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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 3, 1980, New Braunfels, Texas Sports 1930 Coaches return to school in Houston By DAVID KING Sports Editor They dont call it a school for The annual Texas High School Coaches Association Coaching School in Houston has all the elements of your typical highlyregarded It has a scholastic where experts speak on an assortment of It has football and the students dont get to It has a placement where students looking for jobs find em ployers looking for and vice versa It has the typical distractions of including athletic events and the bright lights of the big Twentysix coaches from the New Braunfels area attended at least part of the fiftieth annual school last week in Houstons Astrohall along with approximately coaches from around the The amassed coaches heard experts on seven different ranging from Ohio State football coach Earle Bruce to Hays girls basketball coach Joan Most of the interest was on the football and just by the sheer force of numbers of the only about 500 were Bruce talked on the Ohio State said Jim New Braunfels head football NBISD athletic director and a member of the THSCA Board of Come to think all those guys talked on Streety All those guys included University of Pittsburgh coach Jackie Plainview High School coach Greg McAllen High School coach Charlie Williams and University of Delaware coach Tubby It was Raymond who attracted much of Streetys attention during the football Tubby Raymond is really an in novator with the old wingT offense its really fantastic the things he does with Streety Streety is going to try to do something with it as well this adding a series from Raymonds of fense to the Unicorns I formation But while the football experts talked there wasnt much displayed at the annual NorthSouth high school allstar football which the South won Theyve got to find a way to generate more Streety The problem in football is that you bring in guys for a and they only get three good days of Its really difficult to get a smoothly operating offense in three so as a result the defense usually he And This years game was the third straight with a 76 There were a lot of mistakes he The basketball game was also filled with turnovers and missed But there was a bunch of good looking kids there I could use some of them Streety There have always been good looking prospects at the including Earl Campbell Joe Washington Pete Lammons 1961 and Pat Thomas all of whom have gone on to careers in professional And before there were also some good looking coaching prospects from colleges around the including Mississippi State head coach Darrell Royal Bud Wilkinson Paul Bryant better known as the 1956 and Bible Since high school coaches from around the state have been elected to coach the Streety has been nominated to coach the South with the election scheduled for the regional meetings in But coaches looking for a more mundane job also have a place at the Pete a coach at Canyon High said that one of the major aims during the Its a place to look for new jobs they had a board with over items on and in one he It was But not crowded at least for Rivas said the school did not find the basketball coach it needed during the and Streety noted that many more positions were open than were There were 800 coaching vacancies at the end of coaching school at all Streety Theres fixing to develop a real shortage of coaches and But that didnt seem to dampen the enthusiasm of the coaches Rivas said he enjoyed the week because he got to meet with old friends See Page 6B Golfers head into final day of tourney Feranado Gutierrez championship flight of the eagle onthe400New Braunfels city golf yard fifth hole Saturday en being held route to the lead in the at Landa Park Golf Gutierrez holed out from 170 yards with a arid wound up with a 68 on the Combined with his first two rounds of Gutierrez has a 204 total and a twoshot lead over Doug Douglas going into Sundays final who had rounds of 66 and 68 last fired a 72 Final round play begins Sunday a Both Douglas and Gutierrez are pulling away from the pack in the championship as thirdplace Jim Hill has a 707374217 and fourth place Leonard Tuch has 72 Cliff Nelson held onto the lead in the first flight with a net 76 to add to rounds of 70 and 63 for a Henry May moved into first in the second flight with a net 70 to give him a 210 Ed Langham held onto the lead in the third flight with a net 205 Charlie Smith trails Nelson by only one stroke in the first flight after a 72 Nelson had led by five strokes after the first two Perry Gibson is third at 736574 212 and Gerald Crossland fourth with In the second Len who led after the first two is second With He is tied with who has John Ballard is fourth ar In the third Felix Robles made up six strokes on the leader to trail by only four at He has shot rounds of and Randy Clayton is third at 212 687668 and Dwane Jewell fourth at 214 7073 Cliff Nelson watches the flight of the ball after a shot during city golf championship Nelson I is the leader in the first flight with one round left to play Nelson fired a net 76 for a 209 Fiftyfive golfers are participating in the which is sponsored by the New Braunfels Golf Tarnished Olympiad Moscow games conclude Sunday MOSCOW AP The Games of the XXII the first held in a communist draw to a close on Sunday with the Soviet team reaping a golden harvest that will always be somewhat tarnished by the boycott that weakened the As a major international sports the summer Games Thirtyfive world records were one fewer than at Montreal in Teams came from 81 countries and the Russians put on a if somewhat But a constant refrain among Muscovites throughout the Games What a shame the Americans are not The Soviet team smashed the existing records for most gold medals and most total medals won at an After