New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, December 31, 1987, Page 7

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December 31, 1987

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 31, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Mora, White take top NFL honors Herald-Zeitung New Braunfels Texas Thursday December 31 1987 Page 7 NKW YORK (AP) Jim Mora, who coached the New Orleans Saints to their first winning season and first playoff berth ever, was named today the NFL Coach of the Year by The Associated Press Mora, whose Saints finished 12-3 for the second best record in the league was a run away winner in the voting by three sports writers and sport sc asters representing each of the 28 NFL teams He got 76 of the 84 votes Bill Walsh of San Francisco got four votes. Hon Meyer of Indianapolis got three and Man l^evy of Buffalo with one got the other votes Mora, who won two of the I'SFI.'s three cham ptonships as coach of the Philadelphia Baltimore Stars took over the Saints last year after having his choice of all four head coaching positions va cant that year He chose New Orleans largely because of its new general manager. Jim Finks After going 7 9 last season. New Orleans won its last nine regular season games this year, and will host the NFC wild-card game Sunday The Saints would have won any other division in the league with their record, but had the misfortune of play mg in the NFC West where San Francisco finish ed with an NFL best mark of 13-2 Eagles' White defensive MVP PHILADELPHIA AP “I just thank God for the opportunity." Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Heggie White said after The Associated Press named him the NFL defensive player of the year The 290 pound White, a part-time Baptist minister when not sacking quarterbacks and stop ping runners he is sometimes called “the Minister of Defense admitted he wasn't too surprised Wednesday night when the honor was announced White, who was was just one shy of tying the National Football League record of 22 quarterback sacks despite only playing 12 games in the strike-shortened season, was a runaway winner of the award receiving 63 votes from sportscasters and broadcasters Runnerup was defensive end Bruce Smith of the Buffalo Bills, who got IO votes followed by linebacker Fred Young of Seattle w ith three Scoreboard On the air THURSDAY I 30 pm    College    football    Gator Bowl LSC vs South (arolina KENS 7pm College football Bluebonnet Bowl Pittsburgh vs Texas KRET 7pm College basketball Vanderbilt vs Kentucky. ESPN FRIDAY II a rn — College football Citrus Bowl Penn State vs Clemson KSA! 12 pm    College    football    Fiesta Bowl Nebraska vs Florida state KMOL 12 30 p rn    ( ollege    football    Cotton Bow! Notre Dame vs Texas AAM KF'.NS Bowl Syracuse vs Auburn KSAT 3 30 p m College football Rose Bowl Michigan State vs CSC KMOL 7pm ( ollege football Orange Bowl Miami vs Oklahoma KMOL Local sports 2 30 p rn Collage football Sugar THURSDAY It a rn Girls Basketball Medina Valiev at Smithson Valiev frosh JY var sity Saturday 5pm Boys Basketball Canyon at Smithson Valiev frosh JV varsity HllllllllllllllllllllllimilllllllHllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltllllllllllllllMllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllH    1111111111 It 11 ll 1111 ll 11 I I 4A      _  lllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllMlllllltllllllllltlllilllltlllllllllllllllllllllllllll}|||||||||||ltlMnfTOnill,IIIIIHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIfllllllHliliMHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIMMIIHillllllll Hunting enthusiast finds little amusement in fishing By DAVID HERRELL Outdoors Writer Editor s Note a few days ago the Hernia Zeitunq rn ter viewed Mr Coed EarbuMer whose hunting expertise has been acclaimed throughout the entire community of Shatter Texas M I located Mr Farbusfer rn the bar ot a (ake side lodge H J. Crood afternoon Mr Farbuster F vervone said you d probably be in the lounge CF lit there 11 / ll looks like vou re having a liquid lunch \re v«*u a he av v drinker'’ F Certainly not I only weigh loo pounds H / V our skills as a hunter are well known hut I (1>.in t know you were also fond of fishing cf I m not Hunting is m> game That ' a joke "on Hunting game (.et it' ll." oh yes very dryer VA ell lf you don t like fishing what are you doing here on the lake CF I he family pitched in and bought me this pole and reel for Christmas I promise! them I d use it some H / I ll bet you were surprise! when they presented vou w ‘th the gift CF I sure was I wantel a shotgun Ii / That rod is an Cg!