New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 14, 1985, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly SA New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday, April 14,1985 Phillies trip Astros, 4-2 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS HOUSTON - Jeff Stone belted three hits and scored two runs, while Juan Samuel had a triple and a single and drove in a run as the Philadelphia Phillies won their first game of the season, a 4-2 defeat of the Houston Astros Saturday night. Shane Rawley, 1-0, went 5 2-3 innings and allowed five hits as the Phillies broke a 12-game losing streak, including three this season and the final nine last year. Al Holland, the fourth Phillies pitcher, worked 11-3 innings for his first save. Rookie right-hander Ron Mathis, 0-1, was the loser in his first major league appearance.Cubs 8 Expos 3 CHICAGO — Gary Matthews drove in three runs with a single and a two-run homer and Jody Davis also blasted a two-run homer to lead Chicago over Montreal. Davis also hit a “second-chance” double in a two-run second inning when his pop foul dropped between catcher Mike Fitzgerald and first baseman Dan Driessen. Ron Cey, who had singled, went to third on Davis’ double and rookie Shawon Dunston drove in the tying and lead runs with a single. Montreal had taken a 1-0 lead in the top of the second on Driessen’s second home run of the season.Red Sox 7 White Sox 2 BOSTON — Tony Armas, the major leagues’ 1984 home run and RBI champion, belted a two-runAmerican League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Baltimore    4    0    I OOO    — Boston............... 4    0    1.000    — Detroit............... 4    0    1.000    — Milwaukee    3    1    .750    1 Toronto .............. 2    3    .400    2 Vi New York............. 1    3    .250    3 Cleveland.............0    4    OOO    4 West Division Seattle    .  ............ 4    0    1.000    — Minnesota .......... 2    2    500    2 California ............. 2    3    400    2 Vi Chicago ..............I    2    333    2 Vi Kansas City ........... 1    3    .250    3 Oakland .............. 1    4    .200    3% Texas................0    4    OOO    4 Saturday's Games Detroit 3. Kansas City 1 New York 6, Cleveland 3 Baltimore 8, Toronto 7 Boston 7, Chicago 2 California 6. Oakland I Milwaukee 6, Texas 5 Minnesota at Seattle, In)National League By The Associated Press NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W New York............4 Chicago.............3 Montreal ............2 Pittsburgh............2 Philadelphia..........1 St. Louis.............0 Wast Division Atlanta..............3 San Francisco..........2 Los Angeles..........2 San Diego ............2 Houston.............2 Cincinnati............y 4 Pct. GB 0    1.000    - 1    .750    I 2    .500    2 2    .500    2 3    .250 4 OOO .750    - .667 ’A .500    1 .500 1 .400    1    Vi .250    2 Saturday's Games New York 2, Cincinnati 1 Atlanta 7, San Diego 5,10 innings Chicago 8, Montreal 3 Pittsburgh 4, St. Louis 3 Philadelphia 4, Houston 2 San Francisco at Los Angeles, (n)1 homer as unbeaten Boston rolled over Chicago.Mots 2 Reds 1 NEW YORK — Darryl Strawberry led off the bottom of the ninth inning with his first home run of the season, giving unbeaten New York its fourth straight victory, a triumph over Cincinnati. The Mets’ 4-0 start — all decided by one run — tied the best start in the club’s history in 1973.Tigers 3 Royals 1 KANSAS CITY, Mo. - Tom Brookens doubled home the tying run ,- and scored the go-aheadj run on a bases-loaded walk in the eighth inning while Jack Morris fifed a five-hitter and unbeaten Detroit posted a victory over Kansas City in a rematch of last year’s American League playoff opponents. The world champion Tigers, who made a shambles of last year’s American League East race with a 35-5 start, have won all fbur games this season after winning their first nine a year ago.Braves 7 Padres 5 ATLANTA — Red-hot bale Murphy hit a two-run homer In the 10th inning to give Atlanta a victory over San Diego after Bob Horner’s first home run since last May 23 keyed a three-run