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,/! Page 8 - Wednesday, 3une 18, 1980 orts Golf Notes By CECIL SMITH Seventy-six players competed for low net and other dubious honors last Tuesday evening at H&apos;burg golf course. Sports camps for kids to held at SSU "ROHNERT PARK - A host of athletic camps featuring instruction by well-known professional and collegiate players and coaches-will be held at Sonoma State University during the summer months. Beginning with the Offense- - Defense Instructional Football School from June 15 to 21, the camps will be open generally to youngsters from 8 to 18 or from the third grade to the eleventh grade. Some advanced camps will be held. All camps are sponsored by private, off-campus en- terprises. Pro football stars Tony The fact that many of the retired people and tb,', * .r; with nothing else to occupy their time, teed o,, arc . .ree o'clock or so, relieved the congestion and rues' ,. :..inished in time to brush our teeth, go to the bathroom ana t,,e care of sundry duties before sitting down to eat. And I mean eat ! The food seems to surpass the previous pot luck by far. How they do it is beyond me. I made my world famous potato salad and there was some left over, so it must not have been too good. I think I left out the sweet pickles! I don't follow a recipe, per say, it's just when I mix up enough stuff to fill my big yellow bowl, the salad is made. Well, sort of anyhow. I say world famous, that takes in a lot of territory, so let's say that in my kitchen, I think it is pretty good. so there. Want to know the scores made by the various couples? I though you did! Low net, Joan Bathrick-John Peterson 26%; Rena Phillips-Art Rosen 27; Ann Ketely-Stacy Belli 29) Candy Rogers-Bob Jones 30; Melba Rice-Cliff Peterson, Alice Ranft- Frank Sloan tied Doreen Venable-Ron McAdon 31, Kissie Belli-John Kately 31%; three tied at 32; Ev. Iverson-Burnett Bidwell, Rena Phillips-Ward Briggs and Verna Bidwell-Waldo Iverson. Helen Rosen-Major Phillips 32%: Alyce Bidwell- Duke Bidwel132 & 3-4; three couples tied at 33, Bea Sloan-Dick , lanft, Sally Davis-At Waltzen and Theresa Boucher and her ever lovin Frenchy Boucher. Margaret Frampton-Jimmy i Johnson 34; Lil Peterson-Raoul Pellegrini 34%; Mary Smith- i KrtLarson 34x/2 also Ann Woltzen-Glen Davis shot the same score; Maebelle Cooper-Joe Torvich and Edith Trupin-Jim  Halverson 35; Naomi Petersen-Phil Rice and Mary Larson- ! Cecil Smith 35 and 3-4; Ollie Bandiera-Larry Jacobs 36; Jerry Barbieri-Chas. Wight, Anita Mulgrew-Bill Mulgrew 37;-Ellie W4/gbt-Zip Barbieri, Muri Halverson-Frank Turpin 37'/2; Dona dle-Ray Mulgrew, Marliyn Johnson-Woody Frampton 38; Fritz Kennedy-Jim Clark 38, Sylvia Rewak-J. ingrain, Ann il Ingrain- Steve Rewak, Val Dreisbach-R. McAdon 39; K. Rogers-A. Christianson 41; Gloria Christianson-E. hogers 42; and last but surely not least, Inta Jaeobs-Rollo Bandiera 48! Low gross, Doreen Venable-Ron McAdon. High gross, Inta Jacobs and "Wine Connoisseur" Rollo Bandiera! : Next fun time, June 24th. See you all up the crick aways and dLxt time I will include the sweet pickles, if I have room in the 00wl! .... Dorsett, "Mean" Joe Greene, Mark Van Eeghen, Jerry Robinson, Jim Zorn and others will instruct par- ticipant's along with coaches from pro teams at the Of- lense-Defense school beginning June 15. Cost for the week is $230 for live-in and $130. for day campers. From July 13 to the 18, Steve Negoesco will conduct a soccer camp for boys and girls ages 7 to IS. Negoesco is the head coach at the University of San Francisco and winner of four NCAA championships. All levels of skills are welcome at the camp, and the camp will accomodate both live-in and day participants. Cost is $195 for live-in and $150 for day car$. At the ame time, from July 