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January 9, 1980

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Wednesday, January 9, 1980- Page 9 f orts I I 00Golf Notes Eagles - Best efrort of the season By CECIL SMITH are over and we can now settle down to the way of life. We, it just so happened, spent our in two separate households, which is all well and kids invite you into their homes. I for one, am the peace and quiet that I am used to and I there are others that feel as I do. For one thing, I can to my own "meditating room" and read a whole so desire without someone knocking on the door and L "You going to be in there all day?" Especially the ally occupied with the million things kids and yet, the minute old grandpa thinks the coast is he can meditate in peace, all Hell breaks loose and in the house including the visiting neighbors must :tto,kS_ nd, have "to go?" I tell you, it is very discon- auld Mon" on -n - &apos; = u can upset the whole rhythm of and may if you hang around these strange houses for a time, throw you off or in, as the case may be, for off the more morbid subject for now, here are a few ts from the rough. A general dinner meeting of the md women's club will be held Tuesday night at the house for the express purpose of informing the ing herd of the plans of the new lessee's, namely Whitham, who are also the Pros for the club. this will be old news when and if you read this in all events it should be very informative. I have sorts of rumors and just yesterday heard that the shortly house a stand up bar. That, if true, will a lot of dead soldiers strewn over the course and the crowd if some of these guys wives find they are spending their noon hours and why, sud- hours to play eighteen holes of golf? One The bar is supposed to he built or set up deck is now, so if things get a little drawn out and game of dice must be played, the boys and the that matter, can see the "War Dept." coming in to the Pro shop? may have to set up a parking lot to handle the t way? Anyway, there will be "fun in now and I wish all and sundry, success in the I do not know what else is to take place but we all in good time. meantime, don't forget it is a new year and there are 1980 so beg, borrow or steal or better yet, for 1980 before someone whacks R to you. of the rules gets you no strokes See you all up the crick aways, I got to go read a News )' becoming one of Ca's most popular I C h, g l he |ully glide - -  Into the o :list (:+P on his or her first e rdale nlt. TEO .ts. Many at- j. rise in popularity nmphclty With the i/'/ e"" " g of a few ;)/tary skills: climbinR, L.,, _ and stopping, anda mmum expenditure of ation ment, a person can the Sierra. On the weekends of February 2nd or 9th, ac- complished skiers can go ski touring in Hope Valley: Grover Hot Springs Ski Touring along the beautiful Carson River. For the more ad- venturesome skiier, the Uintas Mountains Natural History Ski Trek on February 18-22 offers beginning and advanced ski instruction from Jim Wills and lectures on the wintering flora and KerseY: winter, U.C. Davis ister Ilion is offering four geology by naturalist Jack 894-2039s. for cross country Major. Jim Wills will teach Rip- It : all lev^,- - . -- J ,:, =rein two- snow safety and how to assess ,availstensive lessons for snow packs and improving rs to five-day ski ski techniques on the varied RC!i m the wilderness of terrain of the area. Rl$,cuntry Ski Touring. For more information or Kee, January 12-13o enrollment contact Sct:: csu? the elements o; University Extension, uro cross country University of California, dv "'for Skiingthe beginner. In tUwoml. Davis, Ca. 95616 or phone on Nordic (916) 752-0880. Sacramento rn. w ,,Im)oorsman Jim Wills residents may call tog-free n. 61:rsp of downhill 31_:,, on January 26 in by asking the operator for ng 7 :ur Enterprise 1-7526. nan Dr: Whether it was the memory of last season's one-point loss to Clear Lake in the playoffs that stirred Cloverdale or simply a hot shooting night, the Eagles put together their best effort of the young season Friday and soundly defeated the Cardinals 78-57 in a non-league contest. "I thought we played our best overall game tonight," said Cloverdale coach John McMillan. "We got off to a good start and that made a difference." Cloverdale hit on 20x35 shots in the first half and built a 44-30 lead by the in- termission. The victory gave the Eagles a 5-4 record, while Clear Lake fell to 6-4. McMillan was happy with the play of his starting five, which includes two sophomores (Wade Smith and