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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - January 5, 1984, New Braunfels, Texas New Braunfels Hera\d-Zeitung Thursday, January 5,1984    7New match play format draws praise, grumbles TUCSON, Arb. (AP) — Three days of competition ranain and golfs leading players are two days from their first match but PGA Tour Commissioner Deane Beman didn't hesitate to label the $1 million Seiko-Tucson Match Play Championship “already a great success." "I think it will be very well received," Beman said Wednesday during second round play in the new event that offers more thanprizes in two brackets. "But," Beman added, "that doesn’t mean that some players don't feel things should be a little different here and there." That, of course, was in response to player criticism of the format which provided eight golfers with byes into the second round and gave passes to eight others—the leaders of the 1963 Seiko Grand Prix list — into the fifth round Saturday morning. Those leaders — Fuzzy Zoeller, Lanny Wadkins, Gil Morgan,, Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Cal Peete and Tom Watson — are assured of $15,000. Bob Gilder charged that amounts to "appearance money." "He’s wrong," Beman said. “They won that off their performance last year. "The format answers some of the age-old problems and liabilities of match play." And, the commissioner said, match play, making its first appearance on the American Tour in more than a decade, will remain on the schedule but added that he dpate “a large number of match play events." At least one player, senior Don January, will welcome that announcement. “That’s too much like work," said January, the leading money-winner on last year’s senior circuit, after his 3 and 2 decision over Jim Ferree. Two of the* leading performers on the regular tour, Ray Floyd and Craig Stadler, were upset victims Wednesday. Each had received a bye in the first round. Floyd, however, watched tour sophomore Dan drop 18 and 12 foot birdie putts on the 15th and 16th holes for a 2 and I victory. Stadler blew a 3 up lead with four holes to play and lost to J.C. Snead’s 19th hole birdie. In some other top second-round matches, Mark Mc-Cumber eliminated Bill Rogers 5 and 4, Dave Stockton took Wally Armstrong I up, Lee Elder beat John Mahaffey with a 19th hole birdie, Morris Hatalsky surprised Wayne Levi 2 and I, Jim Colbert got by Mike Nicolette I up, Payne Gilder I up and Curtis Strange won I up over Danny Edwards. In seniors play, five-time British Open champ Peter Thomson of Australia eliminated Miller Barber 2 and I, Gay Brewer closed out Roberto de Vicenzo 3 and 2, Gene Littler beat Howie Johnson 5 and 4, Charles Sifford stopped Bill Johnston I up, Orville Moody won from Rod Funseth 4 and 3, Dan Sikes went to the 21st hole for a I up decision over Dan Sikes and Billy Cad a I up decision over Dong Sanders. Today’s play was given over to the pro-am. The tournament, in both senior and regular tour brackets, resumes Friday and runs through Sunday.ScoreboardOn the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6:30 p.m. — Pro basketball: Chicago at New Jersey, USA. 7 pm — College basketball: Virginia at Georgia Tech, WTBS 8 p.m. - Boning, ESPN. 9 p.m. - Pro basketball: San Antonio at Phoenix, USA. FRIDAY TELEVISION 6:30 p.m. — Pro basketball: Chicago at Atlanta. WGN. 7 pm. — Pro basketball: Chicago at Atlanta. WTBS. 8 p.m. - Boxing, USA. 11:30 p.m. - Wrestling. KMOL.Local sports THURSDAY 6pm. — Girls' basketball: Cole JV, varsity at Smithson Valley 6 p.m. — Gels' basketball Kerrville Tivy JV, varsity at New Braunfels FRIDAY 5 p.m. — Boys' basketball Dripping Springs freshmen, JV, varsity at Smithson Valley 6 p.m. - Boys' basketball Lockhart JV, varsity at New Braunfels 6 p m - Boys' basketball Canyon JV. varsity at FredericksburgPro basketball National Basketball Association By The Associated Press EASTERN CONFERENCE Atlantic Division W L Pct GB Boston 26 8 765 — rTltMKWpn la 22 8 733 2 Now York IS 14 563 7 