May 7, 1985 |
William J. Schroeder was alert and responding to verbal commands today as doctors tried to pinpoint the extent of damage from a brain hemorrhage that ended the longest-living artificial heart recipient's 30-day liberty outside the hospital, officials said. Schroeder, on his 164th day with the plastic heart, was in critical but stable condition at Humana Hospital Audubon, where computer-enhanced X-rays Monday showed bleeding in the left side of his brain, a hospital spokesman said.
November 17, 1989 |
Raider quarterback Steve Beuerlein says he expects to dress Sunday in Houston but doesn't know if he will play. Though the Raiders are holding off on any announcements, Jay Schroeder is now all but certain to start. Beuerlein didn't suit up at San Diego after the Raiders held out hope he could play. However, he was able to split practice time with Schroeder this week and says his injured right knee is better.
January 4, 1985 |
Artificial heart recipient William J. Schroeder's condition on Thursday was upgraded to satisfactory for the first time since he suffered three strokes on Dec. 13, a hospital spokeswoman said. Schroeder demonstrated his improvement--which prompted doctors to change his listing from serious but stable--by taking his first unassisted walk since the strokes through Humana Hospital Audubon hallways, spokeswoman Linda Broaddus said.
November 27, 1990 |
Bad news for Jay Schroeder haters, some of whom cheered the Raider quarterback when he was injured in the fourth quarter of Sunday's setback to the Kansas City Chiefs at the Coliseum: He's OK. Tests on Schroeder's left knee revealed nothing more than a ligament sprain and, knee willing, he will resume control of the team next week at Denver.
September 4, 1988 |
The Raiders have agreed to send newly acquired tackle Jim Lachey and a draft choice to the Washington Redskins for quarterback Jay Schroeder, The Times learned Saturday night. Schroeder was the Redskins' starter until losing his job last season to Doug Williams. Unhappy at his demotion, he asked to be traded. The Raiders will start Steve Beuerlein at quarterback today against San Diego. Beuerlein, a second-year player, spent his first season on the injured reserve list.
June 6, 1987 |
Rep. Patricia Schroeder of Colorado, the dean of women in Congress and co-chairwoman of Gary Hart's abortive White House campaign, Friday said she is pondering a bid for the 1988 Democratic presidential nomination. Schroeder, 46, said there are "just an awful lot of things that I could contribute that aren't being said" by those already in the crowded field. If she runs, she would be the first woman in the 1988 race.
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October 5, 1987
The picture of Rep. Pat Schroeder (D-Colo.) tearfully clinging to her husband (Part I, Sept. 29) did little more than disgust me. All I can say is thank goodness she didn't run and get elected. I could see her now crying her eyes out because the national budget won't balance or sobbing because the Soviets won't cooperate with us at the arms talks. And we thought Jimmy Carter was a wimp! Give me a presidential candidate, regardless of gender, who can deal with pitfalls without falling apart.
February 10, 1985
Kelly Schroeder grabbed an offensive rebound with 22 seconds left and scored the field goalto give the University of San Diego women's basketball team a 49-47 victory over Cal Poly San Luis Obispo in a nonconference game Saturday at San Luis Obispo. The Toreros (11-11) led, 29-19, at halftime, San Luis Obispo (7-13) rallied to tie, 47-47. Mary Stanbra led the Toreros with 16 points, and Debbie Theroux added 11 points and 17 rebounds.
September 9, 1991 |
You first look at Jay Schroeder with a football in his hand and you want to ask him, "What's the matter, surf not up anymore?" You wonder what he did with the board and why he isn't out on the Banzai pipeline instead of the Denver goal line. He has the platinum hair, the wide shoulders, the powerful arms. He's almost the poster California beach boy. Then you see him throw a football and you wonder why he isn't in the Super Bowl.