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orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH week. The golfers that played last 40 years and under, Lehrman 64; Davis 67; McAdon 67; Baker toS0: Lyle62; Randen 64; Simon 64; 66; L. Mittlestadt 68; McCullough 67; 69; E. Barbieri 70; Montoya 70; 70; Vadon 70. IX). Mittlestadt 70; Johnson 72; Barrington 72; Rutherford 77; Bellagio 78; 61 yrs. and over: 64; Vasooni 66; Ranft 66; Iversen 67; 67; Petri 67; Pickard 68; D. Bidwell 68; Z. Barbieri 72; Boucher 72; C. Peterson Briggs 77. and Mrs. Tournament are: Low gross, ROsen 38. High gross, Sylvia Rewak-Nils Alice Ranft-C+ Mudd 27%. Others were: 30; Ann Woltzen-Waldo Iversen p-Duke Bidwell 30 and three fourths. 31; Kissie Belli-Bob Jones, Candy 31%; Helen Rosen-Larry Steinbach Hollingsworth 32 and three fourths; Billy Raust-W. Briggs 33]..4; Julie ; Ann Kately-F. Turpin, Bea Sloan-Roy fourths; Rose Benson-S. Rewak 35; Sally ; Lil and John Peterson 35 and three C. Peterson 36; Mary Uboldi-B. Bidwell Maybelle Cooper-R. Bandiera 37; O]lie 37%; Verma Bidwell-J. Uboldi 38L2; 39x; Anita Muigrew-B. Harris, Mary 39]; Norma Saxton-W. Frampton 39 pton- D. Saxton 41; Melba Rice Harris-Bill Mulgrew 43; Sylvia twak- the best turnouts we have had and a total of for the bigbash. The food was especially of hot dishes and very few desserts. I eggs as I forgot to bring our dishes and lde out, however ! rs. will beon the 27th of May. Bring food! s been volunteered and know who they are, hort shots from the rough: Good to see around. He isn&apos;t up to golf yet but figures .rb Selzle is out and playing golf again! 's and for Heaven Sakes, stay out of the 'or big husky guys like you are! Now we Jel back on the course and we will be ship crick aways and for Vivian Weer--s in- rtles up our creek are'interested in only 0es not incluude foot races. They are all on getting up the crick only. u Kid to Month" Valuable The organizations which all youth sponsor campers encompass to public agencies, community be a churches and service clubs. builds All are joined by the common bond of fostering personal an growth in our youth through the positive experience of camping. On May 20, 1980 a resolution all will go before the Sonoma families County Board of Supervisors d their in recognition and acknowledgement of all a organizations which provide who camperships and to declare May 20 through June 20, 1980 be as "Send a Kid to Camp Month." are ideal and in the Area of he op- This summer, local Cub Scouts will have the op- time portuinty to participate in Cub Scout Dy Camps, e Webelos Father-Son 'ill be Weekends at Boy Scout Scout Camp, and numerous in- dividual Cub Pack activities. June, Awards will be presented to the each qualifying pack soon for after the end of August at an and in- appropriate pack-meeting ceremony. These awards include certificates for the in Cub packs, ribbons for dens Year, and within award-winning packs, of fun and pins for individual Cub to Scouts. "Having an active Dardi, summer program keeps a for pack healthy, parents in- idea terested, and Cub Scouts pack eager to participate for Pack another year," Dardi said. encouraged to Summer programs together and doing' things during the summer months when boys have the most free time." Ing Bonquet Band follows the presen- tation of the bowling awards. You The price of the fun evening is left to $7.50 each or $15 a couple. to the Tickets may be purchased uet from Dave Parsley - George must Wiget - Barbara Martin or May Cloverdale Bowl. On you may mail your remittance td- dinners P.O. Box 182, Cloverdale, CA on 95425 and a seat will be saved Fair for you. We would like to see a good turnout from the aUsic of howlers of Healdsburg and Star Cloverdale. Wednesa 21, 1980 - 9 Strike three - you're out: Cliff "Red" Richards was the umpire for the opening Pony League