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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas SportsWorld Sniffling North joins Hawaii leaders HONOLULU (AP) - Former U.S. Open champ Andy North, sniffling and snuffling with a heavy cold, said he was feeling so poorly it helped him play well. “I was just kind of staggering around out there,” he said after a fast finish — five birdies on the last six holes — put the cap on a nobogey round of 66 and gave him a share of the first round lead Thursday in the $500,000 Hawaiian Open golf tournament. “It often happens that when I’m not feeling well I play better. I just kind of forget about how I stand and what anybody else is doing and just play the one shot at a time,” North said. “I didn’t start thinking about it until the 15th/1 was thinking, ‘hey, I’m three under and if I birdie 18 I can finish four under.’ “Then I realized I already was four under.” And he followed with a pair of 10-foot birdie putts on the last two holes that lifted him into a share of the top spot with Hal Sutton, Scott Simpson and Canadian Dan Halldorson. Mark O’Meara, winner of last week’s Bing Crosby National Pro-Am, led a group at 67, five under par on the Waialae Country Gub course and a single shot off the lead. Also at that figure were Fred Couples, Dan Pohl, Vance Heafner, I/arry Mize and Mike Smith. Andy Bean, who often plays well in this event, and Craig Stadler topped the big group at 68. With soft greens, temperatures reaching near 80 and the prevailing trade winds making the par 5s play a little shorter, the scores were extremely low.Campbell wins lawsuit HOUSTON (AP) — Jurors took less than IO minutes to decide that All-Pro running back Earl Campbell does not owe a Houston security company $10,000 for a burglar alarm that was installed in his home four years ago.    **•Oilers' tickets going up HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers have announced they will raise ticket prices by an average of $3 next season. “We held the line longer than other teams.” Herzeg said. “We have the smallest seating capacity in the league. The average capacity in the NFL is 67,200.” The Astrodome holds 47,652 spectators.Racer dies at Daytona DAYTONA BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Francis Affleck, a race car driver from Charlotte, N.C., died Thursday when his Ford crashed on the backstretch of the Daytona International Speedway and flipped several times, raceway officials said. Affleck, a native of St. lambert, Quebec, suffered massive head injuries and was pronounced dead at the Halifax Medical Center in Daytona Beach shortly after the accident.Sale of Reds approved NEW YORK (AP) — Marge Schott’s purchase of controlling interest in the Cincinnati Reds has been approved by major league baseball owners, Commissioner Peter Ueberroth said. Under the purchase agreement, Schott, previously a limited partner in the Reds, becomes managing general partner of the team, replacing brothers James and William Williams.Soviets going to L.A. INGIJCWOOD. Calif. (AP) - The Soviets are coming to I/is Angeles, although it’s seven months too late for the Olympic Games. The Soviets, who boycotted the I/is Angeles Olympics last summer after voicing concern over security arrangements for their athletes, have sent a delegation to the Los Angeles Times-Kodak Indoor Games tonight at the Forum. Included in the group are Irina Podyalovskaya, who will compete in the women’s 1,000-yard run, high-jumper Vladimir Granenkov and pole vaulter Konstantin Volkov. The meet has drawn some of America’s top track stars — including Carl I^ewis and Valerie Brisco-Hooks — and also attracted a sparkling international field. In addition to the Soviets, there will be a trio of athletes from Romania, which defied the Soviet Olympic ban and competed in the Summer Games. Nature outing reset The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department’s nature outing at luanda I^ke has been rescheduled for Feb. 16. The program will start at 9 a m. at the boathouse, and it is the first in a series of programs for the citizens of New Braunfels to enjoy and learn about the ecology of the area. Included in the activities will be short presentations by