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February 13, 1980

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Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH ach a nice day last Wednesday that the "bill r" and I decided we would see how the rest of the making out. Now, for some of my more s merely, "what's cooking" around t know how most of them at my age are e whole thing right there! the Rutherfi Evie and Ed are off until the glorious Hawaii for two weeks r-gaging in the sun ! Lucky fellow, that Ed ! Bidwell's of H'burg had a disappointing USual stomping grounds for winter golf in all their reservations were in vain, including ailex, let alone starting times for golf! buy the whole damn State of Arizona and park where ever you wish and we will come to very, very sorry to hear my good friend and June Daniel, is seriously ill. All of us are prayers for you, old Boy, and hope for your mistake of driving over to Lee Farris's found his layout to be going like a house . Ladies Day and at lunch time he gave the use of irons. No, silly not the and besides they don't iron clothes the advent of permanent press! bad judgement, Lee happens to be stocking an called, "Kangaroo Kaddy". He has two everything except replace your divots merely follows you around like a little dog! state at this juncture that my greet-eyed bill now collected another bill and is simply "ec- over her new "Kangaroo Kaddy"! she knew all along that Lee had these being such a nice day and all that she would ncing me that she just had to have one I was so discombooberated that I even ate and if the Gravensteins had been ripe, I over to a fruit stand and bought a box or two I still control the purse strings around here". development! Also, big laugh, Oh weal, eaSygone. Is that right? over the River Road where all the nude sure enough, it being such a warm day, casting their clothes 1o the look but Mary told me. See you all up but with clothes I hope! Br00ge Winners Again. the Duplicate The Duplicate Bridge Club Bridge Club had a large had an unusually large turnout of players for their turnout for its Jan. 31st Feb. 7th meeting. The meeting with 34 players following members placed: present. The following North - South. scored: 1st - George Hunter-Jack North- South Myers 1st Bette Murphy- 2nd -Katherine Baxter-Bill Margaret Weaver Forrester 2rid - Sophie Reinstra-Ron 3rd Bette Murphy- McEwan Margaret Weaver 3rd - Zoe & Bill Green East - West. East - West 1st Jo Stan-Dorothy 1st Jo Stan-Dorothy Gum merson Gum merson 2nd - Evelyn Holtz-Rhea 2nd Lucille Sink-Dave Johnson Strong 3rd Lucille Sink-Dave 3rd - Evelyn Holtz-Drexell Strong Smith Men's Basketball The three games played Sunday, Feb. 3, found a double forfeit between Geyserville and the Depot Hotel (both teams not having enough players), Satan's Spirits being blasted by Back's Fire 107-76, and Cloy. Auto Parts tipping C & L Diesel 71-46. Future games slated are Sunday Feb. 24, with the Depot Hotel and Satan's Spirits squaring off at 6 p.m., Cloverdale Auto Parts and Geyserville at 7 p.m., and C&L Diesel going against Back's Fire Equipment at the 8 p.m. contest. Some leading scorers to date in the league are from Back's - John Gastineau 30.7 points per game. and Rick Blackmon 18.2; the Depot Hotel has Joel Morgan at 15.3, and Mark Greppi with 12.0. Satan's Spirits shoots Scan Daly at 18.0, Lloyd Wear, 15.5, Rich Price, 15.2 and Mike Wlodarczyk with 14.0. Cloverdale Auto Parts is led by Ron Smoot at 22.5, Ken Todd with 21.2, and Joe Ramazotti's 13.0. The Geyserville Squad is paced by Raul Farias's 19.5, Steve Johnson at 18.0, and Tiny Farias with 15.5. C & L Diesel's Chuck Ungerman at 15.7 and Ed Waller Jr's 25.5 head that squad Standings thus far show Cloverdale Auto Parts and Back's Fire with undefeated 4-0 records. C & L Diesel pulls into third