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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                6 New Braunf els November UIL approves broadcast of 5A title game AUSTIN AP Television stations around the state have signed on to carry the telecast of the 1 Texas high school football championship game in Class officials We are covered in every said Russ former Southern Methodist University athletic director and now president of Sports Productions of which will produce Texas firstever telecast of a nigh school football title The agreement between the University Interscholastic League and Sports Produc tions of Dallas includes a ban on replays of controversial calls by Also unseen will be athletes being treated for Sportscaster Verne Lundquist of who handles the playbyplay for the Dallas Cowboys radio is set as the play byplay Former University of Texas coach Darrell Royal will be one of the color Roger Staubach will join Lundquist and Royal if the game is in the Dallas If veteran announcer Frank Fallen will be the third The site for the game wont be selected until the final two teams are Marshall said the UIL probably will get from the The schools involved will split Concerning the decision to disallow replays of controversial UIL director Bailey Marshall said We feel like we just want to show the positive sides of the UIL official Bob Young Its high school We dont want to cause any em barrassment to Young said the list of nonos also prohibits the announcers from questioning officials Sometimes I think that is all the an nouncers he Other nonos are live interviews with and commercials advertising beer or I dont think theres anything worse than interviewing a coach on the sideline when hes getting ready to said who also added that the ban on criticism of referees does not bother I dont think theres anything wrong with those kinds of Potts He said the announcers will be free to comment on the If somebody drops a sure touchdown pass one of our announcers will That was a sure touchdown he For the UIL an agency under heavy criticism from Ross chairman of a special committee on for its em phasis on athletics the televised contest is a great public relations Marshall Were more Interested in showing the educational values of the different activities the the drill the pep squads and the involvement of all the people in the he who said the game wont be a big moneymaker for his Its a chance for the league to convey what a tremendous spectacle the game The timing is good for the league to put its best foot forward on he Morgan asks gets release PHILADELPHIA AP The Philadelphia Phillies dropped another of their socalled wheeze kids Monday when they released second baseman Joe asked for and received his unconditional release so he could play with a team close to his home if SportsWorld Aggies set game with Crimson Tide COLLEGE STATION AP The Texas Aggies announced their football schedules for the next two years Monday and they include a nonconference game with The Aggies play TexasEl Iowa State and Arkansas State at home next year in nonconference In the Aggies open at home with Northeast travel to Alabama and return home against West Texas Rangers get lease for Arlington Stadium ARLINGTON AP The Texas having reached an agreement that takes the City of Arlington out of the entertainment become the seventh major league baseball team to operate its own The Rangers will lease the 140acre Arlington Stadium for 21 paying an average of million annually to retire the citys million stadium only the Los Angeles Louis Cardinals and Chicago Cubs of the National League and Boston Red Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox of the American League have operated a Grambling upset over 12man tackle AP An illegal 12th man tackle deprived Grambling State be decides to play again in Several weeks ago the Phillies gave 42 yearold Pete Rose his release after he declined to remain with the team as a part time Morgan reportedly is negotiating with the San Diego Padres for next He hit only during the regular but the figure isnt indicative of his contribution to the Phillies September drive to the National League East In when the Phillies posted a 227 including an 11game winning Morgan hit wih five of his 16 home runs and 18 In one fourgame stretch during the long winning he of six more points in its 550 Southwestern Athletic Conference victory over Texas the Tigers football people complained It happened Saturday said a Grambling news when freshman punt returner Patrick surrounded by a convoy of was stopped 45 yards from the end zone by Texas Southerns Bruce who came off the TSU bench to make the After the officials missed the 12th man tackle and called offsetting un necessary roughness penalties against both said the news NBA referees still striking NEW YORK AP Commissioner Larry who played a direct role in helping avert a National Basketball Association players strike last was prepared to take part in talks with lockedout referees until a dispute over the site stymied a meeting between the two Richie general counsel for the NBA referees said Monday night he was willing to meet with OBrien and the owners Labor Relations Committee today in New but