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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 6, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Alaskans pull into town on bike trip to Vermont Mark and Jeanne Larsen hiked through New Braunfels en route to a bicycle tour of the United States and eventually The couple were married last Its sort of our honeymoon The trip began in Cedar Utah and thus far has stretched through New and now After a ride down River Road and a night of the pair will head near Houston to visit the National Forest on to New Orleans and before trekk ing along the Eastern The final destination Is From they will fly to Europe and bike through the con The Larsens are from An Alaska where they are salmon They also worked in the oil fields which Is how they were able to save money for the If you dont have any house payments or car it is very said of the Of Texas Jeanne I knew it was but I didnt realize it was so They hope to be back in Alaska by the summer of which Is the start of the salmon fishing New Texas 1987 Page 9 A S A topples Sonics for 7 Conner takes possession Australia AP Under skies and in the stiff breeze that Dennis Conner the Cup officially returned to possession today in a ceremony at its home since Behind the Royal Perth Yacht Club and in front of the Swan at least people watched as the gleaming silver trophy was presented to Commodore Fred Frye of the San Diego Yacht Stars the clubs climaxed a fourrace sweep of Kookaburra the Australian on and Conner climaxed his threeyear mission to regain the cup he lost In 1983 the first skipper to do so in the events 132 This Is a dream come the 44yearold Conner said toward the end of the 55minute Its a super The band played Stars Stripes Forever as the strong the kind in which Stars Stripes was Moored just behind the award platform was Kookaburra Conners The city skyline shone underneath the bright after noon sun in the By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS SAN ANTONIO For the first time since the San Antonio Spurs have won seven in a put ting them one game shy of a club The Spurs defeated the Seattle Thursday That put the team close to record eightgame streaks set in 1970 and again in the 197879 They play the Rockets 10 at Houston after the AllStar We made a few mistakes in the fourth and they pushed us a little out of our Spurs Coach Bob Weiss We had some turnovers and miss ed shots the team hit just 21 percent of its tries in the but then we steadied and held The Spurs held a 7051 halftime San Antonio led by as many as 24 points in the third quarter when the Sonics stormed back to within two with left in the Forward Mike Mitchell grabbed an Alvin Robertson shot blocked by Alton Lister and fired it back in from seven feet to put the Spurs back up by four and the Sonics never got rumored to be on the trading had not seen action in the last five Spurs guard Jon Sundvold scored a careerhigh 25 including two long sailing He fueled the Spurs engine with 10 in Briefly N B Boosters offer luncheon with coaches Beginning New Braunfels High Schools Athletic Boosters will sponsor a monthly luncheon to allow the public to meet the Unicorn The luncheon will begin at noon at Western Steer The luncheon is Booster club president Gary Romine said participants will be able to visit with the coaches of the sport that is playing at the The luncheon will be planned on the second Monday of each month from now until the end of the school year and beginning again in Little League registers next two Saturdays The Bulverde Little League Softball and baseball organizations will have their registration on Saturday and again on at the Bulverde Baptist Church from 9 until Registration for the which includes players from the Valley is per The softball league is for girls ages 615 and the baseball league is for boys ages For more contact James or Betty Herrine at Umpires meeting set for Sunday The Amateur Softball Association District 40 Umpires meeting will take place on Sunday at 7 at Wholesale Beers off IH 35 by the Western Items on the agenda are as follows umpire state district and the 1987 umpires Anyone interested in umpiring should attend the Call Keith Maxwell at 6259774 or Danny Nueman at 3797123 for further TBall registration takes place 16 TBall registration is scheduled for 16 at the Seele School cafeteria until 8 Children must be 6 or 7 years old by July Proof of age will be required birth The registra tion fee is per For more contact Jack Taber at 6295842 after 6 Racquetball tourney set for 1315 The Forest Waters Lodge will host the Forest Waters Racquetball Lovers tournament on The entry fee includes a tournament con tinental dinner and prizes to second and consolation winners in each To call Mark at Ladies Tennis League has TBarM tournament The New Braunfels Ladies Tennis League will have its 1987 Spring Tennis League begining on March All levels of players are welcome to There will be flighted divisions and an exciting new doubles for The tournament will run seven weeks at the TBar M Tennis The entry deadline is For more contact John Benson or Mark Turpin at TBarM at Meeting set for Babe Ruth A Babe Ruth League baseball meeting will take place at 7 today at New Braunfels National Bank North Election of officers will take Anyone interested in coaching should For more contact George Garcia at 625 Roadrunners meet 10 The Roadrunners Club will meet at Tuesday at Wholesale Officers will be elected