Independent from Long Beach, California on June 14, 1977 · Page 27
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UTm-p»H.tm INDEPENDENT (AX) PKSS-TEIEGMM (PM)-C5 . DONNELL CULPEPPER Weekend roundup for ocean. Sierra Weekend roundup and prospects for the next: Once again, there was plenty of good news from the eastern slope of the Sierra Nevada, all the way from Bishop to Bridgeport, but the trout reports from the western slope were beginning to look a bit on the dismal side. A.E. Naylor. manager of Region 4 of the Department of Fish and Game with headquarters in Fresno, reported that trout-planting personnel were having to eliminate some plants because of the drought and water too warm for trout survival. Region 4 embraces part of the Kern River. Tulare County. Tuolumne. Stanislaus, Merced, Mariposa, Madera and Fresno Counties. Numerous streams in those counties already are too low to support any kind of trout. The western slope has suffered more from the drought than the eastern, mostly because there are many man-made reservoirs on the western slope that were designed for irrigation and generating power. There are many natural lakes on the eastern slope and in the back county. Some are low because of the lark of rainfall and some because of natural evaporation, but mostly, they are near normal. For instance. Upper Twin Lake at Bridgeport was never higher in all its history, and it was producing limit catches of trout last week. The kokanee bite had started there. JUMPING FROM THE SIERRAS to the ocean south of San Diego--and that's a long jump for anybody--we find that the yellowtail bite has slowed, or at least did slow, on Sunday when 863 anglers on 30 boats caught 637 yellowtail. 16 bluefin tuna. 58 bonito, 53 barracuda, 450 kelp and sand bass, a half-dozen halibut and 500 rockfish. Those 30 boats were not the only ones fishing around the Coronado Islands. Of those 30, some were regular party boats out of the San Diego landings, the others charter boats out of the same places. Despite the high waves that were being generated over the weekend along the Southern California coast, there were many small private boats trying for yellows and bluefin. However, the bluefin were not very cooperative: mostly, they almost disappeared. Going back to the eastern slope of the Sierras again: There were numerous catches of brood-stock rainbow and brown trout almost in the city limits of Bishop. Cobbie Chapman. Santa Ana. took two three-pound trout out of Bishop Creek on worms; Louis Martinez, San Pedro, got a four-pound rainbow in South Lake, and there were limits of holdover trout. The lake still has not been planted this season because of access difficulty for the DFG truck. Some limits were reported in Sabrina Lake. Walt Hancy got a 3-8 rainbow on a small spinning jure, while Larry Miller took a five-pounder on floating cheese. TROUT WERE CAUGHT IN ALL kinds of ways- worms, red and yellow eggs, various sizes of spinners, trolled needlefish and Rapala lures. Several large brown trout were caught on needlefish in Rock Creek Lake, which hasn't been in the news lately. Crowley had fair to good trout fishing in the mornings and excellent fishing for Sacramento fish in the late afternoons. The Owens River at Benton Crossing, which is planted regularly, produced some limits of rainbows. Convict and all of the Mammoth Lakes (Mary, George. Mamie and Twin) were good for pan-size trout Trailers were getting fish in June, Gull and Silver on Dave Davis rigs loaded with worms. There was a definite pickup in fly fishing over the weekend, especially on the West Walker River and Robinson Creek. Robert Glassey got a three-pound rainbow and a 4-8 brown In Bridgeport Reservoir with a trolling rig. One more thing about trout fishing in any part of the state. You may catch a limit (10 fish, fewer in some waters) and you may possess 10 fish, no more. A woman caller Monday said that she had caught four limits of trout in the Inyo-Mono country and she could not understand why she could bring home just 10 fish. I'm sorry, but that's the law and only the Fish and Game Commission can change it. The woman assured me that she was starting a drive to change it Good luck, lady, but in the meantime, keep within the law. Draft today Wings have top NHL pick MONTREAL (AP-The Detroit Red Wings are expected to choose Dale McCourt, Barry Beck or