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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 21, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas Scoreboard USFL Atlantic has big stars PITTSBURGH (AP) - The USFL’s Atlantic Division, fast developing a monopoly on Heisman Trophy winners, has a new ball carrier, Mike Rozier, to complement returning stars Herschel Walker and Kelvin Bryant. The United States Football league, just two years old, has managed to land the last two Heisman winners — Walker of the New Jersey Generals and Rozier, the $3 million man from Nebraska whose signing quadrupled the expansion Pittsburgh Maulers' season ticket sales almost overnight. “He gives us instant credibility," says Maulers Coach Joe Pendry, the offensive coordinator last season for the division champion Philadelphia Stars. Pendry built the Stars’ offense around Bryant, the mercurial former North Carolina star, but he knows that having a Heisman winner is no guarantee of instant success — even in the fledgling USFL, whose springtime football experiment was by no means an unqualified success in 1983. “The Generals had Herschel last year but they had an incredible number of injuries on the offensive line," Pendry said. “Those injuries can kill you. When I looked at our team at the end of the season, we had the same linemen who had started he season. We didn’t have the injuries they did." Nor the record. The Generals ended a dismal 6-12 in Chuck Fairbanks' first and only season as coach. while Philadelphia was 15-3 and advanced to the USFL championship game before losing to the Michigan Panthers 24-22. “Obviously, we were extremely pleased how the season went," said Stars Coach Jim Mora. “I would expect us to improve overall this season. Just the fact that we played together for a season will help." The Washington Federals can only hope that a year together will help. Not only did the Atlantic Division have the USFL’s best-record team in its inaugural season, the Stars, and its most disappointing team, the Generals, it had the worst-record team in the 4-14 Federals.On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7pm    College basketball Clemson at Virginia, USA 7 p m College basketball St John s at Georgetown, ESPN 9pm Boxing, ESPN WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7pm    College basketball Syracuse at Boston College. USA 7 p m College basketball Michigan State at Ohio State, ESPN 8pm College basketball Dayton at DePeul, WGN 9pm College basketball Memphis State at Virginia Tech, USA 9 p m College basketball Dayton at DePaul. ESPNLSCSWT falls in finale By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANGELO — Junior guard Kenny Smith poured in 18 points to lead Angelo State to a 72-59 Ixme Star Conference victory over Southwest Texas State in a final regular season contest Monday night.S.F. Austin 75. East Texas 72 COMMERCE — Kevin Sumuel scored JO points to lead Stephen F. Austin to a 75-72 victory over East Texas State.Sam Houston 77, Howard Payne 69 BROWNWOOD - Guards Regi Harris and Reggie Wilcox each scored 20 points to lead Sam Houston State to a 77-69 win over Howard PayneACU 97. Texas ABI 75 ABI!.ENE - Forward James Wright scored JO points and grabbed IO rebounds to lead Abilene Christian in a 97-75 victory over Texas AAL It was the final regular season game for both teams. Abilene Christian finished 13-14 for the season, 7-7 in Lone Star Conference play. Texas AAI is 7-20 overall and 4-10 in league play. Fiddlin' Cherokee clinches top seeding for playoffsLocal sports Fiddlin’ Cherokee knocked off another of its chief contenders last week and locked up first place in the New Braunfels Basketball Association winter league. Cherokee defeated SMI in overtime. 72-69, to take a two-game lead over the second place team, Under Pass Saloon-Koehler, with only a game to go. With an 8-0 record, Cherokee has assured itself of being the top-seeded team in the post-season playoffs, which will determine the league champion. The playoff situation began to take shape after Monday night's games, with five teams — Fiddlin' Cherokee. Under Pass Saloon, SMI, The Eliminators and The Herald — clinching spots in the six-team playoffs. White's is currently sixth at 4-5, but Alan Schriewer Insurance (3-5) can move into a tie with a win in the season finale Wednesday. Under Pass Saloon lost its chance to stay a game behind the leaders thanks to a 59-58 upset by White’s. That dropped UPS to 6-2 and into a second-place tie with The Eliminators, who won close contests last week and Monday night. SMI rebounded from the loss to Fiddlin' Cherokee by holding off White's. 65-57, in Monday night action. That win leaves SMI in fourth with a 6-3 record, a half-game out of second. The Herald split two games to post a 5-3 record, good enough for the fifth spot. Fiddlin’ Cherokee trailed 56-50 going into the fourth quarter against SMI, but rallied to tie the game at 66. Cherokee held off SMI in the extra period by hitting all four of its foul shots. Shelby Coleman led Cherokee with 20 