New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas
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BrieflyJuly 4 starting times available Wednesday
Starting times for the July 4 holiday can be made in person at the Golf Shop beginning at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday.
Starting times for the weekend can be made at the usual time, 4 p.m. on Thursday.Schertz' Warden aces No. 15
Anna Warden of Schertz shot a hole in one on the par three, 140-yard No. 15 hole at the Landa Park Golf Course on Thursday.
Warden was playing with George Warden, Vern Starr and Milt Schulke.Golf clinics scheduled
A junior golf clinic will be held at the luanda Park Golf Course from July 29 through August 2.
The clinic will be held from 8:30 a m. to IO a m. each day.
A ladies clinic is scheduled in September. The program will meet on Sept. 9. ll and 13 from 5:30 p.m. to 7 p m each day.
Five tournaments will be held at the course this month. The Elks tournament is on July 9 the Stainers tournament is on July 12 and the Sunday Scramble will take place on July 14. On July 18 the Guys and Dolls tournament will take place and on July 27. 28 and Aug. 3 and 4 the men s city championship tournament is scheduled.Teams tie in better ball tournament
The team of Ricky Zavala and Joe Guerrero tied at 58 the team of Pat Gilbert and Bob McClure in the two-Scoreboard
man team, pick your patner better ball tournament at the Landa Park Golf Course Saturday.
Tied for third and fourth with 59 was the team of Allen Dale and Bill Adkins and the team of Hon Scheel and Jim Shoemaker.
The team of Ray Sledge and Bob Thompson shot a 60 to capture fifth place.
Dale won the individual competition with a 64. Second was E.L. Reid with a 65.Scuba class scheduled
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will start another open water scuba diving class on July 8.
Classes will meet for two weeks on Mondays. Wednesdays and Thursdays from 7 p.m. to IO p.m.
To register, call the Rec Center at 629-6196.
Softball Association announces meeting
The New Braunfels Softball Association will meet on July IO at 7 p.m. at the luanda Recreation Center.
The summer-fall league plans will be discussed, including rosters, schedules, player adds and drops and the constitution and by-laws.
Registration for the league is July 8-19 at the Rec Center. The entry fee is $175 per team plus $10 per player.
There will be men’s B. BB, C and D leagues as well as a women's and a co-ed league.
Women s tennis begins summer session
The second summer session of the New Braunfels Womens Tennis
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Association will begin July 22 for singles and July 25 for doubles, and will run through August 29.
All levels of players are encouraged to register for either with Pauline Rector at 629-2995 or Sue Frosch at 625-9476.Volleyball clinic scheduled for July
Two summer sessions of volleyball clinics will be held in July.
The first is scheduled from July 8 through July 19 and the second from July 22 through August 2.
Phyllis Fowler and Carla Herring will be the instructors for the two-week girls’ volleyball clinics.
The clinic is for girls IO and older. Varsity high school players are not
The clinics are held at Canyon Middle School from 8 a.m. to noon every day. The registration fee is $30.
Registration information can be obtained b\ contacting the Landa Recreation Center or by calling 629-
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T Bar M day camp set for July 29 Aug. 1
The T Bar M Sports Camp’s day camp for local residents will be July
29-Aug. I from 9 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. daily.
The camp is for anyone ages IO to 15. and the cost is $95. The fee includes everything, including lunch.
Included in the activities are the ropes course, rappelling, tennis, soccer, basketball, volleyball and swimming as well as Bible study periods.
For more information, call Sue Smith at 625-7738.
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HOUSTON OILERS-Signed MA# Railer, running back, to a four year contractOilers sign Bulls' Rozier
HOUSTON (AP) — The Houston Oilers ended a yearlong pursuit of former Heisman Trophy winner Mike Rozier by signing the running back to a four-year contract that will pay him a reported $2.25 million.
Rozier, who finished second among USFL runners this season with 1,361 yards for the Jacksonville Bulls, became available to Houston when he bought out his contract with the Bulls. The Oilers held his NF'L rights after they made him their first pick, and the second overall, in the 1984 supplemental draft.Sandberg, Owen named players of week
NEW YORK (AP) — Second baseman Ryne Sandberg of the Chicago Cubs was named NL Player of the Week for the period ending June 30.
Sandberg hit safely in all six Cubs’ games last week, going 13-for-26 for a .500 batting average. He also scored eight runs and drove in four.
Seattle Manner shortstop Spike Owen, who hit .464 with two triples and a homer last week, was named American League Player of the Week.Browns select Kosar today
NEW YORK (AP) — Bernie Kosar, who grew up a Geveland Browns fan, officially becomes Browns property today when the National Football league holds
its supplemental draft.
Although 15 collegians are eligible to be taken by the 28 NFL teams, Kosar is the only one who merits more than a passing glance — and that’s about all the other 27 teams will get when the Browns take the University of Miami quarterback with the first pick.49ers Nehemiah may go back to track
SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — World record-holding hurdler Renaldo Nehemiah, who quit track to join the San Francisco 49ers, says a ruling that allows him to run again will usher in a wide-open era for track and field.
Nehemiah isn’t sure he’ll be part of that era, despite his apparent victory in an expensive three-year legal battle with the International Amateur Athletic Federation.
“I’ve waited three years for this ruling, and now I’ve got mixed emotions about what I’ll do,” Nehemiah said.National League prevails in Old Timers game
WASHINGTON (AP) — Hank Aaron, Bill Mazeroski, Joe Torre and Tommy Davis slugged homers to lead the National League to a 7-3 win over the American league in the Old Timers game Monday.
It was the NL’s third win in four games. Jim I^mon, who played in Washington before the Senators moved to Minnesota, had the only homer for the American League.
“You come out so that the fans can see you do it one more time. It gives them one more thrill.” said Aaron, who drilled an Early Wynn pitch over the fence in the first inning for a 2-1 NL lead.
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