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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 31, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Braunfels Herald-Ze/ft//?^ Wednesday, July 31,1985 Briefly Course schedules August tournaments The next Guys and Dolls tournament at Landa Park Golf Course will be Aug. 8 beginning at 9 a.m. The father-son tournament will be Aug. ll beginning at IO a.m. Competition will be divided into divisions according to the ages of the sons. The next Elks tournament will be Aug. 13 starting at 9 a.m. The Junior City Championship is scheduled for Aug. 16 beginning at 9 a.m. The tournament is open to Comal County residents 18 and under. Boys and girls will compete by age divisions. The men’s City Championship wraps up this weekend and the women’s tournament will be Saturday and Sunday at the course. Starting times both days is 10:30 a.m. For more information on any tournaments, call the pro shop at 625-3225. SV volleyball sets workouts All girls interested in playing volleyball at Smithson Valley High School this fall should report to the school between 8 a.m. and ll a.m. on Aug. 8 to pick up equipment. Practice begins Aug. 12, with junior varsity and varsity players working out from 9 a.m. to noon and freshmen from 12:30 p.m. to3:30p.m. Players must turn in all forms on Aug. 8. Pick-up volleyball begins Aug. 7 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be sponsoring pick-up volleyball every Wednesday from 7 p.m. to 9 p.m. at the Academy St. Gym beginning Aug. 7. The program will run through Dec. 18. Registration fee is $5 for the season. Contact the Landa Recreation Center at 629-6196 for more information. Junior Football sign-up under way Registration for the seventh season of the New Braunfels Junior Football league is under way and will last through Aug. IO at the luanda Recreation Center. Registration times are I p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday and IO a m. to noon on Saturdays. Entry fee is |20 per player. The fee includes equipment and insurance. A copy of a birth certificate and a physical are required before the child can participate. New players will have a chance to show their skills to coaches on Aug. IO. A draft system will be used to place players on teams on Aug 12. Players from last year will play on the same team. Games will be played at the New Braunfels Middle School on Mondays, Tuesdays. Wednesdays and Saturdays starting at 5 30 p.rn For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 629-6196 or Larry Goff at 629-4441. Basic kayaking lessons offered Aug. 13 14 Basic ka> aking lessons will be offered again by the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department on Aug 13 and 14 from 7 p m to 9 p.m. The course fee is $15. Rolling lessons will also be offered on Aug. 21. For more information call 629-6196 Scoreboard On the air Major League boxes HOUSTON CINCINNATI ab r h bi ab r h br WEDNESDAY TELEVISION Doran 2b 5 0 0 0 Milner cf 3 12 0 6 35 p m Baseball San Diego at Atlanta CRenlds ss 4 0 2 0 Venable lf 3 10 0 WTBS Bass ct 3 0 0 0 Rose 1b 4 110 7 p.m. General National Sports Festival Cruz lf 3 0 2 0 Parker rf 4 12 1 baseball and basketball. ESPN Muphry rf 3 0 0 0 Bell 3b 4 0 2 2 GDavis 1b 4 0 0 0 C ne pen ss 3 0 11 THURSDAY TELEVISION Bailey c 110 0 Oester 2b 3 0 10 I p m Baseball: St Louis at Chicago. WGN Mizerock c 2 0 0 0 Biirdek) c 4 0 0 0 6 35 p m Baseball San Diego at Atlanta, Rivera 3b 2 0 10 Soto p 4 0 0 0 WTBS CJones pb 10 10 7 p.m. — Boxing, ESPN Ryan p 10 0 1 9 p m General National Sports Festival, Walling ph 10 10 boxing and men s gymnastics. ESPN Calhoun p 0 0 0 0 Dawley p 0 0 0 0 Spilmn ph 10 0 0 Total* 31 1 7 I Totals 32 4 9 4 Houston 010 OOO 000-1 Local sports Cincinnati........ Game Winning RBI 200 OOO 20x-4 Forker (12l THURSDAY Football Texas High School Coaches Association All Stat Game Texas Stadium. Irving SATURDAY Golf Men s and Women s City Championship tournament landa Park Golf Course Texas League By Th* Associated Press SECOND HALF EASTERN DIVISION I- Calhoun DP Cincinnati 1 LOB Houston 9 Cincinnati 8 2B Milner Rivera. CReynolds Walling, Cruz 3B Milner SB Oester (3) S Venable SF Ryan W L Pct GB Jackson (Mats. 22 14 611 i Arkansas Cards* 19 18 514 3'A Shreveport (Giants* 18 19 486 4H Tulsa (Rangersi 18 19 486 4'4 WESTERN DIVISION x-EI Paso (Brewers) 26 ll 703 Beaumont (Padres1 17 37 459 7W Midland lAngeisi 14 23 378 12 San Antonio i Dodgers < 14 24 368 12 VY IP H R ER BB SO Houston Ryan L.8 9 6 7 2 2 2 7 Calhoun 13 1 2 I 1 0 Dawley 1231 0 0 0 0 Cincinnati Soto W IO ll ______ 9 7 1 I 5 8 T 2 40 A 26.822 TEXAS MILWAUKEE ab r h bi ab r h bi McDwel cl 4 112 Molitor 3b 5 0 1 0 Harrah 2b 4 0 10 Yount cf 4 1 3 0 OBrten 1b 4 111 Cooper 1b 4 0 0 0 Ward lf 4 0 0 C Smrnn* dh 3 2 I I DW alk r dh 2 0 0 0 Oglivie lf 4 I 3 2 CJhnsn db 2 0 10 Riles ss 4 1 2 0 Wright rf 3 0 0 0 Gantnr 2b 4 0 I 0 Petralli C 2 0 0 0 Hsehtdi rf 4 I I I Stain ph 1 0 0 0 CMoore c 4 0 I 2 Brummr c 0 0 0 0 Buechie 3b 3 0 10 Tolleson ss 3 110 32 3 6 3 * first half division champion Tuesday'! Gamas El Paso 5 Shreveport 4 San Antonio 6. Tulsa 5 Midland 4 Arkansas 2 Beaumont 2. Jackson I (I Si Today a Gamas El Paso at Shreveport San Antonio at Tulsa Arkansas at Midland Jackson at Beaumont Totals Texas ........... Milwaukee Game Winning RBI Totals 36 « 13 6 102 OOO OOO 3 OOO 103 20* 6 CMoore (51 E Molitor DP Texas I, Milwaukee 2 LOB Texas 2. Milwaukee 7 26 Yount 3, Ogtivie 38 CMoore HR OBnan ll3), McDowell IHI, Simmons (Bl SB Ward(16i R ER BB SO Top 10 IP H Texas Hooton .513 9 Rozema 1,3 7 1 2 3 4 Schmidt .. I 0 Milwaukee Haas ..... ..5 3 McClure W,3 I 4 3 WP McClure T 2 21 A 3 3 0 3 0 9.278 DALLAS IAP) Heie are the pre season high school football rankings as selected by sport awn leis attending the Texas High School Coaches Association s coaching school Than 1984 records are rn paremheses CLASS 5A T aam    Pointe 1 Odessa Pennon <15-0 ll. .    135 2 Conto#HOA!    89 3 Converse Judson (11 2    Ii    73 4 Houston Yates (1021    56 5 Piano 111 Ii    42 6 Beaumont West Brook    HO 2l    39 7 Temple i9 3l    38 8 dial FW Carter (IOO 11    35 San Antonio Clark (10-11    .    35 IO Aldine i8 3)    34 CLASS 4A I. Tomball 14 I)    117 2 Bay City (ll ll    86 3 Corsicana IO ll    80 4 Sweetwater 121)    76 5 Denison (160i    71 6 Wichita Fails Huschi (IO 3)    50 7. Lubbock Estacado <5-5i    48 8 Gregory Portland (13-11    46 9 New Braunfels HO 2 I)    43 10 Cleburne (9 21    .......37 CLASS 3A 1. Hempstead < 12 2)    94 2 Vernon H 2 2 I)    84 3 Daingerfield 114 I I)    62 4 Waco Connelly (9 3l    53 5 Poet i8 3 I)    46 6 Navasota 9 2)    40 7. Medina Valley H 60)    35 8 Littlefield H 31)    33 9 (tie) Columbus (11-31    24 Wylie............ 24 CLASS 2A 1. Electra (11-1)    85 2 Hamlin (13-01)    69 3 Grand Salina si 141    61 East Bernard 114 I)    61 6 Pilot Point (IGI)    59 6 Alto HGI)    47 7. Groveton (13 3)    45 8 Abernathy HGI I)....... 33 9 Crandall (8 2 1)    25 10 Randolph (12 I)    23 CLASS A 1. Munday <1601    126 2. Union Hid (12 2)    '22 3. Wheeler OGI I)....... 55 4 Roscoe HG2I    47 6 Rung* 110-3)    45 6 (tie) Maypearl HGI)........ 