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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 28, 1983, New Braunfels, Texas UTD°°R£ Deer populations show little change from 1982 Deer hunting prospects for the upcoming season vary widely because of difference in rainfall across the state, repented wildlife of* ficials of the Texas Parks and Wildlife Depart* ment. Big Game Program Director Charles Winkler said habitat conditions for white-tailed deer are as good or better than last year’s in the eastern part of the state but are generally worse in the western part. The season opens Nov. 12 in most counties. Winkler noted that while dry weather is generally bad for deer, it helps hunting because of more deer movement to find food. Here the Central Texas roundups of prospects: Edwards Plateau — Range conditions are good in the heart of the Hill Country deer hunting region. In Llano, Kerr, Kendall, Gillespie and Blanco counties, forage is fairly abundant in the form of acorns and persimmons. Range conditions are also good in Comal and Hays counties. Deer numbers overall are about the same as last year, but fawn crops are down somewhat. Deer condition and antler development are good in this portion of the plateau, but hunting may be tough because of the ready availability of forage. In the western regions, deer counts show declines which probably occurred last winter. Range conditions are still poor, and antler development is expected to be average or below average. South Texas — The South Texas brush country, like the Edwards Plateau, is dry in the west and not quite so dry in the east. Overall body condition is good, but declining in western counties. Range conditions are fair to good in eastern counties but poor in the traditional lag buck counties of Dimmit, LaSalle, Webb and Zapata. Oak Prairie — Deer conditons have remained fairly constant during the last two to three years despite heavy fluting pressure. Weather conditions have been good for growing healthy deer during the summer, and body and antler conditions were better than average. The presence of thick vegetation may serve to reduce hunter success, but a fair acorn crop may force the deer to more around for forage. Fishing Report AUSTIN IAP) Her# it the weekly tithing leport compiled by the Tea** Parks and Wildlife Department AMIS!AD Watei murky m canyons, lake clear 14 feet low bleck bass good to eight pounds on fig and eel and worms, striper good to 21* pounds in the San Pedro arm of the Devils River and dam area cappie scattered oft docks, white bass good with stringers to 67 fish catfish good to five pounds rn baited holes BASTROP Water clear. 79 degrees, normal level black bast good to 2 pounds on spinners and cranks, crappie slow catfish very good to 10 pounds on stink bait with Hotline HHAUNiG Water clear 74 degrees normal level black bass good to five pounds average on spoons, worm and minnows, redtiah excellent to three pounds on tilapia stiver spoons trolling deep crappie slow hybrid striper slow. channel catfish and blue catfish excellent on Hotline and rod and reel baited with thump and mnnows BUCHANAN Water clear. 76 degrees five feet low. black bass good to four and a half pounds on topwaters. striper slow, crappie good at night around brush piles and docks with stringers to 45 fish. white bass slow, cattish good to two pounds on rod and reel near dam CALAVERAS Water clear. 72 degrees one foot low black bass good to eight pound. IO ounces on black worms cranks and bur/ baits striper good to three pounds on stiver spoons clippie slow. channel cattish ta* to one pound on shrimp COlETO CREEK Water slightly murky, 75 degrees, normal level bleck bass good to tour pounds on minnows worms. spinners striper no report crappie average and spotty some stringers to 30 fish while bass no report cattish good to eight pounds on rod and reel CORPUS CHRISTI: Water clear three and a half feet low. black bass slow stupe! slow crappie tau. white baas taa, cattish slow FALCON Water clear, 24 feet low, black bess slow, crappie tau under bridge and high Un# poles white bass good on lower and ne ai dam under buds. cattish good but small FAYETTE Water clear, normal level black bass tau to eight pounds on topwaters crappie no report catfish taw to 20 pounds on tugline MEDINA Water clear 23 feet low all fishing slow TEXANA Water clear, above Highway 9 lake muddy 72 degrees normal level, bicka bass poor. crappie slow catfish escelelnt with good stringers on Hotline baited with night crawlers and shrimp TOLEDO BEND Water clear, 75 degrees normal level, black bass slow and spotty on spinners and RatLtraps striper slow crappie slow white bass slow, catfish slow TRAVIS Water clear. 