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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas NBAs Lanier gives warning on drugs Briefly NEW YORK AP The National Basketball Associations crackdown on involvement with cocaine and heroin it a warning to preaent and future college players that there will be no place for them in the NBA if they me Illegal says Bob Lanier of the Milwaukee Bucks and president of the players Lanier and Commissioner Larry OBrien signed an agreement at a news conference Wednesday In which It was announced that violators face eipulsion from the NBA the strongest stand taken yet by a sports We felt the stigma of drug use has hurt the sport and we want to eliminate said Larry general counsel of the National Basketball Players OBrien The message we are sending out today is clear Drugs and the NBA do not If you want to get Involved with you wont be in volved with the The agreement between the league and the players union stipulates that any player who either Is convicted or pleads guilty a crime involving the use or distribution of heroin or or is found under a newlyInstituted procedures to have illegally used these drugs he shall immediately be permanently any banned player may appeal for reinstatement after two The approval of both the commiaioner and the players union is needed for The agreement will be into effect after the amnesty which ends 31 this The first time a player voluntarily seeks treat ment for a drug he will receive no penalty of any He will be paid and and the club will pay for his A who previously requested and received treatment for a drug problem and volunteers a second time for will be suspended without pay but receive no other Jets plan move to Jersey NEW YORK AP Tight end Tom Coombs prefers the natural grass of Shea Stadium to the artifical turf of Giants Linebacker Bob Crable thinks that playing at the Meadowlands will be Just like playing a road And running back Scott Dierking simply doesnt like New Those were some of the players reactions to an announcement Wednesday by New York Mayor Ed Koch that the New York Jets are moving their National Football League franchise to New Jersey after this who lives on Long said the decision was not up to the but he personally prefers to play on natural The Meadowlands in East has artifical while the Jets current home at Shea Stadium has a grass There are fewer injuries on grass and Im used to playing on said Shea Stadium is convenient for the players and for the said its a good move for But we have nothing to say to the Its managements What does management have to say to the fans Crable said the only change for us will be that well have to get to the stadium a day before the game and stay in a just as if the team was playing a road Dierking was more blunt about the I dont want to said the reserve running I like Shea NBTA sponsors monthly tournsjy The New Braunfels Tennis Association will have its monthly tournament Saturday beginning at 8 at the New Braunfels High School Play will include mens and womens A and B The entry fee is and a can of new tennis To call 62M112 or City to hold dance classes The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor dance exercise classes on Wednesdays and Fridays beginning The entry fee will be fl per person per and the classes will be from to at the Lands Recreation Participants need to bring a mat or towel to Robin Bell will be the For more in call the rec center at Rec Center plans prenatal class Classes in prenatal exercise will be held at the Landa Recreation Center beginning Sessions will be on Monday and Wednesday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday Registration is underway at the rec and the fee is per For more call instructor Janice Hitzfelder at Fredericksburg to hold walk The Volkssportverein Friedrichsburg is spon soring a walk Saturday and Sunday beginning at the Cherry Spring School The fee will be and that will cover a souvenir a drink along the walk route and an In ternational Volkssportverband To send the entry fee to Box Fredericksburg Braunfate HereW September 1983 Haas to defend title as Texas Open begins 7A Standings On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION Baseball Detroit Tigers Baltimore Baseball Atlanta Braves Houston WTBS 9 Baseball Los Angeles Dodgers San Diego FRIDAY TELEVISION 8 30 Hockey Olympic team Washington Baseball Chicago Cubs Louis 9 Baseball Atlanta Braves Sen Diego 10 KMOL Midnight FRIDAY RADIO Football New Braunfels Unicorns Canyon Todays sports Volleyball Canyon at 567 KerrviHe Trvy at New 567 Cole at Smithson 56 Football Canyon freshmen at New Braunfels S Canyon JV at New Braunfels Landa Recreation Center open from 1 to 8 Baseball American at Minnesota Major League Baseball At A Glance By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION Baltimore Detroit New York Toronto Milwaukee Boston Cleveland WEST DIVISION xChicago Kansas City Texas Oakland Minnesota California Seattle x clinched division title Wednesdays Games Chicago Oakland 3 Detroit Baltimore 5 Boston New York 2 Milwaukee Cleveland 4 Minnesota Texas 0 Toronto