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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 14, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas Winners NB Aquatic Club brings home ribbons By KARI MITCHELL Sports editor Several new members of the New Braunfels Aquatic CLub contributed to the team’s 26 ribbons at the Fort Sam Houston B-C Invitational Swim Meet. Swimming in only her second meet, Kourtney Kahler took a B time in the 50-meter freestyle and grabbed a first place in the 100-meter free and 100-meter backstroke. In the 9-10 bracket, the girls relay team consisting of Kayci Kahler, Kemery Kahler, Adrienne Isley and Gail Isley placed fourth in the 200 free relay. Other outstanding performances were turned in by Jeff Hendry and his brother Josh Hendry. Jeff Hendry took a first and two seconds in the class B events and two fourths in class C. Josh Hendry placed first, second and third in class B and brought home a second in class C. The following is a list of all swimmers who placed. Class B Josh Hendry, 10-11, Boys 50 rn. back,:40.81, first; Boys 50 meter free, :30.01, second; Boys 200-meter free, 2:46.95, third. Jeff Hendry, 13-14 year-olds, boys 200-meter individual, 2:58.19, first; Boys 100-meter back, 1:20.33, second; boys 200-meter free, 2:29.91, second. Class C Gail Elsey, 8 and under, girls 50 meter breaststroke, 1:06.81, third. Gail Elsey, 8 and under, girls 50 meter free,:53.78, seventh. Kayci Kahler, 9-10, girls 50 meter free,: 44.95, seventh. NBAC, 9-10, girls 200 meter free, 3:30.56, fourth. Sandra Lamfuss, 11-12, girls IOO meter free, 1:24.91, fourth. Sandra Lamfuss, 11-12, girls 50 meter free,: 38.29, sixth. Sandra Lamfuss, 11-12, girls 50 meter back,: 48.08, sixth. Sandra Lamfuss, 11-12, girls 200 meter free, 3:18.23, sixth. David Mares, 11-12, boys 50 meter free,: 36.97, third. Josh Hendry, 11-12, boys 200 meter individual medley, 3:19.23, second. Nancy Gajewski, 13-14, girls 200 meter individual medley, 3:17.31, third. Nancy Gajewski, 13-14, girls 200 meter free, 2:53.75, fourth. Jeff Hendry, 13-14, boys IOO meter breast, 1:42.86, fourth. Jeff Hendry, 13-14, boys IOO meter butterfly, 1:31.43, fourth. Kourtney Kahler, 15-16, girls 50 meter free, :33.03, B time. Kourtney Kahler, 15-16, girls IOO meter free, 1:17.58, first. Kourtney Kahler, 15-16, girls IOO meter back, 1:33.04, first. Lynann Mares, 15-16, girls 50 meter free,: 37.51, second. Lynann Mares, 15-16, girls 200 meter free, 3:08.39, fourth. Lynann Mares, 15-16, girls IOO meter back, 1:48.69, fifth. NBAC, senior, girls 200 medley relay, 2:21.50, fifth. NBAC, secnior, boys 200 medley relay, second. NFL rules no extension, no unsigned players in camp NEW YORK (AP) - A request by National Football league club owners that the current contract be extended beyond Thursday’s deadline was being considered by union leaders as the two sides met for a second day in a row. Jack Donlan, executive director of the NFL Management Council and the club owners chief negotiator, said if there is no extension, no unsigned player will be allowed into training camp. Donlan said at last count there were 99 rookies and 71 veterans who had not been signed. The Baltimore Colts will be the first team to open camp on Friday, with the others to open next week. Union negotiators made no immediate response to the extension request, and said it would be discussed at today’s session. Ed Garvey, the union’s executive director, said as he understood management’s position, unsigned veterans could agree to accept a team’s latest offer, or 110 percent of last year’s salary, even after the July 15 deadline and still attend training camp. Rookies could also accept a team’s last offer after July 15 and report to camp. “But all the players have to have signed contracts before they start working out,” Garvey said. The team owners at Tuesday’s session, the first in more than a month, presented a package of proposals for a new contract. Management offered to liberalize the game’s free agent system, increase both minimum salaries and postseason pay and provide improved insurance benefits. Players representatives, however, did not like the offer. “It’s totally insulting,” said Gene Upshaw of the Oakland Raiders, president of the players association. Dick Berthelsen, general counsel for the union, said the offer was “essentially the same as they gave us in Miami in Feburary.” He said that according to his side’s calculations, the new offer would result “in the owners spending less on the players in 1982 than they did in 1981.” Donlan, meanwhile, saw the offer as a good place to start bargaining. /’We took the existing contract and built upon it,” said Donlan, after presenting the package of proposals during the first