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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas New Btdunfete THE MORE YOU DRIVE THE MORE YOU NEED ItWIMIf f ICKUPS TIRE SPECIALISTS PLUS A IOT MORE OPEN 8 to 6 Monday Saturday HURRY limited time offer Only skin deep Steve and Jeff employees of Shellman Construction of San apply coats of Laykold surfacing material to the New Braunfels High School tennis Shellman Staff photos by John Senter was recommended for the job by tennis court expert Graham tennis instructor for Newks Tennis The job will cost National League roundup Mets rally edges Astros 10 By the Associated Press NEW YORK An RBI double by Alex Trevino and a runscoring single by Frank Taveras highlighted a tworun eighti inning and capped a NewYork comeback Saturday giving the Mets a 53 triumph over the Houston The who rallied from a 40 deficit for a 54 victory in the series opener Friday scored two runs in both the seventh and eighth innings Co duplicate the feat i Trevinos double drove in Steve Henderson and snapped a 33 Henderson opened the eighth with a double off Joe Joe Sambito relieved Niekro and struck out Mike Jorgensen before Trevinos double delivered With two Joel Youngblood was walked intentionally and Taveras singled home Neil pitched hitless relief for the final two The Mets tied it in the seventh with the aid of two passed balls by Alan Doug Flynn and pinchhitter Joel Youngblood singled before a passed ball by Ashby moved the runners to second and Taveras grounded then another Niekro pitch got past Ashby and Flynn Maddox then tied it 33 with a sacrifice The Mets scored a run in the third when Flynn took third on Taveras double and scored Lee Mazzillis scarifice Houston took a 10 lead against Roy Lee Jackson in the first when Joe Morgan hit his sixth homer off the The Astros added two in the Craig Reynolds Niekro bunted for a hit and Terry Puhl punched a single to scoring When Niekro tried to go from first to he was thrown out at third by right fielder Claudell Puhl took second on the and after Enos Cabell bounced Morgan singled to score Expos Braves 1 MONTREALEllis Valent ine collected three in cluding a tworun firstinning and Fred Norman scattered six hits as the Montreal Expos defeated the Atlanta Braves 51 Saturday night for their fifth con secutive making only his second start of the did not allow a runner past second base until pinch hitter Bill Nahorodny and Jerry Royster cracked consecutive doubles to account for the Braves run in the Norman walked one and struck out After Ron LeFlore grounded out leading off the Montreal Rodney Scott tripled off the right field fence off Doyle and one out later Valentine smashed his 10th homer far beyond the left field Giants Cubs 5 SAN FRANCISCORuns coring singles by Rennie Stennett and Terry Whitfield and a tworun double by rookie Joe Pettini sparked a fourrun seventhinning rally that lifted the San Francisco Giants to an 85 victory over the Chicago Cubs Trailing the Giants started their comeback with two runs in the sixth on a two out single by Mike Whitfields groundrule double and a tworun single by Billy A oneout walk by pinch hitter Roger Metzger off loser Dick started the Giants winning rally in the Metzger took third on Mike Ivies single and scored on Stennetts base hit to produce a 55 tie and the Giants went ahead on Whit fields twoout Reds Phillies 0 PHILADELPHIAMike LaCoss pitched a sevenhitter and outdueled Steve Carlton Saturday night while Ray Knight and Dan Driessen collected runscoring singles to give the Cincinnati Reds a 2 0 victory over the Philadelphia struck out walked five and gave up seven hits in eight struck out two and walked Hector Cruz led off the seventh with a single to After LaCoss popped out while trying to Dave Collins Then Knight hit a sharp grounder behind second on which shortstop Ramon Aviles made a diving But running all the scored when Aviles was slow getting the ball to second baseman Manny Trillo for the relay Tragedy club Astros face adversity HOUSTON AP Tragedy is nothing new for pitching staffs of the Houston Blood clot emergency surgery that followed symptoms of a stroke now threatens the career of fastbailer Earlier tragedies saw Don twice a die of carbon monoxide poisoning in and saw Jim Umbricht die in 1964 after making a courageous comeback following cancer Mel the pitching coach since is now back with the team after undergoing lung cancer surgery last Richard continued in stable condition Friday and Astros officials indicated there would be no elaboration on his situation before Nearly 18 hours after the Wednesday night surgeons said there was an obvious weakness in Richards left arm and left They expressed hope the weakness will prove to be only temporary but cautioned it must be recognized there is a possibility there may be residual When asked Thursday night if Richard bad suffered a Harold the team said that covers a wide area There are different degrees of he saii Stroke is really not a medical its more of a laymans Right now only time will determine whether it was transient or Richard led the major leagues in strikeouts at 313 last season and had 119 and a 101 record this year before dead arm problems placed him on the disability list July was found dead in his car in the garage at his southwest Houston The body of his was found in a bedroom above the Police said both deaths were apparently Medical examiners said both died of carbon monoxide Wilsons 10392 record in nine years with the included nohitters against Cincinnati in 1968 and In Wilson again had a nohitter against the Reds through eight innings but was removed for a pinch hitter by field manager Preston After the 1974 Wilson remained in seclusion several hours and then told I respect him Gomez more than ever When people start putting personal goals ahead of the youll never nave a acquired by the thenHouston Colt in the 1961 expansion un derwent surgery for a malignant groin tumor in early Rejoining the team in late he compiled a 43 record while working 76 He died a year and a day after the Aztecas edge out Houston 21 Fred Zinkgrafs run in the bottom of the eighth led the New Braunfels Aztecas to a 21 win over the Houston Padres last week at Comal Pitcher Tom Juarez came in to get the win after Roland Martinez started the The winning Azteca run came after one out in the Zinkgraf moved to second on a walk to Ernie moved to third on an error and scored on a fielders Houston broke on top with a run in the first but New Braunfels came back in the bottom of the inning when leadoff man Jessie Delgado was moved up to second by Tom Juarez and third by Jeff and came home on a single by Azteca pitchers Juarez and Martinez scattered five while New Braunfels picked up INSUKMSTIOIf By RUSSELL STOLLEWERK SCHRIEWER INSURANCE With the extremely hot weather weve had this summer and reports of quite a few fires throughout the Ive become concerned about the Insurance on my It a fire should start on my property and 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