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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas E Now Biaunfels HeraldZeitung Tuesday, March 1,1983Tenn.-Chattanooga quietly making move By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When you think of college basketball powerhouses. Tennessee-C'hattanooga doesn’t usually come to mind, even though the Moccasins appear headed for their third straight M AA tournament with a full head of steam anda No franking. Tile Moos won their 10th straight game Monday night with a 78-62 decision over crosstown rival Tennessee Temple. Four players scored in double figures for the Southern Conference regular-season champs, lid by Stanford Strickland with 13 points. I (:• Southern Conference tournament is scheduled for March 10-12 at Charleston, W. Va. The Moos, 22-3 after winning 16 of their last 17 games, will be solid favorites in the tourney, where the winner gets an automatic bid to the NCAA tournament. But Coach Murray Arnold isn’t playing it cozy. “You earn an automatic conference bid in three days,” he said. “The other one you earn in three months. “If we should lose in the conference tournament, we would hope to get an at-large bid to the NCAA. At this point, we certainly don’t have one wrapped up. There are an awfully lot of good basketball teams out there.” And the Mocs seem to be one of them. On Monday, they made The Associated Press Top 20 for the first time since the school moved up from Division II in 1977. Against Temple, Chris McCray and Skip Clark each had 12 points and Willie White added IO. The only other ranked teams in action Monday were Metro Conference powers Louisville and Memphis State. The Cardinals, ranked third, downed Murray State 66-58, while No. 17 Memphis State beat Cincinnati 84- 77. As usual, according to louisville Coach Denny Crum, the Cardinals played poorly at home, although not poorly enough to lose to 19-6 Murray State. "If you don’t come mentally ready to play, you don’t play well,’’ said Crum, whose team is 25-3. “We missed some shots we don’t usually miss. We just weren’t sharp.” Milt Wagner was sharp enough in the second half, hitting for 20 of his game-high 22 points. Wagner keyed an 11-2 spurt that pushed louisville from a 31-29 deficit to a 40-33 lead. Keith Ioe scored 28 points and grabbed 14 rebounds for Memphis State, 20-5. Bobby Parks chipped in with 25 points and ll rebounds. Dwight Jones scored 29 points and pulled down 13 rebounds for Cincy. In the only post-season conference tournament action, St.Peter’s edged Fairfield 70-67 in the first round of the Metro Atlantic Conference play as Tommy Best and Shelton Gibbs each scored 24 points. St. Peter’s next meets Fordham. Elsewhere, it was Providence 72. Pittsburgh 69; St. Bonaventure 68, Rutgers 66 in overtime; Furman 65, Virginia Military 64; Lousiana State 91, Florida 87; New Orleans 83, Middle Tennessee 67; South Carolina 79, Florida State 76; Vanderbilt 71, Georgia 70; Tulsa 61, Illinois State 59 in overtime; Western Carolina 92, Davidson 74; Drake 75, New Mexico State 73; Evansville 83, Detroit 81 in OT; Oklahoma City 60, St. Louis 55; Long Island 77, Baltimore 68;Texas AAM 96, Texas 59; Colorado State 70, San Diego State 55; Hawaii 56, Air Force 55, and Mary Washington IOO, St. Mary’s, Md., 69. St. Bonaventure was a winner in overtime when Mike Sheehey grabbed an inbounds pass and canned an 18-footer at the buzzer, snapping Rutgers' nine-game winning streak. Evansville also won in overtime after blowing a 10-point lead in the final three minutes of regulation. John Worth scored six of his 26 points in the extra period. Tulsa also need an extra period to subdue Illinois State. Ricky Ross scored on a layup with four seconds remaining. Illinois State held the ball for the first 44 minutes of the overtime before missing a shot Tulsa then held the ball until Ross connected LSC tourney SW Texas, 3 others advance By T HE ASSOCIATED PRESS Stop!it ii F Austin, Southwest Texas .State. Angelo State and Sam Houston State have advanced to the semifinals «>t the Lone Star Conference Im ketball tournament, scheduled for I ; ida> night in Nacogdoches. I lit .second round of play finds the I amberjacks, the LSC regular season « ^impious, facing Angelo State, while im Houston meets Southwest Texas State. The Lumberjacks trounced Texas \&l 91-68 in a first-round game M id.iv night in Nacogdoches as lr. -Julian Kerry Mcllroy