New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 7, 1983, Page 8

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 7, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas •A New Braunfefe Hwki-Zmtung Friday, Octobw 7,1983 USFL chief not worried about Gunslingers' woes SAN ANTONIO (AP) — TIM commiaalooar of the United States Football League says the Gunslingers hate worked “a minor miracle" In renovating Alamo Stadium — and that he's not worried about Om (ranchlae'i legal problems. Commissioner Chet Simmons said “only acts of God" could mort the USFL Gunslingers out of San Antonio, despite the local franchise’s tangle of lawsuits The dty and a neighborhood aaaodatioo each have filed suit seeking to block the team from using Alamo Stadium. The Gunslingers promptly coun» And the attorney for the Gunslingers, Marynell Maloney, has filed a slander suit against Mayor Henry Cisneros for referring to team owners as "a bunch of snakes." "Let’s quit worrying about the legal ramifications and start getting ready for the season," Simmons said Wednesday, during a brief stop In San Antonio. "I'm really, really satisfied with the progress that has been made at the stadium," he said. "In less than three months, they’ve put In a new field and made the stadium look very nice. Doing all that work took a minor miracle." Simmons traveled here to meet with the Gunslingers’ principal owner, South Texas oil baron Clinton Manges. It was the commissioner’s first visit since tbs franchise formally was awarded In July. The Gunslingers are making Improvements to Alamo Stadium, such as putting In artificial turf and expanding tbs seating, aa part of their lease with the San Antonio Independent School District Tbs city’s suit against the team cites a IWS deed restriction prohibiting professional sports from taking place at the facility, but Simmons said the USFL stands behind Manges. David King Hobart Johnson Dobbla DoLoach John 8antar Lect week: 13-2 Leat weak: 14-1 Lest week: 14-1 Leat week: 18-2 ▼Kip i * ma rn lr *m mpsmA*. 1 HIH WMK rn gBiTIMt Overall: 74-24, .768 Overall: 74-24, .786 Overall: 71*27, .724 Overall: 71-27, .724 Lockhart at Now BraunfMe New Braunfels New Braunfels Liam Pf. mfele HI HW DrHUnTHia New Braunfels Canyon at Fredericksburg Canyon Canyon Canyon Canyon Bandera at Smithton Valley Smithton Valley Bandore Bandera Smithton Valley Gonzales at Kerrville Ttvy Gonzales Kerrville Tlvy Gonzales Gonzales Southside at Cote Cole Colo Col* Cole Boerne et Randolph Randolph Boerne Randolph Randolph Sen Anotto Central et Odeeee Permian Sen Angelo Central Odeeee Permian Odeeee Permian Sen Angelo Central Northweetam 8wte et 8WT 8WT SWT «WT SWT Tex** Lutheran at Langston Texae Lutheran Texae Lutheran Texae Lutheran Texae Lutheran Oklahoma ve.Tenae Texae Texae Texae Texae Savior at SMU SMU SMU SMU SMU Houeton et Texee ABM Houeton Houeton Houston Texae ARM TCU at We* TCU TCU TCU TCU •ip. * i A leulnrt da# TTeuAe T mn La IWW MEXICO HI I HXM I HCH Text* Tech Texae Tech Texas Tech Texae Tech Tampa Bey et Den** Pellet Dote* Dexes Dadas Denver et Houeton Denver Houston Denver Denver Standings On th* air PRIDAY TtlCVlSION 7 p.m. - Boxing, USA. 7 p.m. - I mb XU: BaWmor* Orloiaa va. Chicago WhRa Sox, KMOL. PRIDAY RADIO 7:40 p.m. - Lockhart at New Brauofata, KNBT. SATURDAY TKLCVISION noon — OSMOOK Bin! mort utkhvi ss tniggqo White Box, KMOL. 2:30 p m. - Football: Taama to ba announced. KINS. 4 om, - Qcnaral: WW* World of Sport*. KS AT. 7 p.m. - Football: UU at Tannaam, WTSS SATURDAY RAOIO 7 p.m. - Football: Savior at SMU, KNBT-FM. Briefly Local aport* PRIDAY Football: Lockhart at New Braunfoie. I p.m.; Canyon at Fredericksburg, I p.m.. Bandar* at Bmlthaon Valley. 7:30 pm. Land* Rec Center open (rom 1 p.m. to I p.m. Harrla rating* CLASS BA t.Odaaaa Permian 2. San Angelo Central 3. Judean 4. Plano I. Smt. Wear Brook I. La Porta 7. Gregory Portland 0 ISwiSviMs •.Tempt* IO Midland Le* Odtara: 1B2. Seguin 217. San Marco* CLASS 4A 1. WMowridge 2. Jaaper 3. Bay Cay 4. New Braunlala 6. Cleburne •.Carthage 7. Terr ak S . El Campo • ••abe* IO. Waxahachie IO. Corsicana Other*: 23. Fredericksburg 2S Gonialas 30. Canyon SB. Gaorgatown 44. Hays 40. Kerry iii# Trvy 104. Lockhart 134. Baatrop CLASS 3A 1. Daingerfield 2. Utdefiaid 3. Gladewater 4. Navasota B. Medina Valley •.Lindale 7 Refugio 9 Waco Robmaon 10 Camaron Yoe Others. 