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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 13, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                Dorsett wants to be traded T Briefly 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 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 Schramm confirmed that Dorsett asked for the He keeps saying hes been embarrassed and that he might be better off somewhere Schramm But 1 told him you dont just pull down the curtains on a bad experience because youre traded to another If Dorsett said he would prefer to play for Don Shula with the Miami Dolphins or the Pittsburgh who play only 20 miles from his hometown of Right now I think I will be Dorsett told the Dallas Times Herald I think Ive made it pretty obvious that I wouldnt mind going to another Dorsett wants a new contract that would include an annuity that eventually would pay him the same amount that Cowboys defensive lineman Randy White will receive from his 20 year deferred In other news from National Football League traning John Riggins and Nat Moore will return to their teams for the upcoming but Joe who has played in 175 straight and Alfred Jackson will The Washington Redskins announced Monday that Riggins had agreed to terms on a oneyear The according to is worth the most ever paid to an NFL running back for one Moore also agreed to terms for another season with the Miami The wide receiver had previously said that the 1984 season would be his a guard who was part of the Buffalo Bills Electric Company offensive line that helped Simpson run for yards in was cut by the Cleveland 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 pencil in John Tudor as a good one on the threshold of becoming a great He told me before the game he didnt have good 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 If you dont have good stuff and youre pitching that youre doing pretty I didnt think I had as good a fastball as I had in the past few said 158 with a glittering earned run average and a majorleagueleading six Rangers Blue Jays 4 The Blue Jays led 31 after the top of the The Rangers led 43 after the bottom of the The game was tied 44 after the top of the then Wayne Tolleson drove in Steve Buechele with a oneout single in the bottom of the ninth Mets Phillies 3 Sid who says he is beginning to feel comfortable in the major matched his career high for strikeouts with 13 as he pitched a onehitter into the ninth American League By The Associated Press East Division W L 08 Toronto 42 New 47 6 52 11 54 13 54 50 58 18 73 32 West Division California 47 Kansas 49 3 52 5 54 Minnesota 59 13 60 13 68 21 i Mondays Gamei Minnesota Oakland st game Minnesota Oakland 2nd game Cleveland Baltimore 5 Kansas City Boston 2 Texas Toronto 4 Milwaukee Detioit 3 New York Chicago 4 Seattle Califorria 1 st game California Seattle 2nd game Todays Games Cleveland Romero 1 11 at Baltimore IBoddicket 10 ni Kansas City iSaberhagen 1351 at Boston ml New York iBystrom 1 11 at Chicago Burns 11 7l in Toronto iFler 4 Ol at iRussell 0 nl Oakland Uorui 34t ai Minnesota Viola 11 ml Detioit iPetrv 12 Hi at Milwaukee Vuckovich 68 IIM Caulorria iRomanick 13 5 at Seattle Langston 59 inl National League By The Associated Press East Division W L 42 43 49 54 59 75 GB 1 6 12 33 W 7 8 14A 16 23 New Chicago Philadelphia West Division Los 44 San 52 52 59 60 San 68 Mondays Games Chicago Montreal 7 New York Philadelphia 3 Louis Pittsburgh 1 San Diego Cincinnati 0 Los Angeles Atlanta 0 Todays Games Houston iNiekro 99 at San Francisco IKrukow 78 Montreal IHesketh 951 at Chicago Sanderson 551 Philadelphia Hudson 5101 at New York lAguilera Inl Pittsburgh Robinson 271 at Louis Andujat Cincinnati Browning 991 at San Diego Hoyt Atlanta Bedrosian 510 at Los Angeles iHershiser 12 mi Dodgers Braves 0 Rick Honeycutt surrendered just two singles over six shutout innings before Tom Niedenfuer came on to get his 10th The shutout was the Dodgers Padres Reds 0 With bullpen ace Rich Gossage out of action with a knee San Diego was badly in need of relief and got it in the form of Lance The hardthrowing called up from Las Vegas of the Pacific Coast pitched 2 23 innings in relief of starter Mark Thurmond to preserve a shutout and earn his first Cubs Expos 7 Chicagos