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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports July 1987 New Texas Page A Bay Area players could be AllStar heroe Reserves usually provide the difference in NLs domination over American League APi Hometown hero Mark Tony Gwyim MIK Tim Raines lead a brigade of nonstarters that could determine how tomtits 58th AllStai Game Baseballs summer showcase often been decided in the later when tin reserves take we had more quality players down to the last man than they said Mike who will make his 11th All Star appearance md eighth straight start at third base tor the National League The despite a 32 loss last has ruled the series over the last quarter It holds a 36201 edge over the American League and has won 13 of the previous along with 21 of Of those 21 10 have come in the seventh inning or In past you could say the National League had more Whenthe game was Splash down on the we had a better Schmidt A Manager John McNamara of Boston named Kansas Citys Bret Saberhagen as his team starting pitcher while NL Manager Davey Johnson of the New York Mets selected Houstons Mike Detroits Jack Morris and Rick Sutcliffe of the Chicago Cubs also figure to be included in the rotation as the tries to win con secutive AllStar Games for the first time since Clear skies and a sellout crowd of are forecast for the local start at the Oakland Most of the Bay Area excitement for the AllStar Game is being generated by the Atletics 6foot5 rookie who leads the major leagues with 33 home No Oakland player has appeared in the AH Star Game since although McGwire oo should see action at first base once elected starter Don Mattingly I would like to get at least one If it turns out to be that would be McGwire You never know if youll be able to play in The excitement will be While Mcfanara nas Tony Kirbv Alan rammeii and Dwight Johnson may have inert to choose from on his Pedro Jeffrey Leonard and Willie McGee are the backup Keith Juan Samuel and Tim Wallach are among the NLs reserve m George Brett and Lou Whitaker who were picked as extra infieklers in the will not play and have been icplaced by rookie Kevin Seitzer and Harold Pitchers understand fans like livlier balls AP Pitchers selected for this years AllStar game say this seasons increased home run production ran be linked to juiffKj players and even acvi i Whatever the different game th being hit in reeoM VM have YtV 1 u Detroits Jack Morris said MVcbn ut what rtues it matUr The fans the bally hit ovti wvrt just making them The ran nnnts to ste home runs Through the first BO pinuu each tMin tin MiciuiriUvt AriKiican league earned run and me fmnulative KKA is have hRAs been NO ugh lime ot year And thats mainly because of the long ball homers have been hit by the 14 teams and 938 bv the 12 Nearly 500 swimmers from South Texas filled the Olympic Pool at Landa Park over the weekend during a Junior Olympic qualifying meet Event coordinator Bud Dallmann said 163 swimmers advanced to the Junior Olympic which will take place July 2526 in Photo bv Deryl Clark Pitino Providence for Knicks NEW YORK For almost three basketball throughout tincountry had the New York coaching None was offered the and most eventually lust interest Hick The Kmcks ufiered the job to the nearold Providence Colhgi Friday and after con sulting an ins Itam Pitiau who led the to the Final Four last year said leaving the school was the most difficult division of my Ufe I was 100 percent happy he said at a news conference But 1 couldnt turn down the challenge of coadung the It 1 didn t take ttie I would have always wondered about it a under Hubie Brown from 1983 to recently signed a fiveyear contract ex tension at Providence worth a reported a year 1 had a long talk with him Saturday morning and told him Providence College would not stand in the way of his professional school President John Cunningham He did not ask me to get out of the contract 1 extended it to bun a New York was the first candidate interviewed by the Knicks after they fired Coach Bob Hill and General Manager Scotty Stirling on April 20 He withdrew his name from consideration May 1 after the Knicks failed to meet his hiring but changed his mind when the team offered him the job last Pitino said he accept the Knicks offer until Monday after meeting with his Providence