New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 1, 1983, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

May 01, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas McEnroe to face Lendl in WCT Finals today DAI.LAS ■ AP* Defending champion Ivan Lendl and No 2 seed John McKnroe advanced into the finals of the $300,000 WCT Finals tennis tournament here after semifinal wins Saturday. Iendl, top-seeded, beat No. 5 seed Hill Scanlon 6-1. 6-7 2-7 I. 6-3. 6-3 and McKnroe defeated No. 6 seed Vitas Gerulaitis 6-3, 6-2, 6-2 The two will meet Sunday ut Reunion Arena for the $150,000 first prize of the WLT Finals, the last tournament on the WCT circuit I.»st year. I-endl beat McKnroe in four sets for the title l*endl broke Scanlon's serve twice in the first set for a 6-1 win Scanlon. 26, came back in the second set to force a tie breaker He took a 5-0 lead, then fired a serve that la*ndl returned into the net to give Scanlon the set Scanlon pressured l>endl early in the third set with accurate approach shots, tying it at 2-2 l-endl fought off two break points to win the next game, then b>ok another service break to lead 4-2 Scallion escap'd one set point before la*ndl served an ace down the center line to w in the set l-endl broke S< anion’s serve to open the fourth set. then scored two of fins 16 a. es lo go up 3-1 With a 5-3 lead, he hit a diving service return winner for the match. McKnroe. who now has reached the finals of eat I; of the five Wi' I Finals he has enter cd. will In* look in for his third win He won the tournament in 1970 against Hjorn Borg and in 1981 ov cr Johann Kriek The 28-year-slid tlerulaitis. who reached the semifinals with wins over Jose-Luis Clerc and Guillermo Vilas, both of Argentina, fell behind rn the first set 3-1 McKnroe lost only one point on his next two service games for a 5-2 edge tlerulaitis survived three set points to take the next game but McKnroe used an overhead slam at the net to win the next game in the set The second set was a display of McKnroe\s dominance as the 24-year-old left-hander gave up only six points in taking a 4-0 lead tlerulaitis, who during one stretch lost IO straight plants on his own ser\ * picked up two games Indore McKnroe took the set McKnroe, who has won fiv*• tournaments in the past year, finished the match with an easy 6-2 filial set to shoot up his lifetime record over tlerulaitis to 7-4 McKnroe has lost only two of the 14 matches he has played in the finals of W(”l tournaments, one to Jiminy Connors in 1980 and tile tither to I dull in 1982 I ierulaitis won the tournament in 1978Sports shortsSelma to host Walkfest The Third International Walkfest will be held in Selma today, May I Participants may walk a IO kilometer or 20 kilometer race an may begin any time between 7 a in and noon each day Starting line is the Bluebonnet Palace in Selma For more information, contact David Heidel at 625-2760.Reds to host tryout camp The Cincinnati Reds will conduct a basseball tryout camp on May 28 at 9 a rn on the San Jancinto Jr College campus in Houston Under the direction of the the Reds Scouting Supervisor, Fred Hillman, the camp will last from 9 a in until approximately 2 pin with no lunch break To participate, players must In* 15-22 and must furnish then own shoes, gloves and uniforms Hie Reds will furnish all other equipment Play ers are also responsible for their own travel and living expenses, with the understanding that the Reds will reimburse such expenses to anyone signing a Cincinnati contract American U'gion players may participate with the written permission from either their concn or the Commander of the Post they represent lf tho school the player attends is still in regualr session, the player must have written permission from his principal to participate San Jacinto Jr. College is located at 5800 Uvalde Road off HI IO Fast i Pasadena). For more information, contact Ray i or be It at (home) 512-658-4487 after J pin or (work) 512-658-3553 or write Corbett at 200 Wright Avenue. Schertz, TX 78154Babe Ruth League starts season Hie New Braufnels Baht* Ruth baseball season will liegin Monday, May 2, at 7 There will Im' a game between Hansmann Construction and Watershed Products at J p iii and 15 minutes after the aliening ceremonies tiler will lie a game between Comal County Builders and the livening lions. All teams and team sponsors should report to Camp Comal at 6 46 p