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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - December 19, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Patriots lead AFC Pro Bowl picks NEW YORK (API - Seven New England Patriots, including linebacker Andre Tippett and guard John Hannah, were named to the American Football Conference Pro Bowl team, the National Football League announced today. Joining Tippett and Hannah — who made it for the eighth time as starters for the Feb. 2 game in Aloha Stadium in Honolulu are fellow Patriots Brian Holloway at tackle and inside linebacker Steve Nelson. The reserves from New England are cornerback Ray Clayborn and running back Craig James. The other Patriot is wide receiver Irving Fryar, who was chosen as a kick return specialist. Players and coaches from the AFC teams voted for the Pro Bowl squads. The losing coach in the AFC title game will handle the conference’s Pro Bowl team. The Miami Dolphins, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets, Denver Broncos, Los Angeles Raiders and Cleveland Browns all placed four players in the game. Seattle has three. San Diego and Indianapolis two, Kansas City, Cincinnati and Houston one each The only AFC team without a Pro Bowl representative is Buffalo. Joining Hannah and Holloway as offensive starters are tight end Ozzie Newsome of Cleveland; guard Mike Munchak of Houston; tackle Anthony Munoz of Cincinnati; center Dwight Stephenson of Miami; wide receivers Louis Lipps of Pittsburgh and Seattle’s Steve Largent; quarterback Dan Marino of Miami, and running backs Freeman McNeil of New York and Marcus Allen of Los Angeles. Defensive starters, in addition to Tippett and Nelson, are fellow linebackers Karl Mecklenburg of Denver and Chip Banks of Cleveland; ends Howie Long of Los Angeles and Mark Gastineau of New York; nose tackle Joe Klecko of New York; cornerbacks Mike Haynes of Los Angeles and Louis Wright of Denver, and safeties Ken Easley of Seattle and Deron Cherry of Kansas City. The punter is the Colts’ Rohn Stark and Gary Anderson of the Steelers is the placekicker. Fredd Young of Seattle was named the special teamer. Offensive reserves are wideouts Mark Clayton of Miami and Wes Chandler of San Diego; tackle Chris Hinton of Indianapolis; guard Roy Foster of Miami; center Mike Webster of Pittsburgh; tight end Todd Christensen of the Raiders; San Diego quarterback Dan Fouts, and Cleveland running back Kevin Mack, the only rookie picked for the game. The NFC team was announced Wednesday. The 1985NFL NFb Bro Bowl teams AFC (x-reserve): OFFENSE Wide Receivers: Louis Lipps, Pittsburgh; Steve Largent, Seattle; x-Wes Chandler, San Diego, x-Mark Clayton, Miami. Tight Ends: Ozzie Newsome, Cleveland; x-Todd Christensen, Los Angeles Tackles: Anthony Munoz, Cincinnati; Brian Holloway, New England; x-Chris Hinton, Indianapolis. Guards: John Hannah. New England; Mike Munchak, Houston; x-Roy Foster, Miami. Centers: Dwight Stephenson, Miami; x-Mike Webster, Pittsburgh Quarterbacks: Dan Marino, Miami; x-Dan Fouts, San Diego. Running Backs: Marcus Allen, Los Angeles; Freeman McNeil, New York; Craig James, New England; Kevin Mack, Cleveland. DEFENSE Ends:    Howie Long, Los Angeles; Mark Gastineau, New York; Rulon Jones, Denver. Tackles: Joe Klecko, New York; x-Bob Golic, Cleveland. Outside Linebackers:    Andre Tippett, New England; Chip Banks, Cleveland; x-Mike Merriweather, Pittsburgh. Inside Linebackers: Kart Mecklenburg, Denver; Steve Nelson, New England; Lance Mehl, New York Jets. Safeties: Deron Cherry, Kansas City; Kenny Easley, Seattle; x Dennis Smith, Denver. Cornerbacks: Mike Haynes Los Angeles; Louis Wright, Denver; x Ray Clayborn, New England SPECIALISTS Placekicker: Gary Anderson, Pittsburgh Punter: Rohn Stark. Indianapolis Kick returner: Irving Fryar, New England. Special Teamer: Fredd Young, Seattle Seahawks Preserve) OFFENSE Wide Receivers: Art Monk, Washington; Mike