Pillot wins Nassau tourney Madahn Pillot shot a consistent 64 on Wednesday to take first place in the litdiei iJolf Associations Nassau Marion Patten won the front nine with a score of 33s while Jan Magnusons 28j won the back nine Birdies were made by Kose ami Marion were made by Mary Maxme Irene Marian Fox and Alice Simpson Score of 53 wins better ball event The team of Kastien and Brennan shot a M on Saturday to take first place in the New Braunfels loll Asociations fourman better ball Nassau The shared the best score on the back nine at 26 with the team of M Johnston and B Winning the front nine witli a score of 22 was the team of Chady and H Li individual K Cedillo won the A flight with a Ci while llice captured the B flight with a J Hays 68 won the C flight and J Lawrence look the D flight with a liif CedJllo had the low gross set e ui 69 Duncan win Florida Scramble John Mciuerson of New Braunfels Richard Duncan of San Antonio took first place Saturday in the Florida Scramble tournament at lxes Par 3goli The pair a Sucre of 55 to capture top honors in the tour Taking second place at a was the team of Russel Hausmann and Jesse Both golfers are from New NB Babe Ruth team wins district title The New Braunfels 13year old Ha lie Ruth league team won the district title at a tournament in Luhng over the advancing the team to another tournament this New Braunfels won the district crown with an ltt8 led by Mario Davilas 300foot solo home run and a fine pitching peiforniance from Jason New Braunfels trailed 71 in the fourth inning but scored 17 runs in the last two innings lu win the New Braunfels will play in Eagle Pass beginning Thursday in the regional Team members are Brian Gabriel Jason Andy Victor Charlie Kyle Jacob Pete Chris Tim Truudad Rosales and Kevin Girls softball league plans meeting Thursday The National Little League is having an organisational meeting for a girls fastpitch ino arc Softball league at 7 Thursday at the National league Optimist Anyone interested should attend the or call Ed or Marcie Barbosa at Corporate pool tourney slated for July 19 The TriCounty Corporate Challenge continues this month with a pool tournament in San The tournament will be July 19 at 1 1U p in at the Hungry Stick on Hopkins Only one division one male and one female partners will be competing in the best of three doubleelimination Entry fee is per person and table For more information contact Mike Butler in San Marcos at 396 You may also call Charlie Sandberg at Fowler teaches volleyball clinic Phyllis Fowler will lead two sessions of a volleyball clinic at the Canyon Middle School The first session runs July 1317 and the second session is scheduled for July Both sessions run Monday through Friday from 9 until The cost is and includes a T Any player may Registration is now under way at the CISD Office and will also take place on the first morning of both For more information please call 62M205 or Jackson to play football in baseball offseason AP The Kansas City Royals remain Bo Jacksons top but the for mer Heisman Trophy winner plans to return to football a sport he once said he would never play again after ihe baseball season Jackson and his Richard were expected to announce today that the former Auburn University AllAmerican would to sign a contract to play next fall for the Los Angeles Raiders of the Woods said Jackson would ex plain his reasons for playing foot ball during a news conference He wants people to know that baseball is still his No 1 Woods said Monday a rookie outfielder with the turned down a contract from the Tampa Bay who selected him as the first pick in the 1986 NFL At the Jackson said he would never play football We still havent finalized the said who met over the weekend with Raiders owner Al There really isnt a But well go over it and try to work it The Montgomery quoting unidentified reported in todays editions that the contract would be worth about million a The the newspaper is a longterm deal with escape clauses in case Jackson eventually decides to play only Jackson announced Saturday that he wanted to play for the who made him their seventhround draft pick this But he said his decision to return to football for at least part of one season does not mean his baseball career is Once I said Ill play I meant Jackson Im a baseball player and Ill always be a