New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 21, 1985, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 8A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Sunday April 21,1985 Rangers, Noles stop BrewersBriefly By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS MILWAUKEE - Dickie Noles won his first game as a starter for the Texas Rangers by limiting Milwaukee to one hit over seven innings, and the Rangers beat the Brewers 5-1 Saturday. Noles and Brewers starter Moose Haas were locked in a duel through the first six innings. Haas retired the first nine batters he faced before Toby Harrah singled in the fourth inning. Noles retired the first eight batters he faced before Brian Giles was safe on a infield hit in the third. Buddy Bell tripled to open the seventh inning for the Rangers, and he scored on Pete O’Brien’s ground out to shortstop. After Cliff Johnson and George Wright ripped consecutive singles, Don Slaught hit a ground ball that third baseman Paul Molitor could not field for one error. Wayne Tolleson, who was running for Johnson, scored, and Wright raced home when left-fielder Robin Yount bobbled the ball on the same play. Astros 8 Braves 1 ATLANTA — Craig Reynolds belted a solo home run and Jose Cruz a three-run double and run-scoring single as Houston downed Atlanta. Joe Niekro, 1-2, no-hit the Braves through the first five innings before Ken Oberkfell opened the sixth with a single to left. Niekro, who allowed two hits, Bowling Here are standings and results from Comal Bowl: Business Women’s League: (April 17) I. Newcomers. 2. Triple Trio. 3. SOBs. High series: Judy Dailey, 481. High game: Judy Dailey, 195. Wednesday Morning Kaffee Klatsch: (April 17) I. (tie) Louise’s Beauty Salon, Patchwork. 2. The Early Birds. 3. Comal Bowl. High series: Darlene Bischoff, 535. High game : Annette Gass, 199. Thursday Night Ladies: (April 18) I. Comal Distributing. 2. Bill's Beer Depot. 3. Conroy. High series: Doris Scoreboard On the airAmerican League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Detroit............... 7    2    .778    — Toronto .............. 7    4    .636 Milwaukee........... 5    4    556 New York............. 5    4    .556 Boston............... 6    5    .545 Baltimore............. 5    5    .500 Cleveland............. 3    7    .300 West Division Oakland.............. 7    4    636 Seattle............. 7    4    .636 California ............. 6    5    .545 Chicago............. 4    5    444 Kansas City ........... 4    6    .400 Texas ............. 3    7    .300 Minnesota ............2    9    .182 Saturday’s Games Detroit 4, Kansas City 3 Boston 12, Chicago 8 Toronto 3. Baltimore 2 1 2 2 2 2% 4 Vi 1 2 2% 3 Vi 5 walked five and struck out one, was lifted with nobody out in the seventh when the Braves loaded the bases on third baseman Denny Walling’s fielding error, a walk to Chris Chambliss and a pop-fly single by Rick Cerone. Reliever Frank DiPino, who gained his second save, got pinch-hitter Gerald Perry to ground into a double play, with Bob Horner scoring from third.Expos 4 Cubs 0 MONTREAL — Bill Gullickson limited Chicago to two hits over seven innings, and Andre