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Page 10 - Wednedsay, April 16, 1980 ports Junior high wres,lers finish second in tourn Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH As of Wednesday, April 9, norty-nine players have signed up for the Red Carpet Tourney that is being sponsored by Rich Pellegrini, to be held over two Sundays, April 13th and 20th. This tourney also will carry the bole-in-one contest, the money going to the Cloverdale Band for their trip to Vienna. The course is being readied for this event and even new flags have been ordered. The new flags are supposed to be easier to see from a distance and therefore enable you to judge your shot better. What I need is a flag with a handle long enough so that I can see it from my usual position, in a creek or a brush pile somewhere along the course! Also I must inform Vivian Weer that the birds I have reference to that are nesting are the ones that frequent my back yard. The birds that hang out on the golf course are mostly too old or otherwise occupied to worry about nesting. A true golfing nut lets nothing stand in the way, or lie down for that matter, interfere with his game, good or bad ! Looking over the roster of the men's roster of the men's club the other day, I had occasion to count the members from Cloverdale. As of last week, there are twenty-eight men that pay dues to the local club. One hundred and thirty-four have joined from the entire area, so you see we do draw a little water with our representation from our local hamlet ! That course does not include the women from Cloverdale that are members of the ladle's club. At last count they number eleven, so that makes a total of thirty-nine people that play regularly at the Healdsburg course. There aremany more of course, from this vicinity that use these facilities that do not belong to the club. Mayhaps we should start thinking of a course of our own, since the price of gas and all else concerning transportation by car, has gone our of sight! Parking our golf carts is no small item either, even though those that live on or near the course also have to shell out a few beans for the privilege, but nowhere near what we hatve to dig up each year! I shall get off this subject of cost. I cannot think of a thing these days that doesn't cost money, so there is no use to worry about it. But when you are of Scottish descent a day like this could drive you to a "sundowner" and it is a good four hours till the sun hits Furber's Peak in the West ! And even that cost money! O'h, wurra, wurra, 'tis a sad life the "auld mon" leads! See you all up the crick aways and say Laddie, "do ye ken a spot where a mon could borrow a farthing or two 'till next tithing day?" Bowling Scores ued from page 9 L.P. No ! 21 19 Friday Night Early Birds .Wally's Home Service 19 21 L,P. No 2 37 15 Masonite 17 23 Caturegli's Shell 30 22 Andersen Backhoe 13 27 Silva's Pharmacy 29 23 L.P. No 2 10 30 Madrice's Saw Shop 29 24 ,L.P. No. 1 25 27 High game - Dean Young Rexall Drugs 211/z 30 278. Depot Hotel 19/z 32 High series - Dean Young Orange Realty 17 35 671. High individual game High team game - Cloy. (scratch) - men - Dave Auto Parts 922. Parsley 278; women - Anne High team series - Cloy. 'Hawley 180. Auto Parts 2580. High individual series (scratch) - men Dave Parsley 665; women - Anne Hawley 488. Thur. 800 High team game (han- dicap) - L.P. No. 2, 813. Rolando 32 12 High team series (han- United Vintners 31 13 dicap) - L.P. No. 1, 2335. Clov. Auto Parts 26 18 Louisiana Pacific I 22 22 Wally's Home Serv. 19 25 Masonite 19' 25 Louisiant Pacific 2 14 30 Anderson Backhoe 13 ,31 Thru 800 United Vintners 29 11 Rolando 29 11 Clov. Auto Parts 22 18 : !i A young junior high wrestler from Washington School at- tempts a switch on his opponent. He is but one wrestler on the Some 77 young wrestlers representing schools from : Ukiah (Pomolita), Redwood Valley, Willits, Fort Bragg, Laytonville and Cloverdale (Washington) and representative of nearly 200 fifth through eighth graders who have benefitted from wrestling this spring, com- peted for. nearly five hours Friday afternoon and evening, March 26, at Ukiah Hh School. Competition in this year's tournament was more equal than in any past tour- naments, which have been dominated by Willits and-or Fort Bragg. This is only the third year Cloverdale has had a wrestling team. Willits won first place with two firsts,  seven seconds and three ., thirds while Cloverdale placed second with four firsts, three seconds and four thirds and Fort Bragg placed third with three firsts, four seconds one Cloverdale had 13 wrestlers ....... competing in 17 weight " classes: 70-75-80 - BYE 85 - Scan Thompson, First 90 - Steve Michelon, Second 95 - Ted Trimble, Second I00 - Tom Trimble, First 105 - Jim Hunt 110 - Russell Ricetti 