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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 2, 1987, New Braunfels, Texas Gooden denies drug use during 1986 season NEW Owlght who continually has denied he used drugs during the 1986 was confronted about possible cocaine use last July by the players according to a published The New York Daily News reported Thursday that the New York Mets pitcher confirmed he met with of ficials from the Major League Baseball Players Association last July and discussed the But Gooden dented then and still denies he used cocaine last saying lie only used the drug before and after the 1986 when the Mets won the World The Mets are convinced Gooden has not told the truth about his drug the newspaper He obviously lied to the News quoted an unnamed club Were convinced now that he was on Scoreboard drugs during last but he continues to deny He says he used the stuff before last season and after last the club official Could he have Just stopped Opening Day Thats hard to He did appear shocked when we told him he tested positive for cocaine during spring Maybe that was because he was surprised he was Drugplagued Hoyt returns to White Sox CHICAGO AP LaMarr plagued by a series of drug problems in recent will return to the scene of his glory days with the Chicago White and winner of the Cy Young Award in 1983 when he helped pitch the White Sox to the American League West agreed in prin cipal on Wednesday to terms of a new contract with his former team after clearing waivers following his release from the San Diego terms of the contract will be fofmalteed this Weekend when Hoyt will meet with White Sox But Hoyt will be paid mainly through his million contract with the which runs through Himes indicated Hoyt would not pitch for the White Sox this Williamssentenced Ellis charges dropped HOUSTON Seattle Supersonics guard Kevin Williams was fined and placed on a years probation and charges against teammate Dale Ellis were dropped in connection with a nightclub altercation in was fined and placed on deferred adjudication probation by County Criminal Court Judge Neel Williams had been charged with resisting arrest after he allegedly struck the assistant manager of the Ocean Club on May If Williams completes the terms of his his record will be On the air THURSDAY a m Wimbledon Womens semifinal 1 p m Womens semifinal KMOL 4 WimbledonWomens semifinal HBO tape dsfayedl Arena Football Chicago Bruisers vs Pittsburgh 9 rn Auto Racing USAC Midgets frorn ESPN FRIDAY 10am Tennis Mens semifinal KMOL 3pm Baseball San Francisco nl Chicago 635 St Louis Catcinals vs Atlanta Transactions Local sports New Texas July Briefly FRIDAY pm 8pm Soccer Golf Level tryouts QI youths 15 16 ami 17 HEB By The Associated Press BASEBALL American League CHICAGO WHITE SOX Announced that LaMarr has agreed to terms and will be assigned to Bedch o the Florida Stale SEATTLE MARINERS Placed Scott on the 15 day disabled list raiOactive June 24 Purchased contract of from Calgary o Pacific Coast Leaguo Granzin aces at Lees Mark Granzin aced the 6 hole at Lees Par 3 using a pitching wedge on the 90yard Granzin was playing with partner Jeff It was the third holeinone at the course and the second one at the sixth Volleyball clinic offered Phyllis Fowler will lead two sessions of a volleyball clinic at the Canyon Middle School The first session runs July 1317 and the second session is scheduled for July Both sessions run Monday through Friday from 9 until The cost is and includes a Any nonvarsity player may Registration is now under way at the CISD Office and will also take place on the first morning of both For more information please call 6296205 or Officiating classes offered The New Braunfels Parks and Recreation Department along with Campos and Jesse Garcia will offer the following officiating clinics for youths ages 612 a soft ball clinic July a basketball clinic July a football clinic 1014 and a soccer clinic Each session has a cost of per child and each session will run from 10 until noon Monday through The goal each session is to teach young people the awareness of good fundamental play and fundamental There will be some classroom For more contact Charlie Sandberg at 625 Basketball basics July 612 A basketball sponsored by New Braunfels ISD Community will run July The course will teach fundamentals