} ''tick i I \ ou t an v,iy that again That s th** ugliest thing I ev rf vjx ti / I meant that s the brand name of the rttd b IF it an F agle tee; 11 F ogle s nest is more like ii That tangled mes* looks like an explosion in a spaghetti factory Ii 7. Now that you ve had a couple of days on the lake perhaps you can contrast the two sports of hun ting and fishing Aren t they similar in mam way" CF Not so s you can tell it ii 7 Could you give me an example CF VSell for one thing hunting has a lot more action to it H 7 \ ou re saying that fishing is relatively slow .n comparison to hunting” CF No doubt about it Why this morning I sat in a boat bobbing up and down like a cork for nearly an bour before I got a bite VS hen I hauled it in it wax only a four pound bass And half of that was guts and bone H 7 I suppose an hour is a long lime to w,h? Bv the way let me congratulate you on the* ten point buck you bagged in W yoming CF Thank' Now you talk about action’ That was pure excitement ii 7 I ell me about t F V ou -WX- I had days before the seas*. bucks in the hill' and an alfalfa field VV ell routed this ranch for a couple < opened I discovered a band of hey had a trail leading down to I bout half way down the filii w.i-a big pile of boulders I positioned my self among them where I could ye the trail without tying veers ii 7 I supp«.se you got your buck in short order VUU k action so to speak CF Not exactly Just tyfore opening morning the i started The bucks were fooling around with the does and wouldn t come down ii 7 What did vou do ’ CF There was no telling when they would decide to move so I just made myself comfortable and waited Late the next afternoon a buck finally sneaked down the trail That was my ten pointer H Z You sat on a pile of rocks for two days waiting for a deem” CF' I don I know how the time passed so quickly You could just feel the tension building by the minute Now with fishing it s all you can do to stay awake between bites HZ What other comparisons can you make between hunting and fishing CF Well there s this thing of the fish being in the water How can you catch anything you can t see” HZ I'm sure that s not Ilk** your Montana elk hunt last fall V ou can see for milev m those mountains CF lh yeah Opening morning I was out long before daybreak Dark as the inside of a grizzly Got to get em early you know rose you had a magni H 7 But as soon as the cent view ” « F lh sort a Just as a littu* gray light was peeking over the ridge a fog rolled in That soup wav so thick you couldn ! find your butt with both hands ii 7 so you wallet! until the fog lifted to take your elk CF tine ire i sn t going any w nen that stuff So I sat back against a Tee and took it eas1 It wasnt more than ten minutes until I heard this snort I looked up and there was this huge black hulk coming 'traight toward me through a fog so thick you couldn t cut it with a knife I barely had time to terk u my gun and fire from the hip Got him right in the brisket I was lucky that buck didn t trample me H Z I can understand how you prefer your quarry out in the open rather than hidden underwater Mr Farbuster could you give me one last contrast between hunting and fishing” CF' You bet Fishing s too expensive Costs a lot more than hunting H Z For instance” CF Yesterday a feller told me he paid $8 duo for a used boat Now boy that's big money Not to mention those big motors, trailers boxes full of baits and lures They don t give away those rods and reels either ii 7 So you re saying that hunting doesn t require such a large capital outlay Incidentally I understand you just recteved your latest custom rifle CF I'm mighty proud of that little 