New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, September 20, 1983, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung September 20, 1983

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 20, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas Locals fare well in Sunday shoot The New Braunfels Schuetzen Verein swept the top spots in a prize shoot hosted by the local club Sunday. The locals also claimed two of the six awards given for overall performance during the 1983 season, which ended with Sunday's prize shoot. A total of 67 participants from the five clubs forming the Schuetzen Bund — New Braunfels, Boerne, Vogels Valley, Kruetzberg and Alamo—entered the local shoot. New Braunfels No. I won the rest team competition with a 1,233 total. Alamo was second at 1,221 and Vogels Valley was third, also with 1,221. New Braunfels No. I also won the team offhand competition with a 555 score, followed by Alamo with 538 and Vogels Valley with 533. Jim Clarke of New Braunfels won the indiviaul competition with a 249, with Jimmy Meckel a point behind at 248. Dorothy Jamison of Alamo was third at 248 as well. Wayne Arthur of New Braunfels fired a 119 for first in offhand, with Polly Jamison of Alamo second with 118. Eddie Stevens fired 115 for third. In the season standings, Vogels Valley won the team rest^ competition with a total scored or1,916, for an average of 1,229. New Braunfels No. I was second with 4,908 and 1,226.5, and Alamo was third with 4,904 and 1,226. New Braunfels No. I won the offhand trophy with a 2,331 score, for a 557.75 average. New Braunfels No. 2 was second with 2,113 and 528.25, and Alamo was third with 2,106 and 527. Kart Nentwich of Vogels Valley was tops in the mens individual rest competition with a 991 total for an average of 247.75. Meckel of New Braunfels was second with 990 and 247.5, and Udo Bruemmer of Vogels Valley placed third with 988 and 247. Buddy Harris won the men’s individual offhand with a 460 score for a 115 average. O.C. Perkins of New Braunfels was second with 450 and 112.5 scores, and Dan Zettner of Boerne was third with 449 and 112.25. Alamo’s Polly Jamison won both the women's individual rest ami offhand competition. She won the rest category with a 984 total and a 246 average and the offhand division with a 441 total and a 110.75 average. Virginia Stevens of Vogels Valley finished second in both divisions with 961 and 245.25 totals in rest and 436 and 109 totals in offhand. Dorothy Jamison of Alamo was third in women’s individual rest with a 980 total for a 245 average, while Patty Pringle of New Braunfels was third in offhand with scores of 431 and 107.75. No contest Raider defense throttles Miami LOS ANGELES (AP) — By his own admittance, Lyle Alzado is a little different, as are his teammates on the Los Angeles Raiders’ defense. Different, perhaps, but very, very good. If the Miami Dolphins didn’t know how good, they do now. The Raiders blanked Miami until the issue was no longer in doubt Monday night as Los Angeles joined the Dallas Cowboys as the National Football League's only unbeaten teams with a decisive 27-14 victory over the Dolphins. ‘‘Each of the guys on the defense is a little off-center and there’s a great deal of pride," said Alzado, a 34-year-old defensive end. "Your teammates beat you up trying to get to the ball. It’s a very overpowering defense." Indeed, it is. The Raiders have given up only three touchdowns and just 30 points overall in beating Cincinnati, Houston and Miami. All three of those TDs came after Los Angeles had assured itself of victory. The Dolphins, who had only nine first downs until the final few minutes Monday night, got their touchdowns on a 6-yard pass from rookie quarterback Dan Marino to tight end Joe Rose with 2:29 remaining and a 2-yard pass from Marino to Mark Duper with 20 seconds left. Before that, nothing. As a result, the defending American Football Conference champion Dolphins fell to 2-1 and the Raiders improved their incredible Monday night record to 20-2-1 since prime-time football came into being in 1970. Probably the key play of the game occurred late in the third quarter. Naturally, it was provided by file Los Angeles defense. The Raiders led 13-0, but the Dolphins were in a third-end-six situation at the Los Angeles 21-yard line. Miami quarterback David Woodley went