Berl Bernhard: Senior partner and president of a prominent Washington, D.C., law firm. Served as general counsel and member of the board of directors of the Washington Star Newspaper Co. and special counsel to the Democratic National Committee. Was presidential campaign manager for Edmund Muskie in 1972 and senior adviser to the Secretary of State. Earned a degree from Yale Law School. Boston Breakers
George Matthews: General partner of the Matthews Group, a limited-partnership holding company with diversified interests. He also serves as chairman of the board of Nuclear Metals, Inc. in West Concord, Mass., and FF Industries Corp. of Puerto Rico. A native of Boston, he is a trustee of Northeastern University.
Randy Vataha: An outstanding pass receiver at Stanford and in the NFL with Green Bay and New England. Was the Patriots' player representative in 1975 and '76. Now president of of LMV, Inc., a company that owns and manages recreational facilities throughout the Northeast. New Jersey Generals
J. Walter Duncan Jr.: Founder and principal owner of Walter Duncan Oil Properties, a leading oil and gas-producing company located in Oklahoma City. Serves as member on board of directors of Liberty National Bank in Oklahoma City and the Marquette Cement Co. of Nashville.
Chuck Fairbanks: A successful coach at the University of Oklahoma and with the New England Patriots before going to the University of Colorado. Also will serve as coach. Philadelphia Stars
Myles Tanenbaum: Executive vice president of Kravco, Inc., a major developer and manager of shopping centers and other commerical real estate. Director of the Atlantic City Racing Association. Graduated cum laude with a law degree from the University of Pennsylvania. Tampa Bay Bandits
John Bassett: President of Amulet Pictures, Ltd., a producer of motion pictures. Served as chief executive officer of Memphis in the World Football League plus Toronto and Birmingham of the World Hockey Association. Has numerous real estate and business interests.
Stephen Arky: President of a law firm with offices in Tampa, Orlando and Miami. Member of board of directors of Great American Banks, Inc., Founders Financial Corp., and the Insurance Exchange of Americas, Inc. Birmingham Stallions
Marvin Warner: Chairman and chief executive officer of ComBanks Corp and Great American Banks, Inc., of Orlando and Miami. Owner of Warnerton Farms, a thoroughbred breeding and racing operation, and a principal owner of Warner National Corp., a financial holding company. Appointed ambassador to Switzerland in 1977. Also served as a member of the U.S. delegation to the United Nations. Chicago Blitz
Dr. Ted Deitrich: A cardiovascular surgeon and founder and director of the Arizona Heart Institute in Phoenix. Has lectured to NFL teams, coaches and owners on heart disease.
George Allen: Successful NFL coach and general manager at Washington and Los Angeles. He will also serve as coach and his son, Bruce, will be general manager. Detroit Panthers
Peter Spivak: Former judge, now counsel to a law firm in Detroit. A trustee of New Detroit, Inc. Earned a law degree at Northwestern. Arizona Wrangler
Jim S. Joseph: President of Interland Corp, a real estate development, management and construction company in San Mateo, Calif. Director of the Jewish Welfare Federation of San Francisco. Los Angeles Express
Bill Daniels: Described in many national publications as "The Father of Cable Television." Former president of the National Cable Television Association. Through his company in Denver, he is credited with developing the cable industry within the media. He was a candidate for governor of Colorado in 1974.
Alan Harmon: President of a Denver-based cable television operator with 20 systems in seven states. Former vice president of Daniels & Associates. Denver Gold
Ron Blanding: President of Blanding & Co., a leading Denver-based commerical real estate development and construction firm. Also, president of the Colorado Athletic Clubs. Oakland Invaders
Thaddeus Taube: Chairman of Taube Associates, Inc., a diversified real estate investment, development and management company in Belmont, Calif. Involved in industrial and commerical real estate operations throughout the West. Served as chairman and chief executive officer of Koracorp Industries Inc. until its merger with Levi Strauss in 1979.