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Page 6 - Wednesday, March 5, 1980 ts T If Notes By CECIL SMITH The scores for the Realty Tournament, held in the rain, last Sunday are as follows: Team of Whitton-Rege, 58; B. Mulgrew-Rosen, 59; Warnick-Lyle, 60; Montoya-Vaseoni, 61; De. Sarto-Pickard, 61; Faust-Lehram, 62; Seldner- Heidelberger, 62; Dillion-Ronald, 62; Mascherini-Baker, 62; Koepf-Henderlong, 63; Selzle-Navarro, 63; Burton-Kately, 63; McCuilough-Peterson, 63; Bush-Vadon, 64; Duke Bidwell- Hines, 65; Shipman-Hines, 65; Parks-Simao, 66; Cousins-C. Peterson, 67; Randen-Gokan, 68; Davis-Cockran, 68; Creecy- Pasquini, 68; C. Moranda-Briggs, 69; Matteoli-Sesna, 69; Moranda Larson, 69; Foote-Harris, 70; Regers-Barrington, 73. Final play set for March 2nd. Another Tourney coming up will be played March 15-16 is the Ist Annual Bodega-H'burg, Two Man Better Ball. Entry fee is $50 per team. A lot of goodies go along with this one and all those in- terested should contact either Gary Williams at H'burg or John Murray at lis course in Bodega Bay. The field is limited to 72 players so get on the ball if you wish to compete. On March 16th also, the Greater Irish Open will be held at Healdsburg Course. This has a $3 entry with a corn beef and cabbage feed and prizes. It will be a shotgun start at 9 a.m. for a four man team to be drawn. Cut off date for this one is March 14, 1980. We hope that the clouds will be wrung out by that time and give us a little sunshine for a change. Speaking of rain, I had occasion to drive down to the H'burg Course last Wednesday, 27th and according to my backyard rain gauge it measured nearly two inches of wet stuff for that day. As I drove up around noon, here, playing golf or a reasonable facsimile, thereof, in the pouring rain was the Messers Jimmie Vadon, Gene Rege, Bob Davis, Chuck Carlsen, Raoul Pellegrini, Bill Cooper and Mayo Pickard ! All from Cloverdale! And all sober, I think! Now I will tell you, a man must really be a golf nut to subject their old bones to the elements in this fashion! Either that Or they had an intense desire to remove themselves from the family abode for some reason or other. I know for a fact that some of these guy's spouses were playing bridge so it couldn't be that they had been thrown out of the house for some reason that escapes me! Many times I have stood in the rain down at the river fishing for steelhead, but that was for a fish to eat and besides that is part of the sport, but you can't eat a golf ball that I know of! Well. to each his own but I will recline in my com- fortable "Cheer" and watch the rain come down outside. After prowling around lumber yards for nigh onto 40 years, in all kinds of weather, I have no stomach for golf under those circumstances, as much as I love the game! See you all up the crick aways and I sure hope none of these guys comes up with a bad case of the "vapors!" You can't play golf with the "vapors". Bowlin II II Scores Tuesday Women's Trio 557 Scratch Trio Stan's 22% 91/ Boise Cascade 21 L.P. 22 I0 Cloverdale Bowl 15 La Grade Motel 16*/z 15' Pizza Queen 15 Fashion Flair Too 15 17 Louisiana Pacific 12 PRMCO 14 18 Damerow & McTeer 11 Fashion Flair 13 19 New World Mfg. 13 19 Garrett Logging I0 Penny Fair 12 20 High game - Ken Kirk High game - Marcy Mires 234. High series - Marcy Mires 596. High team game - Staffs 675. High team series - Stan's 1842. Friday Night Early Birds L.P. No 2 20 8 Caturegli's Shell 17 11 Silva's Pharmacy 16 12 Maurice's Saw Shop 15 13 L.P. No. 1 15 13 Rexall Drugs 11 17 ,Depot Hotel 9 19 Orange Realty 8 20 Individual high game (scratch) men - Dennis Lish 244; women - Cathy Demattei 201. Individual high series tscratch) men - Dennis Lish 566; women - Pat Keehn 483. High team game (handicap - Depot Hotel 843. High team series (han- dicap) L.P. No 2 - 2386. Monday Night Ladies Dilley 20 8 19958 Photo by Mac 18 19 19709 Seghesio 17 11 19813 