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Page 6. Wednesday, May 14, 1980 ' ' I e00ports[ Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Scores in the $ilviera Tourney for the first Sunday of play are: Gokan 60; Shipman 65; Davis 66; Baker 67; Lehrman 69; C. Morando 71; Hamberg 73; and Keehan 78. These are for 40 yrs. and under group. For those 41 to 60 yrs. Rutherford and Montoya tied at 54; Hearn 65; Masherini, Loyd Mittelstadt 67; Hines. D. Moranda, Simon and Vadon 68; Bellagio 69; Pasquiui, E. Rogers, Koepf 70, K. Johnson, Kately 71; Rege, Lyle, McCullough, Rice 72; Barrington 73; Woltzen, Faust, Bob Rogers 74; Steinbach 75 Sixty one and over: Book 62; DeVoto 65; Bill Muigrew 67; Petri 68; Hornlein, Bush, Venter 68; Iverson 70; Vasconi 72; Briggs 73; Cousins 74; Boucher, C Peterson, Warnick 75; Buke Bidwell 65; Leonard Mittelstadt 68; Ranfl 72 and Mayo Pickard 74. A change of plans for this tourney call for the two best days play of the three. So you can throw out your ad day and still come in a winner. Or you may play only two Sundays and also be a winner. All on account of Mother's Day on the llth. Yeah, some of these guys have mothers Speaking of mothers, the first Mr and Mrs. Tournament, with the pot luck and watering hole bit, will be held Tuesday, 13. Tee off time 4 to 6 p.m. Bring enough food for eight people (8), says the poop sheet. Must know I will be there, I hope! These things are great fun and the food as I have said many times, is usually "absolutely marvelous", as Joe Carcione, my favotire TV person is wont to say. Also'speaking of mothers and women in general, it has come to me, by word of mouth (how else, by smoke signal, maybe?) that ny long time friend Jamesina Walker, whom I fondly nicknamed "Aunt Jemima" was in town the other day, playing "cahds" with the local ladles. She inquired of my health and especially if anyone had taken a pot shot at me with their old rusty, double barreled automatic lately! "Aunt Jemima", as we called her did not in any way resemble the woman on the pancake box, but got her name from her expert cooking of these dainty morsels many years ago when we both worked at an all nile place of business, of which she was the owner. I have spend many wee hours in the morning, listening to this lady instruct me in the vagaries of women of the female sex, while devouring "absolutely marvelous" Scottish pancakes. Oh. yes, she was born in Scotland, Glasgow, I believe and the "burr" in her Ianguage was so . pronounced I think some of it wound up in her pancakes. Wonderful lady, and what a sense of humor she has ! She lives in Maria County now and we surely do miss her happy way of life! Come home, dear lady and cook us another bait of pancakes. See you all up the crick aways and I must tell you, "Aunt Jemima w, ihave never fully recovered from the effects of not heeding your words of feminine wisdom! Too late with too :; little! Have a "guid day, noo, ye ken!" A real "Bonnie Lassie". Little League News Senior League May 5, Rotary Club Mets 18, Turbo's 5. Mets: R. Ricetti 2x3, D. Ricetti 2x2 double, J. Keyes Ix3, T. Ridgeway 2x2, B. Bell 2x3, Peterson 2x3, J. Zipperlen x3, C. Delfino lx2, J. Bradley