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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Ryan beginning to hit stride By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS With spring training beyond the halfway mark, some veteran pitchers appear to be rounding into midseason form. Houston fireballer Nolan Ryan allowed only one hit and struck out seven in six scoreless innings Monday and the Astros held on for a 6-5 exhibition victory over the Boston Red Sox. Ryan walked four and threw a wild pitch, all in the first three innings, in his most impressive outing of the spring. Jerry Mumphrey led Houston’s 14-hit attack with his first preseason homer, connecting off Boston relief ace Bob Stanley. Ray Burris pitched three-hit ball for six innings and Ben Oglivie went 4-for-5, including a triple and two RBI, as the Milwaukee Brewers defeated the San Francisco Giants 4-0. Giants’ starter Mike Krukow also went six innings, allowing his first two runs of the spring. Hubie Brooks singled home the tying run and Terry Francona followed with a sacrifice fly in the sixth inning as the Montreal Expos defeated the New York Yankees 5-3. Phil Niekro, the New York starter, allowed only two hits in five innings, including a second-inning home run to Herm Winningham. Bill Gullickson allowed three runs and seven hits in six innings, the longest outing by a Montreal pitcher this spring. Luis Aguayo capped a three-run eighth inning with a game-winning single as the Philadelphia Phillies defeated the Detroit Tigers 5-4. Otis Nixon singled home the winning run with his fourth hit in the top of the 13th inning and the Cleveland Indians edged the Chicago Cubs 4-3. The Cincinnati Reds scored five runs on six hits, including a double by Cesar Cedeno, off Bob Forsch in the third inning and defeated the St. Louis Cardinals 5-4. Greg Gagne doubled home what proved to be the decisive run in the fourth inning and Steve Lombardozzi doubled home two more in the ninth to lead the Minnesota Twins over the Los Angeles Dodgers 5-1. Doug Frobel’s three-run homer helped power Pittsburgh to a 10-1 victory over the Kansas City Royals, ending the Pirates’ eight-game losing streak. Dave Rozema pitched five scoreless innings and Ned Yost had three hits and drove in both runs off Scott McGregor as the Texas Rangers nipped the Baltimore Orioles 2-1. Uoyd Moseby, Willie Aikens and Ron Shepherd hit solo home runs as the Toronto Blue Jays defeated the Chicago White Sox 5-1. NOLAN RYAN . . .strong outingNIT features newcomers NEW YORK (AP) — Talk about away games — that certainly is what the semifinal matchup between Indiana and Tennessee at the National Invitation Tournament will be. ‘‘I think the team we’re going to bring in here has one kid who has been here (to New York), and that’s the kid from Colombia (Magnus Pelkowski, a South American),” Indiana Coach Bobby Knight said Monday at a news conference to hype the semifinals of the 48-year-old college basketball tournament. The other semifinal on Wednesday will match UCLA. 19-12, against louisville, 19-16, and will follow the game between Indiana. 18-13, against Tennessee, 21-14, which is scheduled to begin at 6 p.m., CST. "I doubt if I have any players who have been north of the Mason-Dixon line,” said Don DeVoe, the Tennessee coach, who once was an assistant to Knight at Army. Knight and DeVoe are not strangers to New York or the NIT. It will be Knight’s third NIT appearance with Indiana. He won it in 1979. He also took Army teams to the tournament four times. “I may be one of only a couple of guys who ever turned down an NCAA bid to play in the NIT,” he said of his decision in 1968 while coaching at West Point. “We got beat by Notre Dame in the first game ” DeVoe will be in the tournament for the first time at Tennessee, but he won the 1973 NIT with Virginia Tech. For Walt Hazzard, the first-year coach at UCLA, the trip to New York will be a chance to redeem an 88-69 defeat by No. 3 St. John’s earlier this season at the Garden. Hazzard, a native of Philadelphia, played many games in the Garden in a 10-year National Basketball Association career. He never made the famed arena in three years as a player at UCLA, including the 1963-64 season when the Bruins went 304) and won the NCAA