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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - August 30, 2000, New Braunfels, Texas Page 8A— Herald-Zeitung — Wednesday, August 30, 2000 Scoreboard AP Top 25 The Top Twenty Five teams in The Associated Press college football poll, with first-place votes in parentheses, records through Aug. 28, total points based on 25 points for a first-place vote through one point for a 25th-place vote and ranking in the previous poll: Record Pts Pvs 1. Nebraska (35)    0-0    1,728    1 2. Florida St. (30)    1-0    1,723    2 3. Alabama (3)    0-0    1,577    3 4. Wisconsin (1)    0-0    1,442    4 5. Miami    0-0    1,404    5 6. Michigan    0-0    1,381    6 7. Texas (2)    0-0    1,308    7 8. Kansas St.    1 -0    1,256    8 9. Florida    0-0    1,248    9 10. Georgia    0-0    1,230    10 11. Virginia Tech    0-0    1,050    11 12. Southern Cal    1 -0    966    15 13. Tennessee    0-0    902    12 14. Washington    0-0    785    13 15. Purdue    0-0    728    14 16 Ohio St.    0-0    601    16 17. Clemson    0-0    597    17 18. Mississippi    0-0    545    18 19. Oklahoma    0-0    469    19 20. TCU    0-0    408    20 21. Illinois    0-0    395    21 22. Southern Miss.    0-0    248    23 23. Colorado    0-0    182    24 24. Michigan St.    0-0    162    25 25. Texas A&M    0-0    141    — Others receiving votes: UCLA 95, East Carolina 87, Oregon 62. Penn St. 51. Mississippi St. 42, Utah 40, Colorado St. 37, Notre Dame 28, Marshall 26, Virginia 23, Auburn 20, Louisiana Tech 15, Arkansas 14, Texas Tech 13, Georgia Tech 12, LSU 10, Syracuse 7, Minnesota 6, Kentucky 4, Toledo 4, Arizona St. 1, Boston College 1, Oregon St. 1. Transactions TUESDAY'S SPORTS TRANSACTIONS By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Recalled C Fernando Lunar from Bowie of the Eastern League. SEATTLE MARINERS—Reassigned RHP Aaron Scheffer from New Haven of the Eastern League to Tacoma of the PCL. National League FLORIDA MARLINS—Activated OF Cliff Floyd from the disabled list. Optioned INF Chris Clapinski to Brevard County of the FSL. Atlantic League SOMERSET PATRIOTS—Traded RHP Julian Heredia to Nashua for future considerations. BASKETBALL International Basketball Association IBA—Awarded a franchise to Sioux City, Iowa. Announced that the Rochester, Minn, franchise has moved to Salina, Kan and that the Rapid City, S.D. franchise has moved to Mitchell, S.D. FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE RAVENS—Agreed to terms with LT Jonathan Ogden on six-year contract extension. CAROLINA PANTHERS—Signed OT Dan Best, LB Michael Hawkes, WR Kerry Hood and DE Gillis Wilson to the practice squad. DENVER BRONCOS—Signed CB Jason Suttle and G Steve Herndon to the practice squad. JACKSONVILLE JAGUARS— Released C David Kempfert. Signed OL Jeff Smith off waivers. NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS—Signed RB Patrick Pass, LB Olrick Johnson, DT Garrett Johnson and G Rob Gatrell to the practice squad. NEW YORK GIANTS—Named Jay Robertson offensive quality coach. Signed T Chris Bober, LB O.J. Childress, DE Frank Ferrara, FB Michael Jones and TE Adam Young to the practice squad. NEW YORK JETS—Released WR Dwight Stone, LB J.J. Syvrud and CB Del Lee. Terminated the contract of OL John Hudson. Signed TE-S Bradford Banta, CB Earthwind Moreland, T Cornell Green and NT Maurice Anderson. Signed LB J.J. Syvrud, WR Yatil Green, RB Vaughn Sanders, T Jeff Pilon and DL Jon Michals to the practice squad. