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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 16, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Ailstars open The local Senior Babe Ruth League allstars open competition at the World Series Saturday night against the host The teams meet at 7 and the game will be broadcast on If New Braunfels wins its the squad will play at 4 Sunday if the team it will meet the loser of the Fern game at orts August 8A Dorsett happy to return to Cowboys THOUSAND AP After ending his 25dayold running back Tony Dorsett says hes going to put away the namecalling and put on his Dallas Cowboys practice gear today for a team Im happy to be back and I never thought Id say that about training Dorsett said Thursday as he arrived at the National Football League teams training Its been an After meeting with his attorneys in Los Angeles to go over his new five year Dorsett met with Cowboys president Tex Schramm for more than an met with the media for 20 minutes and then went to a local hospital to take his camp Although Dorsett was to practice with the team Coach Tom Landry said the running back will not play Saturday night in San Diego and will see his first game action 26 in Texas Stadium against I just want to be a part of this and Im extremely he said Through all there has been a lot of things some that shouldnt have Apologies have been made and I owe an apology to the fans of Dorsett was to be paid and the next three hell get for each of the next three years and a year in a twoyear contract He is to get annuity payments of annually from a total of In addition to getting between the time he retires and when the annuity payments he has a real estate deal set up by the a nineyear veteran who has no bad feelings towards the Cowboys said he decided to come back last weekend after watching the DallasGreen Bay exhibition game on satellitefed Dorsett said he is at his playing weight of 185 pounds and ready to He added that he is on a mission now to help this team gain some Last year we lost some and Im back to help get it Dorsett was accompanied by agent Witt Stewart when he arrived Stewart negotiated the contract with Schramm Wednesday after another Howard had encouraged Dorsett to stay away from camp at least another two Dorsett got into financial trouble with the Internal Revenue Service and made some bad investments that ate into deferred money he had taken up He was on the fourth year of a sevenyear contract that would have paid him this I dont think Ill have any problems with my he They all wore 33 Dor setts number wrist bands at the game and that made me feel Schramm said he can forgive and Dorsetts harsh words about the Cowboys People say things when they are upset that they dont said Getting the boot A Canyon kicking prospect gets his toe into the ball during Thursday afternoons workout at the DERYL CLARK HERALD ZEITUNG Todays workouts will be the first in pads for all three local Dallmann wins 5 medals Dallrnann of New Braunfels brought home five swimming medals from the first World Masters Games earlier this month in In the swimming division of the more than swim mers from 29 countries par They represented 359 swimming and they swam in age groups broken up in five year from 2529 to coach of the New Braunfels Aquatic finished fourth in the 400meter fifth in the 100 sixth in the seventh in the 100 freestyle and seventh in the 50 Medals were awarded for first through eighth Seventynine swimmers competed in Dallmanns 6569 age The oldest swimmers at the meet were an 86yearold woman and an 87yearold man from Ten thousand competitors from 22 countries are taking part in the including a number of former Olympians and world class The theme of the event was Sport for Other events included syn chronized table tennis and water LAGNAF takes state tourney The LAGNAF mens Softball team from New Braunfels won the American Softball Associations Class C State Tournmament in Midland last The local team went through the doubleelimination tournament without a In the tournament LAGNAF defeated McDowell En terprises of Belton and then beat Monahans NippleDp of Monahans LAGNAF then beat Nix Quicksilver of Big Spring Herrin Brothers Electric of Hearne Buds Service of Andrews 109 and Taylors AC of Port Arthur Groves Taylors is the United States Softball Association In the championship LAGNAF beat 745 in nine Eightythree teams played in the Teams from as far away as Brownsville Long road Sports Longhorns looking at tough season AUSTIN AP Texas who havent witnessed a Longhorn losing season in football since may be staring at one this Texas doesnt appear to be as strong as last season when it compiled a 741 the second worst in Fred Akers eight years as head and the 1985 schedule is It includes Stanford and Oklahoma as well as Southwest Conference road games against what Akers considers top 20 teams in Southern Houston and Texas If you like you ought to love and I Akers Akers was criticized last season for allowing Texas to play in the Freedom Bowl at where it was ripped by Iowa but when he was asked if he regretted going to the he said Absolutely A good portion of those players had never been to a bowl game it was their freshman They worked just as hard as those seniors The Longhorns had 20 key players who missed at least one game with injuries in and Akers said those injuries drained Texas Injuries probably were one of the biggest reasons for all the Akers We set records with turnovers 51 that put pressure on our and late in the season we finally had someone attack our which was our pass This even with twotime AllAmerican safety Jerry Gray graduated to the Akers We ex pect our secondary to be better this Weve got more experience coming Ends James Blake Thomas Aldridge and Kip Cooper will be the strength of our defensive said The talent is so thin at defensive that when Akers was asked who would he I couldnt tell This is the first time in maybe 20 yews that we havent had at least one experienced defensive he The except for senior Ty AUert truly a top says be Senior Todd Dodge is projected as the starter at SWC Texas Longhorns quarterback even though he threw a schoolrecord 19 interceptions last Thats a statistic that doesnt tell you the whole said Dodge also completed 100 passes for both of which were school Texas experimented in spring training with an offense of four wide receivers and only one running and Akers Our quarterbacks have been geared to throw on the and we William labeled a great tight end by returns to an offensive line that also has potential all stars in 295pound Gene Chilton and John Freshman redshirt Charles 6foot2 and finished the spring as the 1 and Akers I truly believe a tailback is going to and I truly believe a couple of defensive tackles are going to and linebackers are going to grow up quick I Texas worst season under Akers was 75 in but the Longhorns rebounded to 1011 in and Akers was asked if his 1985 team could duplicate that I always think were going to he Even with aU the obstacles and challenges that we had last I thought we were going to And I think well win this I always   

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