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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 23, 1994, New Braunfels, Texas volleyball busy start ign tonight >::&ggri£gritefion 4^ri: :42to fieri ridfeliriah^ri'' ^ngscwawn. -plgn ±m_ql JU JI pSpH|fPj:'P ffejplg# SSP?; Lam season, McNeese (10-3,7-0) itfmid Stephen P. Aurin 21-30, rat-lying for victory in tee fin* two Brims for tee Ute rime in Babby Keerier’i foVJMHHlndOQldL 71m Cowboys i"f Att-AinericM Unshed* Tray kvteg to tee Ariaans Cv-drek, faut picked re 6^ i/2,316pound ^ **---- -    SMU— a--- (wDRtC mZHl MVvul rUliw ZTOR! SWS SKI rdmmfi V'\ . “    :    Mf W sr* .tori**® '*&'■ #? im? - AL? * > ^ at* iii Ip V *i*| 4 v^'1 HR r.'    ;V. _ l:.v stir :4nfe- mm. Vt'.4 &Y*- *-i    » SB sm :• ■"; \,k /- ii' ■ };*»?;'*•'' ' -itV ‘. > -■......... V-'VS Tuesday. Aug. 29,19B4 ■ . - f-1, ';,',’,:;-i ; -s!-. - 3'«2 ’’ • las SH A liq 23ICH NofcNtftWi llrikfts out hit B|000lh foftMftr. “He is Citizen Ryan, a total pack age. He is a family man. Hoise businessman. He is a cowboy Ha is Nolan Ryan, cut Horn a good bolt of denim doth and served with a glass of mik and no apologies* ApfO 1ft, 1901 T ennis ■NOTA holds adull tourney The New Braunfels Tennis Association is tasting an adult tennis toumsmsnt Aug. 2ft from 1-4 pm. at T-Bar-M. mere wi berried doubles and levels play. Partners so be assigned. For further information, contact Ondy ! Bleck at 6093433. Volleyball ie Fsefvsf eeefdng teens eritrtee The Holy FSmty Church aft hold Its 3rd annual Family Festival VoNeybal Tournament Sept 11-12 The tournament is for *B' Leegue players and there Is a $36 entry fee per team. There oil be trooNes awarded for first- ™    wWwww ^0^0 w—    wWPWV    — —— ^0% through-third places. For further Information, contact Mary Eerier Rodriguez at 629-7232 or call the perish office at 8006320. ■ Lands Ladue meefey reeuhi Here are the results of the Landa Ladfos Qdf Association's play on Bend Partners winners were'. 1. Irene Taylor and Edna Guttery— 124. 2. Rose Tuseth and Nancy Fwold — 125 a Bu* Pharis and Jean Kelley-134. Nancy Fevek) shot a 77 oust 18 holes, combining arf* her 19 handcap for a 58 Bowlinq The Comal Ladfos Monday Afternoon Bowing Leegue wM meet at 1 pm Monday to organize the w league. Al mambas and persons intsreslsd in foiling the league should attend fie macing at Comal Bort, or confect Marine ReMnger et 526-3874. F ootb.ill■Cl aholds foe Cesare foetal The Canyon Htoh School Athlstic Booster Club wi hold its annuel Ice i Cream Social on Monday at 7 p.m. at Cougar Stedium. AM tai auletes Mi be Introduced and riere \ri be performances by CH? •ward-aMnning cheerleaders. Arlstocets and bend. So ft l)ci 11 The W4 Betid 40 Industrial Softball Tournament wi be played Aug. 27-25 et tie Seputi 4-Plex.    _____ Registration for interested teems aril lest through Aug. 24. There Is a $100 entry fee. Trophies Mi be awarded to the first-through fourth-place teams, as wsM as indMduai trophies to members of the first-and seoond-pleoe units. • Of WWW swOWfluoni contact snvt Naumam at 3792300 or Dedd Oaridnn et 306-1124. the »inf ply ends foe /SAfafai Maflilferif ttrftiinffota I ii rill Mila rn ii viyil mm* WCW PnMlttCli Hyl walrus relief volley bdl tmi will tick bac #__.    