Ix2. Turbos: D. Hohnston 2x3 triple. May 7, Lion Club A's 10, Louisiana Pacific Dodgers 2. A's: T. Trimble Ix2, S. Stewart lx3, E. Batkin 2x4 triple, R. Bluhm lx4, A. Edons 2x4 triple, R. Wilson Ix2, S. Stuber lx3. Dodgers: K. Smith 2x3, D. Wirt lxl. May 10, Kotary Club Mets 13, MGM Brake Cubs 9. Mets: J. Keyes 2x4, B. Bell 2x4 double, D. Ricetti Ix4, R. Ricetti lxl. Cubs: H. Tellez lx3, B. Danner 2x4 double, A. Estrada Ix4, A. Bartlett lx3 double, R. Tillman Ix2. Senior League Stamlings A's 4 0 Mets 4 2 Dodgers 2 2 Cubs 1 4 Turbe's 0 3 Major League ' May 7, S&B Construction Reds 9, Knights of Columbus Cards 2. Reds: G Faber 2x3 triple, M. Lemley lx2, L. Wise 2x3 out of the park homer, J. Nichols Ix2 double. Cards: R. Gren Ix3 triple, I'. Rivas Ix3. May 8, Cloverdale Rexall Astros 12, Western Lumber Div. Padres 7. Astros: J. Jojola lx3, J. Naimen 3X4, 2 triples, double, W. Spain Ix3, J Cranford 2x4 tripls, T. Ooodman lxl, J. Graham Ix3. Padres: B. Caldwell 2x4, J. Lowe !x2 triple, M. Hutchins lx4 double, J. Chappell lx2, b: farris lx3. May 10, S&B Construction Reds 18, Twins 4. Reds: C. Romash lx2; M. Muson lx4, M. Lemley 2x4 double, L. Wise lx3 double, J. Nichols 3x3 double, S. Wineland 2x4 2 triples, M. Panzo lx2. Twins: T. Dilley lx2, R. Richards lx3 triple, C. Gray 1x2 double. Gerdes Auto Wreckers BATTERIES Major League Standing Reds 5 1 Astros 2 2 1 Padres 2 1 1 Cards 2 2 Twins 0 5 Minor League May 6, Preston Lumber Expos6, Dilley & Assoc. Angels 4. Expos: J. Leon lxl, J. Spelbring 2x3, R. Spain 2x3 triple, R. Fletcher lx3, R. Davies Ix1, T. Stockham lxl, D. Pankey 2xw. Angels: M. Finck 2x2 2 doubles, G. Buckner 2x2 homerun, J. Munsen lx2, G. Both, cars and trucks... .$24 so For most types, "6 and 12 vol. Exchange and tax 2nd's with 3 too. guaranty. Gerdes Auto Wrecking 1000 Gerdes Lane 894-00186 An exciting finish was provided in the 8th grade girls 50 yd. dash by Robyn Bullard. Photo by Michael Pang. Cloverdale retains tie for first The Eagles rallied with 2 runs in the third inning to lake a 2-1 Lead over the Tomales Braves, a week ago Friday, and held on to defeat the Braves by that score. The win which followed the recent Tuesday's 9-7 victory over Pt. Arena coupled with a Calistoga loss to St Vincents put the Eagles back into a tie with Calistoga for 1st place in NCL South. The game at Pt. Arena featured slolpy play on both sides but go6d hitting from Eagle bats plus ex- cellent relief pitching from Soph. Doug Lemley. In the hilling, catcher Greg Stewart had 2 RBI's and Graham with 2 hits and Lemley and Baumgardner with 3 hits" each led the Eagle offense. The game got scary when the Oirates tied Cloverdale in the bottom of the 7th and with the game on the line in the 8th Drug Lemley relieved John Graham with the bases loaded. Doug calmly struck out the side and in the 9th cenlerfielder Chris Allen doubled Io lead off, next Jerry Novak bunted and the bali was thrown into left field allowing Allen to score and Novak to reach 3rd. Steward followed with a sacrifice fly Io right center to score the 9th run. On Friday, May 2, the Eagles cod not put the determined Tomales Braves away but came up with their llth win outlasting Tomales 