New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 1, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Herald Zeltung, New Braunfels, Texas
Friday, February I, 1991
NL looking for managers, sets clinic
The National Little League is in need of Pee Wee managers for the upcoming baseball season. Also needed arc managers for Little League Girls Softball. Call John Kaufmann at 899-7318 or Manuel Velasquez, al 625-5303 after 6:30 p.m.
The National League will hold an umpire clinic for certification on Feb. 22-23. For more information call Manuel Velasquez, at the number and time above.
Registration, tryouts set by ALL
Registration and tryouts for the New Braunlcls American Little League have been set for all boys and girls ages 8-12 (as of July 31,1991) with birth-dates in the months of February, April, June, August, October or December.
Registration will take place Feb. 12 from 6-8 p.m. at the St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall at 312 S. Guenther. A birth certificate and a $15 registration fee arc required.
Tryouts and late registration will take place on Feb. 16 and Feb. 23 from 10-a.m. until noon at the American League Field on Common Street. All equipment except for gloves will be provided. For more information call Fred Zinkgraf at 629-3464.
Psrks Dept, plans basketball league
The City of New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is organizing a winter basketball league for men. Divisions will be men's open, men’s over 35,6-foot-and under and men’s church.
League play begins Feb. 14 and will end April 4. All games will be played at the Academy Street Gym on Wednesdays and Thursdays, with the first game starting at 7:30 p.m. Registration ends Feb. 8.
Fees for the league arc $255 per team. To register, call 620-PLA V or go by the Lamia Recreation Center.
Softball registration ends Feb. 10
Tile registration deadline for the New Braunfels Softball Association is Feb. IO. All rosters and fees arc due at that time. There will be a meeting at Miller Beer at 6 p.m. on that date.
Possible leagues include men’s B, C and D, women's, church and men’s over 35.
Rosters may be obtained from Glenda or the NBSA, P.O. Box 310276, New Braunfels, TX, 78130-0276. Contact Glenda at 625-2367 in the day or 620-7743 in the evenings.
Ex-Ranger players wanted for game
The 1991 Smithson Valley High School baseball team invites all former players to lake part in a varsity-alumni game at I p.m. on Feb. 16 al Ranger Field. The exes should bring a glove, cleats and suitable attire.
Corporate Challenge sets Hoop Shoot
The fourth event in the Corporate Challenge scries will be a Hoop Shoot basketball contest on Feb. IO.
Each team will consist of two males and two females, with the cumulative point total determining the overall finish. Players will be awarded points for making baskets at various spots on the court during a two-minute period. The tournament will begin at I p.m. at the Landa Rec Center. The cost per team is $20.
All local businesses arc eligible to enter teams. The Corporate Challenge is open to a business’ cmpioyccs and their spouses. One sport will be held
each month through July. ;
Tourney benefits Children’s Shelter
The New Braunfels Kiwanis Club is sponsoring a golf tournament at the Woodlands Country Club at Canyon Lake to benefit the Comal County Emergency Children’s Shelter.
The event will take place on March 16 beginning at 9 a.m. It will be a four-person scramble tournament (men and women invited). The cost to enter is $50 for the 18-holc event. Lunch and refreshments, golf cap and tees, and awards and cash prizes arc included.
The deadline lo register is March I and the field will be limited to the first 144 golfers. Send check or money order made out to New Braunfels Kiwanis Club, along with name, address and handicap, to J.W. Bell, 1155 Church Hill Drive, New Braunfels, TX, 78130.
For more information call J.W. Bell at 625-6945 or Ray Ebert at 629-7792.
Muscle-toning class offered weekdays
A muscle-toning class is being offered on Monday, Wednesday and Thursday evenings at the Academy Street Gym by New Braunfels ISD Community Education.
The classes arc held from 5:30-6:30 p.m. at the Academy Street Gym. The cost is $1 per class or $10 per month.
'Beats Per Minute’ meets twice weekly
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering “Beats Per Minute” aerobic classes taught by Randy Cadded. This is an ongoing class held on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6-7:15 p.m. al the Landa Recreation Center.
Oilers allow Zendejas to be Plan B free agent
Continued from Pag* 8
an inside player who also has outside shooting range — averages a district-high 20 points per game for Lockhart, and guard/forward Erma Carter adds 15.
The Cougarcties travel to Hays today, for a game they have not been looking forward to. In the first meeting between the two teams, foul trouble and severe injuries to Kim Koehler and Becky Kaufmann left the Cougarcttcs
with two players at the end of the game.
After playing their best game of the district season at Clemens — a 60-58 loss — to start the second round, the Cougarcttcs have suffered lopsided defeats at the hands of Lockhart and Bastrop.
