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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 10, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Bfiiuntels Carl Lewis named Sportsman of Year NEW YORK AP Carl Lewis Its time to go out and have some fun this Last there was a lot of a lot of a lot of Lewis referring to the 1984 Los Angeles Despite all those Lewis was ready for the quadriennial He was entered in four events and he won them That accomplishment not only enabled him to match the late Jesse Owens modernday Olympic track and field record for but it helped earn Lewis The Associated Press Male Athlete of the Year which was announced It was the second successive year that he had won the award only the third athlete to receive it two consecutive The others were golfer Byron Nelson in 194445 and tennis player Don Budge in Lewis was an overwhelming He received 46 votes in balloting by a group of national sportswriters and Quarterback Dan Marino of the Miami who set National Football League records with yards passing and 48 finished a distant second with 24 He was followed by quarterback Doug the Heisman Trophy winner from Boston with 17 votes intermediate hurdler Edwin winner of Olympic gold medals in 1976 and 1984 and un beaten in 109 consecutive with 15 and running back Eric Dickerson of the Los Angeles who set an NFL rushing record with with seven Lewis will receive the award at the Tampa Sports Club banquet at Mary Lou the heroine of the United States womens Olympic gym nastics team and The APs Female Athlete of the Year for will be honored at the same The 23yearold winning the same events as Owens did in the 1936 Berlin captured the 100meter dash in the 200meter dash in the long jump at 28 onequarter inch and anchored the 400 meter relay team to a world record clocking of Lewis said he should feel quite comfortable competing this because he wont have to worry about the he plans to compete in four meets and possibly He will long jump at the Wanamaker Millrose Games 25 at New and sprint in the Dallas Times Herald Invitational 2 at the Los Angeles Times Indoor Games 8 at and the Olympic Invitational 9 at East The other possibility is the USAMobil Indoor Track and Field Championships 22 at New Carl Lewis his schedule is not set but he said he plans to take a shot at world records in the 200 and long There wont be any pressure this said so Im just going to go out and enjoy what Im Unranked Tulsa upsets Oklahoma 10489 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Wayman Tisdale was billed as the star at but it was Steve Harris who stole the Harris scored 35 had seven steals and five rebounds Wednesday night in leading Tulsa to a 10489 romp over 8 Oklahoma in an often acrimonious battle for college basketball supremacy in the Sooner Unranked Tulsa improved its record to 102 while condemning Oklahoma to its fourth loss in 14 and also kept AllAmerican center Tisdale out of the record Tisdale needed 32 points to set a Big Eight Conference career scoring record but fell six short against a Tulsa defense that surrounded him every time he touched the Oklahoma Coach Billy who drew a pair of technical fouls in the first felt his team got a raw deal from the three game We couldve shot a thousand free throws Tubbs I think we had a hole dug for Tulsa Coach Nolan Richardson chose to avoid discussion of the and instead heaped praise on who scored so many points you forget what hes I thought he was going to score In other games involving ranked Mark Alarie scored 22 points and Johnny Dawkins had 18 in secondranked Dukes 8763 thumping of East Carolina 4 Southern Methodist won for the 12th time in 13 starts by ripping outmanned Baylor 9563 Dave Popson hit a jumper with seven seconds to go and Curtis Hunter added two free throws to give 5 North Carolina a 7574 squeaker over Maryland 6 Memphis State bombed Tennessee State 9057 behind Willie Bectons 19 points and Steve Woodside struck for a careerhigh 21 points in 20 Oregon States 59 54 defeat of Junior forward Kenny Walker scored all but four of his 28 points in the second half in leading streaking Kentucky to a 5745 victory over has won seven straight after its worst start in 58 years and sits atop the Southeastern Conference with a 30 Terry Coner scored 22 points in Alabamas 7967 defeat of Louisiana State in a battle of SEC Alabama is 103 overall and 22 in the league while LSU slipped to 93 and Brad Sellers scored 22 points against his old school to help Ohio State to a 9988 victory over Wisconsin and Joe Kleine scored 19 of his 27 points as Arkansas held off Texas Christian 6759 Houstons Alvin Franklin scored 24 points as the beat Texas Tech In other it was La Salle Fairfield 89 Lehigh Lafayette 65 Providence Con necticut 66 Louisville Tulane 51 Mississippi State Georgia 64 South Carolina Hartford 67 South Florida Florida State 54 Tennessee Auburn 74 Illinois State Southern Illinois 63 Kansas State Eastern Washington 43 Ohio Bowling Cireen 50 Missouri Northern Iowa 56 Texas Rice 53 Texas Marquette 69 and Fresno State Callrvine Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION