New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 27, 1985, Page 7

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August 27, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 27, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly as Orioles drum Angels By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS How good was Eddie Murray against the California Angels? The crowd at Anaheim Stadium started giving him standing ovations in the fifth inning. “Why not? That’s the best performance anyone’s ever seen here," said California’s Reggie Jackson. “It’s the best performance anyone in baseball has seen the last IO years." Murray tied Baltimore records by hitting three home runs and driving in nine runs, leading a seven-homer attack Monday night as the Orioles crushed the Angels 17-3. "He earned the player-of-the-week award in one game," Jackson said. Murray, in the most productive game of a most productive career, drilled a three-run homer in the first inning, hit a solo shot in the fourth and belted a grand slam in the fifth. After the slam, the crowd of 25.805 stood in appreciation. The fans kept applauding when Murray went into the dugout, and Murray came back out to acknowledge the cheers. That was one of many standing ovations Murray got during the game.Royals 9, Rangers 2 George Brett continued his assault against Texas, homenng for the fourth straight game against them and driving in four runs as Kansas City downed the Rangers. Brett has seven homers and 21 RBIs in 34 at-bats against Texas this season Overall, he has five home runs and ll RBIs in his last six games Brett has 21 homers this yearCubs 10, Astros 4 "I did a lot tonight, it was really exciting." Steve Engel said. "I got my first win. my first home run and my first RHI rn the majors, but I was glad when we got the last out because I was really tired " Engel pitched the Cubs' first complete game since June 30 — their first rn 50 games — in just his fourth start in the majors His first major-league homer was good for three runs, his first major-league victory was a seven-hitter. Engel also had a run-scoring single for his first major-league run batted in.A's 3, Yankees 2 Dave Collins beat out an infield hit with the bases loaded and two outs rn the bottom of the 15th inning as Scoreboard On the air tuesday television 6 30 p m T *».>!!% u S Open USA 6 36 p m    Pittsburgh    a    Atlanta WTBS 7pm (tunny ESPN 7 30 p rn Hurl.d Chicago a Houston WGN TUESDAY RADIO 7 30pm Bassetta* Tetas st Chicag< KNHT EV WEDNESDAY TELEVISION SJO pm Tennis US Ope' USA Sp m Bowing ESPN WEDNESDAY RADIO 7 30pm tissetiad Texas a Ch*cegi. kNBT EV Local sports Texas League By Th* Associated Press SECOND HALE EASTERN DIVISIONAmerican League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB Toronto    78    47    624    — New York    73    50    593    4 Detroit    67    57    540    IO Baltimore    65    57    533    11W Boston    58    64    475    18 VV Milwaukee    56    66    459    20'Y Cleveland    44    80    355    33 N Wast Division California    71    54    568    - Kansas City    68    54    557    I H Oakland    65    60    520    6 Chicago    60    62    492    9N Seattle    57    68    456    14 Minnesota    55    67    451    14 S Texas    46    77    374    24 Monday's Gamas Cleveland 4 Milwaukee 3,1st game Milwaukee 8 Cleveland 3 2nd game Chicago 7. Boston 6,10 innings Kansas City 9 Texas 2 Toronto 4 Minnesota 3 Baltimore 17, California 3 Detroit 6 Seattle 3 Oakland 3 New York 2 15 innings Today s Games Boston iTruiillo 3 2' at Cleveland (Wardie S5i In) Texas 'Notes 4 7i at Chicago (Bums 138). In) Toronto ifiler 7-0) at Minnesota ‘Vida 13-101 In* Kansas City (Jackson 12 7* at Milwaukee IC OC anomer 3 31 Ini Baltimore McGregor 10-11) at California 'Witt ll 71 in! Detroit Tanana 7-11 * at Seattle Young 8 14), In) New York (Gu'dry 164' at Oakland (John 3-S*, in) tuesday 4 pm    Volleyball Round Rock freshman fund versify »arady at New Braunfels 4 30 p rn Volley bell Seguin trashmen lurid versify versay et Canyon 5pm    Volieybell Smithson Valley trash nan fund verity varsity et Westlake THURSDAY 3pm    Votteybei) New Braunfels freshman fund varsity varsity at Smithson Valley 5pm    Volleyball Canyon trashmen fund varsity varsity et West Campus W L Pct GB Jackson (Mats) 39 26 600 Shreveport (Giants) 35 29 547 3W x Arkansas (Cards) 30 36 462 9 Tulsa (Rangers) WESTERN DIVISION 29 36 453 9* x El Paso (Brewers) 44 18 710 Beaumont (Padres' 30 34 469 15 Midland (Angels! 