Del Rio News Herald from Del Rio, Texas on October 8, 1987 · Page 10
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Del Rio, Texas
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Thursday, October 8, 1987
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»I-D»I IM. TilM Ml WI'HIMLD, Ttmnttv, Oddbif i, 1W Exodus continues as more strikers cross picket lines •y DAVID GINSBURG TYSONS CORNER, Va. (AP) - Ai Gene Upshaw and Jack Donlan continued to work to end the NFL strike, 37 more players crossed picket lines, including San Fran* Cisco quarterback Joe Montana and 11 of his teammates. Upshaw, the executive director of the NFL Players Association, and Donlan, his management counterpart, were to continue negotiations today in the latest round of talks designed to end the 17-day-old walkout. The two have been meeting at an undisclosed site in the Washington area since Tuesday. There were conflicting reports on the amount of progress made Wednesday, but both sides said that no immediate settlement was in sight. This weekend's games will once again feature teams with a majority of replacement players and a smattering of defectors. The latest flood of regulars to cross picket lines came Wednesday as players tried to meet the deadline imposed by owners to pick up this week's paychecks and qualify to play in this weekend's games. The latest defections brought to 129 the number of players who have crossed over since the strike began Sept. 22. The biggest blow to the union came in Redwood City, Calif., where 12 49ers crossed. Among those accompanying Montana were wide receiver Dwight Clark, running backs Roger Craig and Joe Cribbs and cornerback Eric Wright. San Francisco Coach Bill Walsh, who in the interest of team unity had last week persuaded many of the players not to return, said Wednesday he would not repeat the procedure. "I wouldn't want to try it again," Walsh said. "We don't really have any other choice. If they want to come back, our doors have to be open." . Only seven of the league's 28 teams have no defectors: the New York Giants, Washington Redskins, Philadelphia Eagles, San Diego Chargers, Seattle Seahawks, Tampa Bay Bucs and Kansas City Chiefs. Meanwhile, both sides gave different versions of the latest round of negotiations. Management Council spokesman John Jones said the sides did not discuss the major bargaining points, instead focusing on such topics as injury and non-injury grievance procedures, discipline by the commissioner, injury protection and safety and welfare. But Doug Allen, the NFLPA's assistant executive director, said Upshaw was "encouraged, and progress has been made." Allen said the sides "touched on" such important topics as guaranteed contracts and protection for player representatives. While Donlan and Upshaw were meeting, several of the striking players either crossed picket lines or came close to doing so. The 0-3 Giants had three players - NFL MVP Lawrence Taylor, Pro Bowl defensive end Leonard Marshall and third-string quarterback Jeff Hostetler report to Giants Stadium, then leave after meeting with team officials. General Manager George Young denied they were asked to leave. "Our policy is that each man has to answer with his own conscience," Young said. K* VIDEO BUSTERS -n Thursday and Friday FREE VCR Rental Rent 3 Tapes *2 S ° each and get VCR Rental FREE 775-3669 H wy. 90 W 120 Wild wood Special of the Week: Mesquite Broiled Top Sirloin Steak Complete Dinner $7.95 Upon R«qu««t *" * * $2" BaraainPrices All Seats on Shows Starting Before 6 PM ff » .._ _ A. _. AK m It & NOW CINEMARK THEATRES Plaza M Sol Mull 775-073U SHOWING Tuesday««Seats '2»«l Dan. CAN 1 BUY ME LOVE® Fri.-Thurs. 5:30*7:30*9:45 Sit.-Sun. 1:30*3:30*5:30*7:30*9:45 * * * * *, * "ADVENTURES IN * BABYSITTING" <PO-«) . Friday-Thursday 5:15*7:15 * Saturday-Sunday 1:15*5:15*7:15 HAMBURGER * HILL E * Thursday-Friday 7:00*9:30 * Sal.-Sun. 1:00«2:30»7:00»9:30 * DIRTY DANCING M Friday-Thursday 9:15 Saturday-Sunday 3:15*9:15 * * * Oilers' Martin trying to forget the past By MICHAEL A, LtJTZ Associated Press Sports Writer HOUSTON (AP) - Replacement Houston Oilers linebacker Eugene Scale is trying to embellish his reputation, while new teammate Charles Martin is trying to live down his past. Martin crossed striking NFL player picket lines Wednesday for practice, wishing that his late hit on Chicago quarterback Jim McMahon last season would be forgotten. But Seale, named the AFC's defensive player of the week, wants his performance last week embedded in the minds of Oilers coaches as' he hopes to earn a roster spot when the NFL players' strike ends. Martin, who formerly played at Green Bay, was suspended for two games last season by Commissioner Pete Rozelle after he body-slammed McMahon in a game at Chicago Nov. 23, sending McMahon to surgery. The Packers waived Martin this season following a barroom incident, and the Oilers picked him up last week. "I hate to