place at 2 wins 2 losses, the Depot Hotel has 1 win and 3 losses, and Satan Spirits and Geyserville are winless in four games. Wednesday, February 13, 1980- Page 11 Two Musalacon students pass California Proficiency Examination School is happy and proud that two students attending Musalacon have recently passed the California Proficiency Examination, which is the eouivalent to a high school diploma. One of the students who passed the exam, Greg Koger, said "I am very pleased". He ad- vises other studen(s to take the exam when they feel they are ready. Some of the exam questions concern common knowledge and writing skills which will be needed in the working world. Preparing students to take this exam is one of the objectives ot Musalacon. Other objectives are preparing students to reenter the regular high school, preparing students to continue their education in a community college or vocational school, allowing flexible scheduling to ac- commodate part-time jobs, earning school credit through ROP. training programs. It is very fortunate that Cloverdale has an alternative high school with the flexibility to meet the variety of needs of teen-age students. On the coming fiscal belt tightening Musalacon High Superintendent James McAuley presents Greg Koger his high school diploma for passing the California Proficiency Examination. Photo by Jose Esparza School will need the support we are concerned here with the future of our country's of the entire community. For our most precious resource - young people. Scores Picky Q Picky 4 16 16 4 High individual game llz 8z Fran Taber 211. 10 10 High individual series 10 10 Jackie Snellgrove 553. 10 10 High team game An- 81, llz derson Backhoe 682. t g 12 High team series - Best 4 - / 6 14 1927. game Tues. Merchants Mixed 4s 208. House of Jacks 16 4 series - Giovannetti's Sport 510. Shop 13 7 game - PRMCO Coppo's Liquors II 9 Pizza Queen 10 10 Sue's Salon 9 11 Masonite 9 I l The Mustard Seed 7 13 The Grapevine 5 15 Series . Penny High invididuat game - men 15 5 - Tony Cuneo 257; women - 12 8 Gloria Stryker 192. 11 9 High individual series 10 10 men Tony Cuneo 659; 10 I0 women - Gloria Stryker 519. 8 12 High team game 7 13 Giovannetti's Sport Gshop 7 13 789. game High team series 184; Mel Giovannetti's 5port Shop 2280. series 545; Mel Friday Night Early Birds game - Field & Caturegli's Shell 12 4 L.P. 1 I1 5 series. Field & L.P. 2 I0 6 Silva's Pharmacy 10 6 Maurice's Saw Shop 9 7 Depot Hotel 5 II Orange Realty 4 12 Rexall Drugs 3 13 High individual game (scratch) women - Gloria Stryker 202; men Curt Cissna 217. High individual series (scratch) women - Brenda Odiorne 511; men Paul Better Half 14 6 14 6 13 7 I0 I0 9 11 81 11|, 7l& 121 Pasquini 589. High team game (han- dicap) LP. No 1 - 838. High team series (han- dicap) Caturegti's Shell 24t6. Mort. Scratch Trio Boise Cascade 10 Pizza Queen 9 Damerow & McTeer 8 Garrett Logging 8 Louisiana Pacific 7 Cloverdale Bowl 6 High individual game Dave Parsley 279. High individual series Dave Parsley 801. High team game Cloverdale Bowl 716. High team series Cloverdale Bowl 1877. 6 * 7 8 8 9 12 Monday Night Ladies Dilley Ins. 14 2 Seghesio 10 6 Naureens 10 6 Photo by Mac 8 8 Wine C,. Prop. 7 9 Saw Center 6 10 Sarans Spirits 6 10 The Wheel 3 13 High individual game - Mig Wiggins 217 Hlgl individual series Virginia Neat 584. High team game - Dilley 2993. High team series - Seghesio 1011. Virginia Neat 200; Phyllis MittNstadt 211 and 200 - 550; Branda Odionne 503, Sharon Ricetti 540; Lulue Boehm 536; G. Stryker 500; Terri Edens 559; Barbara Drake 545; Mig Wiggins 522. rdale High School r roJJ Sa?CO?ed z quarter Botkin, jaCnie Miller. Mike Mills. Pe:;sn'RM:rYhal.RenASnhn Cole. Jim MeClure, Jaci Rain- Jim Kia Monty Paulson, John Traglia, Gilbert Villarreal. 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