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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 22, 1982, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HeraldZeitung October ed hitter rule lorg says bring ft to the National League AP Dane lorg of the world champion Cardinals cast a resounding yea vote for bringing the designated hitter rule to the National lorgs enthusiasm is un derstandable since he had nine tilts as the Cardinals chief DH in the 1982 World tying Reggie Jackson of the 1978 New York Yankees and Hal McRae of the 1980 Kansas City Royals for most hits by a designated hitter in a lorgs nine hits including four doubles and a triple came in 17 atbats for a Jackson had his nine hits in 23 at bats while McRae had 24 For Jackson and being a DH was nothing new because they had done it during the regular For it was a new It was great for lorg said of the DH Sure Id like to see it on a regular basis in our It sure beats sitting on the He said it was a strange feeling being part of the game for part of the When the Cardinals were in the lorg was an interested It made me he and added it was a different feeling from being a pinch Because as a pinch hitter you bat only once in a usually late in the and thats lorg had 238 atbats during the regular 1982 regular season when he was used as a pinch first baseman and third For the fourth year in a row he led Cardinal pinch hitters in driving in Manager Whitey Herzog said he had no feelings one way or the other about in troducing the DH to the National Ive managed both ways and theres good and bad things about the and good and bad things about having pitchers he I really dont care which way they but I do think they should get together and use the same I dont care I just think that all 26 major league teams should play with the same Cardinals pitcher Joaquin who took bating practice before both games he pitched even though he wouldnt hit during the games said he was very much opposed to Pitchers are players said and they should bat like everyone The DH is very bad for The Herald staff picks Senter j Johrtsoh Last Smithson Valley at t New Braunfels at Kerrville Stephen Austin at SW SMU at Arkansas at Baylor at Rice at Texas Texas Tech at Penn at at Celebration Cards receive confetti parade LOUIS AP Marching grinning politicians and a blizzard of red crepe and turned downtown Louis into a magical street carnival as more than people celebrated the citys first baseball world championship Since Led by the 83yearold Cardinals owner August Busch and Manager Whitey the parade inched its way Thursday through a 15block route lined up to 10deep with I couldnt be said sipping at a bottle of the beer bearing his This is Sitting next to Busch in the red Whitey Herzog waved to the crowd as they roared Whitey Whitey Whitey First baseman Keith his hair salted with waved to a chanting crowd as his daughter sat next to him and smiled in I didnt know there would be this many she Nestled in a corner of the truckbed for protection were Sue Hernandez and her youngest It was but it got a little she It was just the My little girl and I ended up oh the floor of the truck because they pushed As the procession neafed Busch the crowds grew Motorcycle policemen with screaming sirens escorted the bumping fans as they surged forward to shake the hands of their This is the best thing to ever happen to Mayor Vincent Schoemehl said from a reviewing stand at the end of the parade I hope we never get over Schoemehl This is something Ill remember for the rest of my For all you the mayor told the cheering throng as he read from a scroll proclaiming the day Fan Ap preciation this days for Brewers given stadium salute MILWAUKEE AP Ap preciation was spread all around Milwaukee as the who came within three runs of capturing baseballs world were honored by thousands of The in expressed their appreciation for the fans who supported them through a long season that ended one victory short of a World Series An appreciation day crowd of more than fans turned out at County Stadium to salute the American League who lost Game Seven of the World Series Wednesday night in Louis to the a 15blocklong parade in which the Brewer players rode in antique autos supplied by a local car dealer attracted a crowd unofficially estimated by Brewers Vice President Dick Hackett at There was no official entering the stadium about the motorcade traveled around the warning track as the Brewers were cheered by the including many Gorman Thomas and Pete riding in the same received a loud ovation after raising beer cans high over their This is something you expect from people in Milwaukee because theyre the the center Its nice to come home to people like Teenage girls howled at Paul Molitor and Robin Yount and the crowd rocked with Harvey Har vey when Manager Harvey Kuehn stepped out of his Pitcher Jim a Brewer since 1971 except for when he played with the Detroit This is the most unbelievable thing Ive ever I always wanted to be part of a winning ballclub This is what its all This makes it all worth Staff photo by John Senter Keeper New Braunfels quarterback Craig Wersterfer runs the sneak in an earlier The Unicorns play at Kerrville tonight at 8 while Smithson Valley travels to Randolph at Canyon does not play this Sports shorts Bikeathon Peter Paul school is spon soring a 15mile Bikeathon Satur to benefit the Jude Childrens Hospital in The bicycle riders will meet at Robars on Landa between 9 and 10 and pedal to Josephs church and Riders are encouraged to sign up sponsors who will pay them a certain amount of money per mile sponsor sheets can be obtained at Peter Everyone is invited to participate in the and riders may chalk up extra mileage on their Wurstfest run The New