Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 18, 1987 · Page 7
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THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL. FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 18,1987-7 Commentary HOLLCWNG OUT MY RffP AND PUTTIN' IN A STCKQF DYNAMITE RWLW ]& WALLOPl, MteUrbch Fishing Forecast By DICK and RICK MOORE Some relevant definitions How about a few short funnies? Leader — short length of nylon or wire that connects a snagged lure to a tangled line. Bamboozle — To convince an angler to purchase a bamboo fishing rod. Custom-made — Bilked to order. Fluke—1. Summer flounder 2. Catching a summer flounder. Up north Smith River—A few salmon are being caught at the mouth every day on the change of tides and they are from 10 to 20 pounds with a 27 pounder now and then. Lots of chub salmon are up river in the deep holes and some are being caught early in the mornings on roc or spinners. Klamalh River — Each day on the change of tides salmon are moving in and out of the river and the "Army" or "Navy" of boats are catching some bright kings on anchpvies.or Bear Valley spinners. Up river, lots of half pounders and small steelhead are hitting early and late in the riffles on roe, glo bugs and spinners. Some King Salmon are holding in the holes and are biting roe fished on the bottom. Lake Sonoma Bass are the most active fish in the lake now with fishermen catching lots of small bass around one pound in size. Early is best time along the shoreline and in the coves. Spinner baits are best lures. The avid bass fishermen are catching a few larger bass in deep water on plastic worms. Trout are on a very slow bite with all of the action in deep water down to 30 feet deep. Lake Mendocino The lake is going down each week and (he boat ramp at the south end is too shallow now to use for boat launching. Not many boats on the lake now as the underwater hazards are starting to pop up. Fishing is generally slow for bass and stripers, but catfish are being caught each night on worms — all along the shoreline. KMD • tight lint DICK and RICK MOORE American League Roundup Blue Jays fall behind Tigers 49ers' Paris may miss Bengal game Massive offensive tackle has the flu, Wallace may get the start REDWOOD CITY (AP) — The San Francisco 49cr may play the Cincinnati Bengals this Sunday without offensive left tackle Bubba Paris. Paris, who recently trimmed down to 305 to gel the starting job, has the flu. He was absent from training camp on Thursday and Coach Bill Walsh said backup Steve Wallace may start on Sunday. "Bubba has the flu and Steve is getting all of the practice, so we will look at that closely Friday before SCOREBOARD Baseball we leave," said Walsh. Strong safety Carlton Williamson and guard Randy Cross also missed Thursday's session, both with knee problems. Cross is suffering from strained ligaments in his right knee and Williamson's knee puffed up after Wednesday's practice. "I expect Cross to start, but we'll monitor it closely," added the coach. "Williamson, we believe, will be all right." Meanwhile, the spectre of a play- ers strike loomed over the 49er camp. "It doesn't look real good right now," said offensive tackle Keith Fahnhorst, the team's co-NFL Players