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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 12, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports New Texas hope t repeat NCAA tournament beg ins play today By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS r i Bobby Knight was right last The Indiana coach doesnt want to be right this Before last seasons first round of the NCAA mens basketball Knight told anyone who would that Clevejand State was capable of beating his They the thirdranked and topseeded 24 face another team that is being written off by most people except I said at last years press conference that Cleveland State was capable of playing against anybody and play ing and that Cleveland State could very easily beat the next said Wednesday after his team And I dont think anybody in there paid any attention to His players We hope we learned a valuable lesson last year with Cleveland Indiana guard Steve a twotime AllAmerican who is the schools career scoring leader with We hope things are different this but we cant really tell until the game starts well be in Also in the Midwest Regional first round in In dianapolis today were 14 1812 17 Texas 1713 and San Fridays Midwest games will be played at and it will be 8 Southern 1911 Georgia Louisiana 2114 Wichita 2210 and 5 which plays its home games at the Louisiana Alford and Knight both had reasons to praise which is making its second consecutive NCAA ap pearance as champions of the Metro Atlantic Athletic The thing about Fairfield we have to respect is they werent expected to win their conference Alford But yet theyve won four or five games to finish the and Im sure theyre going to be very hungry and motivated to play against especially at the Hoosier where there are going to be a lot of In diana SOUTHEAST In the Southeast Regional at will play tonight as the Blazers are one of the teams to enjoy a hpmecourt advantage opening But Providences first trip to the NCAA tournament since 1978 has been tempered by the death last Sunday of Coach Rick Pitinos 6monthcld who had been suffering from complications since ftick has had a hard Providence assistant Coach Gordon Chlesa He has always been con scious of The Friars postponed their departure to Birmingham by a day as the funeral was held Wednesday in Pro In other games today at Birmingham It Was 16 New Brigham 21io 9 North Carolina 245 and 11 23 Austin Fridays Southeast Regional games will be played at Atlanta and its 13 Southwest Missouri 275 20 1811 4 and topseeded 228 and 18 Ohio EAST Penn Coach Tom Schneider knows about playing top seeded teams in the first round of the NCAA Two years Scheider was the head man at Lehigh when the Engineers had to face Georgetown in an openinground Lehigh lost Schneider send the 1313 and cham pions of the Ivy against 2 North 29 in a firstround East Regional game at We know were playing a great and against one of the greatest coaches whos ever been in the but were going to work at Schneider The man Schneider called one of the great Dean remembers Penn from years before Schneider was the coach of the Beating Penn will certainly not be a Smith I remember what they did to us in the 1979 tourna ment at That Penn beat the thirdranked Tar Heels on the way to the Final In other East Regional games today at Charlotte it was 19 Texas 255 18 Notre Middle Tennessee 226 and On Friday in the East Regional at it will be 7 276 North Carolina 2014 West Western 288 and 10 which will be playing on its home Georgia WEST Virginia Coach Terry Holland feels his have a legitimate chance at winning the national title and theyll start their march tonight against in a West Regional game at Salt Lake This basketball team has every possibility of putting together six straight who has each of his starters scoring in double Thats our goal and what we will work extremely hard Hayes dies of apparent heart attack Ohio AP Woody who became one of the most successful coaches in college football guiding the Ohio State University team to 205 victories and two national died to day at age Robert Hayes physi said the retired coach died ap parently of a heart attack as he Anne Hayes discovered her husband dead in his bed in their suburban home about 6 Murphy Wayne the fifth winningest coach in college compiled a record of 2387210 in 33 seasons at Denison University 1946 Miami of Ohio 194950 and Ohio State Only Paul Bear Bryant Amos Alonzo Stagg 314 and Glenn Pop Warner 313 won more major college football WhatSticks but in my mind right now are all tlje good things he did for arid He said at Ohio who was an assistant under He was a tremendously different person off the field than Off the he knew everybodys name and always had a word of On the he was quite to say the Hayes coached at Ohio State for 28 compiling a record