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*SZette Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Vol. 42 -- No. 38 -- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -- Wednesday Feb. 26, 1986.


Close relations expectedbetween U.S. and Philippines


I) -- The day-old ippine government is looking forward to ending the Communist insurgency in the islands.
New Vice President Salvador
Laurel said amnesty for all political offenders will be
announced soon. He predicted 90 percent of the members of the New People's Army, the Communist guerrilla group, will lay down their arms.
In an interview, on CBS, Laurel said, "That will make it easier for us to tackle the remaining 10 percent, even if they should decide not to surrender."
The Communist army-is


believed to have about 16,000 members.
Ferdinand Marcos, the
president for 20 years, fled the Philippines yesterday in a change of power influenced by the Reagan administration. Corazon Aquino became
president, which she claimed she was entitled to from the February 7 election. Many observers say Marcos fixed the election.
Laurel called the United
States the closest friend of the Philippines, and said they will maintain close relations.
Secretary of State George Shultz says he believes the


United States can maintain: its two big bases in the Philippines, Clark Air Force Base and Subic Bay Naval Base. Marcos went to Clark
yesterday and was taken on a stretcher aboard a U.S. Air Force medical evacuation plane. However, when he
arrived in Guam he walked off.
A State Department spokeanan says it is believed the stretcher was used because the 68-year-old
Marcos was tired. The spokesnan said, "He' s been through a lot."


If I Had A Hia er -- This constructi worker does have a hammer and he is roofi the new McDonald's. Construction of the fa


neers criticize NASA officials


Gym construction slated for May or June


The 17-foot-high pile of dirt by Marblehead Lanes and the Windjamner is canpacting the ground where tl new gy will be built.
Oneadequate settling bas occurred, in about 90 days, 12 feet of the pile will be scrapEd off, ad the residual


will be spread across Coper Field. Jhe gm will be built on the remaining pile.
Construction of the gym is expected to begin about May or Jue.
By the way, there are 30,000 cubic yards of dirt in the pile. 7hat canes to about 2,500 dump truck
loads.


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scheduled to testify. They will be expected to answer charges that they criticized a recommendation by the builders of the shuttle's solid fuel booster rockets to delay the Challenger launch.
Those accusations were made yesterday by engineers for Morton Thiokol, the Utah based company that produced the shuttle booster rockets. During the six-and-a-half hours of testimony, the engineers told of their concern that the record cold spell at Cape Canaveral might warden the crucial o-ring seals in the boosters to the point were they would fail, allowing the escape of 5,900 degree gases.
It was 38 degrees at the time of the shuttle launch, but overnight temperatures had dipped below freezing.
The engineers told the panel that the space agency was "appalled" by their "no-go" recommendation. Four Thiokol managers eventually over-ruled the objections, and gave NASA a signed document that the booster rockets were safe to fly despite the cold.
One of Challenger's boosters ruptured shortly after take-off, destroying the shuttle and killing the crew.
A house panel will hear from top NASA and Pentagon officials today on what effect the loss of the Challenger will have on the nation's space program
The House subcommittee on
science and technology is chaired by Florida Democrat :Bill Nelson, who flew aboard the space shuttle Columbia and returned to Earth just a week before the Challenger blew up.


Around the globe


Cruise Missile Crashes Into Arctic Ocean (UPI)
- A U.S. cruise missile crashed into the Arctic Ocean yesterday when it malfunctioned during a 1,500-mile test flight over Canada. It is the second crash of a cruise missile during a test in less than five weeks.

Supreme Court Limits Privacy Rights (UPI) -The Supreme Court yesterday limited the privacy rights of people stopped by police for traffic violations. The high court said a police officer in New York acted within the law when he leaned inside a car to see a vehicle identification number. The officer, while
leaning in the window, discovered a gun and arrested the driver.

FAA Scrutinizing Airlines (UPI) - The Federal Aviation Ainistration says it is scrutinizing several
airlines for possible violations of federal laws that could warrent penalties. FAA Administrator Donald Engen declined to name the airlines or disclose the seriousness of the suspected violations.

Mayor Hopes For Governorship (UPI) - Los Angeles Mayor Tom Bradley apparently is not giving up hopes of one day living in the California governor's mansion. The Deocrat announced yesterday that he will try again to unseat Republican Governor George Deukmejian. Bradley's 1982 loss to Deukmejian was the narrowest margin in 80 years, 93,345 votes.

Rivers Spilling Their Banks -- Swollen rivers spilled their banks across the northwest. Authorities report scattered flooding in several river basins in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Wyming. As much as five.... inches of snow fell on the East Coast, closing schools in the nation's capital.

All-Star Anthem arns:-. Four Graiy Awards (UPI) - The All-Star anthn: which raised millions of dollars for African famine victims last night earned four Grammy Awards for. its composers and producers. The recording captured both "Song of the Year" and "Record of the Year" honors, as well as Grammys for Best Pop Group Performance and Best Short Video. Britain's Phil Collins case away with three Grammys, including "Album of the Year" for his record "No Jacket Required."

Statue Stolen (UPI) - The sculptor of a 10-foot sheet-metal version of the Statue of Liberty says he will have the work back in place in front of his Denver Heating and Air Conditioning Supply Company by the end of the week. Thieves last week stole the 30-pound head of the statue, but police say boys found the head just a few blocks from the shop. Authorities say blood was. found on the head-probably a result of a brush with its jagged edges.

First White South African Prosecuted (UPI) -A South African Supreme Court judge yesterday sentenced the first white South African ever prosecuted for military involvement with the outlawed African National Congress. Eric Pelser was sentenced to serve seven years in jail for receiving guerrilla training with the ANC in Zambia. The group has waged a 25-year guerrilla war against Pretoria and its policy of racial segregation.

Neese Stpports BIll to Ease Gkm Control Laws (UPI) -.Attorney General Edwin Meese says he has not withdrawn his support of a bill to ease the nation's gun control laws, despite his refusal to testify before a House committee considering the legislation. Testimony is scheduled for the hearing Thursday, fran the National Rifle Association, which supports the bill
and police groups, which oppose it. Meese has declined to meet with police groups to discuss legislation.

Retraction - On February 24, Captain's Mast was held at the U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, not at the U.S. Air Naval Station, as reported yesterday.

