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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Cards stifle KC New Texas October Page 7A LOUIS AP Theres nothing left to II Urt Kansas City Royals dont know what to do by nothing Dick HowSer can tell them will mean very its too late for the manager said following Wednesday nights 30 loss to the Louis Cardinals that brought the Royals to the brink of elimination in the World 1 dont mean that he But for me to sit up there and tell them this is a doordie situation and all that we wont get into The players know With one more the Cardinals will win their second World Series in four Were Just counting on Danny Jackson to have an outstanding game like the first time he pitched against Howser Jackson was the loser in the Cardinals 31 openinggame victory despite allowing only four hits and striking out seven The problem then was that he was pitching against John the winner with 6 23 innings of onerun Jackson wont have that problem tonight because on Wednesday night Tudor shut down the Royals on five hits and struck out It gave the Cardinals a 31 lead in the bestof seven Series with the fifth game tonight if the final two next weekend in Kansas The Royals are facing enormous Only five times in the 82 years of the World Series has a team down 31 ever won most recently the 1979 Pittsburgh And no team that lost its first two Series games at as Kansas City has Cards talking about MVP come back to win It The Royals have been in this situation most recently against Toronto in the American League We didnt we didnt we didnt we didnt give Royals slugger George Brett and were sure as hell not going to give up Weve come too far to give But Mowser acknowledged that theres no comparison between last week and Those were the This is the World There is a he Id like to say its the Were in the same But theres still more at So with survival on the the 23yearold 1412 during the regular will be pitching against Bob 96 as a spot starter and long a 35yearold right was ineffective in his only playoff ap giving up two runs in 3 13 innings against the Los Angeles No said Hes a starting pit cher on a National League championship Are the Cardinals the best team Kansas City has faced this year Theyre the best weve played in the last couple of Howser But who struck out twice Wednesday night and looked bad doing it in the eighth in ning Said the Royals were facing the best this better than the Blue Theyre the most fundamental baseball team theres been in a long Brett They dont make theyve got solid pitching and theyve got a lot of They got the pitching Wednesday They didnt need the After three games of scfawhing for they got them with faw power against Bud Tito Landrum shanked a home run down the rightfield line in the second inning and Willie McOee pulled one over the leftfield wall in the And Terry Pendletons triple to the wall in lefteenter field in the fifth preceded catcher Tom Nietos suicidesqueeze Brett sliced a single to left to start the seventh when Jim Sundberg punched a oneout single to Todd Worrell began warming up in the Louis Darryl Motley filed to but Tudor walked Steve Balboni to load the Tudor was pitching around the Royals leading homerun thinking he would face weak hitting Buddy Thats why I sent pitching coach Mike Roarke out to Cards Manager Whitey Herzog I dont know if John forgot that they could pinch hit for him or Then Tudor said he saw Hal McRae taking off his jacket and heading for the bat The first thing that went through my Tudor Im in a lot of the Royals designated hitter during the season but reduced to pinchhitting in this DHless batted for Biancalana and hit the first pitch to the third who stepped on the bag for the inningending force It was Kansas Citys last chance in the Tonight may be the Royals last chance in the Surprise squeeze sealed outcome LOUIS AP The Louis Cardinals are close enough to total victory to begin thinking about which of them will be voted most valuable player of the World Cardinal first baseman Jack Clark has already cast his vote for left hander John I would have to think Hes probably the best pitcher in Clark said following Tudors 30 