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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 24, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Texas Let UB have faith that right makes and in that faith let us to the end dare to do our duty as we understand it Abraham Lincoln December replacing the StarSpangled see below O pinions editor and General Manager Managing Editor Guest viewpoint Peace was secured at terrible cost Andy Rooney Sometimes football shouldnt betaken so seriously Notre Dame has just fired its foot ball Colleges fire football coaches the same way a president fires a cabinet The coach is called in and told hell be resigning in the The college or the president then accepts the resignation with reluc saying what a good joh the coach or cabinet member has Notre Dame takes football serious Its Gerry was fired because his teams didnt win enough Father Hesburg doesnt like to hear it but Notre Dame is better known for its football team than for its academic That is also true of universities like Georgia and probably Penn Some of them have good academic programs but they have never rank ed 1 in academic as their football teams have in Football at those colleges in rela tion to other schools is better than the education Alabama might beat Columbia several hundred to nothing on the football field but it seems likely the reverse would be true in the When a school football team wins more than half the games it plays over a period of 10 to 20 with rivals the same size and roughly equivalent in academic excellence or lack of the probably someones It isnt because the team has always had a great A great coach can make a dif ference but an average coach will win three or four game against a great coach in 10 given more or less the same caliber Im n6t high ongreat Too often their greatness has been directed toward attracting the best players and then holding the total at tention of the players to the exclusion of any other interest they might like Not many players on any of the top teams in the country have much time to study anything but especially if they play for a great Joe Paterno is a great coach and seems to have a genuine concern for his players at Penn State but football is not a game for college students aj that A lot of great coaches are a pain in the Vince Lombard was a great coach but he never should have Win ning isnt its the only Thats a terrible thing to tell young men who should be playing a game to have a good Winning is more fun but it isnt the only Inasmuch as half the peo ple playing a game are going to be its wrong to suggest the game isnt worth playing for its own If companies fired executives as quickly as colleges and professional football teams fire thered be a lot more changes at If colleges fired teachers the way they fire the academic ranks would be I suspect there are quite a few pro fessors at Notre Dame who arent as good at their jobs as Gerry Faust was at The only difference is th they do their work in private at the end of the they dont have to have a wonlost record for the alumni to Part of the problem ishat theres too much emphasis on national rank Im a football fan but Im irritated with newspaper sports sections that pay more attentions to a team representing a college miles away because its undefeated than it does to a local college when the team has only won two out of five I couldnt care less whether Oklahoma beats Oklahoma land The holiday season is a time when we celebrate Too often we that peace must sometimes be secured at a terrible As chairman of the Veterans Land I have the privilege of work Ing with and for our Texas Veterans who have paid the price for the Iran quility we enjoy this holiday Lest we forget the sacrifices of our Texas join me in remembering what Christmas was like for some of those who served in war Yeah I remember Bob Hope came down with all the Gold Diggers 15 beautiful women to our base at Camp home of the 101st was the furtherest North that Bob Hope less than 200 miles from the DMZ demilitarized They brought in all the infantry from the disarmed everybody and took us to the Bob Hope was up there with all the Gold Diggers it was a really great show then afterwards we had a I was a pretty good It wasnt raining for a This was for Gary who was a specialist fourth class repairing He now owns his own motorcycle shop in We were out in the field during the holidays on search and destroy mis We did have Christmas din thanks to the They sports fans in Oklahoma City but I want to know what our local team did even if Oklahoma is ranked 7 na tionally and my team is If I lived in Oklahoma I wouldnt have much interest in the University of Its a good thing thay dont fire col umnists the way they fire football with turkey and all the We even got a can of beer that This was for Medal of Honor winner Clarence Sasser of who now works with his fellow Vietnam Veterans at the Veterans Ad ministration Center as a We spent in the Bean Patch in I was a tent city set up for the first Marine and they did have hot which was a welcome relief after Killer was next and we were going to recapture the land that we had been swept out of by the We left by sea from the port nearest and they took the ones that didnt have to be hospitaliz they took us down to this tent city we called Bean patch because it was a bean They let us rest up and eat hot we had some Christmas I have some crumbledup cookies that were mail ed to me they had been sitting In the post office until we got back from We chopped down some of those scrubby old trees and made Christmas There was a lot of snow on the as I Spirits were a hell of a lot higher than they were in the Chosin It was a pretty good This was for Robert a private first class in one of the sur vivors of the Battle of where half of marines died marching back to the sea under the onslaught of Chinese Communists in Harlan now owns Austin Screen We went to an orphans home and got some took them home and kept them for four or five We did that for three Christmas That was quite We en joyed that very We even started an orphans home when we found 16 kids under a This was for Wallace Hopkins Hopkins also recall ed World War when he spent 18 months in In World War we would save all our rations we could and go around and give them to the kids because they didnt have any thing you This was Season greetings from the Texas Veterans Land Board and the General Land James Kilpatrick Lets the StarSpangled Banner WASHINGTON Caldwell Tit a professor of music at Brandeis is promoting a smashingly good He wants to dump The Star Spangled Banner as our national anthem and to replace it with America the Let us hear three chears and a tig gerforTitcomb Writing in the New the professor makes a convincing Item one Our national anthem isnt as hallowed as people think it Contrary to popular The StarSpangled Banner has been the nations official song only since Item two Our anthem isnt even our The music was written by an John Stafford as a drinking song for Londons Anacreon How members managed to sing unless they were roaring is a for that brings us Item three The song is the sopranos of the Mormon Tabernacle Choir can make A tenor from the Metropolitan Opera can get to the rockets red but 99 percent of the American trying to reach the land df the will collapse along the Look at the music If you try the Banner in the range is from mid dle C on the south to the G12 notes the If you try it in two you down to a Bflat and up to an unreachable By America the Beautiful ranges only from the D above middle C to the fruited plain on the E that is little more than an oc tave America the Beautiful is a homegrown product music my Samuel lyrics by Katherine Lee Item four If you think the Ban ners music is look at the All the As it is commonly with only the first The StarSpangled Banner is the worlds only national anthem that ends with a question Does the banner still wave In the succeeding three verses the verses that are almost never sung the question is answered af but it is answered in verse that would make a teacher of English The HeraldZeitung welcomes the opinions of its and were happy to publish letters to the All letters to the editor should be signed and authorship must be verifiable by Anonymous letters will not be Mailbag policy Send your letter to New Braunfels Drawer New Braunfels Letters may also be hand delivered to the newspaper offices at 186 5TKEICHUMO THAW WW Your representatives Phil Gramm United States Senate Washington 20610 Mark White Governors Office Room 200 8taw Capitol Texas 78701 John Traeger Texaf Senate Capitol Station Texas 79711 Uoyd United States Senate Room 240 Russell 20510 Tom Loeffler House of Representatives 1212 Longworth House Office Bldg 20616 Edmund Kuempej Texas House of Representatives Box 2919 Texas MUc Sweeney Guadalupe County House of Representatives 20616   

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