Inside
Page 2 - Civilian Service awards
Page 2 - Te Eler
Page 3 - Jmaica Ship Trip
Page 4 - All StarB arred For Drug Use
Page 4- - iotre Dwe Wips DePaul

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Caribbean Naval Lodge Caribbean Naval Lodge AM and FM will conduct work and instructions in the third degree tonight, 7:30 p.m., in Bldg. AV 54. All Master Masons are cordially and fraternaly invited to attend.

Stay In Shape -- The Stay in Shape Class will not meet tonight, Friday, February 28, and Monday, March 3, due to state side commitment. The next class will meet Wednesday, March 5.

Intra-Comand Transfers --Personnel transferring intra-cormand should check-in with the Post Office, in order to update the Post Office locater file.

Hook Schedule -- At the Hook Friday, February 22, there is Bible study, "Book of Romans," 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1, there is Bible study, "Discipleship," 7 p.m. The Hook is open to people of all faiths.

Windja er Club -- On Saturday, March 1, the Windjanmer Ballrocn and Steak House will be closed, due to the Seabee Ball. The Barrel Club will be open for all fleet sailors.

Beach Closing -- Cuzco Beach will be closed Saturday, March 1, and Sunday, March 2, due to Ordnance operations.

Legal Assistance Office -- The Naval Legal Service Office is closed Monday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 11, for court term. Business as usual will resume Wednesday, March 12.

Government Gas Station Hours -- Beginning Monday, March 3, the new hours of operation for the government gas station are 7:45- 11:30 p.m., and 12:30 - 4:15 p.m.

Hospitality Kits-- Would those people that have hospitality kits checked out frcm the Family Service Center, that have received their household goods, please return these items immediately. We are not able to take care of the needs of some of our newcomers, due to.the deand. Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX income tax service will be provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for
Windward side people. Appointments may be made by calling 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is March 5 - 12, located in the Mini Mart Annex. Appointments may be made by calling 6425. This service is provided on a fee basis.

Navy Exchange -- When the blue light flashes in your Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great savings waiting for you. Stop and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain check, nor can these items be put on layaway.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX announces that the Ford dealer will on base March 21 - 31.

Navy Exchange -- The NEX's car rental phone number is 2822.


SU...


-- U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN...............Cnmander, U.S. Naval Base
Lt. QnIr. Rick Fischer, USN..............Public Affairs Officer
J01 StaceyByington.............Assistant Public Affairs Officer
J02 Nail =i lleeau, USN......................iManaaim Eitor
J03 Teri Thomas, USN.......................Assis Editor
Mrs. Diane Amen.an................. ............... Secretary
Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.................Production Assistant
Nathan Durbin ............................. Student Staff Assistant
Barbara Martinez .......................... Student Staff Assistant
SR Kim Fields ..................................... Staff Assistant
Lt. Dick Tremain ................................ Reservist Support

The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship aid station rn@1apers, under the direction of the public affairs officer. Ihe Daily= te ispnnted five times a k at governt ex.pense on goverment equipment, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Branch Office. The opinions and statements that appear herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Department or Cbmander, U.S. Naval Base.


Service Awards -- For 15 years and 30 receive service award certificates and pins years of service respectively, Adolphus from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. (Photo Baily (center) and Eloy Rosell (right) by JOl Stacey Byington)


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AUTOS
'69 F100 pickup, brown, 6 cyclinder engine, rebuilt two years ago, has new tires, good condition, excellent transportation, $1500 or best offer. Call Rita at 6470 AWH or 6493 DWH.
---------------------'73 Matador wagon, good running car, new starter, $900 neg. Call Bill at 3522 AWH.

'68 Mercury Ford Station wagon, runs good, needs body work, asking $600 neg. Recent inspection in Feb. 86. Call Steph at 2401/2400 DWH or 4890 AWH.
TWO WHEELERS
'78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 IJH or 7249 AWH.
--------------------'75 Honda CB125, good running condition, needs minor repairs, asking $300. Call 6398 DWH.

'82 Honda 70cc, blue and white, excellent condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking $550 or best offer. Call RM2 Johnson at 4442 DWH or BEQ Room S208 AWH.
BICYCLE
Huffy 12-speed bike, new, 27" Polaris red, $90. Call Jones at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH.
PET
Free to loveable home. One black male dog. He is very friendly and great with infants and children. He has had-All shots. He is too good to take to the pound. Call 2990 AT after noon.


BABY ITEMS
Two baby swings, $5 each; infant carrier, $3; baby walker, $10. Call 2890 AT.
AUTO ACCESSORIES
Camper shell for Dodge Ram 50, fiberglass, $400. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m.
APPLIANCES
Side-by-side 3-door refrigerator, freezer, excellent condition, $300. Can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH.

ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Kenwood 500 system, turntable, amp., AM/FM stereo tuner cassette deck, audio timer, glass cabinet. Two Sansui speakers, SPx7 4-way five speaker system 200w. Excellent condition, must see to appreciate, $650 firm. Serious inquiries only. Call 3233 AT.
---------------------Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way six speaker system, max. input power 150w, external dimensions, 16 1/2"w x 25"h x 11 3/4" d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWH.
AIR CONDITIONERS
One 24,000 BTU, runs good, $150; 14,000 BTU, runs great, $125; 10,000 BTU, runs great, $100. Call 3954.

One 18,000 BTU, excellent condition; one 11,000 BTU, fair condition. Both for $300. Call 4898 DWH or 2441 AWH.

One 18,000 BTU, one 7,000 BTU, two 11,000 BTUs. Sell as package, $300. Call RMl Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT.


0
CHINA
Complete set of Noritake
China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH.
FURNITURE
Men's five draw bureau, dark wood, good condition, $100; light beige sofa, good
condition, $250. Both items can be seen at 373A Kittery
Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH.

Art Deco style-traiple mirrored dresser, asking
$250; Art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550; Art Noveau style mirrored vanity, asking $175; unique Art Deco style secretary with china cabinets, asking, $450. All are in excellent condition, must see to appreciate. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH.
----------------------Real antique lovers, here is
your chance. Queen Anne dining room set circa 1905. All pieces in matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chair,&
and unique matching buffet (with mirrored back). All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain for $675 or best offer. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH.
MISCELLANEOUS
Set of weights and bar bench,
$40; metal cabinet with lock and key, approx. 3x3 with three shelves, $20. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m.

