New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 22, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas
Page 10A Herald-Ziltung, New Braunfels, Texas_Friday, November 22, 1991Briefly
Softball tourney Sunday
The New Braunfels Softball Association will hold a tournament on Sunday beginning at 9 a .rn.
The entry fee is $90 per team, and the deadline to enter is Friday. Trophies will be awarded to the first-, second- and third-place teams.
For more information, call Robert Dominguez at 620-1560.
Lee’s turkey event Sunday
A 4-man turkey scramble golf tournament is slated for Sunday at I p.m. at Lee’s Par 3, located on Klein Rd. The cost is $25 per person and the proceeds will benefit Teen Connection.
To sign up call Larry Blinders at 625-9512 or Lee at Lee’s Par 3 at 620-4653.
Kart Club races Sunday
The Hill Country Kart Club is hosting an Enduro race on Sunday, beginning at 2 p.m. at the New Braunfels track.
It will be a one-hour race for experts and a 15-minute race for juniors. Last year’s seniors winner completed 134 laps in an hour.
Admission is free for the event, which will be held at the facility on Loop 337 west of IH-35 (use the Ruekle Road exit).
Thanksgiving darts In UC
Diddlesticks in Universal City is hosting a Thanksgiving Turkey Shootout, with the New Braunfels Dart Organization taking part in the tournament.
The $1,700 dan tournament is sanctioned by the American Dan Organization and will run from today through Sunday at the dan club.
There is an entry fee, but it varies depending on the category which a given dart thrower is entering. Call Sherri or John at 658-3411 for more
Bowl bid on line for Hogs
LITTLE ROCK (AP) — Arkansas vs. Rice. The last Southwest Conference game for the Razorbacks.
The game at Little Rock on Saturday is special to Arkansas coach Jack Crowe.
“I hope that means something to our team. It means a lot to me and I hope it means a lot to our fans,” Crowe said.
But the second-year coach said he hasn’t mentioned to his players the emotional aspect of the games role as the final SWC contest before Arkansas moves next season to the Southeastern Conference.
“This game and our game with Alabama in Utile Rock (the first SEC game) next year are landmark events,” Crowe said. “A game of this magnitude is very special for this program.”
Fred Goldsmith, the third-year Rice coach and former defensive coordinator at Arkansas, said a lot has been written this week about Rice playing Arkansas in the Razorbacks’ final SWC game
“We’re just the ones who happen to be there for the occasion,” he said.
It also may be the last time Arkansas and Rice face one another
“Never say never,” Goldsmith said, but Rice has not scheduled Arkansas for a future game and currently has no plats to do that A bid to play Georgia in the Dec. 29 Independence Bowl is on the line for Arkansas Back-to-back five-win seasons are on the line for Rice. Arkansas is 5-5 aral 4-3 in the SWC. Rice is 4-6,2-5.
Goldsmith said it has been difficult to prepare for the Razorbacks because he is unsure what they will do on offense. Last week, Crowe tabbed junior Gary ’Peanut” Adams to run the wishbone offense. A week earlier, sophomore Wade Hill directed the offense out of the I. Arkansas lost both games.
Even Crowe was not sure by midweek how the game would unfold offensively for his team.
“We’ve struggled all year offensively. lf there was a clear course for us to follow, s decision would already have been made,” Crowe said.
Crowe has said he plans to use both Adams md Hill. He knows be wants to get the ball to his receivers more.
“The best thing about our football lam. and I’ve said this since day one. is our receiving corps,” he said.
Crowe also said he waited tailback Freddie Bradley to get his hands on the ball more. Bradley has averaged 24 yards on kickoff returns, but has carried the ball only 37 times from ocrimmagc for s net 131 yards.
Bradley broke OJ. Simpson’! national junior college records for career touchdowns, poi nu scored and all-purpose yardage before transfer ring to Arkansas this year.
Trevor Cobb, who averages 34 carries and 160.2 yards a game, will be the big threat offensively for the Owls.
B-ball league tryouts Dec. 7
The New Braunfels Junior League Basketball program will hold registration and tryouts on Dec. 7.
The league is for fourth-, fifth- and sixth-graders, with both boys and girls teams.
Registration and tryouts for fourth-grade boys is from 10-11 a.m. at the New Braunfels Middle School girls gym.
The fifth- and sixth-grade boys will have registration and tryouts at the Academy Street Gym. The fifth-graders will go from 1-2 p.m., and the sixth-graders from 11 a.m. until noon.
All of the girls tryouts and registration will be at the Frazier Elementary gym on Highway 81 East.
The fourth-grade girls will go from 10-10:30 a.m., with the fifth-graders following at 10:30-11 a.m. The sixth-grade session will be from 11-11:30 a.m.
The fee to join the league is $20 and is due at registration time. The signature of a parent or guardian must be on the registration form.
Anyone unable to attend registration and tryouts should send a signed form — which will be passed out at the local schools — and the $20 registration fee with a friend to the Doc. 7 session. There will be limited player slots for late registration.
For more information, call Celeste Salge at 625-7693 in the evenings before 9 p.m.
NBGA alters sign-up plan
The New Braunfels Golf Association is changing its sign-up procedure for the club’s Saturday golf tournaments.
