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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 11, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas 10A New Braunfels HaraldZeHung Sunday, September 11,1983 Navratilova rips Lloyd in Open NEW YORK (AP) - The dream came true Saturday for Martina Navratilova aa aha captured her first U.S. Open women’s singles title with an easy 6-1, 6-3 victory over Chris Evert Uoyd at the National Tennis Center. “You won’t take the smile off my face for a long time,” she said Immediately after winning the only crown that had eluded her. ”lt’s better than I expected.” Czechoslovakia's Ivan Lendl, who has yet to capture any of the Grand Slam tltlea, moved into the men’s singles final earlier Saturday by eliminating ninth-seeded Jimmy Arias 6-2, 7-6, 6-1. Lendl, the No. 2 seed, advanced into Sunday’s championship match against No. 3 Jimmy Connors, the defending champion, who rolled over No. 16 Bill Scanlon 6-2,6*3,6-2. “It’s off my back,” Navratilova said, referring to her failures in America’s top tennis event until this year. In her only other trip to the final, in 1961, she fell in three sets to Tracy Austin. In contrast, Lloyd, who has won six times, suffered only her second loss in the final.    ' The victory was worth more than $620,000 for the Czechoslovakia-born lefthander who became a U.S. citizen two years ago. She received $120,000 for winning on the hardcourts here, and also collected $500,000 for winning three of the four tournaments that constitute the Playtax Challenge. It also was her second consecutive Grand Slam title — she captured Wimbledon in July — and put her in line for another $1 million bonus if she can win the next two Grand Slam events — the Australian Open and the French Open. Navratilova demolished Lloyd in 63 minutes, her longest match of the 13-day tournament. She rushed out to a 5-0 lead to begin the match, giving up only nine points in that stretch. Then Lloyd held at 15 before Navratilova brushed aside two break points to hold service and wrap up the opening set. Always attacking, taking the net at any and every opportunity, Navratilova broke Lloyd at 15 to begin the second set, then held at 15 to take a 2-0 advantage. She looked invincible as she grabbed a 1540 load in the third game. But Uoyd, one of the coolest performers on the court, fought back in the longest game of the match, a game that went to deuce three times before Uoyd held service. The Fort Lauderdale, Fla., native then broke Navratilova and, when she held serve in the fifth game, she had a 3-2 lead, her first of the day. But Navratilova held at IS, then broke Uoyd at love. It was only s matter of time before she would add her name to the list of U.S. Open champions.ScoreboardOn th* air SUNDAY TELIVISION 10 a.m. - Wrestling, USA. Noon - Football: Pittsburgh Starters at Qraan Bay Pack ara, KMOL. Noon - Football: OaHaa Cowboy* at St. Lout* Cardinal*. KINS. 1:11 p.m. - Baseball: St. Louie Cardinal* at Chicago Cubs, WON. 3 p.m. - Foot bal. Houston OMars st Lo* Angel** Paid art. KMOL. 3 p.m. - Tennis: U.S. Open, KINS. 3 p.m. - Baseball: Atlanta Bravas at Lo* Angel** Dodgers, WTBS MONDAY TELIVISION I p.rn. - Football: San Diego Charger* at Kansas City Chief*. KSAT. AMINIC AN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION W L Net. GB Baltimore 62 66 IM » New York 76 60 IR 4 Detroit 79 62 .660 6 Mitwsukss 79 62 BOO I Toronto 76 •I .642 7H Boston as 74 .47t ISH Cleveland WEST DIVISION 64 7S .461 20* Chicago 62 66 .662 — Kanas* City 66 76 ■46S 16 Oakland 67 77 466 IIH Taxes •6 76 .466 IIH California 64 77 .464 16 Minnesota 61 •2 .427 22 Seattle Saturday's Game* 64 St .366 27H Volleyball Her* ara the final standings from Woman'* Volleyball League: A LEAGUE Team Golden'* Ranch Hou*a Steaks Shoed'* Interior* Lone Star Clear Spring Hank Agriculture Grist Mill Ducky'* T-Shirt* Miller Ut* R.J. Proper ie* Jesse'* Discount Ga* B LEAGUE Riley'* Tavern Armstrong Machine Shop Comal Pest Condo! Guade-Coma Mechanical Cunningham Reel Estate Investment Guaranty Stat* Sank McKenna Memorial Hospital R and C Body Shop Brown'* Welding Manufacture Belay Construction th* City Toronto 7, Oakland 6 Cleveland I, Boston 6 Minnesota S, Kansas City 3 Baltimore at New York, 2, tt-n) Detroit at Milwaukee, In) California at Chicago, In) • Tam at Seattle. In) Mmphy    cf    4    12    2    Yngbld    2b    4    12    0 Miterock    c    4    0    10    CSmlth    1b    4    0    12 Knapper    p    0    0    0    1    OMally    3b    4    0    0    0 Hetheck    p    1    0    0    0    Nicosia    c    3    0    0    0 Braining    p    10    10 RMartln    p    0 0    0    0 Brgmn ph    10    0    0 Barr p    0 0    0    0 Totals 36 S IO S Total* 31 3 4 2 Houston    031    010    000-6 San Francisco    020    OOO    010-3 Game-Winning RBI - Mumphrey 111. E-CSmlth, Thon, Miterock, LOB-Houston I, San Francisco 4. 