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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas                                Sports August 1991 New Texas Paged Dolphins hope i to keep afloat Local swim club seeks pledges The Rotary Dolphins kicked off a swimathon last and the group is requesting assistance from the com munity during its current fund The local swim team is hoping keep the Landa Park pool open another month to continue Club coach Bud Dallmann said it costs approximately a month to operate the Not having the pool would put the club at a disadvantage compared to virtually every other club the Dol phins compete Dallmann All the teams we compete against are yearround he They all have the facilities to swim After it becomes too cold to swim the Dolphins practice at Texas Lutheran College in The team has to rent the facilities at so proceeds from the fund drive are geared to keep Landa Pool open and then help with the cost of renting the TLC Many of the swimmers on the Canyon and New Braunfels High School swim teams also are members of the Dallmann and those swimmers also compete with swimmers who are able to use year round Were trying tojkeep those team All the teams we com pete against are yearround all have the swim year They facilities to Dolphins Coach Bud Dallmann members in the he Members of the Dolphins are soli citing pledges for a in which team members will sec how many laps they can swim in 30 The swimathon is sche duled for Dallmann said the maximum amount for pledges will be 70 Last the club had a run through to determine estimates of how many laps each person could swim in that One Dolphin swam more than 100 and several others were in the Anyone wishing to help sponsor the team should call Dallmann at The Rotary Dolphins are requesting help to keep the Landa Park pool open for an extra Photo by Annelies Schlickenrieder Mattingly benched in hairy situation NEW YORK AP Don Mat tingly doesnt want to be known as another Yankee r Manager Stump Merrill benched Mattingly on Thursday after he refused to get a haircut and said the team captain will stay in the dugout until he gets It seems Mattinglys problems with the New York Yankees cant be sol ved by a After the Yankees 51 victory over Kansas it became apparent this is about more than just a simple rules who was fined says the haircut order came from Gen eral Manager Gene Michael and Mer rill was just a With peorge Steinbrenner out of the pic there may be a power struggle going on at Yankee j If Stick Michael wants to be the Ijitting the pitching coach and ijun maybe he should come down here and take some of the Mattingly J After a strong showing in June and early the Yankees have lost 20 of their last 26 hampered by back prob lems the last two also reve aled that he asked Michael in June to be who has a million contract through said he asked to be traded because the Yankees are not close to winning a Stick was talking about a five year plan and I told him I dont have five years to the 30yearold Mattingly We met privately and he asked about being Michael told MSG network Thursday He wondered about the direction of the The Yankees are scheduled to play the Chicago White Sox and Mattingly said he would talk to his family and search my heart before deciding whether to get a American League East Division Toronto Detroit Boston Milwaukee New York Baltimore Cleveland West Division Minnesota Chicago Oakland Seattle Kansas City Texas California W L GB 63 53 61 55 2 56 58 6 52 63 51 62 48 67 14V4 37 75 24 W L GB 68 48 66 49 1V4 64 52 4 62 53 5V 60 53 57 55 9 56 58 11 Thursdays Garms New York Kansas City 1 Toronto Milwaukee 1 Seattle Oakland 6 Baltimore Texas 2 Boston Cleveland 2 California Minnesota 1 Detroit Chicago 4 Todays Games Texas drown 79 and Witt 35 at Cleve land King 56 and York 1 Chicago Alvarez 10 at New York Perez Kansas City Saberhagen 86 at Boston Clemens Toronto Key 127 at Detroit Cerutti Oakland Moore 117 at Minnesota Tapani Baltimore Johnson 34 at Milwaukee August California Grahe 13 at Seattle Krueger National League East Division Pittsburgh Louis Chicago New York Philadelphia Montreal West Division Los Angeles Atlanta San Francisco San Diego Cincinnati Houston Thursdays Garrws Chicago Montreal 6 San Diego Atlanta 0 Philadelphia Pittsburgh 4 Louis New York 1 San Francisco Cincinnati 1 Houston Los Angeles 1 Todays Games Philadelphia Ruffin 33 at Chicago Sutc New York Fernandez 02 at Pittsburgh Tomlin Louis Tewksbury 78 at Montreal Nabholz Atlanta Reynoso 10 at San Diego Bones Cincinnati Gross 44 at San Francisco Black Houston Kile 57 at Los Angeles Her shteer Merrill said he also told pitcher Pascual Perez and catcher Matt Nokes to get a He Mattingly asked me if he was in the lineup and I asked him if he would get his hair He said so I told him he would not be in the Merrill Why have rules if you dont enforce Its in the contract and he signed Merrill said Mattingly was fined and management would review the if I never had too much concern with my Mattingly I come to play ball and win Its kind of silly to Mattinglys shaggy brown hair falls over his collar and is cropped closely at the The Yankees say they want it neat and trim and hes violat ing the clubs dress and grooming Maybe they want an organization that is full of guys who are Mattingly Maybe I dont fit into the organization any May be this is a way of saying I dont fit into the hitting with seven homers and 48 He is a life time hitter and a fan favorite since joining the club in But his pow er production has declined because of the back appointed to run the club a year ago when Steinbrenner was forced out by commissioner Fay Vin was not available for Astros Dodgers 