New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, October 8, 1985, Page 7

Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung October 8, 1985

New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 8, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Intense Redskins whip Cards WASHINGTON (AF) - Hold the flowers. Cancel the obituary notice. The Washington Redskins live. Faced with what Coach Joe Gibbs called “as much a must-win as I’ve been a part of” after losing three of their first four games, the Redskins got back into the race for the NFC East they’ve won three straight times by beating the St. Louis Cardinals 27-10 Monday night. Washington won the National Football League game with dominating performances from its offense, defense and special teams. The ground-oriented offense got 104 yards from George Rogers and 103 from John Riggins and the defense picked off five passes and registered four sacks, three by Charles Mann. And the maligned special teams, blamed for a 45-10 loss in Chicago last week, didn’t allow the Cardinals to start a series beyond their own 26 until the fourth quarter. We needed to win and we needed to play well more than at any time in the last five years,” an ebullient Gibbs said. “I felt we played as well as we can play.” “If you put the emotion of this football team on a scale of I to IO, we were ll tonight,” said quarterback NFL By The Associated Press AMERICAN CONFERENCE East WLT Pct. PF PA Miami..... 4 I 0 800 138 85 N Y Jets 4 1 0 800 120 77 Indianapolis 2 3 0 400 99 123 New England ____2 3 0 400 90 113 Buffalo . . . . ____0 5 0 OOO 63 149 Central Cleveland 3 2 0 600 93 81 Pittsburgh 2 3 0 400 116 81 Cincinnati .1 4 0 200 149 166 Houston . 1 4 0 200 69 107 West Denver . 3 2 0 600 151 121 Kansas City 3 2 0 600 121 104 I A Raiders 3 2 0 600 115 IOO Seattle 3 2 0 600 134 143 San Diego . 2 3 0 400 121 142 NATIONAL CONFERENCE East Dallas 4 10 800 132 86 N Y Giants 3 2 0 600 113 80 St Louis 3 2 0 600 138 133 Washington 2 3 0 400 73 131 Philadelphia Central 1 4 0 200 56 83 Chicago........ 5 0 0 1 OOO 163 88 Detroit 3 2 0 600 IOO 114 Minnesota 3 2 0 600 120 103 Green Bay 2 3 0 .400 117 123 Tampa Bay West 0 5 0 OOO 85 146 L A Rams 5 0 0 1 OOO 102 62 New Orleans 3 2 0 600 113 132 San Francisco 3 2 0 600 145 91 Atlanta Sunday's Games 0 5 0 OOO 94 162 Indianapolis 49, Buffalo 17 Chicago 27, Tampa Bay 19 Green Bay 43, Detroit 10 Cleveland 24, New England 20 New Orleans 23, Philadelphia 71 San Francisco 38, Atlanta 14 Miami 24, Pittsburgh 20 Denver 31, Houston 20 New York Jets 29, Cincinnati 20 Los Angeles Raiders 19, Kansas City 10 Los Angeles Rams 13, Minnesota 10 Seattle 26, San Diego 21 Dallas 30. New York Giants 29 Monday's Game Washington 27 St Louis 10 Joe Theismann, who completed ll of 20 passes for 83 yards and two touchdowns and bootlegged 14 yards fora third score. The emotion was there from the start for the Redskins. After St. Louis went 1-2-3-punt from their own 16 following the opening kickoff, Ken Jenkins returned Carl Birdsong’s punt to the Cardinal 49 only the second time in five games that the Redskins had started on an opponent’s side of midfield. Six plays later, on fourth-and-one at the 14, Theismann faked to Riggins, stuck the ball on his hip and rolled in for the first score while ll Cardinals chased Riggins. On the next series, Mel Kaufman recovered a Roy Green fumble on the St. i/ouis 25, leading to Mark •Moseley’s 33-yard field goal and a 10-Olead. The Cards never really got back in the game. Neil O’Donoghue kicked a 22-yard field goal early in the second quarter to cut it to 10-3. but the Redskins countered with a 56-yard drive consisting of eight runs and a 10-yard TO pass to Gary Clark and it was 17-3 at halftime. Moseley kicked a 29-yarder in the third quarter and, after Ottis Anderson skirted left end for a 10-yard score following a Rogers fumble early in the fourth quarter, the Redskins sealed the game on Theismann’s 12-yard scoring pass to Clint Didier following Rich Milot’s interception. Neil l/ornax, who had thrown just three interceptions entering the game, had four passes picked off. The Redskins, who had only two in their first four games, got a fifth off reserve Scott Brunner. Top 20 same, but shuffled By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Iowa and Oklahoma remained 1-2 today in the Associated Press college football poll while Michigan continued its steady climb toward the top, moving into third