New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 12, 1983, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 12, 1983

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 12, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas rn*'* Do the bump Sts* photo by    Nit    hudson N«w Braunfels Herald Zeifung friday, August 12, 1983Dolphins' QB shuffle on sidelines for now 7A Roxane Hoi* of New Braunfels works on her bumping technique during the girls' volleyball camp this week at New Braunfels Middle School. Approximately 30 girls from the New Braunfels ISD, By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS When Miami Coach Don Shula is faced with playing time for his quarterbacks lately, he's not confronted with trying to decide between David Woodley and Don Strock. Woodley and Strock, the Dolphins' successful “Woodstrock” combo of the past few seasons, haven’t been contesting for the position in preseason. Strock is having a contract dispute and has not reported to camp. Shula said he would start Woodley against the New Orleans Saints in a National Football league exhibition game Saturday night in Miami He’ll also look at Dan Marino, the team's No. I draft choice from Pitt, and third-year veteran Jim Jensen Marino will get “ plenty of playing time” while “I’m also going to give Jim Jensen a shot,” Shula said. Although several NFL and United States Football League teams are interested in Strock. Shula said he was hopeful that the Dolphins would sign the discontented player. New Orleans running back George Rogers, who came away from last week’s game with Tampa Bay with a sore neck, will probably play against the Dolphins. In tonight s games, the New York Giants are at Pittsburgh Cincinnati is at Washington and Green Bay is at Seattle. Saturday night, Cleveland is at Buffalo, Chicago is at St I/mis, Detroit at Kansas City, Baltimore at Minnesota, Atlanta at Denver, Philadelphia at San Diego, Tampa Bay at Houston and the I ais Angeles Raiders face the New York Jets at Giants Stadium in East Rutherford, N J Sunday New England plays at San Francisco, and Monday Dallas is at the l>os Angeles Rams Quarterback Matt Cavanaugh shouldn’t find the surroundings too strange when the Patriots play the 49ers — except for the uniform he’s wearing Cavanaugh was traded Thursday by tile Patriots to the 49ers I think I ve been having the best camp I’ve had in a long time throwing the ball, so I'm just looking forward to getting out there and spending some time in meetings and getting attuned to what they’re doing and then getting on the field and executing,’’ Cavanaugh said before leaving the Patriots’ ( amp in Smithfield. R I Cavanaugh, a second-round draft choice from Pitt in 1978. completed 53.5 percent of his passes for 3,013 yards and 19 touchdowns during his years with the Patriots He wa^ third on the dept!, chart this camp behind Steve Grogan and Tony EasonSports calendar Comal ISD and Seguin ISD participated in the camp, which was run by Texas Lutheran College coach Susan Duke. Soccer: Aug. 15-16. Registration for the New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will be held at the following elementary schools and times - l,one Star. 8 a m. until 3 p.m.; Seele, 8 a rn until 4 p m Carl Schultz, 8 a rn until 3 .30 p m. Football ticket*: New Braunfels Unicorn season ticket holders may renew their option Aug 15-19 at the school. The general public may buy season tickets Aug. 22 through Sept I. Times are 8 a m to noon and I p.m. to 3 30 p.m. Canyon Cougar season ticket holders may purchase their 1983 tickets until Aug. 19. Beginning Aug. 22, they will go on sale to the general public Times are from 8-12 and 1-4 Monday-through Friday at the high school. Tennis: NBTA doubles tourney Saturday, Aug 13, New Braunfels Highschool courts; 8 30 a rn Gym and weight room: New Braunfels Middle School will open its gym and weight room to the public Monday, Wednesday and Fri-iay from 1-5 p.m. The facilities may be used until Aug 29 Swim for Lunch: Tuesday . 1130 a m to 1:30 p.m. at the I .anda Park Pool Program w ill run Tuesday through Friday Participants must pay the pool entry fee and sign in w ith the pool staff luanda Rec Center Open recreation Monday through Friday from I-8 p m Summer volleyball Wednesdays, 6:30 pm at {.anda and Hay market Parks, A league of Summer Volley ball league plays; Mondays. B I x-ague plays. Golf I-inda Park. Aug 14, Sunday Scramble, 12:30 p.m. tee off; City Junior Golf Championship. Friday, Aug 19 Guys and Dolls tourney. Thursday, Aug 25. lOa.m i lf you or your sports group would like your local sports announcement to appear in Hie Herald Ztniung sports calendar, mail the annoucement to PO Drawer 361, New Braunfels. 78131 or call (512> 625-9144 and ask for David King or the sports desk IBrieflyNow Braunfels freshmen start workouts Monday All.New Braunfels High School freshman football players need to report to the field house Monday at I p.rn Equipment will be issued then, and the team's first workout will be immediately after that.NB Youth Soccer opens registration The New Braunfels Youth Soccer Association will hold its fall registration Aug. 15-16 at the following schools and times: I Aine Star. 8 am until 3 p.m.; Seele, 8 a.rn until 4 p.m.; and Carl Schurz, 8 a rn. until 3 30 pm. The cost of the registration is $15 and those wishing to register must present a birth certificate.NBTA to hold doubles tourney The New Braunfels Tennis Assoc iation is holding a doubles tournament Saturday at New Braunfels High School tennis courts There will be four divisions of play — a men s A and B doubles and a women’s A and B doubles. Play will begin at 8 30 a m The entry fee is $3 and a new can of tennis balls per person Call 629-6112 or 625-1365 to enterBowling association schedules meeting The New Braunfels Women’s Bowling Association will meet Tuesday at 7 30 p m at the First Federal Savings and Loan meeting room NB football tickets go on sale soon Season tickets for the New Braunfels Unicorns will goon sale Aug. 15-19for season ticket option holders. The* general public may buy the tickets Aug 22 through Sept I. The school will be open from 8 a m until noon and I p m until 3 30 p m For more information, contact the school at 625-6271. NB Middle School opens weight room The New Braunfels Middle School’* gym and w eight room is open to the public. The facilities will be available Monday. Wednesday and Friday from 1-5 p m through Aug 29. For more information call 625-2611. Lands schedules golf tournaments The Junior City Golf Championship for boys and girls, age 18 and under, is Friday, Aug 19 at 9 30 a rn., and registration is underway at the I anda Park Golf Course pro shop The next Sunday Scramble will be at 12 30 p rn Aug. 14 Plans are being made for a Senior City Championship for men age 56 and over to run in September. but no definite date has been decided Contact Bill Halbert, golf pro, at 625-3225 for more information New Braunfels, Picture This' At LANDA FOTO We Precess tour Film' While You Shop' L Ll t* V OTNf HO* * RWC! k LANDA PLAZA a M_/> To place your Want Ad dial 625-9144 Scoreboard \ >asebal la few im •y tai Muhim *•» MMM* LOM USI MHM ta IM* tao MSI CH, • IMM (4    a    in u    a    rn    h UHM' ii    «    HI    I ll U M Ii ii a rn v t a a ut Vt ll    ti    MI    - kl    M    Mi    I MHW’ MMM! m    rn    IM    I ll I • ll •    rn    rn    ii feaaaa I Ila* 4 Ma IM I MM I ll aa*! 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