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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                PagelOA New December Mitchell but Spurs stumble THE ftSSeOUtCB MESS Mike Mitchell put on a spectacular offensive show for the San Antonio but the Seattle SuperSonics responded with eight players in dou ble One man wont beat said Seattle rookie Xavier McDaniel who tried to guard Mitchell and scored 23 points himself in the Sonics 123103 victory in Seattle Mitchell poured in 30 in cluding the Spurs first 17 points in the opening Small forwards are the greatest athletes in the world and you cant try to stop them all the time or youll end up in the hospital with a heart at said Mitchell would have scored all the Spurs first quarter points If George Johnson had not been called for goal tending as the buzzer sounded to end the The goal was credited to Alvin Despite Mitchells the Spurs trailed Seattle took command of the game with an 111 scoring burst in the se cond quarter and led 5645 at the Jack Sikma scored 11 of his 12 points in the quarter Including five in the final two The Spurs came out in the third quarter and connected on 13 of 19 but still lost ground as they finished the period down by 12 points NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W 2 10 8 New Jersey 9 Washington 10 New 14 Contra Division 7 Detroit 12 8 11 11 14 14 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 6 12 7 L Utah Dallas 10 San Antonio 10 12 8 7 9 GB 6 8 11V5 2 6 2 12 7 Pacific Division 2 12 9 5 10 7 Golden State 13 9 12 Pnoenix 16 13 Tuesdays Games New York Denver 94 Washington Portland 115 Indiana Cleveland 84 Philadelphia Detroit 107 Boston Milwaukee 109 Houston Phoenix 112 Sacramento Chicago 118 Dallas Golden State 100 Seattle San Antonio 103 Todays Games Boston at New Jersey Portland at Atlanta Denver at Indiana Washington at Philadelphia Lakers at Utah Chicago at Phoenix Sacramento at Clippers MIKE MITCHELL points in losing effort Rockets Suns 112 Lewis Lloyd scored 25 points and held Phoenixs talented Walter Davis to 17 points to help the Rockets keep their home record spotless at 110 this season and 120 over the past two The who defeated Houston 120110 Saturday in almost pulled it off taking a 112109 lead with to But the Suns didnt score another point while the Rockets reeled off 11 points in a including two crucial buckets by Akeem Olajuwon in the final and a steal with one minute Larry Nance led the Suns with 35 points followed by David with James Edwards with 16 and Alvan Adams with Mavericks Warriors 100 Dallas has won six games in a four of them since headcoach Dick Motta traded for former Los Angeles Clippers center James Donaldson last Donaldson continued his im pressive play by coming off the bench to score 20 points and grab 12 helping Dallas over Golden James has played very well for said Motta of the 280 pound I dont think he has been in a situation like this where his peers appreciate him so He takes high percentage and hes doing a great job on the Pacers Cavs 84 414 for the hadnt won a game on the road since last when it beat Chicago But the Pacers held Cleveland to five points in the first nine minutes of the fourth quarter to break open a close Celtics Bucks 109 While Indiana ended its long road losing Boston snapped Milwaukees 24game home winning streak as Kevin McHale scored 29 points and Larry Bird picked up 10 of his 18 in the fourth 76ers Pistons 107 Moses Malone scored 12 of his gamehigh 29 points as Philadelphia outscored Detroit 3824 in the first quarter and coasted to Knicks Nuggets 94 New York hit 40 of 60 fieldgoal at tempts in the first three building a 29point before cool ing off slightly against Kings Bulls 118 Rookie center Joe Kleine had 13 points and 18 rebounds and Eddie Johnson scored 29 points to help Sacramento beat Chicago and post its easiest victory of the UT track coaches picked for Olympics HOUSTON AP For the first time in Olympic track and field the head coaches of the mens and womens teams will come from the same That was virtually assured Tuesday night when Stan Huntsman and Terry the mens and womens coaches at the University of were chosen by the International Competition Committee of The Athletics Con the national governing body for track and to head the teams for the 1988 