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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas SA New Braunfels Herald Zeitung    Sunday, February 5,1984 Alabama shocks Kentucky By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS TUSCALOOSA, Ala. - Alabama, led by Buck Johnson’s IS points, pressed Kentucky into 23 turnovers Saturday and upset the third-ranked Wildcats 6942 in a Southeast Conference basketball game. Alabama improved its record to 13-6 overall and 6-4 in the SEC. Kentucky fell to 16-3 overall and 7-3 in the league. Alabama shot an ice cold 30.6 percent from the Beld in the first half, but Kentucky helped the Crimson Tide stay close with 13 turnovers. Kentucky led 32-29 at the half after being on top by as many as 12 points early in the game.Georgia Tech 71, Maryland 70 ATLANTA — John Salley converted a three-point play wilth eight seconds remaining to give Georgia Tech a 71-70 double-overtime victory over 10th- ranked Maryland in an Atlantic Coast Conference game.UTEP 85, Brigham Young 77 EL PASO — Seventh-ranked Texas-El Paso scored 16 straight points to come from behind for an 86-77 victory over Brigham Young in a Western Athletic Conference game.Washington 89, UCLA 81,3 OT SEATTLE — Reserve guard Clay Damon and forward Detlef Schrempf scored five points each in the third overtime as Washington defeated UCLA 89-SI in a Pac-10 game.Georgetown 87, Connecticut 62 LANDOVER, Md. — Patrick Ewing scored 23 points, grabbed IS rebounds and blocked six shots to pace fourth-ranked Georgetown past Connecticut 87-62. The Hoyas’ sixth straight victory put them in a first-place tie in the Big East Conference with idle Syracuse at 8-1.DePaul 59, St. John's 57, OT CHICAGO — Kenny Patterson’s 10-foot jump shot with three seconds remaining in overtime lifted undefeated and second-ranked DePaul to a 59-57 victory over St. John’s.S.F. Austin 69, SWT 60 SAN MARCOS — Guard Kevin Sumuel scored 17 points and forward Kevin Hurley 16 points to lead Stepen F. Austin to a 69-60 victory over Southwest Texas State in a Lone Star Conference game.Texas ABI 56, Sam Houston 55 KINGSVILLE - Thor Dekker’s basket with four seconds remaining gave Texas A&I a dramatic 56-55 Lone Star Conference victory over Sam Houston State.Food and fitness Exercise program should include 3 areas Editor’s Bote: This Is the sec—d la a series of monthly features on nutrition and exercise. By KEITH MAXWELL Rocroation Coordinator City of Now Braunfels Cardiovascular endurance, muscular endurance, strength and flexibility are the health-related aspects of physical fitness. Consequently, an exercise session is divided into three sections. I. Flexibility exercises, 2. Muscular endurance and strength exercises, and 3. Cardiovascular endurance. Three to five workouts a week, with each session lasting 15 to 30 minutes, can produce gains in all three areas. Flexibility is the capacity of the muscle to elongate and return to its normal position. Benefits of good flexibility include prevention of sore muscles and health problems Uke lower back pain, the enhancement of strength development and prevention of injuries. When stretching here are a few guidelines. don’t bounce or use jerky motions, don’t strain (stretch slowly to the limit and hold), use constant pressure and hold the stretch for six to 12 seconds, breathe while stretching and concentrate on relaxing while stretching. Here are a few exercises for flexibility: 1. To stretch hamstring muscles: Place feet together with legs straight and bend from the waist to touch toes, increase the stretch as you relax, let your arms and neck relax. Also, start in a standing position with feet spread, reach to touch the ground behind your feet and hold. Sitting down, put legs together and straight out, palms along the side of the leg. SUde your hands forward and hold the stretch. For another exercise sitting down, spread legs and grab the left ankle with both hands, then switch to the right ankle. 