place. Although this week’s 20 ranked teams are the same as last week’s, there was considerable shuffling, notably Southern Methodist’s fall from third to 16th, Ohio State’s drop from fifth to 15th and IiiU’s skid from eighth to 20th. Iowa celebrated last week’s No. I ranking, its first in 24 years, by waiting until the final 27 seconds to defeat Michigan State 35-31 on a two-yard touchdown run by Chuck I/mg, who also passed for four touchdowns arid 380 yards. The Hawkeyes received 34 of 59 first-place votes and 1,137 of a possible 1,180 points from a nationwide panel of sports writers and .sportscasters. Oklahoma, a 41-6 SportsWorld Horned Frogs lose quarterback Ankrom FORT WORTH IAP) 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 ankle. And that means he’ll be lost to the team for the lest of the season, TCU Coach Jim Wacker said Monday. “This won’t be much of a factor,” Wacker said sarcastically. "We just lost our best athlete and the fastest player on the team.” Ankrom opened the season with a 266-yard total-offense performance rn a 30-13 victory over Tula ne. Through four games, the sophomore had a total offense figure of 547 yards — 186 rushing and 361 passing. He find scored a team-leading four touchdowns. Ankrom’s loss elevates redshift freshman David Roscoe to the No. I slot and puts in question the planned redshirt season for freshman Hon J lies, who now, theoretically, is the backup quarterback. E rashman Stanley Retry will come over from defense to provide added depth. Ankrom was injured in the second quarter of Saturday’s 41-0 loss to Arkansas. He was pushed just after getting off a 25-yard pass to running back Tony Jeffery. Top 20 9 Nebraska 310 656 12 IO Alabama 4 00 650 11 11 Brigham Young 4 10 529 15 By The Associated Press 12 Auburn 310 514 14 Trie Top T w<-nty teams in the Associated Press 13 Arr Force 500 452 I / college football poll, with first place votes rn 14 Tennessee 20 1 442 16 parentheses, season record, total points based on 15 Ohm State 3 IO 430 5 20 19 18 17 16 15 14 13 12 11 1098 76 54 3 16 So Methodist 2 10 300 3 21 and last week s ranking 17 Texas 30 0 I 70 20 Record Pts Pvs 18 Georgia 310 161 18 1 Iowa (341 400 1,137 I 19 Baylor 4 1 0 159 19 2 Oklahoma 1141 20 0 1.106 2 20LSU 2 IO 115 8 3 Michigan ti 400 1.037 7 Others receiving votes UCLA 104 Arnot ta 58. 4 Florida St 13) 4 OO 993 4 Miami Fla At Indiana 33 Arr j 23 M < • esota 5Oklahoma St til 400 896 6 13, Amort# State 12, Utah 9, Mary (ar <d / 6 Arkansas 400 806 IO Washington 6 (leorgia Te ch 5, Kansas 4, Bowling 7 Florida . . , 301 779 ll Green 3, Southern California 3 Purdue 1 Virgil a 8 Penn State 400 745 9 1 winner over Kansas State, was runner-up for the fifth week in a row. The Sooners received 14 first-place votes and 1,106 points. However, SMU’s 28-6 loss to Arizona knocked the Mustangs out of the Top Ten. Michigan jumped from seventh to third with seven first- place votes and 1,037 points by trouncing Wisconsin 33-6. The Wolverines, who were not ranked in the first three polls, have been 19th, 12th, seventh and third in the last four weeks. Florida State, which was idle, held onto fourth place with three first- place votes and 993 points, while Oklahoma State climbed from sixth to fifth with the remaining first-place ballot and 896 points by defeating Tulsa 25-13. Arkansas vaulted from 10th to sixth with 806 points by drubbing Texas Christian 41-0, Florida blanked DSU 20-0 and shot from lith to seventh, idle Penn State moved up from ninth to eighth with 745 points. Nebraska rose from 12th to ninth with 656 points by trimming New Mexico 38-7, and idle Alabama went from 12th to 10th with 650 points. Alabama visits Penn State this Saturday. The Second Ten consists of Brigham Young, Auburn. Air Force, Tennessee, Ohio State, SMU, Texas. Georgia, Baylor and I-SU. Last week, it was Florida, Alabama. Nebraska, Aubu»’n, BYL, Tennessee, Air Force, Georgia. Savior and Texas UT-Arkansas game to be televised NEW YORK (AP) - The Miami of Florida-Oklahoma and Texas-Arkansas college football games will be televised by ABC on Oct. 19. The network announced Monday that both games will begin at 2:30 p m CDT, with the pregame show airing at 2 p.m. The Miami game will be Oklahoma's home opener and ABC said its telecast still must bv approved by the Oklahoma Board of Regents The Texas-Arkansas game will be played in Fayetteville, Ark. The viewing areas for each telecast will be determined at a later date. NBC itching