championship. Hazzard’s Bruins are the hottest team of the surviving four in the NIT. "Our only loss in the last ll games was to USC (Southern California) in four overimes,” said Hazzard. “We just kept working on fundamentals of basketball. We didn t change our system at all.” The only head coach absent Monday was Denny Crum of louisville, which is in its 12th NIT, third since Crum joined the Cardinals for the 1971-72 season. Louisville won the title in 1956. Representing Louisville at the news conference was assistant coach Bobby Dotson, and he remembered an earlier meeting with UCLA this season. “They beat us by IO points (75-65 Feb. 24 at Louisville), but I think Walt was awfully nice to us," Dotson said. NB Blue shuts out Warriors New Braunfels’ Blue team improved its record to 2-0 by defeating the Northeast Warriors 34) in a soccer match in San Antonio Saturday. Good defensive play by Paul Buck, Jeff Filer, John Nelson and Bud Hasert helped preserve the shutout for the local team Scoreboard Brad Adcock, Keith Pehl and Jason Fanes scored goals for the Blue. Coach Bob Thrift said the game was very physical and aggressively played by both teams. “Our boys were smaller, but their skills and quickness were the deciding factor.” he said. “They just weren’t going to be beat.” Thrift said the team’s next game, which will be Saturday against the Floresville Alliance, will be a test of the team’s ability. Game time is 4 p.m., and the game will be played at New Braunfels’ HEB Complex. On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7pm Wrestling, USA 7 pm    Shimming    NC AA Championships ESPN 9pm Bhang World Cup ESPN WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 6pm Basketball NIT semifinal:, dour*.* htalki USA 8pm Boling ESPN 7 Van 8 ic*, j Part 9 Bellville 10 Kermit Class 2A Local sports Baseball Anger sun at Cj Baseball Johnston Baseball Ne a TUESDAY 4 30pm 7 30 pm Braunfels THURSDAY 730 pm Braunfels PRIDAY 4 16 pm V afley 7pm Baseball Canyon at Luling SATURDAY 2pm Baseball New Braunfels at Anderson Track New Braunfels Canyon boys and gels teams Smithson V»ney gels at Cougar Relays Track Smithson Valley boys at Leander Lion Relays 2 Chiton 3 Wesi Hardy 4 Nocona 6 Ore Crty 6 Pawner 7 Holliday 8 Shiner 9 Weimar 10 Frankston Class A Batel Mar KW Smiths* Ft flpflpft. . Lago Vista Sabine Pass High Island Valley Mills Chester Wells i Let ots USFL By The Associated Piess EASTERN CONFERENCE 9 I Washington 35 36 500 21 7 I Near Jersey 35 36 493 22 51 New York 24 48 333 33 i 6 1 Central Division y Milwaukee 51 21 708 6 I Detroit ....... 37 33 529 13 51 Chicago .. . ... . 34 38 4 72 17 6 I Atlanta ...... 28 43 394 22 i 62 Cleveland 28 43 394 22 62 Indiana.............. 20 51 282 30 V, 62 WESTERN CONFERENCE 30 Midwest Division 30 « Denver ............ 45 26 634 62 ■ Houston 40 29 58(7 4 83 * Dallas 40 32 556 SH San Antonio 36 37 493 IO 52 utah 35 37 486 ion 33 Kansas City ....... 29 43 403 16H 3 I Pacific Division 20 y L A Lakers 52 18 743 2 3 Portland............ 35 37 486 18 2 3 Phoent* 32 39 451 20 V* OO Seattle............ 30 42 417 23 OO L A Clippers 25 48 342 28'i OO Golden Slate 20 51 282 32’n OO ■<lmched playoff berth y clinched division title Monday s Gamas Milwaukee 126 New York 106 KansasCity 121. Seattle 106 Top 10 LAREDO IAP) Hem is the Te*as M Baseball Coaches Association La/edc Times baseball poll of teams ac loss win james through Sunday Class 6A T Aliet Hastings 2 Abilene Cooper 3 Dallas Jefferson 4 Spring Woods 6 Lubbock Monterey 6 Spring Westfield 7 FW Arlington Heights 8 North Garland 9 Laredo Nison 10 Luis rn Class 4A 1 Westlake 2 Flout Bluff 3 DeSoto 4 Waco Midway 6 Bay City 6 Uvalde 7 Brenham 8 Snyder 9 Canyon 10 Athens Clast 3A 1 Lufkin Hudson 2 Linden Kildare 3 Graham 4 Hooks 6 Pollok Central 6 Gilmer gh School I Coining the state 91 I 12 I 132 100 131 82 8 I 10    I I 110 1 11    I I 132 8 I 114 101 62 8    I 94 103 73 102 90 12 I 81 120 9    I 92 W L T Pct PF PA Birmingham 4 I 0 800 136 IOO Memphis 3 2 0 600 103 101 New Jersey 3 2 0 600 128 125 Tampa Bay 3 2 0 600 141 116 Jackson,die 2 3 0 400 123 152 baltimore T 3 I 300 82 76 Orlando 0 5 0 OOO 75 154 WESTERN CONFERENCE Houston 5 0 0 1 OOO 189 106 Oak land 3 I I 700 128 124 Ai i/ona 3 2 0 600 104 80 Denver 3 2 0 600 112 109 Portland 