Ukiah Daily Journal from Ukiah, California on September 25, 1987 · Page 10
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10-FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 25,1987 THE UKIAH DAILY JOURNAL- Commentary THIS IS THE AVERAGE NFL PLAYER. MB BARKS *23OOOO Kb YEAR. ff HE GOES ON STRIKE, WHAT SHOULD HE BE GIVEN? A. MORE MONEY FREE AGENCY C. A DRUG TEST Fishing Forecast By DICK and RICK MOORE Darn, missed by a week Soccer youth invade Ukiah Over thirty teams competing in Wine Harvest tournament Local fUh«rmtn who would like to •h«r» thtlr "fish stories" and/or pictures •r« InvlMd to call Dick Moor* at 462-9584 attar S p.m., th« Dally Journal at 468-0123, or wrlta the Journal, P.O. Box 749, Ukiah 95482. "A Couple of Funnies" Habitat—Place where a particular species of fish was last week. Jack Knife — Indispensable cutting tool generally found in the pocket of a different jacket, beneath the front seat of the car, or under the roll of screening on the table in the garage. On the coast Not many fishermen out in boats this past week. Salmon fishing is very slow at both Bodega and Fort Bragg. Bottom fishing has been the top action for boats with catches of mixed sacks of cod from 50 to 60 pounds. Silver salmon action is expected to get good in another couple of weeks but only time will tell? Up north Klamath River — Salmon arc still in the deeper holes above the Hwy. 101 bridge and early morning the bite is good for about one to two hours. Boats and bank fishermen using roe or glo bugs arc catching salmon from eight to 20 pounds. The water is low and boaters had belter he careful going up and down the rivcf* — you could find the boiiom real fast with your motor. Lake Sonoma The water level should not be dropping as fast now that the water release has been cut back. Bass are still the most active fish in the lake with lots of small fish taking spinner baits along the shoreline in the early mornings. The larger bass are still holding out in deeper water and arc harder to find this time of year. A few anglers are having some luck on trout fishing down in 30 to 40 feel deep water. Live minnows arc the best baits and drifting ihc bait real slow seems to be the best method. Lake Mendocino Not many fish being caught nor not many fishermen out trying their luck. Only a few bass being caught along the shorelines early and late in the day. Stripers arc on a slow bite with only a few fish taken this week on minnows and anchovies fished on the bottom. Catfishing is also on the slow side with each night a few cats Good ole' worms did the trick for Adam Barnett, as he recently yanked this 6 pound catfish out of Lake Mendocl- ino. finding the offerings of the few fishermen out. Worms are the best bait for cats. KMD • tight tin* DICK and RICK MOORE The Ukiah Puma select soccer teams, the Ukiah Valley Youth Soccer League and Ukiah Valley vintners and merchants join in sponsoring the Wine Harvest select soccer tournament Saturday and Sunday on four Ukiahi and two Pomolita fields. The tourney begins at 8:30 am. Saturday and continues until completion of the scheduled 5 pjn. games, then resumes at 9 ajn. Sunday and continues until completion of the 56th and final tourney game, which starts at 4:30 pjn. Some 31 visiting teams of boys under-12 and under-14 and under-14 girls are expected to begin arriving in Ukiah today and early Saturday. Ukiahi Stadium will be the focal point of many games, but there also