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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 20, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Fishing see 7 A T I hursday Special June 6 Young athletes get big chance at meet ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer The track stars of tomorrow could be getting their start on as New Braunfels sponsors its first Hersheys National Track Fiftythree all bet ween 914 years will compete at Unicorn Stadium for a chance to advance to Austin for the state meet on July The top finishers at the state meet can qualify for the national scheduled for August in Along with the local the Community Education Office of the New Braunfels Independant School District and the Parks and Recreation Department are con ducting practice sessions this week for the Were just taking them through the steps one at a said Larry Schwab of the Each day we take one event and show the kiddos how to get in the proper stance and the positions in which to limber The participants have been at it since They meet every morning at and usually finish up by We have a warm up program where they do calisthenics and With the humidty the way it we ask them not to push it too They seem to be having a good though they are finding out that it is not as easy as it Schwab Events at the meet include the 50 and 100meter the 400meter the Softball throw and the standing long Most of these kids have never tried anything like this Schwab The parents have a lot to do with which events each one Sometimes its just whatever the kid happens to Helping Schwab coach the young athletes are New Braunfels High graduates David Caddell and David along with Danny a physical education instructor at Seele Elementary At the meet on interns from Southwest Texas State will be on hand to help time the runners and keep track of the Schwab said he wouldnt be sur prised if a few of the runners at Saturdays meet earned a spot in From what Ive seen this mor there are two boys who really move out I think we will have at least on or maybe two who will he Participants can enter two track events and one field event or two field events and one Schwab New Braunfels track coach Lew Simmonds is lending the program stopwatches and batons and the Parks Department will compare Saturdays meet results with those around the state to see who can Schwab That is what is so exciting about this everyone is helping We are doing it together as a he w LESLIf KRIEWALDT HERALD Cam Brooks gives the standing long jump a try while Jennifer Nickerson waits her turn Reynolds homer sinks Atlanta again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS ATLANTA Craig Reynolds said he never consciously thinks about hitting home runs in but he smashed his third roundtripper of the season against the Braves to lead Houston to Reynolds is batting only against Atlanta but he has hit both his other home runs against the He had three hits as Houston pounded four Braves pitchers for 14 hits in a 73 victory I never consciously go up thinking about a home run just because Im in a good hitters Reynolds It just kind of Reynolds led Houstons attack with a double and home Kevin Glenn Davis and Denny Walling all had doubles as the Astros took a 21 lead in the fourgame Rangers 5 Mariners 4 Wayne Tolleson drove in Larry Parrish with a sixthinning sacrifice fly to lead Texas over The Rangers entered the sixth trailing Tollesons RBI was only his second of the year in 95 Royals 3 Twins 2 Hal McRae hit a solo home run and doubled in another run to power Kansas City over Dodgers 5 Padres 1 Andy who had won his first 11 served up a leadoff National League By The Associated Press East Division w 38 35 35 34 25 21 L 27 27 27 27 37 40 Pet 565 557 403 GB 1 1 A 2 11 15 4 4 9 11 Montreal New York St Philadelphia Pittsbuigh West Division San Diego 27 30 524 30 Los 30 Atlanta 27 35 San 38 Wednesdays Games San Francisco Cincinnati 2 Montreal Pittsburgh 3 New York Chicago 0 Houston Atlanta 3 Philadelphia Louis 0 Los Angeles San Diego 1 Todays Games Chicago Fontenot 1 2 at New York Fernandez 1 41 San Fiancisco Gott 341 at San 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the slumping Chicago after surrendering hits to Keith Moreland and Ryne Sandberg to start the got Leon Durham and Richie Hebner on pop then ended the game by striking out Thad Bosley to hand the Cubs their eighth straight Giants 5 Reds 2 Bob Brenly called his performance a hitormiss and he wasnt I hit two on the nail and missed six said who knocked in four runs with two homers and struck out Brenlys three run homer in the third capped a four run inning off Cincinnatis Mario and he added a solo his off Tom Hume in the Phillies 1 Cardinals 0 Jerry looking as sharp as ever in his 601st major league pitched six innings before giving way to hardthrowing Don who got his second Expos 4 Pirates 3 Montreals Jim Wohlford reached reliever John Candelaria for a pinch single with two outs in the eighth inning to score Vance who had tripled off Jose earlier in the Yankees 10 Orioles 0 New York collected 14 in cluding Ron