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   New Braunfels Herald Zeitung (Newspaper) - July 21, 2011, New Braunfels, Texas                                 2B | Saturday, July 2, 2011 | herald-zeitung.com  Choi ties course record and takes lead at AT&T  ► HOUSTON ASTROS  Astros buyer moves on from discrimination case  NEWTOWN SQUARE, Pa. (AP)  It seeing tin 1  pi » drop tor birdie were not enough, K ! < hoi notu (*d his g.illrn growing «ind getting tnore e\( iting tor him f ruin tit Arommink in the AT& i Njtion.il.  \\ i i five birdie^ o\er his last six holes ( hoi had <i h-i ler (>4 . id built a two shot ie.id over ( (iris Rile\ .inii»ng the «\irl\ starters. It mate hed the lowest st or« 1  in the two sr.irs the \T<\ I National has ! *n played at Artmimmk Another da\ ot brilliant weather did ver\ little to ea e the scoring c onditions on this ( lassie course in the Philadelphia suburbs ( hoi simpk made it lo< »k eas\ at lie end of the round b\ keeping it in the tairwa\ and giving himst-lt good looks at birdie Three ot his birdie putts v\ <>re from about 10 tee* or longer, and he ( iosed <»ut his r<»und with a wedge into I •> me h (>s tor one last birdie ('hoi, alread\ ha\ mg a  big year with his win at The Players Championship, was at 7-under 1 * * going into the weekend. He won the inaugural AT&T National in 2007 when it was played at ( ongressional, so the c alendar might be more relevant than the course when it comes to his g(K)d play at this event.  Rilev also relied on his putter as he often does, running off three straight birdies late i his round for a 6f>  ( hoi had some separation w ith Ins big finish, although so mam others were verv mu< h in the mix. ( tries Howell III birdied his last hole after bat k-to-bat k bogey si for an< >ther i>8 that left him at 4-under 1 W) Brvt e Moldor who had a t hant e to win List week at Hartford until < losing w ith an even par 70, hi given himself another i ham e on a tougher t (mrse He had a ()7 anti alsii was at 1 Wi.  Crane  Fd & Patties Tick of the Week!!  (ireat home in great neighborhood. Beautifully kept 3BR/2BA/2 Car Garage. ( 'ustom Built. Lots of upgrades.  S139,900  htl & Pattie Campbell  //>< itgents u ho reti ih <r»-Call l’attic: 830-456-5269  ( all I d:  830 156-5264  COUMIMll BANISjSR □  ( I 'i I''A ( I i |W\r ! li I ) \\\ 1 1 VKI’I H Ri I inks  s N|(,l |\ M MW lilt-M IS  830-608-5400  By Krtstle RWten  AP Sports Writer  HOUSTON  Businessman Jim Crane has stayed exit of the sf*>t-light since the announc e-ment that his investment group had reac hed a deal tt) buy the Houston Astros for $(>80 million.  As he awaits wort I tin approva I from Major I e a g u e Baseball,  Crane says an almost decade-old dist rimina-tion settlement involving his < om-pam shouldn't factor into the de< ision.  In Octc >c*r 2001, Crane s former t ompany, Eagle Global Logistic s, agreed to a $ ( ) million settlement of a lawsuit that alleged race, sex and age discrimination against employees and job applicants. It in< lud-ed $8 S million in bat k pay and damages and a $500,000 fund to train women and minorities tor leadership |obs at the company.  The Equal 1 mployment Opportunity ( ommission alleged at the time that EG1 had improperly tailed or refused to promote or even find jobs for lilac ks, I lispanic s and women. The 1  EEOC also alleged that those three groups were paid less than whites and subjet I to disparate disc ipline and a hostile working env ire »nment  ( rane left ECU , an intern.itionaI freight c <>m-panv, in 2007 and rounded ( rane \\ orldw ide 11»gistit s t e next year. At the* time of the settlement, he desc ribed it as a commitment to a work environment free of dis! rimi-nation.  In 2005, nearK $(> mil-  Ybur Water Supply is what matters.  