Washington 16 IS 616 SH Non Jot asy Control Division 15 18 466 10% 19 12 613 — Detroit 17 15 531 2H Adonis 16 17 485 4 Chicago 13 16 44E I 5 Indiana 9 21 300 9% C lav stand WESTERN CONFERENCE Mi dynast Division 9 24 273 ll Utah 21 12 636 - Data IS 14 563 2% Danvar 14 19 424 7 Kansas City 13 18 .419 7 San Antonio 13 20 394 8 Houaion Pacific Division 12 21 364 9 Loa Angolas 20 ll 646 - Portland 22 13 629 — Goidan Stats 16 18 471 6% rnOtni* 16 18 465 6 Scants 14 17 462 6 SanDiogo 12 21 364 9 Wednesday s Games Boston 113, Washington 104 Los Angeles 106. Cleveland 99 Indiana 102, Chicago 89 Detroit 128, Phoenix 114 New Jersey 91. Atlanta 88 Dallas 106. Seattle 102 Utah 116, Houston 111 Sen Diego 122. Kansas City 121 Thursday's Game Philadelphia al Milwaukee Friday s Games Cleveland et Boston New Jersey st Philadelphia Chicago at Washington New York at Detroit Phoenix at Indiity at Utah San Antonio at Los Angeles Dallas at San Diego Denver at Portland Houston at SeattleGunslingers draft Here is a list of the players selected by the San Antonio Gunslingers in the first phase of the United States Football League draft Wednesday Don Rogers, defensive back, UCLA, Rick Neuheisel, quarterback. UCLA. Frank Captious, running back, UCLA. Mitch Willis, defsnsive tackle, SMU; Andre Hardy, running back, St Mary's, Calif.; Ricky Turner, quarterback, Washington State; Brian O'Meara, offensive tackle, SMU; Raymond Morris, linebacker. Texas El Paso; Gary Hoffman, offensive tackle, Santa Clara; Eddie Phillips, running back, Iowa; Craig White, defensive back. Minnesota; Everett Todd, defensive end, Rice. This is a partial mist of players selected in the territorial phase Gerald McNeil, wide receiver. Baylor; Mike Luck, running back, Texas. Craig Curry, defensive back, Texas, Mossy Cade, defensive back. Texas. Jitter Fields, defensive back, Texas. Doug Dawson, offensive guard. Texas. Jeff Leiding, linebacker. Texas. John Haines, defensive tackle. Texas. Enc Holle, defensive end. Texas. Mark Lang, linebacker, Texas. Kirk McJtmkin, offensive guard. Texas. Ed Williams, defensive end. Texas. Alfred Anderson, running back. Baylor; Ricky Askew, tight end, Rice. Billy Cannon, linebacker. Texas AbM' Bruce Davis, wide meeker. Baylor Preston Davis, defensive back, Baylor. Robert Durham,    linebacker,    Houston. Cyril Friday, linebacker. Southwest Texas. Mark Johnson, offensive guard. Baylor. Donald Jordan, running back. Houston; Duane Lock, offensive tackle, Houston. Dwayrte Love, running back. Houston. Mark Miller, linebacker. Texas Abl. Eddie O'Brien, running back. Angelo State. Jell Paine, linebacker, Texas AbM, Joel Rids, defensive tackle. Rice. Tim Staskus,    linebacker.    Southwest Texas. Karl Watson,    linebacker,    Texas Southern; Scott Weddell, kicker. Texas El PasoCollege scores Wednesday s College Basketball Scores By The Associated Press EAST Boston Coll 81. Pittsburgh 77 Celitisms 82, Cornell 62 Drexel 61. Lafayette SS Fairfield 96. Niagara 80 Fordham 65. Hofstra 59 Georgetown 81. Connecticut 69 Siena 98. Dominican 45 Temple 89, St Joseph's 83 Towson St 65 Rider 60 Utica 68. Vermont 60 SOUTH Clemson 97. St Francis, N Y 63 Duke 98, Loyola Md 68 Florida 56. Mississippi St 56 George Mason 77, NC Charlotte 64 Georgia Tech 78. Appalachian St 61 Maryland 59. N Carolina St 55 Morehead St 68, Tennessee St 67 Murray St 83, New Orleans 69 N C Wilmington 61. William b Mary 55 S Alabama 97. VCU 73 Stetson 69. Army 61 Tenn Chattanooga 55. VMI 38 Vanderbilt 76. pi 56 Virginia 74, Virginia Tech 64 Wake Forest 82, Richmond 57 MIDWEST Kansas St 64. Texas 54 La Salle 68. Notre Dame 66 Memphis St 86. Cincinnati 62 Magic tricks Lakers dazzle Cavs as star guard returns to lineup By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS A bit of “Magic" has returned to the Los Angeles Lakers. Earvin “Magic" Johnson, who had been sidelined since Dec. 2 with a dislocated right index finger, unexpectedly came off the bench Wednesday night to play a big role in the Lakers’ 106-99 National Basketball Association victory