Thad Bosley hit two of seven including a tworun gamewinner in the eighth as the Cubs broke their sevengame losing who drove in five hit a pinch threerun homer in the sixth and stayed in the Indians Orioles 5i Clevelands Pat Tabler 22for34 with 54 RBIs when the bases are in such situations over three years with He singled in two runs with the bases loaded as Cleveland scored five times in the first He added a runscoring double in the Yankees White Sox 4 Ron Hassey hit two helping Phil Niekro to his 295th career Hasseys second homer of the game triggered a seven run seventh inning that broke a 33 Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 3 p in Baseball Montreal at Chicago WON 6 30pm ESPN 7pm Wrestling USA 9pm fo waterskimg USA 9pm Australian rules ESPN 9 35 B m Baseball d Los Angelei WTBS TUESDAY RADIO 735pm Baseball Toronto at KNBT FM WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 1pm Baseball Montreal ai Chicago WGIV 9 35 p m Baseball Atlanta at Los WTBS WEDNESDAY RADIO Baseball Toronto at KNBT FM Ruth All Stars Md is Md World Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALF EASTERN DIVISION Transactions By The Associated Press BASEBALL National League CHICAGO CUBS Placed Larry on waivers lor the purpose of his unconditional in giving him LLGA plays Ones Tournament Rose Tuseth won the A flight and Phyllis Yeazel and Peggy Hopkins tied in B flight at the Landa Ladies Golf Associations Ones Tourmament at Landa Park Golf Pat McDonald was second in A flight and Justina Kerulis second in B Foursome takes NBGA event The team of Metzke and Hampton won the New Braunfels Golf Association four man points versus quota tournament at Landa Park Golf They had a plus Second was the team of Garza and They were Third at minus one was the team of Rice and In individual Hebert was low with net while Rice was second at net 66 and Messer and Hart third at Hurst and Hart tied for low gross at Fatherson tourney draws 37 players The Landa Park Golf Courses FatherSon tournament attracted 37 ages 8 to In the 89 age the winners were Michael and Al In the 1213 Rustin and Randy Adams were the In the 14 John and Russell Vollbrecht were the and in the 1516 Eric and Walker defeated Tom and Fred Clark in a scorecard In the 17 and older David and Russell Vollbrecht were the Junior tournament coming Friday The Junior City Golf Championship will be Friday beginning at 9 with registration through Thursday at 5 Players 18 and under are Soccer registration on Saturday Registration for the Canyon Soccer Club continues on Saturday at Frazier Elementary between 10 and 2 Anyone between the ages of 4 and 18 may Registration fee is per New players should bring birth For more information call Debbie Mangum 6258951 of Bonnie Caddell 6291616 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 Entry fee is for nonmembers and plus carts for Checks should be to the American Cancer To call Martin Steger at 6314 or Roy Snyder at The deadline for registration is Unicorn freshmen to report Thursday New Braunfels Unicorn freshmen football players should report at 3 Thursday at the high school to receive shoes and sanitary equip Players should also bring proof of a physical and The first preactice will be 19 from 3 to 5 Comal Ladies schedule meeting The Comal Ladies Monday Af ternoon Bowling League will have an organizational meeting for the fall season at 2 Monday at Comal All members and anyone wishing to join are urged to Registration extended for Junior Football Registration for the seventh season of the New Braunfels Junior Football League has been extended to Players may register at the Landa Recreation Center from 1 to 8 Monday through Entry fee is per The fee includes equipment and A copy of a birth certificate and a physical are required before a child may For more contact the Parks and Recreation Department at 6296196 or Larry Goff at w 31 27 24 22 Local sports SATURDAY 8 p m Bastball New Btduntels Senior Jackson iMetsI Shreveport iGiantsI Arkansas Cards TulsaiRangerV WESTERN DIVISION x 36 Beaumont iPaates 23 Midland lAngelsl 22 San Amonio iDoogersi 16 lust nait division champion Mondays Remits El Paso Midland 4 Tulsa5 ilOl Arkansas 4 Jjckson3 Bfrtumon San Antonio 2 Todays Games bi 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