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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 15, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                DICKIE THON Astros overpower Page 7A Thursday Special August 6 A Dorsett to report to Cowboys today THOUSAND AP Holdout running back Tony who only a week ago called the Dallas Cowboys double was to return to training camp today to sign a new fiveyear Dorsetts Whit negotiated the contract with Cowboys President Tex Schramm on Wednesday after another Howard had encouraged Dorsett to stay away from camp at least another two a nineyear veteran who is the sixth most prolific rusher in National Football League was to hold an afternoon press conference after checking into Schramm would release no details of the deal but a source told The Associated Press that it included deferred dollars that Dorsett cant touch until his career is the contract took care of a loan the Cowboys had given I wanted to structure an agreement that he can walk away with pride and financial said In a short Im sure those figures will be available through the Players Right now he is very His years after football have been helped finan Dorsett got into financial trouble with the Internal Revenue Service and made some bad investments that ate into deferred money he had taken up He was on the fourth year of a sevenyear contract that would have paid him this Dorsett hasnt received a paycheck since the Internal Revenue Service began at taching his salary last The IRS claimed Dorsett owed in back and Dorsett has reached a set tlement in which he has already paid and will pay the rest later this Dorsetts woes stemmed from investments in business deals that turned sour and con sumed most of the million in deferred payments he had asked the club to give him up The financially frustrated Dorsett then turned to agent Howard Slusher July 18 to negotiate with Schramm said he called Dorsett on Tuesday to get the contract negotiations I was supposed to hear from him Sunday or Monday and so Tuesday I decided to call myself to see what was Schramm He wanted to get it resolved and I wanted to get it Schramm added Im very pleased with the way things turned Ive never depreciated his value to our football team and Ive never depreciated his value as an Hes an important member of our Schramm said he can forgive and forget Dorsetts harsh words about the Cowboys which included a threat to retire or be People say things when they are upset that they dont said I dont think there will be any bad His attitude to me has been Schramm said the a day fine against Dorsett was not a topic of Schramm told Dorsett he needed to get to Schramm said Dorsett replied He was a football player and he didnt feel right not playing Volleyball openers approaching ByTOMLABINSKI Staff writer Three local volleyball teams are already hard at work for the up coming which believe it or not begins next Canyon and New Braunfels both have their first scrimmage on while Smithson Valley has its first practice game on The Unicorns will have its lone scrimmage at 1 in San Competing in the scrimmage along with New Braunfels and San Marcos will be Round Rock and New San Marcos and Round Rock all advanced in the state playoffs last Canyon will play two scrimmage one on Monday at Harlandale with three 5A San An toino teams The Cougarettes have another scrim mage on Tuesday at Smithson Valley has its only scrimmage on Tuesday when the Rangerettes play Southwest and Lockhart at home from 9 to 4 New Braunfels Coach Claudia Perry said her squad has been busy in practice getting ready for the They have been working real running and lifting weights and they send a lot of time on the she Twentyfour upperclassmen are participating in the Perry of which 11 or 12 will make the varsity The scrimmage tournament will give her a good opportunity to decide who will be on the varsity she I think the scrimmages are a real good opportunity to see how the players react to Well use Monday to sum up our team for the beginning of the Perry Cougarette Coach Donna Boehle has chosen her varsity and junior varsity squads even though the teams havent played since practice The Canyon squad has spent the week lifting running and improving their Theyve been working real Boehle Practices look good and they have been The Cougarettes will spend the next few days concentratin on team and Boehle said they should be ready to play by the time the season At Smithson Coach Louise Davidson has a lot of returning players on the so the Rangerette practices are running Things are going well and the girls are working There is a lot of experience on the team and that Davidson Thirty varsity and junior varsity girls are involved in the practices at Smithson Move ft out LESLIE KRIEWALDT HERALD ZEITUNG Smithson Valley quarterback Scott Balmos turns to hand are working out twice a day in preparation for the ball to fullback Chris Gentry during Wednesdays the 6 season The along with Canyon and New SMUs future in hands of NCAA panel A D A BOSTON AP Southern Methodist Universitys football powerhouse today faced the prospect of a bleak future as the NCAA Council considered whether sanctions should be imposed against the Southwest Conference school for the sixth time since The council was expected to make an an nouncement and a negative outcome could cost the Mustangs all of their football scholarships for next year and could keep them out of bowl games and off television for two At a hearing SMU appealed the penalties imposed by the NCAA Infractions Committee for alleged recruiting The university was told of the punishment in late May but the penalties were held in abeyance pending the John who represented SMU at the said the university did not try to cut a deal to reduce the This is an not a bargaining he A prepared statement said the council would begin deliberations on the appeal New hope Fast finish in 84 has Aggies happy Teresa Duelm practices the slalom 1MB woman to ski at nationals Teresa Duelm of New Braunfels is one of three women in the state to qualify for the American Water Skiing Association National Tour nament and Open this week in a graduate of New Braunfels High School and a member of the Southwest Texas State University skiing qualified for the tournament Sunday in In the open three women from Texas qualified and only 20 in the Duelm Qualifying for the Duelms requires an exceptional performance rating at two separate To achieve an excpetional per formance the skiier must navigate a course of six three on each side of the at 34 miles per hour with a 75foot Then she has to go back and complete the course with a 60foot rope feet in skiing After she must run the course at 22 and then at 28 off she has to get around at least three buoys to get the exceptional performance Of the shorter the rope the tougher it is to swing out around the Duelm Mastering the slalom is a matter of getting into good shape I did Nautilus all and I ride a Duelm said and using the proper Its totally although you do need to be she If you do it a 12or 13yearold girl can Duelm refined her technique with some of the best including instructors at the water skiing camps where she has worked during the She spent two weeks in Florida training with world champion Jack See Page 10A COLLEGE STATION AP The bottom dropped out of the Texas Aggies season midway through the 1984 schedule but they rebounded in the final two games to knock off two bowlbound Texas Christian and It gave the Aggies a 65 Jackie Sherrills first winning season in three And he hopes an early start on the 1985 Im very excited about this Sherrill We are pretty well settled defensively going into the fall and thats a very big The Aggie defense has settled in after a tumultuous 1984 season filled with We were really scrambling a lot at this time last defensive coordinator Slocum We lost four starters and one backup This year things are a lot more I can give you my twcnleep lineup right Johnny Todd Howard and Steve Bullitt return as starting linebackers this season and Larry Kelm has stepped in to replace graduated Ken The Aggies biggest defensive loss was end Ray a first round draft choice of the Houston Bod Saddler has been moved into Childress old left end You go into the season realizing that no one will play the way Ray Childress did last Slocum You dont replace anybody like He personally stopped so many drives last On the Aggies have more graduation holes to fill but they appear solid at quarterback with Craig Stump beginning fall practice as the starter backed up Kevin who missed most of last season with in The Aggies must replace three starters on the offensive SWC Texas Aggies line including center Matt Tight end Mark Lewis and split end Jimmy Teal have also departed along with running back Thomas Rod Bernstine has been moved from running back into the starting tight end position and Roger Vick and An thony Toney will fill the running back Matt Wilson is the starting center and tackle Louis Cheek and guard Trace McGuire have filled offensive line The Aggies also expect Marshall Land to challenge for a tackle Eric younger brother of former kicker Tony will handled field goal duties and Todd a junior from will do the The Aggies open toe season 14 in against the Alabama Crimson coached by Bay a former Alabama teammate of   

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