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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas NBW Braunfels HotaMZeitung Moy 7A Smithson Valley wins first title Freeman power Rangers past San Antonio 82 Pat Bruce and Joey Freeman each blasted two run homers Thursday to give the Smithson Valley Rangers an 82 victory over the Cole Cougars and their firstever District 263A them at 204 10von If whos two games behind wins two and we drop our last said couch Stan Weve got We beat them so Its Bruce pitched through five Innings allowing only one hit and one unearned Chris Simons then took over and allowed two hits and an unearned Besides Freeman and Bruce the Hanger hats lilt on six other Terry Steve Bunch and Jeff bastings all Bruces homer came In the seventh while Freeman smashed his In the The win gives the Rangers a 60 district record mid puts got one hit while Thompson claimed They the hltsi were pretty well spread said We still seem to he getting them when we 1 Just hope It holds The bidistrlet game for the Rangers has not been Date and time will he an Pit ono twotun homers Stuff photo hy John Sentet Final four NBA playoffs continue on Sunday Sutter steals Cards By BRUCE LOWITT AP Sports Writer Bruce Sutter Is supposed to save games for the rest of the Louis Cardinals pitching So far Into this young hes been taking things like wins Into his own Dave LaPoInt was trying to boost his record to 30 Thursday In San but going Into the eighth Inning the Cardinals were trailing the Padres thanks In part to a Slxto home Lonnle Smiths home run for the Cards In the top of the eighth tied the and Sutter was sent after Ruppert Jones doubleplay grounder off a splitfingered fastball In the bottom of the eighth and Ken Oberkfells two tiebreaking single In the top of the it was Sutter who strode off the mound with a victory and a 30 In the only other National League It was Atlanta Houston 3 Thursday In the only American League Cleveland defeated Minnesota Im going to Ihnm fastball and If they hit If they heat gonna beat me Will on Jones jumped and killed the threat svitl i baseman Keith 1 lernandi Id rather have as lung uswe The Cards catcher Thin said of Slitters unique sph Me lives or dies by one p throwing It 1 was liter the first pitch in that ball but lucidly Inhit and to the best first hasciiii The victory prevented sweeping the three nesday night they Iromifeil M Braves Astros 3 Rookie Craig McMm lr hits in six innings and Hale Murphy and Glenn I hihhard homered for Atlanta struck out two and walked just one before leaving fora pinchhitter in the sixth Steve one of three Braves recorded his third Indians Twins 5 ByKENRAPPOPORT AP Sports Writer Philadelphia TOera Coach Billy Cunningham has stopped worrying about Moses Malones Injured started worrying about Andrew Toneys bruised left Thats the current focal point for the 76ers as they prepare to meet the Milwaukee Bucks In one of two National Basketball Association playoff games The Los Angeles Lakers meet the San Antonio Spurs In the Andrews Improved a great deal 100 percent from yesterday to said Cun I expect Andrew to work out lightly and then well see how It Andrewll be 100 percent more Improved by As a forward Julius Ervlng has been playing at guard during the TGers closeddoor practices for the Eastern Con ference Ervlng said lie had been at guard largely because of the way Milwaukee forward Marques Johnson plays his Despite their recent physical which include Malones aching knees that caused some concern In the Tilers camp last Philadelphia managed to sweep the New York Knlcks In the conference You get this theres no sense In waiting til next Malone shrugging off the TOers mounting physical We may as well go for the all the marbles The Bucks are one of the NBAs hottest teams as Theyre coming off a shocking fourgame sweep of the Boston The bestofseven Western Conference which start In Los feature two of the leagues most dominating cen ters San Antonioa Arils Gllmore and Los Angeles Kareem Abdul Youre not going to stop him you Just have to contain says Gllmore of who averaged points a game against the Spurs during the regular San Antonio will be a step up In class from said the Lakers Jamaal It will be Gllmore In the middle Instead of Wayne They outplayed us during Uie season and now Its time to get the vibes going for The Spurs took four out of five regularseason games from the defending NBA Even though San Antonio has beaten us the last three times we have 1 dont think that will have any effect In the says Laker Coach Pat