for Olympics NEW YORK (AP) — Ever since its planned coverage of the 1980 Moscow’ Olympics was shattered by the United States-led boycott of those Games, NHC has been itching for the chance to show what it can do. The network is going to get the chance and Mike Weisman, its executive producer for sports, can’t wait. “This will be a tremendous challenge, one we’ve been looking forward to getting since 1980,” Weisman said on Monday. NBC will pay between a minimum of $300 million and a maximum of 1500 million for the rights to the 1988 Seoul Olympics. Scoreboard On the air DAY TELEVISION rn Wrestling Prime Time Wrestling, > pm    Baseball    AL Championship /),im,- c,n« Kansas City al Toronto, KMOL NL SDAY TELEVISION rn AL Championship Series, ga rn* two -J City .ii Toronto, KMOt 3 p rn NL Championship Senes, game ii Louis at j|ps Angeles KMOL rn Boxing Top Rank Boxing LSPN 1983 Houston 1984 Houston 1986 Houston Totals 162 86 162 SO 162 83 537 276 77 526 3 82 494 2T 79 512 3T 261 §14 Transactions Local sports IIESDAY 6pm Volleyball Canyon at Seer Braunfels, icily, junior varsity and freshmen HURSDAY 6 pm Volleyball Boerne at Smithson alley warily, junior varsity and freshmen RIOAY 7 30 p n. Foot bal Floresville at Smithson alley Lillis' record Bob Lillis Managerial Record By The Associated Press The yearly year managerial record of Bob Lit tis, who was fired Monday by the Houston Astros Regular Season Veer    GW    L Pct Pos 1982 Houston........§1    28 23 649 5 By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League DETROIT TIGERS Traded Juan Betongue# pit! tier. Bob Melvin, catcher, and a player to be named later to the San Francisco Giants for Dave L.iPotnt and En, King, pitchers. Matt Nokes catcher National League HOUSTON ASTROS Fired Bob Lillis, manager PITTSBURGH PIRATES Fired Chuck Tanner, manager BASKETBALL National BaskatbaM Association BOSTON CELTICS Waived Rick Lamb and Ron Williams forwards LOS ANGELES CUPPERS Cut N.gel Lloyd, Bobby Parks and Dane Softie guards PHOENIX SUNS Waived lavonne Davis guard SEATTLE SUPERSONICS Waived Reggie King forward UTAH JAZZ Waived Mitchell Anderson and David Pope forwards and Ray Hall guard FOOTBALL National Football League INDIANAPOLIS COLTS - Waived Art Schitchter, quarterback Activated George Achree, nose tackle PHILADELPHIA EAGLES - Rehired Sid Gilman, quarterback coach WASHINGTON REDSKINS Signed Doug Barnett, defensive end Waived Joe Krakoeki linebacker HOCKEY National Hockey league BUFFALO SABRES Argued Pal right wing from the P ttstourgn Per-go. Moiler right wing, and the t ghts t Cunney worth left winger CALGARY FLAMES A. g ,md C defenseman, in the waiver draft MINNESOTA NORTH SrAr<s Dave Langevin defenseman rn the wa , MONTREAL CANADY NS    Se tar Claude Ldmteu* ngl I wing ai mpedetk and John K udu deft iftfcfbfootoG of Amer can Hock . ipr Mike NI W JERSEY DEVI IS A.,). O RaocSv V #4 UC N&fc Cl fit !®f$, .ii n e waiver Nf W YOUK ISLAND t RS Ai I 1*9 Levi# Boyd deter* s#mari rn th • waiver drat Pittsburgh Pf NG* ,j.NS A, A. jutted Dan fra^^ey and Mi- 8 ar -Ira*? vV'.HQS if) TH# Pratt Or p nt Attle OD 3 > me roster •Glazed tile •Bathroom & Kitchen tile •Saltillo    •Pavers •Mortars 1292 W. San Antonio Mon. • Fri. 8-5 •Unglazed tile •Marble •Grouts •Thinset 625-5660 Sat. 9-1 NB Blue beats San Marcos, 4-2 Jeff Bryan scored three goals as the New Braunfels offense kept the pressure on San Marcos and the Blue won a 4-2 soccer match Saturday at the HEB Complex. Wade Ohnheiser first put New Braunfels on the scoreboard midway through the first half with a goal from the center striker position. San Marcos tied the game early in the second half but the Blue took the lead for good when Bryan scored on a 50-yard breakaway. Five minutes later, Bryan scored on another breakaway to give New Braunfels a 3-1 lead. The Blue completed their scoring on a penalty shot by Bryan near the end of the game. San Marcos added a goal on a penalty shot to make the final score 4-2. Much of New Braunfels success was due to the play of defenders Bud Hasert and Paul Buck, said Coach Bob Thrift Tony Ramirez and Travis Thrift controlled midfield for New Braunfels and supported the offense very well, Coach Thrift said The Blue’s next game will be at 3 p m Saturday against the New Braunfels AFK. Everyone is encouraged to support the New Braunfels teams by attending the match at the HEB Complex Briefly The network negotiated a unique risk-sharing contract with the International