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6 — MONDAY, MAY 3, 1993 SCOREBOARD -THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- CAMPTOWN RACES Baseball By The Aeaodeted Press All Tlmee POT AMERICAN LEAGUE Baton Detroit New York Toronto Milwaukee Baltimore Cleveland Callomla CNceoo TMM Seattle Mlnntioti Kama* My 0«W«nd East Wttt Division W L 15 9 15 9 14 9 14 11 10 12 9 14 9 15 Division W L 13 a 14 10 12 11 11 13 10 14 10 15 7 13 Pet .625 .625 .609 .560 .455 .391 .376 Pet .619 .563 .522 .458 .417 .400 .350 OB — _— 'A 1tt 4 S'A 6 GB _ Vi 2 3V4 4Vt 5 5V! Sunday'* Game* Boston 4, California 3 New York 3, Seattle 2, to Innings Minnesota 6, Detroit 3 Cleveland to, Oakland 2 Batlmore 4, Kansas City 3 Toronto 6, Chicago 1 Texas 13. Milwaukee 2 Monday'* dame* Caltoml* (Langston 3-0) at Cleveland (Young 0-0), 406 p.m. Oakland (Welch 2-2) at New York (Abbott 1 -4), 4:30 pm Seattle (Hanson 3-0) at Boston (Viola 4-1), 4:35 p.m. Milwaukee (Ekfred 3-2) at Texas (Brown 2-1). 5:35 p.m. Only games scheduled Tuesday'* Qamee Kansas Cly (Gardner 2-1) at Detroit (Doherty 3-1), 4 OS p.m. Callomla (Lewis 0-0) at Cleveland (Kramer 0-1), 4 flS pm Oakland (Hllegas 1-2) at New York (Wldtman 2-0), 430 p.m. Seattle (Leary 0-1) at Boston (Hesketh 2-1), 4:35 p.m. Ballmore (Rhodes 1-1) at Minnesota (Erlckson 0-3). SD5 p.m. Chicago (McCaakll 2-3) at Milwaukee (Boddlcker 0-1). 5:05 p.m. Toronto (Guzman 3-0) at Texas (Lebrandt 3-1), 5:35 p.m. NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. GB Philadelphia 18 6 .750 — St. Louis 14 11 .560 4% Montreal 13 12 .620 5'/, Chicago 12 12 .500 6 Pittsburgh 12 12 .500 6 Florida 11 14 .440 7% New York 9 14 .391 8'/, West Division W San Francisco 17 Houston 15 Atlanta 13 San Diego 11 Cincinnati 9 Colorado 9 Los Angeles 9 Sunday's Games Atlanta 4. St. Louis 3 Chicago 4, Cincinnati 3 Pittsburgh 6, Houston 2 Philadelphia 9, Los Angeles 1 New York 3. San Diego 2 San Francisco 4, Montreal 3, f f Innings Colorado 2, Florida 1 Monde/* Games No games scheduled TiMtdiw'f) QCRW Cincinnati (Pugh 2-1) at Florida (Hammond 0-3). 4:35 p.m. San Diego (Gr.Harris 1-4) at Montreal (O.Martinez 1-4). 435 pm Atlanta (Glavlne 3-0) at Pittsburgh (Wakefleld 3-2), 435 p.m. Colorado (Ashby 0-2) at Chicago (Guzman 3-2), 5:05 p.m. Houston (Hamtoch 2-0) at St. Louis (Tewksbury 1-3), 635 p.m. New York flananaZ-O) at Los Angeles (Astado 1-2), 735 p.m. PrHI*de»jhla (Schilling 4-1) at San Francisco (Wilson 0-2), 735 pm L 9 9 14 13 15 15 16 Pet. .654 .625 .481 .458 .375 .375 .360 G — 1 5' 7 7 7', lie. 3-0, 1.000, 1.53; Key, New York, 3-0,1.000,1.16; Langston, California. 3-0.1.000.2.50: McDowell, Chicago. 5-1. .833, 4.50; Hentgen. Toronto. 4-1, .600,2.08; Beshales. Minnesota. 4-1, .800.2.79; Clemens, Boston, 4-1, .800, 1.55; Viola, Boston, 4-1, .800, 1.47. STRIKEOUTS—FUohnson, Seattle, 47; Clemens. Boston, 40; Langston, California, 36; Cone, Kansas City, 35; FMey. California, 35; Appier, Kansas City, 34; Boeto. Seattle, 29; Key. New York. 29. SAVES—DWard. Toronto, 6; Montgomery, Kansas City, 7; AguHera, Minnesota. 7; Russell, Boston, 6; Henry, Milwaukee, 5; Olson, Baltimore, 5; Henneman. Detroit, 5; Farr, New York, 5. