New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, August 21, 1985, Page 8

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

August 21, 1985

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 21, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas SportsWorld Oilers to sign top pick HOUSTON (AP) — Ed Sewell says he’s reached a verbal agreement with Houston Oiler General Manager Ladd Herzeg on a four-year contract for his client, first round draft choice Richard Johnson of Wisconsin. Joe Courrage, who represents Ray Childress, the Oilers’ other first round draft choice, says he’s still waiting a call from Herzeg. "I’m sure Ladd has been very busy and I’m not reading anything into this,” Courrage said late Tuesday night after Sewell announced a verbal agreement with the Oilers. Baseball's drug problem waning WASHINGTON (AP) — Baseball has a drug problem, but "there is no evidence whatsoever that it is a runaway problem,” the chairman of baseball’s Joint Review Committee says. "In fact, there is some evidence it is waning,” Dr. Donald Ottenberg told a panel disussion on "The Drug Problem as Seen in Today’s Professional Athlete.” The panel is part of Healthcare Expo ’85. "We have not had a new case of substantive use in two years,” Ottenberg said. "What we have had is relapses.” LL coach complains of sign-stealing WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. (AP) — In the international setting of the Little League World Series, all teams use the universal silent language of signs. Goody Halvorsen, manager of the Staten Island, N.Y., team that lost m Tuesday’s opening round of the 39th annual Series, said the team from Mexicali, Mexico, was stealing the New Yorkers’ pitching signs, and translated them into a 6-3 victory. Mexicali Manager Jesus Limon denied the charge with a good-natured laugh and looked forward to meeting the winner of today's game between Morristown, Tenn., and Minnetonka, Minn. Girl allowed to play football TRENTON, N.J. (AP) — A judge ordered a school district to allow 15-year-old Elizabeth Balsley to try out for her high school football team despite an unwritten Scoreboard On the air WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 6 35 pm    Baseball    Chicago at Atlanta WTBS and WGN 8pm Boiling ESPN THURSDAY TELEVISION 6 35 pm    Baseball    Chicago at Atlanta WTBS and WGN 7pm Motocycle racing 1965 Stadium Super cross ESPN 8pm Boimg ESPN Local sports THURSDAY lpm Vo<e>bail Smithson Varlet trashman (uh®* tarsity varsity a* Kerrville Tivy Today s Gamey Reeu>«,«!! at Midland El Paso at Sa- Antonio TANK MCNAMARA' Texas League By The Associated Press SECOND HALE EASTERN DIVISION Transactions Jackson Mets    36 Shreveport .Giants    30 « Arkansas .Cards    28 Tulsa tRangeis    27 WESTE RE* DIVISION i-El Paso iBrewers1    39 Beaumont (Padres)    28 Midland lAng*?te'    24 San Antonio (Dodgers    21 i first hat* division champ, Tuesday s Games San Antonio 10 El Paso 7 Jackson 5 Shreveport 4 Tulsa 7 Arkansas 2 Midland / Beaun . nl J I 23 28 Pct 610 517 476 GB by Jeff Miliar & Bill Hinds Xk r ANY j Mo fcv£u RDC PG VK Cfi    J    ’    -    c    'r-    f<T    ‘ f IN) PACT. MORE IhAIO TD PAV    >* Locally (hi nt *1 A- OperatedAMERICAN PLUMBING •NO SERVICE CHARGES •FREE ESTIMATES •SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS •SEWER CLEANING •RADIO DISPATCHED No Overtime Charges Ever! 24 HOUR    7    DAT    SERVICE City WideCALLCOMMERCIAL a RESIDENTIAL ★ INDUSTRIAL PW- M hkn. JI ti Toilets ^Faucets *Smks -Disposals -Pump -SewersWater Lines ‘Sewer Lines Hoyt “IO Yr." Water Heaters TI SAN ANTONIO 225-0000 i© int Bm HoalroM policy barring girls from the gridiron. The judge directed the district to arrange for a physical exam for Miss Balsley, allow her to pick up equipment Saturday and attend the first practice on Monday. Eight Cowboys go on injured reserve THOUSAND OAKS, Calif. (AP) — The Dallas Cowboys of the National Football League placed eight players on injured reserve Tuesday. Included on the list were linebacker Vince Allbritton, guard Dowe Aughtman, tackle Jimmie Covington, linebacker Neal Dellocono, wide receiver Ron Jenkins, linebacker Karl Jordan, tackle Howard Richards, and tight end Chris Waltman. M|;F Braunfels 9:30*500 Sporting Goods Courtyard Shopping Center t j g 629-4949 By Tha Associated Press BASEBALL National League NEW YORK METS Signed Larry Bowa shortstop, to a contract for the remainder of the season EOOTBAlL National Football League ATLANTA FALCONS Traded Dor Smith, defensive end to Buffalo for an undisclosed draft choice Waived Mike Morosk    Quarterback Placed Brent Martin, center and Erie Bailey tight end, on injured reserve BUFFALO BILLS Traded Preston Dennard rn de receiver to the Green Bay Packers for an u' -is. (osed draft selection Way ad Speedy Nea> fuUbacn and Brian PiHman linebacker Placed Mark Bummer tight end and Rodney Lyles linebacker, on inbred reserve SAN DIEGO Chargers Traded Maury Buford punter to Chicago for an undisclosed 1986 drah choice PE Un Youth Sizes Shorts Shirts SQOO $275 School Logo Free If I if orms Adult Sizes Shorts Shirts $35° $050 ifou Buy The Set Sportswear - TShirts I Rack "Sa"* 1/2 OFF Tennis Shorts Mens - Ladies Entire Stock Va OFF Swimwear Entire Stock Va OFF Foot - Joy Aerobic Shoe Leather Vi High SOO00 2500 Ag VT Spotbilt Leather A . Tennis $30 Shoe Saucony si:?9 *40°° Flite Tht a bo. I FREE offers are good with any of the 6 specials listed below thru 8-30-85. 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