Robert Picard when the National Hockey League amateur draft opens today. NHL president Clarence Campbell will start the telephone proceedings from his office at 6:30 a.m., PDT. Shortly afterward, Red Wings general manager Ted Lindsay will announce the No. 1 selection. Colorado will have the second choice, followed by Washington, Vancouver, Cleveland, Chicago, Minnesota, the New York Rangers and St Louis. Montreal, using a pick acquired from Atlanta, will draft 10th. Toronto will have the next two picks, the second as a result of a trade with Pittsburgh. The Rangers, using the Kings' first-round choice, will be next, followed by Buffalo, New York Islanders, Boston, Philadelphia and Montreal. The Flames will get their first pick in the second round and will get a crack at the 28th best player while the Penguins wul get No. 30 and the Kings No. 32. Some clubs might be willing to risk selecting three players from the World Hockey Association who signed as under-aged players two years ago. They are Mark Napier, a 60-goal man for Birmingham. John Tonelli o( Houston and Gordie Roberts of New England. MALE MODELING |rv Mw el U ««") BARBIZON SCHOOL IS IOIMNO OASSU NOW Kt INFORMATION PHONE (213) 596-5551 CATHY tournament at BJK courts L.B. goes Hollywood next week .a £ By Bob Martin Tennis is the "in" sport in Hollywood these days, and a number of the movie- TV set's most avid on-court swingers will display their skills in a charity tournament June 25-26 at the Billie Jean King Tennis Center in Long Beach. It's the third annual Pro-Celebrity Tennis Classic to raise funds for CATHY Inc. (Citizens for Action to Help Youth), an organization that helps homeless children. The tournament is being held in cooperation with the Long Beach Recreation Department. Lynda Carter, televi- s i o n ' s " W o n d e r Woman," and her bride- LYNDA groom of less than a month, personal manager-producer Ron Samuels, are the hosts, and the meet is being billed as "A Wonder Weekend of Tennis." Last year's host was Mario Machado, when the meet was held in Long Beach for the first time. Among the more than 50 celebrities who have agreed to participate are Lucie Arnaz, Uoyd Bridges, Don Meredith, Ben Murphy, Lyle Waggoner, William Devane. Barry Newman, Jo Ann Pflug. Chuck Woolery, Alex Trebek. Gigi Per- reau, Martin Kove, David Sheehan, James (Lefty) Brown, Bob Hogan, Cheryll Miller, John Marley, Ted Hartley, Cornel Wilde. Jean Wallace. Alan Bergman, Mike Warren, Bob Scagren and Marv Fleming. Would you like to play with a celebrity in doubles? You can enter the meet for $100-- or $75 if you're a student. The fee entitles you to attend a dinner and show on the Queen Mary Saturday night, June 25. as well as to courtside lunches and complimentary drinks each day at the BJK Center. Each participant will receive a new pair of tennis shoes valued at about MO, according to Virginia Swedenborg, president of CATHY. Entry deadline is Cage marathon at Hunt. Beach Ten high school boys from Huntinpton Beach will try to better the world record of 62 hours. 55 minutes for a marathon basketball game when they start their run-and-gun tactics Friday morning at McGaugh Junior High in Seal Beach. The boys will play eight-minute quarters with a 10-minute break at halftime. Money collected from sponsors will be turned over to a charity organization. Ten high school girls from New Castle, Ind., claimed the record Sunday, surpassing the previous longest game--61 hours set last year in New Orleans. Friday: call the CATHY office at (213) 5.12-9VS3. If you just want to watch, therell be general admission tickets at $3 a day. as well as VIP tickets good for lunch, drinks and dinner on the Queen Marv. Opening ceremonies will be at 9:45 a.m. Saturday. June 25, and play will begin at 10 a.m. both days. All eight courts at BJK Center will be used. Doubles competition will be held in these categories: (I) a celebrity is paired Beebe. Jason Beebe. Jamy Sells, Jon Atzen and Bruce Frazer. Members of Long Beach's 14-and- under team were (girls) BIyth Bejan, Gina King, Pam Senski, Karen Spak, Caroline Ritchell and Linda Reichart. and (boys) Scott Crail, Doby Byers, Kurt Strasman. Jim Strozier and Ira Rothstein. Both teams were coached by Pat McCabe. The Patrons group is conducting junior development clinics to prepare Long Beach's top young contestants (or sec- 1 tional competition. These advanced 1 junior players are Eric Van't Hof, Kevin McClintic. John Stiepel, Phil Ces. Brad Ackerman, Rob Rowan. Jena Strozier,' Reynolds McCabe and Jon Weiner. Pro Frank McCabe is coachine them. ;e categones: (i) a celebrity is paired -»·, aOl · "I 1 i» · . TBJsrisria^ Jimmy, Chris seeded iirst *« VA.CT3 BCLMOVr MER -- 36 andm OB I bnal ricctt I jrllowui a calia bau. II bouto. 