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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 25, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Lopez Jr. makesdebut in karate This week marked the official martial arts debut of Chris Lopez Jr., age 3, who is the youngest student of an accredited karate school in the southwest. Three years old is at least two years younger than most schools will accept students, but the fact that Lopez is the son of local school owner Chris Lopez makes him an exception. . i" “We were hard on Chris’ older sisters, perhaps making the mistakes parents tend to make,” the elder Lopez said. “Although they had the talent, coercing them to take part had the effect of driving them away. “Chris and his brothers will be in karate because they desire to be there, and we’ll expect them to take part in other athletic endeavors. Lopez Jr. already looks up to some of the older students at the school, like •-year-old Trent Wenzel. And he may eventually spend a summer with Benny Urquidez, the No. I karate fighter in the world. “That type of exposure will have an inestimable impact on Chris' karate training in future years,” Lopez Sr. said. "This, however, is in the future, and I don't want to make too many predictions. “It'll be there if he wants it,” he added. “Before all things, we want Chm to develop spiritually and to be able to contribute to the welfare of his fellow man.” New Braunfels Heia\<\-Zeitung Friday, November 25,1983 7A Texas looks for title By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The Cotton Bowl-bound Texas Longhorns can become undisputed Southwest Conference football champions for the first time since 1977 Saturday, but they have to conquer the arch-rival Texas Aggies on their home field. The No. 2-ranked and unblemished Longhorns, boasting a 10-0 record and the top defense in the country, will have to overcome an Aggie team inspired by an overflow, standing room crowd of more than 73,000 in Kyle Field. The 0-point favorite Longhorns, who narrowly escaped Baylor last week, are a game ahead of Southern Methodist but have already clinched the host spot in the Cotton Bowl opposite Georgia. The fast-improving Aggies, who are 5-4-1, joust the Longhorns in an 11:20 a.m. nationally televised (ABC-TV) kickoff. Sixth-ranked SMU, which has signed for a Sun Bowl appearance Christmas Eve against Alabama, is in Tokyo, Japan, to play Houston in the Mirage Bowl. The game starts Saturday at noon Japan time, which is 9 p.m. CDT. However, the game was not expected to be over until past midnight Dallas time because of halftime activities that traditional last at least an hour in the game which will be attended by 75,000 Japanese. Las Vegas oddsmakers posted SMU as a 13-point pick over the Cougars, who were impressive last week in outlasting Texas Tech 43-41. SMU shut out Arkansas 17-0 last Saturday to increase its record to 9-1 and 6-1 in SWC play. In the only other SWC game Saturday, Arkansas is a two-point favorite over Texas Tech in a 2 p.m. game at Jones Stadium in Lubbock. The Texas-Texas A&M clash will feature the Longhorns' No. I defense in the country against the high-powered Aggie offense led by freshman quarterback Kevin Murray. Baylor stung the ’Horns for a school-record 29 first downs as Texas barely survived 24-21 last Saturday. If Texas defeats A&M, it would be the school's 18th