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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 28, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New February Tennessee sacks 6358 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Kentucky Coach Joe Hall must be getting used to the In his 12 years basketball coach at the his Wildcats have beaten Tennessee only once at Monday night wasnt the Dan Federmann scored a gamehigh 19 points and had 12 rebounds against the twin towers of thirdranked Kentucky 7footl Sam Bowie and 611 Melvin Turpin as the Volunteers won 6358 to keep the Southeastern Conference race Hall had very little to say for his We didnt play very well at and Ten nessee was all he would Don the coach of felt the key this time was controlling Bowie and Bowie led the Wildcats with 18 while Turpin had Bowie scored eight of his points in the first half but missed a pair of free throws and five of six field goal attempts in the second half before fouling out with to We neutralized their big and that was DeVoe We made the big plays and outfought Kentuckys only victory at Knoxville in Halls tenure was the year the 197778 Wildcats won the national The Wildcats now are 214 124 in the Louisiana a 7773 winner over Florida Monday is just one game back of Kentucky at 115 with two games which fell out of the Top 20 after being ranked 19th last lost 7271 to Mississippi and trail the Wildcats by two Tennessee is 1811 but out of the conference race at In other games involving ranked 14 Memphis State defeated Cincinnati 56 Syracuse edged Johns 82 81 in overtime and 18thrated Temple defeated Massachusetts Memphis State clinched at least a tie in the Metro Conference by beating Freshman center William Bedford scored a careerhigh 18 points for the 215 overall and 112 in the Memphis State led 2827 at but the Tigers held Cincinnati scoreless for the first minutes of the second Cin cinnati now has lost 17 straight Metro Con ference Syracuse stopped a fivegame Johns winning streak in this Big East Conference The victory moved the Orangemen within a half game of firstplace Georgetown in the league with a 123 194 Greg a reserve hit a jumper from the corner with two seconds left after Syracuse held the ball for the final to give the Orangemen their onepoint vic Regulation ended in a 7878 tie on two free throws by Chris who led 179 Johns with a careerhigh 35 Rafael Addison had 28 for Temple pulled away from Massachusetts early by scoring 17 consecutive seven by senior Terence Stansbury finished with a gamehigh 19 17 in the first The 223 Owls led 4022 at halftime in the Atlantic Ten Conference Panthers hold off 2018 AP The Michigan Panthers looked but in the end they did the things that champions have to do and Coach Jim Stanley likes this early in the youve got to think the offense did a great Stanley said after watching Novo Bojovics 20yard field goal sail between the uprights as time ran out Monday giving the Panthers a 2018 United States Football League victory over the Chicago A lot of good things The defeat in the seasonopener for both teams was hard for the Blitz to Im disappointed and so are the Chicago Coach Marv Levy But I think we are definitely stronger this I believe we are headed in a positive New Orleans may sign Dupree NEW ORLEANS AP Marcus Dupree reportedly has agreed to a five contract with the New Orleans Breakers of the United States Football League and apparently could be signed this week if all the details are worked The New Orleans TimesPicayune and StatesItem today reported terms of the contract which it said had been agreed to in Were very was all Breakers owner Joe Canizaro would say Monday when asked about the In the Blitz led the Panthers four but each time Michigan quarterback Bobby Hebert managed to rally his Hebert looked rusty after missing most of camp in a contract but his numbers were bright and shiny as he completed 20 of 34 passes for 2 yards and two touchdowns without any Sometimes I didnt feel right out and sometimes I felt 100 percent as good as I did last Hebert My lack of practice time My timing wasnt always right and I threw some bad Heberts favorite target was Anthony who caught seven passes for 107 yards and one The Blitz opened the scoring into the game with a 41yard field goal by Kevin The Panthers answered three plays later with Hebert and Derek Holloway hooking up on a 49yard TD pass But Chicago went ahead 107 on its next possession as quarterback Vince Evans plunged over from 1 yard Hebert flipped a 16yard touchdown strike to Carter five seconds into the second quarter but the Blitz regained the lead on a 2 yard run by Larry UT women still atop poll By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Texas posted five victories last including three in the Northern Lights Tournament at the University of to maintain first place in the weekly womens basketball rankings announced The with the most victories among Division I received 37 firstplace votes and points from the nationwide panel of 58 womens coaches who participated in this weeks The