New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, March 10, 1987, Page 9

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March 10, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Sportsworld Briefly Scorned Cards reject NIT ILOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) louisville Coach Denny Crum said his defending college basketball champions, exhibiting only lukewarm interest in the National Invitation Tournament after rejection by the NCAA, will skip postseason play. ‘So we’ll let them study and concentrate on their academics. We’ll go recruiting, play golf, fish, have a good time,” Crum said at a news conference Monday. It will be the first time in his 16 years at louisville that the Cardinals will not be in a postseason tournament. Crum marched onto the basketball floor at louisville^ Crawford Gymnasium to reject the NIT bid and again denounce NCAA selection methods He called the NIT “a great tournament” but said the Cardinals voted only 7-6 in favor of playing in it. The coaches felt if it was not a unanimous decision by the players, we would not tx* able to do our best.” he said. A lot of the players need the academic concentration of NC^°Xn^ a    an(i since we can’t go to the The NIT chose Stephen F Austin as the 32nd and last team in its field Cowboy ticket prices jump DALI .AS i AP    Dallas Cowboys fans will have to pay higher ticket prices if they want to see million-dollar players like Hersehel Walker, said majority owner H R “Bum” Bright. Prices are going up more than $5 for Cowboys tickets this year because the team lost money in 1986 and needs to increase revenues to stem the losses, Bright said Monday night. Word of the Cowboys’ price increase comes after the 1986 season in which the club’s record of seven wins and nine losses was its worst since 1964. Dallas ended 1986 with a five-game losing streak. Tickets will be going up from the 1986 price of $19 including tax, to $23 plus tax of $1.67 in 1987, Cowboys vice president Joe Bailey said. All individual tickets are the same price for Cowboys games. The hike makes the Cowboys the second most expensive team in the NFL, after Miami, where ticket prices will be $26 this year. The price increase is necessary, Bright said, "to try to make some money out of this team. ” Bright said the team lost “a little bit” of money during the 1986 season. The Cowboys’ general partner said he realized the increase would not be popular with fans, “but if they want to see someone like Hersehel Walker, who makes a million dollars a year. they’re going to have to pay for it." Besides Dallas and Miami, other NFL teams with a single price for all tickets are Philadelphia, with a price of $20. and Minnesota, where tickets cost $18ScoreboardOn the air Tut SDA V 6 JO t    m    •    ., N 8* I 7 06 I • a. J .. tuik W. T A W(l DSI SDA ' 8 pm ti .    . • • .v. 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CANYON LAK I 899-.ULU £ SALE GOOD thru March 31 st, 1987 ^15% DISCOUNT FOK ag •Broken auto glass •Home window & screens ^‘Table top *Desk tops ^•Shower Doors •Mirrors Nt vs BK AUN FELS 629-9780 ►at' n'WMW Vdfecv/ati Heal* Nipfeah- I wy*    HruA*    I* rn. V d*v«S* * <t" !    •    .y    A Championship Monday March JO fast South***' Ait"-*' ‘.I kTa ast y*.NIT National Invitation Tournament By Th* Assot-ated Pre** Fw*t Round Wednesday s Games Marquette I * I? V Safe. ,s* . I I ’ Ut*» I 7 12 at Bo** State JI 7 A as' -git - 18-4 *• V • - * V Thursday • Gam** La Sake 16 12 at V <L#nov a I6 I 5 Bt' -I* island 20 9 at florid# State ’8 ( eve *<'d State 24 7 J' T*' ess* Chattah' nxja 21 7 Ba* km 18'. *• A- * *f s.e ,••*>«,* .39 AMon J’ 8 a' 1 '-non State *712 J* IV • VO* t9 to at varvtert • 16 15 ■ i— es Mad v 2l 1 9 at Staph*- F Ai,stHigh school baseball •N< A i A Af Class 4A I A-ar* n 3 * . t »*' ' i 4 3 Lockhart 4 0 4 H'r * art- 4 I b Car.-synJ 2, 6 U * *• wa* 4 I VS fey fe I H A# i M w1*A* % Af***.