H7814 tire, like new condition, $20; large dog house, needs paint, $1O; super 8mm movie camera anda
projector, projector needs' lamp, $40; throttle and shift cables for Mercury outboard, $10 each. Call Don Dorough at 4721 DWH.

Large brown and white marble color acrylic spa shell. This is a Clipper brand (one of the best west coast brands) and is plummed, insulated,
and has four jets. It needs only a heater and pump to be a $2,5000 family spa. If you are going to leave here for a
cold climate this an be shipped easily in your household goods. Asking $750. Call 4215 AWH.


2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, February 26, 1986


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Liberty-Sailors off the USS Connole relax to the music of a strolling Jamaican band
poolside at the
Ocho Rios Sheraton


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All-star barred from NBA for cocaine use

(AP) ---An eight-year NBA With Richardson out of Bird scored 24 poinl
career, which included four their lineup, the Nets grabbed 18 rebounds and-de All-Star appearances is but a faltered, dropping a 116-109 out 13 assists for t
memory now for the troubled home loss to the Golden State Celtics.


Boros named field skipper


lP--The -song says l-ove is better the second time
around. Steve Boros hopes the sme is true in Major League managing. The San Diego
Padres yesterday named Boros their new field skipper, one day after Dick Williams umexpectedly resigned. The 49 year-old Boros
briefly managed the Oakland A's, leading the team to a last-place finish in the
American League West in 1983 before being axed just 44-games into the 1984
campaign.____Boros had been working'as the Padres''Minor League
coorainator of instruction. The terms of his managerial contract with the teas were not disclosed.
In other spring training,news, there is concern in the, San Francisco Giants camp about the failing health of pitcher Ailee Hammaker. Hammaker, 28, reported to
Giants' Scottsdale, Ariz. camp 19 pounds underweight, but with 88 percent more body fat than normal.

-Cas beAft-Wings

(AP) -- The Washington Capitals extended their, overtime unbeaten streak to 22 games with a 4-3 win over the-stumbling Detriot Red Wings last night. Peter Anderson's goal, just 36 seconds into the extra
period, sent the wings to their eighth straight loss.
The Boston Bruins climbed within three points of second place Quebec, in the Adams Division, with a 7-4 win over the Nordiques. Dave Pasin scored two third period goals
for Boston. Quebec has now dropped its last five games.


* Hammaker says he first noticed his physical problems
*ibile taking a cruise of the lCarlbbean last month. By-the time theOhip reach Barbados, Hammaker says he "could not even walk."
Giants General Manager Al Rosen says theteam will have
a specialist lo6k is Hanmaker as soon as possible. The Boston Red Sox have signed outfielder Steve Lyons and rookie pitcher Mitch Johnson to one-year contracts.
The Cleveland Indians say they have signed veteran
reliever Jim Kern to a Triple-A contract with the Maine Guides of the
--International League.


Micea Rayl I RichardQson. 'Th'e New Jersey Nets guard has been banned from the NBA after testing positive for
cocaine, making Richardson a three-time offender under the League's Drug Agreement.
Richardson thus becomes the first active NBA player to be locked out of the league due to drug abuse. Last month, former NBA star John Drew was permanently barred from the league for cocaine use. Drew's currently playing in the Continental Basketball Association.
Commissioner David Stern says Richardson may appeal for reinstatement after two years, but that would have to
be approved by both the NBA and the Players Association. Meanwhile, the Nets say they will continue to pay for
Richardson' s drug rehabilitation care.


Glimpse


Patriot Undergoes Surgery (UPI) --All-pro guard John Hannah of the New England Patriots, underwent
re-constuctive surgery on both shoulders yesterday, and is expected to begin a rehabilitation program in four to six weeks. The Pats also report that defensive back Fred Marion is scheduled for arthroscopic knee surgery today. On the positive side, club officials say veteran quarterback Steve Grogan will not require an operation, despite his long-term fight with tendonitis of the elbow.

Anderson Intends To Return (UPI) - A Cincinnati team official says that quarterback Ken Anderson intends to play next season. The 15-year NFL veteran is non-committal, and likely will continue to be until the Bengals decide whether or not reserve quarterback Turk Schonert remains with the club. The Bengals reportedly are looking to trade Schonert, a move that will clear the way for Anderson to resume the number-two position behind Boomer EsizD ion.

Jesse Owens International Aateur Athlete Award (UPI) -- Said Aouitaj of Morocco, is the winner of the Jesse Owens International Amateur Athlete Award. Last year, the Moroccan athlete set world records at 1,505 meters. Aouita was honored by an international panel of 200 electors and finished ahead of his British middle-distance runner Steve


Cram and Soviet pole vaulter


Serguei Bubka.


warIoLJ.'.JC ad. st nigt. jU'.
Barry Carroll scored 25 points for Golden State.
The NBA's hottest team continues to be the Milwaukee Bucks. With All-Star guard Sidney Moncrief out with the flu, eight Bucks scored in
double figures in a 114-99 romp over the Los Angeles Clippers. That is nine straight wins for the Central Division leaders.
Terry Cummings led the balanced Milwaukee attack with 16 points, while Paul Pressey handed out 16
assists.
In New York, Larry Bird did
it again, pulling off a triple-double in a 91-74
Boston win over the Knicks.


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42 points and-a 30-point, 15 rebound effort by Charles Barkley sent the Philadelphia 76ers to a 122-108 win over the Chicago Bulls. Alex English scored 41
points, leading the Denver Nuggets toa 112-99 win over Phoenix. 9
Adrian Dantley's 35 pod carried the Utah Jazz t 100-97 decision against
Houston.
Herb Williams scored 24 for
Indiana as the Pacers bounced the Washington Bullets 100-87.
The Sacramento Kings won their fifth straight, taking a 102-100 victory against Seattle.


Norte Dame whips DePaul


,(AP) -- A couple of Top 20 teams saw action last night. In a battle of Midwestern independents, twelfth-ranked Notre Dame whipped DePaul 70-59, severely damaging the Blue Demons' slim NCAA
Tournament hopes.
Donald Royal scored a game high 26 points for the
fighting Irish, in the process setting a school
record by hitting all 16 of his free throws.
In Annapolis, Md., nineteenth-ranked Navy blew out Richmond 85-72, as the
midshipmen, captured the Colonial Athletic
Association's regular season title. The Middies have won 16 straight at home.
To many observers, it is evidence of the strength of the Atlantic Coast
Conference, North Carolina has slipped out of the top
spot in the Associated Press College Basketball Poll, replaced by fellow ACC member Duke.
The Blue Devils scaled the heights following back-to-


back losses by the Tar Heels last week, and keep in mind, ACC member Georgia Tech ruled the AP's preseason poll.
The Big Eight Conferenj& champion Kansas Jayhawksh
moved up to number-two intW poll, with Carolina now third, Georgia Tech fourth
and Southeastern Conference Champion Kentucky fifth.