Olympic Committee and the Seoul organizers, giving the network another opportunity to telecast its first Summer Olyrnpn s. Olympian becomes first female Trotter BURBANK, Calif. (AP) — lunette Woodard, the captain of the United States’ gold medal-winning 1984 Olympic basketball team, was selected to be the first woman ever to play for the Harlem Globetrotters Woodard, 26, a 5-foot-U guard from lawrence, Kau., attended the University of Kansas and Is the top career scorer in the history of the school, men or women. Don King trial opens in New York NEW YORK * AP) — An accountant’s innocent mistake sparked a scheme by flamboyant boxing promoter Don King to evade thousands of dollars in federal income taxes, a federal prosecutor said at the opening round of King’s trial. Assistant L S. Attorney Roanne U. Mann told jurors that King and his top aide and co-defendant, Constani e Harper, kept more than $1 million in payments that were supposed to have gone to King’s company between 1978 and 1980 Wimberley, Clarke win at Schuetzen Verein Bill Wimberley won the rest relays and Jim Clarke the offhand relay last weekend at the New Braunfels .Schuetzen Verein shoot. Wimberley‘s score of 248 was followed by Jimmie Meckel at 247 and Bob Bedford at 246. Clarke won the offhand relay with a score of 119, while David Pringle took second at 117. Mike Zim-mermann’s 116 points earned him third place. Before the shoot, the following NBSV officers were re-elected: V B Wimberley, president; Gay Wimberley. treasurer; Wally Weidner, treasurer and David Pringle, range officer. In addition, Glen Wimberley was elected to a first term as vicepresident, as was lawrence Weidner as procurement officer. Board of directors for the coming year are Jimmie Meckel, Mike Zimmermann, Boogie Vivroux and Jim Clarke George Meyer serves on the board as Schuetzen Koenig. NBSV’s final shoot of the season is scheduled on Oct 20 at 2:30 p.m. with a family prize shoot and a picnic. Each mem lier is asked to bring a $5 prize and a picnic lunch. Unicorn JV soccer to begin Nov. 18 Freshmen through junior boys at New Braunfels High School are invited to play on the school’s soccer team, with workouts beginning Nov. 18 at 4 p.m. at Seele Elementary. Boys trying out must have a current athletic physical and a medical release form on file. Coach Chas Schaner is putting together a schedule that will include games with junior varsity teams from San Marcos, Seguin, bander and San Antonio teams. For more information, call Schaner at 625-9171 or 629-5620. Run for Liberty scheduled Saturday Registration forms for the second annual Stroh’s Run For liberty are available at the luanda Rec Center and where Stroh’s and Stroh’s Ijght beer are sold. The entry fee is $11 and the race is Saturday Races are scheduled all over the country, including Austin and San Antonio. Walkers, joggers and runners are encouraged to help raise money for the restoration of the Statue of Liberty. Bulldog 5K Run set for Oct. 19 Area runners art invited to participate in the third annual Bulldog 5K Run, which is part frf the Homecoming 1985 festivities at Texas Lutheran College in Seguin. The 3.1-mile run will start at 7:30 a.rn in front of TLC’s Jones Physical Education Complex and will wind through campus The $6 registration fee will be accepted until 7 a m. the day of the race. 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  • Bob Lillis
  • Bob Melvin
  • Bobby Parks
  • Boogie Vivroux
  • Bud Hasert
  • Carl Birdsong
  • Charles Mann
  • Chas Schaner
  • Chuck Tanner
  • Claude Ldmteu
  • Clint Didier
  • Dave L.Ipotnt
  • Dave Langevin
  • David Pope
  • David Pringle
  • David Roscoe
  • Don King
  • Doug Barnett
  • Gary Clark
  • George Achree
  • George Rogers
  • Glen Wimberley
  • Jeff Bryan
  • Jim Clarke
  • Jim Clarke George Meyer
  • Jimmie Meckel
  • Joe Gibbs
  • Joe Krakoeki
  • Joe Theismann
  • John K
  • John Riggins
  • Ken Jenkins
  • Matt Nokes
  • Mel Kaufman
  • Mike Weisman
  • Mike Zimmermann
  • Mitchell Anderson
  • N.Gel Lloyd
  • Ottis Anderson
  • Paul Buck
  • Rich Milot
  • Rick Lamb
  • Roanne U. Mann
  • Ron Williams
  • San Marcos
  • Schuetzen Koenig
  • Scott Ankrom
  • Scott Brunner
  • Sid Gilman
  • Tony Jeffery
  • Wally Weidner

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Publication: New Braunfels Herald Zeitung

Location: New Braunfels, Texas

Issue Date: October 8, 1985

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