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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas taswe a fill ifi the fellawifit iftfoHMtieft am sgfrd a 1421 fast Hew Address M L XL N6teMake checks payable to dorwuhity Education Youth Soccer Camps offered twice in June The Canyon Youth Soccer Camp 1987 for youths ages 59 will take place on June 812 and June 1519 at Goodwin Primary The first session will run from until white the se cond session runs from 1 until 5 The sponsored by C1SD Community is for begin ners as well as advanced In order to reach optimal instruc the player to coach ratio will be camper will receive a Tshirt and awards will be given at the end of the The maximum session size will be 45 The cost is per A deposit will be required by May The total is due upon the first day of each There will be a family discount of 5 for three or more and a team dis count of 10 for lo or The head coach will be Graylyn former collegiate player and Assistants will be Tom a youth coach of eight and Abraham a former youth coach and international For more contact Graylyn Boyd at 6205115 or the Com munity Education office at Boston Marathon draws unusually strong runners BOSTON AP The Boston invigorated by its successful venture into prize money payoffs last will be run Monday with one of the strongest fields in its 91year The lure of at least for the winner cash and a MercedesBenz valued at has attracted an awesome field of Jack special events coordinator for John Hancock Mutual Life Insurance which last year com mitted million for 10 years to the has called it the best field since the 1984 Olympics possibly bet ter U includes Tanzanias Jurna the worlds topranked marathoner Defending champion Rob de Castella of ranked No 2 in the svorld Steve Jones of ranked No 1 in 1985 and the second fastest marathoner tn history Irelands John 1984 Olympic silver medalist Toshihiko Seko of 1981 champion and ranked fourth in the world As well as 198485 winner Geoff Smith of fourtime champion Bill 1986 road racer of the year Ed and firsttime marathoner Bruce The womens field is not nearly as impressive because of the loss of Olympic gold medalist and American recordholder Joan Benoit who has a thigh in and Lorraine Mollerof New 1984 champion who withdrew after suffering from an iron deficiency the womens field includes Olympic bronze medalist Rosa Mota of 1980 Boston winner Jac queline Gareau of Canada and 1985 champion Lisa Larsen Weidenbach The womens prize structure is exactly the same as the totaling including the value of the car Legends celebrates 10th year AUSTIN i Senior tournament golf was born here in 1979 at Onion Creek Country Club on a sensational Sun day that even saw the Wonderful World of Disney upstag ed It was the third year for The Legends of Golf tourna which marks its 10th anniversary this For the first two the event had been mostly a Hill Coun try barbecue promoted by Jimmy the late two time Masters champion who wanted a tournament spotlighting the greats of yesteryear In NBC got up enough curiosity and courage to televise the and the ensuing drama transfixed 6 million television viewers Julius Boros birdied the final hole and he and partner Roberto DeVicenzo tied Tommy Bolt and Art Wall at 15 under par for 54 holes tn the bestball format The playoff began at the 15th hole with each side posting a par Then the legendary subpar pyrotechnics began Boll and DeVicenzo matched birdie putts at the I7lh and theatrically pointing fingers al each to other when their putts fell It was the equivalent basketball slamdunks in the face Television officials had to make a decision at this point Whether to cut away for the 6 start of the Wonderful World of Disney or stay with the spellbinding golf They stayed with the unfolding drama as nongolf fans tuned in NBC to find their program delayed On the fifth extra hole the dogleg 440yard par4 No 15 Bolt and DeVincenzo once again exchang ed birdie putts on the toughest layout on the course By personal pride meant as much as the first place The drama came to a conclusion on the sixth extra hole at a dogleg left Par 4 Bolt and Wall missed bir die leaving the stage to Boros and DeVicenzo DeVicenzo settled matters with his fifth consecutive a fivefooter that ell home The tournament was such a smash that a year later NBC carried the playoff as a fillin during the ram delayed Bay Hill Classic Mules take boys crown LAKH Al1 San Antonio A Heights and Duncanville secured first state titles ever with a pair of 1 o wins Saturday in the fifth annual tniversity In terscholastic 1eague state soccer tournament Alamo Heights got past Dallas Highland Park in I he boys while Duncunulle finally detested Piano in the girls division Alamo the only Class 4A team in the handed Highland Park second loss of the against nine wins and two Alamo Heights improved lo 223 I isith its 16th straight win Sophomore Mike Corbett scored Alamo Heights only goal after tak ing a pass from Geerl Smellenburgh in front of the goal It was Smellen burgh t Kith assist of the year To reach the finals Alamo Heights survived a grueling J2 Shootout with North Mesquite Friday night that lasted three hours and 15 minutes The third time was the charm for as it avenged last seasons 21 state championship loss and an early season lo setback against Piano Presented By The COMAL INDEPENDENT MENS ASSOCIATION CIMA LANDA PARK WURSTHALLE NEW TEX AS APRIL 1987 FOR INFO 4X4EXHIBITSHOW CALL NO ENTRY FEE Free Tshirl Admission lo Fiesta tor all entries Any make or rrodel