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Signed DE Kendrick Gholston, RB Thomas Hammer and WR Elijah Thurmon to the practice squad. PITTSBURGH STEELERS—Signed C Grey Ruegamer, FB Dan Kreider, WR Demetrius Brown, DE Ernie Brown and S Nakia Codie to the practice squad. SAN DIEGO CHARGERS—Signed OL Wilbert Brown, OL Jason Thomas and LB Shannon Taylor to the practice squad. TENNESSEE TITANS—Signed TE Jason Gavadza, TE Mike Leach, DT Rod Walker, WR Chris Coleman and C Craig Page to the practice squad. Canadian Football League TORONTO ARGONAUTS—Announed the resignation of RB Mike Clemons to become coach. HOCKEY National Hockey League TORONTO MAPLE LEAFS— Announced the retirement of Donald Crump, Chris Dundas, Terry Kelly, Ted Nikolaou, Ron Pringle and George Whyte from the advisory board. Central Hockey League COLUMBUS COTTONMOUTHS— Signed D Jaroslav Kerestes and D Kamil Kuriplach. OKLAHOMA CITY BLAZERS—Signed C-RW Marty Standish. TOPEKA SCARECROWS—Signed C Mark Edmundson. East Coast Hockey League CHARLOTTE CHECKERS—Signed C Scott King. JACKSON BANDITS—Re-signed D Brad Peddle. PEE DEE PRIDE—Traded F Rich Metro to Arkansas for F Vince Malts. Named Damion Parmelee director of hockey administration. PEORIA RIVERMEN—Named Joe Trotta assistant coach. TRENTON TITANS—Re-signed D Erie Brule. United Hockey League ASHEVILEL SMOKE—Signed G Brent Belecki to a one-year contract. MUSKEGON FURY—Agreed to terms with RW Alain O'Driscoll on a one-year contract. West Coast Hockey League IDAHO STEELHEADS—Signed C Bobby Hayes. SOCCER Major League Soccer D.C. UNITED—Called up F Greg Simmonds and MF Steve Klein from Hershey of the A-League. Called up G Paul Marcouliier from the D3 Pro League. COLLEGE CHARLOTTE—Named Terry Ann Zawacki-Woods women's tennis coach. CINCINNATI—Named Tracy Stanley assistant rowing coach. COLGATE—Named Michael Spletter men's and women's assistant tennis coach. DARTMOUTH—Named Sharon Price and Brian Crowell assistant athletic trainers, Erica Silbersher men's and women's assistant squash coach and Darin Ramsey sports information assistant. Announced the resignation of Laurie Lopes, women's assistant basketball coach. Soccer MAJOR LEAGUE SOCCER All Times CDT Eastern Division WLT    Pts    GF    GA xy-NY-NJ    16 10 3    51    58    47 New England 11 11 6    39    42    43 Miami    10    13    5    35    42    48 D.C.    7    16    6    27    40    56 Central Division WLT    Pts    GF    GA x-Tampa Bay    15    11    3    48    56    44 Chicago    13    9    6    45    55    47 Dallas    12    13    4    40    51    49 Columbus    11    12    5    38    42    45 Western Division WLT    Pts    GF    GA x-Kansas City    14    7    8    50    43    27 x-Los Angeles    13    8    8    47    45    34 Colorado    11    14    4    37    38    56 San Jose    6    15    8    26    30    46 x-clinched playoff spot y-clinched division title NOTE: Three points for a win and one point for a tie. Saturday’s Games Chicago 3, Tampa Bay 3, tie New England 2, Columbus 1 DC United 2, Miami 1, OT New York-New Jersey 6, Dallas 4 Kansas City 1, Colorado 1, tie Los Angeles 3, San Jose 0 Today’s Games DC United at New England, 6:30 p.m. Tampa Bay at Columbus, 6:30 p.m. Dallas at Chicago, 7:30 p.m. Miami at Colorado, 8 p.m. San Jose at Los Angeles, 9:30 p.m. Baseball Monday’s Games N.Y. Mets 4, Houston 2 Montreal 9, Arizona'S St. Louis 5, Florida 2 Philadelphia 3, Colorado 2 Cincinnati 6, Atlanta 3 Los Angeles 5, Milwaukee 3 San Diego 8, Chicago Cubs 2 San Francisco 5, Pittsburgh 4 Tuesday’s Games Arizona at Montreal St. Louis at Florida San Francisco at Pittsburgh Houston at N.Y. Mets Colorado at Philadelphia Cincinnati at Atlanta San Diego at Chicago Cubs Los Angeles at Milwaukee Today s Games San Diego (Tollberg 3-2) at Chicago Cubs (Lieber 11-7), 1:20 p.m. Arizona (Johnson 16-5) at Montreal (Lira 3-4), 6:05 p.m. St. Louis (Reames 0-1) at Florida (Cornelius 3-7), 6:05 p.m. San Francisco (Ortiz 10-10) at Pittsburgh (Anderson 4-7), 6:05 p.m. Houston (Holt 6-12) at N.Y. Mets (Reed 8-4), 6:10 p.m. Colorado (Tavarez 9-2) at Philadelphia (Bottenfield 1-2), 6:35 p.m. Cincinnati (Dessens 6-4) at Atlanta (Glavine 17-6), 6:40 p.m. Los Angeles (Dreifort 10-7) at Milwaukee (Wright 6-7), 7:05 p.m. AMERICAN LEAGUE All Times CDT East Division W L Pct. GB New York 73 55 .570 — Boston 68 60 .531 5 Toronto 69 62 .527 5 1/2 Baltimore 59 71 .454 15 Tampa Bay 57 73 .438 17 Central Division W L Pct. GB Chicago 77 54 .588 — Cleveland 68 59 .535 7 Detroit 64 65 .496 12 Kansas City 60 70 .462 16 1/2 Minnesota 59 72 .450 18 West Division W L Pct. GB Seattle 71 60 .542 — Oakland 69 61 .531 1 1/2 Anaheim 67 64 .511 4 Texas 58 72 .446 12 1/2 Monday’s Games Tampa Bay 5, Boston 2 Cleveland 5, Texas 2 Toronto 4, Anaheim 2 Oakland 3, Chicago White Sox 0 N.Y. Yankees 9, Seattle 1 NATIONAL LEAGUE Only games scheduled All Times CDT Tuesday s Games East Division Boston at Tampa Bay W L Pct. GB Detroit at Baltimore Atlanta 78 53 .595 — Cleveland at Texas New York 78 53 .595 — Minnesota at Kansas City Florida 63 67 .485 15 1/2 N.Y. Yankees at Seattle Philadelphia 56 74 .431 21 1/2 Chicago White Sox at Oakland Montreal 55 73 .430 21 1/2 Toronto at Anaheim Central Division Today’s Games W L Pct. GB Minnesota (Redman 12-6) at Kansas City St. Louis 74 57 .565 — (Suzuki 7-7), 1:05 p.m. Cincinnati 65 65 .500 8 1/2 Chicago White Sox (Sirotka 12-10) at Chicago 56 74 .431 17 1/2 Oakland (Appier 12-9), 2:35 p.m. Milwaukee 56 74 .431 17 1/2 Boston (Fassero 8-7) at Tampa Bay Houston 54 77 .412 20 (Lopez 10-9), 6:15 p.m. Pittsburgh 52 77 .403 21 Detroit (Nomo 5-10) af Baltimore West Division (Mercedes 9-5), 6:35 p.m. W L Pct. GB Cleveland (Burba 11-6) at Texas (Davis 5- San Francisco 74 55 .574 — 4), 7:05 p.m. Arizona 71 59 .546 3 1/2 N.Y. Yankees (Cone 3-11) at Seattle (Sele Los Angeles 69 62 .527 6 13-9), 9:05 p.m. Colorado 66 65 .504 9 Toronto (Wells 18-5) at Anaheim (Wise 3- San Diego 64 67 .489 11 2), 9:05 p.m. KUERTEN/From 7A rest of the way and let the tiebreakers decide matters. In those, Arthurs proved dominant and he ended the affair with a 134 mph ace up the middle. Despite the urging and cries of Guga" from Kuerten's fans, the bearded Brazilian failed to impress his game on Arthurs, who first began winning the battle from the baseline, then took charge of the match at the net. Time and again, Arthurs, best known as a doubles player, would chip Kuerten's second serve and charge the net, ready to knock off a feeble attempt at a passing shot. On his own service games, Arthurs would keep Kuerten on the defensive with his blistering serves. Arthurs reached double match point on Kuerten's serve in the ninth game of the fourth set. Kuerten served an ace to save the first one. He thought he had his second straight ace on the next serve, but it was called wide. It made no difference. Kuerten won the next three points and held for 5-5. Two games later, they moved into a second straight tiebreaker, which Arthurs dominated, racing out to 6-0 lead. COMETS/From 7A Kuerten won the next poult, but the hole he was in was much too deep. Arthurs then pounded his final ace to complete the upset. f old that Kuerten w as one of the favorites to w in this tournament, Arthurs replied. "Not any more." Kuerten became only the second No. 2 seed to lose in the first round of the U.S. Open since 1956, when the present system of seedings started. The only other time it happened was in 1994 when second-seeded Goran Ivanisevic was ousted in his opener. Ivanisevic lost another first-round match on Tuesday. Kuerten was the second seeded player to tumble from the tournament on the second day. Earlier, No. 16 Julie Halard-Decugis fell to Minam Oremans 6-3,6-4. Lindsay Davenport, the 1998 women's champion, romped past Gala Leon Garcia of Spain 6-0,6-1 in 44 minutes. In the fourth game of the second set, Leon Garcia, who prefers to play on clay rather than the hardcourts of the National Tennis Center, w hipped a winning forehand into the comer and raised her amis in triumph. 