New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 2, 1987, Page 10

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 02, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Page TOA Herald Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Sunday. August 2. 1987SWC coaches looking forward to new start this season DALLAS Al’ riu* Southwest I onterenee has reached its lowest point in .to years hut Baylor Loach < * rant Teat! sass the problems have spurred a new canun adet ie among the conterence's nine schools \bout 1.200 people gathered in the I Iv alt Kegenc\ Hotel Friday tor the annual SU L football tucket I 'luncheon and to Honor the IWV FTF SWC \cademic Honor learn T hree loot ball players trout each team were honored on the academic squad and two other top players teem each SWC team also were introduced \tter talks et tradition and com petitiveness T'ealt analyzed the good that has come et the scandals and \' AA investigations that have plagued the conterence Die last two or three years without doubt were the low point of tm to ye.it s ut coaching in terms ol negative publicity investigations ill will I ester mg all around I ('att said But iii the past six months I noticed it atter football season really I have begun to -muse a very positive tee!mg about a lot ut tilings. Ie,tit said T his group et coaches que camaraderie and unlike any I ve ever seen mg I haven t felt iii the t 'onterenee in many > ears Kach coach showed a 2 video video highlight Ulm on his school s BISI. football season and then spoke briefly about his prospects tor PWT We accomplished everything we wanted to during the spring We have a lot ol tine young players return mg s.od Ken llallield whose \rkansas Kn/orbacks are preseason favorites to win the (onterenee and represent th*1 sW( in the tot ton Bow I lhe worst tiling that can t to a learn like tin These guys kno lie,hist leady we si championship. Hatfield addt I'eatt said Las! tall vv some ot the best shots w tired Now we have a lot cart ridges Iv mg around W < get them ready tor the next so the order et the dav is then gel ready to net 1 I'eatt added ’Oui big change wi! be at quarterback We have had tot tour veats conslstentlv great plav (rom tom Mi We ta has a lint closeness It s a I eel Southwest ' minute comp they n 11 batt! tppen icency g( M M I tot the v tired ever Vc got ti diootolit > reload mg int adv ( a now a l l so play el s and seai v .lack 11 head co,I years ot said colli Ive! hilt I ve inter it leu ire st\ | i hit ■nttiusi se and linn an n lias head but said the conterence race should be w ide open, especially since Aggie quarterback Kevin Murray gave up his senior year to go into professional football. Sherrill praised Craig Stump, who backed up Murray. and said the ques lion he is asked by sportswriters is whether treshman sensation I.alice Cavies will take over now that Mur i av is gone It Lance Davies becomes our starting quarterback, then we will win a lot of games, because* this man here Stump is a great quarterback himself I don't think Lance will beat Stump out. tint it he does we ll be back rn the Cotton Bowl. I can tell you that." Sherrill said Texas coach David Mi Williams a I agt line assistant w ho coached Texas Tech last year and then was hired to return to FT as head coach, said Iii1 will run the same offense at Texas that lit* did with tilt* Bed Haulers Formation-wise, things are not going to be much different, and the running game vv ill be the same as the ast two or three veals The (tit terenee will be the emphasis on the passing, even though Texas threw the ball a great deal last year." McWilliams said We're going out with the idea of starting out the game throwing the ball and forcing the other team to have to stop our throwing game first which we think it we do well enougn. it ll open up our running game. he '.lid "As opposed to going out and ’tinning the ball and then starting to throw Texas Christian coach Jim Wacker, who went from riches to tags after booting seven players oft tile teams for recruiting violations. said bes looking forward to this season, when several of the Frogs v *ry best players will be back atter redshift mg last season, when TCI w ere on probation "We faced as much adversity the past two seasons as I ve ever heard of Wacker