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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - March 10, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas ifiiinf t Miffifi enly lukewarm interest in the Tournament Hffef fejecifoh by sltip postseason S6 well let them study arid eoficeritfate1 on their play have a Cf urn said at hews confefende it will be the first tftae in his 16 years at Lbulsviiie that the Cardinals will not be in a postseason x Cftim marched onto the basketball floor at Louisvilles Crawford Gymnasium to reject the Nit bid and again cteftouhee NCAA selection great the Cardliials voted only H in favor of playing in The coaches felt if it was not a unanimous decision by the players we would not be able to do our he A lot of the players need the academic concentration of not going to a and since we cant go to the The NIT chose Stephen Austin as the 32nd and last team in its Cowboy ticket prices jump DALLAS AP Dallas Cowboys fans will have to pay higher ticket prices if they want to see milliondollar players like Herschel said majority owner ffiore thin tickets this yea because the team lost money in and needs te Increase revenues to stem the Bright said Wfifd oMhe1 Cowboys pfiee increase eomes after the seasort In which the elubireeofd of seven wins and nine losses was its worst since Dallas ended 1986 with a losing Ticketswill be going up from the price of eluding tax td plus tax of in Cowboys vice president Joe Bailey All individual tickets are the same pricefor Cowboys games hike makes the Cowboys the after where ticket prices will be this year The price increase is Bright to try to make sdme money out of this Bright said the team lost a little bit of money during the 1986 The Cowboys general partner said he realized the increase would not be popular with but if they want to See someonelike Herschel who makes a million dollars a theyre going to have to pay for Besides Dallas and other NFL teams with a single price for all tickets are with a price of and where tickets cost Prerequisites M the eeutee Ufesaflngr Cf First Aid afid fflteanfiftftM A1 Ufeguardlng Instructor ebtirse wilt offer tfyeutsYrsgistraticn New fifatMfils Little Leagues wilt tryouts and rtgiMfatldfl on Saturday and again M UattMi at the ffegiMfatidti begins at and will last until 4 through March 24 until All bays and girls interested in participating shduld s attend ofieef these Jndude Advaneed LifesavingGPftJv Score 63 Wins fhe registration fee will be Register at the rfSujK i Guys and DOHs Air classes will meet at Lands Parfi The teaftl of Hlggins and registration is required for all For ittore Kriese took first place in the Ouys and Dolls golf tour formation call Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY 630 New York Islarxlers at ESPN Pto basketbaft DetdM at YotkvWTBS WEDNESDAY 8 MOOK vs junior txvut ESPN Local sports TUESDAY Valey 7 30 THURSDAY New T8A FRIDAY JO New Bsunlels at Oernens at Canyon at SATURDAY 730pm Canyo SATURDAY and IwW I 2pm S NCAA NCAA By AuocUtad Preu f h1 firmt Round At N C None 22 7 vs 216 36 5 Norm 29 3 v Fridays Gamut 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1811 vs Kjinsas Sute 19 10 Vmjav 331 v lOjfV Sutu IS b UCLA 24 6 vs Central Michigan 22 7 1 9 vs Wyoming 22 9 Friday s Games At Arl lowd 774 vs SamjCtaia 1813 46 vs 1811 24 I vi Mdiisl 209 QkWMinvt 22 9 vs 22 Second Round Saturday s Games At Salt Lake Utah JNl V St wviMMSi Ocofgia Kansas St winner vs UCLA Cent National Invitation Tournament By The Associated Press Rrst Round Wednesdays Games 1711 at Boise 217 18 at Montana 21 7 Thursdays Games La t515 Rhode at Florida 1810 Cleveland ai Tennessee 217 at Unle 239 Illinois J712 1615 James at Stephen Austin 21 7 High school baseball LONGVIEW API Heie is the Teias Assooanon of Baseball Coaches News Journal high school baseball poll Class 4A 1 2 4 1 Canyon a 4 r6 7 McKirmey 6 1 8 Waco Midway 3 11 Athens 10 West Orange Stark nament Park on Thursday with a There was a tie for second at Harold Backerman was closest to the pin Twoway tie in Nassau tourney There was a twoway tie for first place on Saturday in the New Braunfels Golf Associations fourman three better ball Nassau The team of Lancaster and Sullivan shot a tying them for first with the team of Haggard and The latter team won the back nine with a The team of Day and MEtzke won the front nine with a score of In individual Nunez won the A flight with a Thompson won the B flight with a Murphey took the C flight with a 63 and Yeazels 69 captured the D Meewes was closest to the pin on hole 12 and Tuch and E Nunez tied for the low gross score of NB Schuetzen Verein opens 138th season The New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein opened its 138th season on Sunday with 25 shooters Jimmie Meckel won the Rest Relay 1 with 246 Hope Hamilton was second at 245 and Gunther Havekost third at Rest Relay 2 was won by Bob with 247 Also at 247 was Bill Taking third at 245 was Bsrney Phil Johnson won the Offhand Relay 1 with 116 Mike Timmermann was second at 115 and James Laskowski was third with Bill Wimberley won the Offhand Relay 2 with which was the same score achieved by Barney Patty Pringle was third with Red Cross sponsors Life Saving programs The Comal County Chapter of the American Red Cross will conduct classes in Advanced Life Saving and Lifeguard The Advanced lifesaving class will run March 16 through March 21 from 4 until 8 It will be a 21 hour Those taking the class should be 15years old or older completed a swimming The registration fee of can be paid at the Parks office during busihess The Lifeguard Training program will run March 16 through March 23 from 5 until 9 Monday Babe BMtn conducts registration r t Babe Ruth League registration for boys who turn 13 before July 31 will have a tryout March 21 at Comal Park from 10 until 1 Proof of age must be Registration for 14year olds and newcomers will place from 1 until 5 on the same In case of the tryouts Will take place March Lap swimming begins March 16 Adult lap swimming will begin March 16 from 6 until 8 and from 5 until 7 Monday through 1 The fee is 25 cents per swim plus a season Season passes may be purchased at the Parks and Recreation Department between the hours of 8 and 5 Monday through Freiheit Bowling starts March 16 The next Freiheit Bowling Club series begins March The signup deadline is t For this series we are trying something captains are allowed an automatic first One of four bowlers must be a You may bring a full team if four of the new Tell your friends to sign The club needs your Friendship bowling begins on Saturday at 6 and 81 Please call to sign NB swim team conducts registration j 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 until r The registration fee is plus a Season Swim First practice for masters will be March 16 from 6 until 8 First practice for youth will be March 16 froni 5 until 7 managers meet in American Little League coaches aridmanagers inthe American should meet at 7 on March 19 at the First Savings meeting For more contact Martin Allen at INVENTORY 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