Current Water Restriction Status:  Stage2  NBU customers are now allowed to use a sprinkler or irrigation system one day per week based on the last digit of your address:     0 or 1    Monday      2 or 3    Tuesday      4 or 5    Wednesday      6 or 7    Thursday      8 or 9    Friday     Everyf )ne is aske< I to become more aware of water ant i use it r< ;spor; ,1k Experts estimate that more than 60% of our water siipply goes toward outdoor use. It is also the type of usage where reducticxis can reate the largest benefit. There are a t lumber of techniques which can helf) you prepare for more severe drought without adversely affecting your lifestyle or your budget. NBU offers free water audits for its customers to help identify areas where reductions in water consumption can be made. Just call (830) 608-8926 to schedule an audit.  Note: Watering with a hand-held hose, bucket, soaker hose that does not spray water in the air, or a drip irrigation system is still allowed on any day, but only before 10am and after 8pm.  ND  SPRINKLERS  There is also c omplete information about the days you may use a sprinkler during any stage of conservation and helpful water conservation ideas available at  www.nbutexas.com  under the Conservation tab or by calling (830) 608-8925.  lion of the* settlement was returned to EGL by District Judge Lynn Hughes after it was found that  20i of 2,073 t laimswere w ith merit.  Rac ial discrimination is a partic ularly sensitive suojet t for a league that < elebrates diversity in a number of i\ s. The league marks lackie Robinson Dav annually m memor\ of the' Brook-ly n star who broke baseball's t olor barrier in 1 ‘M7. and it bat ks youth programs to address the 1  dwindlmg number of blacks in the majors.  The Houston < hapter of the NAACP expressed (oncern about ( rane, c it-ing the I (iL case  The president of the* c hapter, I ).Z. ( otield, has reportedly since met with  rane. Cofield, who is also paste >r of Good Hope Missionary Baptist ( hurt h in Houston, did not respond to requests tc >r c omment.  Crane has made several unsuc t essful attempts to bin a team. He attempted to buy the  ■Wros m 2008, but  Me Lane turned him down. In 200 1 », he was in the running to buy the ( ubs and last summer teamed w ith 1 Xillas Mav eric ks (>w ner Mark ( uban in an unsuc t esstul bid to buy the lexis Rangers.  Houston's outgoing ow ner, 1 )rayton McLane, said he does not believe the ( ase will keep ( rane* from rc’c c i iv ing Ml B approval.  SPORTS ON TV  TODAY AUTO RACING «30 PM  TNT — NASCAR. Sprint Cup. Cok#  Zero 400  BOXING 3:46 PM  HB0 — IBF/WBO champion WUdimu Klitschko (55-3-0) vs WBA champion David Haye 125 1-01, for IBF'WBO/WBA heavyweight title, at Hamburg, Germany CYCLING  7    AM  VFRSUS — Tour de France, stage 1,  Passage du Gms La Barre de Monts to Mont des Alouettes Les Herbiers,  France  2P.M  NBC — Tour rie France stage 1,  F isage du Gms La Barre de-Monts to Mont des Alouettes les Herbiers,  France  G01F  8    AM  TGC European PGA Tour Open France, third round, at Paris NOON  TGC — PGA Tour, AT&T National, third  FAN ZONE  round, at Newtown Square, Pa  2    PM  CBS — PGA Tour, AT&T National, third round, at Newtown Square, Pa 4 P.M.  TGC — USGA, U S. M*n s & Women s Amateur Public Link» Championships, championthip matches  MAJOR LEAGUE BASEBALL  3    P.M.  FOX — Regional coverage, N Y Yankees at N Y Mets, Chicago White  Sox at Chicago Cubs, or Cleveland at Cincinnati  6 PM  FOXSW — Boston at Houston SOCCER 6 45 AM.  t SPN7 - FIFA, Women's World Cup, Groi C, North Korea vs. Sweden 10:30 AM ESPN FIFA, Women's World Cup, Group C, U S vs Colombia 9:30 P.M  ESPN? - MLS, New York vs San Jose TENNIS 8 AM  NBC The Championships, women's championship at Wimbledon, England  TODA\ ’S SCORES  TODAY’S SCORES LANCE GLANCE  Former Canyon High School standout Lance Berkman now  a nghttielder with the St Loms Cardinals, went 1-for S with 2 runs in a 5 3 win over Tampa Bay He is bat ting 296 this  MLB STANDINGS  Nabonal League East Division W L  Philadelphia    52  Atlanta    48 