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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports August New Texas Page 9A Three golfers tied for lead in Mens City tournament Gutierrez at 219 5 others within 4 shots Fernando Gutierrez chips onto the 5th green in Saturdays round which lei him in a threeway tie for the Photo by Deryl Clam What is shaping up as one of the closest battles ever ought for the Mens City Golf Championship will be decided today with three players tied for the lead going into the final round at the Landa Park Golf Former champion Fernando six shots behind leader Jon Eikel going into Saturdays fired a 72 to tie Eikel for the Eikel fell back to a threeday score of 219 after shooting a 78 on following rounds of 73 and 68 in the first two days of the tournament last Also tied for the lead is Ruben another former who shot a 76 on Solid play by Russell Carl Heiden and Leonard Tuch enabl ed them to be in a position to challenge All three are tied for fourth two shots behind the Tuch fired a the low score of the third for a threeday total of Gutierrez shot a 72 and Vollbrecht a Three shots behind the leader is Warren whose round of 73 on Saturday gave him a total of Ray Box shot a putting him four shots behind the leaders at In the first round of the twoday Womens City Chris ty Wernert has a threeshot lead over Rose Tuseth in the net column with a City Finals First Cloud Third Round Championship JonElkel Ruben Cedillo Hansen Fernando Gutierrez 707772219 Russell Vollbrecht Consolation Brown CarlHelden 737771 Leonard Tuch Palmer Warren Hurst RavBox Adkins Taylor Brown Dennis Kaderli Richard Hansen Hal Holtman Ronnie Scheel Dale Renken Marcus Tonish Chuck Noel 1st Dick Cloud def Rustv 2 M Hicks def Ed 2nd Scott Robert Di Doug Miller 2 up 3rd 84 Rodnev Hansen Ed 2 Bob Magnuson John 1 up 21 1st Christy 61 Brown James f Ray Strickland def Tom up 2nd J Don Sullivan def Randy Van up Steve Palmer def Pat 3rd Bill Adkins det Bob Harvey Neuse def L Wernert shot a 101 on but was aided by a 40 a shot a gross score of lowest among the Sharon Swenson is in third place with a gross score of 81 and a net score of Eight shots behind the leader is Jeanette who fired a 95 to give her a gross score of In the Mens First Flight match play Dick Cloud defeated Rusty Ellis 2 up and Hicks defeated Ed Baldwin 6 and The two will be paired off today in the In the second Scott Grabow bested Robert Di Fonzo 3 and 1 while Doug Miller topped Kastien 2 In the Third Rodney Hansen won over Ed Skelton 2 up and Bob Magnuson finally defeated John Owen 1 up after 21 In the mens First Consolation Brown was a 3 and 2 winner over James Rosales and Ray Strickland defeated Tom 2 In the Second Consolation Don Sullivan will meet Steve Palmer in todays Sullivan bested Ranfy McFarland 1 up after 20 holes and Palmer topped Pat Coins 8 and In the Third Consolation Bill Adkins defeated Bob Klefoth 3 and 2 while Harvey Neuse downed Ellsworth 3 and Todays rounds will begin at with the womens The men will tee off beginning at approx imately 10 with the Lame Duck flight going followed by the con solation the second and first flights and finally the champion ship Tyson now undisputed champion following a unanimous decision SportsWorld LAS Nev AP i Mike Tyson uon the undisputed heavyweight championship of the world Saturday but Iron Mike had to settle for a round unanimous decision over 1 underdog Tony Tucker victory before fans at the Las Vegas Hilton made the 21 sear old New Yorker the first undisputed champion since Lton Spinks upset Muhammad All on a split decision at the Hilton on reb IvtTH Michael who was stnpptti by the Inter national Boxing Federation for refusing to fight contends he is the true champion But all three sanctioning bodies the World Boxing Council and World Boxing Association now recognize the unbeaten observers didnt feel Tucker would last long with despite being unbeaten and many of the fans were disappointed Tyson didnt end the fight inside the 12round But Tson was in charge all the way and was a winner Judge 1hil Newman scored it Bill Graham had it 116112 and Julio Roldan scored it The Associated Press favored Tyson who weighed 221 had entered the ring as WBA and WBC champion while who also weighed was the IBF The victory boosted Tysons record to 310 with 27 knockouts while Tucker lost for the first time after 35 30 by Ive been a pro for seven 35 and I dont know nothing about Tucker said before the Nolte shuts out Houston