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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 18, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas January NY must find normalcy in fishbowl AP America loves a party and the Super Bowl is always is one of the best bashes around unless you happen to be a player or trying to concentrate of all the football For those whose trip to the NFLs January Thaw is made for not cutting through the hoopla and hype that precedes the kickoff sometimes is one of the biggest The answer to handling the hype is being there a se cond said Bob who quarterbacked three Miami Dolphin Super Bowl It is difficult for a firsttime team and for firsttime Denvers John Elway and New Yorks Phil Simms will find that The first time I played in the Super it was unset The environment is so The the Youre living in a fish You dont make a move that people dont John once a flamboyant defensive lineman with the Oakland knows about When the Raiders played Philadelphia in the 1981 Super Bowl at New Matuszak was observed in midweek sampling Bourbon Streets nightlife at 3 well after That error in judgment cost him and when he was asked to explain his Matuszak of fered a marvelously simple Wednesday he is the Tooz night That explained Griese sort of You have to get out of your room if you want to keep your he You have to get away from the hype and look for some nor Sometimes you cant find Its very and it must be There for the simple matter of We found a restaurant in New Orleans with good close by the that offered a maximum of privacy and a minimum of Griese It was more of a bar than a but it had great They knew us and put us in the out of the We went there three nights in a At least Griese made it into the fresh There were times when Pittsburghs Joe Greene didnt get that far in his four Super Bowl It got bad for me on the Friday and Saturday before the game when the hometown fans show he Thats when you feel the You want to get on with it and you cant get into or out of the They were always It gets pretty It becomes a You wind up staying in your there is the matter of where that room which sometimes is a subject of some Free throw championship set A basketball free throw champion ship for boys and girls ages 11 through 14 will take place on 31 at the New Braunfels High School Contestants compete against others in their own age Age eligibility is determined by the age of the contestant as of The sponsored by the Knights of will run from 1 until Each contestant will shoot 15 con secutive free One boy and one girls in each age group will be the In the event of a a five free throw shootout will take place until a winner is Each boy and girl winner will receive an award along with the op portunity to advance to the district competition on 14 at a site to be named Winners in district may advance to regional and then state Registration will take place at the Knights of Columbus Hall at 111 Lan da Street on from 9 until Entry forms will be provided at the time of There will be no registration on the day of the con All applications for the contest must be made on the official Knights of Columbus entry form on registra tion a signature is required along with a birth For more contact Wayne Korpi at Briefly Soccer awards day fet for Monday The New Braunfels Youth Soccer will present trophies at the Civic Center beginning at 7 All players will receive a For more information call Charlotte Drury at Rec Department offers Panther hike The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is offering a hike up Panther Canyon on 24 at There is a fee and all ages are For more information contact Mark Peltier at Three teams tie in Elks Lodge tourney Three teams tied for first place in the Elks Lodge golf tournament on The team of Mike Sarah Delashmutt and Millie Hanson tied the team of Bill Bill Andy Lazarine and the team of Mike Jack John Reisbig and Maxine Reisbig for first Tied for fourth place was the team of Mer Gene Ma Fox and Linda Kinney and the team of Dave Bill Virgie Van Kleef and Lyle Kirk made the longest putt and Betty Drummand was nearest the Nearest to the center of fairway drives was won by Sarah Delashmutt and Charlie NBHStohave AllSports Banquet New Braunfels High School All Sports Booster Club will sponsor its annual fall banquet at 7 on 22 at the Civic ffThe banquet will honor members of the and cross country along with the cheerleaders and Unicorn Tickets are and can be obtained from Coach Jim Streety and Lukes Drive Inn on Loop The public is Blue C team has tryouts Tryouts for the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Club C select team will take place at on Sunday at the New Braunfels High School soccer All youth soccer players born in the year 1975 are invited to try For more contact Bob Thrift at Wallyball league now forming There will be a managers meeting for the spring wallyball league at 7 Tuesday at The Athletic Anyone interested in playing must attend the For more contact The Athletic Club at Weight training program underway Weight training for women is being offered through the NBISD Com munity The class meets on Mondays and Wednesdays from 7 until 8 at the New Braunfels High School Field The instructor is Jen nifer The cost of the class is For more call the Community Education office at 620 Aerobics classes starts new sessions A new session of Aerobics Plus is under continuing through These classes are offered in cooperation with the NBISD Com munity The cost is for an unlimited number of Low Impact Aerobics will be of fered Wednesdays and Fridays from until at as well as Tuesdays and Thursdays from until at Lone Star A baby sitter is Another Low Impact Aerobics class will be offered Wednesdays and Fridays from 9 until 10 with a Power Workout Weight Training class from 10 until at the Startzville Community BRADZOIL 10 Minute Oil Change Mission at Landa 6250401 Free Pickup Delivery for Oil Radiator Back Flush or State Inspection Within City Mmlts While youre shopping at KMART pick up something for your health Spinal Screening to see if your health problems may be spinal related Saturday Sunday at Kmart in New Braunf by Richardson Chiropractic Clinic Okoye scores 4 TDs to lead South squad AP Chris tian a Little All American from Azusa scored four secondhalf touchdowns as the South downed the North 4238 in the Senior Bowl allstar football game Okoyes first three scores came on 1yard runs and he later put the game out of reach with a 6yard touchdown with left in the game to offset a North touchdown in the closing a 244pound Nigerian who had never seen a football un til he arrived at the California school on a track scholarship in scored his first two touchdowns within a span of four minutes following thirdquarter pass interceptions by Johnny Holland of Texas and John Little of His second score put the South ahead but the North regain ed the lead 3128 on a 6yard run by Dana Wright of Findlay with left in the third The South then marched 80 yards to its winning score that came on Okoyes 1yard run with left in the played in intermittent light The leading got Okoyes icing touchdown after the North failed to convert on two straight attempts to get one yard at its own turning the ball over on The Souths other touchdowns came on a 10yard pass from Mike Shula of Alabama to Rod Bern stine of Texas and on a 47 yard scamper by Mississippi States Don voted the games Most Valuable after catching a screen pass from Cody Carlson of Oregons Chris Miller threw two touchdown passes in the first half to help the North to a 2414 an 8yarder to Paul Jokisch of Michigan and a 22yarder to Jon Embree of Greg Davis of The Citadel kick ed a 22yard field goal in the first quarter and Michigans Jim Har baugh hit Embree with a 40yard touchdown pass five seconds before half Miller hit Jokisch with a 31yard scoring pass with 20 seconds re after the North recovered the onside Miller threw incomplete twice at the end of the V Winter Coupon Days 26 Save off Our Regular Low Prices with These 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