New Braunfels Herald Zeitung Newspaper Archives

- Page 6

Issue Date:
Pages Available: 20
Previous Edition:
Next Edition:

About New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

  • Publication Name: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung
  • Location: New Braunfels, Texas
  • Pages Available: 250,382
  • Years Available: 1952 - 2013
Learn More About This Publication


  • 2.17+ Billion Articles and Growing Everyday!
  • More Than 400 Years of Papers. From 1607 to Today!
  • Articles Covering 50 U.S.States + 22 Other Countries
  • Powerful, Time Saving Search Features!
Find Your Ancestors Now

View Sample Pages : New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, May 06, 1983

Get Access to These Newspapers Plus 2.17+ Billion Other Articles

OCR Text

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - May 6, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Twelve qualify for state powerlifting 5 tat* i bota ft. 'n bn c,0ntr'A CHS student applauds the powerlifters Canyon High School Is sending a dozen strong men to the State Powerlift Meet Saturday In Austin. The twelve all finished In the top three In their respective weight divisions at the South Texas Regional Powerlift Meet held last month at Canyon High There are IO weight divisions, and the top three finishers from all five regional competitions will be at Gregory Gym on the I niverslty of Texas campus The team members will not only be competing for Individual tit!**" but also for a team title that Canyon < oar h Pete Rivas furor ■ the Cougars have a good chan e to w In The team will be led by super heavyweight Ross Tleken, who Is passing up a chance to throw the shot at the regional tra< k meet in Corpus Christi Saturday he took first af the District 13 4A meet) to compete in the powerlift meet Tleken has the best effort In the state this year Team members are 123 1-2 pounds Tommy Haymaker; 132 14 pounds Keith Smith 14* I I pounds Arthur Hernandez and Glen Nem**< 16D : \ pounds Matt Kyle and Dean Ta-, .or Also, 1*1 3-4 pounds Hilly Rud*dltsch, HR I I Michael Mtnatfea 220 I I pounds Ar mando Parader 242* * pounds John Hilton A Paul Fleener Supe rhea vyw eight Ross TlekenIncredible hulks 'Left to right) CHS powerlifters Billy Rudelitsch, Tommy Haymaker Arthur Hernandez Matt Ky.** ,r d Deaf Ta-,'or Stef* photo bv John Sfatf pose for the student body during Thur s lay s lunch. Twelve members of the team . . be going to th** state meet in Austin Sports Htrrald-Zritung Friday May 6 1983 6A NB ties Tivy for district title By SCOTT HARING -ceding" for the "tate playoffs Wire editor Hays starter Hddie Salazar aas ai mo it its effective as Bobby 'I ? istarTs on*- hit pit Tristan "tr anding * gbt I nu urn ching mad** the difference ,t" th* runners wi ult- "< altering seven New Braunfels I nborn heat th* hits New Braunfels pn kol up Hays Rebels 2 1 Thursday flight on*- run th the second when Af for a share of th*- District I I A munch* ai *r tin*-z -Irig;cd and wa - Championship -at r Ifli cd ! i, se* ( rut A vv alk and 1 * ll ** had an excellent an infield ? Ut load* d the bases, ballgame couch Ret** (Jar/,* and Mike B spinoza -ti * a another said of th** sophomore bur ler Kiln wulk to) .i in RH! a- Martinez faced univ on** butt**! over th*- a erred minimum in hts seven innings The I nu orn po ked up an striking (Hit "ix while walking insuram •* fun in ttie sixth on none Tristans control w,» -■» opening bai k to ba* k d> it cs bv good h** never even reached ,* Mike Al. I • amal a*,.1 Toma." three bali * (»unt on any Reb**! J ut re/ Al* I tam els wa- 2 for 2 hatter with a pal i of doubles on the The Win g I v *•" th** I Ut. II!(|. a * igilt 17 ♦’» overall mark and a lo . Alt ona till • TI -dan wa* un district record to end the L IA *ou4 t at ,. ret I rtf if th* firs! 12 •-•a "Ofs Bf eden* Kshufg a *» J sa Rebels in • intel Clark lit*" led a lo 2 mark arni the two team" Off the fifth a ill a "• ra*. h single are distri* t ( (» champions Th** right til it a i" gijnm-d down two Witt meet Tuesday At a V IO R * r y mg to st • al Tristan had "till 4 30 p rf! in Brederick "burg for a * |< cd 1 Cr minim on n jmher of one gam*- p.av off to deter tub * ba* ‘ “I " goo u* I* *■ til* • v entil After a fly ball first out Julian Alcala swung at strike three hut advanced to first when the pitch got past ( att her Doug Campbell Alcala stole second and two more passed balls tty th* rattled Campbell let Alcala s* ore the unearned nm Tristan got a strikeout and a line driv e to rigid to end the game Immediately following the game, Garza met with coaches from Fredericksburg w ho at tended the game to determine details on the playoff Tuesday was .rn agreeable date, hut both team s • >bv iou sly want* I Uh* horn* field advantage A coin w.i- f lipped and Fredericksburg won The game will nut change the distil* t * hip ame troth teams w ill "till be considered * o champions Hut the game s stilt important, Garza said You figure whatever win" I" going to play the other distr!