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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly SA stumbles in stretch By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Utah’s been playing hard, said Adrian Dantley, and, “They say when you play hard, something good is going to happen to you, and that's what happened tonight." The good things included a failure by San Antonio down the stretch (with the Spurs collecting three points in the final 6ls points), many Utah trips to the foul line and 33 points from Dantley, giving the Jazz their first National Basketball Association victory of the season Wednesday night, 102-100. The Spurs took a 97-88 lead with 6:40 on the clock, but all they could manage the rest of the way was three points by Artis Gilmore, who finished with 20 points, as did teammate Mike Mitchell. David Greenwood scored 17 for the Spurs. Meanwhile, Dantley, Bobby Hansen and Jeff Wilkins were sparking the Jazz comeback. "Our problem was we couldn't keep Dantley off the free-throw line," said San Antonio Coach Cotton Fitzsimmons. Dantley hit ll of 13 from the line as Utah shot 41 free throws to the Spurs’ 24. The Spurs had the bah with 31 seconds to go and down 102-100 but missed a chance to tie the game when they were called for a three-second violation. The Jazz inbounded the ball and held on for the victory. Asked what the Spurs wanted to do on the final possession, Fitzsimmons said, "I wanted the ball to go right where the three-second call was." NBA Dallas 1 1 500 I Vi San Antonio . . 1 2 333 2 By The Associated Press Utah I 2 333 2 EASTERN CONFERENCE Sacramento 0 2 OOO 2 Vt Atlantic Division Pacific Division W I Pct GB L A Clippers 3 0 I OOO — Washington 2 0 1 OOO L A Lakers 2 0 1 OOO Vi Boston 2 I 667 H Portland 2 I 667 1 Philadelphia 2 1 667 Vi Phoenix 0 2 OOO 2'i New Jersey' 2 2 600 I Seattle 0 2 OOO 2 ;4 New York 0 2 OOO 2 Golden State 0 3 OOO 3 Central Division Wednesday s Games Chicago 3 0 1,000 _ Boston 117, Milwaukee 106 Detroit 2 2 500 1 H New Jersey 147 Indiana 138. 3 0' Indiana I I 500 1V, Philadelphia 132. Detroit 125 f)T Milwaukee 2 2 500 I vs Utah 102 San Antonio IOO Atlanta I 2 333 2 Today s Games Cleveland 0 3 OOO 3 Cleveland at Washington WESTERN CONFERENCE Seattle at Denver Midwest Division L A Lakers at Phoenix Denver 3 0 I OOO Chicago at L A Ckppers Houston 2 I 667 I New York at Golden State Hansen scored 15 points for Utah. Rookie Karl Malone wound up w ith 13 and Rickey Green and Thurl Bailey added ll each for the winners, who are now tied with San Antonio at 1-2 in the Midwest Division. Mitchell scored 14 of his total in the first period to lead the Spurs to a 26-24 advantage. They increased their margin to 57-50 at the half as the Jazz went cold at the hoop Dantley scored 12 of his total in the third period and Utah took the lead for the first time since early in the game at 66-65 on a basket by John Stockton. However, the Spurs came back and led 81-77 going into the final quarterNets 147, Pacers 138 The Nets got a remarkable all-around performance from guard Micheal Ray Richardson as he scored a career-high 38 points and added ll rebounds, ll assists and nine steals in a triple-overtime victor) over the Indiana Pacers. The Nets trailed 91-72 late in the third quarter before rallying. On opening night last Friday. New Jersey also trailed by 19 points in the third period before beating the Boston Celtics in double overtime. After losing to the Pacers 119-92 on Saturday, Richardson vowed he would get even in Wednesday's rematch It took him a while, but he finally did it. with help from Otis Birdsong. Darryl Dawkins and Buck Williams. Birdsong scored 28 points. Dawkins hit IO of 12 field goals and scored 25 points, and Williams had 20 points and 23 rebounds as New Jersey set a team record with 65 rebounds, one more than the previous highCeltics 117, Bucks 106 Kevin McHale, Dennis Johnson. l*arry Bird and Robert Parish each scored 20 or more points to lead Boston over Milwaukee. Bird, who made only IO of 31 field-goal attempts in the Celtics’ first two games, was 7-for-8 from the field and scored 22 points, 16 of them in the second quarter to help Boston take a 62-51 halftime lead. The Celtics increased the margin to 17 points early in the second half, but with Bird on the bench with foul trouble the Bucks cut the deficit to three points at three different times in the fourth period. But Johnson, who had 24 points, scored seven in a two-minute span to help the Celtics pull ahead 105-94 McHale led Boston with 25 points. while Parish added 20. Ricky Pierce paced Milwaukee with 26.76ers 132, Pistons 125 Moses Malone had 31 points and 14 rebounds to carry Philadelphia past Detroit. A free throw by Rick Ma horn, who had 19 points and 16 