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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - June 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Thursday, June 13, 1985    7 Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6:30 p.m. Baseball: Chicago Cub# at Montreal, WGN 6:35 p m. — Baseball: Cincinnati at Atlanta, WTBS. 7 p.m. — Basketball: All-Star High School Basketball game. USA. 7 p.m. — Golf: U.S. Open, first round, ESPN. 11 9.rn.    Bowling: $115,000 Denver Open, ESPN. Local sports SATURDAY 8 a m. — Three Parks Run, beginning .it Wurst World 4 p.m. Baseball Texas Baseball Coaches Association All Star game. Astrodome, Houston Texas League By The Associated Press FIRST HALF EASTERN DIVISION W 29 29 28 L 27 Pct GB 518    - 31    483 31 35 27 475 2 Vi 426    5    Vi -s ‘    ■ ■Ti . *    '    *    ^    J W#- Ip LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG A photo of Gary Edwards was Inadvertently left out of Wednesday's photo-page of the All-District 13 4A team. Edwards was selected as the first team's designated hitter. Also, Ronnie Rittimann was selected as an outfielder, not as a pitcher as had been reported. The Herald Zeitung apologizes for ommission. Arkansas (Cards! .... Shreveport (Giants) . Jackson (Mots)..... Tulsa (Rangers)    26 WESTERN DIVISION Beaumont (Padres)    33 El Paso (Brewers) 34    2£ San Antonio (Dodgers) 30 Midland (Angels) 28 Wednesday s Games El Paso 2, San Antonio I Midland 5, Beaumont 3 Shreveport 4, Jackson 3 (I OI Arkansas 10, Tulsa9 (IO) Today's Genies San Antonio at Beaumont El Paso at Midland Shreveport at Tulsa Arkansas at Jackson Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS Placed Darrell Miller, catcher, on the 15 day disabled list Activated Luis Sanchez, pitcher. DETROIT TIGERS Placed Milt Wilcox pit cher, on the 21 «lay disabled list OAKLAND A's Reactivated Rick Langford, pitcher. Optioned Jeff Kaiser, pitcher, to Tacoma of the Pacific Coast League Announced that Mike Norris, pitcher, will loin Modesto of the California League for injury rehabilitation. SEATTLE MARINERS Placed Jim Beattie pitcher, on the 21 day disabled list Called up Bill Wilkinson, pitcher, from Calgary of the Pacific Coast League TEXAS RANGERS Signed James Vlcek and Frank Bryan, pitchers, Mark Seay and Mike Jackson, outfielders, and Michael Dotzler, cat cher, and assigned them to Sarasota of the Gulf Coast League National League CINCINNATI REDS -Sold Brad Gulden, catcher, to the Tucson of the Pacific Coast League FOOTBALL National Football Leagua NEW ORLEANS SAINTS Promoted Bruce Broussard, ticket manager, to director of ad ministration Reassigned Mark Hatley from player personnel scout to defensive backs coach arid Harold Richardson from special teams coach to wide receivers coach Named Sandy King ticket manager Major League Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (135 at bats! P Bradley, Seattle TANK MCNAMARA 335, Cooper. Milwaukee, 333: Whitaker, Detroit, 333; R Henderson, New York, 331; Gedman, Boston, 323 RUNS Ripken, Baltimore, 45; M Davis. Oakland, 43; Whitaker, Detroit, 43. R Henderson, New York, 41, Molitor, Milwaukee, 37 RBS Mattingly, New York 44 Baylor, New York, 42, E Murray, Baltimore, 41; Brunansky, Minnesota, 40, K Gibson, Detroit. 39 HITS P Bradley, Seattle, 75, Buckner, Boston. 69. Butler, Cleveland, 69, Puckett, Minnesota. 69 Hatcher, Minnesota, 68, Whitaker, Detroit, 68 DOUBLES Butler, Cleveland, 17; Buckner, Boston, 16, Gaetti, Minnesota, 16, Mattingly, New York, 15: Cooper. Milwaukee, 14. Franco, Cleveland, 14 TRIPLES Wilson, Kansas City, 10; Cooper Milwaukee, 7, Puckett Minnesota. 6, Butler, Cleveland, 4, P Bradley. Seattle, 4 Pettis, California, 4 HOME RUNS Armas, Boston, 14, Brunansky. Minnesota, 14, Fisk, Chicago, 14, Kingman, Oakland, 14. M Davis, Oakland, 14 STOLEN BASES Pettis, California. 25, R Henderson, New York, 20, Butler, Cleveland. 19, Collins, Oakland, 19. Garcia, Toronto, 15, Moseby, Toronto, 15 PITCHING (5 decisions! Ojeda. Boston. 4 1, 800, 2 25, Romanick, California 7 2, 778. 3 14 Terrell, Detroit, 6 2, 750. 4 62. Haas Milwaukee 5 2, 714, 2 62, Alexander, Toronto. 7 3, 700, 4 07. Codiroli, Oakland, 7 3, 700, 4 30 STRIKEOUTS Morns, Detroit, 88 Boyd, Boston, 74, F Bannister Chicago, 73, Hough Texas, 63. Blyleven, Cleveland, 62; Clemens, Boston. 