The Galveston Daily News from Galveston, Texas on September 9, 1989 · Page 22
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Galveston, Texas
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Saturday, September 9, 1989
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4-BTHE GALVESTON DAILY NEWS SATURDAY MORNING, SEPTEMBER 9, 1989 Sports, Etc. The Golveston Doily News welcomes your reports of sports-related events and meetings. Typewritten news releases are preferred. Mail /our news to Sports Desk, Gotveslon Daily News, P.O. Sox 628, Gntveston, Texas, 77553; or deliver it to 8522 Tekhman Road between 8 a.m. and 5p.m. on weekdays and noon unlll 6p.m on weekends. Boys Club Sports GALVESTON — The Boys Club of Galveston will begin signups for football, soccer and boxing programs to be held this foil. A flag football program will be offered for boys aged 6 through <?, and a lackle fool- boll league for boys aged 10 through 13. The soccer program, for boys aged 7 through 10, begins Saturday, Sept. 23 and runs through Dec. 16. Boys aged 10 and over can take port in a boxing program. Fee for all programs is $10. For more information on boxing and football call Johnny Enriquez at 763-2227. For more information on soccer call Gil Lopez at 744-2069. Beach Volleyball GALVESTON — Members of the Galveston Beach Volleyball League are cordially invited to the annual End of Season Banquet at the Sons of Herman Lodge Sept. 30 from 7 p.m. to 1 a.m. Beer and a barbecue beef meal will be served. Anyone interested in decoration or contributing to the cause, please call Bill Heer ot 762-3595. Pleose R.S.V.P. by Sept. 23 and indicate the number of people who will attend. Rowing WEBSTER — The Bay Area Rowing Club of Houston will offer sweep rowing classes beginning Thursday, Sept. 7 at Mud Lake located at Clear Lake Park on NASA Road 1. The 20-hour course in eight-oared shells will be held over a six-week period beginning at 6 p.m. Thursday afternoons and 7-.30 a.m. Saturdays. For more information contact Don or Susan at (713) 482-2282. Tennis GALVESTON — Galveston Racquet Club tennis pro David Gloger will be holding a junior tennis program called "Tennis Buddies" for children who have never been exposed to the game of tennis. The age groups for this program are 5-8 and ° and older. The junior program will feature tennis instruction as well as league competition. The deadline for the session is Sept. 15. For more information, call David Gloaer at 744-3651. 9 The Galveslon Racquet Club will also hold a sports camp after school for Gafveston youths. Applications are currently being accepted and early callers can receive a discount for the camper. For more information, call David Gloger at 744-3651. Collectors Show HOUSTON — The Texas Sports Collectors Association is holding its next sports memorabilia show from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday at the Holiday Inn North, located at 1-45 North and Kichey Road (16510 N. 1-45). Admission is SI with children under six free. For more information call Al or Phyllis Baake at (713)955-0734. Sailing CLEAR LAKE — The Clear Lake Sailing Club will hold its annual open "Waiting for the Great Pumpkin Regatta" Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 30 to Oct. 1 at NASA Road One, just off the Harris County Park. The two-day regatta, open to all one-design boats, will feature a total of five races. Saturday's schedule includes check-in and late registration from 9 to 10:30 a.m. in the Clear Lake Park Building, with the first race beginning dt 12:30 p.m. The fourth race begins ot 10 a.m. Sunday, with the final race to follow immediately after. Registration fee is S15 and must be received in the mail by noon Thursday, Sept. 28. Late registration is S1 8 and will be held beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 30. Entries can be mailed to Clear take Sailing Club, P.O. Box 58212, Houston, Tx., 77258. For more information call, Geoff at (713) 482-0802 or Rich at (713) 474-2997. ' Softball TEXAS CITY — Entries are now being accepted for a men's slow pilch Softball tournament at Trohan Park. Entry fee is $95 per team. Deadline for entries is Sept. 21. Awards include trophies and T-shirts. The tournament, sponsored by the Texas City Raiders, is limited to the first 16 teams. For more information call Jerry Soackman at 945-8467. 7 TEXAS CITY — Tryouls for the Girls Fast Pitch Softball Travel team will be held beginning at 4 p.m. Sunday, Sept. 17 at Bremond Park. Girls aged 13-19 can try out for one of two teams — junior or senior. Tryouts will be held each Sunday from 4 to 7 p.m. until Oct. 29. For more information coll Jack Asher (935-4577), Ray Nenias (945-5664) or Bobby Powell (945-8857). SANTA FE — The Santa Fe Girls Softball Association will be holding its fourth Annual Coed Fun Tourney at the Santa Fe girls Softball field on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 16-17. There will be two divisions — "A" for experienced teams and "B" for novice teams. The tourneys are double-elimination. Entry fee is $95 per team. Deadline is Sept. 13. For more information, call Wayne Vyvial at 925-8179 (home) or 945-1954. Outdoors The Texas City-La Marque chapter of Ducks Unlimited will hold its Couples Dinner Sept. 16 at 6 p.m. at the Nessler Center. Cost is S25 for singles, $40 for couples for the barbecue dinner. There will be giveaways and an auction. For more information, contact Cathy at 945-2318. Golf GALVESTON — Mary VanOewalli shot a 71 Thursday to win the Galveston Country Club's Ladies Golf Association low net tournament. Vi Srader and Florence Selby lied for second with 73. Selby also won low putts with 30. And the team of Loyce Rayzor, Margy Ketso and Srader won the best