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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 16, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas •A    New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung    Thursday, February 16,1984 Mavericks beat Sixers for first time By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Together, Dick Motto and the Dallas Mavericks are reaching milestones Motto coached his 650th victory as the Mavericks defeated the Philadelphia 76ers 119-116 in double overtime Wednesday night for their first victory over the defending National Basketball Association champions in the franchise’s three-year history. “The atmosphere was almost playoff type. It was a sellout and we were playing the world champions. The win couldn’t have come against a better club. This win should help the franchise,” Motta said. “I’m tickled to death with the result.” In other games Wednesday night, it was San Antonio 114, New Jersey 108; Milwaukee 107, Indiana 91; Cleveland 104, Phoenix 90; and Seattle 116, Washington 99. Meanwhile, the Chicago Bulls traded Reggie Theus to the Kansas City Kings Wednesday for center Steve Johnson and three second-round draft choices. Theus, a two-time All- Star guard in his sixth year, has spent most of this season on the bench after Chicago Coach Kevin Loughery complained of his lack of defensive play. The Mavericks blew a 14-point lead in the fourth quarter and played in overtime without their star, Mark Aguirre, who fouled out in the first overtime after scoring 33 points. But Brad Davis, Rolando Blackman and Pat Cummings sank crucial free throws in the final minute of the second overtime to give Dallas its first victory over Philadelphia in Canyon team tourney gets underway today The Canyon Team Tennis Tournament got underway this morning and will continue through Saturday afternoon at courts around the city. Kerrville Tivy met Lockhart at the New Braunfels High School courts and Canyon met Uvalde at Newk’s Tennis Ranch this morning, while Friday Taylor meets Fredericksburg at NBHS and Del Valle meets New Braunfels at Newk’s. In each meeting between teams, the top six boys and top six girls singles players and the top three doubles teams of each sex play. The team that wins IO or more matches advances in the winners’ bracket. The competition for seventh place will be Saturday at 8:30 a.m. at Canyon, and third place will be decided at 8:30 a.m. Saturday at NBHS. The championship and consolation finals will be Saturday. Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6:30 pm. — Olympics XIV Wader Olympic Gamps, KS AT. 7 p m. - Pro basketball Utah at Kansas City, USA 9-30 p m - Pro basketball Boston et Golden Suta, USA IO pm. - College basketball UCLA at California. ESPN. FRIOAY TELEVISION 6.30 pm - Olympics XIV Winter Olympic Games. KSAT. 7pm- Auto racing Daytona Twin 125. USA 7 p m. - College basketball LSU at Alabama WTBS 8pm - Boling, ESPN Local sports THURSDAY Tennis Canyon Team Tournament 6 pm. - Boys basketball Kerrville Tivy JV. varsity at Canyon FRIOAY 6pm Boys basketball New Braunfels JV. varsity at Hays Tennis Canyon Team Tournament SATURDAY Terms Canyon Team Tournament 6 30 p rn - Gels’ basketball Smithton Valley vs Van Vleck, rn Gonzales Pro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Presa EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 39 12 766 Philadelphia 32 19 627 7 New York 31 19 620 7* New Jersey 26 27 491 14 Washington 24 28 462 16* Central Division Milwaukee 30 23 566 De lr ort 29 22 560 % Atlanta 29 25 52B 2 Chicago 21 28 429 7 Cleveland 20 31 392 9 Indiana 14 36 290 14* WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Utah 32 19 627 Oakes 29 25 628 6 San Antonio 24 30 444 9* Kansas City 21 30 412 It Denver 20 32 3B5 1214 Houston 20 32 385 12* Pacific Daviston Los Angeles 33 17 660 Portland 32 21 604 2* Seattle 27 23 540 6 Phoenix 23 29 442 ll Golden Stele 23 30 434 11* San Otego 17 36 327 17 Wednesday s Games San Antonio 114. New Jersey 106 Cleveland 104 Phoenix BO Milwaukee 107. Induna 91 Dana* 119 Phksdeiphw 116. 