New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 26, 1983, Page 8

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July 26, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 26, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Briefly Haying with Elway gave Oiler head start SAN ANGELO (AP) - Tight end Chris Dressel, the third round draft choice of the Houston Oilers, feels he got a head start on a pro career by being on the same team at Stanford with All-American quarterback John Elway. “The main thing playing with John did was help me utilize abilities that maybe I wouldn’t have been able to use with a quarterback of lesser abilities," Dressel said. “With a quarterback like that you can do so many things." Because of Elway’s talent, Dressel said he also extended himself and improved his skills. “He expects you to do so many things because he's going to make the pass that normally wouldn't be able to be thrown or get away from the rush and make the play," Dressel said. Dressel has transferred what he learned at Stanford onto the practice field at Angelo State University, where he is a prime prospect to fit into the Oilers' two-tight end offense. “You couldn’t ask for a better situation," Dressel said. “There’s a position there that is open. They need somebody there that they have confidence in running the plays and the mental capacity to run them. Yeah, I feel I could fill those voids for them." Dave Casper, the Oilers’ most productive receiver last season, will be the starting tight end and Dressel hopes to the the second tight end in the new alignment. “It just opens up both sides of the offense,” Dressel said. “Instead of just having a strong side, which you call your tight end side, the defense must decide which side they’ll put their strength and then you run to their weakness or pass to their weakness. “It's a good concept, I think it’s going to work." Dressel is coming from a winning program at Stanford to a team with the second worst record in the National Football league with a 1-8 finish last season. But he’s appreciates the opportunity to play. “It’s nice to get picked hy somebody that was a Super Bowl winner last year but I think what I look at here is that Houston is a dedicated organization," he said. “They are not just somebody who likes to put a football team on the field but the want somebody that can win. "That’s the bottom line and that’s what makes me happy to be here, they want to win." The Oilers continued heavy two-a-day workouts Monday in preparation for their preseason opener Aug. 4 in the Astrodome against the Baltimore Colts. Bunning back Stanley Edwards returned to workouts after healing from a hip injury but middle guard Daryl Skaugstad missed the drill with a groin pull. Starting center David Carter was    hospitalized as    a precautionary measure after a cut on his elbow became infected. Running back Rich Tomaselli will be lost six to eight weeks after breaking his jaw in a collision with linebacker Daryl Hunt.Schuetzen Verein places at shoot The New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein’s No. I offhand team took first place Sunday's Kreutzberg Prize Shoot at the Kreutzberg Shooting Club. The New Braunfels offhand team had a 560, while Alamo was second with 524 and New Braunfels No. 2 was third with 523. In team rest competition, the Alamo team had 1,234, Vogel’s Valley had 1,231 and New Braunfels 1,226. David Pringle of New Braunfels was first in the rest with 248, Rodney Edmonson was second with 248 and Mike Timmerinann was third with 248. Creedmore rules were used to determine the places, as nine contestants scored 248. Eddie Zinsmeister of Boerne shot a 118 for first place in the offhand, while Pringle was second with 117 and Buddy Harris third with 116. The Schuetzen Verein will compete for the Simon Memorial Medal Aug. 7 at 2.30 p.m. This is a traveling medal and is worn for one year by the contestant with the highest score after 20 shots in the rest competition.Tuseth-Fox win golf tourney The team of Rose Tuseth and Marian Fox chalked up a 65 to win the luanda Indies Golf Association’s Best Ball Twosome tournament on July 29 In the Guys and Dolls tournament. July 21, two teams tied for first place with 65 E. Skelton, C. Sluka, E. Manning and R. Drummond and the team of H. Frament, E. Herbst, J. Green wade and Fox In third place with a 67 was the team of C. Smith, R. Caussey, F. Higgins and Virgie Van Kleef. Closest-to-the-hole on No. 12 was A. Elbel. The Men’s City Golf Championship is scheduled for July 30-31 and Aug. 6-7 while the women’s is Aug. 6-7. Sing-up deadline is July 28 for men and Aug. 4 for women. The Junior City Championship for boys and girls, age 18 and under, is Friday, August 19, at 9:30 a.m.. Sign up now in the pro shop. Plans are being made for a Senior City Championship for men age 50 and over to run in September, but no definite date has been decided. Contact Bill Halbert, golf pro, at 625-3225 for more information.Openings available at volleyball camp Several openings are still available in the Summer Volleyball Camp which is being sponsored by the New Braunfels Independent School District and conducted by Texas Lutheran coach Susan Duke. The camp will be Aug. 8-12 from 9 a.m. to noon at the New Braunfels Middle School. Because of University Interscholastic league rules, the camp will be limited to students who will be in the seventh, eighth or ninth grades this school year. Registration forms can be obtained from the NBISD central office, 431 Mill St.Parks department sets swim program The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering a “Swim for Lunch" lap program at the luanda Park Olympic Pool beginning today. The program runs from 11.30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Tuesday through Friday. Participants must pay the pool entry fee and sign in with the pool staff.Schulenberg plans 10K fun run The Schulenberg High School athletic department is sponsoring a fun run Aug. 6 in conjunction with the Schulenberg Festival. The race, which begins at 7:15 a.m., covers a 10,000-meter course in the hills southwest of Schulenberg. Each entrant will receive a T-shirt, and trophies will be presented to the top three finishers in the men’s and women’s under 9,10-18,17-24,25-36,37-49 and 50 and over divisions. The entry fee is $6 in advance and |8 the day of the run. For entry forms, write Tom Walker, 517 North Street, Schulenberg 78956.SV volleyballs need waivers, physicals High school girls interested in playing volleyball at Smithson Valley in the fall need to have their physical examination and waiver forms turned in by Aug. 4 at ll a m. Equipment will be issued from 9 a.m. to ll a.m. Aug. 4. Practices begin Aug. 8, with junior varsity and varsity teams working out from 9 a.m. to noon and freshmen from 12:30 p.m. to 3:30 p m. A shuttle bus will be running in the afternoon.City Golf tournaments sponsored at Landa The Annual Men’s and Ladies’ City Golf Tournaments will be held at luanda Park Golf Course July 30-31 and Aug. 6-7. Deadline for sign-up is 5 p.m. July 28. Entry fee is $20 for men and $10 for women. All proceeds from the sale of novelty items will go to the American Heart Association. Dr. Robert H. Offutt, D.D.S. and Dr. Brett H. Mueller, D.D.S. wish to announce the opening of their office forDentistry for Children705 Landa    New    BraunfelsPhone 625-0202 Sports calendar Swim for Lunch: Tuesday, 11:30 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Landa Park Pool. Program will run Tuesday through Friday. Participants must pay the pool entry fee and sign in with the pool staff. Summer volleyball: Wednesdays, 6:30 p.m. at luanda and Haymarket Parks, A league of Summer Volleyball League plays; Mondays, B Iieague plays. National Junior Olympics: July 29-30, South Bend Indiana, Notre Dame campus. Smithson Valley’s Andy Henshaw will compete in the shot and discus; Shannon Albrecht will compete in running events; Canyon summer track relay team will compete’. Golf: July 30-31, luanda Park Men’s City Championship; August 6-7, {.anda Park Women's City Championship tourney. Deadline for sign-up is 5 p.m. Thursday; Guys and Dolls tourney, Thursday, July 21. IO a m.; City Junior Golf Championship, Friday, August 19. (lf you or your sports group would like your local sports announcement to appear in the Herald Zeitung sports calendar, mail the annoucement to P.O. Drawer 361, New Braunfels, TX 78130 or call (512) 625-9144 and ask for Kan Mitchell or the sports desk.) 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