over the Geveland Cavaliers. The do-everything guard, sorely missed by the Lakers in their heated Pacific Division battle with the Portland Trail Blazers, scored ll of his team-high 23 points in the fourth quarter to help Los Angeles end a two-game losing string. In other NBA action, Boston beat Washington 113-104, New Jersey stopped Atlanta 91-88, Indiana dumped Chicago 102-89, Detroit whacked Phoenix 128-114, Dallas tipped Seattle 105-102, San Diego nipped Kansas City 122-121, and Utah downed Houston 116-111. Johnson was activated late last week by the Lakers, but was not expected to play until later in the week. He came off the bench to score IO first-half points before really heating up in the final period. “I’m tired of watching," said the happy Johnson. “I came here (to the Coliseum) to work out earlier in the day and I felt ready. So I had our trainer call back to the doctor (in Los Angeles) and get his okay." Laker coach Pat Riley was as relieved by Johnson’s return as he was happy. “Magic makes a world of difference out there,” Riley enthused. “He’s going to create a lot of things out there for us. And, tonight, that's what he did. That’s what we’ve been missing. “When the other teams are making their run, he takes charge and really makes things happen." Geveland, which lost for the ninth time in IO games, never seriously threatened after trailing 67-51 at the half. Los Angeles built a 106-88 lead with 2:15 remaining and the Cavs scored the last ll points to make it appear closer than it really was. Lonnie Shelton had a game-high 24 points for the Cavaliers, while Jamaal Wilkes and Mike McGee each chipped in with 18 for the Lakers.Celtics 113 Bullets 104 In Boston, Larry Bird led the Celtics to a 23-point lead then held off a Washington comeback. Bird, held to two points in the first period and three in the final quarter, topped Boston with 23 points. The Celtics avenged a 100-93 1ms at home to Washington Dec. 16 while posting their third straight victory, seventh in the last eight games and 17th in the last 20.Nets 91 Hawks 88 Reserve guard Darwin Cook scored IO points in the fourth quarter as the Nets overcame the Hawks in Atlanta. Cook, who had 17 points, hit three straight field goals to give New Jersey a 79-78 lead with 5:32 remaining. Another Cook jumper put the Nets on top for good at 84-82 with 3:04 left.Pacers 102 Bulls 89 Clark Kellogg, leading a third-quarter Indiana rally, and Herb Williams, taking charge in the final period, combined for 44 points for the host Pacers. Kellogg, who contributed 12 rebounds and four steals, had eight of his 20 points in the third quarter as Indiana overcame a four-point halftime deficit. Then Williams scored 14 of his 24 points in the fourth quarter as the Pacers, winners of four of their last five, pulled away.Pistons 128 Suns 114 At Pontiac, Mich., Kelly Tripucka and John Long each scored 28 points and Tripucka made two key steals in the final two minutes to spark the Pistons. Phoenix was led by Walter Davis with 23 points.Mavericks 105 Sonics 102 Dallas got 29 points from Mark Aguirre and held off a late Seattle rally to defeat the Supersonics and raise its home record to a glossy 14-2. The Mavs trailed 87-86 with 8:57 to play. But they went ahead to stay by hitting four straight Kaakatf over the next 3:21, while Seattle was missing all five of its shots.Jazz 116 Rockets 111 Adrian Dantley scored 46 points and again tied the NBA’s record for free throws in a game as Utah prevailed in a game played in Las Vegas, Nev. Dantley hit 28 of 29 free-throw attempts, including nine-of-nine in the final 5:10. Philadelphia’s Wilt Chamberlain set the NBA’s single-game foul shot record in 1982 when he hit 8 of 32 in the game in which he scored a league-record 180 points. Montana has Redskins worried WASHINGTON (AP) - The Washington Redskins are worried, worried about San Francisco 49er quarterback Joe Montana and the miracles he performs on the football field. The Montana-led 49ers invade Robert F. Kennedy Stadium on Sunday for the