20 T Saattle 116. Washington 99 Thursday * Games indiana at New York Utah at Aeneas Cay Atlanta at Denver Boston at Golden State Houston at San Diego Friday s Games New Jersey at Pride do ipTva San Antonio at Chicago Phoenix at Dada# Utah at Milwaukee Denver at Loa Angela# Wallington at Portland Boston at Seattle College scores Wednesday s Collage Basketball Scores By The Assoc isled Press EAST Buck ne* 94. Dele were 62 Connecticut 79, Seton HaM67 Diesel 66. Hofstrs 47 Fairfield 79, Army 71 Georgetown SB, V steno vs 46 Harvard 91. Brenda* SI ion# 90 Hely Cloes 79 Le feds 7«. Manhattan «2 New Hampehee 77. Boston u TO Sierra 90, Long Mend U BB St Peters NJ 4B. Fordhem 42 Vermont U. St MrchaaTa, Vt 73 SOUTH Duke BO, Stetson BB OramBimg St SO. Tannaeaaa St B7 Jnwa Madia on SI. Towson St Ii Memphis St TS, Honda St B7 Mercer 07 Georgia St 07 N Carolina AST 79 Winston Salem St TO N Caroline St 77. Northeastern 74 Virginia Tech 56. Virginia 54 Wake Forest 68. Clemson 57 MIDWEST Bowling Green 71. W Michigan 53 Cleveland St 92. W Illinois 76 Dayton 77. Butler 76. OT DePaul 93. Loyola. Ill 77 E Michigan 65. Bell St 58 Kansas 67 Nebraska 66 Kansas St. 74. Color ado 64 Miami. Ohio 60. No Illinois 51 Minnesota 68. Wisconsin 67 Missouri 64. Iowa St 61 Ohio 76. Cent Michigan 60 Pittsburgh 67. Notre Dame 59 Toledo 81. Kent St. 68 Tulene 51, Cincinnati 40 SOUTHWEST Arkansas 55. Teaes Christum 48 Oklahoma 57. Oklahoma St 55 So Methodist 74. Baylor 57 Teaes 61. Rce 57 FAR WEST Air Force 70. Adams St. Colo 41 Denver 62. S Colorado 46 SWC standings Southwest Conference Basketball By The Associated Piess Conference Houston Arkansas Tease Tech Southern Math Rice Teies AbM Teies Teies Christum Baylor Sunday s Games Arkansas 65, North Carolina 64 Wednesday s Games Teies 61. Rica 67 Arkansas 66. Tete* Christum 48 SMU 74 Baylor 67 Thursday s Game Teies Tech et Houston Saturday • Games Taias at Arkansas Virginia at Houston SMU at Teies AbM Baylor at TOU Rice at Teias Tech AU Games W L Pci W L Pct ll 0 1 OOO 21 3 875 IO I 909 20 4 825 7 3 700 13 B 619 8 4 666 20 B 769 6 7 417 9 13 409 5 I 417 12 ll 522 2 9 182 6 16 273 2 10 167 9 14 381 I IO 091 6 17 227 Olympics seven tries. Blackman finished with 26 points for the Mavericks while Andrew Toney had 29 for the 76ers. Regulation play ended with the score tied 100-all as Bobby Jones’ tipped in Toney’s missed shot with two seconds to play. Davis’ layup with eight seconds to play tied the game 108-108 at the end of the first overtime. Bucks 107 Pacers 91 Milwaukee moved into first place in the Central Division by one-half game over Detroit with its victory at Indiana. Sidney Moncrief scored 24 points and Marques Johnson added 17 as the Bucks pulled away in the fourth quarter.Cavaliers 104 Suns 90 John Bagley came off the bench to score 21 of his 26 points in the second half as the host Cavaliers won their fifth straight game and eighth of the nine they have played since the All-Star break. DICK MOTTA .. .wins 650th game Georgetown avenges defeat By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Patrick Ewing collected 18 points and eight rebounds as Georgetown avenged one of only two defeats this season with a 59-46 triumph over Villanova in college basketball action Wednesday night. The victory was the 22nd for second-ranked Georgetown, which lost to the Wildcats by two points in double overtime the first time the teams met this season. In other games involving the Top Twenty, third-ranked DePaul crushed lioyola (111.) 