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   New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas                                New Texas October Page 7 A Intense Redskins whip Cards WASHINGTON AP Mold the Cancel the obituary The Washington Redskins Paced with what Coach Joe Gibbs called as much a mustwin as Ive been a part of after losing three of their first four the Redskins got back into the race for the NFC East theyve Won three straight times by beating the Louis Car dinals 2710 Monday Washington won the National Football League game with dominating performances from its defense and special The groundoriented offense got 104 yards from George Rogers and 103 from John Riggins and the defense picked off five passes and registered four three by Charles And the maligned special blamed for a 4510 loss in Chicago last didnt allow the Cardinals to start a series beyond their own 26 until the fourth We needed to win and we needed to play well more than at any time in the last five an ebullient Gibbs I felt we played as well as we can If you put the emotion of this football team on a scale of 1 to we were 11 said quarterback NFL L T By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East W 1 1 3 New England 2 3 Buffalo 5 Central Cleveland 2 3 4 Houston 4 West Derwet 2 Kansas 2 2 Seattle 2 PF PA 138 85 120 77 99 123 90 113 63 149 93 81 116 81 149 166 69 107 0 0 0 0 San 3 0 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East 1 0 2 0 2 0 151 121 121 104 115 100 134 143 121 142 132 86 113 80 138 133 Washington 2 3 0 73 131 4 0 56 83 Central 0 0 163 88 2 0 100 114 2 0 120 103 Green 3 0 123 Tampa 5 0 85 146 West 0 0 62 NewOrleans3 2 0 132 San Francisco 3 2 0 145 91 Atlanta 5 0 94 162 Sundays Games Indianapolis Buffalo 17 Chicago Tampa Bay 19 Green Bay Detroit 10 Cleveland New England 20 New Orleans Philadelphia 21 San Francisco Atlanta 14 Miami Pittsburgh 20 Denver Houston 20 New York Jets Cincinnati 20 Los Angeles Raiders Kansas City 10 Los Angeles Rams Minnesota 10 Seattle San Diego 21 Dallas New York Giants 29 Mondays Game Washington Louis 10 Joe who completed 11 of 20 passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns and bootlegged 14 yards for a third The emotion was there from the start for the After Louis went 123punt from their own 16 following the opening Ken Jenkins returned Carl Birdsongs punt to the Cardinal 49 only the second time in five games that the Redskins had started on an opponents side of Six plays on fourthandone at the Theismann faked to stuck the ball on his hip and rolled in for the first score while 11 Cardinals chased On the next Mel Kaufman recovered a Roy Green fumble on the Louis leading to Mark Moseleys 33yard field goal and a 10 The Cards never really got back in the Neil ODonoghue kicked a 22yard field goal early in the second quarter to cut it to but the Redskins countered with a 56yard drive consisting of eight runs and a 10yard TD pass to Gary Clark and it was 173 at half Moseley kicked a 29yarder in the third quarter after Ottis An derson skirted left end for a 10yard score following a Rogers fumble early in the fourth the Redskins sealed the game on Theismanns 12yard scoring pass to Clint Didier following Rich Milots Neil who had thrown just three interceptions entering the had four passes picked The who had only two in their first four got a fifth off reserve Scott Top 20 but shuffled Top 20 By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa and Oklahoma remained 12 today in the Associated Press college football poll while Michigan con tinued its steady climb toward the moving into third Although this weeks 20 ranked teams are the same as last there was considerable notably Southern Methodists fall from third to Ohio States drop from fifth to 15th and LSUs skid from eighth to Iowa celebrated last weeks 1 its first in 24 by waiting until the final 27 seconds to defeat Michigan State 3531 on a two yard touchdown run by Chuck who also passed for four touchdowns and 380 The Hawkeyes received 34 of 59 firstplace votes and of a possible points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and a 416 SportsWorld Horned Frogs lose quarterback Ankrom FORT WORTH AP The latest blow to Texas Christian football fortunes has come with word that starting quarterback Scott Ankrom will be operated on Wednesday for torn ligaments in his left And that means hell be lost to the team for the rest of the TCU Coach Jim Wacker said This wont be much of a Wacker said We just lost our best athlete and the fastest player on the Ankrom opened the season with a 266yard total offense performance in a 3013 victory over Through four the sophomore had a total offense figure of 547 yards 186 rushing and 361 He had scored a teamleading four Ankroms loss elevates redshirt freshman David Rascoe to the 1 slot and puts in question the planned redshirt season for freshman Ron who is the backup Freshman Stanley Petry will come over from defense to provide added Ankrom was injured in the second quarter of Saturdays 410 loss to He was pushed just after getting off a 25yard pass to running back Tony By The Associated Press The Top Twenty teams in the Associated Press college football with firstplace votes in season total points based on 20191817 1615141312 11109876543 21 and last weeks ranking Record Pts Pvs 1 Iowa 1 2 7 993 4 896 6 806 10 779 11 745 9 656 12 650 11 529 15 514 14 Force 452 17 442 16 1 430 5 Methodist 300 3 170 20 1 161 18 159 19 115 8 Others receiving votes UCLA Arizona Indiana Army Minnesota Arizona State Utah Maryland Washington Georgia Tech Kansas Bowling Green Southern California Purdue Virginia winner over Kansas was runnerup for the fifth week in a The Sooners received 14 firstplace votes and SMUs 286 loss to Arizona knocked the Mustangs out of the Top Michigan jumped from seventh to third with seven first place votes and points by trouncing Wisconsin The who were not ranked in the first three havebeen seventh and third in the last four Florida which was held onto fourth place with three first place votes and 993 while Oklahoma State