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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 4, 1985, New Braunfels, Texas Red Sox snap streak with Milwaukee By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Lefthander Bruce Hurst held the Milwaukee Brewers to five hits Wednesday as the Boston Red Sox ended a fourgame losing streak with a 90 walked one batter and struck out a careerhigh 10 in registering his first complete game of the The Red Sox pushed across five unearned runs on four hits In the third inning off starter Danny They loaded the bases when Glenn Hoffman Steve Lyons doubled and Marty who had four reached first on Darwins fielding Darwin struck out Dwight but walked Boggs to force in Hoff man with the first Jim Rice followed with a sacrifice fly and Bill Buckner stroked a bloop double to left to make it Mike Easlet then hit a tworun single to give the Red Sox the 50 Howe given unconditional release LOS ANGELES AP Pitcher teve saying he could not ffectively handle many of the ressures he feels playing in Los was unconditionally eleased Wednesday by the who had been suspended for he 1984 season because of cocaine mysteriously was absent for ast Sundays game against the Atlanta He and his Jim met with Dodgers officials Monday but there was no ex planation from either side why Howe missed the Hawkins did that Howe had passed a drug test ad ministered Ameri By The Asso Division Toronto League lated Preta W L Pet 47 3Q 3 7 7 10 21 2 3W 454 5 7 League By The Associated East Division W L Louis 44 1V4 454 5 11 1854 4 5 654 1754 Detroit 42 31 34 35 41 48 31 34 35 38 41 37 51 Milwaukee Cn WestDlvlsIc California 42 33 Division San Diego Oakland Kansas City 35 38 Angeles 40 Minnesota 47 Wednesday Toronto Boston Francisco York 10 innings Hlwaukee Seattle at Detroit at Cleveland California Oakland a n In it nl t n Kansas In Minnesot Detroit at Toronto i Games Minnesota Butcher 57 at New York Guidry 9 In Chicago Burns 761 at Cleveland Blyleven n Mllwauke Haas 73 at Seattle Moore n Detroit T rrell 931 at Texas Hooton n Baltimore Martinez 65 at Kansas City Black 11 Boston B yd 96 at California Lugo n Toronto II amp 50 at Oakland IBirtsas n Fridays Games Chicago a I In at New nl Baltimore at Kansas In Boston at n Miiwaukc e at In In Chicago at n Pittsburgh at New n Todays Qames San Diego Show 65 at Pittsburgh Rhoden 5 7 San Francisco Laskey 110 at Chicago Trout 73 Cincinnati Solo 87 at Philadelphia Gross 67 Los Angeles Honeycutt 57 at Louis Andujar In New York Aguilera 12 at Atlanta Mahler 11 n Montreal Smith 93 at Houston Knepper n Fridays Games San Francisco at Chicago San Diego at n New York at In Cincinnati 4t n Los Angeles at n Montreal at n Dodgers Executive Vice President explaining the clubs to release said in a Fred C decision prepar careful have concluded that this is the best i considering all we course cf action for all We were advised by Howe and his Jim that Steve not feel that he can any longer randle the pressure of playing TANK statement After in Los Angeles and that he currently is unable to I have found it necessary to ad vise the Dodgers that I could not effectively handle many of the pressures I have here in the Los Angeles Howe Los Angeles is full of my friends and I daily encounter situations which cause me deep by Jeff Millar Bill Hinds Fishing report AUStIN AP Mere is the fishing report compiled by the Parks and Wildlife Department for July CENTRAL BASTROP Water normal level black bass good to three pounds trolling deep hybrid striper slow crappie slow catfish fair to five pounds on BUCHANAN Water 79 four feet low black bass good to 414 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 114 pounds in good numbers on worms on upper end of FAYETTE Water 82 normal level black bass fair to six pounds on plastic worms catfish fairly good crapple good in good GIBBONS CREEK Water 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 capacity on LBJ Water 80 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 214 pounds on SOMERVILLE Water normal level black bass slow to three pounds on spinners striper fairly slow crappie fair early on jigs and minnows in deep water white bass good but small catfish fairly good to 154 pounds on trotline and rod and reel with TRAVIS Water 82 eight feet low black bass very good to four pounds on chrome smoke strawberry worms smallmouth fair to two pounds Gadualupe bass good to two 14 ounces on smoke glitter grubs striper good from mid night to around 5 off lighted docks blue catfish very good to 21 pounds on rod and WHITNEY Water 80 normal level black bass slow white bass good to 60 fish per string striper slow in McCown Valley