Dawson hit a solo homer as Montreal defeated New York 5, Cleveland 2 Texas 5, Milwaukee 1 Seattle 3. California 2 Oakland 6. Minnesota 2 Today’s Gamas Kansas City (Jackson I -0) at Detroit Wilcox (0- 0) Baltimore (DMartinez 0-11 at Toronto (Key 0-1 > Cleveland (Ruhle 1-1) at New York (Whitson 0- 1) Boston (Clemens I -I) at Chicago dollar 0-1) Texas (Mason I I) at Milwaukee (Burris 1-1) Seattle (Beanie 0-0) at California (Zahn 1 -0) Minnesota (Butcher 0-0) at Oakland (Young 0-1)National League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct. OB New York............. 8    2    .800    - Chicago.............. 7    3    .700    1 Montreal..............6    4    -600    2 St. Louis.............. 4    6    .400    4 Pittsburgh ............ 3    7    .399    5 Chicago for its fourth straight victory. Until Ron Cey’s leadoff single in the eighth, the only hit off Gullickson, 2-1, was a third-inning single by Steve Lake. Jeff Reardon got the final six outs without allowing a hit for his third save.Tigers 4 Royals 3 DETROIT - Lou Whitaker hit a bases-loaded single to cap a ninth-inning rally as Detroit edged Kansas City. With Detroit trailing 3-2 in the ninth, John Grubb singled and Jim Weaver ran for him. Then Darrell Evans singled as Tom Brookens ran Philadelphia........... 2    8    .200    6 West Division Cincinnati............. 7    4    .636    — San Diego ............ 5    4    .556    1 Los Angeles........... 6    5    .545    1 Atlanta............... 5    5    .500    1    Vt Houston.............. 5    6    .455    2 San Francisco.......... 3    7    300    3    Vi Saturday's Gamas Philadelphia 7, New York 6 Montreal 4, Chicago 0 Cincinnati 2, San F rancisco I Houston 8, Atlanta 1 St. Louis 4, Pittsburgh 3 Los Angeles at San Diego, (n) Today's Games Chicago (Eckersley 0-1) at Montreal (Palmer 0-1) New York (Darling OO at Philadelphia (Koosman 0-0) Houston (Knapper 0-0) at Atlanta (Barker 0-0) San Francisco (Hammaker O I) at Cincinnati (Browning 1 -0) Pittsburgh (DeLeon 0-1) at St. Louis (Forsch 1 -0) Los Angeles (Hershiser 1-0) at San Diego (Hawkins 2-0) for him. One out later, Chet Lemon singled Weaver home and Royals reliever Dan Quisenberry, 0-2, walked Chris Pittaro to load the bases. Whitaker then singled in Brookens.Phillies 7 Mots 6 PHILADELPHIA — Jeff Stone drove in five runs with two homers and a single as Philadelphia ended a five-game losing streak with a victory over New York. Right-hander John Denny, 1-1, allowed eight hits, struck out three and got one inning of relief from Larry Andersen, who ended a Mets ninth-inning threat. Fox, 594. High game: Charlene Scheel, 225. TGIF: (April 12) I. Walt’s Brake Shop. 2. Realty World. 3. MM Carpet. High series:    women, Betty Eickenhorst, 578; men, Paul Wright, 688. High game: women, Betty Eickenhorst, 223; men, Paul Wright, 257. City Ten Pin: (April 15) I. Hoffmann Floors. 2. Stroh’s Beer. 3. luanda Pharmacy. High series: Bobby Biome, 592. High game: Bobby Biome, 228. Monday Morning Coffee: (April 15) I. C-Saws. 2. Gells. 3. Bottoms Up. High series: Margie Aaron, 456. High game: Nancy Howard, 180. Ball and Chain Mixed: (April 17) I. Braunfels Sporting Goods. 