ftrt    i BiwiBiwjiiusiispiiireaiwi The Caigtrettei will have manaeDd the feat Id eight days, stoa beginntaa Intr fawn laaTueidiy. Far the Unfcoms, it's been only six. Tonight, both teams, which were recently rafted In fts^Top lOcf the San ntuonu) cjcpress-nftws area pun, play uuDcn new ortunici8» wihcq wts ranked Na7 in the area by the Express News after winning the TLC/Segnin High School Choric on Satunhqr. will ho* Boerne ad Ctochet The Urinals (3-0: recevds ae dUforeot thin opponents played because tournament pool tames do not count) play * 5 and 7 pm, with the viritina towns squnrina off *6 pm NBHS has been led early by 6-2 jontor Erin Baetge. andor ae* Rochelle Colvin, senior hider Sarah Boite aid senior Trici Theft Three Unicorns — Baetfe, Colvin nd Kristi Ltedemot— were rented to die aU-toumament team *TLC New Braunfels upended 1993 Chai SA Stale Tournament representative Round Rock in three games to win the IIC ride. Now, Canyon gen ariot* the Lady Dragons. The Cougaretles (2-1X ranked Na 9 in the poft will also me* Pflugerville in Am    al    MjwmwI    MoA./'Wwwt pUysSe hStteamri 5-30pm]y! then Pflugerville at 6 JO. The Cougaretles, 33-4 mf Regional Pinalris a year ago, finished second in the Atemo Heights Tournament on Saturday. CHS fell to Providence in straight gmm in the finals. lunw    IkWWtte.    WP'ky    Nt- ter Courtney Daffin and junior hitler Leat Porter have powered the Cougaredes thus he. Smithson Valley has been tem active than its Comal Coony couofepartt. The Rangeredes take the floor for only the secxwi rinwloraglt at 7:30 pm at Incarnate Word. Smithson Valley (P-l) foil to Dripping Springs in straight games in ii season opener lait Wednesday. AU three achoo*' mb-varrity v** wfll alto be in action tonighL Gnyon'i freshmen won the    Valley Tournament on Saturday, edging die ho* Rngeredes ut three games. NLU gone, Cowboys flavored in SLG UJCB CHARLES. U.— With Ncrthea* I ouiiiana now in Division 1-A. the maquee rivalry in At Southland McNeese State ag*Stephen F. North Texas jumps to 1-A neat ymr, leavfog the SIC wift dx fiooftril schools for 1999. hie, has help Avn four qurihy tribade md AB-SLC tight end Michael Wvren. The Cowboys were fit* in LAA in total define tail yea. Aes safety Zori BuwonwmNoi2rib*accpoom(9)M • frerinm PtaceridGer Jem Latae ted I-AA in Held goals per game (2) is a North Texas (4-7,2-5) opens I 1-AA season * home agrin* I CMrtta, a for ay from ll* yea’s 76-14 *Sim HouMnSuie (4-7,2-S) hM 14 starters back,    AU-SLC    tail back Charles Harris md punier JoriFv- "Wb lo* a coach on foe field when we lo* hvfoi,’* says Hamler. “Bm we fori C about the trient we have coming Vniyftini, we might own be a teds quicker on defam" Ila Cowboys wfll gas big ie* Ort. I when they visit ■ TOI Stephen F. Aurin (g-4,5-2) was one r only two of aafy two aam to defat Youngstown lot yam but coukto't be* McNeem or Northwestern State (5-6,3-4) was crippled by Md ittnsma hat seMon, teal aid goodbye to AB-Amcr-ican tackle Marcus Spears, now with the (’Ncag'ff Besra. Nicholls Stole (34,2-5) norm 15 **tom for Rkh Rhoeda' moond moon ie hud coach. Somhwa* Team Sure (24.1-3) hie moved veteran quMnbick Iota Hyjpiio wide recehrer and junked its spread option for a prostyle offeree. Smith: near-perfect return a sign of things to amie Tho Associated Preee IR VINO - Emmitt Smith's grip *0**1 perfect in his fir* preseason•BMSM***. Cowboys'34-10 vicniy ow tee Daw* night. Bnt Ste three-lime NFL nulling chmnpkm I for a fourth < whylto^afovorimforal Mire lite. Tptepfog Iris fir* game eSioe ria Super up Mother and rushed for I IO yards on 21 oaten *7 wa exched to pity and sa where I wm," Smift Mfd I waled to toke some NtoTherioukter feds fine Everything is holding re pretty nicely. "I needed the waft and I WM gild to g*thewort.rmkindoflookricfbr-waidioplnayto* a fill gan^hearid/l MeOMml menril a Sari -wunaMMi t ggmAa 14 mw iii I m noi uunpi lo wmme 0* ria Cowboy!' fir* pomeminn, Smite nritod nine tfana iv 30 ymdb, caught two paaaa for nine yards Md scored on a I-yard ma Of the 17 plays on dw 45-ytPtl drive, batton ll. The moory! rime Pattie had tee briL brief visit to the ihttMftfff for MMS mieUing mill from miner Kevil OTfoB after taking a hod Ift. Smith had runs of 4,9,9,12 and IO non took ow fora 4 yawl vwM"— ;