New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 26, 1985, Page 9

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April 26, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas SportsWorld Tigers slip into second Eaton heads teamBrieflyKayak 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. You may register or obtain more information at the Landa Recreation Center (629-6196) or at the Parks and Recreation Department office <625-5818).Recreation Center to be closed IO days The Landa Recreation Center will be closed from May 3 to May 12. The Recreation staff will be at the Parks and Recreation Department office on those days. A floor will be installed in the center during this time period.Volleyball meetings set for May 14 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will hold an organizational meeting for all summer volleyball teams May 14 at 6 p.m. at the luanda Recreation Center. Registration for the women’s A league will be May 20-24 and women’s B and C will be May 27-31. The entry fee is $15 for the sponsor fee and $1 per player. For more information. call the rec center, 629-61%. from I p.m. to 8 p m. Monday through Friday.Summer basketball meeting set An organizational meeting for the men’s summer basketball league will be May 14 at 7 p.m. at the Landa Recreation Center. Registration will be May 27-31, and the registration is $150 per team and $5 per player. The league is sponsored by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation IX*partment. For more information, call the luanda Recreation Center, 629-61%. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The American League East couldn’t say this at any time during 1984 but they’re sure to like the sound — the ... second... place ... Detroit... Tigers. It wasn’t easy, but the Tigers, who owned at least a share of first place every day en route to the 1984 world championship and so far this year, as well, managed to blow a 7-1 lead in the last two innings Thursday night and lose to the Milwaukee Brewers 11-7. That dropped Detroit into a second-place tie with Milwaukee, one-half game behind the Baltimore Orioles, who trounced the Cleveland Indians 7-1. “We were due one,” said Detroit Manager Sparky Anderson. “It’s the first time we’ve been beaten in the ninth inning in a long time. I won't forget this one right away. I imagine I’ll think about it for awhile. Scoring IO runs in two innings I’m sure is going to give the Brewers a boost.” Milwaukee hammered starter Milt Wilcox and relief ace Willie Hernandez for five runs in the eighth inning and jumped on Bill Scherrer with two out in the ninth on Paul Molitor’s game-tying solo homer and Ted Simmons’ first AL grand slam. The setback was Detroit’s sixth in the last eight games after a 6-0 start. Last year, the Tigers didn’t lose for the sixth time until their 41st game.Braves 3 Astros 2 A throwing error by shortstop Dickie Thon allowed the tie-breaking run to score and Terry Harper’s run-scoring single capped a two-run 10th inning, leading Atlanta over Houston. Brad Komminsk scored from first base on an infield single by Dale Murphy and an error by Thon. snapping a 1-1 tie. Harper, pinch hitting for winning pitcher Zane Smith, 2-1, then singled in Murphy for a 3-1 Atlanta lead.Yankees 5 Red Sox 1 Phil Niekro, New York’s 46-year-old knuckleballer, scattered five singles and struck out nine in 7 2-3 innings as the Yankees defeated Boston for the first time in six meetings this season. The Yankees scored twice to take a 3-1 lead in the bottom of the third onAmerican League By Th* Associated Press East Division VV L Baltimore.............9    6 Detroit ‘.........8    6 Milwaukee    8    6 Boston...............8    7 Toronto ..............8    7 New York    6    7 Cleveland.............6    9 West Division Oakland..............9    7 California ............9    7 Kansas City ...........7    7 Chicago..............6    7 Minnesota ............7    9 Seattle...............7    9 Texas................5    9 Thursday's Games Baltimore 7, Cleveland I New York 5, Boston 1 Milwaukee 11. Detroit 7 Minnesota 5, Oakland 4 California 3, Seattle 0 Today s Games Kansas City (Gubicza 0-0) at Boston (Clemens 12), in) Cleveland (Ruhle 1-1) at Baltimore (D Martinez 1-1). In) New York (Whitson 0-2) at Chicago (Seaver 1 0). In) Detroit (Morris 2 2) at Milwaukee (Burris 1-2), In) Oakland IC Young 0-2) at Minnesota (Schrom 0 21, In) Toronto (Key 0-2) at Texas (Notes 1 11, (n) California (Zahn 20 at Seattle Beattie 01), (n> Saturday s Games Kansas City at Boston New York at Chicago Oakland at Minnesota Detroit at Milwaukee Cleveland at Baltimore, In) Toronto at Texas, In) California at Seattle (n) Rice dropped Griffey’s long fly ball with two runners aboard for a three-base error.Twins 5 Athletics 4 Kirby Puckett greeted newly acquired Oakland reliever Tom Tellmann with a game-winning single with one out rn the bottom of the ninth inning. Greg Gagne drew a leadoff walk from Keith Atherton and was forced at second on Tim Teufel’s attempted sacrifice. Randy Bush batted for Tim Laudner and Tim Conroy relieved Atherton, bringing on Dave Engle to bat for Bush.Angels 3 Mariners 0 Mike Witt, who pitched a perfect game on the final day of the 1984 season, pitched a three-hitter for his first 1985 victory and Bobby Gnch homered as California handed Seattle its fifth consecutive setback and ninth in the last IO games after aNational League By The Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Chicago ____10 4 714 - New York . 9 5 643 I Montreal 9 6 600 I Vi St. Louis .....7 8 467 3M> Philadelphia ...... 10 286 6 Pittsburgh ....... West Division 10 286 6 Los Angeles ____10 7 588 - Cincinnati 9 7 563 Vt San Diego 8 7 533 I Houston....... 8 8 500 1% Atlanta 8 467 2 San Francisco..... 10 333 4 Thursday's Games Montreal 4, St. Louis 2 San Francisco 7, Cincinnati 3 Atlanta 3, Houston 2.10 innings Los Angeles 6, San Diego 3 Today's Gamas St Louis (Forsch 2-0) at Montreal (Palmer 0-2) Pittsburgh (DeLeon 0 2) at New York (Darling 0-0), (n) Chicago (Eckersley 2-1) at Philadelphia (Koosman 0-01, In) Atlanta (Bedrosian 0 2) at Houston (Knepper 1 0), In) San Diego (Dravecky OD at Los Angeles (Hershiser 2-0), (n) Cincinnati (Tibbs 0 3) at San Francisco (Hammaker 0 2), (n) Saturday s Gamas St. Louis at Montreal Pittsburgh at New York Cincinnati at San Francisco Chicago at Philadelphia In) Atlanta at Houston, (n) San Diego at Los Angeles in)Dodgers 6 Padres 3 Rick Honeycutt earned his first victory of the season, scattering four hits in eight innings, and Mike Marshall and Mike Scioscia drove in two runs apiece to key the Dodger win.Expos 4 Cardinals 2 Andre Dawson drove in two runs, one of them with a homer that triggered a two-run fourth inning, to lead Montreal over St. Louis.Giants 7 Reds 3 Chili Davis drove in four runs with two homers and a sacrifice fly and Jose Uribe scored the go-ahead run from second on an error by first baseman Pete Rose as San Francisco beat Cincinnati.Orioles 7 Indians 1 Rookie Ken Dixon pitched a three-hitter for his first major-league victory. NEW YORK (AP) - Mark Eaton, the record-setting shot-blocking center for the Utah Jazz, heads the 1985 National Basketball Association All-Defensive team selected by the league’s 23 coaches. The 7-foot-4 Eaton, who established an NBA mark of 456 blocked shots, was joined on the first* team by guards Sidney Moncrief of Milwaukee and Maurice Cheeks of Philadelphia, and forwards Paul Pressey of Milwaukee and Michael Cooper of the Los Angeles Lakers. NEW YORK (AP) - Edward Markowitz, a part owner of the National Hockey League’s Washington Capitals, pleaded guilty to participating in a massive tax fraud and to evading tax on more than $1 million of his own income. Markowitz, 35, pleaded guilty to conspiracy and tax evasion, each of The Mid-Cities Youth Soccer Association will hold a soccer skills competition on May 11-12 for players registered in B, C, D, and E divisions during the fall season. The competition will be held at the HEB Complex in New Braunfels. There will be four events: dribbling, juggling, distance and accuracy kicking and a goalie-striker competition. Each player will be eligible for which carries up to five years In prison, and to two counts of helping to prepare false tax returns, which carries a three-year maximum term PRAGUE, Czechoslovakia (AP) -Mikhail Varnakov, Andre Khomutov, Viacheslav Fetisov and Alexei Gusarov scored in a span of 4:37 toward the end of the first period and the Soviet Union rolled on to t 9-1 victory over Canada in the World Hockey Championship. Czechoslovakia defeated Sweden 7-2 earlier in the day, which guaranteed Canada a spot in the medal round along with the Soviets, the United States and Czechoslovakia. ATLANTA (AP) — Top-seeded John McEnroe powered his way into the quarterfinals of the $375,000 WCT-Atlanta