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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sports 10A Herald-Zmitung. New Braunfels. Texas Thursday. March 12.1967 Hoosiers/Knight hope history doesn't repeat NCAA tournament begins play today By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Bobby Knight was right last year. The Indiana coach doesn t want to be right this year. Before last season's first round of the NCAA men s basketball tournament. Knight told anyone who would listen that Cleveland State was capable of beating his Hoosiers. They did. 83-79. Tonight, the third-ranked and top-seeded Hoosiers. 24 4. face Fairfield, 15-15, another team that is being written off by most people — except Knight. “I said at (last year’s) press conference that Cleveland State was capable of playing against anybody and playing well, and that Cleveland State could very easily beat us the next day.” Knight said Wednesday after his team practiced at Hoosier Dome. ‘ And I don’t think anybody in there paid any attention to me ” His players did. "We hope we learned a valuable lesson last yeai with Cleveland State.” Indiana guard Steve Alford, a two-time All-American who is the school’s career scoring leader with 2.300 points, said “We hope things are different this year. but we can t really tell until the game starts Hopefully, we’ll be in it.” Also in the Midwest Regional first round in In dianapolis today were No 14 Missouri. 24-9, vs Xavier, Ohio. 18-12; No. 17 Duke. 22-8. vs Texas AAM. 17-13; and Auburn. 17-12. vs. San Diego. 24-5 Friday’s Midwest games will be played at Rosemont. Ill and it will be No 8 Temple. 31-3, vs. Southern U.. 19-11; Georgia Tech, 16-12, vs. Louisiana State. 21-14, St John s. 20-8, vs Wichita State, 22-10. and No 5 DePaul. 26-2. which plays its home games at the Horizon, vs Louisiana Tech. 22-7 Alford and Knight both had reasons to praise Fairfield, which is making its second consecutive NCAA appearance as champions of the Metro Atlantic Athletic Conference “The thing about Fairfield we have to respect is they weren't expected to win their conference championship “ Alford said “But yet they’ve won four or five games to finish the season, and I’m sure they re going to be very hungry and motivated to play against us. especially at the Hoosier Dome, where there are going to be a lot of In diana fans.” SOUTHEAST In the Southeast Regional at Birmingham Ala Alabama Birmingham. 21-10. will play Providence. 21-8 tonight as the Blazers are one of the teams to enjoy a homecourt advantage in the opening rounds But Providence s first trip to the NCAA tournament since 1978 has been tempered by the death last Sunday of Coach Rick Pitino s 6-month-cld son. Daniel who had been suffering from complications since birth "Rick has had a hard year." Providence assistant coach Gordon Chiesa said “He has always been conscious of it.” The Friars postponed their departure to Birmingham by a day as the funeral was held Wednesday in Providence In other games today at Birmingham it was No 16 New Orleans. 25-3, vs Brigham Young, 21-10; No. 9 Alabama. 26-4. vs North Carolina AAT. 24-5; and No. ll Illinois, 23-7. vs Austin Peay, 19-11. Friday’s Southeast Regional games will be played at Atlanta and it's No 13 Clemson. 25-5. vs. Southwest Missouri State, 27-5; No. 20 Kansas. 23-10. vs. Houston. 18-11; No 4 and top-seeded Georgetown. 26-4. vs Bucknell, 22-8. and Kentucky. 18-10. vs Ohio State. 19 12 EAST Penn Coach Tom Schneider knows about playing top seeded teams in the first round of the NCAA tournament Two years ago. Scheider was the head man at Lehigh when the Engineers had to face Georgetown in an opening-round game tohigh lost 68-43 Tonight. Schneider send the Quakers. 13-13 and cham pions of the Ivy League, against No 2 North Carolina. 29 3. in a first-round East Regional game at Charlotte N C “We know we’re playing a great team, and against one of the greatest coaches who’s ever been in the game, but we're going to work at it." Schneider said The man Schneider called one of the great coaches Dean Smith, remembers Penn from years before Schneider was the coach of the Quakers “Beating Penn will certainly not be a given." Smith said “I remember what they did to us in the 1979 tourna ment at Raleigh ” That day. Penn beat the third-ranked Tar Heels on the way to the Final Four In other East Regional games today at Charlotte it was No 19 Texas Christian. 23-6. vs Marshall. 25-5 No 18 Notre Dame. 22-7, vs Middle Tennessee State 224> and Navy. 26 5. vs Michigan. 