of including rebounding and Session which is for students in grades will be at Memorial Primary from 3 until 4 Session for grades will be at New Braunfels Hitfh School from until 6 Th instructors are Chris Douglas and David Tuition is For more information or to please call 620 Locals fare well in Luting Gary Vaughan and Fernando Gutierrez shot a twoday score of 130 to take first place in the championship flight of the Luling WatermelonT hump Golf Tournament on In second place at 135 was the team of Leonard Tuch and Roger Douglas Don Tiller and Gary Spitzer took third place in the First Tiller was closest to the hole on 1 and Tuch was closest on Hal Hoffman had the longest drive of 295 Landa Park sets golf tourneys The Landa Park Golf Course has announced six tournaments for the The monthly Guys and Dolls tournament will begin at 9 on July A junior clinic will run July 2024 from 9 until The program is open to youths 1018 and will cost tf 1 0 The Mens City Championship will be played over two July 2526 and The Ladies City Championship will be played the second 1 along with the Mens The Junior City Championship is scheduled for 9 14 for players The Tournament will be played For details on any of these call the Golf Pro Shop at Royals camp in Kerrville The Kansas City Royals baseball team is holding a free agent tryout camp for players ages 1621 on July 3 at 9 at Schriener College in American Legion players must have a release form signed by their coach or post All players should bring their own in cluding All players must pay their own ex For more contact Terry Wetzell of the Royals at 713 2407542 or Coach Bob Henry at Schriener College at New policy to curb public drawing winner noshows iimiimiimi By CHALRIE PARSONS Outdoors Writer All of you have read of the many fishing opportunities offered by the Texas Parks and Wildlife Department in their public Hunts have been held for various species including mule whitetail deer and turkey to name just a Statistics have shown that 31 percent of hunters chosen by to appear as thereby causing many truly in terested sportsmen to miss the chance o In an effort to reduce this high number of people failing to show some new guide lines will be implemented ths Hunters will now be allowed to list second and third choices of hunt dates in stead of being assigned a hunting deadlines for submitting the very nominal fees charged for the management areas will be If the fees are not received by the deadline another drawing uill be held to select replacement There is one If a hunter selects three dates for a particular Management Area and all three of those dates are the hunter will not be allowed to hunt at As an Herb who heads the public hunting program If a person is really serious about hunting on a management he will not ask for a specific but will accept any date we This makes a whole bunch of sense to Also mentionable is the fact that the standby which allows hunters to arrive at Management Area headquarters in the hope of taking the place of a will in effect if A new public information booklet with more than 50 pages containing dates for hunts on each Wildlife Management Area along with maps and check station will be available on They may be obtained by writing the Public Hunt Coor dinator at the Texas Parks and Wildife 4200 Smith School TX Check into it because there are some great areas and opportunities available at very reasonable Fishing Report CENTRAL HAS HOC S6 riorumi bUO SO t t fxvirxls on SMJ Otvirf 5 Mcfvi tat tn IB VifliM hyOfrtl irOVf r flt iJOW cattish to i w f juiy rjt GAlVESTCMi 30 nin oriije at Scutri Jttthes of s s a few ut MisaM m tfl ML ION Wjlt ler i QtKnl tn 3 5 xHtml lArVJt u lvvt ar ij with stiiVbAt IVM BUCHANAN Water clear 78 tlriKti Oinul hdiS fair ro 4 pounds tf tfif wtlcuvs or lurpe tjjii flood to 12 taty alorxj sandy shoreluus KKd MriitjH early arxl H fr PeaH I Gruije in than 10 Itel o hriei fatten iln ruitliniS to t8 Iu rvr jnieh arid cutbau CANYON Water clear 76 degrees 25 feel black bans slow striper hm to 23 pounds on ihad tn 26 feat of 8 10 pound ttripur crappre flow whito batt low catfiih good with an twnrage ot 8 10 poundi on worms on rod and reel troiline good with dough bans Some bum ramps open calf ahead GIBBONS CREfK Wjtir nujilh bdss yoort vith a jixJ nunibw ot slot lew krrpers above 21 incncs on with limits on minnows