not in the league As long as they continue to lock us we will not set foot in the NBA offices under any Phillips said after the league invited him to meet for the first time with OBrien and the Labor Relations The referees union has been without a contract since and no talks have been held since last The NBA has used nonunion referees for exhibition games and for 21 regularseason games since last Friday Generals make offer to Randy White DALLAS AP The New Jersey Generals of the United States Football League have made a preliminary offer to Dallas Cowboys tackle Randy White of a year and a signing the Dallas Times Herald reported The offer would begin with the 1985 the newspaper The bonus would be the highest signing bonus ever paid to a professional football White currently makes a He will enter the option year on his contract next White said he would not negotiate with the Generals or the Cowboys until the end of the Arkansas wins SWC cross country HOUSTON AP The Arkansas Razorbacks have won their 10th straight cross country behind the individual triumph of Tom while the University of Houston captured the womens title for the second year in a Moloney finished the fivemile race over the rainsoaked Buffalo Bayou course in 24 He edged Texas Sam who finished seconds off Moloneys winning pace with a time of Arkansas Paul Donovan was third at Briefly Dilley win LLGA tourney Sara Delashmutt won the A flight of the Landa Ladies Golf Association tournament last week at Landa Park Golf while Jeanette Dilley won the B The tournament was most 5s in the A flight and most 7s in the B Delashmutt edged Grace Bonnett with sis with a tie broken by western Dilley won the B flight with six with Janet Schroder second with five Kellys win couples event Charles and Jean Kelly shot a 126 to win the Landa Ladies Golf Associations Couples Trick orTreat tournament Sunday at Landa Park Golf The tournament was played in a Scotch twosome Tied for second were the teams of Cliff and Rosemary Crouch and and Sara Delashmutt with Fourth was Justina Kerulis and Charlie Sluka with Teams tie in NBGA play The team of Johnson and Hurst tied Drummond and Barker for the top spot in the New Braunfels Golf Association twoman low net tournament Both teams had a net Third at net 58 was the team of Armatta and Scheel was the low net individual with a while Fernando Gutierrez had the low gross with a Graham and Barber tied for second in the low net with Play altered for Wurstfest During the next two daily play at the Landa Park Golf Course will begin at hole The New Braunfels Golf Association will tee off at 11 with signup by The next Elks tournament will be 8 at 10 The Landa Ladies Golf Associations Ladie Invitational Tournament will be It will begin with a shotgun start at The course will be closed to outside play until Rec Center closed during Wurstfest The Landa Recreation Center will be closed from this Thursday to 14 because of Wurst Recreation Coordinator Keith Maxwell will be at the Parks and Recreation Department office on those Singles tennis league being organized The New Braunfels Womens Tennis Association and the Parks and Recreation Department are cosponsoring a singles tennis league beginning 21 at the Landa Park Tennis Courts and Newks Tennis League play will be held on Mondays from 9 to 11 and the deadline for entering is A preseason tournament willbe held 14 to determine the level of play for each An entry fee will be charged to cover the cost of balls and For more call the Landa Recreation Center at 6296196 from 1 to 8 or 6294979 at other NBTA schedules Wurstfest tennis The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor the Miller High LifeWurstfest Tennis Tournament 56 and 1213 at the New Braunfels High School The first weekends play will be the seniors with open play the second The entry fee is per and it can be sent to David 770 Timber New Braun For more call City plans maternity exercise The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an exercise class for expectant and new mothers on a continuous with morning and evening The classes are four days a week at the Landa Recreation For more call the center at 6296196 or the parks department at Wurstfest Walkfest set 56 The Wurstfest Walkfest will be held 56 from 8 to The which can be either 10 kilometers or 20 will begin at Wurst World in Landa Registration fee is for the souvenir medal and for the IVV All paid walkers will receive a ticket to enter the Wurst fest Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION Boxing 7 Tennis Seiko World Super 7 Pro basketball Washington at 9 10 College football Navy at Notre Dame WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 7 Pro basketball Milwaukee at 10 Auto racing Dirt Syracuse Super Nationals Local sports TUESDAY Volleyball San Antonio Marshall at Landa Rec Center open 1 to 8 WEDNESDAY Landa Rec Center open 1 to 8 Football National Football League By The Associated Press All Times CST American Conference East W L 6 3 6 3 5 4 4 5 4 5 Buffalo Miami Baltimore New England Jets Central Pittsburgh Cleveland Cincinnati Houston West Denver LARaiders PF 173 199 PA 182 147 166 197 199 189 194 185 Kansas City San Diego National Conference Easl Dallas Washington