Quick, Philadelphia; x James Lofton, Green Bay; x-Tony Hill, Dallas. Tight Ends: Doug Cosbie, Dallas; x-Jimmie Giles, Tampa Bay Tackles:    Jimbo    Covert,    Chicago; Jackie Slater, Los Angeles; x-Joe Jacoby, Washington    • Guards: Kent Hill, Los Angeles; Russ Grimm, Washington; x Dennis Harrah, Los Angeles. Centers: Jay Hilgenberg, Chicago, x Doug Smith, Los Angeles. Quarterbacks: Joe Montana, San Francisco; x Phil Simms, New York Running Backs:    Walter Payton, Chicago; Roger Craig, San Francisco; x Gerald Riggs, Atlanta; x Joe Morris, New York DEFENSE Ends: Richard Dent, Chicago; Leonard Marshall, New York; x Dan Hampton, Chicago. Tackles: Randy White, Dallas; x Michael Carter, San Francisco. Outside Linebackers: Lawrence Taylor. New York; Rickey Jackson, New Orleans; x Otis Wilson, Chicago. Inside Linebackers: Mike Singletary, Chicago; Harry Carson, New York; x E J. Junior, St. Louis. Cornerbacks: Erie Wright, San Francisco; Everson Walls. Dallas; x-LeRoy Irvin, Los Angeles Safeties:    Wes Hopkins, Philadelphia; Carlton Williamson, San Francisco; x Dave Duerson, Chicago SPECIALISTS Placekicker:    Morten Anderson, New Orleans Punter: Dale Hatcher, Los Angeles Kick-returner: Ron Brown. Los Angeles. Special Teamer: Joey Browner. Minnesota Vikings Chopped 76ers cut Rockets down to their size Friends gather to bid Maris farewell FARGO, N I) (AP) - Former baseball teammates gathered to bury home run hitter Roger Maris, the ‘‘plain, basic” Midwesterner who lost a two-year battle with cancer. Funeral .services for Maris, who grew up in Fargo, were today af St Mary’s Cathedral with the Rev. John K Moore delivering the homily. Burial was planned tor later in the day at Holy Cross Cemetery. Some 500 people braved below-zero temperatures Wednesday night to attend a prayer service for Marts There, mourners remembered the former New York Yankee as more than an outstanding athlete. ‘‘I remember Roger as a great family man and a great athlete,” said former Yankee teammate Clete Boyer, his voice cracking with emotion. ‘‘I (was) proud to know him.” “He was a plain, basic North Dakotan,” said Don Gooselaw of Fargo, who knew Maris from childhood. ‘‘He was a friend of everyone.” Maris was best known for the 61 home runs he hit as a Yankee in 1961, eclipsing the mark of 60 held by the legendary Babe Ruth. But Sid Cichy reminded the congregation Wednesday night that Maris was an all-around athlete at Fargo Shantey High School, excelling at football, basketball and track. In an October 1951 football game at Devils Lake, Maris set what is believed to be a national high school record when he returned four kickoffs for touchdowns. Cichy said. "Yes, Roger had a faculty for doing things with a flair,” Cichy said. "We’re very proud that Roger chose to be buried in Fargo,” said Jim McLaughlin of the Fargo American Legion, which has named a garden after Maris at the local baseball field. Baylor wants 8 suspended players back WACO (AP) After accepting NCAA penalties against their basketball program, Baylor officials are trying to get suspensions lifted on eight play*, rs so they can participate in a weekend tournament, the Wet o Tribune-Hetald reports Those eight have been suspended indefinitely because of their involvement in various NCAA rules violations, a source told the Tribune-Herald Wednesday The exact nature of the infractions could not be confirmed. Baylor appealed Wednesday to the NCAA eligibility committee to have the suspensions lifted in time for the eight to play Friday and Saturday in the Volunteer (’lassie in Knoxville, Tenn C oach Gene Iha's team was scheduled to leave ♦or Knoxville at IU a in. today, and the Bears play North Carolina Wilmington at 5 pm Friday in the tirst game of the Classic Iba said Wednesday he could not comment about which players were or weren’t eligible, or about which players would be permitted to make the trip. "All I can tell you is we’re leaving at IO o’clock