13 to 10, Frank La Porte, head coach of the professional women's basketball team, the San Francisco Pioneers, will bold a camp for girls ages 8 to 18. Cost for live-in is $215 and $175 for day campers. From July 20 to 25th, Billie Moore, coach of the women's basketball team at UCLA will hold an advanced .camp for girls ages 12 to 21 (advanced means a minimum of one year of varsity level play). UCLA won the AIAW 1978 championship. Cost for live- in $210 and $175 for day campers. For three consecutive weeks from July 6 through July 25, the Raiston-Pasarell Tennis Camp will be held. Participants can attend for one week or three and receive instruction from Dennis Ralston and Charles Pasarell, two of the top- ranked tennis players in the world during the 1970's. The camps are open to boys and girls from 9 to 18 years old. / / ,GymnastiCs Camp # be held at SSU , A gymnastics camp for  children and teenagers will ,*,:be held at Sonoma State , i University on June 16 through ;:,90;,* The Redwood Empire C,mnnasties Camp will be :,:ted by SSU gymnastics\\; Vch Mark Lundy, and will ihe three SSU gymnasts as ,:dditional staff members.  Boys aBd girls in grades 2 .:thugh 6 will take lessons  tr0m 9 a.m. to noon, and ,,: grades 7 and up will be in the :afternoon session, from 1-4 [ p.m. Girls will participate in >trampoline, floor exercise, i uaeven parellel bars, balance bm and dance events. |::Bys' events will be tram- poline, tumbling, parallel !bars, high bar, rings and side '. All classes will be held 7/;the main gym on the SSU [/Rohnert Park campus. Lundy has been head coach ' of the SSU men's and women's varsity gymnastic i teams for the past two years, i and has competed for UC- Berkely for four year. He finished National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) competition in 1974 and 1975 with All-American honors in the Still Rings event. Other staff member's are Sheila Gass, an all-around gymnast whose best event is the floor exercises, and who has taught YMCA programs; Farhad Hossienzahad, a teacher at the Redwood Empire Gymnastics Center in Petaluma, and a member of the SSU men's gymnastics team who specializes in vaulting; and Barbara Yaw, another top SSU gymnast, especially on the uneven parallel bars, who is developing a young team to compete against local Class III (beginner level), clubs. Young gymnastswill be divided into groups according to ability, and not age,, The Redwood Empire Gym- nastics- Camp is being sponsored by the health science and physical education department at Sonoma Saate. Additional information and registration forms can be obtained by phoning the SSU physical education depart- ment at 707-664-2357. Registration for the camp will be accepted up until the first day of class. Ponytail League Phillles manager Jerry Black married scorekeeper Lil Embry on pitchers mound just before a game " recently. Talk abot a love for the sport! Campbell Photo by Fred Ponytail League news By TONI BORGNA Well, we did it! Lil Embry and Jerry Black are now Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Black. The wedding went very well. After the wedding they went on to play a ballgame. There was a reception at Lil's daughter Sharon's bouse. The cake came from the Cloverdale Bakery and was decorated most ap- propriately by Faye Johnson who works there. It was a chocolate cake decorated as a baseball diamond with a bride and groom holding baseball bats at second base. Our carwash was also a great success. We made a lot of money and had a lot of fun [ The cars were not the only objects that got wet thanks to the kids and Red Richards, our umpire and the biggest kid of all! Nora Manion won the redwood burl clock that was donated by Sonoma Burl. It was raffled off between games Saturday night. Congratulations Nora! MINOR