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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Fastest field faces buffets at Indy 500 All qualifiers top 200 mph INDIANAPOLIS AP The speed alone is frightening 33 cars traveling well above 200 mph around a concretelined track built when air planes flew half that Now imagine people in those buffeted more than ever by turbulent they create the potential for disaster when the fastest field in auto racing history lines up for Sun days 11 CDT engines roaring and people What will it be like out there Say you put on a said threetime winner Johnny I put one hand behind the the other under your Then I Imagine your head in a paint And imagine trying to see when youre being tossed around in paint Thats why every driver out there is going to have to use his head when they drop the green said Mario another of six former winners in the 69th edition of the worlds richest and most important This will be the first Indy race with all 33 starters having qualified at more than 200 The field average of mph was nearly 4 mph faster than the In dianapolis record set last year and more than 3 mph quicker than the previous racing record of set last September at an Indycar event at Michigan In ternational Polewinner Pancho Carter set a fourlap qualifying record of and Scott who will start bet ween Carter and Bobby Rahal in the front established a onelap mark of These speeds are only too fast when you lose it the car or have a said who will be starting his 21st Were all professional drivers with varying amounts of All of us can handle the Above at Indianapolis the start is most That is when the potential for disaster is with all the cars bunched accelerating past the start finish line and funneling into what is virtually a single lane through the first of four narrow lefthand Its going to be a real steady said whose best previous start here was on the outside of the second You want to come up through the gears and keep it not get a whiplash New Braunfels HeiaWZeitung May 9A Indy 806 by starting position Starting i Start position Wins j position Wins Note Missing starting positions have never had a winner from that slot Chicago Tnbuno Source Aulo Hncinq Oigost Rangers shell Boston Cubs nip 54 It isnt that important to me to lead the first If I can I Ill just run my Its the 200th lap I want to not the will start his record 28th consecutive Indy from the outside of the seventh though for the first time in years he is not among the The other former winners are threetime champion Al on the inside of the third and defending champion and twotime winner Rick Mears in the fourth The field also includes six Indianapolis rookies all of them veteran drivers in other They include Raul Boesel of Arie Luyendyk of John Paul Ed Jim Crawford of Scotland and Rich The race will be televised by By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ARLINGTON Oddibe McDowell drove in five runs with a bases loaded triple and two runscoring singles to lead the Texas Rangers to a 103 victory over the Boston Red Sox Saturday playing in his seventh game since his callup last snapped an Ofor17 streak with a triple off the wall in the second inning to stake the Rangers to a 41 He was lfor23 coming into the Mike pitched 6 23 in nings for the walking one and striking out Greg Harris finished up earning his third save of the Al gave up all the Texas runs in 4 13 He walked six and struck out Cubs 5 Astros 4 CHICAGO Davey who earlier made two sensational catches in left drilled a tiebreaking tworun homer in the eighth inning to lead Chicago over With one out in the Ryne Sandberg singled off Houston reliever Mark stole second and scored ahead of Lopes third homer of the season for a 53 Chicago It was the seventh home run of the It was a battle of home run or nothing through the first seven in nings with each team belting three solo shots before a capacity Wrigley Field crowd of Kevin Bass and Jerry Mumphrey homered for the Astros while Steve Lake and Ron Cey connected for 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3 454 9 9 Sheridan drove in all the Kansas City runs as the Royals scored their first ever runs against Tom Seaver and defeated Chicago as Charlie Leibrandt pitched a Expos 3 Giants 1 MONTREAL Dan Schatzeder notched his second straight victory since joining Montreals starting rotation and helped his own cause by driving in the winning run with a secondinning grounder as the Expos downed San Dodgers 6 Mets2 NEW YORK Greg Brock drove in five runs with a pair of homers and Fernando Valenzuela outpitched Dwight Gooden as Los Angeles handed New York Mets their fourth straight Pirates 8 Braves 2 ATLANTA Bill Almon belted the first grand slam of his backing Rick Rhodens sevenhit complete as Pittsburgh handed Atlanta its fifth loss in a Blue Jays 10 Indians CLEVELAND Ranee Mulliniks and Ernie Whitt drove in three runs apiece and Jesse Barfields single snapped a seventhinning tie as Toronto won its sixth consecutive defeating Continued from Page 8A and two But Oscar Segura ripped a single to center and Caddells throw to the plate eluded catcher Dicky Or tega and Gomez and rolled to the i Nichols scored and Segura never slowed When Segura saw the ball get past he headed for But the pitcher found the righted himself and gunned a fastball strike to Tristan for the tag and the third The only thing I was disappointed about on the whole play was that Ricky missed the Garza But that throw to third was the only play we If he gets to the sixth run is in scoring My heart