20 PtlugarviNc 23 Pear sax 3B Boar na 68 Bandera TO Randolph 1 BO. CM* 166 Southside 167 Smithson valley CLASS 2A 2 Morton 3 Groveton 4. Hat* Cantar • Panhandle •. Bas* Barnard 7 Grand Satin* |. Hawkins 0. Farmersville 10. Yorktown Odtara: M Blanco 140 Comfort IM Marion CLASS A 2. Leon 3. Wink 4 Tenaha I Paradkw •. Union HUI 7. Italy B. Caddo Miis S. Knox City IO. Overton Odters: US. Navarre Beanball IM IM IM IM 134 •7 1(2 ISO 170 170 176 17* 17* 176 178 178 146 IM ISO 150 172 170 170 IOO IM IM IM IM IM 160 IM IM 1»7 164 163 141 133 174 IM 167 166 164 162 162 161 IM IM 164 163 148 143 142 126 127 127 163 163 IM IM IM 164 164 1S2 IBI 151 127 11« 113 144 144 143 142 141 League Championahip Sari** At A Glance (Beet-of-flv* series) NATIONAL LIAO LU (Sanaa tied MI Game I PhHadaiphJa    100    000    000-1    •    I Lo* Angeles    OOO    OOO    000 - 0    7    0 Carlton, Holland (SI and Dial. Reuct, Nledenfuor (Bl and Yeager. W-Carlton, 1-0. L-Rauaa. 0-1. HR - Philadelphia. Schmidt (11. Oam* 2 Philadelphia    010    OOO    000-1    7    2 Los Angola*    IOO    020    01a-4    •    1 Denny, Reed (7) and Oles; Vaiantuaia. Niedanfuer IS) and Pimp!*. W - Vaiantuaia. 1-0. L-Denny. DI. HRs-Phiiedaiphta. Matthews 111. Friday. October 7 Loa Angeles (Welch 16-12) at Philadelphia (Hudson BB), 2:06 p.m. Saturday. October • Loc Angeles at Phliadaiphia, 7:20 p.m. Sunday. October • Los Angeles at Philadelphia. IM p.m., if Chicago AMERICAN LEAGUE (Seriestied MI Gama I OOI 001 000 - 2 7 0 OOO OOO 001-1 6 1 Hoyt and Fisk: McGregor. Stewart (7), T.Mar tinai (Si and Dempsey. W-Hoyt, l-O. L-McGragor. Bl. Gama 2 Chicago    OOO    OOO    000-    0    5    2 010 102 OO*-4 6 0 Baroi** (7), Lamp (8) and Flak; Boddickar and Dampaay W-Boddtckar. I 0 L-Bannistar. 0-1. HR - Baltimore. Roomcksll). Friday, October 7 BaWmor* (Flanagan 12-41 at Chicago (Dotson 22 7). 7.20 pjn. Saturday. October • BaMmora at Chicago. 12:06 p m Sunday. October • Bedim or# at Chicago. 7:20 pm . if nee assary Schoolboy scores Austin Reagan 17, Austin McCaHum 3 Austin Crockett 7, Austin Lanier 7 (ti*) SA Jay 80. SA Memorial 6 SA Fo* Tach 46, SA Wheatley 0 SA McCollum 43. SA Kennedy 21 Hockey Naeonal Hockey League At A Glance By Th* Associated Press Wales Conference Patrick Division W Pts GF GA NY NY tale* Pittsburgh New Jersey Washington Adorn# Division Boston Buffalo Montreat Campbell Conference Nome Division Chicago St Loud Detroit Toronto Smyth* Division Calgary Edmonton Lea Angelas Vancouver Thursday's Games Nu «-«— -* a    4 •Ti WMM*rCM*W r | RhOTtliggl B 6 4 IO I 3 2 I 9 6 IO 1 4 3 Philadelphia 4, Washington I Friday's Gam** N.Y. Ranger* at New Jersey, im Edmonson st Winnipeg, In) Minnesota sa Vancouver, In) New Im amil.‘I mix leu ll Kl PKX NBMS teams fell to Kirby Thursday Thrte of tho four Now Brtunfoli Middle School teams loot to Kirby Middle School Thursday night, white the fourth played to a BcorateM tte. Kirby, which foods Into Gas* SA power Judson High School, handed tho eighth grads ‘A’ team a IM loos, white tho *B’ squads tied, (MI. "We played a groat gams for Ste quarters," coach David Vaughan said of tho ‘A’ team. Kirby scored both its touchdowns In tho game’s final four minutes. Tho seventh grads ‘A’ team tell, 30-14, while the *B’ teams also lost, OO. All four teams had corno Into the week on a winning note, aa they bu defeated Canyon Middle School tho previous week. The eight grade ‘A’ squad won 14-0 on scores by Creepln Peres and Leonard Lagunas, while Chria Gonzales scored the game's only touchdown as the ‘B’ teem won OO. 'A' squad safety Glenn Herman picked off a pass against Canyon — his sixth of the year. The seventh grade 'A' end *B' teams won, 284 and OO, respectively. Fishing Report CF softball tat this waakand The Lone Star Chapter of tho Cystic Fibrosis Foundation la sponsoring a softball tournament Saturday and Sunday at Camp Comal. Proceeds from tho tournament will go to cystic fibrosis research. For more information, call Mr. or Mrs. Jiff Hand at 8184804 or8184847. Southwestern team rankad No. 2 The Southwestern University volleyball team, which Includes Junior captain Debbie Williamson of Now Braunfels, has been rankad No. 8 nationally In NAIA. The Pirates, who