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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 11, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                The Kansas City ifoutth quafter sttatrMty night gaveDailas mfck Mdtta a new oh a team the Mavericks handled easily last Butthatlks to a gameMying sh6t in the fttial seconds iby R61arido Blatikttian and a string of seven unanswered points Jate in the Mavericks prevailed WllOin the National Basketball Association The victory raised Dallas record to two games behind Houston in the NBAs Midwest Kansas City fCllto It was a completely different teamthan we faced five nights Mdtta referring to the U35107 pounding Dallas gave the Kings on Saturday the widest margin the Kings have lost by this I thought we had the game under control with two minutes to go and a threepoint Motta said of the Situation late in the fourth The Kings did everything they had to do to win except The Kings snatched a fourpoint lead after rolling off eight straight points with less than a minute remaining in regulation play before Brad Davis hit a jumper to narrow the margin to Blackman tied the game at 103403 with 12 seconds to and Mark Aguirrc recovered an errant pass from Mark Olberding as time ex pired in NBA By CONFERENCE Utah 17 20 SariAHtbrtlo i6 19 KaMai f 3 22 Pablfltf Division Lakers 25 11 PhBanix 19 5 1 5 1371 8 I d 1 1 i 9 J Clippers i 8 1 Beaton 16 10 Philadelphia i 10 1454 Washington New Jersey 1 1 Kansas CHy 1 1 New Ybtk Golden State Contra Lakers Utah Milwaukee Detroit Washington at Chicago at New Atlanta Houston M Indiana at Cleveland 9 WESTERN York at Chicago Lakorsel Midwest at San Houston ClevelaHd 81 Donver City at Dallas Clippers at Lakers saidon his Way Jazz 11 Magic For some Utah Jazz Goaeh Frank Layden was marching tothe beat of a different With two minutes left in their game and ithe Jazz far behind the Los Angeles Layden got off the walked across the court to congratulate opposing Coach Pat and then went to the locker At the Los Angeles was ahead After Layden the Jazz reeled off an 112 scoring streak but still I didnt have to I wanted to I just want1 to get out of 1 missed two gamegwithf finger made a successfulreturn to1 tie and contributed 10 JamesWorthy scored points for the who won for the iOtti time in their last 11 SuperSonics 89 Warriors 86 Jack Sikma made two foul shots with 32 seconds left to put Seattle ahead 8736 and Reggie King added a pair of free throws with 11 seconds Dallas Rolando who sent Thursdays game into overtime sSam piattice made1 the 17 Spartans trailed Purdue 0357 with Jiik a minute left in regulation Thursday night before Vincent Went into his Me scored seven quick including the tying basket with 12 sec6nds to fbrftethe game into Then he Stored eight of Michigan States 1 first ilpoints in the extra session duHng an 8172 Big Ten Conference a guard who had only six points at wound up with S9 and somepraise frorti his Jud They were playing a triangle and doubling up on Vincent most of the So We had him go to the Outside so they couldnt doubleteam He took He does that a lot in but this is the first time in a Heathcote Only three other ranked teams played Thursday and they all 11 Indiana downed Nor thwestern 7750 15 Illinois stopped Michigan 6458 in overtime and 18 Virginia Commonwealth beat Western Kentucky Simpson leads Bob Hope Classic PALM AP A week ago Tim Simpson was bedded with the flu at home in His doctor told him not to even bother going to the Bob Hope Classic golf His who Simpson said is dying of told him to go out and win He came to the California still suffering from a heavy chest after 36 holes of the inaugural event on the 10month PGA moved himself in front of the field with a 36hdle total of shots under Whatever if I on and I dedicate fatherin he said after 66 at Tamarisk Thursday In the second round of the 90 hole tournament that offers in Were very Simpson Hes a great a great sports I think if I could it might add a few days to his That means more to me than all the