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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                isks homer powers White Sox New Braunfels May 9A THE ASSOCIATED PRESS An encore was no small order for Icagos Carlton but the inic home run he deposited onto leftfield roof at venerable Iskey Park was no small isks his llth of the season third in two came in the th inning off Kansas Citys Charlie Leibrandt following a single fay Ron It brought the White back from a 32 deficit in a 43 Victory over the Royals that left Tom just seven wins short of 300 li was high and thats when the helped Fisk said of the ball hit on the roof of the 75year I hit it well enough to or a but not on the leaver worked 713 giving eight hits and two walks with just ie iob the third Chicago collected his ninth save by iking out two of the three batters figers 3 s2 Detroits Larry Herndon let his bat 80 the talking He hit a tie Breaking home run in the sixth inning back the pitching of Walt Terrell nd Willie Herndon hit the first pitch into the fower rightfield seats for his fourth chasing Tim who vas making his second major league American League By the Associated Press East Division W L QB Toronto 15 18 19 4 New 20 22 8 24 8 29 West Division California 20 Kansas 20 21 2Vi 23 3 Minnesota 24 4 25 5 29 9 Thursdays Games Detroit Oakland 2 Boston Minnesota innings Baltimore Seattle 2 New York California 1 Chicago Kansas City 3 Todays Games Texas Mason 34 at Boston Nipper 1 n California McCaskill 03 at Detroit Morris 64 n Cleveland Clark 10 at Toronto Alexander 5 n Seattle Langston 54 at New York Whitson 1 n Oakland Krueger 44 at Baltimore n Milwaukee Higuera 23 at Minnesota Filson 2 Kansas City Black 53 at Chicago Banniste2 n National League East Division W L GB 15 17 2 19 2 21 5 Philadelphia 27 11 28 West Division San 17 24 21 3 21 3 24 5V4 26 8Vi San 28 10V4 Thursdays Games New York San Francisco 1 San Diego Montreal 4 Louis Atlanta 0 Philadelphia Los Angeles 1 Todays Games Atlanta Perez 05 at Pittsburgh Rhoden 44 n Cincinnati Stuper 53 at Louis Cox n Chicago Sanderson 31 at Houston Niekro 2 n New York Fernandez 11 at San Diego Hoyt n Montreal Gullickson 64 at Los Angeles Honeycutt n Philadelphia Hudson 14 at San Francisco Orioles 8 Mariners 2 The Baltimore Orioles were taking them bases that is one at time until Eddie Murrays fifth inning double restored some nor malcy to a bizarre It was just terrible Fritz Connally said of his hesitant trip around the bases which required three hits to score him from second It was a tough 180 Yankees 3 Angels 1 The New York with Joe Cowley and Dave Righetti concocting a proved again they are fond of home The Yankees won their 10th straight home game and ninth since Billy Martin replaced Yogi Berra as Red Sox 8 Twins 7 It was the same old story for three blown leads and another the Twins eighth MetsZ Giants 1 The way he has been pitching Dwight Gooden should call Candlestick Park Striking out 14 batters and allowing but six hits in an overpowering Gooden made another impressive showing in pitching the New York Mets to a victory over the slumpridden Padres 5 Expos 4 Carmelo Martinez drove in four runs with a pair of home runs and unbeaten Andy Hawkins became the major leagues first 10game winner as San Diego downed Cardinals 6 Braves 0 Jack Clark hit his ninth homer and Joaquin Andujar claimed his ninth victory in a combined fivehit shutout with Bill Campbell as Louis beat Oilers win Stanley Cup Alberta AP When there is a I point to be who better to have on your side than a Wayne Gretzky Or a Paul Coffey Or a Grant Fuhr The Edmonton Oilers had them all and lots more and they used all the tools in their awesome arsenal Thursday night for an 83 rout of the Philadelphia Flyers to clinch their second consecutive Stanley not that they needed any extra but they were still smarting from the comments they heard during the season and the We have gotten a reputation of being arrogant and a flash in the said the National Hockey Leagues brightest star and the winner of the Conn Smythe Trophy as the playoffs most valuable We wanted to show people we are not a flash in the Gretzky was at his wondrous best Thursday night with a goal and three He finished the playoffs with records for assists 30 and points who had two goals and an assist to complete the playoffs with 12 25 assists and 37 all Stanley Cup marks for felt elated and vindicated by the We felt we wanted to stick it to a lot of particularly some of the Philly papers that said we didnt belong on the ice after the first said The Oilers only loss in the finals was in Game Coffey revealed he played the finals with a cracked right Fuhr established a postseason mark for vic tories with 15 he started every Oilers playoff game this going For the second straight Fuhr was forced to stop a penalty In Game he foiled Ron Sutler and this time he stopped Flyers captain Dave Poulin late in the contest with the issue no longer in Jari Gretzkys right tied the goals record for one playoff year with Kurri got his only tally of the final round just into the game to deadlock with Reggie who scored 19 for the 1976 The Flyers tried to play catchup after Kurri and Willy Lindstrom beat goalie Bob Froese in the opening Rich Sutter got the first of his two goals to cut the deficit to but Coffey scored a pair before the period Mark Mike Krushelnyski and Gretzky clinched matters with secondperiod goals to make it The third period featured the penalty a brawl with only and goals by Sutter and Brian Propp