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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 5, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Gooden makes return tonight at Shea NEW YORK AP Dwight Gooden returns to the New York Only time will tell what they It doesnt matter what he said Darry his best friend on the The good thing is that were getting him Im going to tell him to have fun and not think about anything else but the A sellout crowd at Shea Stadium and clear skies were expected for Goodens first majorleague start since cocaine He will face the Pittsburgh against has a 60 career record and earned run I expect him to have some trou I also expect him to pitch out of Mets pitching coach Mel Stot tlemyre I think well see a slightly different pitcher than we saw last fewer cut fastballs and We dont need a nohitter or a If he shows he can work out of that would be Its a long Longhorns meetOSU tonight in the CWS AP Oklahoma State pitcher Pat Hope has provided a surprise to College World Series op ponents who thought the thirdranked Cowboys were nothing more than heavy pitched his second com plete game of the NCAA Division I baseball championships Thursday struck out walked none and scattered seven hits to down 2 Stanford 62 in the winners bracket Stanfords Jack and reliever Al Osuna kept Oklahoma States AllAmerican third baseman Robin Ventura from getting a Venturas NCAArecord 58 game hitting streak was snapped by an Ofor5 night at the He did reach base in the top of the ninth when his onehop smash was mishandled by Stanford second baseman Frank The victory in the winners bracket final gave Oklahoma 5911 and unbeaten in the World an automatic berth in the championship game either Saturday or met 7 Loui siana in an elimination game this followed by Oklahoma State against 1 A Texas victory would force a meeting Saturday night between the Longhorns and the StanfordLSU sur The winner of that contest would meet Oklahoma State on Sun Scoreboard day night for the A victory tonight by Oklahoma State would eliminate Texas and set up a championship game Saturday night between the Cowboys and the StanfordLSU Hospital stay may help Howser KANSAS AP Dick Howser has weakened in his 10 month battle against brain cancer and doctors are hoping a hospital stay will help him gather medical authorities the former manager of the Kansas City Royals was listed in serious con dition at Lukes Hospital where he was taken on has undergone three operations since last July 22 for a malignant brain Moses streak snapped by Danny Harris Spain AP It had been 10 years since Edwin Moses lost a 400meter hurdles and although he may have been upset at having his 122race winning streak he want upset at I ran a good race and the guy that beat me is 10 years younger and ran the race of his Moses said Thursday night after fellow American Danny Harris beat the world record Its very early in the season for me to be running in Im not as sharp as I would be This is one of my best times for so early in the Im not disappointed at all with the race I Moses streak was the longest in the history of a running The twotime Olympic goldmedal winner last lost when West Germanys Harald Schmid beat him on 1977 in West lolanda Balas of Romania holds the record for most consecutive vic tories in track and field She won 180 times in a row in high jumping competition in the 1950s and The 21yearold Harris won in a careerbest ahead of the 31yearold Another Nat finished third in This doesnt detract from what Edwin has Hes still a great Steve Harris coach Edwin won it gold medal in Danny was in third Its phenomenonal that hes competed at that level for so Moses led after the second but Harris gained the lead by the fifth and stayed I hit the tenth hurdle and that really cost me the Moses expect to do much New Texas June Coed volleyball tourney in June A coed volleyball tournament for 8 and C division teams will be part of the activities at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Churchs Summer This doubleelimination tournament will take place on June Registration deadline is For more in formation call Robert Rodriquez at or 629 Soccer camp fate to be decided The continued rains have put the New Braunfels Soccer Camp in a Camp Director Roger Wrobel said he will look at the Soccer Field Saturday and will determine whether it is suitable for play next He said he will make a deci sion Wrobel said inquiries may be made to his home telephone in Seguin at 3724236 with information left on his answering Schuetzen Verein to host shoot New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein will host the Hugo Saltier Memorial Offhand Medal Shoot on Sunday June 7 at for its members at the club range of The match consists of 20 shots offhand and the winner will receive a traveling medal which has been passed on since Basketball league begins play The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department and the New Braunfels Basketball Association Summer Basketball League will begin play on June Each that has signed up to