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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                New HeraldZeitung July iA Winners NB Aquatic Club brings home ribbons By KARI MITCHELL Sports editor Several new members of the New Braunfels Aquatic CLub contributed to the teams 26 ribbons at the Fort Sam Houston BC Invitational Swim Swimming in only her second Kourtney Kahler took a B time in the 50meter freestyle and grabbed a first place in the 100meter free and 100 meter In the 910 the girls relay team consisting of Kayci Kemery Adrienne Isley and Gail Isley placed fourth in the 200 free Other outstanding performances were turned in by Jeff Hendry and his brother Josh Jeff Hendry took a first and two seconds in the class B events and two fourths in class Josh Hendry placed second and third in class B and brought home a second in class The following is a list of all swim mers who Class B Josh Boys 50 first Boys 50 meter second Boys 200meter Jeff 1314 boys 200meter first Boys 100meter second boys 200meter f Class C Gail 8 and girls 50 meter Gail 8 and girls 50 meter f Kaycl girls SO meter girls 200 meter Sandra girls 100 meter Sandra girls 50 meter Sandra girls 50 meter Sandra girls 200 meter David boys 50 meter Josh boys 200 meter individual Nancy girls 200 meter individual Nancy girls 200 meter Jeff boys 100 meter Jeff boys 100 meter Kourtney girls 50 meter B Kourtney girls 100 meter Kourtney girls 100 meter Lynann girls 50 meter Lynann girls 200 meter Lynann girls 100 meter girls 200 medley boys 200 medley Karate tip SporU editors note This Up is leg in a bent locking at the knee upon being run as a In position in preparation for a You will pivot on the Sundays edition of the supporting the wrong Thrust out strongly to the pictures were used with the putting the full force of Return foot to preparatory your hip into the kick and Staff photos by Cindy Richardson NFL rules no no unsigned players in camp NEW YORK AP A request by National Football League club owners that the current contract be extended beyond Thursdays deadline was being considered by union leaders as the two sides met for a second day in a Jack executive director of the NFL Management Council and the club owners chief said if there is no no unsigned player will be allowed into training Donlan said at last count there were 99 rookies and 71 veterans who had not been The Baltimore Colts will be the first team to open camp on with the others to open next Union negotiators made no immediate response to the ex tension and said it would be discussed at todays the unions executive said as he understood managements unsigned veterans could accept a teams latest or 110 percent of last years even after the July 15 deadline and still attend training Rookies could also accept a teams last offer after July 15 and report to But all the players have to have signed contracts befdre they GarvieSsaidftv The team owners at Tuesdays the first in more than a presented a package of proposals for a new Management offered to liberalize the games free agent increase both minimum salaries and postseason pay and provide improved insurance Players did not like the Its totally said Gene Upshaw of the Oakland president of the players Dick general counsel for the the offer was essentially the same as they gave us in Miami in He said that ac cording to his sides the new offer would result in the owners spending less on the players in 1982 than they did in saw the offer as a good place to start v 7 m I IPowr StreakU took the existing contract and built upon said after presenting the package of proposals during the first of three planned days of We feel this proposal is a basis for a but the response from the union was very The owners pay a minimum salary for a fifthyear player and for a is far less than than for fifthyear players and for rookies that the players av While supplies El Paso edges Jackson in Texas By ASSOCIATED PRESS A tworun homer by Bill Foley in the first inning helped El Paso edge in Texas League baseball after the Mets made the first of their three errors on a potential double play In other action the Tulsa Drillers whipped the San Antonio and the Shreveport Captains handed the Midland Cubs a The Arkansas Travelers slipped by the Amarillo Gold Jacksons Darryl Strawberry scored a solo home run in the top of the It was his 23rd of the year and the fourth homer in as many games against El Dan took the win for the Ted was the The Drillers Tommy Dunbar walloped a first inning grand slam home run and added a solo shot in the fourth against the Dunbar cracked his 12th homer of the year in the first after singles by Mike Jirschele and Dave Stockstill and a walk to Mike The Dodgers had taken a 10 lead in the top of the first on an RBI single by Ed Dunbar increased the lead to 61 with the solo his Sports Calendar Intermediate tennis clinic 11 to Little League AllStars San New Braunfels National League plays Lockhart in winners AL lost Seventeam doubleelimination area s Babe Ruth AllStars Comal 8 Canyon Lake New Threeteam doubleelimination tournament for 14and 15yeari iV New Braunfels Summer Basketball League ofseason tournament continues Thursday at Braunfels Middle School 7 Junior Swimming Olympics July Friday through Blossom Time Athletic San Prelims start at 10 finals every night Skat Club Eagles Monthly Womens volleyball Haymarket Fischer Construction Miller High Life Clear Springs Miller High Coed volleyball Holy Family A League Jesses Discount Gas Kentucky Fried Holy Family Pharmacy 7 Jesses City Jtyly Family Kentucky Fried Ortegas Chilios Louis Valdez 8 Ortegas Louis VaWez RADIALS Sale prices on all Cushion Belt Polyglas SALLl If it doesnt say NOW THRU SATURDAY it cant be Polyglas UGHimCKWTIRE SAM Save on ail Sizes for 4WDs NOW THKU SATURDAY Burns upsets Smith in Western WATEBWOOD AP For mer champions are having a hard time keeping pace in the 82nd annual Womens Western Amateur Golf Championships at Waterwood Country 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