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTINQ—Bonds, San Frandsco, .425; Galarraga, Colorado, .394; Merced, Pittsburgh, .347; Vizcaino. Chicago. .345; Kruk. Philadelphia, .342; Lansing. Montreal, .341; Anthony, Houston, .337. RUNS—Bonds, San Francisco, 26; MaWiniams, San Frandsco, 23; Dykstra, Philadelphia, 23; EYoung, Colorado, 19; King, Pittsburgh. 19; ACde, Colorado, 18; Big- gk), Houston, 18; Kruk, Philadelphia, 18. RBI—Bonds, San Frandsco, 28; Galarraga, Colorado, 28; Hayes, Colorado, 20; Grace, Chicago, 20; MaWllllarm, San Francisco, 20; Bagwell, Houston, 16; DHolllns, Philadelphia. 18. HITS—Galarraga, Colorado, 37; Bonds, San Francisco, 34;Gwynn, San Diego, 34; MaWIIHams, San Francisco, 33; Bagwell, Houston, 31; Blauser, Atlanta, 31; Atou, Montreal. 30; JaBell, Pittsburgh, 30. DOUBLES—Bonds, San Frandsco, 9; Galarraga, Colorado, 9; Bagwell, Houston, 8; MaWllllarm, San Francisco, 6; 9 are tied with 7. TRIPLES—Martin, Plttsburgh,4;VanderWal, Montreal, 3; 12 are tied with 2. HOME RUNS—MaWllllarm. San Francisco, 8; Bonds, San Frandsco, 8; Sheffield, San Diego, 6; 9 are tied with 5. STOLEN BASES—ACole, Colorado, 14; EYoung, Colorado, 12; DLewls, San Francisco, 12; Carr, Florida. 12; Nixon, Atlanta, 12; EDavls. Los Angeles, 9; Coleman, New York, 8; Dykstra, Philadelphia, 8; Gwynn, San Diego, 8. PITCHING (3 Dectetonsh-Burkett. San Francisco, 5-0.1.000,2.88; Hill, Montreal, 4-0,1.000.1.80; Arocha, St. Louis, 3-0,1.000,1.66; Minor, Pittsburgh, 3-0,1.000, 2.35; Glavlne. Atlanta, 3-0. 1.000, 2.81; Schilling, Philadelphia, 4-1, .800, 2.54: JJones, Montreal, 4-1. .600, 5.87. STRIKEOUTS-Smoltz, Atlanta, 39; Armstrong, Florida, 35; Rl|o, Cincinnati, 35; Drabek, Houston. 34; Benes, San Diego, 32; GMaddux, Atlanta, 31; Burkett, San Frandsco, 29. SAVES— MtWIIIIams. Philadelphia, 10; LeSmlth, St. Louis, 10; Stanton, Atlanta, 9; Beck, San Frandsco, 7; Harvey, Florida, 7; Myers, Chicago, 7; Rojas, Montreal, • 5; Belinda, Pittsburgh, 5; GeHarrls, San Diego, 5. NBA playoffs By The Associated Press AH Times PDT First Round (Beat-of-5) Saturday, May 1 Charlotte 99, Boston 98, 2OT, series tied 1-1 Portland 105, San Antonio 96, series tied 1-1 New Jersey 101, Cleveland 99, series tied 1-1 LA Clippers 95, Houston 83, series lied 1-1 Sunday, May 2 New York 101, Indiana 91, New York leads series 2-0 LA Lakers 66, Phoenix 61, LA Lakers lead series 2-0 Chicago 117, Atlanta 102. Chicago leads series 2-0 Utah 89. Seattle 85, series lied 1-1 Monday, May 3 Boston at Charlotte, 5 p.m. Houston at LA Clippers, 730 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 Chicago at Atlanta, 5 p.m. New York at Indiana, 530 p.m. Seattle at Utah, 6 p.m. Phoenix at LA Lakers, 7:30 p.m. Glenn Erickson/The Dtily Journal The Uklah High School swimming pool decks were littered with tents, sleeping bags, snoozing or pacing swimmers, some 56 of them, Saturday night as the UHS swim team held Its annual swlmathon team fund-raiser. In between snoozes and snacks swimmers swam over 120,000 yards In 45 minute shifts, four swimmers to a team. Coaches are currently