in his debut By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS llulSTON Knc making his major league combined with Keith fomstock on a six hitter and Benilo Santiago drove in three leading the San Diego Padres to a victory over the Houston Astros Saturday night Nolle allowed five struck out seven and walked two in seven inn lying the single game strikeout high or a Padre starter this season whose contract was purchased from Class A A Wichita on also got his Hrsl majorleague a single The victory gnes the Padres a 7 record since June the best mark in the National League during that span The Astros have lost 2u of their last games Jeff started for the Astros and pitched 4 I gn ing up three runs on eight hits Heathcock was recalled Friday from Tuscon when Jim Deshaies was plat ed on he disabled list The Padres took a 1 HI lead in the se cond on Santiagos ninth home run of the season San Diego increased its lead to 1 0 in the fourth after Santiago led off with a moved to third on a fly and scored on Carry Templetons sacrifice The Padres added two runs in the fifth when Marvell Wynne singled and scored on John Kruks triple Kruk scored on Santiagos sacrifice fly Orioles Rangers 1 ARLINGTON Larry Sheets hit a threerun homer and Ken Dixon pit ched fivehit ball for six innings as the Baltimore Orioles defeated the Texas The only run off came on Ruben Sierras 19th homer in the first inning Dixon walked one and struck out five as he snapped a per sonal sixgame losing Mike Griffin pitched three hitless innings and struck out five for his first The Orioles snapped a W tie in the third when Billy Ripken Ed die Murray reached on third baseman Steve Buechsles and American League By The Associated Press East Division W L GB New York 41 Detroit 5H 41 590 2 Toronto GO Milwaukee 9 Boston 48 55 46fi Baltimore 48 M 462 Cleveland 37 Mi 359 Wesi Division W L GB Minnesota IS California i M 515 I Oakland M 515 2 Kansas Ill 50 48a 5 Texas 49 48o Seattle 1J 4HU Chicago 41 till 1 I Saturdays Games lev eland Toronto u Detroit III New utk 5 Oakland 3 Kansas Cit Boston u Texas 1 Seattle at iv lodavs Games Detroit i Itolunson 74 New York Ithuden Huston Munlf vlni Kansas UK Chicago i Long iO al Milwaukee i Bosio Baltimore iBoddieker i al Texas n National League By The East Si New West San lxs San Siauk II a1 California Minnesota at Oakland 1 Young rifXflaiKl ol at Toronto Saturdays Games San Francisco Cincinnati Chicago Philadelphia 3 New York Montreal 4 Los Angeles Atlanta 2 Louis Pittsburgh 6 at i San Diego Houston U Todays Games New York Darling 67 1 at Montreal iSebra610 Los Angeles iHershiser 119 1 at Atlanta Smith San Francisco iHammaker 68 1 at Cin cinnati i Browning 58 Pittsburgh Walk 21 1 at St Louis iMagrane52 Philadelphia iRawley 135 at Chicago SutcliffelSn San Diego Grant 25 1 at Houston i Scott Terry Kennedy hit a tworun double off starter Paul who broke an Ofor22 slump with a home run in Friday nights 84 victory over the hojnered in the fifth after a double by Murray and an intentional walk to Mike The Orioles made it 71 in the eighth on Murrays RBI Ron Washingtons first homer of the season leading off the game gave Baltimore a lo Royals Red Sox o KANSAS Charlie Leibrandt pitched a sixhitter and George Brett hit a tworun homer as Kansas City defeated walked one and struck out four en route to his thira straight completegame victory and his second consecutive Leibrandt shut out Baltimore 40 on July Whiti Brewers 2 MILWAUKEE Dave acquired by Chicago earlier hi the heia Milwaukee without a hit for innings and Carlton Fisk hid three hits as the White edged the Dodgers Braves 2 ATLANTA Pedro Guerrero and Mike Marshall hit scoring singles in the toping to snap a tie and power the surging Los Angeles Rodgers to i victory over the Indians Blue JaysO TORONTO Scott Bailes scat tered eight hits over 8 23 and Tommy Hinzo scored two of Clevelands runs as the Indians beat the Toronto Blue Pirates6 ST LOUIS Tom Herr raced home on a throwing error by Pitt sburgh first baseman Sid Bream in the 10th inning as the Louis Car dinals rallied for a victory over the Tigers Yankees 5 NEW YORK Lou Whitaker had four hits and scored four and Frank Tanana gave up six hits in eight innings as the Detroit Tigers beat New endng the Yankees fivegame winning Giants Reds 3 CINCINNATI Will Clark had three hits and drove in three runs to pace San Francisco to a raindelayed victory over the Cincinanti Reds Clark had an RBI a double and a tworun homer as the Giants