eorly in 10 ot ratfsh tjthxi tu 5 pounds On shrimp dver stinKtrrfit LBJ Water murky to muddy iliMi up 78 dtxjrtts norrfutl Irvel tidss 3i pounds on bldck in wdlfi diuurtd stnpci IJH in 511 pouiuH on Crjppit wilt itlilyi tlijn 15 fibb tin rninnowi and blun jiys IMSS good wiU strings to 45 list nn Bombri SluKl cranks good on trollmrs tu 2tl with cutbdit and TRAVIS Watur cltai 82 Ijkt 4 feet black bass fairly ijood to 3j pounds on Shad early 4 worms and live crawfish latei in thf day in 25 fiui ol water striper slow trappm Alutc las catfish slow gastjeiuou fairly guod on livf crawfish to 7 pounds WHITNEY Water 81 I foot high black bass good to 3 pounds on plastic worms and striper good to 15 pounds on shad and crappie fairly good on white bass cattish good to on Hotlines bailed with perch and minnows to 20 fish per blue and yellow cattish fairly good to 10 pounds on trotline with worms and Good numbers of fishermen on Most camping space will be filled over the weekend due to Willie Nelsons picnic east ol COASTAL SABINE LAKE fair to 5 pounds on dead shrimp south ol Siewis Island and near East Pass scarcu but some around the a few specks in the lake but not enough to go looking for good numbers of flounder to 2 pounds average along the shore one boat caught 42 flounder at the mouth of Sabine also some around Stewts Island some good catches of croakers fair numbers ot drum to 4 pounds in Banovy Channel Heavy thundeistorms kept fishermen away from upper lake midweek CXks alfXg ttA trout to portals t trt vaster siirii lui lot ut ts wdtrr ianUv tplftops O 4 H rurjhr li Ij i king U 40 a tew to 60 uvudl PORT OCONNOR HI 6 lWiits lu 3 jHl jt thw Ci Jt Bid bcjutitul t fifnp at f0 twf tjudrt S6 p PALAClOS Mfavy tains iinltiiii th catches tGm tas yti riiu 3 good nurnbiMi ot unuV h ts tor rt its o leds vf live Flrunditr still fresh and frtsh srinnip and tnuiUt on Matagoidrt on fjint iivtyuinij wlh tiir jnd aKMuj ta sJiuic tints htlow 3 ptundi aniy ItaH bait shrimp scitice due to fiesh yiggmg the dark moon to 1 pdurnls wiltstrings to 35 fish an blai k ilium to 30 on Uve uab idujt tioni Cty Pioi Sirif ottshyiy ROCKPORT Rudtiih good lo 30 inch limits in Redfish Bay around Mud Island on finger mullet tiuut ytiCKt to 4 on y tllow worms rtit taili aiound Huij Istnul and Bunns Hole leitlist arouiHl Dagflc anil Ransom Island to rnori than 30 inches live bait available at pr luJH ALjtlier tirar MmKvcek toltOvVUKj varl the day POH1 AHANSAS Redfisli HI sltjwei than last week in the 2025 inch rarnje tw live shrimp and perch in lyilia Ann Channel Mud Island trout guod tu 8 mosty in the 5 pound range m the Corpus Christ Bay area on five kinttdsh uu reasing iri numbei to 21 pounds within 2 miles of live bait shrimp available at 57 per quart Horace Cakiwell Pier producing a good number ot cattish to three otherwise fishing slow CORPUS CHRIST Reddsh some from Balliu Bay and but with some keepers in the Laguna Madre only about a Quarter ot the trout were big enough to a tew scattered flounder to 4 pounds in the Laguna no hot good numbers of sandtrout to 1 pounds in thtt south end of Corpus live bail very scarce and probably will be or the next 6 weeks PORT MANSFIELD ReOftsh good to 30 inches With good numbers of limits north of the East wading in the flats has been very productive with gold and silver Cotdgll Redfins good numbers ot trout with good numbers of limns with live bait from the East Cut to the Land Cut as well as in the Land sevuial 8 and 9 pound trout brought in offshore producing good numbers of limits of king to 58 pounds just off the jetties live bait shrimp plentiful at per SOUTH PADRE Redfish spotty to 1 0 with no limits tisli are good but fishermen have to GREAT AMERICAN CELEBRATION Gas Saving Steel Belted Radial Auto Tires America is full of great places to visit by car Historical Theme parks Wilderness and adventure Family and But before you check your tires and these low Then go with con fidence and enjoy your Gas Saving Steel Belted Custom Poly steel Radial rticJ saewaf var Aiifs noi iHl hrtfS tue WHITEWAU LOW PRICE With Old LOW PRICE With Old Tire P205 I Save On Our Most Popular Sizes Of Light Truck Tires Tracker IT 52 70014 Load Range C No The strength ul long wearing nylon cord The dependability of lugged bias ply construction Flat tread contour 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