LEAGUE June 6 The Cloverdale Food Center Red Sex 9, Wheel Care Dodgers 6. For the Bed Sex, B. Estrada Ix2, C. Zumwalt lxl triple, M. Lopez 1xl double, D. Wilson lxl, H. Kruger 2x2, C. Reese Ix2. For the Dodgers: A. Ricord Ix2, C. Kemp Ix2 double, A. Sharp Ixl, L. Devine Ixl, J. Frederick Ixl bomerun, K. Brown lx3 hnmerun. June T The Wheel Care Dodgers 12, Marty's Texaco Angels 11. For the Dodgers: C. Fen- nessey 1x2, T. Ottolini lx3, J. Moneymaker 2x3, C. Kemp Ix2, A. Sharp 2x2, L. Woody 2x3 homerun, K. Brown 3x3, 1 double 2 bomeruns. For the Angels: S. Smith Ix1 bomerun, M. Richardsmt Ix3, K. Stuber Ixl, R. Ball 2x3, G. Colin Ix2, P. Jump Ix2, Ronlund Ix,2, S. Menky 2x3, K. Whitaker Ix2. Major League June Toni's Pizza Orioles 15, First National Bank Phillies 6. For the Orioles: G. Butler Ix2, A. Young Ix2, E. Demenichclli Ix3, D. Lovato Ix3, C. Richards 4x5, K. Thompson Ix3 triple, J. Henderson 3x5 triple. For the Phillies: T. Moneymaker Ix2, C. Yeazell 2x3, P. Hearn lx2 triple, B. Traglla 2x3, S. BrazeB 3, R. Nielsen 2x3 double. June 7 Cloverdale Coffee Shop Brewers 30, First National Bank Phillies 15. For the Brewers: T. Matbews 3x5, R. Botkin 4x6, S. Sehmidt 2x4, R. Marshall 2x3, N. Frederick lx2, S. Botl lx2. For the Phfllies: C. Kemp 2x4, R. Nielsen 132, B. Traglia Ix4 double, S. Bruell 2x4 triple, T. Moneymaker x4 triple, P. Hearn Zx, beth triples. [:Little League news ' Major League ' June 9, Rexall Drug Astros 10, tst National Bank Twins 7. Astros: D. Sibert 2x3 double, triple, Q. Smykla 2x5 double, J. Naiman Ix4 double, W. Spain 2x2 double, B. Rebattaro 2x5 2 doubles, J. :Graham 2x4 double, J. ': Ada-ms 2x4. Twins: S. Deifaico 2x4 double, C. Gray tx3, S. Christian Ix3. J 11, S&B Construction . Red#, Knights of Columbus ds3. Reds: M. Panzo Ix2 double, M. Lomley Ix2, L.  2x3, T. Stubberfield 2x3, le, M. Agnw Ix2. : T. Coon lx3 louble, A. Keyes Ix3, L. Turner Lx3. , June 12 W.L.D. Padres 21, Rexall Drug Aatres 13. B Caldwell Ix5 double, B. Eerris Ix2, T. Edens lx4 triple, M. Hutchins lx3, D. McCarty lx3 double. Astros: J. Cranford 1x2 triple, J. Malman 1x4 homerun, W. Spain 2x2, B. Rebattero 3x3 2 doubles, triple, J. Adams Ix3 out of the park homerun. SENIOR LEAGUE June 9, L.P. Dodgers 6, Turbo A's 2. Dodgers: Ttrimble Ix4, D. Wirt Ix2, M. Woody Ix2 double, D. Meeker Ix2, D. Lile Ix2 double. A's no hits. June II, Lien Club A's 13, MGM Brakes Cubs 7. A's: T. Trimble Ix2, R. Bluhm 2x4, T. Persons 2x4 double, S. Stuber ,2, S. Stewart Ix3, M. Stuber lx3. Cubs: A. Estrada lx3, A. Bartlett Ix2, R. Tillman lx3, Buckner Ix3. June 14, L.P. Dodgers 9, Rotary Club Mets 2. Dodgers: T. Rowland 2x2, D. Mecker 1x2, D. Wirt lx2, M. Woody 2x3, S. Michelon lxl. Mets: C. Delfino Ix3, Uselten Ix2, R. Ricetti Ix3. June 14 (no stats) MGM Brake Cubs 13, Turobs 7 Senior League Standings Dodgers 3 0 Cubs 2 1 A's 1 1 Turbo's t 2 Mets 0 3 / Minor League June 10, Fire Dept Yankees 4, Dilley & Assoc. Angels 2. Yankees: E. Delgudo Ix3, R. London Ix2, L. Delgado Ix3, B. Ordiorne Ix2. Angels: G. Buckner Ix2, A. Beebe IX2 homerun, D. Sharp Ix2. June 13, Preston Lumber Expos I, Redwood Smorgette Pirates0. Expos: R. Davies Ix2, J. Spelbring lx2, B. Kais IX2. Pirates: D. Qaylor 1x2 double. June 14, Dilley & Assoc. Angels 12, Fire Dept. Yankees 5. Angels: G. Martin 2x4, G. Buckner 3x3 homerun, A. Beebee 3x3 triple, M.Finck lx2 , T. Langevin Ix3. Yankees: L. Delgado Ix2, triple, K. Cline Ix2 homerun, T. Baum- bardner Ix2 triple. I I Joe DIMaggio League news Sunday, June 15, Preston Lumber Company's Joe DiMaggio Team met North Bay Merchants in a double header at Cloverdale City Park. Cloverdale went down in the first game by a score of 8-5. In the second game 4loverdale came back to tie the game in the fourth .irming 8-e. A three run homer by North Bay's Ed Spangler