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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 27, 1991, New Braunfels, Texas Page 10A Horald-Ztftung, New Braunfels, Texas Wednesday, November 27, 1991 Landa requires holiday starting times Ran^L®!!!f Starting times for the Landa Park Golf Course are required during Thanksgiving weekend. A drawing for times will be held today at 4 p.m. at the Pro Shop. Simpson wins turkey shoot Alice Simpson won the Landa Ladies Golf Association’s Turkey Shoot with a 64, with a three-stroke cushion on the runners-up. On the first flight, Edna Guttery won with a 67. Jeanette Dilly placed second with a 68, and Rose T use th followed in third place with a 71. Mary Falconer and Sarah Delashmutt tied for fourth with 72s. Ida Christopher won the second flight with a 67 score. Marian Fox and Kathy Grimm tied for second with 68s, and Jan Schrader placed third with a 69. Simpson’s 64 score won the third flight, followed by Peggy Hopkins and Sally Matney in a tie for second at 68. Ellie Stover placed fourth with a 75. Fox, Tuseth, Madalin Pillot, Liz Nelson, Marian Patten and Edna Baldwinson all hit for birdies during the tournament, while Fox, Schrader, Jan Mag-nuson and Pearl Chase all hit chip-ins. Legends play better ball tourney The Landa Legends played a two better ball scramble, with the first-place team winning by IO strokes. Glen Matney, Don McPherson, Gene Grimm and Jim Eakle won the event with a 101 score. Two teams tied for second place with Ills. Bob Thompson, Bob Magnuson, Joe Bicco and Cliff Schrader qualified for second place, as did the team of Jim Rice, Jerry Hylin, Doug Miller and John Owens. In individual competition, Rice won the A flight with a 59 score. Hylin, Charlie Smith and Bob Grundon tied for the B flight lead at 62. Miller, Larry Hartzell and Harold Taylor shared the C flight lead at 60, while Eakle won the D flight with a 50. Crane aces hole #15 Ted Crane hit a hole-in-one during New Braunfels Golf Associatioh play on Saturday, acing hole #15 — which is a par-3,186-yard hole. His playing partners were Warren Hurst, Don Shreve and George Lancaster.Country Road 15K Sunday The Country Roads 15-kilometer run will be held on Sunday at 7:30 a .rn. in San Marcos, starting near San Marcos High School. A children’s I-kilometer run follows ai 8:45 ajn. Race-day registration starts at 6:30 tin., with the registration fee SIO either before the race or on race day. Checks should be made payable to the San Marcos Runners Dub. Each runner will receive a long ii ©eve T -shirt, with the top three finishers in various age categories earning specially-designed awards. Awards will also be presented to the top male and female finisher, and the next two overall finishers. For more information, call Tim Hooker at 625-8620, Moc Johnson at 396-2584 after 5 p.rn., or Run-Tex at 472-3254.0-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 learns Registration and tryouts for fourth-grade boys is from IO-ll a .rn. at the >ie* 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 pm, and the tixth-graders from 11 am until noon. Ail of the girls tryouts and registration will be ai the Frazier Elementary gym on Highway 81 East. . The fourth-grade girls will go from 10-10:30 am., with the fifth-graders following at 10:30-11 am. The sixth-grade session will be from 11-11:30 am. 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 Dec. 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 pm.NBG A alters slgn-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 am. on Friday, or by calling the pro shop at 625-3225 before 11 am. 