Association representative. I don't want to put a percentage on it, but after listening to both (owners representative) Jack* Donlan and (players representative) Gene Upshaw, it sounds real bleak." Fahnhorst said that the team would meet early Tuesday morning to decide whether to gc out or report to practice. NEW YORK (AP) — The Toronto Blue Jays struck out arguing about strike three and it cost them a snare of first place in the American League East. A strange play, sparked by a reversed call, led to New York's tying run in the eighth inning Thursday night and the ejection of Toronto Manager Jimmy Williams. Dan Pasqua's RBI single with two outs in the ninth gave the Yankees a 6-5 victory. The Blue Jays, who had won three straight, slipped one-half game behind idle Detroit in the American League East. The bitter defeat came after midnight following an 85-minute rain delay in the sixth inning. In the only other AL games, it was Chicago 9, Seattle 8 and Kansas City 7, California 6. "How often do you see an umpire get sent down to the minors or get released?" Williams fumed after his fifth ejection of the season. "Not very often. And we have to live with these guys for the next three days." What triggered Williams' ire came with one out in the eighth with Toronto ahead 5-4. Pinch-hitter Phil Lombard! struck out on a low pitch from David Wells, and catch- er Ernie Whin and Lombard! both looked toward first-base umpire and crew chief Joe Brinkman. Brinkrnan emphatically gestured that Whitt caught the ball cleanly, and Whitt then began tossing the ball around the infield while Lombardi, still unsure of his status, slowly trotted toward first. Yankee Manager Lou Piniella bolted onto the field to argue the call and Brinkman asked for help from third-base umpire Tim Welke, who said the ball had hit the ground and therefore allowed Lombard! to stay at first base. That brought Williams in a rage from the Toronto dugout Williams went at it with Welke and Brinkman, threw his hat toward the mound and was tossed. Whitt, charged with a passed ball, said "there's no question in my mind. I caught the ball." Brinkman said he still wasn* t certain, even after viewing replays. "It's a tough call. You hate to see something like that happen." Williams and the Blue Jays especially hated to see what followed. Tom Henke, the sixth Toronto pitcher, fell to 0^6. Dave Righetti, 8-4, went one inning for the victory. The Yankees won for just the third time in nine games, and moved into a third-place tie with Milwaukee, TA games behind Detroit. White Sox 9, Mariners 8 Carlton Fisk homered to lead off the 10th inning and give Chicago its victory. Fisk's 20th homer of the season and his 15th game-winning RBI came after the Mariners had tied the score with four runs in the top of the ninth, capped by pinch- hittei Jim Presley's 23rd home run, a three-run shot into the upper deck. Chicago's Bobby Thigpen, 5-4, got the victory although he gave up Presley's homer. Reliever Bill Wilkinson, 3-4, took the loss. The victory was the fifth in a row, for the White Sox, their longest winning streak since May 1986. Royals 7, Angels 6 Danny Tartabull's two-out, bases-loaded single in the bottom of the ninth inning propelled Kansas City. Tartabull's hit