will be games on the Lou Zaina Memorial fields at Ukiahi, just north of the stadium, and at Pomo- lita's football field and the outer reaches of the Pomoljta softball diamond: At Ukiahi, field 1 is the stadium; field 2 is the field closest to the vineyards just west of the Zaina field north of the outdoor basketball courts; field 3 is the middle playing field and field 4 is the closest to Despina Drive. Ukiah will be represented by three of its select, or competitive travel teams: Under-14 girls, under-14 boys B-team and under-12 boys A-team. Ukiah's under-14 boys, coached by Dennis Lucido, founder of Youth Soccer in Ukiah, will match shots with Willits at 8:30 a.m. Saturday in Ukiahi Stadium; while at the same time the under-12 boys are playing Rohnert Park on Zaina 2 at Ukiahi. The Ukiah under-14 girls, coached by Ray and Jan Lopez, will play their opening game at 10 a.m. 1 Saturday in Ukiahi Stadium against the Chico Chicks. There are four girls teams in all in the tourney: Ukiah, Chico, Petaluma and Santa Rosa. The cities represented from throughout Northern California and the number of teams expected from them include: Ukiah, 3; Chico 3, Petaluma 3, Rohnert Park, 4; Mill Valley, 2, Central Valley, San Jose, 2; San Rafael, 2; Humboldt, 2; Santa Rosa, 2; Fort Bragg, 2; as well as teams from Napa, Livermore, Bay Oaks, Oakland; DeAnza, San Jose; Sebastopol, Danville, Willits and Vallejo. Players will have opportunities to swim at the Ukiah Municipal Swimming Pool, and parents will be able to take part in wine-tasting activities. Some 30 Ukiah Valley and Mendocino County area wineries are taking part in the Wine Harvest festival activities. SCOREBOARD Baseball AMERICAN LEAGUE EM! Dlvltlon Toronto Detroit MllwauKm New York Boston Baltimore Cleveland Mlnntioti Oakland Kama* City Texas Calllornla Seattle Chicago W 94 92 es 83 73 63 58 L 59 60 68 69 79 B9 95 Weet Dlvlikm W 83 77 76 73 72 70 69 L 70 76 77 79 81 82 B4 Pet. .614 .605 .556 .546 .480 .414 .379 Pet. .542 .503 .497 .480 .471 .461 .451 GB 20% 30V, 36 GB 6 7 9H 11 12 !t 14 Si Louis 3, Pittsburgh 2 Only gamos scheduled Friday's Gsm** St. Louis |Forsch 11-5) at Chicago (Sanderson 7-8| Houston (Scott 16-12) at Cincinnati (Rrowninq 7-13). (n) Pittsburgh (Hlelockl 2-2) at New York (Fernando? 11 B), (n) Montreal (Heaton 12-9) at Philadelphia (Carman 11-11). (n) San Francisco (LaCon 13-10) at Atlanta (Glavine 23). (n) San Diogo (Whitson 10-11) at Los Angeles (Bnlchor 1-1). (n) Suturdiy's Gimes Pittsburgh at Now York Houston at Cincinnati St. Louis at Chicago S.in Dioqo at Los Angeles Montrnal flt Philadelphia, (n) San Francisco at Atlanta, (n) Thuradsy'e Games Toronto 4, Detroit 3 Minnesota 4, Texas 0 Milwaukee 7, Boston 6 Chicago 4, Oakland 2 Only garnet scheduled Friday'* Gimei Calllornla (Button 9-11) at Cleveland (Candtottl 7-17), (n) Detroit (Tanana 13-10) at Toronto (Key 17-6), (n) New York (Leller 1-1) at Baltimore • b r h 5 1 2 502 (Mesa 0-2), (n) Kansas City (D.Jackson nesota (Straker B-9), (n) Boston (Clemens 17-9) (Nleves 13-7), (n) Chicago (Mel 8-18) at Mln- at Milwaukee CHICAGO Guillftn SS Hill 2t> sue Manriq ?b 0 0 0 Baines dh 400 Caldern rr 3 1 1 GWalKr 1b 4 0 1 Hassey c 412 Boston I! .110 KWIIms ct 4 0 1 Lyons 3b 402 ToUH 36 4 11 OAKLAND bl ib r h bl 2 Phillips ss 4 0 1 0 1 Canseco If 4000 0 McGwIr Ib 4 1 1 1 0 Lanslrd 3b 4 0 0 0 0 BHarpr dh 4 0 1 0 0 SHndsn rl 3010 0 Stalnbch c 3 0 0 0 0 Bernzrd 2b 3 0 0 0 0 Murphy cf 3 1 1 1 Totsle 