1 LOS ANGELES CAP Steve Finley got four including a three run and the Astros sent Ramon Martinez to his third straight beating Los Angeles 61 Thursday Martinez 148 has lost three in a row for the first time since Pete Harnisch 78 pitched fivehit ball for seven He struck out walked one and escaped a bases noout jam in the Martinez allowed six runs and six hits in five Finley capped a fourrun fourth inning with his seventh homer and third straight It came one pitch after Martinez foiled a squeeze bunt by Harnisch and threw out Andujar Cedeno at the plate for the second Orioles Rangers 2 Jose Mesa recalled from Class AAA Rochester earlier in the pitched a struck out a careerhigh nine and walked Chito Martinez drove in four runs and Leo Gomez hit a threerun Oil Can Boyd 04 allowed nine runs and 14 hits for The Orioles swept Texas in the fourgame series at Memorial with the Rangers managing only six hits in the final two games of the Ladies compe iii lownet tournament The Landa Ladjes Golf Associa tion pjayed a lownet joujnnament Edna Guttery tying for first place on the A won the B and Sally Matney and Justina Ker ulis tied for first on the C H Guttery and Peggy Hopkins both hit chipins during the tourna NBGA plays 4man event The NewBraunfels Golf Asso ciation played a fourman twobestball tournament on r The team of Rusty Ken Charlie Smith and Bob Hoy tournament with a 119 one point ahead of the The runnerup team at a f was Scott CarlDruebL i Bob Grundon and Ski In third place with a 123 was team of Fernando Dave Moreno and Ellis won the A flight in dual play with a 68 Druebert had the best day on the B flight at Moreno captured C flight ors with a and Jerry Hylin won the D flight at Gutierrez had the low score with a Closest to the were Fischer on and Leonard r On the NBGA will play a twoman ownpartner Bracken clubs win j seniors bowling events The first ever Comal County 9pin senior trophy bowling was held at Bulverde Bowling Club last The event was for bowlers ages 55 or consisting of one mixed one mens and one womens team from each of the eight clubs belonging to the Comal County Tro phy Bowling the high score for the mix ed teams was Mission with a total score of 436 from games of 211 and Team members are Lee and Gladys Jerome Patty Yvonne Henk and team cap tain James Bracken won the mens event with a twogame score of bowling games of 216 and Members of the winning team arer Gilbert Leo Jess Buddy Jim and caption Eugene A team from Bracken also took first in the ladies bowling games of 171 and 221 for a combined winning score of Team members are Joyce Tankers Clara Irene Bemice Shirley Scog gans and team captain Marlene The mixed team will compete in the TriCounty RollOff on Saturday af the Zorn Bowling The mens and womens champion teams will have respective rolloffs on Houston anxious for national attention after probation lift DALLAS AP The Houston Cougars are ready for their share of national attention after two years of NCAA We paid our dues although it was some thing none of the kids on this team had any thing to do said Houston Coach John Now were ready to show the coun try what we can What the Cougars can do is pass their opponents dizzy behind the bionic arm of David who has more accuracy and velocity than his Heisman Tro phy winner Andre The after opening ait home against Louisiana will play twice in quick suc cession on national They meet the Miami Hurricanes in the Orange Bowl on Thursday night 12 ESPNTV then travel to Illinois to play Illi nois on ABCTV at People should know what we can do after those two Jenkins Houston was 101 last year with its only loss to the Texas The Cougars finished ranked 10th in the nation by The Associated The return of the Cougars to NCAA grace means that for the first time in six years no SWC team will be on probation when the son The 1991 season also will be the last for an old charter member of the Arkansas will make its farewell tour of the SWC scene although Southern Methodist and Texas are on future The Hogs made an enemy of every SWC school by abruptly saying adios to the league to join the Southeastern Arkansas lost to every team in the confer ence last year except probationweakened Southern Without star quarterback Quinn the Hogs could expect the worst again this would like to leave with a little better taste in our said Arkansas coach Jack who took over last year after Ken Hatficld left for Clemson following a dispute with athletic director Frank This is our last year in the conference and we are grateful for another chance to play in this league after the season we had last Crowe admits things look dark for the The quality of football in the Southwest Conference is outstanding and we know our task is Crowe Texas and Houston should be very and Baylor shouldnt be far beliind Rice was a good football team last year and should be even The SWC also will feature two big question Can the defending champion Texas Long horns repair the damage done by the Universi ty of Miamis 463 triumph in the Cotton Bowl Will SMU finally win a conference game in its third season since the NCAA death penalty The loss in the Cotton Bowl doesnt seem have had any bad said Texas Coach David There seems to be a lot of enthusiasm left over from last We should be a real sound We have eight starters coming back from what was a good defense last The front four looks especially strong and the linebackers are quick One of the things we learned from the Coiton Bowl is the importance of he Texas should be Peter Gardere is a proven winner at quar terback and we are four deep at running back with Butch Phil Adrian Walker and Patrick McWilliams   

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