The Battalion. (College Station, Tex.) 1893-current, October 06, 1986, Image 9

Below is the OCR text representation for this newspapers page. It is also available as plain text as well as XML.

SLASSES BAUSCH & LOMB ($) 15% off Ray-Bans Brazos Proffesional Opticians . SUITE 21 1737BRIARCRESTDR. (409) 775-9111 SCHULMAN THEATRES 2.50 ADMISSION 1. Any Show Before 3 PM 2. Tuesday - All Seats 3. Mon-Wed - Local Students With Current ID’s. 4. Thurs. - KORA "Over 30 Nile” Monday, October 6, 1986^The Battalion/Page 9 Broncos buck Pokes I ‘DENOTES DOLBY STEREO PLAZA 3 226 Southwest Pkwy 693-2457 CROCIDILE DUNDEE rgis TOP GUN p« EXTREMITIES r MANOR EAST 3 Manor East Mall 823-8300 RUTHLESS PEOPLE r STAND BY ME r TOUGH GUYS ra SCHULMAN 6 THE BATT DOES IT DAILY 2002 E. 29th 775-2463 ‘LINK r FLIGHT OF THE NAVIGATOR r* KKYS 105 Presents $ DOLLAR DAYS $ This Week’s Features Are: KARATE KID II r« NOTHING IN COMMON mmi 7:20 9:45 FERRIS BUELLERS DAY OFF k OUT OF BOUNDS r ★ TOMORROW ★ AND EVERY TUESDAY AT PL ITT THEATRES ANY FILM ALL LOCATIONS POST OAK THRU tJO0Mer***A4 Po«*C«i Mea •70JI A RCC/H WITH A VIEW 7:25 9:30 ALWAYS r 7:00 9:00 PLAYING FOR KEEPS M3 7:30 9:40 CINEMA THRU ALIENS r 7:05 9:40 ARMED RESPONSE r 7:00 9:00 RAN R (DL™~.™Soi EXCLUSIVE ENGAGEMENT 7:30 00 pr** - std DAILY WEAR SOFT LENSES * STD. CONTACT LENSES ONLY QUALITY NAME BRANDS (Bausch & Lomb, Clba, Barnes-Hinds-Hydrocurve) $79 $9000 pr.* - extended wear soft lenses $99°° pr.*- TINTED SOFT LENSES CALL 696-3754 FOR APPOINTMENT * EYE EXAM AND CARE KIT NOT INCLUDED CHARLES C. SCHROEPPEL, O.D.,P.C. DOCTOR OF OPTOMETRY 707 SOUTH TEXAS AVE-SUITE 101D COLLEGE STATION, TEXAS 77840 1 block South of Texas & University Dr. WS4 Original STATE FAIR Mr. Corny Millions sold since 1942! Mr. Corny Meal Deal One Original State Fair Corny Dog, Small Fries, and Medium Drink - only 39 Not valid with any other offer. One coupon per customer per visit. Expires 10-31-86 CHIMNEY HILL PLAZA 701 UNIVERSITY DR Battalion Classified 845-2611 DENVER (AP) — John Elway threw three touchdown passes, Ger ald Willhite scored three times and Karl Mecklenburg and Rulon Jones led a dominating defense as un beaten Denver erupted for 22 sec ond-quarter points and shut down undermanned Dallas 29-14 Sunday. Two of Willhite’s touchdowns came on nine- and 15-yard passes from Elway and the third was a one- yard leap set up by a 50-yard com pletion from Elway to rookie Mark Jackson. Elway, who was 12 of 24 for 200 yards, also had a 12-yard scoring pass to Gene Lang for the final score in the fourth period as Denver ran its record to 5-0 and remained one of the NFL’s three unbeaten teams. But it was the Denver defense, which held Herschel Walker to 33 yards in 15 carries, that was largely responsible for the victory over the Cowboys, who had tied an NFL re cord with 30 or more points in their first four games. Dallas, which fell to 3-2, was playing without quarterback Danny White and running back Tony Dorsett and lost star defensive tackle Randy White in the first quar ter with a pulled hamstring. The game, played before a Mile High Stadium record crowd of 76,082, was decided in a span of 3:23 in the second period in which Denver turned a listless, scoreless