New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 1, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas
6 New Braunfels Herakf-Zerruny Tuesday. November 1,1983UIL approves broadcast of 5A title game
AUSTIN (AP) — Television stations around the state have signed on to carry the telecast of the Dec. 17 Texas high school football championship game in Class SA, officials say.
We are covered in every area," said Russ Potts, former Southern Methodist University athletic director and now president of Sports Productions Inc. of Dallas, which will produce Texas- first-ever telecast of a high school football title game.
The agreement between the University Interscholastic League and Sports Productions Inc. of Dallas includes a ban on replays of controversial calls by officials. Also unseen will be athletes being treated for injuries.
Sportscaster Verne Lundquist of Dallas, who handles the play-by-play for the Dallas Cowboys radio broadcasts , is set as the play-by-play man.
Former University of Texas coach Darrell Royal will be one of the color announcers. Roger Staubach will join Lundquist and Royal if the game is in the Dallas area. If not. veteran announcer Frank Fallon will be the third man.
The site for the game won’t be selected until the final two teams are known.
Marshall said the UIL probably will get $20,000 from the telecast. The schools involved will split $16,000.
concerning the decision to disallow replays of controversial calls. UIL director Bailey Marshall said Monday, “We feel like we just want to show the positive sides of the game.” UIL official Bob Young added, "It’s high school kids. We don’t want to cause any embarrassment to anybody.’’
Young said the list of "no-nos” also prohibits the announcers from questioning officials’ decisions.
Sometimes I think that is all the announcers do,” he added.
Other no-nos are live interviews with coaches, and commercials advertising beer or
"I don’t think there’s anything worse than interviewing a coach on the sideline when he’s getting ready to play,” said Potts, who also added that the ban on criticism of referees does not bother him.
“I don't think there’s anything wrong with those kinds of suggestions,” Potts said. He said the announcers will be free to comment on the play.
“If somebody drops a sure touchdown pass one of our announcers will say, ‘That was a sure touchdown pass,’” he said.
For the UIL — an agency under heavy criticism from Ross Perot, chairman of a special committee on education, for its em
phasis on athletics — the televised contest is a great public relations opportunity, Marshall
■We're more interested in showing the educational values of the different activities — the bands, the drill teams, the pep squads and the involvement of all the people in the
community,” he said.
Potts, who said the game won’t be a big money-maker for his company, agreed.
“It’s a chance for the league to convey what a tremendous spectacle the game is. The timing is good for the league to put its best foot forward on television,” he said.
Morgan asks for, gets release
PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The Philadelphia Phillies dropped another of
their so-cabed “wheeze kids” Monday when they released second baseman Joe
Morgan. 40. asked for and received his unconditional release so he could play with a team close to his Oakland. Calif.. home ifSportsWorldAggies set game with Crimson Tide
COLLEGE STATION . AP) - The Texas Aggies announced their football schedules for the next two years Monday and they include a non-conference game with Alabama
The Aggies play Texas-El Paso. Iowa State and Arkansas State at home next year in non-conference tilts
In 1985. the Aggies open at home with Northeast louisiana, travel to Alabama and return home against West Texas StateRangers get lease for Arlington Stadium
ARLINGTON (AP) - The Texas Rangers, having reached an agreement that takes the City of Arlington out of the entertainment business, become the seventh major league baseball team to operate its own stadium
The Hangers will lease the 140-acre Arlington Stadium for 21 years, paying an average of 11.7 nullion annually to retire the city I $36 million stadium debt.
Previously, only the Los Angeles Dodgers. St Urns Cardinals and Chicago Cubs of the National league and the Boston Red Sox, Detroit Tigers and Chicago White Sox of the American league have operated a stadiumGrambling upset over 12 man tackle
GRAMBUNG, La. <AP) - An illegal 12th man tackle deprived Grambling State
he decides to play again in 1984.
Several weeks ago the Phillies gave 42-year-old Pete Rose his release after he declined to remain with the team as a parttime player.
Morgan reportedly is negotiating with the San Diego Padres for next se sa son He hit only .230 during the regular season, but the figure isn’t indicative of his
contribution to the Phillies’ September drive to the National league Fast title.
In September, when the Phillies posted a 22-7 record, including an 11-game winning streak. Morgan hit .337 wih five of his 16 home runs and 18 RBI In one four-game stretch during the long winning streak, he had 13 hits in 18 at-bats.
of six more points in its 55-0 Southwestern Athletic Conference victory over Texas Southern, the Tigers’ football people complained Monday.
It happened Saturday night, said a Grambling news release, when freshman punt returner Patrick Scott, surrounded by a convoy of teammates, was stopped 45 yards from the end zone by Texas Southern’s Bruce Green, who came off the TSU bench to make the tackle.
After the play, officials missed the 12th man tackle and called offsetting unnecessary roughness penalties against both teams, said the news releaseNBA referees still striking
NEW YORK (AP) — Commissioner Larry O’Brien, who played a direct role rn helping avert a National Basketball Association players’ strike last spring, was prepared to take part in talks with locked-out referees until a dispute over the site stymied a meeting between the two sides.