* t s second place team he said \ tough Alamo Heights team has already won th** District 14 4 A title The ra* *• for second is a tight one between I vulde. Carrizo Springs and Laredo t rdted The loser of th*- SH Fredericksburg gam** must lake on .Alamo Heights, while th** winner gets whoever takes second place That playoff round w ill be best tw o (Hit of three Tile pitching matchup Tuesday will be th** same as last Tuesday. when New Braunfels beat the Billies in Fredericksburg Mike Fried** rich will pitch for Fredericksburg, and Armando Martinez Will get til** start tor New Braunfels vs** played g«>od defense, got good pitching and were very aggressive at the plate." Garza ".»id of his team s previous va tory *»ver* Fredericksburg, which was also th** firsl loss Friedcrich had suffered all season We ll go m i next Tuesday! with th** same idea same philosophy Smiley favorite at girls state NM s Hobby T nsUtn li< us for bose Al STI N M* Houston Smiley s hi tented team tm! two super individual per formers will tie among 'in top attractions at Hie gir ls "tate tr at k meet wha t run-through Saturday Smiley w tin ti recently set a national girls ret ord in the nisi meter relay is favored to w in th** * ‘lass \    < baru p Kinship Individual and team title will be determined In five divisions at th*- "tat*- meet Smiley "**t its national lei ord in regional bv running the son relay in I minute iii seconds bettering a Ber kelev < 'alif high st bool tune of in L*ho t e th* 11 I It' Th which V v also ran a I luna! liti meter he it tm.H bv a arn on Madison ridley iii th** tab! ism git' tils' pas meter relay * best tun** for ••vent III Lexa 3 4T SU Texarkana L< San Antonio lay in f i. «• finals * hailengi* Sun;. putt • 111 *>A For t Worth I Madison arni * '* * 'alaih i! eat Ii (pi at    events in 4 A, and Waco Midway Corpus Christi in    Flour Bluff and New av    Braunfels each qualified in !‘exa    five events New Braunfels Kirn w • pl    Whitaker who has the I nod    nation s hest tim*- for girl" iii ting the    th** two mile run, pulled a leg in that    muscle and has cen her w itll a    weight drop from im |m»um<i to ss pounds leaving her h*» uigvsew and    w **ak to train    on a dally basis will < ump**!*    Whitaker    s condition and • mild    "booId make    Sheila Quigley * >t first    Ha- defending champion a < lear fa v <>rit** in the I »'aM» 'civ Dada"    meter run rptjs Christi Running finals begin at 7 aimed in six p rn Sports calendar < any on Sports banquet Monday May w .* An p rn Canyon High School Commons National l ittle l.eugtie Saturday May 7 i- un I »av 2 ,Hp rn I .ions and < qitlrnists Fields I ra< k 'I slay Girls state meet Memorial Stadium Austin Smithson Valleys Dawn I >a\i w ||! partlciapate In the shot put at 12 4ft p rn It liming finals with a number of New Braunfels athletes participating begin at 7 P rn for 3 \ arui I V Also todav Hov- 3 A arui 4A regional meet* V will h< brid at Texas VAI 111 Kingsville w hit** tile iv runs at Gregory I‘ort! and High i< Iks ii near Corpus Christi lentils Today and Saturday Region IA 3A boy tournament in Kingsville Rowerlifting M.*v 7 State powerlift Meet ma rn to 8 p rn Gregory Gv rn. I niverslty of Texas Austin Twelve powerlifters from Canyon llrgii S* hi sal im hiding -tat** r«* * * »r«l holder Bos Tleken. w ill participate 'Cheating going on' in SWC TCU's Wacker writes to cooches, (jets varied response I ‘ ALI VS VR* 'Texas Christian Jim Wa-K< r *ail for a study Into re* rutting igiethuds has received a varied hut generullv favorable response from other Southwest Conferee! e football « "at bes 'he I billa" 'Time - Herald ha" r epor ted VA 4* k**r en! a letter to the coaches in M.irdi He said th* letter focuses on alumni involvement in recruiting and stem from bi" belief that cheating is going on although he t have anv proof of wrongdoing I .et s stop ignoring the issue and make something happen Walker •aid The letter (Mimes at a time when SWI’ football re* r siting is being scrutinized The National Collegial** Athletic Conference is investigating recruiting at Southern Methodist and a Judge in Brazoria County is examining "Att ■* recruiting of Angleton High S< tn«»l linebacker I la vld Stanley Reaction to the letter ranged from positive to unimpressed “What War ker In trying to say is w •* In the conference need lo he friends off the field