2. The Car lx)t. 3. AA Mini Storage. High series: men, Gene Wickenski, 632; women, Doris Fox, 612. High game: men, Paul Howard and Rick Beck, 235; women, Doris Fox, 223. Friday Night Owls: (April 12) I. T-Shirts Etc. 2. Hairdos by Lois. 3. (tie) Tom’s Exxon, Geneva’s Bottle Shop. High series: men, Paul Wright, 628; SUNDAY TELEVISION Noon — Basketball:    Washington at Philadelphia KENS Noon — Auto racing NASCAR Northwestern Bank 400, ESPN '    12 30 p.m. — Baseball: Chicago at Montreal WGN 105 p m Baseball Houston at Atlanta. WTBS 1 30 p m. — Baseball Texas at Milwaukee KMOL 1:30 pm. - Football: Tampa Bay at Bu mmgham, KSAT 2 30 p m. - Golf Sea Pines Heritage Classic, KENS 3 pm — Tennis WTA Women s CHam pionshtp. ESPN 4 35 pm - Basketball Utah at Houston. WTBS * 7 05 p m - Basketball: New Jersey at Detroit, WTBS 6 05 pm — Hockey: New York Islanders at Philadelphia, USA 7 p m - Baseball LSU at Mississippi State, ESPN Track results District 17-4A boys Team totals Kerrville Tivy 162, New Braunfels 149, Fredericksburg 68. Canyon 45, Lockhart 43. Hays 35 High jump: 1 M Johnson, Tivy. 6 4 2 Warlick. Hays, 6 3; 3 Glover, Fredericksburg, 62 4 Banks, Canyon, 6 2, 5 Brett Fey, NB, 6 0; 6 John Bryan, NB, 6-0 Long jump: 1 M Johnson, Tivy, 22 3Vi 2 Stephen Millett, NB 21 ll; 3 Kenan Ikels, NB, 21 9’Ai 5 Ben Garcia. Canyon, 21 I, 6 David Delemos. NB, 20-8 V* Pole vault I Kenan Ikels. NB, 14 0, 2 Patch, Hays. 13T); 3 John Bryan NB 12 6,4 aiel Curtis Johnson, Canyon, and Castillo Hays, 11 6; 6 Keith Smith, Canyon, 11 -6 Shot put: 1. Do longer, Fredericksburg, 56 8. 2 Crenweige Fredericksburg. 54 4 1 4 . 3. Kraig Krause, NB, 53 5 3-4; 6 Mike Sullivan, NB 49 6 Discus: I. Freedle, Tivy, 1651, 2. Ransieben, Fredericksburg, 162 6;    3 Strickland. Fredericksburg, 159 6, 4 Brett Fey, NB, 159 4 6 Kraig Krause. NB, 1484 3,200 I Mike Payne, NB, 10 1 2 64. 2 Hector Hernandez, NB, 10 23 54, 3 Abel, Tivy, IO 23 85, 6 Efren Maldonado. NB, 11 OO 18 400 relay 1 New Braunfels. 43 27; 2 Tivy, 44 74, 3 Fredericksburg 44 79 800 I Dunn, Hays, 1 53 14. 2 Bowers, Tivy, 1 59 42, 3 Grizzle, Hays. 2 03 19 4 Danny Dorman, NB, 2:04 82, 6 Marty Espinosa NB 208 14 110 hurdles 1 Williams, Lockhart, 15.27; 2 McCoy, Tivy. 15 32; 3 Alexander, Tivy, 16 33, 4 Robert Houde NB 15 80 IOO: I David DeLemos. NB, 10 99, 2 Johnson, Tivy, 11 03 3 Davis Tivy, 11 04 4 Stephen Millett NB ll 13. 5 Gilbert Natal Canyon 11 60 6 Kody Smith Canyon 11 62 400 1 Thompson, Lockhart. 50 64, 2 White, Tivy. 50 94 3 Ben Garcia. Canyon, 50 95, 4 Brian Row, Canyon, 51 50 300 hurdles I Williams, Lockhart, 40 71, 2 Randy Long, NB 41 13, 3 Feuge, Fredericksburg, 41 23, 4 Wade Jankowski, Canyon, 41 41    5 Kevin Walker, NB, 42 27. 200 I Davis. Tivy, 22 39, 2 Stephen Millett, NB, 22 42 3 David DeLemos, NB. 22 68, 5 Albert Natal. Canyon, 22 99 1.600 I Mike Payne, NB. 4 38 42 2 Bill Tivy, 4 46 41; 3. Conditt, Tivy, 4 52 40 4 Danny Dorman NB 4 53 12; 6 Efren Maldonado. NB 50301 1.600 relay I Tivy. 3 21 10; 2 Canyon 3 21 83; 3. Hays: 4 Fredericksburg. 