32 Goldthwaite IGD    32 8 Valley View (9 31............... 26 9 Godley  .................... 2* 10 Celeste (54 2)................... Major League leaders By The Associated Presa AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bets) 354 R Henderson New Brett. York, Kansas City. 354 Boggs Boessn    Baltimore 328 Boerne Oexeno 32' R-lenderson New York 86 Ripken Battener* '3 A-.taxer Detroit 72 Molitor, V rwauxee 68 WmheSd New York 65 R8i E Murray Baltimore 78 Mattingly New York 7® Ripken, Baltimore 68 K Gibson Detroit 67 Rice Boston 67 HITS Boggs Boston 134 Wilson Kansas City 124 Whitaker Detroit. 123 Garcia Toronto 12' Mattingly New York 120 DOUBLES Mattingly New York, 31 Bucknei Boston. 28 Boggs Boston 27: G Walker. Chicago, 25 Cooper, Milwaukee 24 Gaerti Minnesota 24 M Davis Oakland 24 TRIPLES Wilson Kansas City 13. Puckett, Minnesota 10. Butler Cleveland. 8 Cooper Milwaukee, 8 7 are tied with 5 HOME RUNS Fisk Chicago. 27. Da Evans Detroit. 22 G Thomas Seattle 22. Kingman Oakland 22, Presley Seattle. 22 STOLEN BASES R Henderson New York 46 Butler Cleveland. 31 Wilson Kansas City 31 Penis California. 30. Collins. Oakland. 25 Garcia Toronto 25 Moseby. Toronto 25 PITCHING (8 decisions! Guidry New York 13 3 813. 2 88 Birtsas Oakland 7 2, 778, 3 12, Romanies California. 12 4    750    2    94 Saberhagen, Kansas City 12 5    706    2    85 Cowley New York 9-4    692 3 88 J Howell. Oakland 9 4 692. 2 05 Key Toronto 94 692 2 69 STRIKEOUTS Blyleven Cleveland 129 Morris Detroit, 126 F Bannister, Chicago 114 Burns, Chicago, 113, Win. California 111 SAVES Quisenberry Kansas City 23. Her nande/. Detroit. 21; J Howell. Oakland, 20. D Moor* California 19 Rig hem New York 18 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (240 at bats! McGee St Louis 346 Guerrero. Los Angeles 328 Hen St Louis 324 Parker, Cincinnati 302, Gwynn San Diego 301 Templeton. Sen Diego, 301 RUNS Morphy Atlanta 78 Coleman St Louis 71 Rames. Montreal, 71. Guerrero Los Angeles 70 McGee St Louis 66 Sandberg Ch.cago 66 RBI Murphy Atlanta 77; J Clark St Louis 75 Herr St.Louis 74 Patkei Cincinnati 73 G Wilson Philadelphia. 66 HITS McGee St Louis 124 Gwynn Sen Diego 118. Hen St Louts. 116 Parker. Cincinnati 114 Murphy. Atlanta 109 DOUBLES Wallech Montreat 26 Gwynn San Diego. 23 Hernandez New York 23 Hen St Louis 23 5 are tied with 22 TRIPLES McGee. St Louis 12 Retries Montreal 8 Samuel Philadelphia 8 Coleman St Louis. 7. Gladden. San Francisco 6 HOME RUNS Murphy, Atlanta 26 Guerrero Los Angeles 23 Horner, Atlanta 20 J Clark St Louis 20, Parker Cincinnati 18 STOLEN BASES Coleman St Louis 70. McGee St Louis 39 Raines Montreal 38 Lopes Chicago. 37 Redos, Cincinnati 36 PITCHING 18 decisions! Franco Cincinnati 9 I 900, 2 28 Gooden, New York 16 3. 842, 1 65 Hawkins San Diego 13 3 813 3 11 Anduiar St Louis 174 810, 2 31 Hershieei Loa Angeles ll 3. 786.241 STRIKEOUTS Gooden. New York 173, Soto, Cincinnati. 149 Ryan, Houston, 146 Valenzuela Loa Angeles 138 J DeLeon. Pittsburgh 116 SAVES Reaidon, Montieal 25 Le Smith Chicago 22 Go stage San Diego, 21. Power Cincinnati 18 Sutler Atlanta 17 • i un mu; Dodge Plymouth I ll Kl sill Dodge NEW BRAUNFELS 625-3463 Plymouth 1979 Chew. Luv P/U Blue 4 cyl, 4 speed, A/C AM/FM Stereo Good Transportation 1983 Chev. Caprice Classic Sta. Wagon V-8, AT, PS, PB, AJO, 9 pass 1982 Oatsun 210 Sta. Wagon 4 cyl, 5 speed, A/C Super Clean 1979 Dodge Vs Ton Club Cab SWB V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C    Camper 1981 Mere. Lynx Wagon 4 cyl, AT, PS, PB, AZC, AM/FM 8 Track i960 Ply. TC3 Hatchback 4 cyl, 4 speed, A/C, AM/FM 'Good Transportation 