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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas                                Basketball championship pushed back to Monday New Braunfels M Both the Aloha Brothers and the Flying Ticks acted as if their Jaycees Adult Basket ball League championship game was played on New Years Day instead of last The Aloha Brothers had a the free throw they picked up 22 points on free the Ticks were left with a as they lost The outcome means another game will have to be played Monday since the post season tournament is double elimination in That contest has been scheduled for 7 with a site yet to be The site for Thursdays game almost wasnt found as the floor was being refinished at Frazier the planned So the officials and approximately 25 fans formed a convoy to the New Braunfels High School which was Boosted by 11 firstquarter points from David the Aloha Brothers took the lead early in the But a 22foot shot from Nick Casas and a layup by Alan Mann put the Ticks up 1916 near the end of the who fought a box andone defense where one player guards him and the other four defensive players play a zone most of the brought the Aloha Brothers even at 1919 as the quarter The second quarter was the start of the free throw as the Ticks shot eight free throws and the Aloha Brothers Fouls plagued both as the Ticks had six in the half and the Aloha Brothers nine in the bruising The Ticks led 3837 at the getting one more basket from the field and one less free throw than the Aloha A slack in the Ticks scoring attack let the Aloha Brothers surge to a 5854 lead at the end of the third as only Mann had more than two points in the period for the Simpson was pouring in nine of his game high 25 points and Cliff Wilkens was adding six for the Aloha who handed the Ticks their first loss since June the first day of sum mer basketball In the fourth it became a race to see if the Ticks could keep pace with the Aloha Brothers free throw The Aloha Brothers picked up 12 of their 18 points in the final period from the while the Ticks could manage only oneforfive at the A total of 20 fouls were called on the and Mann fouled out midway in the final Brett Deckard fouled out for the Aloha who were called for 16 Eight fourthquarter points from Mark who ended the game with eight sealed the Ticks semi Mann led the Ticks with 19 while Casas had 15 and Terry Lenz and Jimmy Worms had 10 Lilly breaks down Hall of Fame inducts 4 Ohio emotion of joining the Pro Football Hall of Fame Saturday proved too much for Bob The Dallas Cowboys great broke down and cried twice during his acceptance Im awful Lilly told the audience encircling the Shrines steps after he fought back Lilly joined Herb Jim Otto and David Deacon Jones as the latest enductees in the Hall of pushing the total of immortals en shrined there to a defensive first broke when he talked of his father and of former college Coach Abe both of whom are This is the toughest he warned the Lilly paused to collect himself and the crowd Still Lilly said I got all the attention when I was growing I appreciate the fact my family continues to love a more composed Lilly said All of us are here today for one We played on teams that were To sum it I deserve just a small part of this award It took Dallas Coach Tom Landry presented Lilly and said There wont be another Bob Lilly in my Not only was he a great football but he is one of the finest in dividuals I have ever a left cornerback and the sixth member from the great Green Bay Packer teams of the 1960s to make the thanked God for his I have go back to the and the beginning was God is for making everyhting said presented by longtime teammate Willie I cant say enough for my he Without your you cant make Without this would be a great To be included with these its more than a Former Los Angeles and Washington Coach George Allen introduced a former defensive end with both his Regardless who wins the presidency this Deacon Jones should be the first Cabinet appointee as secretary of Allen Jones was known by that title while he was making life miserable for opposing quarterbacks in the National Football Jones recalled that as a Florida youngster he fought racial bias and was denied the privileges of YMCAs and junior football I declared my own private war against racial prejudices at the The student remained true to his said the only AllStar center the American Football League had in its called enshrinement a dream come Only one person I have to and thats the Good said the Oakland Raiders I thank Him and I praise He thanked his wife for making it possible for him to play in 12 pro football allstar The first three years was more of a nightmare than a Without my my dream might have said presented by Al the Raiders managing general partner Area schedules display variety If variety is the spice of then this years football schedule in Comal County ought to be a bowl of threealarm Canyon has added five new teams to its An tonio Marble Kerrville Tivy and Smithson while New Braunfels and Smithson Valley have both added The Unicorns will play Samuel Clemens of Del San Antonio Gerard and while the Rangers add San Antonio Floresville and Medina The 271 last year in the east zone of will face defending 24AAA champion Marble Falls at home The Mustangs were 102 last best season in 20 they return 11 Texas Football has selected Marble Falls as their district 24AAA favorite as San Antonio Cole was 541 in and they return 10 while Luling was 55 in The Cougars play Cole in their 5 opener and Luling the 13AAAA west zone champion last has been shifted to the east and the Cougars will face them The Boerne who the Cougars tied 00 last are now members of the 13AAAA east zone and they will face Canyon Smithson 28 in district 27AAA last will play the Cougars and new district opponent Medina Valley Medina Valley was 111 and a regional finalist last The Rangers also add the newest member of the in a game