and 1987 business will be CoRec volleyball forming for spring The New Braunfels CoRec Volleyball Spring League is now The entry fee of sponsor and per player is due by 28 at the Parks and Recreation For more call Star Gazing night set for 12 The Parks and Recreation Department is having an astronomy program entitled Star Come see the stars as they journey though the The program is on 12 at 7 at the Landa Park of The cost is For reservations or more contact Mark Peltier at Participants are asked to bring binoculars or but they are not Womens basketball tourney scheduled to start 28 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Depart ment will be conducting a Womens Basketball tourna ment at Frazier starting at 10 on There will be an entry fee of and the entry deadline is There will be awards for second and third General information and rosters are available at the Parks For more contact Jay Brown at Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY Boxing Michael Nunn WUUe Harris in a middleweight Basketball Notre Dame 8 Boxing Mark Breland Harold WBA welterweight ti tle SATURDAY Now Basketball Kentucky at Noon Basketball VUlanova at 1 Basketball Baylor at 2 Basketball North Carolina State at 2 Basketball Iowa at 3 Basketball Maryland at Miscellaneous Wide World ol 4 GoU PGA HawaUn Dunk contesfan w 8 Basketball Memphis State at Basketball NBA Legends Local sports FBIPAY 4 W Sopcer Seguin at 5 Boys Basketball Samuel Clemens at New 9 Girls Basketball Kerryille Tivy at Smithson 5 Girts Basketball Canyon at Bpys Basketball Smithson Valtey at KemWie 5 Girts Basketball New BraunMs at Samuel 6 Bpys Basketball Hays at Ca JATV8PAY 2 KemrtWe Ttyy ftt New 2 Soccer SmitJbson Valley at College scores Duquesne Penn 61 Navy James Madison 71 SOUTH Florida Georgia 52 Louisiana Tech Lamar 62 Louisville Virginia Tech 71 North Carolina Carolina 79 MIDWEST Illinois Northwestern 43 Ohio Michigan 87 Wisconsin 62 SOUTHWEST Arkansas Texas 74 HardtoSiramons Centenary 74 Houston Baptist TexasSan Antonio 83 Methodist Texas 68 TexasArlington International FAB WEST Air Force Hawaii 55 Arizona Oregon 53 Brighamjy ojjag New Mexico 73 CaWoTOia Southern CaJ 53 Vegas Utab 78 Oregon Arizona 71 NBA By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division w L GB Boston 34 12 Philadelphia 28 19 Washington 24 22 10 New York 15 32 New Jersey 11 36 Central Division Atlanta 29 16 Detroit 29 16 Milwaukee 29 21 2tt Chicago 22 23 7 Indiana 21 25 Cleveland 18 29 12 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Dallas 30 16 Utah 28 18 2 Houston 24 22 6 Denver 22 26 9 San Antonio 18 29 14 32 16 35 30 25 25 20 7 Sacramento Pacific Division Lakers Portland Seattle Golden State Phoenix Clippers Thursdays Games New York New Jersey 118 Washington Cleveland 85 Indiana Detroit 93 Milwaukee Chicago 105 Houston Golden State 110 San Antonio Seattle 111 Phoenix Denver 100 Utah Clippers 103 Portland Lakers 104 Todays Games No games scheduled Saturdays Games No games scheduled Sundays Game Allstar Game at Seattle eluding bounce passes for the easy layups and Rockets no Akeem Olajuwon scored 21 grabbed 11 rebounds and blocked nine shots to lead Houston past Golden The Rockets led the entire Chris Mullin scored 20 points for the visiting Bullets Cavs85 Move Akeem and The NBAs Twin Towers are now in Moses Malone led a thirdquarter charge and Manute Bol blocked 12 shots Thursday night as Washington beat the Cleveland Cavaliers one of the best established big men in basketball at and at 7foot7 and still awkward in his second have rarely been on the court at the same time this Knicks Nets 118 Patrick Ewing scored 38 points with 15for19 shooting from the field and Gerald Wilkins scored nine of his careerhigh 34 points during an 180 streak in the fourth quarter as New York pummeled New han ding the Nets their eighth straight Blazers Lakers 104 Terry Porter scored 18 In cluding two gamewinning foul shots with four seconds as Portland won for the first time in li games against the Pacers Pistons 93 Vern Fleming scored 24 points and Chuck Person added 22 as Indiana ended its sevengame losing streak by beating Isiah Thomas scored 33 19 in the fourth as Detroit had its threegame winning streak Bucks Bulls 105 Ricky Pierce scored 32 points and Terry Cummings 29 as host Milwaukee beat The loss was the Bulls sixth straight on the Michael Jordan scored 36 points for Jazz Clippers 103 Karl Malone score 21 of his 27 points in the first half and Utah then used a 150 streak at the start of the third quarter to beat the Suns Nuggets 100 Larry Nance scored 25 points and Walter Davis 23 as Phoenix ended its threegame losing string by beating visiting AT IF IT HAS TO DO WITH WE CAN Whatever your tax situation or whatever forms you have to we can You wont find more experienced preparers or higher quality service anywhere BLOCK THE INCOME TAX PEOPLE Open 9 AM 6 PM 95 6253810 Federal State Local Individual Business Farmers 1040 1040A While youre shopping at KROGER pick up something for your health Spinal Screening to see if your health problems may be spinal related Saturday Sunday at Kroger In New Braunfels sponsored by Richardson Chiropractic Clinic Dont Your Valentine Valentine Love Lines Only for 15 words Each additional word 20 c Valentine Displays Only inch Includes valentine border Come by today HBpaldZeitung Classified Deadline February TexasEl Paso Utah 75 UOU Stanford 62 Washington Washington 65
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