93-77; No. 8 Memphis State tripped Florida State 75-67; No. 9 awarded through this afternoon's competition si ■ie XIV Olympic Waiter Games Gold Sitvsr Bronze Total Soviet Union 3 9 I 20 East Germany 7 7 6 19 Finland 2 3 6 IO Norway 3 1 3 7 Sweden 3 0 I 4 Switzerland 2 2 0 4 United States 2 2 0 4 West Germany 2 I 0 3 Canada 2 0 I 3 Czechoslovakia 0 I 2 3 Britain I 0 0 I Rely I 0 0 I Japan 0 I 0 I Yugoslavia 0 I 0 1 France 0 0 I I Liechtenstein 0 0 I I Austria 0 0 I I Oklahoma nipped Oklahoma State 57-55; No. 13 Wake Forest whipped Clemson 68-57, No. 14 Arkansas defeated Texas Christian 55-48 and No. 19 Duke beat Stetson 80*69. Georgetown Coach John Thompson stuck with Ewing, even though the 7-foot center had two early fouls and got a third with time running out in the first half. “My assistants wanted me to take Ewing out when he got his third, but I wanted to go with him,” Thompson said. “I thought about it, but decided to stay with him. I like him much better on the floor than by my side.” Freshman Dallas Comegys came off the bench to score a career-high 32 points, powering DePaul past Loyola. Tyrone Corbin added 18 points, Kenny Patterson had 15 and Kevin Holmes netted 12 as the Blue Demons raised their record to 19-1. Keith Lee scored 23 points and grabbed 13 rebounds to lead Memphis State over Florida State. Lee hit a field goal and four free throws in the final four minutes of the game to help Memphis State break a 63-63 tie and stop a Florida State comeback. Tim McCalister hit a pair of free throws with 31 seconds left to boost Oklahoma over Oklahoma State. Oklahoma All-American Wayman Tisdale preserved the victory with eight seconds left when he blocked a jump shot. So long, David Fans, rivals bid farewell to wrestler Von Erich DENTON (AP) — Many of the luminaries of the professional wrestling world paid their final respects to David Von Erich, 25, a ring comrade who died of a stomach ailment last week while on a wrestling tour of Japan. “This is the largest funeral we’ve ever had here,” an official of the First Baptist Church of Denton said of the estimated 3,500 who came Wednesday. Many of them waited as long as three hours for the IO a.m. funeral. The mourners were predominantly young women — whose screams for the wrestler at his matches had been likened to the devotion other girls once bestowed upon the Beatles during the 1960s. Ric Flair, an archrival of the wrestling Von Erich family, was subdued at the services, despite the fact that he had frequently shouted insults at David and other of the Von Erichs before, during and after wrestling battles in the Dallas-Fort Worth area. “The fact that we were enemies in the ring didn’t have anything to do with the tremendous amount of respect I had for him. He had unlimited guts,” said Flair, whose forehead is crisscrossed with scars. Von Erich’s real name was David Adkisson. He was a high school football and basketball star at nearby I .ake Dallas before joining brothers Kevin, Kerry and Michael in prolonging the family wrestling name begun two decades earlier by their father, who wrestled under the name of Fritz Von Erich. On either side of the closed casket were portraits of Von Erich — one of him in wrestling gear with his Texas heavyweight championship belt draped over his shoulder, the other of him in a tan leather jacket and white cowboy hat. One floral arrangement was in the shape of Texas. Another was in the shape