Members can sign up in the meeting room at the Landa Park golf course any time from the Saturday
prior to the tournament until 11 a.m. on Friday, or by calling the pro shop at 625-3225 before 11 a.m. on Friday.
Pairings will be made on Friday, and a copy will be left at the Landa pro shop. Players will be able to find out their tee times by calling the pro shop on Friday afternoon or Saturday morning.
If you have any questions, contact tournament director Ski Hanciwich at 620-0223.
Low-Impact class offered
The New Braunfels ISD Community Education program is offering a low-impact workout class for beginners, people wishing to get in better shape and those who want to establish a regular fitness routine.
The class, taught by Lisa Smith, is ongoing every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45-6:45 p.m. in the Scele Elementary Gym.
The workout emphasizes a medium-intcnsity, low-impact cardiovascular fitness regimen which includes muscle-toning and flexibility exercises.
Gasses are $2 individually or $20 for a six-week session. For more information, call NBISD Community Education at 620-6200.
NBTA tourney Dec. 14-15
The New Braunfels Tennis Association will hold its annual Dick Hauser Memorial Scholarship Tournament on Dec. 14-15 at the New Braunfels High School courts.
Singles, doubles and mixed doubles events will be offered, with pairings based on the relative level of the players’ abilities.
All proceeds go to youth educational scholarships in New Braunfels.
For more information and entry forms, call David Perkins at 625-8672 or Sally Forney at 629-6659. The
deadline to enter is Dec. 11.
Barry’s sponsors contest
Barry’s Under Pass Saloon will again sponsor an area hunting contest, in which local deer hunters can compete in numerous categories.
Hunters can bring in deer throughout the season, and Barry’s has cold storage space available if needed.
Barry’s will measure and weigh anything brought in, and winners for allfof the contest’s categories will be determined at the end of the season.
Included among the categories is an archery contest for best all-around buck.
Several categories are Comal County-specific, with awards for heaviest buck, most points, widest horn spread and heaviest doe. Those four categories will also be figured on an all-county basis.
The best all-around buck shot by a 12-or-younger hunter will earn a trophy, as will the 65-and-older hunter who brings in the best all-around buck.
There are also contests for best all-around mule deer (any state), heaviest hog and longest-bearded turkey.
Other trophies are available in the human beard-growing contest, for best-looking and scroungiest. There will also be an arm wrestling contest.
Rec offers volleyball
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering opcn-play volleyball at the Landa Rec Center on Tuesday evenings.
Play begins at 7:30 p.m., and it is supervised by Steve Serna. The fee for the program is $1 per person, and anyone is welcome to attend. For more information, please call 620-PLAY.
Taekwondo at Rec Center
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is cosponsoring taekwondo and self-defense classes this fall with San Marcos Taekwondo.
Taekwondo is a martial art that develops a person both physically and mentally, while enhancing selfesteem. This program will benefit people of all ages.
Classes are now in session at the Landa Recreation Center. Class times are 6:15 p.m. for children ages 6-11 and 7:15 p.m. for ages 12-adult. Classes will meet every Monday and Thursday.
The fee for this program is $38 per month, with $20 for a second family member and $15 for a third. A uniform is required and may be purchased through the instructor. To register, call the Landa Rec Center. For more information, call 620-PLAY or 620-KICK.
Water works classes
Water works classes are currently offered at the Hill Country RV Park.
The classes will take place in an indoor heated pool, and sessions will run three times a week. There will be evening sessions on Mondays and Wednesdays at 6:30 p.m. and a Saturday class at 9 a jn.
For more information, call instructor Candace Wells at 625-4416.
Tennis lessons offered
Tennis lessons at the Prince Sol ms Tennis Courts are offered monthly through the New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department.
Lessons meet once a week, at 4 p.m. on Thursday, beginning. Dick Buhl is the instructor. The fee is $25 per month.
Students may register at the Rec Center between noon and 9 p.m. on
Monday through Friday. For more information, call 620-PLAY.
Elks’ hoop-shoot Jan. 11
New Braunfels Elks’ Lodge #2279 will sponsor a hoop-shoot contest on Jan. ll, starting at 1:30 p.m. in the New Braunfels High School gym.
All boys and girls ages 8-13 on April 1,1992, will be eligible to enter the hoop-shoot contest.
All entries to this contest must be made through the physical education class at the participant’s school.
For more information, contact Lee E. Simpson at 620-5917.
Scholarships still available
More 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 don’t have to be all-state to qualify. Much of this money goes unused. A new publication with forms, sample letters and tables of factual information is available for student athletes.
For details on how to get a collegiate athletic scholarship, send a large self-addressed, stamped envelope to the National Sports Foundation, 612A Willow Drive, P.O. Box 940, Oakhurst, NJ. 07755.
Aerobics classes meet
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an ongoing “Dance Aerobics’* class taught by Terry Bogue. Gasses are held Monday through Saturday at the Landa Recreation Center from 9-10:15 a.m.
The fee is $2 per class or monthly fees of $15 for twice a week, $20 for three times a week or $30 for unlimited classes. Babysitting is available. For more information call the Rec Center at 620-PLAY.
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