Hays is the favorite for the second playoff spot, and can clinch today with a win. Bastrop could still tic the Rebels for second, but Hays would advance because of its season sweep of the Bears.
Continued (rom Page 8
games to both New Braunfels and San Marcos.
The Matadors have lost to those same three teams, picking up a win in their opener against Lockhart.
Seguin has cancelled today’s junior varsity contest, so the varsity game has been moved up to 5:30 p.m.
HOUSTON (AP) — Tony Zendc-jas, the Houston Oilers kicker for the past six seasons, is one of 14 players left unprotected today under the NFL’s Plan B free agent program.
"Yes, I wastery surprised when (General Manager) Mike Holovak called mc and told mc I was not protected,” Zendejas said. ‘‘Mr. Holovak told mc if I don’t sign with another team I would be welcome back with the Oilers, but I’d be dumb not to listen lo other offers. I think the Oilers made a mistake.”
Other players expected to be on the Oilers unprotected list today arc defensive backs Patrick Allen, Steve Brown, Brett Tucker, Terry Kinard and Leander Knight; offensive linemen Doug Dawson and Jay Pcnnison; wide receivers Bernard Ford and Gerald McNeil; defensive ends Ezra Johnson and Alex Stewart; running back Victor Jones and quarterback Reggie Slack.
Zendejas, who earned $350,(XX) in 1990, started last season with a back injury and then suffered a broken leg in the seventh game against the New Orleans Saints.
He was replaced by Teddy Garcia, who converted 14 of 20 field goals and 26 of 28 poinis-aftcr for 68 points. Garcia earned SI50,(XX) last season. His contract expired unlay.
Allen and Brown lost their starting cornerback jobs last season and were unhappy in backup roles. Pcnnison was the Oilers starting center until the final regular season game when All-
Pro guard Bruce Matthews shifted to center and Pcnnison was benched.
McNeil, an Oiler Plan B signee from last season, caught five passes for 63 yards and returned 30 punts for a 5.7 yard average and 27 kickoffs fqf a 20.4 yard average.
Lockhart to be unprotected/ may still sign with Dallas
DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Cowboys
linebacker Eugene Lockhart, the team leader in total tackles, apparently will be left unprotected today under the NFL’s Plan B free agent program, st was reported today. I
However, the sting may be soothed by what team sources say will be an offer of a new three-year contract, the Fort Worth Star-Telcgram said.
“They don’t want to trade me, and they don’t want mc to leave,” Lock-’ hart said Thursday after meeting with* team owner Jerry Jones. “But I don’t know yet how they want to pay mc.” Lockhart, the Cowboys’ starting middle linebacker, is among the most notable of the 17 Cowboys who won’t be on the protected list the team wilt' send to league offices late this afternoon, the Star-Telegram reported.
Ile also is one of as many as 16 Cowboys who arc cither at the end of' their contracts or, as in Lockhart’s case, approaching their option years. ' The team is not obligated to ncgoti-' ate with opt ion-year players. The' Cowboys could just add IO percent to the previous year’s contract, but they apparently will try to pacify Lockhart. ’
On The Air
I p.m. — Goit: Senior RGA Royal Carriba* n Classic, first round. ESPN.
3 p.m. — Golf: LPGA Oldsmobile Classic, second round, ESPN.
6 pm — Collage hockey: Main* at Northeastern, HSE.
7 p.m. — Pro baske (bal: Detroit at Washington. TNT.
6 p m. — Boxing: Tony Marlin va. Donald Allison, junior welterweights, ESPN.
II p.m. — Boxing: Irom Orlando, Fla.,
SATURDAY Noon — College basketball: SMU at Texas Tech. KSAT.
Noon — Golf: LPGA Classic, third round. ESPN
Noon — College basketball: Memphis State at Cincinnati, HSE.
I p m — Coleg* besketotll: Pittsburgh at UCLA. KENS.
1 30 pm — Sports world: All-Star softball game.KMOL.
1 30 p.m. — Auto racing: 24 Hours of Daytona. ESPN.
2 p.m. — Colage basketoaH: Louisville at Southern Mississippi. HSE.
3 pm — College basketball: Duke at Notre Dame, KMOL.
3 pm. — Miscellaneous: Harlem Globetrotters. Alpine Skiing Championships. KSAT.
5 pm. — Colt: Senior RGA Royal Cart) bean Classic, second round, ESPN.
5 pm — College baskets: Washington at Arizona. HSE
6 pm. — Pro baske teal Spurs Monthly Magazine, KSAT.
7 p m. — Soccer: Tacoma al Dallas. HSE 8:35 p.m. — Pro basket)*!!: Atlanta at
10 p m. — College baskets: Washing ton Sui* at Arizona Stale, HSE.
10 50 p m — Track and field: Melrose Games (taped). TBS.