19 ll On Friday in the East Regional at Syracuse N Y . it will be No 7 Purdue 24 4 vs Northeasten. 27-6, Florida 21 IO. vs North Carolina State. 20 14. West Virginia. 23 7. vs Western Kentucky 28 8. and No IO Syracuse 26-6 which will be playing on its home court vs Georgia Southern 2o-lo WEST Virginia Coach Terry Holland feels his Cavaliers 21 9 have a legitimate chance at winning the national title and they ll start their march tonight against Wyoming 22 9 in a West Regional game at Salt Lake City This basketball team has even possibility of putting together six straight wins ” Holland who has each of his starters scoring in double figures said That s our goal and what we will work extremely hard for Hayes dies of apparent heart attack COLUMBUS. Ohio AP* - Woody Hayes, who became one of the most successful coaches in college football history guiding the Ohio State University team to 205 victories and two national championships, died to day at age 74 Dr Robert Murphy. Hayes physi clan. said the retired coach died ap parently of a heart attack as he slept Anne Hayes discovered her husband dead in his bed in their suburban home about 6am, Murphy said Wayne Woodrow Hayes, the fifth winningest coach in college football compiled a record of 238 72 lo in 3 seasons at Denison University 1946 48*. Miami of Ohio 1949 50 and Ohio State 0951 78) Only Paul “Bear Bryant (323*. Amos Alonzo Stagg (314* and Glenn “Pop Warner ii $ won more major college football games “What sticks out in my mind right now are all the good things he did tor his forrper players and coaches He always had a lot of time ,for them said Earle Brupe coach' at Ohio 76ers thwart Jordon, Bulls; Ma vs top the Sonics, 130-117 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Phladelphia rookie David Wingate made his second NBA start Wednesday night and held Chicago s Michael Jordan to 49 points “He’s coming into his own and you can see his confidence mount.” Chicago Coach Doug Collins said of Wingate who scored 28 points of his own in the 76ers 117-108 victory “He was making Michael chase him all over the court when they had the ball, which caused Michael to expend a lot of energy “I thought our defense was good throughout the game ” Philadelphia Coach Matt Guokas said “I know that sounds funny when you have Jor dan scoring all those points but he s one of the great all time offensive players ’ Mavs 130, Sonics 117 Mark Aguirre scored 26 points to lead Dallas to its seventh consecutive victory at home where the Mavericks are 27 5 Seattle which had won eight of its previous IO games had a three game winning streak snapped Dallas, which made only one 3-point goal in lo tries tied the league record of 177 set during the 1979 80 season by the San Diego Clippers Pistons 107, Pacers 98 lsiah Thomas scored 14 points and had ll assists as Detroit took a half game lead over idle Atlanta in the Central Division Thomas scored eight points and Vinnie Johnson six in the last 6 19 of the third quarter as Detroit broke a 65 65 tie and took the lead for good at 82 77 after three periods Mark Aguirre Bucks 115/ Bullets 107 Milwaukee s Sidney Moncrief who missed i9 games with an injured knee, was in at the end of the game for only the second time since he came off the disabled list Feb 14 and scored 18 of his 25 points in the second half Celtics 118/ Suns 109 Boston erased a six point deficit bv storing 20 straight points in the fourth quarter. IO by Kevin Mcliale for its 65th victory in the last 66 games at Boston Garden Boston backup center Bill Walton, sidelined all season with a painful right ankle, made his first ap pearance with 2 30 left in the first quarter Nuggets 122. Jan ll* Darrell Walker scored a career high 39 points and Alex English added 34 as visiting Utah fell seven NBA By TM Allocated Pron EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Ret GB x Huston 4«< to 742 Philadelphia IS 28 556 IPy Washington 32 29 525 13‘a New A ork 20 42 123 Ab New Jersey 17 44 279 Ab J Central Division D»-lr«»it 41 3* 672 Atlanta 41 SI 661 'n Milwaukee 40 24 625 Chicago 32 29 525 9 Indiana 29 33 *6* 12' * Cleveland ti 39 ITI 18', WESTERN CONFERENCE Mid wait O* v mon Dallas 40 ti 64 I Utah XI 29 532 7 Houston 32 JO 516 8 flenser 26 37 41J 14'-/ San Anion in 22 40 355 16 Sacramento 19 42 111 AV 2 Pantie Division * L A l akers 49 14 778 Portland 38 24 613 IO'a Seattle 33 JI 516 16* a Golden State 32 32 500 17* a Phoenix 24 18 387 24‘a L A Clippers IO SO 167 37‘a * clinched playoff spot Wednesday s Games This head-first slide into home plate counted for New Braunfels but the Unicorns came a little short against Fre.ie i ksburg (Photo by Leslie Knewaidt) Billies blast Unicorns in District! 