2-1. Tomales scored in the 2nd on a bunt by the Braves pitcher with runners at 2nd and 3rd and 1 out, pitcher Lemley threw the ball into righl field. Rightfielder Ken Baumgardner, alertly backing the play up, made a fine play a{ the plate but the runner just squirmed under Wilson's lag. The Eagles came back in the 3rd with Zach Vail singling, plus a fielder's choice for Ken Baumgardner, and 2 throwing errors getting Vail home. Senior infielder Mark, Cuneo then doubled advancing Baumgardner to third. Lemley walked to load the bases and centerfielder John Graham battled the pitcher before pulling a ground ball to second to drive in 1he winning run. A few errors were ea.y offset by gtcd defense from catcher Dale Wilson, 3rd sacker Don Hunt, and the Eagle outfield. Doug Lemley pitching very well continued undefeated while striking out 11 and walking 5. Leading hitters for Cioverdale were: Cuneo 2x3, Vail lxl, Lemley lx2, Allen lx3, Novak lx3. Martin Ix3 double. May 9, Redwood Smorgette Pirates I0, Cloverdale Fire DepV. Yankees 9. Pirates- T. Vandoorn Ix2, R. Green Ix2, D. Gaylor Ix2, D. Domenichelli 2x2 double Yankees: R. Victoria Ix2, R. London Ix3, B. Ordlorne 2x2 double, E. Dolgado Ix3. May 10, Dilley & Associate Angels 22, Cloverdale Fire Dept. Yankees 1. Angels: G. Delgado lx3 May 10, Dilley & Associate Angels 22, Cloverdale Fire Dept. Yankees 1. Angels: G. Buckner 3x3 tripl, A. Beebe 2x3 double, M. Finck Ix3, G Martin Ix2. Yankees: L. Delgado Ix2, Troy Mersh lxl. Minor League Standings Expos 3 2 Pirates 3 2 Angels 2 3 Yankees 2 3 RED PROMOTIONS ONSONYTAPES WITHFULL COLOR SOUND. Take advantage of the special oilers were got on Sony Audio Tapes: Buy 3 HFX - 60 minute tapes for lust SSeS or a FREE 3 - 90 minute tapes 10 pack case ,for ,TeS 5o drop in. It's the perfect time to enjoy Full Color Sound and take advantage of these Red Hot promotions; Washington track and fi On May 1. Washington Ramage; Junior High hosted a dual Tom track meet against St. Mary Robinson, of the Angels School from 8th g. Ukiah. Results were as Santans, follows for Washington 7th b. School: 5:35; 7ill 7th b. 80yd. low hurdles, 1st Girerd; Mike Thieman: 8th b D.H " Brandon 1st Craig McMillan, 2rid Tom 1st Betty Trimble: 8th g. L.H.. 1st Sue yd. 1st Thieman: 7th b. ,50 yd. dash. Craig 1st Ryan Osmon 6.6; 7th g. 50 220 yd. yd. 1st Cindy O'Brian; 8th b Carolyn 50 yd. 1st Tom Trimble 6.8, yd. 1st 2nd Jacob Zipperlan; 8th g. 50 2nd yd. 2nd Robyn Builard 4th Robinson; Lisa Ramage; 7th b. 440 run, Julie 1st Ryan Osmon 61.4; 7th g. Ramage; 440 run. 1st Cindy Kemp, 2nd JoAnn Robinson; 8th b. 440 1st Sue run. 1st David Upton. 3rd relay Jacob Zipperlan; 8th g. 440 Thieman, run. 1st Julie Linn 1:12.4: 7th 57.1; b. 100 yd. 1st Ryan Osmon 12.4: 7th g. 100 yd. 1st Cindy O'Brien, O'Brien, 3rd Carolyn 8th Trimble, 54.8: 8th Cloverd Thiemam 59.95; 7th Mike b. J.J. IS/ ft. 8 in., 10 in.; Thieman Florence 7th b. 2nd 3rd Tom I 8th g. Santana Discus lSi ft. 1 ,' 4th Mike b. discus 3rd Mike' Beth Vogt; 7th Bergman Shot 2rid Dan DaY, 8th g. 2nd New set at t Craig McMiilan races to a first place finish in the 8th grade boys 440 yd. relay. 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