New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, June 14, 1985, Page 8

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung June 14, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 14, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 8A New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung Friday, June 14,1985Spurs may deal Ice, Moore to ClevelandBriefly CLEVELAND (AP) - The Qeveland Cavaliers and the San Antonio Spurs are pursuing a trade that involves Cleveland guard World B. Free and San Antonio guard George Gervin, according to published reports. In the proposed deal, Free, guard-forward Ron Anderson and the Cavalier’s first-round draft pick, the ninth overall, would to to the Spurs in exchange for Gervin, guard Johnny Moore and the Spurs first-round pick, the 14th overall, the (Akron) Beacon Journal and the (Cleveland) Plain Dealer reported. The 1985 National Basketball Association draft is Tuesday. Neither organization would confirm or deny the proposed trade on Thursday. Free, Cleveland’s leading scorer, will begin the 1985-86 season in the final year of a contract he signed in 1983. If the Cavaliers do not pick up the option year, Free would become a free agent. Free has formally requested that Johnny Moore Cleveland exercise the option year for the 1986-87 season. Free’s agent, Fred Slaughter, said the Cavaliers ha re rejected the request thus far. One contingency for the deal might be the Spurs’ ability to sign Moore, a free agent, before Monday’s predraft midnight deadline. NBA rules George Gervin stipulate that trades involving draft picks must be completed by midnight. Moore cannot be traded because his contract with the Spurs has expired. But if the Spurs sign him to a new contract before Monday, the deal could be finalized.Wilson's homer lifts Phillies Tennis program offered for juniors The New Braunfels Tennis Association is sponsoring a development program for juniors ages 10-18. The program will start June 18 and will cost $30 for four weeks of lessons. If interested, contact David Mueller at 625-3597 or Sally Forney at 629-6659. 'Longest Day of Golf' scheduled for June 20 The New Braunfels Downtown Rotary Club will sponsor the “Longest Day of Golf” on June 20 to raise money for the Comal Unit of the American Cancer Society. The four-man team will be comprised of Dennis Kaderli, Brian Lyons, Bob Pacharzina and Dormy Seay. The foursome will tee of at 6:30 a.m. at the luanda Park Golf Course and will continue until dusk. I,ast year, a foursome played 108 holes and raised almost $2,000. For more information, contact Brian Lyons at 625-5826. Coaches versus students in soccer match Coaches from the youth soccer clinic will tangle with the New Braunfels High School soccer team at 5 p.m. today at the H.E.B. complex. Roger Vrobel, soccer coach at Texas Lutheran College and clinic organizer, will also give out trophies to the outstanding athletes in each age group of his clinic. City sponsors track meet The New Braunfels Independent School District and the Parks and Recreation Department are sponsoring a track meet to be held June 22 at Unicorn Stadium. Ix>cal athletes 9-14 can participate with a chance to qualify for the state finals and a trip to Hershey, Pa. A clinic will be held June 17-21 from 7:30 a.rn until IO a.m. for interested participants. Contact I .jury Schwab at 625-2718 for more information or the luanda Recreation Center for more information. Openings available in tennis clinic Space is available in the Parks and Recreation Department’s junior tennis clinics this summer. The next two-week session begins June 17 at the (.anda Park tennis courts. The fee is $15 per person, and registration is at the Landa Recreation Center. Junior