New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 13, 1985, Page 7

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 13, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Y TOUSti LUCK GjOIKJG? ro PC -rwrl^A Ak)V^AV. hOVC ABOUT ft, SUKJfOY ? po you J^NJT TO CC •^vv'gea? COMMC0: lAL.5- UJ»Ti4 n^WtP-UP J0CK9' Of? C^OSOU UiftNf TO CONTI MUG STAKlCtKJGAT ^TUP WRITE-OFF FARMS '^snzziirrijr Dorsett wants to be traded DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Cowboys holdout running back Tony Dorsett says he has told team president Tex Schramm that the team should consider trading him before the National Football League regular season begins. Dorsett and Schramm met briefly during the past weekend and Dorsett says he is no closer to reaching a contract agreement now than he was two weeks ago. Schramm confirmed that Dorsett asked for the trade. “He keeps saying he’s been embarrassed and that he might be better off somewhere else,” Schramm said. “But I told him you don’t just pull down the curtains on a bad experience because you’re traded to another team.” If traded, Dorsett said he would prefer to play for Don Shula with the Miami Dolphins or the Pittsburgh Steelers, who play only 20 miles from his hometown of Aliquippa, Pa. “Right now I think I will be traded,” Dorsett told the Dallas Times Herald Monday. “I think I’ve made it pretty obvious that I wouldn’t mind going to another team.” Dorsett wants a new contract that would include an annuity that eventually would pay him $6.4 million, the same amount that Cowboys defensive lineman Randy White will receive from his 20-year deferred payments. In other news from National Football League traning camps, John Riggins and Nat Moore will return to their teams for the upcoming season, but Joe DeLamielleure, who has played in 175 straight games, and Alfred Jackson will not. The Washington Redskins announced Monday that Riggins had agreed to terms on a one-year contract. The pact, according to sources, is worth $850,000, the most ever paid to an NFL running back for one season. Moore also agreed to terms for another season with the Miami Dolphins. The wide receiver had previously said that the 1984 season would be his last. DeLamielleure, a guard who was part of the Buffalo Bills’ “Electric Company” offensive line that helped O.J. Simpson run for 2,003 yards in 1973, was cut by the Cleveland Browns. 'Off' Tudor rips Pirates By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS If the mark of a good pitcher is a victory on a night when he feels like a bad one. pencil in John Tudor as a good one on the threshold of becoming a great one. “He told me before the game he didn’t have good stuff,” St. Louis catcher Darrell Porter said after Tudor limited Pittsburgh to five hits over eight innings Monday night to win for the 14th time in his last 15 starts as the Cardinals bombed Pittsburgh 8-1 “lf you don't have good stuff and you’re pitching that well, you're doing pretty good.’’ “I didn't think I had as good a fastball as I had rn the past few games.” said Tudor. 15-8 with a glittering 2.07 earned run average and a major-league-leading six shutouts.Rangers 5, Blue Jays 4 The Blue Jays led 3-1 after the top of the eighth The Rangers led 4-3 after the bottom of the eighth. The game was tied 4-4 after the top of the ninth, then Wayne Tolleson drove in Steve Buechele with a one-out single in the bottom of the ninth inningMats 4, Phillies 3 Sid Fernandez, who says he is beginning to feel comfortable in the major leagues, matched his career high for strikeouts with 13 as he pitched a one-hitter into the ninth inningScoreboard American League National League By Th* Asteriated Pre** By The Associated Press East Division East Division W I Pct GB W L Pct GB Toronto 70 42 625 New York 67 42 615 - New Yolk 63 47 573 6 St Louis 66 43 606 1 Detroit 58 52 527 11 Montreal 62 49 559 6 Boston 56 64 509 13 Chicago ....... 