Slalom skiing master

(UPI) -- Rok Petrovic proved himself to be the new young master of *slalom skiing yesterday by scoring his fourth victory this season at Lillehamrmer, Norway.
The win means Petrovic will
become the first Yugoslavian to win a Werld Cup Title.
Petrovic, who turned 20 three weeks ago, outduelled Sweden's Ingemar Stenmark and was the fastest in both runs.
Luxembourg's Mark Girardelli was third.
The highest American finisher was Tiger Shaw of
Stowe, Vt., in twenty-third place.


hockey standings

Wales Conference
Patrick Division


Philadel~phia
WashincrtonN.Y. Islners Pittsbburghi
M~Y. Bengjers New-Jersey'


Adams Division


Montreal 33 23 Quebec 33 25 Boston 29 25 Buffalo 29 26


,Hartford


6 72
4 70 7 65 664


28 31 2 58


208
221 225 .216


Campbell Conference
Norris Division


C icago 3 . .St. Louis 2
Minnesota 2 Toronto 1 Detroit 12



Edonton 4 Calgary 26
-- Los Angeles 2
Winnipeg 1 _L .Ouver 1


23 8 24 8 27 9
37 6 43 5


+)�ah- Division


250 236 297
288
249


&

___ _ ~~anfact
:({UPI),_ Ha rkOaa is the defending champi-on'in the PWb sB h 'National Pro-AM, formerlythe .Crosby, at Pebble i each, Calif.+Can you -e the last back-to-back chamion in

'?c Ntuon aow t na mt in 1977 and 1978.


The Sportsman
By Charles Morey


Football franchises may be expensive, but talk is cheap.
A lot of money has been expended in operating the Houston Gamblers and New
Jersey Generals the last few years. Now they have been merged and will operate as the New Jersey Generals. They will have a large payroll when the United States Football League begins its first fall campaign this year.
That is six months off, but the Generals already are
leading the USFL in bragging and are even threatening the NFL.
The president of the Generals, Jerry Argovitz, was on New York television
recently with this statement designed to ruffle some fur in Chicago, "We could score 40 to 50 points on the Chicago Bear defense."
Since the Generals will not have to try, it was easy to
say. It was just a little like saying, "I can lick any man in the bar," when you are in a taxi that is rolling swiftly away.
Owner Donald Trump also got1 into the hyperbole act. Donald said the current
General squad is as good or better than any team


assembled anywhere.
Why all this boasting? Well, you may say Jim Kelly is a big reason. Herschel Walker is another. Doug Flutie is a smaller factor, in more ways than one.
The Generals are saying that there will be
competition for the starting quarterback job between Kelly, the fastest gun in the West, and Flutie, the
smallest shooter in the East.
Most observers of the pro football scene doubt the competition will last for long.
This fall, although it is by no means a certainty.
There were rumors a week or two ago that Walker, the big boomer at running back, would move to the Dallas Cowboys.
Trump, who pays his salary, says there is no way. Dallas seems resigned to playing this fall without Herschel.
A recent report had it that USFL owners have lost a total of $160 million in the last three years. Obviously, that cannot last much longer. The USFL is counting heavily on a payoff from its suit against the NFL, which will begin in April. The USFL is asking for $1,320,000,000. The league is apparently operating on the


theory that if you lose bi you have to think big.
The coach and general
manager of the Utah Jazz, Frank Layden, says the most important thing in pro basketball is a good center. The hardest thing to find, he added, is a good point guard.
He found one when his son, Scott, an assistant coach for Utah, saw an unsung player named John Stockton in a
college All-Star game two years ago.
He informed his father about the sharp playmaker who was virtual unknown. The Jazz drafted Stockton and, last year, Layden s John in 82 regular sea games and 10 playo contests.
Although Stockton
demonstrated excellent ballhandling ability, he shot very little. That was
discussed in the off-season. The results, his scoring
average is up from 5.6 points a game in his rookie season to 8.3 now. He is tenth in the league in assists, with eight a game.
Laden Says that Stockton has great court sense. He also has a high scorer to feed the ball to in the talented Adrian Dantley.


