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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 2, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels HeraldZeitung Raiders edge Denver OAKLAND AP The Oakland defense put on a Save Our Raiders demonstration of its own Monday The offense was again scratching for and four scoring opportunities ended with missed field goal attempts by Chris But the Raiders made it 12 Monday night victories in a row by beating the Denver Broncos Oaklands alltime Monday night record is by far the best in the National Football Several thousand fans stayed outside the Oakland Coliseum for the opening minutes as part of a Save Our Raiders They missed the first of many big defensive an interception by free safety Burgess Whether they came late or they were cheering said Coach Tom But Al the team owner who is attempting to move the Raiders to Los Angeles for next They hurt the team by not being They should stay with and the commissioner Pete Rozelle should mind his own John Matuszak of the Raiders defensive line said that whatever happens to the We wont let the fans down this The final regularseason home game is next Sunday against he But were going to do our best to see that there are some more games here after playoff Thats my The Raiders defense yielded a first 41yard field goal by Fred but allowed Denver to cross the 50yard line just once more the rest of the The Broncos had only two first downs in the second We want to do a good job of fensively to help them Theyre playing so damn said quar terback Jim speaking for a offense which has scored only four touchdowns in the last three He scored on an 8yard touchdown run in the third period Monday night and Bahr kicked a 44yard field goal the fourth Despite offensive the Raiders have won seven of their last eight games and are tied with San Diego for the AFC West They drove 77 yards for the goahead touchdown against with a pass interference call accounting for a 36 yard On a firstdown play at the Plunkett faked a handoff left and rolled right to I was looking for tight end Raymond but he was held up and couldnt get over to that Their outside linebacker bit at the fake said I got outside and Im not too fleet of The Broncos came into the game with a threegame winning streak but at their playoff hopes are very This is a hard one to said1 Coach Red whose team was held to 216 yards and turned the ball over six Briefly Barrys take title Alldistrict injury John Smithson Valleys allDistrict 27AAA is checked out by Ranger coach Ralph Behrend during a game this Four Rangers made the second including Brian Ohlenbusch Start photo byJohnSenter at both linebacker and Warren Keith at running Mike Deady in the defensive line and Trey Haack in the defensive SWC basketball roundup Cougars whip USC Barrys Drive Inn topped off an undefeated season Monday night by winning the finals of the postseason softball tour nament over Amelang finished third in the Players for Barrys were David Max Clay Clyde Russell Russel Dennis Ken Danny Joe Mike Vern Dean Dave Roger Blay and Barry Fan sues Duran NEW ORLEANS AP Former welterweight champion Robert Duran of Panama and the promoters of his controversial title fight last week are being sued for million by a dissatisfied Salvadore Manzella of San filed the class action lawsuit Monday in District Court on behalf of everyone who purchased a ticket to the The lawsuit names Don King Productions of New York and Facility Enterprises of New Howe named top rookie I NEW YORK AP Lefthander Steve who became the longsought stopper in the Los Angeles Dodgers bullpen last was named National League Rookie of the Year by the i Baseball Writers Association of Howe received 12 first place ballots from the 24man BBWAA panel and totaled 80 It was the first time since the award began in 1947 that the panel has voted on a 531 Montreal pitcher Bill Gullickson finished second with 53 points including five first place ballots and outfielder Lonnie Smith of the Philadelphia Phillies was third with 49 a THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Scoreboard gave the University of Houston Cougars almost as much trouble Monday night as did the Southern California Trojans in a 7151 nonconference basketball victory for the Scoreboard problems in the first half delayed play for about 15 minutes and for a time the public address an nouncer called out the score and time remaining for the final seven minutes of the first A backup Scoreboard was installed for the second In other involving SWC Southern Methodist had to come from behind to take a 4947 victory over Texas of the Lone Star Conference Texas beat 9176 Texas Christian beat 74 62 West Texas State edged Texas 6462 and New Mexico State slipped past Tulane plays at Rice and Texas Southern is at Texas It took the Cougars some time to get their offense moving against USC as they fell behind in the early I looked up at the Scoreboard and it was 188 and I thought they were going to run us out of the said Houston coach Guy The Cougars then took moved to a 29 25 halftime lead and never looked Rob Williams was the leading scorer for Houston with 19 and Barry Brooks had 18 for the Texas Christians Darrell Browder scored 29 points as the Horned Frogs beat The victory broke a 12 game losing streak for TCU and featured fine defensive work as the Frogs held high scoring Ron Cornelius to 21 Cornelius had scored 34 points Saturday as Pacific beat Phone head on where you over to Bock Motor always find the best preowned cars at the best prices 1979 Volkswagen Rabbit Deluxe 4Door Silver with red in automatic air stereo and black wall A low mileage car for The SNOOPY WOODSTOCK or rotary manufactured by American Telecommunications PEANUTS Characters United Feature ot ATftT 1978 Ford LTD 4Door White finish with red vinyl Dark red auto matic AM air speed control power door This one also has whitewall tires and is in very good Come look this one You can buy it 4 This give the puppy with that big eartoear Surprise someone special with The SNOOPY WOODSTOCK Phone from your 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