5 p m. — Boys basket)*!!: Hays at Canyon 9th, JV, varsity.
5 p m — Boys basketball Lockhart at Smithson Valley 9th, JV. varsity 5pm— Soccer: Clemens at Smithson Valley J V. varsity.
5 p m — Girls basketball Smithson Valley 9th, JV. varsity at Lockhart
5pm— Girls basketoaH: Canyon 9th, JV. varsity at Hays 5:30 p m — Soccer Seguin at Canyon varsity
5:45 p m — Boys basketoaH San Marcos at New Braunfels JV. varsity.
5.45 p m. — Girls basketoaH: New Braunfels JV. varsity at San Marcos
6 pm — Soccer Boerne at New Br armlets J V. varsity.
SATURDAY 6pm Soccer New Braunfels JV, varsity at San Marcos.
These are the collective and individual averages tor toe six local basketoaH teams, with alt figures representing averages per game:
New Braunfels boys
New Braunfels girls
Smithson Vslley boys
Smithson Vallsy girls
Thursday s College Basketball EAST
Goorgo Washington 88. St. Bonaventure
Hotstra 78, Cent Connecticut St 74 SOUTH
Bosion College 79. Notre Dame 77 Iowa 78. Purdue 69 Marquette 75. Detroit 54 Michigan 66. Minnesota 62 Michigan St 75. Ohio St 61 N Illinois 59. E Illinois 47 St. Louis 89. Evansville 73 Wichita St. 65. Tulsa 61
Georgia Southern 82, Ark.-Little Rock 75 Texas-San Antonio 85. Georgia St. 72 Utah 78. Texas-EI Paso 68
Arizona 84. Washington St 71 Arizona St 53. Washington 41 Rriqham Young 69. Colorado St 52
CalHornia 83. Oregon St 76 Fresno St 88. UC Irvine 75 Hawaii 87, Wyoming 80 Now Mexico 92. Air Force 55 Stanford 86. Oregon 75 UNLV 88, San Jose St. 64 Utah St 74. Fullerton St 63
REGISTRATION & TRYOUTS
For all boys & girls ages 8 • 12 years, as of July 31, 1991 with birthdates in the months of Feb., Apr., June, Aug., Oct., or Dec.
Tues., Feb. 12th I 6-8 P.M. at the St. John’s Episcopal Church Parish Hall. 312 S. Guenther. A birth certificate & $15.00 registration fee are required for registration.
Tryouts & Late Registration:
Saturday, February 16 & 23 I 10 A.M. * Noon at the American League Field on Common St.
(Across from the Fairgrounds)
All equipment except glove wil be provided.
For more information, call Fred Zinkgraf at 629-3464
North Carolina 90, Clemson 77 South Carolina 88. Tulane 80
Baseball Card Show
Sunday, February 3 9:00 am-5:00 pm
Holiday Inn-New Braunfels
(1*35 A Highway 46)
BUYING • MUINO • TRADING
Player Br ever
18 21 21 21 18 21 21
17.5 60 4 8 30 2 5 1.6 12 1.0 87.1
Avg 13.6 11.5 • 9 36 36
3.4 33 22
Published Sunday morning, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday afternoon* by New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung, 707 Landa St., or P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328. Second Class postage paid by New Braunfels Herald Zeilung at New Braunfels, Texas.
DAVID F. KRAMER Editor and Publisher
JANINE GREEN IONE BEASLEY
Managing Editor Advertising Director
CHERYL DUVALL Business Manager
KAREN REININGER Classified Manager
CAROL ANN AVERY Circulatiori Manager
GUS ELBEL Pressroom Foreman
Carrier delivery in Comal, Guadalupe, Hays, Blanco and Kendall counties: three months, $10.25, six months, $17.90; one year, $32. Senior Citizens Discount (carrier delivery only): six months, $14 90, one year, $27.00. Mail delivery outside Comal County, in Texas: three months, $18.00; six months, $32; one year, $60. Mail outside Texas: six months, $42; one year, $70.
lf you have not received your newspaper by 5:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday, or by 7:30 a.m. Sunday, call 625-9144 or 658-1900 by 7 p.m. and ll a.m., respectively.
Postmaster: Send addrees changes to P.O. Drawer 311328, New Braunfels, Texas 78131 1328.
HOME PRODUCTS SHOW
10 a.m. - 6 p.m.
12 * 6 p.m.
February 2nd & 3rd
New Braunfels Civic Center
Largest Exhibition of:
Home Products, Building Materials & Equipment. Lawn & Yard Supplies and Tools,
Interior Decorating Materials & Services, Leisure Lifestyle Items and Special Interest Equipment
For More Information Call:
Polly Coleman at 625-0411 or John Lovett at 629-5954 or Bob Barber at 620-4663