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Cowher now seems to be backing off that statement after assuring Graham that, according to the quarterback, “He won't have a quick hook.” Try telling that to Stewart. “I won’t say I was shook up, but was kind of stunned a little bit,” Stewart said. “At the same time, I understood. You can't do anything but accept it.” Only 18 months after signing a $27 million contract extension, Stewart faces an uncertain future with a team that felt it couldn’t wait any longer for him to play his way out of a two-year slump. Still, Stewart said, “My career doesn't stop right here. I still have more time to come and I have to keep myself in shape so, whether the opportunity comes this year or next year or the year after that, I'm prepared.” Despite not starting the final five games last season, Stewart began the preseason with the quarterback's job to lose. NKW Brai ni ki.s Herald-Zeitung Our offices will be closed on Monday, September 4, 2000 in observance of Labor Day. We will reopen at 8:00 a.m. on Tuesday, September 4,2000. The following advanced advertising deadlines will be observed. Display Advertising Publication Date Tuesday, September 5 Upstream, September 6 Wednesday, September 6 Thursday. September 7 A ch 'erasing Deadline Wednesday August 30 @ 5 p.m. Wednesday August 30 @ 5 p.m. Thursday, August 31 @ 5 p.m. Friday. September I @ 5 p.m. Classified Line Ads Publication Date    Advertising Deadline Tuesday, September 5    Friday, September I    @    1:00 p.m. Upstream, September 6    Friday, September I    @    3:00 p.m. CATch the Fever! Thursday, August 31st 7:00 p.m. Bobcat Stadium San Marcos, TX Southwest Texas Bobcats vs. Midwestern St. presented by: Come Early and Enjoy Live Music at the HEB Bobcat FanFest! “You never know,'” he said. In the tradition of the Comets’ previous championship parades and two by the Rockets before, the victors rode atop fire trucks preceded by marching bands, floats and convertibles carrying local dignitaries. F ans stacked three and four deep along Smith Street to greet the players and coach Van Chancellor, who said this title was the sweetest yet. “One of the great joys of winning championships is the big parade we get in Houston,” Chancellor said. “There's a lot of kid in me getting to do this parade today” Parade-goer James Russell brought his three young sons to see the spectacle firsthand. “I’m more excited now than I was for the first three.” Russell said. Fans also cheered the area’s other recent sports heroes, the national champion Bellaire Little League All-Stars, who fell one game short of a world title last weekend in a 3-2 loss to Maracaibo, Venezuela. “I've had a great time,” catcher Terrence McConn said. “Everyone's talking about it.” The 12-year-olds will get their own parade Wednesday evening in downtown Bellaire, a residential town surrounded by southwest Houston. Hill Country Neurosurgery, PA Is pleased to announce the opening of an office in New Braunfels. Dr. Regan (lallahcr will be happy to see patients from 8-lp.m. each Tuesday at 598 N. Union Avenue, Suite 335. Dr. Gallaher, originally from Kerrville, recently graduated from the Neurosurgical training program at Baylor in Houston. As well as offering comprehensive adult neurological surgery, Dr. Gallahers special interests include complex spinal surgery and pediatric neurosurgery. Please contact our Austin office for questions or appointments, (512) 707-7060. 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