New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, April 23, 1987, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

April 23, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - April 23, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas April Leajgue to new franchises fM NEWYOftK AP Will have four more teams before the end of the and rotating them among divisions might make even devoted fans The NBA Board of Governors on Wednesdayaccepted the recommendation of its Expansion Committee arid ac cepted into the ledgue for the 198889 season and Minneapolis in The board then went beyond the committees suggestion that it choose bet ween two Florida cities and invited Miami in 1988 and Orlando in Commissioner David Stern immediately had to field questions about diluted odd numbers and division i lineups with no regard for Stern said even with the NBA would have fewer teams than the 28 fielded by the NBA and the American Basketball Association before merger in Twentyseven teams might sound likean Illogical certainly no more illogical than Stern The location of three of the four new teams In the East complicated the divisional the governors adopted a rotating system that has every new team spen ding at least one season in both the Eastern and Western In will compete in the Atlantic Divi and Miami in the Midwest with Sacramento moving to the In Charlotte and Minneapolis Will compete in the Orlando in the CentraHand Miami in the In Minneapolis and Orlando will move to the Charlotte to the Central and Miatrii will stay in the in Miami and Orlando wijl Charlotte in the Central and Minneapolis in the This system will give fans in these new franchise cities a chance to see all the stars of the NBA several times in the first three Stern In the teams will settle into their most logical geographical which we hope will enable them to build rivalries with existing teams in the same The surprise of the day was the decision by the gover nors to accept both Florida It just wouldnt have been fair to choose between two equal Florida Stern We decided that the only proper thing to do was take Stern said the governors vote to take the four teams in to the league with a million entry fee was although only an majority was Two expansion one in 1988 for Charlotte and Miami and anotherHn 1989 for Minneapolis and and college drafts will be used to man the new Each of the 23 existing teams will protect eight players in each expansion draft and each will lose one player each the college drafts of 1988 and the new teams will choose eighth and s as playoffs begin Jordan prepare for Celtics By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Beating the Celtics in Garden is a tough chore even for Michael who seems capable of just ab8ut any who led the NBA in scoring and became only the second player ever to score points in a averaging went on a rampage In the final weeks of the But he has not had the same kind of suc cess against Boston as against the rest of the managing ONLY points a game against the And he knows the who had the NBAs secondbest record at 59 hardly ever lose at Boston has been beaten only twice In the last 76 home In last years playoff win over the Jordan had 63 points in one of the Ill go in Thursday and try to get everyone the 6foot6 guard 1 know with a double team on were going to have to move the And his people such as Charles Brad Sellers and t f fear row Shot could put her in State Continued from Page 1A t t made this week as she prepares for the regional qualifiers meet at JAlamo Stadium She not expected to do well because she has been working exhaustively Iwith Gann and Pink this herworkload will be jgeareddpwn as the regional meet approaches 7 v j She just needs to learn tothrow pressure and that will come the said JGani Besides being a good Bar row is built well for the She is tall and muscular with excellent leg although Pink says she needs work on her upperbody The difference between her and otherl girls is her said Pink of who stands close to six Last as a Bar row earned a trip to the Region IV meet but failed to This as she continues to her interest and competitiveness in the events is growing She is making more of a com mitment this said Last year it was more of just a sport to Since Ive been doing well I feel that this is my place to said Everybody is good at something and this is my main Staying ahead of the competition is equally as important to Barrow as throwing for her personalbest f At this point she is getting a lot of in dividualized attention and that will be good for her To Julies shes a good not just a discus and shotput She is a natural athlete and natural athletes will be more New Braunfels Coach Donald Gann I always compete on both she But sometimes Ill be glad I won first and kind of mad that I didnt throw my The best is yet to come for Bar as she collects firstplace medals week after week while still tapping into her enormous wealth of Barrow has six firstplace finishes this year in the shot Photo by Deryl Clark Deshaies makes first start count By THE ASSQCIATEP PRESS Jim Deshaies pitched seven inn ings of shutout bail and struck gut n Wednesday night in his first start of the as the Astros the Atlanta Braves 60 Wednesday night for their eighth home win in as many Beshjjes last season and had a leaguehigh 12 wins for a but he hgJ pitched in onjy onethird of an inning before Wedges day giving up three runs gn hits Saturday against pesihjies survived a rocky The first three Brayej rtaehjd base in the first inning on Iwo wife and a but pigfejf f pj Braves center fjeger Al HaJJ gLTtkeoute el Pale Murphy and Tuci Siemens got National League By The Associated Press East Division NewYotk Chicago Pinsburgh Montreal Philadelphia San Francisco Cincinnati Houston Los Angeles Wednesdays Philadslpriia 3 New Yprk Pittsburgh 7 Chicago Louis 4 Houston Atlanta 0 San Diego Cincinnati 3 Los Angeles San Francisco 3 ft give Otsftajes aJJ sjpjert hj Deeded whejj gpj ajj park homer to off the bottom of the firstDWM toll a Jtot sWvt to right center ajjg Myrphy wills Philadelphia IRawley 01 at Chicago Maddux 01 1 at St Louis Cox 20 Cincinnati Broyxning 12 at San Diego American League By The Press EastOivision W L GB Milwaukee 