National Conference championship game. If the Redskins win, they will become the first National Football league team to advance to back-to-back Super Bowls s Pittsburgh Steelers turned the trick in 1979 and im Montana, who can throw from in the pocket or on the run, completed 65 percent of his passes (332 of 515) for 3,910 yards, 26 touchdowns and 12 interceptions, in leading the 49ers to a 10-6 regular-season record. In last week’s 24-23 playoff victory over Detroit, Montana completed 18 of 31 for 201 yards and a touchdown. He also was instrumental in driving the 49ers 70 yards in the waning moments of the game for the winning touchdown. "Montana is the man who makes the 49ers tick," said Redskin assistant head coach Richie Petitbon. "Offensively the 49ers will be the best team we have faced all year and Montana the best quarterback.’’ “Containing Montana will be the key to our success,” said linebacker Mel Kaufman. The Redskin front four — Todd Liebenstein, Dave Butz, Darryl Grant and Dexter Manley — are No. I in the league in defending against the rush, holding opponents to 80me. The 49ers, who average 140 yards a game on the ground, are led by Wendell Tyler (4.9 yards a carry), Montana (4.7 yards) and Roger Craig (4.1). A handicap for Montana will be the absence of wide receiver Dwight Clark. The 49ers leading ballhawk with 60 receptions and eight touchdowns, Clark has been sidelined for the playoffs with a knee injury. "With Dwight out they will probably go to (Russ) Francis and (Mike) Wilson on possession downs,” said Petitbon. Defensively, the 49ers must stop All-Pro John Riggins. Riggins who seems to save his best for the playoffs, has rushed for at least IOO yards in his last five playoff games. Flores keeps eye on form as Raiders prepare for Seattle MANHATTAN BEACH, Calif. (AP) - Coach Tom Flores of the Los Angeles Raiders knows from firsthand experience that form doesn’t always prevail in the National Football League’s “second season.” “The hardest thing is to get to the playoffs,” Flores said Wednesday at his weekly meeting with reporters. “Anything can happen. “I'm well aware of what can happen to a wild card that gets hot. We did it ie world champions." The Raiders, then playing in Oakland, made it to the playoffs as a wild card team three years ago with an 11-5 record, finishing second behind San Diego in the AFC’s Western Division. The Raiders beat Houston in the AFC wild card game, then disposed of Cleveland and the Chargers to get to Super Bowl XV where they whipped Philadelphia 27-10. Flores didn’t need to say that he hopes form prevails at the Los Angeles Coliseum in the AFC Championship Game. That’s because his Raiders, the AFC West champions, are playing division rival Seattle, which entered the playoffs as a wild card team. The winner will earn a berth in Super Bowl XVIII at Tampa, Fla., on Jan. 22. “We’re playing good football, we’re playing against a team that’s playing good football,” said Flores, whose team is favored by seven points over the Seahawks. “They’re hot, they’re on a roll.” Seattle enters traight games and is in the playoffs for the first time ever. The Raiders go into the game with a 13-4 record including their 38-10 whipping of Pittsburgh last Sunday in their playoff opener. Two of the four Los Angeles losses came at the hands of the Seahawks, who won 38-36 in Seattle on Oct. 16 and 34-21 at the Coliseum two weeks later. Coach Chuck Knox of the Seahawks, speaking by telephone from Seattle, said a third victo over the Raiders wouldn’t be an easy task. “You don’t see it done very often,” said Knox. “History can tell you that. I don’t think that the fact that we’ve beaten them twice is going to have anything to do with what happens this Sunday. “In the last three weeks, we’ve played our best football. By the same token, the Raiders are a better football team, all-around. We’re going to have to play our best football game of the year, not make any mistakes." PROFESSIONAL CLEANING 20% OFF! CARPET CLEANING: 20% oft tor 3 rooms or mort UPHOLSTERY