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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - September 29, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas NBA's Lanier gives warning on drugs Briefly NEW YORK (AP) - The National Basketball Association’s crackdown on involvement with cocaine and heroin la a warning to present and future college players that “there will be noplace for them in the NBA" if they use illegal drugs, says Bob Lanier of the Milwaukee Bucks and president of the players union. Lanier and Commissioner Larry O'Brien signed an agreement at a news conference Wednesday in which it was announced that violators face expulsion from the NBA — the strongest stand taken yet by a sports league. "We felt the stigma of drug use has hurt the sport and we want to eliminate it," said Larry Fleisher, general counsel of the National Basketball Players Association. O’Brien said, "The message we are sending out today is clear: Drugs and the NBA do not mix. If you want to get involved with drugs, you won't be involved with the NBA." The agreement between the league and the players union stipulates that "any player who either is convicted of, or pleads guilty to, a crime involving the use or distribution of heroin or cocaine," or is found under a newly-instituted procedures to have illegally used these drugs he "shall immediately be permanently dismissed." However, any banned player may appeal for reinstatement after two years. The approval of both the commisioner and the players union is needed for reinstatement. The agreement will be into effect after the "amnesty period," which ends Dec. 31 this year. The first time a player voluntarily seeks treatment for a drug problem, he will receive "no penalty of any kind." He will be paid and and the club will pay for his treatment. A player, who previously requested and received treatment for a drug problem and volunteers a second time for treatment, will be suspended without pay but receive no other penalty. Jets plan move to Jersey NEW YORK (AP) - Tight end Tom Coombs prefers the natural grass of Shes Stadium to the artifice! turf of Giants Stadium, linebacker Bob Crable thinks that playing at the Meadowlands will be Just like playing a road game. And running back Scott Dierking simply "doesn’t like New Jersey." 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 season. Coombs, who lives on Long Island, said the decision was not up to the players, but he personally prefers "to play on natural grass." The Meadowlands in East Rutherford, N.J., has artifical turf, while the Jets’ current home at Shea Stadium has a grass surface. "There are fewer injuries (on grass) and I’m used to playing on it," said Coombs. "Shea Stadium is convenient for the players and for the fans." Crable, meanwhile, said: "Financially, it’s a good move for management. (But) we have nothing to say to the fans. It’s management’s decision. What does management have to say to the fans?" Crable said "the only change for us will be that we’ll have to get (to the stadium) a day before the game and stay in a hotel," just as if the team was playing a road game. Dierking was more blunt about the move. “I don’t want to go,” said the reserve running bock. "I like Shea Stadium." NBTA sponsors monthly tourney The New Braunfels Tennis Association will have its monthly tournament Saturday beginning at 8 a.m. at the New Braunfels High School courts. Play will include men’s and women’s A and B doubles. The entry fee is $3 and a can of new tennis balls. To enter, call 629-6112 or 625-1365. City to hold dance classes The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department will sponsor dance exercise classes on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays beginning Oct. 5. The entry fee will be $1 per person per class, and the classes will be from 5:30 p.m. to 6:30 p.m. at the Lands Recreation Center. Participants need to bring a mat or towel to class. Robin Bell will be the instructor. For more information, call the rec center at 620-6196. Rec Center plans pre-natal class Classes in pre-natal exercise will be held at the Lands Recreation Center beginning Oct. IO. Sessions will be on Monday and Wednesday mornings and Tuesday and Thursday nights. Registration is underway at the rec center, and the fee is $24 per month. For more information, call instructor Janice Hitzfelder at 629-1648. Fredericksburg to hold walk The Volkssportverein Friedrichsburg is sponsoring a walk Saturday and Sunday beginning at the Cherry Spring School House. The fee will be $5, and that will