Hasseys two solo homers and Dave Winfields tworun shot among his four White Sox 8 As7 Ozzie Guillen scored all the way from second base on a wild pitch in the 12th inning as Chicago took a thriller from Tigers 9 Red Sox 3 Lou Whitaker and Kirk Gibson each homered and drove in three runs to back the combined eighthit pitching of Walt Terrell and Aurelio Lopez as Detroit beat Spurs may be near move to Coliseum TANK David King Talking those realignment blues During one of those latenight sessions around our cozy little of we started talking about the Major League baseball those Atlanta and Cincinnati in the west And why shouldnt natural rivals like Houston and Texas or the Yankees and the Mets play Baseball purists always poopooh the idea of realignment of the saying it would ruin the change traditional upset the balance of But in the days of artificial artificial or nonexistent the designated hitter and why should baseball be stuck with a system that developed long before most baseball fans were born Heres one based solely on regions Amercian League North The Babe Ruth if you want to be like the NHL Toronto Montreal Boston New York Mets New York Yankees Detroit Baltimore but close American League South the Scipio Spinks Division Houston Texas Atlanta Kansas City Louis San Antonio Ill explain that one in a minute The genuis of this plan Play the first month of the season in the avoiding National League East The Ernie Banks Division Chicago Cubs Chicago White Sox Milwaukee Minnesota Cincinnati Cleveland Philadelphia National League West The Gene Autry Division California Oakland Seattle Los Angeles San Francisco San Diego The only catch here is that somebody in San Antonio has to buy the Pittsburgh Pirates remember them Nobody in Pittsburgh does and move them down but Clinton The power isnt really balanced in those but the Astros and Cubs need a Houston needs to get the Dodgers out of its and the Cubs would take a fourday homestand against the Indians any time in trade for four against the Regional rivalries would develop in New Ohio and the Great White We could keep the World Series and the current playoff and who we might wind up with the Astros and the Cubs in the And a cow might fly so you donU like that Heres one Marlin Perkins Division Toronto Blue Jays Detroit Tigers Baltimore Orioles Chicago Cubs Louis Cardinals Washington Senators formerly the Pirates you know what everybody says about anyway AFLCIO Division Milwaukee Brewers Seattle Mariners Texas Rangers San Diego Padres Cleveland Indians Los Angeles Dodgers dem but its a living California Angels onthejob hazards Descriptive Division New York Yankees go home San Francisco Giants Cincinnati Reds comrade Kansas City Royals New York CatchAil Division Too weird to classify Houston Astros Boston Red Sox Chicago White Sox Minnesota Twins Montreal Expos Philadelphia Phillies If thats too how about Blue East Teams with blue as a major part of their colors Toronto Detroit New York Mets Atlanta Chicago Cubs Blue West Milwaukee Kansas City Seattle Texas Los Angeles Red Division Cincinnati Louis Philadelphia Boston Cleveland California Minnesota Technicolor Or No Color Division Houston Montreal Oakland green San Diego dirt brown Baltimore gray San Francisco grayer Chicago White Sox New York Yankess generic baseball Landa golf pro qualifies for Open Bill the pro at Landa Golf qualified for the Unites States Golf Associations Senior Open by winning the sectional qualifying round along with San Antonios Dempsey Ballard and Keith Compton finished tied for the lead with 3over 75s at Springs Country Halbert and Ballard beat Compton in a onehole qualifying both for the Im very excited about Halbert Its a chance to play with the the Januarys and the Miller Its one of the most prestigious tournaments on the senior The seniors will play with amateurs at the Tahoe Golf Course in in Senior The nament runs June SAN ANTONIO AP An agreement is imminent that would move the San Antonio Spurs from their current playing site to a countyowned coliseum in officials John Steen a member of the Freeman Coliseum Advisory said an agreement is near on a 10year lease for the NBA For the past 12 years the Spurs have played at the Convention Center But team owner Angelo Drossos has become dissatisfied with the cityowned site because of increased construction in the Drossos said earlier the Spurs will have to play another season at the arena because modifications at the coliseum could not be made in time for Steen said the Spurs have tentatively approved a plan to pay for million in improvements on the Some improvements would be paid for with county revenue bonds under the I want to stop short of saying we have an Steen said But there was a lot of skepticism about this and we felt like we should let people know that we have made lots of Improvements will include new seating and sound The coliseum is owned by the county and operated by members of the Coliseum Advisory who are appointed by the county by Jeff Millar Bill WE KNOW MOAJ ITS FOR WE CDMT To LOOK
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