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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 9, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports June New texas Pages Boston tries to even series Los Angeles Celtics proved they are physically able BOSTON AP The Boston Celtics were sup posed to be too hurt and too tired to win a game against the Los Angeles But now that the Celtics have reduced Los Angeles advantage in the NBA championship series to 21 and held the Lakers running game in there will he no more lame excuses after tonights Game 4 at Boston Theyve proved they arent so banged Lakers guard Magic Johnson Now that thats over we can get back to The Celtics were bothered during the season and the playoffs by a series of knee and foot in juries that hobbled starters Robert Kevin McFIale and Danny Alnge and deprived the bench of Bill Walton and Scott All the talk about them being injured took away from how great we were said guard Byron who had a total of 64 points in the two Los Angeles but scored four in the 109103 defeat on Now theyve beaten us and theyre not injured didnt see anyone limping out on the Lakers Coach Pat Riley They had so many Injuries this season that it became part of their picture and ultimately pulled them Blowout losses in the first two games had the Celtics believing they werent physically capable of stopping the but Ainge said Sundays victory proved Its a frustrating Aingc said of the two I think that frustration is Its back to Ainge was at midcourt when the clock ran out in Game and he slammed the ball to the floor in We gave everything we had and finally said who missed three earlier playoff games with a knee In the first two it seemed like everything we tried to we still NBA National Basketball Association By The Associated Press CHAMPIONSHIP June J Los Angeles F5oston 113 Thursdays Game Los Angeles Boston 122 Sundays Game Boston Los Angeles Los Angeles leads series 2 Todays Game Los Angeles at Boston Thursdays Game Los Angeles at Boston Sundays Game Boston at Los if necessary Tuesdays Game Boston at Los if necessary couldnt stop When we finally did the emotion just came despite a stress fracture in his right had 21 points and 10 two more than his total for the first two who has aggravated an ankle injury several times during the had foul but still scored 16 points in 26 Riley and the Lakers said that if they can cor rect a few shortcomings they will over come the although they have won 85 of their last 87 games at Boston We feel like we did it to ourselves they didnt do it to Johnson Not boxing out really killed In the first two it was so easy to score and get good shots that we got frivolous with our shot thinking that anything would go Riley Its a subconscious If you ask them if they were theyll say In Los we pushed the ball up constant we kept guard Michael Cooper What we did Sunday was push it for a minute or then get caught up in the Celtics Kiley was most upset at the Celtics 5641 re bounding advantage in Game We got pushed around underneath the Riley We wont win if we get outrebounded like Boston is trying to become the first team to repeat as NBA champions since the 1969 That Boston also lost the first two games of the bestofseven series in Los then came back to win the title In seven But Johnson brushed off the historical significance of the 1969 I was 10 years old he This is and were just trvlng to win this Johnson said he didnt see that either team has a psychological edge at this point in the Their confidence level is much higher than it but were still up Johnson My philosophy is that the best team will no mat ter When you get to the you have to believe they cant psych you out and you cant psych them Boston Coach Jones that the Celtics could have confidence problems if they can force the series back to even if they win all three games in I think when we lost nine in a row on the road in it affected us psychologically and we havent gotten over it Jones But I cant deal with that problem We still have two games to win at Fortysix tennis players competed in the Dick Hueser Memorial Tournament over the Photo by Deryl Clark Finals postponed in Hueser tourney Schultz to work on NCAA image KANSAS AP Although he wont take charge of the NCAA for about a Dick Schultz is going right to work on the sometimestattered image of the governing body of college The common perception of most people you talk to is that the NCAA is some bureaucratic organization in Kansas City that makes all these con troversial when the NCAA is said who has signed a fiveyear contract to succeed Walter Byers as NCAA executive Maybe one of the biggest contribu tions I can make might be in the first four of five months is by getting around and visiting with different