115 - BYE 120 Brandon Doble, Second 125 SteVe Third 150- 135 - Tim 140 - Ryan 150 - Tim Unlimited Third. Other represented year, but did the tourneY Sanchez, Rick Estrada, Charlie Simpson, Keith Sndth. Cloverdale starting with only before their the team lot of learning time and by it dominated tournament st Coaches Dd John Tbomps thanks to the Nancy Stan Sinyard. thank the enthusiastic whelming sl team. Four excited are sending wrestling Valley this Watch out Steak Soccer sign-up schedule Soccer sign-ups will be on April 26th at the City Park at the Boy Scout Cabin between 10 a.m. and 3 p.m.' This will be th eonly time children can sign up. The registration is $15 per chi; $10 for the second child in the family. The price includes, insurance and uniforms. Please bring a birth cer- tificate for all new players; this is necessary to comply with the League rules. It is hoped that more of the girls will register this season than did last year. Soccer practice will most likely begin in July - games will not be played until September, well after school begins. This gives plenty of time to line up teams, practice, practice and prattice. team that gave Cloverdale a second place in the tournament. Photo by John Thompson. Safeway_the Cloverdale kids played for the first time last year and were amazingly good - this year we expect to see them really take off. Remember to register on Saturday, April 26th at the City Park. Tennis tournament set for April 19-20 Whip Kraft, 32 Ounces sly5 The Cloverdale Tennis Club has scheduled its next tennis tournament for Saturday and Sunday, April 19 and 20 at the Cloverdale High School tennis courts. This is a singles round-robin event starting at 9a.m. Entry fee is one new can of Penn or Wilson tennis balls. of the ladies' round-robin doubles competition were Margaret Brown and Diana Rivas tying for first place. Third place honors were shared by Connie Seymour, Sharon Reddy, Nancy Rivas and Millie Campbell. Stan Weidmer took top berth in the men's division of the round- person can play on either day or both if he chooses to do so. Registration ends Friday, April - 18. Prospective members are invited to participate, too. For further information and to sign-up, call Chuck Weldmer at 894- 5383. Bath Tissue Full Cut, Safeway USOA Choice Grade Beef 99 Family Scott, 4 Roll Eggo Waffles Chuck Roast Family Pack, Frozen, 8 Pack Cat Food Purina, Variety Menu, 6 Ounces Bell, 7 Liquor, Wine & Beer Kavlua Vodka .......... s649 tom Breok s6" 1980 wrestling medalists Mendoclno Grapplers Assn. ms k-, 2.29' k CTC held its annual St. robin doubles event. Second Saturday is designated as Patrick's Day tourney on place was shared by Ed Scotch Buy , a, 81oio ladies' day a.d Sunday as March  at the overe Pawlan, Chris Dixon and ...... n $r"l ...... $ 99 m--, d., .ow--r oo=. w...ob,oSmoo, ! Don Flint, W; 3-Jeff Richardson, C 135 Ibm. - 1-Joe Splietbof, P; 2-Bernie Roberts, L; 3-Tim O'Hara, C 140 lb,;. - 1-Ryan Osmond, C; 2-Jerry Doorman, P; 3- Tom Price, W 150 lbs. - l-Tim Mack, C; 2- Erick Kendie, FB; 3-Rich Ball, RV Unlimited - 1-Mark Ford, RV; 2-Jim C, asey, P; 3-Gary Richards, C. FASTES PINS 70-85 lbs - Kenny Ball, (P) - 31 seconds. 90-105 -Tom Trimble (C) 37 seconds. 110-130 - Ken Crowley, (W) 26 seconds. 135-unl.- Tim O'Hara (C) 47 seconds. ,.6900 Roast ..= .'2" Pork Chops..--_ := J 1" London Broil=_- J2" Boneless Beef-_0-J 1 ., 7-Bone Chuck'J' 31" Ground Beef ,.'=,.-- 31" Cross Rib --r.  32"' The following medal winners did it the best, but no boy gave up, and even those who did not win a medal Friday, did it well enough to be the best in their school at their respective weights. 7O Ibm. - X-Pedro Qulntana FB; Sergei Anderson,W; 3- Zachary Dalzell,L. 7511m. - l-Ken Bell,P; 2-Ron C, arve, W; 3-Todd Parker, L SO lbs. - I-Ron Potter, FB; 2-Chris Bricker, W; 3-Adam Alkman, RV 85 Ibs. - l-Sean Thomp In,C; 2-Tim Crebory, W; 3. Jeff , L 90 lbs. - l-Jay Lang, FB; 2- Steve Michelon, C; 3-Manny Whitcomb,P 95 lbs.- 1-Danny Myers, RV; 2-Ted Trimble, C; 3-Joe Sasso, W 100 lbs. - 1-Tom Trimble, C; 2-Eric Cardillo, W; 3-Tony O'Donnell, FB 105 lbs. - l-Bruce Barnett, W; 2-John De Silva, FB; 3- Joe Poison, L ll01bs. - l-Mike Elmore, B; 2-Ron Stowe, FB; 3-Bob Gardner, RV 115 lbs. - 1-Ignacio Macias, RV; 2-Rick Freitas, FB; 3- Ken Crowley, W 120 lbs. - 1-Marry Essex, W; 2-Brandon Doble, C; 3.Troy Franice, RV 125 lbs. 1-Larry Blankenship, RV; 2-Tom Peterson, W; 3-Steve Retherford, C 130 Ibs.- l-Joey Idlca, P; 2- Tip Steaks '--'=" Large Size, Great with NuMade Mayonnaise Root Mug Old 2 2-lb. Mouthwash Bean Sprouts =',", PacS 30oz "']9'-..o ,,, , Cake'S;- 49' A-,,,r, :m. $129 6rap_..=.. Won Ton-,,.o:... 69, 4,90' Noodles =_,.o._ 40, 'Cold Power o..',.,,,o, q"i Chop Suey -.- 39' SuPurb ,_, Salad , Orossin9 ....,o. 69 i | Tomato uice ,,. , bwmmt ...,"" Goide