tie into a 16-0 lead. Lions pummel Oilers PONTIAC, Mich. (AP) — James Jones ran, for 76 yards and two touchdowns Sunday as the Detroit Lions beat Houston 24-13 despite an NFL career-high 398 yards passing by Oilers’ quarterback Warren Moon. Moon connected on 21 of 38 pass attempts, including five for 155 yards to wide receiver Ernest Givins and an 81-yard TD bomb to Drew Hill. But he was intercepted three times. The Lions, 2-3, snapped a three- game losing streak while the Oilers, 1-4, lost their fourth straight. Jones, who carried the ball 22 times, scored on a pair of 1-yard dives and Eric Hippie teamed with Herman Hunter for an 18-yard scoring pass play — all in the second quarter. The Oilers sandwiched field goals of 25 and 19 yards by Tony Zendejas around Moon’s bomb to Hill as the Lions led 21-13 at halftime. A 48-yard field goal by Detroit’s Eddie Murray in the fourth quarter was the only scoring in the second half. Hippie, who was held to minus-5 yards passing in the first quarter by Houston’s AFC-leading defense, fin ished with 7 of 14 for 93 yards for the Lions. The game drew 41,960 in the Sil- verdome. There were 7,275 no- shows. National Football League AMERICAN CONFERENCE NATIONAL CONFERENCE W L T Pet. Pf PA W L T Pet PF PA N.Y.Jets 4 1 0 ,800 125 109 Washington 5 0 0 1.000 114 67 New England 3 2 0 .600 138 81 NY. Giants 4 1 0 .800 95 70 Buffalo 1 4 0 .200 104 108 Dallas 3 2 0 .600 142 108 Miami 1 4 0 .200 126 176 Philadelphia 2 3 0 .400 81 107 Indianapolis 0 5 0 .000 41 148 St. Louis 0 5 0 .000 46 110 Central Central Cincinnati 3 2 0 .600 121 142 Chicago 5 0 0 1.000 146 60 Cleveland 3 2 0 .600 118 136 Minnesota 3 2 0 .600 106 60 Houston 1 4 0 .200 93 99 Detroit 2 3 0 .400 85 102 Pittsburgh 1 4 0 .200 63 125 Tampa Bay 1 4 0 .200 81 123 West Green Bay 0 5 0 .000 60 156 Denver 5 0 0 1.000 148 87 West Seattle 3 1 0 .750 105 67 Atlanta 4 1 0 .800 124 94 Kansas City 3 2 0 .600 105 91 LA Rams 4 1 0 .800 102 84 LA Raiders 2 3 0 .400 92 92 San Francisco 4 1 0 .800 136 70 San Diego 1 3 0 .250 97 95 New Orleans 1 4 0 .200 74 101 Sunday's Games Cincinnati 34, Green Bay 28 Cleveland 27, Pittsburgh 24 Los Angeles Raiders 24, Kansas City 17 New England 34, Miami 7 Chicago 23, Minnesota 0 New York Giants 13, St. Louis 6 Philadelphia 16, Atlanta 0 Washington 14, New Orleans 6 Los Angeles Rams 26, Tampa Bay 20 (07) New York Jets 14, Buffalo 13 San Francisco 35, Indianapolis 14 Astros clobber Braves, 4-1 HOUSTON (AP) — Five Houston pitchers combined on a four-hitter and Jose Cruz hit a two-run double Sunday, leading the Astros to a 4-1 victory over the Atlanta Braves. The triumph was the Astros’ fifth straight and improved their record to 96-56, best in their history. Bob Knepper, 17-12, pitched five perfect innings and combined with Danny Darwin, Jeff Calhoun, Char lie Kerfeld and Dave Smith for the victory. Knepper won for only the second time since August 15 and equalled the Houston record for most wins by a left-hander set in 1973 by Dave Roberts. Atlanta’s first hit came off Darwin with one out in the sixth when Glenn Hubbard singled to center. Knepper was lifted then to prepare for the playoffs, which begin in Houston on Wednesday. Smith allowed three