cover a souvenir medallion, a drink along the walk route and an International Volkssportverband stamp. To enter, send the entry fee to WF, P.O. Box 503, Fredericksburg 78624. New Braunfels Herald Ze/foop Thursday, September 29,1983 7A Haas to defend title as Texas Open begins Standings On the air THURSDAY TELEVISION 6 30 pm - Baseball: Detroit Tiger* va BsRimort Onotaa, USA 7.30 p.m. - Ba—ban Atlanta Br— va. Houston Astro*. //TBS • pm - Besebell: Loa Angst— Dodgers va. San Otago Padre*, USA FNIOAY TELEVISION • 30 pm - Hock ay: U S Olympic t—rn va. Washington Capitals USA 7 30 p m - B—abas. Chicago Cuba va St Lot— Cardin— WGN • p m - Baaaball Atlanta Brev— vs San Diago Pack a* WYSS 10 p m - Boxing. ESPN 11 30 p rn. - Wrattling. KMOL Midnight - Wattling KENS FftlOAY RADIO 7 40 p m - Football Navy Brauntaia Unicorns va Canyon Cougars. KNBTFM Today's sports VoMsytosN Canyon at Lockhart. Se 7 p.m.. Kerry Us Tivy at Navy Brauntaia. SB-7 p rn ; Cola at Smithson Vakay. SB p m. Football: Canyon freshman st New Braunfels freshman 5 p m, Canyon JV al Maw Braunfels JV. 7 p.m. Lands Recreation Cantor open from I pm to • pm Motor league Baseball At A Glance By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE EAST DIVISION w L Pct GB Baltimore 96 61 611 - Detroit 91 67 576 SM New York 88 69 561 8 Toronto 87 72 547 IO Milwaukee 84 74 532 12* B—ton 76 82 4B1 20* Cleveland 68 90 430 28* WEST DIVISION ■ Chicago 96 62 608 - Kan—e City 77 Bl 487 19 Tex- 76 82 481 20 Oak lend 72 86 456 24 Minnesota 68 90 430 28 California 68 91 428 28* Beatee 59 99 373 37 Baseball American at Minnesota TEXAS lf db cf LAPrsh rf BBeN 3b Stain 1b Rivers ph SJohnan c OSr ten ph Dam st BJon— ph Tollean 2b Totals 33 0 8 0 Texet ab r h bi MIO Teufel 2b 4 0 0 0 Cashoo 3b 4 0 10 Ward lf 4020 Hrbek 1b 4 0 2 0 Hatcher rf 2 0 0 0 Bush dh 1 0 0 0 Engle c 2 0 0 0 Brunaky cf 0 0 0 0 Faedo ss 3 0 10 DBrwn ph 1 0 0 0 Jimenei ss 3 0 10 Totals 32 3 6 2 MINNESOTA ab r h bi 4 0 0 0 4 0 10 4 0 0 0 3 2 2 0 4 0 2 0 3 0 0 0 3 0 0 1 3 12 1 3 0 10 10 0 0 0 0 0 0 I clinched division title Wednesday t Gam— Chicago %, Oakland 3 Detroit t. Baltimore 5 Boston 3. New York 2 Milwaukee 6. Cleveland 4 Minnesota 3. Tex— 0 Toronto 5 California 3 Ka— City 11. Seattle 8 Thursday a Gem— Tax— (Stewart MI et Minnesota (Schroon 14 Bl Detroit (Wilcox IO IO) at Baltimore (Flanagan 12 31. In) Boston (Tudor ISH) st New York (Guidry 209i (nl Cleveland (Babonne 0-2) at Miiwauk— (Cendiott. 4 31. int Chicago (Burna 10101 at Oakland (Warren 4 3) im Ka— City (Black IOO) al S—ole (Moore 68) Int Only games scheduled Friday a Gam-New York at Baltimore. I. (tm Minnesota at Toronto, im Miiwauk— at Detroit, im Cleveland at Boston im California at Tax—, im Kane— City at Oakland, im Chicago at S—ttle im Attame 3 1 Houston I $ New York 4. Pittsburgh 2 Cincinnati 5. San Francisco 4 Montreal 4 St lours 0 Los Angel— 4, San Diego 4, 14 innings ppd rem Thursday s Games San Francisco (Braining ll 12) at Cincinnati i Ber any i 9 14) New York (Holman I 6) at Pittsburgh iRhoden 12 13). tm Los Angelas I Welch I912 and Pena 12 St at San Otego (Whitson 97 and Haw* rn* 4 7), 2 (t m Atlanta (McMurtry 199) at Houston (Ryan 14 9i im Onty games scheduled Friday s Games Pittsburgh at Philadelphia, im Montreal al New York im Chicago at St Louis, im Cincinnati at Houston tm Atlanta at San Diego tm San Francisco at Lo* Anga)— Int Transactions OOO OOO OOO 0 OOO IOO Ila —3 Gam* Winning RBI - None E - Wright. Ca* ti no DP Minnesota 2 LOB -Tax— IO. Minnesota • 2B- Sample. Brunansky. Hrbek 2. BB*)! HR Brunaneky (28) SF Engle IP H R ER BB SO Tex— Darwin L.B13 713 8 3 2 I 4 Tot— Minnesota 23 0 0 0 1 0 FBeon W 4 I 7 I 3 7 0 0 3 2 ROevta S 30 I 2 3 I 0 0 I 0 NATIONAL LEAGUE EAST DIVISION a Philadelphia W BB I 71 Pct 553 GB Pittsburgh 82 79 519 9* Montreal S2 77 519 9 St Louie 79 •3 479 12 Chicago 71 at 447 17 New York WEST DIVISION 66 93 411 22* Loo Angel— 90 97 973 - Atlanta ae 72 944 4* Houston 83 79 929 7* San Diego 77 IO 4B0 13 San Francisco 79 •2 411 14* Cincinnati a clinched division tut* Wednesday e Gam— 73 99 492 17* PB B Johnson T 2 11 A 4 084 Philadelphia 13. Chicago 6 Wednesday s Sports Transactions By The Associated Press BASKETBALL National Basketball Association BOSTON CELTICS Signed larry Bud for weld to a 414 million —van year contract GOLDEN STATE WARRIORS Signed Michael Holton, guard Pater Thibeau* and Greg Hines tor wards KANSAS CITY KINGS Signed Don Bu— guard LOS angeles lakers Signed Data Wilkinson forward NEW YORK KNtCKS Signed Ere Female*' cantar forward PHILADELPHIA 76ERS-Signed Demon johnson forward to a (tv— year contract Reggie Johnson forward to a one year contract Ken Lyons and Howard Wood, forward* Olivet Mac* and Mike Milligan, guards UTAH JAZZ Signed Bob Hansen 'orward to a multi year contract Cut Man Clar* Oden Most #*le< Fred Grtkam Sam Smith Zem Frederick, Tarry Lewis guards Gerald Kaaenowski Mike McComb* Ron Webb Ralph McPherson and Jay Tneno. forwards WASHINGTON BULLETS Signed Michael Britt forward FOOTBALL National Football League BALTIMORE COLTS Signed Henry Waachtta* defensive and and placed Larry Anderson safety on die injured reserve dei BUFFALO BILLS Signed Mike Kennedy defensive back Mark Merna linebacker and Birt Acker, no— tackle NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS Placed Stave Nelson and Brian Ingram linebackers and Lu thai Hanaon. no— tackle, on the mimed reserve bet Signed Ed Reynold* and John GRen. bn*bac*er* and Dave Browning, defensive and PHILADELPHIA EAGLES - Signed Tom Skledeny punter Denr— De Vaught and defense* back Raia—ad Dan P—tom* quarterback and Max Runagar punter Placed John Serene safety on injured reserve ST LOUIS CARDINALS Released Jim Eboputoe linebacker United States Football League JACKSONVILLE BULLS Signed I M Hop Anthony Reed Chris Hobbs end Carnie Noms running becks Denny Mule* place kicker Steve* Gene' offensive guard and Bob Stephen—' tight and HOCKEY National Hockey League NATIONAL HOCKEY LEAGUE Named John Hertrgen director Of communications effective No* 1 HARTFORD WHALERS As*»gr'*<J p»uI Flicker Gray Weaker and Rom ie Boutm goaltenders Jeff Brownstone Ah Bu to* et Seen Coed* Dene* McKay John Mo*os** Tom Donm. Gerry M Donald end Stuart Smith defen—man Doug Evans Dan Fndgen Mike Hoffman and Mike McDougai left wings Richard Beaume *evm Conway Michel Getemeau and Roberto Lev ow canters. Paul Aday Paul Crowley Don Girted and Randy Giihen right wings to Binghamton of the American Hockey league Assigned Bn Maggie de * en—man to Flint of the international Hockey League Released Rich Bie*ay goaltender Returned Tom Corance right wing to the Philadelphia Flyers Friends don't let friends drive drunk SAN ANTONIO (AP) — Jay Haas, quietly establishing himself as one of the PCA Tour’s more proficient and consistent players, had some personal history going for him heading into the $800,000 Texas Open golf tournament as defending champion. “Most of my success has come late in the season,” Haas said as he prepared for today’s opening round. “There’s been no real indication ifs going to happen again, but there’s still a little ways to go and maybe I can turn it around again.” Haas, 29. a former NCAA champion, has won two tournaments in each of his last two seasons. And all four of them came late in the year. Perhaps the most spectacular of his victories came in this event a year ago, when he led or shared the lead all the way, opening with a 7-under-par 63 and eventually scoring a 3-shot victory over Curtis Strange, his former teammate at Wake Forest He won it with an 18-under-par total on the 6,525-yard Oak Hills Country Club course “That was one of my best tournaments.” Haas said. “I’ve been looking forward to coming back here all year long. “It always gives you a good feeling to come in as the defending champion. Of course, you start out even this time, but when you’re defending, you know you’ve played well on this golf course before, and that helps your confidence; gives you confidence that you can (day well again.” Although not a winner this season, Haas has had a pair of runner-up performances, was third in another tournament, missed the cut only once all season and has $181,197 in winnings. “From the standpoint of money, it hasn’t been a bad year at all. But it sure would be nice to win one before it’s all over,” said Haas, whose steady    play has provided him with a spot on the 12-man American team that will play Europe's best in the biennial Ryder Cup Matches rn Flonda next month. Haas, who learned the game from his uncle, former Masters champion Bob Goalby, is among the 156 in the chase for a $54,000 first prize. Among the major contenders are Fuzzy Zoelier, who needs a sixth place finish or better to overtake the absent Hal Sutton on the year’s money-winning list; Rex Caldwell, who scored his first career victory last Sunday in Abilene; and Lee Trevino, who said he’s playing “better than I have in two years." Also on hand are 1963 title-winners Ben Crenshaw, Tom Kite, Bill Rogers, Keith Fergus, Mark Lye, Fred Couples, Jim Colbert, Danny Edwards, Gary Hall berg, Larry Mise, Gary Koch and Strange. 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