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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                l The Gruene Run on May 2 will benefit Friends For Rivers Gruene lOK making its third annual run A notsoleisurely jaunt through scenic Gruene and the Texas Hill Country will mean a more relaxed journey for the top finishers in the third annual Gruene which will be run on May The top male and female runners in the event will be awarded airfare and onenight hotel accommodations to anywhere Braniff Airlines flies in the continental United Proceeds of the race will go to Friends For a nonprofit organization dedicated to providing safety patrol and preservation on the Comal and Guadalupe as well as Canyon Braniff and Miller Lite are sponsoring the run along the banks of the Guadalupe There will be mens and womens divisions in the following age categories 14and 25 and Trophies will be awarded to the top threetofive win ners in each age They will also receive a Gruene Hall Tshirt and two free dinners at the Gristmill All participants will recieve hotel discounts and 10K T shirts and will be eligible for drawings featuring free canoe and raft Tshirts Dance Hall The grand prize drawing for all participants will be a free nightfortwo in including over night accommodations in one of the turnofthecentury guest a river dinner at the Gristmill and passes to Gruene Dance Immediately following the race there will be free soft drinks and live music at Gruene The awards ceremony will take place at At 9 Jerry Jeff Walker will perform at Gruene Tickets are Preregistration for the race is due by Wednesday at a fee of After the registration fee is with only cash accepted on the morning of the The Gruene 10K begins at 9 across from Gruene Dayofrace registration will take place from until Entries received by Wednesday will be eligible for a drawing for free hotel rooms on the Saturday night of the Preregistrants should make their checks payable to Tex as 1601 Hunter Road New TX 78130 Noted race director Steve Smith of Road Race Manage ment designed the course and will run all technical aspects of the The course is certified by the Road Running Technical Committee of The Athletic Park adjusts for summer The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department reminds everyone that the barricades in Landa Park and Hinman Island will be closed on weekends and now through Labor Day between 7 and 8 The Landa Park pools are open from noon until 7 until the first weekend in when the Olympic Pool will be open all On the third Monday in both pools will go into lull opera tion from 10 until 8 For cleaning the Olympic pool will be closed on Mondays and Entry fees to the Landa Park pools are for children for adults 1859 and for seniors 60 and Season passes for New Braunfels residents only are for for for senior citizens and for a fami A daily surcharge of 25cents per person per day will be charg ed in addition to a season pass for capital improvements needed at the The Prince Solms Park Tube Chute operated by the Citys Aquatic Division opened Friday and will continue to be open weekends from 10 until 8 until the third Monday in at which time it will be open all For cleaning the Tube Chute will be closed on Mondays and Thursdays at 5 m Everyone is reminded that no one will be allowed on the Prince Solms Tube Chute property when it is Please help us enforce this for it is in the best in terest and safety of the citizens of New The daily entrance fee will be S3 for anyone over 5 years of age Tube rental will be plus The tubes will not have the metal inflator stems because of safety and customers The concession stand will also be selling snow hot candy and No alcohol possession or consumption will be The ban of glass containers will be strictly enforced on the Comal River and Park Spurs bid adios to dismal but still hopeful for next season lyTlAA WAITS Stiff Writer SAN ANTONIO Everybodys saying their See you next said San Antonio Spurs rookie Larry Krystkowiak after the Spurs handed the Lois Angeles a 115 1Q3 defeat Friday in the Spurs final game of the season at Goodbyes are in orjer for the Spurs 19868 season the worst in the history of the Spurs franchise The Spurs are 2853 going totfi tonights final game at The season rosy well be g blessing in will enable the Spujs to join the lottery foj ic to be erujaed by tjbe to the opting The firstround t Jojyjny Piwife jyacQMstent Wg