New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 16, 1985, Page 9

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 16, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Cards sweep Pirates to regain first place TANK MCNAMARA GiMMKX IO AW A SETi0Ep MTO '^AW S&tk S " VuA9<-l£P -(Jf? JCXX-y COMMIX AIS Sot i-icxA. owo a ex? rut TAG UKJ& ^ uuAir! ^ kov TfclGGGf?1 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Pennant pressure is starting to build in the National league East, a division where you sometimes need to win more than once a day to stay in first place. The St. Louis Cardinals proved that to the New York Mets Thursday, sweeping a double-header from the Pittsburgh Pirates, 3-1 and 4-3, while the Mets could manage only a 10-7 victory over the Philadelphia Phillies. The Cardinals regained a share of first place in the NL East as they tied theAlets at 69-43. Ozzie Snuth finished the day with a bases-loaded walk in the 12th inning, forcing in the winning run Astros 4, Giants I Mike Scott scattered six hits and retired 16 of the last 17 batters. 13 of them consecutively. Scott. 12-6, helped give the Astros a 9-2 record against San Francisco this season Houston has won 15 of its last 17 games with the Giants. Orioles 9, Rangers 1 The Baltimore Orioles are finally un a roll and that s welcome news for manager Earl Weaver Baltimore's victory over Texas enabled the Orioles to win their third in a row and fifth of the last six games. Cal Kipken Jr.’s three-run homer in the five-run second inning keyed the Orioles triumph It was Kipken's 18th homer of the season and the 100th of his career He has 82 HBI. second to team leader Eddie Murray's 88. and has scored 80 runs. Expos 7, Cubs 3 Vance Law’s two-run homer helped send the Cubs to their 10th loss in ll games Montreal scored three times in the second inning, twice on a bases-loaded double by Tim Raines, who also stole his 46th base Mets 10, Phillies 7 Though the> scored five runs off Dwight Gooden rn five innings, the Phillies and their five pitchers could not hold off the Mets Gooden's no-decision kept his personal 12-game w inning streak intact Dodgers 5, Braves 4 Pmch-hitter Tern Whitfield's two-out. two-run homer rn the bottom of the eighth inning gave lx>s .Angeles a American National League League By The Associated Press By The Associated Press East Division East Division W L Pct GB W L Pct GB Toronto 72 42 632 New Von* 69 43 616 Nee. York 64 48 571 7 St Louis 69 43 616 Detroit 60 53 531 ll j Mont* 65 49 570 5 Bai* m re 68 54 5’8 13 Ch.cago 55 57 491 14 Boston 57 55 509 14 Phiia 52 61 460 17 7 M*iwk.e 51 60 459 19 i P'ttsbrgr 33 297 35 : Clevind 38 75 336 33 2 West Division West Division cosAr^eies 68 4a 607 California 65 49 570 Cinema 59 53 527 9 Kansas O'v 61 50 550 2 . San D*ego 6G 54 526 9 Oakland 61 53 535 4 Houston 53 60 469 15 7 Chcago 55 56 495 8 Atlanta 49 63 438 19 Seatt*e 53 62 461 12 7 SanFrncsc 43 ?C 381 25 > Minnesota 52 61 460 12 -j Thursday s Games Te»as 42 71 372 22 2 Ne* York * 0 P* 'ode O'* a 7 Thursday s Games St Louis 3 Pirtsturgh I I st aa*-ie Cleveland 7 Detroit 6 St Louis 4 Pittsburgh 3 12 • Baltimore 9 Te*as 1 nmgs 2no game M r -es ta 1 4 Seattle 5 Montreat 7 Chicago 3 Vi!vyaukee7 Chicago 5 -lousto*- 4 San Francisco 1 Today s Games C * - .anat 5 San Diego IO Cleveland Heaton 6 t2r at Detrot rnmngs O Neat 55 n Los Angeles 5 At .anta 4 Kansas C fv leihrandt ’C 6 a* Today s Games Torontc Ke,94 . Int Philadelphia Haney 96 I at Boston .Boyd 11 IO! It Ne* York Chicago Botesno 0 2 Conley 105 n Ne a York Lynch 10 5 I* Pm Ie»as Rjsse* 0-2' it Bai* imore spurge. Phoden 6 ' 3 h. D Martin*/ 8 7 tnt V- e-trea. tasaev SH a t St Seattle iS* '* 4 6 at M nnesota Lours Forsch 4 5 - S hr am 812 " Cincinnaf Soto IO 13* at Ho* uston Chicago Day* I <)• a M .y».*ee • "epee? 10-9 'n* Bur ria 6 9 in* Ana* ta Mar-ier 16 ’0* at San Oak.*nd Br'sa>92 at Ca* rf or nta D«ego nan*ms la 4 n ■ C**xSe ana I O' rn Los Angeles 'Reuss 107* at San Francrsco ■ B'ue 54' nt Briefly seventh straight victory Fernando Valenzuela. 14-8, also won his seventh straight. Reds 5, Padres 4 Pmch-hitter Tom Perez's single with two out in the 10th inning drove in Ron (Jester Cincinnati wasted a 4-0 lead, surrendering four runs in the ninth inning, but John Franco came on to retire a batter for his 10th straight victory Foursome wins Elks tournament The team of Charlie Wagenfuehr, W Amacher. Jim Carr and Chick Hams won the Elks Golf Tournament at Landa Park Golf Course Tuesday with a score of 59 The team of Ray Sledge. Bill Adkins. Ken Gullet: and Helen Kitten took second place. Tom Yackinich, Neil Allen. Doug Scheel and Alice Chambles came in third. Rosemary Crouch was nearest the pin on the 12th hole in the women's division and Sledge was nearest the pin on the 15th hole in the men's division. The next tournament is scheduled for Sept. IO at 9 a m. BMS football players to meet next week Informational meetings for Bulverde Middle School football and their parents are scheduled for next week Eighth grade students who plan to participate should attend the meeting at 1:30 p.m. Monday in the school gymnasium. The seventh grade team will meet at 1.30 p.m. on Tuesday. Participants may pick up forms for physical emammations and insurance at the meetings or from the school office any weekday. The forms must be completed and returned to the school before the start of practice on Sept. 3. For more information, call Gay Morgan at 438-2235 Comal Ladies schedule meeting The Comal Ladies Monday .Afternoon Bowling League will have an organizational meeting for the fall season at 2 p.m. Monday at Comal Bowl. .All members and anyone wishing to join are urged t * attend. Registration extended for Junior Football Registration for the seventh season of the New Braunfels Junior Football League has been extended to Aug. 23. Players may register at the Landa Recreation Center from I p.m. to 8 p m Monday through Friday. Entry fee is $20 per player. The fee includes equipment and insurance. A copy of a birth certificate and a physical are required before a child may participate. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 629-6196 or Larry Goff at 629-4441. 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BMumont 8 Beaumont IO Sari Antonio8 2nd gam* T „'u« 4 Shf *v#pc»1 J jai* vmt'9 Artar*** 8 10 innings Today • Gam** Ii Pa*, ai M n* id I utaa ai Sm* *#purt Jack tor- a* A;* ar*** NFL Bv Th* A**octaiao Pr**» Retrial set in Tulane bribery case NEW ORLEANS AP* - A state judge said another trial will begin in three weeks on sports bribery charges against John "Hot Rod" Williams, the former Tulane University star accused of fixing two basketball games. District Judge Alvin Oser granted a mistrial on Thursday after agreeing with defense lawyers that prosecutors used dirty tricks rn trying to win a conviction. 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