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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - November 6, 2001, New Braunfels, Texas November 2001 Page 3H Nearly 40 million watched Game 7 most for baseball since 1991 NEW YORK AP Near ly 40 million people watched Game 7 of the World the largest TV audience for baseball in 10 Foxs broadcast of the Ari zona Diamondbacks 32 vic tory over the New York Yan kees to win the championship Sunday night drew a preliminary national rating and 34 making it the mostwatched telecast in the networks history outside of NFL The rating is the percent age of the countrys mil lion TV households tuned to a Share is the per centage of homes with TVs in The which Arizona won with a tworun rally in the bottom of the ninth inning to end New Yorks streak of three straight drew more than twice as many viewers as Sunday nights Emmy Awards show on the World Series averaged a rating and 25 26 percent higher than the recordlow for the 2000 Subway Series between the Yankees and which generated little TV interest outside of New One of how the proliferation of cable and satellite TV has changed viewers habits is that only one other World Series the Yankees fourgame sweep of the San Diego Padres in with a average drew lower ratings than this An estimated million people were tuned to Fox at any given time during Sun days Only three TV programs were watched by more people in 2001 the Super Bowl 1 with the premier of Sur vivor which followed Uu Super Bowl on 28 and the Academy Awards Its also the biggest aver age audience for a baseball game since million tuned in for the lOinninc Game 7 of ho 1991 World Series between the Minneso ta Twins and Atlanta 1B small clean rope and plastic Place these supplies in a small backpack along with other gear such as a grunt call and rattlin To butcher the be pre pared with freezer bags and an ice chest full of An additional ice chest with ice will be needed for the hide and deer head to keep it sepa rate from the clean When skinning the remem ber to keep the hide from getting v wet in melting Double bag the hide and head to keep it Keep it cool and get it to a taxidermist as soon as If using a meat only I field dressing the game is To save choose a meat proces sor before the Get the game to the processor as quickly as Knowing how the hunter wants his or her game mounted will help instruct the meat processor on how skin the There is different skinning for different what is best will make the in a beautiful If the hunter knows the pose he or she the taxidermist can advise on how it should be Lists of different types of skinning tech niques are as With small birds and fish chill the trophy as soon as pos Do not try to field dress or skin the Most taxidermists prefer the customer bring the tro phy If a hunter plans on waiting to mount the trophy for whatever rea there are some special things he or she can do to preserve the trophy longer in the The number one killer of trophies in the freezer is freezer When an improperly wrapped bird or fish has the moisture sucked out of it over a peri od of time and the hide dries out to the point that it is rock hard even after it thaws that is freezer This disaster happens every year to many You can pre vent freezer burn with proper pack In properly packaging shoulder mount or lifesize the parts most at risk are the parts with the thinnest the ears and A hunter should roll the deer tightly concealing the thin skin parts deep in the center of the out as much of the air as tightly roll up inside a heavy plastic bag doubling and tripling the Tie off or use tape to insure the bag is airtight and it will not come open inside the It also is advisable to put a tag with the date you put it in the To package fold the head and feet under the wings wrap it tightly in a sock or pushing out as much air as Then tightly wrap inside a heavy plastic bag tripling and sealing it Put on a tag with the Small mammals are done the same as Bundle as tightly as triple put the The best way to preserve fish is to use a soaking wet Complete ly wrap the fish in the wet then triple wrap in a heavy plastic removing all the Tie off and seal out air with tape on the out side of the to prevent it from accidentally opening in the Remember to date When wrapping in which is the best for preserving your remember to get it chilled or in the freezer as soon as Trophies left out in the heat in plastic bags will accelerate bacteria thereby ruining the The first thing a hunter should consider is where he or she plans to display the There are many new pedestal style for many that lend themselves to any Lighting is very important Incandescent light is much better than florescent Good nat ural light from windows can work in some The taxidermy industry has grown from a simple skill or craft into won derful wildlife Not only has the techniques for preservation but there are many new poses that lend themselves to more natural and lifelike beauty and artis tic The base work that the trophy is displayed on can create a natural realism that brings out the very best of what your trophy has to Your trophy and its habi tat can compliment your home or office with the most realistic form of wildlife For anyone considering a trophy fish or maybe something more he or she should visit a taxidermist or several taxidermy Look at catalogs and what is on display in the There are many exciting new poses and ideas one can use in the home or display Some of the best pieces that have been created are pieces showing interaction between two of the same species or of different An example would be interaction between male and female of the same species showing mild affection or two adolescent of the same or dif ferent species showing On solo pieces there are a multitude of poses that lend themselves to curios lying jump ing and the list goes Some of the very best that has been created have been ideas of a very simple A good wildlife taxidermist can put a great deal of expression and detail into a very simple pose and bring it to life in a very pleasing Many hunteis like to remember the trophy just as it was before it was Bill Fagan has been a wildlife artist for more than He hax won awards at the World Rmdermy Competitions and from organiza tions such as Foundation for North American Wild HARDWARE 35 OFF AT THE FOLLOWING SPONSOR BLUEBONNETJEEP NAEGELINS BAKERY SUN PIONS 283t35 t AUTO OUTLET SAN MARCOS On the Outlet Row in San Marcos McCarthy Lane Exit CERTIFIED PREOWNED VEHICLES 5123920107 000483102 511 Highway 81 New TX 830 6204044 ICI Oldest Bakery in Texas Since 1868 8306255722 MonFrl 18777882895 Sat 129 Seguln Closed Sunda TX 78130 30 YOUR HOME TEAM ADVANTAGE ING New and San Ujfw today and keep up with your Call 18002234832 FOOTBALL FRENZY OFFICIAL FOOTBALL CONTEST RULES The weekly football contest will be published each Tuesday In the Participants must use the official entry form published In the Participants may bring their entry forms to the sponsor Weekly entries must be received no later 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