55 54 505 12 Baltimore 55 54 505 13H Philadelphia 51 59 464 16 Milwaukee 50 58 463 18 Pittsburgh 33 75 306 33H Cleveland 37 73 336 32 West Division West Division Los Angeles 65 44 596 - California 64 47 577 - San Diego 59 52 532 7 Kansas City 60 49 550 3 Cincinnati 57 52 523 8 Oakland 59 52 532 5 Houston 51 59 464 14’* Chicago 54 54 500 8H Atlanta 49 60 450 16 Minnesota 50 59 459 13 San Francisco 42 68 382 23'i Seattle 51 60 459 13 Monday s Games 42 68 382 21 7 Chicago 8 Montreal 7 Monday s Games New York 4 Philadelphia 3 Mamesota 4 Oak and 3 I st aam* Minnesota 5 Oakland 4 2nd game Cleveland 8 Baltimore 5 kaesjsCrtv3 Boston 2 Te.a* 5 Tot onto 4 Mi>wauk*e 4 Detroit 3 New York 10 Chicago 4 Seattle 6 Camorras I st game California 4 Seattle 3 2nd game Today s Games Cleveland Romero I I > at Baltimore iBoddcker IO I 3i, im Kansas Cly Sat>emayen 13 5) at Boston tO|tnla56i tm New York Bystrom I I - at Chicago Burn* ti St Louis 8 Pittsburgh I San Diego 2. Cincinnati 0 Los Angeles 3 Atlanta 0 Today s Games Houston Niekro 9 9 at San Francisco iKrukow 7 8) Montreal Mesketh 9 5) at Chicago Sanderson 5 5» Philadelphia Hudson 510‘ at New York (Aguilera 5 3' In! Pittsburgh Robinson 2 7 at St Louts Anduiai 18 61 in) Cincinnati Browning 9 9> at San Diego (Hoyt 13 6) try Atlanta tBedr-star 5 10» at Los Angels (Hershtser I 2 3> 'n) 13 51 at Seattle Langston Dodgers 3. Braves 0 Rick Honeycutt surrendered just two singles over six shutout innings before Tom Niedenfuer came on to get his 10th savp. The shutout was the Dodgers’ 18th.Padres 2, Reds 0 With bullpen ace Rich Gossage out of action with a knee injury, San Diego was badly in need of relief and got it in the form of I^ance McCullers. The hard-throwing right-hander, called up from Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast League, pitched 2 2-3 innings in relief of starter Mark Thurmond to preserve a shutout and earn his first save.Cubs 8, Expos 7 Chicago’s Thad Bosley hit two of seven homers, including a two-run game-winner in the eighth inning, as the Cubs broke their seven-game losing streak. Bosley, who drove in five runs. hit a pinch three-run homer in the sixth and stayed in the game.Indians 8, Orioles 5 Cleveland's Pat Tabler, 22-for-34 with 54 RBIs when the bases are loaded, in such situations over three years with Cleveland. He singled in two runs with the bases loaded as Cleveland scored five times in the first inning. He added a run-scoring double in the ninth.Yankees 10, White Sox 4 Ron Hassey hit two homers, helping Phil Niekro to his 295th career victory. Hassey‘s second homer of the game triggered a seven-run seventh inning that broke a 3-3 tie.On the air TUISDAY tilivision 3 p-r Heseha 1 Vomi«*l ii Cf    WON 6 JC p m Be ••'NI I SPN 7pm Witting USA 9pm Wo waterskiing USA 9pm Auiirf in iuw football (SPN 9 35 p m BiUM" Ai #"1# et 1.0* Angent* WY es TUiSDAV RADIO 7 35pm Beset)#- Toronto at Ta.a* kNBt FM WIDNISOAV TILIVISION I pm Batata* Vomit# «t Ch cage WGN 9 35 p rn Bacaba i Atlanta at Lo* Angela* vytbs WI ONI SOAT RADIO 7 35pm    Bate ba1    Town© at T*»a* HNB* FM Rutt Aft Stat* y* fiftflt” MgTexas League By Th# A hoc ta tad Prat* SECONO HALF (ASTERN DIVISION v y\ s. Transactions By Tha Aktociatad Prat* BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS Placed La"v Bowa ♦ie dei or waive'* to- ins purpose o’ giving 1 ti* unconditional releaseLLGA plays Ones Tournament Rose Tuseth won the A flight and Phyllis Yeazel and Peggy Hopkins tied in B flight at the Landa Indies Golf Association’s Ones Tourmament at Landa Park Golf Course. Pat McDonald was second in A flight and Justina Kerulis second in B flight.Foursome takes NBGA event The team of W. Hurst, W. Hebert, R. Metzke and D. Hampton won the New