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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 17, 1993, New Braunfels, Texas Friday, Dec. 17,1993 ■ HeraW-Zettung M7A THE HERALD-ZEITUNG PROGNOSTICATORS WEEK FIFTEEN Who Picks The Prognosticators ars Herald staff, dong with two guests each week, which change on a rotation basis. This week's guests are Herald news editor Roger Croteau and Waco Tribune-Herald sports writer Douglas Pits. Dallas at NY Jets_ Denver at Chicago Last Week Season Season Percentage eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee eeeeeaeee Richard Tijerina Sports Editor NY Jets Denver 8-6 198-86 .701 Douglas Brandt Press Foreman Dallas Denver 9-5 192-90 .682 Paul Davis Ad Director Dallas Chicago 9-9 191-91 .682 John Hussth Photographer Dallas Denver 10-5 182-85 .682 Roger Croteau News Editor NY Jets Denver 5-9 186-96 .675 Mark Lyon Managing Editor Dallas Denver 9-5 184-98 .652 Douglas Pile Sports Writer Dallas Denver 6-8 180-182 .649 Jennifer Rom pal Staff Writer Dallas Denver, 17*108 .619 Rose Marie Eash Staff Writer Dallas Chinago tuft 171-111 J615 David Susana PaHar Chicago 8-6 157-129 .555 Morales Continued from tA in the first round of the River City Classic I basketball tournament. "I never knew how much I wanted it until I I lost it," Morales said "Now that IVe got it I back, I'm going to try to make the best of it" New Braunfels can live with that. Morales I will give the Unicorns valuable depth at the | guard position, and his return marks a time where the boys'team is at a crossroads; at 7-5, the Unicorns have the talent to be a major player in the District 28-4A race, but have lacked the consistency. That figures to change in the near future, as New Braunfels coach Cliff Wilkins continues to bring his team along. Through it all, though, Morales has been there, in spirit if not necessarily in body. And that, perhaps, has been the hardest part of all. "Now I know how it feels to be left out, to got to games and watch," said Morales, who made the jersey number change from 12 to 23 this year in honor of his father, Alfredo Morales, Jr., who played for New Braunfels in the early 1970s. "It hurts to 9ee them lose close games, or snuggle when they're not playing well. It hurts the most when they lose and come up to me and say, We could’ve used you out there today.' I couldn't do anything about it” But Morales did do something about it working hard in the classroom to regain his eligibility. In one six-weeks' period, Morales raised his Algebra average from a 65 to 81. "You've got to focus on your schoolwork first" said Morales, textbook in hand as he prepared for his final day of final exams. "The reason why I failed is because I was looking more toward the season, rather than school. It was a hard lesson to learn." Morales said teammates went through a brief period of denial when they first found out in November. But now that he's back, Wilkins said they have received Morales with open arms. That was evident Thursday, as Morales was joking with teammates while working out. Basketball trials lie in his future this i son, but Morales already has passed the biggest test of all. All State Continua from SA Player of the Year; the Austin-Amer-ican Statesman's Cen-Tex Player of the Year and a unanimous selection to the San Antonio Express-News' All South Texas team. Schuetz also was a first-team All District selection. Zaeske was a second -team All District pick, and both he and Schuetz were first team All-Comal County picks