clinics start June 24 The first junior golf clinic of the summer will be June 24-28 beginning at 8 a.m. each day. The clinic is for players ages 8 to 18, and classes will last \Vz hours each day. Call the luanda Park Golf Course pro shop at 625-3225 for more information. During ths summer, junior golfers will have priority on the No. I tee each Friday at 9 a.m. Junior players should have a partner and meet at the course. City offers scuba diving class Clyde Stroud of Diving Enterprises is conducting a scuba diving course which began Monday at the luanda Recreation Center. Ten participants will be accepted for the course, which costs $175 per person. Classes will be at the Rec Center and at the Olympic Pool on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 p.m. to 10:30 p.m., with another class meeting Tuesday and Thursday from 7p.m. to 10:30p.rn. Registration is this week at the Rec Center. By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When Jesse Orosco took the mound in the eighth inning in his usual role as protector of another New York lead, Philadelphia’s Glenn Wilson hardly pictured himself as a hero. “All I can remember is two strikeouts and a couple of ground balls,” said Wilson, hitless against the Met relief ace since coming to the Phillies last season from Detroit. So the hot-hitting outfielder threw caution to the wind. He swung hard and got a fly ball into the breeze. It made it over the wall in center field to give Philadelphia a 5-4 victory Thursday night. “I didn’t think the ball was going out,” Wilson said. “It didn’t have that real good feeling off the bat. It didn’t jump. The wind helped it.” The two-run homer, Wilson’s seventh, gave the Phillies their third victory in the four-game series which saw them set a slew of club records when they banged out 27 hits in a 26-7 victory Tuesday. The Mets collected 18 hits Wednesday, but had to rally for four runs in the lith inning to post a 7-3 victory. Cardinals 2 Pirates 1 Efficient St. Louis got only two hits, Jack Clark’s 13th home run, in the second inning, and a seventh-inning RBI double by Tito Landrum. “That’s making the most out of the least,” Landrum said. “You nught not see a game like this again for a while." John Tudor, 4-7, scattered six hits over 8 1-3 innings before Jeff l^ahti Scoreboard National League San Francisco 21 36 368 13 Thursday's Games Montreal 9, Chicago 7 Philadelphia 5, New York 4 By The Associated Pions St Louis 2, Pittsburgh I East Division W Pct. GB Cincinnati 9, Atlanta 2,11 innings Chicago L San Diego 3. San Francisco 0 34 21 618 Today's Games Montreal 34 25 576 2 St Louis (Andujar 11 11 at Chicago (Ruthven 3 New York 32 24 571 2’A 41 St Louis 31 26 544 4 New Yotk (Gooden 9 31 at Montreal (Hesketh 5 Philadelphia . , 22 35 386 13 31. (n) Pittsburgh .....IS 37 327 16 Philadelphia (K Gross 545) at Pittsburgh West Division (DeLeon I 8). In) San Diego 34 23 596 Cincinnati ISoto 8-4) at Atlanta (Smith 3 4), (n) Houston .....31 26 544 3 Los Angeles (Reuss 3 5) at Houston (Niekro 3 Cincinnati .....30 26 536 3* 61. (n) Los Angeles 28 28 500 BH San Diego (Hawkins 11-0) at San Francisco Atlanta 24 32 429 9’A (LaPoint 26). (n) Unique Accessories To Warm A Country Home Antiques & Gifts came on to strike out ex-Cardinal George Hendrick on three pitches for his fourth save. Reds 9 Braves 2 Eddie Milner was “just trying to hit the ball hard” when he stroked a run-scoring single to break a 2-2 tie and start a seven-run Cincinnati rally in the lith inning. The Reds had been held to only one hit — Dave Parker’s 10th homer, a two-run shot in the fourth inning — over the first eight innings by rookie Steve Shields. They managed only one more off three relievers before breaking the game open with seven