victory over Kansas City in Wednesday nights fourth game of the If we go on and hes been the I guess I did just about everything I was supposed to said whose eightstrikeout masterpiece gave the Cardinals a 31 lead in the bestofseven Everything was I had real good command of all my He had his best Clark When you think youre going to get that you get a screwball or a Louis second baseman Tommy Herr said Tudor was at his best against Kansas City pinchhitter Hal a nemesis from Tudors days in the American McRae came up with the bases loaded in the seventh Hes had good success in the past against The scouting reports showed Herr If they get a big hit its a different But swinging at the first hit a grounder to third baseman Terry who stepped on the bag to end Kansas Citys only major Tudor got the only run he needed on a secondinning home run by the clubs leading postseason Tito whose Series batting mark is almost 200 points above the team It was a good pitch on the outside Landrum said of the pitch from Kansas City lefthander that he drove over the rightfield LOUIS AP Kansas City catcher Jim Sundberg knows the reputation of the gofor broke Louis who are liable to do anything at any time in a baseball So it came as no great shock to Sundberg when Tom Nieto dropped down a suicidesqueeze bunt to deliver the Cards final run in Wednesday nights 30 victory over the Royals in Game 4 of the World But on a 32 when a foul ball would mean a strikeout Its a guessing Sundberg Sometimes you win and sometimes you They tried the squeeze on the first There was a chance they would try it Terry Pendleton was on third with a triple with one out in the fifth inning and starting his first World Series was coming The catcher bunted on the first pitch and pitcher Bud Black and first baseman Steve Balboni let the ball roll Had it stayed Pendleton would have scored I tried to be a little too fine with Nieto If Sundberg still was concerned with the Black was He swung at the 01 the pitcher But they do squeeze a The count went to 22 when Sund berg guessed squeeze again and called for a He was one pitch Ive squeezed a lot this Nieto but never on it didnt surprise me when I saw the Im not going to hit a lot of home runs or hit I have to do the fundamentals Ive always been a pretty good You cant look for a You cant look for a You cant look for You dont have time to think about Its a suicide Thats what it is suicide if you Nieto didnt El Paso back gains 419 yards By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Football opponents of El Paso Austin High havent been able to keep Steven Lee from whistling or Lee says he sings and whistles to himself to forget a short gain or a hard tackle by the op He didnt do much singing or whistling last Friday Lee ran his way into the state schoolboy record book with 419 yards rushing on 22 carries and touchdown runs of 63 and three Lees the ninth 400yard plus rushing performance in Texas schoolboy earned the 175 speedster a spot on The Associated Press Schoolboy Honor The other teams are really looking for Lowenberg They say things to him to try to get him but he just comes back to the huddle whistling and keeps on Lees 419 yards ranks seventh on the alltime single game rushing list behind Houston Marions Rudy the all time leader with 599 yards against Memorial Hall in Lees performance is a Class 5A sur passing the former record of 356 yards by Odessas Ken White in a game against Borger in The 20year old 5A record fell twice last week because San Antonio Highlands running back Bobby Barnes rushed 364 yards on 21 carries in a 6016 victory over San Antonio Barnes scored touchdowns on runs of and one Hallettsvilles Jerome McAfee rushed 332 yards on 29 carries and had three touchdown runs in a 27 24 victory over In other outstanding performances Diboll running back Rodney Grant rushed only eight times but scored four touchdowns and gained 263 yards rushing in a 530 victory over His touchdown runs went 75 and 46 Stamfords Tim Delce rushed 22 times for 112 yards and touchdowns of six and 28 yards and returned punts 71 and 70 yards for touchdowns in a 426 victory over Delce has returned four punts and three kickoffs