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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                8A New Braunfels July LA rips Cubs Mets whip Astros TANK IPWAMA1U by Jeff Millar Bill Hinds By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Los Angeles who plied treacherous waters strewn with errors and missed opportunities as they tried to stay afloat in the early going this have opened the throttle and are threatening to leave the opposition in their The 2325 at one point and 5Ms games behind San Diego in the National League caught fire in early June and havent cooled off Their 73 victory Thursday night over the Chicago Cubs gave them a 3te game lead over slumping San Pedro who has been on base 10 consecutive hit his 22nd home run to help lead Los Angeles to its 31st victory in 45 Guerrero is hitting third best in the and is the pacesetter in both slugging and on base Cardinals Padres 6 San Diego Manager Dick whose team has lost five straight had reason to be upset after the Padres blew an early 60 lead and capped what catcher Terry Kennedy called a bizarre game with three ninthinning errors that help Ixjuis score five runs and win its fifth Mets Astros 3 Gary Carter said he was insulted when Houston walked lefthanded hitter Keith Hernandez so right handed pitcher Mike Scott could pitch to And Carter made them pay for it when he hit a threerun his to break open a close game and allow Dwight to breeze to his ninth consecutive The Mets remained games behind Louis as Gooden hurled a American League By The Attoclated Eatt Division W Toronto New Wait Dlvlilon California Kansas Chicago Minnesota Thundays Qamet Toronto California 0 Boston Seattle 3 Baltimore Chicago 1 Detroit Minnesota 2 Oakland Milwaukee 2 Todays California Lugo 32 at Toronto Clancy n Seattle Wills 44 at Boston Nipper n Baltimore Martinez 76 at Chicago Long 0 n New York Guidry 133 at Texas Meson n Cleveland Romero 00 at Kansas City Jackson n Detroit Terrell 104 at Minnesota Smithson 9 n Oakland John 24 at Milwaukee Burris n Vi National League By Allocated Prats East Division W Philadelphia Wait Division Los San 44 42 San Thursdays Gamas Louis San Olego 6 San Francisco Pittsburgh 3 Montreal Cincinnati 0 New York Houston 3 Atlanta Philadelphia 2 Los Angelas Chicago 3 Todays Games Cincinnati Soto 91 It at Montreal Schatzeder n Houston Nlekro 78 at New York Leach n Atlanta Mahler 146 at Philadelphia Denny 5 n Chicago Ruthven 46 at Los Angeles Reuss 7 Louis Andujar 164 at San Diego Dravecky In Pittsburgh Tunnell 16 at San Francisco n He struck out six to boost his majorleagueleading total to Rangers 89ers 1 Former 89ers George Wright and Glenn Brummer each homered for the Rangers to give Texas an exhibition game victory over their TripleA farm the Oklahoma City The lessthanserious game shortened by ended with a fiveout sixth inning so that all the 89ers would have a final turn at Scoreboard On the air Transactions FRIDAY TELEVISION 7 Baseball Chicago at Los Angeles KSAT 7 General National Sports Festival opening FRIDAY RADIO New York at SATURDAY TELEVISION Horse ESPN 1 National Sports 2 Baseball Chicago at Los 3 Soccer USSR vs 3 Horse racing Rainbow 4 General Wide World of Horst 5 7 National Sports Local sports SATURDAY Golf Mens City Championship Landa Park Golf Swimming New Braunfels Aquatic Club fun Landa Park Olympic Swimming Masters Landa Park Olympic By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX Activated Ron Sent Mark to Buffalo of the American National League ATLANTA BRAVES Suspended Pascual and placed him on the restricted Called up Joe from Richmond of the International NEW YORK METS Recalled Bill from Tidewater of the International Optioned Kelvin second to FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONSSigned Steve Bar and Mick CINCINNATI BENGALSSigned Tom CLEVELAND BROWNS Released Fred running Paul Nate Anthony wide receivers and Mario offensive Signed Brian defensive DALLAS COWBOYSCut Vincent Sam wide Mark Lee Pete Darryl tackie and Kevin DENVER BRONCOSWaived Dwayne Derrick Michael running Joe Robert Thomas Dave Richard offensive Kirk Clinton John wide David Mike SportsWorld Orioles White Sox 1 Mike in only his second appearance of the allowed one run on three hits over eight innings and Eddie Murrays grandslam homer made Baltimore a winner over Blue Jays Angels 0 Dave Stieb scattered seven hits and lowered his leagueleading ERA to He was supported by four double plays as the Blue Jays widened their AL East lead over the idle New York Yankees to five Red tape bogs down Sports Festival drug tests BATON AP The Olympic Committees elaborate drug testing program has bogged down in administrative red tape that will prevent the screening of the most visible athletes competing at the National Sports Secretary General George Miller Track and field boxers and basketball players will not be among the 300 or so athletes subject to random tests for performanceenhancing drugs and chemical training Miller said The Athletics national governing body for track and had signed a memorandum of agreement with the USOC testing but has not had a chance to amend its own policies to Miller The Amateur Basketball Association of the United States and the USA Amateur Boxing national governing bodies of the other two agreed in but have not had time to Miller Owners reject players demand for onethird of TV revenues NEW YORK AP Owners will not submit to player demands for onethird of baseballs network television managements chief bargainer while rejecting union charges that he was trying deliberately to stall labor We will Lee Mac president of the owners Player Relations Com said Theres no way thats On the two sides met for the fourth straight day in the face of an 6 strike The union charge of management stalling arose after the PRC in formal contract a proposal to change procedures for salary Houston coach reprimanded for recruiting irregularities HOUSTON AP Claiming to be acting in good University of Houston officials have imposed sanctions on an assistant basketball coach and the basketball program because of reported irregularities in the recruiting of Tito Following an inhouse athetic director Tom Ford confirmed that assistant basketball coach Donnie Schverak violated two minor NCAA rules by visiting Horford in the Dominican Republic in July On the school said Schverak is barred from offcampus recruiting for a Briefly Lee John and Ricky Thomas Richard Rod defensive DETROIT LIONS Stan Greg and Marshall wide Traded Robbie wide to for Alvin running Claimed Dave tight and Ronald from Signed Angelo INDIANAPOLIS COLTSSigned Barry Rohn punter and Andre strong Waived Nick tight KANSAS CITY Brad to a series of oneyear LOS ANGELES R AIDERSiCut Tony Courtney running Greg tight Rex Randy Mark Steve offensive and Elton Ralph Lorenzo Mat thew defensive NEW YORK GIANTSAnnounced that Jack offensive has returned to NEW YORK JETSWaived Craig Scott tight and Mike after failing physical Waived Tom and Derrick wide Placed Nick wide Bruce running and Bob linebacker on the physically unable to perform SEATTLE SEAHAWKSr Signed Charle tight and Frank LOUIS CARDINALSSigned Jeff defensive Carlos Scott offensive lineman and Doug Marsh and Greg tight TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERSPlaced Lee Rny defensive on injured Signed Mike defensive SV volleyball sets workouts All girls interested in playing volleyball at Smithson Valley High School this fall should report to the school between 8 and 11 on 8 to pick up Practice begins with junior varsity and varsity players working out from 9 to noon and freshmen from to Players must turn in all forms on Pickup volleyball begins 7 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring pickup volleyball every Wednesday from 7 to 9 at the Academy Gym beginning The program will run through Registration fee is for the Contact the Landa Recreation Center at 629619G for more T Bar M day camp set next week The T Bar M Sports Camps day camp for local residents will be 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