New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas
Nelson wins LLGA's Odd Holes tournament
Liz Nelson shot a 354 to take first place in the Odd Holes tournament sponsored by the Landa Ladies Golf Association on Sept. 30.
Tying for second place at 37l ^ were Marian Fox, Madalin Pillot and Sara Delashmutt. Fox had a chip-in and Jeanette Dilly, Elaine Kosko, Rose Tuseth, Pillott and Nelson had birdies.
Maxine Reisbig won the Landa Ladies Fall Match Play tournament, with Jeanette Dilly taking second. Marian Fox was third and Dorothy Brooks won the consolation flight
Three-way tie for 1st in Guys and Dolls event
There was a three way tie for first in the Guys and Dolls golf tournament at Landa Park on Saturday. Shooting a 55 was the team of F Chapa. K Will, D Sullivan and M Brennen and the team of E Nunez, M. Launius. D Hampton and J Davis. Also tying for the lead was the team of J Rice, G. Caneaster. J Barbour and M Taylor
In individual play. A Dale won the A flight with a 83, while Launius took the B flight with a 88 Sullivan’s 85 won the C flight and H Johnson took top honors in the I) flight w ith a 70.
The monthly Elks tournament will be played on Tuesday beginning at IO a m. The Lady’s Clinic runs Oct 12 18 from 5:30-6:45 p m at the Landa Park course This month's Sunday Scramble begins 11:30 a m on Get 25
Goins aces No. 9 at Lee's Par 3
Pat Goins shot a hole in one on the ninth hole of Lee s Par 3 on Friday
Goins used a 9-iron on the 185-yard hole Greg Maddox was a witness
'Fistart' program now under way
Start your New Year’s resolution now with “Fistart,” a beginner’s aerobics class featuring easy to follow moves with a low-intensity workout
Classes begin this week and are offered on Mondays, Wednesdays and Thursdays from 5:15-8 p m at the Academy Street Gym The cost is $12 per month or $1 25 per class.
NB Roadrunners keep on trekin'
Members of the New Braunfels Road Runners club took high honors at two different races this weekend At the San Antonio City Champion ships at Brackenridge Park on Saturday. more than 700 runners competed in the IGK run Taking first place in the 60-and-older age group was Road Runner Juanita Reed, who finished with a time of 52 minutes and 30 seconds.
Diane Pepin won the 50 59 bracket with her time of 48:28 Kim Ritsehe was the second fastest runner in the 25 29 division with a time of 37:38 At the Octoberfest 5K Run in Fredericksburg on Sunday, Ritsehe came back to take first place in her division with a time of 18:20 She was also the top overall female finisher Martha Hooker took first place in the 30-39 bracket with her time of 20:43, and Fernando Gutierrez vs as the fastest runner in the men s 40 49 division w ith a time of 17:45
Bike Rodeo at Memorial to encourage safety
There will be a bicycle rodeo at the Memorial Primary School parking lot on Get 17 from 1-5 p rn The event is open to kindergarten first and second grade students and
will feature races, an obstacle course and a scavenger hunt. Parents are urged to volunteer to help with the games scheduled for the event.
Admission is free and the emphasis of the rodeo will be to demonstrate bicycle safety.
Boys campout set at Panther Canyon
The Parks and Recreation Department will host an overnight campout in Panther Canyon for boys ages 8 12 A parent is welcome to come along for the fun and camaraderie The campout will be Get 16-17. Deadline for registration is Get 13. An orientation meeting will be at the Parks office at 7 p.m. on Get 13.
The cost is $15 per child and parent. $10 for child For more information, contact Mark Peltier at 825 5818
Recreation Center needs spare equipment
All individuals interested in donating any sporting equipment or older but in good shape p<x>l tables bumper pool tables, gymnastics mats, weight equipment, etc . should call the Parks and Recreation Department at 625-5818 and ask for Charlie Sandberg
Wurst Run 5K set for Nov. 7
The New Braunfels Running Club will sponsor its annual Wurst 5 Mile Run beginning at 8:30 a rn on Non 7 in Landa Park by the train depot The entry fee of $8 is due by (let to The Uh* will lie $10 thereafter Each
participant will receive a long sleeved T shirt and a Wurstfest entry ticket Hand made pottery medallions will be awarded to the first ;ioo finishers Wurst Steins will be awarded to the top three finishets in each of the seven age categories both male and female
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The top overall female and male runners will be awarded specially-designed Wurst Steins
Lite beer, oranges, bananas and Utopia water will be provided to the participants after the race (’all Keith Maxwell at 625-9774 or Beverly or Ray Foehn at 629-0299 for more in formation
Half-marathon in San Marcos Oct. 25
The fourth-annual Moe’s Better Half Marathon will begin at Jim s Gym on Sunday. Get. 25 at 8 a m. Packet pickup and late registration will b«‘ the same day of the run from 7 7 45 a in The entry fee is $9 before Get 16 and $12 after Get 16
For more information or entry form contact ti Iona Gonzales. McCoy Corporation. P G Box 1028. San Marcos, Texas 78666. or call (512 353-5400.OU's Switzer denies paper's allegations
NORMAN. Ok I a (AP) Oklahoma Coach Barry Switzer ar rived at his weekly media luncheon wearing khaki-colored pants and a beige shirt “It s obvious how I’m dressed to day. These are my combat fatigues," he (old writers and broadcasters Tuesday
Switzer joked as he began his lun cheon with comments about this week’s game against Texas However, he turned much more serious as the game took a back seat to allegations that former players sold their complimentary tickets for huge profits and received breaks on automobile loans In an emotional defense of his pro gram. Switzer called the copyright story printed in Tuesday s Dallas Morning Sows a “fishingexpedition and said nothing he read really sur prised him “I remember what s tieen written
in the past I really wasn’t that concerned about what they w ere going to write,” he said “I didn t think there was anything out there that I had to be concerned about
Switzer later amended his remark. saying he would be1 concerned alxiut “anything that s written about our athletic personnel that concerns any possible violation “
The Morning News in a copyright story said some former Oklahoma football players netted as much as $4,000 per season from complimen tan tickets that were issued to them and then sold to boosters at inflated prices
The Nett s also said a hank that was headed at the time bv former univer sit) president George Lynn Gross and prominent Oklahoma Uniter Jack F. Black gave preferential con sideration to selected members of tin* < >kI aboma squad
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