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Page 6 - Wednesday, May 28, 1980 I II II III 00ports Reordl fall as girls run By ANN VICTORIA BOONE Golf Notes By CECIL SMITll In the Silviera Tourney the results are as follows: In the 40 years and under group, Is, place and $35 went to Marly Hamburg: 2nd place and $25, Chris Moranda; 3rd spot, R. Lehrman picked up $15. Hamburg shot 120, Moranda, 127, and Lehrman 1,30. The age 41 to 60 years people had these win- hers: Dick Moranda and Jim Vadon tied at 128 and in the playoff, Moranda won and collected $35, While Vadon took home $25; Tom Montoya, Bob McCullough and Ed Rutherford all lied for the third spot with 129 and each player was awarded $10. Among the old boys sixly one and over, Bud DeVoio took lop honors with 126 and $35; Harry Petri and Jim )ok tied at 132 and $20 apiece. Closest to the hole was won by Moranda with a shot 18 inches from dropping in! Low gross was shot by Ken Hornlein 1st at 224 and Bob Cousins was 2nd al 237. All these awards were made'last Tuesday evening at the monlhly dinner meeting of the Men's Club. This meal., as per custom, was put on by the local school teacher! (?y They specialize m sleak dinners. This is always a big night and everybody shows up for the steak layout. The cooks in order lo have a hol meal, eat first before serving the peons. Some of I he so called leachers eating at this firsl, table were the oddest looking specinens to be called teachers I ever saw in all my born days ! Politics makes strange bed fellows, as the old saying goes! All in all, we all got fed and the steaks were out of this world. The lop hondo of the commillee was Ed Maiteoli, who makes alol uf noise and the meal waas barbecued by that old master. Zip Barbieri ! Excellant job, Zip, you old school teacher you ! Alol was said about some Junior Golf but the story was relega*ed by Ray Mulgrew for the paper, so I shall not steal his thunder here. Complaints were made about golf carts being driven too close to the greens and a series of arrows will be installed for ihose who can read or even see! The Women's 54. Hile Tourney, which will end today t22nd) have lhe following leaders: Joan Balhrick, 115; Jacquie McCullough 125; Kissie Bell{ and Dot Mounts tied at 130; Beulah MeCaffery, 132; Candy Rogers, 134; Adamae Rege and Marge Lampson lied al 135. Nine holers are Sjolund 74. lverson and Bidwell lied al 75. See you al! up Ihe crick aways and a thoughl comes to mind thai when we owned a ranch in the area. we had a few head of sheep Io help pay the laxes. Our sheep were among lhe very few in Ihe valley to produce virgin wool! Now, wouldn't that take the rag of'en the bush! School records in nine of the thirteen events competed in girls' track have been tied or broken by members of the Cloverdale High School Girls Track Team this season. Working with the largest team since CHS introduced girls' track four years ago, the fifteen Eagles' runners consistently turned in good performances at all pro- league meets. The fine ability of the Eagles team was proved at the North Central League South meet held at Calistoga on Wed- nesday, May 14, 1980. At that meet the CHS team captured the League title. St. Vin- cent's took second, St. Helena placed third Calistoga placed fourth and Geyserville came in fifth. The Eagles took first in eight of the thirteen girls events, and had many fine individual performances, to give Cloverdale an edge in its victory. The 440 relay team of Stacey Greppi, Dareey Jackson, Sandy McMillan Men's Softball In a game full of fluke plays and sporadic errors, the Dante Hotel defeated the Encore last night in fast pitch softball by a score of 15-10. With the exception of one inning, in which the Dante sent ten men across e plate, the game was generally well played. The top hitters for the Dante were Hamner, 2 for 3, Gifford and Hawthorne 2 for 4. The top hitters for the Encore were Dailey-3 for 3, and three players; Cerini, Persons, and Man{on went 2 for 3. In the second game, which was shortened due to a 10 run rule, the Grapevine topped Geyser Peak Winery by a lopsided 11-1. Top hitters for the Grapevine were Pier{, Shemitz and Wirtz, each going 1 for 1. Kemp and R. Davis went I for 2. Top hit- ters for the Geyser Peak were S. Johnson, G. Johnson, and Pigoni, each going 1 for 2. Members of the 1980 CHS girls' track team. Top row, left to right: Annette Lopez, Laura Wilson. Middle row: Dareey Jackson. Ktm Wood, susan ('ontrad, Staeey Caidweli, Dana Bergman, Truda Hicks. Sandy McMlilan. Bottom row: Shannon Weber. Debby Padgett and Barbara Pang. Photo by Dan Peilegrini. Cloverdale Tennis Club to celebrate National Tennis Week Cloverdale Tennis Club President, Emily