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attGuantanamo Bay, Cuba Vol. 42 -No. 38 -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Wednesday, Feb. 26, 1986 Close relations expected between U.S. and Philippines a I) -The day-old ippine government is looking forward to ending the Communist insurgency in the islands. New Vice President Salvador Laurel said amnesty for all political offenders will be announced soon. He predicted 90 percent of the members of the New People's Army, the Communist guerrilla group, will lay down their arms. In an interview, on CBS, Laurel said, "That will make it easier for us to tackle the remaining 10 percent, even if they should decide not to surrender." The Communist army is believed to have about 16,000 members. Ferdinand Marcos, the president for 20 years, fled the Philippines yesterday in a change of power influenced by the Reagan administration. Corazon Aquino became president, which she claimed she was entitled to fran the February 7 election. Many observers say Marcos fixed the election. Laurel called the United States the closest friend of the Philippines, and said they will maintain close relations. Secretary of State George Shultz says he believes the If I Had A Hammer -This construction worker does have a hammer and he is roofing the new MDonald's. Construction of the fast United States can maintain its two big bases in the Philippines, Clark Air Force Base and Subic Bay Naval Base. Marcos went to Clark yesterday and was taken on a stretcher aboard a U.S. Air Force medical evacuation plane. However, when he arrived in Guam he walked off. A State Department spokesman says it is believed the stretcher was used because the 68-year-old Marcos was tired. The spokesman said, "He's been through a lot." food palace is progressing and opening is scheduled for late March or April. (Photo by J02 Neil Guillebeau) Thiokol engineers criticize NASA officials (UPI) -Testimony before the presidential commission looking into last month's shuttle diaster resumes later this morning in Washington. Three NASA officials are A big pile of dirt Site near Marblehead and Windjammer Gym construction slated for May or June By JO2 Neil Guillebeau The 17-foot-high pile of dirt by Marblehead Lanes and the Windjamner is compacting the ground where the new gyn will be built. Once adequate settling has occurred, in about 90 days, 12 feet of the pile will be scraped off, and the residual will be spread across (coper Field. The gym will be built on the ranaining pile. Construction of the gym is expected to begin about May or June. By the way, there are 30,000 cubic yards of dirt in the pile. That cones to about 2,500 dump truck loads. ma ag scheduled to testify. They will be expected to answer charges that they criticized a recommendation by the builders of the shuttle's solid fuel booster rockets to delay the Challenger launch. Those accusations were made yesterday by engineers for Morton Thiokol, the Utah based company that produced the shuttle booster rockets. During the six-and-a-half hours of testimony, the engineers told of their concern that the record cold spell at Cape Canaveral might warden the crucial o-ring seals in the boosters to the point were they would fail, allowing the escape of 5,900 degree gases. It was 38 degrees at the time of the shuttle launch, but overnight temperatures had dipped below freezing. The engineers told the panel that the space agency was "appalled" by their "no-go" recomendation. Four Thiokol managers eventually over-ruled the objections, and gave NASA a signed document that the booster rockets were safe to fly despite the cold. One of Challenger's boosters ruptured shortly after take-off, destroying the shuttle and killing the crew. A house panel will hear from top NASA and Pentagon officials today on what effect the loss of the Challenger will have on the nation's space program The House subcommittee on science and technology is chaired by Florida Democrat Bill Nelson, who flew aboard the space shuttle Columbia and returned to Earth just a week before the Challenger blew up. Around the globe Cruise Missile Crashes Into Arctic Ocean (UPI) -A U.S. cruise missile crashed into the Arctic Ocean yesterday when it malfunctioned during a 1,500-mile test flight over Canada. It is the second crash of a cruise missile during a test in less than five weeks. Supreme Court Limits Privacy Rights (UPI) -The Supreme Court yesterday limited the privacy rights of people stopped by police for traffic violations. The high court said a police officer in New York acted within the law when he leaned inside a car to see a vehicle identification number. The officer, while leaning in the window, discovered a gun and arrested the driver. FAA Scrutinizing Airlines (UPI) -The Federal Aviation Administration says it is scrutinizing several airlines for possible violations of federal laws that could warrent penalties. FAA Adninistrator Donald Engen declined to name the airlines or disclose the seriousness of the suspected violations. Mayor Hopes For Governorship (UPI) -Los Angeles Mayor Tan Bradley apparently is not giving up hopes of one day living in the California governor's mansion. The Democrat announced yesterday that he will try again to unseat Republican Governor George Deukmejian. Bradley's 1982 loss to Deukmejian was the narrowest margin in 80 years, 93,345 votes. Rivers Spilling Their Banks -Swollen rivers spilled their banks across the northwest. Authorities report scattered flooding in several river basins in Idaho, Washington, Oregon and Wyoming. As much as five inches of snow fell on the East Coast, closing schools in the nation's capital. All-Star Anthem Barns Four Grammy Awards (UPI) -The All-Star anthem which raised millions of dollars for African famine victims last night earned four Grany Awards for its composers and producers. The recording captured both "Song of the Year" and "Record of the Year" honors, as well as Gramnys for Best Pep Group Performance and Best Short Video. Britain's Phil Collins cane away with three Granys, including "Album of the Year" for his record "No Jacket Required." Statue Stolen (UPI) -The sculptor of a 10-foot sheet-metal version of the Statue of Liberty says he will have the work back in place in front of his Denver Heating and Air Conditioning Supply Company by the end of the week. Thieves last week stole the 30-pound head of the statue, but police say boys found the head just a few blocks from the shop. Authorities say blood was. found on the head probably a result of a brush with its jagged edges. First White South African Prosecuted (UPI) -A South African Supreme Court judge yesterday sentenced the first white South African ever prosecuted for military involvement with the outlawed African National Congress. Eric Pelser was sentenced to serve seven years in jail for receiving guerrilla training with the ANC in Zambia. The group has waged a 25-year guerrilla war against Pretoria and its policy of racial segregation. Meese Supports BIll to Base Gun Control Laws (UPI) -Attorney General Edwin Meese says he has not withdrawn his support of a bill to ease the nation's gun control laws, despite his refusal to testify before a House committee considering the legislation. Testimony is scheduled for the hearing Thursday, from the National Rifle Association, which supports the bill and police groups, which oppose it. Meese has declined to meet with police groups to discuss legislation. Retraction -On February 24, Captain's Mast was held at the U.S. Naval Station, Guantanamo Bay, Cuba, not at the U.S. Air Naval Station, as reported yesterday. Inside Page 2 -Civilian Service Awards Page 2 -The Saler Page 3 -Jamaica Ship Trip Page 4 -All Star Barred For Drug Use Page 4 -Eotre Dane Mips DePaul Wuas i -l Y: .. __.