rebounds, brought the Pistons to within 121-118 with 1:30 left in overtime, but a layup and free throw by Malone with 1:14 to go sealed the victor)- for the 76ers. Julius Erving, whose free throw w ith 16 seconds left in regulation tied the game 113-113 and forced the extra period, had 24 points and rookie Terry Catledge had 19 points and 14 rebounds for the 76ers Vinnie Johnson had 26 points and Kelly Tripucka 20 for DetroitWurtstfest golf set this weekend The Randolph and New Braunfels Rotary Clubs are sponsoring a Wurstfest Golf Tournament on Friday and Saturday. It is sanctioned by the Wurstfest Association. For more information call I^en Boyd at 656-7411 or Mickey Phair at 625-9711.Walkfest to be Saturday, Sunday The annual Wurstfest Walkfest. which is sponsored by the New Braunfels Marsch-und-Wandergru-ppe, will be Saturday and Sunday beginning at 8 a.m. at Wurst World in luanda Park. Registration is $5. and that includes the IVV stamp and medal. Myron Floren will be taking the IO* kin walk on Sunday beginning at 8 a m., and anyone who wishes can walk the course with Floren For more information, call Herb Caldwell, 625-4527, or Dennis Hermes. 629-2596Wurstfest tourney set for November The New Braunfels Tennis Association's annual Wurstfest Tennis Tournament is scheduled for this weekend and and Nov 9-10. .Senior divisions will play the first weekend and the second weekend is for open division play The tournament is sponsored by Miller High Life Brewing Co. of New Braunfels. Entry forms are available at Braunfels Sporting Goods and Sport About. Call 625-8672 for more information.Wurst run set for Nov. 9 Registration forms are now available for the 1985 Wurst Five-Mile Run for Heart, which will be held on Nov. 9. All proceeds from the run will benefit the Comal Division of the American Heart Association. The pre-registration fee is 16 until Friday. The late registration and day of race entry fee is $8City, Miller Lite set volleyball event Miller Lite and the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are sponsoring the 1985 Volley wurst volleyball tournament Saturday and Sunday at Haymarket Park. Competition will be in women s open 'Saturday) and co-rec open (Sunday i divisions, with a maximum of 12 teams per division. The entry fee is $40, with proceeds going for multiple sclerosis research Starting time both days is 8 a rn. The tournament will be a double elimination, and awards will be presented for first, second and third place All participants will receive an entry ticket to Wurstfest Dealine for entries is Thursday Managers can register at the Banda Recreation Center, or send a check made out to the City of New Braunfels to the rec center, attention Robin Bell. 164 luanda Park Drive. SportsWorld Judge blasts management of baseball drugs problems PITTSBURGH (AP» — Baseball’s recent drug problems resulted from team management’s indifference to apparently widespread cocaine use by players and “blindness" by managers unable to recognize drug users on their teams, according to a federal judge. This “managerial sloth" and toleration of illegal drug activity have resulted in “incalculable damage to the American tradition of baseball," said U.S. District Judge Maurice Cohill, who recently presided over the trial of a IVtsburgh-area man convicted of selling cocaine to two players. Robert “Rav" McCue, 39, of Upper St Clair, Pa , was sentenced by Cohill to IO years in prison after being convicted on seven of 13 cocaine distribution charges involving sales to former Pittsburgh Pirates players Dale Berra and John Milner. Kentucky to cooperate with NCAA investigation LOUISVILLE. Ky. I API — The University of Kentucky says it will cooperate with an NCAA investigation into allegations that former Wildcat basketball players accepted cash and other gifts from boosters But the editor of the Lexington Herald Leader the newspaper that orginated the story, said Wednesday night that it wouldn’t lie willing to allow the National Collegiate Athletic Association to listen to its taped in terviews w ith those players. David Berst. the NCAA s enforcement director, confirmed in a telephone interview with The Associated Press that a decision to investigate was made Wednesday morning and UK officials were informed. The Herald Leader reported Sunday that 26 former UK players admitted accepting money from boosters, in apparent violation of NCAA rules. The players also said they sold their free season tickets for $1,000 each or more and received excessive payments for speaking engagements. Longhorns looking closer at bowl game opportunities AUSTIN (AP * — University of Texas Athletic Director DeLoss Dodds says the Longhorns, drubbed 55-17 by Iowa in the Freedom Bow I last year, will be a little more picky about bowl