* J I ’ C A est Or*nq*Little Leagues offer tryouts, registration The New Braunfels Little Leagues will offer tryouts and registration on Saturday and again on March 21 at the Presbyterian Church gym at 373 Howard St. The registration begins at I p.m. and will last until 4 p.m. All boys and girls interested in participating should attend one of these sessions.Score of 63 wins Guys and Dolls The team of H. Reeves, N. Parks, F. Higgins and Addle Kriese took first place in the Guys and Dolls golf tournament at luanda Park on Thursday with a 63. There was a six-way tie for second at 65. Harold Backerman was closest to the pin on hole NO. 12.Two-way tie in Nassau tourney There was a two-way tie for first place on Saturday in the New Braunfels Golf Association’s four-man team. three better ball Nassau tournament. The team of A. Jarchow, B. THompson, G. Ioncaster and D. Sullivan shot a 192, tying them for first with the team of R. Ellis, B. Fortner, M. Haggard and E. Skelton. The latter team won the back nine with a 92. The team of E. Nunez, L. Saurez, D Day and R MEtzke won the front nine with a score of % In individual play, E. Nunez won the A flight with a 64. B Thompson won the B flight with a 65. M Murphey took the C flight with a 63 and T. Yeazel's 69 captured the D flight. W Meewes was closest to the pin on hole No. 12 and L. Tuch and E. Nunez tied for the low gross score of TI.NB Schuetzen Verein opens 138th season The New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein opened its 138th season on Sunday with 25 shooters present Jnnmie Meckel won the Rest Relay No. I with 246 points Hope Hamilton was second at 245 and Gunther Havekost third at 244 Rest Relay No. 2 was won by Bob I Belford w ith 247 points Also at 247 was Bill Wimberley Taking third at 245 was Bsrney Hamilton Phil Johnson won the Offhand Relay No. I with 116 points Mike Timmermann was second at 115 and James loskowski was third with 114 Bill Wimberley won the Offhand Relay No 2 with 114. which was the same score achieved b> Barney Hamilton Patty Pringle w as third with 113Red Cross sponsors Life Saving programs The Comal Counts Chapter of the American Red Cross will conduct classes in Advanced Life Saving and lifeguard Training The Advanced lifesaving class will run March 16 through March 21 from 4 p m until 8 p m It will be a 21-hour course Those taking the class should he 15-years old or older and have completed a swimming test The registration fee of $10 ( an he paid at the Parks office during business hours The lifeguard Training program will run March 16 through March 23 from 5 p m until 9 p rn Monday through Thursday. Prerequisites for the course include Advanced lifesaving, CPR, First Aid and a completion of a swimming test. Register at the Parks office. The fee will be announced... A Iifeguarding Instructor course will be offered on Mondays through Thursdays March 24 until March 31 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Prerequisites include Advanced lifesaving, CPR, Iifeguarding and W.S.I., age 17. The registration fee will be announced Register at the Parks office. All classes will meet at the londa Park Pool. Preregistration is required for all courses. For more information call 625-5818.Babe Ruth conducts tryouts, registration Babe Ruth League registration for boys who will turn 13 before July 31 will have a tryout March 21 at Comal Park from 10 a.m. until I p.rn Proof of age must be presented Registration for 14-year olds and newcomers will take place from I p.m. until 5 p.m. on the same day. In case of rain. the tryouts will take place March 28Lap swimming begins March 16 Adult lap swimming will begin March 16 from 6 a.rn until 8 a m. and from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m.. Monday through Friday. The fee is 25 cents per swim plus a season pass. Season passes may be purchased at the Parks and Recreation Department between the hours of 8 a m and 5 p.m Monday through FridayFreiheit Bowling starts March 16 The next Freiheit Bowling Club series begins March 16 The signup deadline is today. For this series we are trying something new All captains are allowed an automatic first pick. One of the four bowlers must be a woman. You may bring a full team if four of the bowlers.are new members Tell your friends to sign up. also The club leeds your support Friendship bowling begins on Saturday at 6 p m and 8 3 in. Please call to sign upNB swim team conducts registration The New Braunfels swim team is conducting registration for youths ages 6 to 17 and masters 18 and older at the Parks and Recreation office from 8 a.rn until 5pm. The registration fee is $25 plus a Season Swim Pass First practice for masters will be March 16 from r> a rn. until 8 a rn First practice for youth will be March 16 from 5 p m until 7 p.mCoaches, managers meet in American Little League Aoo coaches and managers and those wishing to be coaches and managers in the .American I utile league should meet at 7 p rn. on March 19 at the First Federal Savings meeting room For more information, contact Martin Allen at 625-2016. 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