in BABYvouR V L -,ei \ ur ■>:. -BUGGY NOWAVAILABLE COMPLETEAUTO DETAIL includes Motor caned Compound \ wax Cai pet shampoo r'(tenor detail trunk < -caned Polish all chronic -Specializing In — Never wax again with"PERMA-SHIELD"Cars*Boals«Trucks Upholster v Seal,mf *Body Side Moulding •I’m Stuping •Carpet \ Vinyl Dye & Repair •I nqine AV All AHLF AT Auto Trim Systems McQueeney. Tx. 557-5236 A.    v    CAII    AMIN    4 PM OH WttMNDS MOMIN StHVICtS A V A11 AHI I A I YOUM HOM! Of UCI OH HUH SHOPShop Herald Zeitung Classifieds Mon. Fri 8 30 5 00Sports calendar Canyon Sports banquet Monday. May 9.7 IO p iii Canyon High School Comous Baseball Monday Marble Falls at Smithson Valley. 2 p rn Tuesday May 3 Gonzales at Canyon, 4 lo p iii New Braunfels at Fredericksburg. 7 IM) p iii Thursday. May 5 Hays at New Braunfels, < .U) p in , Smithson Valley at Cole. 2 pin . ( allyou at Kerrville Tivy. 7 JO p in Volleyball Monday, May 2, 7 p in Meeting, (rn Women s Summer Volleyball league .it the I .anda Recreation Center National little langur Saturdav May 7 Tull Day. 2 8 p in . lions and I iptmusts fields Walkfest Today Third International 10k or 20k Walkfest in Selma Start between 7 a iii and noon at the Bluebonnet Palace track Friday. May 6 Girls state meet. Memorial Stadium. Austin Running finals l>egin at 7 p iii for 3A and 4A Friday Boys 3A and 4A regional meets 3A will la* held at Texas Aid in Kingsville while the 4A runs at Gregory Portland High School in Cot pus ( 'bristi tennis May 6 7 Region I\ 3A Iwvs' tournament in Kingsville Turkey season Today May I. last day for C omal County Hunters may shoot one gobble! lf you or y t»ui sports group would like yoni local s(Kirts announcement lo appear in the hr > ■ • Zntuny sports calendar, mail the annouiucinent tit PO Drawer 361, New Braunfels. TX 78130 oi call 312' 625-9144 and ask for the shirts departmentScott Haring The crystal ball looks at '83 We’re now one thin! of Hit way through 1983. a fact of no particular signifigame except that it gives me an excuse to write on some broad, general subject easy to writ* instead of actually having lo work *hi one narrow topi* (hard to write) Unlay, it's Predictions For The Rest Of 1983 ' Hockey: W ho cares, right Well, foi the three or foul of you who do. ifs definitely fun time hor lh*’ rest of you. now that the too-long regulai season and the joke early playoff rounds are over, there s some go**d action going on Hie teams that didn't deserve to make th** playoffs in the first place have all been eliminated, and the four that are left are playing well, well enough for a non-ho* key fan to tune in on the table and may Im* even like it As fat as predu tunis go. I like Wayne v and the Trillion toil Oilers to win it all. partially l*e* a use the Boston Bruins and New York Islanders will have us<hI up all their energy beating eat h other up iii an ext ding, seven game semifinal Basketful! The only quarterfinal in doubt is th*- Boston-Milwaukee mal* h. anti that doesn’t matter be* ause Moses Malone and the 76ers wtl. t» at whoever survives lamk for a thrilling seven game Western Conference final, with < surpris* th* San Antonio Spurs edging the I bikers I A has a few t*m many injuries. Aitis Gilmore can handle Hareem Abdul-Jabbar, ami th** Spurs ai ** rolling Unfortunately. they won t Im* i tilling enough to get just tin* ,liers In the finals I like I 'hilly in five, may ta six Baseball My opinions haven’t changed mut Ii suit e th** start of tile season, but I do have some reset v alums I'm not nearly as confident about the ( hit ago White Sox ill the AI. West. Brett arui th** Royals are hot. and tile Rangers ai** a pleasant surpris** But it searly vet I also may have given up on the Astr its tot) sot »n They ie still in in* danger of winning a pennant, hut they vt* got a dei flit shot at .ill above 5(10 season Ami right now most Astros fails will lake that I still like th** Yankees and the Kxpos and I still am fairly certain about th** Dodgers, even though the Braves have not made their expe* ted fold yet Anti I still like the Kxpos to go all the way Pre football: I said this was gt iii) t take ( are of the rest of 83, (fain t j" The Oilers did very. very well in the draft and may be a 500 team this season Ixmk for Karl Campbell to again be a running back who strikes fear in opposing defenses while th** coaches l*x»k for someone win* can play well enough to earn the