5 Lockhart; 6 New Braunfels Junior varsity totals Fredericksburg 175, Lockhart 114, New Braunfels 100, Canyon 84, Hays 34. Tivy 12 Distrct 17-4A girls Team totals Fredericksburg 156. Kerrville Tivy 145, Hays 79, Lockhart 78, Canyon 54, New Braunfels 47 High jump: I Shank, Tivy, 4-11; 2, Chapa. Hays, 4 IO; 3 Grabakewitz, Lockhart, 4 8 Long jump I Knopp. Fredericksburg, 17 8, 2 Howell, Hays, 16 8 14, 3 Chatin, NB, 16-2 W Shot put: I Trevino, Tivy, 39-4; 2 Lisa McKinnis. NB, 37-8: 3 Robertson, Lockhart, 37 I; 4 Donna Winkler, NB, 32 11 34 Discus 1 Trevino, Tivy. 130-0: 2 Robertson, Lockhart, 127 IO; 3 Clark, Fredericksburg, 123 3 Triple jump: I Knopp, Fredericksburg, 38 7 1 4. I Howell, Hays, 3510; 3 Klein, Fredericksburg. 35 5 34 5 Jana Chafm, NB 32 9 34 3,200: I Feller, Fredericksburg. 12:13 27. 2 Bernhard. Fredericksburg, 12 37 64 400 relay I. Lockhart, 51 12; 2 Tivy, 51.75; 3 Hays, 51 92, 4 Canyon, 53 99, 5. New Braunfels, 54 36 800: I. Rode, Fredericksburg, 2 22.25; 2 Nancy Tieken, Canyon, 2 26 28. 3 Lewis, Tivy, 2 30 49, 6 LaRae Fischer, NB, 2 36 79 100 hurdles I Howell, Hays, 15 29, 2. Klein, Fredericksburg, 15 32,    3 Tara Cappleman, Canyon, 16 69 100 1 Hicks. Tivy, 12 80, 2 Taylor, Lockhart, 12 82, 3 Hill, Lockhart, 13 33; 4 Jana Chafm, NB, 1344 800 relay: 1 Fredericksburg, 1:50 20, 2 Tivy, 1:52 41; 3 Hays, 1 52 88 5 Canyon, 1:56 43, 6 New Braunfels, 1 59 49 400 1 Mills, Tivy, 60 58, 2 Virginia Hildebrand, NB, 62 36; 3 Tovar, Tivy, 62 59; 5 Dorothy Garcia, Canyon, 65 30 200 I Hicks, Tivy, 27 52, 2 Emily May. Canyon. 28 28 3 Howland, Lockhart, 28 36 4 Melissa Garza NB. 29 02; 6 Renata Rmtmann. Canyon.29 25 1 600 1 Feller Fredericksburg, 5 3113. 2 Rode, Fredericksburg, 5 34 89    3    Bernhard. Fredericksburg. 5 45 64 1,600 relay 1 Fredencskburg. 4 09 47; 2 Canyon 4 1205    3 Tivy, 4 13 29: 5 New Braunfels 4 26 16 JV team totals New Braunfels 174, Fredericksburg 158 Hays 89. Tivy 16. Lockhart 6 District 27-3A girls Team totals Boerne 193, Cola 106, Smithson Valley 97. Bandera 79. Floresville 57. Southside 16 Shot put I Tyrance, Cola, 39 IO; 2 Clements, Bandera 384 3 Dromgooie Southside. 37S; 6 Becky Dally, Smithson Valley, 30 3 Discus 1 Dromgooie. Southside, 1234. 2 Clements, Bandera. 106-11. 3 Tyrance, Cola, 105 4 Triple jump I Clements. Bandera 35 5. 2 Ketchum, Boerne, 351; 3 Shalynn McCoy. Smithson Valley, 354) Long jump I Ketchum, Boerne, 16 9, 2 Bayer Floresville. 16-6'4. 3 Clements. Bandera 16 5. Kim Wagner Smithson Valley. 15-7W . high jump 1 Kieke. Floresville, 54, 2 Weiss Boerne, 5 2. 3 Myles, Cole, 5-0. 6 Leslie McCoy. Smithson Valley, 4-8 3.200 run: 1 Carolyn Rice, Smithson Valley. 12 12 76. 2 Livingston, Boerne. 12:49 54, 3 Pavlas, Boerne, 13 46 80 100 hurdles I Kim Wagner. Smithson Valley 15.93, 2 Jones. Boerne, 16 26. 3. Nwtanhoafer. Boerne, 16 49 400 relay 1. Cole. 50.71; 2 Boerne 51 20; 3 Floresville, 52.27, 5 Smithson Valley, 53 04 100 dash Bayer. Floresville, 12.78; 2 Tammy Wilcut, Smithson Valley. 1285, Ketchum, Boerne. 13 03 800 run: Uecker, Boerne. 2:32 71; 2 Elkins. Bandera. 2:34 42. 3 Gonzales, Cole, 2 34 42. Kim Mocked, Smithson Valley, 2 45.02 400 dash 1 Kim Huntsucker, Smithson Valley, 59 40; 2 Shalynn McCoy. Smithson Valley, 60 84, 3 Lathrop. Boerne. 