of 20561 Two of his teams in 1954 and 1968 were awarded Associated Press national championship rt Bulls Ma vs top the Son 130117 BY THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Phladelphia rookie David Wingate made his second NBA start Wednes day night and held Chicagos Michael Jordan to 49 Hes coming into his own and you can see his confidence Chicago Coach Doug Collins said of who scored 28 points of his own in the 76ers in108 He was making Michael chase him all over the court when they had the which caused Michael to expend a lot of I thought our defense was good throughout the Philadelphia Coach Matt Guokas j know that sounds funny when you have Jor dan scoring all those but hes One of the great alltime offensive NBA Mark Aguirre scored 26 points to lead Pallas to its seventh consecutive yjctQry at where the Miverickj are Seattle which had won eight ol its previous 10 had a threegame winning sireifc snapped which only ojxe 3 goal in 10 tied the league sj pi 177 set the 197980 season by tne San PiegQ Clippe Pistons 1Q7 Pacers 98 Isiah Thomas scored points and j i assists as Petrpit topfc hajif lead over idjs 4WiPta in tne Thmas scored Mark Aguirre Bucks 11 Bullets 107 Milwaukees Sidney who missed 39 games with an injured was in at the end of the game for only the second time since he came off the disabjej list u and scored 18 of his 25 points in the second Celtics 11 Suns 109 Boston erased a point deficit by storing Q straight points in the fOAffth 10 by Kevin for its victory in the lasi 66 games Spstoji Qirdf n center Bill ajj season a pgtoftll his ap with left in the first By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L x Boslon 46 16 Philadelphia 35 28 Washington 32 29 New York 20 42 New Jersey 17 44 Central Division Detroit 41 2U Atlanta 41 21 Milwaukee 40 24 Chicago 32 29 Indiana 29 33 Cleveland 23 39 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Dallas 40 22 Utah 33 29 HoMSton 3 30 Denver 26 37 San Antonio 22 40 Sacramento 19 42 Pacific Division xL A Lakers POrtliTKl Seattle Golden State Phoenix Clippers 742 672 645 311 GB llii 26 28i 9 12T 7 8 49 14 778 38 24 33 31 32 32 34 35 10 50 467 BSyoil spol Wednesdays ames Boston Phoenix 109 Washington J07 Utah 116 111 Milwaukee at at Cleveland of Detrwt broke a fcj good at gfJIRB1 Jfttatf tie and took 8g77 alter Parrel Waiter scored a career gh H ppMS Alex English add d 34 games behind firstplace Dallas In Ihj Mjjjwfsjt piyjsjlcw aAd moved Vk games ahead oj in thje race for the eightl playoll to the Western Con This headfirst slide into home plate counted for New but the Unicorns came a little short against Photo by Leslie Billies blast Unicorns in Districtl34Aopener By TIM WAITS Staff Writer Defensive miscues and a total lack of hitting were the bottom line in the New Braunfels Unicorns 103 loss to the Fredericksburg Billies in Wednesday nights District 134A baseball The Billies broke open a 22 lie in the fifth with two runs and put away the Unicorns with six runs In the Until those critical the Unicorns were a big inning away from doing their own damage to the That was until we let the errors and the mistakes get to us said Unicorn Coach Peter Gar3 Fredericksburg took a 20 lead in the top half of the but the Unicorns cut the gap by one run in the bottom portion of the inning Right fielder Thomas Ramirez opened the second with a walk With one Troy Turman singled by Billie second baseman Derrick Dietrich and Ramirez lumbered home for the first Unicorn run The Unicorns tied the score in the bottom of the Again Ramirez led off a base on balls un an ai tempted Billie catcher Munoz overthrew second and Ramirez made his way to third John Mull ins hit a fly to medium deep center field to score Ramirez Dietrich put the Billies back on top with a triple to deep straight away center field to score Tim e Dietrich scored on a single by Munoz The Billies rolled for six runs in the including a threerun home run by New Braunfels punched across a run in the Center fielder Jake Villareal led the inning with an In Held Ramirez followed with a ground ball to third base on a hitandrun Villareal beat the throw to se but Ramirez was out at first after the pivot from second With two Turman picked up his second hit and second run batted in with a base hit to drive in Although the numbers dont reflect Unicorn starting pitcher Ricky Gomez had a quality night on the mound Gomez went the distance giv ing up 14 hits and nine earned t but a number oL hits were misplayed by the Unicorn defense and most like ly would have kept the game light threw a good said Garza Billies hit everyone but three good pitches We just had nolhing behind defeh sively or New Braunfels plays hosl in Its in vilalional lournamenl ihis opening wilh two games loday The Unicorns siart ai l 30 against Round If the