2B- Garner, CSmlth. HR-Thon (IS). SB-Leonard (201, Crut (26). Gladden (3). S-Knight, Heathcock 2. SF-Knapper. IP H R ER BB SO Houston Knapper    1 2-3    3    2    2    I    0 Heathcock W,1-0    71-3    I    1    0    1    3 San Francisco Braining L.B-12    4 2-3    I    6    4    I    3 RMartln    21-3    1    0    0    0    0 Barr    2    1    0    0    0    1 WR —Braining T-2:26. A-6.030. Bt. Louis 0    1    0    BOO    17 Washington    0    I    0    .OOO    IO    ll Central Detroit    1    0    0    I BOO    11    0 Green Bey    IOO    I BOO    41    It Minnesota    1    I    0    .IOO    44    M Chicago    0    I    0    .OOO    17    IO Tampa Bey    0    10    OOO    0    ll West Atlanta    I    0    0    1.000    IO    17 LA. Rams    1    0    0    1.000    IS    0 New Orleans    1    0    0    1.000    ll    17 San Francisco    1    I    0    600    66    M Thursday'* Game San Francisco 40, Minnesota 17 Sunday's Games Ostia* st St. Louis Pittsburgh st Green Bay Tampa Bay st Chicago Washington at Philadelphia Buffalo at Cincinnati Cleveland at Detroit New York Olanta at Atlanta Seattle at New York Jets Houston at Lo* Angela* Raider* New Orleans et Lo* Angel** Rem* W 1B 16 12 12 S I I 4 4 3 16 14 12 10 10 IO 8 7 11 2 16 0 16Baseball Map* League Baseball By Th* Associated Press New England at Miami NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION Football Denver st Baltimore Monday* Game W L Pct. GB San Diego et Ken*** City In) Montreal 72 67 BIS — V * Philadelphia 72 as .614 H National Football League College Football Score* Pittsburgh 72 ss .611 I By Th* Associated Prat* By The Aaaodeted Pre** St. Louie 71 as .607 I H American Conference Chicago 63 76 .447 IO East Louisville 41, W. Kentucky 22 Now York 66 •2 .418 14 W L T Pct. Pf PA Slippery Pock 34, Dayton 17 WEST DIVISION Baltimore I 0 0 1.000 29 23 Florid* St 40. LSU 36 Loa Angoloa 82 as 662 • Miami I 0 0 1.000 12 0 Maryland 21, Vanderbilt 14 Atlanta 79 62 .660 3 N.Y. Jet* I 0 0 1.000 41 29 Tulene 27, Miaaieeippt 23 Houston 76 ae 632 7 Buffalo 0 I 0 OOO 0 12 Ball St. 26. Wichita St. 21 San Diego 71 72 497 12 Now England 0 I 0 OOO 23 29 Cincinnati 14, Penn St. 3 San Francisco 67 76 .469 16 Central Pittsburgh 36, Temple 0 Cincinnati 64 79 .449 19 Cincinnati 0 I 0 OOO IO 20 W Virginia 46. Pacific U. 7 Saturday* Gam** Cleveland 0 1 0 OOO 21 27 Kentucky 31. Kane** St. 12 * Chicago I, St Louis 6 Houston 0 1 0 OOO 39 41 N Ceroline 24. Memphie St. IO Houston 6, San Franciao 3 Pittsburgh 0 1 0 OOO IO 14 OhioU. 17, Richmond IO Pittsburgh 6, Philadelphia 6,10 inning* West Wake Forest 13. Virginia Tech I Montreal IO, New York t Denver I 0 0 1.000 14 IO Michigan 20. Washington St. 17 Atlanta st Lo* Angeles, In) Kanea* City I 0 0 1.000 17 13 Michigan St. 23. Colorado 17 HOUSTON SAN FRANCISCO LA Raider* I 0 0 1 OOO 20 IO Ohio St. 31. Oregon 9 ab r h bi ab r h bl Sen Diego 0 I 0 OOO 29 41 Air Force 13. Texas Tech 7 Doran 2b 5 0 2 0 LsMatr a* 3 0 0 0 Soon!* 0 1 0 OOO 13 17 Colgate 16. Army 13 Puhi rf 5 0 0 0 K viper ph 1 OOO National Conference Holy Cro** 14. Boston U 3 Thon u 6111 Pattini aa 0 0 0 0 East Alabama 20. Georgia Tech 7 Crui lf 5 12 0 Gladden cf 3 10 0 Dalles 1 0 0 I OOO 31 30 indiana 16. Duke IO Knight 1b 2 111 CDavie rf 4 0 0 0 Philadelphia 1 0 0 1 OOO 22 17 Missouri 28. Wmow 11 Garner 3b 4 110 Leonard lf 3 1 0 0 NY Giant* 0 I 0 OOO 6 16 Nebraska 66. Wyoming 20 Holmes stops Frank Briefly ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (AP) -Larry Holmes closed Scott Frank’s right eye, knocked him down and stopped him in the fifth round of a onesided fight Saturday night and retained his World Boxing Council heavyweight championship for the 16th time in an unbeaten career. It was all Holmes from the opening bell, and the end came after Frank, complaining he had been thumbed by a right hand, dropped to