back to pass, but was separated from the ball by blitzing linebacker Rod Martin. Rookie Los Angeles defensive end Greg Townsend scooped the ball up at the Raiders’ 34-yard line and dashed 66 yards for a touchdown, making it 260 and all but sealing the outcome. "I saw all these black jerseys (his teammates) and the ball and somebody yelled ‘Pick it up,’" recalled Townsend, a fourth-round draft choice of the Raiders who attended Texas Christian University. Baltimore rallies past Milwaukee again By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Don’t tell the Milwaukee Brewers that lightning doesn’t strike twice in the same place. After trailing the Brewers 7-0 on Sunday, the Orioles rallied and finally won the game in the ninth inning on a game-winning single by rookie catcher John Stefero. On Monday night, Stefero, who has played in six major-league games with five hits in IO at-bats, did it again. He climaxed a two-run rally in the 11th inning with another RBI single, giving the Orioles an 8-7 victory over the Brewers and a 74-game lead over second-place Detroit in the American League East "It’s kind of a one-in-a-million chance to get to do this," said Stefero, who helped reduce Baltimore’s "magic number" to seven. "I want to open some eyes here that I can hit in pressure situations." Meanwhile, the Orioles’ comeback ability is starting to look unreal even to their own players. They have 35 come-from-behind victories this season and have a 33-11 record in games decided in the seventh inning or later. "I sUll can’t believe it.” Twins 7, White Sox 5 Minnesota continued its success over runaway division champion Chicago as Tom Brunarisky knocked in four runs, two of them with a homer in the top (rf the eighth inning. Red Sox 5, Yankees 3 Bob Stanley earned his 30th save and sUfled a home-run hitting contest between Boston and New York with three innings of one-hit pitching. Mariners 9, Blue Jays 6 Seattle snapped a seven-game losing streak with a five-run seventh inning against Toronto highlighted by Darnell Coles’ two-run single. Al Cowens and Dave Henderson also contributed run-scoring singles to the winning rally that made a winner of Matt Young, 11-15. Buck Martinez hit his 10th homer for the Blue Jays. Royals 9-7, Angels 4-6 Kansas City had to rally in the late innings of both games to sweep a doubleheader from California. With the Royals trailing 6-5 in the ninth of the second game, Willie Wilson doubled in the tying run with two outs then raced home when Pat Sheridan hit an infield single. Fortune still raining on Oilers, Biles HOUSTON (AP) - After watching his team drubbed 40-28 by Pittsburgh on Sunday, Houston Oiler Coach Ed Biles awoke Monday morning and thought it had to be a better day. Wrong. Heavy rains had caused flooding throughout the city during the night and when a generator was threatened by rising waters, all power in the area of the Oiler training facility was turned off. Movie projectors went silent, film grading ceased and the day’s scheduled practice was canceled. Then came word that the Oilers’ most experienced offensive lineman, Doug France, had seriously cut his hand after the game and would require surgery that would keep him out of action for two to three weeks. Also dampening Biles’ day were those pesky questions about Biles’ job security in the face of a 10-game losing streak and upcoming road games against Buffalo and a return match at Pittsburgh. But Biles’ stiff upper lip still was firmly in place as it had been after Sunday’s game and he almost looked comfortable on the hot seat. Asked if he still had the confidence of owner Bud Adams, Biles said "I can’t say. Bud has turned the football operation over to (General Manager) Ladd (Herzeg) and there has been no indication that they want to change what we have started. "We’re not going to mortgage the future and we’re not going for any get-rich-quick schemes." Biles is 8-20 as head coach (rf the Oilers and in the final year of a three-year contract. The loss of France could seriously affect the Oilers' young offensive line that has struggled the past two weeks. "It's a blow to our line situation," Biles said. "We’ll see what is available." Biles said the Oilers would consider signing free agent guard Pat Howell, formerly of the Atlanta Falcons. "But I understand it is his preference to go to the