baseball Ill be a Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY KMOl H t iv t e iii tigM1l3ut USA 6 pin WEDNESDAY p ni Hoijf df my SidliOdS Mun ESPN Bun liny PBA AuSti tbPN Local sports FRIDAY SATURDAY AAU In MLLI Mt Allen Transactions By The Associated PIBSS BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES Retailed Billy iiitieldei tiom Ruchestei ot the In teinationdl league Optioned Dave Van Goidei caichot to Rochestei CALIFORNIA ANGELS KirK tfoin Hie 21 day disabled list Placed Dannie Mooie pitcher on the 15day disabled IIM iraniiaireu Oaitell infielder lioni the 15 day disableo list to the 21 day disabled list TEXAS HANGERS Signed Slev to a minor league contract mtti Okldiiuvia City of thu American Association National League ATLANTA BRAVES Activated Ken third torn tht la day disabled list Optioned Jetf Blausei infieldei to Greenville ol the Southern League CHICAGO CUBS Activated Ryne second tiom the 21 day disabled list TiadtJd Sieve to the NCA uik for Bob Rich and Dean Assigned Scidd to Putsfield ol the Eastern League and Wilkins to Winston Salem ot the Caiolma Optioned MiKe inlieldei tu Iowa ol the Anienujn me conuaut ut Luis tiom Acquired Dave to complete he uade ol Gary Matthews to the Seattle Manners baseball player until they tear tin jersey off my At the AllStar Jackson was hitting with 18 home runs and runs batted in He also had 112 strikeouts in 277 which is a pace to break the alltime single season record of 189 set by San Franciscos Bobby Bonds in Avron coowner of the Royals said Jacksons contract will be restructured to protect the team in case he is injured on the football who met with Jackson over the said he never considered giving Jackson an ultimatum to choose between the two Oiler quarterback Luck opts for legal career HOUSTON JAPi Oliver the Houston Oilers backup quar terback for the past five has decided to leave the playing field to tackle work as a The recent graduate from the University of Texas School of Law said Monday he was retiring from professional football in order to take part in a yearlong legal fellowship in West This is a once in a lifetime type Luck its going to be a lot of fun and this will mean a lot of job one of two players picked by the Oilers in the second round of the 1982 had seen limited play Ln his tenure with the team Last Luck played in four games and started the 13th game for an injured Warren In that he completed 11 of 14 passes for 106 yards and threw two in terceptions in a 1310 overtime loss in He has played in 20 games in professional career aud started iilv 44 yards and 13 ns His year vas in whcii hi u arid tht ewfor Gradually over the past few years Ive lost sonicinterest in the i Is narci as a backup when youre not When the team isnt doing very well you tend to lose some of your enthusiasm for the who unshed in the top 10 percent of his lau school said he will take the Texas bar exam later this He was one of five people nationwide selected for the program in West Ex Cowboy Coleman charged with murder S A former Dallas Cowboy linebacker has been charged with murder and armed robbery the death of a nightclub authorities Ralph of Green has been charged in the death of Ronald who was killed after he stepped out of a local lounge at about 5 Jerry Stargel of the Greenville Police Department who wore 86 for the Cowboys and now wears 135 as a prisioncr in the Greenville County Detention played just one year for the National Football League team and was released because he wasnt good He was with us for a year in and said Doug spokesman for the Colemans arrest this weekend was not his first brush with the law in South YOU THOUGHT EEDED A NEW u pwpie rtno Oluvt mjugii Iu wne My tu iiioie Hun oi them an no umcnast j txCiUSe pubinr AAMCf teo 1it liit MuillUhecK X you may no iieeo a majui uveiidin AAMCO ivili leli you wiiat you need giuranified puce Bulotc And should me lUniaHiam you ll i ai aHiiiddbit So COIHU in toi J AAMCO Mulb Chech JiajjiiOMS s sman to base youi on not tspeciaii when tacts 31 e free On modej tniHHjil itfurt Hrijl M 4 fl inuHml u fof 4 tutn prtce quote Symptom Cause it Hitsetf dy an imBsirutiiw a w eg eti nTHE FREE AAMCO MULTICHECK DIAGNOSIS IT COSTS YOU NOTHING TO SAVE A WORLDS LARGEST MANUMISSION SPECIALISJS AAMCO TRANSMISSIONS Oltti trie 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