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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Braunfels HetaMZeitung November 7A Lopez makesdebut in karate This week marked the official martial arts debut of Chris Lopez age who is the youngest student of an accredited karate school in the Three years old is at least two years younger than moat schools will accept but the fact that Lopez is the son of local school owner Chris Lopez mikes him an were hard on Chris older perhaps making the mistakes tend to the elder Lopez Although they had the coercing them to take part had the effect of driving them Chris and his brothers will be in karate because they desire to be and well expect them to take part in other athletic Lopez already looks up to some of the older students at the like 8yearold Trent And he may eventually spend a summer with Benny the 1 karate fighter in the 1 That type of exposure will have an inestimable impact on Chris karate training in future Lopez is in the and I dont want to make too many Itll be there if he wants he Before all we want Chris to develop spiritually and to be able to contribute to the welfare of his fellow Scoreboard On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION College football Alabama at Boston College football Army Pro basketball Atlanta at 7 Pro basketball Philadelphia at 8 Boxing Larry Holmes Marvis Pro basketball Chicago at SATURDAY TELEVISION 8 Pro basketball Philadelphia at 11 College football Texas at Texas Auto 1 Boxing College football Nebraska at 3 3 3 4 6 KSAT Golf Skins General Wide World of College basketball Vanderbilt at College basketball Louisville at 8 College basketball Missouri at North Local sports Texas looks for title By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Cotton Bowlbound Texas Longhorns can become undisputed Southwest Conference football champions for the first time since 1977 but they have to conquer the archrival Texas Aggies on their home The 2ranked and unblemished boasting a 1M record and the top defense In the will have to overcome an Aggie team inspired by an standing room crowd of more than In Kyle The 6point favorite who narrowly escaped Baylor last are a game ahead of Southern Methodist but have already clinched the host spot in the Cotton Bowl opposite The fastimproving who are Joust the Longhorns in an nationally televised ABCTV Sixthranked which has signed for a Sun Bowl appearance Christmas Eve against is in to play Houston in the Mirage The game starts Saturday at noon Japan which is 9 the game was not expected to be over until past midnight Dallas time because of halftime ac tivities that traditionaly last at least an hour in the game which will be attended by Las Vegas oddsmakers posted SMU as a 13point pick bver the who were impressive last week In outlasting Texas Tech SMU shut out Arkansas 170 last Saturday to increase its record to 91 and 61 in SWC In the only other SWC game Arkansas is a two point favorite over Texas Tech in a 2 game at Jones Stadium in The TexasTexas clash will feature the Longhorns 1 defense in the country against the highpowered Aggie offense led by freshman quarterback Kevin Murray Baylor stung the Horns for a schoolrecord 29 first downs as Texas barely survived 2421 last If Texas defeats it would be the schools 18th outright SWC Coach Jackie Sherrills Aggies will be looking for revenge for the 5316 pasting they received from the Horns last NCMissouri tops college games Staff photo by Cindy Richardson Chris Lopez takes a swing at Trent Wenzel By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Missouri Coach Norm Stewart sent his Bob to watch North Carolinas exhibition game with the Yugoslavian national basketball Sunvold wasnt happy with what he This is definitely not the team we want to open the season Sunvold said after the Tar Heels downed the Yugoslavs But the Wildcats will do exactly that Saturday against the team ranked 1 in the preseason college basketball Missouri lost three including National Basketball Association firstround draftees Steve Stipanovich and Bobs brother Jon to The Tar Heels are without Jimmy the graduated point But with returning stars Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins and starters Matt Doherty and Brad Carolina seems to be defending national champion North Carolina fresh off an impressive 7664 upset of 1983 NCAA runnerup Houston in the Tipoff Classic last is part of a strong field in the Great Alaska Shootout opening today in the glittering new George Sullivan Sports Arena in with two starters back championship game hero Lorenzo Charles and Cozell McQueen faced the host Division II 14 with three starters returning from last years 264 played Fordham 20thranked led by AilAmerican center Wayman went against Southern and Santa Clara took on New which is coming off a threeyear In other action ninthranked UCLA is at home to Idaho State 13 Fresno State hosts the Sun Met facing North Dakota FRIDAY 8 Football New Braunfels Brown sville Texas A6I Playoff pairings By The Associated Press Here are regional Texas high school playoff pairings tot Classes 3A and and area playoff pairings for Classes 4A and Class 5A REGION I Midland Lee Fort Worth Trimble Fort Odessa Permian Wichita Falls 8 Wichita REGION II Highland Park Houston Texas Piano Baylor REGION III Houston Madison 4 Houston Yates REGION IV Converse Judson San Antonio Churchill Class 4 A REGION I Lubbock Estacado 8 LubbockJ Monahans 1 Navasota Crockett 12 Port Arthur Austin 8 REGION IV Hondo 8 Corpus Sweeny Port 8 Corpus Class 2A REGION I Haskell Big REGION II Bqyd Pilot Point 13 iBoyd on penetrations 3 21 Cisco 8 REGION III Grand Saline Alto Palestine REGION IV Brazos Consolidated 8 East Bernard 8 Victoria Class A REGION I Nazareth Knox Valley 7 Iowa REGION II Iraan San Wink REGION Ml Celeste High 8 Overton REGION IV Bremond BrucevilleEddy Ben 8 SixMan Regionals Dawson County Gordon 53 TEXAS CATHOLIC FINAL San Antonio Central Catholic Houston San Buffalo at Kansas City Chicago at Green Bay Miami at Houston New Orleans at New England 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