1983 Dodge Ramcharger 4x4 Tutone Blue V-8, 4 speed, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, AM/FM Stereo 1981 Dodge Club Cab LWB Maroon/White V-8. AT, PS, PB, AZC, Tilt Qrea( Dea( Royal Package 1984 Dodge Maxivan 12 Pass, Dual AZC, AM/FM Cassette Royal SE Package 1983 Chev. Monte Carlo White V-8, AT, PS, PB, A/C, AM/FM, St., Power Window, Seat Locks, Tilt, Cruise 1982 Olds 91 Reg. Brougham 4 Dr. V-8, AT, PS, PB, AZC, Tilt, Cruise, AM/FM St., Power Windows, Seat, Locks 1984 Chrysler Lebaron Town & Country Sta. Wagon *9795 4 cyl., AT, PS, PB, A/C, Tilt, Cruise, Power Windows Seat, Lockes, AM/FM Stereo 15,(XX) Miles *3295 *9395 *4395 *3995 *4595 *3195 *10,495 *6295 *13,795 *8495 *9895 dependable dependable White-winged dove season may be cancelled this year By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Lower Rio Grande Valley stands to lose millions of dollars in tourism business this fall if the white-winged dove season is called off, officials say. The Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission was scheduled to meet today to discuss the matter, which surfaced because of an unusually low white-winged dove population this year. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service already has cut the two-weekend season rn September to one weekend. The Texas commission could completely scratch the season, which draws about 45,000 hunters to the Rio Grande Valley each year. “It’s traditionally a major hunting event in Texas going back 40 years or more,” said Ron George, a biologist with the Texas Parks and Wildlife Commission in Austin. The white-winged dove hunting season means millions of dollars a year in business for the Lower Rio Grande Valley, said another biologist, Gary Waggerman of the agency’s office in McAllen. “We’re talking money,” he said. “The department itself stands to lose a quarter of a million dollars from the whitewinged dove stamps.” Hunters have to purchase the $6 each stamps before they are licensed to hunt white-winged doves. Proceeds from the stamps goes to land purchase to increase natural habitats for wildlife, Waggerman said. Wildlife experts say the whitewinged dove population is down because its normal habitat of citrus trees was severely damaged by the winter freeze of 1983. “About 54 percent of the citrus acreage was bulldozed,” George said. “The remaining citrus has been severely pruned to remove dead limbs.” Many birds have nested in surrounding brush, but heavy rains in June and early July washed away the nests and the eggs, George said. Spring breeding counts, he said, indicated 361,000 white-winged doves in the valley, the primary spot for hunting the fowl. That total is about 30 percent below average. “The white-winged dove is basically a tropical species that caches the normal limits of its -ange in South and West Texas,” be said. R&H STORES Big Warehouse Store To Serve You 330 Landa Street Super Store With Super Buys __We    Reserve    Unlit    Rights__ CASE OF PRINT ERROR STORE PRICES PREVAIL Super Specials Thurs. thru Wed Aug 7 STRAIGHT WHISKEY 1.75 Lt. J.T.S. Brown 86*...............9.19 1.75 Lt. Jim Beam 80*.................10.49 1.75 Lt.    Ezra Brooks 90*................12.49 1.75 Lt.    Old Charter 86*................12.49 1.75 Lt. Evan Williams Bl. 90*...........11.99 1.75 Lt.    Ancient Age 86*............... 10.99 1.75 Lt.    Jack Daniel Bl. 90*.............18.99 VODKA, GIN & TEQUILA 1.75 Lt. Regal Vodka 80*................6.49 1.75 Lt. Kamchatka Vodka 80*...........6 99 1.75 Lt. 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