CLEANING: 20% oil tor minimum job (tola and 2 chairs or sofa and lovtsoal) or more Otter good thru February 21. ISSA 1630 Hwy St West CALL LOR FREE FATIMA TES 128-1322 Landry says hell trade Johnson DALLAS (AP) — Dallas Cowboys coach Tom Landry aaU ha will abidi by a promise he made lait loptffilnr to wide receiver Butch Johnson that he would trade him at the and of the season. Undry mods the pledge in a Sept. ll meeting with Ioh—nu after the outapokan backup to Draw Pearson returned (ram an impromptu, in-season, 2-day "vacation" to Cancan. TU Cowboys coach also confirmed that backup quarterback Gary Hogeboom had coma to him this weak airing (or a trade. Landry did not Indicate ho was inclined to grant that request. Hogeboom still bas one year plus an option year left on his contract. Landry said his promise to Johnson, an eight-year backup, was made in return for Johnson’s pledge he would keep his complaints to himself for the rest of the season. “Ha did hia part, and now I will do my part," Landry told tho Danes Morning Now. “Butch is at the point right now that a trad* is what he needs as a parson. It’s in tho boat interest of everyone." H*R BLOCK- 142 N. Casten Opes I AM I PM WertSsy, H isjerjsy, PUrn 629 3110 To be a paramedic, you don’t jim jump in an ambulance. You need btl of training. But I’m not trained in income taxes. So I rely on H&R Block to come to the rescue. Block preparers are trained to know every deduction, every tom, you name ii. And that not only saves mc money, but Helps me breathe a little easier, too.” People who know their business go to “Saving lives is my business. Saving money on my taxes is Block’s business." PUBLIC NOTICE In proceedings pending before the Public Utility Commission of Texas (PUC), local exchange telephone companies are requesting authority to charge AT&T Communications of the Southwest, Inc , for use of their facilities These proposed charges are higher than AT&T Communications can pay at current Texas long distance rate levels. To position itself to be able to implement rates that are sufficient to produce revenues that will recover the costs facing the company, AT&T Communications must now tile for rate relief to be able to implement rates that reflect the costs of access that are ultimately imposed on the company While AT&T Communications does not want to increase its Texas rates, an increase would be required to recover the increased access charges AT&T Communications will have to pay to the local exchange telephone companies under several proposals pending before the Commission These access charges at the proposed increased levels represent more than BO percent of AT&T Communications' operating expense in Texas Accordingly, AT&T Communications, in accordance with the Public Utility Regulatory Act and the rules of the PUC, hereby gives notice of the company’s intent to implement a new schedule of rates for long distance calls within Texas The proposed rates will be effective January 28, 1984 unless otherwise determined by the Commission All customers and classes of customers would be affected by AT&T Communications’ proposed rates It higher access charges are ordered, AT&T Communications has no recourse but to pay these charges and recover the costs from its customers as a cost of providing long distance service within Texas AT&T Communications has filed rates which would mean a maximum overall increase in adjusted test period revenues of $301 4 million, or 27.85 percent This amount would help recover cost increases due to the proposed level of access charges now pending before the PUC A complete copy of all tariffs and rate schedules is on file with the Texas Public Utility Commission at Austin, Texas, and with every municipality in Texas Persons who wish to intervene or otherwise participate in these proceedings should notify the Commission as soon as possible A request to intervene or 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 also may 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. AT*T Communications ;