2 3 0 400 81 92 Los Angeles I 4 0 200 118 117 San Antonio I 4 0 200 46 119 Monday s Gant# Denver 16 San Antonio 2 Friday s Game T am pa Bay at M em plus Saturday. March 30 Jacksonville al Birmingham New Jersey at Ancona Sunday March 31 Baltimore at Houston Orlando at Denver Oakland at Los Angeles Monday s Game San Antonio at Portland Portland 120. L A Clippers 99 Today s Gamas Milwaukee at Washington New York at Cleveland Golden State at Dallas Indiana ai Chicago Kansas City at Houston New Jersey vs Atlanta at New Orleans Utah at Denver Deport at Phoenu LA Lakers at Portland NCAA women By Thejkssociated Press The Final Four At Austin Semifinals Friday. March 29 Old Dominion 29 3, vs NE Louisiana 30 I Georgia. 284. vs Western Kentucky. 28 b National Championship Sunday March 31 Semifinal winners NIT NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division * Boston i Philadelphia W L Pct 67 14    803 52 19    732 GB 5 By The Associated Press Semifinals Wednesday. March 27 At Navy York Indiana 18 13. vs Tennessee 21 14 UCLA. 19 12. vs Louisville, 19 16 Championship Friday. March 29 At New York Third place Championship is April 7 th PLACE YOUR ORDER EARLY •EASTER LILLIES •EASTER BASKETBOKAYS OR CORSAGES FREI DELIVERY TO ALL NURSING HOMES FOR EASTER LANDA GARDEN CENTER & FLORAL DESIGNS BrieflyNB finishes second in Kerrville tournament The New Braunfels tennis team’s varsity finished second and the junior varsity team won its division in the Kerrville tournament, which was completed Monday. In the varsity division, Mike Wofford was a semifinalist in the singles, while Leigh Ann Forney was a finalist in the singles. Stephanie loyh and Gayle Cerrato won the consolation doubles. In the junior varsity division, Jim Langabeer was a finalist in the singles, Rikke Larsen won the singles, Jennifer Smith was a finalist in the singles, Iori Gansky and Brandee were semifinalists in doubles and Jan Zimmerman and Stephanie Reidel won the consolation doubles. New Braunfels meets Judson at home today.LLGA holds low putts event Betty Meewes was first with a 28 and Sarah Delash-mutt was second with a 30 in the luanda Indies Golf Association low putts tournament at the luanda Park Golf Course. Before the tournament, the association held a crazy heat contest, with Elmo Manning as judge. Jeannette Dilly won the contest with her “Mr. John Original” creation.Foursome captures NBGA tournament The team of E. Reeves, W. Meewes, F. Will and T. Yeazel had a 198 to win the New Braunfels Golf Association’s three better balls tournament at the Banda Park Golf Course on Saturday. Three teams tied for second with 199: C. Heiden, D. Armatta, H. Lee and B. Shefman; F. Chapa, C. Smith, C. Dilly and D Hampton; and D. Cloud, J. Moore, W. Chady and A. Adams. Winners in the individual net scores competition were A. Jarchow with 65 in A flight; E. Kwiecienski with 66 in B flight; F. Will with 64 in C flight; and R. Wedin with 64 in D flight. C. Heiden and R. Acevedo tied for low gross with 73. The next Guys and Dolls tournament will be Thursday at 10a.m.NBSV holds Friday shoot Nineteen members participated in the New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein’s Friday night practice shoot last week. In the rest competition, Boogie Vivroux was first with 247, David Pringle second with 245 and Jim Clarke third with 245. In offhand competition. Bill Wimberley was first with 117, Jim Clarke second with 115 and Buddy Harris third with 113. The next shoot will be Sunday at 2:30 p.m.NBMS teams second at Kerrville meet New Braunfels Middle School’s seventh and eighth grade track teams both finished second at the junior high meet in Kerrv ille Saturday. In the seventh grade division, winners for New Braunfels were Willy Barganier in the shot put (37-4) and discus (98-7); John Camareno in the high jump (4-10), long jump, 100-meter dash (12.66) and 200-meter dash (25.56); Travis Reidel in the pole vault (7-6); and the 400-meter relay team of Danny Esqueda, Robby Farias, Matt Ethridge and Camareno (52.63). In the eighth grade division, winners were Ernest Wilson in the shot put (44-54); the 400-meter relay team of Jeff Bryan, Byron Slaughter, Wade Ohnheiser and Ionme Aleman; and Bryan in the 400 meters (54.81, a school record I Aleman also set a