points. White’s lost a 17-8 first quarter lead against UPS, but regained it at the end of three period, 37-34, and made it stand up in a high-scoring fourth quarter. Ken Olfers and Paul Walker combined for 18 fourth-quarter points to hold off UPS. Alan Fischbeck led White’s with 19 points, while Paul Wendell paced Under Pass with 20 points. White’s tried to pull off back-to-back upsets against SMI Monday, but ran out of gas. SMI took a 50-38 lead late in the third quarter, but White's responded with nine unanswered points to get back into the contest. White’s crept within two at 59-57 with a minute remaining, but SMI used its fast break to score the game's last six points. The Eliminators moved up the ladder by beating The Herald, 54-50, last week and Jesus is Lord, 55-54, Monday, as a last-second shot by the losers rolled off the rim. Jesus is Ixird also lost another close one. 64-60, last week to White’s to fall to 3-6 and out of the playoff picture. Earlier, a last-chance shot by The Herald to tie The Eliminators bounced away, and Maurice Cahnis See BASKETBALL, Page 12 TUESDAY Baseball San Marcos at New Braunfels, scrimmage Baseball Canyon at Seguin, scrimmage WEDNESDAY Tennis Canyon at New BraunfelsPro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W I Pct GB Boston 42 12 7 78 Philadelphia 34 19 642 7% New York 33 20 623 84 New Jersey 26 29 473 16'4 Washington Central Division 25 29 463 17 Milwaukee 32 23 582 Detroit 30 22 577 Vt Atlanta 28 27 509 4 Chicago 21 30 412 9 Cleveland 20 32 385 10’4 Indiana WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division 16 37 302 16 Utah 32 22 593 Dallas 29 26 527 3S San Antonio 25 31 446 8 Kansas City 23 30 434 8h Denver 22 33 400 10VS Houston Pacific Division 21 33 389 ll Los Angeles 34 18 654 3V» Portland 32 23 582 Seattle 28 24 538 6 Phoenix 24 30 444 ll Golden State 24 31 436 ll* San Diego Monday's Gamas 17 37 315 18 No games scheduled Tuesday s Games Philadelphia at New Jersey Portland at New York Cleveland at Atlanta Phoenix at San Antonio Detroit at Kansas City Utah at Chicago Milwaukee at Houston Seattle at Los Angeles Denver at Golden StateCollege scores Monday s College Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Connecticut 67. Providence 59 George Mason 72. Howard 64 Howard 56, Brooklyn 49 Manhattan 47, Lafayette 45 St Bonaventure 75. Boston U 60 Towson St 62. Delaware 61 SOUTH Alabama 74 Mississippi 65 Appalachian St 69. E Tenr>esee66 Baptist. S C 86, Augusta 69 Florida 70, Georgia 64 Florida St 52, Tulene51 Georgia Tech 70, Md Eastern Shore 61 Louisiana St 85, Mississippi St 70 Louisville 90 . Wright St 69 Memphis St 69. S Mississippi 67 OT Navy 66. E Carolina 56 N Carolina ABT 87. Bethune Cookman 79 N C Wilmington 65, Campbell 58 NE Louisiana 60. SE Louisiana 55 Navy 66, E Carolina 56 Nicholls St 68, Jack Kin St 66 Randolph Macon 72. American 46 S Carolina St 65. Florida ABM 64 S Florida 58 Ala Birmingham 57 SWI ouisiana 78, Wichita St 61 Southern U 89, Texas Southern 75 Tennessee 57, Auburn 54 Tn Chattanooga 63, Davidson 60 VMI 64, The Citadel 62 W Carolina 88 Furman 85 20T W Virginia 68. Virginia Tech 67 MIDWEST Cleveland St 85. Wis Green Bay 68 E Illinois 80 Ind Pur Indianapolis 56 Evansville 61, Detroit 59 Loyola. Ill 75, St Louis 64 Oral Roberts 105, Butter 100 Xavier. Ohio 68 Oklahoma City 59 SOUTHWEST Alabama S' 88 Prairie View 70 Texas Et Paso 62. Colorado St 55 Texas San Antonio 76 Hardin Simmons 63 Transactions Monday s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League HOUSTON ASTROS Signed Enos Cabeti third baseman to a two year contract SportsWorld Astros re sign Enos Cabell COCOA, Fla. i AP I — Enos Cabell, a J4-y ear-old utility infielder, has rejoined the Houston Astros, the club that traded hun four years ago. Cabell, a 12-year major league veteran who batted 311 iii his last two seasons with the Detroit Tigers, signed a two-year contract with the Astros Monday. Club officials said the righthanded Cabell will see action as a pinch-hitter, at first base and third base and as a reserve outfielder Bird tops NBA players NEW YORK I AP i - Boston forward I<arry Bird. who led the Celtics to three straight road victories, was named the National    Basketball Assoc iation s Play er of the Week Bird averaged 26 7 points, 13.3 rebounds and 13.0 assists as tile Celtics defeated Golden State, Seattle and Portland Greece U.S feud continues SARAJEVO. Yugoslavia (API — The dispute between officials from Greece and I .os Angeles over a Iran*-America Olympic torch run was rekindled by the mayor of Olympia. But the president of the International Olympic Committee said it would be settled in time for the scheduled start of the* flame’s journey in May from the ancient Greek city to Ixia Angeles for the 1984 Summer Games, IOC President Juan Antonio Samaranch said he would meet with officials from Greece and the Los Angeles Olympic Organizing Committee to settle the dispute Blat threatens to disrupt the traditional torch relay. Cowboys interested in basketball player WARREN, Ohio (AP) - The Dallas Cowboys are