scored six times in the first five inn ings off Bill The righthander has lost his last six deci sions to San Expos4 MONTREAL Unbeaten Terry Leach pitched a fourhitter over seven innings for his ninth victory and the New York Mets took ad vantage of four Montreal errors to beat the Cubs Phillies 3 CHICAGO Andre Dawson hit three homers and drove in five leading Chicago to a victory and breaking Philadelphias fivegame winning The Cubs had lost three in a row Athletics Twins 1 OAKLAND Carney Lajisford led olf the ninth inning with a home run Olf Frank giving the Oajkland Athletics and righthaAder Dave Stewart a victory over the Favored Bet Twice defeats Alysheba again AP Bel mont Stakes winner Bet Twice withstood a closing rush from Alysheba Saturday to win the Haskell Inviational Han dicap by a neck in stakesequaling time at Monmouth Another neck back was Lost who led most of the way but had his sevenrace winning streak broken in his first meeting with the two horses who dominated the Triple Crown Bet ridden by Craig had to overtake the frontrunning Lost who was put on the rail by jockey Gene Lost Bet Twice and Alysheba were close together at the top of the But unable to get past Lost Code on the swung Alysheba wide in the upper and Bet Twice pulled slightly ahead with about an eighth of a mile to the Kentucky Derby and Preakness Stakes came charging on the only to be dealt his second straight loss to Bet who had won the June 6 Bel mont Stakes by 14 U Bet a son of Sportin Life Golden was timed in equaling the time set by Majestic Light in the The clocking was onefifth of a second off the track record set by Spend A Buck in winn ing the Monmouth Park These two horses fight everytime they come on they said Theres not three quarters of a length difference every time we I like that they have a chance to compete for the Bet now unbeaten in four starts at his home was sent off as the favorite by the crowd of and paid and Alysheba paid There was no show Clever Secret finished 12 lengths behind Lost and Born To Shop was Despite the narrow Alysheba proved trainer Jack Van Berg right in saying his colt did not need the antibleeding medication Lasix to run Alysheba had won the Derby and Preakness on Lasix but was not allowed to use the medication in New York for the Belmont Alysheba finished fourth in the spoiling his bid to become the 12th Triple Crown winner in The win was worth in creasing Bet Twices bankroll to He is owned by Blanche Levy and the Cisley Cowboys Qnosai retires rather than face injury HONOLULU AP The professional football career of Dallas Cowboys ceftter Joe to an end doctors said he faced the possibility of permanent injury on the playing Joe has calcium desposits around the vertebrae in his spine from old in causing a narrowing of the spinal Doug the Cowboys director of public told the Honolulu StarBulletin in a telephone Our doctors informed Joe today Saturday in their he would risk disabling in jury if he played any more Todd Joe has decided to a sixthround draft pick out of the University of suf fered a neck injury last week when he blocked a linebacker during drills at the Cowboys camp in Thousand He underwent medical tests in California and Dallas before return ing to camp Friday Football was never first in my Onosai said after he heard from the First is the preaching fo the gospel of Jesus Onosai 1 feel Ive been called to be a Playing pro football would have been a great way to open doors for my I feel God has another Louganis another Gold and qualifies for Games AP Greg Louganis collected his second gold medal of the Diving Out door Championships on winning the 10meter platform com petition and a spot on the Pan American It was the 43rd national title for of Boca He won the 3meter springboard com petition Friday after finishing second in the 1meter springboard Thurs who had a score of points in the will be defen ding his titles in that event and in the 3meter in the Pan American which begin Friday in Its nice to know that you have it in you to rise to the Louganis Defending iometer national cham pion Matt of Great finished second with points and joined Louganis in qiialify ing for the Pan Am Kent of Boca Raton was third with In the womens lomgter platform Miry Ellen pjarfc of Newton toer fJut na tional title in senior Clarks victory tagrfeg the haju stl a victory streak by Micbelf who took the silver Roth qualified to represent toe in JJe ftn Aj9 f   

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