school record in the 200. running a 25.15 and finishing second.Sports World Sooner pitcher whiffs 17 as OU whips Longhorns, 6 3 OK1.AHOMA CITY (APi - Oklahoma’s Bobby Witt tied a school record by striking out 17 batters as the No. 3 Sooners beat second-ranked Texas, 6-3, in college baseball Monday night. Witt. 3-0. tied the record for a nine-mning game set in 1941 by Hal Cumberland against Kansas State. The former Olympian who was 10-3 for Oklahoma started inauspiciously as the second Texas batter, Billy Bates, hit a two-run homer. Oklahoma, now 22-1, came back with a pair of runs in the first. The Sooners got two more in the fourth off singles by Jimmy Richardson and Rusty McGinnis and a couple more in the eighth inning before Texas, 32-6. scored again in the ninth, on a Bates single. Abdul-Jabbar named NBA player of week NEW YORK I AP) Hareem Abdul-Jabbar, who shot 76 percent from the field and averaged 28.7 points per game last week as the ios Angeles lakers won all three games, was named the National Basketball Association Player of the Week for the period ending March 24. In winning Player of the Week honors, Abdul-Jabbar beat out Otis Thorpe of Kansas City, who averaged 19.0 points and 15.7 rebounds in helping the Kings to a 3-0 week. Noah knocked off in first round FORT MYERS, Fla. (AP) — Brad Gilbert suprised fifth-seeded Yannick Noah of France 6-4, 7-6 (7-3) in the first round of the Paine Webber Tennis Classic. Fourth-seeded Aaron Knckstein slipped past Terry Moor 7-6 (7-3), 5-7,6-4, seventh-seeded Johan Kriek came from behind to fend off unseeded Hank Pfister 4-6, 7-6 < 7-51,7-5, and No.8 seed Scott Davis disposed of Marty Davis 6-4, i -6 • i -31. Depth-laden Milwaukee wears down New York MILWAUKEE (AP) — Milwaukee Bucks Coach Don Nelson says playing his reserves keeps the rest of the team healthy. The policy worked Monday night when the Bucks routed the New York Knicks 126-106 in National Basketball Assication action. The injury-plagued Knicks were without the services of Bernard King, the NBA’s leading scorer; Bill Cartwright, Marvin Webster. Truck Robinson and Pat Cummings. Nelson used reserves to spell his regulars as Milwaukee, having won the Central Division championship, plays out the regular season in anticipation of the NBA playoffs. Elsewhere on a light night in the NBA, Portland crushed the Ixis Angeles Clippers 120-99 and Kansas City w hipped Seattle 121-106. The Knicks fell behind quickly in the first quarter, and Milwaukee center Paul Mokeski said the Bucks even found time to experiment. “It gave us a chance to do some things we can’t against Boston and Phiily,” he said. rrr I rn 11 111 > I 'I I r JI * LLL I 666 LANDA 625-5104 Dallas Infomart • Dallas, Tex?* April 10-11,1085 The complete electronics forum for the Southwest The Southwest and electronic manufacturing Words that-when put together-are synonomous with technological growth and change Nepcon Southwest is designed to help electronic engineers stay abreast of that growth in all aspects of electronic packaging, production, and testing It does this by bringing new technologies and recent industrial developments together in a two-day exposition in the heart of the southwestern electronics market-Dallas, Texas Nepcon Southwest^ product demonstrations and technical conference program provide comprehensive coverage of state of-the-art technology, combined with working, “hands-on" exhibits Here are some of the features you can expect to see when you attend Nepcon Southwest ‘85 • Working demonstrations from more than 150 electronic manufacturing suppliers • 8 Technical Sessions on surface mount technology, surface mount packaging, electronic test procurement, and more • An in-depth Professional Advancement Course on surface mount soldering • Two Workshops that examine the timely topics of future automation, and SMD's Staying ahead of the continuous growth and change is one of the foremost challenges facing electronics manufacturing specialists today Nepcon Southwest 85 accepts that challenge with two information-packed days of product demonstrations, technical sessions, and workshops Take advantage ot this timely electronics event, as Nepcon Southwest will not appear again until 1987. 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