2. To stretch muscles on inside of thighs: Sit with legs crossed at the ankles, place your hands on the inside of your knees and push toward the floor. Also, you can sit with the soles of your feet together and grasp your toes. Gently pull yourself forward until you feel a stretch in the groin area. 3. To stretch the lower back: Lie down, legs together and straight with hands to the side. Lift your legs all the way back intil your toes touch the ground behind the head. Hold it there. Be sure not to let buttocks to go beyond the head. Heavy resistance work with few repetitions builds muscle size and strength, while light resistance exercise with many repetitions develops muscular endurance. In working with weights, one should perform exercises for all body parts and perform each exercise three times, doing eight repetitions each. During the first set, lift half your maximum; during the second three-quarters and during the third lift the maximum. One should lift weights every other day and go through a cardiovascular workout on the off days. Cardiovascular endurance is frequently considered the most important aspect of physical fitness because those who posss it reduce the risk of heart disease. Walking, running, cycling and swimming are a few good aerobic exercises that help cardiovascular endurance. Signs of overextension during exercise are: tightness or pain in the chest, severe breathlessness, lightheadedness, dizziness, loss of muscle control and nausea. Stop exercising if you feel any of these symptoms. In next month's column, I will discuss weight conditioning for men and women. Pork a valuable source of B vitamins By CONNIE WORLEY County Extension Agent Our feature this month in the Food and Fitness campaign is pork. lf pigs could talk, they would probably say "We’re so misunderstood.” Pork supplies the body with many important nutrients, and perhaps it is best known for furnishing the sometimes hard-to-get B vitamins Pork is the ne hest source of thiamin < vitamin B-1), as three ounces of cooked lean pork provides 35 percent of the adult male Recommended Daily Allowance of the vitamin. Pork is also an excellent source of vitamins B-6, B- 12, niacin and nboflavin. These little B-vitamin critters may not seem very significant, but they are very important to the functioning of your body. They help the body cells get energy from food, and they help keep appetite and digestion normal. They also help keep the skin healthy. Protein, iron, phosphorous and zinc are also found in a three-ounce serving of pork. But what about cholesterol? We hear a great deal about cholesterol, and as you probably know research continued to make new findings. Cholesterol has been associated with coronary heart disease, and red meat has been condemned as one of the cholesterol culprits. In defense of pork, let me point out that the three-SportsWorld This week in besketbeUIrwin IbbcIb Crosby Pro-Am PEBBLE BEACH. Calif. (AP) - Hale Irwin contrived a hard-won 68 and moved into a two-stroke lead Saturday in the third round of the 43rd Bing Crosby National Pro-Am.Oilers sign Moon HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers made made quarterback Warren Moon the highest paid player in the National Football League Saturday, but emphasized that they will not renegotiate running back Earl Campbell's contract, which had two years left on it.Knicks whip Rockets HOUSTON (AP) - New York forward Bernard King failed in his bid to score 50 points in three consecutive games, but did hit 25 points to lead the Knicks to their fifth straight victory, a 103-95 win over the Houston Rockets in a National Basketball Association game Saturday night. Girls' regular season ends Smithson Valley’s girls, headed for the playoffs for the second straight year, join the Canyon and New Braunfels girls in wrapping up district play this week. In boys’ action, Canyon tries to keep its district hopes alive, New Braunfels looks for an upset and Smithson Valley tries to bring a