west coast," Biles said. Biles faced another prickly problem today — deciding on a starting quarterback. Biles picked Archie Manning to lead the team in the preseason but after two off performances. Biles is considering going back to Gifford Nielsen. Manning hit 16 of 27 passes for 300 yards and one touchdown against the Steelers but his four interceptions and one lost fumble contributed to 16 Steeler points. Standings On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 6 30pm Baseball Cincinnati Rads ai Atlanta Brave* WTBS WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 6pm - B—baw. USA ll 30pm - Bwb-. USA Today's sports VoMsybaN Plains Los SI Smithton VsMsy. 7pm (Smithton Vattay ninth glads and |uniof varsity taco Bur not st 6 pm and 7 pm). Canyon st Round Rock t6306 307 JO pm) Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION WEST DIVISION Los Angelas 86 64 573 _ Atlanta 81 67 647 4 Houston 78 71 623 7H San Diego 76 74 507 IO San Franc taco TI 79 473 15 Cincinnati 68 81 466 ISH Monday s Games Navy Yotk 5. Pittsburgh 4 W I Pct GB Baltimore 92 66 622 Detroit 96 64 570 7* Navy Yots 83 66 667 9H Tot on to 82 69 643 IIH Milwaukee 79 71 .627 14 Boston 73 79 483 20H Cleveland WEST DIVISION 86 83 443 26H •Chicago 89 81 693 — Kansas City 73 76 490 16H Ta aaa 71 79 .473 lf Oakland 69 92 467 20H Catdom* 66 96 433 24 Minnesota 66 96 433 24 Seattle 66 93 376 32H a clinched division tills Monday's Gamss Boston 6. Now York 3 Sooths 9. Toronto 9 Mirvisso(a 7, Chicago 9 Baltimore 9, Milwaukee 7,11 innings Kansas City B-7, Castor ma 4-9 Only gamst scheduled Tuesday t Gams* Baltimore IO Martins* 7 14 and Swaggerty 1-01 st Dstrort (Patty 17 9 and Abbott 7-41.2. (t n) Sooths (Moors 6-7) at Toronto (Stab IS121, (rh Milwaukee I Caldwell ll HI at Cleveland (Satellite 19-101. In) Now York (Momstuaco 2-01 si Boston (Hurst 12 KW, (nj Minnesota (Wilkam# 10-1 % st Chicago (Hoyt 20 101. (rh Castor ma (John 1(1121 st Kansas City (SpSttorft 11 71. (rh Oakland (McCarty SBI st Tom (Hough 14-12). Sh Wednesday* Gamas Baibmors at Oast*. Sh Mhwaukasat CtavaUnd, Sh Navy Yolk al Boston. Sh Sooths at Toronto. Sh Minnesota at Chicago, Sh Castor ma st Kanaas City. Sh Oakland at Tease, (rh Philadelphia 7. Chicago 6 Montreal 3-6, St Lou* 0 3 Loa Angela* 9. Houston 2 San Diego 4, San Francisco 2 Only games scheduled Tuesday* Game* Pittsburgh iMcWilham* 146) al Now York (Lynch I (19) Chicago (Trout 9 Mist Philadelphia (Grots40) St Louis lf orach 8 tit at Montreal (Gulhckaon 16-111, Sh Cincinnati (Pastors 8 12) at A Man la (Niekro IO 91. Sh Houston (Ryan 138) at Loa Angels* (Pena 129) Sh San Diego (Show MIO) at San francisco (M Calvert 031. In) Wednesday* Gam— Pittsburgh at Chicago San Otego at San Francisco Cincinnati at Atlanta Philadelphia at Montreal Uh New York at St Louie, tm Houston st Los Angels*. Ut) Football National Football League Al A Glance American Conter anes East w L T Pct Pf PA Bullate 2 I 0 667 38 41 Miami 2 I 0 667 60 61 Saltimors 1 2 0 333 62 68 New England I 2 0 333 TO 76 N Y Jets Cantle) I 2 0 333 64 69 Cleveland 2 I 0 667 69 60 Pittsburgh 2 1 0 667 76 63 Cincinnati 0 3 0 OOO 23 47 Houston Weal 0 3 0 OOO 72 101 LA. Retests 3 0 0 I OOO 67 30 Denver 2 I 0 667 41 33 Seattle 2 I 0 667 64 68 Kansas City I 2 0 333 43 67 Sen Diego I National Conference East 2 0 333 77 89 Danes 3 0 0 I OOO 93 60 Pii lie I-*-*—a--— rnmampnm 2 I 0 667 a 60 Washington    2    I 0 NY Giant*    I    2    0 St Louis    0    3    0 Central Green Bay    2    10 Minnesota    2    10 Chicago    I    2    0 Detroit    I    2    0 Tampa Bey    0    3    0 West Attent*    2    10 L A Rams    2    I 0 New Olean*    2    10 San Francisco    2    I 0 Sunday t Games Dana* 2B NY Giants 13 Pittsburgh 40. Houston 29 Atlanta 30. Detroit 14 New Orleans 34, Chicago 31 Washington 27 Kansas City 12 San Francisco 42 St Louis 27 Glean Bay 27 LA Ram* 24 New England 23. NY .tats 13 Minnesota 19. Tampa Bay 16 (OTI Seattle 34, San Diego 31 Buffalo 28 Baltimore 23 Philadelphia 13. Denver IO Monday * Game Los Angsts* Raider* 27. Miami 14 Sunday Sept 26 New Orleans at Dallas noon Detroit st Minnesota noon St Loo* st Philadelphia noon Houston st Buffalo noon Kansas City at Miami noon Cincinnati at Tampa Bey noon New England st Pittsburgh, noon Chicago al Baltimore, lpm Cleveland at San Diego 3pm Washington at Seattle 3 p m Atlanta at San Francisco, 