12 2 S 2 000 000 000—4 011—2 icDowell 2-0) at Oakland aan 11- CTACULAR To celebrate Gooctoear's 89th Anniversary, Rino Tire Center is cutting prices more than ever before! Get ready for Fall and save with tnese spectacular prices. Ends Sept. 30 • Tsxas (Witt 7-9) at Seattle 9 (n) i •. V •'* Saturday's Oamee Kansas City at Minnesota California at Cleveland Detroit at Toronto Boston a) Milwaukee Chicago at Oakland New York at Baltimore, (n) Texas U. Seattle, (n) Chicioo 103 Oiklind 000 G.ime Winning RBI — HiN (6). DP—Oakland 1. LOB—Chicago 7. Oakland 3. HR— Murphy (7). McGwire (47). B—GuKlenJ26)._ Chicago • . BanmMr W.14-11 9 Oaklind GDavis L.1-1 7 2 PagHamto. New YonX. 32; Snvder. Cleveland. 32. STOLEN BASES-fleynol*. SeaSto. Kansas Civ, 51; Redus, Cnkago.44 43; RHendenon. New Yo*. 37. PITCHING (13 dedston»}-Ke)r. Toronto, 17-6, .739, 2.78;Cerultl, Toronlo. 11-4, .733.441:Musselman. Toronto, 11-4, ,733, 336: Gueflerman, Seattle, 04, .MB, 3.90; Htouera, riUMUtW 1M, .867. 3.78; John. New York, 12-6, .667.4.07; Schmidt, BaJNmora, 10-5, .667, ' STHlKEOUTS-Langilon. Seattle. 244: Hjpuwa, Ml- waukee, 227;Clem*nt,Boe«on,221:Houqn, TexM, 217; Monk, Detrol. 192; Vbta, Minnesota, 102. SAVES—Henke, Toronto, 34; Reardon. Minnesota. 30; Rlghettl, New York. 30; Plesac. Milwaukee. 23; Butoe. OUomla, 17. NATIONAL LEAGUE BATTING (446 at batsV-Owynn, San Diego, .372; Guerrero. Los Angeles, .336: Raines. Montreal -3X; Galarraga, Montreal. .314; VKIark. San Franctsco, .307. RUNS^Dcvi ~ 118; Cotsman. Samuel. Phladelphla. .... RBI-Oaw*on, Chicago, 126; Walach, Montreal, 116; JCIark. StLouls. loVSchrnldt, Phlladefchls, 104; McGee. StLouta. 103. HITS—Owynn, San Diego. 210; Guerrero, Los Angeles. 176;Coieman,StLouts. 173;McGee. StLouls. 17?; OSm»h, StLouls, 171; SamueL Ptiladelphla, 171. DOUBLES—Waflach. Montreal. 40; Oalanaoa, Montreal. >9: OSm»h. StLouk. 17; Qwynn. San Diego, 36; Haves, PhladeipNe. 36. fRIPLES-Samurt, PhMade^hla, IS; Owynn, San Diego, 13: Cowmen. StLouh. 10; McOie, StLouls, 10; .Bonds. Pttsbutgh. B; MThonpson. PNIade^hle. 9; Van- Chicago. 45; DMurphy. MU. .4 l»i TTWtom, owl l-lwlwww, ,*vf , toTCinclnnMI. 120; Owynn, San Diego, SlLoub, 114; Raine*. Montreal. 114; phlf. 110,__ H R ER BB SO 5 22 0 7 Cad a 10 1 St. Louis New York Montreal Philadelphia Pittsburgh Chicago San Francisco Cincinnati Houston Atlanta Los Angeles San Diego NATIONAL LEAGUE East Division W L Pet. 90 62 .592 87 66 77 74 76 79 72 80 West Division W 83 76 72 66 66 64 .569 .566 .503 .464 .474 Pel. .546 .500 L 69 76 80 85 86 88 .421 GB 3S 4 13 '.4 16% 18 GB 7 11 .474 .437 16% .434 17 19 Thursday's Gsmes Cincinnati 5, San Diego 4 Philadelphia 3, Chicago 2, 11 Innings Atlanta 8, Houston 7 Montreal 5, New York 4 GO.ws |)<ir.hod to 1 baiter In the 8th. WP—GDavts. Umr>i(i'.-Mom», Fvans; Flr«t, Cousins; Second, Hendry; Third, Fwd. T---22B. A—10.248. TODAY'S MAJOR LEAGUE LEADERS AMERICAN LEAGUE HA! 1 iNCi ('146 at bais)—Boggs. Boston, .363; Tram- r'wil. po"or. 341; I'ucKott. Minnesota, .329; Mattingly, Ni«v York. .:i?b, Soiuot. Kansas City. .323. HUNS -CiBe'l. Toronto. 110; Whltaker. Detroit, 109; Buijgs. (Vision. 100; DwE-vans, Boston, 103; Trsmmell, Doiroit. 103 Mill <>;')»>, Toronlo. 132; DwEvans, Boston, 118; McClwiru, Oakland. 114; Joyner. California. 110; C.u:'.r» o O,iM.vid. IOC; Gaotti. Minnesota. 106. Hi If. •!'..•"] )•; lloston. 200; Soit/ef, Kansas City, 196; |'ULK«!I. l/inr..ir.ou, 19-t; Trammell. Detroit. 190;Fernan- dtv. Toronto. 