groups and being able to have an ex change with Mow do other people view us he I think thats one of the big gest to bring reality and perception The individual institutions have to play a larger role in solving the problems of inter collegiate The problems of college sports will become Schultz1 problems when he takes over for who has run the NCAA since 1947 and became ex ecutive director when the post was created in Schultz and Byers appeared at a news conference Monday to an nounce the NCAA Executive Com mittees poorly kept secret that it had chosen Schultz as Byers replace describing himself as very very noted he will simply be another member of the staff until Byers of ficially steps no later than will become executive director emeritus until I will be in the process of learning about this Believe there is a lot to said who since 1981 has been athletic director at There is no question as to who is in charge of the NCAA until that time comes And right no one knows when that date will Schultz said he will take a hardline stand on academic The integrity issue is very he Rains on Monday washed away the championship mens finals in the Dick Hueser Memorial Tennis Tour but the rest of the field was able to complete its The championship finals between David Perkins and Peter Forney will be played sometime this weather The team of Jesus Rojo and Craig Westerfer won the Mens Champion ship Doubles by default over Forney and Rick Shirley at the New Braunfels High School Chris Ray won the A Mens Singles with a 76 victory over Eric The team of Ray Bergquist won the A Mens Doubles with a win over the team of Dennis Ray claimed the Mens A Consolation Valerie Skov and Patsy Wingfield took first place in the womens which featured King of the Court Taking second was Susan Rogers and Carol Fortysix entrants took part in the which raised more than for a scholarship fund in the name of who was a local ten nis instructor I think the weather had a lot to do with cutting clown the number of said tournament spokesman Ray but quality we had an excellent There were a lot of close matches Some of the tournaments matches were played at T Bar Briefly Mariners Langston twohits Texas Youth baseball camp begins next week There will be a baseball camp for youths ages 812 beginning Monday at the National League The oneweek camp will take place from 1 until 4 Coaching the clinic will be New Braunfels High School head baseball coach Peter Garza and assistant coach Neal Also coaching will be the head coaches of San Marcos and Anthony Tobias and Bill Miller The cost is for the first child for 15 hours of Any addi tional child in a family will cost AH participants will receive a souvenir Coed vball tourney scheduled in June A coed volleyball tournament for B and C division teams will be part of the activities at Our Lady of Perpetual Help Churchs Summer This doubleelimination tourna ment will take place on June ball tourney won with score of 195 The team of Laurence and Adkins shot a 195 at the Landa Park Golf Course Satur day to take first place in the New Braunfels Golf Associations four man three better ball tourna In second place at 198 was the lean of Miller and In third at 199 was the team of Williams and McClure had the low individual score in the A flight with a Lan casters 65 was the low score in the B flight and Weldy had the low C flight score of Adkins won the D flight with a Eikel had the low gross score of Landa Park course plays added money The New Braunfels Golf Associa tion will play an added money tour nament on Saturday and Sunday at the Landa Park Golf The previously scheduled Sunday Scramble has been The Guys and Dolls tournament will take place at 9 on June Annual fees were due on or before June All golfers who have not yet paid their annual fees must now pay a daily fee to McMurtry sets record at Sundays shoot Eighteen shooters participated in the prestigious Hugo Saltier Memorial Offhand Medal This shoot consists of 20 shots of When the final results were Joel McMurtry had not only won the but had set a new record of 465 which is four more than anyone has achieved since In the McMurty also qualified for two of the clubs 120 pins by shooting 10 and a Also placing in the match were Buddy who took second with a and David who took third at 451 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Mark Langston believes he may pitch a nohitter some but for now hes happy with his 60 shutout of the Texas The 27year old lefthander allowed just singles to Ruben Sierra in the fourth inning and to Steve Buechele in the while striking out nine batters and walking one Monday It was his second career the first coming against Detroit in And it was his third shutout of the In addition to nine Langston got eight Rangers to