Naureens 15 13 1740 The Wheel 12 16 19542 Wine Co. 12 16 19238 SatansSpirits I0 18 18783 Saw Center 8 20 18796 High individual game - Mig Wiggins 233. High individual series . Shanon Ricetti 570. High team game - The Wheel 1013. High team series - Photo by Mac 2912. Thru 80O United Vintners 14 6 Rolando 13 7 Cloy. Auto Parts II 9 L.P. No. I I0 I0 Masonite 10 10 Wally's Home Service 8 12 Andersen Backhoe 8 12 L.P. No. 2 6 14 Keene plans to build student voting habits California students would emerge from the public schools with a practical knowledge of elective politics under the EleCtion Education Act, introduced recently by State Senator Barry Keene (D-Mendocino). "Expanding voter par- ticipation is a critical and nonpartisan problem facing those who cherish a working democracy," said Keene. "Our young people are not learning adequately how the process works, or building the voting habits that carry into adulthood." More than 70 million voting-age Americans failed to vote in the 1976 presidential election, Keene noted. "The next President will take office knowing that most of his fellow citizens didn't vote for him," continued Keene, chairman of the Senate Elections and Reapportionment Com- mittee. "The most significant nonvoting group consists of those under 35." The measure calls for an election education element to be designed by elementary and high schools, at their own pace and in their own style. It is to be designed for use in state and presidential election years. Under the plan, students would assume roles including deputy registrars, precinct inspectors and election judges. It is patterned after a well-received program in" Illinois. That state deve..loped models for both secondary and elementary schools stressing registration, in- formed voting and campaign techniques. Adapt.ion of these models for California use should cut the state cost to simply duplication and postage. "This is a participatory learning experience, leaving a more thorough and lasting impression than the usual American government course," said Keene. Senate Bill 1536 is co- authored by State Senators William Craven (D- Oceanside), Nicholas Petris (D-Oakland), Robert Presley t D-Riverside),Omer Rains (D- Ventura, David Roberti tD- Hollywood), Walter Stiern tD-Bakersfield), Diane Watson (D-Los Angeles), and Bob Wilson (D-La Mesa). Cowbelles sponsor beef cook-off The Sonoma-Marin unit of California Cowbelles is again participating in the California Beef Cook-of sponsored by the state organization. The area cook-off will be held April 12 at Ukiah high school, and entry blanks, which are due March 21, are available from Mrs. Stanley Deemer, 4390 Woolsey Rd.; Santa Rosa, 95401. Her telephone number is 707-545- 6959. Beef gift checks of $I00, $50, and $25 will be given for the fhst three places in area competition. Anyone 18 years or older may enter recipes containing two to five pounds of chuck, round, rump or fresh brisket cuts of beef. Total cooking time, exclusive of marinating, must not exceed four hours. Judging will be based on taste, ease of preparation, originality, and appearance. The area first place winner will be eligible for the state contest in Stockton on May 31, and the state winner receives an all-expense paid trip to Scottsdale, Ariz., for the national contest Sept. 3-5. National prizes will include $1,500 for f'wst; $750, second; $500, third, and five honorable mention awards of $100 each. High individual game - Willie Baker 263. High individual series - Dean Young 658. High team game - Cloy. Auto Parts 965. High team series - Cloy. Auto Parts 2590. Tues. Merchants Mixed 4s His & Hers Reno 7 Giovannetti's Sport Field & Rued 23 9 13 Shop 21 II Cloverdale Bowl 18 14 13 House of Jacks 20 12 Pizza Queen 18 14 16 The Mustard Seed 19 13 Aparicio Explosives 17 15 17 Masonite 16 16 V.F.W. 16 16 18 Pizza Queen 15 17 The Encore 15 17 Coppo's Liquors 14 18 Barnes Lumber 13 19 Sue's Salon 13 19 Cloverdale Products 8 24 The Grapevine 10 22 High game and series - Ken High individual series Kirk 256 - 717; Dean Young men-MelBarber651; women 240 - 673; Al Pritenard 252 - - Ann Squler 522. 