softball games Friday night. First game played was the Red Sox and the Dodgers, with the Red Sox triumphing 16-0. Photo by Janice. Mary Lopez, pitcher for the Redsox's. opening game Friday night pitched a winning game against the Dodgers with the final score - 16-o. Photo by Janiee. Little League News Major League May 14, S&B Construction Reds 12, Cloverdale Rexall Drug Astros I. Reds: M. Munson Ix3, M. Lemley 3x5, L. Wise Ix2, S. Wineland Ix3, T. Stubberfield Ix4, R. Dillard Ix2. Astros: D. Sibert Ix3, O. Smykla Ix2 double, J. Naiman 2x3 double. May 15, Knights of Columbus Cards 19, Ist National Bank Twins I. Cards: D. Kumec 4x4, T. Coon 2x4 double, D. Palmer Ix4 triple, R. Gren 3x5 double, triple, A. Keyes 3x4, T. Rivas Ix4, B. Mitchell Ix2, C. Kunde lx2, L. Turner lx2 triple. Twins: C. Gray lx2 double. May 17, Knights of Columbus Cards 16, Cloverdale Rexall Astros 6. Cards: D. Kumec lx3, T. Coon 2x4, double, triple, A. Keyes 3x4, C. Kunde lx3. Astros: J. Cranford lx4, J. Naiman Ix3. Second game S&B Construction Reds 17, W.L.D. Padres 3. Reds: M. Munson 2x4, M. Lemley 3x4, L. Wise 2x4, S. Wineland lx3, T. Stubberiield 3x4, C. Romash lx3, R. Dillard 2x4, M. Agnew 2x4. Padres: J Lowe lx4, T. Edens Ix2, D. Uselton Ix2, M. Hutchins Ix3, S. Moore Ix2 S&B Construction Reds. Monor League May 13, Preston Lumber Expos 8, Redwood Smorgette Pirates 7. Expos: J. Spelbring 3x3, 2 doubles, R. Divine Ix2 triple, N. Rivera Ixl, R. Spain 2x2 double, B. Kaisi Ix2, R. Davies 2x2 double. Pirates: R. Gren Ix2, D. Gaylor 3x3, double, triple, D. Domenichelli Ix2, G. Mitchell Ix2. May 16, Dilley & Assoc. Angels 7, Cloverdale Fire Dept. Yankees I. Angels: Ix2 double, A. Beebe 2x2, M. Finck Ixl triple, G. Martin Ixl double. Yankees: R. Krueger Ixl, L. Delgado Is2, B. Ordiorne Ix2, R. London Ix2 double. May 17, Preston Lumber Expos 5, Redwood Smorgette Pirates 2. Expos: J. Spelbring Ix3 homerun, D. Pankey Ix2, R. Fletcher Ix2, R. Divine Ix2, B. Kaisi Ix2. Pirates: D. Gaylor Ix3, D. Standings Reds 7 0 Cards 4 2 Padres 2 3 1 Astros 2 4 1 Twins 0 6 0 End of first half. Winners Cloverdale Women's Softball In the first game of the night, Mama squeezed by Cloverdale Disposal 86. Leading hitters for Mama Nina's were Debbi Davis and Kathy Larue, each going 3 for 4, and Sherry Rose going 2 for 3. Winning pitcher was Ronda Sibert, with a little help from Carla Seymore in the 7th inning. Marie Stewart led the Cloverdale Disposal going 3 for 3. In the second game of the night, Morgan Wood lost its first game of the season, losing to Universal Paints 17- 5. Kathy Green was the winning pitcher, plus going 3 for 4, topping all hitters. Kathy Allen led the Morgan Wood team going 3 for 3. In the third game of the night Patty Bird, Jean Barnett and Sue Minjares were a little too much hitters for Century 21. Patty Bird and Jean Barnett both 3 for 3 and Sue Minjares 3 for 4 lead the Junior's Samples team to their third straight wirr defeating Century 21 - 13 to 6. Winning pitcher Jean Vipond while Faye Bill took the loss. Leading Hitters for Century 21 was Janet Hulbert going 2 for 3. , 4 League Standings Junior's Samples 3 0 Mama Nina's 2 1 Morgan Wood 2 1 Universal Paints 1 2 Century 21 1 2 Cloverdale Disposal 0 3 First games start at 5 p.m., second game 6:45 p.m., third game - 8:30 p.m. June 1 1st game - (home) Century 21; 2nd game - Jr. Samples; 3rd game Cloverdale Disposal June 1 - 1st game - (home; Century 21, (visitors) Universal Paints; 2nd game (home) Jr. Sample Domenichelli 3x3, 2 doubles, G. Mitchell Ix2. Standings Expos 5 2 Angels 4 3 Pirates 3 4 Yankees 2 5 End of first half - winners Preston Lumber Expos. Senior League May 12, MGM Brake Cubs II, Lion Club A's 9. Cubs: R. Estrada Ix3, Simpson Ix4, A. Estrada lxl, H. Tellez lx3, B. Danner 2x5, R. Tillman lx4, S. Humphrey Ix3. 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