270 Premium barrel Sako action custom trigger the works I even had an engraver put $800 worth of scroll on the bolt handle and reliever I'm going to take it to Africa next year H Z You re going on safari” CF' Yeah business must be pretty slow over there I got this 14-day hunt for only SllLouo A steal at today s prices ii 7 Well that certainly makes your point about expenses Mr Farbuster I want to thank you for sharing your Knowledge and expertise with me today How can I ever express my appreciation” CF Boy you can begin by picking up the bar tab I ve already blown enough on this fishing trip to pay for a good huntFishing Report w pm Hi 6 ap to 3 fifth ital! whit*- J |k* ur*1 sth kupv att) hr ated en * t attkftf) gift* iv rr* an! . C a** » oh •» «■* &*«©•• n<>. mal tx <• v po*. ’Mf* on t»«< |l(« [tea< ai Arg. tai I . r t> * « CM - a I    m    ' rn ii ta* vt. >*% m **> man.    I    pow    I o«v rn if* no rn t in .Se app** e*sd a* *s« i«xe •**,.* haw good to I pour*At to et •• vt* p*' boa* pet Man 0 laiet *ng Cn«e« &»**♦» t c att.vt* gooa t» I po-nAt on th. imp and a. gnu * *•*».% ant* rod and 're* Numb*' pi *>v»te. men Arp.nr • ni» *• PKX up tpttoo np th* ho*.Aa * V 11 BH* * NS I R F F k W ate*, .ar r ai nriuxlOv it* * nrit vi» Jrgrrrs tx*fttta tests I a* ft have goal lo ll (a na leis a th st err ai w ! fir < 7 puufh! 'ar.gr attn h arm taught afft! mlraxrel (XT. 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Jan 2 through Jan ii t omul County is in the central zone Customers have foam resifting a good number of doves in th. area said Mike* antu Withoff owner of Ikx. sGuns Mourning Hive limits are the same as during the fall    Ti pc1 with no more than 24 rn possession on multi dav hunts 'shooting flour one half hour tiefore sunrise to sunset t »ther seasons still in pr*‘grt*ss include deer and turkey until sur quail until F eh .’8 and due k geese and i • *•(' except high plains in Texas until Jan IT ALA* IDS W att Ck eau hen Vary a couple Ut to 28 lh* the intra aw a hut ot potholes sos lit the sa AR VV r day s are hi ay Wes Jig! a1 tm* very ac lead jointed H«ir.h iapaias redfisfi * tabards Go las plentiful chou a fI re h .-hart reuse ie* of sh hut not > itsh the at ST 5U ti a few nen out TH sAHiNF It due Sc ftshrrn pftMll I tref lim* IR VV Is Water clear no degrees it l#v-t >* r>i.M k I aw very *<■«! to 2.* fish p. i twat (ti day to Ik im tirs or 4 pounds an t ack and hroan pig and Jig 4 Hah pi hi. am ms st t ipri idem to 12 pxiunds un ahitr jig aith prarlv grub trailer aroutMl I akra av in JU feet of a afer c rap ri« lair around duxk* arid marinax near ake*av on minnow* ahitr has* vat lei rd aith vane small fist. uniter V* k* ratfish stoa COAS I Ai • (UNF I ABF Bedikah stoa in (Im * atelung it tea vjars ft* to hart reuse touts an*l ihartreu t 'ulpnt aorms m n.u*tdv a afer a f« drum to ♦ puumts on .lead shrimp no is t ait shrimp * hunt rg r.v a ■*! «* limit* of pintails and gad a as.* fairly re thud nullifiers of green a mg ti ti irs t marsh aking aith a fair nun,!**! of rn there mallards Waters %. ghtlv off to) •tar to higr. airftts water fair Iv I gf r. t matsZies ahu ft ha* firer. viewing th*' tlu hunting «. Al A F-> TX 'N s* altered spr* k* to pounds aith an orc asionai limit th Of ta Bayou and l-akt- Madrime a tea trout a mil Isl. at the a arm a atef div harge Hat UH    xxrttie    v attern!    trout    along north suit of    West Bac    around Gres t ut some trout along south shot el int F ast Bay nu limits most ut (hr fish caught    un straatierrv    root    teer snuWe    Kelley    W oglers    aith    tire i sherpsZkrad plentiful along jetties groins and piers ai**) small drum ____ * hit mg in the same area v uttered sand trout in the ship i flannels no oitsMirr ac tivuv .Kit lo high ainds a huh flus alv Juan on bay fistung teal widgts-n some pintail Bucks the ubiquito is shoveller and some mallards limits fairly ra*v g'xise hunting has improved good numtiers of snows ( a na dos spec kie tellies hard lo come bv th .ii; •. is ft and cut and with ami -©©-P. trnicA iSharpenms; 2shop (O’ QM»»wtTt bHftBPfKNG SfRv Ct I ANH HAStOtO own*! 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