670. High individual game - men - Vel Barber 245; women - Thru 800 Ann Squier 198. Polando 16 8 Clov. AutoParts 15 9 High team series United Vintners 15 9 Giovannetti's Sport Shop 2206. L.P.No. 1 13 11 Wally'sHomeService 12 12 High team game Giovannetti's Sport Shop 786. Masonite 11 13 Andersen Backhoe 8 , 16 L.P. No. 2 6 18 High game - Marcy Mires 216; Mel Barber 280. High series - Gloria Stryker 524; Mel Barber 645. High team game - Pizza Queen 713. High team series - Pizza Queen 2003. High game - Rob Wakemmt :::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::: 241. High series - Rob Wakeman 657. High team game - Clov. Auto Parts 916. High team series - Cloy. Auto Parts 2568. Monday Night ladies DilleyIns 19 5 17192 Photo by Mac 15 9 16979 Naureens 14 10 16696 Seghesio 13 11 1693 TbeWheel 9 15 16728 Calendar of events Wed. March 5 Cloverdale Grange at the Grange Hall at 7 p.m. Womans Improvement Club at the Library at I p.m. Knights of Columbus at the Parish Hall at 8 p.m. Wine Co. 9 15 Sarans Spirits 9 15 Saw Center 8 16 High individual game Shanon Ricetti 208. High individual series - Lulue Boehm 563. High team game - Seghesio 1021. High team series - Seghesio 2938. Rita Ricetta rolled a triplicate series. She had 3 games of 140. 16374 Planning Commission at City Hall at 8 p.m. 16046, V.F.W. Bingo at the Veterans Memorial at 7:30 p.m. 16156 Thurs. March 6th Business & Prof. Women at Briarwood at 8 p.m. C)overdale LionsOub at The Encore at 7:30 p.m. Cloverdale Rotary at Papa John's at 12:15 p.m. Alanon at St. Peters Church at 8 p.m. Thurs Morning Better Half Dresser 17 I I Anderson Backhoe 16 12 Torvick's Tigers 16 12 Kiwii Kats 15% 12% Best 4 15 13 B & K Upholstery 13% 14 Cloverdaie Hard- ware 13 15 Picky q Picky 6 22 High individual game - Brenda Odiorne 218. High individual series - Dot Smith 548. High team game - Best 4 - 6'/2. High team series - Best 4 - 1887. Mort. March 10th County Social Services at Veterans Memorial at 10 a.m. Square Dance Class at Washington School at 7 p.m. Citrus Fair Board at the Citrus Fair at 9 p.m. Cloverdale Historical Society at Jefferson School at 7:30 p.m. Fire Dept. at the Fire Hall at 7: 30 p.m. Fues. March I Ith Xi Delta Epsilon at Members Home at 8 p.m. Century Lions at the Grange Hall at 7 a.m. Rebekah Lodge at Grange Hall at 8 p.m. Cloverdale Druids at the Druids Hall at 8 p.m. City Council at City Hall at 8 p.m. Theta Zeta at Members Home at 8 p.m. ::.::.::::::.:::::::.:.....::`.:.::.H:.:....:.....:.................: Over two hundred deg awarded to SSU gradua Four hundred and ten candidates for baccalaureate and masters degrees were listed as January graduates from Sonoma State University. A total of 79 masters degrees and 331 bachelor degrees were awarded to students from throughout California as well as from Colorado, New York, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois and New Jersey. Foreign countries represented include Israel, Japan and Saudi Arabia. Management graduates topped the field with 74 B.A.'s and I0 M.A.'s being granted by that department. Psychology was second with 59 B.A.'s and 4.5 mters.. Other leading departments were English with 21; en- vironmental studies and planning with 17; the Hut- chins School of Liberal Studies with 15; biology, sociology and the special B.A.L.S. program with 14 each; and criminal justice administration with 13. Baccalaureates were also issued by most other departments on campus. Eleven bachelor of science degrees were awarded, four in nursing, two each in mathematics and geology, Other and one each in computer were science, physics and English, chemistry, specialities, The psychology depart- ma ment lead the master's majors. degrees with 25 M.A.'s being A