26 38 406 19 San Antonio (Dodgers) 24 42 364 22 a test fialt division champion Mondays Gamas Beaumont 7, San Antonio 5 Tutee 5. Shreveport 4 Jackson I, Arkansas 0 El Paso 13. Midland 7 Today * Gam** El Paso at Beaumont San Antonio at Midland Arkansas st Shreveport Jackson st TulsaNational League By Tha Associated Press East Division W L Pct GB St. Louis    76    46    623    — New York    75    49    605    2 Montreal.    69    53    552    8H Chicago    61    61    500    15 Philadelphia    58    65    472    ISS Pittsburgh    39    82    322    36 Vi Wast Division Los Angeles    73    49    598 San Diego    67    58    536    7^ Cincinnati    64    58    525    9 Houston    56    67    455    17H Atlanta    51    71    418    22 San Francisco    48    75    390    25 'i Mondays Gamas San Francisco 7 Montreal 4 Los Angeles 6 New York I Philadelphia 4 San Diego 3 St Louis 3, Cincinnati 0 Atlanta 2. Pittsburgh 1 Chicago 10, Houston 4 Today's Gamas San Francisco iBtue 5-6) at Montreal iYoumans MI. In) Los Angeles Reuss 1*8) at New York 'Per nande* 5-71. In) San Diego (Thurmond 5-7) a? Philadelphia iDenny B IO). In) St Louis iTudor 15-8) at Cincinnati McGaffigan MI. mi Pittsburgh (Rhoden 8-13 at Atlanta Bedrosian SHI, In) Chicago Botelho 0 2 at Houston'N ekro SIO) in) Oakland outlasted New York. White Sox 7, Red Sox 6 Greg Walker homered with one out in the bottom of the 10th inning, leading Chicago over Boston in a seesaw, home-run battle.Blue Jays 4, Twins 3 Toronto reliever Tom Henke gave up his first run in 18 2-3 innings, but George Bell homered for the fourth straight game and helped the Blue Jays win in Minnesota.Braves 2, Pirates 1 "I can't guarantee we'll win 40 games in a row. but I think we're going to be competitive. We’ll do whatever is necessary to get the job done " That was the prediction of Bobby Wine Monday afternoon when he was named to replace Eddie Haas as the manager of stumbling Atlanta Just hours later, his Braves got the job done as they beat the PittsburghTigers 6. Mariners 3 Juan Berenguer pitched seven strong innings, and relievers Chuck Cary and Willie Hernandez got in and TANK MCNAMARA' out of trouble rn the ninth as Detroit won in Seattle. Pirates 2-1 to snap a six-game losing skid.Dodgers 6, Mots 1 Fernando Valenzuela has nine straight wins and leads the NL with 14 complete games .And though he wasn't particularly sharp Monday, giving up IO hits and allowing two runners to reach base in the ninth, Los Angeles Manager Tom Lasorda said he never thought about pulling himout.Cardinals 3, Reds 0 Danny Cox has pitched nine complete games and four shutouts this year. Three of the complete games and two of the shutouts have come against Cincinnati. In three starts, Cox has allowed the Reds one earned runPhillies 4, Padres 3 Juan Samuel’s single with the bases loaded and one out in the ninth inning scored Tom Foley and beat San Diego.Booster club sponsors Watermelon Party New Braunfels High School’s All-Sports Booster Club will have a Watermelon Party Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. in the NBHS cafeteria. The party will allow the public to meet the Unicom football, volleyball and cross country' teams.Thompson wins NBGA tournament B. Thompson fired a 133 to capture the New Braunfels Golf Association’s Championship Tournament on Saturday and Sunday. Thompson won the medal play, full handicap tournament by nine strokes over B. Reeh, who shot a 142. D. Goud finished third at 145 and R. Hansen and R. Sledge tied for fourth at 148. J. Rice won the B Flight