Richie Phillips, general counsel for the NBA referees' union, said Monday night he was willing to meet with O'Brien and the owners’ Labor Relations Committee today in New York, but not in the league offices
“As long as they continue to lock us out. we will not set foot in the NBA offices under any circumstances." Phillips said after the league invited him to meet for the first time with O’Brien and the Labor Relations Committee.
The referees' union has been without a contract since Sept. I. and no talks have been held since last Thursday. The NBA
has used non-union referees for exhibition games and for 21 regular-season games since last Friday night.
Generals make offer to Randy White
DALLAS AP) — The New Jersey Generals of the United States Football league have made a preliminary offer to Dallas Cowboys tackle Randy White of $700,000 a year and a $400,000 signing bonus, th* Dot os Times Herald reported today
The offer would begin with the 1985 season, the newspaper said
The $400,000 bonus would be the highest signing bonus ever paid to a professional football player. White currently makes $300,000 a year He will enter the option year on his contract next season.
White •-aid he would not negotiate with the Generals or the C wheys until the end of the season.
Arkansas wins SWC cross country
HOUSTON \P) - Tile Arkansas Razorback** have won their i0ih straight cross country championship, behind the individual tmmiph of Tom Moloney, while the University of Houston captured the women's title for the second y ear in a row
Molonev finished Hie five-mile race over the rain-soaked Buffalo Bayou course in 24 minutes, 3(j 3 second'* lie edged Texas' Sam Sitonik, who finished 1.3 seconds off Moloney s winning pace with a time of 24:37 6. Arkansan Paul Donovan was third at 24 44 4.BrieflyDelashmutt, Dilley win LLG A tourney
Sara Delashmutt won the A flight of the Landa ladies Golf Association tournament last week at I anda Park Golf Course, while Jeanette Dilley won the B flight.
The tournament was most 5's in the A flight and most 7’s in the B flight. Delashmutt edged Grace Bonnett with sir 5’s, with a tie broken by western breakdown. Dilley won the B flight with six 7’s. with Janet Schroder second with five 7’s.Kellys win couples event
Charles and Jean Kelly shot a 126 to win the Landa ladies Golf Association’s Couples Trick-or-Treat tournament Sunday at landa Park Golf Course.
The tournament was played in a Scotch twosome format.
Tied for second were the teams of Cliff and Rosemary Crouch and E.N. and Sara Delashmutt with 128 Fourth was Justina Rerolls and Charlie Sluka with 133.Teams tie in NBGA play
The team of H Johnson and W Hurst tied R Drummond and H Barker for the top spot in the New Braunfels Golf Association two-man low net tournament Saturday.
Both teams had a net 57.
Third at net 58 was the team of D Armatta and E L. Reid
R Scheel was the low net individual with a 63. while Fernando Gutierrez had the low gross with a 68 R. Cedillo, H. Graham and H Barber tied for second in the low net with 64Play altered for Wurstfest
During the next two weekends, daily play at the luanda Park Golf Course will begin at hole No. IO. The New Braunfels Golf Association will tee off at ll a m., with stgn-up by IO 30 a rn The next Elks tournament will be Nov. 8 at IO a rn.
The [.anda ladies Golf Association's ladle Invitational Tournament will be Nov. 26 It will begin with a shotgun start at 9:30 a m The course will be closed to outside play until I 30 p m.Rec Center closed during Wurstfest
The landa Recreation Center will be closed
from this Thursday to Nov. 14 because of Wurstfest.
Recreation Coordinator Keith Maxwell will be at the Parks and Recreation Department office on those days.
Singles tennis league being organized
The New Braunfels Women's Tennis Association and the Parks and Recreation Department are co-sponsoring a singles tennis league beginning Nov. 21 at the (.anda Park Tennis Courts and Newk’s Tennis Ranch.
league play will be held on Mondays from 9 a.rn to ll a m . and the deadline for entering is Now 13. A pre-season tournament willbe held Nov. 14 to determine the level of play for each individual
An entry fee will be charged to cover the cost of balls and awards For more information, call the luanda Recreation Center at 629-61% from I p m to 8 p.m. or 629-4979 at other times.
The New Braunfels Tennis Association will sponsor the Miller High Ijfe-Wurstfest Tennis Tournament Nov 5-6 and 12-13 at the New Braunfels High School courts.
The first weekend’s play will be the seniors competition, with open play the second weekend The entry fee is $9 pt-r event, and it can be sent to David Perkins. 770 Timber Drive, New Braunfels. For more information, call 625-8672
City plans maternity exercise
The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department is sponsoring an exercise class for expectant and new mothers on a continuous basis, with morning and evening classes.
The classes are four days a week at the I*tnda Recreation Center For more mfoimation. call the center at 629-61% or the parks department at 629-4648
Wurstfest Walkfest set Nov. 5 6
The Wurstfest Walkfest will be held Nov 5-6 from 8 a iii to noon The walk, which can be either IO kilometers or 20 kilometers, will begin at Wurst World in l*tnda Park Registration fee is $5 for the souvenir medal and $1 50 for the IVV stamp All paid walkers will receive a ticket to enter the Wurstfest grounds
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WEEK NO. 9
1st Glenn Pat Ramsey
2nd J Gutierrez Jesse Carrillo Carter J. Shane 3rd Kevin logan
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