Bill Schumann, agent for the Texas Agricultural Extension Service; David Whatley, director of the parks department; and Marcus? Tonish, program director for the parks department. Topics to be discussed include aquatic vegetation, history of the Comal Springs, waterfowl and the recreational use of the area. Magic returns to Michigan State bench By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The “Magic” was back at Michigan State. And it helped carry the Spartans to a 65-56 upset of ninth-ranked Illinois, keeping Michigan State alive in the Big Ten Conference race. It all happened as the man who led Michigan State to the 1979 NCAA title, Earvin “Magic” Johnson, sat on the bench. Johnson had stopped off in East Lansing, Mich., on his way to Sunday’s National Basketball Association All-Star game in Indianapolis, where he will represent the Los Angeles Lakers. “I think the fact that Earvin was here gave our kids a lift,” Michigan State Coach Jud Heathcote said. “I also think it gave the coaching staff a lift, especially the old coach.” Michigan State and Illinois now both have 6-4 Big Ten records, two games behind conference co-leaders Iowa and Michigan. Illinois is 18-6 overall. In another Big Ten game, eighth-ranked Michigan defeated Purdue 95-84. Also, No. ll Nevada-Las Vegas beat Pacific 97-72, No. 14 Louisiana Tech downed Texas-Arlington 86-61 and 15th-ranked North Carolina beat Virginia 82-73. Michigan won its eighth straight game, going 17-3 overall and 8-2 to tie Iowa for the Big Ten lead. Junior center Roy Tarpley scored 21 of his a career-high 31 points in the second half as the Wolverines turned a 41-35 halftime lead into a 69-45 advantage with about IO ‘I think the tact that Earvin was here gave our kids a lift. I also think it gave the coaching staff a lift, especially the old coach.’ Michigan State coach Jud Heathcote minutes to play. Nevada-Las Vegas extended the longest current winning streak in the nation to 17 with an easy Pacific Coast Athletic Association victory over Pacific. Ed Catchings scored 12 of his 16 points in the second half for UNLV, and the Runnin’ Rebels blew the game open late in the first half with a 19-10 scoring burst. The victory gave UNLV an 18-2 mark, 11-0 in the PC AA. Louisiana Tech chalked up its third straight victory with help from the inside work of Robert Goldbolt and Willie Simmons. Goldbolt had 17 points, seven rebounds and five assists, while Simmons had six blocked shots in the Southland Conference victory over Texas-Arlington. Tech trails SLC-leading Lamar by a half game with a 6-1 conference record. The Bulldogs are 19-2 overall. North Carolina had to hold off a late rally by Virginia before winning the Atlantic Coast Conference game. Stop here New Braunfels' Debbie Smith puts up a stop sign against an opponent during a game earlier this season. The Unicorn girls and Canyon girls bf SYI. CLARK /HfHALD-Zf mjNG wrap up their seasons tonight, with New Braunfels playing Hays at home and the Cougarettes meeting Fredericksburg at home.Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION 8pm    Boxing: Friday Night Boxing, USA 8pm    Boxing Top Rank Boxing. ESPN SATURDAY TELEVISION Noon Baksetball: SMU at North Carolina State, KMOt 2 pm    Bowling: US. Open. ABC 2 p m    Basketball Maryland at Duke,    ESPN 4pm    Golf Hawann Open. KMOL 4pm    Basketball Illinois at Michigan. ESPN 7 p m Basketball: Georgetown at Boston College. USA 7 30 p m Basketball Pepperdine at DePaul, WCN 8pm Basketball Indiana at Northwestern, ESPN 8 05 p m Basketball NBA Old Timer's Game and Slam Dunk Contest, WTBS Local sports j 3 rn Girls' basketball Hays freshmen, irsity, varsity at New Braunfels n    Girls' basketball Fredericksburg o, junior varsity, varsity at Canyon n    Boys' basketball New Braunfels n, junior varsity, varsity at Hays i    Boys' basketball Canyon freshmen, irsity. varsity at Fredericksburg i    Boys' basketball Cole junior varsity. it Smithson Valley NBA boxes liege scores day s College Basketball ta Associated Press ty SO. St Francis, Pa. 72 ★ Estes ippars Spurs V CLIPPERS 1108) Johnson 6 19 4 4 16, Catchings 1 2 3 4 5, maldson 8 12 7 8 23, Nixon 4 15 8 8 16, Smith 05 7 15, Cage 8 13 3 7 19, Bridgeman 4 ll I 2 White 00 2 4 2. Murphy 0 3 12 1. Warrick I 2 ) 2, Gordon 0 30 0 0 Totals 37 90 34 46 108 IN ANTONIO (1201 tavarom 1 6 5 6 7, Mitchell I 10789, Gilmore 15 4 7 22. Moore 5 14 2 2 12, Getvin 10 24 3 5 . Paxson 3 6 2 3 8 Banks 510 2 2 12, Knight 2 l l 6. Robertson 5 9 3 3 13, Cook 2 5 2 2 6. lies I 1 0 0 2 Totals 44 105 31 39 120 A Clippers ........ 