adding up total yards and receipts from donations. Hockey- Continued from Page 5 ton's Dale Hunter in the last game of their semifinal series. "They're playing with a lot of confidence right now; they've just < beaten Washington and they're rallying around the fact Turgeon's out," Penguins goaltender Tom Barrasso said. "It's going to be tough to beat them." It's been tough for the Penguins to do that all season: the Islanders took three of their seven regular- season meetings. New York now has home-ice advantage in the best- of-7 series and the status of Lemieux, the league's leading scorer despite missing two months while receiving treatment for Hodgkin's disease, won't be known until Tuesday, the day of Game 2. "We've played without Mario a lot, it's not like we're not used to it," Penguins coach Scotty Bowman said. "We'll see how he is Tuesday. He's got a couple of days to rest. I'm optimistic he'll play the next game, but we'll see." In other divisional final openers Sunday, Vancouver beat Los Angeles 5-2 and Montreal downed Buffalo 4-3. St. Louis is at Toronto tonight in the fourth series opener. NHL playoffs Leaders By The Associated Press AMERICAN LEAGUE BATTWG—Oteruo, Toronto, .453; Gfoson, Detroit, .408; MVaughn, Boston, Jfl5; Cooper. Boston, .356; Bataes. Balttaore. JSSi.Phillips, Detroit, 354; Rodriguez, T«X»J. SforTjorlnson, Chicago; .352. RUNS—Fryman,-OetcoKV21;.0onzalez, Texas, 20; RAIomar, Toronto^ 20; 'Snow, California, 19; Belle, Cleveland. 19; Cora, Chicago, 19; 7 are tied with 18. RBI—Canseco, Texas, 26; Carter, Toronto, 26; Belle, Cleveland, 23; Fryman, Detroit. 22; Thomas, Chicago, 21; Rodriguez, Texas, 20; Greenwell, Boston, 20. HITS—Olerud, Toronto, 39; Phillips, Detroit, 34; Fryman, Detroit. 33; McRae, Kansas City, 32; LJohnson, Chicago, 32; Cooper, Boston, 31; MVaughn, Boston, 30; RAIomar, Toronto, 30; Cora, Chicago, 30; MdHor, Toronto, 30. DOUBLES—MVaughn, Boston, 10; Canseco, Texas, 9; Olerud, Toronto, 8; Anderson, Baltimore, 8; 12 are tied with 7. TRIPLES—Pagllarulo, Minnesota, 4; Lofton, Cleveland, 3; McRae, Kansas Csy, 3; Burks, Chicago, 3; Poto- nla, Callomla. 3; Greenwell, Boston, 3; CRIpKen, Baltimore. 3. HOME RUNS—Palmer, Texas, 8; Belle, Cleveland, 8; Gonzalez, Texas, 7; GrltfeyJr. Seattle, 7; Carter, Toronto, 7; Snow, California, 6; TMaitlnez, Seattle, 6; Deer, Detroit. 6. STOLEN BASES-Curtte. California, 12; Lofton, Cleveland. 12; RHenderson, Oakland, 12; McRae, Kansas City, 7; LJohnson, Chicago, 7; Folder, Seattle. 7; Holse, Texas, 6; RAIomar, Toronto, 6; Molltor, Toronto, 8. PITCHING (3 Dedslons)-Wells, Detroit, 4-0,1.000, 1.47; Guzman, Toronto, 3-0,1.000,4.60; Hanson, Seat- By The Associated Press All Times PDT DIVISION SEMIFINALS (Best-of-7) Saturday, May 1 Toronto 4. Detroit 3, Or, Toronto wins series 4-3 Sunday, May 2 NY Islanders 3, Pittsburgh 2, NY Islanders lead series 1-0 Vancouver 5, Los Angeles 2, Vancouver leads series 1-0 Montreal 4, Buffalo 3. Montreal leads series 1-0 Monday, Msy 3 St. Louis at Toronto, 430 p.m. Tuesday, May 4 NY Islanders at Pittsburgh, 430 p.m. Buffalo at Montreal, 430 p.m.. , Transactions By