keep putting the spark on the fire," Martin said. "I just wish it would die down and everybody forget about it. "But it's just one of those situations where McMahon was McMahon and it's going to be something to live down," he added. "McMahon is a great quarterback and he's out right now because of me." Martin, 6-4, 280, replays his late hit in his mind and sees it on video when his name is in the news. "I just wish it hid never hap* pened, but It did," he said. "I can live it down but it will always come back up." Oilers Coach Jerry Glanville said he told Martin what would be expected of him as an Oiler. "We talked about all those problems and we won't tolerate anything like that here," Clan- ville said. "We only want to play within the framework of the rules. If we don't, there's going to be a divorce." Glanville said Martin could play Sunday when the Oilers play at Cleveland. "1 found him to be a very pleasant perion and after watching him in practice today, he's the type of guy you like to have around," Glanville said. "I told him the only exception would be that if t was in a bar and there was a brawl, I expected him to be on my side." Jesse Baker, a nine-year veteran who was waived by the Oilers in training camp, also crossed the picket lines Wednes- day and worked out. Nose guard Doug Smith remained the only member of the Oilers' 45-man roster to have crossed the picket lines. In other moves, the Oilers waived quarterback Paul Williams of Tarleton State and linebacker Scott Stoughton of Sam Houston State and placed defensive end Kenny Neil on the reserve Injured list. The Oilers also signed safety Kurt Kafentzis of Hawaii. Frosh White defeats Highlands Del Rio High School's Freshman White Football team defeated the Highland park Freshman team by a score of 19-8 Saturday. The Rams scored first in the game when tailback Joe Hernandez ran the ball into the Highland end zone, on a 12 yard jaunt. Quarterback J.M. Simmonds added the two point conversion, running the ball around the right side. The Freshman White defense got on the board late in the second quarter. With only four seconds remaining in the first half of play, cornerback Juan Hernandez intercepted the ball, returning it 53 yards for another Del Rio touchdown. Simmonds then found fullback Josue Venegas in the end zone, completing the pass for another two- point conversion. Dei Rio got on the board again in the fourth quarter with a 38 yard field goal off the foot of Pedro Vidales, bringing the score to 19-0. Highland scored their only touchdown of the game late in the fourth quarter but it wasn't enough as Del Rio took the victory, 19-8. Coach David Gomez named as offensive standouts in the game: Joe Hernandez, who had 93 yards rushing in the game; Venegas, with 48 yards; and Simmonds. Defensive standouts were: Juan Hernandez, Venegas at middle linebacker and defensive tackle Eric Magana. The Freshman White team plays again on Saturday when they face the San Antonio Jefferson Freshmen at 1 p.m. at Ram Stadium, while the Freshman Blue team travels to San Antonio to take on the Freshman team of San Antonio Burbank. Del Rio Rams vs McCollum Cowboys 7:30 p.m. Friday at Ram Stadium. 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Tuesday Nlte Ladles High game, team: Arrow Sheet Metal-1021 High series, team: Irene's Beauty Shop-2933 High series, individual: Maria Valdez-208 Standings: Irene's Beauty Shop 30-2, first; Arrow Sheet Metal 24-8, second; Alley's Boot Hill 22-10, third. Merchants League High game, team: Rio Brake Alignment-1102 High series, team: Rio Brake Alignment-3040 High game, individual: Chris Renner-233 High series, individual: Chris Renner-615 Games over 200: Chris Renner-213 and 233, Bobby De Leon-215, Pablo Rodriguez-211, Bill Langford-215, Joe Bess-212. Ferdy Calderon-203, Rodger Morris-208, Robert Martinez.201, Lloyd Argabright-212 Standings: Los Bandidos 22-2, first; Rio Brake and Alignment and Goodyear 18-6, tied for second. Adult/Youth League High game, team: Rebars Raiders-796 High series, team: Rebars Raiders-2343 High game, individual: John Kirtley-220 High series, individual: John Kirtley-563 Games over 200: Cindy Cook-208, John Kirtley-220 Standings: Rebars Raiders 22-10, first; Alley Cats 20-12, second; BJ's 18-14, third. Thursday Night Special High game, team: 12.864 High series, team: Deason/Sutliff Garage-2384 High game, individual: Ron Hardwick.221 High series, individual: Tony Dennis-560 Games over 200: Ron Hardwick-221, Gary Patuch-218, Chris Renner-200 Standings: T&J Lanes 3040, first; Drive In Liquors 28-12, second; Deason/Sutliff Garage 2644, third Friday Nil* Bluet High game, team: 12,104 High series, team: 13-2254 High game, individual: Richard Easly-266 High series, individual: Richard E»sly-511 Games over 200: Richard Etwly-M* Standings: *3 26-6, first; Bud Light 20-12, second; Renald.cs 1144, third.

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