Floresville was runnerup in district 29AAA play last season with an 82 Texas Christian Interscholastic League district 3AAAA doormat Antonian faces Smithson Valley The Apaches were 010 last but they return 12 New Braunfels faces TCIL district 3AAAA defending champ Gerards at Unicorn Stadium The Royals were 83 last and return seven The Unicorns also face district 12AAAA cofavorite Del 83 last and Samuel Clemens of 37 last season in tough district Like they add 1979 west zone champion Tivy 17 and 27AAA champ Here are the fullseason schedules for all three with scores from last seasons games where applicable Canyon 5 at 8 12 at 8 621 19 Marble 8 26 at 8 3 Smithson 8 1435 17 at 8 00 24 8 07 31 at New 8 012 7 Kerrville 8 Smithson Valley 5 at Marble 614 12 8 1428 19 at 8 630 26 open 3 at 8 10 8 17 8 835 170 31 8 7 at 8 627 14 at Medina 8 New Braunfels 5 at Samuel 67 19 Del 8 26 8 3 Central 8 207 10 at 8 70 17 Kerrville 8 24 at 8 31 8 120 7 at 8 1421 Caponi Young tied in LPGA tournament Post sank a six foot eagle putt on the par5 18th Hole to deadlock opening round leader Donna Caponi Young for the second round lead Saturday in the West Virginia LPGA Post and playing together in a windy and rain delayed both will take 6underpar scores of 138 into Sundays final who fired a first round 68 on the Speidel golf followed that with i 2under while Post snot a 3underpar 69 Three shots off the lead was seventhyear pro Patty who shot an even par 72 Saturday for a twoday total of At 142 is Vivian who shot her second straight while five cluding veteran Joyce Kaz were at 1under a stroke off the pace entering Saturdays was tied with Young at 6underpar after the seventh hole before experiencing trouble on two of the hilly Speidel golf courses par5 She took a seven on the 495yard eighth then took an eight on the 14th hole when she hooked a ball into a water Deadlocked with Kaz mierski at 143 were thirdyear pro Janet who shot a 5 under 67 defending champion Debbie Marlene Floyd and Cathy Alex and rookie Lynn playing in her first pro both had the low round of the who at one point was three shots behind made up three shots to par on the final three She birdied the par4 17th then knocked a long iron to within five feet of the pin on her second shot on the 475 par518th hole and made the putt for an Young retained her share of the lead by knocking in a threefoot birdie putt on the 18th hole after putting her second shot on the The weather wasnt real It wasnt bright and the air was Staff photo Nobody seems to want to grab the seemingly suspended between the Aloha Brothers David Simpson the Flying Ticks Nick Casas center and the Aloha Brothers Cliff Wilkens during Thursdays Abbreviated game opens NFL season Ohio Benirschke of San Diego and Green Bays Tim Birney missed secondhalf field goals Saturday before an electrical storm terminated the annual Pro Football Hall of Fame preseason The contest ended in a 00 National Football League officials called a halt to play at EOT and called off the game seven minutes after the Chargers and Packers had gone to their dressing a fouryear veteran from California missed his field goal try from 39 yards out with 29 seconds left in the third The ball hit the left upright and bounced back onto the a secondyear pro from Michigan muffed his opportunity from 40 yards His attempt sailed wide to the left with remaining in the The Packers had driven to the Chargers 3yard line before San Diego cornerback Hal Stringert sacked Packers quarterback Bill Troup for a 9 yard loss at the Earlier in the Bob Jim Herb Adderley and David were inducted into the Hall of bringing its mem bership to With rookie Ed Luther San Diego threatened tp pull out amidst heavy rain and from San Jose directed the Chargers from their own 44 to the San Diego was set to try a field goal attempt when game officials suspended A Fawcett Stadium capacity crowd of the second largest in the history of the game that traditionally opens the NFL booed San Diego Coach Don Coryelll used firststring quarterback Dan Fouts for NB woman named head coach Gayle a 1974 graduate of New Braunfels High has been named the volleyball coach at Eastern New Mexico University in is a 1978 cum laude graduate of Texas Lutheran and was a member of their AIAW small college champion volleyball teams of 1975 and She was an allregional honoree and fourletter winner in volleyball and was also a member of the track She received her Masters of Science in Physical Education from ENMU and has been an assistant coach and graduate assistant in Physical Education and Recreation at the school since Gayle has the experience and the credibility to build a successful program at said athletic director at She is familiar with the knows the ability of the athletes and is an ex perienced New Mexico recruiter who contacted many of our present Lees My first objective is to increase the skill level of the core of players we now Reeves When we begin recruiting in November we will have established a solid unit for our freshmen to Eventually we want to compete in the NAIA but our goal this year will be to have a winning she only the first series of Mike Kirkland and Luther went the rest of the way for the defending AFC West cham Green Bay Coach Bart Starr used his regular Lynn for most of the first half before calling on secondstringer David Whitehurst and HOLIDAY1 PRODUCTIONS ANTIQUE SHOW SALE KERRVILLE Inn of the Hills 1001 Junction Hway 19 15 only Good all 3 days NATIONS TOP DEALERS Coming Tuesday 1980 New Braunfels DAILY Newspaper HeraldZritunq Your Hometown Newspaper Help help each You and your neighbors TAKE A BITE OUT OF no Husisar TV SPECIALS 19 Table Color TV Model W7596ISW Solid Slate Dyna n Chassis loi reliability Dynaonte II InLine Picture Tute lor sharp btignt picture CuilonvMalc PreSel VHP Tuning Tone Control RernovaDle Dipole Antenna NOW ONUY See it Today 349 00 MACKS 993 LANDA 6257419   

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