUTE MAN MUFFLER SHOP HAS ALL NEW LOW PRICES FOR 1984 JUST CALL US JJ(<' 4x/t<t<4±/y<44i 4tu/4J-H4d{ #<*** /i 4J4'^4t /^4j4jA‘ 919 W. Court Acron (rom Vanity Du** Inn 3794)102 •••SS©®* Conf L Pct. 0 I OOO Tar Heels survive scare by Virginia By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Top-ranked North Carolina still is unbeaten, although Virginia again did its best to wreck the Tar Heels. Michael Jordan scored 23 points aa North Carolina withstood a furious Virginia rally for a 69-66 Atlantic Coast Conference basketball victory Wednesday night in Chapel Hill, N.C. North Carolina seemed to be in charge this time, holding a 58-37 lead midway in the second half when Othell Wilson sparked a Cavalier charge. Wilson scored 13 points as Virginia outscored the Tar Heels 21-1 to pull within 58-58 with 5:34 left. “Othell was shooting from very far out,” Jordan said. “In the zone, that’a what we wanted. But he was pretty hot.” Jordan, however, snapped the streak with a jump shot with 4:50 to go. Later, he added a foul shot to boost North Carolina’s lead to 63-58. Virginia did pull within 8846 with 45 seconds remaining, but Rick Carlisle missed a shot that would have tied It and North Carolina’s Sam Perkins was fouled while grabbing the rebound. He made one foul shot, giving the Tar Heels their 13th victory and fourth in ACC play. Virginia now la 11-2 overall and 1-3 In the conference. Four other ranked teems were action Wednesday night, and all four managed to win. Sixth-ranked Georgetown beat Providence 88-76, No. 16 Boston College topped Nor theaatern 81-78 in overtime, No. 16 Memphis State breezed by South Carolina 7848 and No. 30 Oklahoma downed Colorado 16848 In double overtime. Patrick Ewing and David Wingate scored 18 points apiece to pace Georgetown over Providence in Big East action. The Hoyas, 14-2, took control with an 11-4 spurt that gave them a 64-53 lead with nine minutes remaining. Providence then narrowed the gap to four points in the final minute. The game was moved from the Capital Centre to the 4,000-seat McDonough Arena on campus because of a snowstorm that hit Washington, D.C., during the day. Martin Clark’s layup with 40 seconds left in overtime helped Boston College continue its 20-year domination of Northeastern. Jay Murphy, who led BC with 30 points, made two free throws with one second left to seal the victory in Newton, .„„ccV* AWI'* C* th® att'c enc*"' ** cageot r . ► s* , 11 Northeastern’s Mark Haspel, who scored 23 points, made a layup with 4:32 left In regulation to tie it at 73. Neither team scored again before the overtime. BC, 12-3, has basten Northeastern 19 consecutive times ainee 1984. Philip Haynes scored 19 points to pace a balanced Memphis State attack In Columbia, S.C. The Tigers led South Carolina 33-34 at halftime and went on to raise their season record to 13-3. Wayman Tisdale scored 38 points and Jan Pannell hit eight straight free throws aa Oklahoma battled Colorado and the Buffalo fans In Boulder, Colo. Playing before 10,649, Colorado's •econd-largest home crowd, Oklahoma, 14-2, called a timeout with nine seconds left In the Big Eight game. When play resumed, the Sooner players gathered at halfcourt and traded Insults with the Colorado fans. .o9 wrsSW*** A#*1 ;

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