Philadelphia Louis Giants Central Minnesota Green Bay Chicago Tampa Bay West San Francisco Rams 7 2 5 4 3 6 0 9 6 3 6 3 5 4 4 5 3 6 3 5 2 6 6 3 4 5 4 5 3 6 0 9 6 3 5 4 0 227 165 0 181 206 0 170 181 0 152 246 0 153 147 0 242 204 0 219 206 0 182 160 0 221 262 0 291 195 0 294 211 0 138 167 1 198 269 1 278 166 214 215 225 202 188 240 267 170 198 000 141 227 New Orleans 540 203 203 Atlanta 450 196 179 Mondays Game Washington San Diego 24 Sundays Games Atlanta at New noon Cincinnati at noon Tampa Bay at noon Dallas at noon Cleveland Green Bay at noon Los Angeles Raiders at Kansas noon San Diego at noon Buffalo at New noon Miami at San 3 Denver at 3 Chicago at Los Angeles 3 Baltimore at New York 3 Louis at 3 7 New York Giants at 8 Wales Conference Patrick Division Basketball 0 0 1 1 1 1 0 2 0 2 National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W New York 2 0 Philadelphia 2 0 Boston 1 1 New Jersey 1 1 Washington 0 2 Centra Division Milwaukee Chicago 1 Atlanta Detroit Cleveland Indiana WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwest Division Houston 1 0 Dallas 1 1 Denver 1 1 San Antonio 1 1 Kansas City 0 2 Utah 0 2 Pacific Division Golden Stale 2 0 Los Angeles 2 0 Portland 1 1 San Diego 1 1 Seattle 1 1 Phoenix 0 1 Mondays Games No games scheduled Tuesdays Cleveland at New n Chicago at n Milwaukee at In Houston at In Wathngton M In Portland at San In Golden State at In Dalies W Seattle at n L GB h 1 Y VA 0 261 184 0 201 200 Hockey National Hockey League By The Associated Press W 9 9 6 5 3 1 T 1 0 0 0 0 0 GF GA 55 55 50 35 49 69 47 36 48 37 39 62 41 59 40 44 36 43 49 37 46 53 30 48 44 41 47 40 58 39 40 60 52 45 56 62 47 Philadelphia NY Rangers NY Isles Washington Pittsburgh New Jersey Adams Division Boston 73 1 15 Quebec 75 1 15 Buffalo 642 14 Hartford 451 9 Montreal 470 8 Campbell Conference Norris Division Chicago 84 0 16 Toronto 64 2 14 Louis 6 50 12 Detroit 4 32 10 Minnesota 371 7 Smythe Division Edmonton 9 2 1 19 Calgary 561 11 Vancouver 56 1 11 Winnipeg 3728 Los Angeles 254 3 Mondays Games No games scheduled Tuesdays Games Hartford at Los Angeles at Vancouver at p m Detroit at p UIL realignment AUSTIN API Here are the enrollment figures used by the University Interscholastic League in realigning districts for 1981 85 and 16R5 86 Class and up 650 to 275 to 649 135 to 274 134 and below A high school with less than 90 pupils may enter a team in 6man AUSTIN API Here are is a list ol iOiools and schools that will be competing m different divisions in 198485 and 1985 86 New Class 5A schools Klein Laredo Sugailaml Clements Moving from 4A to 5A Katy Rosenberg Sugarland Wiltowridfle 5Ato4A Dallas Dallas Port San Antonio Scheru Weatherford 3Ato4A Waller New 4A schools Conroe Oakridge New 3A schools Texarkana Pleasant Grove 4A to 3A Iowa Vernon Waco Connally 2AW3A Pollok Longview Spring Texas School foi the Deaf 3A to 2A Universal City Randolph Ato2A Caddo Gilmer Jewitt Johnson Midland Rio San Elizario 2AtoA Archer Simms Spur Transactions Mondays Sports Transactions By The Associated Press AUTO RACING NASCAR Announced that Richard Petty is leaving Petty Enterprises for a based racing ending a 25year affiliation with the familyowned racing BASEBALL American League CALIFORNIA ANGELS Signed Bob and Brian to three year and Ellis to a multiyear CHICAGO WHITE SOX Placed Dick on National League LOS ANGELES DODGERS Signed Jose to a oneyear PHILADELPHIA PHILLIES Released Joe second PITTSBURGH PIRATES Placed Bob on BASKETBALL National Basketball Association GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Signed Ron and placed him on the injured NEW JERSEY NETS Signed Mark FOOTBALL United States Football League WASHINGTON FEDERALS Signed John Nash and George running Bob defensive and William defensive HOCKEY National Hockey League DETROIT RED WINGS Recalled defenseman Randy from Adirondack of the American Hockey Sent Murray to Medicine Hat of the Western Hockey LOUIS BLUES Assigned Jim to Montana of the Central Hockey Cut Ralph Schoolboy Top 10 Here is how teams ranked in the The Associated Press Schoolboy Football Poll fared Class 5A Highland Park 1900 defeated 287 Beaumont West Brook 1900 defeated 3728 Piano 1900 defeated Braioswood defeated Victoria Temple 900 defeated Humble Midland Lee 720 lost to Abilene 23 Odessa Permian 18101 defeated Big Converse Judson 7101 defeated SA Houston Yates 900 defeated Houston San Antonio Clark 1900 defeated SA Class 4A Fort Bend Willowridge 800 defeated Cleburne 1800 defeated Jasper 1900 defeated Little Cypress Bay City 900 defeated El Lubbock Estacado 710 defeated Blown 6 El Campo 81 01 lost to Bay 137 New Braunlels 7 0 11 did not Wichiia Falls Hiischi 8001 defeated Mineral 28 Allen 180 01 did not Tomball 611 lost to Fort Bend 29 Class 3A Littlelield 19 00 defeated Navasota 19 00 defeated Daingerfield 900 defeated 4 Ballinger 18 01 tied Pflugerville 900 defeated 28 Cameron 81 0 tost to Waco Robinson 90 0 defeated La 17 Sanger 1900 defeated 48 Posl 810 defeated Kaufman 900 defeated Wills 31 Football Contest Winners WEEK 9 1st Glenn Pat Ramsey 2nd J Gutierrez Jesse Carrillo Carter Shane 3rd Kevin Logan Alicia Play Every Tuesday In The HraldZritiinq   

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