said "It s time to put all the garbage from the last couple ol years behind us move on and start winning again It s important tilt* football program at TCI gets pointed ,irnt then names but imallv .ill the plav cr** know mv name he quipped We bait a renew(»d v isioii renew cd excitement on oui campus I lee! verv much that our players will Im* a tm ce to be reckoned with Hermit ''•ini I think It ains that don't lake us seriously may bo surprised I ex,is \.X v| roach .bakie Mid rill alter two < onseeutive appt ai onces m the Cotton Bowl said his team doe'ii t have to prove Itself all v moi e Performance Proven in America’s Hottest Climate Look!! Cream of the crop1 Friedrich High Efficiency ROOM AIR CONDITIONERS ■ Quality built for years of dependable service ■ Whisper-quiet operation ■ Costs y hi less’ operate EER s up to 12.0 ll*, oui together better r?ET.g Cm UA DA ■ C O M A 86Buick Skylark Beige Kl.(Mio Miles $8,995 85 Celebrity Convertable Silver. 12.000 Miles    $    I    1,500 84 Chev.Z-28 Blue. i)2.ooo .Miles $7,295 83 Olds Toronado White 29.000 Miles. Loaded $9,595 86S-104WD Extended Cab PU Brown Gold 11.000 Miles    Demo 86 Astro Passenger Van ^, 0 ,w,r Dark Red, 21 .OOOAbles $15,990 Cond Selection In addition to those listed- Over 35 in stock Krueger Chevrolet :W(> W. San Antonio St. Downtown sew Braunfels N B. 625 3451    S    A    658    7051 back in the right direction And I think it will New Texas Tech coach Spike Dykes captured the crowd quickly, introducing himself as an old country boy and telling a couple of stories in his West 'Texas draw I He's got one ot tin* conference's most exciting players in receiver punt returner 'Tyrone Thurman, a > toot 3. ITO pound player who was described last year as the smallest major college football player in the I tilted States "(Hi. tie s bigger now I tykes said "He gained four pounds this year and he's up to A 21« so we feel like be ll end nj) tieing one of those normal sized guys before long He hopes to make the Bed Raiders competitive he said We don't have a ton of depth hut we do have some balance and we’ve got some balance We've got some speed so certainly I think we've got a chance to tx* decent Dvkessaid We Wish to thank all those individuals, businesses and clubs who helped and supported The New Braunfels National Little League this year That s Entertainment Comal Flower Shot) Gaston s Hair& Skin ('are < enter M & M .Jewelers New Braunfels National Bank Krogers Kckards < )pa s Ilaus I lick Koegle Insurance Winn's Store No I W inn s Store No 3 I .anda Pharmacy Kentucky Fried < bn ken I omal Bow I M Bank Mi I Jonald s I T//a I Int Banda Station Restaurant New Braunfels Smoke IT use ( Mna s Sa usa ce I Luis Sehlitterbalin Texas ( oinmcrce Bank I .ow c’s New Braunfels Furnitun \ Matte Comal Saddlery ,x Western Weal I almadia* Jewelers Nu k s Spt >rt IM. ll I I .urk's T iii nit iii i I si» I n ( otirdv (Min .* K Mart i olemai * "inpam Im T ll 'I I- odd al Sav mrs A I ...if; I >tl ITiimbuu Bom* hanoi The At (ioept Jewelers (Mino s ( (instruction Ingram Beady-Mix Ibilker Brothers I) \ M Sen ices Breakfast I .ion's ('bib T ri-County Signs (tptismist (Tub (T envvelge Plumbin. t Houri Hit/teldci Buildci New Braunfels I aiotx I n.p.cn New Braunfels I ravel I'mestoN I )esiens Doeppensehnndt's Funeral Hem* I bu; W ebb Instil am « Cd > Sikes Flectrio Sail \ntonio Sav im Mabry F.ntci pi iz» s Punter,C> Pizza Knights of < olumbu.* \rby s Boast Boot Iv ( itv Pharma* y Wendt ii \ S' a W alinit I ’bannat y Ducky’s I -Shirt Sin. I Tear Sprin. 'I att ( hurch's Fried » Im The Blinders I .anda < oiffui es Balloon W orks Pat s Plat. ( odden ' Bant ti Hoi K Bolis ot New Brai l h. I’m tun St *w Bett v FT VV. S' I \ D an \ 'tam ant- Natl ell* < lilt Natl.ma \ Ideo 4 imhIs Mum < I- i. un W New Bl (TS if    > ; i<>> *z<>T    >f Our representatives are calling... It we miss you, and you re interested in advertising, Please Deadline Wed., Aug. 19. Herald-Zeitung 625-9144 SPEED KNOW YOUR Maximum legal speed for cars SPEED LIMIT motorcycles commercial buses LIMIT 65 and light trucks in rural zones ot Interstate designated highways only \ J ID in LIMITS... Still the maximum legal speed permitted in most highway /ones ...it’s to your safety advantage. 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