of three planned days of negotiations. “We feel this proposal is a basis for a settlement, but the response from the union was very distressing.” The owners’ pay proposal, a $50,000 minimum salary for a fifth-year player and $30,000 for a rookie, is far less than than $140,000 for fifth-year players and $75,000 for rookies that the players want. El Paso edges Jackson in Texas By ASSOCIATED PRESS A two-run homer by Bill Foley in the first inning helped El Paso edge Jackson, 7-4, in Texas league baseball after the Mets made the first of their three errors on a potential double play ball. In other action Tuesday, the Tulsa Drillers whipped tile San Antonio Dodgers, 7-2, and the Shreveport Captains handed the Midland Cubs a 7-6 defeat. The Arkansas Travelers slipped by the \marillo Gold Sox, 9-8. Jackson’s Darryl Strawberry scored a solo home run in the top of the fourth. It was his 23rd of the year and the fourth homer in as many games against El Paso. Dan Burns, 5-2, took the win for the Diabios. Ted I )avis, 6-6, was the loser. The Drillers’ Tommy Dunbar walloped a first-inning grand slam home run and added a solo shot in the fourth against the Dodgers. Dunbar cracked his 12th homer of the year in the first after singles by Mike Jirschele and Dave Stockstill and a walk to Mike Rubel. The Dodgers had taken a 1-0 lead in the top of the first on an RBI single by Ed Amelung. Dunbar increased the lead to 6-1 with the solo homer, his 13th. Burns upsets Smith in Western WATERWOOD (AP) - Former champions are having a hard time keeping pace in the 82nd annual Women’s Western Amateur Golf Championships at Waterwood Country Club. Former champions Lancy Smith and Kathy Baker were upset Tuesday in first-round championship flight play in the oldest continuously-played women’s tournament in the country. Smith, the 1974 champion, led all qualifiers with a 2-under-par 71 Monday, but was defeated Tuesday by Laurie Burns, Gainesville, Fla., 5 and 4. Baker, the 1980 titlist, was beaten by Cindy Figg, Mount Pleasant, Mich., 3 and 2. Smith, Snyder, N.Y., and Baker, Clover, S.C., both are members of the United States Curtis Cup team. Defending champion Amy Benz of Clearwater, Fla., survived a qualification scare and won her first-round match over Terrie Berto of Delphi, Ind., 4 and 3. Benz shot an 84 Monday, then won a berth in the championship flight in a sudden-death playoff early Tuesday. Cathy Hanlon, Palos Verdes Estates, Calif., and Leslie Shannon, Fort lauderdale, Fla., the other Curtis Cup representatives in the touurnament, also advanced. Hanlon defeated Jeri Cavanagh, Paradise Valley, Ariz., 2 and I. Shannon won by 2 and I over Tanna Idee, Fort Smith, Ark. Porn Streak II 25% OFF! Save 25% on aU^„ rainchecks While supplies last. Sorry Sports Calendar Intermediate tennis clinic: Northcliffe, weekly. Tuesday-Friday, ll a.m. to 12:30 p.m.. Little League All-Stars: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m., San Marcos. New Braunfels National league plays Lockhart in winners’ bracket. AL lost Tuesday. Seven-team double-elimination area tournament. Babe Ruth All-Stars: Wednesday, Comal Park, 8 p.m.. Canyon I^ake vs. New Braunfels. Three-team, double-elimination tournament for 14- and 15-year-olds. New Braunfels Summer Basketball League: End-of-season tournament continues Thursday at New Braunfels Middle School gym. 7 p.m. Junior Swimming Olympics: July 16-18, Friday through Sunday, Blossom Time Athletic Center, San Antonio. Prelims start at IO a.m., finals every night at 6:30 p.m.. Skat Club: Wednesday, 7:30 p.m.. Eagles Hall. Monthly tournament. Women’s volleyball: Wednesday, 6:30 p.m., Haymarket Park. Fischer Construction vs. Miller High Life; 7:30 p.m. — Clear Springs vs. Miller High Life. Coed volleyball: Thursday, Holy Family Church. 6:30 p.m.. A League — Jesse’s Discount Gas vs. Kentucky Fried Chicken, Holy Family vs. City Pharmacy; 7 p.m., Jesse’s vs. City Pharmacy, Holy Family vs. Kentucky Fried Chicken. B league — 7:30 p.m., Ortega’s vs. M. Garcia, Chilio’s vs. Ixmis Valdez; 8 p.m. — Ortega’s vs. Chilio’s, I Amis Valdez vs. M. Garcia. performance RADIALS! 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San Antonio St. New Braunfels, Texas LEROY EICKMANN STORE MANAGER PH. 625-2323 MON.-FRI. 7:30-6:00 SATURDAY 7:30-6:00 Karate tip Sports editor’s note: This tip is being run as a correction. In Sunday’s edition of the Hcrnlil-ZeHuug, the wrong pictures were used with the tip. Bring up you leg in a bent position in preparation for a kick. Thrust out strongly to the side, putting the full force of your hip into the kick and locking at the knee upon impact. (You will pivot on the supporting foot.) Return foot to preparatory position. Staff photos by Cindy Richardson ;