Thursday,” he said. "If it comes down to it, just me and my wife will go.” Although Baylor and NCAA officials have refused to say what the NCAA probe found, sources told the Tribune-Herald that the punishment will include probation, a reduction in basketball scholarships and indefinite suspension of players involved in violations. While the investigation and punishment phase of the case was under the auspices of the NCAA’s committee on infractions, Baylor’s appeal over the players' immediate eligibility was directed to the eligibility committee. While acknowledging "the ball now is in our court,” NCAA director of enforcement David Berst said Wednesday an official announcement providing details of Baylor's violations and punishment still could be a week or more away. "But even after the school has responded to our official tetter, accepting the findings and (he penalties,” he said, "it can take a week or two before we are ready to make an announcement to the media "We have to write the text of the announcement and then we advise the school what that text says. Only then do we give it to the wire services and other news outlets.” But Berst said he hoped to have "a better reading” by today on what time table (he NCAA might follow in making the announcement That announcement will mark the culmination of a case set in motion last February, when school president Herbert Reynolds was first told of possible irregularities in the Baylor basketball program. Jim Halter was then coach. Reynolds ordered an in-house investigation of the program and informed the Southwest Conference of his actions. Charles Barkley and Moses Malone, the shortest power forward-center combo In the National Basketball Association, chopped the Houston Rockets’ Twin Towers down to size. The 6-foot-6 Barkley and the 6-10 Malone combined for 55 points and 31 rebounds and completely outclassed 7-4 Ralph Sampson and 7-0 Akeem Olajuwon as the Philadelphia 76ers defeated the Rockets 126-108 Wednesday night. Both Sampson and Olajuwon fouled out after totaling 31 points and IO rebounds. "We knew that they were the league’s best rebounding team, so it was important for us to be aggressive on the boards,” 76ers Coach Matt Guokas said. "I was suprised by the dominant effort of our club. We attacked them before they could come after us.” Barkley was 12-for-16 from the field and scored 31 points for Philadelphia, and he ted the 76ers’ 52-32 rebounding advantage with 19. Houston, undefeated at home this season, lost for the 19th straight time in Philadelphia, a streak that dates back to 1974. The 76ers never trailed in the game. Lakers 107, Bucks 105 Los Angeles improved its league-best record to 22-3 as Hareem Abdul-J abhor scored 31 points in a narrow victory over Central Division-leading Milwaukee. The Lakers trailed 70-59 with 7:14 left in the third quarter, but they got back into the game with a 15-6 spurt that cut the deficit to two. Los Angeles finally took its first lead, 98-96. with 3:50 left on two free throws by Worthy, who scored 22 points. Terry Cummings ted the Bucks with 23 points, white Sidney Moncrief had 17 points, IO rebounds and ll assists. Celtics 137, Mavericks 117 Larry Bird scored 17 of his 35 [mints in an 8 -minute span of the fourth quarter as Boston improved its record against Dallas to 11-0 since the Mavericks entered the NBA in 1980. The Celtics led by 20 points in the third quarter, but the Mavericks cut the margin to 93-86 with 11:15 left in the game. Bird then ted a 35-20 spurt with 17 points as Boston rebuilt its advantage to 128 106 with 2:30 remaining Kevin Mcllale scored 28 points and Danny Ainge had 20 points and 13 assists as Boston set a team record with 46 assists. Rolando Blackman had 21 points and Detlef Schrempf 20 for Dallas. Clippers 103, Warriors 99 Cedric Maxwell scored six points in the last minute of play as Los SportsWorld I Scoreboard No changes planned for Kansas City KANSAS CITY, Mo (AID There will be no immediate changes in the management of the Kansas City Chiefs, says owner Lamar Hunt, but there had better be changes on the field. Shedding ins normally low key approach, Hunt admitted impatience with an organization that has failed for 14 straight years to reach the Na tional Football League playoffs Not inly was he publicly critical of his front office, he even took a swipe at Kansas Citians who have deserted the Chiefs The Chiefs. 