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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 18, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas Tuesday, September 18, 2001 — Herald-Zeitijng — Page 3B Sports Calendar ► Hill Country CCA The Hill Country Chapter of the Coastal Conservation Association will have a meeting at 7 p.m. Thursday at Krause’s Cafe. This month’s guest speaker will be Port O’Connor Red fisherman, Bill Cauldwell. The CCA is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Texas’ coastal sport fisheries. The chapter includes Hays, Guadalupe and Comal Counties. Regular chapter meetings usually take place every third Tuesday of each month For information, contact Doug Webb at (830) 905-2589. ► NB Chew Boosters The New Braunfels High School Cheerleader Booster Club will have a Big Blue “Patio Party” drawing during halftime at Friday’s home football game. This week’s package includes prizes valued at more than $800. It includes an iron barbecue pit with wood from Backyard Outfitters and two custom-made cutting boards from Cliff’s Cabinet Shop, as well many other great items from local merchants. Tickets are $1 each and are available through any New Braunfels Cheerleader parent, at First Commercial Bank and at all Unicom home football games. Participants do not need to be present to win. ► Westin Texas Open Open qualifying for the PGA Tour’s 2001 Westin Texas Open will take place Monday at Cedar Creek Golf Course in San Antonio. The entry fee of $200 is due at the Southern Texas PGA office (110 Commercial Circle, Conroe, TX, 77304) by 5 p.m. Monday. The entry fee includes practice balls and a shared cart on the day of the competition. Payment of the entry fee may be made by cash, cashier’s check, money order, traveler’s check or credit card. The 18-hole stroke play qualifying round will be used to determine four entries and two alternates for play in the 2001 Westin Texas Open, to be played Sept. 27-30 at La Cantera Golf Club in San Antonio. The qualifying event is open to professionals and amateurs with a verifiable USGA handicap index of 2.0 or less. For information, contact the STPGA office at (936) 494-3330. ► Tennis ranch T Bar M Tennis Ranch has fall tennis leagues, programs for juniors, daily clinics and camps for juniors and adults of all ability levels. For information, call Paul Domanski at 625-7738. ► Shrine Club Golf The Canyon Lake Shrine Club hosts the Fourth Annual Golf Scramble on Oct. 19 at the Canyon Lake Golf Club at 8 a.m. The tournament proceeds will benefit the Texas Bum and Orthopedic Hospitals. The cost to participate is $60 per person. There will be no registration on the day of play. Price includes the green fee, carts, beer and sandwiches after the tournament. “A Sign To Senior Living” Large Apartment Homes for “62” Or Better—In a Full Service Independent Living Community For Seniors Residential Request Fee Waived. Application Deposit Waived. One Bedroom    Two    Bedroom    Two    Bedroom One Bath    One Bath    Two    Bath $389 $489 Amenities offered at this unique community: Private Access Gates Club House/Swimming Pool Single Level Units Individual Climate Control Walk-In Showers Washer/Dryer Hook-Ups Pets Welcome 24 Emergency Maintenance Hair Dresser & Barber Maid Service Social Functions Private Transportation $635 Independent Living Community 1615 Redwood Road San Marcos, TX 78666 (877) 823-3415 TOLL FREE (512) 396-2333 voice : (512)396-9923 tty I f [email protected] The purse will be awarded to the first and second flights as well as to the first, second and third-place finishers. Outstanding Hole-in-One prizes will be awarded on each par three hole as well as closest to the pin and longest drives for both women and men. Reservations can be made at the club or by calling 899-2417, 935-4187 or 899-3390. mfjer ZZnd nify 'Day / ane 'fireworks VsJ yqs Angelo State 7 PM Bobcat Stadium Come earfu andeniovt.- mm AI Kings! 5:30 FTNT E; Tickets 1-877-SWT-CATS J**'/'--- SUZUKI OF SAN ANTONIO ports our Local New Braunfels Football T< Come visit our new location in New Braunfels. SAN MARCOS AUTO ACE HARDWARE UUTLiT ' 511S 5USif»ES555 2990 HS $ MANCOS I    i I    r    ^ 830-620-6211 144 S. Seguin Ave. New Braunfels, TX 78130 J**'/'--- SUZUKI OF SAN ANTONIO ports our Local New Braunfels Football T< Come visit our new location in New Braunfels. •ED PFP AT THE FOLLOWING SPONSOR BLUEBONNET JEEP NAEGELIN* BAKERY 283 |.;S S.    129 5. SEGUIN AVE. SUN LOANS 144 S. SEGUIN AVE. AUTO (OUTLET! SAN MARCOS On the Outlet Rowin Sa n Marcos 2990 IH-25, McCarthy Lane (Exit #201] CERTIFIED 512 392 0107 000 403 1021 511 W. Highway 81 New Braunfels, TX (830) 620-4044 gelin's Bcf Oldest Bakery in Texas Since 1868 830-625-5722 1-877-788-2895 129 S. Seguin Braunfels, TX 78130 Mon-Fri: 6:30-5:30 Sat: 6:30-5:00 Closed Sunda y [(CVECJ GVEC.NET - YOUR HOME TEAM ADVANTAGE} New Braunfels, Seguin, and San\Antot today and keep up with your favorite] ted Call 1-800-223-4832 OFFICIAL FOOTBALL CONTEST RULES: The weekly football contest will be published each Tuesday In the Herald-Zeftung. Participants must use the official entry form published In the Herald-Zeltung. Participants may bring their entry forms to the sponsor locations, weekly entries must be received no later than 10:00 am Friday morning, following the Tuesday publication. Eligible entries will be judged weekly and the winner announced In the following week s contest. The winner is determined by the most correct games picked each week of the contest. Should a tie occur, the tiebreaker game will be used to determine the winner. The prize each week will be $100 if all 20 games are picked correctly and the tiebreaker total is matched. $50 will be awarded lf all 20 games are picked correctly. $25 will be awarded to the entry with the most winners. Weekly winners will receive their winnings by mail, allow 2 weeks for delivery. Participants must be 18 years or older. Herald-Zeitung employees and their immediate families are not eligible to win. NAME:._ ADDRESS: CITY:_ Official Entry Form: STATE:_ HOME PHONE: PICK YOUR TEAMS WEEK THREE Canyon at San Marcos Smithson Valley at South San Samuel Clemens at New Braunfels NB Christian Academy at Brazos Mario at Comfort Angelo State at Southwest Texas State Texas-Austin at Houston Oklahoma State at Texas A&M Texas Tech at North Texas Northwestern State at Texas Christian Florida State at North Carolina Florida at Kentucky Rice at Nebraska Michigan State at Notre Dame San Diego Chargers at Dallas Cowboys Buffalo Bills at Indianapolis Colts Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals New York Giants at Kansas City Chiefs Oakland Raiders at Miami Dolphins Minnsota Vikings at Chicago Bears St. Louis Rams at San Francisco 49ers Tie Breaker: NFL Monday Night Football Washington Redskins at Green Bay Packers Sprint PCS COMMUNICATION  SOURCE- Digital PCS Cellular Paging Accessories 24 Hour Answering Service Stores In : New Braunfels, Seguin, Boerne & Kerrville a winning tea\ Now Braunfels. 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