28    22 24    34-108 in Antonio   ....... 34    33 37    1 8—120 Three point goats Knight Fouled out - 1 more Rebounds-Los Angeles 60 (Donaldson I), San Antonio 74 llavaroni 191 Assists - Los tgeles 26 (Nixon ID, San Antonio 30 (Moore ). Total fouls Los Angeles 25, San Antonio 34 -7,356 'arriors Rockets □LOEN STATE (1061 Short 7 18 44 18, Smith 612 34 15, hitehead 8 16 6 6 22, Conner 4 13 34 11 Floyd 17911 19, Johnson I    8668, Wilson    ll 04 2. ak sines 4 6 04    8. Bum    11 0-0 2. Totals 37 92 37105 OU8TON (112) McCray 8 10 9 13 25. Sampson 17 24 8-12 42, laiuwon 442 3-6 11, Hollins 24 0-1 4, Lloyd 442 2 9, Leaven 24 12 5, Wiggins 4 7 OO 8, icheaux 11 OD 2, Reid 3-7 OO 6, Ehlo OO OO Totals 4501 22 36112 olden State......... 21    17 32 Ii—106 oueton.............26    22 26 33-112 Fouled out-None Rebounds - Golden State I (Smith 16), Houston 54 (Sampson 15) Saratt - Golden State 16 (Conner, Floyd 7), oueton 32 (McCray 8). Total fouls-Golden tate 26, Houston 26 Technicals Wilson A — 1,921. Fairleigh Dickinson 83, Loyola. Md 61 Fairmont St IOO, W Virginia St 91 Marshall 93. Appalachian St 82 Massachusetts 59. St Bonaventure 56 Northeastern 54, Colgate 45 Penn St 58. Rhode Island 54 St Joseph's 64 George Washington 40 Temple 69. Rutgers 58 West Virginia 85, Duquesne 61 SOUTH Ala Birmingham BO, Jackson St 57 Citadel 73. W Carolina 70 Georgia Southern 77. Georgia St 50 Hardin Simmons 59. Centenary 57 Jacksonville 72. South Alabama 64 Jacksonville St 82. West Georgia 73 Kentucky 68 Vanderbilt 62 Kentucky St 63. Campbellsville 60 louisiana Tech 86 Toxas Arlington 61 McNeese St 70, Arkansas St 60 Mercer 92. Samfotd 80 Middle Tenn 60. Tennessee St 59 N C Wilmington 58, E Carolina 56 Norfolk St 91. Fayetteville St 83 North Carolina 82. Virginia 73 Oid Dominion 75, South Florida 73 Radford 70, Baptist 68. OT Va Commonwealth 77, N C Charlotte 56 MIDWEST Creighton 58. Drake 56 Indiana 58. Wisconsin 54 Michigan 95 Purdue 84 Michigan St 64. Illinois 56 Ohio St 63 Northwestern 60 W Illinois 80, E Illinois 73 Wichita St 80. S Illinois 56 SOUTHWEST Ark Little Rock 74. Houston Baptist 64 Bradley 76, W Texas St 71 NE Louisiana 80, N Texas St 74 Nicholls Si 70, Prairie View 68 Texas El Paso 68. Utah 56 FAR WEST Ancona 68. Stanford 56 Arizona St 61. California 60 California 88. Santa Clara 58 Colorado 72. Iowa St 70 Nev Las Vegas 97, Pacific 72 New Mexico 76, Brigham Young 74 San Diego St 75, Colorado St 72 San Jose St 69 New Mexico St 59 Southern Cal 61, Washington 50 NHL By Th* Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Petrick Division W L T Washington    33    13    8 Philadelphia    29    16    7 NY Islanders    ..    29    22    3 NY Rangers ....    17    28    8 Pittsburgh ..... 18    27    5 New Jersey ,..17 29    6 Adams Division Montreal ......27    17    IO Buffalo........26    15    12 Quebec   ..... 25    22    7 Boston........ 25    22    7 Hertford ......12    29    5 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norrie Division St Louie ......24    19    IO Chicago  23    28    3 Minnesota ..... 16    27    10 Detroit  16    30    9 Toronto .......11    35    7 Smyths Division Edmonton .....38    10    6 Calgary ...... 28    20    7 Winnipeg .... 28    22    5 Los Angeles .... 23    21    IO Vancouver  16    33    7 Thursday s Oemes Boston 7, Hartford 6 New Jersey 6. Pittsburgh 3 St. Louie 6, Detroit 5, tie Montreal 5. Quebec 4 Los Angeles 4, Philadelphia 4 tie N Y Islanders 7, N Y Rangers 5 Today s Games Los Angeles at Washington Edmonton at Minnesota Vancouver at Winnipeg Saturday s Games Chicago at Boston Pittsburgh at N Y Islanders Philadelphia at Washington New Jersey at Quebec Edmonton at Deport N Y Rangers at Hartford Buffalo at Calgary Toronto at Montreal Minnesota at St Louis Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BOSTON REO SOX Signed Jackie Gutierrez shortstop and Mike Brown pitcher, to