Unicorns win they will play again tonight at if they lose at they will play at 4 pm The Unicorns will play one tournamenl game Saturday that has yet to be an nounced New Braunfels resumes district competilion Tuesday at Smlthson Valley beginning at Box score FREDERICKSBURG ab r h Slucwc Rlley Immcl Dctrch Munoz Wllndrt Jhnstn Kotl Ib Dudrstrf 4 0 1 1 ph Cstllja 1 0 1 0 1 Totals FrederlcKsburg OJO 10 New Braunlcti 010 K Kill HI Ntw Braunlels New Braunfels 5 2B Dtetnch 3B Dietrich HR Munoz SB Dietrich S Rlley SF Mulltns IP Fredenckiborg Mucwv New Braunicli liomcJ i PB Mulllns District 134A H ft ERBB SO i i 8 U 1 1 1 Baseball Team SntilliNon New Uoc Tuilddv t StllllllSllll 1 1 1 ianyon 10 Wednesday i h ritlri u KMjut g I1 i Boerne at Sportsworld NCAAs drug policy struck down SAN JOSK Calif AI jmljje N strong repudiation of the National t oliegiate AihletuAssocia lions mandatory drug lests has opened ihe svay for a possible broad atlack on ihe program Attorneys for the American Ovil Liberties which is challenging drugtesting on a number of fronis around Ihe hailed Wednesdays ruling declaring the NCAAs lests an unconstitutional violation of privacy The ruling holds important implications for thousands of especially Ihose in where ihe righl of privacy is specifically included in Ihe slate Constilu lion The first legal challenge to ihiNVAAs drugtesting program was brought by an unlikely a diver who said she had never used illegal drugs and wasnt worried about the ouicome of lesis Simone a 22 year old Slanford said she simply opposed the tesls on principle She filed a lawsuit against the NCAA in and Wednesday won a preliminary injunction allowing her to compete in the NCAA diving championships wiihoui sub mitting to urine tests The ruling applied only lo LeVanl I feel LeVanl said 1 am happy lo hear everything the judge said 1 feel 1 sel a precedent No other athJele has been willing to challenge the NCAA Weve won the first step I hope this makes other alhleles think about their situations more Houston committee ignores Yeoman HOUSTON iAPi A IDiversity of Houston advisory committee compiled a list of recommendations for the schools embattled athletic but stopped short of calling for a ban on former foolball coach Bill Yeoman After a closed 22 hour meeling ihe Athietic Advisory Committee agreed to some recommen but none involved Yeomans status at the said Bruce conimitlee chairman and a peMUcai ssience professor Oppenjieimer had said he wanted to pass a resolution calling for an end to Yeomans relationship with the The committee has no authority to PMsi the former who quit at the end ol the 1980 season and A9W works for the school president as a fund raiser a year liq recommendation was agreed to regarding the Status of BAH oppeiihcuner responding briefly to reporters queslions The which consisls of acully siudenls and asked Oppenheimer not to divulge ol the ihe recommendations or any possible discus sionaboul Yeoman it was a hard he adding that there were differing views and opinions expressed Alhlellc Director Rudy Davalos also would not com ment on the a source connected to the committee lold ihe Houston Foil the group drafted a revoiiiiiifrulation thai school administrators make public details of an in house investigation into the Cougar foolball program They donl wanl any secrels withheld from ihe public They wanl everylhmg brought lo light with ihe mvesliga said the who asked not to be identified They want the dirty laundry aired out Things keep pop ping up that nobody knew about and theyre tired of be Ing kept in the dark Berst said Mustangs withheld info Al Southern Mtthotlisl I instisiU s principal internal investigator almost certainly knew of improper slush fund paymenls lo foolball players for years and probably deliberalely wilhheld ihe mformalion from NCAA mvesligator David Berst says We knew during this last three months lhat somebody at SMU developed the information i about the slush fund and they kepi U from Bersi told the Times Herald on Wednesday John SMUs attorneyinvestigator from 1983 to would just have to be one of Ihose Berst said I think he had to have been one of those but I dont have said who admitled thai he did not know if he went beyond just being a good lawyer by withholding that information Berst said McEJhaney also is the person who coyjd reveal the most details about the slush including the names ol the SMU governing board members who ajkw ed the payments to continue rather than terminate them immeijiately after they were apparently in Contacted McElhaney refused to say if his 1883S investigation uncovered tne slush fund He saio it woyjcj not be appropriaie to discuss that bju Uxat he piwiie cooperation to an Sftju com Uxaji been asked to investigate SMUs pjjay   

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