outright SWC title. Coach Jackie Sherrill’s Aggies will be looking for revenge for the 53-16 pasting they received from the 'Horns last season. NC-Missouri tops college games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Missouri Coach Norm Stewart sent his assistant, Bob Sunvold, to watch North Carolina’s exhibition game with the Yugoslavian national basketball team. Sunvold wasn’t happy with what he saw. “This is definitely not the team we want to open the season with,” Sunvold said after the Tar Heels downed the Yugoslavs 75-65. But the Wildcats will do exactly that Saturday against the team ranked No. I in the preseason college basketball poll. Missouri lost three starters, including National Basketball Association first-round draftees Steve Stipanovich and Bob's brother Jon Sundvold, to graduation. The Tar Heels are without Jimmy Braddock, the graduated point guard. But with returning stars Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins and starters Matt Doherty and Brad Daugherty, Carolina seems to be loaded. Meanwhile, defending national champion North Carolina State, fresh off an impressive 76-64 upset of 1963 NCAA runnerup Houston in the Tipoff Classic last Saturday, is part of a strong field in the Great Alaska Shootout opening today in the glittering new $30 million, 8,000-seat George Sullivan Sports Arena in Anchorage. N.C. State, with two starters back — championship game hero Lorenzo Charles and Cozell McQueen — faced the host team, Division II Alaska-Anchorage. No. 14 Arkansas, with three starters returning from last year’s 26-4 team, played Fordham; 20th-ranked Oklahoma, led by All-American center Wayman Tisdale, went against Southern California, and Santa Clara took on New Mexico, which is coming off a three-year probation. In other action tonight, ninth-ranked UCLA is at home to Idaho State; No. 13 Fresno State hosts the Sun Met Classic, facing North Dakota State. ScoreboardSportsWorld On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION 12 30 pm Colley# football Alabama at Boston College SENS I 30 p rn Cortege football Ai my vt Navy USAT • 30 p m WTiS 0 30 p m 7 pm Pro bat* •loan Atlanta at Bott on Boling USA Pro bat* alban Philadelphia at Houston ESPN t p m Boong Lat'y Holmes vt Marvit Frailer USAT 8 30 p m Pro bat* alba" Chicago at Phoem* WON SATURDAY TELEVISION B a rn - Pto bat* alban Philadelphia at Houston, Kapaau ESPN 11 a XL - College football ’a*at at Taaat ABM *SAT 12 30pm - Auto'acmg ESPN 1 pm - Soc cat KW Ex 2 30pm - Boong Kapaau ESPN 2 30 p rn Co'iaga football Net*atte at Oklahoma KENS Jpm Wrestling KWEK 3pm 8o*e>g. KSAT 3pm    Golf Skint Game KM OL 4pm Gene'ai W*Ie Wand of Sport* KSAT • pm - Collage bat* alban V anoa* bn at Du* a ESPN 7 30 p rn - Collage bate alban loo tv in# at Kan rocky WI BS • pm - Cottage bae*elbe* M.eeoun at North OmaAna. ESPN Local sports FRIOAY • pm - Football Nam 8»auntai# vt Brown tv ere Pace Te*e* Abl Stadium k ny tv. He Playoff pairings By T na Attached Piatt Haia at* regional Ta*at bg* ac bool playoff p«kwig* loi Clatte* SA 3A and 2A and Aiea playoff pawing* felt Clattet 4A and A Clat* SA REGION I Midland Lee Vt Fort Wo*th Tumble Tach 7 30 pm Friday Foil Wo*th Ode*** Penmen vt Wichita Fan* Ride* 8pm Fitday Wichita Fell* REGION ll Highland Park vt Houtton Klein. 