186. DOl'BltS—Boogs. Boston. 40; Mattingly, New YonX 37; Mo-.lor, Milwaukee. 37; Whltaker, Detroit. 37; 4 are t»d with 36. 1FVPLFS- Wilson. Kansas City. 16; PBradtey, Seat- tig. 10, F'o'oma. Oakland. 10; Yount, Milwaukee, 8; 7 are t*>d wuh 7. HOME RUNS—GBell. Toronto. 47; McGwire, Oakland. 47; DwFvans. Boston. 34; Hrtek. Minnesota. 33; Atlanta, 42; Strawberry, New York. M; EOavts. Cinch- n«l. 37; Ktohnson. New York. 36. STOLEN BASES-Coleman. StLouls, 103; Owynn. San Dtego. 55; Hatcher. Houston. 61: ED**. Cincinnati. 5ft Raines, Montreal, 60. PITCHING (11 decJskmeh-Motlnet. Montreal, 11-3. .7M.l/40:Aaulem.NewY«k.104..7W.*.K:Oeo<ten.. New York. Tw. .714, 3.01; Dunne, PUsbumh, 12-i. .706,2.79; SutcWe, Chicago, 1M, .MZ. 3.U. STRIKEOUTS-Ryan. Houston. HI; So*. Houston. 224; Valenzueta, Lot Angeles, 1M: Welcn. Lot Angeles. 181; Hershlser. Lot Angeles, 180. SAVES-Bedrosian. Phladelphla. 39; LeSmth. Chicago, 34: Worrell. StLouls. 32; Franco. Cincinnati. 28; McDowell. New York, 25. Transactions BASEBALL Amtrleen League BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Assigned Ata Marte. out- tickler, to Rochester ol the International League. MINNESOTA TWINS-Traded Alex Mane, outfielder, to the Ballmxe Orioles tor Francisco Olverat, pitcher. Aftlgned Olrveras lo Portland ol the Padlc Coast TENH8 UNITED STATES TENNIS ASSOCI-ATIOM-Named Dr. Ronald B. Woods director of player development. COLLEGE CLEMSON—Extended the contract of Bobby Robinson, athletic director, through 19*1. SETON HALL-Named Tom Sullivan assistant basketball coach. GOOD/YEAR ALL SEASON STEEL BELTED RADIAL vACE, © CHAMPION iuuiii/«t "* SraiNKlf II IOUIPMINT isroieirw WHITEWALL SIZE REGULAR PRICE $46.90 $51.95 $56.35 $59.35 $62.45 $65.75 $69.20 $72.85 $76.70 165/80R13 P185/80R13 P1I5/75R14 P195/75R14 P205/75R14 P205/75R15 P215/75R15 P225/75R15 P235/75R15 TIEMPO RADIAL SALE PRICE NO TRADE NEEDED $36.95 $41.95 $44.95 $46.95 $49.95 $52.95 $54.95 $57.95 $60.95 $ Sale Price 3 * .tefll P155/80R13 Whitewall No Trade Needed 95 44.50 WHEEL ALIGNMENT SPECIAL Most American Cars Goodyear Take Me Home COMPLETE WHEEL ALIGNMENT & BRAKE SERVICE ADS Tubing Nice to have around the house \.._ Low spots turning ^ 2 *» your yard into a soggy ' mess? Downspout water seeping into yourbasenienl-' quick, easy (ix-ups ol druinau' problems around your house; rely on lightweight ADS corru gated polyethylene tubing Use it to solve excess water around downspouts, low spots, window wells, swimming pools and more. ADS snap-on littings ana the FREE, easy-to-follow Hem v- owners Installation Guide m< ikt • ii a cinah. Strong and durable ADS tubi i KJ won't rust, and it resists rot, acids and alkalis in the soil Best of all, it's inexpensive Just pennies afoot. FREE! CLINIC: Hom« Drainagt Problems Solved! Saturday/ Oct. 3rd Clearlake Store 9am-noon Ukiah Store 2-5pm Sunday/ Oct. 4th Fort Bragg Store 9am-noon Will |ts Store l-4pm PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED Perforated or Solid ADVANCED 0R/UAMGE IYSTCMS. INC Look in your mail for our circular full of super savings in every department! 240 FORP ROAD • UKIAH • 462-7556 behind Raley's in the Crossroads Shopping Center HOME CENTER ft LUMBER CO. OVER A QUARJER CtNTURY OF SfKVICf TO THf RfOWOOQ fMPIgl ' DELIVER* AVAIIABIE • IKEl PARKING • OPtN 7 DAYS f MASTERCHABCf • VISA WELCOME UKIAH • CLEARLAKE • WILLITS • FORT BRAGG 462-0806 994-1014 459-4631 944-0219

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