one year contracts CLEVELAND INDIANS Signed Julio Franco, shortstop, Brook Jacoby, third baseman, and Roy Smith. Jerry Udjui and Jim Siwy, pitchers, to one year contracts MINNESOTA TWINS Signed John Butcher, pitcher, to a one year contract Reached a con tract agreement with Jeff Reed catcher National League MONTREAL EXPOS Signed Tim Cates, John Cop son and Floyd Yeomans, pitchers, and Rene Gonzales Al Newman and Luis Rivera, infielders PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Traded Al Oliver. fest baseman, to the Los Angeles Dodgers for Pat Zachry, pitcher BASKETBALL National Football Association CLEVELAND CAVALIERS Activated Edgai Jones, forward center FOOTBALL National Football League NEW YORK GIANTS Named Bill Belichick defensive coordinator ST LOUIS CARDINALS Named Chuck Banker running backs coach and Dick Jamieson offensive coordinator United States Football League JACKSONVILLE BULLS Cut Matt Robinson and Ben Bennett, quarterbacks Signed Terry LeCount. wide receiver, to a two year contract LOS ANGELES EXPRESS Named R.chard S Stevens Chairman of the Board Pts OF GA 74 227    157 65 219 164 61    249    214 42 187 220 41    182    230 40    181    216 64 210 178 64    196    151 57 211    193 57 201    189 39 174 229 58    204    199 49    208    207 42    182    214 41    198    249 29    182    233 82    272    177 63    255    214 61    238    239 58    246    228 37    184    283 Spurs schedule Continued from Page 8A Here is the San Antonio Spurs' schedule for the rest of the season FEBRUARY 12. Kansas City; 14, Phoenix; 15, at Denver, 18, at LA Clippers, 20, Washington. 22, at Phoenix. 24, Portland; 26, at New York, 27. at Boston MARCH I, at Detroit. 2, at Atlanta 4, Philadelphia, 6. Indiana. 7. at Phoenix, 9, Houston. 12. at Golden State. 14. at Seattle; 15, at LA Lakers. 17, Denver, 19. at Dallas 20, Chicago, 22, Dallas 24, Seattla. 27, Golden State; 29, at Utah 31, at LA Clippers APRIL 3, LA Lakers; 5, at Denver. 7. Houston. 9, at Houston; 12, Kansas City, 14, Utah Murray reached for Estes but Lyons pushed him away, then kicked the wire clear. Estes was probably dead when he hit the ground. Joseph Estes, who retired after 31 years at the Anaconda Corp. smelting plant, was working the night shift. "I had stayed home because I knew they were playing and he always called after a game,” Wayne’s father said. “I talked to him, then gave the phone to his mother and I went to work. “Later, my brother-in-law came to get me at work. He told me Wayne had been killed in a car wreck. It wasn’t until I got home and I Sidell Anderson called that we found out what really happened.” Wayne had just made the first payment on a $10,000 triple-indemnity life insurance policy. And, in an interview after that last game, he had talked of numbness in his hands and arms. “He told us that, too,” Joseph Estes said. “He said he was shooting the ball, but somebody else was putting it in. They kept writing stories, making a big deal out of this, like Wayne had some kind of premonition of death. We finally had our attorney talk to them. “And that insurance policy. We told him he should wait until he turned pro — you know, the leakers were after him — and he said he signed because this salesman wouldn't leave him alone. He’d be out playing hall with some little kids in the playgrounds and here’d come this guy. Wayne said he finally signed it just to get the guy off his back.” “Hey, we were 21 years old! We never talked about dying,” Lyons said. “We were excited to be there. Back then, it was a big thrill just to get a basketball scholarship to play at Utah State University. “I remember I used to get sick before games and I couldn’t wait to get into the locker room at halftime and throw up again. It was the same thing with Wayne His hands were numb because he was so excited.” $20,000 $20,000 FRED BEHRENDS NEW BRAUNFELS rcivfc" CENTER i FEBRUARY 13th (FIRST TIME EVER) 10 MAN BATTLE ROYAL ■    ■    arm    mmm    rn    mm    —    —    ■■    ■    ■    ■    ■    mmm-mmmm    mmmmt-mm    WWW    rn    rn    rn    ■■wnmwiwrf V#' $20,000 w, -SS* Sr- US Root** n***    -    ^kihiuu Plus (4) Othsr Matchus and mors Super Start TICKETS OU SALE TNE OAT Of TNI MATCHES STANTON AT SM P.M ;