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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 28, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A New Texas June 1991 Swim meet at Landa Pool The Schlittcrbahn Invitational swim meet will be taking place today through Sunday at the Landa Park The races will be today at 7 with all other events going on Saturday and On the weekend races begin at 9 The sanctioned by South Texas Swimming and sponsored by the New Braunfels Rotary Club and the New Braunfels Aquatic has attracted clubs from around the There will be 16 swimming organizations along with various unaffiliated swimmers from as far away as The competition is limited to Class B level swimmers or a designation based on times at previous Outoftown clubs taking part in the meet include four from San two from Corpus and clubs from Fredericks Round Rock and From the host New Braunfels Aquatic 13 local swimmers will be participating in one or more Joel Brenton is competing in the 100and 50meter freestyle races in the 15andolder age Julie Burt is also swimming in five races the 200 indi vidual the 200 and 100 and the 100 and 50 butterfly Burt is in the 10andunder Jason Chew qualifies for six 15andolder events the 200 individual medley the 100 and 200 breast strokes and the and 200 freestyle Jesse also in the 15andolder is swimming in the 100 back stroke and the 200 and 400 Ryan Ucschner will be competing in the 10andunder 50meter breast Mathcw Flume is in the 14andundcr 100 along with the 50 and 100 In the 10andunder Randy Jonas will swim in six events the 200 individual the 50 and 100 the 50 back the 50 breast stroke and the 50 J Cris Lagunas will compete in the and 200 frees tyles in the 14andunder Sarah Moscheau qualified in nine events in the 14and under division the 200 individual medley the 100 butterf ly the 100 breast stroke the 100 and 200 back stroke and the and 400 Jarcd Rosson is swimming in three 15andolder competing in the 100 breast stroke and the 50 and 100 Zac Rosson qualified for the 10andunder 50meter breast Jamie in the 15andolder qualified for a clubhigh 10 events at the Sheridan will com pete in the 200 and 400 individual medleys the 100 and 200 breast strokes the 100 and 200 back strokes and the and 400 Joe Sumpter will swim in seven 15andolder Sumpter is competing in the 200 individual medley the 100 and 200 butterfly races the 100 back stroke and the and 200 Ribbons will be awarded for first through eighth place at the On the New Braunfels Aquatic Club will also host a duel meet for its Class C swimmers with the Corpus Christi starting at approximately CTC members competing at McAllen Eight Canyon Track Club members will be competing in the Amateur Athletic Union South Texas meet in McAllen today and The team members advanced to the South Texas meet at last weeks regionalqualifying event at San Antonios Northside Kendra Reimer qualified in two intermediate events the long jump and the 80meter Three of the CTC members will be competing in the Michael Bird qualified in the senior and Daniel Hagerty and Melissa Bird both will be throwing the discus in the midget June and Beth Cowan both quali fied in the high June in the senior division and Beth in the Scoreboard Horse racing Here is the handicap information tram Bandera Downs lor Saturdays races Racel Carnival Cutie Beaten favorite last time Big Cher Had local should be ready today Big Red Anchor Man Could sur Longshot Sassy Do Race 2 Moolah lo Spend Needs a good break Ego Master Broke slowly last time Bender Belte Better distance lor her Longshot Race 3 Aaah Whal a Bug Overdue for a win The Jackson Ran well in last Into the Sun Top trainer drops this one looking lor a Longshot Dark Sugar Race 4 Kiddy Cotton Top Hits the bottom today Super Sonic Effort Caught late Dans Mucho Pesos Had much rouble last Longshot Handsome Races High on the Charts Close to tougher in last Rolling Smoke Drops to the bottom Lotta Toro Was flying late in Longs hot Bululu Races Mucha Color Much in her favor in here Tiger Plus Drops in for a price Gypsy Money Man This one is wellregarded for a tag Longshot Race 7 Botanical Can take them wire to wire Jolly J Fits better in here Slewies Bend Has a chance to upset the apple Longs hot Wampum Race a Hes a Hustler Has been gone awhile Pairickseasymoney Should be the publ ics choice Has he speed lo be a Longshot Sovereign Race 9 Heres Queenie Has changed barns lalely Slacys Princess Deserves anolher chance Cherry Dandy Surprised them last lime Longshot Race 10 Aciash for Cash Was overmatched last one Let Loose the Legion Also ran against lougher loes Come Unwound The rail is a Longshot American Race 11 Loom Fruit Appears lo be in better shape Irian others Jive Has had two preps ready to sirelch out Shooling Club Road Close last Longshot Race 12 Texas Scoope Just won against easier Anders Flash Can run this kind Unknown Soldier Post may hinder but lale run can overcome Lorigshol Top National League Qerrws Cincinnati San Diego 0 Louis Philadelphia 2 New York Montreal 3 Pittsburgh Chicago 3 Atlanta Houston 0 American League Games Chicago Seattle 2 Toronto Minnesota 0 Texas Oakland 6 New York Boston 0 Baltimore Cleveland 2 Detroit 3 Transactions BASEBALL RED Mike Gar on lie 15day disabled Retailed Daryl If from Pawiuck el gf he International CLEVELANP Tom and Turner outfiel lo the Toronto Slue Jays lor Denis Qlenalien HID and Mark and a player to be Rachel who also qualified for the South Texas meet last returns in the intermediate 400meter Jeremy in the junior will compete in the long Local athletes in the New Braunfels Track Club and Shannon Albrechts Track Club have also qualified for the twoday of Wimbledon do for Agassi i been a rough four drobc has Infuriated the liit ta unMocKerroom is csUHMisnrneni HHmCU im French Open winner and a natural served and volleyed his time sifted And played like Froity L It JM irvwaMww WIMAWinw during the that tefeari Thurs wis imetfupted twice The seed and farther from his usual perch oh die baseline the match even trying some serve anavolley play in thfe final set oif It feels like a cwt YOG jtift tHrow fterfe they till year said who played in Wimbledon is a shot making ycrti see shots here you dontsee ahyWhere I had a great I dont flank Ive ever enjoyed playing as Htudh aVl have he lasteouplebf Connors happy just to be Ttnth seed Goran Ivanisevic blasted 25 aces as lie defeated local favorite Andrew and three seeded women 4 Amy KatcHnft Malceva and Jana Nbvot who lost in a semifi nal thriller td Boris ftcckcr last yeif1 to comblcftia a 54 victory over the don resident in a match that started Sixth seed Novotiia defeated Nicole Pratt and eighth seed Malecva won 64 over Julie an Ameri can seeded won over On Andre Agassi was a ghostly vision at his long overdue Wimbledojn comingout bearing white denim shorts over white biking a white shirt and a white The fluorescent lime shin was The neon pink shorts were left at A dangling gold ear ring was the only hint ofhis unique sartorial The player whose rncfim set 64 to the Agassi rallied to win the i Set61 and was ded i1 In before getting Washed 61T coM a thunderstorm as Wimbledon waded through its fourth straight The rain that has Wimbledon since Monday delayed the fifth seeds appearance tournament that f insists on predominantlywhite FaKrK ion buffs and teenaged had eagerly awaited the debut of v Agassis summer Ian director of tennis marketing for the clothing pany that makes Agassi chose the allwhite look because he didnt waiit to here and start off on the wrong The backlog of es was causing the All Club to consider playing this a huge break with The first Sunday has always beciMtft rest day since the tournament
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