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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 19, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Cubans make threat;U.S. wins more gold INDIANAPOLIS (AP) — Boxers, boaters and ballplayers took a back seat to drugs, a coach s departure and a threatened Cuban boycott at the Pan American Games One day after announcing six disqualifications for failed dope tests, officials said Tuesday at least two athletes were using a drug that can prevent steroids from being detected Pan Am officials, meanwhile, scrambled to deal with Cuba's threatened boycott of Sunday’s closing ceremonies, and Alabama-Birmingham's Gene Bartow, coach of Puerto Rico's men s basketball team, left the squad Lost in the shuffle were a trio of victories for I' S boxers, six gold medals for the U S yachting crew. and 17-year-old Michele Granger s second one hit softball pitching performance in as many nights ( uba s threat to stay away from Sunday's closing ceremonies stemmed from unhappiness over a decision to include the musical group Miami Sound Machine in the festivities The group includes some Cuban exiles Local organizers met with Cuban officials for two hours and said they felt confident there will be no boycott The medal count The United States leads with a record :W3 medals 156 gold. 105 silver and 72 bronze Canada follows with 152 medals 28 of them gold, and Cuba is next with 150. including HI gold BASKETBALL INDIANAPOLIS AP Gene Bartow is back home in Alabama adding yet another strange chapter to his stint as Puerto Rico s basketball coach Bartow said Tuesday that he resigned as coach for health reasons while the press officer for the Puerto Rican delegation said it was a “firing “I just don't feel good.” Bartow said from Birmingham “I’ve had a touch of the flu I told them that Sunday and I had told them that after the Brazil game and they told me just get through the week ” Joaquin Martinez Roussert. the press officer said Tuesday that assistant coach Armando Tor res would assume the head coaching duties as the team prepared for Thursday's semifinal game with the United States “Five or six times before he's wanted to resign ’ Jenaro Marchand. president of the Ruer to Ricar. Basketball Federation, said of Bartow Bartow, who coached both Memphis State and UCLA to Final Four appearances, coached the 1972 Puerto Rican Olympic team as well as the national (earn on a number of occasions According to sources familiar with the situation, there had been friction within the Puerto Rican basketball community since Bartow's appoint ment earlier this year BOXING Americans Frank Lyles Todd Foster and Michael Collin all won to assure themselves at least a bronze medal Three I S boxers superheavyweight Riddick Bowe light heavyweight Andrew Maynard and 106-pound contender Michael Carabajal will try to advance to the finals tonight against Cubans Welterweight Kenneth Gould and 125-pound Kelcie Banks w ill fight Puerto Ricans in their divisions YACHTING The United States battled back from mistakes and bad breaks to win six gold medals I? had to share one with Canada Race officials disqualified Canada s fire place finish in the 22 foot Star class after skipper Vince Brun of San Diego claimed Canada’s Donald B MacDonald bumped into his boat But even though Canada was disqualified the scoring system used in Olympic yachting still gave it enough points for a gold medal BASEBALL U S. Coach Ron Fraser is thinking ahead to this weekend's medal round After getting three perfect innings from one-handed pitcher Jim Abbott against Aruba he replaced his ace with Joe Slusarski. Slusarski also pitched three innings and was credited with the victory as the United States won 15-2 in seven innings The Americans improved to 6-0 and will play their final preliminary round game against Puerto Rico tonight SOFTBALL Granger, of Placentia. Calif gave up a last-inning single to Puerto Rico’s Clara Yasquez and struck out 14 to lead the I S Women s team into the gold medal game with a 4-0 victory SOCCER Brazil's Ricardo Raimundo supered a broken rib during a halftime scuffle between his team and Mexico in a wild soccer semifinal The game was stopped with Brazil ahead 1-0 with about a minute left in overtime, when a member of the Mexican staff ran onto the field to confront the referee and tripped Brazil's Nelson Kerchner The Mexican offender who wasn’t identified went after Kerchner who had decked Mexico s Haul Servin moments earlier FIFA governing body of world soccer will meet to determine the outcome of the gameSportsworldNCAA restores Burger's eligibility AUBURN. Ala (AP — Auburn senior quarterback Jeff Burger turned his full attention to football after the NCAA restored his eligibility to play even though an NCAA rule was violated when a coach bailed him out of jail The National Collegiate Athletic Association decision, which was expected in a case involving a minor in fraction, came on the heels of a university ruling in an academic case that cleared the way for Burger to complete his college football careerTheisman has advice for Cowboys' Sherrard THOUSAND OAKS Calif AP Joe Theismann the former Washington Redskins quarterback forced into retirement by a leg injury made a morale-boosting telephone call to another ailing football player Dallas Cowboy Mike Sherrard Sherrard, a second-year wide receiver, broke his right leg nearly two weeks ago Sherrard and Theismann suffered similar gruesome compound fractures Theisman who broke his leg during the im. reason, placed the call last week “He just said to hang in there and if I needed to talk to call him because he took notes through his rehabilitation.'’ Sherrard said Monday of Theismann I had read in the papers it was a Joe Thelsmann-tvpe injury But I made the mistake of watching the film clip of the injury Sherrard said Sherrard s leg will be in a cast three months Then he will undergo a second operation to remove the plate stabilizing the broken bone Sherrard broke his leg when he tripped on his own feet during a pre-season scrimmage earlier this monthDickerson's paternity payment still in question LOS ANGELUS A Mediation has failed to resolved a monetary issue involving Los Angeles Rams’ running back Erie Dickerson and a woman who claims she s pregnant with his child A Superior Court mediator was unable Tuesday to determine how much the former Southern Methodist University running back should pay toward Rea Ann Silva s hospital bills said the NTL player s lawyer Frederick Glassman A hearing has been scheduled today by Superior Court Judge James Koltfe PM ICI 4o Trad** Needed. 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