put North Bay ahead and they went ahead to win by a socre of 16-9. Hitters for Cloverdale in the f'umt game: Daly 2x3 (hnmerun), Lemley 2x3, Chappel 2x3 doubles, Jen Novak lxl, Glenn Johnson Ixl, Jerry Novak Ix1. In the second game: Daly 2x4 homerun and a double, Lemley 3x5 2 doubles, L Rowland 2x4,. Hunt Ixl, Graham Ix4, Vail Ix3, Garret 1x2, Beebe Ix2. Next Sunday, June 22, Cloverdale will meet Cardinal Newman in a double header at Clover- dale City Park. The first game will start at 10 a.m. II II I I Cost is $285 a week for live-in from 3top and $205 for day camps, at the grades 81 From July 6 tO the llth, the This is Phil Smith and Bob for the Gaillard's Basketball Camp regarded will be open to boys in grades 3 to II. Smith, with the Golden State Warriors, is a two-lime NVA All-Star player and Gaillard was the WCAC and winning coach at USF. Cost plus two is $240 for live-in and $165 for Cost is $2@ day camper. The Rick Berry California For Basketball Camp will hold on any two sessions at SSU from July All 27 to August I and from University August 3 to the 8th. At the call the first session boys in grades office Parking lot sale raise funds for A parking lot sale will kick The off the fund raising campaign Cloverdale of the newly formed Fire in Department Muster Team. fn-emen's The sale will be held June Funds 28 and 29 in the parking lot sale will behind the Fire Department trip to the with assorled yard sale type in San treasures offered by the Anyone muster team between 10 a.m. items to to 4 p.m. Cassie Cloverdale Women's In the first game of the the loss. second half Cloverdale led Uni' Disposal defeated Century 21 batting 2 13 to 9. Winning pitcher was Jeanie Rita Rieetti, losing pitcher and Jean was Janet Hulbert. Rita 3 for Jr. Ricetti also lead her team Morgan going 3 for 4 at the plate. Mama Nin Charlene Criden and Kassie final Wall both went 3 for 4 for Leading Century 21. Wood was Universal Painting upset for 3. Jr. Samples 6 to 5. Kathy Ronda Green was the winning pit- Debbi cher while Jean Upton took Mama ":::.<-:-::::':'.::.'. :-:.<:':.:':'..;::: :': ............ Bowling Mon. Mixed Fours Willie Ricarol No. 2 13 3 Barber Ricaro| No. 1 9 7 225-584. River Rats 0 7 Garrett Logging 8 8 B.S. & Co. 7 9 The Kriks I 14 Thur. Rob Wakeman 212- Damon. 602,Mary Kirk 192-479, Connie Kirk 174-475. Groom, Snellg Whi & Beebe Stuber, smi Jo Tues. Adult Jr. Trio Wirts & Keyes 16 4 Schieffer, Wan Matre & Sumpter I0 I0 All Ball, Natenstedt & cic Hieter I0 I0 Carolee Goodman, Wilson&Vail9 II Thelma TheConrads 9 II Kathy Chase & Naimans 6 14 Sara Zaclr Vail 227-627; Jim Wirt 246-594; Don Chase 194-501. Wed Scratch Four Pizza Queen t5 4/z Randy's The FoUr Cle Roc By LOU THOMPSON A are Jane and I have been busy available. cleaning, moving furniture, rides planning arts and craft range in projects, registering children, finalizing the If you program, shopping, and please running back and forth to Office City Hall. p.m.. Finally the summer up program is underway. The 3 but you to5's, 6 to 8'sand 9 to 12's as you have each met once. We've morning. enjoyed Open-Recreation Day on Monday afternoon Oakland with equipment checkout and 'use of the ping pong table and table games. We have had our first barbecue at noon. you'll This Friday's field trip will be to the Knowland Park Zoo in Oakland. We will leave last from the Cloverdale High Friday School Parking Lot at 8:30 program ' and return there at 4:30. The Willits to cost per child t2 years or Train. younger will be $3.25 and per adult $3.50. This will include back your transportation and cost admission. Pardini's Body Shop 13 7 Wallys Pick's Drive-ln 12 8 Boise-Cascade It 9 Garret Logging 10 10 Damerow & McTeer8/ 11% United Vintners 7 13 Cliff Clvd. Auto Parts 3 17 Dave Parsley 246-666; Vaugha