off reliever Greg Minton, 4-3, came after Willie Wilson and Bill Pecota singled and George Brett was intentionally walked. John Davis, 4-2, got the victory with three innings of scoreless relief. Boosters' auction a success AMERICAN LEAGUE EMI Divltlon W L 68 57 88 58 81 65 81 65 69 75 62 83 56 91 Wttl Dlviilon W L 77 70 74 73 73 73 70 76 70 77 68 78 65 81 Pet. .607 .603 .555 .555 .479 .420 .381 Pet. .524 .503 .500 .479 .476 .466 .445 GB V4 7V4 IBM 26 33 OB 3 3U BVt 7 Btt 11V4 Detroit Toronto Milwaukee New York Boiton Baltimore Cleveland Mlnneiota Kaniai City Oakland Tenat California Seattle Chicago Thuriday'i Game* New York 6, Toronto 5 Chicago 9. Seattle 8. 10 Innings Kaniai City 7. California 6 Only garnet tche 'ed FrkU : Gamee Boiton (Hunt IS 10 and Woodward 0-0) at Baltimore. (Habyin 4-5 and Ballard 2-5). 2. (t-n) Toronto (Clancy 13-10) at New York (Allen 0-7). (n) Milwaukee (Wegman 10-10) at Detroit (Terrell 14-10). (n) Seattle (Langiton 17-11) at Chicago (Bannrtter 13-10), (n) Cleveland (Akerfeldi 2-4) at Mlnneiota (BMeven 13-11). (n) Oakland (Ontlveroi 8-8) at Kanaai City (Quotaza 11-18), (n) California (Reuii 4-3) at Texu man 13-11). (n) Saturday'! Qemee Cleveland at Mlnneiota Milwaukee at Detroit Toronto at New York Seattle at Chicago, (n) (Guz- , Boiton at Baltimore, (n) Oakland at Kaniu City, California al Texu, (n) • (n) NATIONAL LEAGUE Eeet DtvMon W L Pel. OB SI. Loull 85 60 .686 — New York 84 62 .676 1H Montreal 82 63 .666 3 Impending NFL strike? The National Football League Players Association has set Sept. 22 as a strike date. Both players and owners are bracing for the confrontation, which falls two weeks into the regular season schedule. The two sides agree on only one issue — the length of the collective bargaining agreement. The last NFL strike, called by the Players Association in 1982, halted the season for 57 days. Key unresolved issues includ.e: • Fr«« agency: players propose unrestricted free agency while the owners want to retain compensation for the free agent's team. • Play«r representative protection: players want union representatives on NFL teams to be protected from harassment by management. • Rookie wage scale: management proposes a graduated pay scale for rookie players. Players agree in principle, but insist that any savings be channeled to veteran players. • Other demands by players: guaranteed contracts, pension plans, improved chemical dependency program, better benefits and more extensive players' rights. SOURCES: UPI, NFL Players Association ® 1987 Noith America Syndicate, Inc. InfoGraphicj Philadelphia 74 72 .507 11* Chicago 70 75 .483 15 Plttlburgh 70 78 .478 15M Weet DMefen w L Pet. a* San Franclico 81 68 .551 — Cincinnati 73 74 .407 8 Houiton 71 75 .488 BK Atlanta 82 83 .428 18 Loi Angelei 62 84 .425 IBM San Diego 61 85 .418 IBM Thiiradey'e Qamae Philadelphia 4. Chicago 3 San Diego 7. Atlanta 1 San Franclico 4, Houtton 0 Cincinnati 3. Loi Angelei 2. 10 Innlngi, 1M game Lot Angelet 6, Cincinnati 3. 