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Caribbean Naval Lodge Caribbean Naval Lodge AM and FM will conduct work and instructions in the third degree tonight, 7:30 p.m., in Bldg. AV 54. All Master Masons are cordially and fraternaly invited to attend. Stay In Shape -The Stay in Shape Class will not meet tonight, Friday, February 28, and Monday, March 3, due to state side commitment. The next class will meet Wednesday, March 5. Intra-Command Transfers -Personnel transferring intra-comnand should check-in with the Post Office, in order to update the Post Office locater file. Hook Schedule -At the Hook Friday, February 22, there is Bible study, "Book of Ronans," 7 p.m. Saturday, March 1, there is Bible study, "Discipleship," 7 p.m. The Hook is open to people of all faiths. Windjammer Club -On Saturday, March 1, the Windjammer Ballroom and Steak House will be closed, due to the Seabee Ball. The Barrel Club will be open for all fleet sailors. Beach Closing -Cuzco Beach will be closed Saturday, March 1, and Sunday, March 2, due to Ordnance operations. Legal Assistance Office -The Naval Legal Service Office is closed Monday, March 3 through Tuesday, March 11, for court term. Business as usual will resume Wednesday, March 12. Government Gas Station Hours -Beginning Monday, March 3, the new hours of operation for the government gas station are 7:45 -11:30 p.m., and 12:30 -4:15 p.m. Hospitality Kits -Would those people that have hospitality kits checked out from the Family Service Center, that have received their household goods, please return these items immediately. We are not able to take care of the needs of some of our newcomers, due to the demand. Your assistance in this matter will be greatly appreciated. Navy Exchange -The NEX income tax service will be provided through March 14, at the Navy Lodge for Windward side people. Appointments may be made by calling 3103. For Leeward Point people, the NEX income tax service is March 5 -12, located in the Mini Mart Annex. Appointments may be made by calling 6425. This service is provided on a fee basis. Navy Exchange -When the blue light flashes in your Main Exchange or NEX Annex (L/P), you have great savings waiting for you. Stop and check it out! This might be the item you have been waiting for. Under the blue light special, any and all merchandise are potential sale items. Save as much as 50 percent off the regular price. Watch out, as there is gold under the blue lights! Items for sale, under the blue light special, are on sale for one hour only, from the time the item is put on sale. The sale is final, no rain check, nor can these items be put on layaway. Navy Exchange -The NEX announces that the Ford dealer will on base March 21 -31. Navy Exchange -The NEX's car rental phone number is 2822. Daily *azette -U.S. Navy's only shore-based daily newspaper -Capt. John Condon, USN .Ctmarder, U.S. Naval Base Lt. Chir. Rick Fischer, USN.Public Affairs Officer JO1 Stacey Byinaton.Assistant Public Affairs Officer J02 Neil Oiilleeau,USN ..inx Editor J03 Teri Thanas, USN.Assis t Editor Mrs. Diane emeoan .Secretry Mrs. Ann-Elizabeth Efimoff.Prodction Assistant Nathan Durbin .Student Staff Assistant Barbara Martinez .Student Staff Assistant SR Kim Fields.Staff Assistant Lt. Dick Trenain.Beservist Support The Daily Gazette is published according to the rules and regulations for ship and station newspaper, order the direction of the public affairs officer. The Daily Casette is printed five times a wek at government expense on government equipnent, at the Navy Publications and Printing Service Brarch Office. The opinions and statements that apar herein are not to be construed as official, or as the official views of the Navy Departnant or Ccmarder, U.S. Naval Base. Service Awards -For 15 years and 30 receive service award certificates and pins years of service respectively, Adolphus from Capt. John Condon, COMNAVBASE. (Photo Baily (center) and Eloy Rosell (right) by JO1 Stacey Byington) Fhe AUTOS '69 FlOO pickup, brown, 6 cyclinder engine, rebuilt two years ago, has new tires, good condition, excellent transportation, $1500 or best offer. Call Rita at 6470 AWH or 6493 DWH. '73 Matador wagon, good running car, new starter, $900 neg. Call Bill at 3522 AWH. '68 Mercury Ford Station wagon, runs good, needs body work, asking $600 neg. Recent inspection in Feb. 86. Call Steph at 2401/2400 DWH or 4890 AWH. TWO WHEELERS '78 Yamaha 500cc, runs good with extra parts and helmets. Asking $650. Call HN Lawless at 3200 CWH or 7249 AWH. '75 Honda CB125, good running condition, needs minor repairs, asking $300. Call 6398 DWH. '82 Honda 70cc, blue and white, excellent condition. Can be seen at GHT. Asking $550 or best offer. Call RM2 Johnson at 4442 DWH or BEQ Room S208 AWH. BICYCLE Huffy 12-speed bike, new, 27" Polaris red, $90. Call Jones at 4776 DWH or 3665 AWH. PET Free to loveable home. One black male dog. He is very friendly and great with infants and children. He has had all shots. He is too good to take to the pound. Call 2990 AT after noon. BABY ITEMS Two baby swings, $5 each; infant carrier, $3; baby walker, $10. Call 2890 AT. AUTO ACCESSORIES Camper shell for Dodge Ram 50, fiberglass, $400. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m. APPLIANCES Side-by-side 3-door refrigerator, freezer, excellent condition, $300. Can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH. ELECTRONIC EQUIPMENT Kenwood 500 system, turntable, amp., AM/FM stereo tuner cassette deck, audio timer, glass cabinet. Two Sansui speakers, SPx7 4-way five speaker system 200w. Excellent condition, must see to appreciate, $650 firm. Serious inquiries only. Call 3233 AT. Pioneer 911-A speakers, 4-way six speaker system, max. input power 150w, external dimensions, 16 1/2"w x 25"h x 11 3/4" d, new, never used, $150 each. Call 3285 AWH. AIR CONDITIONERS One 24,000 BTU, runs good, $150; 14,000 BTU, runs great, $125; 10,000 BTU, runs great, $100. Call 3954. One 18,000 BTU, excellent condition; one 11,000 BTU, fair condition. Both for $300. Call 4898 DWH or 2441 AWH. One 18,000 BTU, one 7,000 BTU, two 11,000 BTUs. Sell as package, $300. Call RM1 Mathis at 4435 or 2184 AT. CHINA Complete set of Noritake China, 97 pieces, Allison pattern (white china with gold rim), never used, asking $450. Call 3285 AWH. FURNITURE Men's five draw bureau, dark wood, good condition, $100; light beige sofa, good condition, $250. Both items can be seen at 373A Kittery Beach after 6 p.m., or call 3515 AWH. Art Deco style triple mirrored dresser, asking $250; Art Noveau style china cabinet, asking $550; Art Noveau style mirrored vanity, asking $175; unique Art Deco style secretary with china cabinets, asking, $450. All are in excellent condition, must see to appreciate. Call Donn Heaxt at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH. Real antique lovers, here is your chance. Queen Anne dining room set circa 1905. All pieces in matching walnut. Round extendable table, four matching chair and unique matching buffe (with mirrored back) .All in exquisite condition; all in Queen Anne style. Certificate of authenticity upon request. Currently appraised at $1400. An antique lovers bargain for $675 or best offer. Call Donn Heat at 4515 DWH or 3219 AWH. MISCELLANEOUS Set of weights and bar bench, $40; metal cabinet with lock and key, approx. 3x3 with three shelves, $20. Call 3109 after 2:30 p.m. H7814 tire, like new condition, $20; large dog house, needs paint, $10; super 8mm movie camera and projector, projector needs lamp, $40; throttle and shift cables for Mercury outboard, $10 each. Call Don Dorough at 4721 DWH. Large brown and white marble color acrylic spa shell. This is a Clipper brand (one of the best west coast brands) and is plummed, insulated, and has four jets. It needs only a heater and pump to be a $2,5000 family spa. If you are going to leave here for a cold climate this an be shipped easily in your household goods. Asking $750. Call 4215 AWH. 2 Daily Gazette Wednesday, February 26, 1986 },l \ I