Seoul The selections need the approval of TACs General Assembly on the final day of the groups sixday and of the Olympic Those are considered mere The International Competition Committee also selected the complete staffs for the 1988 the 1987 World Track and Field Championships at Rome and the 1987 Pan American Games at Mel Rosen of Auburn was named head coach for the mens World Championship team and Barbara Jacket of Prairie View was chosen womens Tom Tellez of the University of Houston was selected as mens head coach for the Pan Am while Ken Foreman of Seattle will coach the womens both Huntsman and Crawford left the head coaching positions at the University of Tennessee to coach at made the switch in 1984 and followed this Both agreed it would be difficult to match the success of mens coach Larry Ellis and womens coach Brooks Johnson at the 1984 Los Angeles Its going to be a real tough Huntsman Im not trying to the great job that Larry Ellis did it probably was the best Olympics weve ever had but this will be the first time since 1972 that we will be competing outside the Western The 1972 Games were held at West the 1976 Olympics at Montreal and the boycotted the 1980 Moscow Well have a hard act to Crawford If theres any anxiety on my it will be to do as well as the 84 team and staff Crawford added that if the East who boycotted last years par ticipate at the competition will be more intense than the 1984 But theres no reason to think that the cant do as she The kinds of times women athletes have produced in the last few years leads me to believe there will be no intimidation by the East Europeans and that hasnt always been the who coached 14 years at Ohio University and 15 years at Tennessee before taking over the Texas job July said he was looking forward to working with Weve been longtime Ive stolen some of her ideas and I think shes stolen some of I have a tremendous amount of respect for Crawford We work well The two first met in when Huntsman was the head coach of the team in the World University Games and Crawford was an 800meter runner on the womens Since Huntsman has been an assistant coach for the 1976 Olympic head coach of the 1977 World Cup assistant coach of the 1979 team for the Spartakiade and head coach of the 1983 World Championship McEnroe ousted in upset Australia AP John McEnroes stormy stay at the million Australian Open has come to a shocking You are going to pay for I mean McEnroe shouted across the net moments before unseeded Slobodan Zivojlnovic of Yugoslavia finished off a stunning upset 60 in a quarterfinal match maybe McEnroe will make good on his But this it was Zivojinovics turn for glory as he blasted his way past The powerplaying ranked 66th in the served strongly in the final two sets while also easily handling McEnroes He disappointed but he is a good guy and a good said who earned only playing tennis last He will make just for mak ing the semifinals Zivojinovic will next play Mats Wilander of a familiar Zivojinovic beat who has won the last two Australian in the first round at Wimbledon earlier this Wilander got to the semifinals by beating twotime Australian Open champion Johan Kriek of the United States in the second quarterfinal on Wednes Earlier in the topseeded Ivan Lendl of Czechoslovakia moved into the quarterfinals with a 62 triumph over unseeded South African Christo McEnroes 10day stay in Melbourne began with controver sy and ended the same He scuffled with a reporter and photographer soon after arriving here last week and accumulated in fines after oncourt in cidents in earlier He was booed and jeered from the court as he stormed away in his moment of Scoreboard On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION Tennis Australian TELEVISION Tennis Australian Local sports THURSDAY Noon Girls basketball Smithson Valley Burnetat Burnet Boys basketball Smithson Valley Canyon at Antonian FRIDAY Girls basketball Canyon Edison at San Antonio ISO NFL leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quarterbacks Att Com Yds TD Int 388 239 3145 21 6 328 196 2551 20 9 375 222 3045 24 16 466 274 3464 22 18 319 171 2311 15 9 Jets Rushers Raiders Jets Receivers Att Yds Avg 304 1392 221 1102 958 941 912 Lg TD 188 248 194 61 69 61 24 65 Raiders No Yds Avg Lg TD 72 915 67 5 68 854 66 1072 64 