by the Herald. "Sometimes, it still surprises me just to think about it," Mitchell said about his senior season in which he led Class 4A in rushing with 2,460 yards and scored 29 touchdowns. "It's something you dream about" Mitchell credited both Schuetz and Zaeske as major reasons for both his and Canyon's success this reason. Zaeske was the leader of a Cougar defense which always seemed to make the right play. He came up with a game saving interception against Clemens on a fourth down play deep in Canyon territory as the dock expired. Veselis was the leader of a New Braunfels defensive unit racked by injuries. The Unicorns' leader in team tackles, Veselis was a first-team All District selection, as well as the New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung's Defensive Player of the Year. Bulletins J Continued from 6A game with a 40-16 victory over | Temple last week, and Aldine MacArthur advanced by bearing Victoria, 26-7. LL registration Registration for all categories of play for New Braunfels Little League will be Jan. 18 and 25 from 6-8:30 pm. at Seele School Cafeteria. Categories include Tee-Baseball, Pee Wee minor and major league baseball, American League, National League, Junior League, Senior League and Big League. League age is players age as July 31,1994. For more information, call Laurie Herring at 625-4620 or Mark Mendenhall at 620-6171. Open basketball Men's open play basketball is being offered at Canyon High School's old gymnasium on Mondays from 7-9 pm. There is a $4 one-time fee, and SI .50 for each game thereafter. (.II I HOOKS A VAH AHI I WALNUT 6 629-6400 IH 35 and Walnut Ave. ALL SHOWS BEFORE 6KM PM $3.00 TIM* good 11/17 thro 12/23 Rio Grande Rafting Spring Break '94 Camp Music with Rusty Wier 620-9653 JAN S VAN TOURS Dec. 17 Christmas Trail of lights River Walk Dec. 18 Fiesta Texas • A lone Star Christmas Dec. 19 Hill Country Trail of Lights Dec 20 Austin's Santa's Trail of lights 210-629-5279 SLAKE 'is the Season to be Jolly Party at the Lake ancing-Roaring Fireplace nic Atmosphere l\ I] IN I i:U FAIN MUNT No Cover in I 7l!i Paul Mc I aucjhlifi kit 18th ll C Smith *. Knight Movies I ut.* 21 st Crossroad". ,    • C Mils. Frt* ^ D«nj,rrK.,<K J™ ^ WU.UAM* fen 2:104340 7:159*oJ f BEETHOVEN'S 2ND a— FA 525 730 9:15 to thru Thor. 130320525 730 9:15 J r MMI mi 2 You I Imifh You ll feud .flint! i lea V FU. A 5.06 705 900 I Se. tlwu Thor. I 135 3.00 5:05 J 705 900 J r Geronimo (jeu) Fit. A 6007:10 920 to thru Thw. 1245230 SOO 7:10 920 J r SBIB ACT 2: SACK IN IHI MASIX WHOOP! (BD 1 5:16 720929 to thai Thur. 1009:105:19 720928 J m 3TW [Sr, "I lim wvsssasi !0 92S    J Fri.    y 700 936 hrv Thur. 0 7:00 938 430 700 936 8«. thru 200430 Friday Private Party Saturday 1-5 no cover Michael Ballew Saturday Night Private Party Sunday 4-8 No Cover Monte Montgomery Band Call for Holiday Hours for more information 625-0142 BRAUNTEX 625-4411 290 VV. San Antonio $1.00 ALL SHOWS $1.00 Tine# good 12/17 thro 12/28 The All New COMAL BOWL Have a Fun Birthday Party Here! Adults or Kids Day or Night Always An Open LaneI 625-6263 Bring this ad for one FREE game. /^" IBauarian Billage Restaurant Winter Schedule: Open 5p.m. Friday 12 Noon Saturday A Sunday Closed Entire Christmas Weekend Biergarten Dance Schedule: Sun. Dec. 19th-Matt Vorderbruggen Band (originally from Minnesota) 3pm-7pm Fri. Dec. 31st-Oma & the Oompahs 7:30-12:00 Sat. Jan. I st-Bohemian Dutchmen 7:30-11 KH) Datums continue on to Night* Dene* reecrvtuora for I or more. (210)625-0815 Comer of Liberty A Austin Mitchell, Zaeske, Veselis and Schuetz all are seniors. Defensive back Justin Cannon of Boerne was the only other District 28-4A player mentioned on the All-State team. k kkkkkkkitkkkitit ★    St** LAND. BINGO American Legion Post 35 1-74-1553286-4 Saturdays 7:00 pm Doors open at 5:00 pm « at Comal County Sportsman Club 252 S. Kowald Ln., N.B. 625-5535 Air    * Conditioned y Holiday Special    ★ .    (Thru    12-31-93)    . *    Steak N Shrimp    * *    only *5.95    * X (Includes New Choice 6 oz. Sirloin, " ^ 6 Hand Breaded Shrimp, Salad and ^ ^ Fries or Baked Potatoe) ^ Seafood Sunday Platter $5.95 *Wed. Night 1/2Price Burgers J--A + kMHiil ★ ★ ★ Live Entertainment Sat - 18th Stingrays    /    / Sun - t9th Private Party' Sj f Tue - 21st Monty    F\ Guitar Tyler    ref    f ★ ★ ★ SSI Lead*    4X9-3311 it it it it it it it it it it it it irk New Year's Eve Bash STINGRAYS No Cover 1st Como 1st Served JUE watering boh BALCON A SAHO! KALL Monday F riday $1.00 Beer $1.35 Beer Friday 17th Ladies Free Cross Roads Saturday 18th Bounty Hunters McQueeney Rd ti B 625-00-15 Closed Dec. 31 for Big New Year's Eve Bash at Splinters 9pm-2ain ^Party with Us! rW NYs Eve B.C. Smith A Knight Breakfast Buffet - Complimentary Champagne, Party Favors - call for reservations Visit with us • listen to music, dance, play pool 3 miles off IH 35 on Hwy 46 Look for signsl For more info - 606-0145 or 629-7754 Open Seven Days JURAS* PMX SAM Nim LAURA DUN U V Fit 430 700 930 to. thru Thw. 2:10420 7:10 930 J r mjShmt ^---------- \ F ii. 500 700 900 to. thru Thur. 200400 700 900 J GIFT BOOKS $10.00 AVAILABLE BOTH THEATRES ........COUPON Yule Holiday Showcase r— I |    Prizes    & a building & grounds full of Grafters Jfor your shopping pleasure - find the best of everything for this '    season's gift-giving & decorating. I 2 for 1 admission with this coupon! I Admission stub good for $2.00 towards any $5.00 purchase I    Admission: 12 yrs. A over $2.00 |    under    12    yrs.    FREE |    For    information    cal:    (210) 694-7945 ■    Sat    A Sun., Dec. 18 4 19,10a m.-6p.m. J    Bulverde    281    Fitness    Hail - 8 mi. N. of Loop 1604 on Hwy. 281 (San Pedro) Molly*! JRkrif JRoad General Store • Home of • The "O" *CES Patio Thursday 16th - Tori Hendrix Friday 17th - Revival Bros. Saturday 18th • Kathy Lucas 50c Draft til 10p.m. on Th., Fri., and Sat. Alt day on Sunday and Mondays. •O’ACES CANTINA NOW OPEN FOR MON. FOOTBALL HOT & COLD FOOD AVAILABLE TIU 2:00 A.M. #1 River Rd. THE LITTLE BLANCO INN Historic 1920s Country Rsstaurant and Antique Emporium OPEN DAILY ll TO 9 (ll TO IO FRI. A BAT.) Famous For FRESH CATFISH {AU. you can eat friday) CHICKEN FRIED SIRLOIN STEAK BRQ FORK RIBS (all you can eat saturday) CHOICE T-BONES, RIB EYES A STRIPS CHICKEN A LIVERS A GIZZARDS And all tour Favorite Country Food* EVERYTHING HOMEMADE INCLUDING OUR ROLLS, CORNBREAD 8i PIES HWY. 281 - 7 HT. SO. OF BLANCO, TX (27 M. NOETH OF LOOF 1*04, SANANTONIO (210-833-5637) SAA Music 9:30-1:30 • Open ‘till 2am it Verne* Kmde* OU learn* Ste** k 620-RAFT - - — - '-— - - -    -wa ew Years Eve: r $5 Advance tickets... \ $7 at the Door All You Can Eat BREAKFAST BUFFET includes Fruit Bar 6AM - 11AM Mon-Fri (exo^>t holkteys) Senior Citizens (55 yrs. or older) 2.99 155 Hwy 46 S. • New Braunfels • 625-9200 Lcludes Complimentary BB and Champagne at Midnight) MUST BE 21 WITH PROPER LD. • Tickets available at Splinters, Watering Hole, or call 629-2494/620-4628 .'SPLINTER > Friday December Bl, 1993^ 9 om ’til 2 ~ ;