ninth-inning rally. Murphy’s drive over the left-field fence came after Brad Komminsk opened the 10th with a single off reliever Tim Stoddard, 0-1. The homer was Murphy’s third of the season and gave him eight RBIs in four games. He is batting .533.Angels 6 A's 1 OAKLAND, Calif. — Gary Pettis went 3-for-4 with a triple, scored three runs and drove in a run to spark California over Oakland.Yankees 6 Indians 3 CLEVELAND - Don Mattingly tripled and doubled, driving in two runs and scoring twice, and Ron Guidry pitched seven strong innings as New York snapped their season-opening three-game losing streak with a victory over winless Cleveland.Pirates 4 Cardinals 3 PITTSBURGH — Tony Pena's eighth-inning sacrifice fly gave Pittsburgh a victory over winless St. Louis, the Cardinals' third one-run loss in four games.Orioles 8 Blue Jays 7 BALTIMORE - Eddie Murray’s three-run homer capped a six-run eighth inning as Baltimore battled from a five-run deficit and beat Toronto.Dart Organization holds tournament The team of Day Walker and Brenda Thiele won the New Braunfels Dart Organization tournament Thursday at the Freiheit Country Store. Second was the team of Goose Thomas and Roy Flores. Third were Rooster Marshall and John Dickerson and fourth were Tina Wiley and Cricket Brandt. Thomas had the men’s high score with 160 points and Brandt had the women’s high score with IOO points. The organization will meet Tuesday at Jackhammers at 7 p.m. Anyone wishing to join is welcome.Teaff to speak at SVHS banquet Tickets are on sale for the Smithson Valley All-Sports Banquet, which is scheduled for May 13 at Texas Dance Hall. Baylor football coach Grant Teaff will be the speaker at the event, which gets underway at 7:30 p.m. For the first time, this year’s banquet will honor all the athletes at the school. Because of the large number of expected participants, the banquet was moved to the dance hall, which is on U.S. 281 south of Bulverde. Tickets are available at the SVHS office and from the school’s coaches, booster club members and businesses in the' Canyon Lake-Bulverdearea. Proceeds will go to Smithson Valley athletics.Claudia Perry to speak at coaches' convention New Braunfels volleyall coach Claudia Perry will be a featured speaker at the Texas Girls Coaches Association Convention coaching school on July 12 in Austin. Perry, who led the 1984 Unicorns to the state finals, will speak on the “The High School Coach as a Facilitator in the College Selection Process.’’ UT-Rice suspended By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS AUSTIN — Heavy rains forced Rice and Texas to suspend the opening game of their baseball double-header Saturday with the scored tied 4-4 in the bottom of the seventh inning. The game was to resume at I p m. today, with Texas at bat in the seventh. The series’ third game will follow.Baylor, A&M rained out COLLEGE STATION - Satur day's Southwest Conference double-header between Baylor and Texas A&M was rained out. The 5:30 p.m. start-up was rescheduled for I p.m. today.Houston 5*6, TCU 3-5 HOUSTON — Mark Grimes scored on an error with one out in the bottom of the ninth to give Houston a 6-5 victory in the second game and a double-header sweep over Texas Christian. Scoreboard Bowling On the air SUNDAY TELEVISION 11 a rn. — Wrestling, USA Noon — Auto racing Transouth 500, ESPN 12:30 p m — Tennis Family Circle Cup. KMOL 1 p.m. — Baseball; San Diego at Atlanta, WTBS 1:30 p m. — Football USFL game. KSAT 1:30 p.m. Baseball: Montreal at Chicago, WCN 2 p.m. — Golf: The Masters, KENS 4:30 p m. — Wrestling, WTBS 6 p.m. - Wrestling, WTBS 6:30 p m — Hockey, USA. 7 pm — Basketball NBA game, WTBS MONDAY TELEVISION 7 p.m. — Football Denver at Tampa Bay. ESPN Local sports MONDAY 9 am    —    Boys'    golf    District    13-4A    cham pionthip. first round, Northcliff* Country Club 9:30 a.rn — Girls' golf District 134A cham pionship, first round, Woodlands Golf and Country Club TUESDAY 9 a.rn    —    Boys    golf    District    134A    cham pionship, second round. Woodlands Golf and Country Club 9 a m.    —    Girls    golf:    District    134A    cham pionship, second round, Northcliffe Country Club 4 p.m.    —    Baseball Southside    at Smithson Valley 6 30 p.m. — Baseball Canyon at Lockhart 7 30 p m - baseball Fredericksburg at New Braunfels. FRIDAY 4 30 pm — Baseball Canyon at Fredericksburg 7 30 p m — Baseball Smithson Valley at Floresville 7 p m Baseball New Braunfels at Hays. SATURDAY Track District 134A track meet Unicorn Stadium Track District 27 3A track meet. Ranger Stadium USFL •y Th* Associeted Press EASTERN CONFERENCE WLT Pct. PF PA Birmingham... 6 2 0    760 195 150 Tampa Bay    5    2    0    714 New Jersey    4    3    0    571 Baltimore...... 3    3    1    500 Memphis    .3    4    0    429 Jacksonville    3    5    0    375 Orlando.......1    6    0    143 WESTERN CONFERENCE Denver    5    2    0    714 Houston ...... 5    2    0    714 Arizona .....4    3    0    571 Oakland .    4    3    I    563 Portland....... 3    4    0    429 San Antonio    3    5    0    375 Los Angeles    I    6    0    143 Friday s Game Jacksonville 28, San Antonio 17 Saturday's Game Birmingham 20, Oakland 17 Today's Games Memphis at Baltimore Orlando at Arizona Portland at New Jersey Los Angeles at Houston Monday s Game Denver at Tampa Bay NBA By Th* Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L y Boston.............63    18 x Philadelphia    58    24 x New Jersey    41    40 x Washington    40    42 New York    24    58 Central Division y Milwaukee    59    23 x Detroit    45    36 x-Chicago    38    44 x Cleveland    36    45 Atlanta ........... 34    48 Indiana ........... 22    60 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division y Denver.............51    29 x Houston ........... 47    34 x Dallas ........ 43    38 x San Antonio    41    40 x Utah .............. 40    41 Kansas City ........31    50 Pacific Division y-L.A Lakers ........ 61    20 x Portland    41    40 x Phoenix............ 35    46 Seattle .........  31    50 L A Clippers    31    50 Golden State    22    58 x-c!inched playoff berth y-ciinched division title 200 153 172 181 126    96 140    157 190 225 120    192 161    133 228    163 142    121 192 180 111    142 111 161 130    164 Saturday s Games New Jersey 123, Chicago 111 Atlanta 122, Indiana 117 Washington 118, Philadelphia 106 Milwaukee 88. New York 84 Denver at Golden State, In) Golf Pct 778 707 506 488 293 719 556 463 444 415 268 638 580 531 506 494 383 753 506 432 383 383 276 GB 5H 22 23 V* 39 Vi 13W 21 22W 25 37 4H 9 W ion 11 Vt 20 Vi 20 26 X X 38 W AUGUSTA, Ga (API — Thirdkound scores Saturday in the 49th Masters on the 6,905 yard, par 72 Augusta National Golf Ctyib course ta amateur!: Ray Floyd....... .......... 70-73-69 -212 Curtis Strange .............^0-65-68-213 Seve Ballesteros ............ 72-71 72 - 214 Bernhard Langer ........... 72 74-78-214 Lee Trevino ...............jO-73 72-215 Gary Koch   ............... 72 70-73-215 Tom Watson ............... 69 71 75-215 Jim Thorpe ................ 73-71 72 - 216 Bruce L.etzke .............. 72 71 73-216 Payne Stewart ............ 69 71 76 - 216 Gary Hallberg    88 73 75 - 216 Craig Stadler ............... 73-67 76-216 Hat Sutton ................. 77-69 70 — 216 David Graham .............. 74 71 71-216 Lanny Wadkins ............. 72 73 72-217 a Sam Randolph............. 70 75 72-217 Jack Nicklaus ............. 71 74 72-217 IsaoAoki .................. 72 74 71-217 John Mahaffey.............. 72 75 70-217 Wayne Levi    75 72 70-217 Fred Couples .......... 7573-69-217 Jay Haas ............. 73 73 72-218 a-Jerry Haas................ 76-69 73-218 Calvin Peete    75 7074-219 Bill Kratzert ................ 73 7789-219 Jack Renner............... 72 77 70-219 Andy Bean ................ 72 7* 73-219 Gary Player ................71 7673-219 Sandy Lyle.................7885^8-219 Danny Edwards ............. 77 72 71-220 Greg Norman............... 73 72 75-220 Tim Simpson............... 73-72 75 -220 Ronnie Black    74 71 75 -220 Johnny Miller............... 77-68 76 - 221 Scott Simpson.............. 71 73-77-221 Mark O Meat a .............. 73 76 72 - 221 Woody Blackburn ...........7871 72-221 Nick Faido ................ 