35  New York    41 41  Washington    41 11  Fionda    36 46  Central Division W L 45 38 44 38  41    40  42    41 34 49 29 54  West Division W L  GB  Pet  627    -  578    4  500    10  500    10  439    15  St Louis Milwaukee  Pittsburgh Cmc innati Chic ago Houston  Pet  542  537  506  506  410  349  GB  San Francisco A ia Colorado San Diego Los Angeles  Pet  566  537  488  451  439  If I ft ■  LOTTERY  » TEXAS LOTTERY  PICK 3 (7/1)  Day 1-5-0 Night 8-6-9 DAILY 4 (7/1)  Day I-0-9-7 Night 0-2-5-5 SATURDAY LOTTO Jackpot: $5 million 3-5-13-15 20-37(6/25) WEDNESDAY LOTTO Jackpot 56 million 10-18-19 21-32-46 (6/29) MEGA MILLIONS (7/1) -17-30-35-47 MB- 26 Megaplit 1 ! 4  TEXAS TWO STEP (6/30)  8 20-21-32 BB 6 CASH FIVE (7/1)  16-17-23-28-30 POWERBALL (6/29)  24-30-45 57 59 PB 26 Power Play 3  American League East Division  W L    Pet  New York 49 31    613  Bostgn 47 34    580  Tampa Bay 45 37    549  Toronto 40 43    .482  Baltimore 35 44    443 Central Division  W L    Pet  Cleveland 43 37    .538  Detroit 44 39    530  Chicago 41 42    494  Minnesota 34 45    430  Kansas City 33 49    .402 West Division  W L    Pet  Texas 44 39    530  Los Angeles 47 40    512  Seattle 39 42    481  Oakland 36 46    439  INTERLEAGUE SCHEDULE Friday's Results  Philadelphia 7. Toronto 6  GB  2  5  10  13  GB  GB  Chicago White Sox 6, Chicago Cubs 4 Washington 2, Pittsburgh 1 San Francisco 4, Detroit 3 Cleveland 8, Cincinnati 2 N Y Yankees 5, N Y Mets 1 St Loms 5, Tampa Bay 3 Atlanta 4, Baltimore 0 Boston 7, Houston 5 Texas 15, Florida 5 Colorado 9, Kansas City 0 Milwaukee at Minnesota, late Arizona at Oakland, late I A Dodgers at I A Angels, late San Diego at Seattle, late Today's Games Philadelphia (Halladay 10 31 at Toronto (C Villanueva 5-1), 12 07 pm Pittsburgh (Ja McDonald 5-4) at Washington ILannan 5-5), 2 35 p m , 1st game  Chicago White Sox (Humber 7 4) at Chicago Cubs ¡Gar/a 4-6), 3 10pm Cleveland (Carmona 4-10) at Cincinnati (H Bailey 3-2), 3 10pm N Y Yankees (Colon 5 3) at N.Y. Mets (Gee 8-1), 3 10 p m.  Boston (A Miller 10) at Houston (Happ 3-9), 6 05 p m  Pittsburgh (Undecided) at Washington (I Hernandez 5 8) 6 05 p m , 2nd game  San Francisco ito 1-1) at Detroit (Scherzer 9 3), 6 05 p m  Baltimore (Arn a 9 4| at Atlanta IT Hudson 6-6) 6i0pm  Milwaukee INarveson 5 5) at Minnesota IPavano 5-61 6 10 p m St Louis (Mi Clellan 6 4! at Tampa Bay (Niemann 2 41. 6 10 p m Florida (Undei ided) at Texas ID Holland 6-3), 7 05 p.m Kansas City (Davies 1 bi at Colorado (Char.in 8-5), 7 m  AnzonaU aunders4 7) at Oakland Hitman 3-21, 8 05 p m LA Dodgers (Kershaw 8-3) at LA Angels (Weaver 9 41, 8 05 p m San C ) (Luehke 1-2) al Seattle (Fister 3-8), 9 10 p m  Sunday's Games San Francisco at Detroit 12 05 p m Philadelphia at Toronto, 12 07 p m Cleveland at Cincinnati, 12 10 p.m N Y Yankees at N Y Mets, 12 10 p m Baltimore at Atlanta, 12 35 p m Pittsburgh at Washing! 12:35 p.m Si Louis at Tan i a Bay, 12 40 p m Boston at Houston, 1 05 p m Milwaukee at Minnesota, 1 10 p m Chicago White Sox at Chicago Cubs.  1 20 p m  Kansas City at Colorado. 2 10pm Arizona at Oakland, 3 05 p m San Oiego at Seattle, 3 10 p in Florida at Texas, 7 05 p.m L A Dodgeis at L A. Angels 7 10 p m  SCORES AND PHOTOS  We want your scores and photos. Email them to sports® herald-zeitung.com  •com  Pick-up or Delivery AND We Install!  HOURS: Mon-Sat 8-5:00 • Sun 10-4:00 (830) 627-8873 • 19050 1-35 S. (Ea.t side)  Central Texas Health Research is looking for volunteers 13 years and older to participate in a study of an investigational medication to treat asthma If you qualify for this study, you may receive at no cost to you  • I, related ph, i. .:,| -. -,ii, ,ii.j llbratoi, te&to  •    Investigational medication or placebo  •    Compensation for ,our time and travel  up to $1,150.00  NÖU  Here is what matters.  If interested, please call: (830) 609-0900   

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