of cowboy boots with a cross on top. Among other professional wrestlers who attended the funeral were Gem Kiniski, Dory and Terry Funk, Verne Gagne, Duke Keomucka, Brian Adias, Iceman King Parsons, Chris "The Gentleman” Adams, the Super Ds and Jose Lothario. Absent were television camera crews. Plans to film the services for later telecast were dropped when Von Erich’s father banned cameras from the church. He had considered having a closed funeral, but changed his mind. About 1,500 fans descended upon Grove Hill Memorial Park in East Dallas for a graveside service that followed the funeral. Many of them arrived as early as 8 a.m. Despite exhortations from police, the crowd refused to disperse after the service. They milled around the casket as it was lowered into the ground. As the hundreds of flower arrangements were laid at graveside, dozens of mourners rushed to pluck a memory of the dead wrestler. In less than a minute, most of the flowers were gone. "Fritz said the crowd is what made them, and he wanted the crowd to be a part of this. It’s a lot harder on the family this way, but the crowd loved the boys,” said Sondra Adkisson, David Von Erich's cousin. The Rev. Gene McCombs, a family friend from Memphis, Term., officiated at the funeral. “Let’s consider his life well spent. He left a fruitful life behind him. He was a young giant. He did more living in 25 years than most people do in 70 years,” McCombs said. Briefly SARAJEVO, yugoslavia (AP) Warners ot mot* than on* medal at 16a XIV Olympic Waiter Games through today t companion FOUR Kaon Enke. East Germany, spaed skating, two gold, two savin THREE Ga#tan Boucher. Canada, spaad skating, two gold, on# bronze Maria lasa Hamaiaman. Finland, crosscountry. two gold, one br ex irs Ai Kit aa Selman# East Germany, spaad skating one gold, two skvst Gunds Swan Sweden. Cloes coonily, two gold. one tx ex Ll a TWO Pater Angster. Wast Germany biathlon, one gold, one saver Bara Aunb. Norway, ctoae-coontfy. one gold. one saver Kvatoslava Jetiovs. Ciscitoslovak ta cross country, one saver, one broma Aki Karvonen. finland, clots country one saver. one broma Sat gat Khistxxkov, Soviet Union. speed skating two aa val. Ham Kxveerxemi. Finland, crosscountry, two broma Eh* KvaMoet. Norway, biathlon, one gold, one to r 9 n i a Natalya Patruaeva. Soviet Un*on, speed skating two brome Bm Pan ai san Norway, crosscountry, one gold. one brome Alexander Zavialov. Soviet Union, cross country. two sa VSI Nikolay Zxmatov. Soviet Union, cl usa coonily, Ona gold. Ona sa vat SARAJEVO. Yugoslavia IAP) - The medals Tennis association sets meeting The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold its annual meeting Tuesday at 7 p.m. at the luanda Recreation Center. The association will elect officers and discuss projects for this year at the meeting. NBYSA to hold annuel meeting The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will hold its annual meeting Feb. 23 at 7:30 p.m. at the Carl Schurz School cafeteria. Pre-registration for the fall season will be at 7 p.m. on the same night. Trophies will be awarded to last season's champions at the meeting. Fishing Report MI BUMPER TO BUMPER '    ^    Auto    Parts    Specialists •J. SAVE UP TO 40% WITH REBUILT PARTS! M    1    YEAR    WARRANTY rn/ TR ADC IN SAI-30. #41-31, *41-32 -1 Remanufactured Blower Motors 42 PIECE SOCKET VV' 6 H" Olive SAE and ■066370 s AC SPARK PLUGS QQc 88 NON RESISTOR [OMPI L----JMMMI——J RESISTOR AC-Delco The Smart Peru. AUSTIN (API Nara is tm weakly fishing tspurt compital! by th# Taxes Parks and Wildlife Os part ms ut AMIS TAD Water clear. 54 elegises. 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