the AJvto The sight of Navys David Robinson would do wonders for the if the Spurs draw the right card in the It would be super to have Robin said David He would be a real Robinson would be welcome relief to the burdens of Greenwood and ag ing center Artis Gilmore is the Spurs only true center and he is sitting on the bench in favor of Green wood is the season winds to a We can always use some new say Im not a etQterArtis is going to play one moje year we need a big guy that can shoot to tafce over for I tbtofc we hive gojod nucleus of players to start a seyenyear veteran natyj aj has been doing a good iflipersoAation ol a center in tfee Itst ppjyyred to 23 points and grabbed W on the played sparingly scoring center in the summer the 37 yearold warrior will be needed in middle next The return of Mike or a subsequent would help the Spurs future for Friday nights win put a good taste in the fans that ignored the seemingly endless construction around the arena to say goodbye to the get a glimpse at the best basketball team in the NBA before the The win did give the Spurs winn ing record at home and ended a sixgame losing streak to the Lasers that dates back to peegmbjer of 1985Put the Spurs beat Ob viously forwardthinking who rested Kareepl and Magic Johjnson almost the second halt Spujs Caach Weiss an oppor tujity gjye plenty of to spme oj Jus Walter Brewersllth win equals AL record Texas 19 Astros lose after Ryan hurt MILWAUKEE AP The undefeated Milwaukee Brewers tied an American League record or quick getaways Saturday by Winning their llth in a over the Texas Rangers behind Glenn Braggs three RBI and Rob Deers fifth The Brewers set a clubrecord for consecutive Victories and tied the 1981 Oakland As for the ALs quickest The major league record of 13 straight victories to open a season was set in 1982 by the Atlan ta Bill Wegman worked the first 7 23 innings for his first and Dan Plesac earned his fourth save by get ting the last four three on Braggs doubled in two runs In the third to tie the score and Deer put the Brewers ahead an inning later with a homer that just cleared the fence as crowd of roared its For the second game in a the Brewers starting time had to be delayed for a half hour to allow fans to get into the The Brewers drew for Friday nights Braggs drove in the fourth and eventual winning run in the fifth off Texas starter Bobby who struck out walked five and allowed four hits in six The loss was the eighth straight for the struggling who are 19 with five losses to the Reds Astros 0 CINCINNATI AP Right hander Bill Gullickson pitched a four and Eric Davis drove in three runs with a solo homer off Nolan Ryan and a triple to send the Cincin nati Reds to a 80 victory Saturday over the Houston Gullickson allowed just one runner as far as third base as he breezed to his third victory in three starts and the first complete game and shutout for Cincinnati this He struck out four and didnt walk a batter in his ninth career Cincinnati scored five times in the sixth off Houston relievers Jim Deshaies and Charlie Kerfeld to clinch the victory reached another strikeout plateau before leaving the game with a pulled leg muscle in the fifth inning as Houston trailed American League Minnesota at n Oakland at n By The Associated Press East Division W L Milwaukee 11 League By The Associated New York East Division W L Baltimore York 6 3 Detroit Louis 5 4 Toronto 4 6 Boston 4 Cleveland 3 6 West Division 3 8 California Division W L Minnesota 8 2 Kansas City Francisco 9 3 Seattle 6 4 Chicago 7 Oakland Angeles 6 Texas Diego 2 10 Saturdays Games Boston Toronto 4 New York Kansas Cltv 6 Milwaukee Texas 3 Delroll Chicago 2 Baltimore Cleveland Games Montreal Chicago 2 Cincinnati Houston 0 Philadelphia Pittsburgh G Los Angeles San Diego 2 San Francisco Atlanta 1 New York at St n baseballs alltime strikeout fanned six In 4 23 innings to raise his career total to The 40yearold Ryan was working on a twohitter in the fifth when he threw a pilch to Ron Oester and walk ed off the The preliminary report was that he pulled his left Yankees Royals 6 NEW YORK AP Mike Pagliarulo svalked with the bases loaded in the ninth lo score Dave Winfleld with the winning run and give Nesv York a victory over Kansas the Yankees fourth straight Expos Cubs 2 CHICAGO AP Tom Foley hit a tworun single in Montreals fourrun and Bob Sebra held Chicago to three hits over seven innings lo lead the Expos over the Cubs