Tennis Volvo USA 9 Basketball Seattle at Golden 10 Basketball Washington State at FRIDAY TELEVISION Tennis Volvo 7 Basketball Kansas at South Local sports THURSDAY 5 Girls basketball Boerne freshmen junior varsity at Smithson Valley FRIDAY Girls basketball New Braunfels junior varsity at Canyon 5 Boys basketball Canyon freshmen junior varsity at Luling 6 Boys basketball Floresville unioi varsity at Smithson Valley NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W 30 6 29 6 20 15 16 20 13 25 15 10 9 21 14 21 16 18 16 17 19 16 19 13 21 Philadelphia Washington New Jersey New Central Division Milwaukee Detroit Chicago WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Denver San Kansas Pacitic Division Lakers Clippers Golden State Wednesdays Games Boston 11 108 Philadelphia Detroit 122 Milwaukee Indiana 105 Denver New York 95 Phoenix Seattle 88 Thursdays Games Dallas at Kansas City Seattle at Golden Slate Utah at Lakers Fridays Games Washington al Boston Atlanta at New Jersey Houston at Philadelphia Indiana at Detroit New York at Chicago Lakers al Dallas Portland al San Antonio Cleveland al Milwaukee Kansas City at Denver Clippers at Phoenix 24 14 19 16 17 18 20 Pet 833 829 571 444 342 632 486 429 286 281 GB 600 583 629 472 457 382 24 19 6 16 8 16 9 15 10 10 13 Texas Tech 1 1 8 4 1 10 3 1 1 9 4 Texas 1 9 4 1 2 B 5 615 Baylor 2 000 7 6 539 Texas Christian 3 8 6 571 Mondays game Rice Noire Dame Wednesdays games Arkansas TCU Houston Texas Tech SMU Baylor 63 Texas Rice Texas Marquette 69 Fridays game SMU at Texas Satuidays games Houston at Baylor at Texas Christian Texas at Aikansas College Scores Wednesdays College Baskelbal By The Associated Press EAST Camsius Cornell 54 Towson St 76 La Salle Fairfield89 Lehigh Lafayette 65 Northeastern Maine 70 Providence Connecticut 66 Siena Si N Y 60 SOUTH Alabama Louisiana St 67 DukoR7 E Carolina 63 Horida A M Augusta Coll 76 Kentucky Mississippi 45 Lamar Marshall 67 Louisville Tulane 51 Memphis St Tennessee St 57 Mississippi Si Georgia 64 Murray St Austin Peay 69 Carolina Maryland 74 Carolina Hartlocd67 Florida Florida St 54 Stetson Blown 68 Tennessee Auburn 74 Tn Chattanooga W Carolina 69 Webber Put Calumet 80 MIDWEST Akron Edinboio St 60 Ball Si E Michigan 79 Chicago St Southern U 83 Illinois St S Illinois 63 lona Detroit OT Kansas St E Washington 43 Ohio Bowling Green 50 Missouri Iowa 56 N Illinois W Michigan OT Nebraska Wis Stevens Pt 62 Ohio Si Wisconsin 88 Ohio U Cent Michigan 66 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Texas Christian 59 Houston Texas Tech 74 Southern Methodist Baylor 63 Texas Rice 53 Texas Marquette 69 Texas San Antonio New Orleans 54 Tulsa Oklahoma 89 FAR WEST Fresno Si UC Irvine 66 Oregon Si Oregon 54 BASKETBALL National Baseketball Association HOUSTON ROCKETS Agreed to te Lauy on two i FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS Retained Siephenson head NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Retained Panti assistant coach Bolitiy Jimmv and Brittenham assistant HOCKEY National Hockey League EDMONTON OILERS Calle goalie from Kamloops c Hockey L e a gu e MONTREAL CANADIEMS mi left and John Nexvhcru nniii tiivi Sheihiooko ol the Amencan I caiiur COLLEGE AMERICAN FOOlRAll CO AC HIS ASSOCIATION Named Vimv pnMdrni Vic Bill and Named Joe ResIC Johnny Maiois Cuim Bill Cooper Hayden Ron Schipper anti jci to I he h n1 i1 NEVADA RENO Reinstauit Huiii In In liaskeiball fuxn suspensiivi Wednesday s Gamrs i Winrprii v 1 I Aliii 1 C Thuisday s Game N N PiiiU Si Friday s Gamr ar DmU NFL NHL By T he P Confererui Champio Sunday Jan 6 AFC Miami 45 NFC San haniiM r V I Super Bowl Jan 20 At Palo Alto Calif I i By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Pattick Division W 24 24 22 16 14 13 L 11 11 Ifi 19 20 22 Pts Washington Philadelphia NY Islanders Pittsburgh NY Ranyers New Jersey Adams Division Montreal 21 12 Buffalo 18 12 1 Quebec 19 17 Boston 18 16 Hartford 16 18 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Chicago 19 19 St Louis Minnesota Detroit Toronto Smytho Division Edmonton 28 8 Calgary 2115 Winnipeg 20 17 45 34 30 50 46 43 GF PI 1 1 187 Ml 148 13 165 152 168 152 134 GA 120 Ht 1 73 164 164 Good sports 3 41 122 158 143 165 151 59 1 CO 4 44 2015 200 1I5H HeraldZeitung 92500o Transactions swc By Tbf AMOctattd Prttt SoulhwMt Conference AH W U Pet W L 3 12 1 923 Wednetdeys Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American Leegue CLEVELAND INDIANS Released Rodney outfielder Sold Juan to the New York Yankees Signed Butch Orlando first and Dave Von Ohlen and Craig to contracts with Maine of the International League League MONTREAL EXPOS Traded Mike to the Minnesota Twins for Jack To fun loving home owners willing to display and show the all new Gold Eagle a full size 16x30 Volley Swimming fully equipped with the best of equipment including automatic cleaner and With 4 Redwood Deck around entire low winter price Price for only 00 4Vi deep 6255333 651 5630 512 Briefly NBMS seventh grade defeats Henry The New Braunfels Middle School seventh grade A team came away with a 2421 win over Henry Tuesday at