New Braunfels Herald Zeitung, July 4, 1985, Page 9

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New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas ■ted Sox snap streak with Milwaukee rout y THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Left-hander Bruce Hurst held the ilwaukee Brewers to five hits ednesday as the Boston Red Sox ided a four-game losing streak with 9-0 victory. Hurst, 4-7, walked one batter and ruck out a career-high IO in .sistering his first complete game f the season. The Red Sox pushed across five nearned runs on four hits in the ii rd inning off starter Danny ►arwin, 6-0. They loaded the bases rhen Glenn Hoffman walked, Steve ,yons doubled and Marty Barrett, rho had four hits, reached first on iarwin’s fielding error. Darwin struck out Dwight Evans, ut walked Boggs to force in Hoff-nan with the first run. Jim Rice ollowed with a sacrifice fly and Bill Buckner stroked a bloop double to eft to make it 3-0. Mike Easier then hit a two-run ingle to give the Red Sox the 5-0 ead. Howe given jnconditional release LOS ANGELES (AP) - Pitcher teve Howe, saying he could “not ffectively handle many of the •ressures" he feels playing in Los ingles, was unconditionally pleased Wednesday by the Dodgers Howe. who had been suspended for he 1984 season because of cocaine ibu.se. mysteriously was absent for ast Sunday’s game against the Xtlanta Braves. He and his attorney, Jim Hawkins, met with Dodgers officials Monday morning, but there was no explanation from either side why Howe missed the game Hawkins did say, however, that Howe had passed a drug test administered Monday. American League By Th* Associated Press East Division W L Pct. GB Toronto    47    30    .610    — Detroit    42    31    575    3 New York    39    35    530    6V4 Baltimore    38    35    521    7 Boston............. 39    37    513    7 Milwaukee    35    38    480    IO Cleveland    24    50    324    21 Wast Division California .......... 42    33    560    — Oakland    40    35    533    2 Kansas City    38    36    .514    3* Chicago ........... 36    36    500    4W Seattle ............ 37    38    .493    5 Minnesota    34    39    .466    7 Texas ............. 29    47    382    13W Wednesday's Games Toronto 3. New York 2, IO innings Boston 9. Milwaukee 0 Seattle at Chicago. In) Detroit at Baltimore. In) Cleveland at Minnesota. In) California at Texas In) Oakland at Kansas City. In) Today's Games Minnesota (Butcher 5-7! at New York (Guidry 9^ 3), (n) Chicago (Burns 7-6) at Cleveland (Blyleven 7-7), (n) Milwaukee 'Haas 7 31 at Seattle (Moore 6-4). In) Detroit (Terrell 9 3) at Texas (Hooton 3-2), In) Baltimore ID Martinez 6 5) at Kansas City (Black 5 8). In) Boston (Boyd 9-6) at California Hugo 3 11. In) Toronto (Lamp 5-0) at Oakland iBirtsas 4 2) In) Friday • Games Chicago at Cleveland. Ini Minnesota at New York n) Detroit at Texas, In) Baltimore at Kansas City (nl Boston at California, tm Milwaukee at Seattle in) Toronto at Oakland tm National League By The Associated Proas East Division W L Pct GB St. Louis ............ 44    30    595    — Montreal ............ 44    33    .571    1 ’A Chicago ............ 39    34    .534    4% New York............ 39    35    .527    5 Philadelphia.......... 33    41    446    11 Pittsburgh............ 25    48    342    18V4 West Division Ssn Diego............ 45    31    592    - Los Angeles ......... 40    34    541    4 Cincinnati............ 39    36    527    5 Houston............ 39    38    506    6    'A Atlanta.............. 34    41    453    IO    Vi San Francisco......... 28    49    364    17 VS Wednesday's Games Chicago at Philadelphia, (n) Pittsburgh at New York, In) Today's Games Ssn Diego (Show 6-51 at Pittsburgh (Rhoden 5 7) Sen Francisco (Laskay 1-10) st Chicago (Trout 7-3) Cincinnati (Soto 8-7) at Philadelphia (Gross 6 7) Los Angeles (Honeycutt 5-7) at St Louts (Andujar 13-3). (n) New York (Aguilera 1-2) at Atlanta (Mahler 11- 7). In) Montreal (Smith 9-3) at Houston (Knepper 8-4). In) Friday's Games San Francisco at Chicago San Diego at Pittsburgh, (n) New York at Atlanta. In) Cincinnati it Philadelphia, tm Los Angeles at St Louis In) Montreal at Houston, (n) Dodgers’ Executive Vice President Fred Claire, explaining the club’s decision to release Howe, said in a prepared statement:    "After carefully considering all options, we have concluded that this is the best course of action for all concerned. "We were advised by Howe and his representative. Jim Hawkins, that Steve does not feel that he can any longer handle the pressure of playing in Los Angeles and that he currently is unable to perform.” “I have found it necessary to advise the Dodgers that I could not effectively handle many of the pressures