5-10 with one game remaining against San Diego Sunday, stumbled through a team-record seven game losing streak this season amid rumors Head Coach John Mackovic would be fired But Mackovic, General Manager Jim Schaaf. and personnel director Les Milter all will remain, Hunt said Pitt coach says ha s quitting PITTSBURGH (AP) - Roy Chip man’s University of Pittsburgh basketball team is regarded as having Top Twenty potential He has recruited at least one consensus high school All-American in each of the last three years. The Panthers have been in the NCAA tournament three of his six years as coach. Thanks to his success rn recruiting players, such as sophomore star Charles Smith, Pitt may be ready to enjoy the most successful string of seasons in its history Most coaches would be fired up, but Chipman says he’s burned out. Chipman, blaming in part the pressures resulting from allegations that Pitt engaged in improper recruiting, said Wednesday he would resign at the end of the 1985-86 season He does not plan to seek another coaching job On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 8 pm    Basketball Wake Fotefct al North Carolina State. ESPN FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 p m    Basketball Richmond vs Virginia Commonwealth and Virginia vs Old Dominion at Richmond Times Dispatch tournament, ESPN 7 p m Football Denver at Seattle, KSAT 7 05 pm Basketball Los Angeles l akers at Cleveland WTBS 8p m Tennis Davis Cup, Sweden vs West Get rn any singles ESPN Local sports THURSDAY 4 p m Soccer San Marcos at New Biaunels CANYON BASKETBALL CLASSIC 4pm Canyon girls vs Somerset b 30 p rn Smithson Valley gals vs Austin Crockett 7pm New Biennials guts vs Austin Lamar 8 30 p m Southwest vs Boerne Basketball stats Here ate the leading scorers for the local basketball teams: BOYS Player, team    G    Pts    Avg Trio Schmidt. NB    7    164    23 4 Todd Banks CHS    ll    181    16 5 Al King, SV............... 12    177    14 8 David Hays, CHS......... 13    176    13 5 Curtis Johnson, CHS    13    161    12 4 Rolando tievmo, SV    12    147    12 3 Ray Hayes SV..............12    140    117 Alan Walker. NB ........... 9    93    10 3 High games New Braunfels. Schmidt 33 vs S A Kennedy. Smithson Vaitey. Trevino 24 vs St Anthony's. Canyon. Banks 26 vs Bastrop and Kau Ville Tivy GIRLS Player, team    Q Pit Avg Suzanne Byrne. NB    10 112 112 Tiffany Beane. SV........... 12    119    9 9 Karen Albright. SV...........12    118    98 Shelynn McCoy. SV .......... 12    108    9 0 Michelle Toon, CHS .......... 8    62    7 8 Heather Woods. NB  .........IO    62    6 2 Cheryl Butler. CHS ......... 8    61    7    6 Tara Cappleman. CHS    8    61    7    6 Heather Woods. NB    IO    by    6    2 Higli games New Biaunfels, Byrne 18 vs Smithson Valley. Smithson Valley Allbnyht 22 vs Southwest Canyon, Taia Cappleman 20 vs Luling Here are the team statistics for the local basketball teams GIRLS Team    W    L    APF APA Canyon .............. 3 6 46.6 60 6 New Biaunlels    6    4    45    0    44    I Smithson Valley    7    5    46    8    47    4 High games New Biaunlels, 60 vs Burnet; Smithson Valley, 74 vs Southwest, Canyon, 52 vs Luling and Elgin BOYS Team    W    I    APF APA Canyon    9    4    632 52 5 New Biaunlels    2    7    58    9    62    I Sin alison Valley    IO    2    56    8    45    8 High games New Biaunlels, 92 vs S A Kennedy, Smithson Valley, 73 vs Devine; Canyon. 