little order to a jumbled district race. Monday night, the 13-12 Rangerettes wrap up District 26-3A play with a home game against Southside. Smithson Valley clinched the second-place playoff berth Thursday by beating Bandera 46-36 on the strength of 22 free throws. Also Monday night, 16-10 Canyon travels to Gonzales to try and repeat their earlier success against the Apaches. The Cougarettes, who are 4-6 in district play, beat Gonzales 48-33 the last time the teams met. Thursday, the Cougarettes wind up their season at home against Kerrville Tivy. New Braunfels’ girls, 8-16 on the year and 3-7 in Millett to attend Southwest Texas ounce serving of pork has about 77 milligrams of cholesterol. This compares to 86 millgrams from a similar-sized portion of turkey dark meat and 76 millgrams from skinless, roasted chicken. It is also important to point out that a low-cholesterol diet alone is no insurance against coronary heart disease. If you are planning a low-cholesterol diet, have your blood cholesterol checked by your doctor. The cholesterol controversy continues; we try to understand and evaluate new findings The best advice is still to eat a variety of good wholesome foods, exercise regularly and control your weight. A low cholesterol diet may not be for everyone, but a well-balanced diet is. By DAVID KING Sports editor The New Braunfels connection with Southwest Texas grew a little stronger Friday night. The Unicorns’ Mark Millett waited a day longer than his teammates, but came up with the same decision — he’s going to SWT to play football. Millett, a linebacker and tight end, verbally committed to Southwest Texas Friday night, accepting the school’s offer of a half athletic scholarship, Coach Jim Streety said. Millett will join teammates Brian Frassmann and Tim Doty in signing with SWT on Wednesday, which is the first day colleges can sign high school players for scholarships. Doty will receive a full athletic scholarship and Frassmann a grant-in-aid to attend the San Marcos university. The three players are the first Unicorns to sign with SWT in Streety’s tenure as coach in New Braunfels, even though Streety and assistants Bob Baker, Lew Simmonds, Tim Kingsbury, Peter Garza, David Bailiff and Neat Miller all went to SWT. ‘i’m really excited; I think it’s great for them and it’s great for us that they signed these local guys,” Streety said. In fact, the three are the first local players to go to SWT on scholarship in the last IO years. Canyon’s JoeBowling Here are this week's results from Comal Bowl: Ball and Chain Mixed: 1. Woodcrafts of South Texas. High team game: Braunfels Sporting Goods, 720. High team series: Nance’s Day Care, 2,029. High individual series: women, Vivian Nowotny, 529; men, Kermit Altwein, 566. High individual game: women, Bobbie Ellington, 203; men. Kermit Altwein and Bill Self, 226. City Ten Pin: I. Lands Pharmacy. 2. Stroh’s Beer 3. Hoffmann Floors. High series: Cecil Konkel, 641. High game: Cecil Konkel, 235. Sunday Night Mixed: 1. Interstate Gulf. 2. Misfits. 3. On Target. Wednesday Morning Kaffee Klatsch: I.Louise’s Beauty Salon. 2. Keno’s Drive Inn. 3. The Pit Stops. High series: louise Harborth, 519. High game: Louise Harborth, 200. Tuesday Morning Ladies: 1. Jerry Jon. 2. Blackwell Welding. 3. Bob district play, are at home Monday night against Fredericksburg, which upset previously unbeater Kerrville Tivy Thursday. Thursday night, the Unicorns wind up the season at Hays. Tuesday, Smithson Valley’s boys travel to Southside to meet the run-and-gun Cardinals. The Rangers are 4-3 in district play, tied for second, and 7-17 overall. Friday, the Rangers travel to Cede to meet the Cougars, who shocked Smithson Valley 84-52 the first time the teams met. New Braunfels’ boys travel to Kerrville Tuesday night to meet the district-leading Antlers. The hard-luck Unicorns are 8-17, 1-8 in district play. New Braunfels is off on Friday. Canyon, which still has an outside shot at making the playoffs, is