76 degrees. 15 feet low. black bass good to three pounds on topwaters and plastic worms, striper slow crappie taw rn Pedernaies River arm over brush white bass tau at night under lights at mouth of creeks, cattish fair to 10 pounds WHITNEY Water clear 74 degrees seven feet low black bass poor. striper eicellent to 16* pounds rn good numbers on shiner green figs spoons live bait crappie tau with stringers to 30 fish on minnows, white bass fair to 40 fish per stringer channel catfish good yellow catfish good to 12 pounds, buffalo fish to 24 pounds SALT WATER PORT O CONNOR Redtish good to IO* pounds mainly three to five with larger ones being caught at tattles smaller rn back bays a few specks rn Espuito Santo and San Antonio Bay. good flounder catches from one to five pounds along shorelines in back bays. offshore rough, golden croakers taw around passes live ban available PORT ARANSAS A few reds in the flats to four pounds slow during week specks good to five pounds at night neat to rocks rn bannet* croakers run good with stringers to 30 fish. some 'istttop sans to five pounds from channels flounder tart to five pounds oft piers CORPUS CHRISTI Good nubmer on oversized redtish borh Bot MJti Pier and rn surf on( mullet specks taw m Leg use Madre Leu leut producing good number of school trout on kve shrimp c oak ar slacking off no flounder live bait scarce Standings On the air FRIDAY TELEVISION 6 30 p rn Basketball Atlanta at New Jersey. WTBS 6 30 pm    Basketball    Washington at Philadelphia. ESPN 7pm Boxing. USA 10 pm Boxing. ESPN FRIDAY RADIO 7 40 p m Football Canyon at Lockhart, KNBTFM SATURDAY TELEVISION 8 a rn Basketball Washington at Philadelphia (repeat), ESPN 11 30 a rn Football Teams to be announced. KENS 1 p rn Boxing ESPN 2 30 pm Football Teams to be announced. KSAT 2 30 p m    Basketball    San    Antonio at Houston, KENS 3 p m Wrestling KWEK 4pm Auto racing Formula I South African Grand Prix. ESPN 5 p m Wrestling, WTBS 7pm Football North Carolers State at South Carolina. WTBS 7 30pm Boxing ESPN 10 30 p rn Football T or onto st Edmonton SATURDAY RADIO I 30 p rn Football Tulane at Baylor. KNBT FM Minnesota at St Louis, noon New England st Atlanta noon New Orleans at Buffalo, noon Tampa Bay at Pittsbmgh. noon Baltimore at Philadelphia, noon Dalle i at New York Giants noon Los Angeles Flams at Miami, noon Houston at Cleveland noon Seattle at Los Angeles Bawlers 3pm Kansas City at Denver, 3 p m New York Jets at San Francisco, 3 p n Green Bay st Cincinnati. 3pm Monday . Oct 31 Washington at San Diego. 6pm Basketball Local sports FRIDAY Football Smithson Valley at Boerne 7 30 p rn , Canyon at Lockhart 8pm Lands Rec Center open I pm to 8 p rn SATURDAY Cross country District 13 4 A meet at Fredericksburg Football National Football League At A Glance By The Associated Press American Conference East NBA Season openers Friday s Games Washington at Philadelphia 6 30 p rn Atlanta at New Jersey. 6 35 p rn Boston at Detroit. 6 35 p rn New York at Cleveland 7 05 p rn Indiana at Milwaukee 8 p m Lo* Angeles at Kansas City 7 35 p rn Utah at Denver. 8 40 p rn San Diego at Portland. 9 35 p rn Golden State at Seattle 10pm Saturday $ Game* San Antonio at Houston. 2 30 p rn Washington at New York. 6 35 p rn Philadelphia at Indiana 6 35 p rn Detroit at Atlanta 6 40 p rn Boston at Cleveland 7 05 p rn New Jersey at Chicago, 7 35 p rn Phoenix at Dallas 7 35 p rn Los Angeles at Utah 8 30 p m Denver at San Diego. 9 35 p rn Portland at Golden State 10 OS p rn Sunday 's Games Seattle at Kansas City. I 05 pm Dallas at San Antonio 7pm Hockey National Hockey League At A Glance By The Associated Press Wales Conference Patrick Division Buffalo 5 W 3 L T 0 Pct 625 Pf 146 PA 161 Miami 5 3 0 625 169 133 Baltimore 4 4 0 500 144 176 New England 4 4 0 500 186 165 NY Jets 3 5 0 375 167 172 Central Pittsburgh 6 2 0 750 210 153 Cleveland 4 4 0 500 156 187 Cincinnati 2 6 0 250 136 167 Houston 0 8 0 OOO 133 221 West L A Raiders 6 2 0 750 221 170 Denver 5 3 0 625 126 123 Seen ie 4 4 0 500 185 185 Kansas City 4 4 0 500 158 133 San Diego 3 5 0 375 197 225 Mat tonal Conference East Dana* 7 I 0 875 253 175 Washington 6 2 0 750 267 187 Philadelphia 4 4 0 500 117 145 N Y Grants 2 5 I 313 146 176 St Lour* 2 5 I 313 157 238 Central Minnesota 6 2 0 750 184 184 Green Bay 4 4 0 500 226 233 Detroit 3 5 0 375 164 171 Chicago 3 5 0 375 153 160 Tampa