area catfish good to four pounds in Cedar Creek and Fort Park areas on cheese and NORTHEAST ATHENS Water 76 normal level black bass slow to six pounds on topwaters and buzz baits 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 ex cellent on crickets with strings to 100 BOB SANDLIN Water 79 normal level black bass good to five 12 ounces on black worms in 20 feet of water crappie slow white bass good on Lil George near dam catfish good to six pounds on trotline with BRIDGEPORT Water 414 feet low black bass good to 314 pounds off points and weed beds on chartreuse and black and white worms hybrid striper and white bass still good at Methodist and Boy Scout camps crappie good but small catfish good to 10 pounds on trotline with good CADDO Water normal level black bass fair lo two 12 ounces on black worms striper slow crappie fair to two pounds on mossbanks in river bed white bass slow pickerel New Braunf els Her July 9A Local report Canyon Lake Rainy weather has slowed fishing on most of the although the channel catfish are biting good on shrimp Or worms at night on shallowwater If it would quit raining and let the lake clear wed catch a lot of Jerry Moore Report courtesy Canyon Lake Lake McQueeney The bass and catfish are good for the expert but all other fishing is slow because of the Not many fishermen are Im won dering of were ever going to see the Guadalupe turn green a spokesman at the McQueeney Marina Report courtesy McQueeney still biting some catfish fair to two pounds on shrimp and liver on trotline at CEDAR CREEK Water slightly 80 normal level black bass best early and 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 314 pounds drifting yellow catfish good to 37 pounds on north end of CYPRESS SPRINGS Water 86 normal level black bass fair to six pounds on black worms and motoroil worms in 1520 feet of water crappie air in 2025 feet of water on minnows with strings to 50 fish catfish real good to 24 pounds on trotline on dog food and FORK Water 82 normal level black bass good to 6Vi pounds at night with limits on black plum and strawberry worms in 2025 feet of water at night crappie real good with strings to 100 fish on minijigs blue catfish extremely good to 19 many good fours and fives channel catfish good to five pounds bream excellent on crickets and wiggleworms with strings to 100 LAKE 0 THE PINES Water 93 normal level black bass fair to 414 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 MONTICELLO Water 95 normal level black bass 10 fish over seven pounds this week with largest at 9 pounds on purple blue and dark worms crappie slow catfish excellent to 12 MOSS LAKE Water slightly 76 normal level black bass fair to four pounds on live Bomber surface lures crappie poor white bass poor catfish good to six pounds on minnows and MURVAUL Water 78 five inches low black bass good to six 12 ounces on black and grape worms crappie some near dam catfish good on rod and reel on nightcrawlers and catalpa PALESTINE Water 75 six in ches above spillway black bass fair to 514 pounds on plastic worms striper fairly stow crappie some in 1820 feet of water catfish fair to six pounds on rod and reel with catalpa RAY HUBBARD Water 86 normal level black bass fair to 214 pounds on topwaters early striper good to 14 pounds in good numbers crappie some along riprap white bass good to more than 200 fish per boat midlake on topwaters catfish fair in one pound TAWAKONI Water 70 normal level black bass fair to 654 pounds on topwaters striper fair to four pounds on Bomber Lil George crappie fair to 10 fish per string In the woods In 40 feet of water white bass slow catfish fair to four TEXOMA Water 79 normal level black bass fair to six pounds on Bush Hog spinners striper excellent to 20 pounds on live trolling topwaters good later white bass and crappie slow catfish excellent to 30 pounds on jugline and live WELSH Water 100 normal level black bass good to seven 10 ounces on purple and black worms crappie slow catfish Walleye stocked in lake clear Canyon Lake has been stocked with a strain of walleye which are known to exceed 20 pounds in their native Arkansas Texas Parks and Wildlife Department crews placed about inchlong walleyes in the acre reservoir during late The lakes water is not cold enough for the fish to reproduce which requires periodic Biologists hope the Arkansas fish will eventually provide a larger fish for the lakes growing number of walleye Read James Kilpatrick commentary in the HvraldZeitung BVOB July 6th By Jay Eric and the Blieders Creek If oil For Reservations s available Call Softball teams needed in San Antonio Teams are 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