with only a few equestrian events left on the Soviets had won a total of 196 including 80 The old records were the 125 total they won at Montreal in 1976 and the 50 golds the Soviet team won at Munich in But when those records appear in the books they will most likely be followed by a small asterisk that will footnote a series of major problems The Soviet intervention in President Carters call for a boycott and the absence of teams from 36 the that went on with one sidetrying to put together a boycott and the other trying to salvage the the Olympics were reasonably free of Perhaps the thorniest question that arose was whether the American flag would be raised at Sundays closing The International Olympic along with the local organizing has sole responsibility for the conduct of the And the IOC is a stickler for its own An IOC rule calls for three flags to fly at the closing flag of birthplace of the ancient the flag of the host country and the flag of the country to host the next But the 1984 Games are going to be in Los Angeles and the White House made it clear it did not want an American flag raised at these Instead the city flag of Los Angeles will be MOSCOW his right hand strangely still won his third Olympic heavyweight championship Saturday to The distant Cuban became the first boxer to win three gold medals in the same weight division with a lacklustre decision over Pyotr Zaev of the Soviet The proSoviet crowd whistled and stomped its and several Western journalists thought Zaev had But thefive judges scored it 41 Stevensons third title climaxed an awesome display of power and finesse by the Cuban eight of whom were in the Six of them Seven of the host Soviets went after titles and only one Sabyrov in a 32 decision over a Cuban for the 106pound swimmers beat gold medal times AP Six of the eight qualifiers Saturday for the finals in the mens 100meter butterfly at the United States Swimming Championships bettered the gold medal winning time of the 1980 Par Arvidsson of who attends the University of swam at the In the qualifying at the Heritage Park Aquatic American record holder Joe Bottom led the list with Following the American record holder from Walnut Creek were Jim Steve Joes from Santa Ana Matt Florida high school champ from and Bill Joe a University of Southern California graduate who won a silver medal at the 1976 will be swimming in the finals Saturday night with Republican presidential candidate Ronald Reagan in the Reagan was scheduled to present trophies to the win ners of both the mens and womens butterfly event and give a short Joe seemed more interested that his brother reached the Im really When the United States boycotted the Olympic Games in Moscow because of Russias intervention in these championships took on added One group of winners will earn a trip to China and other top finishers will compete in Mary the 15 yearold world record holder from qualified third for the finals in the womens 100 butterfly but was Already having lowered her world record in the she said this time I didnt go for a I didnt do anything spec I just went out to Had the United States and most of them swum the times at Moscow that they have they would would have won 8 11 silvers and 4 One of the most amazing silver medal breaking times came in the mens 800meter freestyle relay where the Florida Aquatic team of lowered its meet record to At the Russians won in but East Germany took the silver in American League Roundup Red Sox shut out 1 0 By the Associated Press ARLINGTON Rookie left hander Bob Ojeda won his first major league game Saturday combining with Bob Stanley for an eight hit 10 shutout over the Texas went six allowing five striking out four and walking He gave up a leadoff bunt single to Mickey Rivers in the first inning and a pair of singles in the second before retiring the next 11 Bump Wills and Al Oliver singled with one out in the Texas sixth but Buddy Bell grounded into a double play to end the Stanley allowed three hits over the final three innings for his second Ed making his first appearance since being purchased last Monday from the New York was the struck out walked one and gave up seven hits before leaving in the eighth inning with a blister on his pitching Jim Rice doubled in the second inning and scored on Jim Dwyers single for the games only Boston Manager Don Zimmer was ejected in the fourth inning after a prolonged protest of a double play Rice walked with one out but first base umpire John ShulocK ruled he was doubled off first after Carlton Fisks long fly to Yankees Brewers 3 MILWAUKEE Eric Soderholm lined a tworun single and scored the goahead ruit on a double by Rick Cerone in a fourrun New York sixth inning as the Yankees rallied to defeat the error prone Milwaukee 5 Saturday Rudy and Rich who relieved in the scattered eight hits as the Yankees bounced back from a 34 deficit to score five unearned runs with the help of four Milwaukee An error by Milwaukee shortstop Paul Molitor on Willie Randolphs grounder triggered the Yankees four run After Ruppert Jones singled and Reggie Jackson walked to load the bases with one third baseman Don Money made a fine play on Bob Watsons high bounder and forced Randolph at the But Soderholm followed with a line single that bounced in front of left fielder Ben Oglivie and skipped past him to the scoring all three Soderholm reached second m the play and scored when Cerone delivered an RBJ Tigers Mariners 3 DETROIT A throwing error by third baseman Ted Cox led to a pair ol firstinning runs Saturday night and rookie lefthander Bruce Robbins blanked Seattle over the first seven innings as the Detroit Tigers beat the Seattle Mariners never had gone farther than 623 innings in 13 previous major league Saturday night he allowed only two hits through the first seven innings before running into trouble in Oae Mariners starter Jim took the ;