Bay 0 8 0 OOO 129 210 West Sen Francisco 6 2 0 750 248 157 LA Rams 5 3 0 625 187 170 New Orleans 5 3 0 625 182 176 Atlanta 3 5 0 375 172 166 W L T Pts GF GA NY Rangers 9 2 0 18 48 33 Philadelphia 8 2 I 17 51 X NY Isles 4 • 0 • 39 44 Washington 3 7 0 6 22 33 Pittsburgh 2 8 0 4 22 40 New Jersey Adams Dtvisron I 8 0 2 23 43 Quebec 7 4 I 15 66 44 Boston 6 3 1 13 46 28 Butt ak) 5 4 I ll 39 37 Hartford 4 3 I 9 31 X Montreal 4 Campbell Conference Noms Division 5 0 8 x 43 40 Chicago 7 4 0 14 46 X St Lours 6 4 0 12 37 X Toronto 5 4 I ll 51 X Detroit 3 3 2 • 33 37 Minnesota Smyth* Division 3 6 I 7 38 54 Edmonton 7 2 I 15 54 47 Vancouver 4 5 I 9 51 48 Winnipeg 3 5 2 8 36 48 Calgary 3 6 I 7 X 41 Lo* Angeles 2 5 Thursday s Games Philadelphia 4 Quebec 3 2 6 36 39 Sunday s Games Detroit at Chicago, noon Boston at 8 Minnesota I Pittsburgh 4 Chicago 2 Fndays Games Los Angeles at Buffalo 6 35 p rn Toronto at NY Rangers 6 35 pm Winnipeg at Calgary 8 35 p rn Hartford at Vancouver IO 05 p rn Saturday s Games New Jersey at N V islanders 6 05 p rn Quebec at Detroit 6 35 p rn Edmonton at Montreal 7 05 p rn Los Angeles at Toronto 7 05 p m Ph.iedeion*4 at Pittsburgh 7 05 p rn Boston at St Lours 7 35 p rn Washington «t Minnesota 7 35 p rn Krieg, McDonald added to list of NFL backups turned starters By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Dave Klieg of the Seattle Seahawks and Paul McDonald of the Cleveland Browns have will be calling their teams’ signals Sunday as the National Football League begins the second half of the season. They’re the seventh and eighth quarterbacks this year to be elevated from reserve to starting roles — and that doesn't include those who took over when teammates were injured. Kneg, who replaces Jim Zorn, will be facing the Los Angeles Raiders. McDonald, taking over for Brian Sipe, goes against the winless Houston Oilers. They jean Marc Wilson of the Raiders, Gifford Nielsen of the Oilers, Dan Marino of the Miami Dolphins, Steve DeBerg of the Denver Broncos, Jeff Rutledge of the New York Giants and Vince Evans of the Chicago Bears as former benchwarmers-tumed-starters. Sunday’s other games are Tampa Bay at Pittsburgh, Detroit at Chicago, Minnesota at St. Louis, the Los Angelos Rams at Miami, New England at Atlanta, Now Orleans at Buffalo, Baltimore at Philadelphia. Dallas at the Giants, Kansas City at Denver, the New York Jots at San Francisco and Green Bay at Cincinnati Monday night's game is Washington at San Diego. It s Krieg’s second shot aa tho starter for Seattle. Last year, in tho two games before tho strike, Jack Patera gov* him the Job. Then, during tho strike, Paten wan Brod. And after it, Zorn was back as No. I, the role he’d held since the inception of the franchise in 1976. Last weekend against Pittsburgh, Krieg came off the bench to help produce 21 points in the second half of the Seahawks' 27-21 lo**. “You learn by watching (but) that’s rather difficult,” he said. “You’d rather learn by doing. I really want to do well... I'll go along with whatever we can do to get in the playoffs. The week before the loss to the Steelers. Seattle beat the Raiders 36-36, a game which finally cost Jim Plunkett his job as the Raiders' starter. Wilson took over last Sunday night and threw three touchdown passes in LA’s 49-38 victory over previously unbeaten Dallas. McDonald said he’s “excited, apprehensive, nervous and all those things that go along with being named the starter. I’m going to go out and do the best possible job I can and take advantage of the situation.” He got the job because “Sipe has a very tired arm,” Cleveland Coach Sam Rutigliano said. “It’s a decision that we had to make because he’s got too much courage — he’s too competitive to make it himself.” He said as soon as Sipe is rested, he will start again. "Hopefully, he will be ready in a week or two or whatever. But whenever it’s ready, he’ll be our starting quarterback,’’ Rutigliano said. Sipe has had 17 passes intercepted, six of them by Pittsburgh two weeks ago. TIM Steelers, who have rolled up a 6-2 record and a two-game lead over the Browns in the American Conference’s Central Division with Cliff Stoudt at quarterback in place of injured Terry Bradshaw, aim to hand Tampa Bay its ninth loss of the year. The Bucs, too, have had quarterback problems. They lost their starter of the past five years, Doug Williams, to the United States Football League’s Oklahoma Outlaws and his successor, former Cincinnati backup quarterback Jack Thompson, is near the bottom of the National Conference