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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Rangers rip 73 New Braunfels June Briefly By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Larry Pettish knew that sooner or later he would come out of Ms hitting Me started believing the slump was behind him after he slugged two homers Then Parrish had a threerun homer to key a fiverun eighth inning outburst by the Texas Rangers Monday night in a 73 victory over American League West division opponent The Rangers have lacked con sistency in both hitting and pitching this They got both Monday night as pitchers Burt Hootbn and Greg Harris combined to hold the White Sox to just four hits and one earned Parrish had not hit a homer for 25 games until his two homers against the Boston Red Sox in a losing cause Those two started Parrish on the road back from his The Rangers had scored lone runs in the third and fourth innings to post a 20 lead for Hooton before the White Sox countered with two of their own in the Both were unearned after Buddy Bell made a wild throw trying to get Carlton Fisk at first Harris relieved Hooton in the top of the eighth Then in the bottom of the the Rangers erupted with five runs which gave Harris the Cardinals 9 Astros 5 Andy Van Slykc and Tommy Herr doubled and singled home two runs apiece and Jack Clark belted a two run homer for the Louis Car Van Slyke and Willie McGee contributed three hits for while Herr the top hitter in the Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION Tennis French 7 Baseball Miami College World WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7 Tennis French 8 Basketball Boston at Los Local sports THURSDAY 3 Baseball Canyon Class 4A slate DisclvFalk NBA playoffs By The Associated Press Championship Boston Los Angolos May 27 Boslon Los Angeles 114 Thursdays Game Los Angeles Boston 102 Sundays Game Los Angeles Boston Lou Angeles loads series 21 Wednesdays Game Boston at Los Angeles Fridays Game Boston at Los Angeles Sundays Game Los Angeles at il necessary June 11 Los Angclos at if necessary Major 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homered in the second in then added a tworun blast in the Expos 4 Giants 2 Rookie pitcher Randy Claire bunted for a hit in his first major league atbat to spark a tworun rally in the 15th inning which was helped by shoddy Giants Orioles 7 Angels 5 Lee Lacy to hit his first home run as an American Leaguer to climax a fourrun rally in the bottom of the ninth inning and give Baltimore a triumph over Mariners 9 Tigers 8 Jim Presley had a pair of tworun singles to help Seattle offset a pair of home runs by Detroits Darrell Yankees 5 As2 Phil Niekro gave up five hits over the first eight innings to win the 291st game of his But when the 46 yearold left the Oakland made things interesting against reliever Dave Red Sox 6 Indians 5 The game at Fenway Park started off like a It was 44 after two but Boston starter Dennis Oil Can Boyd settled down and won with his seventh complete SportsWorld New Coopur Milwmikou 42 40 Now 36 34 Now 44 New 36 36 Win 35 35 HITS 64 64 63 62 61 Garcia 14 Mattlnglyj 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DIVISION Beaumont Padres San Antonio Dodgers Midland Angels Mondays Games Midland San Antonio 1 El Paso Beaumont 2 Arkansas Shreveport 2 Jackson Tulsa 2 Todays Games Beaumont at El Paso Midland at San Antonio Jackson at Tulsa Arkansas al Shreveport L GB 22 24 24 27 23 27 1 23 26 469 1 ON ers 30 21 29 24 2 26 23 3 24 29 7 Mat n soon These Businesses Offer Bonuses Or Discounts For Mature Americans Age 50 Or Over Comal Drug 544 Union WW Communications Specialists 839A IH 35 Shutterbug Photo 201F IH 35 Brauntex Rentals 990 Loop 337 find these participating merchants more on your WHITE and GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER Shop at the Store with the kagle in the Door twlttr and taCu Depend On NURSERYLANDSCAPING 866 LANDA ST 6255104 Featured on your ADAMEMOBOARD Twosome wins LLGA event The team of Marian Patten and Jan Magnuson won the Landa Ladies Golf Associations 36hole Pick Your Partner tournament at Landa Lark Golf Course last Second was the team of Jessica Shaw and Madalin Third was the team of Pat McDonald and Mary Jane Benefit raises for society Sundays benefit tournament for the American Cancer Society raised for the Cancer Fiftysix players participated in the fourman team scramble at Landa Park Golf Two teams tied for first with 60 Betty Drummond and Hall and Dickens and Madalin Third was the team of Edna Carol Hansen and Thompson with Fourth with a 62 was the team of Wood and Johnnie The top eight teams received merchandise Team takes NBG A tourney The team of Sluka and Lea shot a 195 to win the New Braunfels Golf Associations fourman three better ball tournament at Landa Park Golf Second with 198 was the team of Lawrence and In individual Hansen and Douglas tied for low net in A flight with 68 Moore and tied in B flight with 68 Hartnzell was low in C flight with 71 and Adkins was low in D flight with Doug Douglas was low gross with Junior clinics start June 24 The first junior golf clinic of the summer will be June 2428 beginning each The clinic is for players ages 8 to and classes will last IVz hours each Call the pro for more i nformati During ths junior golfers will have priority on the 1 tee each Friday at 9 Junior players should have a partner and meet at the The next Elks tournament will be June 11 beginning at 10 Soccer tryout scheduled Tryouts for a New Braunfels Soccer Association blue team for players born in 1975 will be The session will last from 4 6 at HEB Field For more in call Gene Bursey at 029 Womens tennis to begin Monday Play for the summer sessions of the New Braunfels Womens Tennis Association will begin Monday for singles and June 13 for The first session will run through July The second session will begin July 22 for singles and July 25 for and will run through August All levels of players arc en couraged to register for either or both sessions with Pauline Rector 6292995 or Sue Frosch at NBA to consider expansion NEW YORK AP National Basketball Association owners will consider a plan to expand their league at mecetings later this Commissioner David Stern Stern told the New York Times that the financially resurgent league will consider adding several teams for the 198788 the paper reported in todays Discussions have been held with groups seeking to put teams in Miami Minneapolis Santa and Stallions dazzle Gamblers HOUSTON AP The Birmingham Stallions didnt have their two top offensive weapons in the game so they relied on a razzledazzle play to get them started and the kicking of Danny Miller and the running of quarterback Cliff Stoudt to finish The combined result was a 2927 United States Football League victory over the Houston Gamblers Monday night that vaulted the Stallions into the league Birmingham played the game without leading rusher Joe Cribbs and top receiver Jim Smith but Paul Ott Carruth subbed for Cribbs and Miller kicked field goals of and 20 yards to insure the UTEP wont play Down Under HONOLULU iAP The University of Hawaii wont be playing a football game against University of Texas El Paso 7 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