scored a . .n eer-high 20points. Despite the high point total. SFA i tach Harry Miller cited defense as the major contribution to the win. I.veil though it looked like we had one of our better storing nights. Ut lense was the key to our victory in the second half" Miller said Our defense was able to intimidate Texas AAT. causing them to make turnovers and poor shot selection which in turn . ave us a lot of easy baskets." Dean I^minert was the high scorer for \AI with 15points. Forward Kirk I .suer came through w ith 19 points during his first start for Southwest Texas as the Bobcats downed Howard Payne 74-71 at San Marcos. Howard Payne led 37-32 at the half, but the Bobcats hit the first five field goals of the second half to take a 42-41 advantage. Lauer, who had 17 in the second half, put the Bobcats on top 65-63 with 3:59 left, and Southwest Texas State led the rest of the way. Howard Payne’s Gary Golden was the game s top scorer with 22 points. Some last-second heroics pushed Angelo State into the semifinals. Freshman guard Mark Williams hit a 22-foot jump shot at the buzzer to lift the Rams to a 66-64 victory over Abilene Christian in a first-round game at San Angelo. Seniors Jeff Burdick and Tommie Tyler each scored 17 points to lead Angelo State. Abilene Christian’s Ryant Greene tied the score at 64-64 with 34 seconds remaining on a 20-footer from the right corner. After an ASU timeout with 24 seconds left, the Rams worked the ball to Williams, who was open from the right side for the winning shot. Greg Johnson scored 19 points to lead ACU. Kegi Harris, the LSC's scoring champion, scored 23 points to lead Sam Houston to an easy 71-61 victory over East Texas State in a clash staged at Huntsville.Lewis roastUH coach banquet star HOUSTON (AP)- University of Houston Coach Guy Lewis was roasted and University of Houston sophomore golfer Billy Ray Brown was toasted Monday night at the annual Houston Sports Writers and Sportscasters Association Toast and Roast. Lewis, whose Cougar basketball team was earlier voted No. I in the nation in The Associated Press poll, was grilled by a panel of his peers in a benefit dinner for Big Brothers. Inc. of Houston. Brown, who led the Cougar golf team to the NCAA national championships as a freshman last season, won the Bill Enis Award as the city’s top athlete of 1982 The HSSA annually selects the top athlete of each area college and pro team and also names the outstanding high school athlete for the previous year. The Ems is chosen from the team winners Other winners were: Houston Astros, first baseman Ray Knight; Houston Rockets. Moses Malone; Houston Oilers, tight end Dave Casper; Houston Baptist University golfer Ken Kelley; Rice. Ricky Pierce, basketball; Texas Southern University. Harry Kelly, basketball; and Houston Westchester High School golfer Stuard Hundley. Brown gained All-America status last season when he won three collegiate tournaments and camleted his freshman season with a 72 OO per round average Houston's Knepper eager to atone for last season COCOA, Fla. (AP) — Houston Astros pitcher Bob Knepper is clicking his heels to get started with the 1983 season to make amends for a disappointing 1982 season when he dipped to a 5-15 record. Knepper spent the off season in an aerobics dance and exercise class that has him in the best shape he can remember. “I’ve never come here in such good condition," said Knepper, a National league All-Star in 1981. “The only way I could be in better shape is if I had run 30 sprints a day until I passed out. I think a special aerobics program could be designed for baseball players." In addition to getting into shape. Knepper said the class also gave him a chance to laugh at himself. “It’s good for a man to be able to laugh at himself, especially an athlete," Knepper said. “We never get to laugh at ourselves because we’re perfect.’” Knepper doesn’t know if he will .succeed in changing his image as a stoic personality that leaves the impression he does not care about his performance. "When I’m pitching good the word is unflappable,’ and that means good." Knepper said. “When I’m pitching bad. it’s said He doesn’t care because he doesn’t scream and throw his glove on the ground.’ It’s even said because I’m a Christian, I don’t care.” After two seasons with the Astros, Knepper has experienced the best and worst of times. He was a National I,eague All-Star in 1981 only to tumble to a 5-15 record last season. “I do care," Knepper said I care so much that last year, while reading how calm I am, I was letting a lot of little things upset me I couldn’t handle the situation and it did bother me." Sports shorts Jr League standings show tie for first place Here are the standings as of Saturday. Feb. 26 in New Braunfels Junior League I, .sket ba 11 competition: STANDINGS W I. New Braunfels Savings  4 I Guada Coma Mechanical ... 4 1 Eberhard Lumber..........3    2 Schriewer Insurance........2    3 Crcnwolge Plumbing........2    3 Walnut Pharmacy......... 0    5 SATURDAY’S SCORES (iuada Coma 31, Crenwelge 16 Kbei hard 21. W alnut 4 S« hr lower 32, NR Savings 31 Lindsey takes first in archery competition Drummond Lindsey, a 9-year-old Mountain Valley student, finished first in the Peewee Division in an annual silhouette field archery tournament held ever Uh* weekend in l.aredo Lindsey. the son of Paula Lindsey of 116 Tanglewood and Gil Und-sey. scorer! a IOO out of a possible 140 Girls Softball League announces registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball League will hold registration on Saturday. March 12 and 19 from 9 a m. to I p m at Cany on Middle School. All girls, ages 7 to 18 (by April 1st», are eligible for PeeWee. Junior or Senior division play. A registration fee of $5 will be charged per player and first-tirne players are required to show proof of age. Natl. Little League sign up The New Braunfels National Little League will hold registration and tryouts on Saturday, March 12 from I p m. to 4 p.m. at the Presbyterian Church Fellowship Hall To register in this league your birthday needs to fall in the odd-numbered months of the year (thats January. March, May, July, September and November — even-numbered month birthdays play in the American league). To be eligible to play you must be 8 years old before July 31,198;) and not turn 13 years old before Aug I, 1983 A birth certificate must be presented and a parent or guardian must accompany the player at registration and sign a Parent’s Release. For more information, contact HyTmar L. Schneider at 625-8918 NB Softball to hold meeting The New Braunfels Softball Association will hold a meeting Wednesday, March 2, at 7:30 p.m. in the luanda Recreation Center to discuss the men’s and women’s church leagues. Holes-in-one, rain-free ladies' play at Landa Park The I .anda ladies Golf Association finally found a day of clear skies to play its weekly tournament, a Wednesday “Beat the Pro" affair Bill Halbert, the I .anda Golf Course pro, carded a 66. Three ladies had better net scores. They were Carol Hansen, 63; Alice Chambles, 65; and Marian Fox. 65. The New Braunfels Golf Association played a Two-Man Better Ball Nassau tournament Saturday. The front nine winners were E L. Reid and Fid Skelton with a 28, and the back nine winners were R. Hansen and Ed Baldwin with 27. The low 18-hole score, a 59, was posted by J. Crossland and R Morales. In individual competition, R. Cedi Ho had the low gross of 70. The low net winners were R. Hansen and C. Nelson with 64. E. Baldwin was third at 66 In the Sunday Scramble, the team of J. Moeller, F\ Wilkie, V. Wilkie and A. Cooper took first with a 61. Three teams tied for second. They were: C. Wagenfuehr, W. Meewes, H. DeVries and B. McTavish; R Castro, J. Van Kleef, F. Pfeiffer and E. Wedin; and J. Crossland, C. Hansen, L. Hartzell and R. Drummond. Art Cooper won nearest-to-the-pin on No. 12. Two holes-in-one were scored last week. Bert Glubka ace the No. 7 hole with a 6-iron, and Mike Aguirre used a 7-iron on No 12 for a hole-in-one Beginning today , tile golf course will be open for play at 7 30 a in weekdays and 7 a in weekends One nine w ill be closed on Monday mornings for routine maintenanceTake Time on a Saturday to Plan Your Retirement 12.50. lf ii * hard lo (md lime lo plan vuur retirement. see un on a Saturday (oi all the lime you need We’re open on SBititdav* i*» l,« p f* >’ •    *■*    vou who can't seem to (md time tot pet M>r .» ' nam ni pianrarg Drop m arr, time FvtwwnH 30 t rn .md noon tot son e rn pot tan! information to hup plan your re''tenlent • With sshal amount can I start my IKA* • What is the benefit to me o( las deferred compounding of my saving** • When should I start making my contribution** For more mo. manor cor nut STAN CUNNINGHAM 473 S. SEGUIN 629-0055 leftward D. 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