balloting is compiled by Mel Greenberg of The Philadelphia Louisiana Southern and Old all went through the week unscathed to hold the second through fifth The who are at Hawaii received 11 firstplace votes and Southern Cal collected two firstplace The defending NCAA champions with a onegame lead are heading for a showdown with 6 Long Beach State for the Western Collegiate Athletic Association crown Georgia received the remaining eight first place The defending Southeastern Con ference champions will open the league which theyre against either 18 Auburn or Florida on Long Beach and each moved a spot to sixth and seventh while fell two spots to eighth after being upset by Missouri could win the regular Big Eight title with two victories this including one at 11 Kansas State on The currently trail the Tigers by a Mississippi meets either Vanderbilt or Mississippi State in an SEC quarterfinal contest on Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7 College basketball Connecticut at 8 College basketball Oklahoma at 8 College basketball Evansville at WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7 College basketball Pittsburgh at 7 College basketball Indiana at 7 College basketball North Carolina State at 9 College basketball Indiana at 9 College basketball Louisville at Briefly Local sports TUESDAY Baseball Smithson Valley at scrim Baseball Holy Cross at New THURSDAY Baseball Canyon Austin Anderson at Fredericksburg 3 Baseball Smithson Valley at San Baseball Austin LBJ at New FRIDAY Tennis District 134A team Girls track New Smithson Valley at Westlake Chaparral Baseball Blanco at Smithson SATURDAY Tennis District 134Ateam Boys track New Smithson Valley at Westlake Chaparral 1 Baseball Round Rock Westwood at New Local track Here are the schedules for the local track teams March 2 Westlake Chaparral Relays Canyon New Braunfels Smithson Valley March 3 Westlake Chaparral Relays Canyon New Braunfels Smithson Valley March 10 Smithson Valley Ranger Relays Canyon New Braunfels Smithson Valley Canyon New Braunfols Smithson Valley March 17 Kerrvllle Antler Relays Canyon New Braunfels Smithson Valley Canyon Now Braunfels Valley March 24 Seguin Matador Relays Canyon New Braunfels Canyon New Braunfels Llano Jacket Relays Smithson Valley Smithson Valley March 31 Canyon Cougar Relays Canyon New Braunfels Canyon New Braunfels Randolph RoHawk Relays Smithson Valley Smithson Valley Aprils District 134 A meet Canyon New Vaunfels Diitricl 263A meet Smithson Valley April New Brauntels Unicorn Relays Canyon New Braunfels Smithson Valley April 14 South Austin Relays Canyon New Braunfels Marlon Relays Smithson Valley April 18 District 263A Randolph Snithson Valley Apiil 1818 ClMt 4A Region Corpus Christi Canyon New Braunfels 3A Region Kingsyllte Smithson Valley April Dittflcl 134A Kerrvllle Canyon May 4 Clue 4A Region Christ Canyon New 3A Region Klngivlife Smithson Valley GMeCtoeMAittle MeyB Olrie Clate 3A May 11 Soye ClMt 4A May 12 Soyi 3A MM Pro football United States Football League By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic W 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 PF PA 17 6 17 9 3 7 14 53 1 1 1 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 53 13 20 9 6 20 7 14 10 17 17 17 18 3 17 20 10 13 0 0 0 0 35 27 10 7 10 27 35 New Jersey Philadelphia Pittsburgh Washington Southern Jacksonville New Orleans Tampa Bay Memphis Birmingham WESTERN CONFERNCE Central Michigan Oklahoma Chicago Houston San Antonio Pacific Arizona Denver Los Angeles Oakland Sundays Games New Jersey Birmingham 6 Philadelphia Memphis 9 Arizona Oakland 7 New Orleans San Antonio 10 Oklahoma Pittsburgh 3 Jacksonville Washington 14 Tampa Bay Houston 17 Denver Los Angeles 10 Mondays Game Michigan Chicago 18 College scores Mondays CollegeBasketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Boston New Hampshire 60 Cornell Rochester 50 Delaware Shore 81 Northeastern Niagara 90 Providence Howard 56 SOUTH Florida George 83 VMI65 George Mason Radford 56 Georgia Vanderbilt 71 Louisiana Florida 73 Memphis Cincinnati 44 Mississippi Auburn 71 Murray SE Louisiana 44 New Orleans Texas 71 Nicholls NW Louisiana 57 Alabama Bethune Cookman 75 Carolina Mississippi 62 Carolina Alcorn 71 SW Louisiana NE Louisiana 71 Stetson 47 Tennessee Kentucky 58 Appalachian 56 Carolina Davidson 61 MIDWEST Bay 67 Iowa SW Missouri 51 SOUTHWEST Rock HardinSimmons 59 Houston Baptist Mercer 57 Lamar Pan American 63 Oral Roberts 76 McNeese Arkansas 81 Oklahoma City Detroit 63 Rice Prairie View 44 TexasSan Antonio Texas 88 FAR WEST Arizona California 49 Arizona UCLA 67 Brigham Young Air Force 67 Colorado Utah 59 Fullerton Long Beach 51 TOURNAMENTS MAAC Tournament First Round Fordham Fairfiefd 69 La Salle Manhattan 60 SWC standings Southwell Conference Basketball By The Associated Press Conference All Games W L W L Houston 14 0 26 3 891 Arkansas 12 2 22 5 Southern 10 4 22 6 Texas Tech 9 6 16 10 Texas 7 8 14 12 RM 6 9 10 15 Texas 3 11 7 18 Texas Christian 3 12 10 16 BeykH 1 13 5 20 Sundays Game Houston Arkansas Mondays Game Rice Prairie View 44 