with a 137. M. Garza placed second with a 139 and H. Lee took third w ith a 143. C. Messer won the C Flight with a 140 while A. Adams took second with a 143. B. Adkins' 143 earned him third place. September's tournaments will include the Sunday Scramble on Sept. 8, the Elks Tournament on Sept. IO. the Guys and Dolls Tournament on Sept. 19 and the luanda Ladies Fall Tournament on Sept. 24-25.Lyons aces number 15 Brian Lyons shot a hole-in-one on hole number 15 at the Landa Golf Course. His playing partners were Don Simon and Clayton Lee.Ladies golf clinic scheduled next month A ladies clinic will be held Sept. 16, 18 and 20 at the Landa Park Golf Course pro shop. The clinic will run from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. each day at a cost of $15. Call 625-3225 for more information. Booster club sponsors Watermelon Party New Braunfels High School's All-Sports Booster Club invites the public to a Watermelon Party Thursday, Sept. 29 at 8 p.m. in the NBHS cafeteria. The party will allow the public to meet the Unicom football, volleyball and cross country teams.Thompson wins NBGA tournament B. Thompson fired a 133 to capture the New Braunfels Golf Association’s Championship Tournament on Saturday and Sunday. Thompson won the medal play, full handicap tournament by nine strokes over B Reeh. who shot a 142. D. Goud finished third at 145 and R. Hansen and R. Sledge tied for fourth at 146. J. Rice won the B Flight with a 137. M Garza placed second with a 139 and H. Lee took third with a 143. C. Messer won the C Flight with a 140 while A. Adams took second with a 143. B Adkins' 143 earned him third place. September’s tournaments will include the Sunday Scramble on Sept. 8, the Elks Tournament on Sept. IO, the Guys and Dolls Tournament on Sept. 19 and the Landa Indies Fall Tournament on Sept. 24-25. Lyons acesnumber 15 ,Brian Lyons shot a hole-in-one on hole number 15 at the Landa Golf Course. His playing partners were Don Simon and Clayton Lee. Ladies golf clinic scheduled next month A ladies clinic will be held Sept. 16. 18 and 20 at the Landa Park Golf Course pro shop. The clinic will run from 5:30 p.m. to? p.m. each day at a cost of $15. Call 625-3225 for more information, Fall volleyball registration begins The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will conduct registration for the 1985 Fall Volleyball season Sept. 3-6. Entry fee for the Women's A. B. and C divisions are $15 sponsorship fee plus $5 per player. Entry fee for Co-Rec is $50 sponsorship plus $10 per player. For more information and payment of fees, call the luanda Recreation Center at 629-6196 from I p.m. to 8 p.m.SportsWorid Mysterious Horford may sign with LSU BATON ROUGE, la. AP) -Athletic officials said they hoped to clear up the mystery today surrounding a visit to Louisiana State University by Tito Horford, one of the most highly recruited high school basketball stars in the country. Horford. a towering 7-foot. 245-pound prep star from Houston, had been expected to announce that he would be attending LSU at a news conference scheduled for Monday afternoon. But USU Athletic Director Bill Brodhead said he called the session off after consulting * ith the NCAA New Orleans to bid for baseball team NEW ORLEANS (AP) - Gov. Edwin Edwards and New Orleans Mayor Ernest Modal announced they’re courting potential buyers for a major-league baseball franchise in New Orleans. Edwards said he will set up a statewide committee to search out people who have the money to own a team, which would probably play in the louisiana Superdome M.L. Carr retires from Celtics MARSHFIELD, Mass. (AP) M L Carr. a valuable sixth man and bench-riding cheerleader with the Boston Celtics, announced his retirement as a player.Manning quits pro football MANKATO, Minn, i AP) — Archie Manning, whose 14-year National Football league career was mostly spent as a scrambling New Orleans Saints quarterback, announced his retirement from professional foot-ball. 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