qualities Registration 12 pm 2 30 pm 6297239 Classifications Besi AilAround 6292900 Ext 71 Tallest 4X4 lire width 6258444 Prizes complimentary tickets Valid Fiesta Mexicans 87 Fiesta Windbreaker 6291702 6253862 KNTFHTAINMTN TRANSMISSION FLUID FILTER CHANGE Completion Change package in about 10 MINUTES or 10 MINUTE LUBE STATE INSPECTION UMi I m New Texas Sunday April Swim team starts dh Monday The Mew Bfaunfels Parks and ftecfeatiofi depart merits swim tearn practices will begin Masters and tHalhiete wofkbulg win run from 6 until 8 Monday through Youth workouts will last from 5 until 1 Monday through Friday until school is at whfch time practices will run from 8 until io Swim team fees are plus a season For more call Coach Bud Dallman at 6256342 or the Parks Office at Womens League sets meeting An organizational meeting of the Womens Summer Basketball League will take place at 7 Wednesday in the Wholesale Beers Warehouse Conference All managers players interested should For more please contact Campos at NBTA sponsors April Fun tourney The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor an April Fun tournament on The tournament will have mens B and C and a womens doubles Play starts at and registration begins at 8 You may enter with a partner or a partner will be found for The cost is S5 for members and for If you are not a you may become one before the tournament and play as a Membership fees are for juniors 18 and S10 or adults and for a All participants are guaranteed at least two To call 6291269 or NBTA schedules important meeting The New Braunfels Tennis Association will have an ex tremely important meeting of the entire membership at 7 Monday in Room A8 at the New Braunfels High School The purpose of this meeting is to discuss and make some major decisions on a proposal to add four additional courts next to the existing high school courts as part of a tennis center If you want to be involved in this project and want to voice your opinion on how to go forward on this please attend this We will be requesting a vote on spending NBTA funds CMS 8th graders second at Corbett Canyon Middle Schools eighth grade track team plac ed second at the Corbett track meet with 147 points The host team won the with Kirby taking third Firstplace winners for Canyon included Shannon Albrecht in the 800 and Lori Sutherland in the 200 dash and Melissa Daffin in the high Two of Canyons relay teams took second the 400 team of Brandy Barnett and Peyton and the 800 team of Marcv Sutherland and Parkerson Also taking second for Canyon were Daffin in the Sutherland in the triple jump and long jump and Janet Neman m the shot and discus Canyons mile relay team of Kim Stephanie Rebecca Martinez and Albrecht finished third Barnes took third m the 400 Daffin placed fourth in the long jump and Martinez was fourth in the Fifthplace finishes went to Sheri Rice in the sou and Pam Kosser in the 200 and the Taking sixth place lor Canyon was Sunshine Clarkson in the 200 and Janet Aleman in the Golf Fest take place April 24 April 26 The three day annual Central Texas Golf Fest tourna ment w ill be played April 24 26 The Uftda Park golf course will be closed to all outside play on these Between Monday and tee times will be rebuff ed and eati be wade in Pf foHty 6 play thai peri6d will be given to par ticipants of the Golf Fest Fiesta tournament set for April 2526 The 1987 Fiesta Mexlcana spon sored by the Comal Independent Mens Will take place April 2526 at Colnal The deadline for entering the tournament is April The cost is per Make checks payable to the Club Softball There will be team and individual awards for all most valuable player and golden There will be a 50minute time limit on all gamesex cept the championship game and a 15run rule after 4fe Only Blue or Red Dot balls will be Proceeds from the event go to scholarship funds and other worthy 4 Historical walks offered today There will be two free Landa Park Historical Walks to The Walks will start at the train station at 10 and Pm I JazzercSse classes offered at Memorial are being offered through New Braunfels 1SD Community The classes meet on Wednesdays arid Thursdays from until at Memorial The sessions last for four The one class a week is and for two classes a For three classes a the cost is Participants can also choose to pay S3 per For more please call Canyon Banquet i slated for May 11 The date for the Canyon High School Athletic Banquet is May 11 at To leave more time for the honoring of thetje will be no guest First aid class offered at McKenna The Comal County Chapter of the American Red Cross will be conducting multimedia First Aid classes at the McKenna Hospital classroom on April 28 Class time is 610 First aid is required for Advanc ed Lifesaving and Lifeguarding Crappie tourney at Cranes Mill The Seventh Almost Annual Crappie Tournament will lake place April 2526 at Canyon The starting placjs of the tournament is the boat ramp at Cranes It will be a 24hour tournament running from 10 Saturday to 10 It will be a twoperson team with no age There is a limit of 25 crappies per Prizes will be awarded for the top three heaviest cr4ao Other door prizes will also be The tourna ment is being sponsored by the S S Ice Bait House in Cranes Entry fee is S2o per team and all the proceeds go to the Canyon Lake Volunteer Fire Participants may fish from a boat or the For more information call Mark or Helen Sefsik at 899 SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNT Call 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