for touchdowns this Port Arthur Lincoln quarterback Charles McElroy completed 12 of 19 passes for 279 including 73 and seven yard touchdowns in a 1910 victory over Austins Todd Vaught caught five passes for 131 including a 7 yard Port Arthur Jeffersons Aaron Prater con tributed three touchdowns to a 4114 victory over Beaumont West Prater rushed 174 yards on 21 carries and scored on runs of 67 and 46 He caught two passes for 34 including a 31 yard Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 7 Baseball World Kansas City at FRIDAY TELEVISION 7 Basketball Boston at New 8 FRIDAY RADIO 8 Football New Braunfels at Debbie Smith 0 6 1 4 10 Heather 6 9 6 17 Linda 5 1 8 10 Jana Roxane Hob Michelle Butler Teri Linda Krista Kelli 2 2 27 22 9 6 8 21 0000 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 1 0 0 Local sports THURSDAY 6 Volleyball Southside junior varsity at Smithson FWPAV Football Bandera at Smithson Football Mew Braunfels at i Volleyball Smithspn Valley at District 273A tournamsnt Cross country New Braunfels at District 134 A 1 1 Volleyball Mew Braunfels junior varsity at District volleyball U6 AMJittf ncMfatetcfaii pfltaii A B K f 34 14 3 16 28 Totals 59 43 22 71 111 Canyon 60 points A A B K P Sheila Soechting 21 13 3 22 28 Kim Krieg 45 8 0 3 9 Liana Tyler 5 12 10 59 44 Nancy Tieken 2 9 10 36 31 Kathryn Kyle 0 1 3 6 6 TaraCappleman 2 12 3 9 21 Cheryl Butler 0 5 3 3 9 Kara Dtiskill 0 0 0 7 5 Renata Rittimann 0 0 0 0 0 Joyce Abel 0 0 0 0 0 Totals 76 60 32 145 152 Smithson Valley 40 points A A B K P Tiffany Reene 24 15 1 7 21 Susan Davu 16 17 0 13 29 Shalynn McCoy 5 3 12 18 RoxanneWehe 1 13 2 3 18 CarolynHull 0 0022 feuce 0 0 2 4 5 Laurie Hughes 0 3 0 4 7 AlissaHeathcock 1 2 0 4 Mewie Fois 1 2 0 3 6 BrendaWehe Q 0 0 1 1 43HMI SAN FRANCISCO GIANTS Named Bob Lillis thirdbase BASKETBALL National Basketball League DALLAS MAVERICKS Placed Charlie on injured INDIANA PACERS Acquired Clint from the Philadelphia 76ers for two future secondround draft SEATTLE SUPERSONICS Traded Jon to the San Antonio Spurs for a 1986 secondround drat Placed Jeff on injured FOOTBALL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS Placed Steve Bar on the injured reserve BUFFALO BILLS Waived Buster tight CLEVELAND BROWNS Activated Cody offensive Released DALLAS COWBOYS Activated Howard offensive Placed Crawford on the injured reserve KANSAS CITY CHIEFS Signed Mike running NEW YORK JETS Waived Jim Steve offensive and Doug Howard and Dave Todays Game Kansas City Jackson 1412 at Louis Forsch Saturdays Game Louis at Kansas if necessary Sundays Game Louis at Kansas if necessary Box score World Series By The Associated Prsts Saturdays St Louis Kansas City 1 Transactions BASEBALL National LMgut Kansas City 2 Kansas City St Louis 1 Louis Kansas City Louis leads series World Series Game 4 Kansas City at StLouis Kansas City r h bi ab r h bi LSmith H 4000 McGee cf 3121 Wilson cf 4010 OSmith ss 2000 Brett 3b 4010 Hen 2b 3010 White 2b 4000 JCIark 1b 010 Sundbrg c 4010 Landrm If 4111 Motley rf 4000 Cedeno rf 3000 Balboni 1b 2010 VanSlyk rf 0000 Bincian ss 2000 Pendrtn 3b 3110 McRae ph 1000 Nieto c 1001 Concpin ss 0000 Tudor p 3000 Black p 1000 Wathan ph 1000 Beckvrth p 0000 Jones ph 1010 Quisnbry p 0000 ToUU 3 0 5 0 25 3 6 3 City OOP 000 0000 StLouis 011 010 Game Winning RBI Landrum OP Kansas City 108 Kansas City StLouis 28 38 HRLandrum McGee S IF H R EH BB SO Black 01 S 43333 Beckvjoth 2 1 0 0 0 3 Quisnbery 1 1 0 0 2 0 8 SV boys win 273A meet BANDERA Smithson Valleys varsity cross country team captured first place at the District 273A meet in Bandera Wed nesday Junior Danny Rettele led the Rangers with a first place finish in a time of Sophomore Robert Black finished second and senior Jonathan Sherwood Other top Smithson Valley runers were Richard Acree Andy Rendon ninth and Gary Fleming The Rangers finished the meet with 19 Cole finished second With 49 points and Floresville third with Those boys did a heck of a said Smithson Valley Coach John The times werent very good because the course was tougher this year and it was run in the heat of the but they ran very We were expecting to have a dogfight but it didnt turn out that We ran very