2 30 pm Saturday Te*a* Stadium Piano vt Temple 7 30 p rn Saturday, Bay lex Stadium Waco REGtON IN Houtton Mabton vt Aldine 4 pm Saturday Astiodome Houtton Yale* vt Otcktnton 7 30 pm Saturday Astrodome REGION IV Conv et ta Judson vt Alice 7 30 pm Friday Navatota IA Crockett 12 Port Arthur Auttm vt Walt*' 8 P m Finley AMJtrr# REGION IV Hondo vt Falfurrias 8pm Saturday Corpus Chntti Sweeny vt Port I tab * 8pm Friday tort it Ch* til Clat* 2A REGION I Matt ell vt McCamey 7 30 p" Fndav H o Sp* mg Hamlin vt Minton, ’ 30 p it Finlay Lu • -r REGION ll Boyd 13 Pilot Point 13 Boyd on penettat s 3 2) Buffalo at Kansas City Chicago at Green Bay Miami at Houtton New Orleans at New England Cincinnati at Pittsburgh Atlanta at Washington Lot Angel#* Rams at Philadelphia St Looit at New York Giants Dana* at Saartie Tampa Bay at San Francisco Cia.eland at Denver New York Jet* at Baltimore Monday Dec S Minnesota at Detroit In! Golden State at Dallas, 7 36 p rn Utah at Kansas Cliv. 7 36 p rn Washington at Milwaukee 8 p m Phoeni* at Denver, 8 40 p rn New Jersey at San Diego. 9 35 p rn Seattle at Portland 9 35 p rn Sunday s Games New York at Indiana. 5 05 p rn Detroit at Boston 6 30 p m San Antonio at Cleveland 6 35 p rn Chicago at Lot Angelet, 9pm V I Cisco vt Fntco 8pm Friday A/i* REGION ill Grand Saki<e vt Trinity 7 30 Affiant Basketball i    Asse Hockey National Hockey League Bv Th# Associated Prest All Timet CST Wales Conference Patrick Division San Antonio Churchill vt Edinburg 7 30 p rn Fndav McAllen Clat* 4A REGION I Lubbock Estacado vt Vernon 8 p m Friday Lubbock Monahans vt Cleburne. I p rn Saturday Swget water REGION ll Terra* vt Pans 8pm Friday Garland Corsicana et Carthage. 130 p rn Saturday Mesquite REGION IH Jasper vt Willowndge, 7 30 p rn Saturday Pasadena Bay City vs Georgetown. 7 30 p rn Saturday. Cottage Station REGION IV Fredenckaburg vt Beeville Jones. 7 30 p m Friday, San Antonio New Braunfels vt Brownsville Pace. 8 pm Friday Kingsville Class JA REGION I Poet Vt Crane, 7 30 p m Saturday Big Spring Littlefield vt BeBmgei 7 30 p m Friday Sweetwater REGION ll Decatur va    Gladewater 8 pm    Friday. Mesquit* Kaufman vt Daingerfield 7 30 p m Friday Marshall REGION III Bl GION IV oy i *ft*oc*4T#a n«H W L T Pts GF GA B>eau* Conto-dated vt Boti1 8 pm Fmi.,, EASTERN conference NY Banger* 14 6 3 31 101 82 Cuero Atlantic D-w.von NY isle* 15 8 0 30 98 80 E est Be* nerd vs Natalie Bp rn F"dev Victoria W IO L Pct GB Philadelphia 12 8 2 26 90 76 3 769 Washington 9 12 1 IS 71 82 Clee* A Ration 9 643 11i PitttOuigh 6 13 3 15 67 84 Bl GION I NI# VV Y or k 8 5 615 2 New Jersey 2 19 0 4 66 106 Nejereth vs Knot City 7 30 pm F' lay N# A Jiff % 5 583 2’i Adams Division CNK}'ess 8 385 5 Boston 13 • 2 28 101 68 Veliev vt Paradise 7pm Finley iaiI'aik Can if arf Division Buffalo 12 7 3 27 85 SO Bi GION H Atlanta j 5 583 Quebec ll ll 3 25 120 94 keen vt Gorman 7 30 pm Setal Buy Sen V A JU* IS* 8 6 671 Monties' ll IO 1 23 93 86 Angelo Detroit J 500 I Hertford 8 IO 2 18 72 79 Wms vs Boscoe 7 JO p "I Saturday Chic eau 5 6 455 I S Campbell Conference Monenent Cleveland 3 IO 231 4i Noms Division BEGION ill indian# 3 10 231 4 Ii Chicago IO IO 2 22 64 89 Cere*10 vs High Island 8pm Finley .,'* western confabs nce Minnesota 10 9 2 22 98 102 Overton vs italy 7 30pm Friday Vs’ M dwest Division Toronto IO 11 2 22 96 109 BEGION IV Danes 8 4 667 Detroit • IO 2 18 72 80 Bremond vt Bungs 7 30 p m Sell*' d4v Denver 6 638 I Vt St Louis 8 12 2 IS 78 93 SchMenberg Utah 6 8 7 429 