2m mjckmL 21 »tu« iVa. f)TEEVS WHUtT - 17 ii|kn m I boat fa«SI I yrlVtud. II bnaito. 21 riltcv bau, 7 ucd bait. IT* mark- err! 1 w titan. 2W ST. 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Competing pros will be, (or the most part, club pros from Los Angeles and Orange counties. Special exhibition matches are also planned. THE 75TII annual Southern California Sectional Junior Championships get under way Friday at the Los Angeles Tennis Club and will continue daily through Sunday, June 26. NANCY TRAINER has been elected president of the Long Beach Tennis Patrons Association for 1977-73, succeeding Madge Pizer. Others on the board of directors are: Pat Hall, vice president; Ingrid Heynen, corresponding secretary; Jancl Ayant., recording secretary; Virginia McClintic, treasurer; Bernie Steinberg, local tournament chairman; Frani Ridder, Long Beach Junior Championships tournament chairman: Barbara Bartos. membership chairman, and Made Pizer, public relations chairman. A 12-and-under team sponsored by the Long Beach Patrons finished second in the Coast League. Players were: (girls), Anne Avant, Dcnise Benson, Molly Quest, Jackie Frank, Claire McCabe, Holly Wade, Stephanie Clayton and Kristan Wilcoxin, and (boys) Ron Liboon, Brett Gullikson-Fillol Player tennis final rained out again NOTTINGHAM. England (API- Rain--inevitably--poured down for the eighth successive day Monday and forced cancellation of the final of the $100,000 John Player tennis tournament between Tim Gullikson and Jaime Fillol of Chile. They might have played the final Sunday, after the semifinals. But the weather stepped in. stopped play for the day and the tournament committee decided to postpone the match until Monday. But Monday Gullikson and Fillol sat kicking their heels in the dressing room and finally learned there was no chance of their getting on court The final should have been worth $13,300 to the winner and $$,650 to the runner-up, but Gullikson and Fillol haven't gotten anything yet Tournament organizer Tony Pickard said "I want to get a result somehow. I hope they'll be able to play out the final somewhere else--maybe on a court at Wimbledon." Last year's final between Jimmy Connors and Die Nastase was rained out at one set each with both players sliding about in a rainstorm. O.C. Stars, Tucson IVA foes at Irvine The Orange County Stars bid for their second successive pro volleyball victory tonight when they engage Tucson at University High in Irvine at 7:30. Tucson, led by player-coach Byron Shewman, has won both of its IVA starts. Other Tucson Sky players are Larry Milliken, Valdemar Valdez, Meliton Jiminez, Gail Parkin, Kathy Girvan and Mercedes Gonzalez. LONDON (APWimmy Connors and Chris F.vert were given the top seed- ings in singles Monday for the 100th A l l - E n g l a n d Lawn Tennis Championships at historic Wimbledon. The tourney begins next Monday. Connors, the American ace who currently is the world's ranking player, was seeded ahead of Swedish star Bjorn Borg, The remainder of the men's seedings: 1. Ouiltertw Vi'at of Arotnt.na. t. Povo* Tanntr 94 fiawah ItJand. 1C ; S. Bria" omr*4 of fofT L*ixltr(Lii*. Fia; I. MM? Nastav of Romania; 7, fiaul Banirt( of Mtuco; I. Vital Orula'M of Kti«gi Poinf, h V.; ·, Dk Shxktoo of Carrelitoa Tfi ; 10, Mnano Panatla o» Itil.. II. Stan Smitf of Va Pmel. SC : II. ttoitrb FiDak of Poland. II. Pnil O"t at Ajv fraa. u. Mark Cai of Great Britain. li. Boo Lutl of San £***«*. Cahf, and u. Harold Solomon of S.'*er SWIKJ. Md Other women's singles seedings: 1 Virginia WaOe of Great Britain. a. V* Barker of Great Britain; S Ml Caiaii of Sawa'ito. Calif ; 1. 8»t»r S*3»e of TV Netrcriamn; I. Kerrr- Reil o* Atrttraiia; t. Diarw* f romhottr of Australia: 10. Mvna JaiAO**e of Virgmlavia. M. Francoiw Ourr of France, aid II. Kattiv Mar of Be*rtv Hlli. Calif Gorttr»d and Ratire/ were t fcrvt tn men 1 ! doublet with Sovth African Sat MfMitt and Frew WcMilUn i*cond. 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