The only thing I ohje* t to - In try ing to read between the lines is going Into a room arid having an arcuation match ald Texas Aa M ( **mu ti la* k a Sh'-r r ill Hon tori " Hill Yeoman said he'd he w tiling to i <»opf rate w uh W acker but added he should make sure everything at hts place bs fine and I It make sure everything at my place tm** Rice's Ray Alburn said Jim wrote with all g*xxi intentions I'm not minimizing th** effect of th** letter But Rve been in this business a long time and I (ton f see letters doing any good This probably won t U*ik good In print, hut if von dig you*ll find some little flit po king nil**" broken To me there ar** degrees of violations Home things take all the recruiting out of it We've all recruited kid," felt pretty good and had ’em Jump at the lust minute for whatever reason You begin to say w hat the hell" Walker said the crux of the letter read ta t s get It together There s n*< doubt that there are minor violations They r** inevitable But the major you know th** blatant buying of athletes bas (if come to an end I have not absolute proof that It is there to trace « ash transactions and and to have factual pr**>f is almost Impossible he said Texas Coach Fred \k«*r*» said AA acker was probably not aw ar* that recruiting talk go .*n »»v cry v*-ar This is lim " fir"! semester so to speak I'm "or** h» s not aw ar* we do that (talk about recruiting W** addr ess that v*-rv situation cat I year Y<m don t "oh »> anything with talk    vkcf" said W.o ker left Southwest P**xa Stat** arid was hired to repin* ** I* A Dry at TCI on Nov 23 SAU " Hobby Collins said he was in complete agr* ament with Walkers hut added I rn ain* ai V statement coming from in* would sound suspicious Collins said he already told tin* NCA A that something sh ald be don** a I lout recruiting lf the others want to let the hall fall. that's fin** If they want to keep It nilling that's fine I don't really care at this point I think I v** done what I can do VS acker said AA acker said be w ould Uke to discuss recruiting at the SWC coaches spring meeting Alay 23 24 at the Lakewood resort outside Austin He said the letter could have been •'presumptuous*' of him but that It was a gut reaction over something I feel very strongly about * Northcliffe Ladies hold tournament Brown team clinches title tty KAMI MITCH! ll Sport* editor The team of Tel l Brow n Reg Hoi "t Atargo I {erring and Jan Kotvlo "hot a into * Urich the third annual North* 11 f f «* Ladle" I * hi ma mer. I Thursday Seventy one players including one from Brownsville, entered the two bes! of hair hall contest 'B’s not our larg* ft turnout, said t’> ('hap.! assistant pro at North* llffe The large"! w.t" I think s2 that was two years ago The problem this year was we were competing with about three other lour (laments so the number of people out Is pretty good At least the w rather held up Winner «»f the longest drive title was Cook!* Bel inski while closest to the pin on No H was Ann** Fvans with 5’ 10“ Closest on No ll was Alary Mabry w ith 72 1-2 Second place In the overall competition was won bv th** team *>i Mu key Glover Rerun    Hand, Carol Hansen and Lou Slider with a 117 while A 11 gint.* Grant I leu** Gtsxlman Rose    Tuseth and Helen Hi* ha me plat lug third w itll a lit* Tied for fourth plat *• with a 120 were th** teams of Tina Martinez A Irginta Lindxkog Sandra Dc Spain and A1 arg* Butler and I at Shreve, Sue (“rum. Mary A1 abr \ and Anne K vans Sixth place w ent to Betty Kaw ling" Lerna Jane Clark Barbara    Bagley and Jean Benning with 121 points and seventh was awarded to Alary Alb** Florev A irgie Van Kleef. Alary Re* tson and Jeanntf Bryant w Uh 122 The Sportsmanship Award given to the team with the most point* was presented to the team of CH Chi Dawson, Cc*okle Helinskl, VA lima Dean and Jeane Korpak with a score of 142 Other team scores were as follows eighth, Hazel Ref kin" Hart let VA illiams Algin!.* Schwelhert and Priscilla Meyet" with a 123 ninth Alarge Jackson Rat A1 • I fonuld Anne Carter and Dolly Sharp with a 127. tenth three VV.iv He at 12k Midge AA.lid Nam v David, Helen Moore and Annahelie Dy alt in a n    Nanty Weatherly iii.* Roberts Maralyn s* (trader and Ruth S».y|,*r and Jean Seal*- .Alary Ann I ^ruining Veta Flower and Mary (Jordon In lith place was Unlearn (if Bena Heaves Isabelle Koon Mary Wallace and Alickey Rice w lib a "(ore of 12W A tie for 12th plat e was logged by the teams of Fran Opsahl. Blaine Mount. Helen S wend# man and Blaine Rosko ami A'lrglnla Autrey. lam Barrel, Doris Watkins and Jerl Henning Each team scored a 130 Blaring 13th was the team of Linda Guy. Ku Newton, Mary Boyer and Dorothea Blank with a 132 ;