passing charts. a The Bears, beaten 31-17 by Detroit two weeks ago, hope to avenge not only that score but Eddie Murray's fake field goal that quarterback Eric Hippie ran for a touchdown in that game. Chicago Coach Mike Ditka was so incensed at the time that he told one of the rookies on the special team to go after Murray on the kickoff That matter is being reviewed by NFL Commissioner Pete Roselle. The Cardinals play again at home, the scene of lait Monday night s fiasco, the 2b-20 overtime tie against the Giants in which Ned O’Donoghue failed three tunes to luck a game-winning field goal. In Miami, Dan Marino, the AFC’s passing leader, is matched against Rams' quarterback Vince Ferragamo, who threw five TD passes in a losing effort against San Francisco last Sunday. LA rookie runner Erie Dickerson is only five yards away from becoming the league’s first 1,009-yard gainer of the season and the first since IOU. Freeman McNeil of the Jets was the leader with 706 yards in last year’s strike-abbreviated season Palmer seeks free-agent status BALTIMORE (AP) — Although Jim Palmer of the Baltimore Orioles has Bled for free agent status, the 36-year-old righthander will likely stay with the reigning world champions for at least one more season, his agent says. Baltimore attorney Ron Shapiro said he and the three-time Cy Young Award winner are continuing to negotiate with the Orioles and are “close to an agreement. ’ ’ Palmer, who became the 38th player to file with the Major League Players Association for the Nov. 7 re-entry draft, took the action only as an "important defensive measure in case negotiations broke down." Shapiro said Top 20 matchups highlight college games By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS The West Virginia Mountaineers journey to the Orange Bow) Saturday with the idea of securing another trip to that stadium early next year. The 12th-ranked Mountaineers face seventh-rated Miami this weekend in a game which could determine the opponent for the Big Eight champion in the Orange Bowl Jan. 2. While the prospect of a possible matchup with top-ranked Nebraska wouldn’t seem a sane objective, both teams are anxious to solidify their position at the top of the list of college football independents West Virginia comes off its first loss of the season, a 41-23 thrashing by Penn State. Miami, 7-1, hasn’t lost since its season opener against Florida. "We're going to have to play a much better football game defensively than we did against Penn State," said West Virginia defensive coordinator Dennis Brown. “A lot of questions that came up after the Penn State game defensively have to be answered Saturday against Miami.” West Virginia defenders missed 28 tackles against Penn State The other frontrunner for a berth in the Orange Bowl is third-ranked North Carolina. 7-0. The Tar Heels also have a Top 20 opponent on tap Saturday when they travel to Maryland, 6-1 and ranked 12th. The winner moves to the top of the Atlantic Coast Conference race Since the ACC has no direct affiliation with any bowl, both North Carolina and Maryland will be coveted teams when the selections are made in three weeks. Also, fourth-ranked Auburn entertains No. 5 Florida in a key Southeastern Conference tilt. No. 6 Georgia is at home to Temple before meeting Florida and Auburn in the next two weeks. Whichever team emerges* on top from that three-week period will be the favorite for the host spot in the Sugar Bowl In the Big Ten. No. 8 Michigan is at No. 9 Illinois. The Wolverines and Illini are the only conference teams with fewer than two Big Ten losses — they’re both unbeaten in conference play. Elsewhere, it's No. IO Southern Methodist at Texas AAM; No. ll Washington at UCLA in an important Pacific IO game: 14th-ranked Oklahoma hosting Kansas; Utah State at No 15 Brigham Young; Wisconsin at No. 16 Ohio State; 17th-rated Iowa at home against Indiana, and Mississippi State at No. 18 Alabama, and Notre Dame, which is tied with Boston College for the 19th spot in the rankings, entertaining Navy The BC Eagles take on Penn State at Foxboro, Mass Bl ll.DINGS Bl ll.DIM*** Bill IHM. s Prices Go Up Nov. 1st. Buy Now & SAVE! lf you have been thinking seriously about buying a portable building Now Is The Time! All Types b Sues From 6 *6 to 14 k40 You Do Not Nave To Take Call Or Come By And We Will Work Out A Plan a PORTABLE "Serving Texas for 19 Years' 94 Nrn MAUNFfLS ANO THI CANYON LANI AKIA FOO 4 YI AXS Moo -Fri 9 am 5 30 pm Tm w. 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