I have here rn the Los Angeles area,” Howe said. “Los Angeles is full of my friends and supporters. Regretfully, I daily encounter situations which cause me deep pain. TANK MCNAMARA' by Jeff Millar & Bill Hinds Fishing report AUSTIN (AP) Here is the fishing report compiled by the Parks and Wildlife Department for Thursday, July 4, 1985 CENTRAL BASTROP: Water clear, normal level; black bass good to three pounds trolling deep; hybrid striper slow; crappie slew; catfish fair to five pounds on juglines BUCHANAN: Water clear, 79 degrees four feet low; black bass good to 4 Vi pounds on chartreuse and white spinners; striper good to six pounds on yellow and black Hellbenders in Rocky Point area, white bass good to 30 fish per string on plastic minnows early and late; crappie slow catfish good to 1 Vt pounds in good numbers on worms on upper end of lake FAYETTE Water clear, 82 degrees normal level; black bass fair to six pounds on plastic worms, catfish fairly good; crappie good in good numbers. GIBBONS CREEK Water clear 2’i feet low black bass fairly good but not many keepers over 21 inches, catfish very good to 12 pounds on rod and reel with juglines, crappie very good to 50 fish per string; only about 40 boats per day during week, capacity on weekends LBJ; Water murky, 80 degrees, normal level: black bass good to three pounds on black worms striper good to 4 pounds on white jigs white bass good with good numbers on topwaters catfish good to 2 Ii pounds on shad SOMERVILLE Water clear, normal level, black bass slow to three pounds on spinners striper fairly slow, crappie fair early on figs and minnows in deep water, white bass good but small, catfish fairly good to I Vi pounds on tropine and rod and reel with shrimp TRAVIS Water clear 82 degrees eight feet low black bass very good to four pounds on chrome topwaters smoke grubs strawberry worms smallmouth fair to two pounds Gaduaiupe bass good to two pounds 14 ounces on smoke glitter grubs striper good from mid night to around 5 a.rn off lighted docks blue catfish very good to 21 pounds on rod and reel WHITNEY Water clear BO degrees norma level black bass slow white bass good to 60 fish per string striper slow in McCown Valiev area catfish good to four pounds in Cedar Creek ana Fort Park areas on cheese and btoodbait NORTHEAST ATHENS Water clear 76 degrees norma) level black bass stow to six pounds on topwaters and buzz batts early worms good later striper slow crappie picking up with some strings to 40 fish on mihnows white bass slow catfish good at night to Six pounds on catfish bait Sunfish en celtent on crickets with strings to 10O fish BOB SANDLIN Water clear 79 degrees normal level black bass good to five pounds I? ounces on black worms in 20 feet of water crappie slow white bass good on L ii George near dam catfish good to six pounds on trotline with cutbn BRIDGEPORT Water clear 4 t feet low black bass good to 3 Vt pounds off points and weed beds on chartreuse and black and white spinners worms, hybrid striper and white bass still good at Methodist and Boy Scout camps crappie good but small catfish good to IO pounds on trotline with good numbers CADDO Water clear normal evei black bass fa» to two pounds 12 ounces on black worms striper slow crappie fair to two pounds on motsbanks in river bed white bass slow pickerelNew Braunfels Hera\d-Zeitung Thursday, July 4,1985 SA Briefly Softball teams needed in San Antonio Teams are needed for a 16-team I lass A and Class 2A softball tournament in SanAnlonu . The entr> fee is HOO per team Call Hay Guajardo at 676-0218 for more information Schuetzen Verein shoot set for Sunday The New Braunfels Schuetxen Verein will host its annual King and Queen Shoot on Sunday at 2:30 p.m. A general meeting will precede the shout and a picnic will follow the contest Members are asked to bring a covered dish The club will provide the meal and utensils. Membership dues are to be paid at this time 'Learn to swim' class starts Monday A learn to swim class will begin Monday at the luanda Park Olympic 1*001. The first session will start Monday and run until July 19. Times are 8 a.rn to 8 45 a.rn and 8:45 a m. to9:35 a.rn Monday through Friday. Registration is free and takes place on the first day of class. A second session will be offered July 22 through Aug. 2. Golf clinics scheduled A junior golf clinic will be held at the Landa Park Golf Course from July 29 through August 2. The clinic will be held from 8 30 a rn. to IO a m. each day. A ladies clinic is scheduled in September The program will meet on Sept. 9. ll and 13 from 5:30 p m. to 7 p m each day. Five tournaments will be held at the course this month. Tile Elks tournament is on July 9, the Skinners tournament is on July 12 and the Sunday Scramble will Lake plave ion July 14. On July 18 the Guys and Dolls tournament will take place and on July 27, 28 and Aug. 3 and 4 the men’s city ctiampionship tournament is scheduled. im EAGLE GT RADIAL ckw*lime 4—taw se**— Sam 'rf" tA.I .AiCI c P'SS ZUR' 3 I IOC OO S JOO OO PiBt 7(»R 14 3 I Ob OO $318 OO Pi— TOR I* St IO 40 S 331 20 P206 /ORI* *117 SO S35370 P22S J UR I % 11 28 AC S 385 20 P*>t-> BSH It 11 26 95 S 380 85 Pigs BOHM SI IE 40 SJ49 20 p?Os bon *4 SI 20 BS S 382 55 P21S BOR >4 S1223S S 38 7 05 p.