13 1 929 New York 12 3 Baltimore 8 7 5Vi Boston 8 7 SVg Toronto 8 7 64 Detroit 6 8 7 Cleveland 4 12 250 10 Westptyislon W L GB Minnesota 10 6 California 9 6 1 Seattle 7 9 34 Kansas City 6 8 3 ft Chicago 5 8 4 Oakland 5 11 Tews 2 11 7 Seattle Minnesota 3 Oakland California 6 New York Detroit 1 Boston Kansas City Q Toronto Cleveland 3 Milwaukee at ram Baltimore Texas innings Hasmvssen Cleveland Wahlei 20 41 Houston Oaixyn mi Calitofma Mwesoia Viola i ialSinrwe 20 at Mason n tiebreaking run in the eighth inning and lifted Seattle over Minnesota Blue Jays Indians 3 Garth lorg hit a tiebreaking sacrifice fly in the ninth inning off reliever Steve Carlton and Toronto won in Angels 6 Stan Javiers first majorleague a threerwn helped Oakland open up a 70 enough to hold off host California Red Sox Royals 0 Bob Stanley pitched a fourhitter and Dwight Evans had an RBI single in the fourth inning as Boston beat visiting Kansas Pirates Tto TeMfei drove in New Yorks first three rum Mookie Wilson and Kevin McReynjolds homered before held on to edge Pitt Phillies I The Astros agJeg two more rws in on m n pitch Cavt wa Jatef tai the PaJmer walked Deshaies W ise The yisitWjg Orioles loaded ttip n 1 single by Alan Wiggins walk to Rick Burleson oil Matt oj Qreg retirejj OJJ Jjuje then struck out won their game by beatinp DAtmit triple WHOt M tQ Rangers 2 to m mm John Paxson will have to When they double Ive got to knock the shot down to keep them Sellers Right they should be hdsitant to ble off Ive been shooting the Jumper pretty well You have to do things better than pretty well to beat the Every team Is confident about their home Celtics Coach Jones Figuring out why weve been so successful Is Impossi ble to In other games its Seattle at Denver at the Los Angeles Lakers and Golden Slate at On Its Indiana at Washington at Philadelphia at Milwaukee and Houston at SuperSonicsMavericks The Mavericks won all five meetings with the SuperSonlcs this But both teams need not look farther back than 1984 to see what that can Seattle had a 41 regular season against Dallas that then the Mavericks won the playoff series It vyas an exciting series arid noW the Sonlcs Could do the same thing to us that We did to CdScHDffcki Motta best weapon could be former Maverick Dale who scored 25 points a this although just seven a his former JazzWarriors The Jazz posted Its second winning season In but hasTreifen sputtering In recent After J 123 the Jazz went 2528 W including 46 In and clos ed out the season with threestraight NuggetsLakers Los Angeles had the leagues best while Denver was just The Lakers are seeking their fourth title in this decade and were 5 0 against the Nuggets this with an average victory margin of 22 1987 Golf Fest starts Friday The 16th annual Central Texas Golf Fest begins on and the 1987 addition promises to be bigger and better than The number o golfers competing this year is up to an increase of 104 golfers from and to ac commodate the extra an ex tra golf course has been added to the For 16 the threeday Golf Fest has been a joint production bet ween the New San Marcos and Seguin chambers of commerce The tournament has been played locally at Landa and at Starke Park in Seguin and the Quail Creek Country Club in San Chapar ral Park in Seguin has been added to the list for this years Golf San Marcos is the host city this meaning Quail Creek will host the championship flights final round on Bill golf pro at Landa said the Golf Fest attracts visitors from many states I wouldnt say we have them from across the but we do have some from all over the Southern and Central such as Louisiana and he said The golf course ts In excellent shape for the he which is the event at Landa Weve been working hard at get ting ready for the tournament and its in good 1 think right now the course is as good as youll ever find Halbert Golfers are putting in between 100 and 120 practice rounds at the golf course in preparation for the start of the Halbert We have a lot of people coming down to play the Theyll play one course in the morning and another in the he There will be 16 flights in Ihe tour including the championship with each flight composed of 22 twoman The Golf Fest is the largest twoman team tourna ment in the Southwest Billies fall to Hays Fredericksburgs baseball team suffered its first District 134A loss Wednesday night as the Billies fell to Hays 62 The game at Fredericksburg was rained out on Tuesday In another makeup game Boerne trounced Kerrville Tivy 133 in five Hays Kenny Lancaster gave up eight hits in downing the 134A Jason Castillo hit a tworun home run for the Rebels in the first inning to help Hays build an early 30 Castillo went 3 or 4 in the scoring three runs The Billies recorded four errors in the which drops the team to 10 i in district play In James Raby and John Faecher had three hits apiece to lead the Greyhounds lohu attack Boerne remains in second place in the district with an 83 record District 134A Baieball Kairville New Snwtistin Ccmetu 1 Hays FiedBncksDuig 2 Boeme Keiville Tivy 6 Friday FiocloncktOuu I Canyon New ai Hays lockhart at Kwivilte Tivy Bovine ai Clement ca 2 3 ExCowboy Bethea a suicide victim AP Larry 3 former firstround draft choice of the Pallas died to day of an apparently selfinflicted gunshot wound to the police said Pearson of the Newport News police said i automatic handgun was fownd near wbo bad a gunshot womd to the right Eviplenjee in the shooting in Bathes apparemtly siie sajsd a defensive tor the HeAdersojo Rofl Mrtchjjjl djsye JJQ cajjser gubs 5 Cardinals 4 Mikchell in a WWing pnjy Pitir ojf ims wltt i Ajjdfe PaW50fl CQAQJE feif IBS fett togr to te p Wr4 mm sto m m mA i Twim a mm ft bjroygbt to fey Newport ve said ml Norfolk crime lab for an she said On Bethea was giveo a suspended fouryear prison term or stealing from his mother Newport News Circuit Judge Warren Stephens also ordered 3ethea to serve two years on proba tion and repay Uie money hje had taken from an attic sife in tbj Newport News home he shared witto his Alice The money her lifes Bfittea was arrested Ayg 4 by Dallas police with cash to bis pockets after he 34 Ws estranged by iQlerij loujxd her bnised MB right woiwd wtto yjg was grateful that it wm WM ;