61 75 6 Cheryl Parker, The Sentry motorcycle helmet. Ahead of its time. State-of-the-art protection for only $39.95 ) (up to $150 OO value) Because your safety is important, Dairyland County Mutual is making this great helmet otter The Sentry is aerodynamically designed in tough polycarbonate for minimal wind resistance Plus you have an optically perfect shield and plush comfort liner The helmet meets or exceeds’ali Department of Transportation safety standards To learn more about this valuable offer just call us today And ask about Dairyland s affordable, flexible motorcycle insurance coverage WITTING & MILLER, INC. 299 W. San Antonio Now Braunfels, Texas 71130 (512) 625-3000 Frank Witting Doug Miller CONGRATULATIONS to Ken Wood! COMAL BOWL pleased to announce that ive have leased i    our PRO SHOP to Ken. Effective April 15, 1985. Ken brings you many years of Bowling experience and is eager to serve you! Hour*: M-F 4 p.m. - IO p.m. Sat. IO a.m. - 4 p.m. Sun. - Closed COMAL Hlway Bl W. •ut:.,.....Yankees 5 Indians 2 NEW YORK — Mike Pagliarulo’s bases-clearing double capped a four-run first, and New York held on to defeat Cleveland. Pagliarulo’s double off Jose Roman, 0-2, made a winner of Phil Niekro, 2-1. Bob Shirley relieved in the sixth, and Dave Righetti pitched the ninth for his fourth save.Reds 2 Giants 1 CINCINNATI — Eddie Milner led off the Cincinnati ninth with a double and raced home with the winning run on pitcher Frank Williams' error to give the Reds a victory over San Francisco. Mario Soto, 3-1, fanned ll in his second complete game, leading the Reds to their sixth consecutive victory.A's 6 Twins 2 OAKLAND, Calif. — Mike Davis hit his fifth homer for his 16th RBI in ll games as the A’s won their sixth straight, downing Minnesota.Red Sox 12 White Sox 8 CHICAGO - Marty Barrett hit his first career grand slam, in the ninth inning, and Tony Annas drove in three runs as Boston pounded out four homers to beat Chicago.Ryder, Durbin win dart tournament David Ryder and Neal Durbin took first place in the New Braunfels Dart Organization’s tournament held at Under Pass Saloon on Thursday. The team of Rooster Marshall and Jannean Marshall took second place with Goose Thomas and Dwayne Wiley taking third. Durbin had the high score with 140 points, while Jannean Marshall had the high women’s score with 102. The organization will hold a tournament at Jackhammers on Tuesday night.Kayak lessons to begin May 14 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring kayak lessons at the Spring-Fed Pool. Instructions will cover strokes, safety procedures and escape techniques. Rolling lessons will also be offered involving the technique of the Eskimo roll. Basic kayaking is $15 per peson, rolling lessons is $7 per person. The first of four sessions will be May 14-15 from 7-9 p.m. Marlene Angle and Alan Sawyer from Down Side Up are the instructors.Recreation Center to be closed 10 days The luanda Recreation Center will be closed from May 3 to May 12. The Center will reopen May 13. The Recreation staff will be at the Parks and Recreation Department office on those days. women, Lois Dreibrodt, 541. High game: men, Wayne Stadler, 237; women, Lois Dreibrodt, 209. Comal Ladies Monday Afternoon; (April 15) I. Texas Commerce Bank. 2. Arby’s. 3. Schlitz Beer. High series: Louise Harborth, 516. High game: Eve Fricke, 182. Sunday Night Mixed: (April 14) 1. Toilet Bowlers. 