masters awarded, followed by early awarded childhood education with 13, Geography; counseling with 11, and Jarvis, management with ten. Cloverdale. Cloverdale wrestlers in North Central Leag Cloverdale's Eagles in their 3rd year of wrestling faired well at the recent league tournament in Clear Lake. They finished 4th out of I0 teams competing and that was with only 9 wrestlers competing. The Eagles were mising wrestlers in weight, classes - 1 class because of injury and 3 forfeits because of not having a competitor that size. Out of the 9 boys competing the Eagles had 4 wrestlers place in the top 4 with a 4th, a 3rd. 2nd, and a 1st. Wrestlers and their places are as follows: 98 lbs. - Todd Ridgway, 1st place. Cloverdale's 1st league 106 - forfeit 115 - Don 123- 130 - Dave 136 - John 141 - forfeit 148 - Gary 157 - 168 - forfeit 178 Don 194 - Gary place hvy wt. - Wrestlers Durham Wrestling Sonoma to qualify wrestling be held in North Coast section CIF Wrestling tournament res Cloverdale in its 3rd year of wrestling sent 2 young men to this gigantic tournament held last Friday and Saturday at Sonoma State College. Gary Durham was defeated twice in the 194 pound class and Todd Ridgway won his 1st match against Mike Scully from American H.S. 3-2. Todd lost his 2rid match of the day as he w/Is pidned in I 3rd round by Tony Barbieri of Castor Valley, Barbieri ended up 3rd and qualified to go the State championships. Todd won his consolation match against Petaluma's Thiele 4-2. That concluded competition on Friday for the Eagle wrestlers. Saturday, as the competition continued, Bidgway had to forfeit as he couldn't make weight and had to forfeit his Ist Saturday match thus being eliminated from the tournament. North Central League Snap Menu Wednesday, March 5 Green Salad Meatloaf w-Gravy Rice Broccoli Pudding Thursday, March 6 Pineapple Juice Baked Chicken Sweet Potatoes Green Beans Roll Fresh Fruit Friday, March 7 Cole Slaw Baked Fish w-Tartar "Sauce Harvard Beets Baked Potato Sliced Pineapple _ Monday. March I0 wrestlers who faired the best were Charlie Fales at 123 lbs. from Ft. Bragg who was 6th. Beck from Willits at 141 making it as far as Ridgway, and Davis from Willits at 168 who lost in Saturday's con- solation round. The real strength in the tournament was from the Sonoma County area. All of these young men will go to the State championship: Doug Carnation - 1st 148 lbs., El Molino: Jim Nihil - 2nd at 136 lbs., Montgomery; Gary Soto 3rd at 141 lbs. Rancho Cotate: Brandon Bridges - 3rd at 123 lbs., Piner; Steve Meuia - 2nd at Hvy wt., Rancho Cotate: Andy Tsarnas - 1st at 178 ibs., Healdsburg. All the above wrestlers were part of the more than 400 young men wrestling for the right to go to the State Tournament in Los Angeles, Grated Carrot-Raisin Salad Orange Juice Polish Sausage Cabbage Roll Sliced Peaches Tuesday, March I I Apple Juice Fruit and Cottage Cheese Stuffed Bell Peppers Corn Wholewheat Bread Cake Wednesday. March 12 Vegetable Salad Toast Turkey w-Gravy Dressing Cranberry Sauce Spinach Fruit Jello Business of the Week FIND THIS BUSINESS ON YOUR WHITE & GREEN PHONE BOOK COVER. & Mar. 7-8. 75 high schools tournament were represented at the the largest ifl Cloverdale School Monday, March !0 Mac and Cheese Cabbage and Apple Slaw Applesauce Peanut Butter Sandwich i Pint Milk Tuesday, March I I Cheese and Meat Sandwich Tater Rounds Hot Buttered Beans Chocolate Pudding  Pint Milk Wednesday. March 12 Giant Meat Balls Beef Flavored Rice Sweet Peas Cranberry Orange  Pint Milk Pizza Crispy Salad Buttered Cor Oatmeal 12 Pint Milk Friday, Turkey and Mashed Peanut Cup Sliced Biscuit 2 Pint Milk Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIE00 Both, cars and trucks. $24 so For most types, 6 and 12 Exchange and tax 2nd's too. guarantee. Ask about rices on starters and Gerdos Auto 1000 Gerdes Lone TONY ROM BAIL BON ON LIFE "'"erving..., 24 HOUR SE 52 sPECIALIZING IN