ball competition. In other news, VanDewalli won first low gross in the three-month ringer tournament with a 74. Alice Mondshine was second with 75. Kelso won first low net with 51, while Selby come in at 52. Mary Gorza won low puffs. LEAGUE CITY — Teams are filling up quickly for the 5th Annual Lions Charity Golf Tournament scheduled for Monday, Sept. 11 at South Shore Harbour Country Club. The tournament will feature a Florida scramble with four-person'teams. A shotgun start is planned for 9 a.m. Lunch will be served at the completion of play. Houston RV will provide a travel trailer as a hole-in-one prize for the first golfer to sink an ace during the tournament. To register call Lions tournament chairman Jesse Hegemier at 332-5005. The $60 registration fee includes green fee, hat, golf carl and lunch at South Shore. Proceeds benefit the League City Lions Drug Awareness projects — CHICKEN clubs, STAND and Quest classes. Oilers activate Hill; Rozier to miss trip Jamie Gill Associated Press NEW YORK - Lewis Lloyd was reinstated by the NBA Friday, 2'-. years after the Houston Ro'ckets guard tested positive for cocaine. Teaff's wife returning for Baylor games Associated Press The Baylor Bears will have added inspiration going into their season opener against Oklahoma on Saturday in Norman. Donell Teaff, the wife of head coach Grant Teaff, will be coming off the disabled list and on the traveling squad. She had been hospitalized with a severe case of the pneumonia until she came home recently. She's only missed one game in the 18 years her husband has been head coach of the Bears. Teaff said she'll make the road trip with the team. Perhaps the oddsmakers heard of Mrs. Teaff's comeback. Eighth- ranked Oklahoma dropped from a 22 to a 19 point favorite. In other games involving Southwest Conference teams on Saturday, 15th ranked Texas A&M was in a 'pick 'em' game against the Washington Huskies in Seattle; Texas Tech was an 8-point underdog to 20th ranked Arizona; Texas Christian was a 10-point underdog to Missouri; and Rice was a 6'.^ point underdog to Tulane. The Aggies come off a 28-16 whipping of the Louisiana State Tigers last week in which an Aaron Wallace-led defense played much tougher than expected. Washington has a pay back for the Aggies who beat the Huskies 29-12 two years ago in Kyle Field. A&M leads the series 2-0. "I've been out there before and Seattle is a very tough place to play," said A&M coach R.C. Slocum. "I have a great deal of respect for coach Don James and the Washington program. The game will be regionally televised (ABC) at2:45 p.m. Under SJocum, the Aggies accomplished something they could never do under former coach Jackie Sherrill, beat LSU. "This is the fastest defensive team they've had that we've faced," said LSU offensive coordinator Ed Zaunbrecher. Baylor is 0-4 against Oklahoma, including a 34-15 loss in Norman in 1984. Coach Spike Dykes tapped sophomore Jamie Gill to start. Gill and soph Jason Rattan have been fighting for the spot since spring drills. Rice is fresh off a 35-6 SWC opening victory over Southern Methodist in which quarterback Donald Hollas ran for two touchdowns and passed for two more scores. Rice leads the series against Tulane 10-8-1. "On the basis of our extensive investigation, it appears that Lewis Lloyd is drug free," NBA commissioner David Stern said. Under an agreement between the NBA and the NBA Players As- stated by NBA sociation, players testing positive a third time are suspended for life but can apply for reinstatement after two years. Lloyd would be permanently banned with no chance for reinstatement if he were to ^ |^B^^9^RiLYEL THAI LERS again test positive. Lloyd becomes a restricted free agent, subjected to the right of first refusal. The Rockets have 30 days to offer him a 1989-90 contract. AIR CONDITIONING 760-2269 *OOM « CINTRAl- SSSEl • LENNOX • H;M«TJI; Associated Press HOUSTON - Houston wide receiver Drew Hill, who missed the entire preseason in a contract dispute, has been activated for Sunday's season opener against Minnesota, the Oilers announced Friday. But running back Mike Rozier, who also missed the preseason, will not make the trip. Rozier signed a one-year contract on Thursday. The Oilers, meanwhile, added defensive end Anthony Spears and linebacker Tracy Rogers to the club's developmental squad and cut wide receiver Mike Akiu. The other four members of the developmental squad are: safety Bo Orlando; quarterback Chuck Dupree being sued for default Associated Press JACKSON, Miss. — Marcus Dupree, the former Mississippi prep and University of Oklahoma football star, is being sued for §55,000 by the conservator for Unifirst Bank in Jackson. The lawsuit claims the running back defaulted on a $72,000 loan in 1985. Resolution Trust Corp., as a conservator for Unifirst Bank, filed the lawsuit Thursday and moved it from Hinds County Chancery Court to U.S. District Court. The lawsuit seeks $46,000 in damages and $9,000 in attorney fees from the 24-year-old Dupree. Hattiesburg attorney Jim Dukes Sr., newly hired by Dupree, said Thursday the change in courts means "it's a new ballgame now." Hartlieb; cornerback Billy Bell; and center Erik Norgard. Hill, the Oilers' leading receiver the past four seasons, has been working out since Tuesday. Oilers - quarterback Warren Moon is glad to see Hill back in the lineup. "Drew just makes our offense so much faster." Hill has practiced this week as part of the Oilers' four-wide receiver formations. Haywood Jeffires and Ernest Givins are the starting wide receivers. Pro Bowl defensive end Ray Childres likely will start at nose guard in place of Doug Smith, recuperating from knee surgery. 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