2. Curtis Mathes. 3. Pretenders. High series: men, Paul Wright, 600; women, Vicki Hough, 525. High game: men. Paul Wright, 246; women. Agnes Keams, 196. si Smithson Valley 66 20 800 relay I Boerne I 46 54 2 Coit. I 46 60 3 Bandera 1 51 60    4 Smithton Valley    I 54 06 200 dash Baldwin. Cole. 26 51    2 Allen Boerne, 26 52. 3    Meyer. Boerne    27 91    6 Wendy Gentry, Smithson Valley 28 62 1.600 run Carolyn Rice Smithton Valley 5 42 2 Eckhardt. Boerne 5 51.3 Gonzales Cole 6 03 1.600 relay I    Boerne 4 06 2    Smithton Valley. 4 09 3 Cole 4 18 District 27-3A boys Team totals Boerne 127, Smithton Valley 110. Floresville 108. Cole 80 Bandera 77. Southside 27. Shot put' 1 Sekule. Floresville 53 5. 2 Horan Boerne. 49 9. 3 Jungmann, Boerne 48 8 4 Diron Wunderlich. Smithton Valley 45 6 6 Chut Gentry, Smithson Valley 44 11 'n Discus 1. Horen. Boerne 142 8 2 Rodriguez Floresville 137 11. Key Bandera 132 10 Long jump I Cavaliero, Cole 201. 2 Grey Mosier Smithton Valley. 19 6    3 Chavez Southside, 19-5 Role vault I Bippert. Floresville 12 0 2 Shutter Boerne 1145, 3 Trenketbeck Bandera ll* 3,200 run I Albert Floresville IO 36 34 2 Vatbmder, Floresville. 10 49 68    3    James Kuehler. Smithton Valley. 11 00 62. 6 Abel Ubalie, Smithson Valley. 11 14 83 11O hurdles 1 Scott Balmot Smithton Valley 1542. 2 Walford, Boerne 15 50 3 Shody Hen shaw, Smithton Valley 15 85    4 Alan Eckhardt, Smithton Valley, 16 OO 400 relay I Cole, 45 09. 2 Bandera 45 35 3 Boerne. 45 63.4 Smithson Valley 45 74 100 dash Mathews. Bandera. 11 32, 2 Willoughby, Cole. 11 34 3 Trevino. Floresville ll 60 800 run I Eutemio Togo. Smithson Valley, 2:03 03. 2 Silva, Floresville. 2 04 71. 3 Gutrerez Southside. 2 06 36 4 Bret Trullender Smithton Valley. 2 07 70 400 dash I Ybarra, Boerne 52 08    2 Cavaliero. Cole, 52 78. 3 Dillon. Cole, 53 31 4 Mike Bankston, Smithson Valley 54 20. 5 Grey Mosier. Smithson Valley, 54 93 Every price tag says ^ “SAYINGS"! Group 24 40 month battery Motorcraft Tested-Tough Battery AUTOMATIC TRANSMISSION SERVICE Includes band adjustment, screen cleaning, adjustment of manual and throttle linkage, includes replacement of fluid and gasket Ford-built vehicles only Does not apply to vehicles equipped with automatic overdrive or transaxles TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE AS DESCRIBED 49.99 Am,    At    ne    lo**    eat,* MOTORCRAFT OIL and OIL FILTER SPECIAL Includes up to 5 quarts of Motorcraft oil, Motorcraft oil filter and installation. Diesel equipped vehicles slightly higher .1.    *. ku. a0 Repair Order N< TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE-PARTS and LABOR $12.99 + tax 625-6263 FRONT END ALIGNMENT SPECIAL Check and adjust caster, camber and toe-in. Passenger cars only. (Vehicles equipped with MacPherson strut suspension include toe-in adjustment only.) TOTAL SPECIAL PRICE AS DESCRIBED $19.99 / yyy /-/ y / /-rf je u    ( BLUEBONNET 31S N. Seguin New Breunfels, Tx N 625-8011 I I NC OI N Offer expires April ;

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