he The team will take part in the Region IV meet at Fort Sam Houston in San Antonio on The varsity girls finished third at the led by Carolyn Rices second place finish with a time of Bandera won first place while Boerne took Other Smithson Valley runers were Kim Lolita Mar Jessica Beth Erica Sweeney and Tammy In the junior varsity Smithson Valley sophomore Alan Shelley finished first while fellow Ranger Shawn Cooper placed Briefly Wurtstf est golf set 23 The Randolph and New Braunfels Rotary Clubs are sponsoring a Wurstfest Golf Tournament It is sanctioned by the Wurstfest For more information call Len Boyd at 6587411 or Mickey Phair at NBMS basketball sweeps Canyon New Braunfels Middle School girls seventh and eighth grade basketball teams earned victories over Canyon New Braunfels eighth grade team improved its record to 33 with a 3029 The seventh grade team increased its record to 60 with a 1410 win over Both New Braunfels teams will host Briesemeister on On 31 and NBMS will host the South Texas Athletic Con ference tournament for seventh The eighth grade team will play at the tournament in San Walkf est to be 23 in park The annual Wurstfest which is sponsored by the New Braunfels MarschundWandergru will be 23 beginning at 8 at Wurst World in Landa Preregistration is and that the IW stamp and Preregistration with the stamp only is Preregistration ends and all registration is after Myron Floren will be taking the 10 km walk on Sunday beginning at 8 and anyone who wishes can walk the course with For more call Herb or Dennis Her Wurstfest tourney set for November The New Braunfels Tennis Associations annual Wurstfest Tennis Tournament is scheduled for the weekends of 23 and 9 Senior divisions will play the first weekend and the second weekend is for open division The tournament is sponsored by Miller High Life Brewing of New Entry forms are available at Braunfels Sporting Goods and Sport Call 6253672 for more in Wurst run set for 9 Registration forms are now available for the 1985 Wurst Five Mile Run for which will be held on All proceeds from the run will benefit the Comal Division of the American Heart The preregistration fee is until The late registration and day of race entry fee is The race will start at al the Landa Park Train Each runner will receive a Wurstfest entry ticket and a Wurst 5Mile Run T Entry forms are available at Sport Braunfels Sporting Goods and the Landa Recreation For more contact Robin Bell Monday through Friday 1 Antlerless permits issued next week The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will issue antlerless deer permits for Comal County on Monday and Tuesday from 8 to noon and 1 to 5 in tho New Braunfe Police Department A map with antlerless fkvi issuance compartments and issuance rates will be posted in the Courthouse prior to the issuance To qualify for a landowner must or control acreage equal to at onehalf of the permit issuance rait of the compartment where is Landowners or their agents ure urged to pick up permits or the scheduled issuance dates Miller Lite set volleyball event Miller Lite and the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department are sponsoring the 1985 Volleywurst volleyball tournament 23 at Haymarket Competition will be in womens open 2i and corec open 3 with a maximum of 12 teams per The entry fee is with proceeds going for multiple sclerosis Starting time both days is 8 The tournament will be a double and awards will be presented for second and third All participants will receive an entry ticket to Dealine for entries is Managers can register at the Ianda Recreation or send a check made out to the City of New Braunfels to the rec attention Robin 164 Landa Park Lei Us Tune your Car AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO Jbb LANDA SUITfc P OWNER GENE SAEGERT MIDIAND digital with scan and 1 CLARION digital I with scan I AUDIOVOX digital MARANTZ 16 only 1 CRAIG scan PIONEER digital memory NEW ULTAMATE 6X9 Honycomb Car Stereos Installation are our specialty nut just a sideline We dlsu install CBs Antennas Tudor 20 9 S 0 0 1 i Kb I AL HtPAiKb fHtfc ESTIMATES   

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