Rich Roland), two juniors (Brent Chadwick and Jim Lampert) and senior all- league guard Scott Dalv. 1980 fishing license required The minute the old man with the scythe disappeared and the kid in diapers showed up -- with the turning of the new year - you'll need a 1980 license to sport fish in California. Licenses are on sale now at Department of Fish and Game offices and at most sporting goods stores throughout the state. Fee for the basic resident license is $5. The inland waters and trout and salmon stamp sell for $2 and $3, respectively. Under a new rule, you must have a salmon and steelhead stamp or a trout and salmon stamp, in addition to the basic license, if you wish to fish for salmon in the ocean. Therefore, with the one-day Pacific Ocean License (,2) you'll need a one-day salmon and steelhead stamp(S1) to fish for salmon, and with either the basic resident license or the three-day Pacific Ocean license you must also have the $3 trout and salmon stamp to fish for, salmon. Although the one-day Pacific Ocean license may be used only on a designated day, that day need not be the day of purchase. The three-day Pacific Ocean license sells for $4'. Lampert had his best of- fensive game of the season, hitting on 9-of-12 shots from the floor and finishing with 21 points. Daly followed with 16 points, Roland contributed 14 and Chadwick added 10. Chadwick and Roland led Eagle rebounders with 10 boards apiece. Wayne Chapman and George Leaver each tallied 15 points to pace Clear Lake. i At Cloverda le Clear Lake 13.. 17.. 15.. 12-57 Cloverdale 26.. 18.. 12..22-78 ..Clear Lake - Garcia 6, Chapman 15, Cutts 4, Silva 6, Lunas 5, Leaver 15, Jensen 6. Totals: 17-23-57. CIoverdale Daly 16, Chadwick 10, Lampert 21, Roland 14, Smith 4, Hetrick 4, Davis 2, Novak 6, Nelson 1. Totals: M-10-78. JV Results - Clear Lake 46, Cloverdale 38. CL - Lewis 14. C- Pang 10. cmr0x Bleach, + Gallo+ :. TER ::::::::::::::::::::: :::::::.:::::::::::::.:.::::::::::: :::::.:.:::.:.:::::::::::::.:.:.:.:.:::::: :.: .:.:: :::: ::::.:.:::: ::::: :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: ,OuC RCH d Boat Show opens 117 here comes the fun 4TzS  enmgoor sportsmen in . . j.w +eptern states are on ,ss t alert waiting for the Sports open January 11 for L,m. .l annual te day run at array of fmhing Will greet fishermen in ng a new $15,000 !p+.r fishing reel from mat performs seven __ for the dead-serious mm ran- Tackle can be . . ,, =u on the sput in this k'LLEi,famed Harolds Club eeUon from the Rerm - bis..Coming to the show et ,wiul other antiques Roaring  . "rl will be the first exhibition of the priceless collection outside Reno. Queen of the show's 600 boats is the new 44 foot cruising slopp by Gulf Star of St. Petersburg, Florida. The model shown is the first off the production line and is tagged at $250,000. By con- trast, inflatable boats that can he tucked in a duffle bag will be offered. Mercury's new goliath, a 300hp outboard is to introduced at the show. Camping gear will range from pop-up tents front Maine to recreational vehicles 35 feet long. The new propane powered RVs and some with solar heating units in their roofs will be shown. One motor home boasts a sauna and pool table. Another is fitted for com- mercial office use. The Sportatorium Hall is given over to participating sports such as soccer, tennis, golf, baseball, basketball and even darts. Sports celebrities like Marc Van Eeghen and Greg Minton will make daily appearances for autograph sessions. "Backyard sports" will be demonstrated in the lobby by children shooting yo-yos, hula hooping, pngo-sticking and marble playing. It's the "fun we forgot" says show manager Thomas Rooney, adding "so big come twice!" Doors open at 1:00 p.m. weekdays and 11:00 a.m. weekends. Admission is $3. Children $1. one of the best things that has happened in Cloverdale for a long time, according to this happy group of skaters, is the new c Coca-Cola 6-16 oz. Bottles (Plus -,,st m % Campbell's Chicken Noodle Cloverdale Roller Skating Center open every Wednesday and Sunday at the Citrus Fair Building. Photo by Janice :" ' Charmin Bath Tissue, Soup, 10.75 oz. 4 Roll, 1-Ply 4,, Pampers ++o++,o,s+.++ Diapers, 12 ct. Bounce ,+.c Softener Sheets for the Dryer, 40 ct. Cheese00,.., Brand, Loncjhom. Per lb. Rice +own +use, Extra Long, S-lb. Ice gream 00uoem+.+o.,,oo. Cappuccino Crunch Premium Bread S175 Slee $229 S145 lV'z-lb. Loaf 6 12or (c a,.e ot 4 $7) Budweiser Beer ,, .ks..+ ';' '.,<,'+c"' $34s Old Calhoun's  ...... ' ..... 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