New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, November 15, 1983, Page 7

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November 15, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 15, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Oilers savoring victory Sports World HOUSTON (AP) - The Houston Oiler bulletin board has been dotted with fan mail that had gone unanswered until Sunday. They all wanted a victory. A seven-year-old’s letter read “I voted for you. I’m mad at you. I want you to win for me please. Love, your fan, Sarah.” The Oilers answered Sarah’s letter with a convincing 27-17 victory over the Detroit Lions that ended a 17-game losing streak. The news likely has reached Greenhill, England, where a young British fan has agonized with every Oiler loss. “Please hurry up and win a game as I follow you regularly, and know you haven’t won a game this season,” the lad wrote. The Oilers eventually will have to put their historic victory behind the and get ready for Sunday’s trip to Cincinnati, home of a team that beat the Oilers 55-14 two weeks ago. But one more day of celebration will do no harm. “We’re going to make this last as long as we can,” Oiler Coach Chuck Studley said Monday. “The players are off Tuesday so we won’t talk to them about Cincinnati until Wednesday. And when the Oilers do return on Wednesday, what will Studley tell them? Studley said he would tell the team not think the battle is over and that more victories will automatically follow. “It sounds terrible for a team that has just won one game,” Studley said. “But the pressure of this thing (losing streak) has been so terrible that they could sit back and say ‘well, we took care of that.’ “The ending of one thing signifies the beginning of something else,” Studley said. “It could be some of the old or something that we accomplished yesterday. But based on what happened yesterday (Sunday) I think this team has more winners than losers." No disunity among Longhorns AUSTIN (AP) - Coach Fred Akers of Texas says a lot of people have suggested his team might unravel as a result of the offensive team’s performance but coaches and players have “not let anyone plant seeds" of disunity. On Saturday, after Texas Christian had shocked No. 2-ranked Texas with a fumble return and pass interception return for touchdowns. Akers said Texas overcame its frustration, anger and disappointment at halftime to win 20-14. “Every unit that was on the field had two units on the sidelines cheerleading — it didn’t make any difference who was out there, and that looked awful good to me,” Akers said. “The main thing is every player understands you’re part of a team, a whole team, and you just can't let anyone suggest that there are three teams out there. That’s just the way it is.” Akers, ever the optimist, told his weekly news conference Monday he had seen an “interesting paperweight” that states, “It’s amazing what you can get done if you don’t care who gets the credit.” “There’s a lot of truth to that," he said. This Saturday Texas, 94) and bidding for a spot in the Cotton Bowl, plays Baylor, 7-2-1, which has bowl hopes of its own. Akers said the Bears, averaging 30.4 points a game, would “without question" put more pressure on his defense than any team the Longhorns have played. Texas’ defense is rated No. I in college football, and Baylor will test it with a three-quarterback offense, swift receivers and backs, a combination averaging 30.4 points a game this season. Kickoff here is at I p.m.. with up to 75,000 expected.Cowboys for sale under right conditions DALLAS (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys, one of professional football’s most successful franchises, are for sale under certain circumstances, according to team President Tex Schramm. The stipulations include allowing coach Tom Landry and Schramm to have free rein in running the club on the field and in the front office, and keeping the team in Dallas. According to Schramm, Clint W. Murchison Jr., chairman of the board, is in failing health and “wants to get everything in order.”300-game bowler leads women's event DALLAS (AP) — Aleta Rzepecki Sill bowled the first 300 game of her career Monday to win a $15,000 1984 Ford Mustang convertible and take a 146 pin lead after the second round of the Ladies Pro Bowlers tour Dallas-Fort Worth Classic. Sill, a 21-year-old lefthander from Merritt Island, Fla., and the LPBT leading 1983 money winner with $38,225, averaged 229 for a 12-game total of 2,749 pins. Her perfect game came less than 2 hours after the tournament began and was only the second rolled in the tournamnent’s seven-year history.Forst tops PBA competition GLENDALE HEIGHTS, DI. (AP) - John Forst of nearby LaGrange held a 53-pin advantage after averaging