have not lost to an NAIA school this season, trolls only Hewaii-Hilo in the poll, which was released lest week. Williamson Is a IMI graduate of New Braunfels Highschool. T-Bar-M plans araobic elates* T-Bar-M la starting a new Aerobics Action class beginning Oct 17 at the T-Bar-M gym. The class will run from Oct. 17 to Nov. SS, and It will be on Mondays and Wednesday* from 8:30 p.m. top 8:18 pm. The cost Is ll*. For more Information, call T-Bar-M at 08-7738. Club to sponsor •kat tournament The Cibolo Bowling Club will hold a shat and domino tournament Sunday beginning at I p.m. at the dub In Cibolo. Turkeys will be awarded as prizes. Fall softball garnet raschedulad Here la a schedule of fall softball games which had to be reecheduled beceuee of rain: New Date Time League Teems Field Oct. IO 8:30 p.m. Men's B 14 Old Oct. IO 8:30 pan. Men's B 104 we-- mw Oct. IO 9:30 p.m. Men’s B 84 Old Oct. IO 8:30 pm. Men’s B 18-14 M-- IYwW Oct. ll 8:30 pm Men's B 84 Old Oct. ll 9:30 pm. Men's B 18-18 hlmm new AUSTIN (AP) - Here is the fishing report compiled by th* I exes Parks and Wildlife Department: AMIS TAO: Water dear. 78 degrees. 10 feet tow; black base fair to five pounds on plastic worms end topwatera. spinners, grubs: striper good to 20* pounds on Redfin top wa ter, many surfacing, some crappie st night around docks and bridges: whit* base plentiful: blue catfish excellent to 18 pounds on rod end reel; channel catfish good to five pounds in baited hot**. BASTROP: Water deer, 78 degrees, normal level; bleck bees good to three and a half pounds on black worms and topwoters; crappie alow; hybrid striper alow; catfish fair to good to three pounds on (rinkbait and Uv* bort. BRAUNIG: Water deer. SO degree*, normal level; bleck baas picking up from three to eight pounds on cranks. Bagley*. Hellbenders, plastic worms in shadow water, catfish excellent to 11 pounds in good number* on shrimp. Hellbenders, Bomber#, tdepia; hybrid striper off and on to five pounds on 20 feet of water; crappie alow. channel catfish excellent from Who to IO pound* BUCHANAN: Water deer, SO degree*, four feet low; bleck bee* good to five pounds on crawdad-color ad cranks and crawdads, striper •low; crappie picking up akghtfy; white bees schooling early and let*, catfish good on rod and reel to two pound*; yellow catfish to 40 pounds rn good number* with dva bait on botkn*. CALAVERAS: Water deer, S3 degree*. IS inches low; Mack base good to six pound* on plastic worms; hybrid striper slow; yellow catfish fair to 26 pounds on shad and grape worms. COLETO CREEK: Water deer. M degrees, normal level; bleck base fax to four pounds on to topwatera end plastic worms; striper no report; crappie good with stringers to 76 fish al Per dido-Sulphur creek junction; catfish good to 40 pounds on rod and real. CORPUS CHRISTI: Water deer. four feet low: Mack baas alow; striper slow: crappie excellent to IOO Hah per stringer off the pier; white bees fair; catfish fair to four pound* on rod and reel. FALCON: Water dear. M feet low; Meek bae* fair to ais and a half pound* on worms and cranks; striper alow; crappie alow; white bees good near dam; catfish good to two pounds along river channel. FAYETTE: Water dear, normal level; Mack base improving to three pound* on plastic worms and topwatera; crappie alow; catfish dew. MEDINA: Water dear, 16 feet low; Mack baas fair to six pounds on 2 minnows, crappie alow; catfish good Rom 17-20 pounds on bottine TEXANA: Water clearing. 77 degree*, normal level; Meek teas fair to good to three pounds on strawberry worms end Meek aaiamandars. chroma cranks, topwatera and buts baits certy; crappie fair to good with sttnrgers to 60 Aah. white bete no report; catfish excellent to 19 pounds on cutbart end crawfish. TOLEDO BEND: Water daw. two feet low; Mack base good to arx and a half pounds on spinners, worms, cranks; crappie excellent with stringers to 160 Rah on shiners; whit* bees stow; catfish good to six pounds on crappie jigs. TRAVIS: Waer deer. 79 degrees. 13 feet low; Meek bee* very good to three and a hart pounds on topwatera and plastic worms off points in 10 feet of wet ar striper slow; crappie fair up Pedemelea; white baas •low; catfish fair to four pounds on large minnows. 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