>36 bUH'4 $128 40 S 385 20 P.’4*> BORIS SI 37 3S $412 05 P2SS bOH IS S 14 I 75 $425 25 No I IJJ*- needed Local report Canyon Lake Rainy weather has slowed fishing on most of the lake, although the channel catfish are biting good on shrimp or worms at night on shallow-water trotlines, "lf it would quit raining and let the lake clear up, we'd catch a lot of fish,” Jerry Moore said. Report courtesy Canyon Lake Marina. Lake McQueeney The bass and catfish are good for the expert fishermen, but alt other fishing is slow because of the weather. Not many fishermen are out. "I'm wondering of we're ever going to see the Guadalupe turn green again,” a spokesman at the McQueeney Marina said. Report courtesy McQueeney Marina. still biting some, catfish fair to two pounds on shrimp and liver on trotline at night CEDAR CREEK Water slightly murky, BO degrees, normal level: black bass slow, bast early and late, some on topwaters. hybrid striper fair to seven pounds in deepwater near dam; crappie fair, white bass fair early and late off shallow points; channel catfish good to 3 VV pounds drifting; yellow catfish good to 37 pounds on north end of lake CYPRESS SPRINGS Water clear, 86 degrees, normal level, black bass fair to six pounds on black worms and motoroil worms in 15-20 feet of water crappie air in 20 25 feet of water on minnows with strings to 50 fish, catfish real good to 24 pounds on trotline on dog food and cutbait FORK Water clear, 82 degrees normal level; black bass good to 6 is pounds at night with limits on black bluetailed, plum and strawberry worms in 20 25 feet of water at night; crappie real good with strings to IOO fish on minings, blue catfish extremely good to 19 pounds, many good fours and fives channel catfish good to five pounds, bream excellent on crickets and wiggleworms with strings to I OO fish LAKE O THE PINES Water clear. 93 degrees normal level, black bass fair to A VV pounds on frog and Billy Bass lures hybrid striper schooling to three pounds on cranks crappie slow: catfish fair to four pounds on trotlines baited with minnows and worms MONTICELLO Water clear 95 degrees normal level black bass good IO fish over seven pounds this week with largest at 9 j pounds on purple worms blue and dark worms, crappie slow catfish excellent to 12 pounds MOSS LAKE Water slightly murky, 76 degrees normal level black bass fair to four poi lids on live bait Bomber surface lures crappie poor white bass poor catfish good to six pounds on st in* bait minnows and worms MURVAUL Water clear, 78 degrees five inches low black bass good to six pounds. 12 ounces on black and grape worms crappie poor. some near dam catfish good on rod and reel on nightcrawlers and catalpa worms PALESTINE Water clear 75 degrees six in ches above spillway black bass fan to 5 W pounds on plastic worms striper fairly slow crappie stow some in 18 20 feet of water catfish fair to six pounds on rod and reel with catalpa worms RAY HUBBARD Water dear, 86 degrees normal level; black bass fair to 2 VV pounds on topwaters early; striper good to 14 pounds in good numbers crappie spotty some along riprap; white bass good to more than 200 fish per boat midlake on topwaters, catfish fair in one pound drifting. TAWAKONI: Water deer, 70 degrees normal level, bleck bess fair to 6% pounds on topwaters striper fair to four pounds on Bomber spoons, L'il George: crappie fair to IO fish per string in the woods in 40 feet of water; white bass stow; catfish fair to four pounds TEXOMA: Water deer, 79 degrees, normal level; black bass fair to six pounds on Bush Hog spinners; striper excellent to 20 pounds on live bait, trolling Hellbenders, topwaters good later; white bass and crappie slow; catfish excellent to 30 pounds on trotline. jugkne and live bait WELSH Water deer. 100 degrees, normal level; black bass good to seven pounds. 10 ounces on purple and black worms crappie slow catfish stow Walleye stocked in lake Deep, clear Canyon Lake has been stocked with a strain of walleye which are known to exceed 20 pounds in their native Arkansas waters. Texas Parks and Wildlife Department crews placed about 15,000 inch-long walleyes in the 8,000-acre reservoir during late April. 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