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. lf you have any questions, contact tournament director Ski Haneiwich 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 Usa Smith, is ongoing every Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 5:45-6:45 pm. in the Seele Elementary Gym. The workout emphasizes a medium-intensity, low-impact cardiovascular fitness regimen which includes muscle-toning and flexibility exercises. Classes 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 all of the contest’s categories will be determined at the end of the season. Continued from Pag* 9A er Boss did a good job of breaking the Marble Falls pressure. “Heather’s done real well. She’s very level-headed and in control, and she makes the right decisions," Eubank said. “That allows us to score on many transition opportunities, which is what we like to do.” Cougars She said it was nice for the team to pick up its first win before the Thanksgiving break. “That was a major plus,” she said. “No matter how good you think you’re going to be, you need a couple of wins just for psychological reasons. We went out there with that intent and took care of it.” Continued from Pay* 9A “The kids did a good job defensively,” he said. “We showed them some full-court man, half-court man, half-court zone. We mixed things up and I think it flustered them, especially their first game out.* ’ Rotzler said Canyon also pushed the ball up the floor more frequently, which had a good effect as the game progressed. “I think we got them tired,’’ he said. “We pushed it up and got a lot of easy buckets on the break. “The kids were a lot more confident. I thought we just played a lot looser,’’ he said, adding that the results of that were definitely favorable. “We’re real excited. We needed a win to keep our chins up.’* 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.Rec offers volleyball The New Braunfels Paries 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. Gasses are now in session at the Landa Recreation Center. Class times arc 6:15 p.m. for children ages 6-11 and 7:15 pm. for ages 12-adult. Classes will meet every Monday and Thursday.Scoreboard NBA Houston 9 3 0 .750 312 194 National Basketball Association Cleveland 5 7 0 .417 231 247 All Times CST Pittsburgh 5 7 0 .417 242 273 EASTERN CONFERENCE Cincinnati 1 11 0 .063 184 350 Atlantic Division W L Pct OB West Boston 8 5 .615 — LA Raiders 6 4 0 .667 241 206 Now York 8 5 .615 — Denver 6 4 0 .667 226 192 Miami 7 5 563 ’4 Kansas City 7 5 0 .583 242 180 Philadelphia 7 6 .536 1 Seattle 6 6 0 .500 212 183 Orlando 5 6 .455 2 San Diego 3 9 0 250 198 266 Washington 5 9 .357 3V4 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Now Jersey 2 10 .167 5% East W L T Pct. PF PA Central Division x-Was bing ton 11 I 0 .917 382 163 Chicago 11 2 846 — Philadelphia 7 5 0 .583 216 177 Cleveland 7 5 563 3% Dallas 7 5 0 .583 243 246 Atlanta 7 6 538 4 NY. Giants 7 5 0 .583 202 197 Detroit 6 6 429 5% Phoenix 4 9 0 .308 160 273 Mlwaukee 6 9 400 6 Control Indiana 5 9 .357 6% Chicago 9 3 0 .750 225 188 Cha do tie 4 10 286 TA Detroit 6 4 0 .667 251 238 WESTERN CONFERENCE Minnesota 6 7 0 462 248 241 Mkfwest Division W L Pct. OB Green Bay 3 9 0 250 185 223 Houston 9 3 750 — Tampa Bay 2 10 0 .167 144 276 San Antonio 7 3 700 1 West Utah 7 6 538 2Vt New Orleans 9 3 0 750 249 147 Dallas 5 7 .417 4 Atlanta 7 5 0 583 242 249 Denver 5 7 417 4 San Francisco 6 6 0 500 251 165 Minnesota 2 9 .182 6% LA Rams 3 9 0 .250 191 289 Pacific Division x-clinched playoff berth. LA Lakers 9 3 .750 — Thursday's Germs Golden State 9 4 ,692 14 Chicago at Detroit. 11.30 a m. Portland 9 5 643 1 Pittsburgh at DaMas, 3 p m. Seattle 8 5 615 114 LA Clippers 6 9 400 AV, Sunday's Games Phoenix 5 9 .357 5 Cleveland at Indianapolis, noon Sacramento 5 9 .357 5 Green Bay at Atlanta, noon NFL All Tim#* CST american conference East    WLT    Pet.    PF    PA Buffalo    10    2    0    .633    355    254 N Y. Jets    7    5    0    563    255    209 Miami    6    6    0    .500    223    261 New England    4    8    0    333    172    236 Indianapolis    I    11    0    063    116    275 Cantral Tampa Bay at Miami, noon Kansas City al Seattle. 3 pm New England at Denver, 3pm. New Orleans at San Francisco. 3 p m. New York Giants at Cincinnati. 3pm Washington al Los Angeles Rams. 3 p m Loa Angeles Raiders at San Diego. 7 p m OPEN DATE Phoenix. Minnesota Monday’s Os ma Philadelphia at Houston. 8 p m. BECKER'S GIANTSALEDon't Get Gobbled Up By The Fast Talki, High , Big City Dealers! We have 3 specially priced 1991 Demonstraters Special Purchase Used Cars £Tit ir\. 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