3 Smyth# Division 92 Bruceville tddy vt Be' Bolt 8prn fr day Houston 5 417 3 Edmonton 19 3 I 39 146 Gonzales Kansas City 5 417 3 Calgary 9 g 4 22 80 90 Sen Antonio 5 9 357 4 Vancouver IO ii I 21 96 96 Sr* Men Regional* Pacific Division Los Angeles 7 ii 6 IS 96 106 Dawson County 76 Gurdon 63 Los Angeles 9 4 692 Winnipeg 6 14 3 16 SI 116 Portland 9 4 692 Thursday s Games TEXAS CATHOLIC FINAL Seethe 8 6 571 I VS Quebec 6 Boston 3 Se** Antonio Centrer Celt- iv lr uStun jt Golden State j 7 600 2W CSigelv 4 Winnipeg 4 tie Thomes 7 30 p m Saturday Sen Antonio Sen Die uu 5 9 357 4 Fndey s Garnet Phoern* 4 9 308 5 Chicago et Buffalo. 6 35 p rn Football I halides s Games N Y Bengals et Washington. 6 36 p rn No game* sc 'taunted Pittsburgh at Detroit, 6 36 p rn Finley * Games Edmonton et Minnesota. 7 35 p rn National Football League By The Associated Press American Conference leat W L T Pct PF PA Miami I 4 0 667 262 181 Buffalo 7 5 0 683 228 247 Ben im u<» 6 6 0 500 196 272 New England 6 6 0 500 237 232 NY Jeu Cann ai 6 7 0 417 266 264 Pittsburgh 9 4 0 692 294 243 Cleveland 7 6 0 583 262 241 Cincinnati 5 7 0 417 278 225 Houston West I ll 0 083 203 366 L A Belder* 9 3 0 760 319 268 Denver 7 6 0 683 230 223 Seattle 6 6 0 600 301 296 Kansas City 6 7 0 417 243 244 Sen Diego 4 National Conference East 8 0 333 262 345 Dalles ll 2 0 846 417 277 Washington IO 2 0 833 414 255 St Louis 6 7 I 423 299 391 Philadelphia 4 8 0 333 172 226 N V. Gems Central 3 8 I 292 216 262 Minnesota 7 5 0 683 265 286 Detroit 7 6 0 638 292 247 Green Bey • 6 0 600 324 332 Chicago 6 7 0 417 228 233 Tempe Bay West I It 0 083 168 286 L A Rems 7 5 0 683 278 269 San Francisco 7 6 0 683 329 232 New Orleans 6 6 0 600 258 271 Atlenu 5 7 0 417 247 266 Washington at Detroit 6 35 p rn Philadelphia at Houston, 7pm Atlanta at Boston 7 30 p rn Golden State ai Indiana 7 35 p rn Kansas City at Dallas 7 35pm San Diego at San Antonio 7 35 p rn Denver at Utah 8 30 p m Chicago at Pltoenis, 8 36 p rn. New Jersey at LOS Angelet 9 30pm Portland at Seattle 10 pm Saturday t Games Cleveland at New York, 6 36 p m Houston at Atlanta 6 40 p rn New jersey at Boston. 12 16 p m Chicago at N Y islander* 6 06 p m N Y Ranger* at Hartford. 6 36 p rn Buffalo at Quebec. 6 36 p rn Washington at Montreal 7 06 p rn Philadelphia at Vancouver. 7 06 p rn Detroit at Pittsburgh 7 06 p m Minnesota at Toronto. 7 06 p rn Edmonton at St Lours, 7-36 p m Calgary at Lot Angeles 9 36 p m Sunday s Gamas No games scheduled t get* Tote DRIVE-IN 717 Hwy 46 S 6 am-12 Midnight 7 Days Thursday » Games Detroit 46, Pittsburgh 3 Dallas 36. St Louis 17 Sunday* Games Minnesota at Naw Dr leer is San Francisco al Chicago Naw England st Naw York Jets Houston at Tampa Bay Philadelphia at Washington Battener# at Cleveland Buffalo at Loa Angeles Rams New York Giants at Los Angeles Raiders Denver at San Diego Kansas City at Seattle Green Bay at Atlanta Monday's Game Cincinnati at Miami, tnt Thursday. Dec I Los Angeles Raiders at Sen Diego. In) Sunday, Dec 4 GRAND OPENING PRIZE WINNERS 1st Prize IOO Gallons Gas + Lope Gonzales 2nd Prize 75 Gallons Gas * Charles Tate 3rd Prize 50 Gallons Gas + Eddie Wahl To All Of You Who Helped Us With A Great Grand Opening Thank You Very Much. To Those Of You Who Have Not Yet Tryed Us Please Come Out Soon And Check Out These Specials: FBI, DEA check Saints NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The FBI and