a blistering 234 through the first round of the $150,000 Brunswick Memorial World Open. Forst, 23, totaled 1,879 in an eight-game block Monday, which included games of 267, 259, 255, 238 and 236.Blue sentencing delayed for month KANSAS CITY, Ran. (AP) — Sentencing for pitcher Vida Blue, one of four members of the 1983 Kansas City Royals who pleaded guilty to misdemeanor drug charges last month, has been delayed until Dec. 15. The three other ballplayers — Willie Wilson, Willie Aikens and Jerry Martin — are scheduled to be sentenced Thursday, the same date Blue was to appear for sentencing. The delay in Blue’s sentencing was requested by Blue and federal prosecutors, who cited “good cause” in a motion submitted Monday.Bears' Evans signs with USFL CHICAGO (AP) — Chicago Bears backup quarterback Vince Evans has signed a contract with the Chicago Blitz, joining the ranks of several other National Football League players who have defected to the United States Football League. Evans said in a telephone interview Monday that he signed a four-year, guaranteed contract with the Blitz. "One of the reasons was that I felt like I wasn’t going to get an opportunity to be a starter for the Bears and the opportunity came up with the USFL," Evans said. Scoreboard Briefly Team takes two-man tourney C. Heiden and M.Garza won the New Braunfels Golf Association two-man team points tournament held Saturday al l^tnda Park Golf Course. Tied for second were the teams of J. Rice and H. Neuse and F. Robles and A. Garza. In individual competition, Heiden was the low net winner with 67, followed by Robles with 68. R. Sledge with 69 and S. Van Wert with 69. Heiden had the low gross with 70. The course will be closed until approximately 2 p.m. Wednesday for the annual women’s tournament. The next Sunday scramble will begin at noon this Sunday. lurricane* extend nbeaten string ill Ball scored two goals in the first five minutes of ie game as the New Braunfels Hurricanes defeated ie Canyon Avengers 2*1 in a B division soccer ame. The Hurricanes held off a strong comeback to win leir game in a row. Next Saturday, the Hurricanes travel to Bulverde >r a 2 p.m. game against the Rowdies. Baskstball league plans meeting The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation department will hold sn organizational meeting for the fall men’s basketball league Thursday at 7 p.m. st the Lands Rec Catter. The meeting will cover election of officers, entry fee, registration procedures and rules. 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Nom* Division 7 sc* IO 14 71 72 Chicago 9 9 0 18 70 75 Toronto 7 9 2 16 77 88 Minnesota 8 t 15 71 Bl St Louis 7 9 16 62 73 Detroit Smyth# Division 6 8 * 14 60 TO Edmonton 16 3 1 31 112 79 Calgary 7 8 3 17 62 73 Vancouver 8 9 I 17 79 81 Lo* Aiige.e* 5 8 6 16 76 80 Winnipeg 6 Monde, s Gen ie* Nu game* scheduled IO 2 14 68 86 Tuesday s Games Detroit at Quebec. 6 35 p rn Hartford at N Y islanders 7 06 p rn Montreal at St Louis, 7 36 p rn New Jersey at Minnesota. 7 35 p rn Wednesday s Games Washington at N Y Rangers. 6 35 p rn Toronto at Pittsburgh. 7 05 p rn St Louis at Chicago 7 36 p rn Buffalo at Winnipeg 8 05 p rn Vancouver at Los Angeles 9 35 p mTransactions Monday s Sports Transactions By Th# Associated Prest BASEBALL \m*nc*n League OAKLAND A S Signed Bruce Bochte fest baseman to a on* year contract TORONTO BLUE JAYS Added Bill Pinkham catcher to the roster National League MONTREAL EXPOS Named Bill Storeman assistant to the preside' ! and general manager FOOTBALL National Football League DENVER BRONCOS Signed Steve Trimble safety TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS Placed James Wilde' tailback on th# interred reserve listBowling DALLAS (API Here are rh# leaders after the second round of the 122 OOO Ladies Pro Bowlers Tout Da»as Fort Worth CU*** including total pi'fan aftei 12 games 1 Alate R/*peck> SA Merlin Island Fie 2 749 2 Pan. Buckner Reno Nev 2 603 3 Toni Dillard Beverly Ohio 2 582 4 Ceile Wagner Dallas Ta 2 485 6 Cmdr Coburn Buffalo Ti J 4B2 6 Judy Souter Leawood K* 2 478 7 Oar)# Meter Albuquerque 2 463 8 Sue SheHhaidt Nashville Term . 2 467 9 Pat Mer calami Newton Penn . 2 443 10 Na kl Guiiutia* Val ie to Calif, 2 429 11 Shirley Haiti Mer rut Hiland FU 2 418 12 Karen filing* worth De* Puma* 6 2 418 13 Betty Morn* Stockton Cabt 2 416 14 Louie Nu. not* Algonquin H . 2 403 15 Robm Romeo Beverly MJI* Calif 2 403 16 Barbara Thor berg St Louis. Mo 2 392 17 Kathy leCroy. Ft Worth 2,391 18 T,*h Johnson La Habra C*M 2 388 19 V*s*a Contek)* San Fiancisco Ca 2 386 20 Carolyn Ti ump Aeron. Oh*) 2 384 21 Usa Bathgaber Palmetto FI. 2 371 22 Cheryl Van Le. berg Shawnee Kan , 2 364 23 Oonn# Adame* Duane Calli 2.361 24 Jest ne Walden. 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