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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - February 25, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly Delashmutt takes match vs. par play Sara Delashmutt took drat place In the A (light of the Landa Ladles Golf Association’s Match Play vs. Par tournament on Feb. 18. Delashmutt won the flight with a score of 8 & 5. Pat Roche was second with 6 & 5 Jeanette Dilly won the B dight with a 5 & 3 while Virgie Van Kleef took second at 4 & 3 Helen DeVries won the C flight with a score of 6 & 5 while Arlene J a re how took second at 5 A 3. Peggy Hopkins won the D dight with a 4 & 3 while Mary Harborth took second with 2 up Cloud and Rew win Nassau tourney D. Cloud and J. Rew won the New Braunfels Golf Association’s two-man team, better ball Nassau tournament on Saturday with a score of 64. The pair won the front nine with a 30. along with the team of C. Smith and M. Johnston R. Sledge and R. Hansen took the back nine with a 31 In individual play, D. Cloud and G. Lancaster tied for the top score of 71. B. Shetman took third with a 72 R. Sledge had the low gross score of 79 Tournaments set at Landa Park The monthly Guys and Dolls tournament will begin at IO a m. Thursday at the Landa Park Golf Course The Landa Ladies Golf Association's benefit Guys and Dolls tournament has been rescheduled for 11 30 a rn on March I. Please confirm with the pro shop your plan to play in the benefit tournament Booster Club sponsors Unicorn Parents Day The New Braunfels High School All Sports Booster Club will host Unicorn Soccer Parents Day at 2 p m Saturday at the Middle School field New Braunfels will host Canyon Parents of varsity players will be introduced on the field prior to the game This promises to be an exciting rematch between the two teams. Everyone is welcome Come out and support your favorite team Athletic scholarships available to students Mora than 100,000 collegiate athletic scholarships are available each year to male and female high school and Junior college student athletes Contrary to popular belief, students do not have to be All-State to qualify Much of this money goes unused A new publication with sample letters, forms and tables of factual information is available It takes them step by step through the important process of getting an athletic scholarship and includes college and conference listings The cost is SU Write the National Sports Foundation. P O Box 1232. Kerany. NJ 07032. Softball tournament runs Feb. 28-March I The New Braunfels Travelers will be conducting a Class BB and Class C softball tournament next weekend The tournament will begin at I p m Saturday and conclude on Sunday The entry fee is $75 and the entry deadline is Thursday Thera will be awards for first, second, third and fourht places, plus individual awards For more Information, contact Mario Castaneda at 625-9162 or 629-1906 Softball meeting set for March 2 A general New Braunfels Spring Softball meeting will ixiM place at 7:30 p m on March 2 at Wholesale (Miller) Beer. Cougar Boosters to meet Wednesday The Canyon Booster Club will have its monthly btffi"—» meeting Wednesday. 7 30 p m , at Canyon High School. French Club sponsors donkey basketball at SVHS French Cub members at Smithson Valley High School will qwnsor a Donkey Basketball game. March 2 Contact Gays Robertson, sponsor at 885-7273.74.75.77 Red Cross sponsors Life Saving programs The Comal County Chapter of the American Red Cross 6254081 will conduct classes In Advanced Life Saving and Lifeguard Training. The Advanced Lifesaving class will run March 16 through March 21 from 4 p.m. until 8 p.m. It will be a 21-hour course. Those taking the class should be 15-yeara old or older and have completed a swimming test. The registration fee of $10 can be paid at the Parks office during business hours. The Lifeguard Training program will run March 16 through March 23 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Monday through Thursday. Prerequisites for the course Include Advanced Lifesaving, CPR, First Ald and a completion of a swimming test. Register at the Parks office. The fee will be announced. A Lifeguards Instructor course will be offered on Mondays through Thursdays March 24 until March 31 from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. Prerequisites Include Advanced Lifesaving, CPR, lifeguards And W S I., age 17. The registration fee will be announced. Register at the Parks office. All classes will meet at the Landa Park Pool. Preregistration is required for all courses. For more Information call 625-5818. Girls 7-18 softball registers Saturday Registration for the Girls Softball Association ages 7-18 will take place from 9 a m. until noon at New Braunfels Middle School Feb. 28. The registration fee Is $10 per player with lower rates for two or more players from the same family. Tryouts for girls IO and older will be conducted at the Camp Comal Softball Complex from 2 p.m. until 4 p m on March I to place the girls on the various teams. Registration forms are available at the Parks and Recreation Department at 625-5818 or 625-8571 (ask for Mary Lou). Babe Ruth conducts tryouts* registration Babe Ruth League registration for boys who will turn 13 before July 31 will have a tryout March 21 at Comal Park from IO a.rn until I p m. Proof of age must be presented. Registration (or 14-year olds and newcomers will take place from I pm until 5p.m. on the same day. For those who can not make the tyrouts on that day. Feb 25 has been set aside. Players should report at 6 pm In case of rain, the tryouts will take place March 28 Final T-Ball registration set Final T-Ball registration is scheduled (or March 2 at the Lamar School cafeteria from6:30p m until 8p m Children must be 6 or 7 years old by July 31,1987 Proof of age will be required (birth certificate) The registration fee is $12 per child. For more information, contact Jack Taber at 629-5842 