California 3 Kansas City Seattle 8 Thursdays Games Texas Stewart 51 at Minnesota ISchrom 148 Detroit Wilcox 1010 at Baltimore Flanagan 12 nl Boston Tudor 13111 at New York Guidry In Cleveland Behenna 02 at Milwaukee Candiotti In Chicago Burns 1010 at Oakland Warren nl Kansas City Black 106 at Seattle Moore Atlanta Houston 1 5 New York Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati San Francisco 4 Montreal Louis 0 Los Angeles San Diego 14 rain Thursdays Games San Francisco IBreining 11 12 at Cincinnati Berenyi9 14 New York Holman 161 at Pittsburgh Rhoden In Los Angeles Welch 1512 and Pena 128 at San Diego Whitson 57 and Hawkins It nl Atlanta McMurtry 159 at Houston Ryan In Only games scheduled Fridays Games Pittsburgh at In Montreal at New In Chicago at Inl Cincinnati at Inl Atlanta at San In San Francisco at Los In Released J Hipp Nons tigh Transactions TEXAS MINNESOTA ab r h bi ab r h Only games Sample If 5010 Teulel 2b Hosttlr dh 4000 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Howard Oliver Mack and Mike UTAH JAZZ Signed Bob to a multiyear Cut Mart Odell Fred Sam 2am Terry Gerald Mike Ron Ralph McPherson and Jay forwards WASHINGTON BULLETS Signed Michael forward FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE COLTS Signed Henry defensive end and placed Larry on the injured reserve BUFFALO BILLSSigned Mike defensive Mark linebacker and Bill nose NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTSPlaced Steve Nelson and Brian linebackers and Luther nose on the injured reserve list Signed Ed Reynolds and John linebackers and Dave defensive PHILADELPHIA EAGLESSigned Tom Dennis DeVaught and defensive Released Dan quarterback and Man Placed John on injured reserve ST LOUIS CARDINALS linebacker United Slates Football League JACKSONVILLE BULLS Signed I M Anthony Chris Hobbs dnj Carni running Danny place kicker offensive guard and Bob Stephenso end HOCKEY National Hockey League NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Named John Halligan director of effective HARTFORD WHALERS Assigned Paul Picker Gray Weicker and Rollie goalrenders Je4 Ali Sean Dane John Tom Gerry Me Donald and Stuart defensemen Doug Dan Mike HoMman and Mite left wings Richard Kevin Michel Galarneau and Roberto Lavote Paul Paul Don Gillen and Randy right to Binghamton of the American Hockey League Assigned Bill Maguire to Flint of the International League Released Rich goattender Returned Tom right wmq to The Philadelphia Flyers Friends dont let friends drive drunk SAN ANTONIO AP Jay quietly establishing himself ai one of the PGA Tours more proficient and consistent had some personal history going for him heading into the Texas Open golf tournament as defending Most of my success has come late in the Haas said as he prepared for todays opening Theres been no real indication its going to happen but theres still a little ways to go and maybe I can turn it around a former NCAA has won two tournaments in each of his last two And all four of them came late in the Perhaps the most spectacular of his victories came in this event a year when he led or shared the lead all the opening with a 7underpar 63 and eventually scoring a 3shot victory over Curtis his former teammate at Wake He won it with an 18underpar total on the Oak Hills Country Club That was one of my best Haas Ive been looking forward to coming back here all It always gives you a good feeling to come in as the defending Of you start out even this but when youre you know youve played well on thii golf course and that helps your confidence gives you confidence that you can play well Although not a winner this Haas has had a pair of runnerup was third in another tour missed the cut only once all season and has in From the standpoint of it hasnt been a bad year at all But it sure would be nice to win one before its all said whose steady play has provided him with a spot on the 12man American team that will play Europes best in the biennial Ryder Cup Matches in Florida next who learned the game from his former Masters champion Bob is among the 1M in the chase for a first Among the major contenders are Fuzzy who needs a sixth place finish or better to overtake the absent Hal Sutton on the years moneywinning list Rex who scored his first career victory last Sunday in Abilene and Lee who said hes playing better than I ha vein two Also on hand are 1983 titlewinners Ben Tom Bill Keith Mark Fred Jim Danny Gary Larry Gary Koch and DV Kay Barber Of aN thr namn in the world erf Chiinti n certainty one of hV most Many pro ducers apply the Chianti namr lo almost any red wine at loos at it comes in a strawcolored The real thins comes from a smaR district in the reason of Tuscany in central It may come in a flask or In either dusir Chianti have a seal depicting a Mack cocfceral on a gold back ground on the neck of the Anything else despite what the label may H not The finest selection of wines awaits you at KM Whether you know exactly what vintage you want or would Hke our suggestions make 117 IH 35W Courtyard Shopping 6253568 your first Our 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