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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Sports HvraldZtttun 1980 Do thebhmp Canyon Cougarette volleyball player Susan Tieken works on bumping the ball during a recent The Cougarettes open play with a scrimmage next Tuesday at San Houston edges Padres By The Associated Press So Nolan Ryan hasnt been the money pitcher the Houston Astros But he looked like a million dollars The but in righthander came through with one of his best efforts of the a three hitter that led the Astros to a 2 1 victory over the San Diego It couldnt have come at a better for the Weve got to turn this around quick or were not going to make said whose Astros had lost six of seven games prior to the opener of a fourgame series in San The moved the Astros within a halfgame of the frontrunning Cincinnati Reds in the National League The threeteam NL West race goes into higher gear tonight when the Reds start a weekend series against the Los Angeles tied with Houston for second The Montreal Expos and Pittsburgh tied for first in the also begin a vital weekend series with each In other action the Philadelphia Phillies stopped the New York Mets 8 1 the San Francisco Giants defeated the Atlanta Braves 5 1 and the Louis Cardinals nipped the Chicago Cubs 109 in 10 Cesar Cedeno set up the winning run for the Astros when he led off the ninth in ning with a single off Padres starter John stole took third on a grounder and came home on Jeff Leonards sacrifice Leonard also had an RBI single in the Indians Rangers 2 CLEVELAND Lenny Barkers and theres nothing I can do about said Texas Manager Pat after Barker had beaten the Rangers for the fifth time since they traded him to Cleveland last The 25yearold right hander scattered 10 hits in 8 1 3 innings of and the Indians supported him with 16 hits to win their fourth straight a 72 decision Thursday The victory was Clevelands 17th in 22 Ive been pitching good against these said at 138 the Indians winningest Theyve been getting a lot of hits off a lot of But Ive been getting them out when theyve got people in scoring Barker stranded Texas runners in scoring position in four separate innings Thur The visitors scored a run in the fifth on singles by Pat Putnam and Jim Norris and a groundout by Mickey then added another in the sixth on singles by Rusty Staub and Richie Zisk and a Putnam I used to get pumped up a lot for these said Barker of where he spent parts of three Its still a little incentive for since they gave up on Jorge returning to the Cleveland lineup after missing1 three games with an led the attack with a double and two He scored the Indians first run in the third on a wild pitch by loser Ed Figueroa had the ball He got roughed said Corrales of the who is 03 since coming to the Rangers from New York for cash on July Figueroa gave up four earned runs in four innings before giving way to Sparky Lyle in the Corrales met briefly behind closed doors with his players immediately following the but he refused to disclose the nature of the the Baltimore Orioles edged the New York Standings Yankees the Boston Red Sox downed the Detroit the Milwaukee Brewer defeated the Toronto Bid Jays the Cleveland InJ dians trimmed the TexaJ Rangers the Oakland A nipped the Minnesota Twins 1 in 11 innings and th California Angels edged thel Seattle Mariners Chicagd and Kansas City were NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST W L GB Montreal 64 50 Pittsburgh 64 50 Phila 58 53 New York 56 58 Louis 51 61 Chicago 46 67 WEST Cincinnati 62 53 Houston 61 53 Los Angeles 61 53 San Fran 57 58 Atlanta 53 61 San Diego 50 66 Thursdays Games Houston San Diego 1 San Francisco Atlanta 1 Philadelphia New York 1 Louis Chicago 10 innings Only games scheduled 12 17 2 2 a 5 12a AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST W L GB New York 69 44 Baltimore 66 46 a1 Detroit 59 51 8 Milwaukee 61 54 9 Cleveland 58 52 91 Boston 59 54 10 Toronto 48 65 21 WEST KansasCitj72 42 Oakland 60 56 Texas 53 59 Minnesota 49 65 Chicago 48 64 California 47 65 Seattle 41 73 13 18 23 23 24 31 Thursdays Games Oakland Minnesota innings Milwaukee Toronto 2 Baltimore New York 1 Cleveland Texas 2 Boston Detroit 1 California Seattle 1 Teaff worrying about opener WACO AP The best way to get Baylor Coach Grant Teaff to miss a threefoot putt is to tell him he has an easy Its a trick members have been using all summer on the greens of Waco Ridgewood Country Baylor does have three nonconference Lamar West Texas State and San Jose who are not to be confused with Michigan and Ohio outfits the Bears have been playing recent outside the Southwest And the Bears do get league toughies Southern Arkansas and Texas at its the seasonopener 13 in Beaumont against rapidlyimproving Lamar SWC Press Tour Baylor Bears which has Teaff Despite what everybody tells him he knows the game is no All I know is that its the toughest opener Ive had since Ive been at Baylor from the psychological said Teaff recently at his Its not that Lamar is any stronger physically than we I think we can handle But they are going to be playing before fans jammed into their stadium and I guess maybe well have pulling for Its a big game for them and you just know theyll be going all The Bears will be starting the season without sensational schoolboy phenom Alfred Anderson of Waco Richfield at Anderson cracked the wrist on his throwing arm in the Oil Bowl last week and wont be able to take a snap for at least six Teaff will lineup Anderson at running back to backup the awesome Walter The quarterback spot vyas going to be a pleasant one for He must now choose between talented Mike the hero of Baylors 2418 Peach Bowl victory over impressive redshirt David Neal Jeffreys and freshman Allen Rice of Houston 3 Briefly Softball meeting set for 21 Anyone who wants to play on a fall softball league team should meet 21 at First Federal Savings and Loan at There will be womens and coed teams in the For more call While First National Bank won the endofseason womens Armstrong Machine won the regular season Members of that team were Sally Mary Francis 4 Sylvia De La Jaime Pat Jackie Evelyn Carol Kay Verheul and Amelia Coaches were Joe Alvarado and Carlos De Blanton wins Northcliffe tourney I Frances Blanton took the Northcliffe Country Club Ladies Association tournament v The golfers played best par will half and through i that Blanton had a Isabel Fox had a 39a and Betty Jarrett was third with F Longhorn kickoff Sunday The University of Texas Exes Association is sponsoring a football kickoff meeting with Coach Fred Akers and the Longhorn football team Sunday from 6 to 8 at Memorial Staduim in Admission cost is and that includes soft drinks and Souvenirs and two sideline passes to the TexasUtah State game will also be auctioned Falcons battle tonight ATLANTA AP Terry Bradshaw and four other starters missed Pittsburghs National Football League preseason opener a week but Coach Chuck Noll will have them in the starting lineup Friday night when the defending Super Bowl champions meet the Atlanta Falcons in a nationally televised I Rita MODERN BEAUTY SALON j Special 3 UniPerm Special 1 Includes conditioner and ALSO with Shampoo 6 Haircut get a FREE Specials Good until Call for evening Hours 8 5 The on the other 1410 losers to Seattle in its opener last will be without five injured in cluding starting wide receivers Wallace Francis and Alfred and five other players are questionable for the 9 Saturday nights games are Denver at the New York Dallas at Los Louis at Tampa Baltimore Green Bay at Buffalo at Chicago at Cin New England at Oakland and San Francisco at San Mavericks sign Terrell DALLAS AP The Dallas Mavericks announced Thursday they have signed free agent forward Ira a former Southwest Conference star who has languished in relative ob scurity for the past three Maverick director of player personnel Dick Sund acknowledged that Terrell may be a long but said the team would not be inviting Terrell to camp if we didnt feel he had a shot at making the Terrell was the 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