money in the Its a great incentive for who has yet to win in eight full years of Tour said he felt he could keep Up the I started playing well last summer and played well through the With 54 holes to 18 players were within three shots of his Same old McEnroe but winning NEW YORK AP It was vintage McEnroe terrific tennis and terrible And it was Anders Jarryd playing at the top of his In the it was the same as McEnroe moving on to the semifinals where he will face Swedens Mats Wilander on The other semifinal pairing in the Volvo Masters at Madison Square Garden will bo decided today when Ivan Lendl of the 3 meets Joakim Nystrom of and secondseeded Jimmy Connors takes on fellow American Eliot Saturdays semifinals and Sundays cham pionship match will be televised nationally by The winner of the elite season ending tournament will collect with going to the McEnroe escaped the quarterfinals with a i victory over the 4 seed whos also from outlasted Johan Kriek The way he played hell be inthe top 10 for a McEnroe said of Pie lias improved He can hit the ball well from the back hes lies i very good in the McEnroe changed his game i little and raised his game a He started picking up my serve pretty so Im not going to give him the passing said explaining why he decided to trade baseline rallies with the allyearold Swede rather than rush the net fit every 1 was going to make him work for Its good to change tilings against One of the things McEnroe didnt change was his oncourt snarling at the linesmen and the And at one while he was the head of his racket broke off and flow into the narrowly missing the volatile New York lefthander when he crashed to the synthetic I didnt know where it McEnroe said of the flying racket and thats the way 1 felt things were going at that If it landed on my I think I would have who also took McEnroe to three sets the last time they in the semifinals of the Stockholm Open the first week in knew why he lost after jumping out to a one 30 1 should have won the match when I had but I said the who led the fourman Swedish con tingent into the had to stave off three match points enroute to his victory over He saved he last one with a perfectly executed forehand topspin lob that caught Kriek at the sailed over his head and landed just inside the I felt that was the only thing I could do to take a Wilander His approach was very deep and I was very lucky to get away with Scoreboard SportsWorld On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION THnniti Biisknlball Kansasnt South SATURDAY TELEVISION Tunnis Volvo Noon Football Snninr Baskotball Nnrlli Cmolinn ut Biiskflthiill Gaorflulown 2 Biiskulball Clomson m Wake Golf Bob Hope Desori Gfirmriil Wide World ol 5 Basketball Wisconsin at 8 Northwestern at Ohio Fciotball Japan ESPN Local sports FRIDAY p Girls New Brauntfcls juruo varsity 5 Boys basketball Canyon junior varsity al Luling 6 Boys basketball Floresville junior varsity at Smtihsan Valley swc By The Associated Press Southwest Conference Basketball Conference All Games W L Pet W L Southern 1000 12 1 Texas Tech 11 500 8 4 21 10 3 769 1 11 4 733 1 667 94 Texas 1 1 600 94 692 1 2 8 5 Bayloi 0 2 000 7 6 539 TexasChnsiian 000 8 6 671 Mondays game Rice Notre Dame 70 Wednesdays games Arkansas TCU Houston Texas Tech 74 SMU Bayloi 63 Texas Rice 53 Tenas AErM Marqueite Fridays game SMU at Texas Saturdays games Houston at DePaul Baylor at Texas Texas at Arkansas 31 26 2J 14117 KnnsusCltv 19 24 29 7110 Throepoint Fouled out RuboumlsDallas 49 Nimptiiiis Kansas City 61 Thorpe Assists Dallas 30 Harper Kansas City 28 IDrow TolDl loulsDallas Kansas City A College scores Thursdays College Basketball By The Associated Press EAST Army Manhattan 49 Colgate Hamilton 48 Diiqunsne Ponn 63 Fairleiyh Dickinson 73 Fordham Columbia 72 Long Island Marist 5b New Hampshire Holy Cross 67 Rutgers Josephs 76 BonavBnture George Washington 61 Temple Massachusetts 39 Virginia Rhode Island 51 Wagner Robert Morris 79 Yale OT SOUTH Jacksonville t5 Davidson i unnessee 58 Florida VanderbiH 64 Genrgia