off Tuesday but faces Lockhart at home Friday night. The Cougars are 15-11 on the season, 5-4 in district play.Briefly Gutierrez was the last local player to attend SWT on a football scholarship; he went in 1973. For Millett, the scholarship will probably be supplemented with financial aid, Streety said. "He’ll wind up on full scholarship one way or another,” the coach noted. Southwest Texas was sold on Millett during the Unicorns’ playoff game against Carrizo Springs in November, Streety said. SWT scouts saw Millett make a one-handed catch for a touchdown and intercept a screen pass and return it for another touchdown that night. All three players will probably be allowed to start out their freshman years at the position they want to play, Streety said. "Mark wants to play tight end, but they also like him at an outside linebacker or defensive end position,” the coach said. Frassmann will probably start out at nose guard and Doty at offensive guard. "They’ll eventually end up at a position where they’ll have the best chance to play and help the team,” Streety said. "It’s a pretty common philosophy to let new guys coming in start out where they feel the most comfortable.” Canyon’s Billy Rudelitsch is also interested in Southwest Texas, while Glenn Nemec and Thomas Haeussler have scheduled visits to Texas Lutheran. Coker Insurance. High series: Lois Dreibrodt, 549. High game: Cleo Hild and Lillian Dystara, 204. Monday Morning Coffee: I. Goepf Jewelers. 2. New Braunfels Savings and Loan. 3. Hilda's Avon. High sones: Ruth Mitchell, 474. High game: Ruth Mitchell, 171. Comal Ladies Mooday Afternoon: I. Guaranty State Bank 2. Texas Commerce Bank. 3. Arby’s. High series: Pearl Marion. 511. High game: MaudineCoon, 203. TG IF: 1. Ramirez Construction. 2. Kings and Queens. 3. Walt's Brake Shop. High series: men, Allen Aaron, 606; women, Doris Fox. 580. High game: men, Larry Bnster, 232; women, Doris Fox, 215. Thursday Night Ladles:    I. Colemans. 2. High Brehm Hats. 3. Schlitz Light Beer. High series: Charlene Scheel, 651. High game: Charlene Scheel, 244. League leaders stay unbeaten Eberhardt Lumber and Walnut Pharmacy, the two undefeated teams in the New Braunfels Junior League Basketball, stayed unbeaten Saturday — barely. Eberhardt slipped past Crenwelge Plumbing 20-17, while Walnut Pharmacy edged New Braunfels Savings 20-19. In the day’s other game at New Braunfels Middle School, Guada-Goula Mechanical defeated Schneider Insurance 28-21. Eberhardt and Walnut Pharmacy are both now 4-0, while New Braunfels Savings is 2-2, Crenwelge Plumbing and Guada-Coma Mechanical are 1-3 and Schriewer Insurance is 0-4 on the season.Umpires to meet Wednesday The New Braunfels Umpires Association will hold an organizational meeting Wednesday at the luanda Recreation Center at 7 p.m. Anyone interested in umpiring during the 1964 softball season should attend. For more information, call the rec center at 629-6196 between I p.m. and 8 p.m. weekdays.ScoreboardOn the air SONDAY Ti Ll VISION IO a rn Wrestling USA KWEK IO 30 4 in Wrestling KENS Noon ho basketball De ii oil 41 Boation, ESPN 1 p rn College basketball Si John s 41 DePaul MCR 2pm Gull Cn>sby ho Am KENS 2 JO p rn    Bonny US VI    OM mw Id, USAT 2 30 p rn    Beamy. ESPN 3pm brrrmm41 Sponswoiid. KMOl 3 30 p m General Wide World of Sports. USAT 6pm Hockey Qualm at Buttal USA 6pm Wresting WISS 7pm Pro basketball Loa Angeles al San Antonio. ESPN MONDAY TELEVISION J pm    Tennis Marco island Womens Tournament. USA 7pm College basketball Tennessee at LSO, ESPN 7 30 p m Coneys basketball St Mary s vs UTSA A MOL 9 pm    Coneys basketball Pittsburgh at Conriacticuf ESPNLocal sports MONDAY 6 p m Gels basketball Soothe** JV, varsity st Smtihson Vaney 6pm - Gels bask alban Fredericksburg JV. varsity at New Brauntab 6pm - Gels basketball Canyon JV, varsity at GonzalesLocal basketball District 13 SA Boys standings District games only Team W L Kerrville Tiyy 7 I Doter .ties 7 I Lockhart 6 3 Canyon 6 4 