62 SAVES B James Chicago. 13, D Moore. California, 12, J Howell, Oakland, 12. Hernandez. Detroit, 11. Quisenberry, Kansas City, ll; Righetti, New York, 11 NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (135 at batel - Herr, St Louis, 379, McGee. St Louis, 356, Cruz. Houston, 329, Gwynn San Diego, 322 Murphy, Atlanta. .314 RUNS Coleman, St,Louis, 41, Murphy, Atlanta. 40, Herr, St.Louis, 39, Rames. Montreal, 38, McGee. St Louis, 37 PBI Hen, St Louts 51 J Clark St Louis 47, Murphy, Atlanta, 45, G Wilson, Philadelphia. 40, Parker, Cincinnati, 39 HITS Herr, St.Louis, 78, Gwynn, San Diego, 73. McGee St Louts 67 Garvey. San Diego 66 Parker, Cincinnati, 66 DOUBLES Parker, Cincinnati. 17, Gwynn, San Diego, 15. Herr. St.Louis, 15; Wallach, Montreal. 15, Templeton, San Diego, 14 TRIPLES McGee, St Louis. 6, Raines, Montreal. 5 7 are tied with 4 HOME RUNS Murphy, Atlanta, 15; Cay, Chicago 12 J Clark, St Louis 12. Marshall. Los Angeles IO, Garvey, San Diego 9, Guerrero, Los Angeles, 9 Parker, Cincinnati, 9 STOLEN BASES Coleman St Louis, 41; McGee, St Louts 25, Gladden. San Francisco. 20: Lopes, Chicago. 20; Dernier, Chicago, 18 PITCHING *5 decisions) Hawkins, San Diego 11-0, 1 000, 2 79 Andujar St Louis, ll I, 917. 2 63 Trout Chicago, 6 1, 857, I 79 Darling, New York 5 I 833 2 48 Hershiser Los Angeles, 5-1, 833 2 41 McDowell, New York, 51. 833, 2 62 Briefly 'Longest Day of Golf' scheduled for June 20 The New Braunfels Downtown Rotary Club will sponsor the “Longest Day of Golf” on June 20 to raise money for the Comal Unit of th eAmerican Cancer Society. The fourman team will be comrised of Dennis Kaderli, Brian Lyons, Bob Pacharzina and Donny Seay. The foursome will tee of at 6:30 a.m. at the luanda Park Golf Course and will continue until dusk. I^st year, a foursome played 108 holes and raised almost $2,000 For more information, contact Brian Lyons at 625-582G. Durbin and Wiley capture dart tournament Neal Durbin and Tina Wiley won the New Braunfels Dart Organization’s tournament Tuesday night at Jachhammer’s. Second place went to Steve Becker and Brad Critchfield while Shirley Cames and Jim Hurst took third. Goose Thomas was the high scorer with 180 points while Hanna Keller had the high women’s score with 138. Two foursomes share golf tournament win Two teams tied for first place in Tuesday’s golf tournament at luanda Park. The team of Ray Sledge, till Klink, Bill Adkms and Helen Kittrell tied with the team of Virgie Van Kleef, Hugh Tagert, Joe Armstrong and Ken Frisbee at 63, nine under par. Third place was won by Charlie Wagenfuehr, Lew Underdown, Doug Scheel and Lois Underdown. Alice Chambles was nearest the pin on hole No. 12 rn the women’s division while Ken Trezona came closest among the men. The next tournament will be July 9. Tennis program offered for juniors The New Braunfels Tennis Association is sponsoring a r development program for juniors ages 10-18. The program will start June 18 and will cost $30 for four weeks of lessons. If interested, contact David Mueller at 625-3597 or Sally Forney at 629-6659. Father-son tourney set for June 22 The annual Father-Son tournament at luanda Park Golf Course will be June 22, beginning at IO a.m. The format will be select drive and alternate shot Competition is by age groups. I hree Parks run set for Saturday The Comal Unit of the American Cancer Society’s annual Three Parks 5.000 will be Saturday beginning at 8 a rn. Entry forms ate available horn Jannette of the American Cancer Society in San Antonio, 696-4211; Robin Bell of the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department, 629-6196; and Tim Sheehan of Shiner Beer in Austin, 385-0293. The entry fee is $6 in advance and $8 for late entrants. Race-day registration starts at 7:30 a m. the day of the race. Openings available in tennis clinic Space is available in the Parks and Recreation Department’s junior tennis clinics this summer. The next two-week session begins June 17 at the luanda Park tennis courts. The fee is $15 per person, and registration is at the Landa Recreation Center. Junior clinics start June 24 The first junior golf clinic of the summer will be June 24-28 beginning at 8 a.m. each day. The clinic is for players ages 8 to 18, and classes will last hours each day. 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