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7 USS Connole (FFG-1056) and USS Sumter (LST-1181) docked in Ocho Rios R&R IN JAMAICA Sailors take advantage of ship trip Approximately 100 people from Guantanamo took advantage of five ships going to Jamaica during the long, three-day weekend, Feb. 14-17. As a shiprider, I have nothing but praise for the crew of my ship. The ship's company was more than courteous and helpful. Our ship arrived in Ocho s Saturday morning. After c ecking into the hotel and exchanging currencies (5.31 to 1), we were off to see Jamaica. Several hours should be devoted to shopping in the straw market--we did. My companions and I returned to the hotel loaded down with straw baskets, handbags, hats, walking sticks and assorted wooden bowls, trays and carvings. Eating always follows shopping, and Jamaica offers a multitude of eating establishments, including fast food restaurants. Hunger satisfied, our sights were set on the much talked about nightlife. It was all there--disco, live bands, one-man shows, and Las Vegas-style chorus lines. The next morning, after a huge breakfast (local fruits, eggs, pancakes, french toast, etc.), we were off again. A visit to Dunn River Falls is an absolute "must" for all. I think the climb up the falls, and the cold, river-fed water was the highlight of the entire visit. That second day in Jamaica was one of people doing exactly what they wanted -horseback riding, waterskiing, parasailing, white water rafting and jet skiing. Others toured the island, went shopping, or just relaxed, enjoying the sun and the sea. Sunday night many people availed themselves of the weekly White River Feast. This package is a short canoe trip down the White River, with drinks, native foods, a floor show and dancing. Monday morning saw the beginning of the end. Our last hours were spent soaking up Jamaican sun or scurring to buy those last minute trinkets. Before we knew it, it was over. With the passing of the word "Station the Manuevering Watch" our vacation came to an end, and we were homeward bound. Exhausted but renewed, our memories of our JAMAICAN HOLIDAY will remain for many years to come. Bargaining in the Straw Market Dunn River Falls Liberty --Sailors off the USS Connole relax to the music of a strolling Jamaican band poolside at the Oho Rios Sheraton photos by JO1 Stacey Byington Daily Gazette Wednesday, February 26, 1986 Parasailing -' -, z" ^ 3 T'4 IR