Braunfels Golf Association four-man team, points versus quota tournament at I,anda Park Golf Course. They had a plus four. Second was the team of D. Cloud, C. Heiden, M. Garza and F. Clark. They were even. Third at minus one was the team of H. Graham, H. Neuse, J. Rice and B. Tepe. In individual competition, W. Hebert was low with net 63, while J. Rice was second at net 66 and C. Messer and D. Hart third at 67. W. Hurst and D. Hart tied for low gross at 73.Father-son tourney draws 37 players The I .anda Park Golf Course’s Father-Son tournament attracted 37 players, ages 8 to 62. In the 8-9 age group, the winners were Michael and Al Leach. In the 12-13 group, Rustin and Randy Adams were the winners. In the 14 group, John and Russell Vollbrecht were the winners, and in the 15-16 group, Erie and T.L. Walker defeated Tom and Fred Clark in a scorecard playoff. In the 17 and older division, David and Russell Vollbrecht were the winners.Junior tournament coming Friday The Junior City Golf Championship will be Friday beginning at 9 a m.. with registration through Thursday at 5 p.m. Players 18 and under art eligible.Soccer registration on Saturday Registration for the Canyon Soccer Club continues on Saturday at Frazier Elementary between IO a m. and 2 p.m. Anyone between the ages of 4 and 18 may register. Registration fee is $16 pt-r parson. New players should bring birth certificates. For more information call Debbie Mangum (625-8951) or Bonnie Caddell (629-1616)Benefit golf set for Sunday The Guadalupe Unit of the American Cancer Society will have a benefit golf tournament at the Chaparral Country Club in Seguin on Sunday. Entry fee is $45 for non-members and $25 plus carts for members. Checks should be payable to the American Cancer Society. To enter, call Martin Steger at 379-6314 or Roy Snyder at 379-6314. The deadline for registration is Thursday.Unicorn freshmen to report Thursday New Braunfels Unicom freshmen football players should report at 3 p.m. Thursday at the high school to receive shoes and sanitary equipment. Players should also bring proof of a physical and insurance. The first preactice will be Aug. 19 from 3 p.m to 5 p.m.Comal Ladies schedule meeting The Comal Ladies Monday Afternoon Bowling League will have an organizational meeting for the fall season at 2 p.m. Monday at Comal Bowl. All members and anyone wishing to join are urged to attend.Registration extended for Junior Football Registration for the seventh season of the New Braunfels Junior Football League has been extended to Aug. 23. Players may register at the Landa Recreation Center from I p.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Friday. Entry fee is $20 per player. The fee includes equipment and insurance. A copy of a birth certificate and a physical are required before a child may participate. For more information, contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 629-6196 or I .any Goff at 629-4441. Sh. >r JI thmn Quanti ami WW ta, Car Depend Od W I Pct GB Jai k*on Met* 31 19 620 $h!e*ep»irt *G»ei'tsi 27 23 54C 4 • Af tenses Card* 24 26 480 7 T ui*a RS'ge»*l : WESTERN DIVISION 22 28 440 9 »E Paso Brewer 36 ’3 73C Beaumont Pad'#** 23 27 460 13H Midland Angel* 22 29 430 15 San Antonio 'Os 3Q*’t ■ ***i na1’ d*v 'Sun ch#' 16 36 310 21 s TANK MCNAMARA by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds 'CITY PHARMACY625-471 I 386 LANO* SMAII IN * Vt HIU UN VIK VICI" COMAI DRUG625-2421 544 N UNION dry-WIDE DELIVCBTLocal sports Monday a Raautta (Paso? Midland 4 Snia *apnrt 6 Twise 5 10* Aik auca* 4 Jack aor .1 Beaumont 7 Sari Anton*: Today a Gimel I iJj at Midland Sa" Ar,u>ii»,i at Baau'no" htaiurej un v*‘ur ADA-MEMO-SOAtDHere today There today. Greyhound lockage Express gives you same-day service. At low, low prices. 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