interested in drafting a college basketball player, Dave Jenkins, but the Bowling Green State University forward isn't so sure he wants to pursue a National Football league career. The Cowboys sent the 6-foot-5, 195-pound forward a letter inviting him to a free-agent tryout However, the senior from Warren lists pro football as a third option in his post-college career plans The first would be a National Basketball Association career Hie second .would be a fling at European pro basketball. Young, Holley tops SWC DAL1.AS (API — Houston's Michael Young and Arkansas' Amanda Holley have been selected male and female players of the week iii a vote of the Southwest Conference basketball coaches. Young, a 6-7 senior from Houston, had 21) points and four rebounds iii Houston’s victory over Texas Tech before scoring 22 points and brought down five rebounds ut the Cougars’ win over Virginia Holley, a 6-2 junior from Bethany, Okla., won the award for the third time in four weeks. Pictures remind us of all the precious moments in our baby's life. Remember the special times of this first year by including your baby in the New Braunfels Harald-Ztitung • • • * first annual Babies Briefly Woodlands opens back 9 holes The Woodlands Golf and Country Club celebrated the opening of its back nine boles with a Florida Scramble tournament last weekend Winners of the low gross part of the tournament was the team of Fritz Scheffel, Judy Scheffel, Dennis Kaderli and Earl Kirtley. They had a six-under 66. Two teams tied for the low net title with a net 38, 34 under par: Bill Nickerson Jr., Bill Nickerson Sr., Mark Nickerson and Kay Nickerson; and Ed Dttcho, Wilma Dut ho, Diane Kloesel and Harvey Kluesel. The tournament was co-sponsored by Brenda’s Travel of New Braunfels, Pathfinders of Canyon I .ake and Wimberley, Diamond B Western Wear of Canyon l^ake, BMA Insurance of San Antonio, Alamo Sports Cars of San Antonio and Atchison Underground Facilities of Bulverde Youth soccer annual meeting set The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will hold its annual meeting Thursday at 7:30 p in at the Carl Schurz School cafeteria Preregistration for the fall season will be held before the meeting, beginning at 7 p m Tennis association sate moating The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold its annual meeting today at 7 p m at the I .anda Recreation Center The association will elect officers and discuss projects for this year at the meeting. Blue team tryouts planned Saturday Tryouts for the New Braunfels Soccer Club’s Blue Team will be at IO a rn. Saturday at the HEB Complex. Fifteen or 16 players will be selected for the team, which will play against teams from the Randolph-Fort Sam Houston area and in tournaments around the state. The team is for boys born in 1974, and the season begins March 3. For more information, call 625-2415. Foursome wins NBGA tournament The team of E. Reeves, D. Hart, S. Van Wert and F. Chapa posted plus eight points to win the New Braunfels Golf Association four-man team, points versus quota tournament at luanda Park Golf Course. Second with plus four was the team of F. Jarehow, W. Meewes, H Batterman and F. Wilkie. Third with plus one was the team of C. Acker, F. Gutierrez and C. Hetden, and fourth with minus three was the team of Joe Guerrero, Jim Guerrero, F. Robles and L. Suarez. Hart and Wilkie tied for low net with 64, while Van Wert and Acker tied for third with 65. Gutierrez was low gross with 67, Meewes, Bonnet! Dilly take LLGA flights Betty Meewes shot a 43 to win the A flight of the [.anda ladies Golf Association’s net field score (tee-to-green strokes) tournament at Landa Park Golf Course. Grace Bonnet! won B flight with a 39, while Jeannette DiUy won C flight with 45. Tying for second in A flight were Rose Tuse th and Marion Fox with 45. Second in B night was Jean KeUy with 46, and Carol Beebe was second in C flight with 46. Parade 1983 Children, Grandchildren. Nieces, Nephews, any child special to you that was born in 1983. Bring your favorite child's photo to the Herald-Zeitung office, 186 S. Canell, Monday thru Friday between 8:30 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. or mail coupon below with photo and *7.50 to the New Braunfels Herald’Zeitung, P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, Texas 7813! Deadline to submit photos and information is March 5. Tabloid will be inserted into the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung on March 18. You may pick up your baby's picture anytime during office hours after March 18th. At this time you will receive one FREE copy of Babies on Parade 1983. Additional copies will be available at a cost of 50c. Baby's name Date of birth _____ Place of birth_ Weight at birth _ Length at birth __— Mom & Dad s name Grandparents name Please leave phone number or address (it will not be published) so we may contact you if we have any questions. A panel of judges will pick the most attractive pictars to ba priatad ob tho cover of tho tabloid. Babies need not have bean bora la this area. ;