after 6pm N B Boosters offer luncheon with coaches Coaches from track and soccer will be featured when the New Braunfels High School Athletic Booster auh hosts a luncheon on March 16. The luncheon, which will begin at noon at Western Steer Restaurant, is open to the public. The purpose of the luncheon Is to enable the public to meet and visit with Unicorn coaches. Ladies' Tennis League has T-Bar-M tourney The New Braunfels Ladies' Tennis League will have its 1987 Spring Tennis League bsglnlng on March 5. All levels of players ara welcome to compete Thera will be flighted divisions and an exciting new doubles format The tournament will run seven weeks at the T-Bar-M Tennis Ranch. The entry deadline is Feb. 27 For more information, contact John Benson or Mark Turpin at T-Bar-M at 625-7738 Baskttball tournament set to start Fob. 28 The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will be conducting a Women's Basketball tournament at Frazier Gym. starting at IO a m. on Fob. 28. Thera will be an entry fee of SSO and the entry deadline is Feb 24. 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MHM Bandy N*..............IO N UIL suspends coach Resigned coach bowled over referee AUSTIN (AP) — A San Benito assistant football coach who allegedly bowled over an official and failed to stop and help during a fight between two teams has been suspended for two games next season The University Interscholastic League executive committee suspended Clifford Burrow on Tuesday even though San Benito Superintendent Ruben Rodriguez said Burrow already had resigned from coaching but would be recommended for a teaching Job Head linesman Robert Nixon told the UIL committee a San Benito coach, later identified as Burrow, “looked directly at me. veered toward me” and gave him a push which knocked him to the ground Another San Benito assistant coach. William Brandt, testified that Nixon “was stunned — he was down a minute or so. He asked me where his glasses were.” Burrow was then ejected from the game Burrow, a 270-pounder who had 4.7-second speed as a lineman at Texas AAI. said he has a “hard time seeing at night, ’ ’ and “the official came across on my blind side.’' “I didn’t even feel the impact," said the bespectacled Burrow when asked if he saw Nixon go down. The collision occured as Burrow ran across the field with San Benito players after a fight broke out late Mi a 37-0 loss to Pharr-San Juan-Alamo The fight between Che two teams in front of the PSJA bench followed a clipping call on a PSJA player, according to testimony. Bert Coleman, referee at the Oct. 17 game in Pharr, said when he saw Nixon “he was on his hands and knees, and his head was about on the ground ’ ’ Asked if he veered toward Nixon, coach Burrow said, “No. he ran out in front of me.” Burrow said his main concern was “to get the kids off the field.’’ The UIL committee voted 7-1 that Burrow had violated the LTL Athletic Code. It levied a two-game suspension, placed him on probation for a year and said he would be publicly reprimanded. Lovers winners announced The first Forest Waters racquetball tournament of the year took place over the weekend with competition open to men. women and mixed doubles players Members of the Ixxlge and nonmembers were invited to play in the Racquetball Lovers tournament Friday through Sunday Prizes were awarded to the first, second and consolation winners in each division In the men s 35 and older category, Ross Smith, Sr took first Bill Harris was second and Dan Connor was third In the men s A bracket Ross Smith. Jr took first place and Mark Bewley was second Diana Reyes won the men s B division with Barry Saddler second and Barry Bailey taking the consolation Abel Montes took the men s C division. with Glen Hubbard second and Ric Quintero taking the consolation In the men s D division. David Van Winkle was first. Mark McKeever was second and Charlie Zimmer won the consolation Kris Frazier won the men s novice bracket with Chris Wohar finishing second and Russel Chavez taking the consolation In the men s A/B doubles. Ross Smith Sr and Ross Smith Jr took first with Bill Hams and W J Bnster second Winning the consolation bracket was the team of Gene Hul> bard and Mark Davis In the men s C/D doubles Bruce Saddler and Tim Harding captured first place. Bob Stewart and David Van Winkle took second and Gene Hubbard and Jay Muennink won the consolation title Special thanks go to Bruce Barnard, Henry Ramirez, bes Taber. Oscar Flores. Clyde Cox and Bob Rice for their donations to the tournament and to Bill Harris for all his help Plans are under way for a Forest Waters Club Championship tournament sometime in April, and of course the second annual Duck Classic tournament will take place in June For more information, please call Mark or Carol at the Health Club Three locals Bluebonnet-bound It s never too early for bluebonnets in Texas and bowlers from 43 local associations including three from New Braunfels, will be among 228 contestants for the 1987 Bluebonnet Queens title The 18th annual tournament conducted by the Texas Women s Bowling Association, will take place at the Forum Bowl in Grand Prairie this weekend Lois Dreibrodt Charlene Scheel and Margaret Eckart all of New Braunfels will be among the participants for the title Donna Dillon, three-time winner and defending champion. will lead the field as seven former champions try to regain the coveted crown Past winners competing this weekend are Susie Reichiey (1970), Fran Lary Minton (1975), three-time champion Regina Hillier Loveall (1979-80-81), Gloria Alderman (1980 Mary Wolfe Betke <1983). Debbie Weaver < 1984 and Luci Bonneau < 19851 The most prestigious tournament designed for the higher average bowler will also include TWBA State Champion Lauren Kelly and Maxine Smith. TWBA high average member for the 1985-86 season Competition for the two-day event begins at 9 a m. 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