quarterback job on a permanent basis The Cowboys..., well, I .a miry promised to get tough with the team following their NFC final loss to San Francisco, and they came back and lost the NI C final again This year. I .aiidl y promises pre-season t amp will la* troll* tough I sup|K»se lf thev lose again, lamdry will say, I mean it this time, guys Camp will la* iron* iron* extra tough I'm becoming disillusioned Certainly, the Cowlxiys are vetv good, and one season, probably very soon. they will win the .Su|a*r Bow! again But th** Cowboys are just another team in that top echelon that includes San Diego and Miami and some oilier teams that rotate in and out, It'-, not that tit** Cowboys are the single ta*st team <despite what the (( ally rabid Cowboy fans think *. but that thev I e ottmny Un* l»est yea! after year Iamk at it that wav. and the Dallas play off losses Im** oui** I nor** un demandable In the frenzied fan s mind. the lowboys are the best team. tun none,every year it'sonly a freak play or an unexpected great jm*i formant ** bv ail opposing player, of some intangible mental letdown thai keeps Dallas from winning it alt I disagree, Dallas is merely as g«*od as tin lest of th** top teams And like Unrest of Un* top teams, its turn to win it all will mine Mavin' even tills year I oilcge (until.ill Who's to sav So many g<M*d teams, so many great players I sort of like Iowa, a very good team last season that lost practically nobody to graduation Some of last year s powers were de* I ma ted tty graduation, and, in one * a c, bv Un* UNFI Georgia, SMI , I (KA Penn St. I*itt and North ( anilin,I. among others, will feel the sting of falling off the peak and being in tin- pack vc itll Un* rest In the Southwest Conference, Arkansas should in* an early favorite The Aggies should la* better (some critics could say they could hardly la* worsei, tx-ticr enough to get the former students off Jackie Sherrill s bat k and get a Imwl hid Texas and Houston have strong enough programs to la' back In fact. next to Arkansas. Texas is probably Un* next logical choice High school football:    Again, ja*r haps to<> early In tell But to go out on limb New Braunfels could la* even ta*tter than last year Replacing Karl Wilson will la* the tallest order, but an im-proved offensive line could make the “ti **as:.*r Greg Bender has the talent t be -v* better than Craig W»*r stcrfer at quarterback, but he must also deliver th** intangible leadership qualities Wersterfer had An overwhelming returning defense on top of it all means playoffs again for the Unicorns The ( anyon Cougars will continue their upward climb, arid will break the 500 mark with ease Hon Kit-timan's elbow injury is a question mark, but with more arid more athletes trying out for the team, and continued stability iii th** coaching ranks, the Cougars could surprise every bod* A one-two finish in District 13 4A from the two Comal * utility teams is. wfille still a longshot more than pule fantasy lh* Smithson Valley Rangers should also break tile .*(>0 mark as participation increases and the team gains even more talent and ex jierience 'Hm* resignation of head coach Kick ( altioun clouds th** issue, though, coaching continuity has always been a problem at Smithson V alley and until a decision is mad** on wht* will fill the top spot, it's hard t<> tell how the team w ill do Trivia aud silliness Billy Martin will last the season with th** Yankees without tieing fired Tai Biles of th** tillers may not I*** si* lucky, and the Astros Bol* I Jibs may get th** ax**. l**o, not I MHM use In* deserves it, but because ow ne! John Mi Mullen likes to file people every so often just to reassure himself he's still iii charge Will Canyon tM*at New Braunfels iii football this veal Probably not. but they will soon, real soon And it ll be the tn-st thing to have happened for the relationship lie!ween til** two schools in a long time Hie Philadelphia Stais will win lh** USM.'n version of the Stifler Bowl ti don't even know what they tall it*. and Kelvin Brvant will tie the league s MYP Stun** fans will even »are, but not as many as the TSH had hoped for Things will improve iii South Texas when San \ntoiuo get1 its franchise (hie last prediction I will get at least one o! these predictions wrong Well, may f»** twoNOT JUST ANOTHER DIET BOOK... ‘This book could change your life!” nvIh! 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