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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Local team organizing for Texas Senior Games Registration for the New Braunfels team in the Texas Senior Games will be held March 2529 at the Senior Citizens 142 Comal Registration will be from 1 to 3 each The Senior Games will be held in Arlington May and events are track and ping walk basketball free washer pitching and 5and 10kilometer Turnverein Braunfels has been selected as the team honoring the first athletic club organized in the city on July Coaches for the events include Bud swimming Bill golf and Robert Volunteers to coach bridge and track and field are still being Motel reservations will be taken during and if enough interest is transportation will be provided at a minimal All entries will receive a team For more call 6296196 or Briefly Benefit golf set at Northcliffe The Easter SealNorthcliffe Country Club Golf Tour nament will be held March 24 beginning at 1 The tournament will be a select For more or to call Cy Chapa at the pro 6591368 or or the Easter Seal Center at New Braunfels wins 62 over San Marcos New Braunfels improved its season tennis record to 28 7 with a 62 win over San Marcos Tuesday in a dual Winners for the Unicorns in singles play were Mike Eric Oranen and Leigh Ann In doubles the teams of Cerrato Leyh and DensonSettree won for New The Unicorns face Clemens Girls softball to hold registration The New Braunfels Girls Softball Association will be having registration through Friday at the Landa Recreation The Center is open from 1 to 8 Girls ages 7 to 17 are eligible to participate in the Individual registration fee is per player with a optional individual and team picture League play begins April SASA Eagles looking for players The SASA Eagles soccer team is looking for boys born in 1974 to play on a bluelevel competitive soccer team this For call Kirby Wilson at Rec Center to hold powerlifting meet The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will conduct a powerlifting meet Friday at the Landa Recreation t Events will be the dead lif squat and bench Registration will be March 4fl at the rec and the entry fee is For more call Little League accepting players Baseball players between the ages of 10 and 12 can still sign up for Little League baseball by calling Judy or Roger before Babe Ruth League plans registration Registration for Babe Ruth League baseball begins Friday at Comal Registration for the 14and 15yearolds will be Friday beginning at 6 and again on March 22 beginning at 6 Registration for 13yearolds will be Saturday begin ning at 2 and again on March 21 at 6 A fee will be charged at and a parent must accompany players to sign a release All 13 yearolds and any new 14or 15yearolds must also bring a certified copy of a birth Scoreboard On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION Skiing World Alpine Championships THURSDAY TELEVISION 6 NCAA Championships First ESPN Hockey New York Islanders ai WGN 7 Racing Daytona 200 Motorcycle 7 Basketball Houston at WTBS 8 p Basketball NCAA Championships First ESPN Track Smithson Valley boys at Karnes City 1030 Seventhplace NB 1 pm Thirdplace NB Consolation NB tour 6 Championship NB tour nament NHL NBA box Local sports THURSDAY Baseball New Braunfels vs New Biaunfuls Invnational toui namenl 3 Baseball Canyon vs NB tournament 5 30 p m Basthall NE touinament 8 Baseball Wmnets NE tournament FRIDAY 1230pm Baseball Consolidated vs NB toutnament 3 Baseball Spnng Woods vs Rounc NB tournament 415 pm Baseball Smithson Valley ai Manon 530 pm Baseball Losers NB toutnament Baseball Winners NB Powerlitting meet Landa Recreation Center SATURDAY New Biauntels gills Canyon boys girls Smithson Valley girls at Kerrville Antler Relays Nuggets Rockets DENVERI129I English 17 24 00 Nan 1018 68 Cooper Dunn 05 00 Lever 1511 Issel 5 Hanilik 34 33 Evans 813 1010 Turner 02 22 White 1 1 00 Totals 4990 28 31 129 HOUSTON 131 McCray 913 23 Sampson 56 914 Olajuwon 1425811 Hollins716 24 Llovd 510 12 Reid 511 