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Boros named field skipper '(AP) -The song says love is better the second time around. Steve Boros hopes the same is true in Major League managing. The San Diego Padres yesterday named Boros their new field skipper, one day after Dick Williams unexpectedly resigned. The 49 year-old Boros briefly managed the Oakland A's, leading the team to a last-place finish in the knerican League Wast in 1983 before being axed just 44-games into the 1984 campaign. Boros had been working'as the Padres' Minor League coordinator of instruction. The terms of his managerial contract with the team were not disclosed. In other spring training, news, there is concern in the San Francisco Giants camp about the failing health of pitcher Ailee Hammaker. Hannaker, 28, reported to Giants' Scottsdale, Ariz. camp 19 pounds underweight, but with 88 percent more body fat than normal. caps beat Wings (AP) -The Washington Capitals extended their overtime unbeaten streak to 22 games with a 4-3 win over the-stumbling Detriot Red Wings last night. Peter Anderson's goal, just 36 seconds into the extra period, sent the wings to their eighth straight loss. The Boston Bruins climbed within three points of second place Quebec, in the Adams Division, with a 7-4 win over the Nordiques. Dave Pasin scored two third period goals for Boston. Quebec has now dropped its last five games. Hammaker says he first noticed his physical problems .while taking a cruise of the Caribbean last month. By the time the ship reach Barbados, Hammaker says he "could not even walk." Giants General Manager Al Rosen says the team will have a specialist look as Hamaker as soon as possible. The Boston Red Sox have signed outfielder Steve Lyons and rookie pitcher Mitch Johnson to one-year contracts. The Cleveland Indians say they have signed veteran reliever Jim Kern to a Triple-A contract with the Maine Guides of the International League. All-star barred from NBA for cocaine use (AP) -An eight-year NBA With Richardson out of Bird scored 24 point career, which included four their lineup, the Nets grabbed 18 rebounds and de All-Star appearances is but a faltered, dropping a 116-109 out 13 assists for memory now for the troubled hone loss to the Golden State Celtics. Mo LLac r,_Wriors lsMm tIiC Micheal Ray Richardson. The New Jersey Nets guard has been banned from the NBA after testing positive for cocaine, making Richardson a three-time offender under the League's Drug Agreament. Richardson thus becomes the first active NBA player to be locked out of the league due to drug abuse. Last month, former NBA star John Drew was permanently barred from the league for cocaine use. Drew's currently playing in the Continental Basketball Association. Commissioner David Stern says Richardson may appeal for reinstatement after two years, but that would have to be approved by both the NBA and the Players Association. Meanwhile, the Nets say they will continue to pay for Richardson's drug rehabilitation care. Glimpse Patriot Undergoes Surgery (UPI) -All-pro guard John Hannah of the New England Patriots, underwent re-constiuctive surgery on both shoulders yesterday, and is expected to begin a rehabilitation program in four to six weeks. The Pats also report that defensive back Fred Marion is scheduled for arthroscopic knee surgery today. On the positive side, club officials say veteran quarterback Steve Grogan will not require an operation, despite his long-term fight with tendonitis of the elbow. Anderson Intends To Return (UPI) -A Cincinnati team official says that quarterback Ken Anderson intends to play next season. The 15-year NFL veteran is non-committal, and likely will continue to be until the Bengals decide whether or not reserve quarterback Turk Schonert remains with the club. The Bengals reportedly are looking to trade Schonert, a move that will clear the way for Anderson to resume the number-two position behind Booner EsiDon. Jesse Owens International Amateur Athlete Award (UPI) -Said Aouita of Mbrocco, is the winner of the Jesse Owens International Amateur Athlete Award. Last year, the Moroccan athlete set world records at 1,505 meters. Aouita was honored by an international panel of 200 electors and finished ahead of his British middle-distance runner Steve Cram and Soviet pole vaulter Serguei Bubka. warriors Last n gnt. Joe Barry Carroll scored 25 points for Golden State. The NBA's hottest team continues to be the Milwaukee Bucks. With All-Star guard Sidney Moncrief out with the flu, eight Bucks scored in double figures in a 114-99 romp over the Los Angeles Clippers. That is nine straight wins for the Central Division leaders. Terry Cummings led the balanced Milwaukee attack with 16 points, while Paul Pressey handed out 16 assists. In New York, Larry Bird did it again, pulling off a triple-double in a 91-74 Boston win over the Knicks. ts, ealt the Moses ( aione s season-high 42 points and a 30-point, 15 rebound effort by Charles Barkley sent the Philadelphia 76ers to a 122-108 win over the Chicago Bulls. Alex English scored 41 points, leading the Denver Nuggets to a 112-99 win over Phoenix. Adrian Dantley's 35 poi carried the Utah Jazz to 100-97 decision against Houston. Herb Williams scored 24 for Indiana as the Pacers bounced the Washington Bullets 100-87. The Sacramento Kings won their fifth straight, taking a 102-100 victory against Seattle. Norte Dame whips DePaul (AP) -A couple of Top 20 teams saw action last night. In a battle of Midwestern independents, twelfth-ranked Notre Dame whipped DePaul 70-59, severely damaging the Blue Demons' slim NCAA Tournament hopes. Donald Royal scored a game high 26 points for the fighting Irish, in the process setting a school record by hitting all 16 of his free throws. In Annapolis, Md., nineteenth-ranked Navy blew out Richmond 85-72, as the midshipen captured the Colonial Athletic Association's regular season title. The Middies have won 16 straight at home. To many observers, it is evidence of the strength of the Atlantic Coast Conference, North Carolina has slipped out of the top spot in the Associated Press College Basketball Poll, replaced by fellow ACC member Duke. The Blue Devils scaled the heights following back-toback losses by the Tar Heels last week, and keep in mind, ACC masber Georgia Tech ruled the AP's preseason poll. The Big Eight Conferen champion Kansas Jayhawks h moved up to number-two in poll, with Carolina now third, Georgia Tech fourth and Southeastern Conference champion Kentucky fifth. Slalom skiing master (UPI) -Rok Petrovic proved himself to be the new young master of slalom skiing yesterday by scoring his fourth victory this season at Lillehanmer, Norway. The win means Petrovic will become the first Yugoslavian to win a World Cup Title. Petrovic, who turned 20 three weeks ago, outduelled Sweden's Ingenar Sternuark and was the fastest in both runs. Luxembourg's Mark Girardelli was third. The highest American finisher was Tiger Shaw of Stowe, Vt., in twenty-third place. Itockey standings Wales Conference Patrick Division W L T PTS GE GA Philadelphia 41 16 4 86 261 183 Washington 35 19 5 75 229 209 N.Y. Islanders 29 21 10 68 244, 216 Pittsburgh 29 25 7 65 247 217 R.Y. Rangers 29 26 4 62 210 198 New Jersey 18 38 3 39 217 279 Adams Division Montreal 33 23 6 72 264 208 Quebec 33 25 4 70 252 221 Boston 29 25 7 65 242 225 Buffalo 29 26 66! -216Hartford 28 31 2 58 244 242 Campbell Conference Norris Division Chicago 31 23 8 70 276 262 St. Louis 28 24 8 64 234 224 Minnesota 26 27 9 61 251 244 Toronto 17 37,6 40 234 296 Detroit 12 43 5 29 197 314 Snythe Division Elnonton 42 14 6 90 326 250 Calgary 28 25 7 63 261 236 Los Angeles 20 35 6 46 222 297 Winnipeg 19 37 6 44 222 288 Vancouver 17 33 9 43 210 249 anact (UPI) -Mark O'Meara is the defending champion in the Pebble Beach National Pro-AM, formerly the Crosby, at Pebble Beach, Calif. Can you name the last back-to-back champion in the event? 'rTa atson won the tournament in 1977 and 1978. The Sportsman By Charles Morey Football franchises may be assembled anywhere. theory that if you lose bi expensive, but talk is cheap. Why all this boasting? you have to think big. A lot of money has been Well, you may say Jim Kelly The coach and general expended in operating the is a big reason. Herschel manager of the Utah Jazz, Houston Gamblers and New Walker is another. Doug Frank Layden, says the cost Jersey Generals the last few Flutie is a smaller factor, important thing in pro years. Now they have been in more ways than one. basketball is a good center. merged and will operate as The Generals are saying The hardest thing to find, he the New Jersey Generals. They that there will be added, is a good point guard. will have a large payroll competition for the starting He found one when his son, when the United States quarterback job between Scott, an assistant coach for Football League begins its Kelly, the fastest gun in the Utah, saw an unsung player first fall campaign this West, and Flutie, the named John Stockton in a year. smallest shooter in the East. college All-Star game two That is six months off, but Most observers of the pro years ago. the Generals already are football scene doubt the He informed his father leading the USFL in bragging competition will last for about the sharp playmaker who and are even threatening the long. was virtual unknown. NFL. This fall, although it is The Jazz drafted Stockton The president of the by no means a certainty. and, last year, Layden us Generals, Jerry Argovitz, was There were rumors a week or John in 82 regular sea on New York television two ago that Walker, the big games and 10 playo recently with this statement boomer at running heck, would contests. designed to ruffle some fur move to the Dallas Cowboys. Although Stockton in Chicago, "We could score Trump, who pays his salary, demonstrated excellent ball40 to 50 points on the says there is no way. Dallas handling ability, he shot Chicago Bear defense." seems resigned to playing very little. That was Since the Generals will not this fall without Herschel. discussed in the off-season. have to try, it was easy to A recant report had it that The results, his scoring say. It was just a little USFL owners have lost a totel average is up from 5.6 points like saying, "I can lick any of $160 million in the last a game in his rookie season man in the bar," when you are three years. Obviously, that to 8.3 now. He is tenth in in a taxi that is rolling cannot last much longer. The the league in assists, with swiftly away. USFL is counting heavily on a eight a game. Owner Donald Trump also got' payoff from its suit against Lyen says that Stockton into the hyperbole act. the NFL, which will begin in has great court sense. He Donald said the current April. The USFL is asking for also has a high scorer to General squad is as good or $1,320,000,000. The league is feed the ball to in the better than any team apparently operating on te talented Adrian Dntley. DayGazetteWednesdayFebruary 26, 1986. -I


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