73-73 75 - 221 Sam Torrance............... 73-73-75 - 221 Joey Smdelar............... 73-7375 - 221 Larry Mize ................ 71 75-76 - 222 Hale Irwin.................. 78-71 73-222 Urry Nelson ............. 73-75-74 - 222 Corey Pavin................ 72 7876-222 David Edwards........... 74 72 77 -    223 Ben Crenshaw .............78 76 77 -    223 Dem* Watson...............7872 75    223 Leonia Clements ............ 787873 223 Charlet Coody    TS 77 74    223 Here are standings and results from Comal Bowl: Business Women’s: (April IG I. Newcomers. 2. Triple Trio. 3 SOBs High series: Chris Malay 49, High game: Karin Wilson, 196 Thursday Night ladies: April ll i I. Comal Distributing. 2. Bill’s Beer Depot. 3. Conroy. High series Nancy Watson, 565. High game: Hanne Keller, 222. Tuesday Night Industrial: (April 9) I. luanda Garden Center 2 Aamco Transmission. 3. David Drive Inn. High series: Inland Seidel, 601. High game Inland Seidel, 246. Monday Morning Coffee: (April 8> I. (. Sal s. One Tail-Two Short. 3. Gells. High series: Hellen Heidrieh. 449 High game: Donna Burton and Nancy Howard, 169. Thursday Night Ladies: t April 4i I. Comal Distributing. 2. Conroy 3. Bill’s Beer Depot. High series: Charlene Scheel, 549. High game: Johnnie Stuart, 221. Comal ladies Monday Afternoon: (April 8» I Texas Commerce Bank 2. Arby’s3. Schlitz Beer. High series: Peggy Heikkiia. 539. High game: Elisebeih Pape, 191. Ball aud Chain (April IO) I. Braunfels Sporting Goods. 2. The Car lx>t. 3. A” Storeroom High series: men, Rick Beck, 620; women, Flo Greene, 613. High game: men. Rick Beck, 246; women, Sandy Turney, 227. Castro! By Land or Sea GTX 12 pack 20W50 95 Receive a Free Si OO vacation certificate with the purchase of each specially marked Castrol 12 quart case. CASTR0L SUPER OUTBOARD MOTOR OIL PINT 89* Seip’s Auto Supply #1 1516 S. Seguin Seip’s Auto Supply #2 1525 Aquarena Spring Or. Dietert Auto Supply 300 S. Seguin Specialized Parts U13 W. San Antonio We’d Uke To Set You Up In Business! Show us your stuff. Watercolors and weather-vanes. Herbs and handbags. Porcelain and pillows. We can provide you the opportunity to test market your merchandise or service without the burden of long term committment and major expense. We’d like to set you up in business with specially designed kiosks which will bring your Idea to literally thousands of impulse buyers. If you are interested In becoming a kiosk tenant call: Central Park MaU (513) 844 323d We ieaery* Ute licht to select participants on the basta of merchandise criteria This offer should not be construed ae a partnership or joint venture nor can we guarantee the profitability of your operation. OPIEX BINOCULARS Southern Precision Instruments 1 / 2 P R I C E S A L E Model 135 10 x 50 wide angle Reg. Ret. $67.50 Sale *33” Rogue Ut IN 35 W. Courtyard Shopping Conter 629-1775 Model 111 7x35 Reg. Ret. $47.00 Sale *23“ Doc’s Qui IIH N. Walnut 629-1731 ( 11 Kl si I ll Dodge Dodge Plymouth 547 S. Seguin NEW BRAUNFELS 625.34|3 Dodge D150 LWB Silver/Red I Royal SE. V-8, AT, PS. PB. A/C Stereo. Camper 5,000 miles 15 year 50,000 mile warranty 1979 Ford Super Cab LWB Blue [V-8, AT, PS PB, A/C, Stereo, Clean 1982 Isuzu P/U Diesel 5 Speed trans A/C, 17,000 miles 1983 Dodge Ramcharger 2WD Silver I V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C, AM/FM Cassette, Chrome Wheel, | Super Clean 1982 Chrysler Lebaron 4 Dr. Yellow 14 Cyl, AT PS, BP, A/C. Stereo, Vinyl Top, Super Nice 1981 Mere. Lynx Wagon Grey 14 Cyl, AT, PS, PB, A/C, AM/FM Cassette [Transportation Special 1979 Chev. Canette 4 Dr., Tan 14 Cyl, AT, PsSvVA/C 1983 Chev. Monte Carlo, White/White | V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, stereo, Power Window, Locks, Low Mileage 1982 Chrysler St* Ave., Charcoal. Leather Int. | V-8, AT, PS,    ilt,    Cruise,    Stereo,    Power    Windows, Seat, Lock, Wi<5 ,y/C, Super Sharp 1982 Chrysler Cordoba, Blue/White V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Stereo, Bucket Seats, Low Mileage 1982 Olds 98 Regency 4 Dr., White/White Blue Cloth Int. 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