2nd game Montreaf 4, New York 1 Ptttoburgh 1. St Loud 0 FrWey-t Oamee Philadelphia (RuffIn 10-13) at Montreal (B. Smith fl-7), In) New York (Canddarla 0-0) at Plttl- burgh (Flther 9-81. (n) San Diego (Jonei 8-8) at Houtton (Deehalee 1«_). (n) Chicago (SutclIHe 16-8) at St. Loult (Cox 8-7). (nf Atlanta (P.Smlth 1-1) at Lot Angalet (HertNter 15-13). (n) Only garnet tcheduled. SaturdaVa Oemee Cincinnati at San Franclico New York at Plttlburgh. (n) Philadelphia at Montreal, (n) Chicago at St. Louie, (n) San Diego at Houtton. (n) Atlanta at Lot Angelei. (n) HOUSTON SAN FRAN ab r h bl ab r h bl QYoung cl 4 0 1 0 Mllner cf 5110 Hatcher If 4000 Speler 3b 3100 Doran 2b 3010 Aldrete If 3011 QDavIt 1b 3 0 0 0 Mldndo rf 3111 Batt rf 2000 WCIark 1b 2 1 0 0 Walling 3b 3 0 0 0 Brenly c 4022 CRenldt it 3 0 0 0 HThpin 2b 2 0 0 0 Alenlr c 0000 Urlbe tt 4010 RRynldt c 2 0 0 0 Reuichel p 3 0 0 0 Puhl ph 1 0 0 0 DSmllh p 0000 Darwin p 2000 Metheck p 0 0 0 0 Agoito p 0 0 0 0 Blancln it 0 0 0 0 Crui ph 1000 Tetele 86 8 2 0 Totale 2.6 4 6 4 Houeton 000 800 000—0 San Franelece 000 002 101—4 Game Winning RBI - Brenly (71. OP-Sitti FraStoo 1. LOB-HpoiSon 2, San Francb- oo 8. 28—flrenly. Mllner. SB-AUrete (5). IP H R EW •• SO Houeton Darwin L.8-10 6 22255 Heathcock 1-312210 Agotto 2-320000 DSmllh 1 10010 San Francleco Reuichel W.13-7 B 20015 HBP-HThompton by Darwin. PB-RoReynoMt. Umplrae-Home. Davfa; Flr»l, Harvey; Second, Stelk>; Third, Gregg. T-*367V-a3,317. TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTING (446 at baltl-Boggi, Boaton, .383; Trammel I, Detroit, .33S;Manlngly,NewYoik,.3a3;Feinandez, Toronto 327* Puckett, Mlnneoota. 326. RUNS-Bogoi. Boeton, lOBJGBei. Toronto. 106; Whl- taker. Detroit, 104; Trammell, Data*, fM;DwEvant. Boa- ton. 97. RBI-GBel. Toronto, 124; OwEvana. Beaton. 113; Joy- nar, CaJtomla. 108; McGwire. Oakland. 107;Gaeltl, Min- neaola. 103; Siena. Texai. 103. HITS-Boogi. Botlon. IBS: Stater, Kant at Cay, IBB; Puokett. MMnaaola, 185; Fwnandtc, Toronto. 181; Trammell, Detroit, 178. DOUBLES-Boggt, Botlon, 36; DwE-vana, Botlon. 36; Mattlngly. NmffoK. 36; Moikor, Milwaukee. 36; PBrad- ley Seattle 36 tRIPLES-W»ion, Kantat Cay. 13; PBradvy. Saattle, 10; Polonla, Oakland. B;YouM, Milwaukee. 8; 4 aie (ltd win 7. HOME HUNS-GBeH, Toronto, 45; McQwke, Oakland, 45; DwEvant. Botlon, 33; Hrbak. Minnewu, 33; PagBar- ub. New York. 32. ^ ,., Seattle, 64: Wlbon. Kan- 148; Motor. MlftMukM. 40; STOLEN I _, •aeCty.48; Redue.ChlL, Rl winrion. New YofK, #9, PITCHING (12 dMWomJ-Key.Toronto. 17-6, .739, 177; Mueteknan. Toronto. 11-4, .733,4.09:CerutU, Toronto. 104, .714,444; John, MM* York, 12-5, .706,3.88; Qoenerman, Seattle, 8-4, .692, 3.98; Morrta. Detroit, 18-8, .692. 3.41. STRIKEOUTS-Unpton, Seattle, 231; Htouera, Ml- wauke*. 223; ClemMW, Botton. 212; Hough, fexai, 201; Stewart, Oakland, 167. tVOTMI. WOT%MIIW, IOr* SAVES-Henke, Toronto. 32; Rtahettl, New York. 28; Reardon, Minnesota, 26; Pletac. Milwaukee, 23; Bute, CaMomla. 16; JHowet. Oakland. 16; Mohordc. Taxaj. Ukiahi Athletic Boosters Association members packed the Broiler Steak House in Redwood Valley Thursday night for the annual membership dinner and auction. Preliminary estimates are that between $7,000 and $8,000 was raised by verbal and silent auction and other donations, with the top bid being $725 for a trip to Mazat- lan for three nights and four days, courtesy of Ukiah Travel Time and the Ukiahi Boosters. The trip reportedly was won by Robert Mason. The Ukiahi varsity and junior varsity cheerleaders and Willie the Wildcat earned nearly $500 toward their own expenses by being auctioned out for household or yard chores to the highest bidders. A full accounting of the major aTdLEfiaiSEaiatam™ an «,.i. m>•««-,„ «u* oids ""d net income from the dinner o^jED^^^^aih^c^'M^S^.