for Philadelphia and one by Messier for It was a good year for said but our goal is to get to the Stanley We are the youngest team in the league and we have a enthusiastic well be Delphine Swimmers launch season The New Braunfels Grunen Delphine Swimmers launched the 1985 competitive season with Family Night at the Senior Citizens Center The highlight of the festivities was the presentation of awards for the past years Awards were presented by Dan chairman of New Braunfels Aquatic Club Boosters and Diego assistant Yvette Rosales with 187 points and Josh Hendry with 190 points received the overall high point Points are earned by placing at swirn meets throughout the Trophies were awarded to the high point scorer in each age group as follows Eight year old and Jennifer Shuck and Jesse Czelusta nine and 10 years Meredith Isley and Lisa Martinez and Jason Patrick 11 and 12 years Prissy Saucedo and Lorenzo Saucedo 13 and Yvette Rosales and Josh Letter N were earned by scoring a minimum of 10 points as follows Eight years old and Jesse Jennifer Angelica Sara Leigh Kelly Asaley Krone and Shawn Nine and 10 years Jason David Jayson Meredith Isley and Lisa 11 and 12 years Lorenzo Diego Chad David Prissy Brooke Celeste Adrienne Tanya Jennifer 13 and Josh Yvette Crissy Tharp and Jeff Committee chairperson and hostess for family night was Gwen The Grunen Delphine Swim mers train in all aspects of competitive swimming at the Landa Park Olympic Daily workouts are from 5 to 7 The program is offered for children of all ages interested in becoming good Tryouts for new members will be held throughout the month of Interested individuals should call the recreation New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department to sign up or come to the pool between 5 and 7 Formed 23 years the Grunen Delphine of the New Braunfels Aquatic Club are one of over local clubs that make up United States Swimming These clubs provide programs for Olympians and everyone in Morte than swimmers throughout the country train in the age group All of the swimmers that represented the in the Los Angeles Olympiad were products of the age group Children in the age group programs compete not only in their age group but in ability classifications within these age Goal self improvement and advancement are Swimmers learn that rewards are in proportion to effort and that they have the responsibility to be better today than they were For additional information about or the swim team call Coach Bud Dallmann at Briefly Soccer tryouts scheduled Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION Baseball Atlanta at 7 Baseball College World Series Game Baseball Chicago at Golf Kemper SATURDAY TELEVISION Baseball California at 3 Boxing IBF junior middleweight General Wide World of 4 College Baseball Stanford 6 Football Memphis at New Baseball Atlanta at College Baseball Texas Arizona tape Texas League By The Associated Press FIRST HALF EASTERN DIVISION W I GB Tulsa Rangers 25 Shreveport Giantsl 25 Jackson Mets 24 1 Arkansas Cards 23 2V4 WESTERN DIVISION Beaumont 19 San Antonio Dodgers 25 21 2 El Paso 23 3 Midland 28 16 Thursdays Games Beaumont Tulsa 0 Jackson El Paso 3 Midland Shreveport Arkansas San Antonio 01 WESTERN CONFERENCE 3 1 Denver 5 0 Houston 5 0 9 0 10 0 San Antonio 3 11 0 3 12 0 Thursdays Game Denver Los Angeles 20 Saturdays Games Memphis at New Jersey Tampa Bay at Orlando San Antonio at Arizona Sundays Games Jacksonville at Baltimore Portland at Oakland Mondays Game Birmingham at Houston 349 394 434 286 192 220 219 261 311 291 333 322 334 287 NHL By The Associated Press Stanley Cup Finals Edmonton Philadelphia May 21 Philadelphia Edmonton 1 May 23 Edmonton Philadelphia 1 May 25 Edmonton Philadelphia 3 Tuesdays game Edmonton Philadelphia 3 Thursdays game Edmonton Philadelphia Edmonton wins series 41 Tryouts for a New Braunfels Soccer Association blue team for players born in 1975 will be Saturday and again on The sessions will last from 4 6 and they will be at HEB Field For more call Gene Bursey at Lifesaving class offered by city The Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting American Red Cross Advanced Lifesaving June The class will be offered Monday through Friday from 8 to 10 To call the department at 6255818 or Landa Recreation Center at The purchase of the book will be the only cost of the Volleyball clinics scheduled for summer Phyllis Fowler and Carla Herring will be the instructors for four two week girls volleyball clinics this The clinic is for girls 10 and Varsity high school players are not The clinics will be held at Canyon Middle School from 8 to noon every The registration fee is The first session will be June The second session will be June The third will be July 819 and the final session will be July Registration information can be obtained by contacting the Landa Recreation Center or by calling 629 8997824 or Course sets benefit Sunday at 2 Landa Park Golf Course will sponsor a benefit tour nament for the American Cancer A portion of the entry fee will go to the with the rest to be combined with donated prizes for the tournament Registration for the twoplayer team tournament is at the pro The regular Elks tournament is June 11 beginning at 9 USFL By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Local sports SATURDAY 2 Baseball Canyon New Braunfels at Unicorn Birmingham New Jersey Tampa Bay Jacksonville 11 W 10 9 9 8 L T 4 0 5 0 5 0 6 0 6 0 6 PF PA 365 242 335 298 346 306 329 317 311 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