hits, includ ing Andres Thomas’ RBI single, in the ninth inning. The Astros opened a 3-0 lead in the second inning as Braves loser Rick Mahler, 14-18, surrendered three straight hits. Glenn Davis led off with a single to left and Kevin Bass followed with a single to right. Cruz’ double to the right gave Houston a 2-0 lead. Cruz went to third on a fly out and came on Craig Reynolds’ single to right. In the third inning, Bass, who went 3-for-3, drove in Davis with a two-out single to right. Rangers down Angels, 7-4 ARLINGTON (AP) — Pete Inca- viglia hit a two-run homer and Odd- ibe McDowell had a two-run double Sunday as the Texas Rangers de feated the California Angels 7-4. Charlie Hough, 17-10, pitched a five-hitter and won his fifth straight decision. California rookie Wally oyner hit a two-run single, giving im 100 RBI this season. The Angels won only two of their final nine games after clinching the American League West title. Don Sutton, 15-11, took the season-end ing loss. He gave up nine hits and six earned runs in 5Vs innings. h Incaviglia hit his 30th homer of the season in the first inning after a double by Scott Fletcher. Joyner’s single tied it in the fourth. The-Rangers went ahead 3-2 in the fifth on an RBI single by Pete O’Brien. Texas added three runs in the sixth on Don Slaught’s RBI single and a two-run double by McDowell. Doug DeCinces hit a two-run homer, his 26th, in the Angels seventh. Slaught had another RBI single in the seventh. Major Leaaue Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division East Division W L Pet. GB W L Pet. GB x-Boston 95 66 590 — x-New York 108 54 .667 New York 90 72 .556 5V2 Philadelphia 86 75 .534 21V 2 Detroit 87 75 .537 avi St. Louis 79 82 .491 2816 Toronto 86 76 .531 W2 Montreal 78 83 484 2916 Cleveland 84 78 .519 iiy 2 Chicago 70 90 .438 37 Milwaukee 77 84 .478 18 Pittsburgh 64 98 .395 44 Baltimore 73 89 .451 22V2 West Division West Division x-Callfornia 92 70 .568 — x-Houston 96 66 .593 Texas 87 75 .537 5 Cincinnati 86 76 .531 10 Kansas City 76 86 .469 16 San Francisco 83 79 .512 13 Oakland 76 86 .469 16 San Diego 74 88 457 22 Chicago 72 90 444 20 Los Angeles 73 89 .451 23 Minnesota 71 91 .438 21 Atlanta 72 89 447 2316 Seattle 67 95 414 25 x-clinched division title x-clinched division title Sunday's Games Texas 7, California 4 New York 7, Boston 0 Cleveland 4, Seattle 2 Milwaukee 2, Toronto 1,1st game Milwaukee 4, Toronto 3,2nd game Detroit 6, Baltimore 3 Minnesota 3, Chicago 0 Oakland 6, Kansas City 0 Sunday's Games Houston 4, Atlanta 1 Chicago 8, St. Louis 1,1st game St. Louis at Chicago, 2nd game, ppd. darkness New York 9, Pittsburgh 0 Philadelphia Z Montreal 1,10 innings San Diego 2, Cincinnati 1 San Francisco 11, Los Angeles 2 cut here 1 Defensive Driving Course Oct. 7, 8 and Oct. 20, 21 College Station Hilton Pre-register by phone: 693-8178 Ticket deferral and 10% insurance discount i cut here 0*0 FINEST IN MEXICAN FOOD 20% DISCOUNT* ON ANY MEXICAN PLATE With Student I.D. (*No Discount on Dally Lunch Special) Daily Lunch Specials Mon.-Fri only v Hours: Monday-Frlday 11A.M.-2P.M. 5P.M.-10P.M. Saturday-Sunday 10A.M.-10P.M. 500 North Sims Bryan, Texas Phone: 775-6826 Call Battalion Classified 845-2611