The seventh grade B team lost a The eighth grade A and B teams travelled to Henry with both teams The A team lost 5422 while the B team was on the short side of a 1916 Course sets two events The next Sunday Scramble at the Landa Park Golf Course will be Sunday at while the next Guys and Dolls tournament will be 24 at 10 City to hold exercise class The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is spon soring an ongoing exerciseaerobics The classes will meet on Wednesdays and Thursdays from to at the Landa Recreation Cost is per person per For more call from 1 to 8 Monday through Rec center holding karate classes The Now Braunfels Parks and Hecreation Department is spon soring a lYintinous karate class for juniors iages 6121 from 7 to 8 and adults iages IS and over from 8 to i on Mondays and Thursdays at the Kunla Hocroation SportsWorld Seattles Knox named Coach of Vtaf LOUIS AP Sporting News magazine has named dNdc Rnox of OK Seattle to National Football League rf the Year for leading Seattle to a 1M its best who was elected by other NFL is the only cawrh to the award three times with different He received the award in 1178 with the Los Angles Rams 122 and in 1980 with the Buffalo Bills Seattle topped or equaled SO dob records and 35 individual records this Stpttlemyres sons picked in first round NEW YORK AP RighMwnded pitchers Todd and Mel the sons of former major league pitcher Mel were the first and third in the secondary phase in baseballs winter free agent Todd from Valley Junior College was selected by the Louis And after the Milwaukee Brewers chose Randy a right handed pitcher from Junior the Houston Astros selected Mel Stottlemyre who had attended the University of NevadaLas Their father played for the New York Yankees from 196474 and now is the pitching coach for the New York Navratliova ranked at the top NEW YORK AP John McEnroe and Martina Navratilova are the worlds 1 men and women ranked ac cording to World Tennis magazines annual world McEnroe and coin each finished with 782 records for the Jimmy Connors edged out Ivan at and Chris Evert Lloyd assumed a customary second place on the womens Panel to receive blood packing results AP ThfJ results of investigations into allegations that some Olympic cyclists received controversial blood packing transfusions before competing in Ixs Angeles will be presented to the board of the Cycling Federation later this a federation official Michael acting president of the said Wednesday that he would neither confirm nor deny the charges until the in vestigation by the federation and the Olympic Committee is com The results of the probe will be presented to the USCF board when it meets 1820 in Colorado he Right from inside the one faction is trying to slur the other said adding that he believed the dissent stems from the cycling teams success under a new Eddie Rorvsewicz of PUBLIC NOTICE In accordance with the Public Utility Regulatory Act and the Rules of the Public Utility Commission of Com munications of the Communications gives notice to all of its Texas customers that a new procedure for long distance billing was made effective on an inteum basis on August 1984 in Docket No The pmoeduie fefened to is Rate Period Specific Billing and it applies to message telephone service Long Distance calls including nonREACH OUT Texas calls within the State of Texas This new procedure effects all Long Distance customers All long distance calls and all interstate long distance cans aie cunently billed using this Undei this customers are billed a specific charge for long distance calls according to the rate 01 rates in effect throughout the time of each If a call begins in one rate period arid extends into a different rate the customer will be charg ed late is in effect tor each portion of the i 01 if a customer places a call at on a week oas and talks for ten the first two minutes of the call be charged at the full weekday rate which extends fiom a ni to 5 00 The remaining eight minutes of the call would be tmied at the evening tale which extends fiom to and includes a If Rate Period Specific Billing were not m the entire call would have been billed at the higher day iale Calls which extend from the evening tate period 25 dis to the night and weekend late period from the night and weekend rate period discount to he day rate pcuod no discount would also be billed according to the actual minutes of use during each rate period Communications anticipates a minimal increase of ap proximately in its revenues or approximately an nually A complete copy of the Rate Period Specific Billing tariff is on file with the Texas Public Utility Commission Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as A request to intervene or participate or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of 7800 Shoal Creek Suite Texas Further informa tion also may be obtained by calling the Public Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at 512 4580223 or 512 4580227 or 512 4580221 teletypewriter for the Free Home Demonstration I Communiqa A
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