73 vs Condon ,‘t* .Let Us “Tune’ Uasdh) Your Cur AUTOMOTIVE AUDIO 358 LANDA, SUITE P (SIDE DOOR OWNER GENE SAEGERT AKAI Home System Complete.........*495.00 CLARION digital AM/FM Cass., with scan & memory..........*149.95 KENWOOD AM/FM Cass. .................‘249.95 KENWOOD 6x9 Speakers ..................*89.95 MARANTZ AM/FM Cass scan, memory, ll watt, only 1% distortion. *189.95 GRUNDIG AM/FM Cass, scan J* memory... *139.95 JVC 6Vt’* Co-axial speakers..........*69.95 COBRA Radar Detectors In StOCk it it ii Car Stereos 8, Installation are out ^ ■u    specially    -    no!    |usl    a    sideline    ^ We also install CH s & Antennas! 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I he LCRA has also filed with the City Councils of the cities of Kerrville, San Marcos, San Saba and Austin applications to increase its retail rates for service within the city limits of those cities The proposed rate change will affect approximately 28,000 retail and 41 wholesale customers and affects all rate classes The LCRA's system-wide rate increase is proposed to become effective January I, I98t> For the period ending June 30, 1987, the Lower Colorado River Authority is seeking to increase its system-wide revenues by $33 0 million annually, an increase of 13.93% compared to revenues for the period ending June 30, 1985. The LCR A's base rate revenue increase is $51 A million, an increase of 58.7% compared to base rate revenues for the period ending June'30, 1985. LCR A's fuel revenue decrease is $18.9 million, a decrease of 12.7% compared to fuel revenues for the period ending June 30, 1985. Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Public Utility Commission as soon as possible. A request to intervene, participate, or for further information should be mailed to the Public Utility Commission of Texas, 7800 Shoal Creek Boulevard, Suite 400N, Austin, Texas 78757. Further information may also be obtained by calling the Public-Utility Commission Consumer Affairs Division at (512) 458-0223 or (512) 458-0227 or (512) 458-0221 teletypewriter for the deaf. LOWER COLORADO RIVER AUTHORITY P.O. Box 220 Austin, Texas 78767 (512) 473-3200 NBA By Tho Associated Proas EASTERN CONFERENCE , Atlantic Division W L Pct. GB Boston.............. 21    5    .808    — New Jersey .......... 15    12    .556    8 Vi Philadelphie .......... 14    12    538    7 Washington.......... 12    12    .500    8 New York............. 7    18    .280    13 Vi Control Division Milwaukee...........18    11    .621    — Detroit .............. 14    13    .519    3 Atlanta.............. 13    13    .500    3 Vi Cleveland............ 11    14    .440    5 Chicago............ 10    19    .345    8 Indiana............... 7    18    .280    9 WESTERN CONFERENCE Midwoat Division Houston............. 18    9    667    — Denver ............ 17    9    .654    Vi Utah    16    12    .571    2 Vi San Antonio.......... 15    12    556    3 Dallas............... 12    12    .500    4 Vi Sacramento ........... 9    17    .346    8Vi Pacific Division L A. Lakers........... 22    3    .880    - Portland............. 15    13    .536    8 Vi Seattle.............. 11    16    407    12 L A Clippers    9    17    346    13% Phoenix .............. 8    17    .320    14 Golden State ......... 10    20    .333    14 Vi Wodnesdoy's Games Boston 137, Dallas 117 New Jersey 113, Utah 98 Philadelphia 126, Houston 108 L A Lakers 107, Milwaukee 105 L A Clippers 103, Golden State 99 Today's Games Cleveland at New York Dallas at Atlanta Washington at Chicago Portland at Denver Sacramento at Phoenix Detroit at Seattle Friday s Games Houston at New Jersey Utah at Philadelphia Milwaukee at Indiana L A Lakers at Cleveland San Antonio at L A Clippers Angeles defused a furious fourth-quarter rally by Golden State. The Warriors trailed 89-69 with 9:47 left, but they outscored the Clippers 28-8 over the next 8:09 to tie the score 97-97. 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