Lucas 11 Wiggins Totals 5197 2943 24 36 34129 32 39 22131 Three point goals Fouled out ReboundsDenvei 47 Nan Houston 57 Olaiuwon Assists Denver 27 Lever Houston 20 Sampson Total fouls Denver Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League CINCINNATI REDSAgreed to terms on a minor league contract with John NEW YORK METS Signed Darryl to a multiyear FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONSNamed Joe Madden defensive assistant and Sam Elliott running back coach GREEN BAY Ray Wietecha east coast college United States Football League ARIZONA OUTLAWSSuspended Trumaine wide L T 7 9 35 28 5 22 35 10 22 39 5 20 39 9 34 23 11 21 By The Associated Press WALES CONFERENCE Patrick Division W xPhiladelphia 41 19 xWashington 39 20 NY Islanders NY Rangers Pittsburgh New Jersey Adams Division xMontreal Quebec 25 9 28 8 38 8 CAMPBELL CONFERENCE Norris Division Louis 24 11 32 Minnesota 36 Toronto Smythe Division x Edmonton xWinnipeg Pts GF 89 291 GA 214 208 5 11 36 11 43 7 44 16 36 27 8 7 x Calgary 26 8 Los Angeles 30 26 12 39 8 xclinched playoff berth Tuesdays Games Winnipeg New Jersey 3 Islanders Louis 5 Todays Games Boston at Pittsburgh Minnesota at Quebec Philadelphia at Rangers Calgary at Toronto Islanders at Chicago Detroit at Edmonton Hartford at Los Angeles Buffalo at Vancouver Thursdays Games Boston at New Jersey Winnipeg at Montreal Toronto at Washington 87 277 75 304 265 54 256 290 49 232 320 49 229 286 79 262 227 77 244 191 75 275 242 68 245 229 50 228 290 77 263 244 71 270 267 55 234 273 53 257 306 41 211 290 96 337 239 79 311 299 76 312 264 72 295 279 50 238 348 HORSE RACES MARCH 3031 Post Time Featuring TEXAS FUTURITY ESTIMATED STAKE PURSES RRING THE WHOLE FAMILY Compete Concession Covered Grandstand La Bahia Downs Texas iiinsnu Plymouth 547 Seguin HlllOMIKl Oodge NEW BRAUNFELS 1983 Dodge 8 n QQR Low Mileage J1983 Beauville Tan Dual J J IPower Super 1979 Datsun 280 6 5 Power Rear Lowers 1983 Caprice Classic Wagon 3 Seat 1983 Chrysler 5th White on Red Power Seats Wire Super Clean 980 Ford Super Cab Stereo 11983 Dodge Stripe Chrome IWheels 11981 Ford Currier PU Black J4 4 8 White ISpoke M982 Toyota Corolla Brown 4 5 Radio 1 1982 Datsun 2 Tan 1 4 4 M OtpHNtaMr tkpewfeftfr Oepeadatilt DERYL Troy Moss and the Canyon Cougars will face Travis in the first round of the New Braunfels Invitational tournament on Thursday New Braunfels March Spring Woods favored in NB tourney Stateranked Spring the defending tournament is the favorite this weekend in the 10th New Braunfels Invitational baseball The who beat New Braunfels 101 in last yearns championship are 50 on the season and ranked sixth in the Texas Baseball Coaches Morning Times Class 5A y winners of five straight games and rankfjl eighth in the Class 4A is another of the tournament The Cougars are one of four 1984 playoff teaijfs in the field the others are Spring Cojn solidated and All the tournament including Saturdays 6 championship will be played at Unicorn The New Braunfels Unicorns open the tournament at Thursday against The 42 on the will start Armando Martinez in the tournament Bobby Tristan will pitch the second and then Ricky Gomez or Magdelino Medellin will follow in the third Canyon plays Austin a favorite to win the District 265A South in Thursdays 3 The Cougars defeated Georgetown 53 in the thirdplace game in last years Spring Woods beat the Cougars in the Canyons starter is still up in the but the Cougars will wind up using pitchers Michael Ronnie Brad Campbell and Danny Hernandez in the The winners of the early games meet at 8 Thur sday in the while the losers play at for a berth in the consolation On Consolidated and Temple play at and Spring Woods plays Round Rock at 3 the winners meet at 8 and the losers at the losers of the games play for seventh place at The thirdplace game is at 1 and the consolation finals are at This years tournament is the tenth that Coach Peter Garza has held and it also marks Spring Woods seventh appearance in the 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