666 63 759 48 43 80 41 NATIONAL FOOTBALL CONFERENCE Quarterbacks Att Com Yds TD Int 139 1838 13 8 228 2649 19 9 168 2300 16 12 236 2831 18 15 228 3160 17 15 Rushers Att Yds Avg Lg TD 1343 33 8 1306 40 8 1102 60 7 1062 24 8 925 5814 Receivers No Yds Avg Lg TD 843 73 5 53 7 53 1 954 34 3 55 3 NHL By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W I T Philadelphia19 6 0 Washington 14 7 3 NY Islanders10 8 6 NY Rangers11 13 1 Pittsburgh 12 3 New Jersey 12 1 Division 8 4 9 3 Quebec 10 1 11 1 11 0 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Morris Division 9 3 11 4 Minnesota 12 6 13 4 15 3 23 22 20 Smvthe Division Edmonton 4 3 39 129 90 8 3 29 103 84 Vancouver 14 3 21 101 114 14 3 21 90 121 Los 16 3 13 79 127 Tuesdays Games Detroit Philadelphia 1 Winnipeg lie Minnesota Chicago 2 Edmonton Los Angeles 4 Wednesdays Games Vancouver at Quebec Winnipeg at Rangers New Jersey at Toronto Detroit at Pittsburgh Buffalo at Louis Hartford at Calgary Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League CINCINNATI REDS Named Robert Howsam president and general manager of Denver of the American PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Named Robin Roberts coordinator of minor league pitching Andy Seminick catching Joe McDonald Florida Granny Hamner minor league supervisor and Mark Anderson assistant FOOTBALL National Football League BUFFALO BILLS Waived Vince Appointed Jim Valek administrative assistant to head coach Hank DENVER BRONCOS Signed Nathan running Placed Gene running on injured SportsWorld Baseball drug tests worry union leader Hawaii AP The head of the players union worries that major league baseballs move toward mandatory drug testing could mean that players will be forced for years to prove they arent using For an industry that prides itself on traditional American values such as innocent until proven guilty and illegal search and seizure this would seem to be very strange Don Fehr said in an inter view Drug testing was expected to be a major topic of this weeks which will include Fehr and his staff and player representatives from each of the 2G major league Brett leads Golden Glove team LOUIS AP Third baseman George Brett of the world champion Kansas Royals today was named one of four firsttime selections to the Sporting News American League Gold Glove Third baseman Tim Wallach of the Montreal Expos and pitcher Rick Reuschel of the Pittsburgh Pirates were firsttime winners of the Gold Glove Award in the National Besides the firsttime mebers of the American League team were firstbaseman Don Mat tingly of the New York shortstop Alfredo Griffin of the Oakland As and outfielder Gary Pet tis of the California Olajuwon named NBA player of month NEW YORK AP Akeem Ola juwon of among the Na tional Basketball Association scor leading and shotblocking was named Player of the Month and Pat Riley of the Los Angeles Lakers was named Coach of the fourth in scoring at points a fifth in rebounding with a average and third in blocked shots with per game in led the Rockets to a 136 6251041 Since 1946 Big Warehouse Store To Serve 330 Landa Street Super Store With Super Buys We Reserve limit Super Specials thru 11 IN CASE OF PH1MT EHBOH HIH 78 84 97 108 94 96 STRAIGHT WHISKEY Jim Beam Old Taylor Brown Ancient Age Oickel 8 Jack Daniel Evan William GIN TEQUILA Regal Vodka Smirnoff Vodka Kamchatka Vodka McCormick Vodka Giibeys Vodka Gordons Gin Giibeys Gin Juarez Tequila BLENDED 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will be con ducting a volleyball managers meeting for all interested in the winterspring volleyball For more information contact the center at Monday through Friday from 1 to8 Winter basketball registration open Registration for the mens Winter Basketball League is open and will continue through Friday at the Lan da Recreation The entry fee is for the sponsor and per For more informa call the Rec Center at Plymouth NEW BRAUNFELS 1979 Ford 4 White 1983 Nissan 4 Red 4 Cyl Cassette 1982 Subaru 4x4 wagon 4 4 Tilt 1982 Buick Skylark Limited 4 Power 1979 Camero Gold 1980 Dodge 2 Silver 4 5 1984 Dodge Wagon Tutone Blue Power AMFM Royal SE 1983 Dodge Tutone Brown 4 Vinyl 1985 Monte Carlo miles 1984 Chrysler E 4 SMver 4 1983 Dodge Silver Royal 1983 Dodge D150 miles   

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