play must pay their entry fee by June 4 at 5 to play in the For further information please con tact Charlie Sandberg at Elks set for June The monthly Elks Golf Tournament will take place on June 9 beginning at 9 at the Landa Park Golf The monthly Sunday Scramble is scheduled for on June 14 at Landa American League Fun Day set The American Little League will host a Fun Day Saturday at the Common Street Field across from the Comal County The activities will take place from 10 3 attd will include a dunking ring acoke artd a raffle drawing at Food and drinks will be on hand and there will also be a rum mage looking for people interested in becoming referees to officiate youth Games are played at New Canyon Lake and Anyone Interested should call Pete Gerko at 6294266 or Paul Barsch at for more O Mrtl f A J Li u The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Sum mer 87 Volleyball League are still accepting spon sors The Cost is per Player fees will be per player and the deadline for these fees is JUne This holds true for all four leagues the Womens B and C and League play begins June 9 in the B June 10 in the A June 11 in the C league and June 14 in All games will be played at the Haymarket volleyball courts located on Comal Street and all games begin at For more please contact Charlie Sandberg at 6255818 or go by the Parks office located in Landa one block from the Summer karate offered Two classes are being offered through New Braunfels ISD Community Education will meet during the week of June Summer Track will take place beginning June 8 from until at the New Braunfels High School Coordinated by Lew the cost is per Participants will prepare for practice meets which will take place throughout the Beginning karate will register on June 1 from 6 until 7 at the New Braunfels Middle taught by Nick meet on Mondays and Thursdays and are The cost is for a sixweek For more information on either call 620 Womens League needs 2 teams The New Braunfels Womens Basketball League is looking for two more teams to complete the leagues maximum number of teams are needed for tournament For more please contact Cam pos at N B soccer needs refs The New Braunfels Soccer Referees Association is The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation has changed sites for their Summer Playground Pro Summer Session I is utilizing Lone Star and Carl Schurz You may register at both sites from Monday through Fri The cost is per Session II will be held at Seele Elementary and Lamar schools from July 6 through July You may register for Summer Session II at the Parks office from 8 5 Monday through The cost is per For further information about the program please contact Charlie Sandberg at 6255818 for more CISD offers tennis for beginners Tennis will be offered by the Comal Independent School Districts community education program in the Bulverde and Smithson Valley area during Beginning adults as well as a program for children ages 9 and up will be offered at the Bulverde Tennis Club beginning Tuesday at 9 Classes will be given four consecutive Tuesdays by Ella Nelson and Charlie Tuition is To or for more contact Nancy Dlrectior of Community Education for Bulverde and Smithson at Grisham to teach tennis lessons The Parks and Recreation Department is hav ing tennis lessons taught by Lee The cost is per child per The sessions are from June 818 and June 22 July This class is offered to children ages Registration will take place at the Parks and Recreation Department office from 8 5 Mon day through Deadline to sign up will be June For more information contact Charlie Sandberg at CHRYSLER LeBARON COUPE THE LUXURY OF ANNUAL PERCENTAGE OR CASH On the air FRIDAY 8 Tennis French semifinal 2 Golf LPGA McDonalds second i Baseball Louis at Chicago 3 Golf PGA Kemper se cond 1 College baseball World Series Game Baseball San Diego at 7 College baseball World Series Game SATURDAY 11 Tennis French Open tape Noon Golf LPGA McDonalds Cham third 2 Baseball Los Angeles at Cin 2 Miscellaneous Wide World of Sports featuring Old Man of Hoy Rock Climb in Scotland Australian Surf Lifesaving Championships prerace report on Belmont 3 Baseball Louis at Chicago 3 Soccer MISL teams to be Horse racing Belmont Baseball San Diego at 7 College baseball World Game Uca sports SATURDAYSUNDAY 8 Tennis Dick Hueser Memorial New Braunfels High SATURDAYMONDAY Soccer New Braunfels Stars at Col orado Springs National Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORlOLESReleased Tip py DETROIT TIGERSSigned Bill third Signed Steven and assigned him to Bristol of the Appalachian Signed Jim MINNESOTA TWINSSigned Marv Charles first and Albert Assigned Smith and Jones to Elizabethton of the Appalachian League and assigned Gilbert to Visalia of the California Obtained Tom from the San Diego Padres for Dave pit sent Gorman to Portland of the Pacific Coast National League NEW YORK METSOptioned Jeff In to Tidewater of the Interna tional BASKETBALL National Basketball League DALLAS MAVERICKSNamed John MacLeod 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