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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 18, 1996, New Braunfels, Texas Herald-Zeitung I Wednesday, December 18, 1996 Herald-Zeitung Sports Day ■ To talk with Sports Editor David Winder about Sports Day, call 625-9144. ext. 24.Sports Day Bl Comal County Sports YfWitti Spec »r bsMiis “IVs never had najor kilos surgory on any nnor pan or my body” — Winston Bennett Kentucky basketball player The All-Star card contains discounts from 16 New Braunfels merchants and can save up to $316. Your $5 investment will earn J >3 for the soccer association and help a soccer player earn incentive prizes. The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association attracts over ,100 local youth. For more information call 606-0729. I tarnal Bowl v|MFfWiff*ilig •am to bowl cloaaoa Bowling instruction classes for beginners, and/or persons wanting to improve their skills are now held twice a month at Comal Bowl. Certified instructors are biorgan Smith and Donald Stange.The emphasis is Bowling is a lifetime sport." Classes are two 2-hour sessions using written material and personal one-on-one instruction on the lanes. The cost is $5 per class. For information call Morgan at Now Brounfols Junior QoN Association ovonts The New Braunfels Junior Golf Association will be sponsoring several tournaments and other events in the upcoming weeks. At 6:30 p.m.on Dec. 18 a seminar by Jimmy Walker will be at the Senior Citizen’s Center. There is no cost. To register for any event, please call Jodi McDonald at 625-4831 at least five days prior to the event. Some of the events will be limited in number of participates, so members should call early to assure registration. Smithson V alloy alumni basketball game Doc. SO "Old" Ranger roundballers! The annual Smithson Valley alumni basketball game is scheduled for Friday, Dec. 20 at about 9 pm. This event pits odd-year grad uates against even-year or early graduates against recent gradu ates. The freshman, junior varsity and the varsity Rangers will be playing their first district games of the season that night against the Hays Rebels at 4, 6 and 7:30 p.m. respectively. The alums will tip off after the varsity game. Brush off those old shoes, get out the knee braces and come and have some fun. For questions or more information call SVHS at 904-7273, Ext. 24. See you there! Television Times New York at Detroit (7 p.m. on TBS) Cobego Basketball UNLV at Syracuse (6 p.m. on ESPN) Tennessee at Texas Tech (7 p.m. on FOXSW) LSU at North Carolina (8 p.m. on ESPN) Texas at Oregon St. (9:30 p.m. on FOXSW) Golf course getting out of the rough By DAVID WINDER Sports Editor_ The walls won’t come down, but everything else will. The New Braunfels Municipal Gorf Course got verbal confirmation Thursday from the Texas Historical Commission to renovate the clubhouse. The stone walls of the structure, which was built in 1936 by the Works Progress Administration, will remain intact. “It’s about time,” Golf Pro Chris Acker said. “We’re adding a snack bar, and there will be a much larger seating area for when you get through playing” Jack Abshire, a member of the New Braunfels Men’s Golf Association, said the new clubhouse will be a welcome addition to the golf course. “We’ve been needing a new facility,” Abshire said. “It’s going to be nice with all the additions. We’ve been needing it for so long.” Acker said construction could start as soon as next week. The renova tion is expected to take six months to complete. Until then, a trailer will serve as the clubhouse. The $600,000 renovation is being paid for by the Capital Improvement Fund. The money was raised through a $1 green fee increase for New Braunfels residents and an increase of $2 to $4 for non-residents. The fund also has helped the course to build cart paths and retaining walls on water hazards on holes 2 and 4, purchase 25 golf carts and install a sprinkler system. No tax money was used, Abshire said. The large seating area will be quite an improvement over the small room in the current clubhouse, Acker said. “It's going to be pretty good size,” Acker said. “Right now the room is being used for our ladies group, the New Braunfels Men's Golf Association and the Senior Men’s Golf Association. The room holds about 30, and their tournaments usually have about 60 people in them.” Acker said a new snack bar will be just one of the many improve- “We’ve been needing a new facility. It’s going to be nice with all the additions. We’ve been needing it for so long.’ — Jack Abshire Mens Golf Association ments made at the golf course in the past year. “We'll be able to serve food now,” Acker said. “Sandwiches, hot dogs, hamburgers, nothing really big. We added a cart barn, which was finished in May. We're really trying to modernize everything.” Acker said the renovations will cause some changes at the golf course in the coming months. “It’s going to be uncomfortable for a while,” Acker said. “But that’s the way it has to be.” Herald-Zertung photo by MICHAEL DARNALL An artist’s rendition shows what the golf course's club house will look like after 3,500 square feet is added. DeBesse returns to head SWT SAN MARCOS (AP) — Bob DeBesse returned to his roots today as he was named head football coach of Southwest Texas. The 37-year-old DeBesse served as offensive coordinator at Minnesota under Jim Wacker, who resigned at the end of the season. Under DeBesse, the Gophers were ranked in the top 30 in passing offense in all five years of his tenure. DeBesse played at Southwest Texas from 1978-80 and was a student assistant coach under Wacker the next two years when the Bobcats won consecutive Division ll NCAA Championships. He followed Wacker to Texas Christian University, where he was an assistant coach for seven years and an offensive coordinator in 1990 and 1991 before jumping with Wacker to Minnesota. DeBesse inherits a team that went 5-6 last season, but returns 19 starters, including IO on offense. Southwest Texas is a member of the Southland Conference. Ckaptml Country Club Bring Thin Reduced Price Coupon and X    Come On But fr Play The FINEST GREENS IN TEXAS! ♦is0* $23°°* - Weekdays (Reg. Price $21.50 plus tax) - Weekends 6 Holidays (Reg. Price $28.00 plus tax) ‘Pin Tax. Coupe* No! Valid For Tournament Proper Attire Must Be Worn MUST CAU FOR TEE TIME Membership Available 300 Chapitral Dr. NBj West Haven Academy of Karate \< IIH \ I MI M ( I \ I I UN Computers ‘For 'Christmas! New 14” SVGA monitors Only $229! Complete systems starting at $799! 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