3-4A opener State, who was an assistant under Hayes He was a tremendously different person off the field than on off infield he knew everybody s name and always had a word of advice On the field he was quite demanding to say the least ” Hayes coached at Ohio Slate for 28 years compiling a record of 205 61 lo Two of his teams in 1954 and 1968 were awarded Associated Press national championship trophies By TIM WAITS Staff Writer Defensive miscues ami a total lack of hitting were the tottorn ! n* t the New Braunfels Unicorn I* lo- t the Fredericksburg Billies n Wednesday night s Di ’n    4    A baseball opener The Billies broke oihm 2 , n the fifth with (wa nr. at I pu* away the Unicorns with six ru< s - the sixth Until those critical in: ag- tile Unicorns were a big inning i ay from doing their own damage f■■ *'•*■ Billies "That was until we .    * * and the mistakes get to us n •    .    \ said Unicorn ( im. f Peter • Fredericksburg took a the lop half of the set ohm ••ut the Unicorns cut the gap bv »-the bottom portion ut the near Right fielder Thomas Ka: opened the second wilt, . a. a one out Troy I ut man Hi I ’ ie sec* rid f st r Dietrich and K. an/ home for the fit st I ie Ute Unicorns tied the -    . i tm bottom of tto fourth Again * it let I of I With ,i base on f ■. t.. s tempted steal Billie calci* ll 1 r Mono/ overthrew set >r ; ,. I Ramirez made his wav ti* thi 1 John Mullins hit # f . ’< mediui deep center * eld to seo < p- m Dietrich put the Billa- ,« ti » , with a triple to deep center field to scop : Dietrich scored on a sa g!* ?>v Mur Sports world NCAA's drug policy struck down SAN JOSE I alii    XU    \    .dge -trough repudiation of til* Na. >* Hon s mandatory drug test- ! possible broad attal k on t*pi <*gi ain Attorneys fur th*    Ahum    .i which is challenging diug text g around the count r> hailed vs e ll* the NUA As tests an un .»*■ *!    » The ruling holds important liq of athletes especially    th**    *    t of privacy is specifu    a v    rn    I i I#** Hon The first legal cha long* to th* NU.AA s I veal old drug testing progi am a a b ight tty anunlik* iv ithlote a diver who said sh# ria I never us**d ill* gal drugs arid wasn't worried atxiut the outcome »f tests Simone I a* V ant a 22 sear lid stanford **n *i aid she simply opposed f to tests on pi ii ipl** She filed a lawsuit ag.iii:    th*    V    \\    ii    Jai    uarv    and Wednesdav won a prelimit) «ry iii junction allo a mg tier to compete in the N< AA dis g ha in pionsh tps without sub mitt mg to urine tests Th# ruling applied only to I a*\ ant ’ I feel wonderful Levant ait    I an happy lo heal everything the judg* aid I ie* I *-t a precedent No otlier athlete has toe*, v ill mg to challenge the N( VA We’ve won the first step S r ,»«• this rnak* other athletes think about ttoir situations nm *• Hie Billies rolled for six runs in tto six til including a three run home run by Munoz New Braunfels punctied across a mn in tin* sixth Center fielder Jake Villareal led the inning with an in field hit Ramirez followed with a ground ball to third base on a hit ami mn play \ lilarcal heat the throw to se cond but Ramirez was out at first after the pivot from second With two outs Furman picked up his second hit and second mn batted in with a has** hit to drive in \ illareai Although the numbers don't reflect t Un; urn starting pit* tot Ru kv (cine/ t.,»d a quality night on Uh mo OMI Gomez went the distance gtv niK uj 14 hits arni nine earned runs but a nunttor of hits were misplays! by th#- Unicorn defens** amt most like iv would have kept the game tight Kicky threw .# g.**«f ballgame said Garza    the Billies hit everyone hut three good pitches We ,s-    • •    "    behold hill let eft xiv elv or offensive!) New Braunfels plavs m>sl in its in vitattonal tournament this weekend spelling with two games today The ! nicoms start al I Jo against Round Hock lf tin- I nicoms win ttov will play again tonight at 6 u> if (toy low-af ttov will plav at 4pm The Unicorns will play one tournament game Saturday that has set to to an Mourn «sf New Braunfels resumes district ompetition Tuesday at Smithson Valley to-ginning al 4 lapin Box score FREDERICKSBURG it r h b= NI A BRAUNFELS si u«-w #* p 2 ■ ab r h b> Hiles cf * ! 2 Unmet ss Cli* G.imezp 4 0 0 0 Detrch2t> 4 2 2 4 A Ureal cf J I I 0 Munoz. 