the federal Drug Enforcement Administration are both investigating a possible connection between members of the New Orleans Saints football team and illegal drugs, a New Orleans television station reported. WWL-TV said it did not know how many players allegedly were involved, but quoted unidentified sources Wednesday as saying that various players' names cropped up during undercover investigation of several suspected major drug dealers. Company plans more Tar Wars' LOUISVILLE, Ky. (AP) — Baseball’s “Tar Wars” began in July when Kansas City’s George Brett slashed an on, off, on-again home run against the New York Yankees. BEVERAGES Dr Pepper Sugar Free or Reg Hires Root Beer Big Red. R C or Orange Crush 6pk 12 oz can *1 6 Peck 12 Oz Cen Coke    M,# Coke    6    ok    12    oz    nr    *2M 7 Up. Diet 7 Up or Pepsi    16oz nr M** S BEER Lite    12 pk cans *4** ^ Lone Star    6 pk cans $2*? Pearl    6 pk cans *2M GROCERY ITEMS Milk    Gallon    M*® For Xiii us PLAYHOUSE Red Barn Design. Red with white trim. 2 windows, porch. Needs some repair. List price lion Now *500 As Is Until Nev. M. IMI • • FAMILY GIFT 2 BEDROOM Cotta**, full hath, hot water heater, double stainless sink. formica work top. double door closets. 2-15.000 Mr and heat units, front and rear doers. picture window, baked on white enamel mil Used 5 months-new building warranty, located in KH latn. Original sal* price *10.000 Delivered in NO Canyon or te«uin areas Only *14.500 Pick up tstabltshsd loan and SAVI*125 tax FINANCING Short Term No Interest Bank On St .OOO Up PORTABLE I BUN Saryiny Ta,ss lur 19 ,»«/i la Saar »r*vni*n aaa int Ca,aa it*, tm tai 4 ftau MUN KHI Sam 6.SU p in SAT MOSSO p in TM et IYW tis tea* NWS BSAUNmS The ensuing skirmish lasted for three weeks, finally ending with a 12-minute contest, with the Royals winning. While the Yankees’ wounds have had time to heal, the maker of the bat used by Brett doesn't want people to forget the incident. Hillerich & Bradsby Co., the maker of the Louisville Slugger baseball bat, is manufacturing the “Pine-Tar Special” to commemorate Brett’s hit. Besides the special bats that will be sold in stores nationwide, the Louisville-based bat company, whose plant actually is across the Ohio River in Clarksville, Ind., is making 500 special bats for the Kansas City Royals to ofter to fans who buy season tickets by Jan. 15. Top 4 golfers play skins game SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. (AP I — They call it “the Skins Game,” this unique meeting of four the greatest players golf has produced — Jack Nicolaus, Arnold Palmer, Gary Player and Tom Watson. It comes from a gambling term used in weekend matches common to country clubs and municipal courses all over the country. A "skin” is a unit, a pre-established unit, maybe $5, maybe $10. The player who wins a hole wins a skin. FILM DEVELOPING KODACOIOR OR COMPATIBLE C-41 FILM EXCLUDING PORTFOLIO 35 COUPON MUST ACCOMPANY ORDER ■    HIM ■    SIZE I MUNT IL trams u. ! ANY 5 12 ■    EXP ■    ROLL V9 I75 ■ ■    ANY ■    15 ■    EXP ■    DISC 24* 3‘* ■    ANY ■    24 Z EXP ■ ROLL 3«* 541 ■    ANY ■    36 ■    EXP J ROLL 4»» 7*7 ■I ll ■I rn P ■ VAI*) 1H*U It WM a a I* ■ ■ la! a |3at jtlillcre fedbtl Camera &t)op 453 West San Antonio Street, New Braunfels. Texas 78130 Phon«s:e25-»?4 or 625 1742 Staff p*or<i tty Cindy Richardson Chris Lopez Jr. takes a swing at Trent Wenzel ;