is still Garza was palpitating earlier in the game when Martinez had to leave the game with a sore arm after the first Reliever Alan Walker consistently fell behind the hitters in his inning and a allowing four runs on three hits and three Gomez came into the game with runners at first and second and nobody After a shaky start a misplayed sacrifice bunt and a two run single he settled down to shut out the Yellowjackets until the Gomez hadnt pitched since March a oneinning outing against He had never pitched five Scoreboard innings in a varsity I was nervous at he But Coach Garza told me to just throw strikes and make them hit Gomez originally was a temporary replacement for the coach We were going to come in with Ricky and hope he could shut them Garza We wanted to let Alan come out and rest and get his confidence We really thought wed put Alan back He never But until the it looked like the sophomores efforts were in In the disastrous Cantu led off with a single up the On a 10 pitch to Cantu stole Catcher Jaime Garzas throw flew into center and Cantu went to Nichols throw to third wound up in the and Cantu was sent home by the No disaster right New Braunfels loaded the bases after Cantus but on a 30 pitch Don Duncan misread a sign and bunted back to the He threw out Tristan at the and Tomas Juarez forced Duncan at second to end the In Fridays the difference was Walkers tworun homer in the Caddell doubled home Duncan for the Unicorns final run in the 31 DAVID KING SportsWorld Longhorns whip 94 AUSTIN AP Texas pitching ace Greg Swindell struck out eight batters and walked just one as the 3 Longhorns defeated 10 Oklahoma 94 in the NCAA Central Regional baseball tournament went the retiring the Sooners in order four The sophomore southpaw won a much anticipated duel with Oklahoma starter Bobby Witt who left the game in the eighth after giving up seven runs on eight The broke a 11 tie with a two run seventh inning and put the game out of reach with a fourrun eighth for a 71 Bud Dodd Johnson and Rusty Richards opened the inning with base Richards single knocked in and Witt walked in another run before being relieved by David Johnson walked in another and Robbie Byers scored on a Irwin takes lead in Memorial golf Ohio AP Lanny Wadkins rammed in a 20foot birdie putt on the final surged past Hale Irwin and took a onestroke lead Saturday after the third round of the Memorial golf who put on a birdieeagle burst on the 14th and 15th played the back nine in had a 5underpar 67 for his quickstepping trip around Jack Nicklaus Muirfield Village Golf Club course and completed 54 holes in eightunder sniffling and sneezing from an allergy made his first bogey of the tournament on the eighth added two more on the back and had to work hard to salvage a round of oneover Bill who scored eagle3 on the 15th and birdied the had a round of 71 and is alone in third at Scott captures Jenner meet mile SAN AP Steve the American record used a driving finish to win the mens mile and go under four minutes for the 100th time in his career Saturday in the Bruce Jenner the first meet of the inaugural International Amateur Athletic Federation Mobil Grand Prix track and field The 29yearold Scott was the first American to record 100 subfour minute miles and the second in history after being timed in 3 The only other runner to reach that milestone was 33yearold John Walker of New He did it at New Kirk a junior at the University of tuned up for next weeks NCAA Championships at winning the mens 100 and 200 the meets only double nipped twotime Olympian Harvey Glance by one hundredth of a second in 100 in then took the 200 the event in which he won the Olympic silver medal in well ahead of runnerup Brady Grain Francie Larrieu the 32yearold veteran on the comeback trail after being sidelined with held off Olympic marathon silver medalist Crete Waitz of Norway to win the womens in SMU may recieve strong NCAA sanctions DALLAS AP Southern Methodist Univer sitys football program has been charged with major violations by the National Collegiate Athletic Association and could be hit with tough The Morning News reported The News quoted an unidentified source saying the sanctions were mailed to SMU SMU President Donald Schields said late Friday he didnt expect the letter until next week and would not comment In cases where a school has been found in violation of NCAA major infractions have resulted in a ban on televised games and bowl appearances and a reduction in Other sanctions have included the forced dissociation of athletic boosters who recruit and promote the football the newspaper Lamar eliminates 109 AUSTIN AP Neil Reynolds tworun homer in the eighth inning neutralized a furious Houston comeback in the seventh inning to give a 109 victory and keep the Cardinals alive in the NCAA Central Regional Baseball Tournament On the air SUNDAY TELEVISION 11 Noon Tennis NCAA 1 Soccer Costa 1 Baseball Pittsburgh at 1 Baseball Houston at Football USFL 2 Running IAAF World Cup Golf Memorial Auto 7 Baseball NCAA regional cham 8 Auto racing Indianapolis MONDAY TELEVISION Baseball Chicago at 7 Football Orlando at Lagnaf Holiday Inn Millet High Life MensBB Team General Portland Clear Springs Catfish Lite MensC Team Bud Hollos Texas Land Lone Star Tiger Picture OLPH 5 4 5 4 4 5 3 5 4 6 2 6 W L 8 2 8 2 7 3 6 4 4 6 3 7 2 8 2 8 W L 7 2 6 3 6 3 4 4 3 5 3 6 1 7 MensD Team Outdoor Play Texas Tri County ingram Ready Mix Landa Oetex Braunfels Sporting Goods Womens Team Lite Beer Movie 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