the canvas in the fifth round. Referee Tony Perez ruled it a knockdown. Frank got up at four and Holmes resumed the attack, but Peres jumped in and stopped the fight at 1:26 of the fifth round. Frank came into the scheduled 12-round fight unbeaten but unheralded. Ha is still unheralded. Before the fight Frank, who received $350,000, had said: “It’s hard for me to hit a guy who made me so much money.” Well, Frank barely laid a glove in the 33-year-old champion who in turn made a punching bag out of him. Holmes, fighting for the third time this year, barely broke a sweat He already is scheduled to fight again Nov. 25 against Mends Frazier, the son of former heavyweight champion Joe Frazier. Holmes, scoring with a punishing left jabs and a crisp right hand, drew blood from Frank’s nose in the third round. Then in the fourth, he bloodied the nose again and drew biod from the challenger’s right ear. In the fifth round, Holmes who at 223 pounds was the heaviest for any title fight, really began teeing off. He battered Frank with jabs and right hands and then with Frank hurt along the ropes, Holmes threw a right uppercut that hit Frank on the right eye. NBMS 8th-gradara keep up win streak The New Braunfels Middle School eighth grade girls basketball team, undefeated champions of the South Texas Athletic Conference as seventh graders, swept to the championship of the STAC pre-season tournament Saturday. The girls beat San Marcos 32-17, Alamo Heights 36-8 and O.Henry 42-17 for the title. The first regular-season game for the team is Tuesday at the middle school gym. Galvan captures Northcliff* title Noel Galvan defeated Steve Rum 7 and 6 to win the Northcliffe Country Cub Match Play championship. Galvan is also the club medal play champion. Dennis Newsome defeated Keith Seale I up to take the first flight, while Jack Nelson def. D.E. Ligon 2 and I for the second flight. Ken Atkins won the third flight 2 and I over Dan McNew, while George Knower defeated Carl Russell 5 and 4 in the fourth flight. Seguin to host 10.000-meter run Seguin will host the Texas State 10.000-meter run Oct. 8 in Starcke Park, with a round trip ticket to either the New York or Boston marathon going to the first male and female finishers. Entry fee is $6, and entries must be sent to TAAF State Run, P.O. Box 591, Seguin 78155. Deadline is Sept. 16. Entry forms are available at the Landa Recreation Center in New Braunfels. 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The only run he allowed came in the eighth on a walk to Dan Gladden, who stole second and came all the way around when catcher John Mizerock’s throw sailed into Centerfield. Expos IO, Mots 9 MONTREAL - Tim Wallach drilled a one-out home run in the ninth inning off relief ace Jeaae Orosco, giving the Montreal Expos a 10-8 victory over the New York Meta. Wallach’s homer, his 19th, dropped Orosco’s record to 134. It enabled the Expos to recover after blowing a 7-1 lead and letting the Meta eventually tie the game 9-8 in the ninth. Pirates 6, Phillies 5 PITTSBURGH — Pinch-runner Doug Frobel scored from first base on Milt May’s line-single and a two-base throwing error by center fielder Garry Maddox in the 10th as the Pittsburgh Pirates twice rallied to defeat Philadelphia 64 Hie loss, coupled with the Montreal Expos’ victory, knocks the Phillies out of first place in the National League East. Blua Jays 7, A's 5 TORONTO — Dave Collins slapped a run-scoring single in the seventh inning to snap a tie and lead the Toronto Blue Jays to a 74 victory over the Oakland A’s. Lloyd Moseby doubled with two out in the seventh and Collins followed with his base hit to center off Tom Underwood, 8-7, the third Oakland pitcher. Twins 6, Royals 3 MINNEAPOLIS - Rookie Tim Teufel had three hits, Gary Ward went 4 for 4 and Tim Laudner crashed his fifth home run to lead the Minnesota Twins to a 64 victory over the Kansas City Royals. Indians 8, Rad Sox 6 CLEVELAND — Toby Harrah drove in three runs with a home run and single and reliever Richard Barnes gained his first major league victory as the Cleveland Indians topped the Boston Red Sox 84. Cubs 8, Cardinals 6 CHICAGO — Mel Hall hit two homers, including a two-run tie-breaker in the seventh inning, to pace the Qiicago Cubs to a come-f rom-behind 64 victory over the St. Louis Cardinals. 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