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   Galveston Daily News (Newspaper) - September 7, 1977, Galveston, Texas                                2B Wednesday Morning Seotember 7 1977 Sports Wire Notes A lunmuury of the news of the day from the United PKN International gporu newt wrvice RedlegsFall To Streaking Astros AUSTIN Tex UPu Freshman quarterbacks Sanford Coggins and Les Koenning were moved to flanker positions Tuesday for this weeks opener against Boston College in an effort to fill positions left open by injuries Injuries to Johnny Lam Jones and Mike Lockett both flankers and both very doubtful for action against BC forced the moves They both looked good out coach Fred Akers said of the two fresh men Theyre good athletes well continue to train them as quarterbacks but we needed them at flanker this Mark McBath continued to run the No 1 team while closely followed by Jon Aune Both are sophomore quarterbacks in the new veer and I formations LUBBOCK Tex UPI Texas Tech continued preparation for the season opener against Baylor Saturday in Waco with a twohour workout in shorts and Tshirts Tuesday Head coach Steve Sloan said the Raiders were not quite as sharp as he had hoped but that the kicking SPECIALIZING IN QUALITY SERVICE NO JOB TO SMALL KAHLAS ELECTRIC lie 109 20th St 7632273 game an area of concern in early workouts was showing improvement We werent real intense or sharp Sloan said after the practice It was an average practice overall Our guys are still getting a little tired at the end of practice and we havent had quite as much enthusiasm as we should On the positive side our kicking game looked good and we think it is con siderable improved Mike Mock is doing a good job kicking and Bill Adams is improving as a backup COLLEGE STATION Tex UPI Texas practiced for a little more than an hour Tuesday in its final workout in full pads for Saturdays season opener against the University of Kansas The Aggies will be in shoulder pads helmets and shorts the rest of the week in tapering off drills The Aggies announced right halfbacks David Brothers and Adger Arm strong will alternate and bring in plays from the sidelines during the game Other starting backs will be David Walker at quar terback Curtis Dickey at left half and George Woodard at fullback ticket manager Euleta Miller said the Kansas game was sold out with expected for the game at College Station a record for a nonconference game The game against Texas also is a sellout FAYETTEVILLE Ark UPI Arkansas coach Lou Holtz said Tuesday he was concerned over the progress his Razorbacks are making for Saturdays opening game with New Mexico State at Little Rock It doesnt seem like were making the progress we have to Holtz said after Tuesdays workout Were making the same mistakes we were making three weeks However Holtz did cite the efforts of offensive guard Mark Lewis and quarterback Ron Calcagni saying Lewis was quick off the ball and made things happen Ron played well but our passing was not what it has to Holtz was optimistic about the Razorback defense but was concerned with deep pass coverage Id be surprised if we dont play aggressively in the he said but I am concerned about how well play the deep Two injuries occurred in Tuesdays practice Running back Robin Smith strained a thigh and reserve quarterback Mike Scott turned an ankle Tight end Charles Clay is the only doubtful starter for Saturdays game NEW ORLEANS UPI The New Orleans Saints traded fifthyear defensive end Andy Dorris to the Seattle Seahawks Tuesday The Saints received an undisclosed future draft choice in return for Dorris who played in all 14 games last season The Dorris trade was the only personnel move an nounced by the Saints but a team spokesman said the club made three unan nounced changes to reach the 48man roster limit required by Tuesday af ternoon The team practiced in the Superdome for the second consecutive day The regular practice field was soggy from weekend rains caused by Hurricane Babe HOUSTON UPI Art Howe drove in three runs with a double and a single and Tuesday night to