3 p m Loa Angels* Raiders at Denver lpm Loa Angeles Rams at New York Jet* 3pm Monday Sept 29 Green Bay at New York Giants 9pm Here is The Associated Press Schoolboy Football Poll with test piece votes rn parentheses and season records based on 1099 7A 6-4 3 21 Class 6A 1 Converse Judson ti 2) 300 173 2 Highland Park IX 300 166 3 Odessa Permian (2) 300 146    _ 4 Beaumont Wast Brook (I I SOO 134 6 San Angelo Central (2) 300 130 9 Plano30092 7 Midland Lae 300 88 9 Br aloewood 3-00 64 9 Tempi* SOO 33 10 Gaiveeton Ba* 21017 Class 4A 667 80 66 I Fort Beno WMowndge <20) 300 200 333 36 57 2 New B Lur if el* 3-00 174 OOO 61 104 3    Cleburne 300 163 4    St*be* JOO 132 667 99 87 5 Jasper SOT) 111 667 63 86 6 Waxahachie 300 92 333 66 64 7 Bay Cay 3 DO 79 333 51 61 8 Lubbock E alacarte 2 1-0 36 OOO 26 47 9    McKinney 300 16 10    Corsicana 2 1012 667 63 47 667 TO 60 Class 3A 667 89 78 I Littlefield (16) 3-0-0 194 66? 107 66 2 Nevmou i3) 300 178 3 Bellville (II 300 136 4 Daingerfield 300 128 6 Ballinger 30011O 6 Pflugerville 300 BO 7 Medina Valley 30060 8 Refugio 2 10 40 9 Decatur 2 10 39 10 Cameron 300 X Class 2A 1 Panhandle (Si JOO IHS 2 Groveton (9) 300 183 3 Haw Center (3i 300 161 4 Kerens 300 130 6 Sabinal 300 96 6 Boyd 300 93 7 East Bernard 3-00 67 8 Phot Point 2 1 0 60 9 Hawkins 300 21 10 Huh Daisetta 2 1017 Class A 1 Bren wood HBI 300 182 2 Wark (3) 300178 3 Tanana .11200 166 4 Catasta 300 126 6 Latin 3-00 117 6 Rungs 300 94 7 Goldthwaite 300 TO 8 Sabm# Pass 300 63 9 Valley MSI* 300 61 NATIONAL LEAGUE KAST DIVISION W I Pct GS Philadelphia SO TO 633 - Montreal 78 72 620 2 PRtaburgh TS 72 620 2 St. Ionia 73 77 .487 7 Chicago 87 S3 .447 13 New Yo* •2 SS 413 IS CUM9* Sartor Shop 226 W. 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"We accomplished exactly what we wanted in the second half "When you’re ahead 20-0, the only thing that the other team has any hope for is that you will give them the time they need, because time is definitely against them, so you work to take the time away from them You do that by letting that clock run and don’t give them an opportunity to get any momentum through mistakes. "I wouldn’t change a thing. How could I be disappointed'’ We wanted to win the ball game. We weren’t about to go out there and do something to lose it." Texas Rangers fight on return flight DALLAS (AP) - Texas Rangers Mickey Rivers and Mike Richardt exchanged punches on a commercial flight that carried the American League club from Los Angeles to the Dallas-Fort Worth Regional Airport on Sunday night, team officials said. Several punches were thrown, but the fight was broken up quickly by Manager Doug Rader, according to The Dallas Morning News. Richardt called the brief battle a misunderstanding "I don’t think this is the first time it happened, I’m sure it’s not the last," said general manager Joe Klein, who wasn’t on the plane. "Players spend a lot of tune together " Cowboys' Johnson gets day off DALLAS (AP) — Unhappy Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Butch Johnson was given Monday off after a 45-min Ute closed door meeting with coach Tom Landry Johnson has been unhappy about the amount of playing tune he has been getting and met with the coach after the Cowboys 28-13 victory over the New York Giants "I didn t tell him to take the day oti, he asked for it," Undry said, admitting it was unusual, bid "not out of the ordinary" to give a player the day off. "He said he needed the day off to do some things He’s been down for a week or so and hasn't been feeling himself I gave him the chance to shake it aff," Landry said. The coach said Johnson did not raise his voice during the meeting and denied that Johnson was upset Landry ’s explanation came when it was noted that Johnson was missing from Monday’s team meeting and light workout. Cowboys players were somewhat skeptical of Landry’* explanation. They believed the coach was establishing a double standard by giving Johnson the day off "This ain’t Montgomery Ward. You just don't call in sick. That’s not how it s done This is a team. We got 48 players and Butch," said ane player. Veterans were unable to recall the last time Landry granted a player the day off WM Hwy 81 UM Figure World _j ;

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: September 20, 1983

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