Braunfels Road along with Wholesale and the Wurst Association are sponsoring a run 30 at 8 The AAUsanctioned event begins at Landa Park by the Olympic For the entry fee of before entrants will receive a T shirt and free Wurstfest There are six age divisions which are also split into mens and womens categories awards will be given to the top three finishers in each and the top male and female finisher will receive a For more call Bill Wilson at 6256047 or Landa golf news A select your own partner competition is planned for 6 and 7 at 10 each day This event is limited to 40 teams and prizes will be Contact the golf pro shop for Antlerless deer permits The Texas Parks and Wildlife Department will issue antlerless deer permits for Comal County on 25 and 26 from 8 to noon and 1 to 5 in the New Braunfels Police Department A map with the antlerless deer permit issuance compartments and issuance rates will be posted in the county courthouse prior to the issuance To qualify for a landowner must own or control acreage equal to at least one half of the permit issuance rate of the compartment where the tract is Northchliffe golf The team of Mary Alice Lulu Bill Rawlings and Ligon took first place in Northcliffe Country Gubs 4person Scramble Couples tournament last Second place went to the team of Pat Virginia John Towell and Dick In Wednesdays Ladies Day the team of Erma Jane Terri Pat Mosele and Betty Yorga finished Taking second place was the team of Mickey Rene Midge Wald and Pat Optimists run The downtown Optimist Clut of San Antonio is sponsoring the 2nd Annual Worlds Greatest Optimist 10 kilometer run at 8 at The proceeds will go to support the continuing varied OpV timist programs directed towards the youth the All age groups are welcome to For further details and entry please contact the Optimist Club of San 114 Commerce Civic Club San TX For more contact Marshall Stars shine The Division C Stars of New Braunfels girls soccer shut out the San Antonio Strikers last 5 Jennifer Smith and Laura Buryanek were defensive helping goalie Stacy Putz chalk up the Jennifer Kelly Vicki and Lori Georg also helped the Kim Renee Preiss and Rachel Baker scored goals in the They were supported by Cindy JoAnn Kendra Celeste Amber Schlameus and Kim Oilers win slick 53 game over Bruins By BARRY WILNER AP Sports Writer Some goaltenders will take victories any way they can get Not Pete The Boston netminder was so annoyed about losing his shutout and then allowing a second goal to the Edmonton Oilers late in the third period Thursday night that he wound up getting himself thrown out of the National Hockey League The Bruins had the game well in hand by winding up with a 53 Peeters wound up with a game misconduct penalty and some hard feelings for referee Ron Right from the beginning of the the guy was on my Peeters said of Nordiques Penguins 4 Quebec couldnt miss against the slumping who are 161 and have given up 44 goals in eight Marian Stastny had three goals and an assist and younger brother Anton registered a goal and four Marc Tardif also had three while Pat Boutette registered two goals for the Canadiens Flyers 1 Doug the 1 pick in the 1980 Entry struggled during his first two NHL But hes beginning to look like a top draftee this Wickenheiser scored giving him eight goals in the Canadiens first eight the Montreal defense con tinued to Rick Wamsley stopped 33 shots in Islanders Capitals 3 Bryan Trottier scored three goals and Bob Bourne had a goal and three assists as the Islanders won their seventh straight The Stanley Cup champions have never lost at home to Washington and are 2502 in their last 27 home dating back to last Ken Houston scored a hat trick for Flames Whalers 3 Lanny McDonald and Mel Bridgman each scored two goals and Kent Nilsson added a goal and four assists as the Flames bombed Re jean Lemelin made 30 saves in his first appearance of the season in Calgarys Sutter should have been a MVP LOUIS AP Bruce Sutter was a most valuable player in this World he wasnt named the Most Valuable and he wont get the car awarded to the player voted That will go to Darrell Sutters performance in the seventh sweeping the last six Milwaukee batters without one bail out of the typifies his poise WMt performance throughout Suiter had 36 saves and a 98 In the World he had two saves and a win in four Sutter gave the Cards what Milwaukee needed and did not get from its bullpen because Rollje Fingers was injured Lefthander Bob McCJure picked up two saves in the three Milwaukee but in the final game gave up two hits and a run in onethird of an Inning and in Game was the It was fitting that Sutter threw the final pitch and that Porter caught it when Gorman Thomas struck out to end the How neat it is to be in the World said How neat it was to catch that last pitch by Bruce This is the greatest thing in the Said Sutter Its hard to I know it probably wont sink in for a I imagine Ill be hunting deer this winter and all of a sudden it will sink in and Ill let out a great big There were other MVP candidates on the Cards besides Sutter and Keith Hernandez drove in eight runs with seven hits after going 016 at the beginning of the Pitcher Joaquin Andujar won two Game 3 and Game and had an earned run average of in the in nings he Honors squad Six Texas Lutheran College in cluding a former New Braunfels Unicorn have earned honors in defensive end spirit categories and have been described as the backbone of football in the future at Texas Lutheran by cpach Vernpn They are clockwise from upper defensive end Wade Victoria linebacker Danny New Braunfels defensive back Max San Antonio linebacker Geoff Austin punter Stefan Randolph AFB and wide receiver Jeff   

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