Norm who scored 30 points Tuesday night In the Laker victory over said San Antonio Is a physical Were going to have to have strong outside games to relieve pressure on the Magic Johnson We cant keep going to the big fellow all the he said of Its a big temptation because hes so but you have to keep the defense Johnson had to leave tin Lakers practice Thursday to be treated for a strained lower but a team spokesman It does not appear to be Kixikie reliever Neal Heaton kept putting Twins on base and then wiping them out by serving up doubleplay The Indians hinied three twinkillings in his three innings to record third save of the Andre Thornton of the Indians drove In two runs and stretched his hitting streak to 10 He had a sacrifice fly In their three run first inning against Brad Havens and an KMI single fur the decisive run In the fifth Graham shares lead Ml of Minnesotas runs against winner Rick Suleliife came In the fifth three of them mi Kent 1 irheks basesloaded Sports shorts Summer volleyball league registration The Womens Summer Volleyball Association assnounces registration for the summer volleyball Entry fee will be per team plus per Teams may register at the Landa Recreation Center from to 10 Monday through Entry fees and rosters must be turned In no later than May For further contact Robert Bouse at the Landa Recreation Center or call Reds to host tryout camp The Cincinnati Reds will tryout camp on May i a Jaclnlo Colleg campu Under the direction oi ih Kred t hlman from Si until lunch To parlicipa lJ2J and must furnish the and Tin1 Rids v Players are their own travel and livii understanding that tin Standings baseball IAIIOMI iiitui wiai IUSIK lulu lllUnil Cllllllll Niliiitll llillll In Ttft tllilil N IPtl II I ill SIS SI2 U II n n I II 52 II II SH n u 12 12 Cl In T1 K I Pel Cl ii i tn 12 i too i 12 SH li 1 II ISO I i is m e 11 HI ft I Sin AimiiD IPno2I Mrtliri I Indlj l tin II tilttio l BIJVK CilMliiii linn MI DlhllM lull Niniilli Sllllll in in u u 12 I 11 H S I II S2t II II ISS II IS III t II 111 I 111 ill III ClICIIIll Ill lllll Hnilii SM liiKivtt ttififcp JllHIll lUlltl llBltll 1 HI Mil ItMlM i i in II I III U II SOS S II II III I II II 111 I IS IIS I 3 n I liui I CidNnu Ii liltini I ill In llii CknUri II In Imii I Sunn V l Ikiabi i Cwi 1 Ii i Jl JIUitl MuUI I Tut iSiim I 21 HI IDllSliOilllililli I HID SI lull StiHi Hi K Us ICvMluti 2 21 II liwiui lllll Riinui ii innii HOUilCI a lib Unlit tl I 2 D 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signed a freeagent contract with the I louston The terms of the signed were nol disclosed by the was the Cleveland Browns I draft pick In He missed his rookie year of a knee injury but returned to play live seasons with the In Jackson M games for Browns and had 711 tackles and 117 Last year a native of was iradcdto He was released by the Broncos and played seven games with THK WOODLAN DS I AP Australian David Graham used an old a new driver and accepted an assist from the weather to earn a share of the first round lead in the Houston Coca Cola C a n a d 1 a n i m who has made consecutive also took ad vantage of the earlymor ning weather and matched Grahams 5 u n d e r p a r i ti Thursday over The Woodlands Country Clubs par71 of the top eight scores over the first IK holes were posted by golfers who teed off Curt John Cook and Llndy Miller were a stroke back at while Bob To mas irayand Lee Trevln carded Trevlno and Gray were the only af ternoon starters to finish in the top Defending champ ion Kd who matched said he was pleased con sidering the dif ference In the course In the Graham discarded all of his e x perlmental putters and returned to an old He ran In long putts that included six birdies in the II nine He put a stiffer shaft on his driver and that helped him drive BRING YOUR VACATION PHOTOS FOR 1 HOUR FILM PROCESSING TO LANDA FOTO 363 Next to Winns im amriTT r anr mr nmn New Braunfels National Bank MEMBER VICTORIA BANK invites you to listen to Reflections A backward glance at where we in Corrtal County have been and where we are now Sunday Mornings at 9 f on H20 May 1983 featuring Edvard Playdell Bowerie Pearl CoSponsored by Inlihy Hiiuii Mimilny JIuiiMliiy fiitliiY 6 Ihiu HOIMI Mmiilny ImlKY S H 1 I till New raunfels Prttioiit Initiiititrtt Cnriwntn lif ttH 1 11 il Kntlll II ItliU HdW HI Ill SI Kwin IDi Hf S KlMMtt SI IkW THE KENTUCKY OitM ID il 1 i i ii mk Ji iM 5 uffhl IP H III 1 SO CKKUt II In il in lip ID H IBII II in liiilit ill HaiilM III lllll I Ml 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