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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 17, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas New Texas July 1991 Scoreboard On The Air WIONIIOAV Pro baseball Boston it Chi Soccer Copa THURSDAY S Qoll British tint Bowling AMP Cobra Senior 8 Olympic gymnas track and Leaders TODAYS MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE Bos Kan sas 67 63 62 50 59 Bal 69 70 Oak 66 64 Kansas 63 63 Chica 61 116 114 113 112 110 104 108 New 26 RAto 27 27 26 23 Kan sas 23 22 CRIpk 6 7 6 6 Kansas 5 Deva 5 5 HOME 23 22 Kansas 21 21 Minne 19 19 18 18 Win STOLEN Oak 31 M 29 20 20 Tex PITCHING 8 Cali 129 128 123 111 109 106 24 Eck 23 Rear 23 22 19 19 NATIONAL LEAGUE San San Los Los 62 Sand 60 New 56 Van 55 Mon 54 53 Pitts 52 San San 69 John New 66 62 57 57 57 San San 123 Los 105 Los 99 98 98 Cal 96 26 24 New 24 22 San 20 20 19 19 Atlan 19 San 8 Lank 7 San 6 5 5 New 5 Briefly NB conducts football camp The New Braunfels Unicom coach ing staff will conduct a football camp for incoming sixth through ninth graders from July The camp costs and anyone interested can register before the camp or at on July the first Each days sessions will run from until Unicorn coaches will provide student with individual attention on basic The camp will be closely super safe and The coaches will teach objectives for each offensive and defensive posi as well as special Proper weight training methods will also be along with information on the importance of nutrition and the dan gers of steroids and Campers should provide their own towel if a Tshirt and athletic shoes or For more call the Unicom field house at NBYSC holds registration The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club will hold soccer registration for boys and girls ages 519 on July 20 and There will be morning and after noon registration from 9 until noon and from 14 at the Recreation Center in Landa Fees are for players younger than 10 and for players Bring a copy of the players birth For more call director Ernesto Rodriguez at Summer tennis program The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is starting a tennis program this summer at the tennis courts in Prince Solms The program is geared for all ages interested in improving their overall Instruction will be conducted by Allen who competes nationally through the Tennis He has taught at both Youth sessions will meet twice a week for four There are three youth sessions scheduled for the sum Session 3 starts on The fee for each session is per Classes will run from 8 until noon on Mondays and Wednesdays for intermediates and advanced play with beginners meeting at the same times on Tuesdays and Adult classes for all skill levels are also scheduled from 68 Mon days through The fee for adult lessons is 10 per hour for group lessons and per hour for private Registration will be at the courts after For more call the Landa Recreation Center a Parks Rec plans day camp The Parks and Recreation Depart ment is offering a day called Camp for boys and girls ages Activities include arts and outdoor field trips and special The camp runs every day from 8 until 3 The cost of the camp is The final sessions runs July 22 through August Bowlathon In works Steven de Lemos is planning a bowlathon to benefit the Seniors Center of Comal and inter ested groups and individuals are No specifics have been set for the oneday but anyone interested in participating should call de Lemos at 6298190 or Junior clinics set The Landa Park Golf Course has scheduled lady and junior clinics for the summer and There will be two more junior clin ics for boys and girls planned by age A clinic for ages 1012 will be held July A clinic for juniors 12 and older will run All junior clinics will be held at Landa Park from A ladies clinic will be held 1620 from at the golf Call 6253225 for more informa Special tourneys scheduled The Landa Park Golf Course will host two special tournaments in The first will be a Father and Son tournament on July The second will be a Junior Invitational on July To or for more call the pro shop at Water Works offered Water Works exercise classes are scheduled at the Landa Park Olympic Pool from 78 on Mondays and Wednesdays and from 910 on The offered through the Parks and Recreation is led by Candace who is in her eighth year as Scholarships still available More than collegiate athle tic scholarships are available each year to male and female high school and junior college student Contrary to popular students dont have to be allstate to Much of this money goes A new publication with sample letters and tables of factual informa tion is available for student For details on how to get a collegi ate athletic send a large stamped envelope to the National Sports 612A Willow Box Oak PUBLIC NOTICE This notice is to advise of an increase in Texas intrastate Operator PersontoPerson surcharge by Communications of the Effective August will increase its Operator PersontoPerson surcharge from to per HOME Ntw 20 17 San 17 San 17 17 San 16 16 San STOLEN 48 43 39 New 33 24 24 Lot PITCHING 8 Pitts Los New New 128 118 New 118 107 San 89 86 Cln 25 23 New 21 MIWII 16 16 15 San Transactions Tuesday Sports Transactions BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIQERSRecalled Scott from Toledo ol the Interna tional Optioned Mike pitch to BASKETBALL National Basketball Association MIAMI HEATNamed Bob Staak assis tant NEW JERSEY Robert executive vice president and chief operating Is leaving the team to become executive director of the National Football Foundation and College Hall of UTAH to contract terms with Mike FOOTBALL National Football League John Woolen director ol player prog FEATURED THIS WEEK 1991 Dodge Caravan SE 7 Red Auto Power Power Sunscreen Glass 1985 cnryiier 5th Ave 4 White Auto Poww Sunscrwn Qliu 1991 Plymouth Sundance 4 Bright Blue 4 Auto Power mllw 1990 Chrysler Lebaron 4 Blue Auto Power Power Locks 1987 jeep Grand Wagoneer 4X4 Blue Auto Power Leather Power Locks 1988 Subaru GL Station Wagon Blue 4 Auto Power Power Stereo 1983 Olds Delta 88 Royale 4 Maroon Auto Power 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