lead the Houston Astros to their 10th win in the last 11 games an 83 decision over the Cincinnati Reds Joaquim Andujar 115 making his first start since July 14 when gulled a hamstring muscle hurled the first six innings to pick up the win He is 51 lifetime against his former Cin cinnati teammates Joe Sambito finished up recording his sixth save Doug Capilla 67 was the loser for the Reds Howes single scored Bob Watson whp had doubled with the Astros first run in the second Howe doubled to drive in Joe Ferguson and Jose Cruz in the sixth against reliever Dan DeMoulin A wild pitch by DeMoulin then allowed Howe to score the seventh Houston run The Astros scored a pair of unearned runs in the third off Tom Hume the second Cincinnati pitcher Wilbur Howard singled and was forced by Enos Cabell Cabell stole second and reached third on Johnny Benchs throwing error he then beat Joe Morgans throw to the plate on Cesar Cederios infield grounder 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Shavers says he cant understand why heavyweight champion Muhammad Ali is at tempting to negotiate a bout with extitleholder Joe Frazier later this year Shavers who meets Ali for the title Sept 29 in New York ridiculed the reported offer by making public his own plans to defend the title against Frazier if the former champion is serious about a comeback as recently announced GarUnd TOM Etlfe 7B at Minnesota Sckudcr KIOMS City Splittorf 126 at Seattle Abbott Chicago Rento 20 at Oakland Keough 1030 Milwaukee Augustine 1215 at Cal forma Hartzell pm Tbondtys GIBMI Baltimore at Detroit Boston at Toronto night New York at Cleveland night Kansas City it Seattle night Chicago at California preceded by completion of game of 421 night NUtaMl Letpe SUattaf By tMM Pna UOft un not IncWW W L Pel GB phuadelDhla 84 52 618 Pittsburgh 78 60 565 7 Chicago 73 63 537 11 SL Louis 74 64 536 1 Montreal ez 75 453 New York 54 83 wen W L Pet GB Los Angeles 84 54 609 Cincinnati 73 65 529 11 Houston 67 70 48S 16A 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Jack Brownschidle of Notre Dome Football Buffalo Waived quarterback Gary Marang and defensive tackle Marty Smith Cincinnati Waived linebacker Ken Kuhn guard Jose SaintVictor and wide receiver Bob Farnham placed defensive back Louis Breedcn on injured reserve Cleveland Waived defensive back Terry Brown Detroit Released defensive tackle Don Croft guard Gary Anderson and running back Andy Ballon Green Bay Sent veteran defensive end Alden Roche to Baltimore for an undisclosed future draft choice Miami Waived guard Fred Dean and defensive tackle Gerry Roberts and signed defensive lineman Eary Jones New York Jets Waived running back Ed Marinaro wide receiver Howard Satlerwhite and middle linebacker Carl Russ Pittsburgh Waived quarterback Neil Grail Seattle Waived linebacker Mike Curtis running back Ralph Nelson defensive end Mark Chalmers linebacker Bob Simpson and defensive end Horace Jones placed safety George Adiick on injured reserve signed halfback Al Hunter to a series of conlracts which run through the 1980 season Tampa Bay Obtained quarterback Jeb Bkwil on waivers from Oakland released defensive Reggie Picrson guard Charles Uttte asd wide receiver George Ragsdale Washington Waived defensive end Duncan MiColl wide receiver Kevin Farrell and offensive tackle Mike Hughes Placed lighl end Reggie Haynes on injured reserve Baseball Baltimore Purchased pitcher Earl Stephenson from Rochester ULi NFL EihfWOon Standings By United Prett InterniBoMl Amertcsn Conference W L T Pet PF PA 4 1 0 MO 125 44 3 2 0 600 77 86 3 2 0 600 93 61 3 3 0 500 69 83 96 88 New England Miami Baltimore NT Jets Buffalo Cincinnati Pittsburgh Cleveland Houston Dwver Seattle Sm Oakland City Central 4 3 3 0 400 J L T Prt PT PA 1 0 m 141 52 2 0 600 106 90 0 600 99 81 57 K 3 2 2 3 0 400 Wot W L T Pet 4 t n m 3 2 0 MO Washington Philadelphia Dallas St Louis NY Giants Minnesota Chicago Detroit Eat W L T Pet 3 2 0 600 3 2 0 600 2 3 0 1 4 0 200 1 4 0 200 Central W L T Pet 3 2 0 600 3 3 0 Green Bay 140 200 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