^ 1 ; and membership drive will be Rainea, Montreal. 46. announced when figures are completed. WEEKEND SPORTS CALENDAR NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (446 at baU)-Gwvnn, San Diego, .388; Guerrero, Lot Angelei, .331; Ralnet. Montreal .323 Galarraga. Montreal, .321; DJamot. Atlanta. J10. RUNS-EDavIt, Cincinnati, 116; Gwynn. San Diego, 113; Coleman, SlLoub. 108; Samuel. Philadelphia. 107; Ramoa, Montreal, 105. RBI-Dawaon. Chicago, 122: WaNach. Montreal. 112; JCIark. SjLoub, lOeilfer^&Uuli, ioO;EDavk, drv SU.outo,167; ^^^IS*; , lego,20b;Colernan.SU.ouli.1 7Querrero, Lot AngelM. 1 ; Samuel. PNtaJefchfc, 163. HITS-Owynn-San McGee, StCouV 167; OSmMi. StLoub, 163; DOUBLES-WaHach, Montreal, 38; Galarraga, Montreal, 36; OSmHh. StLoule, 36; McGee, SGub, 35; DJamet, Atlanta, 34; Gwynn, San Y&PLES-Owynn, San Diego, 13: Samu pMa. 13; MoGee, StLoulaVTo; CoWnan. hlcaBO, 44; DMurphy, Atlanta. 40; EDavii.Clnctnnatl, 37; Strawberry, New York, 38; JCIani StLouk 35. Football National Football League AMERICAN CONFERENCE W L T Pet. PF PA New England 1 0 0 1.000 28 21 N.Y. Jell 1 0 0 1.000 31 28 Buffalo Indlanapolli Miami Cincinnati Houiton Plttlburgh Cleveland SATURDAY FOOTBALL— Potter Valley at Round Valley, noon and 2 p.m. SOCCER— Ukiahi boys host Marin Academy, 10 a.m. CROSS COUNTRY— Ukiahi in Fort Bragg Invitational, 10 a.m. VOLLEYBALL— Potter Valley and Willits in Middletown tourney; Mendocinno College in Lassen tourney. SUNDAY BIKE RACING— BMX double-points racing at Ukiah's Rusty Bowl, 1 p.m. Sig- nups from 10 a.m. to noon. Chicago Mlnneiota Tampa Bay Detroit Green Bay 0 1 0 .000 28 31 0 1 0 .000 21 23 0 1 0 .000 21 26 Central 1 0 0 1.000 23 21 1 0 0 1.000 20 16 1 0 0 1.000 30 17 0 1 0 .000 21 26 40 17 20 13 20 0 13 20 17 40 24 13 34 24 13 24 .__. 19 34 .000 24 34 34 19 34 19 46 10 19 34 0 20 Denver 1 0 0 1.000 Kaniai City 1 0 0 1.000 L.A. Ralden 1 0 0 1.000 San Diego 0 1 0 .000 Seattle 010 .000 NATIONAL CONFERENCE Eait St. Loull 1 0 0 1.000 Wathlngton 1 0 0 1.000 Dallai 0 1 0 .000 N.Y. Glanti 0 1 0 ,000 Philadelphia 010 Central 1 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 0 0 1.000 1 0 .000 0 .000 New Orleani 1 0 0 1.000 28 21 Atlanta 0 1 0 .000 10 48 LA. Rami 0 1 0 .000 16 20 San Franclico 0 1 0 .000 17 30 Sunday'! Gamee Denver vi. Green Bay al Milwaukee Houiton at Buffalo Miami al Indlanapollt New Orleant at Philadelphia Pltliburgh al Cleveland San Franclico at Cincinnati Tampa Bay at Chicago Washington at Atlanta Dallai at New York Qlanti Detroit al Loa Angelet Ralden Kamai CHy at Seattle MInnatola al Lot Angelet Harm St. Lot* at San Dl«-' New England al Niw York Jell For All Your Insurance Needs FARMERS INSURANCE GROUP 462-6506 AUTO t Fllf • KFf t HA FAIM t COMMilCIAl » HEALTH • •wfwwW PWIIwl Ut MASON* UKIAH MENDOCINO COMT WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER [WOMEN'S HEALTH CENTER IS WIUITS AT W AAADRON >EEING_PATIENTS 'IN WILLITS AT M AAADRONE PROFESSIONAL GROUP EVERY MONDAY. 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