singles — two on the infield and one a blooper — in the lith. Expos 9 Cubs 7 Terry Francona rarely gets to start at first base for Montreal, so he tries to make the most of his limited op-portunites. He didn’t fail as he and Hubie Brooks each had two hits and drove in two runs. “When you don’t play that often you try to at least get in good at-bats and hit the ball hard somewhere,” Francona said. “You try to make your presence known in a postive way.” Bryn Smith, 6-2, pitched 7 1-3 innings as the Expos moved to within two games of Chicago in the NL East. Jeff Reardon retired the final Cub batter for his 19th save, tops in the major leagues. Padres 3 Giants 0 San Diego Manager Dick Williams didn’t hesitate to summon his stopper despite having what would normally be considered a safe lead, and starter Dave Dravecky, 5-4, didn’t mind a bit. “We’ve got an outstanding bullpen. Period. The Goose (Rich Gossage) has a great record, and it was an ideal situation for him,” said Dravecky. o<S (&)Th °5o Ob "J r?-9i New Shipment! Bears Pine Doll Furniture Handmade Baskets    ^ WW*    'i Great Selection of Grapevine    y Wreaths-Special Orders Taken. Q    Let    Us Design a ^ Special Straw Hat to c9/> Wear in Our 9 , —    WW 9 Texos Sunshine.ISL dp <&g po <§E Q va 186 E. Garden Mon.-Sat. 10-5:30 P.M. On the air 4pm - Baseball Texas Baseball Coaches Association All Star yams Astrodome. Houston Glenn Davis, infielder from Tucson ot the Pacific Coast League PRIDAY TELEVISION 11 tm, 3 p.rn — Golf round. ESPN 3 p m - Baseball St Louis at Chicago Cubs, WGN 6 36 pm— Basaball Cincinnati at Atlanta WTBS. 7pm — Wrestling Wrastlmg TNT, LISA 8 pm - Boxing: Friday Night Boxing, USA 9pm - Football Denver at Portland. ESPN SATURDAY TELEVISION 10 am — Golf US Open, thad round. ESPN 12 16 pm. — Basebeil Los Angeles at Houston. KMOl lpm- Golf U S Open, third round. KSAT 3 pm - Baseball Detroit at New York Yankees KMOL 3 pm - Bowling $116,000 Denvei Open. ESPN 6 36 pm - Baaabaii Cincinnati at Atlanta. WTBS 7 p m - Football New Jersey at Oakland ESPN 8 p rn. — Boxing WBC heavyweight bout. Pink ton Thomas vt Mike Weaver, HBO 1030 pm - Wrestling World Championship Wrestling, KMOL. us open second Texas League By The Associated Press FIRST HALF EASTERN DIVISION W L Pct. OB Arkansas (Caids) 30 27 526 Shreveport (Giants) 30 31 492 2 Jackson (Mats) 28 32 467 3H Tulsa (Rangers) 26 36 419 6’A WESTERN DIVISION El Paso (Brewers) 35 28 556 — San Antomo(Oodgers) 31 26 544 1 Beaumont (Padres) 33 28 541 I Midland (Angels) 28 33 459 6 Class Local sports SATURDAY 8 a rn - Three Parks Run, beginning at Wurst World Thursday's Games El Paso IO. Midland 3 Shreveport 7, Tulsa 6 Arkansas 7, Jackson 6 San Antonio 8 Beaumont I Today's Gamas San Antonio at Beaumont El Paso at Midland Shreveport at Tulsa Arkansas at Jackson Transactions By The Associeted Prest BASEBALL HOUSTON ASTROS Placed Tarry Puhi. outfielder, on the 15 day disabled list Recalled FENCE Truckload SALE Save 15% on all types of fencing: Wood Privacy - 6’ Basketweave starts at $4.49 per ft. Chalnlink 48" installed at $2.29 per ft. Ranch Fence - 4 strands of barbwire installed for only $1.10 per ft. Sale ends June 17, 1985. Call today for a free estimate. Installed prices do not include Jackhammer use. We also have used wood and wire for sale, RUSTOM FENCE COMPANY Dan Mlnica 625-9340 - N.B. 231-5141 - S.A. —DEALERS— •CORNER GULF LANDA & WALNUT • A&K Gulf LH. 35 & St. Hwy. 46 •CLIFF’S GULF & WRECKER SERVICE IH 35 & HWY 81 •IH 35 GULF AT COURTYARD CENTER The right diesel fuel. Mght around your neighborhood. 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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: June 14, 1985

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