ground and only four Rangers hit the ball to the Langstons nine strikeouts threw him back in the majorleague lead with overtak ing Houstons Mike who led the American League with 345 strikeouts last was 42 ahead of his pace after 12 games last year coming into Mondays While Langston was baffling the his teammates had no trou ble with Texas starter Mike who was making his first ap pearance of the year after being call ed up from the Padres Astros 4 The visiting Padres rallied from a 41 hole with a fourrun Luis who homered in the second got the gamewinning Randy Ready and Shane Mack opened the eighth with singles and both scored on a grounder by Carmelo Martinez that shortstop Craig Reynolds threw past first Benito Santiago scoring pinchrunner James and San tiago stole third and scored on Salazars single to right W 34 35 29 28 27 26 20 W 30 30 28 29 25 22 22 American League By The Associated Press East Division W L GB Toronto New York Milwaukee Detroit Baltimore 27 29 482 8 Boston 26 31 9 Cleveland 20 36 15 West Division W L GB Kansas City Minnesota 30 26 536 1 Oakland Seattle California Chicago Texas Mondays Games Boston Baltimore 2 Minnesota Kansas City Toronto New York 0 Cleveland California 0 Oakland Chicago 3 Seattle Texas n Todays Games Toronto tCerutti 22 at mi Boston Hurst 611 at Baltimore n Milwaukee Higuera 55 at Detroit ni Kansas City Jackson 271 at Min nesota i n i Cleveland Schrom 45 at California in Chicago DeLeon 44 at Oakland n Texas Guzman 12 at Seattle i Morgan National League By The Associated Press East Division Chicago Montreal New York Philadelphia Pittsburgh West Division Cincinnati San Francisco Houston Atlanta Los Angeles San Diego W 29 28 2fi 24 L 20 2 211 27 27 3D GB 527 i 444 W L 28 m 27 2U 482 27 29 4R2 IT 43 25 in GB B H Ml Mondays Games Chicago New York 2 Montreal Pittsburgh 1 St Philadelphia 8 Ios Angeles Atlanta i Cincinnati San Francisco rt San Diego Houston 4 Todays Games New York Leach 4D at hicago Mad dux 451 San Francisco i M at Cincin nati ipacillo ll mi Pittsburgh Dunne 01 at Montreal i n Louis iCox 62 ai Philadelphia i Ruffin i n i Los Angeles iLeary 01 at Atlanta ni San Diego Dravecky 15 at Houston in Cincinnati won for the fourth time this season after trailing by six runs as they rallied past San Cirdiniim At the Cardinals have the best record in the majors and are off to their best start in 20 Speed and power were the keys at with Vince Coleman stealing four bases and scoring three and Jack Clark Mets2 In Manny Trillo was the homering on the first pitch he saw in the ninth inning from Doug BQdgers Braves 3 It was the Orel Hershiser show in The Dodgers pitcher allow ed three hits in 6 13 singled in a run in the third stole se cond and and beat out a basesloaded bunt single on a 22 count to drive in another run with two outs in the Expos Pirates 2 In Neal Heaton won his fifth straight game with a seven hitter and helped himself with pair of singles and two Indians Angels 0 Fortyeightyearold Phil Niekro of Cleveland and 42yearold Don Sutton of California showed fans why they are headed for baseballs Hall of Niekro pitched 7 13 shutout innings to win the 315th victory of his career and prevail in a battle of winners as the Indians defeated the Angels Blue Jays Yankees 0 George who had never hit a home run at Yankee Stadium in five seasons with started to make up for it with two homers and four runs batted in as the Blue Jays moved into first place by a half game over New York in the AL Twins Royals 3 Rookie Gene Larkin hit a pinch tri ple with the bases loaded in the seventh inning to move Minnesota to within one game of firstplace Kan sas City in the AL Red Sox Orioles 2 Bop Stanley snapped a personal sixgame losing streak on the road as Boston sent Baltimore to its fifth straight defeat and ninth in 10 allowed 10 hits in 6 23 Tom Bolton pitched 113 inn ings and Calvin Schiraldi pitched the ninth On the air sion I CbajpjpJLoflsJWp i Baseball New York Wets at College lacrosse NCAA PJ vi stas I semifinal larylajjd I Baseball issw Vowfe Baseball yg Apples at Bowling PBA Showboat SportsWorld Hendersgn named athlete 8 i France RanctaJJ Ueiliporti 168 set by Randy Hall of Port Lavaca Calhoun in tg pliy leviiti W Iftote m CRunftry tovita Kew High 4P bg gojng p thf fatiojaajl NB4 CpflMoMonfr Pivid Stera contiriaed is Bostofl Monday that the Bucks would serve as hosts to a roundrobin tournament 2325 at the Milwaukee Arena featuring the Soviet national team and European champion Tracer It will be the first time the NBA witt be tovojyegi in international The foMmagwot was organized by the NBA and the international gover ning body for FIB The schedule calls tor the Bucks Tracer Milan to open the towrnameot on   

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