The Aaeociated Frees BASEBALL American League CLEVELAND INDIANS—Placed Sandy Alomar, catcher, on the 15-day disabled list retroactive to May 1. Recalled Jesse Levls, catcher, from Charlotte of the International League. TEXAS RANGERS—Optioned Ben|l Gil, shortstop, to Tulsa of the Texas League. Recalled Jeff Bronkey. pitcher, from Oklahoma CHy of the American Association. National League NEW YORK METS—Optioned Ryan Thompson, outfielder, to Norfolk of the International League. Recalled Wayne Housle, outfielder, from Norfok. FOOTBALL National Football League NEW YORK GIANTS—Signed Willie Beamon, Mke McFanand, Harold Nash and Joel Thornton, defensive backs; Jerome Preston, defensive lineman; Scott Roseman, linebacker; Keith Crawford and Lawaan Latson, wide receivers; Kenyon Rasheed, running back, and Brian Kozlowskl, tight end. PHILADELPHIA EAGLES—Signed Leonard Renfro, defensive tackle, to three one-year contracts. Struggle Continued from Page 5 Oakland dropped to 1-6 on the •road, the worst mark in the majors. Cleveland broke the game open by scoring 10 runs during a span of three innings from the third to the fifth. Junior Ortiz had three hits and scored three runs, and Wayne Kir- by had four hits and three RBIs. Carlos Baerga hit a bases-loaded triple that highlighted a four-run fourth against Bobby Witt (1-1). Charles Nagy (2-4) was the winner, allowing two runs, one of them unearned, and four hits in seven innings. Dennis Cook finished up with two perfect innings, striking out four. Playoffs- Continued from Page 5 Phoenix didn't hit another basket. Jazz 89 SuperSonics 85 Karl NJalqne rebounded from what he called a bad opening game with 26 points, eight in the final six minutes when he was playing with five fouls, as the visiting Jazz evened the series and gained the homecourt advantage. The Jazz got crucial final-minute baskets from Mark Eaton and Malone. Gary Payton led the Sonics with 19 points. Shawn Kemp, who outscored Malone 29-24 in the opener, was held to 13. The Jazz, who trailed 74-71 with 6:13 left, led 85-83 after Seattle's Sam Perkins made a 3-pointer with 1:18 to go. The 7-foot-4 Eaton tipped in a missed shot by Malone with 51 seconds left. Hannawalt, Damiano win Boontling Classic race San Rrancisco's Jim Hannawalt and Fort Bragg's Lura Damiano proved to be the overall fastest runners among 10 runners taking part in Sunday's 11th Annual Boonville Boontling Classic 3.1-mile (5K) run. Both competed in the 30-39 age group, with Hannawalt leading the men in 17 minutes, 51 seconds. Damiano, long the dominant woman runner, finished first among all women with a record 19:15 clocking. The record for the course is still held by Ukiah High School track coach Jerry Drew at 15:15, set in 1988. The 1990 women's Boontling Classic record of 20:41 by Ukiah's Liz Black was smashed by Damiano. Second among the men overall was Gerhard Ebert of Boonville, just seven seconds back of Hannawalt, with Ukiah's Mike Cannon third at 18:10. The closest pursuers of Damiano were Ukiah's Lisa Franz (21:55) and Ukiah's Margaret Pedroni (22:20). Top Boontling age group results will