4 Kamin rf I 2 0 0 Shdua pr 0 I J * Mullin*i 2 OO I W Undrf pi I n m in ss 3 0 2 2 Jhrvstndh 4 12 2 Hrrera 36 J 0 I 0 A tin. a cf 4 0! i anils) lf 2 00 0 hod lh 4 11" Cddrl! ph 100 0 I Xsdrst rf 4 0 11 * Ntitja ph toto Tilers Ab OOO Totals itll Totals Iv v t F retie# Kktbui g • ic oil a - ii N*» B*iwnte's •ie tai » -J * retort. Mfxtrg *> New Braunfels :H Die* rn h iH Dietrich BH J «o iud cm Munur sh Dietrich s Hues si Mum*** f retie# *C h .bu* g SI ut4 w r A N r w H *§ .■ n *« PH Ma, ii* P H R I R BB VO District I 3-4 A ti J se ba'1 .d*ngs Team A L GB I anVOO I rvkru Xxi>u* Krrtv lh*- I i • Boerne Ha vi New tty auntre i ')«nrm I,** 'titian tWmr at III it#* At hie! ten*- I the AssocId way for a vil Liberties I mon on a number of fronts ' lay x ruling des taring al violation of privacy (cations tm thousands forma where the right I iii the state ( oustitu slutonls ami let a lls of tto sibie dis* us adding that Huston 118 Phoenix tow Philadelphia 117. Chicago I uh Milwaukee 115. Washington 107 Detroit 107 indiana 98 Dallas UU Seattle 117 Denver 122 Utah 116 holden Slate PZI, I, A flippers Ut Today s Games Milwaukee at New Jersey Phoenix at Cleveland San Antonio at Houston Portland at L A Lakers Utah at Sacramento games behind first place Dallas in the Midwest Division and Denver moved I1 a games ahead of Phoenix in the race for the eighth and last playoff spot in the Western Con ference Houston committee ignores Yeoman HOUSTON AL \ I ! iv• 1 sit\ of Houston advisory committee compiled a list of re ommeiidatlons for the school sembattled athletic pi. glum hut u>pj>*-d short of calling for a ban on foi mer football coach Bill A eonian After a close#! j j„M<l rn*-*'mg Wednesday the Athletic Advisory (’oflimit t*-e agr* *d to some i eeommen datums, but none involved A eof*.an s status at the school, said Bruce Oppenheim?! committee chairman and a political sc ience professor Earlier, < tppenheirner had lid tie wanted to pass a resolution calling for an end to t roman s relationship with the sc haul The 16 monitor committee however, has no authority to oust the former coach who qui* it Hie end of the 1986 season and now works for ti * - bool jim- dent as a fund raiser making Ho t boo a veal “No recommendation was greed to regarding the status of Bill Yeoman *; n *m aid responding hr ic! tv lo requiters questions Wit lr i« da» l’tie committee which consists of ta* in tv alumni mkel Opjenhrinu-r n t to living, meeting tto recommendations »r any jh Mon atmut A eonian ll was a long hard session to sa, there were differing v it-w s and opinions expressed Athlete Director Rudy Davanrx .im* a. ii t vol coni ment on the meeting However a source eon ne. t#*d to th#- * or mutt#-# t *id if* Houston Post Ult Cf'Hip trot?*- *    •    *    M    .J s*1 ti*Mil administrators make public .i«*taiisof ait in hems#-investigation into the Cougar liminal, program They don t want any se. refs withheld from Bm- putiii* They want everything brought to light with tto investiga turn Mild th** source who asked not to tie identified They want (bedirty laundry aired out Dung Keep jxip ping uj> Dial hoImmIv knew about and Pi«-v re tired of liking kept in tto dark Berst said Mustangs withheld info DALLAS AL    Soul to rn M#'tho*iist I rnveisitv principal internal investigator almost certainly knew impiopei slush fund payments to f*M*tball plaverx for years and probably delito*rate!y witfifield the information from him NCAA investigator David liers! savs We knew during this last thro#- months that somebody at SMI devel**j>e«l tto information ubtHii tto slush fund* and they kept it from us Berst told th#* Dallas Timn Herald on W ediiesday John I. McElhaney SMI s attorney investigator from PJK I to 1985. “would just have to to one of Bi*»s*- jmxijU#-!k*i si said I think he had to have been one *»f those individuals but I don’t have proof said 14«*rst who admitted (fiat to did not know if hi* went trey OI id just being a g*M»d lawyer by withholding that information Berst said McElhaney also is the jn-ison win) could reveal tto most details almut the slush fund iii. aiding Buna mrs of Ute SMI governing Ixia id members who allow ed tto payments to continue rather than terminate ttorn immediately after they were discovered apparently in late 1984 Contacted Wednesday. McElhaney refused to say if his 19KJ H4 investigation uncovered the slush fund He said it would not to appropriate to discuss that question hut that he would provide full cooperation lo an SMI com inittee that has t**en asked to investigate SMI s “play (or pay scandal ;

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