Southern Georgia 61 Carolina Clemson 68 Navy Richmond 63 Nicholls Texas Southern 86 Old Dominion Charlotte 60 SE Louisiana ME Louisiana 68 SW Louisiana Rider 70 MIDWEST Illinois Pan American 76 Illinois Michigan OT Indiana Northwestern 50 Indiana Drake 70 Iowa 61 Michigan Purdue OT III Chicago 59 Valparaiso Muntington 49 Wichita Biadley 79 SOUTHWEST Creighton W Texas St 61 Hardin Simmons Centenary 60 Houston Baptist Rock 61 Oklahoma TexasArlington 84 TexasEl Paso Air Foico 56 FAR WEST Arizona California 67 Arizona Stanford 74 Loyoln Marymoiim Colorado 71 Arizona Idaho 62 Nevada Las Vegas Pacific b7 New Mexico Wyoming 37 San Diego Utah 67 San Jose State Fullorlon 92 4 OTI UCLA Washington 48 Utah CalSanta Barbara 75 Washington Southern Cal 50 Weher NevadaReno 74 Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League MILWAUKEE BREWERS Named Mike Easom manager of Helena ol the Pioneei League BASKETBALL National Basketball Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS Signed Kvm Williams and Earl Butch INDIANA PACERS Placed Bill on ihe injured reseive Activated Kenton LOS ANGELES LAKERS Signed Karcem to a one yeai contract FOOTBALL United States Football League DENVER GOLD Signed John Todd running and Fred defensive back HOCKEY National Hockey League LOS ANGELES KINGS Sent Russ to New Haven of ihr American Hockey NEW YORK ISLANDERS Called up Ron left from Springfield of the American Hockey NEW YORK RANGERS Called up Randy left from New Haven of the American Hockey Druggist Vandy team got steroids lAPi A Nashvillearea phar macist says he made frequent trips to VanderbiH University in his delivery truck to illegally distribute steroids to as many as football players during a Iwo year druggist Woods Wilson said Thursday that ho made two or ihive trips a week to Vanderbilts athletic complex at IVMiugin Center to deliver the Wilson said he agreed to supply steroids to the athletes because he was concerned For their safety and questioned the authenticity of drugs he observed them using during time he spent in the Vandorbilt weiuht room while undergoing rehabilitation from a 1081 shoulder Marino wins Bert Bell Award PHILADELPHIA i AP i Quarterback Dan Marino ol the Miami Dolphins was named winner of the Bert Bell Award as the nations outstanding professional Edwards voted coach of yeai who led Brigham Young University to its trst national cham was voted oadi of the Yivr In thr Football Coaches Rangers give up on Sundberg deal FORT WORTH AP The Texas Rangers have ended their pursuit of Milwaukee Brewers catcher Jim Sund the Fort Worth StarTelegram reported quoting an inside Rangers officials will announce today that talks with their Former Gold rlove catcher have been broken the newspaper Sundberg was traded to Milwaukee after the season because of personality conflicts between him and Texas manager Doug catching was one of the Rangers weaknesses last and after Sundberg demanded thai the Brewers trade Rangers officials began ing to get him back Flutie cosidering USFL offer BOSTON iAP Heisman Trophywinning quar terback Dout Flutie would be out of his mind to reject an offer from the New Jersey Generals to wait for a bid from a National Football League his Bob is quoted as Wool referred to what is reportedly a multimillion dollar offer from the Generals of the United Stales Football League as according to the report m Thf Boston NBA box MavericksKings DALLAS 1117 Agulne 817 Vincent 818 33 Nimphius 611 00 Davis 511 22 Blackman 11 20 45 Ellis 31100 Helper 12 Perkins 610 22 Totals 50104 1720 KANSAS CITY 11101 Johnson 1324 00 Olbeiding 29 22 Thompson 56 11 Drew 715 00 Theus 2 5 M Thorpe 611 Woodson 12 23 44 BUM 13 12 Meriweather 24 00 Me i Namaia 01 00 Pope OX 00 0 Totals 50101 9 SAVE SAVE SAVE SAV Portable SALE SAVE 60 utility All Prices include delivery and leveling up to Plus PORT3 Storing Ttxu tat 20 YMfl In NB Canyon Lake Area S Years Opart 9 MM IH 91 On access between Canyon High and 306 Niw Iraunttls Come watch em run 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