be carried by the Journal at a later date. Stranded- Continued from Page 5 walked. By then Cosumncs was nursing a 5-0 lead. Germaine Dye paced Cosumnes River with three hits. Troy Logan led the Eagles, going 3-for-5. Carter, Ford and Chris Brunemeyer each had two hits for Mendocino. Anthony Graziano started on the hill for Mendocino and pitched into the sixth, allowing nine hits and four earned runs with three strikeouts. Cosumnes River broke open a close game with three runs off Graziano in the fifth inning. Me Mullen 1 1 N maymmm^ T\* n&K ni } .. Find the pet for you in Journal Classifieds ""• fs •"•. v' & £••, Continued from Page 5 Fifth place in the Championship Flight went to Jim Gormley (72-77-149). Also in the money, tied for sixth at 151, each with identical rounds of 74-77 gross were Bo Strong, Tom Spencer and Charles Davis. Wayne Sallyards, first-round First Flight leader with a 66, finished second to Nickel with a final 66-70-136. Murphy had a five- stroke final margin over Wayne Hallenbeck (67-71-138) in the Second Flight. Reade Wise had a two stroke' margin in the Third Flight over Jim Brown (68-73-141) and a three- stroke edge on Eddie Eversole (68-74-142), who took third. Other "in the money" players in net (handicap) flight play included: First Flight Third (tie): 143 — Doc Thomp- son (74-69); Dennis Tilley (72-71); Ron Ledford (71-72). Sixth (tie): 144 — Pat Wilson (71-73); Tim Pearce (66-78); Bruce Hammond (72-72). Second Flight Third: 139 — Jim Barrett (67-72) Fourth (tie): 143—Rich Anderson (66-77); Gary Alber (72-71). Special Awards Longest Drives (No. 7): Glen Beck, 285 yards; David Stockly, 265 yards. Closest to Pin: No. 3, Jeff Arneson, 7 feet, 6 inches; Craig Armstrong, 13-5; No. 1, Eric McKillican, two inches; Fred Nickel, 7-4; No. 9, Roy Purugganan, 6-2; No. 5, Ed Eversole, 3 inches. HOME BUYERS WORKSHOP TUESDAY, MAY 4,1993, 7:00 P.M. Allied Savings Bank, Ukiah Branch 325 East Perkins Street p- This workshop will assist potential home buyers in developing an individual plan to help them achieve their home ownership dream. The workshop will include presentations by professionals on these topics: • LOAN PROGRAMS; Prequalirying for the Right Loan First. PRESENTER: Allied Savings Bank e SELF-HELP HOUSING; A Low Income Option PRESENTER: Rural Communities Housing Development Corp. • FINDING YOUR HOME; The Role of the Realtor PRESENTER: Selzer Realty • ESCROW; Transferring and Insuring Title PRESENTER: Fidelity National Title THIS FREE WORKSHOP IS OPEN TO THE PUBLIC. PLEASE CALL CHERYL A. BAKER, COMMUNITY OUTREACH OFFICER, TO RESERVE YOUR SPACE AT 468-0225 OR (800)732-7878 Allied Savings Bank is an equal opportunity lender. Allied Savings Bank 53 AFEDERAL SAVINGS BANK ROCKED Tull House / 1:00 TBI: The Untold Stories American Detective In ABC Mini-Series: "Murder in the Heartland" Based on a true story Horthstate News Sandr* Gelst AINiiW RAINBOW EXPERTS WITH A COMMITMENT TO QUALITY ect Choice MODEL 36-16' • 3&cZ2 Cubic Inch • 9.8 Pounds • Air Injection System • Inertia Activated Chain Brake Reg. 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