Fredericksburg 4 6 New Braunfels I 8 Hays 0 8 Tuesday's games — Canyon 69, Fredericksburg SB, Lockhart 62 New Braunfels SB Gonzales 66 Kerrville Tivy 65 Friday * yentas -* Gonzales SO. New Braunfels 46, Canyon 73, Mays 59 Lockhart 96 Fredericksburg 66 District 26 3A Boys standings Dretrtc! games only Team    yy    l Bandera    5    j Smithson Valley    4    3 Southside    4    3 Boerne    4    3 Randolph    3    4 Cole    1    6 Tuesday s games - Smithson VaBey 66 Ren*** 46. Boerne 66. Cole 66. Bender# 77 Southside 66 Fridays games Bandera 43. Smithson Vakey 39 Boerne 62 Randolph SB SouthsMle 66 Cole SBVolleyball New Braunfels Volley bali League Standings as of Fab 2 Women S A Team    W    L Grist MiU    6    0 Neuse Paving    5    t Under Pass Saloon    4    2 Golden's Ranch House Steaks    4    2 Clear Springs Ca tar mg    3    3 Wenden and Sons    I    6 Panier# * Pizza    I    6 Comal PMI Control    0    6 Women's B Team    W    L Ducky s T Shirts    4    0 McKenna Memorial Hospital    3    I New Braunfels Savings    3    I (Rue s Drapery    3    I Mr Gents    1    3 drag s Automotive    1    3 Goad* Coma Mechanical    I    3 Miller High Lite    0    4 Co-Roc Teem    W    L Ferguson Motor Co    2    0 Tri City Distributors    2    0 Joe s Fried Chicken    2    0 Now Braunfels Sporting Goods    1    I Ho* Family Youth    I    I FTO    0    7 Julians Floors    0    2 Midnight Stars    0    2Pro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Press Att Times CST EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 37 9 804 — Philadelphia 30 16 662 7 New York 27 18 600 9* New Jersey 24 23 610 UVE Washington 21 26 447 14VE Cenbat Division Atlanta 27 21 662 Deb on 26 20 666 VE 26 21 643 VE Chicago 16 26 363 8 VE Cleveland 16 30 333 10 Indiana 13 32 267 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah 28 17 630 Dallas 26 22 632 4VE Denver 20 27 426 SVE Houston 20 27 426 9 VE San Antonio 20 27 426 6VE Kansas City 16 27 .413 IO Pacific Division Los Angeles rn IB 4*4 _ Portland 28 30 663 2 VE Seattle 24 20 646 4VE Golden State 21 26 447 • Phoenix    20    26    444    9 San Diego    16    32    312    16 Friday s Games Boston 126. Indiana 106 Atlanta 99 Philadelphia BB Detroit 126 San Diego 111 Kansas Cay 114, New jersey 112 Cleveland 106. Chicago 76 Denver 114. Dallas 111 Los Angeles 109 Utah 106 Portland 116 Milwaukee 110 Seattle 121. San Antonio 106 Saturday s Games Washington 126, Indiana 101 Cleveland 106 San Diego 100 Atlanta 102. Philadelphia 97 New Jersey 106. Chicago 106 Kansas Cay 107, Denver 100 New York 103. Houston 96 Milwaukee at Utah in) Phoenu at Golden State tnt Sunday s Games Deboa at Boeton. noon Dallas et Seattle 4 30 p m Loa Angelas at San Antonio, 7 p m Phoenu at Portland, 9 06 p m College acorea Saturday s College Basketball Score# By The Associated Pleas Boston Co* 72. Pittsburgh SB Georgetown 67. Connecticut 62 UuteuiNe63.le6aMe«B Alabama BB, Kentucky 62 Duke 67, Virginia 64 Georgia Tach 71. Maryland TO. 201 Memphis St 63, Ala Be mmghan, 61. OT Indiana 81. Wisconsin 67 iowa St 67, Oklahoma St 63 Arkansas 63. Baylor 44 Washington 89. UCLA 81. 30 T Wake Forest 76. Clemson 72. OT Marquette 68. Richmond 66 So California 66. Washington St 61 Miss Valley St 62. Tenet Southern 61 South Carotins 62, Nob# Dame 42 Houston 76, So Methodist 67 Tamt Tech 47. Tesas Christian 46 Tuba 93, Drake 74 Louisiana Tach 69, Ta joss Arlington 74 Mc Nee se St 60. Arkansas St 66 North Carolina 76. The Citadel 60 NE Louisiana 71, N Tense St 64 Evansville 66, Oklahoma City 63 Rice 43, Tenet ADM 42 Tenet El Paso 66. Brigham young 77 tumors State 93. Weal Tense Stole 82 Stephen F Austin 69. Southwest Tense 60 Angelo State 72. Howard Payne 67 Tanas Airt 66. Sam Houston 66 Minnesota 63. Ohio Slaw Bl Air Force 67. Hewett 64Transactions Saturday s Sports Transactions By The Associated Presa FOOTBALL National FootbaM League PHILADELPHIA EAGLES - Reiaaaed Dan Pastor mr. quarterback TIM DOTY    MARK    MILLETT BRIAN FRASSMANN ;