climbed from sixth to fifth with the remaining firstplace ballot and 896 points by defeating Tulsa Arkansas vaulted from 10th to sixth with 806 points by drubbing Texas Christian Florida blanked LSU 200 and shot from llth to idle Penn State moved up from ninth to eighth with 745 Nebraska rose from 12th to ninth with 656 points by trimming New Mexico and idle Alabama went from 12th to 10th with 650 Alabama visits Penn State this The Second Ten consists of Brigham Air Ohio Baylor and Last it was Air Baylor and UTArkansas game to be televised NEW YORK AP The Miami of Florida Oklahoma and TexasArkansas college football games will be televised by ABC on The network announced Monday that both games will begin at with the pregame show airing at 2 The Miami game will be Oklahomas home opener and ABC said its telecast still must be approved by the Oklahoma Board of The TexasArkansas game will be played in Fayet The viewing areas for each telecast will be determined at a later NBC itching for Olympics NEW YORK AP Ever since its planned coverage of the 1980 Moscow Olympics was shattered by the United Statesled boycott of those NBC has been itching for the chance to show what it can The network is going to get the chance and Mike its executive producer for cant This will be a tremendous one weve been looking forward to getting since Weisman said on NBC will pay between a minimum of million and a maximum of million for the rights to the 1988 Seoul The network negotiated a unique risksharing contract with the International Olympic Com mittee and the Seoul giving the net work another opportunity to telecast its first Summer Olympian becomes first female Trotter AP Lynette the captain of the United States gold medal winning 1984 Olympic basketball was selected to be the first woman ever to play for the Harlem a 5footll guard from attended the University of Kansas and is the top career scorer in the history of the men or Don King trial opens in New York NEW YORK AP An accountants innocent mistake sparked a scheme by flamboyant boxing promoter Don King to evade thousands of dollars in federal income a federal prosecutor said at the opening round of Kings Assistant Attorney Roanne Mann told jurors that King and his top aide and Constance kept more than million in payments that were supposed to have gone to Kings company between 1978 and Scoreboard On the air TUESDAY TELEVISION 7 Wrestling Pnme Time USA 715 Baseball AL Championship Series game Kansas City at KMOL WEDNESDAY TELEVISION 2 p AL Championship game Kansas Cily at 1 15 ML Championship game Louis al Los Top Rank 1983 Houston 1984 Houston 1985 Houston 162 85 77 3 162 80 82 2T 162 83 79 3T 537 276 261 514 Transactions i Local sports TUESDAY 5 Volleyball Canyon at New junior varsity and THURSDAY 5 Volleyball Boerne at Smithson junior varsity and FRIDAY Football Rocesville at Smithson Lillis record gob Managerial Record iy Tits Awocieted Preti The yeaibyyew managerial record of Bob who was fired Monday by the Houston Astros ftftnylflf e vy L Pet POS 1982 28 23 5 By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS Traded Juan Bob and a player to be named later to the San Francisco Giants for Dave LaPoint and Eric Matt National League HOUSTON ASTROS Fired Bob PITTSBURGH PIRATES Fired Chuck BASKETBALL National Basketball Association BOSTON CELTICS Waived Rick Lamb and Ron LOS ANGELES CLIPPERS Cut Nigel Bobby Parks and Dane PHOENIX SUNS Waived Lavonne SEATTLE SUPERSONICS Waived Reggie UTAH JAZZ Waived Mitchell Anderson and David and Ray FOOTBALL National Football League INDIANAPOLIS COLTS Waived Art quarterbackActivated George nose PHILADELPHIA EAGLES Rehired Sid quarterback WASHINGTON REDSKINS Signed Doug defensive Waived Joe HOCKEY National Hockey League BUFFALO SABRES Acquired Pat right from the Pittsburgh Penguins for right and the rights to Randy left CALGARY FLAMES Acquired Craig in the waiver MINNESOTA NORTH STARS Acquired Dave in the waiver MONTREAL CANADIENS Sent NB Blue beats San 42 Jeff Bryan scored three goals as the New Braunfels offense kept the pressure on San Marcos and the Blue won a 42 soccer match Saturday at the HEB Wade Ohnheiser first put New Braunfels on the Scoreboard midway through the first half with a goal from the center striker San Marcos tied the game early in the second half but the Blue took the lead for good when Bryan scored on a 50yard Five minutes Bryan scored on another breakaway to give New Braunfels a 31 The Blue completed their scoring on a penalty shot by Bryan near the end of the San Marcos added a goal on a penalty shot to make the final score Much of New Braunfels success was due to the play of defenders Bud Hasert and Paul said Coach Bob Tony Ramirez and Travis Thrift controlled midfield for New Braunfels and supported the offense very Coach Thrift The Blues next game will be at 3 Saturday against the New Braunfels Everyone is encouraged to support the New Braunfels teams by attending the match at the HEB Briefly Clarke win at 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athletic physical and a medical release form on Coach Chas Schaner is putting together a schedule that will include games with junior varsity teams from San Leander and San Antonio For more call Schaner at 6259171 or Run for Liberty scheduled Saturday Registration forms for the second annual Strohs Run For Liberty are available at the Landa Rec Center and where Strohs and Strohs Light beer are The entry fee is and the race is Floor TileNMore tile Kitchen tile 1292 Antonio 85 tUnglazed tile 6255660 91 Races are scheduled ail over the including Austin and San joggers and runners are encouraged to help raise money for the restoration of the Statue of Bulldog 5K Run set for 19 Area runners are invited to par ticipate in the third annual Bulldog 5K which is part of the Homecoming 1985 festivities at Texas Lutheran College in The run will start at in front of TLCs Jones Physical Education Complex and will wind through The registration fee will be accepted until 7 the day of the Trophies will 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