Cottreel, is pleased to announce that the club will observe National Tennis Week. June 21-29 by hosting two open tour- naments. On June 21 & 22 an open .singles tournament for men and women will be held. On June 28 & 29, a mixed doubles event will take place. The eniry fee for club members is $2 per event and $3 per event for non: members. Prizes will be awarded to first and second places in eacl event. During National Tennis Week, clubs, resorts and public park systems offer National Tennis Week Tournaments and hold qualifying rounds for the Lipton Iced Tea Mixed Doubles Championship. a progressive, national corn- pet{lion for amateurs. Support of National Tennis Week has been given by the USPTA, NTA, USTA and TFNA. It is also endorsed by the PresidenI"s Council on .Physical Fitness and Sports. For nmre informal{on and Io reserve your shfl, Mrs. Coltrell can be rea -' t 894-3706. :17 :i The above pictured are the sixth, seventh and eithth grade track team from Cindy Kemp, David Upton, Robyn Bullard. Sue Washington School. These young people attended a meet at Saint Mary's in Jacob Zipperlan. Mike O'Brien. Last row left to Ukiah on May 6 and won the second place trophy in the five-way meet. Front O'Brien, Shelley Kern. JoAnn Robinson, Lynda Rilei row left to right: Laura Danner. Louie Turner, Scott Williams, Billy Caldwell, Bergman. Kathleen Vogt. Julie Linn, Tom Trimble, JmY  Danny Kumec. Lisa Ramage. Bobby Farris, Mike Thierman, Elennis Goebel Millan. Dan Day. Tim O'Hara. Ryan Osmoo, Ke and Wendy Thompson. 2nd row left to right: Michelle Whipple, Gina Girerd, Paulson. and Barbara Pang won their event with a time of 4:29.0. Amlette lpez won the 100 yard dash with a time of 11.5, tying the school record, and took anothei first in the 200 yard dash with a time of 27.3. Shannon Weber won the ii high jump with a leap of 4'7" and the hurdles in a time of 17.9. Dana Bergman took second behind Shannon in both events. Sandy McMillan took first in the 400 yard dash with a time of 61.8, breaking the school record, and won i Annette Lopes. shown winning the 440 relay, with a school record time of 52.0, at qualifying meet at Kelseyville on May 17. Photo by Michael Pang. AL RIZZO HAS THE EXPERIENCE IT TAKES TO BE A JUDGE... criminal law Former Sonoma County Deputy District Attorney Eleven year criminal defense experience Successful jury prosecution or defense of virtually all crimes from death penalty to misdemeanor Veteran San Francisco Policeman Hundreds of felony and misdemeanor arrests resulting in conviction = Experienced in all facets of the Criminal Justice System civil law Admitted to the U.S. Supreme Court Over three thousand cases in private practice Changed California Tort Law in Evans v. Thomason (72 CA3 978) Civil jury trial expertise both plaintiff and defendant Judge pro tern Sonoma County Small Claims Court Day-to-day on the job exposure to contracts acidents, evictions, real and personal property law etc. / the shot put with a toss of 37'11". Darcey Jackson took third in the 880 with a time of 2:40.8 and Stacey Caldwell took fifth in the mile with a time of 5: 57.0. Cloverdale faired well in the long jump with Bar- bara Pang taking third, 14'0", Susan Contrad fourth and Laura Wilson fifth. Nine members of the team then qualified (by being one of the first four finishers in an event) to go on to further competition at the North Coast 1 A Sub-Section Qualifying Meet held at Kelseyville on May 17, 1980. Performances at that meet continued to be excellent, and all nine girls now advance to the North Coast 1 A Cham- pionships held at Laney Jr. long College in Oakland on in the Saturday, May 24, 1980. At McMill lhe Kelseyville qualifying Relay meet, Cloverdale took five corn firsts, in both the mile and 440 relay, relay, the 100 and 220 yard dash and the high jump. New Millan school records were set that mile "day in the 440 relay, which DareeY was run by Caldwell, Lopez, McMillan and Wilson in 52.0; by Laura Wilson who lept 14'10" in the long jump: and a record in high jump was tied by Dana Bergman who jumped 4'11". Competing in Oakland on the 241h will be: Annette Lopez in the 100 and 220 yard dash: Dana Bergman and Shannon Weber in the high jump; Laura Wilson in the event ml will Coast be held May top event on to the June 6 BerkeleY" Good You're Bria g has proven his to CI AS A SUPERVISOR WORKED FOR: 1.Completion of Warr 2. Our New CI 3. A United Front of Counties for the 4. Sending our Band We're backing Brian Kahn Congress and hope you Ben and Gwen PO for 13y the cornmtfee O elect Bran Kthl VISA If you want to cut the cost of cr VISA card, try ou___r VISA card, our'way. 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