bids offered this year ' I'm going to take a harder look al it we»wet into anything this year We re going to look at it harder than the bow l we looked at last year That’s being as honest as I can be,’ Dodds said. After losing three of its last four regular-season games last year. Texas accepted the bid to the first Freedom Bowl in Anaheim. Calif. The game was played before only 24.093 fans in a 69.007-seat stadium, and Texas made $121,759 from the appearance. Some fans and others said the I>onghorns should have declined the invitation, especially after season-ending lasses to Baylor and Texas AAM dropped their record to 7-3-1 Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 7pm    racing    ESPN 8pm    Football New    Mexico State at Nevada la* Vega* ESPN FRIDAY TELEVISION 7pm    Basketball Indiana at Delton, WTBS 7pm    Hockey New York Islander* at Wallington ESPN 8pm Boning USA Local sports FRIDAY 5 pm    Volleyball Smithton Valley at Canyon 7 30 pm    Football Smithton Valley at Southside 8pm - Football Canyon at Hay* 8pm Football Kerrville Tivy at New Braunfels SATURDAY Croat country Local team* ai regional meet Ft Sam Houlton District volleyball Nave Braunfeia 11 7) Ataittt ace* block*    kiln.    point* A A    B    K    P Kelly Wright    46    I®    * Debbie Smith    0    9    I    4    J Headier Wood*    0    ll    10    12    23 Linda Schwan*    23    8    3    ll    14 JanaChatm    2    6    4    34    2/ Rotan* Hon    2    12    6    12    25 Mi cha Me Butter    0    0    0    10 Ten Side*    0    2    0    1    1 Lind* Woodward    I    0    0    0    0 Knit* Wright    0    0    I    2    2 K#Mi Davit    4    2    0    3    4 Mania Button    0    0    I    0    I Stevie Smith    0    0    0    0    0 Total#    78 66 30 IOO 141 Canyon It OI Aaa ta ta ace* block*    kill*,    point* A A    B    K    P Sheila Soothtmg    29    18    3    23    33 Kim Kneg    61    12    0    3    '3 Liana T yier    9    13    21    75    6 7 Nancy Ttakan    2    IO    13    44    38 Kathryn Kyle    0    2    *    h    n Tara Cappiaman    2    14    3    12    26 Chary! Butler    0    9    8    3    14 Kart Dr item ...... 0    0    2    8    6 Renata Rrttimann    0    0    13    2 Joy ut Abel    00000 Karan Arthur    0    0    0    0    0 Tote ta    W I* *2 17» TH Smithton Valley IT OI NX Ranger* 5 4 0 IO 31 2 7 Attittt ace* block* kilt* point* Washington 4 4 2 IO 36 36 A A B K P NY Islanders 4 3 I 9 31 30 Tiffany Beer* 51 24 2 15 35 Nev* Jersey 4 5 0 8 13 35 Susan Davit 30 20 2 23 40 Pittsburgh 3 5 2 8 37 43 Sha*yon McCoy I 14 4 27 38 Adams Division Ho .an ne Wen# I 16 2 8 24 Quebec 8 2 I 47 34 Carolyn Hun 0 0 0 4 2 Boston 6 2 I 13 42 22 Mary Blue* 0 0 3 5 5 Hartford 6 4 0 12 44 42 Leu## Hughes 0 IO I 12 18 Buffalo 5 4 I 11 39 29 Alist* He* mc oc* I 2 6 2 4 Mont! aa 4 6 0 8 39 5C Men.*- Fe>» I 6 0 4 10 Brernj* Wer>« Mchete He ring*. Totals OOO 2 6 0 87 96 14 1 2 103 1 7 184 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Chcago 451 9 42 44 Mnnesota 3 5 2 8 46 45 NHL St Lours 3 Detroit t Toronto Smythe Division 4 I 8 I 8 0 7 3 26 29 36 33 61 41 By Th* Associated Prest Edmonton 8 1 0 16 48 36 WALES CONFERENCE Vancouver 5 4 2 12 44 39 Patrick Division Winnipeg 6 4 I ti 48 48 A L I Pi* GF GA Calgary 5 5 0 IO 48 40 Philadelphia 7 2 ( ’4 41 25 Lot Angelet 2 8 0 4 31 53 st* Av^tr Let Us “Tune h^\L Your Car Your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO 358 LANDA. 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Wade Jankowski and Brad Campbell will start at the halfbacks Jankowski ran well against Kerrville Tivy, and he won t start at linebacker this week to allow him to concentrate on offense Campbell has the quickness to break a big play, as he did on touchdown runs against Del Valle and New Braunfels The offense can help the defense by controlling the ball for long stretches. ' We’ve got to have the kind of defensive effort that we had against Kerrville, swarming to the ban," Burch said * And of they do break one. we’ve got to chase them down It would help for us to get some early scores; that was the key to the Kerrville game W'hen we got the football, we did something with it " Canyon will have a depth advantage in the game, as the Rebels will start six players both ways Two Cougars — Wagner and Alton Ellis — will start on offense and defense, as Ken D Alfonso will start at defensive end to allow Tood Banks to concentrate on offense and Hai Barm will start at linebacker for Jankowski. si)BUMPER TO BUMPER mw    *k Auto Parts Specialists SUPERNATURAL SAVINGS' SAVE 40\ I i----' GefiuiP9 leadier ^ STEERING WHEEL COVERS $485 L . T“ -NII. ............IIH.......I-—i----mmm (^1 LIGHT UNIT \ ’ / $2" Brr, 58 95 **^ _ -1 "x ' ll UTILITY k. 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