Dodgers Padres 2 SAN DIEGO AP Pedro Guer rero drove In three runs with an eighthinning to give Los Angeles a victory over San Red Sox Blue Jays 4 TORONTO APi Rookie Danny Sheaffer drove in the goahead run in a three run Boston fifth then hit a runscoring single in the seventh to lead the Red Sox over Two of Bostons fifthinning runs were unearned after an error by Toronto rookie second baseman Mike Three of Bostons runs were Orioles Indians 3 BALTIMORE iAPi Cal Ripken drove in four runs as Baltimore defeated the Indians seventh straight loss Giants Braves 1 SAN FRANCISCO Will Clark singled with one out In the 10th inning to give San Francisco a vic tory over Atlanta The who lead the majors with a 70 record in onerun overcame a 10 deficit and snapped a 19inning scoreless streak when they scored in the ninth for a tie Tigers White Sox 2 DETROIT AP Dave Bergman hit a twoout homer in the eighth lo lifl Detroit over Chicago and extend the Tigers winning streak to five straight over the White Sox who had been hltless in three previous hit a 21 pilch from Bobby into the se cond deck Schmidt makes 500 memorable PITTSBURGH AP Mike Schmidt hit his 500th home run exactly the way he wanted with two outs in the ninth inning and the game on the You couldnt write a more perfect gushed minutes after his threerun homer Saturday rallied the Philadelphia Phillies over the Pittsburgh Pirates You would be hardpressed lo find one who hit a home run with a better storybook ending than thai Without a it was the most exciting moment of my said the Hth majorleague player to reach the Schmidt had hinted he wanted to join the 500homer club in and he could not have made a better en Schmidt sent Don Robinsons 30 pitch on a line over the leftfield There was no doubt from ihe time it left the and Schmidt slopped lo watch the balls flight before doing a slight skip and jump around the Phillies coach Mike Ryan retrieved the ball in the bullpen and rushed it lo who was mobbed at home plate by his teammates The Phillies trailed 65 entering the and Schmidt came lo the plate with runners on first and third Schmidt had been hilless In three atbals with a walk as he stepped in lo face against whom he was just 7 for57 in his career but with four home runs Schmidt took the first Ihree all just low or balls 1 had good intensity and concentration at the plate I knew all we needed svas a single to tie the Schmidt I had put home run swings on my first three and they were all weak popups 1 was fighting the adrenaline of seeing the ball go out ol the over the leftfield wall But Robinson grooved a 3o and Schmidts smooth swing produced No 5oo H was a fastball right down the a pilch 1 shouldve known belter to Robinson said later Schmidt had hit No 499 Friday night in Pittsburgh Another indictment expected soon in the Phoenix drug scandal would admitted com pleting his first full year of head We were fortunate to have a good group of guys around to work Attendance at the although excellent has been with Uie poor seasoa and the to There been rumors ol Spurs are is a player to desperate bgt M Spurs ajre to md a the game ajd gave the something to look forward to next The sjajapn is Id Uope it to m the Spurs have a nuclei with which to rebwM and Spf fans and management m my fer that toky draw m the lottery to the team among iAP At least one more grand jury indictment is expected to be handed up in connec tion with a drug scandal involving current and former players with the NPAs Phoenix authorities said Saturday Theres another indictment we release yet because some of the subjects hive not been identified said James a deputy eomty attorney who is leading the in Keppel defiltoed to say whether those named to the stillsecret indict ment prefeMonal basketball Majipopi Attorney Tom ColJms said Uxe indictments capped a twomonth investigation still under my Wbm wUi tbf investigation We itopitJy eajjt answer said who 4ecJtoed comment on reports gambling is part oj me NBA results See Page WA by placing an overunder bet on the 21 Suns home game against the Milwaukee A current Suns player reportedly told several people at a Phoenti nightclub before the game that thf point total would not Suns committed 36 turnovers in the game and lost We feel further comment jeopardise emttaMtog teat flpnplayf r league officiate formation that itoJfes awose ts gambling to light oj Ms an allegations   

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