Wednesdays Games Rice at Baylor at SMU at Pro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division Boston Philadelphia New York New Jersey Washington Central Division Milwaukee Detroit Atlanta Chicago Cleveland Indiana WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah Dallas Kansas City Denver San Antonio Houston Pacific Division Los Angeles Portland Seattle Golden State Phoenix San Diego Mondays Game New York Atlanta 92 Tuesdays Games Washington at Indiana Detroit at Atlanta Dallas at San Antonio Cleveland at Kansas City Los Angeles at Chicago Seattle at Houston Utah at Phoenix Denver at Golden State San Diego at Portland W L 43 14 34 23 34 24 29 29 GB 9 9 14 26 31 17 24 24 28 33 34 39 24 27 32 34 35 35 19 24 26 32 32 37 1 10 11 3 9 10 1114 314 6 12 12 1714 Golf Here are the team results from Comal ISO Golf Tournament Monday at Landa Park Golf Course Team score Randolph 321 Kenedy 342 Yoakum 343 New Brauntels A 349 Luling 350 Gonzales 373 Canyon A 373 Smithson Valley A 374 GregoryPortland 378 San Marcos Academy 380 Boerne 382 Leander 384 Fredericksburg 391 Canyon B 402 New Braunfels B 405 Here are the top five places In the individual competition team score Tab Kenedy 74 Bobby Randolph 78 Kevin Randolph 80 Jeff Randolph 81 James Yoakum 82 Doug Van Yoakum 82 New Braunfels 82 Tom Randolph 82 Top 20 The AP Top Twenty By The Associated Press The Top Twenty teams In the Associated Press 198384 college basketball with firstplace votes In total points based on 2019 reco rd through Monday and last weeks ranking Record Pts Pvs Carolina 162 241 1240 1 253 1133 3 214 1078 4 243 1072 2 212 1015 5 fcOMehoma 243 888 8 252 863 7 El Paso 242 773 9 232 671 10 204 658 6 195 657 13 Arkansas 225 586 11 Wellington 205 415 18 216 408 12 15 Duke 226 283 14 196 188 16 Forest 187 15 223 169 17 177 159 161 20 Mabry leads LLG A tourney Mary Mabry shot a net 64 to win the A flight of the Landa Ladies Golf Association low net tournament at Landa Park Golf Carol Hansen was second in A flight with net In B Grace Bonnett and Alvina Glubka tied with net In C Myna Johnson was first with net 59 and Carol Beebe and Millie Knapke tied for second at net Guerrero take NBGA tournament Lancaster and Jimmy Guerrero shot a 57 to win the 18hole title of the New Braunfels Golf Association two man team Nassau tournament at Landa Park Golf Reid and Backerman won the front nine with while four teams tied at 27 on the back nine Thompson and Hartzell Hart and Lane Reeh and Parks and Lancaster and Leonard Tuch had the low gross with Hart and Shoemaker tied for low net at while Guerrero and Reid were at Foursome take Sunday Scramble The team of Drummond and Emma Wedin shot a 64 to win the Sunday Scramble at Landa Park Golf Second at 65 was the team of and Hartzell and Myra Two teams tied for third at 66 Meyers and and Warawa Verna Wilkie and Mary The next Sunday Scramble will be March 11 at Babe Ruth League to hold meeting The New Braunfels Babe Ruth League will have an organizational meeting Wednesday at at the Babe Ruth diamond at Comal Anyone interested in youth baseball should For more call Lonnie Hadlock at 6256017 or 6257468 or Stella Hansmann at Umpires to meet Wednesday The New Braunfels Umpire Association will hold an organizational meeting at the Landa Recreation Center at 7 Anyone interested in umpiring during the 1984 softball season should For more call the rec center at Karate classes offered at center The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor karate classes for juniors ages 6 to 12 from 7 to 8 and seniors 13 and older from 8 to 9 on Mondays and Thursdays beginning March The classes will be at the Landa Recreation and they emphasize selfconfidence and For more call the center at Softball signup set March 59 Registration for the New Braunfels Softball Association spring season will be March 59 from 1 to 8 at the Landa Recreation The entry fee for the mens league will be per team plus per and the entry fee for the womens and church leagues will be per team plus per The preseason tournament will begin March 19 and league play will begin April For more call the rec center at 6296196 from 1 to 8 Radio Radio Shaek COMPUTER S200 OFF TRS80 COMPUTERS FOR HOME OR OFFICE Model 4 Family Computer AS LOW AS 261067 45 PER MONTH 16K 12 Printer Interface and TypewriterStyle Keyboard with Datapad Learn BASIC Programming with EasytoUse Beginners Manual Included or Add a Recorder and Use ReadytoRun Software Easy to Expand as Skills and Needs Grow Model 4 Desktop Business System Commercial Leate Available For Only Per Month Applicable Tax 261069 179900 Two Builtin 184K Disk Expendable 64K 80Character by 24Line Plus Communications and Parallel Printer Interfaces Plus Compatible for Thousands of Applications i Add Modem and Hard Disk Storage Plus is a trademark ol Digital Research Enjoy Total Support from the Worlds Largest Computer Retailer CMfCK VOIW PHONE MOK FOR THE HMTKIMTING JfcMfc COMPUTER CENTER OR OEAIEH NEAREST YOU SM CitiLine is a service mark ol Citicorp A 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