tennis tournament Thursday night with a 6-1, 7-5 victory over India's Ramesh Krishnan. every event, and the entry fee is $1 per event. No registrations will be accepted on the day of the competition. To enter, send $1 per event and tis the skills to be entered, partner’ name (if entering the the goo de-striker competitor, name, address phone number and division and team from last fall to Jim Mangum CPA 1000 N. Walnut Ave., New Braunfels 78130. The deadline is May I. three consecutive doubles against start. Witt allowed just five Bruce Hurst, adding two runs in the baserunners, walking two and seventh when Boston left fielder Jim striking out five. Soccer Skill-Arama Registration Please enter me in the following skills competition: Skill No. 1, Dribbling______ Skill No. 2, Juggling-- Skill No. 3, Kicking---_ Skill No. 4, Golaie and striker  ............... In No. 4, my partner is  ____ I was registered in the division in the fall and played for the     team. Name ___ Address  ______ Phone ____ Mail to Jim Mangum, CPA, 1000 N. Walnut No. B, New Braunfels, 78130, with $1 per event per person being registered. Registrations must be in by May 1 Pct. GB 600 - 571 571 533 I 533    1 462    2 .400    3 .563    - 562    - .500 I 462    1    % 438    2 438    2 357    3 Soccer competition to be heldScoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION Track Regional q jaktier* meet* PoyverNttmg Suite meet. Austin 7pm Wrestling USA 7 pm Baseball Chicago at Philadelphia WGN 8pm - Boeing USA 8pm Football Memphis st Denver ESPN 9pm Basketball NBA playoff WTBS SATURDAY TELEVISION Noon Tennis WCT Atlanta Championship ESPN Noon Basketball NBA Playoff* WTBS 12 15 - Baseball N Y Yankees at Chicago White So* KMOL 2 20 p rn Tennis Tournament of Women » Championship singles semifinal* WTBS 2 30 p rn Basketball NBA Playoff* KENS ] pm Guff legends of Golf. third round KMOL 6 pm Baseball Chicago Cubs at Philadelphia WGN 6 30 p rn Hockey NHL Playoffs, USA 7pm - Football Arizona at Oakland ESPN 7 35 p rn Baseball Atlanta at Houston WTBS SV stats Here ere the Kinetics tor Smithton Valier » District 27 3A baseball gemee Hitting Player    AB    M    Avg    2B    38    HR    R    RBI Rey Reyae    22    13 Chm Senors* 15    8 Aaron Smith 6 Jerry Date    4 Paul Pharm 18 Steve Gottardy 16 Abel Ubase 12 Wayne Wagner 6 T Heydman IO WCopanhaviei 7 Mike Wilton Rich Russo Bren Rehe Jason Smart Jab Mar qua Total* 13 IO 2 . 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Smithson Valley 3 HO) Tulsa i Ranger si Jackson Mete) Ai kansas i Car dei Shreveport iGiantei Western Division Sen Antonio (Dodgers El Paso (Brewers) Beaumont i Padres) Midland lAngeisl Thursday s Gamas El Paso 11. Beaumont IO Midland at San Antonio ppd ram Tulsa 4 Aik ansae 3 Jackson 6 Shreveport I Today s Games Beaumont at El Paso Midland at San Antonio Tutee at Arkansas Jackson at Shreveport L Pct 4    733 538    3 9    400 333 571 588 467 375 GB NBA box Mavericks Trail Blazers DALLAS (113) Aguirre 1523 9 IO 39 Ellis 2 2 I 2 6 Perkins 5 1311 13 21. Blackman 2 13 13 14 17 Davis 2 54 4 9 Bryant 0-02 2 2 Harper 36 4 5 10. 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Portland 40 (Carr 10) Ai-,,st* Dallas 24 (Davis 8i Portland 30 Valentine 9t Total tools Dallas 27 Portland 37 A 12.666 Jacksonville    4 Memphis    4 Orlando    2 5 0 5 0 7 0 WESTERN CONFERENCE Oenver Houston Oakland Arizona San Antonio Portland Los Angeles 444 221    235 444    171    188 222    154    242 667 229    166 667 278    198 611 219 200 444    178    178 333 131    188 333 135 202 222    148    232 USFL By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Birmingham New Jersey Tampa Bay Baltimore W 7 6 6 4 Pct    PF    PA 778    225    153 667    227    206 667    236    200 500    162    126 Today s Game Memphis at Denver Saturday 's Games Arizona at Oakland Portland at Los Angeles Sunday • Games Baltimore at Tampa Bay Birmingham at Jacksonville Houston at San Antonio Monday s Game Orlando at New Jersey IMO VW BUS air conditioned, 5-speed, 7 passenger.... $5295 1M4 OLDSMOBILE CUTLASS SUPREME Automatic, Air Conditioned, Tilt..........................SS,595 IMA MUSTANG AM/FM, Automatic, Air Conditioned, 6 Cylinder..................................$6,995 1t7l MERCURY ZYPHER 4 Speed, Air Conditioned, Power Steering, Power Brakes 8 Cylinder .  .........$2795 IMI FAIRMONT STATION WAGON AM/FM. 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